Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: June 21, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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.: FOUND. FLOATING IN LAKE The Home Guards S. DAY ON. BROADWAY ':


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f Early Tuesday morning th's bodyof he had reached that point ao they Nearly a hundred men were in line. at the; semi-weekly I .
June 28 Osceola In drive ha that all store
On county, com requested
a man was found floatlng"ln.. LakeTohopekaliga and said.the There jury brought,the evidence'in a verdict stopped of drill of the Home Guards last night and ,a great deal of mO\/With every community in these close between the? hours of 2 -and 4

+ ,not far from Captain accidental: drowning. interest and enthusiasm was shown by the member United States will celebrate War p. m to enable every individual to be)
Johnson's dock and lat identified present at the exercises, and without;
was /
that of William McCleod of The deceased was a man.of about The ladies alto are interested,and turned out in largenumbers Saving .Stamp Day when it is ex: :* doubt Kissimmee-will. conform( to thiasuggeetion. .'
aa 85 of and is thoughthave to
year age pected: that each county "will,go over .
i watch the drill and them with
city no relatives near here. to men encourage ... /the top" in pledging the- quota assigned Pro.,....
vane brothers came upon the After the inquest was held, Robert their 'presence. to it. with the understanding' Selection by the band. .-,"- -
w .. body when they were rowing' out to Hartnett of the Hartnett grocery these pledges be paid by January 1, "Star-Spangled Banner, Jet verse
+ their trot. lines and immediately reported 'store on Broadway, informed( the If the. present interest Jeeep* up. and we don't doubt 1919.I rung by the assembly. Mils MyrtlUaBeaJs

; the discovery to Sheriff Ingrain sheriff that a suitcase belonging to that it will the maximum number of ISO men will be en It is the design of County Chairman director .
who had it brought to under- the deceased had been left; at their D. G. Wagner to provide for Invocation: Dr. J. D. Sibert.
taker Thompson's morgue. store rolled within, the next few day, .district: meetings in every school district Feature community singingDixie" *--
r' Judge Porter who is also ex-officlo Deputy Sheriff Campbell examinedthe 'on' that day These gatherings _
coroner, impaneled a jury to view the property and found among other will likely be in the nature of picnicsor "Buy a Stamp" (tune "Over
remains and inquire into the cause things a note saying in .sub.tancel"Good basket dinners, followed by speaking There.") .
of'his death. Testimony before this bye-God bless you. I am going II.!: .I, and the taking of pledges.' Speeches by Junior Four-Minute
body showed that the deceased in away. This is the easiest way to In Kissimmee a. .has been men. Dorsey Lybrand and Christine
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company with Dr. M. S. May and tell you. rranged to take pace in the park May.. .
Carl Peterson ,left this city Sunday This note has given rise to the belief .near the comer of Broadway and Speeches by Four-MIQute Men from
morning for a launch ride but grounded among a number of people here Pol.leI avenue at 2 p. m. in accord local committee, Col. Lewis O'Bryanand "
their launch,on the sand bar and that McCleod' death might not have MEETING OF CATTLE MEN TO H with the national movement. A others. .' . '
t were unable to get off. Mr. Peterson been caused by accidental drowning; speakers', platform will be erected: I Speakers of the day introduced by
waded- over to ',the club house from the verdict rendered by,, the coroners here and. seats provided for, the lis Dr. W B. Witherspoon; local chair
u there and returned to town. Jury The belief is substantiated by teners. Cars may > be parked on man. .
Mr. MaT and Mr.,McCleod waded to several acquaintances who have beard BE :HELD HERE TOMORROW Broadway between Darlington and Committee on arrangement*-R..
Ilansen's island and Dr. May came him express a desire to kill himself. Possiel avenues but no traffic will be' M. Evans C. E .Yowell, J. E. Lupfer
nome by way of the road, but Mc He was in the habit of keeping his allowed on this section of Broadway. I and Misses Elizabeth Aultman and
Cleod refused to accompany him it .suitcase at this store and going to it .. National (headquarters for this i Inec Careon.THREfKILLED.Ult4'CCI.
? .is said, end lay down on' aVftyi: boat occasionally.: : On last Thursday he --,
"+ on the beach where he seemingly fell made such a trip and asked Robert ''A meeting of the cattle men of this Board and'Dr.. W. F. Blackman, pres

asleep. Later a negro boy and a for a piece of paper ,It is supposedhe vicinity and of all who.an Interestedin ident! of.the Florida Live Stock Association. : ,
white boy saw him wading back to. wrote the note at that time the question of tick eradicationwilt ENT
ti the bar and the.. boys watched him till I though it carried no date or addres. The movement has already been begun
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be held in Kissimmee tomorrow
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wwvwi..w In this county( by individuals who
row afternoon.. at 3 o'clock at the have' built dipping vats at their own '
county court house. The meeting expense to free their cattle from this.
: BOTH SENATORS WANT FLA. Will be somewhat informal and is intended peen c The county has taken up the ] WED: NEAR LAKE ALFRED:

,. .. to create greater interest work through their commissioners
among the local men in 'thl..-fROV"-. who have appropriated funds to buildpublic .
l ment. vats at various points. --- -

TO SUBSCRIBE FULL. Among the speakers who will be The meeting tomorrow will be of arf Either three or four people killed very clear statement the accident '
QUOTAI present are Dr. E. M. Nigfcbert, inspector educational nature when the necessity and three badly-mangled'and injured and did not eeem to know the names
in .charge of eradication ;of the campaign and the resultsof layk
I of the women, but his cousin, who
work in Florida R. M. Storrs a tick free will' be waf 'the net result .f a joy ride todayju4t
; mem' county dwelt in the same room, did not seem so
her of the State Live Stock Sanitary upon. :b forenoon at the railroad crossing1 dated .
and stated that there
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,- Fla., June' 15.- Senator "T just Everyone seven in the car, that Lee'Jones, hit
( Duncan U. Fletcher and Senator LETTER FROM SECRETARY in the party Is wounded In<< such a uncle, was driving', and that all the,

Park Trammell ;rare,both vitally' interested . WILLIAM G: M'ADOO ENROLLMENT HAS PASSED manner .that an' intelligible answer men were, near married Sarasota.and,Hved He.at tried Englewood to-,

In''' Florida's showing the cannot be secured: today and'at least mutter the names of the women,'and
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A greater' number of individuals two of the injured will perhaps-not
War Savings 'drive'which is being stated that they were all registered'at '
than
before' known
conducted over the entlre'nation and. ever bonds as a result of own your government splendid -- survive.The accident occurred' about 11 the Graystone hotel'last night.'
When the train the scene'of
d 'which culminates on June 28th. They .. work' during the Third Liberty 100 FOR THE HOMEGUARD'S o.clock, when an auto loaded with the accident, Dr.reached' Crump of Winter
are particularly Interested because theWar Loan campaign.The seven ran into the Coast Line passenger Haven administering-aa' best ha
was
Savings Plan represents more number of atocldholders In the train-No.. 27 about two miles beyond could, he out on'
as was just starting
'6 especially the participation of every government should still further be -- Lake Alfred. The accident was a call. The railroad' physicians and.
citizen in every Stato than"does then increased through' the sale -of War The Osceola County Home Guards Croxton,, M. E. Overstreet, J. L. not discoverel until the train reached train officials: 'were immediately noti.,
footing! ra d Florida'Is 0:1 the Savings Stamp.; and the teaching of assembled Tuesday night for their David, D.: N. Page, R. S. Lake Alfred when some one of the fled and effort made to take the'
ame ,and buying on the same thrift and economy and the necessity : first drill eighty strong and more Dcvis'J. E. Persons, G. W. crew stated that he heard something best of care every of the Injured' and get
basis M many of the wealthier states. for conserving labor.and material than one 'hundred'nameswere placedon I>ft>lIe..l. C. Plano,.. H. C. drugging' and the conductor: gave orders at the bottom of the accident From
The quota for the State is $22,660,000, Should be continuous. ,- the ,roll before they adjourned Dodd, Roger Prather, G. H. to wire back to the dispatcher, all appearances it wai a plain case of; ,
which me-.ns that each man, _woman Friday,. June 28th, has been des- If the present rate of enlistment continues Ellis V. R., Reaves, J. L., after locating blood and flesh on the too much booze and joy ,riding and,
aM child in the State ts assessed to ignated at, National War, Saving the company will soon reach Evans, R. M. Reed A. S. trucks t>f the train. They received: the whole a 'alr'ts'' most regrettable.' ,
.fiend the Government $20. Day when a, special effort will be the 150 mark, which is the maximum Enge, J. L. Rosen A. orders to go back and there they The coroner's inquest was sum-'
State Director J. F. C. Griggs 'today made throughout the nation to secure number for home guard organiza Farmer, L.. R. Rouse J. W.Sanderson found the! mangled bodies and the moned this afternoon and is being1'
received tho following: telegrams pledges from every American to tions. Floyd, R. S. W. E. Ford automobile. Evidently the auto- held as The Star to ,.Relatives '
from Senator Fletcher and Senator save and economize and to .purchase (The company will drill for the Frsice Warren Schmidt J. C. ran right into the side of,the baggagecar << of the dead goes and injured press. were

,, Trammell,' both of which. came entirely -' War, Saving Stamps present, Tuesday and Thursday. nightsof Gilbert A. S. Schmidt, L. J. as the railroad tracks run parallel I' immediately notified and more dveU.opmenta "
unsolicited:. I earnestly desire that Liberty each week. Gardner, G. p, Shuman, E. J, with the aspTvalt road GIld the come out ,
"This message is prompted by my Loan workers shall :render all assistance Roster of Company "A" Oseeola Gilbert, J. R. Smith J. M. crossing is an open one and not called provided .may the patients swrvfee Uyaowow Use,
very deep nterest!; ir tIe, success of possible to War Saving Com County Guards: Gilbert, F.' S. Smith J. :R. dangerous. bock of their'injuries. The SteHHraa v
r,' the Intensive War: Savings! Campaign mittees in this campaign. The more Goodman J. W. Smith; R. I.Grantham The'injured bodies were brought' to woman wanted her face kept covered
t culminating on National War Savings thoroughly the necessity for individual Captain E. L. Lesley. C.' H.. Stanford. H. C. Lakeland at once and the dead left I as'she did not want to be seen, and: "
D .y. Juno 28th. You and your saving and economy is brought First Lieutenant, W. J.Steed. Green- E. L. Story, L. V. at the scene of the accident until a stated that she only wanted 'certain
co-workers are. charged with a most home to the people of the nation, the Second: Lieutenant H. M. Kate. Griffin C. W. Taylor, G. M.'Thomas coroner's inquest could be held. The j men to know of her whereabouts..
it Important and patriotic responsibili easier 'will be pur{work in future Lib Second Lieutenant; Cecil Prentis. Griffin J.. J.. RomaThompson injured men were Daniel or M. L. Anderson Lakeland Star (Wednesday).
4 ty. I sincerely trust that your efforts Bond issues the more quicklyand Chaplain Rev. W. B., Witherspoon. Haley, B. E., J. W ( aged 49, and Albert Anderson -I
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may be so successful that the adequately can the army and Enlisted Men Harman Roy. Thrasher, C. F. aged 23., Both had broken legs
a of June 28th will find no citi- navy be equipped and the more cer- Alvey,,' D. M. Lawson, F. H. Harreleon Percy Tress, L H. and their heads were badly cut and it The Lillian Sullivan mentionedabove
;evening Florida uninlisted in this tain will be the future welfare 'and Blackwell J. A, Lester C. J. Harris, '*. B. Tyner, F. H4 is believed that they were injured In ; formerly lived near Whittierin
." nationally important movement. prosperity of our people. ,. Bowen,' a: A.-. Lightsey,'H. C. Harwell SainHenderson Vans Agnew, E. G. A woman was also badly this county, and was employed as 1 ,
"The usual attention which the May I beeP you to do everything' in Bowen, W L Livingston, O. C. W. R. Wells; M, 0.'. injure having' her left arm and left waitress in McCranie's cafe last ?
%3 War Savings' Campaign is attracting' your power to enlist every' Americanas 1 Bratton, H. N. Lupfer J.E. Holt claw, C. E. Whidden, ,D. J. leg, broken, and she may also be In. sprlnl' # ..,. ,.
at Washington prompts me to say a patriotic War Saver and owner.' Bronson, J. L. Lupfer, S.. L., Jr. Hyatt, C. L. Willson. J. M., Jr' Jured internally., She gave her nameas W. '
that I hope( our State ''is working of War ,Savings Stamps T Brown, J. E. Miller, M., M. Jeffords, J. D. Wooded., G. B.: Lillian Sullivan, formerly a Mrs. FEDERAL VETERINARIAN ,r
hard so, that its full quota may be (Signed) W. G. M'ADOO. Bryan N. C., Meyers, -F. A. Johnston, Pat Woodall, J. M. Lillian Sulivan Cowmrt stating" that ASSISTING FARMERS'HERE
k pledged by June 28th, National War w. ..e. Bryan F. C. MacDonough: A.J. Jones, W. H. Woodbeck J. D. !foe had been divorced from her husband -r--
Savings Day. We canot afford to FORMER KISSIMMEE BOYS Burckhalter: J.* T. McCranle. J. J. Katz .E. D. Wynn, J. W. '., and lived at 1607 Marion street, Dr. E. M. Dowling;, eiate and federal *,
allow other States which Are certain ENLIST IN DENTAL CORPS Cadei J. 8. McGruder,' Jonnle Lamb. T. H. Whidden, U'M. Tampa. Her.mother, Mrs. May Hill veterinarian, .with headquarters
I more patriotic than ours to be Carson W. W. McPhatter' John Lancaster, E.,A.< Yowell, .-C, E. also living at that jaddreac, was killed at Orlando, spent. several days'' in
ahead of ours in this movement. l- Dr. Geo. E. Parker, who holds acommiosion Crowder, ,M. J; Neal, Lee II Lanier, R.,-V. Yates, J. J, and a girl by the name of Fay Turnerwas town this week co-operating1 with.Mr.Highftll .- '

'..,feel euro that you and your co-work- 'In the dental corps of the Crowder. C. 8. Overstreet. G.,'W: _Lanier_ Wade.. _ killed. temporary county agent, in
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,a "" ers will no doubt find our people will army, Friday received a telegram in -- As near as could be learned a inoculating' hogs in an effort to stamp
realize that it is their duty to save which he was notified to hold himselfin BOY SCOUTS ACTIVE IN WAR STATE SWINE, GROWERS', chauffeur by the name of "Frenehie" out cholera. Dr. 'Dowling states that,
,: and to pledge the ,full quota during readiness for a call directing him was In the car and was killed, and an there are a number of cases of this
this ,national'' important campaign. to proceed to a camp for duty. The SAVINGS STAMP DRIVE MEETING NEXT WEEK uncle of the,Anderson boys who are dread disease in Osceola: county, as
News comes from all states of the message aid this call would be issued living and are.cousins by the name of' well as In the adjoining counties and
union that great' .intensity is being within about ten days. The Boy Scouts: of Kissimmee who The Florida State Swine Growers' Lee Jones,.waa killed.." urges the formers, to take this pre "'

applied to the War', Savinlgs Campaign Dr. Parker's dental offices tare will have the honor, of belonging. to the Association meets a Micanopy, Fla.. The' injured are now at the City caution against loss from the stand-
: 'and the Florida Senators are be in charge of his brother Dr. A. W. $100* War Saving. Club here, 'pledg Wednesday and Thursday, June:26th Hospital where' the entire staff is point of patriotism ir. conserving
jealous of -the' record that Parker who will close liis offices at association busy taking the best care they can of meat if from no other reasons. Dr.
splendid and, 27th Thi
1918. ,
heir State made Liberty Loan Mulberry and come here. He 44 a ing sto purchase: ,that amount by the 1 of the in the the unfortunate victims. Dowring- and .Mr. High nil 'wen work.
drives. Recently both of thorn expressed graduate of the University, of Penn first of January next,. have already. state though already one has youngest/hundred memo In talking to a, Star representativethe ing' In the Shingle Greek section on
,one
r a' desire to here and which Geo. E. their elder.Anderson stated that they and "In other ,
come sylvaniafrom Dr. : raised quota. bers and its officers expect ,that the Tuesday parts of, the
.l assist in any: way possible-in puttlnl'the' Parker also graduated, wad is well In addition to. this service they are membership' will ,reach five hundredby had been to Jacksonville' : and had county today. '
:.: State the but been stopped at the Graystone at Kissimraee ,. '1 MH U
i over top, they known in Plant City. ,Hd bas ,' the time the organization Is one -
were assured, by the administration located at Mulberry about two years soliciting- $subscription from indidu- old.1 The the State ,last. night and,were,en,route to Help government >and your.
heads that their services were decidedly and he also holds a commission In the als"outside their organization, one lad year Swine Growers'purpo.e-of.. Association is to Tampa He also said that they had self at the same time-buy War, Savings *
necessary in Washington at this dental corps of the army.-Plant City securing orders for $t>0 worth of stimulate increase pork production been drinking1. He could not, give, a Stamps. > '
critical time, and in view of this they Courier. stamps this week. The boys are throughout' Florida. It holds frequent -
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sent the encouraging word to the George and Albert Parker are using post card system, meeting in various parts of
Army of War. Savings workers, in brothers" of Mrs. F. S. Gilbert of this tabulates) the names of the' state, at which it takes the .
up '
Florida. the buyers the number he orders the
city. ,
of the At, the
time be wishes ,
Important
Micanopy meeting questions -
the name of the solicitor and the society .
breeding. feeding,
: he represents, if, any. These relating '

; J.HOMfTALENf.-PLA'iomumn cards are turned over to Scout,'Master care ida will and,be marketing discussed by hogs i the in leading Flor JUNE '

the Pledger The, present boys for file.are drive assistingactively and took great'in be swine an growers ideal to opportunity in the authoritative state for,This the infor-will be- A'S W. S. S. DAY T

t pride in posting the city with conspicuous ginner secure .

GIVEN EOt WORTHY CAUSE"Way the 'people notices'of the this celebration week advising'June mation Fruit on growers these ,important truck, 1 points.farmers 'Whereas, at recent conference that rida 1My not break: her pre
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28. One lad was heard to remark: stockmen and others' interested in !ther'state directors and'National War cedent of nobly responding.every
'Ged but we've done You rendering valuable aid to our government cull. I therefore urge' that the peopleof
; a good job. by helping to increase the supply Saving Committee it was decided to this'state
make their'
Down South in'Dixie," a cooav book 'on plantation'' life written by can, see 'em everywhere. w. a. '.you look..: of pork at this critical time are fix a day as National ,War; SavingsDayl : as are consistent with pled..aslarp their' '

town comedy, will be, given at the Louise Clark Pyrnelle, a well known AMUSEMENT- \ strongly urged to Attend this meeting included {in this plan is a request liberal discretion, end'co-operate, in
" 'Tueeda'l'aveni 'in' cones southern writer. who vouches for their DOCK MAY BE and become: members of this &8- to have the -governor of each state- every 'way possible' with the plans and
< Casino: l', tnthfuh.... This seen is not in COMPLETED JULY 4 sociation. The membership fee is Issue a proclamation In1' conjunction purposes of Hon. J. F. C. Griggs of '0
: -.Jtlon with, the pictures, for the ,benefit tended to be a burleeque or a mockery : :- ,only $2 per year and may be :remitted with that of the President, Jacksonville, who baa been appointed
's"" 'qf the Orphan's home Jacksonville.: , but a picture: of scenes.enacted: Work OB Kisehnmee amusement direct to the secretary, Will M. Truer, Therefore, I,:Sidney;J; Cato, governor War Savings director'for this state
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."i ,This "home talent" wilt be .given : long ago.' dock located on East Lake Tobope- Box: : 860. Jacksonville: Fla. of tl-e state, of,Florida, do !hereby acting under authority of. the secretary
sfcy I: hiss Elisabeth: Aoltman' expre*. 1 'IIberenl be plenty of life, ofjkd- blip, about: c 'two EftUes '::from the :_w. s. *.-, i iKissimmee. proclaim Friday,' June ,28, 1918, of the treasury and pursuant to ;
c _, '.ion clans: Assisted' by some of the mor In the program, with all sorts of city: limits to moving along nicely. ,. i. to have a recreation: War Savings Day in Florida. the, proclamation of the President-. *"
bBt<,.xnatenr talent in the city. specialties.' There will bea black The piling and framework for the pier on East Lake Tohopekaliga., It ,-.Tha'people of the state are expected . In testimony whereof, I have here ' .n ;
'l The entertainment i* an attempt to quartet singing folk a mixed approach to the dock, is in place and will accommodate 'both bathers and to invest in War Saving Stamps unto< set my band and caused the
' reproduce the old southern+ type which: quartet, in southern melodies and atypical the floor will b* Jald.. ,as soon a* the dancers and 1 ia expected to. provide to the maturity value of.f 20.627.46Q. great seal of..the State of Florida to,
' existed just ,after. the'' war and the "Old Black: :' Joe. lumber ,Arrive : amusement for a': large .number 'of Similar allotments have been mad* to be affixed at Tallahassee, the aP J.,
street scene' the wedding- with which There will be action song; a watermelon The construction Is in the hands) of both citizens and rlsitorsv-Sarasota other-etate, and the' President baa this the, eighth' ,",day' of. June,\'AV'A' .t? v;
the story-culminate. be true'to. pantomime twelve little pic- the Arm ,of Arnold A MacDonc-ngh Times., called upon our people) to indicate our 1918. '
i "t : ; ... > .. chorus- Dixie. who state that U BO further delay occurs _,.. yr. s. r._.i- willingness to practice patriotism andy (Great.Seal)* SIDNEY J.'CATT .', .
*\lVTb, ,camp'meetln': with" its'rousing .The program win begin-et o'clockat in securing the Joiuber the dock National War Savings'Day'U only Mlfodiaial pledging, ourselves, to By the- Governor attest: GoveraoA

:.ettontbaslaess, sinner and I' the close of. the first picture.pro.. will be 'complete.ready<.<.nee, by. the one' day oar'man ,in tb..army'aDd = """pa.chIrlncpy" :H. CLAY CRAItVFORD., -,- ,,>- n. 41. _;
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Is There a St. Cloud Department Calomel 'Today! Sick Tomorrow! : a


W.: S. S.' .
T '. I 'Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone
NEWS AND NOTES OF THE,"WONDER CITY"
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In YOURPocket BY cUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT I

? Don't lake nasty, dangerous calomel when b Bilious '. '

The Priscilla club met last Friday that her son would leave on ,Friday 'Listen to me I
afternoon at the home of Ella .Me-. for France, which caused her" imme. constipated, headachy .

You thank your stars that the war IS "over there" and not Allister on Carolina! avenue and 11th diate return.

+ here at your doorstep- And you feel grateful to the boy in khaki street. After' a short business session Mrs.in Kissimmee H. C. Hartley shopping.spent Wednesday and ,
liver straighten up
101'
Calomel salivates! It's mercury. your
in which the club decided to sell
Miss Mittie May left Saturday '
on and than'nasty Calomel w
better quicker
lemonade every Saturday afternoon to spend her vacation at Formosa. Calomel acts like dynamite on a
TURN YOUR GRATITUDE INTO WAR SAVINGS STAMPS for the benefit of' the orphans homo Uncle Josh Ferguson was. a business sluggish liver When calomel comes and without making you tick, ,

In. Jacksonville, the'afternoon was caller at Kissimmee on Wed- into contact with sour bile it crashes you just go back and get your money. .
June 28tli pleasantly! spent in snipping rags nesday. into itcausing cramping and nausea. If you take calomel you'll be '
knitting and sewing Next meeting Mrs. C. K. Hendrix left Wednesday sick and nauseated tomorrow' besides
will be held June 28th with Mrs. Edna morning to spend the 4f you feel bilious, headachy, con-
National War ,Savings Day GORS' on Ohio avenue. friends at Chicago, Ill., and summerwitfb Cincinnati stipated and all knocked out, just go it may salivate.you, while if.
Mlsa Ella Craneton entertained on Ohio. to your druggist and get a bottle of you take Dodson's Liver Tone YOU

; 'This i month you pay $4.17 for a War Saving Stamp for which Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gessford and Dodson's Liver Tone for a few cents will 'Wake up feeling great, full of
Mrs. James Lau Jln. 3rd the surgical Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kenney and chile and ,for work or
ready
the Government will pay.you $5.00 in January, 1923. This is equivalent which is a harmless vegetable substitute ambition
s' 4 interest compounded quarterly.This dressings instructor. Mrs. Laugh dren spent Sunday afternoon (Iwi'tlhMr. for calomel. Take play. It is harmless, pleasant and
to per cent lin expects: to return to her home at and Mrs. Jesse Harris. dangerous
Orlando spoonful and if it doesn't start safe to give fo children; they like it.
on Thursday. Mrs. W. M. Mont doca and children a :
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contributed for the winning of the by I .
?- space war The Loyal Women's Class held left on Wednesday to spend a weekat .
their meeting last Friday afternoonin Lakeland and then on to Fort ;I
R; D. G. WAGNER the Christian church, with a good- Meade to visit her mother, Mrs. W the position, and will doubtless' give .JULIA LEDBETTER WINS IN
"jr number In attendance. 'At the M. Bowen. a good account of herself. DRUG STORE CONTEST: ':
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close of the meeting Mrs. Win., Eck- Mr. and Mrs., II. b. 'Brainerd left Just think of the magnitude of the 7
ley surprised the class by serving on Wednesday .to spend the summer work we are engaged in. Not only is Little Miss Julia Ledbetter. it $is
I sandwiches, cake and coffee. Next at Chicago, Ill., and Escanaba Mich. it expected that every loyal; community announced this week is the fortunate
: meeting to be (held with Mr. Wolfe Mr. and Mrs. J.' D. Woodbeck of in Osceoda county, but millions of winner of the $5 offered by the Cen. "
All you are asked to do is to buy only.necessary on Missouri avenue after which, as Kissimmee were St, Cloud. callers on other communities in these United tral drug store for the greatest number .' .-
the president and vice president will Wednesday morning.. States will have, a patriotic meeting of pictures of the "Central' Red
tr things and, then loan-not giveyetir savings. to be absent for the summer. the class Mr. and Mrs..' C. W. Bruns. who are on the 28th of this month, and push Cross Nurse," published! in their advertisements *

_. your government to help .it fight.your war.' will adjourn till September. spending some time at Fella Point. the sale of Wtr Savings Stamps to in the Gazette.
refuse Mr. and Mrs. J. '0. Vreeland andnei2'hbors were in our city Tuesday evening. .help win tho war. Miss Julia turned in 710 pictureswhich
Can you to'loan your savings. when other enjoyed 45 pound wa .Messrs. Blood Hyler,and Stillwell Every man woman 'and child in ,was nearly 200 more than any

men-give their lives? BuyWAR melon, which was grown in the. who have been spending'some at Kissimmee should try to get to the other contestant.! :. When ..the, little px.
land garden. r.j the Soldiers' Home,at Johnson City, patriotic meeting the 28th if it is lady received her money she Immediately '

# SAVINGS STAMPS Mr. Charles A Potter died iTenn.,.arrived here Tuesday evening physicallypossible.. Anyone' not Inclined .invested. ,, Jit, in War Savings
suddenly on Sunday Mrs. Potter' Mr. A. W. Daugfeerty left,Wednesday to attend should think of himself Stamps. tip
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I companying the remains to ,Connectl- morning to.spend a few days,,at AS a slacker. Think Of the ravares W. ..8.
--This space contributed by- cut: on Monday. Tampa. of war in Europe and other countries KISSIMMEE WOMAN FINDS REM-!
y Dr. L. C. Riddle wife and Zimmerman ind the r.nxiety in our own
baby, expect L. U. made a: business EDY WORTH FABULOUS
M.KATZYour i to leave on Saturday to spend trip to Kissimmee on Wednesday,laat country, 'and let us rise 'up like. true- FORTUNE. '
... their vacation at the doctor's home We are informed on good authority patriots and help stop'it.' .
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4000 U' "O' +H-4' in North Carolina. that a company has been formed to "I wouldn't take a million dollars

._. ---,--- The little folks of' the Christian operate a five and ten cent store. W. S. S. NOTES for the good Mayr's Wonderful Rem .
-v--- church held' an all day picnic at the This will be good news to everyone. edy baa done for me. I have finished '

..OOO.OO.OO OOOOOOOO feckham place on the "lake .front.. on }Mr and Mrs. C. W. Bruns expect to the course and can say that I am entirely ,
; When Tuesday. leave this wek for' Cincinnati i Ohio,
buy cured of
you Kissimmee Fla., June 19, 1918. my severe indigestion r
will tell Mrs. Mary from
May Knoxville the
common sense to spend summer. } bloating and colic attacks I .ufferI
JTenn., arrived Monday evening to Henry L. Scott of Dade City, near The War Savings Stamp drive is t
that cannot buy now all War for many years. It is a simple, .. '
you you Savings Stampsyou ,visit her sister, Mrs. Ollie' Harris Miami i. is spending a few days here developing very satisfactorily. We harmless preparation/ that "
; the thing. you bought before but on arrival received a telegram this week looking over his holdings are assured that War Savings Day the catarrhal mucus from the removes ,
June 28th, will be fittingly observe.]
'we had a war to win. Your buying do not give- your money, at Kissimmee and St. Cloud and have nal tract and allays the Inteatl.1$1
you loan it at 4 per cent com been definitely informed that which causes practically all stomach ;.
must be restricted. and your pounded quarterly. You help ORANGE CENTER NEWS AND COMMENTS priate observation will be recognizedin appro liver and intestinal ailments including "
savings invested inWar appendicitis. One dose will '
your Government but you help almost all of the school districts con :...
) :yourself even more. throughout the county, 'mostly in the' vince or money refunded. J. Z.. Rob-. \t
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This contributed by The' charming event of the week By. W. B. WitherspoonDo nature of community gathering with crson druggist.
space was the dance given at the residence Basket dinners of fish \ rye. .I
,>t Mr. and"Mrs. Houck, on Friday you want to see the war ended 1 T The eople of Ashton district No.
F. S. GILBERT evening. A very delightful eveningwas Then buy War Savings Stamps and 6 will assemble at Alligator ,Lake. Pledge yourself to'save to the
and Union Center, East Lake, Center utmost and to buy, definite
spent an enjoyable time had hasten the work "of wining victory. a ,
Park, Narcoossee Kissimmee Park
by all Mr. Littleton Bronson fur. amount of
Don't wait to' be urged to join the mshed some fine selections on the The Hart, Memorial property is far (Finney Point), Deer Park, Campbell,
'SavingsStamps W.S.S. army. What If our men in violin. Among those in attendance more attractive since the lawn has Clarks Hancocks and Shingle Creek
the trenches waited to be urged T. were: Mr. and Mrs. Houck, Mr.'and been kept mown regularly. Thanksto school district chairmen have given "
Mrs. R. E. Bronson Mr and Mrs. the city fathers. assurances that the day will be properly WarSavings
Many are giving their lives; you Henry Keene, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Keene The generosity of the' businessmen observed in their respective disricte. -
are asked ony: to loan your money. Mr, and Mrs.: Lester Flint, Mr. andMrs. of Kissimmee is manifested in !. It'is hoped that the same aC.1tI..n .

Ivon Roberts Mrs. :Goodchildand the large advertising space 'in the will be taken by the committee
family Mr. and Mrs. 'Art Bron- Gazette this week, donated to the sale of the remainder of the districts
son Mr and Mrs Walter Bronson, of War Savings Stampo. Nearly People, this is a very important mater .
'. The philosophy of W. S. S.. Mr. and Mrs. Randall Keene, Mrs. everyone has contributed his. entire ; you cannot afford to ignore it;
This space contributed "by. is save, save, ..ave.Line Oliver Mrs. McLaughton,' Mrs. Agnes space for thir purpose. the reputation of Osceola bounty is
Burnam, Mrs. R. Tyner and children -' The speech of the British Captain now, at stake;; we have never fell
up'and sign up on Misses Nona, Lime and Mud at the Casino yesterday was one of short in'our patriotism, do not do it
Mach Brothers Bronson, Percy and Ruby Oliver the finest that Kissimmoe has had now.
NATIONAL
Pearl McLoughton, Venetta nrlslAddle this year. It was illuminating ae. It is hoped and expected that the
tsrr well entertaining' business houses of Kissimmee and St. Stamps
Burnam, Messrs. Edgar Bum- as
IA ......o.oooooooo oo.o.ooo , War Savings Day am, Malcolm Overstreet, Littleton Everyone in Kissimmee who can Cloud? will close from 2 to 5) p. m.

,r* "'' .,' ', ;.*\V'" ",. Bronson Charles Lamb Paul Burn- possibly do so, should go the limit Friday, June 28th; also that our peo-
Hartley Withers, the t ; Steve and a thousand dollars pie generally wilt{ observe the weekegmnlnp
editor of the 'This space contributed by'',' I'N am, Bronsop, Morgan Coy and .purdhase ( each month.You
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,Economist, of London, says"Moneypent + Earl I Bronson, George! and Leonard worth of 'War Savings Stamps. It Sunday, June 23 and end.. .
in war time on things not need- ;'S7GILBERTI \ Bronson.I'v- .' .J' *\ ?',., ..,, will take a movement like this .to go. Ing Saturday, June 29, In the spirit of can at least be "'in the'
-.ed.l. money given to the enemy: .' Mrs. Richard Bronson accompanied "over the top." prayer for the success of the War *
I by her daughter, Maud were the The issue in this war is the same Savings, Stamp campaign," also for .second, line of defense:-be a
A war saver is a life saver, Wednesday guests at the home of old issue that has been on ever since the victorious and early terminationof war saver.This e"
'Mrs. M. E. Maddux. the human race Started out on its the war, not forgetting earnest
Mrs.. R. Tyner and children have career-the issue between right and application for divine watchfulness space contributed .by, .r
been enjoying a pleasant visit at the wrong. The' governments of the and guidance of our lads who are '' ;
residence. of,Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Keene. world must be established and operated ready to give their' all for the cause SANDERSON JEWELRY[ CO., 'K:
Mr.. Warren Frace-' of' Kissimmeehas on the eternal principals of righteousness of' civilization. .,, :
been spending a few days with . ,Then we shall' have real Active solicitation for the purchaseor '
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kelly. pence and prosperity. pledge to purchase War Savings :
Mrs. W. H. Bronson accompanied Let .everyone in KisaCmmee who Stamps will begin Monday, June 24, -
by Morgan, Bessie and Myrtle Bron reads these lines please do his, or her, and end June 28th, immediately The S'cott'Uouse :
son made a trip to Orlando on Friday utmost to help make the 28th a great thereafter, if the results should indicate J
to see her brother Mr. Arthur Prescott success in the sale and subscription a necessity for so doing a I
I who was seriously injured. Mr. for War Savings Stamps. This is a house to house canvass will be madeto MRS. M.:OLAMK., Pro....
,
Prescott (had been to Conway to at- time when everyone should do she locate people who do not respond HendersonYllle N. C. -{
tend a Red Cross supper and upon his thoroughly patriotic thing. No one to the call during the time of the actual :
Why return when he was about three I should consent to be a slacker in any drive. Don t be a'..Iacker.D. 90-8 t
miles from Orlando: the supposition degree. Go your limit and then some G.. WAGNER
s is that he Chairman. -
was knocked off the motor more. -
cycle which he was riding. He was The ,writer desires to again express Osceofla Co. W.S.S. ,Committee.w -
i Swift &Company found to have a gash on the backof his appreciation of the generosity of > ;e. 8. They also who
the head and several other bruises. the Gazette force in helping to pro- GIRLS! ITS YOUR' serve buy
He was injured on Thursday evening- mote the interest of our governmentin
and was still unconscious late Sunday this time of great need. May STEP THAT ATTRACTS I War Savings Stamps
Has Grown evening. It is reported he is Improving their example stimulate others to do -' ,
fR fast, but is still in bad con likewise. Mt.ny others'are now doing Says women pay too much heed to
dition. Dr. Winr of KIssijunee.: Dr. level best, but there are still others their face instead of if they save and buy to the utmost
Christ and Dr. Pillens are ,attending who could do much more than tley their corns. of their ability and buy
him. His many friends hope for a are now doing. Let these get busier, in,time.
The fact that a business organization speedy recovery. and do their best. Watch your step! A brisk lively s

''has .for Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bronson and The writer; as chairman of the local step is what charms more than A This space contributed by' '
grown steadily Mr. Alton Bronson and son spent committee takes this method of lovely skin,but your high heels have t

forty years proves that it has Sunday in Orlando visiting Mr. Pres returning thanks to the special! committee caused corns and you limp a little. MRS. TRESS '
cott. on the program for the 28th 'hat's bad. girls, and you know it.
'kept continually meeting a vital Mr and Mrs. E.; J. Keene and'chil-: for-their valuable) assistance This tarns-destroy beauty and grace, be- ---
dren were Orlando visitors on. Sun-: committee consists of Prof. R. M. ides"corns aro very easy to remove.
business dema'nd.It day.Mr. !I Evans Prof. C. E. Yowell, J. E. Lup- ; Rid your feet of every corn by aok-
George Johns wcs the Sunday, fer Miss Elizabeth Aultman and Miss Ing at any drug store for a quarter of
guest at the home of W. II. Bronson.. Inez Carson\) They were prompt and an ounce of freezone. This will cost
must J18ve kept "fit" or It could W.S. ..- diligent in the performance of the little but Is sufficient to remove every
Save for the
not have stood the strain of ever- *S country's'. 'M sake. task Every assigned American them patriot must thrill hard. of soft corn or I'allu..trom one's BuyWar Savings
Stamps
shifting conditions. DESERVES A GOLD MEDAL FOR at the fact that our force in France feet.A few drops ar.lied directly upon

y rA"// THIS are approaching the million mark, a tender, touchy corn relieves the to the utmost 'of I financial :
J and that those in action are acquitting Soreness and loon the entire corn, your
i; ,Swift &Company has been trained .Cincinnati'''authority tells. how to dry themselves with credit to their root and all, lifts right. out wltlvut capacity. and then increase'
up any corn or callus so it country We who remain at home pain. your capacity by saving more.
.: In the ,school experience ,lifts right ,off. should back them up with equal sacrifice This freezone (is u rummy substance
in furnishing every possible i aid which dries instantly and simply This space contributed by t
4 You corn-pestered men and women I for the furtherance of the great cause shrivels up the corn without inflam .,',
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,Every day of its forty years of need suffer no longer. Wear the shoes of humanity.The ing or e/cn irritating the surrounding jo

d service'has solved some new problem that nearly killed you before says State Director was fortunatein kin. McCranle's"Cafe .
this Cincinnati authority, because a the selection of a'cOUnty chairman I Women must keep in mind that
',of value to Its customers. few drops of freezone applied directlyon to lead in the drive for the sale of ornless feet create a youthful step

11, tender, aching corn, stops soreness War Savings Stamps. Mr.' D. G. Which cnh. :nces her attractiveness.W. . .- ) ,
at once and soon the corn loosens Wagner has already, proven himself ... S._ IA' ,
r Every,year has proved Its ability'toY so it can be lifted out,,root;and all, .worthy' of the position.' He is tack- WATCH THE'LICEon "., .rt
{ without bit of ful enthusiastic Do not forget that t i
learn a pain. energetic persistent eb !
: by 'experience, and to use this A,quarter of-an ounce of freezone and effective. We should all ch . Theseparasites' sap the .
for the CAoM costs little at continue to around' him until very life blood out of them. Dust
t :knowledge benefit of very. any drug store rally the hen at with War Savings''
,,', bat is sufficient I to take off every hardor : we have gone.."over tfce top. night B. A. 'I1bomu'Louae :Stamps
Killer and i'
.with. whom it dsab.h . soft corn or callus. This should be Remember that one-Thrift Stamp your troubles are
.,"'" *.. """. tried, as it is inexpensive and is said will furnish'a bullet.to help win victory ended., It sdso kills bup'on, cucum 'are not .for'children only.. Most :

.t'ft.,...'. not to Inflame, or even irritate. thesurrounding and one War Savings. ; Stamp sell ber it tomato to you, and and if squash it does vines.not make We of the .squandering ts done, by; '

," ,.i. ;Swfft&.Company'U.( ,.S.. A., will your wife tissue know-ofithish,or skin. she will Miss Are Ophelia a big ran,Overstreet: has been geod,Co.we,will.. ;Waters ft I ,Carson Gro : 8rown-QP*. -
ery
i: t ..{ 'Ioo.t.t. <;. : r .be) glad to appointed to look after theWar: Savings This 'space contributed byRON
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THE nSSMMEE,VALLEY' GAZETTE,; FRIDAY, FHIDAT, JUNE 21. 1.18 IIIUI

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Halt the PRESIDENT ',WILSON CALLSALL



'. LOYAL CITIZENS OF AMERICA TO OBSERVE;JUNE.Z8, 1918.,

AS.NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS DAY.
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GOVERNORS AND MAYORS MAKE SIMILAR II PROCLAMATIONS

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"Hun MEETINGS' WILL BE HELD IN EVERY COMMUNITY TO SECURE w 4

"' SUBSCRIPTIONS-FOR WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
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. Pursuant to the proclamation of the President of the United States x

i j and the Governor of this State, 1 I. War Savings Director for'Florida,
' acting under the authority of the United States Treasury Department,' 1 ?
Provide the with the they
' boys! things have called all tax payers and wage-earners to meet on Friday, June ... :
29th, to give their subscriptions for War Savings Stamps. In rural
,,' ,:need. to make" short work ,of him, communities and the smaller towns and cities, meetings will be held G
in the school houses at 2 p. m.. .
The school officers will conduct,the meeting in each school house. We Set Tire

k Help the boys to get guns, clothing-- keeping a record of the proceedings and reporting the names of all
? persons present and the amount of War Savings Stamps,subscribed for

aircraft food munitions-and the ships by them: The names of absent persons, and of those who refute or neglect .U_odStandards
--4 f/, to subscribe with their reasons for so doing, will also be reportedWar ,Tr.

.with. These the things Savings Stamps (which are United States Government Bonds. M. Why Is it that United States Tires
to'get,. .over are the.sine as Liberty Bonds) can be paid for during'' any month in"the' are setting new records for mileage
< year 1918. but it.is intended that subscriptions. will be signed for themon and ?
they need and ,they :cost' money: June 28th. serviceability t

,. The price of each War Savings Stamp. depends Upon the monthduring Why is,it that the sales.of these
which .it is bought. During June each stamp will cost $4.17.. l' tires are constantly mounting by
i : i. ._ June 28th In July each stamp will cost 4.18, and so on, one -cent more ach leaps and bounds?
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,
: month during 1918. On January I I. 1923. the Government of the "

'. National War, Savings Day United Slates will redeem' all War Savings Stamps at $5.00 each no The answer is found 'in the factories -

, F matter 'during which month in 1918"they were bought. They coatless ,. where Unljed States Tires are
',r'- during the early months in 1918 than during the later months -' trade -
because the who buys earlier has loaned his to .the r
person 'money
The'1no q'ur soldiers' have Standards construction for
e quickly Government for a longer time than if he should buy later., 'of
,;.. these tires are higher than ever before *
v By way of illustration;;note the following table: aD .
all the things they need, the more COST OF: WAR SAVINGS STAMPS known ,In the tire industry

quickly the ,ships, will be bringing '' DURING JUNE. JULY AND AUGUST 1918 Makers of tire fabrics tell us that 4'

"" the standards we',have given them
I. Cost in, Cost in Cost in And are worth
them victoriously back to. us.' June July 'August on Jan. 1 I. 1923I for United States Tire fabrics1 pre
: I Stamp _.__,_ $4.17 $4.18 4.19 $>.00 higher than'any previously known.
20 Stamps...... 83.40. 83.60 '83.80 10000
This contributed for the of the by likewise through
pace winning war, every process
.50 Stamp._.,._._ 208.05 209.00 209.50 250.00 '
100 Stamps____?. 417.00 418.00 419.00.\ 500,00 '. ,'< .' of construction from...crude rubber
200 Stamps..____ 834.00 836.00 838.00 1,00000 :,\'; to finished tires:- we have set new'

STATEBAN'I( ,The law provides that no person can hold in his'own name War l' '..\" ,/,"', and higher. standards .everywhere.
Savings Stamps exceeding' $1.000 'maturity 'value."- War' Savings '
': : standards work
These outon
Stamps, however may be purchased for other members of.the family, .: your "
ai
\ .,.including minor children ." r.:: car in the :practical economy. de
,
KISSIMMEE, The money' invested; War Savings Stamps is not a gift.'or a ":',l: manded by war-times...
r donation but is a loan .to'the Government., 'It will be' paid back with '" Tires will raise
.. United States any
4% compounded interest. If. because of some, serious financial reverses ["'J,>), +'
it should be before: ,car to higher efficiency.. ,
or calamity, necessary to get your money .r '
Jan. I,((923. you may do so by giving ten days notice to any Money, There is a type.to suit every condition .
Order postmaster, in'which case'you can get what.you paid for the of service.
; Prove YourPatriotism. Stamps, with interest to'date of payment._ The Stamps are free from all

4.t \' .. "' 'i, state and local taxes; when registered at the postofhce they are insured 'The nearest United States Sales,
;. 'against loss; they'are backed by all the property in the United States; and Service Depot dealer will cheer

\::..: .. they cannot fall in value below the price you pay; they areas convent fully aid In selecting' right tires,for,
ent and as well paying investment as has ever been offered by our ,
Y Don't talk'patioiism-thowJ it l'Pr I veyour" patriotism by "signing Government. ..' .. I.** N{p your, requirements.. ..

; the pledge". to save and invest your savings. ( in War Savings. Stamps. A definite quota of War Savings Stamps has been assigned each' 'StatesTiresq
n' J school district'and community, which will be announced at each meet, 7 United
; June 28th ing on June 28. The Government of the United States expects all the
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citizens of every school district and county to subscribe: for its quota '"are Good Hires 3

f-r y National War .Savings, Day' .and to pledge themselves to save and economize to help'win'the war.
It is to be hoped that the subscriptions taken at the meetings in
Your government has officially set Friday June 28th. as National 'your county will show you and your neighbors to be loyal Americans
' War.Savings Day. Every loyal American will l b* summoned to show' to whom our' Government in this hour. of need, does not call in vain. 1 f
his himself invest definite amount in WarAt2fS .
patriotism by pledging to
J. F. C GRIGGS .
; llg..stampa.? . ... ..,;r''i"I.tJ'.l''i";: ; !1. ; /I.:, : Florida,War Savings Director appointed and acting under the: .
a \<< "' .n '' :1 i:1ta',; /i.t'. )>' : , ''
,
,W., : S. S. cost $4.17 b IJue aa3 will be] 'Id, 'I, ;. (.'.''.il authority, of. the.. Secretary,of. the. .. United.. States Treasury.txPROCLAMATION '. .**l *tb, eitfWeAnew.)'\ I,*-< " <... .. ' ,l\' :" ,..f ,, .,;
'worth"(''j'S.OO'ch *ln i1923.\ .. .' '''$,.'\\iI ';'...v..;; ; .-"':'"- .1.. (:' \ "'''':\ ,", ; \ \ States : };I,
,, .,, ." 'January ; \ ", \, ' :" \" "':t';>I, \ .' \(United 'Tires are Good Tires; ThatVWhy. .'we.. >
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", PLEDGE YOURSELF TO SAVE AND BuY WAR BY THE MAYOR e sell them.- ;

'SAVINGS 'STAMPS REGULARLY 'EVERY MONTH I WHERE S..President Wilson in a ploclamation issued from the LUPFER & 'pn THEn

NATIONAL. WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEEThis White, House recently called-on all American citizens to rally ,to the MACH BROS.

space, ecl'b-, .*: assistance those who'are conducting the War Savings campaign in.
the various states, and _'-----..--- i
; RELO' ": ""?'Z'n ."WHEREAS,. the President asks Americans to pledge the amountof The Girl Stouts of Kissimmee have 'Whenever You Need a General ,Tonic

.. ., War Savings Stamps they will absorb during the remainder of the' pledged themselves to donate $5 each Take drove's.The .. >r '
. year in'the following language: month to the Red Cross (ud nitely.That'a Old Standard Grove's''Tasteless
"This war is one of nations- -not of armies-and all of our one chill Tonic is equally valuable as a '
I 1 what, you might call patriotIsm General Tonic because it contains the
hundred million people must be economically and industrially adjustedto
considering: the misses are on an well known tonic properties QUININE
:' war conditions if this nation is to play its full part in the conflict. average of twelve years old and thereare and IRON. ?It acts on the Liver, Drives
Many Arc Lending The problem before us is not primarily financial problem but rathe)* not more than a dozen of themin out Malaria Enriches the Blood and
. a problem 'of increased production of war essentials and the savingof the band.-Polk County Record. Builds up the.Whole System.. ,60&:e11t1.: '

the materials-, and the labor necessary ,for the support and equipment -
Their Lives What ;/ of and of fornonessentials
.Y' v : --- ; ; our Army Navy. Thoughtless expenditure money
:'.;$. ,!, '. uses 'up the labor of men, the.''products of the farm <
':' : .'" : rnjues\ and factories, and overburdens: transportation of which. '
: :; Are YouLending? must, be used to the utmost and at their best for,war purposes."The .*'
,
.,.... / great..results 'which we' seek can be" obtained only'by'' the Come Across orThe
; participation of'every member of the nation young and old., in a '
!$ jo \\i Thousands of our boys are going down into the trenches today-
national concerted thrift movement. I therefore that people
1,:, clean-faced, determined, splendid ,,young men-going there to .battler everywhere.pledge' themselves, ,as suggested by the urge Secretary our the \ "

"' for, you. .. Treasury, to the practice of thrift:. to servo the Government to their ,
You can at least go down in your pockets for them. utmost in increasing production in all fields necessary to, the.will'ning Kaiser Will -

',, Think it over-be ready on' | of the war; to.conserve food and fuel, and useful materials of ,every, .i _.
'-i'{4'(,' kind; to devote their labor only to the most necessary tasks; and to,

fX 'r'- June 28th. buy only those things 'which' are essential to ''individual health and : '
:,: :'. u .. '" efficiency; "and thalthe-people, >as' 'eviclenceof': their loyaltf'invest A We mu t'back upbur military forces-now-or*suffer mud,of what
".rp National War all that they can save in Liberty Bonds and War:;Savings Stamps. Europe has suffered. We don't 'want the Kaiser i and"hi.. Potsdam a: :' Savings Day "I: earnestly' appeal to' every man. woman and child to pledge 'over here.
themselves before 28 'constantly and buy regularly' gang
June to
on or save
:; There an army. Yes,'',a dozen armies-of stalwart, wind-bronzed ando.do ,The Government'''needs money'to carry on the war. ,
; the securities of the Government thisas far possible
] ; as P
";: .' young men standing between'you and the grizzly Hun. These young through membership in War Savings Societies. The 28th'of June ends By purchasing War, Savings Stamps, you are lending not giving.
: fellows are"giving'their'ease; their comfort their homes and friends. this special period of enlistment in the great volunteer army of produc: your money. You are lending your money'where it will hit "Kultur s
;x their bodies, the hope. of,life-giving for you-for '
you.
,. tion and saving here'at home. May there be none unenLsted. on that the hardest. 'j.i .4
You'can,at least lend yourmoney'for them) Prove your patriotism '
+'.. with dollars.. day. See your postmaster or banker and sign a,W, S,.S"Pledge Card..
NOW. THEREFORE under and by,virtue of the power vested in '
1. NATIONAL.. : .WAR" SAVINGS'COMMlriEE. me as mayor of the City-of.Kissimmee. Florida and in pursuance of Don't'wait until-"
the of the.Pre.ideatt'ofthe.e United States I. John'S. Cadel],
request
:
:This space J contributed for the winning of the war,by 'da hereby'announce, proclaim and declare June 28; 1918. to be,War June 28th fI

Savings Stamp Day ,And earnestly request very ma.n. woman and
The -Waters & Carson child in Kissimmee to pledge themselves to save constantly and buy, National War-
: :regularly. as possible'the War Savings Stamps j referred 10'''in the Savings Day'y
proclamation; President Woodrow, Wilson.' .
Grocery .? s. CADEL. Invest"now.i 'Sip. card-a:War Savings.. Pledge 'Card-to save 5" '

I f,:, Company Mayor of iQssinnnee City. Florida. some. ..money, ,every.:month. .and. invest..in'. War, .Sayings..Stamp-, .x

r JOUR .. -.... NATIONAL! ,,;..WAR SAVINGS .COMMITTEE ,

: AND 'FISH FRY "Become stockholder in the United r''.
PICNIC a
the ''
This contributed fort of the **
,winning war by
Censtlpatloa GRANiwATB=sd.nehed. States-bay: War Savings\ ) Stamps. space ,
For Indigestion., or ? Narcoossee; Fla.,:Jon. 17, 1918,
o Biliousness, .hones for::olfe.., ",That was As, District Commttteeman of Remember'that National t War:Savings
Just try one SO-cent,bottle of LAX-FOS$ the old! way *f-1L*.8.unoertab1'and Aahton District. 'Mo..6 W."' S., S."W Day is June 28.. Pledge yourself
.;WITH 'PEPSIN. A Liquid Ditfosthrev unaftL FMTia'' : CoU Remedy does have.made srang.nrent.to"hay. our on or before that day to save to the H C. STANFORD CO.
,Laxative pleasant to'Uk., llade and away :with drenching, is ,applied. 'on Basket- Picnic and fleh' fry on,'+June I, utmost of your. ability; 'and to- buy : :
recommended the puhUoby Paris Medi.m ,. the hone's ,.tonjrno with. a dropper 28, At Aligator .Lake and invite all to War"Savings Stamps that there maybe .. .
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nine manufacturers of Laxative Bronx ;yhlcb 'come. eked far each bOttle. attend, '_ ". 1 .more,money,. labor.and materials w "I i.'d. ,'' ./.'
pet.It today.WV guarantee It : : WE. FARMER who fight and die . . -.. "
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.P Uit ,'t, THE KISS1MMEE VALLEY' GAZETTE.# FRIDAY;, FRIDAY, JUNE ZI, 1118 .'. y';

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GOODS ,AND SERVICESThe War Saving Stamp' to do t heir they are cheapest and provide, a food :

HSSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE of and > 'bit' in the warT It i* often a story for the winter.season when they will E CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS ,
doctrine' "goods servIces" -
of silent heroism. If thoce In fairly likely be double their present price.
which have read a
about
we easy circumstances emulated the very Preserving by the water glass ...
eggs
.......... ...rp .......". great deal the last few months is one poor whose soul ere filled with unl method is an accepted plan which is WANTED-To hear from partial In FOR ALE-n.l1c.yt. BUS Una. KlsImmee ->
Jllr JItbeI asax Vallry OaatKlwslsasa c._..." to which we can all heartily sub yielding resolution to do their, shareto both easy and economical. At the city who have residence property to St. Cloud I *-passen.er ,
.a **. ....d.. scribe. It 1 is also one which we can win the war what a boom there present price! of materials the coat for sale If price. !I. right, will pay Ford tourlnir carai 1 Ford 1 Trailer.bur .1Htoddard .
easily make clear to those of our it. pot C"". Box IIS City. I .ltpd Dayton Truck;
would be in government' receipt .will not exceed: : 3 1-2 cents per dozen. Paying business, good ,reaaonfor :
W., a. IlarrPreslaeal friends to whom! it i. new. from the sales of War Saving :The method follow NOTICK J. F. Bailey.. 1
,E. Q. Va.s AsTMW, Secretary" is "You cannot .
A homely saying Commissionersof
Board of
Stamps. For 30 dozen eCfrI-\1.e two 5- The County
,t ..........; JI.. It. eat your cake and in have few it. too.words" This the Now is the time for everyone no'matter gallon crock (capacity 16 dozen eggs Oseeola an equalisation County,board Florida.at their will meeta reir- LOST taclea-Last round Saturday dark, 0..1 a r..11"> of lenava.wlthVold apes.:.

.._ria.... MaiteaiOme saying explains: : doctrine a of and whit his station In, life may each). Take 18 quart of water that ular session, July lit, 1(11. for the rlrta. Reward. It refirnM.
idea of the'. "goods be to make as great a sacrifice for has been boiled and cooled. Mix withit of nquallclna the asnrssrd. ed to H. W. .Morrow. '(.It
: : purpoie
,..
+ CoP,. One T....-__.__......'$ service." valuation. of both Heal and l'eraonalproperty '
,, On Copy nit Month...__..__ 1,0' into markets and his government and for humanity as two quarts sodium silicate. Place BALE-EII"htJ" acreei; II acre
the ;
i <__ Copy. Three Months-._.--.__ .71 We cannot go of kind and at It made by the most humble of our eggs as collected fresh and clean .In J. I..lOVEItnTREETIdaClerk. FOR cleared'and. under fence; I acre Inbearing
1 buy and use goods any citizens. Everyone on or before June in crocks, keeping covered to a depthof Circuit Court, grove; M.OOO worth
I All communications except from 'ouravutliorlied the same time leave those goods for 28 should pledge himself to save to at least 2 inches with wdter glass tt-lt Oaceola County, Florida. of cypre orange on tract!, four- 1'

by the correspondent wrlt.r.a.J.ct.d must beiffiwd war purposes.for individuals We cannot and have at labot the the utmost of his ability and to'' buy solution. Keep in cool dry place. FOR SALE)-One heavy work horseherness !!, head room of house cattle and and kitchen.a good bunch Also Ifr or
k matter'will not be returnedcalled work us as War .Savings Stamps with his savings Eggs preserved in this way remain and wairon. CHEAP.. STOUT range hon loose on the range.Farming ,
N, ...a- for. -_-- same time have that labor availablefor There should be an equality of perfect!: wholesome mafintoCn tful LUMBER COMPANY. 17.4t tool and Implement Lo'l, '
the use of the government, to heli sated near Kenanavllle. Price $<,(00.
V (Bntered> In the Postoffloe at Klsslm-, it to. the sacrifice. . e food value and are perfectly edible FOR 8AL.B-AJax portable wood.....- half term to suit. D. ;7.Ii .
t aee. Florida, .. second-class matter.) fight war. w. .s.- for from six: : to nine months. Inir outfit, equipped withhorse c.a.hkbalanc.. .. HIa. lS.tt'
Every time we buy goods, every! HELPING mE"'COVERN.MENT'AND': w. s' e. kerosene engine This outfit I*
h time we use labor we compete with JOHN' equipped with shafts for horse or
GEN. J. PFRSHINGJohn I to sell
FOR SALE CHHAP Intend }
: tho frovemment. OURSELVES mule and van ba moved from placeto
: U. S. General place quickly. With the both of my bungalow right away
Joseph Pershlng present
.
Mss It makes no difference that the 1'1'10"' of $160 strand for wood If you are Interested In a real bar- .. sl
.
kind used JuUus Rosenwi Id president tot\ was born in' Missouri on Sep.tember'1S. per about them or call ,'-
Kooda( may be of the not It t la A money,, maker aa blocks for train writ to me
by the government. If the goods Sears Roebuck & Co., now servingas 1860. He was educated at 25 strands per day can ba cut withIt. to see m... The Currle residence I.
I the Kirksville Mo. normal school My son has responded to the located. on Verona St. ha two lob,
(ought by us are manufactured articles a member of the advisory commission large work
cottage
country's call I have no use for It, a nice six-room
certain raw materials are need. of- the Council ,of National Defense and in 1886 graduated from West and will dell at a bargain I also .hop, good garage, nice lawn, excellent
ed for their production. If the goods has frequently stated his belief Point. On January 26, 1905 he was have a Ford truck that 1 will sellwith flowing well. Price' right. The ,
bought by us are raw materials, then that our victory over the Teutonic ' married to Frances H. Warren the outfit, or will ...n eitheraeparafe. Red Bungalow, corner Mabbette andBermuda --

we are taking from the markets powers will be won the sooner if daughter of Senator Warren of Wyoming. that STOPS. with Have the fi-paaaenver Ford. R." C SIlKh body, lot, u" rrr"best" materials.occupied. goodsine Anyone
i .t. Gp yyo things that toe government can almost all of us' follow the practice of buyIng His wife and three daughters State Hank: 27-llpd Interested In either of th...-
;..t % certainly 'Use for'there are indeed only those things which- we need.: lost their lives at the burningof properties with real Intention to buy '
'STATC PRESS the Pre.idlo'on August 27, 1915. FOR 'BALE)--One Staude Mak-a-trao- can buy them low, below their value .
used He said
materials not in
few raw recently: tnr Uaedonly ten day.. loud Junk; and arrange any reasonable term.. ,:"
Home branch of war industry. Moie- "We can finance the' enormous cost His military promotions are record Fully "Ouaranteed by the Com Chas P. Dow, SI 80. Orange Ave.
over everything we buy must! l>e" of this war by spending only for the ed as follows: Second -lieutenant,, 6th pany Make me an offer.' J. E. Mat Orlando,. Fla. 3-tf
.. transported* in some way, and adequate things we need not by spending for U. S. cavalry in 1886; first lieutenant Jocks. Mt. Dora, Fla. 6.8t

FRIDAY, JUNE_ 21, 1918 transportation is vital to tho the things we desire. Just so longas 10th cavalry! in 1892'major; chief F..RMEnS- today for a free sample .DWELLINGS Tiller. for rent. Apply to M.
speedy production' of war goods and we continue to spend for thingswe ordnance officer volunteers In 1898; copy of the Florida Farmer and
tt .. to the rapid movement of troops. do not need just that long do we honorably discharged from volunteers Stockman. published at Jacksonville.Tell FOR 8ALJII-8eeond.h.nd) Ford car 3
Pay your 1918 due to t.be. American It makes no difference that, the la prolong the war and add to the,tremendous in 1899; captain 1st U. '5. caval. -, Doultr'oltrus aboyIlv..tock; fruit raising and truck dairyIng at attractive prices. Osceola Motor, fh
t Red Cross. bor10 employ for our pi' onal use sacrifice of life and proper ry in 1901, and then transferred to log I twice a- monthat. ftOo per year- : Co.. lot Broadway

will i* labor"not directly available! for war ty.' Not until all of realize the stern 16th U. S. cavalry; brigadier generalin :- three general years for farming II 00. paper Only livestockand In the BA1LHT8 .,AUTO SERVICE KU.lmme.
:. ; Three million Americans be. un net-da. The men who work for us. fact that all spending no matter for 1906; major general In 1916, and tate.. Write today. to St. Cloud, 10 a, m. 1 m. and 7:SO,
if', der arm* by the first of July. 'j may not make soldiers or sailors; but what consumes labor and material general-in 1917. f. m. 8t. Cloud to Kissimmee. s a. m.r
'Whenever'! we use a man there is just and that labor and material are the He served In the ';Apache Indian FOR RENT-Furnished room. or I 1 m.; and 11:10: p. m. Central UruK
: on your, in New Mexico and Arizona apartment for light" housekeeping Store, Klsslmmee, Phone 411. Marine'sDrug
"That rubber ring you put essentials of wille be campaign
Hint much less man power nvniial.le. victory l In modern convenient house, clone In. Store, 8t Cloud Phone tilResidence .
preserving Jar helps you stretch your J for internment useand for use in awake to the fundamental "of this and in the Sioux campaign in Mra E. E.) Well. Real Rstatand Inuranoe St. Cloud phone SI- Carat
I Income" ? I I making! those' things necessary t \
( r
Indian scouts until,1891. then became r;
this truth and then act
public. And then too, no man can grasp ,
\: While vou are talking about lickIng :'work for p*..without using materials as our conscience and as our oatri- military instructor of the Universityof .
the Huns don't forget to lick a of some kind. otism prompt uo, -we shall no longer Nebraska until 1895. In 1897 and -

h War Savings Stamp. This does not mean, naturally thatWe spend except for those'things t necessary 1898 he was instructor in tactics at I, .

must stop buying,everything:. and for our health and' general w ll. West Point and then served ,with the GERMANY'S GUILT ESTABLISHED.
The American Army in France will refrain from employing 'aU labor. being. And our health and general 10th cavalry in the Santiago campaign
number 3,000.000 in August: '19, is Certainly not! Everyone is expected well-being! do not reouire many in Cuba. Pershing organizedthe
4 the promise of,Provist Marshall General and in'fact urged to keep himself in things which through an easy life "'e'' bureau of insular affairs and was (Extract from Prince Karl LUhnowsky's "My London :Mission

Cr*wc1er.I the most efficient condition possible have come to consider as necessitloo. Its chief until 1899. He then servedIn 1012-1014," a copy of which, has Just reached this cou'ntry.} Prince

so that his body and mind can give Luxuries must be put ' The pretty girls of Vero old tick. necessities must be continued. It was made military attache at Toklo "' ,
the maximum service. That necessarily broke Out, says that he wrote the document for his family archives,
ets to the sun's eclipse en June 8 and means the use of goods and- would be a grove ,disaster if tie Japan and was with Kuroki's army but It was made public In Germany and created a great stir the c
' netted neary: $40 for the Red Croce.r (tn Manchuria in 1905.
r services. But there is a vast differ home-staying population by foolishsacrifice Kaiser's government hastening to repudiate and suppress It.)
For thrift we put this first. ence between using only those goods were not kept fit for its all. In 1906 he was sent back to the

7, and services necessary to keep us in important task of supporting our armies Philippines was commander of the "On AUK. 2 lD14)pwhen I sew Asqulth In order to make a final, ,
fTi The clean 'up campaign which is prime condition and in using goods in the field. department of Mindanao and governor attempt, he was completely broken, and although quite calm tear
'i being waged by the city authorities and services that we do not need.' "And this thing above .all, we must or Moron provrneef-; he -commanded ran down his face."

euid the people is producing noticable And the reason we. should restrictour remember: Saving for the war cannot successful military operations "Of course It would only have needed a hint from Berlin to make

ti; effects, and tine mosquitoes are no buying to the..::things needed is be confined to certain classes of the against hostile Moros terminatingwith Count Berchtold (Austrian Foreign' Minister In August, 1014)). satisfy' r

!. .. ; longer omnipresent. that we cannot use materials and labor population Everyone-men, women their defeat at the battle of hlm.elfwltb a diplomatic success and put up with the Serbian reply.
the did befOrewe entered and children the dweller in the'palatial Bagsag in 1918. lie commanded the
way we "The Impression became ever stronger that we (Germany) desired ;,
:, \ The latest ruling on sugar requires the war and at the same time have mansion and the resident of the 8th brigade at Presidio, Cny., and .was ."
retail dealer to limit his'sales to head of the U. S. war, In all circumstances. .
i t. the enough labor and materials with lumblest tenement -all must save. at the troops sent ,
i ... any city easterner! to two pounds end which' to win the war. That man financially able.to"indulge to Mexico in pursuit of Villain 1916. "Thus ended my London mission. It was wrecked not by the "

'm five poijid purdhaae to customers Every day sees an increase'In 'our himself in luxuries: : has the least ex He was chosen to head the American perfidy of the British/ but by the perfidy of our policy"
$' 'I from' rural district fighting army. And our fighting army cuse'for' doing eo. In war time of troops In France when the war broke "I had to support London\ a policy which, I knew to be fallacious.
out between America and Germany. I was punished for It, for It was a"sin against the Holy Ghost." .
made up of men from our industrial all times 'Wealth i is no excuse: : for ex: :- .'
Two of.the new aviation schools army. And, every additionto travagance. It make no difference -Toledo'', Blade.w
I provided for in a recent government our fighting army means an increase who it is who buys the non-essential; BERT!

appropriation will likely be located in the amount of war goods the buying of it takes labor and material IN -, ----- -- --,-' .. .
'in Florida. What the matter with that must be manufactured herocan' needed forwar purposes.". "THE, TRAIL TO YESTERDAY"Bert

reviving the effort. to locate 'one, at be only one result to all this Mr. Rosenwald who speak both asa Lytell who ,was costarredwith I
.Xisalmmeet' great change-the rank of necessary business man and as an advisor in Hazel Dawn in Herbert Bren-

i labor will have to be increased by-the war-industry matters also points out non's "The Lone Wolf" i I. seen for
The cattle tick la doomed in Oseeola i addition 'to them of many men who that by following the practice of,buying the first time under the banner of ,
r county. Tie county commissioner have heretofore worked at tasks not only those things which"'we need Metro Pictures{ Corporation in <, fivereel -
: 1 t r* appropriated funds to build not assist government "The Trail to Yesterday '
now necessary. Peace goods will we only' our production -
.
J public dipping vas and the local cattle have to give way to war goods. but we accumulate aavings which we ,' scenarioized from the novel of

1 men nave planned a mass meeting This will mean that all of us must can invest in War Savings Stampsand the same-.name by Charles Alden ..
tor Saturday, June. 22, to further ticks buy wisely. in that way do a good turn for Seltzer., June Mathia did the continuity -

s eradication. One of our\ countrymen successfulin Ourselves. .... Robert Kurrle was cameraman.Mr. k.

'"": ,? amassing a great fortune once said W. .B. g.! -. Lytell has as leading lady AnnaQ.
: SWncy .J. Catts, i3r., has won general that the way ,to get rich was never MAY THERE BE NONE UN- Nilsson. In support are Harry S. .
admiration by his refusal to accept to buy anything until Northrup Ernest Maupain John A. '
absolutely
you '
"the most lucrative position" had to have it. We have how: come ENLISTED ON THAT. DAY Smiley and Dnnny Hogan. Mr Ly THE UNIVERSAL CAR ,'

within the gift of his father. Goveri to the point where all of us, in orderto tell belong to the class of' screen '
i nor' Caw.: and entering the rrmy as give our country every assistance President Wilson, in his statement actor who are known for the "pep" Equality of Sacrifice '
private wtwn he was reduced in possible must not buy things unless calling upon every man, woman and they put into their work. This Metro
t 8 rank because of ids failure to pass they are needed to maintain our child to pledge themselves oh or before offering gives Bert every opportunityto ... The New ''York Times' recently said editorially: ,

the examination: : for hamUing arti'l health and our efficiency.-- June 28 to save, constantly and live up to his name as a "stunt ,"No man or woman who haa acquired Liberty
J'' 'ary which (s now required '
..
w. s. g! -_ government sa "May there be. none screen productions but the few in Stamps.. To leave the Stamps plan{ of lending

Captain MUST BACK THE GOVERNMENTWITH eiilitted i on that day!I" which he has appeared have all prov- money to the Government to those of narrow means .
I to the Front Again. ALL As the president points out, "Thiswar ed winner and have been received by and to the young people la to be careless of the cause
OUR STRENGTH is of nations not of armies-- of America and her allies.
Kansas has decreed that her lands: the public with a welcome. Ned
ti .r hall produce crops this year and Few people indeed in this and! all of our 100,000,000 people Keegles, better known as "Dakota" to "Does the average man or woman who earns a '
country '
must, be economically and industrially substantial salary or good have idea of .
no "slacker" farms will be permitted fail to realize that ids pals at college gives his father wages any
t, 'within her' borders. The Sunflower now relentless we are fight. adjusted to war conditions if this nation the proprietor of a hardware store Use sacrifices made by the small'Investors' In War

State farms must be worked or the indictment the enemy. The id to play its full part in the the shock of his' life when word comes Savings Stamps. to do their bit In this war? It I I.
against Hun -
i State 'will take them over and farm grows conflict.! to him that "Dakota" has been ex- often a story of silent heroism. If those In fairly

,them. If that policy were followed stronger' devoid every of day. He is absolute. Our nation not our army and navy pelled. The expulsion was not so bad, easy circumstances emulated poor' whose
t in Florida there would be less talk American ly pity or chivalry. An duly: is at war. And that means that but when ,the old man learns that his souls are filled with unyielding resolution to do their

of food shortage. conversation correspondent with reports a all of us* not actually fighting must do 'ion l left with a long list of debt behind share to win the w.r. what a boom there would be

officer who a crippled British our part.That his heart was broken. Keegle's: in the Government's receipts from sales of War
I after a long stay in German consists in the Savings Stamps"Now
No WorV-No Eat. part giving partner, Langford attemps to ruin
had
f'' Last week a strong stalwart young The prison officer pens told of been exchanged. army and navy all the support of lira, and he learns of this on the night is the time for everyone, no matter what his
men feeble ?
'man knocked on 'a door in West Kiss I from lack of food and bad conditions so which we are capable. To do that that Ned returns A fight" results station in, life may bo, to -mnke as great a sacrifice
+ each one of us, must first of all bea for his Government and' for humanity la tie
r I immea and asked for a cup of coffee as to be able scarcely to stand being ? from the quarrel between the two as made by
;/ and a sandwich-begging If you forced to work at the point of bayonet producer to our maximum abilityand partners and Ned fearing that he the most humble of our citizens. Everyone on or '
a before June 28
please! The front line trench in until they from a consumer of necessities only will be accused goes west It ia then should pledge himself to save to the
dtopped sheer
k France is the o-jly suitable place for weakness; of badly set. gun-fractured for every bit of man power and every that name "Dakota," become prominent utmost of hie ability and to buy War Savings
particle of material necessary* for Five of life in the West Stamps with his savings. There should be
.. a man who would beg in these days arms and legs; of soldiers buried to years an equal
and that is too good for him. Shouprepetition the the; use of the'armv.and' navy and make him forget-that he once wore ity of sacrifice.
accompaniment of jeers of Ger-
'. of this incident occur it is man soldiers; of the long journeys of for the making of the't-hlngs essential stif'i collars and fancy linen. "Da- This space contributed by

,, 'suggested ,that the city marshal be the badly wounded without relief of to our citizens.As kota" buys a ranch and the Mexican
notified at once and the man be made dressings. food or water of wounded a maximum producer and as a from whom he make the purchase, OSCEOLA MOTOR CO.
;
, consumer only each ruin him. His
to
plans partner
-to earn the food he consumes and prisoners marched to exhaustionand will
savings. And these be
savings can after "Dakota" comes into posession
r'' ;n.member'th. they no longer could walk; of prisoners invested in War Savings Stamps with h. -accused him of 'rustling" another'scatde. -

_< -Orphans.' put into camps Where typhus benefit both to the government and ., But a friend comes to his
: :A, benefit is to Iie-irvenby home raged -- " -------' -
+l -,1 ourselves; : and the Mexicans\ "are beaten*at
f ''!' talent next' Tuesday night for the un. This is the kind! of enemy we are w. s.! a.! their own' One night while"Dakota"

t :fortunate children who are cared for fighting, and this is why all of us .//PRESERVE EGGS FOR WINTER i ia game.resting in his cabin, he

by the orphanage at Jacksonville must get down and put every .bit ,of USE >- hears the voice of a woman and, "after -

,Children, who are orphans or perhaps our strength back'of the government. of at least 2 inches with water glassof investigation, he discover that he \ ,
t 'worse than orphans; children in some For one thing we must buy only general interest from a standpointof baa met, for the first time the girl S'mother'the ,
those things to Kaiser
:' instance who have an awful heritage necessary maintain of his dream With Y
well from
ourselves in the economy as as patriotic .
\ most efficient .
fof heredity and environment chil.t. condi
; Bert in his first "The
Lytell Metro
principles, why not practice a littleof
tion..
That will the .
Iran who if left unaided haven't give governmentmore "
i.. apr this conservation and Trail to Yesterday at the Casino
"t : ':?trboat of a chance of becoming re- labor and materials for war preserveeggs Tuesday June 25. War
purposes. And then with at this season of the year when,. ,, Savings Stamps '
japected citizens .these are the chili our sav
: ;
: _____ _,___ ___ -
ings " " u 'u
s."t t, i seeking to benefit\ and are asking Stamps, will giveatlte: government I Sacred treaties are called by the Kaiser mere "scraps of "
More From the Southcotton
and Oats
current funds Wheat paper. ,
with
l : support for. If 'you: cannot, be which to use '
r' '\tour and enjoy the laughable en- labor and materials in the successful I His words are an example of "Kultur"of the Huns who commit

'.,- meat Tuesday night; give. them prosecution of the war. We must do ,Farm Service Bureau, Atlanta, Oa. "will take their turn in every.*". unspeakable crimes against innocent women and children-the "Kul- fitter"
';Jour money.Atrangers President Wilson asks us to do in The South will b. expected to take well planned farm. .
... his message-pledge ourselves on or care of its share of wheat and oat The scant oat crop should be husbanded that America is fighting to remove forever from the world.
d;;:
before June 28 to save constantly and for seed this year. No oats
'Should the
production. Discouragement from
buy regularly government securities. aa good for planting In the South
are
jbtabBoh: Identity.. We shall then be doing winter kill of the last season and labor FRIDAY, JUNE 28TH
our
part., aa those grown In the South, especiallyif
It:haa been suggested by a promi- -----w. a. a.-...__' .condition make the task of keep- in the region where
they NATIONAL
are grown WAR SAVINGS
DAY
:: citizen of KiMimmee that some -
'"'IUs' d should be made of the rtran-' EQUALITY OF SACRIFICEThe Ing up production: no small one but they are to be planted. The same U s. .n ., .
York'Tlmes the country needs more of these crop true ot wheat unless In a given section "
New
;y visit our city and"that some recently said On that;day loyal American <
.,' flmsibw'ho be obtained 'ofpeep editorially if'it' 'i Ie to" take care of Its allies. The .the best variety for "that'aectJon every will be summoned, to prove hit

They might at Leant es- I "No man ''or. woman who haa ac price which they. .are bringing of has not yet. been used. patriotism ,by "signing the pledge" by agreeing to invest in a definite

,.f 0,1Igb1W';, their' Identity and their busiOcr. I.. from a Liberty Bond I I. relieved course do not discourage production. Good seed should be ordered ea>ly. amount 'of,.War Savings Stamps each'month during 1918. . .
;
;}sllga. ,country u atwar with an the duty of buying War Savings Even If'' the acreage cannot be increased Unless fertiliser are ordered early,

.LAsBgernpkg'" ;enemy who woul I stop Stamp To leave the stamps plan the-"price which the small ao that dealers can ship only in full Smother die Kaiser with "Scraps .(Paper"' on Juae 28th. :.
d I in the light of these of lending money to the government carload lots It Is quite probable-tbat ,
'it"would be 'on' the .safe,aide to those of narrow mean and to the grain. are, bringing.justify the very farmer will .be disappointed when NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEEThis ,

know who the "strangers are! with'wit young people is to be careless of the best seed bed" preparation and. the seeding time.<.com... The railroads .' ;,'t;

Pte-':f..':If this. would com* un, cause; of, America and her OJies., maximum "use of lertW t.. will probably' have more than they can space contributed,for the winning of the war by J ': "

tie duke of city; county,or' ted- "Does the' average. man or 'woman Growing cereal, of course. do"not do even with tun carload .shipment. ? ,
-I J"J IN 01'. would require a pedal who earn' a substantial salary or require much labor'as growing corn' It 1* national neaesslty.to see that CUT .PRICECASU
, task C'OOd..JoaVIP7. idea of the sacrifice .. as .
Jt aeema that :
t- not .f.e.? left:undone.:?. ., *,raiMe it ,.%bjTTfc"l*...small. investor In" and",cotton,,H 1* true, bat corn'and .DO,tk.IgbY car .space i* waited.' GROCERY"V,(.q


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r. I INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS I ICE 'PLANT" SUPPLYING' ..FOUR. ;MINUTE MEN ARAPPOINTED -! *' rr

NEIGHBORING CITIES FOR':, COUNTY

'' Let the 1
... ... oo. . . .. .....o., The Kissimmee, band will be engaged The Kissimmee! Ice.'end Cold Star S. J. Trlplett ;cb.\m! an for Oice- Depth of Your 1

to furnish music at Orlando age company has been taxed to the ola county of Four-Minute .Men has
on
the.fourth Of limit since the closing of the ice plantat announced the appointment ok the
I July .
j Weather Report ; (( St. Cloud and U shipping approximately following city and community .chair Pocket Show the"Depthof '

C D. Dyal, cashier of the Bank of three tons to that city, and is me ,.t.hey having the right to name ,
X'' Saint Cloud was transactingbusiness supplying this necessity to Narcoos- as many: speakers as necessrry to '
In Kissimmee yesterday."The see as well. cover all picture shows and meetings:
Following are daily tempera No Increase In help tores and precipitations as reported Masque of Life," a. magnificent but the plant has'not the capacity Kisslramee M. Wlllson. Jr:
r, by' Government station productionwill be featured. at for such an output and for the Shingle Creek-" A., R. DennIs.;
at Kissimmee fo- the 'week ending the Casino Friday next. present Is buying pert of its supply Deer Park-Young Tindall While you are at home tonight, many American boyt'"over there",

Thursday, June 20: Should this demand continuo and KensnsTllle .. '
Captain home --Jolm F. BalsdenNarcoosaee out in the rain and death
ClayJohnson are mud dodging from
was bomb and hr
t Ma:. Mln. Rain ! from Okeechobee this the plant preoare to take care of its -F. W Hill. pneU

Friday ._?. .. 96 70 few days with his City family.week fora increased business Kissimmee may. Campbell Station-W.- R. Lanler.Hilllsrd's White you are enjoying your evening cigar-some American' soldier ' '
become distributing point for number laland-.J., K. Hilliard.A I
Saturday .. .... 95 70 1&0
,
FOR RENT-Furnished flat with of neighboringcities! that haveno meeting aH Four-Minute men maybe smoking) s last. _
Supday ...;:.. .. 96 72 .32, modern improvements.. W, B., Harris ice plant. in the county will be' called as soon :
the
Monday __-_,.. 92, 72Tuesday Gazette office. 14-tf! II W.e.S. i as the county chairman is in receiptof The boys in trenches are riiking-tneir'livei for you; and you

' ....... 86 65 NOT UNPATRIOTIC the names of the speakers appoint. are not even' asked to; nil your money for them But'dQ
are expected
Attorney Phunle Steed of Kissim ) ed
local
89 Applause for "The Kaiser the by chairmen when a permanent
,
Wednesday 66
mee transacted), I legal business in De- Beast of Berlin," the Jewel production i organization will be effected. to loan your money...:Toan it at four per cent compound in.
..
Thursday 93 71 :
,; : .r. Land this week"'-DeLand News. The first work ahead of the Four-
which will be at the
seen Gray-
terest, the highest the Government has
Minute Men is the success of the WarSavings rate ever paid.
) OIOOO.OOO..O..O. stone Casino -is
Mr. and -Mrs. B. G. Bennett, who on July 12. always ,
have been the guests of J.W.. spontaneous and hearty throughout' After that drive tasks to will be held be assigned June 28th.the Pledge yourself to buy War Savings Stamps on or before

P. C. Clifford has returned from a Thompson and family, left last Sun- the entire picture. In one city wherea speakers arise.
as they
visit day for their home in tremendous audience had been raised >
to Georgetown C, : Waycross Ga. The
government regards the Four-
to, a high pitch of enthusiasm and JUNE 28th
'That patriotic photo-drama "Over. Mrs. Ben Nobles, a pioneer resident had applauded tumultuously one man Minute Men as one of the strong , \
There" tonight at the Casino of the Boggy creek section, died became sp enthusiastic over 'the film arms in carrying the message to the
at her home yesterday and the remains -. that he applauded at what might be people as to Why the United States National War Savings DayThe
Attorney, Milton Pledger west to entered the war and the necessity of
will be Interred today in. Boggy thought the wrong" place, and was at
DeLand Thursday on legal business. creek cemetery. once, ushered from the building by co-operation. of all the people to successfully ...
.
.Frank Bass paid his family a visit the- police. prosecute 'It. There are move money you lend the Government the sooner the .war
Dr. J. -W. Simpson, first lieutenantof The where the kaiser now about twenty-five thousand '
\ Saturday returning to Moore Haven. the Dental Corps, Medical Service, was shown place saying was that he would Four-Minute speakers in the United will end and the lets American blood will,be shed.., ,

Monday. Camp, Crane Allentown, Pa., arrived crush. Italy, then France then England States, at least half of whom address

,. Miss Margaret Stanford is.visiting In Kissimmee Monday of this week on and then America.. A burst ofalngIehanded shows audiences-and every night In picture National War Savings CommitteeThis
a few days' furlough.Mrs. : at meetings. The reason
Mr. and Mrs. "W. J. S. Carr at Coro- applause caused headsto they
are called FourMinuteMen is
nado Beach. J. J. McCranie theFuleche.e turn toward a man sittingclose
chaperoned that the
Camp Fire to I the back of the house and apparently government has guaranteedto space contributed for the winning"of war, by
Girls.on a trip the
Miss Lester of ,Nashville Tenn I. proprietors of'picture shows'that
to well under the Influence of
i Conway Thursdayafternoon whena
the guest of Mr: and Mrs. P. C. Butt liquor. He was escorted to the open i iall' in return for.the'exelu.iye right
c. swim in the lake followed by a picnic to-speak during the performance that ,.. ,,.
on in Cape Breeze. were the attractions. and allowed to'o, the police feel. ; ""on" """ """"
.
supper only four minutes will be consumed
that hedid' lack
Ing not patriotism,
i "Regular' subscription price of the 'Word has been received here"an but was simply, injudicious in his attempts by the speaker and prepared speech.
", r, Delineator', $1.60 a yea.-t the Dol- flouncing the marriage, of Miss Hattie to display it. es< are furnished all Four-Minute to C H GRANTIL4k11'L

;t lar Limit, 95ctill, l June ,,29. E.' Marison to Elbert I. Nason, w...e. that end. w. a. s.x.. .. '"

Ralph Bearden came 'down from ,both of Bristol, Conn. Mr, and Mrs. Hurbert Fleming left- for Athens, NEGOTIATIONS. FOR MILL THE SATISFACTORY -
Orlando and spent last unday with Naaon are former residents of Kis j
Ga.
Sunday morning.Subscriptions
KS9MMEE[ FLASTORE .
his simmee. LOCATION STILL GOING ON ,
mother Mrs. .C. "Vv;Bearden. ___
E. P. Dann and' for the Delineator_ ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,., ,, .t
family motored to 'The """" -- "' '"
E. P. Dann's oldest son,, Roscoe, 95c a year-at the Dollar Limit. ,* negotiations regarding the location
- formerly of Kissimmee, in now in Kissimmee from their home in Miami of the lumber mill between the ___ _
France attached to the Medical 1 Corps. this week on a combined business and Monday will see the concluding committee appointed by the Board o! _ Th '
pleasure trip. Mrs. Dann and chil- Chapter of ,'Vengeance and the Wo Trade and the, Clifford Lumber Com. 7 i
We''regret to have to' report that dren will remain here for some' time man" at the Casino, pony are still under way, A definite. : :
W. B: Crawford is again'on'' the sick (visiting relatives. decision on the matter la expected :

list, having been taken ill last Friday{I Lillian Mrs. j. Spaulding retumed'Tuea.day within a few' days. .
'Miss ,Brack of Nsrcoossee, from Michigan, where she has w. a. II '
-. Wade Lanier; who is in charge of f, who|| has been spending some time been visiting her parents MEETING SHINGLF MRS. DERBYSHIRE DEAD National War Savings Dav' Is the
the Lesley ranch at Campbell Sta-with: her sisters, Mrs. D. C Fieldingof AT CREEK, Mrs; Oscar Derbyshire, who has stay-at-home's .ca1''. r
tino, was in town Wednesday on busi, Tampa and Mrs M. M. Scarborough C. W. Doran. of Miami formerlyone In pursuance of the proclamation been a sufferer for years died at her tti
"s ness. of Clearwater, returned to her of Kissimmee' critizens. is in Issued by the President of the United home in North Kissimmee on Thursday

home on Wednesday, town for a few days on business. States and the governor of' Florida, of-Last week. The funeral services -
'
M. 1. Stout, who is operating a' naming Friday, June 28th, as "Na .
held the home Fri.
,4, sawmill at Buchanan, spent the weekin Otis Stevens and his bride -arrived Mrs: W. L* Paulk' and baby are tional War Savings Day" a meetingof afternoon were at Dr. W. B. Wither-on Let Me

town -on business, returning ,to-' !home Thursday from their honey- spending the day. in Orlando' today. the citizens of 'Shingle Creek day and the .
R spoon officiating, body was ,4.
moon spent in points in Alabama and with friend. ,
morrow. school district is hereby called to assemble '
,
' laid to rest in Rose Hill cemetery '
PIANO Georgia. They wiU occupy their pret- Mrs T. G. Duke returned from ; at the school house at 2:30 p. Kimble born In Examine.Your .
TUNING-Wade the tuner ty bungalow on Brack street-'formerly ( that date. Miss Mary E. was
'" Orlando Phone '40. game old Moore Haven Sunday Mrs. Duke m. on Brookville, Indiana July SI 1849
,. : occupied! by Mrs. J. Ww Prentis.! GEO. C BRONSON.t ,
boy: quality; price. No extra charge was accompanied by her mother, Mrs. : Chairman.w. : and died in Kissimmee,.Florida June EyesI
District .
_' for mileage., 26-2tpd |' Mr.. R. S. Floyd and daughter Rice. .s... _. 13, 1918. .. .
:;I Edna, left Tuesday afternoon for I I She married to Oscar Derby-
was
Charles A. Jr. ''Miss Thelms. Woodall the week METHODIST CHURCH
Carson came up Hendersonville, N., C., where they was shire in 1905. have the scientific
May Instruments
' from the! Carson Cattle Cattle Com-1'''will: spend the summer months, and end'guest of Miss Susie Tyson at her Preaching Sunday' 11 a. m.. and ,
'
" pany's ranch on Sunday and sp'fent a ''Will be joined later by Mr. Floyd. ,'home Shingle Creek returning '8 p. m. by the pastor. Morning subject She joined the Methodist Episcopal determining and the GLASSES'for

few hours in town., I She will be at the home of Mrs. M.' A. home' Monday. | "Baptism with the Holy Ghost:" church when she was about fifteen correcting any and.all defects'of .

Clark ) this Evening subject Second. 'Coming, of years of svge. vision NO :
formerly city.
MATTER the 'na
C. W. Ward and Miss Mildred Tur-: .' Mr. J.M.. Swassey one of Kissim- Christ. She has been a great sufferer having -
vile motored to Windermere ,Thurs-i The proposed celebration[ of Flag mee's'popular residents is a welcome Prayermeeting Wednesday will be been afflicted with asthma since ture ''of your' cask 'If your'

day for the afternoon with H.. Wich- Day with exercises and. a picnic din- visitor to' Orlando this ftfteraoorw. in charge' of Prof Evans' Bible class. she was seventeen years of age and GLASSES do not'fit you perfectly . -
tendahl and family. der at their hall was abandoned by I Orlando Reporter-Star (Mon.) with Dr. Qavis as leader. with rheumatism for fifteen years. call on me. '

The Boy Scouts started Thursday I the ,G.. A. R. and the Ladies .of the J. Blackwell Is noted among Vesner 'service! at Shingle Creek She came with her husband to Kis I fit' any 'e,.. that 'responds to
G: A. R. Friday afternoon on'account Sunday .at 4. p.- m.A cordial Invita- simmee from New Mexico:. last De- "
s on a hike, the first objective being week-end visitors, stopping at. the light. >
of-the death in the family of one of tion is extended to all to attend these cember. They spent. a period here y
next Lake will Conway.depend Where upon the they conditionof will go I their comrades' Mrs.Oscar Derby Hillsboro.-Tampa today, registered Sunday Tribune.from Kissimmee. services. J.. D. Sibert, pastor.was several year ago and went from hereto You,are Invited,to call 'for consultation :,

the scouts. shire. New Mexico, returning last winter. 'and advice, v

Rev G. W. Spahr, who has Misses' Mae and Emma Stanford, POINTS IN FAVOR OF SILAGE The Kissimmee friends of the be-
;; y' Ru .Bass, Ordia Bass and Lewis a pastorate Mr. Rock Payne and Henry Keen motored
y at Orange Center and at Lake Here the favor'ofthe ream.extend their sympathy' to him
rlr"f;.Whidden to Kissimmee to visitMr. are arguments ORg E. S HOFFMAN
spent last week on the Sunday
pnSlrle Worth but has in-his J -
who volun
'ta ,
recently silo
and out
,' use, as pointed sorrow.w. _
; looking over their, cattle. Rull Keen's sistejv-Lakeland Star. ...s. ,
teered forwork] with the Y. M. 'C. A., by' the University of Florida ..extension '
I Bass has sold a J. I .>''*',' ..>j.i .... ... 'i IflJi Wednesday from Kissimmee and. is . .
,
.. I of his services. Rev. Spahris been spending several days in this 1.Silage is the best'and cheapest -r> V V i.
; Miss Cora Roberts of Lynn was under orders to report at the headquarters section, left this afternon for Kis form in which a succulent feed cane visiting her son-in-law and daughter, 28 West Church Street,
at New York by July lit, provided for winter Mr. and Mrs. Duke Wilder and child- "
married to Ralph Shortriedg of Citra .lm Reporter-Stcr (Saturday.) > use. ORLANDO.. FLA.
at their home in Palmetto Park.
prepared to leave for France. ren
on Wednesday of last week by JudgeT. |2. Crops can be'out into the silo .
"I
M. Murphy at his office in the Mrs. R. A. received Judge 'T. M. Murphy is improving during -weather unfavorable for nu.k- -. The Daytona Gosette-Newe.

,, county court house. letter' from Snyder her has-just his pretty cottage at the corner of Inj hay, or curing fodder. ,-

Ben a who brotJ-.er..Prlvate. Possiel avenue and Church street 3. A given amount of' corn in the I 0000000'00 0 0 000 00.'OOfU.0 00 0 Ottoo 0.000 OOOtUO 60 'OOO.-.
II. E. attended the anual Cobb Jr., is inEngland. '
k Swabey with a new roof, which adds greatly form of silage will produce more beefor '. -
memorial service of Orlando LodgeNo. Young Cobb his: Just come,out of a to its appearance. milk than the same amount 'when
20, I. O. O. F. District Deputy ,hospital where he has recovered from shocked or dried. '

.,: Grand'Master John Overstreet, C.-F. .an attack of appendicitis. He Is loud Francis Bridges, son of Rev. and .4. 'There is less waste in feeding J ,
Thrasher and G. 'D. Boone were alsopre.ent. tin his praise of the Red Cross and than in Good
Mrs. F. R. Bridges of Bartow, who silago 'fee4lngfodder. "
Y.M.C.A. and that the 'and Faith With Your
+ attention, bestowed save soldiers care has been the guest of Dr. J. D. Sibert silage properly frd is all consumed. Keep ,
upon by and family for several left Sat- 5. Silage is palatable.
days,
h. ,-A small blaze called out the KIsftimmiee these two.organizations is something urday for his 'home 6. Silage, like very other succulent , \

Volunteer Flro Department wonderful.C. feeds, 'has a beneficial effect upon the
, Saturday afternoon, but the flue was At Straub and 'family arrived Mrs. F. G. Thomas hasreceived digestive organs. r
found to be confined to sawdust "
a this week from Moran Kansas haying the announcement of the marriage of 7. More stock can be kept on agiven" Boy "Over There"When
pile Boyd near wood the yard lake stood.shore where the made the trip in a can1. Mr; her niece. Miss Howard Stevens, to 'area of land when silaeo. is the ,
Straub has visited Kissimmee' beforeat Private Zeb Vance. Hooker, of Little basis of the ration.

y< s" L. Y. Bryan of 'the Bryan ,Cycle intervals .;but this time it is to Rock, Ark. '. Mrs Hooker has been in ______W. e.II. ,, c ,
"
; company made a business trip to the be hoped that he and his family will charge of the Fort Pierce schools' for S. L. Liipfer, Sr., returned from your boy was, so little that alt the world" was a foreign
city on Wednesday, returning to Sanford become permanent residents:" They the past year and Js a frequent' and Wrightsville: Pa., where die went last
the same day. Mr. Bryan was are living in a new bungalow In Park :well known visitor in Kissimmee.The week'to attend a family reunion: )II'. j country to him, he trusted you to take care of him. ,' .
accompanied by his brother D. M. Gardens. Mrs Straub i. now the Lupfer also visited lIarrl.burgand

' Bryan of Hawtihorne, Fla. owner of Thurman City, and is,, alsoa Orlando Morning Sentinel) Philadelphia.' He was considerably You sent-that boy to* chool.,and to play and! on little errands -
states: "Word has been received that your
large land holder,in Polk county.G. surprised when ,on paying his'rail .
Jennings Prevatt of the Remount Ludolph Wlchtendahl, who left for road fare home he was obliged to and with implicit faith he did bidding. '
your
Service at Camp Johnston, and Joe L. Herringtori, federal agent, Camp Jackson, has been made a cor dig pplabout a third more than the ..
Prevatt, member of the Engineers who is connected with the state agricultural poral. He is greatly pleased with trip cost( him on the way up.,
:
Corps at Camp Sevier, Greenville S. department at Gainesville, the life there and is working hard Now we have.seut your boy oryour neighbors boy out into,a :; ,

C., were home on furloughs this week spent Wednesday in Kissimmee con- for advancement." Corporal' Wich- Every'time you buy anything people land: into that We cannot know .:and his faith
with tendahl has friends Save labor and foreign terrors even .
visiting their mother -Mrs. Sarah ferring Mr. Highfill, agent for many here who work for you. Jj

Prevatt. the boy.;,com, pig and peanut clubs will be pleased to learn of his promotion materials. for the use of the jrovern- has not faltered. He knows we will do our part-aDd we know; he \,
a for the central and southern! divisionsof'Floridar '. ment.
C. W,''Dann of Miamiarrived"Sunday will dc his. ;
'Mr- HiiMftl1,. co-operatea '. .
to look after business affairs.While with the county agents in these features .,,.",
(here he visited his mother Mrs. of their work and is now filling
the faith> Are and
Are we keeping we scrimping saving &lid.'I
S. E. Dann, of Gotha. Mr. Dann B. E. Evans' unexpired term,a. coun-. .
'
,, states that his,daughter, Miss Mau- ty agent here.. r t giving to help our boy do the thing that humanity has asked of' :
rine; has'secured a positionin one ,of '
the,Miami schools. '. We almost wished that we lived in Summer School !. them and to help them come back to',us. sane and whole> '
Kissimmee just to loin that Home
R. P. Hansen and family spent a Guard company /They have elected _

few last week on a motor Captain Lesley one of the leading .:'..
visiting "
trip, Tampa; Arcadia' and cattlemen and financiers'of that city June 28th
Punta Gorda. At Arcadia they _saw as commanding officer. He is eminently .- ;

l the aviators at practice, which Mr. fitted for.the position from an Open: Monday July- 1 .
,
.
,i Hansen' says is a 'wonderful '..sight. educational standpoint and from ex- .I
He says they saw at least fifty' machines perience. lie' is a jrraduate the '
in the air at,the same time. Bingham Military school at Asheville, For Public School. Pupils who failed to m.ketbeir Grades ,National l War! Savings Day i

N. C., and was for some time in com- '
L. E. Voorhees of ,Narcoossee has mand of a company 'in Tampa and .
purchased from the Osceola Motor 'twas there that we first,knew him. t .
Co., Ford agents, 'one, of the new Orlando Reporter-Star. RATES :'' Saving to help,our' IOna, is not to be called by the ugly name of. '
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tractors made by Henry Ford for use ,
in Us farming operation, This 4s Attorney: and Mrs. G.,W. Fox left ,Payable In AdvanceNot duty or sacrifice. .It is love's blessed: privilege.

the some kind of tractor that has Thursday for their former home in ;
been supplied to the, British and Knoxville, Term., for. a. two months' over two Grammar.School Subjects,.per week* ,.,. 1.25 I ,

French ,,government,'and is one of a visit. .On (Ms return "Mr. Fox will Three Graaunar School SaljecU, per week, '. '.- .. '. '. 1.50 NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE '. :<': .
small quota allotted to Florida. .
his law j
ship here end ;
library practice .
law m Kissimmee. He will occupy: an High School Subject, per week, '. ." ., ." .: 1.50

Capt. 'Clay Johnson has received office in the Bronson building. Mr. ,

news that his eldest son, ,Amory Fox was forced to Jeave.hillaw prac- Special rates for more than This space.contributed for the winning of the by I
Johnson who 'the' war ,
joined Naval Re- tice in Tennessee through failing ...
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serve at Sad Francisco,was promoted health; but Florida sunshine and flowers one pupil lame family "

to 1st' Lieutenant almost immediate have effected Ws return to health. '
ly.' Lieutenant.Johnson has been at Mr. Fox la a consistent booster .of MARTHA BELL HARRIS,. O.RPHA'ROSE- CENTRAL DRUG:
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r sea nearly all his life, and was assistant Kissimmee, being a property owner Instructor.- STOREI
engineer on board the U. S. 01- and is now further identifying' himself -

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v y ,SB THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY., c.uITJ1'"PIUDAY, FRIDAY", JUNE 21. 1918

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t . 1 .. ... 111 Proceedings_ of ,.the County Commissioners I 11 I k .




Klssimmee, Fla-, June 5, 1918. A voucher was approved for the
About The Board of County Commisiiiorefs bend- trustee in'special road. and CHAMBB1 X
jY. met in rear session on June bridge district No.2, for commis. -

6, with the members pre. lions on handling funds, the same bean -

ants Ernest Mach chairman; E. I.. .
D. Overstreet, A.: F. Bass and J. K. Mate Highway Engineer Murray \ TABLETS

Hilliard and Milton Pledger! nttoi presented the month freight bills

ney. The meeting was called to order for material on the St. Cloud-Mel;
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f by the chairman at 10 a. m. bourne highway and on motion of A.> :
ace.i The minutes of the last regular f. Bass, seconded by E. L.- D. Ovei ( is just what you need, madam. Many

meeting and special meetings were street the bill was ordered paid out THIS troubled with indigestion a -
read, whereupon Commissioner E, I.. of the special road and bridge district who were ,

D. Overstreei rr.lsod the question of No. 2 bond funds, the warrant to biliousness and
approving the minutes of the special be drawn when Mr. Murray checkedthe sallow, muddy skin, indicating

Have thought War Savings Stamps .beneath your dignity meetings and stated that in view -a f bills with the cars received and habitual> have been permanently cured '
. you the fact that matters, relating to the approved the amounts.A constipation,

.tv that W. S. S. were only for your children) Loughmcn road were p.nTected by the bill for H. E. Wylie for service 'by the. of Chamberlain's Tablets. Before using
methodof I actions of the board at the special ,in surveying and platting the foggy; use

Have you thought that Liberty Bonds were your only. meetings, the minutes should be held creek-Hilliard island road wii ordered these tablets they felt miserable and despondent.

open, until a full board was present. the amount being $58.60.
helping to finance, the war? tine minutes left paidb took until :30 and relish their
were unapproved until recess 1 cheerful and. happy
Now'they:,, are
' the Loan War the' afternoon cession.H. "
No matter what t your, subscription to Liberty p m.
E. Wylie then presented the' Afternoon Session. meals. Try them. They only Cost a quarter.Chamberlain's 4i'
Saviors Stamps are also for ,.oal I board with a profile map of the Boggy The board met in the afternoon

creek-Hilliard Island road, in -pursuance session with the following member

with orders given him at a present: Chairman' Ernest Maoh, E. Tablets

previous meeting of the board. and L. D. Overstreet A. F. Bass, J.. K, *' f

Friday June 28th made a report on the work. Pat Milliard and B. H. Guy, and,Attorney :
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Johnston addressed the board with Milton Pledger., -.
regard -to this road and asked that The session was called to order by '
the commissioner adopt the road a) Chairman Mach, and ,Commissioner approved and ordered paid: General revenue fund ........$4600.1C

National War Savings Day surveyed on condition that a right of Guy reported that he had ordered J I E Has*. janitor, ........-:.....-..' 50.00 60.00 Fine and and forfeiture Bridge fund fund'.......... 1661.68 1706.09Road

way be given the county by the property some emergency work done on the< Mrs R I 0. Livingston M ronon, maintenance malnt ?__-__.. 6.00 Special publicity fund ........ 600.00 I
owners abutting on the road.J. Bull creek road and asked that the Frank Evans, malnt............ 6.00 Hard surface road fund .'__..11740.8
'. J. Sullivan and G. L. Sullivan were pill be paid. On motion of B. H. GuyIt Mr. J U Wright irmlnt. ,...*-_ t.OO There being no further business to

.An exact quota according to population hat been et. It i i. .resent and approved the road 'also. was agreed to pay the bill. Mrs Mr 8 Janle A WII.on.Johns,malnt.malnt..._......... 6.00 6.00 come before the board, motion for

Commissioner J, K. Hilliard.! then The monthly estimate of the Peninsular Della Colllnfrton, malnt. ........' 4.00 adjournment was mad and duly seconded
$20 average' for each American man woman and child-this means moved. that the road be' accepted providing l Engineering Co., amountingto H Tllllm malnt. ..u_...._._... 6.00 and the board adjourned to> ,

the limit, $1000 each, for those who can, to average those'who cannot. I the property owners deeded $1440.81, was ordered paid out of lane Mrs Jlncy Clement radgett.. malnt.malnt._...,,__-_.., 6.00 6.00 meet inregular session July 1, 1918. I

the county the right of watt which the bond funds of the St. Cloud road Mr. A Simmons,. malnt. ........ 8.00 i.. W. 8. g. f.
The goal ii 2000.000000 (Two Billion Dollars) to be obtainedthis motion was seconded by 'A: 1". Bass district the bill beingapproved ,bj 8 11 McClelland. malnt. _--_-_-, 6.00 LETTERS
Mr. Hilliard then amended his motionto *" 111' L Mahle. malnt, ......_... 8.00 ADVERTISED
J9I8, which'means to youAbout -.t : the 8tatehighway engineer. A M L Chauncy malnt. .-_!____ 6.00 .
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year include continuing the..survey to Commissioner B, H. Guy asked authority Julia' Jernlftan, tnalnt. -'_______ 6.00 F
a few yards west to connect with the' to have ,a fill made on the Mr' M Smith, malnt. .__M_ ___Z 6ioO "
brick 'road in that section the' B ,Voider, ......".____ 6.c10 Advertised. list' for the two weeks
present Bull creek road to cost
I' something Amelia Evans, maint ......___. 6.00 ending July 1, 1918:
Face plat when put-on record to- show a like $15. On motion of E.' L. D. Over- _
J I U Owens nralnt. ...__. .__ 10.00 Brunson Mrs. G. W. Cobbs, Mrs.
complete road through from the street Mr. Guy' was instructed to Claud Hylveater. malnt. ....... 6.00 ;
brick. This motion carrled. Valley Gazette legal adv. __ 13.76 Craze, C. C.; Ferrell, Rev. W.
have the work u
wa and
done
Subscribe for your' full quota of W. S. S. L. H. Ingram' and L. 0.. Wilkinson In at the next session. bring the bill C CliaY'Tel L Bandy Co., commission. rent Ct. .house.____._ 180.14 7 18 Maryk' Mrs. Aileen: ; Lang.

came before the board in regard to A communication from Attorney W n Crawford, pro., atty. _..i. 81.31 Aichard; Thomas, Henry E.; Shaw 1
NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE a bill for the Sanitas DisinfectantCo. 3. P. Wall in reference to a suit of H B Evani county demonstrator 10O.OO Rev. J. W.; Stevena, J, II.; Beaty.
J L. Overstreet, elk & auditor_ lld.00: Mrs. Reaitel.
which was unpaid. Mr. Ingram Crawford vs. Osceola county was 1.'I Innram, car. of jail -.___- tS.OO B. B. SIMPSON,
stated that he had received read and referred to the attorney. for T M Murphy Judge Ct. -_-. 16.00 .
This space contributed for the winning of the war by some time ago and that the bile the board. *' Milton Pledger. yCOiu board SO.K4: Postmaster.Drive it 1

312.00 but that he would not O.K.I I The sheriff's 'feed, bill for prisoners V I Barber. , commissions 161.J
Kiss B L kV P. IIlJ wilier 1T.J
the bill! unless it was reduced in an was approved.: J L Oventreet. coat March term I Out Malaria Builds Up System l

LUPfER&PRATHERGARAGE I amount of $100. Mr. Wilkinson, representing A notary bond for Geo. W. Fox J. County H Insrram.Court feed...prisoner._______.______ J9.BO 64.OS The Old*Standard renerat ._.....b..l... tonic :.a.. .

. : the company, said he chad with J. McPhatter, J. W. Miller and 1\1> H Porter coat J P Court __ 8.14 :,. OROVU'M TASTELUS8 chill TONIC.drives outM.Iaris.enrkhe.theblood..ndbulid.eptbege 1r" .

; never'had a kick and that the bill\ Rull Bass as sureties was approved. T 11 Murphy Judge' Jv Ct _u___ 11.60 tern. A true tonic., For adults sod......... .0,.- "
was over five years old; said he would The quest! n of approval of the Tampa Trlb Co Co. booklet _. 9K7.78 .
eave' it to the commissioners to decide minutes being taken up, the minutes -upfer & !'rather; del. ballot bx 16.OO:
L. H Innram. Insanity case ... .ll I
i what was justly due him. It were read again for the informationof A N Cooley. Inaanltycns ---?--? j.oo COOO.TOTHE LflST DROP
was reported to the board that there Commissioner Guy, who was absent Mrs A Cooley, Insanity Case t 00frs
was one barrel of the disinfectant on at the morning session, and aftermuch \ A N Teachout. insanity. case. t.OO
T M Murphy. Co Judge ins case 1.81
b and. whereupon E. L. D. Overstreet discussion. were approved at J' 8 Cadel. Ins case ___-_?._._ 1.00
. moved that the county ship back the read. lr M J Hicks, Ins. case -.'.- *..00r MflXWELLHOUSE
goods on hand and pay the company John S. Cadel addressed the.board > B Derbyshire..In; case :: 3.00Osceola
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Hdw Co.. toilet C M .01V
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS $200, A. F. Bass seconded this motion with regard to the action of the commissioners \ A C Oro Co. sup rep.to P F ___. tfT.lt
. and it carried. Mr. Wilkinson in rescinding their- order Osceola Hdw Co., fence wire >
then went to ascertain If the goods < and supplies to P F ,..'_____ 41.'<0
,,.helpa provide that "Force, force to the utmost, roree.without' were in shape and reported to.have a final! estimate made on the M Katz, sup to P F .__-__.___. 11.10
proper .lough-man road and reported a conversation J L Overstreet, rel. fee !Henry
stint or limit, the righteous and triumphant that the disinfectant on .hand was with ,,Mr.' Ames, one of the Wllllama ...... ....... ?.._- 1000
not from his house thereupon Mr. state highway engineers thatit Dan Drown, 1 mo. guard ...... 46.00L cor FEE
s which shall make right the law of the world which Iverstreet amended his motion andt saying It Farmer, road .upervl.or ._ 1I6.0O
was not the fault of the contractor O W Aahton, mirr. teams ...... 78.OO
ti President,, Wilson,, says must be used against'ourenemies' was carried that the bill bo settled I but was the''county'* job-to repairthe J I K Slneltary. axle grease It 0 ,1.71

for $250.00, and .. warrant was'. ordered I road in places where the /ounda- Cissy Ice ACS Co. cure tn..t. .01 ASK YOUR GROCER ,
drawn for that sum ion had sagged. (>areola Hdw Co.. sup H U .... Sl.ll

;i This space contributed for the winning of the war by B. J. O'Quinn made a bid to paint Mr. S. L. Lupfer''tried to explainthe Miller-Jackson feed road gang drain Co.. ,mule___ us.01 :.

t the roof of-the court house for $127, situation and said he thought the J Z Robeyaon. .. 10.00
and on motion of E. L. D.' Overstreet trouble was caused by the actions of 1\1 Katz, sup R <1 .___.-..*_?.? 4.81 Take rBaths
W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY seconded by A. F. Bass, the job was Emil Mach, sup Co. truck _... 17.60 Sulph .
the elements and was no one's fault Kiss. 1.140 *
Wag wk. work R O . "- JS
awarded to Mr. ?
O'Quinn.A Attorney pledger stated that the contract J z Roberson. med prisoners .. 1.80 at hoR
..oooO.Ot..tt ..OttOt.t..o..ooo..t.Oto..o t road petition asking> that the for the road called for the Alabama M Katz, supplies Jal" __.--,.-... 10.06
commissioners establish new roadin \V ? y oolys' road In.pector ., 116.00-
I Paving Co. to do the gradingand W a C fro Co- sup It 0 _... ll .0t
28th. township 25, with a plat of the that because they allowed the L R Farmer, fKt on culverts >., l'.M
:Ed.ay. J'DLX1e proposed road, was read. The plat county to do that part of the work \V oft C. Oro. Co. mule feed R 0 111.6
Commissioner Gen Rev Fund, transfer .. ...
was explained by E. with- convicts' did relieve .160000
not the
NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS DAY contractor -
C B McCrory. Ct alenog.64.64
BUY TO 'THE LIMIT L. D. Overstreet, who moved that the ,. On the other hand he stated itt Cloud I Trlb.. : blanks Co officers 100 "
Milliard be denied. Commissioner! that it was shown that the contractor 8t Cloud Trlb, legal adv ....._ 16.10 :. ..i

This 'space contributed for the winning of the war by seconded the motion and the sad carried out the grading under the Banltas OD KlUit Disinfectant, work: on road Co. _dlsln-__... tn. 1 UMATISMGout. .'-t\,,....'

petition was denied. instructions of the otate engineerwho fectant :.......... .
ri&V ARNOLD & i 150 00H
: MacppNOUGHftv
.....,. : ,il, ,., H. S. McLendon, representing the approved the work before the 1.-D Overstreet commls'r ._ 16.00 Eczema Hives etc. Right In -I" '
federal department of agriculture, brick 'were laid.' Ernest Mach. comr. ....,.____.. 18:00 your own bom and at tattling cost,
B H Guy' comr. _....___ _. 11.00
.. appeared before the board in regardto //After much discussion: E .1* D. J K Hlllard comr. .........?.. 11.40 you can enjoy the benefit 9t healing
; filling; the vacancy arising by the Overstreet moved that the road be accepted A F D......comr. ..... ... 14.00 sulphur baths. .
4 resignation' of County. Demonstration B E Haley- amt. '.tock killed .. tt.OO
by the county and instruct the
Agent B. E. Evans. lie reported Phillips Bro., nail. to R 0 _... 1.60 t
state engineer to make nn estimatein Bill Nettles. rep. Co bridge .... 7.00J .
that the department' would' supply full for what was complete, the J \ Johnston, reps. bridge ._.. g.Sfi SULPHUR COMPOUND'f
Mr. L. R. Highfill for the next thirty county' to retain $200 from the Pam Lupfer. making rep rd wk 10.00
days, and asked that the commissioners ( Coe-Mortlmer Co., fert. P F ____ .3t. tAC i
Plant Cow-Peas amount shown due, aa a guaranteethat n R). Agt.fgtSCrdmat 44.tl .OWl!blond at UIII tkl.ball.sre
permit him to use the county car tho contractor would rack the Ala. Pav Co., 8 C rd for May..t004.t UIPHUR-weperd 'I. a wey bwpb
r and, the and oil bill for the tw.at efand.ua. list k I.tII4
pny gas the H 12 Wylie, survey Sullvan rd C6.60
repairs at time at.the old _
..f proper IoeLhl It us a 1oUoa.1'PI1Iaa a aJIac&eoI:
month, in view of the fact that the The tax collector's report showed .
li Crow for better still feed the department would all the salary contract price' of $1.81 per yard plus the following; amount. collected forlicense ..rt.i and take it Inwaaay.SOc .
cow-peas hay, or crop to pay the Increase cost of freight and material and poll taxes: license ,4.00. end $1 the bottlt

c hogs and cattle, or cut and turn it under The added humus for June. A motion by E. L. D. Ov !} the COlt, for such repairs not poll taxe. $110.00 at """ ....Sl'.'.. -1-"" f*supply '.-.
erstreet. seconded by J. K. Milliard, I to be deducted from the $200 retain The county depository's report send his_ ..!! the price I.aLaoDpe....
; and nitrogen will be worth big money to you. was carried, agreeing comply with ,, showed the following; balance. In the ..will Mad you alloWe d.,31AtlcocK .
ed the $200 so retained to be paid the
the I ; various fund June lat, 1918; I
of Mr. McLendon
request and an UOVJI $utrauaaeoMraar
contractor when the state engineer General revenue fund _.__.._.$48( 8.4 -
order was given Mr. Highfill to take ______ lOSO.ift
I accepts the road as complete. B. II. Fine A Forfeiture fund
charge of the county auto. Road and bridge fund .. .., 6687.11 auaHasI
Order Seed Now Dr. Rivers reported 6n the condition I Guy. econded the motion,.and a vote Special p bllclty 'fund .<-_.-.-.. 210 .6'" ..... C.eear tm-
being, taken Commissioners Guy end V"" S r-eeh.8.
Hard surface road fund 13399.21Paid
of Mr. and Mrs. A. I.. Chancy 2-c--
Overstreet voted and ,Commissioners warrant. were ordered canoet- ,
{ and stated that if the board coudhelp veal -
We can supply good seed cow-peas, all popular varieties Bass and Hilliard voted nay. led from the various funds a* follow: I
them it wns needed; as they were The vote being tied Chairman Mach
v'r mixed. at reasonable prices. Prompt shipments
4 or can unable to work sufficient to earn a
voted and the motion carried.
be made. Write.phone or wire for prices. livelihood Upon motion' o0 J. K. Commissioners yen A. F. Bass and J. K.
} Hilliard seconded bv A. F. Bass it
i Hilliard asked that they be placed on ,

... Fertilizer Co. month was agreed instead to of pay$5 thorn they had$10 been per record as opposed to' paying for .*!tie Potatoes and Prosperity

. Independent receiving from the county.A road the- until work.the stat. r engineer approved

letter of thanks from Rev II. II.
r L. R. Farmer reported that 'a claim
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA .
Bowen behalf of the St. Cloud
; on Aroostook Maine b the richest In
agricultural
for two cows killed by the railroad County, county
Red Cross read and filed.
chapter
: ,; For Bumper Crops Use Favorite Fertilizer Pat Johnston ap'per.red, wns before the had been filed with .him, the cattle the United States. .

having gotten on the' (railroad at a The hat brought wealth and to this
board and asked that a fence be built potai) crop prosperity county.
where' he cut the fence to
around the ,,Johnston vat, place get of in Aroostook U about 300
bushels
..at dipping dirt for the county road tille bill was The average; yield potatoes peraae'or4moretban ,
near Kissimmee, in order that it 70.( The Alabama Paving Co. agreed three times the average yield lathe. United States "
and
vat
could
.become a community ,
.t: to pay one-half the bill,, and a warrant DiD"yOU
M eliminate the building of a new (one was ordered drawn 'in favor of RAISE 300 BUSHELS OF POTATOESPER -' '.

by the county. The matter was referred 1... for ACRE THIS YEAR
-. to Mr. Johnston to confer with E. Lesley $35 for the county'shalf. "

the cattle vl.o could the vat If have lost of The Aroostook
men use not, yon a part jour profits." county:
State Highway Engineer Wright,
." ,r and to report to the next: meeting.A in. charge of the pork on the Lough- farmer,insures successful crop by applying plenty of high-grade fertilizer. ry",

department letter from advised the the state county highway that man-road, asked that a special meeting He plows and cultivates carefully, uses clean seed and spraysoften. '. :

Sign Up on the 28th the federal fuel administrator required be called to accept his'final- estimate These) gigantic crops are the result.of intelligent care and ';'':

written applications to be on ,Saturday as- he would not ample supplies of effective plant feed. ."
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have the estimate complete before .
read'-and -
made for
asphalt, was re- -
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!" Uncle( Sam: says: "Buy War Saving Stamps on June 28th." Co.ferred for to information.The the Peninsular. Engineering' Alabama'that date.Paving B. II. Guy Co.. be moved allowed that$8-tho I E. Frank Coe's Fertilizers "

000 the estimate' this meeting
on ,
;, Y; You are not asked to take 'them all thenbut to to buy question of appointing a state 'f'
agree cattle tick inspector to supervise the to be charged agninst the final .ti. are' the Aroostook.farmers' Standard. P
certain quantity stamps before January 1 1919. mate when ready, and this beingagreed
: dipping of cattle in Osceola county,
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For the E. Frank Coe brands has assisted I
was taken up and on motion of A. F. to, no special meeting was sixty years good farmers '

", / WAR SAVINGS STAMPS Bass, seconded by J.' K. Hilliard, the deemed necessary.The in all sections of this country to increase their crops and their profits. ",

board recommended Ordia Basa for following bills 'Were examined Plan new to get you fall profit from ,ear 1918 potato crop. ,'.

;: ':r They pay 4 per'cent'interest compounded quarterly. You can the appointment ., Ask. for a' copy,of oar book entitled "POT A TOES -,A MONEY
J. K. filed with the
'' Singletary CROP.? This book contains foil information. in regard to the methods
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.; 4tt backth' interest very dollar Inv"tecI''ln them any time. you board a written permit to use certain
'' .. lands for a dipping vat, he to reimburse used by the best Aroostook county potato growers and also the story'of
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'I:...-_. ik.. the of profitable writtea by Aroostook farmer. '
.. county for the expense a .potato crop : an .
'r"11 their building in case he should -afterwards
duty June 28th. jACKSoNYiur.ruOLDEST '
,Do your. on.
need the land used. KISSIMMEE WAREHOUSEJ.
: 'j... .. - so.
.... ., ;> ''WILSON' &, TOOMER' FERTILIZER CO. T. Burckbalter, Salesman -'"

\ LET TOUR LIT R LIMB
:;, ;. '. Manufacturer 'Ideal Fertilixera.' . A sluggish.slow acting Lirer U the cause CSTABllSttOlnouse

-asaitin'Ia ell many w.. for you to b*'active and in uEO THE COE-MORTIMER: CO.
; .: Spray! Machinery .and InsectleideevfJACKSONVILLE '. good health the liver must carry poisons .IN fLORCLt'ttv.s ,

a ..... .. "-*?;"* FLA., d melakilUully the 1 .FUNK'S combined UVER withotheroeceaa PHIS contain Cat. i .....a q.* ..*> Asa4rteaui A. *t* ltiumi ca....... Cease >'+.'_' i}
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;: .. - THE ZJSSIMMEEVALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY; FRIDAY. JUNE.21. 101ft .. .SEVEN _


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: planks of great Importance in to b* offered for' sal In the City of a.

.: Give our. boy* In the Army .nl rR OF JREX V Florida at present. I I Klsslmme. ball b* handled In any I fpanr.against C. W.corporation. Dann H.! M.a*...L' I..lftareUr, ,

,, and Navy every flgrbtlng chance. .' RUMINATIONS I Miss Orlando Eva Seniors have 'for president place become where contaminated such milk will and be, liableto dairy C.Ing-ram I* Hyatt. a* sheriff a* defendant ef. Osceola. L Count]

*.Pledge yourself to save to the ---- --- --- Taylor; rice president Miss cattle shall not be pastured where Florida, b.". levied upon and wilt _ _
'*, utmost of. your ability to .* BHza! Wright; secretary, Miss Alta there are dream pond or other Water offer for sale and sell at the Court
>. War Savior Stamp. . buy .* The .kaiser Is I.king of Prussia and her usual good spirits, Nolan up and Wright; treasurer, Miss Olive Sink; found. to b contaminated with. House of said Ooola County, Flor, 4.

'. ,.. This'space contributed by ,* emperor of Germany and.his power is dot1l '.ebout.and that .littlebaby girl l cor.. secretary. Miss Ula Helms They ware.Section '. AU dairyman shall'I bo re. the ida,,legal In the hour city of of sale Klsslmmee. during

w. CRAWFORD e absolute monarch of the kingdom of in better condition than we had 'seen have held council meetingand formed quited to keep their premises la a first day of July. Ills,on the Monday following th* _ _

: .:, Prussia and as king thereof is I sole her before. Dont know that she hada budget. Much Interest is manifested clean and, sanitary condition_ and all described property: '

governor of that country unrestrained good hearty squall while we were a bulletin board being* used. milk person: or employed milk product In the handling shall keep of Patrick'Lot three addition
: -; by any conditions' of law; His'will there. Miss Martha Acre' came in Twenty-five years ago the flxst Ep themelv. clean. All well*. springs Florida.. according-to Klsslmme recorded. City plat

+, ". expressed in due form is the only law .t.he.Acree auto during our visit ,and worth League in Florida. was organ.. use and of cistern stock supplyingwater for the thereof recorded In the office of the -_ _

Make thrift .O of that: country and ia the only legal fhat young lady always brings good bed in Kissimmee by Rev. R. L. lion. fra from dairy any source shall of b*possible reasonably Infctton. Clerk county of the Circuit Court of Osoeola _ _
day day Florida
a the
-, and help every Government, end power known to exist. John Adams cheer with her and scatters it around Iker, who recently passed to his re All utensils used In mllklnii '"t'ty'ti upoa *. the said property property. ef the b*<
your time in where she ward. should be of simple conitruotlon. thai ,
during. revolutionary one stays. She is always a C. W. Dana.
1 : the war a8. Bay. War Savlags ', We welcome The their may bo thoroughly eterlllmed b.- u H. nroRAu. _
of his noted speeches said. are guest. subject of a league publication for.
1, .* StampI' -.. using Sanitary milk pall must lit Sheriff Osoeota
three one-fifth fighting men Jim Davis who has for was discussed b I Countr., Florida/
This contributed million some time at conference and plans ued. ; _ _
JOHNSTON space by and we call no man master. The.na- past been engaged at Edgewater. has win no doubt be presented very soon ,All utensils. Including bottle fordell".ry AN ORDINANCE

r : ft GARRETT :.4. tion from whom.we"obtained our existence returned to the city. He is at present with the hope of soliciting the aid.of cleansed of and milk sterilised must, and be thoroughly kepta '

.t ... e'.4oot.e.,4+.. we .ever are and ever will be .employed kt. the Pfann A.Sin. all leaguers. : place free from flies and dust until An latlon Ordinance'Rq'jrln.- th* InstaN- _ _
ef
:.. . .. .. .... ... ... ...0 ready to yield unforced submission geltary sawmfll. This'mill is said to Miss Steel president of Jacksonville City used.'Marshal The City shall Physician and the Section of Sanitary the City Prlvle of 'Kleelmme In those

but it can never be extorted. Rex is have an enormous government con. Christian Endeavor Union was constitutes compliance designate with the above what LyingOutsld* ., the .w.r_. Limits -

l Protect your soldiers with* of the opinion that the end of the war tract, and as they own Johnson's Is. a pleasingvisitor at conference and sanitary refutations.. .. a* heretofore Defined and J>re- ', 4

.. your savlng-a.,' is not very far off. and he bases his land and there is a vast amount of greetings from this state organiza Section 7. All milk wagons used In scribing Specification the whereof Materials.Sam Plan Shall and' _ _

War .Savings Stamps save* Judgment on .the fact that Germanyis timber on the island, they can give tion were received. the product delivery shall of have such the milk name and of milk the Constructed .b*

k ThIs space contributed by *' drafting men from 16 to 65 yearsof I employment to a great many hands. This editor extends greetings-- owner or proprietor or dairy painted BE OF IT ORDAINED BT TilE COUNCIL

: DR. W. W. CARSON age. The South resorted to this My information is that they take all predating the honor of re-election. thereon In prominent letters and all Section THE 1.CITT That OF the KISSIMMBBl
: of
; :v plan just before the end of the war that and pay 10 cents for each cut, She will endeavor to do much for the clean.such wagons shall. b* kept neat and propertr. occupied either owners by the said all

...00..0... between the states, and when they so that a man' can work by the day publicity of league work this 1918.19 Section t. Each dairyman *r em. owner or tenants be required within

.-.. . +0 . .C00 . ... ..o..o.< # were mustered; into the ,service we or hour and it would appear under and to this end solicits the co-opera ploye of such dairyman shall Imme Thirty Ordinance days, to after construCt th* passage, of this '
. bad a crowd but nor a Very serviceable such conditions that there is' no excuse tion of all Lealguen and their friends diately report any sickness In his intracted to construct sanitary or to priv have

r .. The 'Government, needs your )>' one. Those who had remainedout for the idle nuwi\ who is able to over the state, in order that this may City family Marshal or among or;City his employee Physician'to th. ies upon. all of such said property In ,

.' money. Buy W. S. S. now. < so long didn't Intend to light and work. be the best year In all history. Section S. It shall b* unlawful; for nected the City with Klsalmmee the a* Is not con

T: This space 'contribute! by its the; same in Any country. I've Rex has recently received from theagricultural MAUDE B. LITTLE .In any bottle person who sell or deliver milk ordinance same sewers to under b* constructed the prss4eat
to'
". 'jteen the new men, as we called them; department at Washing Ocala, June 12. E. .L.: Editor. I milk bottles from remove the person or accept to whom such n conformity with the plan and spe

:: LEWIS' O'BRYAN dodge when our artillery was firing ton a book termed the Encyclopediaof w. s.s or the premise where, delivered cifications Board of Health approved by ont t"I Stat

into a piece of woods ahead of us to the War. It gtve'e minute description WHAT WILL WIN THE WAR where disease there I* any case of Infectious office of the City and Clerk now of Klsslmme In the

-.. .,. see whether there was a skirmish line of all the nations engaged The New York Tribune rc4vlnir on said milk premises.on any.such All pr persons ..m-- 8.designated" as Detail Plan of "I. R, _ _

concealed there that would resist the in the war 'and their dependencies, said recently lies shall furnish proper receptacle See.Privy I. ,______
Any
the battles that editorially that "Victory is a Into which the milk owner of property not
advance of our infantry. II 1 have been fought, shall b* poured complying with the
< oth land question of means," and then it wenton from the original package. above require _ __
Prohibition has on and ments before
prohibited water
certainly on biographies renting or offering
to Hat Section 10. The Marshal prop' _ _
City
f; If every American buyi onr 'this time, and Osceola county is of all the generals and civil au First the the means., There' are: City Physician shall at any time or have the or my imprisonment far rent shall b* subject' to flne
thorities raw materials. the' or both such. fine and
politically dry. Returns from Jug. and considerable information authority to take any reasonable

r War .Savings' Stamp.on Bull. Crab Grass' :and Sand .Gully too numerous to detail. It would terials Second, the plants where raw ma any amount dairy of milkor. milk products from V Imprisonment Seo S. Any, as person hereinafter or personsylo-Indicated.. .
wag" ( or dairyman
are converted "
by industrial'processes engaged latlng- .
ereeks from these well pay to this any of the provisions of-th
as one person sections a.nypne procure book, In delivering milk In the City of tbove _ _
expressed it dry AS h--11. and it can be !had by applying to the into sinews of war., Klsslmmee. for the purpose of testIng e subject brdlnanc to ,flne shall' upon conviction, '.
: Third a of not
than
\; June 28th,. it. will add '425. million There is strong prospect: that Hunt Committee of Public I Information, 10 raw materials., the labor. to act' upon the In* same Its standard.Section for Impurities. or ascertain". : rwenty-nv Dollars or Improslnment more _ _

1... ers' Paradise la about to bring forth Jackson Place, Washington, D. C. En Fourth 11. Any person violating; for not more than thirty days, or both _ _
..". dollars to our war fund. ,-esults. Rex: ,r is received notice f'n close 25 cents in currency or postal uniform. the fighting: man power in any of the provision, of the foregoing such cretion flne of and the Imprisonment Mayor. In thc dis. _ _

.. ; interesting affair that is fixed for money order. The only injunction is, ordinance, shall upon conviction, be All ordinance or parts of ordinances
ftn.d
,But that is not We. do not send Fifth, transportation. not more than Twenty-five dol In conflict herewith, b..
enough. the no distant future.: postage stumps.v lars or Imprisoned not than and the same
Labor more *at _ _
and h..reby
% . materials .in other reD..aed V
The Democratic Rooster continues Thirty daYL eheil b.. _
or Dunlahad Lv '
1: must pledge five times that Our words are what Read a first and second time by' '
'his loyalty. He thinks resident wu-! LEMONS MAKE SKIN: are necessary to win both .uch'ftn.. and Imprisonment In unanimous
consent and
,t quota for the nation Is two billion son is the right man for the crisis I WHITESOFT.: CLEAR all the of war.us T. What Obviously, then, what is the we duty must of the license discretion shall be of subject the Mayor to revocation, and his session isis. this. Itnd..day V of passed May,In A.open D, __ _

.
dollars, to be raised through the and he wants our Joe to appreciatethe -. do is to all Sec. If. All ordinance or part of (SEAL) F. H. LAWSON.
produce that is and
_
possibleand are repealed _
support given him by the voters Make this beauty lotion for a few In hn.c.mrn Attest President of 'Council.
,; sale of War Savings Stamps this consume as little ,as necessary conflict herewith, be J. R. GILBERT, .
: and .continue his good work to the cents and see for yourself. and R..ad'a first and second time and Clerk. '
give the
; end. The loyalty .displayed by our -. government'..our. utmost passed In. open session, this, '4th day Approved this aird day of Mar, A. 1>..
year. financial
'
support. of June A. D.' 191*. '
citizens throughout-the state in giving What (SEAL 'JOHN
f. girl or womanhasn't heard of If.'.we follow this treed we' shall (SEAL) F. II. I-AW80N ) CAD&U. :
1*
!\ .. This space, contributed by well defined majorities to. our lemon juice to remove complexion leave for the government more la 1 Attest' President .of CounciL. V Mayor. ,
members of certainly J. R.
present congress blemishes; to whiten the skin and to bor and GILBERT Clerk. NOTICE! OF APPLICATION
materials FOR '
for TAXtDEED
strictly warpurposes Approved this fth day of June,'A. D.
displayed a commendablespirit\ bring out the roses, the freshness and and ." V
CARSON FARMER and placed Florida among the states the hidden beautyl But lemon we shall accumulate I ,
juice for investment JOHN S. CADEU Notice h..r.-'i".n:;;
Is
savings
f. in War' Sav that it.
that favored the policy of the admin alone is acid therefore Si-It Mayor.. K.
irritating and
,
ings Stamps. Thus we, shall help Brought purchaser of Tax: Certificates
} istration.' This was decidedly the should be mixed: with orcLard white both the AN -, No*. <40 and sn, dated the 4th dar of "
right thing to do. Our state'has certainly this way., Strain through a fine cloth government and ourselves. C ORDINANCE"A !! ml''t D. 1 asleg.:: said oertlfl-. _

% done her duty and her whole the juice of tvo fresh lemons into a Piles Cured In 6 AB Ordlasac. t* Asarad fteetles) IBSa .f I plication mr office, .. madap:
.
for
toI4Days d.
tax
.
. *d to Issue In ac.cordance
Revised .
the bottle Ordi.bes.s f during present war. City
luty ,
containing about three .
ouncesof Tevr drvrctet will refsad noser If raZO of KIsstBssse* .r December .... with law. SaId certificate
:: Wh! Will Be Your The eclipse of the sun which was orchard white, then shake well and OINTMENT ills to cure ..t e... of Itchn.. Hcletlve t. the Abatis* of X.I_ISiS...*. embrace the following; described. prop., _ _

scheduled for Saturday, 8th inst., did you have..a whole quarter pint of skin The Blind.BlMdnorPro flrrt application! re*.....t... of the .....- Ida rtjr. ,to.wal situated, In Osoeola County, Flor-' _ _

: not in any way remind us of similar and compl'xlon lotion at about the gives Has and test. II. Health.BHJ Lot 1. In Block 1ST and Lot S la 4

t Answer? .occurrences that happened when Rex cost one usually pays for a small jar IT ORDAINED-BY THE COUNCIL Block,lt of the Town of $Cloud. .
"1 : In this it dark of LEGAL Th said land beingassessed at the _ _
boy.
was a case was ordinary cold cream. Be' sure to ADVERTISEMENTS OF THE CITY OF KIS3IMMKBJ: late of the Issuance of

for a few minutes and then Old Sol strain the, lemon juice so.no pulp gets Section 1. That Section lit' of the 'n the name. of W. H.said Sexton certificates and O.
Many American ships with many showed up Again as plain as ever. into the ,bottle,' then this lotion will Revised Ordinance of the City of Klsslmmee N. Hoffman. Unless said certificates ,.

t' American lives are at the bottom We boy!, used to smoke glass to look remain pure and fresh for months,* NOTICE OF ELKCTIOKf amended of to December read follow 1st. lilt, be fax hall deed b* redeemed according law
a will
: : Issue
!' of the Atlantic, victims of the through and we could see the 'sun When applied daily to the face neck, : "Sec. IlL It shall be the duty of day of July, A. D. IMS.thereon on the JOtu

'.,:. German lust for blood. Mid just'how much of it.was covered, arms and hands it should help bleach, Law In compliance of with Chapter 467*. the City Marshal wherever an excessive ;t. I... OVBR8TRBBT. _ _

,/. Our, boys are'going "over;there" but -.all Dhings have .changed since clear, smoothen and beautify the skin. given that Florida an election, ISO notice will b.I.held h.r.by at plants growth may be of found weeds or obnoxious lot (. Seal) Clerk Oscoola Circuit Court. .

< through, sea of hostilesubma- then and the gun wag so excessivelywarm Any druggist will supply three oun. Center Park Osceola County Florida. lots. In the City, and any upon pool any of wa or B* B. H. BULLOCK. O.Count C. Florida.

rifles, to fight that you .and I ,at durinsr the day that Rex supposes ces of orchard white at very little cost In Ppeclal Tax School District No. Ion ter are,. or are likely to be whether n.1

If home may T>e safe. that old Mother Moon was gladto and the grocer has the lemons.. the Saturday purpose,of July determiningwho 4th. A. D. 115.shall for to such notify lot or the lot owner b* occupied, or agent or,of vacant such NOTICE'OJHEBIP'F_. BALK I

But we ,can do something. Germany get out.of its way as quickly as w... .. serve a* school trustees of said dis. owner or occupant writing;. In person f.,
::' aald.to us, You cannot cross possible.. FLORIDA EPWORTH trict for two rear. next att.r the elec or by mall, to clear away <'r .c..0. <. 3----
VV
tion and
tibe with moat I Your Rex and : to flx the number of mills move said weeds or to Oil rdarci F.w.
ocean your : hag to pass a joke now of district school tax to be levied. and pool of water within'such I
l nnot :fight us, because you can. tgain. Some of the Gazette readers LEAGUEDOM TO DATE collected annually for the said two lime a* tb.'..,14 City Marshal reasonable may direct Crsnshaw"'.. Brother Produce Company..

liot reach ual!" What shall your tell me they enjoy, them so they are yearn --, : fallingto Qraystone Hotef V '
The twenty-fifth Epwortih League The following; are .p to act lnit'bncor.7.. .=t70 Company
w bet for the benefit shall b*
answer given of those who at'said election J. A. l'Jarkaer. J. M. fined NoUe I I. herebr given that .under
not
conference held in exceeding 160.00 _ _
Jacksonville last ; or imprisonment
JUNE. 28TH NATIONAL WAR appreciate them. A little girl was !week was Sharp and H V. Partln Inspector; C., not exceeding* 10 days,. and shall out of, the of an execution Issuing
splendidly Countr Court
attended and S. Partln. cleric. of Oeceola
'I' SAVINGS DAY told by her mother that she must not pay the costs of clearing; away and removal bounty. Florida. In .
was a great success, much work beina' Don by order of the Board of Pub of above entitled '
such weeds or obnoxiousplantS. .
aick currents in the garden and on .cause on the 17th
This cdntributed the lie Instruction In and for the dar of Itll,
space for done that will tell for the good of County or the cost of filling; In such n of the April
plalntlfl
of
coing out she found hertau.htar Osoeola Stat la"o.
one day of Florida, this 4th
pools of
water provided, that If .laln.
of the the
winning war by home, church and civic life. h* defendant la said
.
picking aDd eating the for- dar of June, A., D. 161$. owner or occupant of said lot or lots vied upon the cause, h.

: : bidden fruit. ")Wby. Hattie," said President' Garfield*Evans of Sutherland AU..tl ..V w., a, BAS..b.lrman. (ails to comply with said notice, the property In . tolowln., 4..ole.
: CITY MARKET was re-elected to the great S" City Marshall shall have the work 17 dinIng tables, 14
:namma "did I not tell you-not to C. m. 'TOWE1ti.. "! 4
done and the cost thereof shall dlnln.oh..a.
tilde current in the garden!" The satisfaction of all, and Leaguer- Carl Superintendent. 15-6t taxed' against the property affectedand be side as the boards prop.rty'of lot dishes the .., _ _
little Koesthne of Sutherland was chosen: a lien In favor of the of Klsslmmee Orayston Ho
girl's reply was Yes, mamma, City tel Company defendant and I will on

: ''h. ..... ....... ... ....... but Satan tempted.. me." ."Yes, but secretary.V Rev.Ralph E. Nollner,VV NOTICB -OFKLBCTIOIV- '' whereon be created said labor against I*' the erform..d.property "- being the first the day of July, HIS. the same
of Nashville rule day of said
month. offer "
/tid I not tell you when you were In compliance with Chapter 4I7S. Section t. All Ordinances and parts For ,
: 'Oar men la the trenches and tempted to say: 'get behind me,.Sa assistant secretary of' Southern Law of Florida, Is". notice I* hereby pt Ordinance In conflict herewith b* :egral sale hour at public of sale outcry at the between the _____

:, In the submarine. chasers 'are tan'?" "Yes mamma, I did Leaguedom' won, tthe admiration of given that an election will b* held at kndthe same are hereby repealed. Hotel situated on Orayston( .*. _ _
say
Whittier and Lokosce. Oeceola Read first Bro.4wa".1 _
all by his Coupty. a and second time by Immee _
addresses institutes Osoeola
behind ,
1gwt thee me'Satan, and Satan .. en Florida In Special Tax School District unanimous : the
: doing their. part. Are you do-. consent and passed In open aid mentioned '.. c':, and sell thetarn
got behind me and pushed me couragementand'advice... Miss Emma No. S. on Saturday July, 4th A. D.. session this 4th .day of June, A. D. to the, .. best
R : 'bi..your part Buy /ight- into the current bush." Tucker 'of Enterprise held Bible 1>18. for the purpose .of determining 161 8. 'or,cash. aDeI bidder _ _
who shall serve a* trustees of said ((SEAL) F.
readings, while Rev. W. T. Dmlde LAWSON L. H. INGRAM.V
of
Our local merchant, (Fennel! is district for two ,
War rears next after the Attest: President of Council. Sheriff .
J Savings i selling his stock of groceries with the St. Petersburg' conducted BlUe! study. lection and to flx the number of mills J. R. GILBERT Clerk. .B,. Osceola J. ROBT.County CAMPBELL, Florida

intention of retiring from the business I. Tampa: delegation was strong at of district school tax to bo levied and Approved this 6th day June-A. D. . V Deputy 8b.rUr.,
conference; them. Vice collected Annually for the said two UlI. Altman ft Morrow.
among Presi
world. of '
Stamps .Many the people in V
rears. JOHN &
CAI>Et.
this section, will regret to have him dent E.' A; Gallagher, ;re-elected, and The following are appointed, to act 1S.lIt Mayor. Atty for pa.lntlla JI-U

r i: to utorast close out. V Leaguer Manuel H. Jones was chosen at said election: V MOTICB OF'
capacity.'This .
: .
your V treasurer. Whittier: H. a Fertlc, C. C. Arnold SAN ORDINANCE) ADMINISTRATOR. _ _
f ; P. P. Savrge has removed his fam and M. A.'Rtalltnge. Inspectors; J., B (F.v Sisal IHscaar*;*) ,
l .pa-ce contributed by ily to Orange county. His daughter, Mrs. W. C. Hicks of Waldo,.one of 9omersett Clerk. Aa O.da..._ Ra- .".* .ihe'Klad .f la Ce.rt .f C.mmtr Jedge. Stale .<
Myrtle, accompanied them.' Her husband the best informed league workers in Lokose: Oeo. Kertlc. J. B. Owen Uarbaa c..* t. Ire Used la the City Florida, Os jla CeMtr. .
Ii MRS. HARTNETT the state 1s now state Junior and 0 C. Miller Inspectors; F. M. Ed. .f KIaa.___ I. r* Relate e f WII.Wkly,
_,being absent on a touring trip. super- us. Clerk. J Notice Is herebl .I" ,
: 1..0..0..1.0.0.0 William Temple's last notion is to intendent.S V Don by order of the Board of Pub BE IT ORDAINED THB COUNCIl may on. th. iota dar.
, raise sunflowers. He procured ten Ocala district, under' Miss Edith lie Instruction In and for the County .. OF THE CITY OF KISSIMMEB; of September, A., D. I shall apply

pounds of good from the Kilgore Seed Carter of Dade .City now holds the of 4th Osceola day of June State! A.of D.Florida 1918, this the Section 1. That all vessels used 'for of to said the Honorable Court a. .T..\of Lturphy.Probate Judge, for

Co. of Plant City, and intends to have district banner territory' extending V .W. C. BASS, of the reception of garbage In the City mr flnal discharge o4manl.tr..t.r of '
his place blooming like the old-fash from St., Petersburg to Ocala.- Rev. Attest: Chairman. size Klsslmme to Insure must the handling be of sufficient such the estate of WIII.m deceased -

t Buy W. S. S. ioned] rose.' V R. Ira Barnett is,presiding elder. C. B. YOW SliPerlntendent.It; :LL. garbage In a sanitary .. durable andmust will present; and to said Court same my flnal time acCounts I-

We had a call from.Wiliam' Stephens Frances Bridges of Bartow is state be constructed ofsome as Administrator of said ..tat..'

fl. and his wife one day lost)week. agent for the Epworth Era, the official AN ORDINANCE metal'strongwell, free from fitting leaks metal and holes top, .witha and ,and Dated ask ZInd for their .PPNV.t. .
lt
FRIDAY His eon, as Rex understands it, ; with a circulation of' AB. OrdlBBBM Iteg.l.iag the Sale ef said vessel or vessel at DROUGHT,
procuring marriage license, gave 26,000, a distribution curelr.over. H-lam4mo. Administrator
:- anion' the soldiers of Milk laCks, tidy *f KIsslBiBie said vessel .or' vessels ,
JUNE 28 his age as twenty-one but 'when it 11,000, V contain any garbage.Section f' NOTfCI OF ADMINISTRATOR
came to draft ragestratkn! showed by and much more among Y. M. C. A BB IT ORDAINED BT TIlE COUNCIL S. Any person 'or person V Klaal Dlawhar**). _

c:. National War Savings Day affidavits from those who were present Rev. C. H. Summers\ is doing good ..OF THE CITY OF KIS8IMMEK: violatingany of the provisions of thl.ordln..nce. la Coar .f Cu.ty. JB- Stat .(
work with his shall upon convlctlop b. Oeeeolai C'o. '
,
.I.w. Bty.
: that he was born on the 14th day I aoldlel'.boy.league. of Section 1. No person ,himself, or as fined not more than Ten Dollars. or la re lt. Fred '
This contributed of August, 1898, that the day- of the 200 at Camp Johnston. the servant or agent of another shall Imprisoned not more than Ten days I hereby Dl, to all whom
space by I General sell or deliver, or have In hi. custody or be by both such and It .
week was Wednesday" and the hour conference Vat ,Atlanta last punished fine concern that on fie auth ,dar,
month released or po..e..lon-'wlth.. Intent to' sell or imprisonment In the discretion of the of A., D
the Sept.mb.r. shell
Junior
M. TILLER about 4 o'clock a. m. Take care, boy., League deliver any, milk; or milk; products mayor. to Honorable T. UtLI, .. ;
.. when_ you get a marriage licence or from further correlation with the until such parson shall have' flrst ob UPC. S. All ordinance or parts ef of said as Judge of apfIJ ,
Uncle Sam ,will get you.. Tell the Woman's'Missionary Society,'so that lathed a license therefor. In the sum ordinance In conflict herewith be and my .Court a. Administrator' a' ,
they in the future will select of Twenty-nve: cents for each milk the same are. hereby, repealed. of the estate of Fred Deal
V their
( ,truth. . cow from which d.e..d;
milk or milk products Read a first and second time by and that at the time
same
Our last own mission fields and make ownpledge. I* so sold or offered for unanimous I will present -
t.V V V V V visit to John Drawdy's sale after application consent and passed In open to said Court mr final accounts
'found that gentleman in better health .. for such license ha. been ap imslon this 4th day of ,March A. D. as Administrator of said ,
.s..s.I ( "Girls of Epworth" and "Knightsof : proved by the Board .Health of said hIJiAL ask for their approvaL estate, 'and.
than he bad been.' Miss
Dora in
was City. Th term '
Buy W. Ezeiah" person herein shall ) F. H. LAWSON. Dated ,April Jlnd. A. D. ( ".
are consolidated Include
now .
as any Individual or Individuals Attest: President of Council. A. B. bROUGHT
-- .. "intermediates" with Miss Marie firm or corporation. V J'. R GILBERT Clerk. n-l.m'me' ". AdminIstrator.
/ ' Hanson of Winter Haven as Section 1. All dairymen shall Imme Approved this 6th day of June, A. : "
GIRLS! LEMON JUICE super diately notify the City Marshal when D 59 *. NOTICH 0V KIKCUTOH'f
I .FRlPAX"J S intendent. She Is most capable. I any additional cow. are. added to their i JOHN ft CADEt. "FI..I Discharge)
: IS SKIN WHITENER Miss Pauline Cauthen addressed dairy herds and a license as above setout ft-St S Mayor. .'
r_ Jacksonville district ,conference this shall b* obtained before milk or -V-- 1 CeBrtef..C..aty' ...., Oseeel*
.F NE 28'National How to make milk products from such additionalcow MASTER'S 8ALKUnder c..t,, S.te .r Fl.rida.Ia' .
.a creamy beauty lotion. week on league activity, while Rev. or cows I I. offered for sal In said S -
.. : for a few"cents. S. I. Hendrix of Middleburg circuit City. a decree of sale entered V In .Rstat* ef Llssl Melert '
War Savings Day '- represented the league attractively. Section S. No dairyman; shall be al. the Circuit Court;: of Oscoola County, l J Notice Is hereby given to all whom
lowed to sell or offer for sal milk or Florida, In a chancery causa'between "L may concern that the list' dar
'juice on
The of two fresh lemons Miss Edyth Yates of Bartow ad. of
milk products. In th* City of Klsslmmee. William o Peckham. complainant and July. A. 0.1818. I . apply: to the
This Space c.*.,*>..td By strained into a> bottle containing threeounces adressed Bartow conference at Wau- until, all dairy stock over six Seminole Land A Investment Company honorable T. M. Murphy Judge of said

V J.W.TI1OMPSON: of orchard white makes a chula recently on league work and months old owned by such dairyman st .... defendants I will expose in sale final court- a. Judge' 'of Probate, for mr.
: whole Rev. W. O. Troutman shall have been tested by a veterinarIan by f-ubllo auction at the Court House discharge a. Executor of th*'
i of the Fort
quarter pint most remarkable of Myers approved by the City Council, said door, in Klsslmmee. Florida on Mon estate of LJssI Moseley, deceased; and:
lemon skin beautifier, at mission gave Interesting accounts. of test to be mad with Tuberculin. Each g: j.e.T r 1. 1616. between the legal ---.at t: time I will present,
V ;; about the coat one must pay for a his league experiences V cow so tested shall be marked In sucha sale. Lots 1, 1, I and 4 of mr flnal : : a* Executor of said'j V
Jrc
V small .* the V way as to Indicate that she has been Block 141 ef the Town of St. Cloud ..tat*, and their approvaL ',
jar Tampa Seniors'
ordinary cold : Heights under' the
creams; Inspected and approved by such veter according to the plat "of said Town Dated .. .. 16th, A. llt. .
c V Care should be taken to strain the ministry of Rev T. J. Nixon are doIne" inarian, and they may b* re-tested a* Sled In the .Clerk' office of Osoeola V EOQLK8TON D
Remember I the. men in our lemon juice through a fine cloth so no splendid 'Work'and dialing 'theveai often a* mar ". deemed .necessary County aforesaid. August SI.. 10. and T-loamim 'ILOUR. .'
and Navy do not lemon ? but shall b* tested not less than once recorded In Plat, Book, pages, 13 V *
then have .
: Army. expect pulp gets in, this lotion donated $1,000 on church In each year. The fe* for such test ard S4., MOTICIO 0.EXECUTOR
'luxuries. Should we at' home will keep; fresh for months. Every dept and"won the$10 offerod by Miss Shall b* paid by the owners' of the Terms cash. $f 0.0t deposit repair 1. t F.. Dlesksrgu) :

; 'them? Buy necessities woman knows that lemon juice I. used Lillian, Ralph. fo' missionary 'off i.' stock)* tested. If upon Inspection and ed,, from V purchaser.: at time of vale. S c. .1 CesatJ.45.stat. ef ., o. ..
expect ,
test I I. rierMUr.IB
.- to bl..eIIand remove such'.blemishesas ciency. any cow found to be diseased LEWIS 0-BRTAN. .. ,

, and: ;freckles., sallowness and.tan and is Florida has 201 Seniors V'V and 46 with cow.tuberculosis shall be branded the condemned with the cower Utter Massey AJ Warlow Special ,Master In Chancery.' re KVrtBle .;. sttktNolle t 4

thS' ideal skin;;softener, whteo| .r,;and Juniors; the former has decreased In T. B. and It shall b* the duty of Complainant'. Solicitors. 4-4t V It-' I. t all whnf '
( $ beaatlfler., : the owner to remove Such condemned mar conorn that on 1st day of
War Savtogs Stamps : membership the ,
owing to
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of
$ calling August .
@ v animals from his premise and .kill .or NOTICE ' SHERIFF' $. -I shall apply te'the '
; V Just try'm Get. three "ounces..of many to the colors'yet the work ad- otherwise dispose. of same. .; "'; (ALB.Notice .! HODorbl. T. M.' Murphy Judge *f .
Thil..pau-coDtributecS- by orchard.white.at -clrut'ltor-; and vances. All for ChArt." V Section 4. Novmlloh. cow shall be ;'I*' hereby: given that' under aid. Car.a* Judge t of ,Probate tory

1.. : -, , two lemons from the grocer and makeup A league in everycharge. the Limits old or offered for-sal*. within the City and by virtue *f that certain writ of' *-*U e', of a'Bxeoutor,Smith: of the '
of "
,. ''',.V :- a quarter pint of this sweetly fra goal'for tbeJunlor'L.agu. this'new, .r _w. have ICissimmee been Inspected, until said aa here eow. execution April itl bearing. and..date issuing the 14th dar. of' and at"the- _naB Mm I d-
out
'. "' F.FLViWSON: : grant lemon1ption" and *massage i Siduylnto year. ; 1818-19. It can be reached. inbefore peelfled. and the vendor of./under the seal of the CIreuIt of and ef' aid .mr finalaccounts a. P
the: : and ',lAt* any such- cow or cow shall furnish a ///Osoeola. Countr.. .t.t.and ask for thMlrus-wreval/ i
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..ooo.o .. o.o oO..Otoo..o.oo.ooooooo.o Bartow, who was visiting at the Si. STRIPPING{ CORN IS A .
i bert home. SALE 'OF THRIFT STAMPS FOR
The young peopb made merry with COSTLY PRACTICEBy
| ,Society, Notes $ games and amusements followed, by FIRST
"proms." At the conclusion of the ( 1.. R. IIIGIIFILL) FIFTEEN DAYS IN JUNE ;,
sixth number they were ushered into -
In going about the state,
representatives
the dining where
room delicious
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.(Mrs. E." E. Well., Editor.) salad course was served, followed by of the Department of Agriculture Sales for; the first: fifteen days inposed of, according to a statement 1s-
y Neapolitan cream and wafers. has reported a too ,frequent June show' total of post office sales sued from the State Director's office..
Request b made to all patrons of tfcs Valley Gazette to tend item The room was. very attractively decorated occurrence of cases of. farmers who $1,271,786.45, while the bank sales up Following are the figures of sales. ,
in a pink and color are stripping their corn, for forage, to June 12th amount to $103,621.27jfor the first fifteen days of June and V
a *f Society Events to the Editor: for publication in .these colnnu.i scheme and strewn about green the table before the corn has matured. There making a grand total of $l,375.409.7al the total sales up to that date,
were pink roses. These were found seems to be a rather prevailing opinion worth of War Savings Stamps disiincludmg bank sales up to June -IZtlht ;
1a' 9 to hold a surprise for when! tho"'were that' by waiting until the corn is Sales of P.O. Total Sales Bank Sales A
OOOOOO'OOOO'.O'O OOOO O" OO' OOOOOO O'OtO O. crushed t'ley contained a quantity of partially matured that no harm will County to of P. O. to June 12 Grand Total
result from stripping the stalks of Alachua '..... . $2,11,47 $41,956.65 -
ganizations and their officers as fol. confetti, Which was showered ?- -- 1,314.00 43270.65
SING'ELTA HARRIS lows: .. the honor guect. upon their leaves, and using this for rough Baker _;.-_ _'__.:!._?. 739.14 1,916.92 ..__.... 1.916.92
a Presbyterian ,Ladies' Aid Society, :The guests includ"<-d, Misses Lillian age. Experiments have been conducted Bay. .... ._,. ....., 1,038.04 1,828.04 ___ .___ 9S28.04 : ;i
5 Though a very quiet affair, it was Mrs.:J. W. Miller. .. Harris, Dorothy Wells, Jeanette Pre. many times to determine the Bradford .......__- 130.00 2,275.14 582.06 ,4 2,857.20 ';
a pretty' and impressive wedding Methodist Woman's Missionary vatt, Adah C. Wagner Ella Mae Gilbert advisability of this practice, and so Brevard ....: ....... 2,466.56 22,712.16 ._."_", 22712.16
celebrated Monday morning at half Society, South, Mrs. II. N. Bratton.M. 'Alpha Westfall; Clara and Ma far none have proved that it is a meritorious Broward .... ....... 397.00( 4,740.35 __?..-:. 4,740.35 .;,
past eight o'clock at the home of Mr. E. Young People's M S., Mrs. bel' Ploetz; Messrs. Walter Bass, practice, while in practically I Calhoun ....:::- .-_. 215.28 1,688.39 ....--....... 1688.39 ....
Mrs. S. V. Harris when their .. -very case: the tests demonstrated Citrus .... 517.45 3,255.79 __. I
and A. W. .Bailey. Frances Bridges, Prator Gilbert, Joe ? ?- --- --_. /n 3.256.79 :
daughter .Miss Beth, was married to First Baptist Woman's Missionary Prevatt, Wiliam Powers, Sheldon clearly that it resulted in a loss of Clay __..__ -__. __ 348.56 1885.61 :____.__.. 1885.61 .J. .I.
Mr. J. K. Singeltary or' Kissirmmee, Union, Mrs J. A. Barclay.. Johnson and Olin Sibert. II from ten to fifteen' per cent in the' Columbia .... .?-,. 1,709.06 21385.02 --..----. 21,385.02 ,i
J. H. Patterson.of the Presbyterian yield of corn. Dade ....., _,. ,.., 5,207.55 68108.76 ,
the Rev. '''Baptist Ladies' Aid, Mrs. Elizabeth w. a.! a.iONE !. ,i 11,110.28 79219.04 ,;
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, church officiating, with the Waring. : ; Onlv & foul saw Atm" tha? vtrritor DeSoto ____ _..____.. 1.81041 14.588.42 9.filtft. ring service. Christian Ladies' Aid, Mrs. T. ,M. OF UNION CENTER'S listened to tile results of. an experiment Duval ___ .._.._ .:_18541.77; 215825.31;, 30,975.56; : 246.800.77: : "'
?i The bride wore a going-away tailored Rivers. i GIRLS WEDS I of this kind conducted 'in Ala- Escambla ."_: .-___,,14,182.82 80,452,67 1, 45.50 81,598.17 I
suit of soft wool, in a sand shade, C. W. B. M., Mrs. S. B. Aultman. I chua county. by. G. L. Herrington, Flagler .____ ._._.. ____.._ ..___ ___..__.. ________
e and the vows were\ pledged in the Episcopal Guild, Mrs. W. J. S. Carr. A quiet wedding was solemnized State Boys Club agent, and the county Franklin --a.:. _._". 391.51 211.96( _hh 2fUl.96
pretty porch room decorated with asparagus -*. Kissimmee Woman's Club, Mrs. by Rev. O. B. Falls Saturday ct..the .agent of that county. They found Gadsden .___ _<-.:.__ _,, .,u_ 17960.76 3,898.38 a 21859.14
:r plumosus and real June orange .Minnie Moore-Wilson. First Baptist church' parsonage when from a test of four plats that the Hamilton __ .--E! 19 4,032.29 11.12 4043.40
blooms from the Harris grove. Eastern Star, Mrs. Roma Thomas. Miss Bessie Lawson became the brideof yield was reduced approximately 15 .Hernando u _____. 469.93 2,126.35 uu....__ 2,126.35
Though it had been known for some Daughters of Rebecca, Mrs. Mc- James' E. Nash of Okeechobee City. per cent. This experiment gave substantially HUisborough u__ ..17,127.00 23:1,192.81: 10,562.60 243155.41'
week that the wedding might be I Coskay. Mr.' and Mrs. Nash left Immediatelyon the same results that have Holmes ---. __._u 1,577.29 4545.84 .-__.:..... 4545.84
toon, the exact date had not been announced -> Pythian Sisters, Mrs. Jim Griffin. 'their honeymoon for Tampa'and been reported from a number of Jackson __u__ ._h 1,217.99 9,744,01 ..__..__.. 9,744.01,
and the friends of the popular Royal Neighbors, Mrs. E. E. Wells. other points before taking up their sources It is doubtful if it !has ever Jefferson __ "' __. _. 413.14 4.128.53 1,828.00 5,956.53
- couple were surprised Monday to TohopekaliRa Woodman Circle, residence at Okeechobee City. paid to strip a field of corn that would LaFayette -_.. ____ 177.14 1,493.66 _".."n 1,493.66
learn of the affair; after the happy Mrs. J .J. Woodall. Mrs. Nash is the charming daugh yield as much as fifteen bushels per Lake -..---- --...:__ 4,798.54 16695.25 1,500.00 18,195.25
a pair Were well on their way to .their Ladies of the G. A. R., Mrs...Sou- ter of. Mr. and Mrs. G. B, Lawson of1.,. acre, when the value of the stover Lee __un _______ 1,275.71 11,859.81. .___..._.. 11,859.81 .ik-
future home in Kissimmee.Mr. Union Center, where she. (has been thus secured was weighed against the Leon u_-__ _?..___ 915.75 tJ.291.04. .._u_:__ 11,291.04 "
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Singeltary came down Saturday ders.U.. D. C., Mrs. James Caldwell. socially prominent. She has been one t loss in yield of corn resulting, plus Levy -'----- --.--- 534.56 4.171.58. 89 .00 5,070.68 \i
in his car, and was accompanied, County Agent, Miss Albina Smith. of Osceola'g most efficient. teachers the cost of labor .in carrying: on the LibertV' -___-_ .._.,. ___._...._ 849.25. ________ 849.25 'IA'
r by his two pretty little daughters, Liberty. Bond Com.,' Mrs. J. Wes for some time and has lust completed operation, It is estimated that several Madison __..-_ ._.. 919.74. 5377.41 o..______ 6.377.41
:Marian'and Josephine! and their ley Brown. I a successful term at Whittier. thousands of bushels of corn will Manatee ._u ____._ 936.01 10,125.86 7,719.11 17,845.03 Ill
Bunt Miss Ruth Butler, these being Red Cross, Mrs. B. B. Simpson.MothersVTeachers" I 1 Mr. Nash ,is one of Okeechobee's be lost by stripping this year unless Jllarlon ----__ '-0:'_ 3,95)0( ) 36,155.48 u-' 36,155.48 .
the only guests at the wedding. Olub, Mrs. J. ; well known citizens, where he is .a the practice is stopped.A Monroe -___- '?_c: 1,022.i1 15,915.66 6,661.00 \ 22,576.66 ;M"JP't .
Both Mr and Mrs. Singeltary. are E. Lupfer.Oskito I{ building contractor. brief review of the functions of Nassau ------ Uu 943.28 7,774.99 10.82:' 7,905.81
popular in Bradentown. Mrs. Singel Camp Fire Girls, Mrs. Howard fThe bride has great many friends the leaves of the plant will indicate Okaloosa _.-_u ___ 735.65 2,214.49 ..__.___ -' t
tary is a Bradentown girl and has, Katz, guardian;, Miss Katherine in Kissimmee who extend to the' their value when left on the stalk* until Okeechobee _____ __ __-_____ __..._._ ..__._.__ _2,214.49_..____ {' ',
. :for'several years, been a much loved I Carr president. "newly weds" best wishes for a pros the corn has fully matured. Figuratively Orange ------ ... ._ 3,169.32 45,866.41 2,813.91 48.680.38''' :
kindergarten teacher and worker with Fulechee Camp Fire Girls, 'Mrs. J. perous and !happy married life. speaking, the leaves are the Osceola ---- ____ __ 1,231.34 20,836.91 \-.___.._ 20,836.91 1
r the little tots in the Sunday school. J. McCrame, guardian Miss Dorothy W.II. n stomach of the corn plant. It is'.in Palm Beach .----_. 2019.40 40,417,20 1,699.00
42,170.20
,:Mr... Singeltary was a resident of Wells, president. ; them that' the principal function of Pasco u____ ---__-: 1.0.41.01 9,213.10 ___.__'h 9,213.10, i
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Uradentown for several years, prominent Girl Scouts, Mrs. Milton Pledger. CLASS 1916 ENTERTAINED t I : digestion of the crude plant food Pinellas __u"o.' 2,639.60 80,152.54 J5,795.10 85,947.64
in b.I.ulneu'circles' : and a tnem- Patriotic League, Misses Inez Carson takes place. Plants, similar to animals Polk _._..u -__...__ 4337.48 47,535.48 "779.72 i.
i ber of the city council. Helen Bass. Class of 1916 of the Osceola high must have their food properly Putnam _:--,_ ___. '2083.42 14144.25 ...._.._.::, 48315.20 14,144.25
The best wishes of a large circle of Junior C, W. B. M., Mrs. W. H. school and a few friends enjoyed a digested before they can assimilate it. St. Johns ...o.u _.- 2,428.92 21,038.79 2,863.00 .1
:friends go with them to their new Coleman. very plen ant clrss warty Thursday It is therefore reasonable' that if this St. Lucie :-__u -_. 960.53 14,130.21 __ : __ 23,901:79:
homeBradentown Journal. Hart Memorial Corporation, Miss night of !rat week with Miss Mattie important organ of the plant is removed Santa Rosa __.?.ou 599.11 2,664.34 u.960.28'' 14,130.27 I
..I.. w:e. a.r Elizabeth Donegan. Belle Harris, hostess, nt her home in before the maturity- of the Seminole -,-___.__" 589.06 9,322.83 ...__ ... 3624.62
+ W. C. T. U., Mrs. M. A. Clark. Cape, Breeze addition. most important part of the plant, Sumter ______ ___,_ 1,439.85 5,124.34. __.....n.___ 9,322.83
6,124.34
K LLER.VILLI-'G.:- .1. "The program for the afternoon had 1 The event was in' the nature of a 'viz.: the ear, the latter will. suffer in Sewannee' ____ o._, 2,804.33 13,549.00 h____.._ v 13,549.00 :
R porch party, with no formal consequence. Taylor---.. ..., .___ 401.30
for its central thought "Russia, and program 5,308.47 ___..._.._
Friends of Miss Mollie Keller.arein the It is k well known fact that the 5,308.47
Mrs. A. A. Wemple a interesting guests chatting informally in Volusia ____. .___ 3,912.22 42,740.41 6,761.46 g
receipt of the following invitations talk followed gave by very a resume happy reminiscences. Refreshments whole object of the life of a plant is Wakulla ---___ ._._ -___...; 1,140.62 ____.___ 49,501.87 .,
map !
I to her approaching wedding: Russia's concluded the evening when ice to reproduce itself. In other words, Walton ___ 191.14 5,804.36 1,140.62
of history by Miss --- -- __
"Mr. and Mrs. Philip Keller request to make seed. it Washin.ton 5,804.36 't..
cream with macaroons and cakes Had' been the plan .; 897.04 .
Aultman. Mrs. Media and several -- --- ------
the honor of at the c.,118.79 3,115.83 .
your presence were served Misses Bearden''and of, nature to mature the ear before
marriage of their daughter Mollie to others read articles on the subject the leaves would
and Rose assisted in s.ivinf. matured we sep I17,143.79$1,271,786.45103,63.27
and the
meeting adjourned only when
Me. John Andrew Villing, Wednesdaymorning the six o'clock whistle sounded. "I' Enjoying the evening were! Ml"- ripened ears of corn on' green stalks. Hn _____ uu H.375.409.72_ 4
June twenty-sixth, nineteen sea Orpha Katfhleen Beiy'en, As a matter of fact the ear is the last r.,
hundred and eighteen at tore France will be the topic for next Rosel tion as the concentrated feed, and daily gains '
fielen is
Ethel G':& Bass, Celeste part of the stalk to mature. inveriably greater ,
a4. 1-
hour of eight-thirty, St.. Boniface Tuesday's meeting.W. In where the I Is bas been made to take the'place of t
.. 8. Moseley; Lillian Prentis, Grrce Winn, cases corn crop so a the cost of producing a pound of gaiS,
church, Cincinnati, Ohio. Eleanor. Mosley, Manie Witherspoon poor as to make it unprofitable large amount of the 'latter; is lessened. t
A Miss Keller is a well known winter AUCTION BRIDGE CLUB t tMi.s Messrs. Nelson Makinson and Walter allow the corn to mature, it would be I The feeding of silage came into The heaviest daily gains are usual,
resident here, having spent several Bass. better to harvest the entire stalk and general practice with the advent of ly made at the beginning of the feed., E
seasons in Kissimmee with Mr. and Mildred Turville charmingly w. .. a.PATRIOTIC !.'___ 'shock or store it away. In this way expensive grain and is becoming ing period, and silage can then be

Mrs. C. N. Paver at their Mabkette very the stalk blades and used for I more
entertained the Auction.Bridge 4. .5I ears are popular each year. With the used in large quantities with a small
street home. w. .s!.' ..-, .-. -i club at, the home of. Mr; and Mrs. I I : LEAGUE DRILL fodder. However, It'll only in cases hardly present prices of feedstuffs there is amount of grain, but as the feed1nl'progreases
.s Claude Harper'Tuesday afternoon ',TOMORROWThe where the yield will be exceedingly a ration used for feeding cat- the amount of silage.
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-. IMPORTANT .MEETING OF when three tables of players were low, that this practice is advised. tle which cannot be cheapened by the should be lessened and te grain in-
W..C. OF C. N. D. 1\ 'present to take part in this amuse- girls of the Patriotic League With the high price that may be anticipated use of this succulent feed. By combining I stover is so high,. the greater portion
ment. . pill meet at the city dock tomorrow for corn next winter, it is it with other' feeds the efficiency creased. Where the price of hy and
The _regular meeting of the Wom The rooms were attractively dec. afternoon at 4:30 oc\ock.\ Drill will. certainly poor economy to sacrifice of the ration is increased to of silage used in the ration the more ,
an's committee of the C. N. D held orated with spring flowers in a color "be followed by a watermelon feast. grain for rough feed. This is exactly such an extent that,the amount of the profitable is the feeding.Osceola .
at the Hart Memorial building Tues scheme of yellow. At the _close' of w. a. s. ._ _ what is done when coin is stripped -i.+.
day afternoon was opened by a.strong the game Mrs.' J. S. Cadel was award IF. IF before it matures s. 5. F
apP a.1 voiced by the chairman, Miss ed the prize, two Thrift Stamps, for If you were busy being kind. l3ack jivt ,
Elizabeth Aultman for the Before ,knew it would find up those who are offering
cooperation high score and a generous donationwas you you
of the heads of every women's made by the guests to the Red You'd soon forget to think' 'twas true their all-Buy War Savings Stamps.w. .
organization in the city, in furtheringthe Cross. Late in the afternoon a delicious That someone was unkind to you. .s. B.- -. Hardware CO.'f )r
calls of, tfhe government. Miss salad course was served Misses If you were busy being glad, I AM THE BABYI
.Aultman explained that these women Marion Porter and Amy Makinson And cheering people who are aad. am the Baby.I .
constituted the executive board of assisting the hostess. Although/our heart might ache a bit am the youngest Institution in
the committee to them is the government (Enjoying this event 'were Miss Tur forget to notice it. the World-and the oldest. ;.
looking for support from the ville, Mrs. Harper, Mrs. J. S. Cadel, If you were busy being good, The Earth is my Heritage when I Located on Kissimmee's
bodies they .represent In the War Mrs. H. C. Piano, Mrs. Gay Livin-: And doing the very best you could, come into ,leing.!: and when I go I : "
r, Savings Stamp drive, it was desired ston Mrs. E. D. Katz, Miss Any Makinson. You would not have time to blame leave it to the next Generation of BUSIEST CORNER
that a society be formed in every Mrs. Fred Gilbert, Miss Marion some man Babies. /,4 c
such organization to assist in the sale Porter Mrs. G. P. Clifford. Mrs. Emmett Who is doing just the best he cr.n. My mission is to; leave the Eartha )!
of stamps till the quota was complete. I Brown and Mrs. A. W. Bailey. If you were busy being right better place thrn I found it. 1"
That Miss Aultman said, was only w. s. s.! i You'd find yourself too bus" quite With my million little Brother and cT
cue feature of this committee's work T To criticise your neighbor long Sisters I can do this, if I the World '
and she insisted that every woman t FO R OUT OF TOWN GUESTS Because: he is busy being wrong.If does not impose too many handicaps. Line T
a who had been honored with the leading you were busy being true Now I need Pure Milk and Fresh Up an Sign Up r.r
office .of an organization, realize Miss Wiliametta Sibcrt entertaineda To what you know you ought to do, 'Air and Play.
the responsibility this entailed and numbor of her friends at !hwr homeon You would be so busy you would for When I am a little older I shall ,
be present at the weekly meetings to Sumner street' Thursday night of blunders need good Schools in which to learn .
assist in war work. last week complimentary to Frances ,The of the folk you met. the Lessons of Life. h
She then called; the roll of these or- Bridges, son of Rev. F. R. Bridges, of -Exchange.This play.I I .want, to live, ]auger: love, work_ on June 28th 1

Iiri want to Lear 'good music, read 1
good books, flee beautiful pictures.
I want to build Honres and. Roods Enlist at a war saver in the great "army then stays at home"-the 'I
and Railroads find Cities. 'I
I want to walk in the woods, bath second line of defense behind our boy in,the first(line trenches. ; ::"
in the waters nnd play in the snow

.: Teach the Children .Thrift ' row.I am Yeoterday\Todiy and Tomor The Government hat officially set Friday, June"28lh., a* .J f:\.

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If you will make my way easy now, \ ,
I will help you when I grow urI ,,, ,
'. am your hope-I AM THE BABY. National War Savings Day

.; Don't hide the in bank. 'Put them -Author Unknown. ]I
away baby's pennies a toy .' __.w.. .. a.!
'i to work. Invest in Thrift and War Savings Stamps, and watch the' George W. Wickersham, formerat- Be ready to step forward on that day and prove your patriotism. j .

torney general of the United States, You summoned p :,
investment J are on Friday. June 28th. to "sign lhe'pledg "
grow. says: '.Business as usual means -lo

':. Baby Bonds- are the beat investment for the? baby. ':,:. ; waste' as usual.;"w. s.sue.---. agree to invest& in a definite, amount of. 'War Savings 'Stamps each ,

Let your children learn what it means to have 'money out at SILAGE FOR FATTENING month during 1918. '

interest.* Teach them patriotism.. Male them feel that they, too can '. Silage stands, first in rank cattle of allroufhages ;
for finishing says
" W. S. S. Cost .
do something for their government. ; .;;F'. ,' scientific assistant In .$4.17 in June :
'I' beef cattle investigations, to the University
. "Whe n their War Savings Stamps bought from money they otherwise of Florida extension' division. Worth $5.00 Jan. 1st, 1923.

i ,,,, .y; would have wasted, come due five years from now, the little :( ",: another concentrates the era of little cheap t
corn intention B. Go
Ready to tike Limit
a :. .. ".'f' M1'.v. -Lin. Up and Sitn' Up .Jane
will C ; was given to tho roughage as oa .28*. ;
then thank their that '
; 't1 folks. grown larger, lucky star jheyhadparents ',' : :! .rs .>. it was considered merely a "Oiler" NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS '

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