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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 14, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00859
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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;' :WAR SAVINGS DAY WILL '\ CALLS' COUNTY ORGANIZATION FORTHE '

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,BE FRIDAY JUNE THE 28TH f fThe ALL LOYAL CITIZENS OF AMERICA TO OBSERVE JUNE, 28, : WAR SAVINGS DRIVE "


-- \ 1'18, AS. NATIONAL' WAR SAVINGS,DAY .

National War Savings Com-' clutches of''the monster that is befouling The Thrift Stamp council called by those present at the council Mr v ?
mittee, which la carrying;on through all it touches? Could, we refuse GOVERNORS AND MAYORS MAKE SIMILAR PROCLAMATIONS County Chairman D. G. Wagner of Wagner made the following appoint...
h Its.State and local committees, a Nationwide so simple a thing and at the meats of school district chairmen!
campaign to get all the people same time ask other men to give MEETINGS WILL BE HELD IN EVERY COMMUNITY' SECURE the War Saving Stamp movementt who will direct the work of organls*
on or before June 28 to pledge their lives that our own precious lives the court house Friday afternoon ing the,societies in' the districts
2 themselves to save to the utmost ofF be spared and our firesides be kept SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR, WAR SAVINGS STAMPS was attended 'not only by represent District Chairmen< .
4. their ability and,to buy War Savings safe from the terrors of the Hun? the tative citizens of 'Kissimmee but. by 'Kissimmee, Dr.' Wlt erspooa. r
Pursuant the proclamation of President of the United States
Stamps with their saving, has given -"Our duty is clear, our privilege isgreat to. a number' from the outlying districts St., Cloud. KeY Bowen. \,.
outthe following statement:' our sacrifice Is little our work and the Governor of this State I. War Savings Director for' Florida, who, put; aside other'duties to assist Narcoossee, H. H. Hill.
'Those of us who remain At. home is important. acting under the authority of the'United States Treasury Department in laying* the plans for an energetic Kissimmee' Park ,H. H. Hamilton
while other. do the fighting have an "National War Savings Day is to have called all tax-payers and wage-earners to meet on Friday. June campangn ,which t Osceola Deer Park,' Kempfer.Kenansville .
f' ever-increasing1 number of opportunIties be the great rallying day of which 28th to give' their subscriptions for War Savings Stamps. ,In rural county ov Jo.- the top why' this, war'measure Mr. Roe. '
to do definitely and Im- in is expected I and make the Ashton E. Farmer
.highly everyone our country up county's W, ; i
portant :work for our country. We to pledge, himself or herself to save communities and the smaller, towns. and cities, meetings will be heldin quota, with the June drive. .Among Lokosee. G.'C. Miller. 4 ' i
wish to do this work as an expression and economize. This savin" and the school houses at 2 p. m. these>were>' Rev H.-H.' Bowen'of St. Bassville,'W. H., Mann. j 1
of the grattitude, we feel in being economizing: will first.of all leave in The school officers will conduct ,the meeting j in; each, schoolhouse ,! Cloud R. Hamilton of Kissimmee Peghorn, II.W. Rummell. i; t
privileged to continue at usual the markets greater supply of labor keeping a'record of the proceedings: and reporting the names Park J. 8. JIauser and family J. C. Alligator Lake, Jack Simmons. i
tasks to enjoy the loving1 companion- and materials for use of the Gov Tyson and family of Narcoossee, and Union Center, Ira Wetherby. '\
of all and the of War''' tub- .
t .fthip of our families, to meet freely eminent with which to fight the war. persons present amount Savings Stamps J.-M. Bryant of Campbell Station.As East Lake, I.' H.' Weatherby. ,
with our friends and neighbors, to 'And then the money savings of the scribed for by them. The names of absent persons, and of those who was fitting on such an occasionthe Center Park, L, E. PartiD.. n
enjoy all the security of life and most individuals are to be invested in. War I,, refuse or neglect to subscribe, with their reasons for so doing will meeting was opened And closed Canoe Creek w..it- Nettles. il
: Cf the pleasures and economic privileges Savings Stamps t also be reported. with prayers'offered by Rev, II. II. Clark.,W. llf.. Clark. i
-of peace times while other men "What the Government -asksf us to War Savings Stamps (which United States Government Bonds Bowen and Dr. J. D. Sibert. Raulerson, D. P. Rauleruoo, ;G
who have had to put aside all these dole to: pledge ourselves to buy'' at are Prof. R.. M. Evans was appointed Campbell! J. M. Bryant.
things are fighting our battles for -definite periods with our savings a the same as Liberty Bonds) can be paid for during any-month in' the secretary pro tern and made a recordof Shln :Croek, Geo. Bronopn.'
,us on the sacred soil of France. and specific,, amount of War Savings year-1918. but it is intended that subscriptions will be signed for them the proceedings of the session. Hancock. G. Hancock.:
and on the, high seas. Stamps. The thing to be accomplishedis on-June '28. Ex-Senator C. A. Carson made a ,Mr- Wagner said what 'the' county'
"Our new opportunity, to serve to get subscriptions whirls ,will The price of each War Savings Stamp depends the month comprehensive talk reviewing the I Heeded most at this tim was an executive \
comes as result, of designating June take care during the. balance of the / upon previous action in the War Savings committee but the idea failed
t 28 as a National War Savings Day; a present year of the unsold portion of during which it is bought. During June each stamp' will cost $4.17. Stamp campaign and stating; that the I to crystallae and the membership ;
day on width all men and women and the $2,000,000,000 ef War Savings In'July each stamp will cost $4.16and so on, one cent more each time had arrived for a united effort I be appointed later., ,
sill children of sufficient years to appreciate Stamps authorized by the Congressto month during 1918. On January 1, :1923. the Government ,of the on,the part of:the people in giving A, publicity committee was), named]
{o the dais significance are be sold during 1918. United States will redeem'all War Savings Stamps at $5.00 each no thiswar\\ emergency the importanceit including, W. B. Harris, Mrs. E. E.
called upon to pledge themselves to "When' one stops to think of the matter during which month in 1918 they bought. They cost deserves.. lie closed bv say ing I Wells, of Kissimmee., and C.. F. John.. ,'n
ave to the utmost of their ability I matter it Is really' small thing to were "What we now wish to do Is to effect son and 8. Triplett, ; of St. Cloud "
and to conserve all possible labor and raise $2,000.000,000 in a country of less during the early months in 1910 than during the later months the best organization to.sell the most iD. G. Wagner, C. E. Yowell and
'" materials for the \Government to buy .War Savings Stamps with : everyone would do his share, it wouldbe Government for a longer time than if he'should buy later.; Mr. Wagner spoke'of the task befor committee to have charge of final arrangement
k their saving's. Our part is to dot ; necessary for every person to subscribe By 'of illustration, note the following tablet the -eoole and said the directing *+ fer the district gr-ther*,
everything: possible to make this day to only $20 worth of stamps. way: of the work was no ,"one man's Job" ings to observe War, Savings Da.,'.
'!. atand out among: the great days of "The duty of us at home is to see COST OF WAR SAVINGS STAMPS but that the moment was at hand and likely others' will be drafted to,
'( this period of the war. to "f.'{. "Could any one of us be'a.ked toP scribed. We must work to that end. ,DURING JUNE; JULY: AND AUGUST, 1918 every individual was necessary )if tae Chairman ,Wagner asked for, volunteers
'1 4)0 less than this? Could any dine of We must add'to' "our already great Cost in Cost in Cost in And are worth desired result was to be obtained.He front among t.he'1>8J'lOnnel'of
. us refuse to do so little a thing: to win army of war savers.' We must make June August Jan. 1.1923 outlined his plans for the official ." the Patriotie*League to assist in addressing -'
.. a war for the world's freedom? Could more sacrifices ourselves andurge/ July on War Savings Stamp drive. These advertising matter, ate. and
a :' any one of us put aside this plea for sacrifices upon others. National War 1 I., Stamp !_____. '*$4.17 $4.18 $4.19 $5.00 included the organization of War their supervisor. Miss Inez Carson'
"" ., saving while all Europe is crying' out Savings Day must be made the great 20 Stamps_____ 83.40 83.60 83.80 100.00 Savings societies in every school dl. assured him of the assistance! he de

t\ in_its_.agony_ _to_be_released_from the success all of us hope for." 50 Stamps: _____ 20830 20*.00 209.50 250.00 trict general In celebration thetounty,would"On June be 28 held a sired., the, Th.Scout Boy MasterMilton Scouts were available Pled.'
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100 Stamps.'___ 417.00 414.00 419.00 500.00 with settlement picnics, when speakers car said ... welt as the Girl Scoots ,, '
200 Stamps_____. 834.00 836.00 838.00 1,000.00 would address these gatherings under' Mrs. Pledger. Rev. Bowen of
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i DIS explaining: and emphasizing: the St. Cloud offered the services of aim '
The law provides that no person can hold in his own name War movement With the suggestions of organizations of St. Cloud. _

OINAT-0DRIVE Savings Stamps exceeding $1..000. maturity value War Savings. .,.r.' _,_ .

.::stamps however, may be purchased tor other.members of H

HOUSE including minor children. ,. LESLEY ELECTED4CAPTAIN''or'KISSIMMEE '

,/ :"The money invested in War Savings Stamps is not"a

donation but is a loan to, the Governnient. ,It will be paid the.t.maIY'1

." -. 4%- compounded interest. If, becausi't f vome serious" i ::

f' T. W.' Lawton'county: sujJerirltendtnt -- quota is subscribed up to date, en4 verses. or calamity should be necessary get your : HOME GUARDSThat

Y of Seminole, county, doing: Mississippi is the only state in the January I, 1923, you'may do so by giving .ten days notice to any : ,
South with 60 cent subscrib .
special work as state organizer fort ed. This he even believed per was due to two Money Order postmaster in which case you' can 'get what you paid ,-

drive arrived in Klsslmmee on causes: first, the sum alloted to the for the Stamps with interest to date of payment., ,The Stamps are --
. .. Thursday to devote three days of his county was larger than either of the free from all:State and local taxes; when registered at the poitoffice the people here are in dead tect to the be.t of his ability.. y
service in arranging for the War Loans other earnest about organization of a Lieutenant W. J.>Steed is a *'
Liberty or any war they are insured against Joss; they are backed by all the property in. proD
w Savings Stamp drive culminating on, measure. Second, because the planof body of'home guards is certain from nent attorney hen and bas seen rep\>
the United States fall in value below the
June 28 When it is proposed to the government had not been followed ; they cannot price you pay; the attendance at the meeting at the cent military service with Company
'f.,, the full quota for the county. County out as was the case of the other they are as convenient and as well paying an investment as has. ever city hall Friday -night called for B, when he was lieutenant of that
.. Chairman. D. G. Wagner called -* drives which has in every instance been offered' by our Government < that purpose. About fifty of the representative body..
Tn eting at,the court house Thursday resulted in such a glorious victory. .-- A definite quota of Wr Savings Stamps has been assigned: each men of the communitywere Second Ueut. Howard Kate 1 is a. rising r,
: afternoon of,the district committeemen An impression has arisen ,Mr. Lawton school district and community, which will be'. announced at each present and- practically every young business man who enjoy*
the local committee chairmen said, that the War Savings Stamp man placed his name on the" eom- the respect/and esteem of all who
and others to listen to Mr. Lawton'. call was to children women and small meeting on June 28th. The Government of the United States expects pan,'. roll when he was called. know him. He was caotain of,Company

,"message. : .. Is all the citizens of every school 1 district and county to subscribe: While there was absence of' definite B from the time of its organization . '
Mr. Lawton' address was 'wonder mast be rectified by cooperationhtill for its quota and to, pledge: themselves to save and economize to help' knowledge of the, requirementsof till it was musterejd .into,
fully eloquent though practical with every man, woman and child has wjn the war. . county guards it was the concen federal service .when he was forcedto
all and brought< before his hearers the its quota of $20 to be paid the sus of opinion of the meeting that return to civil life on account of,
be that the in
of this pledged It i is to hoped aub.cnptions.taken at meetings
magnitude great war measure. '' 1, 1919. He cajlod at- other town. of this size had organis ,physical conditions brought about;by.Ian >
He made a very happy beginning by tention to the fact that it'would be your country wilt-show you and your neighbors to be loyal Americansto ed these guards and that Kissimmee illness during border.duty.,
praising Osceola county for the report impossible for every individual to whom our Government, in this hour of need does not'call in .vain: should be able to abide by the rules I Second Lieut. Prentis Is in Undo
it had submitted through its raise that amount. To meet this deficit J. F. GRIGGS., whatever they might be. I I Sam's service as mall carrier. He
; chairman Mr. Wagner Baying that it would be necessary for a number Florida War Saving Director appointed and Acting'' under the The election of officers of theguard joined the Kissimmee company at its j
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with other counties it
compared was
subscribe LA organization but when it was called
more liberally, resulted'in naming E. Le.-
possibly
"very good" though he remarked that to the limit, and join the $1000 authority of the Secretary' the United States Treasury: ; ley, captain; W. J.. Steed. first lieutenant away for federal duty he returnedto
without some speeding up of the pro- club. ;Howard Kate, second li.uten- his civil appointment. His experience 1
gram it would require seven years to More Societies Needed.Mr. PROCLAMATION BY THE MAYOR ant; CecilPrentis, second lieutenant; in camp and on the Mexican: --*
reads the quota. Lawton emphasized the im- and Dr:,'W. B. Witherspoon. chaplain, der will be of. value .to ,the county r
is state in the .
t There only one home guards. '
Wilson in issued from the rating second lieutenant.
President
WHEREAS a-proclamation as
Union, Nebraska, he said, whore the (Contianed oa Page W !I I Dr.. W. B. Witherspoon pastor of
Capt. Lesley, one of the leadingcattlemen .
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White House recently; called on all American citizens to rally to the financiers the First Presbyterian church here,
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T assistance of those who are conducting the War Savings' campaign in is eminently fitted for the poss']I who was made chaplain of the company

l the various states; and tion of commanding officer of this is known throughout the length *" '
CAPT. FRANK WHEREAS the President asks Americans to pledge the amount company of home guards, both from and breadth of the county as a patriot

of War Savings St.mpathey will, absorb during the,remainder of the point of education and from experience. has whose proved support tho can wheel be relied hone upon.'' of the He
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He is a graduate from the
I P 1\\ ISONECAMp year, in the following language:" Bingham Military School at ,Asheville drives felt many of the war measure

: ; ./This war is one of nations-not of armies and all of our one N. C., and for some time was and is looked up to not; only with rev.
IN GERMAN hundred million'people must be economically and industrially adjusted captain of a company of state guards' erence for his, position but, with admiration .

to war conditions if this nation to play its.full part in the conflict, at Tampa, then his home. for the strong stand hetakes '
... I ,Capt. Lesley was called upon'for a for principles.The .
f The problem before us is not primarily a financial problem but'r.the speech when his selection Osceola county'' home guards' ;
was annonnoed
Captain Frank Vans Agnew M. where his wounds were treated, spending a problem of increased production or war'essentials 'and "the saving and responded by saying are more than fortunate in. having X91
G. C., who was captured on last No-] Christmas there. Later he was re of the materials and the labor necellaryfor'the support"and,equip.;I that, he appreciated ,.the honor conferred these men for their officers. :-
;' vember 23rd at Cambral and is now moved to Karlsruhe. and, is now atlIeidelberg. ment of our Army and Navy., Thoughtless expenditure of money.for upon him and that though, he application to be taken will be'.
'a prisoner' Heidelberg Germany Jn postcard from that an the county eo nmis-
was rustyon military tactics, he
: of the
non-essentials the labor of the farm.
products
appears (from HIS comirtunications place, dated March 25th he writes: uses up. men. would brush up on the subject and sioners for an order to. incorporate.,
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to be well. He mines and factories and overburdens transportation of which ,
getting along fairly 'The German papers are very pleased would serve his company and the
writes of his capture: with heir great offensive, but we, must b* used to the utmost and at their best for war purposes. community. it was designed to pro- (Continued On Page Eight' )
\ ."We were told to go into enemy who have recently been captured are "The great results which we seek can be obtained only by the\ ... it '
ground behind their lines and take acertain not In the least worried about it, and
the'nation. and in
'of member of old
a
participation every young :
strong place and to. hold it feel quite confident we. can .hold own
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} till our, infantry came and relieved own.'. national concerted thrift movement. I therefore urge that our people
,,, us. So we went, and I was leadingthe lIt appears that at Heidelberg he is everywhere pledge themselves suggested by the- Secretary the TICK ERADICATION MEETING '

line and took the place and pro ,quite comfortable sharing a hut with Treasury. to the practice of thrift; to serve the,Government to'theirutmost ,,
ceeded to hold on. It was a never- two other officers.. He receives parcels ia increasing production in all fields: to the winning ,
ending fight it 'eemed.-nd after several containing food,' clothing and tobacco necessary :
f+. hour of it aQ my machine,'funs from England once a week, of the war: to'conserve food and fuel, and useful materials of every' AT COURT HOUSE .JUNE22
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.' were .knocked out and none of my big I and also other parcels'at certain Intervals kind; to devote their labor only to the most necessary tasks; and to I
;, guns and ewer five wounded. inside from the American Red Cross buy only those ;things which are essential to.individual health and .

out of Headquarters at, Geneva, Switzer efficiency, and that'the people as evidence of'their loyalty incest ,

.' 'numbers"Then to came spot enemy us for their, airplanes own artillery in. land. He began after.to his learn capture German and immediately Is all that they can save in Liberty Bonds and,War Savings Stamps .,The, :owners of cattle in tie owners a meeting for all 'livestock >', ;1".:

J and later came the shells. Wow taking up French and Spanish* ''I 1 earnestly appeal to every man, woman and child to, pledge county' 'are on' ',the .outside, looking owners has been called for 8'I .

My affair had three direct. hits from As far as can be judged from his themselves on or, before June 28th to''save, constantly and, to buy' in, when it comes to' free movement p. m. on June'2in the court federal tone.
shells and was almost'* Jtroyed and letters he has been treated kindly by of the Government and do this fares Kissimmee to meet state and ,
regularly the securities ; to as oft .tock' Into Oranl'e'county; as a government'Offlek Is and make plan ,
r \if
I we ought by rights to have been '
killed. What was left / / then had (Continued. on, Page, Eight.!: ) possible through membership in War Savings Societies. The 28th quarantine has been placed againstthe for handling ,this situation to''th*
; to get out into the ope-/and( while w.*... of June' ends this special period of enlistment in the great volunteer movement 'of any tattle from best advantage of all parties .con' ,
the men lay under cover for a few ..0..0.. ......... army of production and saving. here at home.. May there be. none un- tkk infested territory into that cerned. ..i
minutes I looked ,for a place for us enlisted that day." eo Dty. Among the speaker who will tab.part .
all to run to for safer.cover, and it ATTENTION I on The,cattle owner 'over in Brevard in the,meeting ant Dr., E.:'".
vested
and of the '
> THEREFORE under virtue '
by .
.. wag then that I was hit three more NOW. power county, on 'our east,. also want to NJghbert, inspector in eharg* .4
times boa machine gun bullets, and :' HOME GUARDS, ? in roe',as Mayorof the City of Kissimmee City: Florida and -jn start tick eradication work and have tick eradication work in Florida( } R. ,

a.," got it in the elbow. O A meeting will .. held at the 4 'suance of the request of the President of these United Statei, L Jon caused the county commissioners .to w.- Storrs, member of'the State Lhrs. '
"We got to covet. somehow ands I 4 City Hall tonight at 8 o'clock to :!. CadeL do hereby announce proclaim and declare June 28th. 1918to' ,- call, 'a,' special election to give Stock Sanitary Board;'and Dr. W. ft
waited In 'Hiding ftgffar infantry. ., Complete the organization of O be war'Savings Stamp Day; and;earnestly request ''evel'7 man, them an opportunity_ to :vote for Blackmailpresidentof th*' Florid- --
of it is stock"-association. ; _
eamPVn and compulsory dipping: cattle so state live ,
But they never day, we
0 the who
Home
Gtard
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a t were of course. captured.. .Our treatment ' .,have slgaUUd their lottatlea'ci .1 'woman'and child.in Kissimmee pledge themselves save constantly .. very probable that In' a, few. week Osceola'"county, i* .wider federal
and as regularly possible the War-Saving Stamps'referred stock owner will..baT to. keep and the only -way.to get
.a* prisoners ,has been always 4. becoming member of this era.'* buy our quarantine, :
r ,MT kind but conditions) have been TerriW .' gaaUatloo.. and other 'who desire .:.' .to the .the proclamation President.Woodrow';Wilson.' their range cattle from, m grsjtirt2 out is to eradicate the'cattle fever
.wounded into Brevard county,.unless,they ere tick, so-the, quicker that \wot* I is
,;owing, toamany to jolt are egged .. attendUiiSyRteetiBg .1. .JOHN.S. CADEt "
dipped regularly under supervision done.''the'.Iua'expcnu.ourowners : e-1
and ouri. . ._ City Florida. ,
Mayor
t: 'Capt/ Vans Agnew was' taken to a, ;. ," ofrKissimmee of an official.'At .' ,' and county-at,.large will--

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BY OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT Mrs. Selena Tanner Attteaa Ohio, ,
writes: >"I cannot find words to express NearlyStarved
I am: sincere I My' medicine does nail upset liver my thanks for your kind ad.
The children's exercises were held sylvsnia avenue and Eleventh streetis vice. I never once thought I bad catarrh .
land bowela'po you lose a,day's world in the M. E. church last Sunday In bloom and is attracting:' a lot ofttentlon. of the stomach. I commenced
I morning where the following excellent taking Persia as you directed. M7
hr program was earled out Processional Mrs William Phipps Is In receipt stomach continued to hurt me for
J.. . .. Jo and ooeniivg song "Amer. of a letter from her son,) Fred,. whois about two weeks after I began the

1 Calomel loses you a day I You druggist sells for a few cents a large ica, the Beautifuli| followed by pray. on the U. S. S. Connecticut, say medicine and then It stopped. I now PER UNA a
er by Rev. Bowen. ing he is fine and .had seen James! have a good appetite while before
know what' calomel is. Its mere bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone which
be Watch- Booth who fine. and starved. .
"Forward, Our was looking I was nearly
Song
bury; quicksilver. Calomel is dan i is entirely vegetable and pleasant to W onl. wants to make, a trip to'St. Cloud Those who-object to liquid medicines Made Me Well

perous. It crashes into sour bile take and is a perfect substitute for Responsive reading by the school, ,, before long. can procure' Peruna Tablets: w
; "' like dynamite, cramping 'and sick: calomel. It is guaranteed to startyou'r then came the six gradurtee from the The Elsie McElroy auxiliary 0)
toning Calomel attacks the liver without stirring up primary department, who did well 'met on Monday afternoon with a "
bones and you.should be into inside and not salivate you' and were presented with'diploma by goodly number in attendance and OFFICIAL PRIMARY RETURNS
never put can the superintendent mustered in one' new recruit, 'Mre.'I .
j-onr system. Don't take calomel! It makes you: Song1.' "Columbia, the Gem of the Grace Llppincott. met last Saturday, canVassed "i"i"The i
; When you feel bilious, sluggish, sick the next day ; it loses you a day's Ocean. 'I Mr' .and Mrs. S. W. Weatherstonleft canvassing board, for Osceola and county declared the follownig result:
the the
of
primary '
f constipated and. all knocked out and work. Dodson's Liver Tone straight Exercises- by the Junior depart i on Saturday last to visit at their returns ._ f

believe you need a dose of dangerous. ens.you right up and you feel great. ment. old home in Minnesota.Mr. PRECINCTS -
Song, "The Son of God Goes'Forth and Mrs. Bert Gessford arrived -
;: Calomel just remember that your Give it to the children as well to War." I home on Monday after a few s p 0 CII.:..:. \'\I.t;'
""""'Doing our' Bit," by the Camp day. visit with friends in Orlando.J. ... Hg ar -;3 Fire girls. '. W. Francher is in 'receipt of a S9.1! F .... .

!CANNING Song, "The Flag.", letter from Wiliam Hettinger from .:-J t i): en== ." .. ... :! Fa '" s:: -?'

: (i W.C.T.O. COLUMN I ( CLUB NOTESThe I II by Recitation Goldie Groves."The'Soul of. Old Glory1* right Key West and,likes who it is fine.getting' along all .' >1:0:-:: _r CII! G 0 a.i.. """i:I :8.:: og: ,,": (

I Address by the pastor on Chris- Miss Kathleen Rivgan returnedthis "
I recent rains which were well tian education after which: an offer. week from a visit with friendsat CANDIDATES a ' r 't q i x '1 j :H' .' r
America's drink bill is $2,000,000-1 distributed through the past week ing 'was taken. Port Orange ;
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OOO a year. This would provide have done much to revive, the drooping Closing song,. "Battle .Hymn of. the I Miss Makinson: of Kisslmmee i( .J ''c!. 00 do.. J t tItfp.
*, and clothing and. equipment for more :I crops of the canning! club lads Republic:?* here for a couple of weeks helping Congreu' .
qr than one million soldiers. "Shouldthe and lassies and while there had beenno Benediction by the pastor. out In the Makinson: hardware etore. In : 21 37209 9,45116 11 9 6 630( '
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American nation longer tolerate interest their W. .J. .Seare ...-- --.---- .
oftheir' C. Cox and III
lessening or Major C, daughterMrs. 56' 01 13 2 0 6
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breweries and saloons In its midst to be Ion L. Farris -
labors, the results now promise Rev. and Mrs. G. II.. Northrop when their abolition would conserve more satisfactory. son, Gordon, former residents of St. visit to' Paola, Kansas. Justice Whitfield123 Supreme Court 15 18124 1 b 1V '70' 10 :8 l 9 394 .,
1, food, fuel, labor, 'man power 7" Ex- County Agent Mis Albi'ha Smith on Cloud, motored here last Wednesday Mrs. J. D; Woodbeck of''Klsrimmeewas J. B. ___. 37 6 7 65 2 4 39 1 3 ,2 166 e
at R. 11. Buford _____ ___ .
Governor Frank Hanley "If visited Bassvlllo -
says her rounds St. Cloud visitor Wednesday
I regular evening from Tarpon (Springs, remaining a :, on s
, treason consists of giving aid and I and reported several boys in that vicinity till Friday calling on Rep. in Legitllature 66 b 18 40 6 15 37 1 2 1 '181 -
comfort to the enemy, then the waste taking unusual interest in the friends.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. James Golf and F. M. Bare .--...-,---:--- 32 78 3J0 90 ,10 7 6 413-/-
ing of food products, fuel, and labor, I Paul and Keen who and Mrs. P. Kathleen and Gordon Nor N. C. Bryan -.--------:---.133 24 .
work. Joseph > .' C. Carmen, ;;who daughter, S. W. Porter _______..__,___ 5 0 0151 (0 0 5" 3 0 3 161 ,
the.liquor interests in this time last wished left I auto for
by grew war gardens season have been spending the past few throp, on Tuesday by' .
of need can be called by no (gentler to extend their operations' and weeks in St. Louis, Mo., returned here Durand, Mich. Attorney General 12103 21 '1 5 ? Ii 332
name than treason.", I plant a plot of sweet potatoes but no this week and are pleasantly located Uncle Josh Ferguson was a business Van C. Swearingen ....---. 92 13' r 9 g, 6 225
94 ,
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Even If We Take the LiquorUes at I cleared land was available. This failed with Mrs. Alice 'Krepps, on Pennsylvania caller at KUsimmee on Tuesday C. Gibbons 4.:0\ :;
Their Word. ,to' daunt their spirits however orprevent avenue. L. L. Baker and wife left on Wed- State Auditor 103 2 14 42 8 '6 8 282
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w CHARLES STELZIE their out their plan, Austin Nichols for Jacksonville And then J. H. Lancaster ..u 24
carying Mr and Mrs. who
nesday on 7 2 4 298Ca
80
88 5 23
.1. Will Yon ______________ 90 13
;I When the .Senate's Committee ont the .
: for the boy. immediately begged have been, upending the season here, to Georgia. .
;,' ,Agriculture was investigating the use of uncleared land and began taking left on Friday for Bridgeport, ,Conn. A party was given Tuesday even. Commissioner, DI.t. 1.. 20.' 34 _.._ __ .__ ..- --. 10' 64.. .

1 subject denied# that of foodstuffs they consumed the liquor rvs much, men plot off for the cultivation growth and. preparing. the spent. Mr.,the William winter'H.here Hines left, on who Friday. has his ing in home honor on of Massachusetts Roy Van Denberg avenue at E F: L.u. D Tyner Oventreet____:, :::::::.:-::: 8 1bCoCommissioner ."_. ___ .__ :.__ ... \'-- 8 26';

a..the prohibitionists said they did- Two.other Bassville boys, Warren last.for Naugatuck. Conn.. and the lake front. The evening Diat. 4 207 9v.; ... 225 v
they declared that they used only, one and Henry Sullivan, have club. gardens Miss i i.Anna Purdy of Winter Park was pleasantly spent with games and A. F. Baas ----.--' -------..- --- .--- .4'-- 61
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S J. Tripett! ________ ___ ___ _
cent of the grain tomatoes and music. Those Misses :
.per where squash cucumbers was the week end'Rueat of her parents present were -
Commissioner- .
% All t'lght-4et'. take them at their are' flourishing. Mr. and Mrs. P. V... L. Purdy.. Lillian and Inez Ide. Retta Bowen, Co. Diat. 5 1 .. 2- 12
f. word. Clarence Guy of Lokosee has grown Mr. Frank Hendrix who has been Iva Marshall and Emma Murphy, C. C. Arnold ---...-.--..-- ------- --- --- --- 2.' --- 6 -- 24 .
f One per cent of the grain will feed potatoes, tomatoes.and beans on the visiting his sister-in-law, Mrs.' C. K. Mrs. Florence Hatcher, Mrs Charles B. H. Guy .---.---.-----.- --- .-- --.--- -.- 19--- -. .- 2-- 21'ax
one per, cent of the people. -This plot at his home near Lokosee. Theseare Hendrix, left on Friday last for his Goodrich. Mrs.. Van Denberg and .1. B. Somerse.-; --- --- .p --- -
means one milllion people-because harvested and shipped. to .market home at Toledo Ohio. daughter; Mrs. Bailey, Mesrs. Roy PT Comr. (fulLterm) 161 ; 9 ;; / l-) ; 208
r there are ,one hundred million of us and Clarence will plant his next ploton Mr. L. A. Guoscax ,, and son Louis, Van Denberg, Elmer Ide, Dewey S' Bowen __:._ 40 5 10 1 8.47 !l 4 1 1'1' ,
in this country. the farm near Whittier. where his left-last Thursday for-Paris-Ill. Montsdoca, 'Mr. Bowen and Master J. Clifford Brown ------.--. 48 4 go 8' 146
f'' Cade E. Shackleford _______ 50 4 4 3 82 ''.b .A
We shall certainly,.send one'mil. parents now live. M. H. Johns, night editor of the Hume Mays and Farris Bailey. '
lion soldiers to France. Florence Edris of Lokosee crew Orlando Sentinel left on Saturday:, Mr. and Mrs. Marcell of Doops addition Tn Comr. (short term) ; 1'11'' ,
e' This means that the liquor men good.tomatoes and beans evening,for Boston, Mass., where he have purchased ,the Stafford Harry L. Bethel .-.___._,-- 45 3 6 13 1 6 "80( .,4' 1. i 845 '.. :
centered W. 1\1. Holloway __________ l 13 16 96 6 18 68 4 5
have been wasting enough foodstuffsto while her brother Edwin his has accepted a position in a publishing property on Delaware avenue and
feed every last man who. goes to attention on, tomatoes and dasheens. : house. Tenth street and took possession .last -
s L the trenches: Raymond and Loan Lanier of ;Mr.. Bird Mann daughter of Mm. week. ,Nominated without Opposition: --

If.food will win the wares Hoover Campbell Station are growing very Grimes of the "Green Gable.left R. G.. Reynolds returned Saturday Edgar Kate ..._-............._._ Supervisor Registration., .
saysthn the liquor men havea good plots with tine tomatoes as their in Sunday for her former .home in from Arcadia, where he .was In .A. J. MacDonough ._ ... County, Surveyor. .
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r fearful responsibility resting upon feature and this crop will' likely be Nebraska.Mrs. charge of number of teams at the Ernest Marti: ..-.-__.__:-__.__...__ County Commissioner, District No. 1
them when they deliberately waste put in tin for table use at a season George Walters and two sons aviation camp. John Partin.-------------------... County Commissioner,. District No:.7,: .....
the food which would give life and when. this vegetable can not be grown. returned on Thursday. from 'Dexter Mr. Dodd .01. the Citizens Banked W. C. Bass ,-,...__-.__.,..*-.._._ Member School Board District No. 1., "I. t
Btrength to our soldiers. Marie .Clark and her ,brother, ', N. Y. .: Kissimmee,..was In our city on Tues. W/R.: Lanier _....___.__......... Member: School Board District No. 2. $
A little while :'ago ''_t". orator. James, are Campbell young/ /people N. Woodmansee and niece Miss 13.E. .' day i District No. 3. _
: .W R. Godwin __..............,.?..,.._; Member' School Board ,
Insisted that farmers)are paid $200,- who are ectting nice tomatoes which ., Hoffman, returned this week after M. W. Lawton and family left on No. .
Roma Thomas ...... .............._::. Executlva Committeeman Dist., 1.ExecutlveCemmitteeman f
000,000 for the food products in mak are being put up in glass now and I a short visit to Winter Haven.. Thursday for Oswego' N. Y. AE.. Drought ___.*..__. ____.... a Dist. Ne.' 4. ,
,r tog booze-but when Hoover got other will likely be canned in tin be. Miss Anna Hop}) and mother were Mrs. John J. --Johnston, St., la visiting . -- .:.. 'Ft .
busy on the food conservation job bore the season is over. calling on friends tn the East Endon (her son, John J, Johnston,,. and '. ..'
the 200,000,000 suddenly dwindledto.something ;;;{ Misses_AHeen Bas Dorothy'Sim.'' Thursday afternoon lasts family for a week. .

like "thirty cents. mon and Kate Partin,. Center Park Mrs. Teadhouse and children lefton :Airs. Pherlgo and little' daughter. '\, ,-
t They 'can't ""get us both' "coming" girls are all persevering workers Monday to join .her husband at returned from Kiesimmee on Monday
"going"- the liquor mon lied and none of them are easily discouraged West Tulsa, Okla. where she ;has been visiting

.,',either one time 'or, theM othertheebances by unfavorable conditions. Theyare 'Mr.'; Riggan's cotton patch on Penn-.... friends ;:;ass _______:_ ___ StFenetiierLAnteFicaShall ;:.
lied both'times.Bab' berries .
are thev .. canning vegetables and - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - .. .

This .I. taken Talks from Back.,'the special_ beans and experimenting and berries. in drying corn., M'RS.. CLARK,'WRITES" FROM,;;, GIRLS I ITS YOUR,: ,:>;- ..,."' ..'C)T\<\ ;;: ..'-"iI'; >. ,'',"". ," .,.;. .,,;, ..,.,.,.

baby-week bulletin' of "the Kansas I Such efforts as these Osceola coun. "THE LANDOF'THE. SKY" :{:\. STEP THAT,'ATTRACTS! t"!.; ", '. I :' .

{ ,board :of health: ty young people are putting forth .'' ( ,.
Do not kiss me on the mouth.' would be praiseworthy under any cir Hendersoftville, N. C. Says women pay too much heed to
Do not let the sun shine' in my eyes cumetancesibut 1 ore doubly BO at this June '10, 1918.Mr. their face instead of ,.
,; nor-the wind fill them with dust. time when food production and its Harris: their morns ."1:
i ,Do not sneeze or cough in my face conservation are urged .upon every I am sending you a little ad.1'for
I for I may take 'cold; and that wouldlie individual as' a sacred as wel las patriotic the Gazette. Please insert it fouror I Watch '
bad for five times. We are very ,pleasantly your step! A brisk, lively
me. duty. .
the :
a Do not expose me' to whooping MI. .Neva Lester', winner" of the located near'the station and. step is what charms more ti.an a We Compensate .1
lovely skin but heels have
cough I or measles or other catching first 'prize for last season's work, on the same aide of the R. R..that the I your high f.
''a :.diseases, or I may get sick and die. leave. next Tuesday for Tallahassee town is. Have ,a large, shady yard Ii caused corns and you limp a little.That's .
; r ''Do not pick' me up by the arms to take the short course for pirls and, a good garden. ; I find suppliesare bad girls, and you know it. Dealers.? '
Corns and besides
destroy beauty
.Be careful how you handle me and which begins June 18 and continues as high and some things a little' grace, ,liquor .
lay-me down. two week. higher/ than at home.' Good country corns aro very easy to remove. .,

'+ l Do 'not give me candy or other -n.* .M butter and milk are cheaper. Theweather ing Rid at your any drug feet of store every for corn a quarter by ask of .Now that the liquor business it on the run and even the liquor'I I i
is
'Sweaters'are 1
things vhicn not delightful.
are good for'me. in demand. an ounce of freezone. This will cost 'men themselves cetheir, finish, they are beginning to talk about come:
Do not give me a dirty pacifier to t
!? stuck nor allow me to suck my thumb, ORANGE CENTER My' son, Lleut. Holland R. Clark; little but is sufficient to remove every pentadon? -they want the state to'pay them for the lot of their butinett. r N

Tor H will spoil the shape of my came up from Camp Sevier and spent hard. or soft" corn,,..or callus' from one'sfeet. .

-month. -' Saturday. : and. Sunday a week ago .A few' drops ar.lied- directly upona Before we begin to pay 'over any money to the liquor men, lets. Tri v
Do not rock'me to sleep teach and with us. Last Saturday I had a let "
; -v or One of the most noteworthy tender,.touchy corn relieve. the look at a few perfectly plain.fact i
? tM other bad habits. ... ter from him saying they were leaving
charming events of the .on.was .
soreness and soon' the' entire corn; FirstNo license itfusued for than i:
liquor -
Do not take m.to the motion-pic the dance- given at the residence of that day.' more one year t a
4, ture show nor keep me up nights, Mr. and Mrs. J.'J. Keene on Monday 1 hunted up the Red Cross sewingroom. root .and,.all,'.lifts right out withoutpain. time and no saloonkeeper'h t"V right to expect that he shall be per... .'

't font robs me cf my sleep and make. evening, when quite a few of their I'do not think. they are doing This freezone is a rummy. substance mitted to remain in business for a longer period. If he desires to
pie eroe.'r neighbors and friends gathered'in to ,a. much .sewing. as. the -Klssinrmee make in hit he l.
which dries instantly, and .impl improvement enterprise, he doe. so at his own risk; ?
ladies ;;
eo Do not dose mixtures.me with patent medicines spend the evening* with them. Among Ofrcoursewe, .found 'the', Methodist" shrivels up tho corn without inflaming cannot expect the rest of us to pay for his losses in this retpect.Second .v '
or nasty ,, those present were Mr: and Mrs. J.
'1 4 Do not give me Trine, beer, or'whis J. Keene Mr. and Mra.' Theron church and all joined 'the 'Sunday or even,Irritating the surrounding, :-No man ha any right to hold or use property of any +Tj

:/ coffee.nor.tcr., for I want to keep Keene and family Mr. and Mrs. E. school for J.he summer. Touristsare skin.Women must keep in mind that kind for-any injuriou. purpose in any community. 'The court. have '

l; J. Keene, Mrs. Agnes Burnam Mr. beginning to come." I have met cornless fet create a youthful step repeatedly aid that the saloon i i. a distinct. detriment to every tom'R
t Do not Jolt me nortrot, me on your and Mrs. R. E.'Bronson, Mr.. and Mrs. several from- Florida. which; cub-nec. her attractiveness, munity. tl
/' knee. When I cry. Lester Flint, Mr. and Mrs. Randall Respectfully ":' _ _
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want the' right things to eat and Keene. Mrs. Goodchild and children, MRS. M. A., CLARK. e--w. Third:-It i il not true that property upon which liquor ha been 1

X want my meals on time Mrs J. Rigney and son,' Harry, Mr. 'w.a.a. RICH..KISSIMMEE BACHELOR made or, sold i* confiscated through prohibition. The' land'values-re. .1
I 'want some pure cold water to Lulu Tiner and children, Mr. and IT SHOULD MAKE ANXIOUS FOR _A WIFE main the'same; the building and much of the machinery may be used
drink between .meal.-for I get very Mrs. Houck Misses Hattie Christmas I for other it '
at being demonstrated in of the
I peopl-: purpose part -
every
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a thirsty.. ; Nona, 'UIiie. and Maud Bron- A MILLION. FOR HIM "Many ave blcmed me for
I;want a+bath every day and plenty son, Venetta. Vere and Adele Burn- I not getting married. Since! childhoodI United States where the liquor business has been 'deatro ed. 'The ,+
r of, clean'clothes. am,' Ada Maddux?Irene Harris, Bernice Cincinnati man'' discovers drug, that ,have suffered' from stomach and liver property it never taken from the owner-although' .it"" should be're;'
4 I want my own' bed.: & comfortable Keene Rubv and Percie Oliver, loosens corns so'they trouble,never being nble to get membered that the use of 'property by liquor dealer* usually' reduce
oftwith windows,open, and plenty Messrs.- Ira Keene, Edgar Burnam, lift out. any mediclm of: doctor to uielp m,. ,the value, of nearby properly '
'I i sleep, for. I must have1 it Ivon. and Gordon Maddux, Paul Burn- '-- Now that Mayr'e'Wonderful Remedy lutJa--Saloon
-r. ,in order to grow. am, Herman Keene, Leonard and Good, news spreads rapidly and hoar entirely-cured me, I am anxiousto fighters are willing .lo grant compensation to
.s r 1 I' want to be 'taken: out of doorsevery George Bronson. Music was furnish druggists here are kept busy.dispensing get a wife." It is simple, harmless liquor men provided it it done in-a legal manner. Waiving all technical F'

,tt>>> day for the fresh air. : ed on the phonograph." A.mery evening freezone, the recent discovery; \ .preparation that removes tho terms, such matters are usually decided by taking into. account the k
? I want mother t. love. and always was spent and an enjoyabletime a Cincinnati man, which i. I said to catarrhal 'mucus from the intestinal losses sustained by both parties in question. - .
; be gentle with X loosen it. lifts tract and allay. the inflammation ,
me., spent by all. any corn so outwjth, : Let the saloon make r
i' ..J.want to be a good baby. This section of the country Was the fingers.i which causes practically all stomach, men a statement at to the amount of money -
'.j '0-| "'. S. S.OMAN'S ,__ visited by a good rain on Saturday A quarter?of'an" ounce'costs "very liver. and intestinal ailments, including which they have actually lost through the abolition of- their business
',. evening. The farmer. aro' all re little at any store that handles drugs appendicitis; One dose will convince and then let the city and the county and the itate'bring in their bill

CASE. joking. the weather has been quite but this is said td be sufficient to ridone's or money refunded. J. Z. Rob- against. the saloons for the extra expense to which they have been put* ,,

'::1' STARTLES KISSIMMEE iinhisrlosome ,time. The citrus trees' callus feet ,of,every hard,or,.soft corn erson: druggist I Iooooo in taking care of the wreckage. of the liquor bu.inell'in' public< in. n
w .- ere looking well, and or titution. ''
: ,A'.business; .,' mania wife could not despite the dry weather.. the new You apply .just a'few drops on the _.o_ ., .oo.tOOto..oo.__ _ . .
."read. or sew without sharp pain in growth is doing fine. The berry season tender, aching com or toughened callus . c 0 I And then if i it i* at all possible let ut express in the term of cold ,

tor'eyes.: 'or'ye.rs> her eyes were is now'about over and the housewives and instantly the' sorvnecs is' relieved 0< 'To Insure publleaUon all commnaleations cash the hot anguish of men, women and children;who. have suffered
\ twed and weak. Finally she'tried' seem to have a good. supply of and soon the corn or callus is 0 and notices: of meetings -' 0 because of the existence of the liquor business. _
.,.r pur* Lavoptlk eye wash. The result berries canned for future uce. eo shriveled ,that it lifts out' without 0 must reach this office before 0O The chances .are when the books balanced tbat the
j6 ONE application Mr and Mrs. .W. R. Kelly were the pain. It Is a :ticky, substance which Thursdays. O are Kqeor
'--.u.' bottle, t koIslegguaranteed Sundaygu/ esta of lira. M. E, Mad dries when applied and never inflames *.noon 0 man will be paying money into the treasury, of the gate, instead of the
benefit EVERY CASE weak strainr. dux and family. .' or even irritates the surrounding skin. state paying money to the Eqnor mea i
k O '' .
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will . !.O '
This thou. -
? inflamed ; ONE WASH The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Discovery prevent 01.
startle with eyes., its -tjuick results. E. J. Keene will be glad to learn that :and. of deaths Annually from lockjaw If yo believe. that the, traffic ia:'Alcohol
their' little ton, Herman,' is improving'since :and infection heretofore resulting does barm than
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_oAr.' ,_ for a speedy,, recovery. eoma.-. The Scott: House

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SURPLUS :IRISH' I
I'W- POTATOES cOUNtYUANIzA.' h



I AND ,PORK-, .PRODUCTIONBy TION; FOR: ; THRIFT.


"L., 'R.. HIGHFILU would require, per day, approximately .. STAMP 'DRIVE] U
On' account of' the abundance of 6 pounds of tankage and' 125 L"I'CJ r

Irish'potatoes'and the low,price that pounds.of rlrjsh potatoes for a well
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hve prevailed, thero I., of course, farmer balanced Ms fattening one, two(ration.or three If hogs the County chairman-, D, G. Wagner. : '

more or less financial 10'"- from this as the case be. he can use one- Assistant county chairman, Prof 31 3\\
crop this year., In some cases the tenth,. two tents or three tenths of fit M. Evans Kisaimmee. 9
farmers are reluctant to go to the the above quantities) in the same Advisor Committee
additional expense "of digging to ship way'Tie would compute the'ration for Kissimmee--C. A. Carson, II. C. 0
to uncertain markets. As i a result a. hog weiging' 'ICO or 200 pounds. Stanford, S. I* Lupfef Sr.; Mrs. B. MiiiSD ia
u there is danger of a considerable loss It is true the above mentioned protein' B. Simpson Mils Bettie Aultman.
from the potatoes remaining: in the feeds in price, but St. Cloud-J.. J. Johnston, S. W.
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ground and rotting. Even when shipping when the relatively small amount of Porter. J. A. McCarthy, Dr. A ..MCushman I 1 I 611r
there will be a''larra number of these feeds that are required per day, Mrs. Mary Reynolds. + FI '
culls that will have to either be haul.. and the relatively large amount of Publicity Committee.
ed home and consumed in some wayor potatoes that are used-are considered Kissimmee-W. B. Harris, Mrs.''E.
allowed to rot. In eases of this ed, further that perhaps these E. Wells .
kind methods should be devised to potatoes might otherwise be a complete .St Cloud-C. F, Johnson, S. J
save as far as possible- every potato loss, a great saving may be Triplett.
that, can be saved. The amount that made in the long run. It offers the War Savings Day Observation.
can beused as human food will of' farmer an opportunity to market his June 28. ,
q course be limited- but- In. feeding to I J potatoes. in the" animals the consumption of the surplus pork.lhe.i Smith, J. 1). Cadel.
.i d potatoes may be greatly increa'-1' farmer has a large pot in St., Cloud-J.. K. Conn,,. Rev. Frank
"-"I.., ed and further.anything? which he can cook the potatoes, it Kenney.District
I. weight to an animal means increased will increase their palatability and Committeemen.
3 human food production in-the way of will lessen' the danger of the hogs W. E. Parmer, Diet No. 6 St.
meat. j' getting choked.. Cloud., .
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Many animals including poultry Having prepared the mixture, the F. W. Hill) Narcoossee, Dist. 12,. 1!
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may be :led Irish potatoes when prop best way to -feed, it is to feed regularly Naroooasee. _
erly prepared. Hogs probably will!! 'and give the hogs all- the they W.,Kempfer.. Deer Park, No. 31,
convert Irish potatoes Into money will clean up without waste.: Deer' Park. ,
quicker than.-any other animal. I I The feeding trough should be kept K. -Hamilton, Finney Point, No. _
'r Irish potatoes ''is a fattening food clean. An abundance of fresh water 9, Kissimmee Park. I
and Jacks the elements of nutrition).I should be supplied at all times. B. F. Roe, Kenansville, No. .13, Ke-
that go to make growth. Some growing This" matter of fresh water for the nansville.
feed should be added -to potatoesin hog to drink Is often neglected. G.'C. Miller, Lokosee. No. 6,. Loko #
'order to make' the ration a bal Again the hog should have a good see.W. .
anced one.- and to get the most benefit bath every day. That is, he should II. Mann, Bassville,. No.; 10, St. nited States.lires
from feeding' the potatoes. This be placed where he can fro and -wallow Cloud. .
additional feed may be one. that Is every few. hours. Contrary to .H; W. Rummell Peghorn, No. 8,. St. ,', '" Good safes
rich in protein.' Peanut meal velvet ) general opinion, the hog is the cleanest .Cloud. are 1
bean meal, shorts and. tankage" of domestic animals if allowedthe A. J. Simmons, Alligator Lake, No.
r comprise a few that may be used InS opportunity. Give'hfm. a chance 2, St. Cloud. ,
feeding' hogs. Tankage may prove to and helJ' will prove this statement. Ira Weatherbee, Union Center, No. '
' .. be one of the cheapest single protein I. It will be found Vise to keep salt 23, Kissimmee, R. F., D. '. Now is the, Time to .Make Your' Tire

feeds on the market now, and a most where the hogs can get to it when J. H. WeatllJerbeebEast'Lake, No. .
'excellent feed for hogi. they want it, with the above feeds.' 85, .
To eliminate detAil., it (is estimated Two other classes of animals that L. E.. Partin, Center Park,. ,No. 7, Buying Business
that, 1,000 pounds live weight of maybe profitably fed the Surplus of Kissimmee. R.F.D.W. a Proposition: -
Logd'iweighing be by Irish potatoes;-.with proper balancingof . R. (Nettles, Bull Creek,. No. 15': .N,
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100 pounds_each!Ii_ _the_ration!.,._are.. _chickens'and_cows.. Kenansville.
Peter Raulerson, Raulerson., No. Now, in this time of war,. It Is made them easily the most popular

'' 41', Deer Park. more, necessary than ever to buy tires of, the biggest.
".: AND NAMES 'REG- among owners, ,
NUMBER, OF ,J. M. Bryant, Campbell.No. 4, Kissimmee. ,
II R.F.D. tires for permanent economy' selling light cars. ,., '
Geo. Broneon, Shingle Creek, ,No. i
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ISTRANTS :UNDER CALL JUNE 5 Sf.' KieslmmeeR.F.D... ." Hundreds ofthousands'of"motor'The' same quality is built' Vitoj'

'Louffhman.B. G. Hancock, Hancock. No.- ,8, fists have,found .that- business Judg'United States Tires-Into' the.a111dfRl'went '\

!, Gazette: Please publish at/request .,16' Wesley' John ,Rowland,. Kisslm- :W. W. Clark, Clark., Kissimmee.' R. in tire-buying leads straight to.. sizes as'well as the 'larger'sizes'for:
list of F ' l
'of Washington this new registrants mee.. : D. '
with registration numbers: 17 Elmore Clark, Kissimmee.<< .; W B. Witherspoon, Kissimmee. United States Tires., heavier cars.Select .
1 Dan Johnson, Rl 'Kissimmee. 18 .Albert Bass, Kissimmee.) . II. H. Bowen St., Cloud.
2 ISam Lesesne, Ktssimmoe (col.) 19 Henry Montsdoca St. Cloud.. .i-_. ..w... a... .__' The phenomenal growth the United States
.8 Louis Joseph) Schmidt' Kie m. 20 Joseph Crosby, -St. Cloud ..
v. of United. States Tire Sales is '' .
,' 21 Alfie Johns, Lokoaee.Fla.y Tire that fits your'particular: :

4 Pearl Millford Johns, Kissimmee. 22 Hurbert Harvev Lokcsee, Fla. WHAT THE VICTORY OR posItive'proof. of this fact. heeds. Our Sales 'and,, Service ,
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.e, b 5 Walton .Joel Tyson, Narcoossee. 23. Henry Nelson MaklnsclI, Kissim .
., . 6 Percy Harrclson, Klsslmmoe. mee. DEFEAT OF The unusually high quality Depot dealerwillgladly';

,, ,7 Harold simmee.Richard T.' Ricketta, Kis 24 .Jan.mee.Hensley, . Bill'ard!, Kissira GERMANY .of United States tires has help you. ,Then 'stick ,to it. "

8' ,scott; Williams, Kissimmee. 25 Joseph Robert Tracy, St. Cloud.: MEANS TO EVERY AMERICAN .i. '
9 Freeman Eldrigd. Stokes, RFD, 26 Jas.t Gilbert Clark, Louffhuan. We know United States Tires are Good Tires. That's' why we sell th@i141*:

Kissimmee. 27. Oscal Pullman '.Hancock, Loughman' .'
'10 Paul Ethan Godwin Kissimmee. '(Contribute by ALBERT 'PAT8ONTERHUNK tUPFER 61 :
.. 11 .Keros Sheldon Johnson, Jr., Kis 28 Hobart Brijcce, St. Cloud. PRATHER
'' 29 : author and globetrotter,
simmee. Sewell Peterson Doer. Park. .'
12 -Thomas. ;" Arnold'Kiadromee' .* 80 Abbie Gordon Bass Deer Park, to, .the ':Katlooal Security, 'League's MACH "'BROS.MAY -

W 18 Preston Grady Cromartta., 81 Lawrence Nettles, Klssicimee. I campaign of Patriotism Through Edu .
Klssinunee. 32 Elisha Gibbs, Kissimmefl, ucol./( ) cation.)' ;
: 14 Alfred. William' Ivey, Kissimmee. 33 Bcni. F. Short, Box 462, St: ,
$ 15 Joseph Lee Enge, Kissimmee Cloud (col.l ,.Germany's victory would metes aIIthat'ths .: 'BE NO MORE HAY GLADYS LESLIE NEVER ON gaged her to star In Blue Ribbon"ss-, "

Park. 34 Jack Winfrad Rouse, Kissimmee.v alarmists have said-the setback SHIPPED IN SIX MONTHS THE SPEAKING STAGE three of.w'hlch' she has. completed

..- .. ( of humanity, democracy: ,-dvIUxa- five, since early ? last fall. / dnen: .is
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.' ;tlon, rights of man. eta But to Amen. Dr. L. R. Higfafill of the Bureau of Gladys Leslie Vitagrsph's petite charming the runaway Irish .....
: : > .-' lea, It' Vould mean IDlSaltel.7 more.. Animal Industry, who will take B. E.Evan. star with the:'million dollar. smile,", in :."Tho Little Runaway," wSelk"*U1
: Better FarmihsMMihe South ' .It would mean our flrst national le- .' place until July 1st, says: never was on the speaking stage: Her be seen at the Casino tk***.* ** '

; ... .. J -ii'iKvumt fc Jiirlli'Z'BlArr i ..fvi _: ; ,teat l S-and, thus, would. smash our per. "It would be a safe prediction that education completed in New York, Wednesday plays opp.,site June her 19.aM M Ia'..M Ms* lllhlia.
within Six month. an embtjrgo will she bad brief engagements withThanhouser
... .".- '' ,' "'.ipr*"?** ifect record'for victories record as be placed on bar.' and similar bulky and Paths,...attracting porting., .cast are Mary: Mawiestie .E.
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' : ',. old a* our n.Uoa--.nco: : that means feeds to Florida due to 'aci of transportation more than passing attention by her Blythe; Jessie Steven*. WI.
:. I... 1ti more than the right to brag: Even' as facilities and .it is only a 1.work and then Albert E.; Smith' en, Dunn; and William' Calhoun: -" ,

". .. a beaten army. never.wholly regains Its matter of good judgment for farmers -
l to cave alt the forage they can. Cow.,
.
old tOrm--8\8Q beaten ring champion
as a
peaa at $4.60 a bushel for seed will
'0 sinks at once Into desu.tude--o. prove 11'good investment. Where the FOR SALE---CASH PREFERRED:,
t 'our nation (Its' traditions of victorygone farmer is not able to buy seed a good
) would suffer far worse deteriora- thing to do is to level off' potato '"
One block of Five Lots in South Part of Town. 250
tion than the mere tact of defeat could fields Mid allow crab grass. to grow., ,
Inflict "w;..B.MRS. ._ foot front, 208' foot depth. Rich Muck Soil"adapted,' for : ,

,'f- ? It would mean that the man who has .- M'DUFFY'S LECTURES Banana Truck Growing. Eighteen: inch fall to
' \ risked'' all In his country's struggle for or city .

'If,.. c Right could never again feel his former (Contributed) ditch. Make your home pay for itself. '
,I' calm
\{{. umph. Thus, the moral tone of the Individual on Revelation grow more interesting Apply VALLEY' GAZETTE . )
. +1 1K 1fT she the end. well .
They
y l as well ns of the nattoti" as nears are ,
...::.:. would Inevitably" be lowered. attended. Come and hear her You
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miss these instructive
la' just can't afford ttf- <
COP has embarked
0 This country never
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,. f. talks given on Revelation,
1775 to the
of From
:>,, _* FARMERS a war conquest the last message of Jesus Christ given
present.we have fought for Liberty or to John the -beloved disciple on The only to be safe j jTHE
2t sry; 0 00t for:Union or for the Oppressed, -ever the Isle of Palmos. There is a-bless way
''u for, some sterling principle of right. ing pronounced in the first and last *

u From childhood wa hare been taughtto chapter' of the book on those who proverb says.that the only way to be safe to never .r
believe that the high unselfishness read and those who hear the words
'w. THE FARMER-ONE OF of our war alms has siren us the vic of the prophesies of this book. secure. But that proverb was' made before the::

tory. We-have seen tie. decay or destruction Next Tuesday night, 7:45: in the ,Two Hartford began. to offer their. complete insurance. ;
UNCLE: SAM'S DEFENDANTS of men and nations that have G. A R. hall., Only two more evenings protection '
battled for dominion! -as Germany' Is ; come and hear; her.
now battling. Should we fait In this, -W... S._..._ If you have fire Insurance policy,you have wisely guarded

the the against one source of ;but there other which :
.111" mlghu.st'war for Right DIXIE HIGHWAY' ASSOCIA- Joe'I are many ,
.. Osbome 'Chairman Soil Improvement Committee, Atlanta, Oa.y (+
D. ,
, By the '
.. forever
lose
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-rra- man must TION MEETS AT LAKELAND 'might cause you as much loss as a fire. The ';0 i..
.
0r Mr. farmer;' 'One of ,.our. most pressingprob simple. Faith which ,has led our dear . ,
F 1L The above' picture lems and one to be acted upon without country from' nothingness to" Its present H. d Stanfordd-vier'president,'and INSURANCE Service tJJ

L_ eJtemplUle.t: delay Is.the matter. of obtaining your .estate. For that Faith, more than .C. W.' Ward,' ,director of the..Dixie ,
vital Importance fertiliser.: \ for anything else., our sacrifice Is a Highway Assoction in Florida, were OF THE
t of your position lathe In. spite of the best efforts of the hundredfold justified,', I:delegates to a meeting of the association
World War- manufacturers and the Government at. Lakeland on Wednesday. 'HARTFORD.l
The fight ot free materials for making fertilizers are r They report ,that every, eatisfae- '
dom and democracy scarce and high,in price. Therefore, : tory meeting waa held. All the officers '
against German It Is all the more necessary that what -were reelect.After: t'e meeting ;; affotdaprotectionagalnstevetry ,. ,
,. autocracy fertilizers are to be distributed, shouldbe w. .. e.. the delegates were .entertainedat possible contingency.; We '
Upon yon Is used upon soil that has received the the Elks Club where a six-course
WAR ON
WOUNDED
CERMANrS would like
r placed the graveresponsibility. very best preparations the former Is dinner WAS ,served. The associationwill an opportunity to .f
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' of capable- of giving. German,airplanes recently bombeda meet next'year at Perry, Taylor explain it to you., ,
producing abund1 'The mobilization of our 'army requiring
1 .,".''.' D.,. B. O3BORNB ant crops .with a maximum movement"of at large-altitudes American hospital.effort Hovering county. w... ..-- D. G.IWAGNER : ;
every was
': '" which 'to feed and:clothe our armyand troop trains and supply trains, baa overtaxed made to hit the main which IMPERSONATION'Photoplay
: ,: ":; i navy; the armies >and navies'' of the capacity of our railroads was conspicuously marked buildings wih the CLEVER lanmce...Beids" $. .
and ia'order for fer acclaimed ,,
before ,
Allies-our own people at- home aa never critics.have :
? ., our :r.
Red Cross emblem. Doctors and nurses Citizen Bank BId,. KiMisuneeSa
AlUe.'ID.' Europe. tilisers to be distributed this season of
.,,, and the peoples of ,our removed''' our wounded boys to RupertJulian's impersonation .
0 :.. . the 'movement must of necessity, begin trenches Wilhelm II. in "The,Kaloer..the Beastpf
foivsuch
' Failure would bring disaster our early-and the uploading cars previously' em- Berlin" .which comes to. the Casino . . .J
ergencies. National War Savings 'i'1
i army' and. untimely, and unneces at-'destination be 'dons with utmo.tde.patcb. theater Julyll2, the cleverestand
4 ,sarydeath,to many of our boys who Every ear must be. loaded Day. gives an opportunity to' register most natural ever. seen 'the -' : '7. :
in ) that tpon i its work.: i
; a practical vow polio :
-haveon. forth to battle- In,,defense capacity.. than such things must way end;your> screen. ,' doing Scouring ;: ; ..;
cheaper
Today.fertWi.rs .are ,
. 1 Julian's costumes of
'of liberty.Bnt
our -w. .. n. Mr. < are praytleally J
/Mr.-Farmer.we know that.under farm crops or.farm labor. A bale of r NOTICEAll the same material that the twU&Marine 'Corps, recruits i ,' j: ;

the treat responsibility' placedon cotton, a bushel'Of' corn oats or children savimr the' pictures of kaiser's own :garments are and the -., ._ iJoin
of fertilisers ,
you: by our OorernmeaV that there wheat. will buy.more pounds' the medals uniforms, helmets :
epaulets
hence toassure Central' Nurse bring them to the : ''MM
i Is no such word ai"faU" ja yourvocabulary aow'thanever Central Drug .Store' tomorrowthe and even gloves are identical to those : Now! '
.......
, and that nothing snort of Insurmountable the performance.of a patriotio , .
the .Mr. .
15th. Count them- worn by German..emperor. "
put your name, ; .r
could duty, with great profit to yourself order .
providential causes that addrees.;, age and, number of pictures Julian keeps'hia left arm resting:; on
fertilisers prompU so
prevent your answering, fully to, this your his belt the entire photoplay APPLY AT Nv:1
the the during
on package. Monday :
.." you may be.sure* to get, them. And winner.
responsibility.However
r and handles Ws cramped though ,
them them withthegreatest.degreeot will benotified..' ,, arm,
can'onlyt when you'get use
mwmam'Grop. it must have been, as natural as does .POST OFFICE Us.,
,t be bad by the judicious' aeed.and'intensiveuse thorough Satisfactory: results are Intelligence.bound to toil Drives Oat Malaria,Builds Up System the kaiser.. whose left member, Ws-. \ ---.e.w..... '. ..., -, ."," ,, : .
of fertilisers, good: The Old_ad. "
rtMMl rtmrttwaiM so.oaova'a tory shows to, be six inches shorter
x .cultivation,., and labocHMTlntr: ineebtq- ment.low-both... to you, and' to.th.' Govern. TAHTBCBBS ci tuTONQ1.tasteearkie.laeilaod.eadb.lld".a.ffm lieerrMa. mt than.his right;;, and practically no SERVICE UNDCRTHtt: ; fMftUMfr : ,

't JI7... ;. .: .It' N..r' -...... :,'f.. Atreetoele lee.dan.sadebUana, toe >,large than the arm of S. young boy. . -. ,
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1 FOOT, THE, KISSIMMEE, :VALLEY':GAZETTE.:FRfDA .A. JUNE 14, 1918fUSSIMMEE ,_ _ _ _ _


TEACHERS, SHOULD BE BETTER TAX ASSESSOR WILL,BARBER, BOY ,KILLED NEAR LOUGHMAN empt from dlltY'"make"If time.you can't There find ta Classified1Advortisemsitli. '
OJ. said
VALLEY GAZETTE \I time, he ,
A boy named Walker, while out now and
+ PAID MAKES UNUSUAL; SACRIFICE Just: one supreme question ,
in Davenport swamp, "
'4 '1' hog hunting -jfl. the'war. Wade'
that U to- PIANO TUNING- the tuner .
; ..........*: Bvery JTrMayValley Osceola county hae again markeda Tax: Assessor .W. I. Barber has enlisted about six miles from- Loughman, was of ,' He spoke of the educational ten- Orlando, Phone 40. Same old:
PS.tu..I__ ,G..ft. c._...,. progressive step by advancing the In-he! service 'of the United accidently shot and killed bY' one dencies of the movement, its teach boy, quality; price. No extra charge '
? x...._ ........ salaries of her teachers. There ia States for the duration of the war. his companions yesterday afternoon.We of thrift habits, and,the ultimate ; !
ing for mileage. -26-2tpd
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; perhaps no service of which-so much and leave today for Gainesville to were. unable to learn his. given good that will come of it. He told _.,. _. g.___ '
t t. w.... Ilarrta. Pre.l*atR. is demanded with so small a remuneration take a thr .-months' course in carpentry name, but he was a brother of Wesley how far reaching was the call'and oilT-Lut Saturdaypair of .pto-
4 Q. \mm* Asrae-w, .-.etarF'' as that of "teaching the under government instruction, Fred and Walter Walker.. said that to make the result a real teelei.. round dark celluloid lensv.

........_ _.. 11 young1 Idea how to shoot." When its after which he will be ready for duty w.a.LcHRISTIAN. "CHURCH, victory the subscriptions' January ed with to gold JI. W.rims.Morrow.Reward j If r"t''n U-U ,
borne in mind that four monthsof wherever his services ere needed. from one hun- ,
.' .........tt.. ...._. the teachers are not drawing Mrs. Barber has been made depot 100:00.-Sunday 'school. next should come B-OH 8ALB-Bailer's Bus Line. KUlmm -
On* Copy. One ..............' < year Church dred million people. assured .. to St. Cloud. I '-PlUt.en..erFord
the time and will out the 11:00 Sermon "Efficient
ODe Copy Six: 1onth.____..__.._. 1.00 salaries though at same assessor, serve :re County Chairman Wagner touring re: 1, Ford bu.: |,
On* Copy. Three Month.__....-. ,Tt are under heavy expense for the jrum- mainder of her husband's term. Work." Mr: Lawton at support stating: it is Stoddard Dayton Truck1} Trailer.
the< usual Aside his duties 6:45-Y. S. C. E. would bulneeii: good reason for
mer schools in addition to from as tax asses P. his belief thaL Osceola county Paying
,. communication except: from curauthorised expense of maintenance there is little sot Mr. Barber has large farming 7 Evangelistic sermon. wake to the situation and would filing. .1. F... Bailey.

0 t by the correspondents writer. must beLined wonder that ntnny who have acquired and cattle interests, and is making an w.a.s.METHODIST .- >t ', by January up 1 Subscribe 'her full quo- FOR SALE-One Btaude M k.a-' I'ao>

:Rejected matter will not be returned suitable education, whldv by the wayis unusual sacrifice in offering his. services CHURCH ta. H. spoke of the War Savlnlt'Ssocietlel tor. Uaed only ten days.. Good Junk.
*r _Ue oiled for. an expensive operation. have'turned to tftie government. Preaching Sunday at 11 a. m. by organized here saying thegood Fully "Uu&ranteed" by the Com '

(Kntered In the Po.t t.c., at KlaalroFlorlda aside .into other nnd more lucrative .''LATER:-Since the above 'wa the pastor. Presiding Elder C. W. work done along that.line was tock.nany.;, Mt.Make Don me,.n Fltt.'oa"r. J. B. tlt Mat ,
V a... aa a..oond-cl. matter.) occupations. The community written the' exemption board has White will preach at 7:45 p. m. and due entirely to Prof. K. M. Evans. -
demands, too, that a certain dignity been ordered by higher authorities to at Shingle Creek at 4 p. m. Prayer The agencies where. stamps are sold ;FOR 8ALKKlirhty acres; IS acres
be maintained as the manner of,Jiving release Assessor Barbers presumably meeting at 745; Wednesday evening.J. had been established in Kissimmee cleared and under fence: I acres In
and mode of dregs which with the because of his official duties and D. S1BERT. the result of persistent efforts bearing orange trove; $1,000, worthof
and were
present'high 'Cost<

'E I with the usual. monthly.< war, aspirations and content himself ST. LOUIS LIVE"STOCK MARKET. chairman for Kissimmeev brad of cattle and a good bunch of
rant. with civilian occupation and bucolic General Plan. ran ice hog 100. on the range.

There is no question that summer pastimes in lieu of military pomp National SPECIAL Stock REPORT Yards, Ill., .Mr, Wagner: spoke in detail of the Farming near tools Kenansvllle.and Implement.Price .tt.KOO.Located -

schools should be attended thatteacher. and martial array. June 11 1918. of the government for this half term. to suit. B.
plan
may keep step with pro- is?; a. a. ..1 with, H. ca.hkbalance Fla. 15-tf
t Today's receipts; Cattl 11,000; drive which is to culminate a -
but of the EVANS ON COMMISSIONTO
we are impression
press celebration the afternoonof
] on
hogs 22,000) .sheep 4,500, general
;
that salaries should continue during FOR SALE CHEAP I Intend to sell
\ "I, this period. No one would consider FIX COURSE'OF STUDY Cattle: Compared with a week ago June 28 when every man woman both of my bung-alows right away.
) the steer market averages 10 to 15 and child is asked to pledge: the It you are Interested In a real bar.,
teach vacation
: thet a was taking a these Principal R. M. Evans of the Kis- cents higher; butcher cattle, mixedstuff' amount that can be subscribed by gain writ to me about them or call
In
while engaged in Attending ,
; simmee public schools has been and canners 25: higher. January 1. v'I to see me.The Currle residence I.
f stitutions and we predict the time appointed located on Verona St., ba. two lots
1"r. wiU come when the salary will take by State4 Superintendent ,W. Quotations: Strictly fancy beef I I After thorough .discussion of the a nice Ix-room cottage lame work
vacation unless this be ,N..Shasta a member of a commission Steers $16 to $17.25; common to subject it was thought best to hold hop. good garage, nice lawn. excellent
t j: FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1918 no for. in other expense whose duty it will be to 'establish a choice $10 to .$15.75; stockers and basket dinners in all the school districts flowing well. Price right. The
i- 7 provided teachers some the way. state course of study for the schools feeders $9 to $11- beef cows $9 to in the county on that day. to Red Bungalow corner Mabbette and
l Unless the of country Bermuda. new. never occupied good
4 better paid the most capable men The commission will probably meetin $10.50; canners and cutters $7.50 to provide programs Including addresses alas lot built of beat materials Any
1 ... National War Savings Day, June are and will be attracted into Tallahassee the. latter part of this $8; yearlings $8.25 to $8.501 heretics and to make this registration of thepeonle one Interested In either of- theia
28. women month. $9 to $10.50; veals $10.to $14; bulls and tabulate their pledges.:. properties with real Intention to buy
{ { other occupations and the countrygenerally w. a. II The plan generally approved, can buy them low, below their value,'
will suffer' from the 'loss. $8.50 to $10. was and reasonable terma." ,
1ii : : \Wave you paid your ineoue tax? I I : SUMMERSCHOOLMisses Hogs: Toot'.y t.be'm .rket is the Dr; Witherspoon suggesting that .Chas.arrange P. now,any 11 So. Orange Ave.
"I'omorrow,11 the lasf-day. 0 Martha Belle Harris and lowest in over six months. At the Kissimmee-set the example and celebrate Orlando Fla. t-ll
{ start $16.60 was paid comparing the day by meeting at the courthouse '
r Orpha (Rose will teach a summer for. rent. Apply, to .it"
i4j ,j Don't forget the'annual-Red ,Cross school in the high school building be- with$17 a week ago today, but at ; to ask the county guards to DWKI.LINOS. :Tiller. -

I dues' they are. payable now. [I I ADDITIONAL LOCALS I ginning Monday July, lit, and fastIng \ho dose todoy $16.40 bought fie make their appearance and provide -I Iron
eight weeks for the benefit .of best light hogs. Go d to choice, 175 other attractions to be worked out in 8ALESecond.handFord) cars-
1 The American Marines put the: to 240 lb. hogs $16.25 to $16.60; heavier : detail later. lit ttrctive! prices. Osceola Motor
who failed to make their
j mare in nightmare' tor the Huns durIng W. J. Scars. M. C:, left for Washington : grades.pupils hogs at $16 to $16.25; lights 120 Mr. Hamilton from Kissimmee Co.. 107 Broadway.

last week's drive on the wester lastFriday.. Miss Harris- recently graduated al to 150 1W. $16.25 to $16.50; lighter Park pledged the support of his community BAILEY'S AUTO SERVICE Kl..lmmeto
: front. Licentiate pigs $15 to $16r; roughs $15 to $1525. and said! that with Mr. Wal Instructor the Florida
. _ Mrs W. J. Sears and Mrs. S., H at, Sheep: The market-weakened considerably ton's help that section could be de p. m. St. Cloud to Klaaltnmee S a. m..,
The camouflage of Old Sol wa Bullock left for Miami yesterday. to State College' for Wom.in' , and Miss today 'eaving the 'general pended upon for a big turn out on. It m. and (:SO P, m. Central Urug
L Rose has had one in the Mis Store, Klualmmee-Phone 411 I Marine'.
relatives and friends.S. year
r complete at Klssimmeo, Saturday, visit ouri State Normal school at Cape trade about 60- to 60 cents lower on June 28. PruDT Store. St Cloud. Phone 1511;
It: and furnished a aoectacle seldom seen H. Bullork received" Girardeau Mo. spring 'lambs; steady on fat- dheep Mr. Clark, representing the Clark Residence' St. Cloud. phone SS. -"Carsfor
has just '
t ir ,_ more than once in a life time. fine picture of R. B. Woodham with -W. 8. g. and 50 to 75 cents higher on clipped' district felt confident his people hire Bailey's. tran.ter. lilt
% lambs with a week ). be rolled at that time
compared : ag could together
his regiment "somewhere in Eng FLAG DAY CELEBRATED TODAYThe FARMERS-Bend today for a free .ample
is said to- have lambs 19.50 fat sheep basket
Black smallpox land." Mr. Woodham joined the. engineers O. O. Howard Post and the Ton spring ; and approved the idea of a copyof.tho Florida Farmer and
broken out in the Krupp, munition in Canada months 'agoThe Sedgwick Circle Ladies of the G. A. $13.50 to '$14; clipped lambs $17 to dinner. Stockman published at Jacksonville.. .
some ,
.plant. 'Well, we don't know any place R. will celebrate Flag -Day this afternoon $17.75; canner nnd chopper sheep $7 Mr. Hill of Narcoossee spoke in favor Tells about livestock railingdairy*
Inir poultry, citrus fruit and truck*
-1 we would rather it would break out Gazette office has just received at their ball in the Casino building to $10.'v.. _ of the general picnic on that day Ing. twice a month at EOo peryear-
the intelligence of the' death of "with a eocial afternoon followedby 5. II and expressed. his belief that Nar- three yeara for tl.OO. Only livestock
Whether you are a member of the Mrs. Oscar Derbyshire, which occur ,a picnic supper. SPLENDID VIEW OF ECLIPSE coossee could be depended upon. and general .farming paper In the
J I Red Cross or not, you should pay one red last night. The funeral services w. a. II WITNESSED KISSIMMEE s Mr. Bryant of Campbell Station tate. Write today.

: dollaT into the'' treasury this month will be held today. A more extended KISSIMMEE 'SIGN'PAINTER said the plan of calling the people FOR RENT-Furnished rooms or
.to help on the work of 'this greatest notice will be given next week. Considerable interest" was exhibited together for the day was the only apartmenta for light housekeeping.
;mother, in the world." .. LANDS BIG CONTRACT here Saturday and practically the practical one and pledged his sup In .modern, convenient houne, cloae In.
; Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Bennett and .- entire population of the city set the port and that of his district. Mr. B. B.lte Wela.Mabbette Real F..tate Phone and 14 In-*.
A heavy shower Saturday night Mrs. S. B. Moody of Waycross. Ga., J E.;: L. Green. the well known patytt- ordinary occupations aside to wit Mr. Partin stated that without .ul'ftnct.
"b ',broke the continued drought and re- arrived on Wednesday to spend a few er, who has just completed a painting neil the unusual phenomenon of the doubt Center.: Park would observe the 'VANT -::fo hear from parties In
; suIted in cooler weatherfor, this see- days with Mrs. J. W. Thompson and contract on tihe Consolidated Cattle sun being extinguished before his dav as suggested.: city who have residence property
for aale. If price U right, wfllpayspot -
.tion. Subsequent rains are doing family. Mr: Bennett is a nephew of company's ranch, has just closed .another schedule time. As the hour approached Mr. Lawun expressed his approvalof cash. Box: III City U-itpdXOTICH
much to make the corn crop 'here. Mrs. Thompson The. tarty will .return contract with the Florida State when the eclipse was to the interest shown, especially from I

'. to Waycross Monday. Automobile Association for the painting take place people, who had provided these districts, and expressed it as I . '
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:; Art air pJanemail route has been ; and erecting of road signs from themselves"with smoked. glasses began his belief that Osceola county would The Board of County Cotnmlaaloner. '
_. established between ,New York and News has boen, received that the Miami to New York and from Tampato to scan the heavens. Promptlyat make an enviable record in this drive.. of ClMceola County, Florida. will meet oJ
_ Washington. Did you ever< try to carin; which A. E. Donegan and MrMcLeod Chicago. The total amount of the 5:41 a slight shadow began to encroach Visit St. Cloud Today. a. an equalization board at their regular -'
:; the In.yention were driving along' the Toad will between' the brilliant disc of the session, 'July lat, 118, for the
: : figure out what will be latest contract aggregate $8- upon During the meeting a suggestionwas purpoae of equalling the. assessed
twenty years from how T' from Sanford to New' Smyrna skid. 000.00 and $12,000.00. The signs will l sun's light, approaching from the made by Miss Elizabeth Aultman valuation of both Real and 1'eraonal,
ded f.nd turned over. .Senator Done be placed on the Dixie Highway' and Southeast quarter .if the expression I that the week previous to this drive property In Oaceola County Florida.
:. .The 'rattlesnakes of the 'sea have Bran is now in New Smyrna resting the National Highway.' Mr. Green might be allowed, and, gradually be (observed 81 "self-denial] week" J 1. OVERBTREBT.Clerk Circuit Court.

: orossed-the, ocean and- ,stuck their from his Injuries which -are, not as secured this contract over.,a'number, growing larger, and larger.' Little when everyone give up some accustomed t'-lt Osceola County Florida. r.
. :fang into America's.shipping at.her serious, as were at first reported.Captain' J. of other painting firms. diminution' in the light was noticedtill pleasure car rides for instances '

:: ''...ry ,door. Now watch the enlistments ', rion'Carson ...of Company w. a. s. shortly before the second of total and lay that sum aside for Luxuries as usual means a victorious C't

from- 'red blooded Americans F, 55th Inf.,' with his family,' COUNTY COURT ADJOURNS eclipse when the growing twilight; this purpose. Miss Aultman suggested -' Germany. Save and buy War '
.crow :number. arrived home, last Veek on a short deepened to'darkness. But this was that the moral effect would be far Savings Stamps. .\'
County Judge's court adJourn d on little noticed for the undivided at. wrester than even the sum saved. i
furlough to 'visit his relatives and
-"On: June ii<<, 1918, our flag, the Star friends and to settle his family.here. last Saturday.' The case disposed of tentlon of the-watchers was centeredon The' suggestion was unanimously Are you buying'' War Savings and
t .Spangled Banner, will be one hundred They will the residence owned on Friday and Saturday were: old Sol who was''tenacious of hill supported "and Chairman Wagner Thrift Stamps systematically If

_ -TAP 'mnd forty-one years old-old but ever by Mrs. L.occupy C., Smith on Sumner street. M. Orteca, charged with illegally sway and flung out -what seemed tobe asked that special mention be made. not, begin today and form the habit..
young.., We call it Old Glory for it Capt. Carson returned to his military soliciting laborers. Noble pressed.The a double circular or irregular of itMessrs. : ; .'1 ,J f"-;; "'

ii. '_>, itaads for the glory of doing right duties at ckamAuga Park, near: case against F. M. Hayne, shape light which' produced a remarkable Lawton, Wagner, Wither' ,You are asked to cut your/beef, ;.,;,f!
t **d living right. It has ever stood Chattanooga, Tlleed:: .. charged-- with illegally soliciting, laborers effect a-rajnst the back.. spoon and Evans visited Stj Cloud today ration down to pound and a quar.ltf\"p!
.. ;:wr the best-the right-and its red, ,\.. went to the jury and resultedin ground of "absolute blackness. : For carrying out the arrangements tar a -week. The present,? price 'of};:'.,, ,
o wktte .and blue hrve floated to the Dr... -_.. _- a verdict of "not guilty"- for: 'the' not more than half a minute did the for this drive. " > <'. .- ,; beef win make this ta easy: &
: breeze ever more' proudly in the 'face DISTRESS WARRANT ISSUED defendant. ; shadow'conceal the sun, when a brilliant < satriflce.)4Crisco
t,. of adversity. It has never been unfurled John Padgett,- B. D. Spruce "1t, Ti- light began to eat into the ---. :;
i I., ; in a cause other than of Lib- AGAINST BOB SAVAGE son, Jim Nelson Robt. Riedef 11. L. shadow and soon consumed it, leaving
and Green, A.' B. Beil. Mrs., Faanle ;"Bass
; t ert7' righteousness. It has never the earth ogain -undisputed day
learned '
t been defeated. When Henry O. partin' yesterday and W. M., Wilson' all charged 'with light.

$ that "Little Bob" Savage with operating a vehicle without rear The next eclipse of the sun will Peruse These. Prices Well
his whole family, had moved onto this light. The all nolle
cases were '
; Preparations are being made tor pross-. occur in 1923, five years hence.
home known
the
an intensive campaign which will place as 'Shiver ed. W. 8. B.
Place," onthe eastern border of the 'V.II.SCOMMISSIONERS -
11- culminate on .June 28th with meetings county, he immediately' had a' distress MORE OSCEOLA MENCALLED WE WILL HAVE NO MORE FOR TWO WEEKS. AS WE HAVE -
: in the various school districts IN EACH CO TO COLORS
warrant issued with the result
I 4; where every patriotic ;American. Isexrcted.to that Bob Savage and, his two sons CAN SEND BOY TO UNIVERSITYThe DONATED THIS SPACE TO TH E GOVERNMENT FOR TWO
The local board has
come,out and if- he has exemption received -
pledged hlmself'to' the were in town this morning looking a call for 13 more wIdth men WEEKS. RESPOND WELL AND HELP LICK THE BOCHES.FOR .
to their bond. 'boy who has been graduated
I I ,full amount he ia able to invo t'dur- for someone go on to; entrain between the dates of Jlme
ing the remainder of the .he is Bob Savage appears to have been from the high school nnd is seeking 24 and '29, the exact date not beng:
: expected then and there year to pledge fair enough to give Partin notice of entrance into rn advanced course of stated. They will be sent to Ca/iip. SATURDAY large can .....__... 1.85

1E himself to the extent of his ability. his intended invasion some days ago, study should not overlook the oppor- Jackson, Columbia S. C. The names Bla !i.eye peas, lb. ........ .11 Crisco, medium .....-_.____ .90 .
) Th government has already so Partin.took the precaution of post>> tunity afforded by the state law, of these men r-re: Lima Beans, lb. ._!_.__.____ ,15 Crisco small _....._.....__ .45'
t I. the prospective revenue apportioned of lng'obis property with trespass signs. Chapter 6837, No. 31, under which Clifford H. Sackhoff Good Prunes, 2 Ibs. --?____.? .25 Sweet Feed! 100 lbs. ______ 3.35 .
$2,000,000.000 for War Savings and It was evidently not intended to be a the: commissioners of each.county can Hurbert Emery HollvnbeckWalter Best Evap. Peaches 16c 2 Ibs. .30 Oat, 100 Ibo. ?..?___*_____ 3.60

i $ 4 ia now calling on every 'state to fur- temporary' occupation as the family provide a free scholarship to the Universityof Lester Barclay Cheese, lb. ..___.-........... .30 Corn, 100 Ibs. ____.__-..,____ 3.c 0'
\ nih its quota-or furnish pledges of: moved with their household 'goods, Florida college of agriculture Grovel. Henry 1 Velvet Bean Meal ____4__-* 2.30
c iU quota. Osceola's share of this Including dogs, chickens and the family : ,: Not all counties have created a Clarence Milliard Barber U. S. Smoking, pkg. .__.____ .05. Alfalfa Meal -_____-_____ 2.60 -
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mount. is fixed at $260,000, and it tat. and probably some hogs.Savage's the scholarships, but a few boards of Ernest V. Jeffers Prince Albert, pkg. ---.__._ .14 Cotton Seed Hulls'________- 1:60
) 'will take united effort to raise it, view .of -the question pommissioners have made the necessary Henry Cooper Johns George Washington] pkg. .. .OF Best Creamery Butter. Ib., '._ .50

( put it must and will be done. seems to be that as he and his wife provision under the law. Lacey ,Earle Johnson Stag, pkg. __.:..___________ .05 Minced 11amlb.. __________ .28
had deeded the property away some The scholarship is to bf sufficient Walter Sylvester Velvet, pkg. ...,___________ .11 3 lb. 7 oz. pkg. Rolled Oats .30
NOT NOW BUT SOON 1 years ago, his heirs being minors, to pay the board and lodging of one Lora Raulerson i Tuxedo, pkg. -_?______...... .10 Potted Ham can .......... .05
... On Saturday, June 22, local cattle had had no' say in the matter, and Student for one year and is to be Arthur Owen Crosby Camel Cigaicttes, pkg.------ .14 Vienna Sausage, can ___.... .10

owners have called a meeting for all therefore he has a perfect right to re- awarded to the young man ranking Dosier Smith Renos, pkg. _______________ .06 Corn Beef Hash, can, 13c, 2.. .25
fr ..c live stock owners to be present at the occupy it. Partin's contention is that highest in competitive examination Willis Goldston All other, pkg. _____4_____. .05 Beef, Pork and Veal Loaf cr.n .15
-; 'county court house to meet state and he bought tihe property and it belongsto The*student, in accepting the scholarship A group of colored men will be Pillabury'Flour, 24 Ibs. (with Household Ammonia, bot.._. .10

": federal officers and make plans for him and to no one else, and he is signs a certificate agreeing if sent to Camp Dix near Rightsville, substitute) __u___.__.. 1.60 Blueing, bottle ___._-_-_.... '.05-
;f prepared to defend his claim. capable and otherwise qualified, to Flour Potash large .......... ,.10 ,
'.i, an; effective campaign to eradicate N. J., next week. Notices have been Barley per lb. ...... .08 can .
-, .the cattle tick from Osceola county. W.8. a. engage in agricultural pursuits in sent out to these to entrain on the Fancy Head Rice, lb. '__.__. .10 Cal. Peaches, heavy syrup .. .25

4 _. .f, ':This county has long viewed the'localities WEEKLY EPORT OF SALESOF this state shall All applicants forthe list of.-J-rme. 'The'nll-mea-are as follow WaterGround, lb. _____._.__ '.06 Cal. Peaches small __.-..._.. .14
;: where. no ticks 'infested theitock THRIFT STAMPS scholarship be eligiblefor admission : Rumford Baking Powder lb.. .25 Tomatoes, No. 1 can 10.c, 3 fon .25

I with envy but the feeling failed to bite/ University.This Henry Brown Best Salt Bacon, lb. ....____ .32 Tomato Pulp, lOc, 3 for ..__ ..25
offers
to erystalize into definite action toWard W. B. Makinson Co. _......_..A712 to an school excellent opportunity Ernest Hart Good White Bacon lb.._...._ .25 Best Early June Pecs can _.' .14

b bettering the conditions here H. M. Katz _____._______ .____ 4 bas some not the high graduate fundsto1, \who Thomas Everson Breakfast Bacon, lb. .....4.. .45 Small cans ...___.........,,... .09 .
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,:'till recently when the board of county Bon Ton Hat Shop ___.._ .16WennerSaw'or started toward necessary advanced get: Ed Peters .- Sliced Ham Ib.i ......'...... .40 Maxwell House Coffee, ccn __' .32
' :ommissloners set aside an appropritlon Co. for ----- in an educcvAion Manuel Jennings Salmon, per can ..._______- .15 White House Coffee, can .... .85 .

"' to build dipping vats to further Public school ____.___....__ 69 will probably agriculture.find Once the started, he James Weathers Salmon, per can .___._____ 18 Senate, best there i* _-_-._-_-, .85

: "we efforts of progressive cattle men H. C. Stanford ________..___..,... 2 means to continue in the necessary Will Fuller I I': ; 1. Argo Salmon ..____________ .28 Arbuckles ___1_-__1:-._______ .24 '
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course. '
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I) 0 built .auch vats at, their own cxeet1ng Henry Johnston : Bull Head Catsup, hot. 13c 2 .25 Mince Meat, pkg _.__-__-.-.. .10
Story Store __..._-____._?__.*. 1 The nation' needs men trained in I ,
"' G. W. Persona .L: __,____........ 32Central. agriculture not only'now but in the Will Byrd .1 I Eba Milk can ._______...._ .05 Best Evaporate Peaches __- ,.16 .
: .. in the! state is rapidly Drug Store .._ ..;...-..,.. 2 future, for there 'rill be n continual Joseph Henry Lesesne Eagle Milk, can'____________ .22 Best Smoked Ham, Ib. _._.-.- .83 \

c '.-rowing and county after county,has Lawrence' Tress -_.____-........ 21 demand as time passes .regardless of Leon Battle Mohawks, can .____________ .15 Jar Rings, dox. ___-.;___.-.; .04
,, traced its boundal'J'rith aline This is a small showing. Evidently the length of the world War is General Edy i Carnation, can __,___.._._._ .06 Best Red Itings, doz.j.: .___... .10
nelgiibors war. Johnnie H. James lIb. Cocoa ._._____.._. .25
4 4M' .to -its tick-infested the buyers are resting for I the St. Charles, can ____. ____ .06 can
... ; some mason wasting products of the soil as u
-\ John Plummer Blue Label Vaselino bot ,____ .05
...u far and.no farther. Infect, Perhaps/they are getting ready well as those of the and 'this Van Cump's Milk, can ______ .06 .. .
factory "
_ (; ',... who are poeted in the matter for tho big drive that Is surely com waste must be fly-de good by greater Ed DavU. _ _ Pet milk. Baby, can ....____ .06 Turpentine, bottle ..._;.._.--__ .10
_.- f. have,given it careful consideratlan ing.. farm production. w. a. s Karo No. 10 ..__....__.___ 1.00 Caster Oil,' '.)ottle _"_.___";-..' .10
,;' are of the opinion that it will be ,W Witherspoon ,. Chairman.DEMONSTRATION W. .. .._' WAR. SAVINGS DRIVE DISCUSSED Light Karo, No. 6 .......-__- [50 Castoria, bottle -_____...'..< .30
1Jy a matter eta few years till sys- w. .. e, BARBER AT COURT HOUSE Alaga Syrup, gal. _._____- 1.15 Thread, spool ........._... .05
-" tIe, and"compulsol'1' 'dipping, of JOSH, PROMOTED (Continued from Page One) Atega Syrup, %-jral. ______ .53 1 Camphor bottle .._.._..___ ,.10

,. i win be state-wide and this INPRESERVING TO FIRST LIEUTENANT. Alaga Syrup, No. 2 ......____ .22 Salts, box ..4--__--___...;.;. ..-05

1 industry will be> freed from the EGGS Kyrtance of 'organizing War Savings Alaga Syrup, No. X .?_____.. ,17 -All 'Other Things .Accordingly ,
;- rV when,millions of dollars,will Seven,, second lieutenants in the Societies and of establishing agen- "7.v 1 -'-,
; _Wd-.which are); now worse than Miss ,Alblna Smith;, county agent 24th infantry move been promotedto des in all the banks and other places EVERYBODY INVITED TO 'INSPECT k ; '
: L-' for Oaceola-eoOllt 1',' will give a demonstration rank of first lieutenants, according of F business in the county and insisted OUR SANITARY STORK ,
""county Via: to be praised ,in preserving eggs in water to orders received at,the Dixie divi- that! it was the patriotic duty of ,AND .GET.PRICES.. *0i Motto Lit' Cordiality* M6 w... lo"thi. '''' ? iIt. '

.h.ialiasljzgnplnth.flrstranks. ,glass next Wednesday at the ion 'Thursday. They 'ere Second these institutions to keep the stampeon pound .r.cI'100. Cent on the Dollar., ,. '? ,,:, \-:..?: ",
I ooonUaa in tId a,effort and it is Stanford building-. Stewart avenue Jeuts., Y. G. Pore, Langley Sperry, hand ready for sale and not mere-
- .d the cattle men ..will'stand ,solck at 9 p. ra. Miss Smith itates'that G. W. Seaton; J,. .L. Barber C*. R. y'.accept' the agency and 'direct its : :
_.I. 'of. what has already been the indications are that egg will sell Parmley Wallace Gaskill and A: C. customers to the postoflice or, other CUT.PWCE CASH GROCERY
.. laud ....... individual fnfluthU fort possibly 75 >cents per dozen'this togers. Their promotions will date points for:the stamps. ,
- ......' "county winter. Egg can now be purchased from the first of June. TheIr'newcommission He urged the active co-operation!
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1 INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS 11 1 In, town.: ' : PROGRAM'

Marion Godwin of Okeechobee is !

' .Charles Donegal, of Deer Park, Douglas Fairbanks at the basin. spending the.week .in: town.. :

pent Saturday, in town.. tonight, '"Over There," .thrilling war drama' raystoncTheatre

The" Woman in the W b" begins R. L.: EVans of'Narcooeaee. was in next Friday. at the Casino.., JUNE ,17-22 _
u Monday, July I, at the Casino. town ' ,
Saturday :' B, U. Guy of KenansviUe visitedthe '

Keep your eyes healthy with' Lav-. Tomorrow fa the last day of the city yesterday on business.. -

{; optik.. Guaranteed .by, Central Drug Central 'Nurse contest, I Mrs. J.. Wade Tucker'. spent several -INNOCENT MONDAY rnOGHKSS

,Store. H. O. Partin of Ft. Christmas was days at Jacksonville this week. t.'..1..*. Stark*)

t: Mr. and Mrs. 'G. C. Outlaw'of St. in Klssimee .turday on business.! H. L. Overstreet of'Campbell Sta- 14th'. EplaodsMVe.ae..e..4 tk. a
k0'' Cloud are spending the'week In town
tion visited the city -yesterday. on TUESDAY
: visiting relatives. The Central's Nurse has a messagefor
you today that is valuable. She's business. ,. HIDKR Ol' TILE NIGHT
Misses Alva Fortner and Pearl) wise. Read it. 'Pearl White' in "The House of (V..I. D..a) A
..- Creel left Saturday for Tampa to WEDNESDAY
Miss M. C left week Hate beginning Saturday Jelly 6,
enter a business college. Bryan this for THB LITTLE
Knoxville to attend summer school at at the Casino. C4OI.,_ ._lIe C __....
k' Preserve your'eggs for winter'use. the University' of Tennessee' J. C. Griffin motored to Orlando "MattJe."' (Flah.r,
,
Water glass for sale by Centralprug
Store. C Judge G. F. Parker and family ofOkeechobee Wednesday bringing back with him THURSDAY i ,
r visited relatives in. Kis his brother.. S. S. Griffin, "ACB HIGH" (FoxT. ) iii
-. < .. Mix) *
Mesdamcs J. S. Cadet M. Kate, ,simmee and Orlando this week. Mrs. Kenneth Butler and daughterleft A Western Feature h 1'h
Kate and A. W. Bl V. V9r+ (Vlt.
Edgar- Bailey motored r
Wednesday to join Mr. Butler at
WitherspoonTpastor
Orlando Dr. W. B. ; of
to on Monday .
Macon, Ga., where-they will reside. ,FRIDAY
ry ,the Presbyterian church spent- Tuesday .
FOR RENT-Furnished flat with in Lake Alfred on ecclesiastical i FEATURE DAY- 1*. SO i '
; Fold
i We will give you a Japanese MOVER THKHK" ( \
modern improvements. W. B. Harris.! business. .
Fan with purchase oLNy- (A thrllllnir War
ing every
Gazette office. 14tiMiss' al s articles at Central Drug Store II.! ._ I.* <".."11'. Tw. Hrrla
Postmaster Lane Poulk has moved 1
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a ,(Made, up of guaranteed i [
Lenore Fortner has returned his family out to the pleasant country Phone 41.Private.

from a visit with her' grandparents, .home of George Babcock, near ( Joe Prevatt arrived home SATURDAY I ,,, !
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. pike at' Eagle Orange Center for a ten days' out "NANCY COMES HOME") (
this week from Camp Jackson Co (MSrlla L...) .
Lake. ing. S. C. on a ten day furlough 14th Episode. ...... ].. ._ .
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"Over There" Is a story you will I, Mrs. D. G. Francis has returned 1"th mother, Mrs,,;Sarah, Pre+att. TUB LOST

never forget end will make-you more :from an extended trip through Illinois H. Dinkla of Campbell Station i -
?, ., proud of your soldier son, brother, or ,-Ohio, Kentucky Tennessee and .has gone to Tampa for instruction in Coming: next week: .
sweetheart.! Georgia, where she has spent the past "THH MASQUE! "OK !
the school of navigation, Dr.- pinkla Your Step !
year hails from Holland And used to be a writE'KA.SER> the
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the
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of .
Corporal
:: .stroup Aviation '' BEAST Of BERLIN" .
service came up from Arcadia Myron-Kenney, who sold his property .sailor. > ,

t Friday for a five days'' furlough wit/i on Mabbette -street to C. H. Mrs.. J. W. .Prentlat and daughters, warning has !become one of almost
his parents. Grantham last week, left for Deland
Misses left
Lilian and today
Muriel
where he will spend some time before I for Tallahassee to attend the sessionof When'you buy War Saving prominence and importance, in
1re.ltra' Bass with her grandchildren going north. you do not 'givyou I' I
Clyde and Dot Royal, spent the summer acheol at the State 'effort to guard against achdentand ,
;w Wednesday' in Lakeland visiting her Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Nelson l left Sun University. -4 Attorney Milton" Pledger .

daughter, MreG. .C. Allen. ,day-for a trip to Waco, Texns. where Mrs F. C. Bryan and !Misa Emma business trip to DeLand' dri

'Mi' they go on a visit to their sons, Wal- Yowell left today for Knoxville to at Roaring, Lions-and I .
.. Mary Reynolds returned home >
ter and who in the avia-
this week from Kissimmee where she Clyde are tend the summer school of the South is the title of the laughable Could
tion service there.: I( Kitchen Cabinets Talk
had been the past twq weeks employ- which. is controlled by the Univer-' Sunshine .comedy at' the
''ed In A bank.-Leesburr Commercial. I J. L. Copeland and* wife accompanied -' sity of Tennesoee.! night.,

' Misses Virginia Tiller, Lillie Dale I by Mr. Lyons of Sanford, motored "Net" Carson, youngest son'of Mr. 'Mr.. E., L Chapman 'of L .It Would Say
1 to Kissimmee Sunday. They and Mrs. N .B.,. Carson who 111 Just passed through the city
M; and Jean Thomas expect to leave on l I were the guests of Mrs C. E. Franklin 1'1
and
Let time
Saturday'for Gainesville for returned from school at Gainesville way to New York, and steps' me save you un
an eight
at her'home on,, Emmett street. '
left Tuesday for Jacksonville to en-
weeks' course in the summer. .chool'l I Mrs. Bartow Dutton and baby, accompanied list'in military service. E.'D. Hogan drove up : by providing a place for everything, '

.,i: Mrs. T.' G. Duke is at'' man in his car yesterday
now
by her sister Gt'nevalcft' find everything in its place systemati
haven mother who Mr. and'Mrs.> M. Katz; accompanied out to his orange prove to :
nursingher is
very ill. Her daughter Mrs. B. G. after Wednesday a pleasant for her months'Georgia visit home withher by'Mrs.motor to and Mina Plummer.Mrs.expect and to fertilizing;and working the, arranged, out 'lof the way ,

Methvin of Sanford is taking care of parents, Mr. and Mrs.' J. Z. Rob- Daytona Sunday. the Mrs. Mabel Qualms when needed.
her other children. Miss Plummer will spend remainder but in its place
f" erson.D. : of the 'summer there. turer of state wide fame .

I&F Lightning struck the steeple of the W. Aldermen cad family visited; Miss "Frances Dodd arrived here Kissimmee to the at people an on early 'housewife'afriend
speak myself the !
Christian church during the electrical
his parents at Okeechobee Cty: several from Kingston. Ga., Thursday weekto .vitalinterest.. *
storm on Tuesday. A rent '
large was this week returning homein
'day. dividend.:
take the place of Miss Bessie pay.her a
torn in the steeple the shingles being I time for' Mr. Alderman to leave Moueley. in the Citizens Bank.' Miss ./. Capt. H.j: M. Breaker. many ,' r'"
strewn all over the streets. Friday for' the military training Beaver Pa. a/ ,
Dodd is a sister of. Cashier..Roger Tuesday'from ,
'"Over There," 'Select's patriotic camp at Gainesville., /, Dodd. had taken the body of H. C. cie: line, of Sellers Kitchen Cabi

photo-drama, in which the work of Dr. J'. D.: Sibert, pastor of the'F1rst Mrs. S. F. 'Schwinn, of Savannah, 24.who died lie also in Formosa visited hospital Call and see them. '
the Red Cross featured, is Mid to Methodist church, with A. M. Harvey
Ga. hed two interesting and
accompanied by ington' Chattanooga.

wave be riding of popularity.'throughout on a' steadily increasing the and J. McPhatter, motored down to daughters, Arabella and Elizabeth "......... -...................
Winter Haven! Tuesday to attend the are gueeto of her sister Mrs. Miss Katherine Burns
,entire country. Quarterly''conference of their' church. G. W. Persons. They will .pend some been the attractive guest of !

t' Ernest Green'received a'cablegram The party returned yesterday., time here. lie Rogero left for her home NTHAM
# Miss Burns ,
land Friday.
from his son-in-law Private Ropers, Dr. J. D. Sibert has offered his .
Mrs. F. J. Van Duzer received a teered for service and has
this week to this effect: "Here. Well. services for the Y. M. C. A. work and J STORE -
wire Tuesday telling of Khe safe arrival pointed second-class yeoman / ?
Write. Rogers' enlisted in the en-I I ha.. passed the physical"examination.Dr. -at Vandalia;;. Mo., of her granddaughter -; leave for Key West soon.
irineers corps at Savannah not morethan Sftrtrt would be barred from foreign Miss Lenore who left hereto will be those of private KISSIMMEE TLA. .

'a month ago. but has service volunteered Oil'account for of age work.limit, spend the summer with,her,father,< colonel,in the reserve,corp. ",".........,_on..
home V. F,, Van Duzer.
L.: E. Voorhees of :f.rcoossee was

prominent among the visitors in Kisaimmee Mrs. M. E.:; Westfall and her daughter =: .' John Witherspoon who ----
F. W. Hill of Nr rcoossee, vice! precedent ,
-
wJ Saturday, combining business Miss Alpha returned Friday a student Maryville --e i :
of the Citizens Bank, was in four .
with pleasure. As usual Mr. rifle Tenn., the past
from Greensboro N. c., where thev town, yesterday' on business. Mr. .
at
vacation :
Voorhecs mission 'was in the .Interests have been enjoying a month with pending hU '
that his
Hilt son, Victor who
of the Red says Tenn., and experts to return
Cross. also 1'M
friends. During their trip they is ,
joined the Mercantile ;Marine now ville and enter the senior ,
:,l',, Misses Eleanor and Celeste Mose- visited Camo. Wheeler, nuT Macon in New York working in the commissary September unless- he is.call -

',,< ley and Manic Witherspoon, who are Georgia. I 'deportment. colors of his country ALAN J.')MACDONOUOH

enrolled in the regular course at Lieut. Marion Carson accompaniedby Sheriff L. H, Ingram .and .family ,time. *r., 'r"*' a.

Maryville, Tenn.,, returned.horn Saturday . his family,' arrived home fromChattanooga returned from Arcadia Wednesday,1, & MacDONOUGH '
for the summer. Miss Eleanor,: last week on a brief fur- where.they have been visiting' Mrs.Ingram's . ,
.' *
graduated from the Institution I Lieut. Carson returned to his : 'If?. !
lough.
brother. Dr. Simmons. Mrs. :>
;:
; ct Engineer Architect
The rebuilding of Mach .BrothersI I duties at Camp Oglethorpe on Tues- Ingram and daughter have been there Let Me .. .' ,* ', '
'
is When day, while- his family will remain for some time, and Mr. Ingram join- .. CITIZENS BANK-BLDfl. 4
garage proceeding rapidly. i .
here for time with relatives.
some
ed them last Saturday
finished there will be much more I Examine i..
\ room than in the old structure. The Mr., and Mr .- Leonard Williams ,
Mach Bros: expect to be able to open and son Cosmo of Loughman drove fl.' .L.' Lupfer, Sr., left Thursdayweek -
'for' New York and )Pennsylva! '
up for business about'July 1st. up in their car and spent Mondayin nia. While in Pennsylvania Mr. Your Eyes
this city seeing friends and shopping -
,: 1 Mrs Martha Riedel and Miss Laura and Orlando. ''Mr. Lupfer will attend a family reunion ,
in this
, .' ... Stein sisters of Mrs. Robert'Rie- city at his mothers home in W gh'ts-; 'x
I
of the Everglade
',, Williams has ctfarp-e
; S',' ': del, left Thursday of last -week after vine: He expects to meet his two 'Ihave the scientific
," .'" CypressCompany's logtfng{ Iope|'a- brothers there.' from Portland, and.the :: r
:i spending two weeks at her home. one for determining '
i '. They returned to Chicago after a tions at; Thonotosassa. Ore., and the other from"Buffalo; also for correcting any and all Is thereAnything

.,... four weeks' trip through Cuba. R. .E. McLaughlin of Okeechobeewas his sister from Denver. He will prob- MATTER
of vision NO
,
ably'arrive home next week J
in Kissimmee' this week{ attending -
'.' Mrs. W. J. Fripp left Thursday ''to business matters and greetinghis ture of "you case. If

,f. night to spend the' summer 'with her many friends. Mr. McLaughlin GLASSES do not' fit you ,
sister at the old home in Ohio near is of'' the Okeechobee telephone FIRST CLASS
.Ic' . Urbana. Miss Carolyn accompanied owner ly, call on me. the Matter :
.
look after matters
while here to con-
,'11'. They return for
; nected with that business.Mr. ? light. with
i I ;.(; : ;1.' the opening of'school in September, v You are invited to call your
i,, .t." ., ,
Nelson' 'and
and Mrs.; A. S.
,'i. :"{ ;'": Miss Marian Sargent, with .her lit. Miss Gledeon, Crowder'' of this city, sultation and advice. '
,"\\t'p. ;::1"' tie'niece.[ Christine Reeves left Saturday and Miss Daveda Lockhart of Orlando C. SING Eye "
Proprietor '
I. '. Mrs. ,
\ for Tampa to Join F. P.
::. left Sunday\ for. Dallas Texas to :
}t'j'.: .,I,,.;;. ;,.: .' Reeves-of Avon Park for.. day's out- visit Mesrs.. Walter and Clyde Nelson 11 DARLINGTON 'AVE DR. E. S Ear
i
t. Mrs.Reeves
oj ing. and
//1 son, Feraie
' who are stationed in the aviation .All Laundry hand washed' and.
,
; .
:\ .
will here
return., Monday: with Miss Occultist
to Optician
camp nt.that place. They, expect band ironed. -
Sargent to be her guests'for a1! few Nose
be 'about-three weeks, and will
gone
Care taken to prevent any dam- '
days. Kansas be- West 'Church "
visit friends in Wichita age. All kinds of laundry workat 28 l' "
Judge and 6rs.: A. W. Sargent fore returning, home.' tho right pr1 es. No injurious ORLANDO f LA. or 'of

came up from their home at Avon Bradentowh friends of Cairo Trim- chemicals used. Right prices. .

ati, : Park this week for a few days', visit ble, who has been in Akron, Ohio, for ThroQ.t'l I
:"r:11, ,, 'with their daughter Miss Marian the past, year will be interested to .
'
,' '
-- Sargent. On their return they will Las --- -" ":
', learn that he recently enlisted' in :'
" t '
'
, be accompanied by their ':'grandchildren Uncle Sam's navy. He will visit his ': I;
; ; Christine and Fernie Reeves, parents in Kissimmeo before enteringthe ..-P ,"",. '''''I:

;) ;I; !;-', ,"- who have been hero for some time. !! service'and will probably come to .'...,.,
, .
\ :,':,! /I his
Bradentown for short visit with
a .
t',, ': Mrs. Lewis O'Bryair received a '. i; "
Jt ; Summer ;
"
: Ifr Wad-
e 'Mr. and Mrs
grandparents :. ,
.
.: "," message this week bringing' the sad ",
lii( ;I ','"' intelligence of the death of her uncle, ham.-Manatee. JournaL,< . '! i,.? \ a

'i'iJr.: ':! ,/ Dr. W. B.- Phillips, professor ,at the Mrs. F. 'R. Bridges and son, Francis CENTRAL'S ,NURSE SAYS. : .:| r
"'jJ;':" '''' University of Texas at Houston. The were the:guests of Dr. ,T. D. Si- .' t'i,
;:" 1 news came as a shock to Mrs. O'Bry,1"1' ,' bert and family this, week while en Open Monday July 1.. Is your,most valuable,asset., 'L: ;a*| }<
who had received word of his -
an, no ,
route home from Enterprise, where '
., them Don't wait '"to get
*, healthy. .
_' *
"r: illness. Th telegram did not give they were attending"the, state con. |
': : any particulars 04. his death. vention ,of the Women's Mistonary For Public School Pupils who failed to make their ,, begin ,treatment. "A stitch In. .time '

., + ,', ,"., I societies, and Jacksonville where the *, : ',
,4'
I
The many friends of' Rev. W. H.! state convention of the Epworth
,"" ", Coleman the former popular pastor "' {!,.
I Leagues were held. Mrs. Bridges returned Lavoptlk to keep your eyeswell ,
" ", of the Ocala Christian church, but 'to her home Tuesday: evening RATES, : and '
t- ." .when sore. It costs only 50c ;
now of Kissimmee; where he has a and her son will continue his visit .
'-.\ magnificent charge,.arrived in our for several days., Payable In Advance Eye.Cup'free. \ j;., :
city on Wednesday for a short visit >4
I j u;,' to his former parishioners and Miss Lenore' Fortner
friends. Rev Coleman is. greatly at Columbia college last week in Three Grammar School Subjects week :. health. ;:. ':. J'
',,, pleased with his new'home nnd Mrs.Coleman's the business 'course and expression per ,._. .
.,.'-..," health is very rood indeedTheir department 'and secured her certificate : High School Subjects, per week., .- '. .. .' .'' ". .. 'accessories from us and KNOW .the'i' / '
I' was' awarded a gold medal in '
son,'Floyd Coleman U now engaged '

in with the banking the American business National and lelecat.d the made expression the greatest department advancement.for (having ot ,Special rates'f more than '; w .' .f

enrolled On Saturday pupil from same familyMARTHA '
Dank on Wall street in New York any _pupil one Drug Store'
=- ." City. Young Mr. Coleman. is a, musician Miss Tortner with eleven other mem- '
of some little nn1u.aad during bers of this department contested for BELL HARRIS- 'ORPHA ROSE '
silver medal offered by the W/C.T. 4Place'* '
his leisure.is.devoting much.time to "The Deal .
x! Square .
'J1I 'received this Instructors. ..
his' chosen profession.. His friends. U., of that: city and she .
:'.,;t\-1'!':t 'regret that he U notto, 3me south medal-'also. Miss Fortner's! fiends x PHONE! 4iI .

r this season as Ve had'At first intend- honor justly gratified..atupon tab ., -,.. ',ld
her.
"1/,' Ocala'Pally,Banner conferred, fc fij '

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;. _, _ _ __ '. THfd'1nSSlANE! )'ALLEYGAZm'E, FRIDAY, JUNE* 14, 1918 {"

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SALES ,OF WAR SAVINGS


AND THRIFT STAMPS -

State Bank ::;J .

Up to June lit, which where such spaces are'blank 'have not CHAMBERL'TABlTS

the preparation tor'1.be June drive'to sold any, for the majority of the
banks in Florida receiving their -'
of Kissimmee sell worth f in are
$20,000,000 Stamps
the
supply of stamps through post
\1
Florida the total sale of. stamps offices and these are represented in
through the post/offices is $1,154- the post office" sales. Those receiving r
The of the world 642.66. Hillsborough county is till their supplies through the Fedora
: eyes leading in the amount of total sales Reserve Bank and which are listed j ''IS i just what need, madam. Many
through the poitoffices. At this rateit under the head of bank sales are not THIS you
would'take several years for.Flor- represented in the post office scles. n who were troubled with indigestion, a
ida to absorb its quota of War Sayings While the grand total of sales
{ are on the man who Stamps, and it i. for this pur- through the postoffices and the sallow muddy skin, indicating biliousness and
pose' tho June drive is being inaugu amount of Stamps absorbed by the ,
rated. It is hoped that by June 28th, banks for re-sale show Duval county habitual constipation, have been permanently cured
which has been officialdesignated slightly ahead of Hillsborough. the "'
by President Wilson as War Savings post offico sales for hillaboroug4r' are by the use of Chamberlain's Tablets. Before using ,
Day to either sel U) or pledge for sale considerably ahead, of .Duval county .
during the remainder of the year and it also shows that the actua these tablets they felt miserable and despondent.,. ;
SAVESPAUSE Florida's full of amount in Duval. '
quota stamps. The II sold r
i gross amount of sales does not rep- Following i. a complete report of Now they are cheerful and happy and relish their \
resent the real standing of each of all sales through post offices and of:
these counties, as they are supposedto all stock purchased by banks from meals. Try them. They only cost a quarter.ChamberIain's }
be based on the popoulation.,, the Federal Reserve Bank. Okeechobee M"
t In the report of bunk' sales on the and Flagler counties carry blank '
same sTieet issued by the state direc- spaces, as each one of these counties Tablets *:
tor is represented only the stamps does not report to the Jacksonvilleoffice
\ for a moment, young man, : which have been sent to the banks by but to Ft Pierce and St. Au- '" .
''the Federal Reserve Bank at Atlanta. gustlnej respectively, and the sales --- :, \,t

>a thought to self. The The fact that nosales through banksare uded in the sales reported I THE RED CROSS SPIRIT SPEAKS The Home Guard movemeht may > ; ; .
credited on this sheet does not from St, Lucie and St. Johns '
; counties -I. have appeared to ,some people as a .? ,
problems that confront you now, or mean ;that the banks in counties i ,I kneel behind the soldiers' trench, joke when it; first started, but that i .I.

P. O. Sales Total Sales Bank Sales Grand Total I walk midst shambles,' smear and day has gone past. Today the Home :) o'
will a few years hence. County Month of May P.O.to May 31 to date Thedead stench Guards rapidly being welded into i ia
.__ _ I mourn.I .' body of well trained, and thoroughly "i
Alachua' ?$ 9,709.24 $ 39,805.18 $ 1314.00 $ 41,119.8Baker' "1;,
I Look about yon-the men of affair I la country, state,. nation- .. .._ .*.. < -- -. 1,177.78 1,177.78Bay bear the stretcher and I bend efficient" fighting men and is as "
.... ....... . J O'er Sammy, Pierre and Jack, and well being recognized by military au- ,
t U the world, are lb. men who started to sate early in life, 1,391.45 8,790.00 --- 8,790.00 mend '' ?
training
yes of the best
thonties es one
Bradford ___ ____ 78965 2,145.14 682.06 2,727.27
i What shells have torn.I schools for, the "selects". who are i
Brevard .... ___. 7,163.54 20,245.60 > 20,245.60
the and confidence of the community. "
They late respect awaiting the call to the colors. Many
Broward ,,_.. __._ 1,466.25 4,343.35 4,343.35 wherever'men may dare,
go
._._ .. of the young men who are waiting
Calhoun 967.87
lid""t .1,473.11 1,473.11 I wherever woman's care
-Then look G. the'other the feOow. w o spend all they Citrus j.___ .*..J 1,553.40 2,684,34 .. 2,684.34 go And love can live; for the call are taking advantage
take-they nay hate,a 'food time for:a while,bat what does their Clay ..... ___,_*_ 421.35 1,637.05 1,537.05 Wherever strength and skill can the opportunity efiered'and as a .
Columbta ___. consequence of the\! training that-they ".
,i personality reflect? 2,862.85 19,67598 19,675.96 bring ., i.i.of
S' Dade' .... ...... 12,836.35 62,901,31 10,781.52 73,682.73 Surcease to human sufferingOr have received in the ranks of the
'Pk ,A dollar or so deposited'I this bank will be the DeSoto ';;;___ .._. 4,500.06 11,060.21 2,566.21 18,626.32 solace give. I Guard are ready material" out of
.
which to make "non-Corn. officer 4
honorable Duval ______> ,n}I51,751.72 197,283.54 29,167.88 1226,451.42 .
of independent
nclens aa career. Escambia .. ..._. 20.56450 66,269.85 1145.50 ", 67415.35. I am your pennies and your pounds, with very little additional training ,
Make your. beginning BOW-today. Your bankbook Flagler ..,? ._._ I am your bodies on the roundsOf ing camps.__-_Lakeland Advertiser. .
will pave the way. Franklin .... ... 960.48 '2,216.39 2216.39 pain afar; W. 8. 8.
Gadsden ___. ___ 1,285.75 17,960.76 3,693.74 21,654.60 I am you doing whit you wouldIf Serve abroad or serve at home. f-
: Capital stock _____________.__ ____ ___ 5100,000.00 Hamilton .... ... 1,148.43 3,500.11 .. 3,500.11 'you were only where I could- Boy War Savings Stamps.. f w

Resources over____________________________ 600,000.00 Hernando182.80 1,656.42 . 1,656.42 Your avatar. w. 81'able a. -- y.R';..
Hillsborough ..... 63,878.25.' 216,065.81 9,646.60 226,712.41 You may not be to fight, but 1.
Officers and Director: Holmes .... .... 852.00 2,968.55 -. 2,968.65 The cross on which my arm I wear, you can save and buy War Savings.... ...t"i: ;'..
Jackson ___.:.: <.__. 2,655.64 8,526.02 8,526.02 The flag which o'er my breast I bear, Stamps. t t1v. .
Jefferson .. ..... 695.50 5.543.39 Is' but the sign .8. B.-
4 A. CARSON; President M. KATZ'and E. L.'LESLEY, V-P. 3,715.39 1,828.00
C. LaFayette ____ .. 118.70 1,316.52 1,315.52 Of what you'd sacrifice for him L. E .Voorhees of Kissimmee has ,'
ROMA THOMAS, Cashier Lake ____ _...*_ 3,921.92 11,896.71 300.00 12,196,71 Who suffers on the (hellish rim donated the crop from four acres of
Lee ____ __ ___ 2,359.01 10,684.10 10,584.10 Of war's red line. potatoes to the Red Cross there, and
N.. C. BRYAN N. B. CARSON, M. KATZ, Leon ___.. ??.____ ,r486.85; 10,375.29 10,375.29 --3. II.' Finley.w. t'he ladies are obtaining considerable .
C. A. CARSON, IL FLEMING E. L. LESLEY s. a. from their sale.-Courier Informant -
L vy.. ____ ___. 369.05) 3,637.02 899.00 4,536.02 money .
3.-WADE TUCKER, Director.. Liberty ___. ___.., 422.69 849.25 -,--- 849.25 "Lick a stamp to lick the Kaiser," Bartow.

1 Madison .-i.. ... 624.15 4,547-67 >-, 4,457.67

Manatee .....____ 1,611.18 9162.85 7,719.17 16,882.02
-- ------ -- --- ---- - C. A. CARSON. President. N. C. BRYAN Secretary.The ,
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--- Marion __*_ .... 6650.00 32,205.48 32,205.48 -
INFERTILE EGGS FOR; MARKET Monroe .... .... 4,957.57 14,893.55 6.661.00 21,554.65
Nassau .... ___. 2,223.28 6,831.71 6.14 6,837.85 '
FOR SALE The loss in the United States from Okaloosa ...__. ,.___ 576.25 1,838.83 1,838.83 Waters & Carson :
Jmproper methods of producing and Okeechobee __ ___ ,
TRANSFER LINE handling eggs amounts to millions of Orange __... ____ 8,042.25 42,697.09 2,138.05 44835.14
BAILEY'S. dollars a year.' Probably one-third of Osceola ___. .___ 3846.90 '19,699.57 19,599.67 ;
t \this loss is due to the partial hatchingof Palm Beach .. ._ 5,037.48 38,461.80 1,699.00, 40150.80
:, ',Kissimmee to St. Cloud t fertile eggs which have been allowed Pasco ____ ____... 1,976.58 "f 8,166.09, 8166.09, Grocery Company ,
.to become warm enough to in- Pinellas .... u__ 8,946.82 77,612.94 4,983.10 82,496.04Polk
Three Ford 5-Pau. Touring Can. cubate. This annual loss of good food ___._ _-____ 7276.99 43,198.00 604.60 43802.60
0.. Ford But. can be prevented by separating the Putnam ____ ____ 2902.60 12,060.83 12060.83 "
0o'Stoddard Dayton Track. hens from the mael birds after thehatching' St. Johns .. ...... 5.45858 18,609.87 2,847.00 20,456.87St. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ,.
is male Lucie' _. .. .
The .
On Trailer. season over: 3,684.75 13,169.74 --1 ---- 13,169.74Santa
,, bird serves no useful purpose in the Rosa ..... '682.50 2,065.17, 404.60 2469.77 I .
My hone and famous :strawberry flock during summer, fall and winter Seminole _. ..... 3,057.05 8733.77 8733.77 GROCERIES ,f : ..3X0
patch and all the property I and should be cooked, sold or confined Sumter ____"i___ 2341.75 3,684.49'' 3,684.49
hare in and near St Cloud, Fla.Subscribe immediately after the hatching 'sea- Suwannee ,.. .___ 2,378.32 10,744.67 '10,744.67
tI son is over. Taylor .._.. ..... 862.25 4907.17 .4907.17;
w'e.: g. I i Volusia ___: ..._ .
9,093.85 88,768.19 6,549.46 .44,317.65Wakulla -
.. . 0 400000000 . 0 . 000 .. 0 . 1
ALLIED FOOD SHIPMENTS ____ ,_:_ 414.90 1,140.62 --, 1140.62 '
for the Kissimmee Valley 0I .
,.
Walton ____ ____ 1,191.92 5,607.22 6,607.22 C "
REACH LARGETOTA4A ,
[- Gazette.: WE SELLi 0 WE BUT; (' ,:: 4
,Washington 1,100.80 2118.79. 997.04 3,115.83 fr . .' 'i,. ,. 'T, ;
; If{
,
central Idea of the quantity of .. 'I' .. BAY : :' . \\\i, \ ., .. 1 ,,1", ;ff.
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. food sent to European allies by the ,. $281,153.89 $1,154,642.83 $95,633.67 $1,250,176.33 .. .,',1.\\ "f.. '!iBJDES") "':" '1., '>&

ouR MEATS United States from July ,1, 1914. to B'4. :GRAIN ...... .\\'A-IJ\f\ .1' *. '.' '' .,
'' '
ARe WCttKCPTA January 1. 1918, ts given by figures 14 RECRUTING STATIONS .. '. 'FURS .' .
'.tOY Just announced by the U. 3. Food Ad. FERTILIZER .
Ls ministration In that period the United .. WOOL .
UTtHeRS ADEPT! .
FAR ARMY IN FLORIDATo SHINGLES .
'"' States has furnished complete year + p AND .
N ly rations for 07,100,033! people. In ORANGE BOXES 0 .
addition there was enough extra protein elective > 0 '
accommodate the large service eligible for ALL .
men are
to supply this ot the .
portion diet
'
> .
ORANGE WRAPS, 0
for of volunteers for the different enlistment or induction. The United .
22.194,670 additional .
men. branches of the "Uncle Sam" States Guards are now calling for COUNTRY
The total export of wheat and! wheat has established recruiting army stations at men who have had experience as policemen > VEGETABLE CRATES . .Mt'. .
flour to the three principal allies is the following named places: Jack firemen well organized Na- S. PRODUCE .
equivalent to about 884.000,000 bushels. auardemen a CRATE NAILS 0X000000000000000 I v
'BUTCHER WHO sonville, St. Augustine, Palatka, Fort tional and former mem- '
Pork exports for the 3V4 years amount. Pierce, Miami, Orlando, Ocala, Tampa bers of the army, navy and marine T .. .
l KNOWS HIS BUSINESS ed almost 2,000,000,000 pounds. Exports : Gainesville, Arcadia Live Oak,. corps. Aside from the above branches 0 . 0000 0 0 0 .

fI of fresh beef totaled 443,484,400 Tallahassee, Marianna," and Pensa- the Coast Artillery Corps, Engineer
is in charge of. this market. lie pounds. The amount of food exportedto cola Florida. Much interest is manifest Corps, Medical Department Cavalry, We ae116e1d and'Bardeu seed of all kind. .

purchases only ,the finest meats Russia Is negligible ,compared with in the new Tank Service Corps, Infantry, Field Artillery and Stevedores Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties, I
and bandies th m in a m nnerthat' that seat to the western allies which is calling for physically quail.. (white) Quartermaster Corps, Free delivery in city limits Thone No. 12.
tied men who are familiar with automobiles also different detachments of the We are county agent for food fertilizers Ask us for circular and
insures their when
freshness Drason
motorcycles, tractor drivers, Quartermaster Corps is still open to
fertilizers.
OUR GRANDFATHERS (U. S. Food
1 you welcome' them to your home. and all forms of gas engines. For men of the volunteer age 'between Administration License No. G-22092)

A Our,unfailing courtesy and honest drenched horses for'colic.. That was this. branch both volunteers and se- 18 and 21_and 31 to 40 years of age. 1
; .. .
the old way which was uncertain and "-
methods appeal to folks who be
I
'. nave in getting their rnoneys unsafe.with Fan-is' Colic Remedy does WHAT WOULD YOU DO NOTICE
away !drenching applied on
worth of quality goods. the hone's tonsruo with a dropper 'TO STOP SUCH 'THINGS? Notice is hereby given*to the public Buy less fertilizer: :j jE
which comes packed in each bottle. and patrons of the barber shopsof ,
tl Get it today. -We guarantee it Wa- President Wilson while reviewing Kissimmee that on and after June
ters, & Carson Grocery Co. the Red Cross parade in -New York 17 we are compelled, owing to gen-
r was greeted by a Canadian soldier, eral conditions, to raise the price of
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;City' Market OLD PAPERS FOR w. SALE* -)-lOa A BUNDLE invalided home from the :front, who all 25 cent jobs, to .be on and after use more plant food
}-Good for wrapping had been taken into the .Canadian date mentioned., 35 cents.
f
eta Apply at.Valley aantte.purposes lOtf Army despite the fact that he was Shaves remaining same old price. r
54 years old when the authorities < (Signed) ..
------- ---. -.- .- learned that his son_was one of those GEORGE R. DAYSONJ. Farmersdon'tneed. adyice how to grow their crops or how to;>>
that German soldiers had crucified on .M. ROUSE carrY on their business. but mot will agree that it it sensible this ,
a barn door. What would you do to A. P. TYSON 26-ltpd at least to buy less low grade<< Jertilizer and more high grade and year .
: stop such fiendish things T Do W. S.B.CORRESPONDENTS. to t
you make better of it. It has been
use
4JikrCFopi.: think it much of a sacrifice to pledge WANTEDThe proven that the larger amounts of
yourself to save and. to buy War Sayings . plant food bring the best results. The war has created the opportunity
Stamps T Gazette wants a correspondentIn to test again this truth. Bay less low grade fertilizer-Use the high
W. .. 8, .. every community in Osceola county- Blade and'get more plant food onto the .
Send in the it will help the acre. :
news,
Heavy yields of high class products are' nee's I*** *********************** paper and will keep"your section be- SEND THIS COUPON .;.

.essary to bring a lile net profit 10 the rrowel' The fore the public.w. .;;.
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banner record' for such results tau been held for Your Country Calls Engraved Calling Cards and Wed- Send' me your booklet "Citrus Culture." ,I expect to use ", "

_____ __tons of fertilizer this "
; the last qDarter-cent Jar 1Ideal' season
J ...... ........." ding Invitations, Engraved and Em- ; I

bossed Stationery can' be secured 'at My .Name _-_?. --- ____________
Awake Americans I Ithis -- -------------- _______
the Gazette office. Let show
us you
Fertilizers Make war your war. I our samples and price.. tfJACKSONVIui My Post Office Address.__-______________________________

a ik Every. man must prove 1 My County_____.__..._________--..--. State__.__________ : .

: Send'of for oar Free..also .our Boob G8 all, commercial Right,fa MightIt My Crops for 1918 _.__________ ___________________ __..; ,
en. Florida Spray Catalogue
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: means your liberty, U not your life.. o _
,' SpedaJ advice. gladly given. dr 11 "
Combat.German.propaganda here. ;nl KISSIMMEE '.WAREHOUSE '.

? ry,ytiY7 Attack. everything, on-American Inows . I '--rOLDESr .J.-T. BnrcUulter. Salesman ,
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Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co, '

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THE KISSIIIMEE VALLET, GAZETTE. '....AY. JUNE: 14, 118, ,, SEVW _
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:i LEMONS. U SIN to-be offered. for aal in the City of I(pan,.. a. corporation, aa plaintiff _ _
Of'RExA Tired Weak and Kisslmmee shall be handled In anyplace against C. W Dann. M. Pfann ani -
WHITE.SOFT._ CLEAR I RUMINATIONS I -' where such milk will b* liableto C. U Hyatt a* defendants I, L. H.,,
; beoorae contaminated ....4. dairy Ins-ram,. a* sheriff of Oaoeoia County 'lh
Make this beautjr lotion for a few Nervous: cattle .hall pot bo pastured where 'Florida have levied upon and win _
1 there are stream, pond or other water >(Ter tor sale *aad pl1. at tb* Court: _____

., tents and_see for yourself.: The election'certainly displayed the, course knew nothing about,the interior found. .to b* contaminated 'withaewase. louse ef said' Oscedj* County, Fiords -_ _

,- .What girl or woman hasn't- heard of patriotic' spirit'
lemon juice to I district. They fully realized the fact list of small villages: I showed your In This, Condition quired to keep their' premUe In a first day of ;July. 111 the following!
remove complexion letter' and clean and sanitary condition and all described
,. that the breaking in of new stock peper to Charley and hie '
r.rrrrBI.k -
blemishes; to whiten the skin and to not and person employed In the handling of Lot N of W. A. _ _
; bring oat the roses the retimes and i with the war clang sounding waS family they'were'likewise pleased Feel tired out, .Irritable and depressed milk or milk products shall keep atrlck' addition to Kisslmmee City

the Bidden biatyf But lemon'Juice i good policy; and w. should all appreciate with the description, and other T.Urine ' : rn.c1-'I":: All wells, sprlnirsand Florida according to 'recorded. plat _ _
the choice they made. Faultfinders curiosity seekers have passed the paper water for the th.reof. recorded In the office of the
alone is acid, therefore irritating and i' professional set and areas around until I don'10.know where Irregulars; back weak 'and use of dairy stock shall b* reasonably Clerk of the Circuit Court of OacooUk -
should be mixed with orcl.ard white are a | painful 1 rThese free from any souro of possible In. county. Florida, the said property bens .
a rule ruided by imagination rath It ..: If it i.' Dot too much trouble rectlon. All utensils used In milking ; levied upon a* the property of the _ _
Strain through fine cloth that .
'tthls way. a er than facts.. Very many of them would like to have another one;, it are symptoms. suggest. should b* of simple construction thatthey aid C., W. Dann.U. ,
: the juice of tin fresh lemona Into' a be the kidney trouble. may b* thoroughly sterilized before H. INGRAM.'
much of
think have done means of
bottle containing about three ounces they could so may some our Wihen the kidneys call for help. using. Sanitary milk 'Vail roust : 14-6t Sheriff Oaoeola County, Florida. .,
Who Florida _ _
been there. They people visit. giving ,
better had
they youa b. used.All
of orchard white, then shake well and Assist them
profess to believe that our Joe did alL We have a few here. who visit with a tested kidney ,' utensils. IncludIng bottle for' AN ORDINANCE tAn i'
you hare a whole quarter pint of. skinS and ,right state. remedy. delivery of milk must be thoroughlycleansed "";
and compl.zion lotion at at>out, the everything wrong ,nothing your Give them the help they need. and sterilised, and kept In a Ordinance Requiring the In.taJ.,
cost for small and had the wiseacres, had a chance Your sincere friend, No I place free from-flies and dust until lation of Sanitary Privies In theeo' _ _
one.usually jar
I pays a they would have done their part to -, J. II. MOORE.We remedy more highly recommended used.. The. City Physician and the Section* of theCity of Kleelmmeo 4
of ordinary cold creom. Be sure to are of the opinion that the food than Kidney Pills. 'City Marshal shall designate what Lying Outside of the Sewerage Lim
ward country. _
train the lemon juice so no pulp gets ruining the Backed by home testimony. constitutes. compliance with the Sbov.panitary its aa heretofore Defined and Pre.scribing .
Henry, Peter and Barney Savagewere mixing arrangements are to the benefit i regulations. the Material. Plan and
Into the bottle then this lotion will Endorsed _ _
by Klsslm.ee
i callers during last week. Henry of the people., It has been noted i peopled I Section T. All milk ..wag-on used In Specification whereof Bame Shall BO
remain pure and fresh for months. the lower country in a by several people that the bread and .Mrs. M L. Palmer, 9 Mitchell St., i the delivery of ..uoh'milk and milk Constructed. ______
When applied daily to' the face neck reports Klssirnmee, says: "Attimes when I 'products shall have the. name of the BE) IT ORDAINED BY THE COTTNCIIr
arms and hands it should help bleach, somewhat dry condition; did not Inquire other edibles purchased at Reed'sbakery have had an attack of kidney'troublea :owner or proprietor or dairy painted OF TUB I t.Fth KISSIMMKBt .
whether packingham bad anything are more nourishing: and appear I thereon In prominent idlers. and all Section .1. owner of altproperty
4 (clear, smoothen and beautify the skin. to do with,It. Henry was hereon to suit' the- taste equal to the dull ache in the small of my back such wagon ahall b* kept neat and occupied either by the said
druggist will supply three oun- old made me miserable and all out of clean. owner1 or tenant be required within
standard.
deea AnT orchard white at very little cost eome kind of a trumpedupcharge Our city'certainty does sorta. I (had nervous and dizzy I Section S. EaCh dairyman or employe Thirty days after the passage of this
of selling venison-; Borney as a witness not in any way resemble old hard spells of such dairyman shall Immediately Ordinance, to construct, or to' have -
and the grocer has the lemons. and Peter is here on a week's times. The ladies in treet attire too. I never let myself get in bad report, any sickness In his ontracted to construct, sanitary prlvle -:

and shape as r always 1 use Doan's Kidney family or among his employee, to the upon all of property' _ _
vacation and is it at home. are gaily dressed .T'O-:;
spending tastefully our
r ; Pills and City Marshal or City Physician tho City of I a* 1* not connected _ _
W. B. Crawford Lee Jarref Rex had the pleasure of calling\ 'on young' men the same, and all look right away they promptly Section *. It shall be unlawful: for with the sewer under the pr...'

& JARRELL Mrs. Cornwell on business connected hale and hearty. Our marchant3are: rid me of'the lame back: and makeme any person who sell or deliver milkIn ent ordinance, same to be constructed _ _
CRAWFORD.
&, ,. with her affairs.: liar daughter Miss doing a good business, and our hotel feel fine in every way." bottle to remove or accept. such 'n conformity with the plan and apeclflcatlon -' 1
Price milk bottle from the person to whom approved by the State1Board '
60c at all dealers. Don'tsimply
ATTOnNEYSATLAW.Offices
.p / Bessie we found to be one of the men are keeping up with! the times.In or the premise where, delivered of Health and now on tile' In the;
: the farmers ask for a kidney remedy-get where there I* any cass of Infectious office of the City Clerk of Kisslmmee.
) 4 6 6, and 7 Citizens brightest and best informed young country our are as _ _
: Bank Buildln ladies that have met and busy as bees in the fashioned tar Doan Kidney Pills-the same that disease on said premises. All person designated a* "Detail Plan' of "I*, R. ,
I i we ever Mrs. Palmer hod. Foster-Milburn receiving milk on. any such premise "8," Privy." -
Klstimmee: Florlds the clear and explicit manner in barrel. shall'furnish proper receptacles S.... t. Any owner of property not i
., .; which that young lady explained This submarine excitement has 'cre- Co..' Mfgrs: Buffalo,' N. Y. Into which. the milk shall b* poured complying with the above require -

", matters under consideration would ated some uneasiness among our -_ -W. .. S, from the original package.' ment. before renting offering prop.,.
Section 10. The City Marshal or theCity rty for rent shall bo subject to One
j DR. W., W. CARSON have done credit.to a practitioner. I people, but the fact that when ono TEACH'HQW TO PRESERVED Physician shall at any time have or Imprisonment, or both such fine and

1i: DENTtST On Mabbette street the Mullen vessel was attacked other!) came up the authority to take any reasonable Imprisonment a* hereinafter Indicated. .
still continue their efforts to make I and. drove, the submarine "off shows EGGS. amount of milk or milk products from Sec. '. Any perponor person vio
1 Office Pilley Building any dairy wagon or dairyman engaged lating n the provision. of the
over -
. their yard and garden the finest in that it must have been or light 'call In delivering. milk In the City of above or4 man"-, shall upon conviction '
r Offlo''Fhon" Hour IK Recldenoe: S-11. 1Ov '-Ph... II the city and have certainly'.ucCleed. bre and if our government officials To teach city people bow tff preserve Kisslmmee. for the purpose of .eatIng 'C subject to a fine of not''more than;

: Oaa Administered. for Extraction..* ed. Their children still have the appearance don't lay plans to capture it they eggs 'with water glass, extension Its same standard.for Impurities or ascertaining . for Twenty-five not more Dollars than thirty or Improslnment days, or both,

.Teeth of being well cared for. should do so. The ,Germans have at workers of the poultry division Section Jl. Any person 'violatingany such one and Imprisonment the discretion -

t' They are bright little fellows, always last run up ,on'our' soldiers and run of the United States Department of of the provisions of the foregoing of the Mayor. ,

: LEWIS O'BRYAN ready with a pleasant How'do for back again. Their shufly method ()f Agriculture are -holding demonstrations ordinance., shall upon conviction be All ordinance or parts of ordinances
fined not( more than In conflict herewith be, and the
f' you; playing together with perfect warfare would discontinue .if they, in largedepartment stores in lars br Imprisoned :for..n-.vo:. I.: are hereby repealed.' same

f ATTORNEY-AT-LAW good nature; they are the kind thatin had our good, hardy hapu-them-up a number of cities. Demonstrationshave Thirty days or shall be punished. by Read! a first and secondtime' by-

the future will help make this na men to .contend with. We have patiently been held in Washington. Chicago both such flne and Imprisonment, In unanimous consent and passed In open
the discretion of the Mayor, and his session this JJnd, 4aC!, May, A. D.
p ,Waring Building. tion the greatest on earth. waited for this .finality and and New Orleans and the plan license. shall be subject to revocation. _

A. class had been organized and an shall look for a final stroke to descend U to extend the work to other large Sac. It. All ordinances or part. of (8t AL) F. H. LAWSON. ,' .

,.. able teacher had been selected to instruct << on the heads of the Germans cities. Similar demonstrations have and the same are repealed.. 'I. Attest: t re.ld..t .f CounolL -
f... rat Jehniton 0. P. Oarretl ordinances In -conflict be, J. H. GILBERT
herewith Cluk.
them. She required them to that will show them what results been held in rural schools and at _ _
-- Read a first and second time and Approved this lira day of )(aJ',' A.'D.' )
;; JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW each day bring in some question for from an insult to our flag. meetings attended. by farmers. passed In open session, this 4th day 1918 "

'. the class to answer, but none was to I haven't told it all, but'think. this of June.A. D. IMS. (SEAL) JOHN a-CADEL .
,
SEAL,) F. It. LAWSON. II Mayor.NOTICE '. '
ask unless ableto enough fop the -
a question they wete present. :
Attest: President of Council.J.
Office 10 11 and 12 CitIzens Baal '
: WATCH TilE LICEon .
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w.a.LProceedings
answer it correctly. A little girl . R. GILBERT Clerk. ,or APrn.icATioni rOB TAX.
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Building brought in the question: '.!"How does chicks. These parasites sap the Approved this Eth day of June A. ,D. DEED -

Klealmmee. F1aCIIRSOJ. a snake bore a hole in the ground of very life blood out of, them. Dust 1918.:; JOHN 8. CADRU i Notice Is hereby given that H.: K.:.

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without leavinp. any loose dirt on the the hen at night with B. A.-T.homu' *5-St ..4. '_ Mayor.AN ., Drought" purchaser outside" The class could not tell so Louse Killer and troubles are I NOB. 140 and (IT. dated the ith day of .
-the your
\ City Council ORDINANCE July A., D. 114. has filed said oertlft.cate ..
the little girl was colled upon to ended. It also kills bugs on cucumber ----- .. .* In. ray office, and ..ap.' ,

answer. She did, .0' by saying'.that '1\\ ._ tomato, .and squash vines;< We A1. Ordlaasieej te Am..4 *..*.... 16. .f plication for tax deed baaa. aeoordance : __ ___
the snake commenced at the' bottom it and if it does not make t bo Revised OrM..<*s of ibo City with law. Said certificate:
G PIIRMER The Council met in regular session, sell to you .f KtsMlsBssv .f __..... .... 11*. embrace the following described property ..
and said the teacher
built up.' But good, we.will. Waters &; Carson Grocery .. Relative <. th. AbatlBB .f X.I_._ ,. situated in. County, '
"how does the snake get' to the there being present] F. H. .Lawson Co.xLEGAL. ..* t* the Pre........... of th. mb. Ida. to-wlti .o(1 Vlol' S

bottom" The girl replied: "Oh, president; W. W. Carson, Roma II. Hevlth.' Lot IS In Back 117 and Lt' t' la
Block IK'of of St. .
that's your. question" teacher' .you Thomas,'B.. E. Haley and G. I1..Tay- BB IT'ORDAINED BT'THB'' COUNCILOF : : assessed at the _ _
SELLS, must answer that! ,-, lar members of council Lewis O'- ADVERTISEMENTS THE CITY OF K18BIMMEE: cat fnu4'"c said certificate '' .
Our mail carrier is one of the most Section 1: That Section. If* of the < the Sexton and O.

energetic men the country. a< redeemed
tFire Life. Accident and of December 1st. 1916 b* to law.
With a head full of postal information. clerk. NOTICE OF !ELECTION amended. to read aa follows: tax deed Will issue aoordln&the 17t

part' of which he .Ie' always The minutes of the "Sec. 1H. It shall b* the duty of day 0' Jun., A- I). 1313. '
Health Plate Glass, Liability ready to dispose of for the benefit of lastmeeting In compliance with Chapter .,7S. the City Marshal wherever an excessive J. L OVBRSTRKBT, ,
were.read and approved reports of Laws of Florida !... notice I* herebygiven growth -of weed. or obnoxious (S.al C..k Circuit Court'' . -.
the enquirer he can depoi it the mall that an election will be held. at plants may b* found poa any. lot or ... 1
and Boiler Insurance. in your box almost before you knowhe officers 'were examined and approv.ed Center. Park. Osceola County, Florida.In lot In the City, and any pools of water By a H. BULLOCK. D.. C. SSitNOTICB -.

is in the neighborhood: AU the bills were approved and'ordered' Special Tax School District No. 1. are or are likely to be. whether .
.. on Saturday JuySth. A. D. 1.U. for such lot or lot. b* occupied or vant.to OF SHERIFFS SALRjla _
Legal Bonds Executed patron., honor and respect him. Heat paid as follows: .., the purpose of determining who-ihall- notify the owner, or agent. of such .. j '

cold, wet, or' stormy weather has no J 8 Cade!, eal ..'mayor ___. $ 10.00 serve a* school trustee of saId dis- owner, or occupant In writing.. In person .Coaatr. 'C-o. .Covatyu _ _
? elec-
Needed effect on him--he's one and the same a w Ovrtreet. sal marshal _. O.OO trict'for two years next after the or bymall. to cl.ar' away and remove r
Same Day and to fix the number of mill. said weeds or to All In said _ _
it alL C'F Tlson. sal police ........._ 66.00J tlon : -
through and .
levied '
school tax to bo of water within such reasonabletime
district pool
of Brothers Produce
r Roberson sal Tress ... r.n.la. CompanyQraystone' _ _
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The Democratic rooster still a* 16.OO said twoyTbe ( '
retains for the tho said Marshal madl. .
annually
collected City '
S!! sssS!! SiSSSSSSmSiSiSSmSiSSiSSmiSiSSSmOFFICE.RStati! ! J. R Gilbert. sal ..cUrk _..-_:i.__ 100.00 as ;
his loyalty; lie thinks that a Lewi o-Bryan. ..I city 11.00 rect and any such person falling. to Hotel Company.., -:,
atty
? following are appointed to act comply.with such notification shall'be Notice I* . siren that under ., _
: Bilk Bnildlig man that tI love his country K H Lawson member council .. li.OO _
: W at said election ;.1. A. Barkley J. M. fined not exceeding SO.OO or Imprisonment ind by virtue of an execution Issuing-'
well to aid it in W Carson mbr. council ?':__, IS.00 C. and shall ,
enough an emergency Roma Sharp and.H. V. Partln Inspectors. ; not exceedingdays out of the County Court of -
Thomas mbr council _....
18.00 001.
ought to be tarred and feathered and S Partln. clerk. pay the costs of clearing away and r.. County. Florida In above ,
B E ..
Haley, mbr council.. .... li.OOO
order of'the Board of Pub. moval of such weed obnoxious .
old t>on by or cause on the 17th day of _ _
sent to that allotted to the M .eouncll __ "
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place Taylor mbr 15.00 lie Instruction In and for the County plant, or the cost of filling In such n favor of the-plalntlfl 't the .
soldier. Btato Bank, .rent for June ...- 40.00 of Oeoeola. State of Florida this th poolsof water; provided that If the '. defendant In said ea'u < ..'
,4 J. W.THOMPSONFuneral. Hunters' Paradise is at present KIM Tel Co. phone rent _..... ..00Tampa day of ;June, A. D. I.l. owner or occupant of said lot or lots evled upon the following .
Tribune, tax book .... 14.00 "
w., C. BASB falls to eomply with said notice.- the property la ,
quiet.The war and weather seems Kiss lou Co. Ice ticket ....... l.OS Attest Chairman. City Marshall, shall have th*- work dining 00.01 14 County '

DirectorAND to" hare caused a. halt omong the J R Gilbert sup cI.rka office ., S.SS C.. E. YOWELL don. and the cost thereof shall be 1 boards,. lot a APrllL "
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J Woodall stipt. atreets 78.00Warren
hunters. -". Superintendent.' 1I.1t taxed against the property. affected a* the propertyof Qra
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. Mr. Fennell II Wayman..t sweeper.. 40.60J and a lien. In favor of the City of Kissimmee tel. Company, ________
Our merchant R .f.n4ant
Gilbert clerk. roll for "
pay ._
be the the -
created against first ;
opBLBcrrioirIn property day ( _ _
....____ .. NOTICE JUI" ,
about to close out his establMunent. treet work for May 'T -- whereon said labor I* performed." being the rule day said J
this have J R Gilbert clerk pay roll forStreet J. AH Ordinance and for sale at,
Several threats of nature compliance with tihapter 4671. part public'outcry ,
i 'I
work _ ._ OfBJra
for Jane 111.00 ;
been made but thus far they have not Kiss Con't Band, donation- -May- 50.00Chapter Law -Florida.. 111. notice 1* hereby In conflict herewith, be legal. hour) of sale at the _ _
EMBALMERStore given that an election will b* held at and the same are hereby repealed lotel situated on .
LICENSED
been fully executed. Each effort has House, donation. Mar '16.00M Whittier and Lokoseo Osoeola.County, Read a SrstJ and second time by tmmee, 01-County. Florida X. _
J Crowd. .al'....ton ... ..
r- 10.00
been 'defeated by some urgent caller B C Florida in Special Tax )1001' District unanimous consent and passed In open said proprtl', and sell.the 0 _
Beaver, sal scaveng.rSeSO D. session, this 4th day of ;June A. D. lame- to the belt bidder
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and Chapel, Stewart Are.Klaalmme ., and as his Stock of goods is'by no Floyd Yates, sal scavenger. .... 60.OO No. .. on Saturday. July of-determinin 6th A. 1318. 'or bl..b..t :
exhausted ''to Ash Dlsft <:::0., dlsenfectant ._ 60.00 1(11 for the purpose cb ,
means we expect re trustee of said (SEAL) F'. H. LAW8ON. It.H. INGRAM, ,
shall '
aa
who. serve _
*. Fla. tain him for time. Burrougrh* Add Mch Co supplies .... i Attest: President. CounciL. SheriffOsceols.. Florida.
some after the
next -
district for twO year ClntYL : \ _
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a-a Floyd, mule feed ..... 11.60 ___
--- ..3.- R. GILBERT. Clerk. By J. .
.... Our old friend Ben Cobb has been : election and to flx the number of mill ,
CAMIBEL
W O Gro Co.. mule feed .... 76.11 Approved this Cta day of June, A. D -,
levied and
heard from recently.. From the most J J Dan shop work St Dept .. Ill of collected district annually school tax for to the be said two 15 , I Altman Morrow. .DPuty .rUr -

-' successful fisherman on the creek, he Stout Lumber Co. Ibr St. Dept 14.10 JOHN 8. CADEt Attys. for Plaintiff. II-U .

:' M. TILLER has turned a new leaf and they say J Valley C Griffin Oasette shop printing work St; .Dept.__..... 11.10J 1.76 3-earc.The. following are appointed to' act 16-8t Mayor.AN' NOTICE, OF ADMINISTRATOB

he's all k. in the C Griffin at said election ,
doing 0. garden.We shop work Ban. Dept 11.46 -
ORDINANCE!
'I again called on our friend John Bam L Lupfer aec. pay roll P: D lUg Whlttlvr. ..; Stalling H. S. Ferttc.Inspectors C. C. Arnold J. B. _ _ 4 la '(For.1 ..1 DUwharire)
Real f Estate Agency. H C Stanford rubber boot V D and -M. A ; Codrt mmtrStat* of.
i
Am Ordlaaae Rc-jla>* tke Kind .f .
Drawdy; found that gentleman on Lupfer Prather supplies F V 5.60 Somersett- Clerk. Florida. Onee>*la Oev*.,. ' '
e. Garbage Vmmm to bo Used la th City
Owens *
Lokosee: Oeo. Fertle J. B. In re Estate ofVUIIasa
the complaining list. Miss Dora is O W Overstreet. cost In M C 1.00H : I Wockerlyf l
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'O.. Miller Inspectors F. M. Edna < Ktsalsassc Notice I
Nolan C Stanford, supplies for Jail 10.40 and C. ; Is hereby given, to all whom'It _ _
well and lookingwell. recovered .
and sold. .
: Realty bought Oaceola CI.rk. may concern that on the 10th day
Hdw
from the attack of fever and the Co, sup san. dept 1.60 Done by order of the Board of Pub. BB IT'ORDAINBD BT THE COUNCIL of September. A,-D. 111 I shall apply .
Oaceola HOw Co, St. 14.38w
Houses rented. sup .DepU.t, lie Instruction In and for the Countyof ,- OF..THE CITY OF KIBB1MMKK:. to the Honorable T. M. Idurphy -
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Jfudii
baby", is in the best kind of.: crying A ;Joiner sal supt WALP 160.00V *
,Taxes paid and Titles verified condition.: !. R\,Ellis: engr. W *'L. P'____ ".60 I Osceola. State of-Florida. ,-''I'this the Section. 1. That all vessel. used. for of said Court di.sciaar.a Judge of Probate for _ _
Tom Miller lineman W, A t P 76.00 6th day of June, A. 1511 the reception ofgarbage In the Cityof my final as Administrator of _ _
.'non-residents. Our neighbors, the Clarks still Will Yates. W-A L. P We o..B SSChalrman' Kisslmmee must be of sufficient the estate of William Weckerly, .deceased -' t'S
*. keep the horticultural part of their Lewis Durham: sal W.-.i.L.PU. g Attest:' sis to Insure the handling of suchgarbage ; and that at the same time .1: t.,
V Life and Accident Insurance.
i ) Fire. garden in line shape. On the other Blrus Baker labor W & L P ._ 1.81 "C.".-E. YOWELL"" 'In a sanitary manner, and will present to said Court my final account ,.! -_ _
Kt
Superintendent.15 must be constructed of some durablemetaL aa Administrator of said -__
John Bronson, fireman W A L P 40.10 .tat. ___
', side, the house formerly occupied by Walter Thomas, work WALP 10.00A free from leak and holes, witha and ask for their appr. _ _

.,J I Indemnity Bond Mr. and Mrs. -Briggs, and ''daughter, B Thomas, col W L .-.-__1: 76.00 AN ORDINANCE) strong well fitting- metal top. and. Dated. Und' . J
.,. such top or tops must be placed securely DROUGHT '
Tucker 1
: is empty.' Brick-Co wo04 W A L P 600.00 A J'
Fla Eleo. Co., ......_-_ Aa Oraisjaaee Resmlatlaa-'i! ao_ ..!. of over said vessel or vessels, at I-Jam'mo. Administrator. S
i.- '... .. ............. ....... The following letter was recently supplies 41.00 all time that said vessel 'or vessel
N Y L Belt. Co. .. "
I received supplies WALP 1.16 i Milk la the City of Klsslssssee.BB contain. any garbage.Section .- NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR -

..f.'i..' .o.".!,. .. .?t ,""" '" Sparta: Ga.. April 29, 1918.R. Plait Iron-Wks.Oil Co.supplies oil WALP WALP...... 15.15A 11.00Standard IT :ORDAINED BT THE COUNCIL violatingany S. of Any,the person provision or person of, this I. 'C. mrt(Fee.t Flmttl CommtT IM*J>.**.*)State, .f'. -
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i A. Bartow Esq.:, Klssimmee, Fla Wenner-Sawyer 8 Gilbert gas Co LAWP olrlc.'.up__-_.._. 11.70.61 .OB' 'THE CITY OF, KISSIMMEEli ordinance, shall upon conviction, be la, ro Estate. ..O.'rc..t.' _ _
My Dear Old Friend: i Section 1. No person himself or ai fined not more than Ten Dollar or
Valley Oaiette light A wtr bills < 1.60
Notice I
J .C W. GRIFFIN : We received your letter and paper J.C Grll'tln.t. shop work. 1&WP.35' ,, the sell aervant or deliver or or agent have of In another his custodyor shall or, p b --.nu-J: by more both than such Ten fine day an4 It may concern.* hereby. tht given:on,'t to'i. all*' wlonl.f.'

| and was much pleased with the description Lupfer. Prather, \VALP."Z".61 : possession with Intent to. sell or imprisonment In the discretion. of the of September A.' 11 I shall apply: -
A K 7'homaerefund..tgh. S17.ISOaceola'Hdw .
etc. to
the Honorable ,!
T. M. ; >
J Murpt Jvi
given. We' knew nothing deliver. anymilk, or milk..product* mayor, T. *-
Co LAWP.14.60 of '
' :Staple and Fancy about Florida except from hearing a H Prather.> drayage sup '_._'...... S.OO until sOch person shall have, first obtained ordinance Bee. t.: All In conflict'orcUaance.or"'p.rt.'of herewith be, and my said.Coa. a* Juds a: v ./rol ,!> _ _
; ; a license therefor. In the.um dl.charS. Adrlo'.trto.
... ; those with whom we conversed. Had {Applications'' from G. C. Living of Twenty-five cent for each milk the same are hereby repealed. of the ... . d..4'" _
\ only been to' Jacksonville and we ofSIWmTE4SKN ton, H. M. Breaker and A. E. Thom cow from which milk or milk product Read a first and second time by and that at the. same time .will pret' .. _
! .' as appointment of taxassessor I* so sold or offered for sale,after application unanimous consent and passed. in open sent to said Court m final account. -
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as Administrator
: 'OR9CERIES'Free jj for such license has been approved session this 4th. day of March,. A.. D. of said .tt.'ae '
were presented to.council.. A.;' E. by the Board of Health of said 1918. '' ask ior their approval _ _

Thomas received the hifrhest.vote and City. Tb., term person herein shall _____
'' WITH LEMON JUICE declared Include Individual or Individual, Attest: President of Council. A H., _
'' was elected for theensuing any
J i U-lamlmo. ySdmlnltratort, '
all Part ;S. R. GILBERT. Clerk.1.4pprbved ':
Delivery .c
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firmor corporation. _ _
,- at salary of $300.00. i 'AD . ;
'' ' year a Section 1. All dairymen shall Immediately this 6th day of June., NOTICE Otf HXnCUTOlT -
of the City Make,a beauty ,lotion for a few cents l ,Communication from Mrs. G. W. notify the City Marshal when 1U8.. tan freckles 'saliownesa. added. to'their JOHN a CADEL. -
'I \.to remove Bass asking that widow's eX3mption any additional cow are '
: : < dairy herds and a license. a* above setout "G-6t ..Mayor.BIABTKH'S In C..rt .f Ce.sty1J.age, s4
9 .. .+ .++.++ .. be allowed on back taxes against milk ...... 0..
.......... shall be obtained before or Ceesty.51a5e. ef Vi.ri4a. "
Your has the lemons and 8 ALEI" __
grocer any lots 9, 10, 11 and 12 Block 10 of Rosa milk products from such additional ,. ___

.For: Indirection.. Constipation or drug store of toilet counter wil supply Addition was considered and the cow or cow I* offered for sale in said Is W testate of L.lsa Mesel.ye *:.' '

. you with,three ounces of orchard clerk was instructed to give credit City. Under a decree of sal entered In Notice is hereby given to all 'w'.m1'It _ _
Biliousness be the Circuit Court of Osceola County ,
Section t. 'No'dalryman'.hall allowed may concern that on the (
E0nt bottle of LAX-FOS white for a't few'cents. Squeeze the forexemption for years that Applicant .. to sell. or offer. for -sale milk or Florida. In"a chancery cause between. : of ;July. A. D. I shall apply to the'honorable <
Just try'one
juice of two fresh lemons into a bottle ,was entitled to., milk I products In the City kOf Klsslmmee \Vllllam O. Peckham complainant end T. tU. ,.. Judge of said, ,"' ,
WITH PEPSIN .A Liquid Digestive then put in the orchard white and The' .following ordinances "Were'' introduced until all dairy six Seminole Land & Investment Companyet court, a. Judge Of Probate, for my" .
take. Made and months old owned. by, such dairyman aU' defendants." I will expose to sale Anal discharge a. '
Laxative of
pleasant shake-well.- This makes the
a ''quarter and bv unanimous consent shall have been tested by a veterinarian by rubllo auction at the Court Housedoor estate. of lAssie .., E..outol *
;
'recommended to the public by Paris Medicine of the .beet lemon skin In Kisslmmee, Florida Mon d.c..4Ia.4 S
pint very read a first and second time' and. approved by the City Council. said on that at the same time I prant'4 4 --
Cox.manufacturers Laxative Bromo whitener. and'' complexion beautifier test to be made with Tuberculin. Each day,' July 1. 1111. between the l'gal final accounts '
unanimously passed. a* of said
.
4
hours ,of sale Lots 1. 5. < and' 4 of my ID..outor
tested shall be marked In such .
.Quinine and Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic. known Massage thls, fragrant < An ordinance regulating the .sale cow a way so a* t* Indicate that aha has been Block lit of the Town of BU- Cloud. Dated, and ask for approva f: '

creamy lotion dailv into the face,neck, of milk in the city.. ": Inspected and approved by such veter according to the plat of said Town January COOLE 26th, -A. .f' :, i _ _

arms and hands and just see how AI1ordlnance to amend Section 159 inarian.and they may b* re-tested a* tiled In the Clerk' office .of Osceola '.10am6. WIOUR..' ",'. ,' ,.J' '
County aforesaid II, 1110*. and
GOOOTOTHE UflST DROP often aa be deemed necessary, August 1aeut.{
freckles, tan, anllowness, redness and may ," '
'of the Revised Ordinances of the'city but shall be tested not Ie.. 'than once recorded la Plat Book:- paces ,53 ,NOTICB OFla EXlCVR Jt 1
roughness disappear and how smooth, of Dec. lit, 1916, relative-to the abating In each 'year. The fee for sueh test ard 14. . IF.. WIsai Da. _'
soft and clear the skin becomes. Yes! of nuisances and to the shall be paid by the owner. of the Terms f cash. $100.00 deposit required - C..mrt .1 Ce.. .Osel '.' .

MflXWELLMOUSE It is harmless, 'and the beautiful results of the public health.. preservattion stock tested. If upon Inspection, and from purchaser- LEWIS at -'llI .. County.i .Ststoof riorlda.la .- ''i\: , ,' .
test Jiy sew I* found to be diseasedwlthtubereulosls )
will surprise :yon. :.Ara ordinance regulating ,the kind the condemned cow Special Master In Chancery. ro Bstato of Jkj W. *allk.*.. ," 1 ' .

"garbage- cans to be'' used in 'the or cow shall be branded with the letter MaseyWarlow, Notice 1* hereby given, to al r
T- B.. and It shall be the dutyof Complainant' Solicitor. 14-41 I may concern, that/'on the ,
Whenever. You Nod .General"Tonic: city of Kisslmmee.' (tee ordinances in owner, te r.mov. such condemnedanima.isfrmn Aa..t A. D. 115. I ... lt Wil' --

Take 1rGvVa., another column.) his premises and kill or HOTICB Or .SHERIFF'S: .,.ALB T.-M. Murphy ;Jn4 -.

The Old Standard Grove'Tasteless There being no'' further business, otherwise dispose of same. :- .al, COIr aa Judge .1' & .
''ahall l b. 'Notice I* herebyfflven "that '
milch underand
Section 4. No cow .* Executor ,
Chill Tonicis equally ntaabl.-... a the council adjourned to meet in-reg Sold or offered for sale within th. -CityUmlta by virtue 'of tba'.eertaln ,writ of estate of John -W.a d* O.

COFFEE General:Tonic because It CODtallI' 'die ular session Tuesday, .July' .2nd, ,1918. ; of Kisslmmee. .until saM cow. execution bearing date the Kthr day, of and that at tee San SUb w' _ -
well known tonic properties'of QUINlNBanc1IR.ON.'It stl:3Opm. .'" ' or cow ttav been Inspected a. her.inbefore .-,i April. rl18. and Issuingout of and sent 'mr ca aoouw .Executor
r" vendorof under tb seal ef Circuit said .. .
specified and the' the Court of aPte'r'
... acts oat the Uver. Drives FVH; LAWSONV a.1 'r
.. each or cows shall furnish. Oaceola County.. Florida.- \whloh
"'. "'" flSK YOUR t. Ont'Malaria, Enriches the,Blood and 3.r.. R;: "GILBERT, 'reo1dent.i .- certificate any. cow with eich Cow sold ? v a "jad.-m'.' was'reoovsrsdle upon said : !A ,t -: :

." #: 'al1dsip! tlae ri" Whole- 87ttem.jj5p cent*. i-- -ClerlCf1"! "...,,,:,,, 'l :-J.p" section I., Mo milk ,or mtUc, products "',-.-ttacOonald.:" Qrocer Com-: .S-1im- .
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.r. .o..o ....o..o.tt.oO O!.... o.t.o Miss Mag&le\ Mae McCranie was 1 '' j. was paid last year with a few exceptions , LESLEY ELECTED CAPTAINOF
en into the lodge as member.. 1 T[ where an advance has previously KISSIMMEE HOME GUARDS
Those enjoying the afternoon I I been made. ,
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Society Notes e Misses Gladys Griffin, Mary 1 In< the''grades the leathers will re ,(Continued from Page One) t
# tary, Muriel Prentis Maggie First ceive a raise of $10 or more as the The commissioners through
: Lillian Harris. merits of the case might be, unlessa county will transmit*
Mceranlel the,clerk of the court,
,
" ian Prentis Mrs. church last which
: raise was made year of enlist.
(Mr. E. E. Well, Editor.) 'society a copy of the membership
and Mrs. J.; J. McCranie, I will place their salaries at $80"or who'
: their ed men to the state attorney
W. s. .. n more per month. ,
for
will the order incorpora
Request It mad to aD patrons of the Valley Gazette to send item t HOTHAN-TOOMBS 1 I other county Sup*.will YoweU then stated pay her that Instructors Ouceola tion. grant This machinery has already
been set in motion.
r .f Society Event So the Editor for publication IB these colams.BUILDING Friends in Kissimmee have lib. as high as any county in Florida and Tonight another mass meeting will

, ed the' announcement of the long better than most counties. be held at the city hall, when it is de.
i.oooo..o.oo.ot.ooo.ooooo HtOf'OOOOO. O.O OO OOOG l GOIi of Miss'Enna Hothan to S.'NOTES sired that Kissimmee's patriotic men '1..
ToOmbs, which was solemnized w.s. will support the movement to the ex- .
Jacksonville June llth at 6 m. tent that they over the top and
ORPHANS' p. bunga- go
1. CIRCLE ENTER. IMrs. r I. BENEFIT HOME FOR I 1 Both Mr. and Mrs. Toombs are yel --- place the company's roll at J60,
t .L TAINED, .of .. known in Kissimmee the former The meeting in Kissimmee on Fri. which is the maximum number allowed -
ing been employed in the & room day June 7th was very poorly at county home guards.
A S W. Way Down'South in DixU "a clever Store until about two' served
Drug
t charming hostesses tended. Out of about 160 people invited 1
! Chapman were on and amusing: black-face entertain ago,, when he accepted a position dozen attended. I
only a more
the ment will be at the Casino or
afternoon entertaining given his bride
Monday Jacksonville, and was
members of the Building con Ism T I do not think so but someone FLOYD'SCash
few the auspices of the KissimmeeWoman's
the First Baptist church and a I school teachers last year.
be waked There is not
friends at the home of Mrs. Gilbert Club, the proceeds to go to have many friends here who ought to up.
enough interest in ,the War Savings
6 o'clock. .the. Orphans' Home at Jacksonville.The and 4
4 to them happiness
from success
'
s Notwithstanding the decldedlythreatenIng entertainment has been arranged every I W. .. S. i.- ini .- SOT Stamp movement. This county is allotted Grocery and
: weather the event'was by the pupil of Miss Elizabeth T [ ,, $260,400 for the year and it
' attended and the ladies chattedas Aultman's Expression Class LOVELY PARTIES OF THE 1 I is going 'to take united work on the
well
they plied their needles or worked who will be assisted by some of the i AUCTION BRIDGE CLUB i part, of everybody 'both white,, and ,1 MARKET .
Miss best dramailc and musical- talent in colored, to put this county over the r
t bit of fancy work.'
Ethel* some Gilbert played several brilliant the city.. The program is fanciful Mrs. E. D. Katz and Mrs. J. s-o; society lit the top by January 1st, 1918.

solos which., were an added and unique. It combines humerous del entertained with a'lovely I
piano Wilder )Look over these price carefully
bridge party Tuesday afternoon Mr. T. M. Lawton who has been
readings ,topical and' character
for the guests.Late songs
pleasure In the afternoon Misses Ethel dances Into'a .connected narra the home of Mrs. Katz .In At engaged to assist in organizing the they will save you money
and Grace Gilbert assisted in serving tive. There will be the old favorite' Three tables of players were various counties of the state in a ea*

delicious sandwiches and iced tea. songs of the southland sung by a ent to take part in the 'J) Isid'-r more intensive campaign will arriveat Small Van Camp Cream __.' .05
amu.ementwhen Mrs. Claude Kissimee next Thursday to remain
taken for the benefit there will be genuine ,
d The silver offering quartet; a camp
,t of the,organization amocntel to; meetin' 'with a rousing sermon and made high score and received a sew for three days to bring about more Tall Van Camp Cream ?._. .13
. '17. repentant sinners. There will be of two thrift stamps. The usual activity. lie wishes to meet all com- 6 h.. Golddust "_________ .25 ?'
; Attending this pleasant social glimpses of real negro life in the Cross collection was taken' mitteemen at the,court house in Kis 6 bars Good Laundry Soap, .25 t
function were Mrs. A. A. Wemple, South as it was at the close of the to several dollars. hoe- simmee at 2:30p. "m., Thursday anda
Good Ground ,Coffee ..____ .18 1 jl
At the conclusion of the ) meeting will be held in St Cloudat
Mrs. E. S. Hall Mr*. Frank Collier I war and the story culminates in a game
E Mrs. 0.. B. Falls and baby Mrs. J. B. wedding, while for good measure a hostesses served a delicious\ cockle 2:30'1>. m. Friday the 14th for the Good Green Coffee '_...___' .18 f 4 1 1i

Woodall, Mrs. Sam Lupfer, Jr., Mrs. dozen little Gold Dust picninnies wilL course same purpose Chairman! Bowen to Barley Flout ____-____:.___ .08 11h} f
.;s. D. Jeffords, Mrs. N. C. Bryan. Mrs. execute a water melon dance. Enjoying this party were Mrs. designate the meeting place Mr. Rye Flour ....___'_.?.___ .08 1 i\\

r J: A Barclay Mrs. Roma Thomas Miss Gertrude McKay will give a W.Piano Bailey Mrs.Mrs.Claude Sauppe Harper Mrs., Mrs.II. I 1 1 wishes Lawton to will accomplish.explain just what be Corn Flour ....____....._._ .07
Mm.'L. R. Farmer, Mrs. T. M. Rivers, musical reading accompanied by tier
s Mr.. Belle Modi I. Mrs. Julius' Smith, sister Mr*. Criner. J. Sears Mrs. Fred Gilbert, Mrs Octagon Soap. 6 for ...... 35 i
Mrs.;II.: R.,May and baby Mrs: Eliza. 'The members of the class and others S. Cadel, Mrs.M. Katz Mrs. Friday, June 28th, has been designated Potted Meat ____.._'._%__ .05 '
beth Waring' Misses Myrtle Collier, of the cast are: Mr and Mrs. Mil Brown, Misses Turville and second-Home by the President as War Savings Vienna Sausage ........ .10
J Ethel and Grace Gilbert.W. ton Pledger Mrs. Gay Livingston, Makinson. day throughout the United State glass
to and Dried Beef in _______ .15
.'. 'M Mrs. Henry Aultman Misses MaudeT.homallon1.Helen Miss Turville will entertain and meetings are requested in all
Base/Rhea Pherlgo club at the regular meeting next this cities towns, villages and school districts Small size Premier Dressing .15
.1 ., C. C. N. D. Lenore Fortner, Alpha Westfall at the home of Mrs. Harper. Mrs. J. at which pledges for the loan Large size I Premier Dressing 35 n

Porchle Pherigo, Willamette S-bert The Gentlemen Included1. later of money to the Government. secured Uncolored Japan Tea._... .60
The Women's Committee ,of thje Last week Mesdames by War Savings bonds
Dorothy Wells Harriette Seymour olltrordk Stamps ( )
Council of National Defense met' in Cornelia Lancaster Dot and Joe Katz W. J.. Sears and will b taken: It is desired that War Upton's black & mixed 1 Tea .75 4

regular session Tuesday afternoon Makinson. Margaret Stanford, Eleanor were charming hostesses Saving Societies be" organized at Small Peanut Butter____: ___ .12
with a good attendance. Miss Elizabeth Rosen, Olivine Savage Geraldineand ing the club and a number of I I these meetings. Medium Peanut Butter___. .17 i
Aultman. a* chairman, presided, Virginia Lesley, Evelyn Elam, men. Five tables of players 1 'J. D. G. WAGNER, Chairman. Large Peanut'' Butter _._.__ .30 Y
announcing the program rnd leading present and a generous sum was W..... .
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Jack Aultman Helen Winn Patsey i -
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League Best White Salt Meat ______ .33
the generU discussions.' tributed the Red Cross. The
Carroll and Leila Mc-
The opening number on the program Cranie Ruth Joy Harvey Makinson Messrs..Harold were elaborately 'decorated with J Sat CAPT. FRANK VANS AGNEWIN Good White Salt Meat ____ .30 I '

"Wae.a patriotic reading bv Miss Alpha Hercberg, Eddie Lancaster.; Prator I flowers and the refreshments dock. GERMAN PRISON CAMP Best Smoked Side Meat ____ .33
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Westfall who is a talented reader Gilbert, Walter Bass, and Olin SI., ed a dainty salad course followed present Kingan't Picnic Shoulder. Ib ..27 '
and gave one of her best.productions bert an ice. (Continue from ,page 1)
.... FEED
on this occasion. The musical .. d' W. -
W. 8., ?
Miss + his captors, but there may be all the Oats 100' Ibt. ___ 3.70
'accompaniment was played by: _______:'
4- lC. E. SOCIETY OF CHRISTIAN difference in the world in what they
Aultman. SOCIAL MEETING OF PYTII.' GIVES 1 Chicken Feed 100 Ib*. _____ 4.40 .
j CHURCH PICNIC allow them to say and what he would :
Mr A. A. read intensely .I ,
Wemple an + i 7
IAN SISTERSThe Cotton
} article from like to'say.On Seed Meal. 100 Ib*._ 2 45 ;
cent copy Interesting of the Literary Digest are. The 'C. E. Society of ..the of the account of the wound in his elbow ' Velvet Bean Meal 100 Iba.__ 2.50

'rumrainv up the action"taken by the ;Pythian Sisters enjoyed a delightful church gave a delightful picnic all which appears to have stiffened Cocoanut Meal. 100 Iba, ... 3.00
an
afternoon Wednesday ,at per at Conway Friday afternoon the point, it is possible that after' be-
this nation
from government the work in protecting of unpatriotic Germans the home of Mrs. F. C. Bryan honor of three girl graduates bung ing examined by a medical board, ho Alfalfa Meal. 100 JbL ___.... 2JS 1

at (home.- The subject was ably with Mrs. Bryan and Mrs. Holmes sea Margt.retf Stanford Gussle Foreign maw be interned either in Holland orSWItzerland Hull. _________.:__________1.65
handled and gave a great deal of defljttto Prather Joint "hostesses from 4 to 6 and Edith Ho well. The party African until the end of the war Best Sweet reed J 100 lbs.:.. 3.40
information. o'clock. The event was in the nature ed up to that pretty spot for a or, better still he may be exchanged Butter Fat Cow Deed. 100 Ib 3.20
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'Mia* Aultman told of plans of spies ,of a lawn party and the guests chat. in the lake during the rn'i at for some German prisoner of equal
by i which' they transmitted valuable ted and sewed as their fancy dictated which wad followed by a noon rank. The French government ,has ':.r.---: :- '
Information to our enemies, giving as they sat' in the pleasant shade. picnic supper end watermelon spread. an arrangement with the German Deal ferret oar
.Illustrations from Everybody's Magazine At the conclusion of the afternoon Chaperoning the I11'ty'were it government, by which prisoners over FRESH MEAT DEPARTMENTWo
,. delicious oatmeal cookies and .punch T. M. Rivers, Mrs. W. H. was 46,, years old are exchanged and it defirer promptly. Floes
Mrs. 'Wells and Mrs. Burckhalter were served when Mrs. N. C. )Bryan, Mrs. Julius Smith and Mrs. J. has been intimated that the British 176
discussed other features of these i, Mrs. Weaver and Mrs. Buckles assisted. Burckhalter. Others attending Again may sometime during the present We appreciate YOU badsess.
questions and Mrs. Aultman closed ,Those attending; were Mrs. cluded: Misses Margaret com year have the same arrangement.
'th. meeting' by prayer for .our sol I N. Mrs. P. K,, Weaver Mrs. Rhea and Porchie Pherigro, ) at the ,
C. Bucks, Mrs. Kenneth Butler Van Duzor Grace and Gussie cream
:diers.
i Atrf\ w...s.T .1 Mrs. Ed. Donegan, Miss Elizabeth Lois J Johnson tAbbie iHarrio
Donegan. Mrs. Julius Smith, Mrs. and Margarite Davidson Alma pro
: CELEBRATES .TWELFTHI Jim Griffin. Mrs. Elizabeth Waring, er, Ruth Howell Mre. A. W. chair
I BIRTHDAY 1 I Mrs. Harry, Dale, Mrs. J. D. Jeffords Mrs. Harry Deyoreo Messrs. J. the so
+ \ Mrs Rep Floyd Mrs. W. M. Peak Burckhalter and son, Joe ; W. II. Hardware Co.--
Little Janet Graves celebrated her Mrs. L. R. Farmer Mrs. A. S. Gilbert Mills, Sheldon and Lacey Johnson D.
-, twelfth birthday Thursday afternoon Mrs. Sarah Prevatt, Mrs. T. M. Mr DeBoise. Milton.Mrs. ,
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w. g.- -
Rivers Mrs. Robert Glover, Mrs. i iI
,.with a.pretty party at her home on the so
Verner Ellis 'and Miss Lucy Buckles.
Emmett streak The little I Crlends
:"' i W... B. I ENTERTAINED AT DINNER | noon Located on Kissimmee's
were received on the lawn and made +
merry with games and amusements CEREMONIAL MEETING OF Mr. and Mrs. E..D. Katz guests, BUSIEST CORNER
?, till a late hour when refreshments 1 CAMP FIRE GIRLS ed at seven o'clock dinner Wedneday bond
"**ro served on little tables. These evening having- for their : dhuroh o
'wero daintily decorated Ib a pink and Miss Mary Slngletary entertainedthe Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cadet Mr.
white color scheme: Punch oatmeal' Fulechee Camp Fire Girls Friday Mrs. M. Katz, Mr. and Mrs. .
f. 'awed. .candy and peanuts were' afternoon 'with a novel,, outing.- The Harper and Howard Katz. Autoists Attention!
I' girls were Invited to meet her et the The tables were attractive .
: ;. 'At thAt party wen Katherine Til- cypress grove in .Cape Breeze addition pretty cut flowers oleanders
'.3er, Elizabeth W. Mosele", Mary'Sanderson where ,they enjoyed the after- inating, combined with ferns, and We sell the Kwickwork Auto EnaneL Paint machine one
,- Julia Ledbetter May WinD, noon. ,Their hostess prepared and elaborate' course dinner was un- your
:ISiizabeth G. Moseley mara Johnson served as' refreshments roast weinie During the evening the dinner, Mas day and use it the next', Also Top Dressing of the tame brand and
Trod. Lupf r, Marion Graves and.Edwin sandwiches roll and wafers. ty enjoyed auction bridge Mr. fitting r
Barnes.Tho The second degree the "Fire Mak- 'per making high score and birth while we are on the subject will mention Teiico Liquid Wax Dmtis*.

;-. guests' were ,members. ,of the er" was, conferred upon Miss Mary the prize '2.50, which he donated. hap These articles are of their kind. Better
nmior Patriotic tick- supreme invein'gate.We .
League. during the ceremonial service and the Red Cross.itizens

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have just gotten a l lot of new Flat We have them in various -

Camp sizes,with price suit. While
. of a to our soldiers are upholding: our

J national honor in prance, let u* awing Old Glory to the breeze and IJ

\ how that we are proud of the. emblem of our great nation



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