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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: June 28, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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',' '. ANTI CATTLE TICK TALKS National' War Sayings Day, Friday, W. S. S. MEETINGS BEING




HEARD- BY 'LOCAL RANCHMEN . June 28th On Broadway, at 2:00, p., m.,- ; HELD OVER COUNTY TODAYAs ,



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q'd Quite a number 'of representative county where individuals are buildingvats PROGRAM Oaceola county han: answered! At St. Cloud there, will be a big'meeting.
cattlemen of this section from the
gathered to free their
property
call of the government in The Wonder City can always t
every
'Wal"inz
the Selection the Band.
at house third action by
county court; Saturday pests; by'-county saying this -war for the liberty of the be depended upon to do more
; afternoon to hear Dr. E. M. Nigh. that; several counties have fourth already "Star-Spangled.Banner." let verse., sung by the a.semblMill; world, she is laying plans for the.oV than'her duty, and Is constantly add.
taken this stand and
eradication high bya ..rvanee"of War ing ""wonders" to her record.
state-wide movement when the Myrtilla Bealt, director Savings Day today more
; peo. with conscientious attention The has been for
to arranged
1 : Blackman, president oil: the State pie.of,. Florida shall say that within invocation J. D. Sibert. . ',. ." detail recommended by the authorities every ,the G.speaking A. B hall. ; r
Live Stock Association her cattle tick be
and R. borders shall
W.
no .'
Feature "Dixie" at .- In the rural sections all day meetings 't
Sfrorrs, member.of the State Live tolerated. Community Singing- ??,?. headquarters.Practically '
? school districtin ( will be the rule. At Alligator'
Mock Sanitary Board, who are making 300-Pound S-Year-Old Steer Address by H. L.; Chapin. ,, every
the will assemble that Lake there ,will be'' basket dinner
county
tour of this of the state Dr..W. F. Blackman told of the on a ; r
a part
opportunity "Buy ( "Over' There")
"', in the interests of this the cattlemen have to sell a Stamp" tuna day when the registration of every at.Bassville a dinner with a fish frY'tot
important
!'i I conservation measure, cattle. tick good grass-fed stock for grain finishing Speeches by Junior ,four Minute Men-' -Dorsev, Lybrand. and Individual will take place and a record the special attraction; at Kjssiro-
be made of the amount of Park similar will be car.
t Christine May. -- stampseach mee plans
eradication. in northern states, when they get
( has bought and madeto ried out and Deer Park the after"
pledges at
.i ; C. A. Carson, jr., presided at the out of quarantine and raise better Speeches by Four Minute Men from local! 'committee-Col.Lewis be fulfilled by January first. noon celebration Will- be extended .to
r. : meeting and.introduced the speakers. cattle. 'A farmer from Indiana hada
;; lie Midi: "We are about to be fenced lot of corn and fodder so thoughthe O'Bryan and others \ If there 1s any oereon in the coun include an evening program. tl'

:, out as far as other counties are concerned would'try some Florida steers for Speakers of the day introduced by '; B.,V/itherspoon, local ty who has not purchased stamps nor Other districts have Dot announced. ,
ledged the purchase of them this.act the details of their The
programs, 5
these said Dr. Blackman. "He
and here toauggcst
i. men are fattening. \
chairman. DJ'W. .
is to be reported to the government following local speakers have been,
I Into
whet we should do and howl entered negotiations with a
.;. we are to-do it." cowman and finally wired to ship range at Committee on arrangements-R..M. .; C. E Yowe1l, J. E. together with the* reasons for assigned 'War Savings Day duty and

l !i Dr. Blackman was the first speaker once three carloads of three-year-old, Lupfer. and Misses Elizabeth''' Atiltman and Inez Carson. their failure to comply with this re will speak "at the points designated:
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S. .
; quest. Deer Park-A. McCay and / F..
and nine-hundred-pound steers about the
made .
a beginning ;
t happy say -
At Kissimmee the plans of the local ;
' .! ing he was looking forward with average' weight used in that country u_________ __ ______ _ __ .u committee will be carried . Bailey.Peghorn G
outa.pubUs ; W. Brown.
-
t great pleasure to January'next.when. tor'Jeedi.ng.The Florida man' wired
ed in last week's .
Gazette.At Ba..vitle-I. L.
> ; Jenkins.AshtonJ. ,
Kissimmee would entertain back 'Ca u'lot' fill but
the Florida order
: your, can
t State Live Association at nine carloads of 2 o'clock Friday afternoon Dr. M. King. .
Stock ship threeyearoldsteers
]\,> their annual meeting and he reminded weighting 300 pounds'. WOMEN ORGANIZE TO. HELPS the W. B. Witherspoon will, preside; over Narcoossee-W. F., Kenney. and O. _
held :J. .
If''' Mr. Carson df' the promise made The speaker asked the pertinent mass meeting on Broadway Tomlinson. L
.. between, Darlington and Possiet) avenues Kenansville-Chas. A. Carson, jr. ,+
invitation
when the to raise three-
t. was given assemble question, why 300-pound. .'
where a speakers' stand will be Hancock-J.. A. Minnick..
, -, members'at would Kisaimmee.be added that to 100 the new roll year-old Dr. Blackman ateersf'referred- to the federal LL WAR SAVING STAMPSThat erected and seris placed for the au- East Lake-Pat Johnston. '
dience. Cars be here Union
, 'Ctf the organization. Dr.Blackman quarantine which now placesban a may parked Cent.r--W. H. Jones.
also thoughtraffic will be restricted Park .
Center -II. C. Stanford, A. J.
\ Stated It his belief that 200 800 stock shipped from
as or on this\ section '
from this
.district while the .
! ; would likely join u the'result of Mr.Carson's I and said no one should be satisfied -, 'apeak.inR' MacDonoug-h.
and Pat Johnston's till this removed the erad Is taking place. H. L. Chapin Shingle Creek-Milton Pledger.
I I was by
f ". Dr. Blackman poke of the efforts.j trip. ication of the cause, and the, cattle patriotism is fairly effervescing and come to' the drill unprepared. ; win be the principal. speaker1'; the Campbell-.J. L. Overstreet.
. in Osceola county was shown Whe n number of the ladies were afternoon; Clarks-C. L. Bandy ,
, through this county and the condition from Osceola's ranches be sold on any 4
td the cattle '''that grazed'on the I I market and for what they are worth this week when a mass meeting of interviewed personally on the subject The Kissimmee/ band will be on Kissimmee .Park-J. S. Cadet], W.
1 Wo. of the,movement, hand to add to the enthusiasm. Dr. J. .
britches Kissimmee women organized a they remarked "We Steed. _
, ;. of prairies; of the ticks that, lie suggested that cattle men get together '
. are sucking the life blood of on the question and when the man's Home Guard. This was not are just simply crazy about the drill Witherspoon will be ... circulate Junior Four-Minute speakers will
very '
; 3 the cattle business as well as the:I practical time came that the county with any thought, however of shouldering and tHat 'will make the, War Savings corps of workers who will be assigned: ,'
the musket to defend their Society work easy. Supporting war through the 'crowd, And secure, the East Lake-Vivian Floyd.
cattle, and'suggested there were fourmethods 'I vote in favor of eradication by an
q i' of handling the situation: I overwhelming majority. firesides, as the Osceola County measures is only. what we should do record of the Lumber of 'stamps already Union Center--Lucy Lupfer.

t First by ignoring the ticks and I I. He closed by stating that it was Guards are well prepared to do that, anyway." purchased by each individuaf Center Park-Janet Graves.
i l'3' ing them to' continue their allOw'j I his opinion there were able financial fcut in recognition of the right of the The i ladies are anticipating a, lot and ,of the amount they will pledge Shingle Creek-Margaret Lasleft
iI ;1 tions; second; by mitigating ? government to the organized supportof ; of sport from their home guard com This informatioa is of great: importance Campbell-Velma Hudson
condi"l
I t' the American women for' civil service pany and some very beneficial exercise ,to the 'government. Basivllle--Eva Tucker.
); bone! .as_.!is _being_done_._ in_'__Osceola_ ,,______(Continued_: on_ ..page'_ _4) _u u..i in carrying out every war meas but the inspiration of the movement . . -----------------.-------------. --____________
-i. ,the underlying principle of
ure.The call for the organisation was patriotism which blossoms in the GRIGGS
I DONTPPECT CHILDREN issued by Mrs. E. E.' Wells,, memberof heart of every true. American. manor CHM. SAYS WOMAN
the local' publicity committee, W. woman.Roster
S. S. drive, and was answered with of the. Company.

l enthusiasm who assembled' by at twenty-five the Hart Memorial women President Sponsor--Miss of War Lavinia Savings Wenner.Society+ MILITARY IS GOOD
TODO ALL THE WORKI CO IDEA
[ i W.S.S. building Monday evening!? 'to perfect Miss Maude Alice Wagner. ,

the plans for this noved ,organization Secretary W. Si S-Mrs. E.EX Wells.

.. ? Captain-Misa Marion Porter.
: '. The primary'aim of the guards (is First; Lieutenant-Mrs. L. Ingram.. -

I'I Owing no doubt to the good work II War Savings- Stamps are for ev patriotic service and its first activitywill Second, Lieutenant-Miss Helen Saw. So pleased'wa.. D.. G. Wagner ganizatlon started .. a result of a'
.Cf those hustling,"keen young boys erybody. No one, be he 'a millionaireor be co-operation in the War;.Sav. ,yer.-._ county chairman, for the -W. .S. S. suggestion on the part of-some of the' '
land girls who have so generously be he the humblest laborer, can ings Stamp drive. .In fact every Second Lieutenant-Mr!., V..,R. Ellis. when the newly organized Woman's members of the' Methodist, church
member of the guard must pledge: Home' Guard volunteered for service choir and was taken by Mrs. E. E.
. Siren of their time and their pennies say truthfully that he is not interested up
I t' tcWiha thrift campaign,.the impression in W. S .S. and the. saving program herself to the purchaseof Thrift Charter Members in the W. S.- S. drive more than a Wells, one of'' the Valley 'Gazette's
bs been created in the minds of that they stand'for. Stamps to the Amount of $10 before Mrs. S. B. Aultmen, Mrs. C, Buck hundred strong, that-he not only accepted staff and who is also a member of my'

,t -many that War Savings ,Stamps are There are. indeed, few men and January bt, before enrolling ,her. les, Mrs. T. M. Rivers, Mrs. L. R. their offer and their pledge of county publicity committee.' ,The s
for children only,. women in the land unable to save name on the company's roster. Farmer, Mrs. A Rose, Miss Orpha $1000( worth of War Savings Stamp., proposition' Is being received. with'' a-
f Let u* stop to consider the matter and' economize more than they do In order to carry on the drive Rose. Mrs. V.. R.. Ellis Mrs. T. W. which was the first official act of the great' deal of enthusiasm'by the ladies .
for a moment. now. If they want to be listed among through official channels a societywas Ellis. Miss Ruby Ellis, Mrs. A. M. organization, but he;informed Director of Kissimmee and will'no doubt. .
s The congress authorized an issue the patriotic people of the land they organized to be officially knownas Sawyer. Mrs R. M. Evans, Mrs. John Griggs of Jacksonville of their prove to be a access. < '
x of 92,000,000,000 W. S. S. to be sold must save and economize more than the Kissimmee Woman Home Bronson, Miss Elon Guice, Mrs. Lane patriotic fiction In the following let 'Yours very.truly; 'f '
/ .: In 1918. The purpose of the stamps they do now. The winning of the war Guard W. S. S. Society and Miss Paulk Miss Ada C. Wagner, Miss. term D. G. WAGNER. r'
was twofold: (1)) To get money for with the least possible sacrifice demands Maude Alice Wagner woe named as Cecelia Overstreet, Miss Nina Brat- Kisslmme, Fla., June 25, 1018. Chairman Osceola Cot WS.8. CeaC;:
'.government for war needs; '(2)) this for there are not enough its president, 'with Mrs. E. E. Wells, ton, Miss Ethel .Roberson Miss Dixie Hon. J. F. C. Griggs, State Director, 'Hon.. J. F. C.,, Griggs heartily approved -
to instill the Labit of. thrift in the labor' and materials for the govern secretary. A whirlwind campaign White, Mrs. Henry Lightsey, Miss Jacksonville, Fia. of the plan adopted by the
.:American people and bJ' the practice' ment's war needs and for. the use of was begun in an effort to go over the Alberta Hopson, Miss Ella Mae Gil. Dear Sir: ladies 'of Kissimmee and expressed j
am pleased to advise you' that ata it as his belief that the organized
the government. i those useless expenditures. All first act of the would-be home defenders Mildred Turville, Miss Mattie Belle meeting of- the Kissimmee women woman power would'be effective. .in
Can -'We expect the children, splendid of us have them., Remember that our and before twenty-four hours Harris, Miss Ruby.Will{dden, Mrs. J. last night: the organization of a the campaign He said: i
workers that they are, to account I boys in the army and navy do not expect had elapsed the pledge. was made S. Cadel Mrs. C. F. Burrows, ,Miss: Woman .Military Company was effected Jacksonville FLw June 26, 1918
\ for $2,000,000,000 of stamps T luxuries and do not grumble even bliss Elizabeth Aultman Mrs.'Henry Anlt- and as an auxiliary of this or. Mr. D. G. Wagner; County Chairman,.
t Do we consider- that the children if they do not get all. the comforts 'Lavinia Wenner was made man. Miss Inn Carson, Miss, Dorthy ganlzation a War Savings Society KUsimmeey. '
alone of all our population need to be that they are supposed to get. sponsor for the new company and an Wells Mrs. D. G. Wagner, Mrs. E. A. was organized also, this W. S. S. so Dear Sir:. .
inculcated,with the thrift.idea T .Are On or before June 28 show the children assistant -will be named later. Lancaster, Mis Marian Sargent,''Mrs. dety' pledges to purchase"$1000.00 Replying to your letter of June
they the'only. spendthrifts I that you, too, are enlisted in the selecting' officers to lead the Emma Hartnett,Mrs. E.*1.., D.,Over. worth of War Savings Stamps between 25th. I think the organization of the I
not War Savings Army. guards in their military activities Miss !street, .Miss Lucy Witherspoon, Mrs. now and January 1st. Please Woman' Military company as an adjunct
t'Certainly< !! ._._____ ______ ____ -- .. Marian Porter was chosen captain with B. M. Hall, Miss Claire Hathaway, send me by first mail 600 applications to your War Savings campaign
Mrs L. H. Ingram, first lieutenant; Mrs. Nellie, Rogero, Mrs. N. C., Bryan membership in War Savings So. is a splendid idea and 1 ,hope it will
Miss Helen Sawyer and Mrs. Verner Mrs. J. .Burckhalter., Mrs. W. cieties,. 50' applications for,.orga'niza-' be productive of much good, not only
HEARD AND FOUR OTHERS Ellis, second lieutenants., The noncommissioned H, Arnold, Mrs. J. R. Gilbert, Mrs.A. .. tions and 50 reports of organizations. for..yours campaign up to JSme "28th
officers will be appointed W. Bailey Mrs. W. B. Makinson, The above referred to Woman's but also for: the follow-up,work that.
purely on their merits, as' the drill Miss Medora Russell,. Mrs. H. R. May, 'Society now has,an enrollment of may be ) : after the 28th.
'
continues. Mrs. H. Ci Stanford, Mrs. W.-H. Morrow about fifty name. and ,will probably Yours very truly, _
0(> Attorney W. '3. Steed.first fieuten- Miss Grace, Winn, Miss' Gus.le reach one hundred and fifty betweennow j. F, c. GRIGGS;
f : INDICTED FOR BANK FAILURE ant of the Osceola County Home Winn. Mrs Sam ,Luofer.' Miss Mary and Saturday. night. This, or- State.,. Director W.S.s. Campaign.
Guards, bas consented to drill the la Dixon, -Mrs. Reeves, Miss Eleanor .
dies' company in recognition of their I Kenton Mrs. Roma Thomas, Miss

patriotic service and the first drill Rhea. Pherigo,. Mrs. R. B. Savage, ,OOifl'OUNTYiEoF'MEN '
Jacksonville, Fla.; June 25.-Following -> the Mason .hotel1; J.,B. Barton, an of.ficerrof will take' place at 8 o'clock Saturday Miss Lenore Fortner, Miss Lillian
t' indictment. returned bY. the the defunct Live Oak Nation. night. Monday and Saturday nights Harris, Mrs. H. W. BoICe! Miss Fran
; grand jury last night, United States al bank, and J. H. Mulholland, now will be. :regular drill nights. ces! Bay, Miss Grace Gilbert, Mrs. J.
o- Marshal Boswell caused the arrest of associated with the United i States There will be"" no age limit or. essential Wade Tucker, Mrs. 'RoeS Graves,
five prominent Floridians i In connection Shipping Board offices here. The qualification 'membership Mrs.'A. S. Gilbert, Mrs;'J. D. Wood.
Ii. with the recent failure of the last three are charged with; aiding in the guards other than patriotismand beck. Mrs: Grace Bryan Mn.'J.' A. MORE TO THE' CAMPSA

,r Heard National Bank of this city. and abetting in the making of the this will be established by per. Barclay Mrs. J. Earle Lupfer,. Mrs. i .,' .
Those arrested include J. J.' Heard, alleged misapplication of funds. forming their civil duty to the gov- G. W. Persons, Mrs. B. C. Elam, Mrs.
t'president oft' the defunct bank indicted United States District Attorney ernment which for .the present will W. B. Crawford Miss Myrtilla, F.Beats. T
f;;. on. 43 counts covering 130 type.. Herbert S.-Phillips' fixed the bond of be buying Thrift!' Stamps and no soldier Miss Jessie Carver, Mrs. Marion crowd of oectatonr gathered kaiser," etc., came all 'a10ng.the line.

: ,written page. alleging misapplicationof each at;' $2,500, pending arraignment. ,'will be eligible to privilege of Car.on..Mrs.!'Sam:Gardner, Mrs.C. .the afternoon to The Osceola county lads leaving on
depot-Thursday give
t funds;'J. M.: Bell, cashier, indicted The Heard National Bank, wi.,. it drill without first having bought or L. Hyatt, Miss Jean Caldwell,'Mrs.. this train are bound for Camp Jackson ..*
.
\4; on two counts alleging the making failed early in 1917, was considered secured the sale of the week's allowance N. B. Carson' Mrs T. M., Murphy, I the "Good Luck" to"'the boys of, Os dear Columbia, S. C., Their
of false entries and report to comptroller one of the largest financial institutions of stamps. "' Mrs. Clay Johnson,1 Mrs. P. C.. Butt- I ceola county o who were entraining for names are as follows: "

; George H. Mason .manager of in Florida. The stamps will'b'bought through orff, Mrs. Fred S. Gilbert Mrs. J. K. I the training camps, and r rutomobiles Walter I...Barclay, Grover H/Heit-.
.MOWXXX'Xa'l"' ''**V
", B.S. M.ABEL.OUAM STEVENS tWo, CITIZENS RECEIVED and Miss Wenner; sponsor for the ry Dale, Mrs Smith. Mrs. '.1'. The. troop train pulled in some ten Jeffers. Henry Cooper Johns.. Lacy E. '%.
guards will'be present at the drills D. Jeffords Sarah Prevatt MM.C. '
minutes after the regular passenger.At Johnson, Walter Sylvester, rthur O.
: DELIVERS SPLENDID ADDRESSMrs. BURNS IN ACCIDENT SAT. with a supply of stamps to' provide W Griffin, Mrs. D. W. Alderman, almost every car window of that Crosby, Dosler Smith, William Gold-

against the disappointment of any I Mrs. M\ .- D. AlexAnder .Mrs. O. B. long' train was a smiling boy's face: Mon Bryant Yates, Barney Story. .
Mabel Ouam Stevens'deliver.ed A curious accident that wo.ldn"tliappen "foolish virgin" who might neglect Falls. ." and' a fluttering fcandkerdiief. As Four' colored 'men were 'entrained i:
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la addrer'Sunday after. twice In a life time occurred --------- ------ '
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halt
the slowed down for a ; for N.
Camp Rightsville J-
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7ioen-at the Grnvstone Ther.ter to an' .Saturday morning when the genera. engine andr WaYker
:...!I:'1 enthusiastic, audience. .Ministers of tor of the steam presser in Snyd- the bound for France, Thursday were' lIiuhel ;
the churches of the"city \VeTO'nested er's pressing club' ignited filling the KISSIMMEE' DAIRY COWS TO "Is "this where brig something to Stanley henry, Henry ,Washlngte
f rV on the stage and took part 'in the room with a sheet' of flame This eat, and. _"Well l_ _. you. _back_the I Whitted and. Ruben Green:
'..rvices, D*. W- B.. Witherspoon. introducing spread to a pan of gasoline that had -- y
the speaker. been on a table near by. Rodney NORMA, TALMADGE IN OUTLOOK SEEMS GOOD FOR' *
; While Mrs, Stevens'' talk was In Snyder, in an effort to extinguishthe ''-BY RIGHT OF PURCHASE" ?
SAYS
X the interest of temperance- she 'fire, caught up the pan'and threw BE GIVEN TUBERCULIN TEST FLORIDA. MORRET

fr a magfniftcient tribute to Old Gory the/contents -of the blazing gasoline Norma '''Talmadge follows. her -
and a strong feeling of patriotismwas out of th. door- just as Johnnie j smashing success in "Ghosts of ,Yesterday" E. B. Morrey Klbbe formerly representative
.noticed throughout the address. Schmidt was running in to help. For T..--- with' her' artistic portrayalof ef M. G. &: Co., at this' '
place, but who moved his office to
The;apeak.r I was very interesting an instant Mr. Smidt was a human All &e cows in Kiaslmmee used for Icy of the city that the public health Margot Hughes,' the butterfly society Orlando last spring, writes the Ga-,
art entertaining a. abe told of the torch and.was fortunate to1 "
,
escape'with dairy purposes where any milk product .be safeguarded and that the tuber :girt in "By Right of Purchase cette from Apopka as follows: "'0.-
r ,part -women were playing in dealing no' more serious injury than a is sold must be tested for tuber cufin' test be who contracts a loveless marriage for-
applied. the
to taken
tag war having practlcaily ,
v thV-'deatb bloW' to the liquor traffic badly burned, arm and' ankle. Mr. ,eulOllIa, eo says the city council. The council fcks the foil 'co-opera' money. Her husband does not press all of the Kibbe Co. into the service ..
and she urged.their continued activity : Snyder also carries a bandaged arm This I) test will be administered on ,tion of the in this matter and his ownership "by right of purchase"but
people I have had to take over at tke
till Florida went "dry. as result of the fire Vat the blue
a and 'of' week the restrain his love for her and she
.. Monday Tuesday text state wi" ..nd an approved man Florida business and conditions) have, ,
Mrs. Stevens spoke under the' aus> was extinguished, before any .damage when the State Cive, Stock ,Sanitary here. to do the.work.'. thinks it' is lost forever; bat they made it 1 for me to remove''
'pieae of.the W. C. Ti U; and'so;convincing wa.done thebnildingj; need
/ Board will end a'"competent man toKIseimmee. w. .... meet In France'whither each has
offles) for coavenienoe. --' '
place
her talk that anumber ...... .' ;ray 'f
wasJoined'tb r w. a a.
y Jt Is: estimated that Prof. r R. ,M. Evans left Monday' gone unknown; to the other, to serve ., I have just returned from a
of ladles .organisation. at TO. THE (MAYOR. early fifty cows''arc kept in Kissim morning for Tallahassee, where ..I' in the greatvcauae..There'they discover trip threngU 'the, North off busineesV
"the cpndnslo..: of the meeting.War'Savings _r. mee dairies and by individuals who goes aa -member of the school commission ,their' true love! Shown at-'the aad. the outlook good for Floe
seems
'i :'fIJ.'..!. 'j' \ *I am' 1I'II11e'd.'J.n: -'youJielp'at sett milkerrmilk'-jproducts.: : ..to '.and will spend the next few Qraystone. Casino Friday nlgihUi .. .
> Sempsarn the once. Please send"help:at. <. ce, I the preeeat time there has) been-JM.restriction weeks.fat the work'of arranging,the k W-as": ; ...r.- .-....... ,V -" "" .. ,.

R! :reach of everyone "'+"conscientiously. will be at tbe.CaalnotheaUr tonlgijt."Bhe . .to t.U -business, but, It. toin .grade.aehe41 e',tor the public, schools. Business aaosoal .now. may mean-- Unusual busiaees' now, means' rrsumption
':: 'wmate to 'save," > Woman !a-th.-web.: ? ... keeping wait, of. F1 ricl..*- ---* -K no. business Jater*r "' ., business far usual latetv.
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OSCEOLA CLUB BOY


NAPOLEON said TO GO TO UNIVERSITY Calomel. Users! Listen. To Me! -, "'"



."An *army MOT tile Mm travels way. Improperly on its fed stomach"Crop crop like an im- Some Pig: or Corn Club boy in Os- the Short Course better ,than ever 'I 1 Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone '

win ceola county is going to get a free before. c
properly fed army are sure to fail. Help your crops by furnishingthem trip to the Boy's Short Course In Agriculture , The importance of the Boy's Club,
with an abundance of effective plant food in the right propor- at the University of Flori-- work throughout the United States ,[Your Druggist; gives back your money', if it doesnMi r ;'
lions and incidentally help win the war.' da next winter. This is the announce. has become recognigod< and, by the
Good farmers should choose their plant foods with as much care ment made a few days ago by Mr. J. leading agricultural officials- and I liven, your liver and: bowels and straighten K ,

as the great generals use in selecting the right kind of food for their E.Florida Ingraham East Coast industrial Railway.agent' In of pure the', 8th writers issue of of the the country.Country In Gentlemen the June; (you up.without making you sic1] ., :

,soldiers. Your crops must help America feed the world. Our boysat suance with the policy of this rail : will be found a magniflcient exposition I II
the front and in the training camps as well as our Allies and the road to develop the agricultural possibilities -''I of this great work under the title .rr. III T I
millions of non-combatants need every pound of food which you can in that section of the State '"Growing Citizens on' Corn There's no reason why a person'hould Is mercury and attacks your bones. ,
win this through ,which this rood masses, Mr. Stalks.". take sickening, salivating cal- Take a dose of nasty calomel today
k, raise. In doing your share to help America' war give your Inghram has announced that the East In this article the I.utbor'apeaka omel when ,a few cents buys a large and you-.will feel weak, sick and ,
crops the benefit of the best fertilizers. Coast Railway will pay all expenses of' the establishment of two packing bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone- nauseated tomorrow. Don.t lose a 1 l

of the champion Club boy of each houses in Florida and from one to perfect substitute for calomel. day's work. Take a spoonful of '
Frank Coe's' touched this road. two inother Southern States, and i
E. .Fertilizers county by It is a1' pleasant, vegetable liquid DOdson's Liver Tone instead and
The Boy's Short.Course in Agriculture states that the establishment of these A 1
(Reg. U. S. Pat. Off.) was instituted at the University packing houses w ' three years ago. ,.In 1915 only the great drives that have been madein surely as calomel but it doesn't more biliousness! constipation slujr.cUhnesa

1'857 The business Farmers' Standard for over 60 years 1918E. nine boys attended.,In'1916 this number the Boy's Pig Club work. County Children sick and can not salivate. headache coated tongue or
was increased to seventy-three. after county may be named through and frown folks can take sour stomach. Your drujreist! SAYS if
Frank.Coe Fertilizers will, supply the right kinds of plant food In last year,112 boys attended the out the southern states', and as for Dodaon's' Liver Tone, because it is you don't find Dodson's, Liver Ton
Short Course.' This increase in that matter all the Union thata better than horrible calomel .
In correct proportions to increas your crops and improve their quality. rapid ; over perfectly harmless. acts 4
1 We have special brands for corn potatoes, grains and all the r' the, number, of boys who are going few years ago did not have within Calomel io a. dangerous drug. It your money is waiting for you. n
every year to the University for a their boundries a registered or a purebred J
S important crops raised in your section. If you are interested in securing week of study Is a splendid tribute swine. Today as a result of the

\ "a greater yield from every field," tell us the crops which you .to the work that is being done among Pig Club movement there will not,be FINAL EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF OWNERS OF LARGE TRACTS

expect to raise and we will send you without charge one of our'special '" the boys of the state. : found a county in which cannot be LANDS ;.
ENCLOSE THEIR
CANDIDATES IN LATE PRIMARY WILL
{armen/and Mr. G. L. Herrington State Boy'sClub found from five to one .hundred and
books written practical
books. These by
crop are Agent, who was in Kissimmeelast fifty boys raising1 pure bred pigs.'
contain many helpful suggestions.KISSIMMEE. week in conference with. Mr.L.R. i Some of the Southern counties, that According to the records of the sec The owners of large tracts of land
Hig-hftll, District Boy's Club got their start in raising mire bred state, the following; is a in this and neighboring counties are
WAREHOUSE- Agent, for Central and South Florida hogs through: the Pig dub work nre compete list of> the expenditures, waking up to the value of their lands
J.T. BnrckLalter. Salesman stated that three outstanding objects centers! for high class hogs. made by the various candidates for for grazing purposes, and especially
would characterize$ the Short Remember, Club Boys of Occeola state offices during' the. recent campaign to the necessity of'enclosing ,land.
THE -MORTIMER CO. Course next winter, viz.; first a minimum county one of vou are going to geta ; prior, to the primary election. I in' rder,to improve live' stock by Intensified .
Unless otherwise indicated, the breeding, methods and conserving I'
\ of one boy fr m every county free trip to the University next .
; in the state second,: not less than': winter. It will be the One who makes amount stated after each name Is the I the native pasture grasses.
.........07 of total! of .the three The is calling
statements on
150 boys in attendance; third. make the best record in his dub' work. sum government every
CHRISTIANCY'Florida Sales Manacer. that were filed, according to law, in true American to help increase food
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the office of the secretary ot..tatel! production, of which meat is a very
Room 606 Heard Bid*., Jacksonville, Florida. THE PART THAT CIVILIANSPLAY Congressmen. important ,part and it is necessary' :

'Herbert J. Drane ___-,____$ 262,(>3 that the Florida native stock be bred .:'
..-- Frank Clark _.._____._____ 726.74 up in size and quality. y
>E IN THE WAR J. H. Smithwick ________.- 1,256.00 I Such improvement is practically
Walter Kehoe ____u______ 1294.09 impossible under open range conditions
i --. W.UJ-: Sears .__________-.. 936.53 and now progressive businessmen "{ 1
,Sacks for Castor Beans Separated by 3,000 miles of ocean M Ion L. Farris -.:________... 1,988.99 are going to make arrangements. \
and protected by our navy, our civil. WHAT WE HAVE MISSED Court'J. for enclosing their lands so progressive
Justice of the
Supreme .
Ian this cattlemen Florida
population during war in start
can can
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Whitfield ...
B. 687.06R. '
, *< New or Second Hand Bags continue in to live times.in the The same Hun Invaders securityas Gypsy ,Smith says: H. Buford _______,_-_____. 854.35 the In improvement Instances work..where land ',1 'I

peace midst. We You have .never seen the havoc,i Thos. F. West ___________. 135.00 some was
Write for Prices are not in our are sparedthe fenced on short notice there have Mo'
agony: that came 'to the women witnessed the slaughter, suffered the': Attorney General. I I been complaints on part of cattle: T'
: and children and old men of Belgiumand agony felt the heartbreak that have Van C. Swearingen -----.-..$ 697.30 owners that insufficient time was
Southern States Bag Co. France and Serbia and the other come to the allies of Europe 'i>t the Cromwell Gibbons ......... 826.65 I given to provide other ranges for ,
.hands of those people who are not fit I I
overrun countries. While thus secure Railroad Commissioner. their stock. The formal advertisingnotices 1
'y "Jacksonville Fla. from harm we must not forget to be named in a civilized communty.And diabolical. R. Hudson Burr, ...--..*__* 10800 i i that are being published by .)/,
: that the civilian populations of these all this to satisfy the N. A. Blitch .-__..__...... 108.00 the land owners give plenty of time
ambition of the Butcher of Berlin.
desolated countries are as much our Tax Commission-Short Term.W. for making the necessary arrange.ments .
Well there is only one for us '
allies as are their fighting men. Let I way to provide for the stock. .
M. Holloway .._ ..__.f 661.65 :
to this and that is by getting -- '
stop
us realize: more deeply their trage, back of our government with H. L. Bethel ......_.._.... 456.61 .The beef cattle are now in !rOod. .1 j
OOOt+ OO OOO o..OOOO ooooo dies. every Tax Commission-Long Term. marketing condition and the breed
Read this testimony of Brand Whit. power at bur command. And we can ing stock is commanding a good price, I f
1 Cade E. Shackleford .....$ 683.13
All asked to do is to buy only begin by pledging ourselves to save -
you are necessary lock;' who as our minister td Belgium so those who do not care to make arrangements ,
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to the utmost of our ability and to J. Clifford Brown ....... 1,885.47) y)
things and then loan-not give-your savings to knows what it means for a land to be buy War Savings Stamps that there P. S. Bowen ;; _..____..__ 1,135.70State for leasing or buying ; '
:occupied by German troops; pastures can dispose of their stock ,t
Auditor.
your government to help it fight your war. "Tamines is a little mining' townon may be for more the government money labor with and whichto materials J. Will Yon ..-.?...-_...__* 754.78J. I without sacrificing them.WATClT'TilE .. .
s; Can you refuse to loan your savings when. other the Sambre. The little church H. Lancaster .. 943.47 I -
fight the war ------- LICE yon
stands on the village green overlook.Ing '
State Senators.C. .
men give. their lives ,Buy w. a. ate-. chicks. These parasites the \
the river its facade all sap
splotched
B. Howell .... 95.80
$ ,
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WIDOW ----- life blood out'of them. Oust (
where the bullets and grapeshot spat WEALTHY KISSIMMEE W. H. Malone _...___.__. 104.95W. very
the hen at night with B. A. Thomas' :
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS tered graveyard against beside it.the And church in the there little nre WOULD MARRY AGAIN J. Crosby, _______.__._?_ 105.85Stole Louse Killer and your, troubles are '

r ,The space contributed by- hundreds of new-made graves, long "N w that my stomach trouble has D. McNeil ___Attorneys.A ___-_______$ 72.12 ended., tomato It'' also and kills squash bugs vines.on cucumber We-' ,
,
rows of them each with its small all disappeared since taking a course Geo. W. Schofield _....___f 495.64Fred '
sell it to and if it does not make :
you
M. KATZThe wooden cross and its bit of flowers. of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy I would L Stringer,'T, -__.,_.. 352.48 good we will. :Waters & Carson Gro-
The crosses stand in serried rows, so even consider getting married again.I J. A. Timberlake ...___.... 419.12D. Co. ; .-
..o.oooooooooo oooooooooooooooo ooooooo o oo closely that they make a very thicket cannot tell you how terribly I suffered O. Rogers ..-.?.-.._._ 525.80 cery
with scarcely room to walk between before taking-this great remedy." It .S. W. Lawter. Jr. .___.... 840.07 w..nev.. You Need a General Tonic ;
-'. them. They were all new, of painted is a simple harmless preparation that J. C. Grnmling ___......... 611.70 Take drove's. '
wood alike except for the names and removes the catarrhal mucus from A. D. Penny _____________ 142.94A. The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
Do not forget that . the ages-thirteen to ,enightv-four. the intestinal tract and allays the V. Long ___.___..___.___ '72.15 chill Tonic is( equally, rateable as a
philosophy of W. S. S. But they all bore the same -sinister
inflammation which causes practically Edgar C. Thompson ....... 414.97C. General-Tonic because it contains the
t. ,
is .av","save/save. ' ,. ' ,: '..' date-August 22, 1914. ," all stomach liver and intestinal H, B. Floyd -_:,?-,.... 813.48C. well known tonic properties of QUININB r &
Lice' ?upland" f)"sign. up' on' ;: War:: Savings1Stamps'are \ s; : >'The Germans beganto: pillage and ailments, including appendicitis. One B. Donnell ..-:.......... 610.05 and IRON. It acts on the Liver,DriftS .
, ,- u...", ",."."i1,... ,.t,':\ QIJI,; .": t } ". ".w/lqr'!/; i!, '1\'WI. bum'; the houses, 676- of them; then dose will convince or money refu ded. Sum of fintJ'\ and,,' second statements out MslaHs. Enriches the Blood and "
!turned all the inhabitants into
they "
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NATIONAL 1 not for children only. Mostof the 'street, promiscuously marching J. Z. Roberson,druggist. third.i statement1 not filed.: Builds up the Whole System. 60 cents.. i,",

the squandering is done by them about. It went on for long "*.* 1
War(Savings Day grown-ups. hours; they were given no food or i
drink. During a halt they forced -

This contributed] by 'This space contributed by them to lie beneath the machine guns, 4 ,
space "
then they lined them up against a >

F ,A. S. GILBERT BON TON HAT SHOP execution.church wall About and performed 600 men a mock were i.

massed in St. Martin's Square, on tho PASTED c
river bank, and their wives mothers, KAISEq": \
r I daughters were assembled by the soldiers -
K LEMONS WHITEN ANDBEAUTIFY to witness the scene. .
\
,When you buy) THE SKIN "They lined up their victims in WITH
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three rows along the Sambre and
y Make this beauty lotion cheaply for tumbled 150 of them head over heels
War Savings Stamps 1 your face,, neck, arms and, hands into the river shoving back with their '
bayonets those whit attempted to W. s. '
you do not give your money, At the cost of A small jar of ordi- cling to the bank. Only four r five S.I'
loan it at 4 per cent com nary cold cream' one can prepare a escaped by swimmino-. During this i i,
you full qu rter pint of the most wonderful first execution the machine guns were ,
pounded:quarterly. You help lemon skin softner and complexion trained on the remaining lines...When
your Government, but you help beautifier, by squeezing the juice' of the firing had ceased that night, there *
9 yourself even more. two fresh lemons into a bottle containing were more than 400 dead; their June 28 r

This space contributed 1 by three ounces of Orchard bodies lying there, women, too and
p White. Care should be taken.to strain children. And the graves are there I, .
the juice through a fine cloth so no near by, 'in the cemetery and the , M1
F., S, GILBERT lemon pulp gets in, then this lotion ages given are from 13 to 84. \ '
will keep fresh for months. Every The part that these civilians pipy. .. f'
woman knows that lemon juice is ed In the war was to bring to the civilized ,-
used to bleach and remove such blem world the realization of what v:
ashes (; ,
They also, serve who buy' and .. .tho ideal skin softener; whitener conquer. In playing their part they r
and purifier. gave their lives in the most cruel
i Just try itl I Get three ounces of way a beastly enemy could devise.
War Savings .Stamps orchard white at any drug store and What port will our civilian popu- Paste him in the. eye with a War Savings Stamp:-then part* him again and ;
two lemons from the grocer and rake latlpn play in the--war? --Will it go again. Don't think that you have already donyour;duty. Perfhlng's.
"ove
if they and buy to the utmost up a quarter pint of this sweetly frag- along; living as it'did before the war, there" don't men ,
save horn after their first battle
go they after the
rant lemon lotion and massage it daily or will it glory in the opportunity to go Hum, again-the* '
of their' ability and buy into the face neck, arms and hands. serve in the tremendous task of de- keep'on pasting th. Kaiser. .

in time. 9.. It is marvelous to amoo'ben rough, feating civilization's enemy? Each -
red hands.WOMAN'S. individual must decide that question. Your government has officially Friday June 28th aa
This space contributed by CASE lie can prolong the world's agonyor 1 ,
he can save-save and sacrificeto -
( MRS. TRESS STARTLES JCISSIMMEE the utmost of his ability and 'with
-. his savings buy War Savings Stamps National. War Savings DayOn
a A business many wife could not that there may be more money, labor,
read or sew without' sharp pain in and materials to back up those who

her eyes' For years her eyes were fight and die not only for us, but for that,4sy.v.ry American Is asked to "
read and weak. Finally she tried aU who love freedom. "sign. the pled -to Invest In a definite '

S"r pure )voptic) ey wahu' The result' -w.s. .: alD.ount'of War.Savings ,Stamps each month. Every!: real American will prove has ;
of ONE '
BuyWar small bottle application Lavoptik astonished is guaranteed her. A Gives Stamps As Premiums. patriotism by agreeing to regularly paste the Kaiser. I' '

Sayings, Stamps to benefit EVERY CASE weak, strained Agricultural committees making up .. a
premium lists for county fairs should
or inflamed eyes ONE WASH -
W. S. S. "
i wilt startle with its quick results. have little trouble in deciding: what cost $4.17 in "une
financial "
to the utmost of your Aluminum eye FREE. Central prizes to offer.. Instead of cash, let all .
cup Worth
capacity, 'and I then increase Drug Store. premiums be given in form, of War $5.00 orb Jan. 1; 1023V' .

I' by saving Savings Stamps or Thrift Stamps.. I .
capacity more. ,
: your ***. :_; _
The suggestion is made ,at the ingstance i .
,','J1l1..p ce contributed" bymcCranie's of P. H.Rolfs, director of the ., 4JV|::Y;:; Be ready to "sign the pledge",on June 28. .. ,.. '
I University of Florida extension division J'' PMU '
the Kaiser With.War Savings Stamp
,- in keeping with the plan adopted ... ,- '. .
CafeTheScottflouse rflt ,sasOLDEST' in Loulsana reported by Bradford -
Knapp chief of the office of
ex-

1 ;_ tuu1ffnu1uJuuuL.AwwJwuus.- ,- .' - - ensioa Mr., Knapp work in says the, "if South.fair associaiona TIIlJ] :National War.,Savings,: Committee

rMe r* 'ESM&is11D throughout the country 'would .
seeo MOUSE adopt, h'" plan i it would dispose of a
:.M no/t/o Teat[ many-War (Savings ,,.Stamps." r rti

Florida,can be, counted,on, as usuaL . XUs Spmt>r ,Patriotically' .GwHriaWtW fj .

To Can a CoM !. ON Dyfce > M r rl

!i i4rXti? .> t-OCATTVl POlIO DaI. _M.'C........ it
ea..b.... ,$14eed wwke. aaa Cold.
.gt; Pnt lit '.". *. *"? Deorge'A. Taylor
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MS 'Jt THE,KISSIMMEE[ 'VALLEY GAZETTE,. FRIDAY; JUNE'2S,. WS THREE

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H alt the IN FLORIDA, FOR SHIPYARDFrom !I +




( the Baltimore Sun)
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German money to build a ship plant needed. EvWI! the building of good

r for the United States! dirt roads 'was discouraged.These .
facts 'and others related to
Nun This I.l the mission that has them
!have convinced the Federal officials -
William L. Wilson back from
brought that the corporation was Intended s.T
,, Florida where he believes he 'has for more than a mere commercial I i i
found an ideal I location\ for a shipyardto concern. In ..substantiation !
be used for the construction of of this theory they point to the fact .
wooden vessels'and' b rges. that St. Andrews Bay is one of the -
: Provide the boys with the things they Mr. Wilson is a Baltimore coun- best harbors on the Gulf-' coa.t. It
t tlan, and resided at Ruxton until he lies east of Pensacola but unlike
became one of the representatives of Pensacola and most Florida''' harbors,
need to ,make short work of him. A. Mitchell Palmer Alien Property it Is free from the terrible storms
Custodian. Now he is living: in Flor* which 'ravage the coast. It has deepwater
Ida and is president of the German- averaging about 20 feet and
American Lumber Company, made so running to 70 feet in some places and
Help the boys to get guns, clothing, by virtue of his position as Palmer' [ could quickly be dredged to any need-
. representative. And as president, he ,, ed depth. . "
is the active directing head of what Important Strategic Point.Astt .
aircraft food munitions and the ships \
+. , was an out-and-out German concern, strategic point the bay is unsurpassed
capitalized at $3,000,000; and ostensibly by any harbor in thll'eoun
to get over with. These: are the things lumber plant. but in reality, try. Troops landed there' in sufficient -
Mr.: Wilson thinks >something: much force could practically outflank
more significant. He has come north the entire Atlantic seaboard. '
they need, and they cost'money; for the purpose of laying before the I could march directly north with Chit

Emergency Fleet Corporation advantages '.cage as their objective could turn
of the property he controlsas slightly east avoiding the Blue Ridge :.+

a shipyard.The Mountains, and sweep the eastern War Has Multiplied the
I.
June28th plant was seized, the -officials coast from the rear of all its defences
ousted and tho president, II.. G. Kul- Only a hundred miles or so to the
enkampf, and an ox-president, 'E. ;.north lies the converging point of all
National War Savings Day Lutz were interned The secretary I the great southern..trunk lines, and Value of Good Tires
was Gustav Rolfs, German'consul at that Atlanta ,
; ., .. beyond point and near- .
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'
..--.- ' Pensacola, who though. en alien, is by Birmtnehani, with all its rich min j
still at liberty. eral; resources. Directly to the south
The: more ,.quickiyour soldiers have In''' reorganizing the company Mr. lies the entrance to the Panama canal I Never were'cats so necessary-both in :'J r'
Wilson was -mactapresident, and a and St.; Andrew. Bay Is the nearest -
all'' the they need the more: board of directors was elected consisting harbor on the coast of the United business and domestic life., . .
: things ..
of lioll/e/ .M. Randolph, an attorney States to it. '''Every strategical point '
of Atlanta; Charles S. Hebard'i about the bay has been bought and 'I I Never'was their continuous and eco.-.

'quickly! the ships will be bringing a lumberman of Philadelphia; ('I I held by the corporation, and especially nomical use so imperative. "'
Blount, an attorney of Pensacola andE. the land commanding the deep Water I

them victoriously' back to us. R. 'Malone 150,000, A Acres banker In of Plant Pensacola. approaches U. S.;Cultivating: the Land. I Never was freedom from tire trouble

>!> The German-American Lumber Since the United States took possession I and tire expense so absolutely essential. '
contributed for the winning of the by Company plant consisted of several of the property' it has undertaken I J
This war Millville .
to ,
make
space sanitary. The
tracts of land bordering on S 4 Andrews : The rapidly growing demand. for
thousands of acres of land have been
ir rv bay on t.e: Gulf coast of Flor-
ida, comprising about 150,000 acres.It. fiat in the way of cultivation and the United States'Tires'prove ,their. wartimeworts.
N; operated two sawmills and about untillable land given 'over to cattle -
: a
M STATE BANKOF 80 miles of logging road and practically grazing. The cattle tick is provinga
owned tho entire town of Mill- great obstacle to.the last-named Thousands motorists each, week are
industry and Mr. Wilson is now seeking -
ville. consisting of about 15000 inhabitants.
It was organized about 20- federal aid in the exterminationof turning to United States Tires to get ,dependability !

KISSIMMEE years ago but with every advantage the pect. all he interestedin and economy. '
has not been developed to "great But most' of is
f extent. And therein lies the any significance I getting, the government to establish -
of the enterprise. a wooden ship yard which he United States Tires ,last. longest. and

--_ ._- -- --- The "Deutschland uber .Alles',' says can be equipped for less than ,carry';( <<;>u farthest at least cost.
movement in Germany began to mnke half a million'dollars and which could
T Tfr headway about 23 years ago, and the' easily be accessible to cheap labor They enable you to make the most'of
and provide its own material. lie has '
Pan-Germans started their
Prove Your penetration of every quarter'peaceful of the received some encouragement in Ms your car-passenger .or commercialnow -

!globe. It was practically at the zenithof .project and expects to keep hammerIng when it is more than ever' a vital
this"Uber Alles" away at it until the EmergencyFleet
campaign that
war-time.necessity.
Patriotism one Freidherr Julius Schreyer came Corporation sees the enterprise ..

fr to this country and began a methodical !-* as he doel"w.. s s There is a' United States'Tire for
search 'of the southern. const: line, WRITES every
Don't talk patriotirm-show itl! Prove your patriotism by "signJ presumably for'the purpose of locating B. F. COBB. JR. THE possible need.

'ing the pledge" to save and invest,your savings in War Savings Stamps.June a commercial enterprise. He fin HOMEFOLKS. FROM ENGLAND.
ally chose the St. Andrews site -
Bar i Our nearest Sales and Service Depot
Birkenhead England,
ind purchased a large tract tim.
28th ber adjacent thereto, which was put I I May 29, 1918. :will tell you which ones you should have.
'n the nai.ie of the German-American! I Dear Father' and Mother .
National War Savings Day Lumber Company. From time to I had an attack of appendicitis and "
I' time, he bought other small' tracts, had to be operated on, but am now
Your government hat officially let.Fnday..JunJ! 28lh..as National many of them without a stick of timber !getting along fine. I am staying out United States Tireste
here with Mr. and Mrs. Brittain fora
on them, but valuable only be
summoned show
American will be to'
War Savings Day.Every loyal occupied a commandingpolition week, and then I will go back.I f
his patriotism by pledging himself to invest definite amount, ,War.. near the bay. Some of these was in.the city of Liverpool yesterday
,. . ," d. R': and it is a beautiful place
Savings'Stamps.au' tracts were of such irregular shape Good- 'Tilr'n'W''j': \f'
", ." \ and, the is wonderful 'I < are : ; ; '
J 'd country :
.J .'" ?', .I"1 'I : ; that no possible use could be made of !. ;
't .
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S..' ud will be landed in the 28th of ;, : "
: W. S..cod S4.1T Ia Juae them by the lumber and England on ' .
,i / ., company up- ; : '' 4 , i'" : : ,
6 -4I) 'eVcli !;$1923.:' ,.pear to have been' bought 'only for April and sure .have seen. a lot since < "' <; w: '
January. ., : obstructive purposes. I left the dear old U. S.. AT I'wish Weknow United States Tire ere'Go 'TJi ; ,s{.. h7.'wo :

r' PLEDGE YOURSELF 'TO SAVE AND BUY WAR Books KeptIn Bremen.It you Brittain all would and thank write to them Mr.for and beingso Mrs. sell them.

.. SAVINGS STAMPS REGULARLY EVERY MONTH has developed that; the principalowner kind to me, for they have been just *
COMMITTEE of the concern was Prince like a father and mother.' I haven't LUPFER & PRATHER "*
NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS Furstlich Schaumber von Hoofkomer, been out very much to' see anything
; from near Bremen. All the meetingsof so can't tell you much! about_ this MACH BROS.

1"I',. This.space contributed byf the company-were held in Bremen place.. . .
and practically all the -books were A. 'I came through Liverpool yesterday -- '
kti R. s. ]F'LOYnMany ; : kept there, the plant being operated I save some-British and Scotch ..1"J )"
In so far as it was operated .at all, soldiers
; by> agents whose principal business Tell all the folks hello for me. ,WS.SaiJWS: '
seems to 'have been to spread "uber Your son, S.
f Alles' propaganda. The. nominalresidents TINK. .
of the company-and they "'.n. a.- W1-RAVINGSSLIMP3 WAIL SAYINGS STAMPSlatUEDBV '
.
were changed about every three years MOTHER PROUD THREE 'SONS ,1..VED.V TUB THB
f Are Lending -were men of prominence and education UNITED STATES UNITED STA.TESCOVE.RNMENT
: who were brought to Florida AND SON-IN-LAW- IN SERVICE GOVERNMENTCome ,
from South 'American countries, and D'1
Extract from a letter received froma ,
c
,who always located themselves . ; Their Lives---What :', i ; 175 miles away, and, left officer and his reply to the same, .
W' the plant to its own operations.In "
t that
concerning' son had'recently
I" '' : the arrest of the former presi enlisted. .
Are You Lending "" "T';!t dent Lutz. and the; president, Kulen- (Extract) .

? kampf, for internment, the govern- Lake, Helen, Volusla County, Across
i I. :\\.I', ., ment agents' found great masses of Florida, June 18, 1918. or .
Thousands of our boys are going down into-the trenches today- evidence- tending, to prove that they Recruiting; Officer U. S.: Army, Jacksonville -
were more propagandists than commercial .
clean-faced determined, splendid -going there to battle Florida.
young .men -agents. ,In Kulenkampfs Dear Sir: . Gil
,
for you. house was found evidence which resulted I am very glad'rpy eon saw fit to

You can at'least go down in your pockets. for them. 'in the arrest and internmentof take this honorable step and am WillWe .
two of his kinsmen of the same the proud mother of three sons and The Kaiser '
Think it over-be ready on I name who were living in New York, one son-in-law who have volunteeredin
besides masses of propaganda pamphlets -
the service of our glorious flag.
of 80 or 40''kinds of the ort Mrs., M. W. Rainford.
June 28th
sent broadcast over the world soon Recruiting Station U... S, Army, forces '
t after Germany started the war. Jacksonville, Florida. must back up our military now or suffer much'of what.

National War Savings Day Enormous Expense Account. Mrs. M. W. Rainford, Lake Helen, Europe has suffered We 'don't want the Kailer'and his Pohdam"gang

s Although the presidents of'the Florida. over here.

' There's an army. Yes a dozen armies-of stalwart windbronzedyoung .business company, paid they little drew attention steadily on to the its Dear Your Madam letter: of the 18th inst. at The Government needs money to carry on the war.

men standing between); you and the grizzly Hun. These young concern for money in large sums and hand and the information requested By purchasing War Savings Stamps you are leading, not giving,
fellows are giving their ease,,, their comfort, their home and friends always for "expenses." No record has ben forwarded under separatecover. You
lending where it will hit"Kultur"the
their. bodies, the hope of life-giving for you-for you. has been found of their drawing sal your money. are your money
aries. In one case the "expense account" With regards to your' three boys hardest.
You least lend for them) Prove
can at your money your patriotism son-in-law have '
of the close to and all of which you
president
was See banker" And W. S., S. CareL.Don't
with dollar.. $50.000, and In another case it was given to the service of your country, your postmaster. sign a Pledge. ";
:: NATIONAL: WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE nearly double that sum. Although and the fact that you are glad that wait until- t
:4 these presidents drew such- large you can give their services in such a

This space contributed; for the'winning of the war by amounts, no,, trace could be found of noble and patriotic cause I'am tak- '
M their .having deposited any .of it in ing this opportunity to inform you June 28th
any banks in this country.All that YOURS is the very highest type
the funds of the corporation of patriotism and I.am sure If' need
The Waters. '&' arson were kept apparently in the Deutches be that you would be willing to have National War Savings Day R
x- order
4 Bank at Berlin and in .a 'Bremen them sacrifice their lives in _
bank, but these funds may not have that the world and, mankind( may liveas
Grocery 'Company been very-great,,for the reason'thatthe free people Invest now.Sign' a card-a War Savings Pledge Card-to save
"In conclusion, I beg to- that; ''
a plant was apparently- never operated say some money every month''and invest in'War'Saving* Stamp aro
mothers like who .
with American -
., with an i eye to profit. Al you '- '
though the thousands of acres of vir- possess pure patriotism of your kind, 'NATIONAL. WAR; SAVINGS 'COMMITTEE; E
Rio forest could have .been easily the great 'American nation can feelsure
i marketed, the company :contented itself 'of victory in this present struggle .
,OUR GRANDFATHERS with working only in the most and a secure" democracy. thereafter This space. contributed for the 'winning of the war byH. SCO
For Indigestion, Constipation or -.
desultory fashion, and' not only did
BWa ..... drenched horses for eolic. That ;was not develop' its; property itself but Very: respectfully 'yours; ,,,
.Just try one KKent bottle of LAX-rOS the old way wWch was uncertain and tried in'every way,to keep back the ,M. :DePRIEST,
.WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid Digesters unsafe Faz la' Colic Remedy does tide,of civilization as far as possible. .tat Lt'-Ca. N. A., R. 0.III : STANFORD
Laxative' pleasant: to.take Made aDdreccM"ec1 away 'with drenching with1a : When;*' railroad company tried\ .toget ,; 0. :
the..bone'. tomruo d peerwhich 'Pile Cored" 6 to 14 DaysTearer.rdst'will : .
to the public by Parts Me H-: a. right of way ,to St. Andrews) .
of Laxative Bromo comes packed br''each- bottle. the company fought) it tooth and ''''114 'lit..."." U PAH)
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cine Coimannlactnrers of ,,
Itrhl.gaIlad
' ,Ve. nail OINTMeNT UD to eve *? .
Get.it today., Water and. ., "
k aM .Tasteless chnl TODJe. guarantee it., finally forced the railroad : MMdiBB-wITCtradtaa-! a..teI44n. -
i :QutslA Grow's a,. Corson,, Grocery Co.; to condemn .ereryfoot, of land :it The 4sl svs:;Ucc.tloa, .n-But..<1 alstr IId' *: ,,-. ,, "

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FOUR', THE'K1SS1MMEE, VALLEY 'GAZEttE.' FRIDAY, ,JUNE 28. 1918

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UNUSUAL CASE HEARD 'conservation movement and urged; the ble and cited Dade county as an ex. EQUALIZATION OF TAXES ONLY SS.QO TAX ON AUTO'

I1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE IN MAYOR'S COURT united efforts of the stockmen. in ample of the development to be expected ---
bringing: it about. in the cattle industry whenOsseola The Board of County Commissioners filed
E. L. brought Each speaker of the afternoon county would : Our cattleare will meet as an equalization boardon The supreme 'court in opinion I
Mrs Damphler was say '
......... Chap-
Every Prla1.Mr that Series B of
22 holds]
__ <. ._. before thejnayor's court Monday seemed to be in sympathy with the tick free and no ticky cattle shall Monday July 1st. Parties having June
Ka..I V.II.F cheat c aayFlarlaa 1917 provides for '
audience and to make to their ter 7275, acts of ,
....._ charged with keeping a disorderly applause followed each enter our borders. Private dippingvats complaint as assess '
address. should before the boardon license tax of only $5 on any automobile
house on Mitchell street Mayor Ca- which have been built] here are ment appear
+' w. .. H....-... l.r...la>.. del tined the woman $100 and 60 daysin An opportunity was given for Influencing public sentiment In favorof that date. It will be too late to or other motor-driven vehicle Mid
B. O. V... AfMW, .aerrtaryHa jail, but suspended sentence upon question. and in answer to one the movement and the only ques- complain after the aasessor'a books with a seating capacity of one to
........... It condition that ahe leave town within query] "What action will be taken tion seemed to be "what is the practical have been passed by the commissioner not more than" five without regard
twenty-four hours. when cattle from ticky counties graze way to bring the. issue to a con- and the millage fixed. horsepower.! tOne
.....rI.U.. Mien A man by the name of W. J. Woodswas across the imaginary line Into tick- summation." .-
,, OB Copy. On T.ar......_..--_|l.00OB the cause of the woman's arrest free counties?" DrT: Nighbert: re- Before the meeting adjourned
r Copy, Six Month.._.?-..... 1.00 he being arrested by Night Marshal plied: "They will )* dipped at the Chairman C. A. Carson, Jr.,' appointed -
pee Copy. Thr. Month._::_..... .71 owner's
and he will
drunk and disorderly. expense be no-
Floyd for being E. L. Lesley] Riley Godwin andE.
All communication except from our Later on Marshal Overstreet. who tified. The cost of this dipping, must. D. Whaley] a committee to call a
1 Mthorliad correspondent must be had been keeping an eye on him, arrested be met where they are owned.' meeting of the cattle men here to
la-ned by tha writer.will not be returned him in the Mitchell street Osceola Must Fall Into Line. effect the organization of a live stock.\
_Rejected 1_. called matter for. house for disorderly conduct. The Ex-Senator C., A. Carson who was association to further the interests
man was fined five dollars and"costs in the audience, was asked to sneak of the cattle industry in Osceola I.
(1IIIIt.red In, the eco7id-claaa Poitoffle.at matter Klialm-) for each offense. ,_ on the local situation and said there county and to wage war on cattle ,
Florlda ae
a.ea If.tI'M seemed only one thing to do and that ticks till they were completely] eradi ,
REPORTED AS DESERTERS was to fall in.line as quickly as possi cated., .
I
Several Osceola county negroes: of
the draft call number 642,have failed 1- _ __n _________ Asa __ .
CMBeRi to make their appearance: at the I i :

headquarters of the exemption board .' Carload
and have been reported to Washing. .
ton as deserters.. These 'men are: Ed
i Peterson Manuel Jennings, James '' : NOTICE'-
Weathers and Henry'Johnston. r l'I' ' '
w. ". ".---' :: Every Two Minutes
NOTICE TO DAIRY MEN '

y All dairy cows must be tested for ,..
, gsrATe PftGSgPi tuberculosis next Monday and Tues -

ti\ day. All cows in West Kissimmae
must be assembled at Marshal Over- / fced 15,000 POUNDS T
street's pound; in North Kissimmee The undersigned owners of large tractsof ,1
in
FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1918 at Floyd Tyson's pound. The sows .=: MEAT A MINUTE ::01 ,
owned by dairies where there are land In Osceola County hereby'.serve notice i iii
several in the herd will be tested In : .: GOING TO ALLIES ;;'

-,, their. pasture. on all 'persons now using their unfenced de- .
ST. CLOUD NEWS G. ,W OVERSTREET, --. In to ID.

Mr. and Mrs .Henry :-Combs who 28-lt 'v.s.s Mar&haJ'1 I lands for pasturage purposes, that they K &h. One Hog. Outol1.Every- l.r .

.have been visiting fnende berg for ANTI-TICK TALKS'' HEARD ll'rrol1szew'el1ts.to t pick11 : let.
should make .
the past week, left on 'Wednesday BY LOCAL CATTLE MEN : provide other :ade Four Being Sent i
for their home at St. Petersburg. ty u e JDI
On Tuesday evening jolly crowd (Continued! from Page One) I i pastures or ranges for their stock on or before wi ,I. Abroad.n

4 of young people wended their way to heads here and executive ability to acfceresofxol :
_ mUtI
Runnymede hotel by motor truck: accomplish this desired end. : September 1st, 1918. "? on'
where the evening was pleasantly] The Hun Tick Now. '
all M / ndIB Shipment of meat have been going R.
and
with games.and music
pent Dr. E. M. Nighbert the government's -
tfc* to the allle* for *oro. time at the rater
enjoyed asocial good time. Those representative in this campaign After saiddate the undersigned owners .
.. .... 70 of 11,000 pound minute. Aa the
t Hatcher I
present were Mrs. Florence > said the cattle fever tick had .
>> Mrs. Mart Johnson, Misses Leila been given a new name "The Hun. their assigns or licensees may at Anytime bl t> .117.. ofbaa shipments hour ooy ('they are kept amount up during to t.000.000 a ten WI ail s
Evadna' Harrlo Alma Co- "
Johnson Tick, for it was depriving the people pound dally. The meat .-0to *ol-
We, Emma Murphy, Iva Marshal. of the! good entitle of beef to fence and utilize their lands necessitating *>. the diem of the United State and the al< wi Ole
Godwin .
Messrs. Lewis Leon Dewey
which
f I they were fd a. Ue and 16 the civilian population of
Montsdoca Earl Scuff, Harvey Rig'- lIe said there were many phase immediate live aU 1 th* countries at war with Ocr tit
gan and Roy Van Denberg. of the depredations of these pests removal of stock now etJ ,.. thema.n
Last Thursday a merry party went but the state was viewing the situation __ _.. -r. _ o1aI :
: to Runnymede in Mr. Fry's motorboat principally from the disease grazing thereon without further notice. N .10....IVUmM.JMM a Ull

where the evening woe pleats] standpoint. The tick: is, he said, a
1 antly] spent with games and music: carrier of disease: It leaves its poi II
; Dainty refreshments were served son in the blood of the animal on These statementswere
1 Those present' were -Misses Lillian which it feeds. This poison is transmitted Security Investment

and Inez Ide Emma Murphy and Iva to the young and is evident in made
,Marshall Mrs. W. II. Bailey, Messrs the stock we are familiar with. The -- --- -- -- by a prom-:

} i Roy Van Denberg, Will Elmer and eradication of this disease carrier .iFlorida Interstate Land CompCompany
1 Walter Ide and Dewey Mont doca. 'would not only improve the quality; inent representative of
4 i Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Kenney, who but would increase the quantity of: ---= -
have been at the Pifer house all winter the cattle produced here and would Consolidated Land CQmpany'-- the United States Food I !

'. are again at their home on Caro- enable the cattlemen to bring in improved -
; lina avenue.* stock in safety. Administration. ,
Grip Prather is building house on He urged the campaign from patriotic .
't Jils twenty acre tract east of town. reasons, saying; 'There is now
II Mrs. Lon Dann and three children only a limited supply ,of beef. in'-the ---- -- No industry in the
formerly of St. Cloud, but now of: country and Florida cannot add to
Miami, who have been visiting Mrs this supply under present conditions ,
has
fiann's parents Capt. and Mrs. Clay The big army headquarters are not country played a ;
Johnson of Kissimmee were calling supplied with native beef for ticky
,' on Mrs. J. H. Ferguson. on Wednesday cattle will not measure up to the specifications more important part in
morning. required.'They lack weight O II

The Elsie P. McElroy auxiliary and they lack sufficient fat to be ICI Ilit1 helping to win the war,
held Its usual meetingon Monday afternoon good shippers, too. t :
}, at Moose (hall with 19 mem .This is, due, he stated, largely to than the American livestock ;
ben present. After a short business the ravages of the tick for there is ti Li
session all adjourned to Marine'. no other disease that is a serious and meat-packing
drug: store for their annual treat of: menace to this industry here .
ice cream. Dr. Nighbert exhibited a number of industry.
Mrs. P. F. Murray and two childrenof interesting charts showing the difference -
Fruitvllle, Fla., came in Tuesday of development of tacky animalsand .
evening for a few days' visit herewith those\ free from the plague. lie
her husband who Is working called attention to the scarcity of Swift & Company

the new road. Itirs. Murray is stopping dairy products in the state and show ''
at the Bonair house. ed a picture of a "teacup cow" which alone' has been, forward-
i Miss Mattie Belle Harris, daugh- is a familiar sight in Florida. lie
ter of Editor Harris of Kissimmee spoke of the canned milk manufactured ing over 500 car loads of x
was the guest for the week-end of: in Chicago and other cities and -
J Mrs. Earl Sohofield. sent here, while milk from Florida meat and meat products
'a Mrs: C. E. Carlson and Robbie,)lef cows is fed to ticks. All this might '
_ on Tuesday for a.visit with relatives be.overcome he said by the "dipping Carefully week' for overseas 'S
at Chicago: 111. vat route." He told the life history per '
_ .; Harry McKav has enlisted and 1 Is of the tick, giving as the cycle of-its shipment. !
awaiting: his call. development two weeks, though the T Planned Paints .: ,
'- ticks would live four to five ?
On Monday evening, Jgne- 17th, avery ypung
"" successful exhibition of the work months without food. These facts N:' and Varnishes ) ,
done by the surgical.dressings: clan once established it would only be necessary \ ; Swift # Company U. St A.
under the efficient instruction of Mrs to dip all cattle! every two ;
: James Laughlin, 3rd, of Orlando, was weeks for a period of six or eight A cardinal rule of Certain- .
given at the St. Cloud hotel. Seventy- months till the ranges were free and -N teed manufacture top/an\ :
N
five visitors, signed the and the work would be done for the ,cattle v
manifested much interest register'in' the tick lives only on the blood of each paint or varnish to meet the specific use

:work, and on Wednesday Mrs. Cran- cattle arid is not found on any other to which it will be put. If it is to be applied to .1
.
t: ton invited ,the class to tea in honor animals. a surface that receives frequent rubbing cleaning .-, ,. ,.
of Mrs. Dr. Nighbert confined his remarks or :\
} 34 Laughlin, and the *
on Friday -- - --- --- -- -
-
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class were the guests of Mrs. Laugh- chiefly to the monetary phase of the then it is made to stand frequent rubbing.If If.
'
question and showed it to be a great r
lin at Orlando them
meeting at the
train with -antes and showing them investment to rid Osceola county* from it is exposed to the elements, then it is made to withstand

over the work. rooms and the work the handicap of $7 to $10 which now the elements. The raw materials are-carefully selected,care

t Ii being done in Orlando :and Winter rests oncattle: : shipped to market fully prepared, and carefully mixed, under the direction of
Park, and back to Orlando where the from quarantined districts. lie did experienced paint makers. t,
not minimize obstacles be
the to over-
class Mrs.
Laughlin, Superintendent -
f Mrs. Beecham dined come in bringing this good work
at the San Juan
' hotel." In the afternoon visiting the about;. he said it was a big thing but
'
the results were worth the effort. CertainteedPaints
moving: picture show and then took
lie commended what the cattlemenhad
the train for
home all enjoying a
pleasant and Interesting day. This already done along this line and "
said the appropriations made the .
by
week work will
probably begin on the '
h allotment] of 1000 9-inch gauze stacks county commissioners would make a and Varnishes
which. St.- Cloud has' been asked to good beginning. lie urged the co. UNIVERSAL CAR.
snake. operation of the people till the have been planned for every' use to which paint or varnish can

Mrs. E. B. Bartlett left on Wed county would declare.,itself free front; be put .for interior walls, ceilings,. woodwork, floors and Equality of SacrificeThe r
this limitation to its
nesday to spend the summer at Wes Ticky Cattle May progress.Be Barred. furniture for exterior walls, roofs, porches outbuilding and New York Times recently said editorially

tervilloj Ohio with her sister and Mr. Storrs,of.th. State Live Stock porch furniture. In every case it wH: be found that Certaintttd "No man or woman who has acquired a Liberty:

niece. Board,..gave the cattlemen food for looks better, spreads farther and lasts longer than ordinary Bond is relieved from the duty of buying' War Sav
Dr. 1:. C.. Riddle, wife and baby left thought when he said: "In my opinionIt paint, because it is planned for the purpose. ings Stamps. To leave the Stamp plan of lending
on Saturday last to visit at Ballen- will only be a matter of time when money to Government, to those of narrow means
y' tine S. C. the secretary of agriculture] in administering Floor Varnish and to the young;' people is to be careless of the cause
The Epworth League of the M. E. national quarantine laws CtrtatH-ttt Floor Varnish i I. planned for maximum wear and mon at- of America and her alliea. .
church ,will picnic at the lake front will prohibit any shipment of cattle tractive appearance. It dries dim-free overnight is not easily scratched: "Does the average man or woman who earns a "
marred
or it is
from infested districts into these ( not affected: by leakage from radiators,or by rain blowing substantial
Thursday afternoon and evening. Al free through opelindow., .. salary or good wages have any Idea'of
.are invited. from ticks. There is now only a comparatively the )sacrifices made by the small investors In War
Uncle Josh Ferguson Kisaimme small Infested area and I Csrari.-sss4Paint.and Var- Savings Stamps to do their bit in this warT It is
was a niahesare made for all -+- +
should not be surprised should this array often a story of silent heroism. If those
business in
visitor Wednesday. In fairly
on, all colon.nd in all sizes +
action be taken circumstance
as a protective meas- emulated the
of cans. Any store that sells \ ea.r. very poor whose
ure. There was another reason for ? ,,,, nnmemramas., N'' are filled with unyielding: resolution to do
chi illarry Portia and George Brown paint can supply you. If the their
: this, he said. Florida is the only area dealer share to win the "'Ar. what a boom there would be
left Thursday for Port for you apply to cannot
Tampa where the in
look for the Governmenfa
government can
receipts from
sales.
the navy, having; received their call. ] supply what you want im. of War ,
rrealy increased cattle 'Savings
1. developmentand Stamps. .
he obtain
w.. mediately, can it
'' "EPORT'.OF I the quicker the state qualifies to promptly. _ Now is the time for everyone, no matter what his
WEEKLY SALES -
,, produce beef that will come up to station In life may be. to make as "great
OF THRIFT. 'STAMPS he shipping requirements the better. ,. Certain-teed for Ms! Government and for humanity. Is a made sacrifice j''
BBBBia BaaaaaiWernerSawyer lie gave a vision of the state which 'Product CorporationOffiea I the most humble of our citizens. by
: Co.' for- he ''sold was essentially .an agricultural *aaj Waraawnm la tba FLOpRplirl before June 28 should pledge Everyont to on, or'. ... .
Public school ...........___.. 274 section with livestock a. its Principal CttiM'Aataria utmost_of hie ,ability and to buy War save to the' .,"1'
f Presbyterian church....___... 6 permanent basis. lie insisted thatIt .....,..-.eI Stamps with his savings. There should Savings 'a ,
be
.C./W. Griffin ,._.___-:_____..,, 22 would pay cattlemen to rid their ,Certain-feed ,ity, ,of.sacrifice. an equal,
A.'.8. Gilbert ___*?______-_-_.. 4 tock from ticks for the increased 5nmt.rl4ues5 Tide space;contributed:v'by t
!;G. ,V' Persons)'' .._.....-:.-_.. :Id price they would receive for hides if ,I"'.laI.v..w..a. ',.
.Oaeeolau H., 01. Stanford .__.._....__.... 65 prevalence of pellagra,in tick-ln- CO. ,
Central 'I rug Store __-.-_._: 8 ested areas and said physicians attributed 307-9 Broadway Xln
1"1. ; r....... Tr.. __.;.._..._.-_.. 9 it to lack of milk.. In fact '.rfam-fW Paint'and Varnishes sold in Kissimmeo by* ,. mmee. ti.k

Sn.*;.;..., R.ls 1b.IMt.Sbop'..,....__..__J 8 he said eases of this disease had been. I ,
.. .1IJ. .. ,v..u..1'fIft C .::; ._ ___.. 12 eared by. milk diet DSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY '
. .. .....poou. .. He spoke of the .campaign. a*' ,
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THE K1SSIMMEE: VALLEY CAZETT1"FRDYAY -JUNE '24, '1.11' 1\ fIR
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. "I' INTERESTING ITEMS Harmon Steffee of'Eva pe -' Little'Paul Woodall of' Lakeland la' ,.
L LOCAL 11 urday,in town on business tSat"l I spending the", week with his grandparents ...
r. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Wood
John Schmidt of the all. Let the Depth of Your
t LAVbPTIK, guaranteed. for your store made a business trip to Tampa
eyes, at Central Drug Store.. Monday. County Food Administrator Pledged -

I Weather Report ; :' H., L. Oventreet, of Campbell. Sta .Ellis'Mrs.were Verner week-end Ellis visitors and Miss at-Ruby Da7- requests to the the ruling Gazette on 'to sugar call published attention , Pocket Show the Depth "

tion spent Saturday in town. on another page,of this issue.
tona Beach.,
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Mrs. Albert Carter of Orlando has Mrs.. McDuffie gives her last talk .
Following art) dally tempera- been visitingher sister, Mrs. C. W.j W. B.the Barley visitors of in the Kissimmee tod.S.nord .Is. on Revelation next Tuesday night., of Your ,Patriotism y yWhile
r, tares and precipitation .. reported Griffin. I among Herald. city. ,' Come out and bear bet. These talks
4 by Government station have been helpful to those who
Red Cross Vanishing cream, as to understand very Christ's you are at home tonight, many American boy "over there"are
at Kissimmee fa- the week endIng I Mrs. Farmer of Kissimmee is the care last message
? : Thursday, June 27: good as Store.any and. only 25c, at CentralDrug guest of her sister, Mr. I. E. Est- to His people. Place: G. A. R. out in the rain and mud dodging death rfrora bomb and shrapnel
Mac, Mln. RaID ridge*-Sanford Herald. hall, 7:45. (Contributed ,

I,1 I, Friday .89 66 Hon. L. C. Massey of Orlando Vaa Misses' Niswonger and. Christine Miss Hedda Nova, the beautiful While you are enjoying your'evening cigar, some American soldier ,

; ; Saturday .. ... 93 71 simmee attending: to legal business in Kla- Ivey left Monday for Titusville to young Russian actress starring withJ. may be smoking his last..
Tuesday ,
'. Sunday ..., .... 97 69 take the teacher's examination. Frank Glendon in Vitagraph's'a new
'' S. S. Griffin, one of Orlando' leading < adventure serial, The Woman in the The boys in ,the trenches are risking their live for you; and yon .
..
98 74Tuesday
Monday real estate men, was here on' E: J. Harvey, cornetlsl!, of St. Web," is heroine in a thrilling sdene asked
.? ...,. 97 74 business Tuesday.. Cloud assisted the Kissimmee, band i in the, opening episode, which will be are not even to risk ,your money for them. But you are expected

f Wednesday; 92 73 .65 'I with, the Sunday afternoon concert. shown at the.Casino theater Monday.Mr. to loan your money-loan it ,at four per cent compound interest -

r 'Thursday .... 87 73 .63 FOR NT-Furnished flat with Howard Anderson who is I and Mrs. G. B. Woodall Thel-! '
modern improvements. W. B. Harris! i engagedin the highest rate the Government has ever paid.
: Gazette' office. _. !C-tll shipping watermelons at Ocala,I ma and Henry, accompanied by Mrs.
,. spent the week \1end with friends in O. B. iSiever and small daughter Ella Pledge,yourself to buy War Saving Stamp on or before
,. Commissioner,B. H. Guy of Kenan-: Kissimmee. Maude motored to Lakeland Sat-
R. A. Bartow of lmmee'waa a vine was a business. visitor in Kis urday and apent the day, returning in .
visitor in Orlando Tuesday. simmee Saturday. Mrs. Howard. Katz and small son the evening. They were the guests JUNE 28thNational ,
arrived Wednesday from Rollo, Mo.( of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Woodall of that
r 1... Y. of Sanford agent Wednesday -
; Bryan See the'' Red Cross line at Central where they have been guests of her city.
i1. in town on business Drug Store.. ',It'. guaranteed. and mother, Mrs. Fanny Powell.' ,War Savings. Day',

1 Mrs. J. K. Hilliard of Hniiard's la- what you need. Mrs\, W. S. J. Oventreet, who has
Mrs. J. R. Mallette of Savannah
,
been spending several weeks in Kis-
i> land, visited the city Tuesday, C.. E. Carlson, one 'of St. Cloud's Gao,'has arrived for an extended visit simmee, leaves today for Bartow and The1 lend the
,Ed. Hogan and family of Lousrh- prominent business men was n visitor with Mr. and Mrs. G. W, Persons. Wauchula to visit relatives. From more money you Government the sooner the war ;
here Saturday. Mrs. Mallette .is Mrs. Person'smother. will end and the less American blood will be ,
", man,motored to town Wednesday there she will go to Miami to spend shed ">i,
awhile with her son and daughter before .
Gabe White of St. Cloud was i
Attorney' L. C. Massey of Qrlando
passed through the city Wednesday. among the out-of-town visitors i-n i "The Woman in the Web," a film returning J. to her home in Rutherford , National War Savings CommitteeThis
{ N.
Kissimmee Saturday serial picturing adventure, intrigue, w. .. e--- ..,
r. A. E. Drought of St. Cloud was a mystery, vengeance and love will begin ; for
: contributed the
Mr'; MOTOR CONVEY HERE ON space winning of the
:\ business visitor to the city on Wed- Mr. and L. L. Cook of Kis- at the Casino theater next; Mon war byR.H.GRAWTHAM

,nesday. H ". . .ayrMre. simmee were among the visitors to:, day,night., SATURDAY, AFTERNOONA
Orlando yesterJay.-Reporter-Strr.,
I\ N'ar .,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,
F. W. 'Hill 'of oases : Sheldon Johnson signed up 'as one convey of eighteen{ D53ge cars """ "" -
; spent Wednesday. in town visiting Commissioner E. L. Overstreet: of Uncle Sam's navy boys last week, bearing about fifty men stopped in
friends. was in from the''' Shingle Creek section -(lin the Naval Reserve. He will report Kissimmee Saturday for'' a while en
Saturday looking after business.: to Key West.f ojr duty about the route from Camp Johnston to Tampa.
F C. Elwes of Jacksonville,who is time; '!I 10th ,of July. They attracted a good deal of atten-
This is 'when'eVery
,now living in St. .Cloud, spent Wed a man
tion on the street and a general laugh THE SATISFACTORY
should stand like a stone v'all for the I ( STOREKISSIMMEE -
nesday in town. J. W. Miller, Sheriff L. I Ingramand from the spectators followed the or.'der
fundamental principles. of our Christian 1;. R. Hlghnll left Wednesday for FLA.
"Fall out' for the entire
'I company
Red Cross the best and civilization.
tooth paste, ; '
Micanopy? on a two days' trip when for
only 25c at,Central Drug Store. One' they will,attend the State Associationof The started the soda fountains. _,u"'""", ",,,,,,,,,__,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,
:trial,wil convince Mrs. A. D. Gilbert and children left men are a part of the Automo-
you. .
; .1 I last week for Jacksonville to Join Mr. SwineGrowers. I'I bile Corps and many of their ordersare

.. Dr. J, W. Simpson left Monday for Gilbert, who is employed in a shipyard : Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Boise of St: given by signals.. They are out; IIIr:i *
Camp Crane, Allentown Pa., to resume in that city Petersburg motored to Kissimmee i I on a practice tour.FOR .
his military duties. with St. Petersburg friends to be the'1
I I :
Mrs R. O: Bowden and two chi!
guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Boise:
G. W. Persons has been unable to dren of Leesburg, arrived last week I
for few this week.
drill this week as he is suffering from: for a brief visit with her parents, a days SALEBAILEY' '
blood poisoning in Ms right leg. Mr. and Mrs. M. Cosner. Judge and Mrs. A. W. Sargent and The local board has been mailing Mrs. O. P.; Lutz spent a few hours
I I out questionnaires this week to those in Orlando Monday.
two grand-children, who have been TRANSFER LINE
'
Insist on Red Cross and know you A volunteer watermelon vine came the a who registered on June,6th..
have the best. The entire line for up in G. B, Woodall's back yard from guests of Miss Marian Sargentfor
,
; sale by Central 1 Drug; Store. I'[which he picked a melon last week their some home time at Avon left Park.Wednesday' for Kissimmee to,St. Cloud OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.
I that measured two feet in length and,
On Saturday last, II. O. Partin of Three Ford 5-Pass Can.
Touring
Let Me
weighed "pounds. "The Golden Goal rive-reel Vita. '
hundred head' a 'laiaa ._, .
Christmas, sold four One Ford Bus. Everyone should ask u- ?.
of stock cattle to J, A. ,Blackwell, I I Mrs. M. M. Armour. who is an em- graph featuring Harry Morey with ..
Florence Deshorr, will be shown at One 'Stoddard Dayton 'Track.
ployee in the postorTice at Kissimmee, : the Casino. Examine
John Chapman resigned his position Grayatone Wednesday.This One Trailer. "What
Is
is spending: a week of her vacation is said to be the characterization :,
best
in the Dollar Limit store early I at the beach, having taken rooms at My borne and famous strawberry .
,
this week and left for Ga. I of his career.
Sylvester,
Ocean Sprny. Daytona-Halifax Jour- patch and all the property I Your Eyes.

.... 'Why pay more for tooth paste when nal. Miss Louise Thomason left Wednesday have in and near St Cloud, Fla. My Share. in
you can get that Red Cross kind ,for I this week for Orlando to join a .party
Z. left
Mrs.- Roberson
en'route for Hendersonville, N. C. I have the scientific instruments
25c at the Central Drug Store It's '
Jacksonville brief visit with the War?
for for a
,
.
.In 'the party were' Mrs. Jessie Sheen
fine. for and the GLASSESfor
I determining
Mrs. C. 11. Summers. From there she of, Miami and Mrs. Sheen's niece,
Mrs. R. W. Cobb left for Jacksonville .1 will go to Asheville, N. C., to epend 1 Miss Griffin of Orlando. correcting any and all defects
", -last week'on her way to Columbia the remainder of' the summer. She I' The share of the civilian of vision, NO MATTER the nature -

summer, Tenn., where she will spend the iJ., will II.be Cauley joined of there Miami.by her" niece Mrs.I known Wood citizens Tyner, one and ofOsceola's large property well Brahma Bulls who cannot fight is to do of your ea.... If your 4


', Young Taylor, 'who purchased ther I I Mrs. G. R. Dayson and two children :' owner Shingle has Creek exchanged section for farm the H.in the W. s For SaleB. him what to President do-to pledge Wilson him asks GLASSES, call on me.do not fit you perfectly -
arrived Wednesday from Law-
Morgan Brown property west of on Morrow residence I fit 'uy'ye that to
I and has moved his responds, ,
their home in .
town, moved into his new' premises renceville.Kissimmee.11I't.to Mr. make has been 1 family in this week. Mr. 'and Mrs.' self to sare-to the utmostof light t,,,

? last week. here for some time Dayson, and has leased Morrow have taken up their rust lance F., LESTER his ability and with his You are Invited to call for consultation

F. Brocksmith of' Vincennes, Ind., the R. T'.Butler barber shop. They on their farm which contains 112 .savings, and advice.DR .
in all and
arrived last Friday to take ,the ,position will live at the Munger place on Mab- acres includes) a fine prove Headquarters Osceola
.
and of
eight acres cotton. Mr.'Tynerand .
,
: of assistant cashier of the Citizens bette street. +

, , Bank. ," C; II Funk left last week for Cape the family residents will be of valuable Kissimmee additionsto and ';Pharmacy or City Market Buy War Savings Stamps E,' S HOFFMAN

j; Hilliard,'
  • ) "others ,
    .' ','v motored down to Okeechobee in shape for thefall planting.: Among I here. , 0 ;. Occultist-Optician
    City this wek to look into the land other crops which Mr.: Funk expects
    proposition in that section. to plant will be twenty acres of, peppers CW. GRIFFIN 28 West Church Street.
    \ which, he produce well
    A party consisting'Mr. and Mrs. In that section statesl wayJ bring .a ORLANDO. FLA.
    G., W. Persons, Mrs.. J. R. Mallette good price.

    and Mrs. Schwinn motored to Tampalast John Baisden Whittler : -.- . ,- ---- ----- .
    'I week on a two days' trip.I. H. of : member Summer School : -
    I of the school board from the OOOOOOOOO OOO.OOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.O.O.OOO.Keep. ,.
    . L. Cook, former Assistant cashier
    \ : third district, 'was transacting business ., -,. .
    of the Citizens Bank, left for Orlando : in Kissimmee Monday.! Mr.
    ,'i' last Thursday week, where he has accepted Baisden! has beer* working all Okeechobee
    the same position in the Peo- 'recently, and expects tol\ move
    ple's National Bank his family to that place as soon as he Open Monday, July 1. Faith With Your

    t Mrs. J. II. Harris and daughter, can build a residence.

    'It Miss Abbie, and Mrs. Harry: Deyoreo Judge and Mrs. Geo. F. Parker and For Public School: Pupils who failed to make their Grades .
    with her two children will| move from Miss Helen Jones have returned from
    their residence in North Kissimmeethis their trip. Miss Jones and Mrs. Parker .
    week and will make their home visited in Orlando and Kissimmee Boy "Over There '
    { with Mrs. D. G. Franci when away, while Judge went to Tal RATES :

    B. F:., Lester of Montgomery Ala., lahassee and Georgia.: Miss Eliza Payable Advance ,
    a beth Parker of Kissimmee returned -
    the
    veteran cattle buyer and dispenser -
    ,of Brahma bulls, arrived in town with them.Okeechobee Call. Not over two Grammar School( Subjects, per week, . $1.25 When your boy wa so little that all> the world was a foreign

    was Tuesday accompanied from Houston by his, Texas.daughter He, The to July the..installment Red Cross falls on subscriptions due next- Three Grammar School Subjects, per weep, '.' '' . 1.50 .countrY to him. he, tru.ted'you to'take care of him. i

    Miss Caroline Lester, of Nashville, Monday and should be paid td, 'the, High School Subjects, per week, . . 1.50
    Tenn. cashier, Dr..W. B. Witherspoon. Take You tent that boy to school and to, play and'on 'your' 'littfo,errands. -
    your money to him. Do not wait for Special rates for than ,
    ; C. Voorhees of Narcoosaee was more
    and with faith he did bidding. .
    the implicit s
    in him to come to yOU for it. Nor should your
    city Wednesday on the way to one pupil from same family
    delay payment. Remember this
    his old home'in Cincinnati where he you
    '
    goes to look after business interests.Mr. is one way to help stop the wan Now we have sent your boy or your neighbor's boy,cut into a
    MARTHA BELL HARRIS, ORPHA ROSE, '
    ,*Voorhees is one of Osceola county's -
    Pastors Falls Sibert and land into terror that cannot know and his faith
    most patriotic citizens and is de- Only Instructors. foreign we even -

    voting a large portion of his time, the Witherspoon Ministerial were Association in attendance Monday on ha not faltered. He know we will do our part, and we .know he
    talent and to work
    money war acI -
    I tivities. morning. Pastor Colemftn'was out will do hi*. 1;
    of the city and Pastor Farmer is at
    Mr. L. R. Il ghfill who has been a hospital at Atlanta. Each of the '
    filling County Agent B. E. Evans' pastors present reported a consider- Are we keeping the faith) Are we scrimping and saving and

    place during the present month will able' increase of attendance at Sunday Smother giving to help')' our boy do the thing that humanity 'has asked of
    return to Gainesville Sunday, where school over the attendance of the theKaiser With .

    he will take up his original work'as preceding Sunday. -v .. them, and to help,them come back to us sine and whole? \
    boys' corn club agent for central and .
    south Florida. Although Mr. High- Mr. M. Cosner, who lives on Mab- War "
    fill has only spent one month here he bette street, informs the Gazette that Savings Stamps
    U has contrived to visit nearly every he has twenty-nine black Minorca June 28th *
    section of Osceola county and Las hens which have laid an average of Sacred treaties'are called by the Kaiser mere "scrap of paper." '
    formed of the twenty a'day since the first of .
    a hlJh'opinion agricultural eggs
    and live .stock possibilities of January., He also states that while Hi words are an example of the "Kultur" the Huns who commit

    ! this section of the state.B. eggs! have been selling in the stores unspeakable crimes against innocent women and children-the ''Kultur" National War
    recently at thirty cents a,dozen, his Savings 'Day
    E. Evans and his mother, Mrs. have been bringing forty cents right that America i i. fighting to remove forever from the world.

    'M.,A. Evans Jeft yesterday for their along, the higher price being paid for .
    former home In Newark, Ohio where his eggs because of theextra large i
    they will spend the summer Mr., Evans size. FRIDAY' JUNE 28TH Saving tp help our son*,is not to be called by the, ugly name of

    "-. resigned his position as Osceola's NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS DAY
    : sacrifice. It !i. loves blessed
    duty
    privilege.
    or
    county agent on account of ill,health. ,R. W. Storrs, editor of the De- . '
    He expects to 'recu this sum- Funiak Breeze' favored the Gazette -* t

    .; mer and return to Florida next win- with a call Saturday while in Kissim On that day every:,loyal,, American will be summoned .to prove: his : 5.
    ter, when lie will be connected with mea in the interests of cattle tick definiteamount WAR, ** t
    the research or extension work of'the eradication. Besides editing* one of patriotism by 'signing the pledge:?; by agreeing to invest in'a NATIONAL SAVINGS COMMITTEE

    state, Mr. Evans has done valuable the best newspapers'in Florida he is of War Savings Stamps each month during ,1918. : "
    work: in Osceola county and it was president of the Florida State Press '

    "' with of resignation.regret that the Both people Mr.learned Evans State Association Live Stock rnd president Sanitary,of' Board the, ,' ,.Smother. the'Kaiser. with. "Scrap of Paper", ea Jane 2&tk.' This space.contributed for.the winning of the war by ;.

    and Jtla mother have identified them.. and Is now engaged in making: a NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS: COMMITTEE
    elves with the church work: and social speaking ,tour of the state for the I< ' ' . -
    G activities of JCisslmmee and have latter cause. He arrived from 'the This space ,contributed for'ihe winning of the war by CENTRAL DRUG STORE'a' j !

    a wide circle of friend here who de Okeechobee section Saturday and ....
    plor.their departure but wish them states that the Dixie)Highway needs CUT PRICE. : CASH ..GROCERY: a I :

    a large measure of success, la,.their] considerableattention ,in-,tha direc .' . , ,. ) "
    '" ja&r field! 9t ,activity. :,L wf tion., l ..' ........ "
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    SIX, THE K1SSIMMEE'VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY JUNE 28, 1118 ;

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    .
    '- -" Peter O. Knight Says This Is


    Time To Sit Steady In Boat .

    :;}
    About i
    (Tampa Mornli Tribune, .June 17.) CHAMBERLA

    c. A reporter being in ouett of new legislation of this state and keep it

    and finding Peter O. Knight, counsel! going: along commonjsense lines. And TABLETS
    for the American International Corporation -, if I were the representatives of those
    "- now temporarily located in small counties, I would sit there till
    Philadelphia. and New York City; apparently my pants wore off' and, for the goodof
    Face! : unoccupied for the moment, the state, see that the situation is
    asked him if ho had any newt; that not changed at least at !the present is just what you need, madam. Many
    would interest the people.Mr. time. Nothing would be worse now TillS J[ troubled with a
    Knight smilingly remarkedthat than to have a reappointment of the who were indigestion,
    I' he knew of nothing that would calling of a constitutional conven biliousness and
    interest the people from a news Won We want nothing done now. sallow, muddy skin, indicating

    ar Have you .thought War' Saving Stamp beneath your dignity' standpoint particularly, but that This needs -to be let. alone for the habitual constipation, have been permanently cured
    !there was some things he wanted to present.. ,
    thai W. S. S. 'were only for your children?' say to the people of Florida prior to Suggests a Legislative Program by the use of Chamberlain's Tablets. Before using -
    Bonds only method l his returning to the North to resume "When the next legislature] meets I "
    :l Have you thought. that Liberty 'I '. were your his duties there. Mr. Knight; in after it is formally organized, it these tablets they felt miserable and despondent. ,
    ! '
    part, said: should the Ibill,
    appropriation
    of helping to finance the war? pass :
    "I am more enthusiastic and opt!: fix the expenses Of,the state government .Now: they are cheerful and happy and relish their
    No matter what your' subscription to the' Liberty Loan-War mistic about the future of Florida fix the milla '
    . than I have ever been. \, of course, levy, abolish the tax commission?and meals., 'Try them; They only cost a quarter.Chamberlain's .
    . Savings Stamps are also for you! i know that there is a pessimistic feeling also all other useless and unnecessary 'I
    amongst the people ,of South! bodies and offices,' curtail its expenses
    ., Florida, particularly just now, because generally, and impose no further Tablets
    they are not having the fictitious burdens of any,kind or character ,
    Friday June 28th prosperity that the rest of this upon any property or persons;
    r country is now having. The' peopleof then afterthls ill done' on eachmorning I
    k Florida should understand that the ;; of the week thereafter let j! .
    ' prosperity Of the rest of this countryis the constitution of the United Statesbe state; it would be performing 100 percent Join'the army behind the? Armybe -
    - % National War Savings Day absolutely ficitions, due to the fact read to.the members, and then af a war saver. *
    .I. i.1 that this country is now not only fur- ter it is read, let the legislature adjourn "So, I repeat, that all this state After all, saving is not sacrificing.Drive .
    nishing all the supplies for its own for the' day. and let this con needs in order to make it the garden
    Out Malaria Builds Up SystemO
    people, which it heretofore never half tinue for the week. During the sec- spot of the Union after The war is *
    An exact quota to population, hat been set It done, but that it is also furnishing ond week thereafter! let the consti over and have it stand pat, raise O Old$'.BUndird TABTHUtia! rnn ehlU! trarthealaa'TONIC.driVe tonle*out.
    b and child-this mean. ] .' for most of the rest of the tution of the state'of Florida be read the necessaries of life, which the M.l.r/.eorkhestbeblood.andbulld. ptb.*r -
    $20 average for each-Amerkan man woman I word, which, heretofore, it has never every morning to the members, and state can do, and remain. conservative Um.A true tonic. For adult*and chUdrcm. 00GOODTOTHE

    \ the limit, $1000 each, for those who can, to average,thote who cannot. done. This will cease when ',the war then let it adjourn for the day until just like it is."
    I is over, and then you will see hard another day, and let !this continue W. I*. 8. i LAST DROP
    i ,1 ti The goal it $2.000.000.000 (Two Billion Dollars) to be obtained times in this country. Florida, how during the! week. On the third week Mr. J. E. Mattocks has shipped .h
    ttI, this year: 1918, which meant to youAbout ever, is. simply normal, and, in 'some there should be read some good passages from Lake Gem. twenty carloads-.pi
    *.. respects, not quite nornal'In south"Florida. from the Bible each morning, melons, for which he received from
    I We shall not be hurt when and an adjournment thereafter each $200 to $600 per car. The minimum MflXWELLHOUSE
    FaceSubscribe the war is over. Upon the contrary, morning until the next day, and that price was paid for a load of melons
    we shall be helped; and you will see, ought' to continue for a week. And that were damaged en route. The'dry f
    .- I In my opinion, a great flood of Immi- then on the fourth week thereafterlet weather of the past two weeks has
    full of W. S. S., I gration from all parts of the East, someone rise in his seat and make retarded the growth of melons in
    Jor your quota North and Middle West, by people a motion that, in the name of the many sections and shipments will be
    NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE who want to make their winter homes Lord, of common sense, and for the light from now .on.-Eustis Lake ..Region. -
    here and who'want to live here per good of the people of the state the COFFEE
    _ _
    manently. Florida, by reason of its legislature should] adjourn -sine die; \*.B.s.
    soil, natural resources, great extent and then let it so adjourn. If the legislature Eat more vegetables and less meat.
    This space contributed, the winning of the war by of seacoast, and climatic conditions ] would do this, it would be Reduce tho cost by growing the Vegetables ASK YOUR GROCER ,
    is the greatest asset the UnitedStates performing a real service for the In the home garden. ,

    has. And, so far' as the investment '
    - ---- ---- ----- -- --- '- -
    LUPFER&PRATHERGARAGE of capital here la concern-
    ed, my opinion is that the 'greatest 1,
    asset that Florida has had in the
    past and up to the present time has
    been Us conservatism. There has "
    been by the people of this state a .
    greater, adherence to constitutional .
    .
    ....... ........................................ : principles, to the thoughts and theories '".. : ., ,' , ....'
    ' *f 1 *
    1' I t
    M1 of the founders of this govern ,',., .1.'" .'':,''11',',"I .X" '>.:, _.,.,,_- .. ,',' j-j.,' r ,c", ',"4'..>' ',
    -.k
    ment when they established it, than ; ;"'.'" 'j ",."" ",( / '-% ., ;
    .
    ,
    in any other state in the union. We ,' ,";'I'r", I ,)'f"J1. ;' 1 '0
    WAR SAVINGS STAMPS have never gone crazy over Florida.We . i l'1,".' : '. .. ..'"'!,, } "\
    I .'r ,
    have never had the innumerable M ; ,w4 ";)jj t
    "
    r helps] provide that "Force, force to the utmost, force wild-eyed, crazy, patch-work pieces I '.. ,-. .,.. : 'J Ii,,t r',;
    of legislation, that the ingenuity of ;',':,.' .. i" ,. .i' \
    : ..
    without stint or limit' the righteous and triumphant long-haired demagogues has placed . .,r.\il,\, .. .
    i -. the statute books of other I' . .. '.. ,.. .
    .
    which upon a
    which shall make right the law of the world wv'
    ... ,
    states, adopted by this state. And T
    President Wilson says must be used against our trust we never will, nave. WheneverI I ""., .....
    enemies. have Undertaken in the past to secure 1 ta '
    the investment of capital in this .
    ' This space contributed for the winning of the war by itate- and that has beet qui: ** often
    z -the argument ,that hau ithvnys
    I W. B. MAKINSON COMPANYFriday brought forth the monohas peen HELP J''i

    ;,, the 'statement by me that this was :
    the, most conservative state in the
    union, and that property and,I'ldivid-I
    ual rights in this state were :'
    and protected.' All' that Florida needs I STOP
    J-a.w:1e: : 2S1b.: to do at the present time Is, first, to''
    sit steady in the boat, start a cam-
    <, l 4'.'., ;:; NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS DAY paign of education and enthusiasm.to M"t ; .' ," .
    : BUY TO THE LIMIT f Induce I ".', '
    ; the people in this state. to : .THIS
    flj, f.'f ; This space contributed for:the winning of the"wart" by, N iljij raise their own hog and hominy, 'so ij .r ..
    :: ?"" 'J"" "ARNOLD) '& MocDONOUGH Jr '\9 we shall not be. sending millions!of . ': ;
    dollars out of the state for necessaries -
    of life, which this state can raise 1
    itself; and, secondly, to let the state 1I
    alone in a legislative way. Now is I i'r tF
    the last time in the world for aw
    n disturbance in the political or legis- '
    L tive conditions '
    ,"Don't Want Any Constitutional
    Plant CowPeasGrow Convention."
    "I see some little talk in some of r
    the papers about the calling of a constitutional I !
    convention. This subject'
    '" cow-peat for hay, or better still feed the crop to bobs up every once in a while. We i ,1.

    hogs and cattle and it under. The added humus do not want any constitutional con :
    or cut turn vention called; first because in chaotic I
    .' and nitrogen will be worth big' money to you. conditions such as we have at the '
    present time fundamental laws should 'I/
    not be made; and, secondly, I have ; .i
    Order Seed Now yet to hear a good reason why we ,
    .
    should have a new constitution. TKe
    statement that the constitution is old ,
    j We can supply good seed cow-peas, all popular varies' and antiquated and that a new one y
    should be made to satisfy present ,
    -a aa lies, or'mixed, at reasonable; prices. Prompt shipment\ can conditions, is, of course, rot. You :

    t, be made. Write, phone or wire for pricct. never heard of the constitution of the 4b'I 4
    United States, which was adopted in .
    1787, the greatest and grandest and '
    Independent Fertilizer Co. wisest instrument ever penned by ; I
    1 I . mortals; being called old] and antiquated i
    and that a new one should be NLT I
    JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA made to satisfy present conditions.

    For Bumper Crops Us Favorite Fertilizer The constitutional only purpose behind convention a calling is ofa so :L .5.S. !

    that this state may be reapportioned, I
    --1 .-4 and that larger cities in it may have ;
    t more ,representation, and that more
    4= men may secure positions in the leg
    r* islature.] There is no other reasons
    for it,. and so far as the good: of the .I I ;
    i state is concerned what difference
    ,

    large'does it and make unwieldy? We should legislature.not have The a \'\ S I 1

    constitution of 1885, and which, by : BUYon : :
    the way, can easily be amended every ;
    f Sign Up'on' the 28th two years, expressly provided for e ,
    only thirty-two senators and sixty- !
    eight :representatives. The house of .4.- I

    +y lUncle'Sam says: "Buy War Savings Stamps on June 28th." representatives contains in excess of ;; dime .28'
    I Y fa that number now by reason of the ,

    You are not asked to, take them all then, but to agree to. buy formation of new counties; but this .
    body should be reduced instead of In,
    I .a certain quantity of stamps before January 1, 1919. creased. Although I live in Tampaand & '
    ] KEEP HlM.OVTof'AMER.ICA .
    in a populous county, I do not ;
    WAR SA VINGS STAMPS want to see any reapportionment. We ''I I
    have had this itate remain conservative ) t. .
    They pay 4 Per cent interest compounded quarterly. :You can as a rule, because of the sober, 1 .4t
    of the
    common sense representativesand
    .get back',with interest every dollar invested in them any time ;your senators from the small middle] .

    need I" '. t -I ,....:;..,.* east and west Florida counties'' who .
    '\ ... .. .- have been willing to administer the -

    t M "'.fc .Do your duty on Jane 28th. affairs toned,' common of this sense state -way in an, in fid-fash confor- t National' War Savin' *. Committee. i iI

    &' -'TOOMER'FERTIUZER- CO. mity with the original views,of our I .
    + ;\t. WILSON I forefathers. And I, do not care .
    .
    Ideal .FertUixer. whether Suwanne* county.happen,to _
    Manufacturer r '
    -
    Y !y. f : > [rc Dealer, I have one senator and two representatives .1 . TVI it ...b.&. .4 f., ... w.....aieg .f 11M'..,.- b f
    in pra11Iath1Del'1' and Insecticide
    4':,} .3""" 'I : and that Ilillsborough and Pin- I . '
    1 : JACKSONVILLE, 'FLA, ellas together have only one senator 1 '
    _. > *" ,; and three representatives. That (imply D. G. WAGNER: :MACH Bl 0TH'SaANDERSON -
    "' -.
    .,,. .:... %' .#l',ivK. < concerns. men' who want to bold ,, :?
    ol office. It doe* not the
    r ,. .' t'0. concern pea
    "., .. '.... 5' -r;.:: ., ,'tv % I. pie of the state as a whole. Thosemail
    ,
    ' .. 'f .1,.,,' ",.,i jV; '" fiisfr1!" J.aN J.
    '":""r,, counties, sow: ; can control' the, JEWELRY CO.

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    'i. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY-GAZETTE 0oSEVIJf 1
    FRIDAY. JUNE 2ft, 1.1S ,

    r.

    .. .... .. . ............... 'metal free 'from leaks and holes, with ''dlately report any sickness In his
    REX Conservation Ruling I a strong well fitting metal top and family or among His employees to the '

    '".. -Give* our boys in the- 'Army. I RUMINATIONS OF II such top or top. must be placed securely City Marshal or City Physician.: ,j
    I over said vessel or "'....1.. .at'aU Section. It shall. b. unlawful for
    and Navy every flgthtlng chance. Effective immediately upon; publication ' times that said vessel or ,,_...1.I any person who sells or delivers milk; :
    '.*>, Pledge yourself to laito the ; n T contain any farbase.Section In bottles to' remove or accept'aucn,
    1.----; of this order notification I
    utmost or by I. Any person pr persons milk' bottles from the person to whom>> ,
    _-. of your ability to 'buy An ordinance passed by the city Clark continues as hostess to carryout County Food Administrators all hotels violating any of the provisions of this or the premises where, delivered

    4iVarSstngs. Stamps her part of the program with and public eating places shall be I ordinance, shall upon conviction be where there Is any c... of Infections
    council 159 of the revised '
    "This spacer contributed by 0 amending nn....' not more than Tea Dollars or disease on said premises. All per
    ordinance,' has cieated considerable industry and dignity.- v governed by the following rules, ;regarding imprisoned not more than Ten days' sons receiving; milk on any such premIses -
    W.
    ; : B. CRAWFORD, confusion. My information is that The store 'on Mabbette street the serving of beef.to patrons or. be punished. byboth such One and shall furnish proper receptacle
    .
    Imprisonment In the discretion of the Into which the milk shall he
    a number of tenants have been noti- known by us as the Taylor store is at I :, V. poured
    :.... .. ........ ... . . . . No shall mayor. from the original pscksire.Section .
    public eating
    tied 1 place serve .
    the presided I All ordinances of .
    by landlords to vacate their present over by a young Sec. or parts 10. The City Marshal or the
    .S ..... ........0..... ..'.. .. remises at the expiration of their lady (Jeanette Prevatt). Thatyoung'lady boiled beef at more than two meals rdlnances. In conflict herewith be, and City Physician shall at ajiy time have

    4 each week beef steak shall not be he same are. hereby repealed. the authority to take any reasonable
    ;
    present month the landlords) certainly is an adornmentto
    they (
    + ; Read a first and second time by I amount of milk or milk products from
    Make every day a thrift dayS intending to close their, dtouses at the position she. occupies-ever served at more than one meal each nanlraous consent and passed In open any dairy wagon or dsJryman engaged .

    '* and help your Government end 0 that time.. They have I suppose ex- ready for her cu.tomel'l-4llth-' week and roast-beef, hot or cold ;eeslon this 4th< day of March A. D. In delivering milk In the City of

    .* the war. day. Buy War Sar. 0 amined the details. Rex has ,not, er with Information concerning that shall .not be served at. ,more than one SEAL) P. H. LAWSON Klistmmee same ,for for Impurities the purpose or ascertain of testing -

    for* Stamp 0 therefore he has no criticisms to which she has in stock or to ,fill your meal each week.A Attest: President of Council.J. ing Its

    This ,pace contributed'' by make but Isimply tell what he has orders promptly, which cannot but ( ) For the purpose of uniform R. GILBERT, Clerk. Section, t.ardn)' person violating*
    ' & observance this Approved this tth day of June, (A. any of the provisions" of the foregoing
    GARRETT of rule public eating
    : JOHNSTON : : seen and heard. On Thursday evening please the. purchaser, and all this o 811. ordinance,., shall upon conviction be
    Rex visited his friend Geo. Da- with ia, dignity of bearing which is pieces will be allowed to serve at the JOHN a. CADRI fined not more than Twenty-five dollars ,

    : : ::.:::::::::::::: :: ris. We found that gentleman and certainly becomming. Rex know.whereof' beef mid-day hot meal or cold each on Monday Wednesday roast-and I-ft Mayor. Thirty or days Imprisoned,. or shall not be punished more than by
    his the he for .he has been ;r
    family domoclled of speaks
    in one '
    fine and imprisonment In ,
    NOTICE OF ELECTION
    : Protect your soldier with 0 nest.houses in the city}located convenient i persuaded to trade at the store in Saturday each week, stewed -bectf. I the bdr.c:;. of the Mayor, and hie

    + 0 to his work. Miss Mildred : recognition. of these qualities. boiled beef or beef hash may be In compliance with Chapter 46TS license shall be subject to revocation. ',
    savings.
    your much with served at the mid-day meal; on Thursday -! Laws of ?Florida IS** notice Is.herebyerlven 8eo. 11. All ordinances or 'parts.. of
    4 appeared pleased the Hunter's Paradise still holds and the
    War !Saving Stamps save forth each including that an election will be held at same are repealed
    . 0 This epace contributed by "* change but Mrs. Davis still thoaght as a favorite hunting ground but no week steak in any form Whittier and Ixikosee Osceola County ordinances In conflict ,herewith, be
    0 ; the old house was the best. At theupper serious matters have hamburger steak, may be Florida. In Special Tax School District Read a first and second time and
    DR. W. W. CARSON come to
    : i table Rex could discover pass served at the mid-day meal. The No. .A. on Saturday July 6th A. D. passed In open session, this 4th day'of '
    no since last but the Jun A. D. HIS.
    my near future naming these meals and the methods 1111 for the. purpose of determining .
    1 ..00..00000.000.00,000. i(Terence. That which v>'e partook may make some startling disclosures.A who shall serve aa trustees of said (HEAL) F. H. LAWSON.

    :::t*+tS..oI..... . . . ... of was prepared in the samex admira- Home Guard having been organIzed of serving beef are for the specific district for two years next after the Attest. K.,GILBERT President, Clerk. of CounciL.J. ,
    .1 purposes of making uniform the lection and to fix the number of mills '
    ble. and himself
    , manner George ap- in Kissimmee suppose we can conservation of beef and no departure 01 district school tax to be levied and Approved this. lib day ,of June. A. D.
    > The Government. needs your )J'O'' peared in the,best of spirits. consider ourselves free from foreign collected annually for the said two : Ul..
    W. S. 0 Rex feels little like item from this rule will be allowed.B . JOHN S. CADEt
    , money. Buy S. now. so writing invasion. If the could in some way yea i le-et
    ( ) Bi-products of beef such as The following are appointed to act Mayor. "
    1* This. space contribute by this' morning that hs will indulge in introduce a submarine the outfit at said election: '

    a joke to liven up on. "A father ofa would certainly be complete. oxtails liver tongues, sweet breads, Whittier: H. 8. Fertlc C.: C. Arnold ..NOTICE OF SHBRirrm SALE

    . + LEWIS O'BRYAN 0 family went north to find a bride Finding in' the Commoner (William hearts kidneys brains and tripe may and M. A. Btalllnca, Inspectors; J. B. -
    Notice Is
    be served at any meal of the week. Somersett. Clerk. b.reby Riven that under
    0 0 and having found one to suit.him, he Jennings Bryan's Admirable paper Mutton'ahd pork poultry and fish Lokosee: Oeo. Fertlc, J. B. Owens and by virtue of that certain writ of

    .00..0000.00..0..0. married her. His little mischlef- ) the following beautiful lines, and 0.C. Miller Inspectors; F. ifc. EdIs. .. execution bearing date the SSth day of
    making son, who had been left at Rex takes the liberty of giving themto may be likewise served without re- Clerk. April. Kit and Issuing out of and
    striction.C Done by order of-the Board of Pub- under the seal of the Circuit Court of
    home was told that his father was the readers of his items OaeeoIsCounty.. Florida, whicha
    > ( > Any violation of the above lie Instruction In and for the Countyof upon
    going to bring him a pew mother. Osceola State of Florida, this the judgment was recovered. IB said,
    \ If every Amer'can buys one : When the father, returned with his There 1s just one rule will be met with severe attentionby atb,day of June_ A. D. 111., .. Court by MacDonald Grocery Cora.
    the Food Administration and &CEA8d pany, a ( ae
    corporation plaintiff
    wife the little fellow.looked at her And only one "' against' C. W II. M.
    .. County Food Administrators and fitt-\ Attest! Chairman.C. .' Dann Pfann and
    i War Savings Stampon a while and then yelled out, 'Ohfath- W.hose'love shall fail me.never. thorized violationto H. TOWHLX: C. It. Hyatt as defendants, I, t* H. '
    er father' here upon discoverof Superintendent -. S-6t Ingram as sheriff of Ososola County
    just come you've Just one who lives from sun to sun
    ,/ immediately notify dealers to with Florida, have levied upon and will
    ' been fooled.i She's not new, she's olds With' constant fond endeavor. hold sales of food from such AN ORDINANCE offer for sale and aell at the Court -'
    products ,
    June 28th. it will .add 425 mil. h-11,' There is just one House of aald Osceola County Fior.ida .
    T The weather' .has been of a nature And only public eating 'places CM .are found AM 0..1...... f* Asaemd Beetles 1SS .f In the City of Klsslmmee. during -
    ? lion dollars..to our war fund., calculated one, guilty of violating these rules the Revised OrdlMaeea ef the City the legal" hours of sale on Monday, the
    f. to excite the grumbler but On earth there is no other.In (D) It is understood however .. Klealsam* .. Devesaber let. ISIS first day of July. 1'18,, the following
    copious rains have caused some modIfication Heaven a noble' work was done llelatlve te the Akallasr .. Nal_.... described property;
    f' But that is not en ugt.! We of the heat in the fore and, When God me- mother. that nothing in thi.-rule shall inter- ... t. Ike l'r *eva of Block N of W. A.
    gave
    my fere with the cale of beef dealersor Patrick's addition
    by lie Health.BB to Klislmmee City
    must pledge five times that. Our afternoons. and the' night and early meat markets on the day or days Florida. according* to a recorded platthereof
    .' -k mornings have. been all that could be ,Jf there was any argument required IT ORDAINED BT THFI'COUNCIL ;. recorded In the office of the
    : quota for the nation is. two billion de lred. to prove .the. advantages of Prohibition previous to its use, the responsibilityfor OF THE CITY OF KISSIMMEE Clerk of the Circuit. Court of Osoeola
    the observance of the rules being county. Florida, the said
    b.-
    ,
    On returning from Geo. Davis' Section .1. That Section IS* of the property
    dollars to be raised through too we it stands forth arrayed in the log levied
    I placed solely, on the public eating Revleed Ordinances of the City of Kis upon aa the property of the
    were greatly surprised at said
    1 hearing a reliable hone.tInvestlR'lltor. C. W Dann.
    t sale of'War Savings Stamps this figures presented by places serving beef as prescribed in simmee of ,December 1st. lEtS, be .
    U H. INGRAM.
    .
    voice from an auto asking if ,
    , us we who' gave account'of the foregding amended to read as follows: .S
    it-tt
    :1 ear. were going up town. On going nearerwe the millions of dollars worth of grain paragraph... "See. 169 It shall be the duty of Sheriff Osoeola. County Florida.
    w. s .
    found that the owner of the voice used in making it. An anti-prohi cannot the City Marshal wherever an excessive NOTICE<< ; OF APPLICATION FOR TAX

    ,. .. This space contributed by was friend Lutz so we had a pleasant find fault with the present high LIKE AN ELECTRIC; .growth may be of found weeds upon or' any obnoxiousplant. lot or -DEED

    journeyhome prices and still support that which BUTTON ON TOES lots. In the City and any pools of Water Notice Is hereby given" that K.: K.
    The Mueller garden and field still not only impoverishes' the consumer are or are likely to be, whether Drought, purchaser of Tax CertificatesNoa.

    r CARSON FARMER. told preeminence on Mabbette street but causes that which he would feed Tells why corn I It so painful. and to such notify lot or the lots owner be occupied, or agent or of vacant.suchowner .40. and sn, dated the (th day of
    July. A D. 1(14. has tiled
    , \ both in agricultural and horticultural his family to increase in price thus cutting makes or occupant In writing: ;. In person In* my office, and has aald made certificates application -
    says
    ense. Their corn is by far the finest producing a double infliction on all or by mall I to clear away fill and remove for tax: deed to Issue inace
    said weeds to In said
    4 we haveseen.thi, year, and the flow- concerned. Rex has not taken a drop! them grow., pools of water within or such reasonable oordance with law. *Bald certificate.

    '! j, era that decorate their garden are of spirits in several months and don time as the said City Marshal may direct embrace. situated the following in OsoelsCounty described property Flor-
    Press an electric button and ,
    you and such to ,
    .certainly beautiful ; any person failing
    know that he'feels the for Ida. to-wlti
    t: Whlat f: Will Be Your Our neighbors the Clarks remindus It... any worse -' form a contact with a live wire which comply lined' not with exceeding160.00 auch notification or imprisonment shall be Lot 11 In Block liT and Lot S In

    of 'one of those. fine old' country Our last visit to John Drawdy rings the bell. When your :hoes press not exceeding. 10 days,' and shall Block The 111 said of land the Town of St.. Cloud.
    being assessed the
    1 residences, surrounded by trees, a found that gentleman in* moderate against your corn it pushes its sharp pay the costs of clearingaway and removal date of the Issuance of said certificates at ,

    .1 t Answer'f profusion> of what. he has on the prem- health. Miss Dora well and doing roots down upon a sensitive nerve and plants of or such the cost weeds of IDling or obnoxious In such ''n the name. of W. 41. Sexton and O.
    1 shock of W. Hoffman. Unless aald '
    get a pain. certificates
    ses. The gentleman himself Rex well. Nolan you It the
    proud as a young lord >ools of water; provided that hall be redeemed according to law,
    ': has been told secured! a government over the baby: girl and said girl what Instead of trimming your corns, owner or occupant ojt aald lot or lots tax deed will issue thereon on; the lath,
    .
    . Many American ships with many contract, at ship building and is ..tpres.nt of her not quite so much on the which merely makes them grow just rails to comply with said notice (the day of July* A. D. 1515.
    cry
    CIty Marshall shall have the work
    ft"I" nt the bottom Into and ask fora J. U-
    American lives step drug sore OVKR8TREBT.
    are at ) any .
    Feroandina carrying outlaid ing order but still plenty of material done. and the ,cost thereof shall be
    (Seat\ Clerk
    ) Circuit Court
    : of the Atlantic victims of the contract In the meantime Mrs. left. quarter of an ounce of f rcoron',.Thia axed against the property affected ,

    German lust for blood. will cost but little b' t. is sufficient and a lien In favor, of the City of KI.. %County- Florida. '
    "I --- -------- ------------------------------ - -- very By: a H. BULL C. 17-it ,
    Our boys are going "over, there" to remove every hard or soft simmee be created against' the property

    S through a sea of hostile submarines Great 'Mass of Proof Retail Sugar SalesDealers corn or callus from, one's feet. A few whereon 1. said All labor.s Is performed"Section and parts ,.NOTICK.OP; .HICRII' sALE

    '.4 to fight that you. andJ: at, drops applied directly upon a tender of Ordinances In .,: rc.Ct"'r t be c.--O..I.:
    ..
    :,"i home may be safe. ;.:...;:..::.; aching corn stops the soreness Instantly and the same are, hereby. repealed.' C atF Vlorlte.. eaaty,
    Read first and second time by
    ':1i But ifwe' can do something. Ger-' Reports of 50.000 'Cases. of' Kidney in food commodities in the and noon the corn shrivels up unanimous a consent and passed In open -

    . said to us, "You cannot cross Trouble. Some. of them Kissimmee State of Florida shall conform to the so it lifts right out, root .and nil, with lessloh, this 4th day of June, A. P.UII. Crenshaw vs.Qrayatone. Brothers Produce Company
    with 'm.nl! You Cases. out pain. This drug freezone is harmless .
    Ey your rule Hotel Company.
    -it: following regarding allotmentof (SEAL. ) F. H. LAWSON.
    : fight us, because. you can- IUl'arfor use of public and never Inflames or even irritates Attest: President of Council. Notice la hereby given that under
    consumers
    . not reach us!" What shall your Each.of some 6,000 newspapers of eating places and home the surrounding skin. J. n. GILBERT. Clerk. and by virtue of an execution Issuing-
    the United States is canne'P! : Approved this (tb day of June, A. D.m out of the County: Court of Osoeola.
    beT publishing from
    answer (A ) All sales of sugar to households County. Florida In above entitled, '
    I JUNE 28TH NATIONAL WAR week to week:, names of people 4n its or individual consumers shall . 'THRIFT STAMP SONG JOHN. S. CADEU, cause on the 17th dar of April. Itlt.n .
    particular neighborhood. Who have 18-Bt Mayor favor of Mis plalntlfl and against
    t ,SAYINGS DAY be limited to not more than three 'he defendant In said cause. I have
    I/ used and recommended Doan's Kidney pounds month this Buy your'Thrift Stamps DOW, ---' evled upon the following described
    per person
    S This space contributed for the per . ORDINANCE, !
    Pills for kidney, backache weak ratio to be applied in making of sales Buy them now, buy them now.. . proy.rty In Osoeola County Florida

    f'' of the war .by kidneys, bladder troubles and urinary to the requirements,of 30 ,We will tell you how, tell you how,';U." A. Or'I...... Rea-la*lac tho Sale of tables. (4 dIning chaIr. 4side
    I ;. up a days'supply ' ...i board.. lot dishes and lot linen. '
    tITVI' MARKET' :disorders.' This meuis of'proof includes for the purchaser. Consumerswill Tell'you'how.'I"\'{ f {S' .Milk ,B the city of KI"' __ :as the property of the Graystone Hotel , .

    over 60,000 recommendations. be allowed to purchase at tbli Save your quarters nickels dimes' -- COUNCIL Company defendant and I will on
    - Kissimmee is 110'exception. Here -is Save your money now's ;your time. BB ORDAINED BT THE) : the first day of II'a.i? 1S. the same
    ratio a thirty days' au'ply of sugar, ..OF THE CITY OF KISSIMMEE being the rule day month, offer
    one of the Kissimmeecases: but in all Go down in your jeans till you know for sale
    . cases when the full thirty Section 1.: No person himself or .. at public outcry between the
    ,, ; -.o..O. .......... J. E. Pass, Bermuda Ave., says day requirements is bought at onetime what it means the servant or agent of another shall legal bours of sale at the Oraystone
    "I have 'used Doan's Kidney Pills off ,, the consumer shall not make To make a sacrifice-pay. the price. sell or deliver or have In hi. cu.todyor. Hotel situated on Broadway In KIsslmmse. -
    Our'IDen in the trenches and the possession with Intent to sell or Osoeola County Florida, the
    and on for five or six years and I another purchase from Pay price. said mentioned property and sell the

    * In 'the submarine ,chasers are know they are a remedy of merit. I of his city or county.any groceryman You can do'it if you try. until deliver.any such person milk shall or milk have first products obtained ame' to the highest and. beat bidderTor
    5 '
    . have had kidney trouble for several Do it now not bye and bye. license therefor. In the sum cash.
    ;
    doing their part Are. you do- (B) The retailer will be allowedto a i* H. man AW, ,
    .. rears and at times I suffered s sere- make sales on the above basis to CHORUSDo af Twenty-five cents for each milk Sheriff Osceola Florida .

    ,Ing your part Buy ly with a. lame and. aching back. householders or individual consumersof your bit, do your bit, take a dare cow so from sold which or offered milk for or sale milk after productsIs application By J. ROOT. CAMI'BEI.L, ."

    War Doan's Kidney Pills .have benefitted the weekly requirements of the Do your share 'or beware. for such license has been ap- Deputy Sheriff '

    ,. Savings me whenever an attack has come on. purchaser but in all cases must act For the Huns are coming our land preyed by the Board of Health of said Altman Attys.A Morrow.for Plaintiffs5It.'
    herein shall
    City. Ths term
    I keep ,a of Dora's in the o'er running. person
    supply
    with discretion in making such sales Individual Individuals
    I Include any Or '
    Stamps house all the time, and am glad to and shall refuse to..make"such sales Unless you stop them so take care flrm or corporation. NOTICE) Or ADMINISTRATOR
    recommend then." Buy a Stamp buy a Stamp just a Section. S, All dairymen shall Immediately (For PluS I> .."rsre)
    unless thepurchaser is well knownto Thrift War notify the City Marshal when Is C.... eC Ce..tr .....eo ..t.te1/
    The ( Savings
    Stamp.
    to your ntomst capacity., above statement; was rfven him' and the retailer' is satisfied or any additional cows are added to their Flerlda. Oereelsi C....,..
    : February 22, 1911 and on March 26, .that no Impoeition is being practiced. Uncle Sam needs money, can ke counton dairy herds and license as above setout I. re'Estate ef William Weckerlyi .

    , This space contributed b) 1918Mr. Bass said: I gladly ropeat (C) Public eating places will be you! shall be obtained beforemilk or Notice Is hereby given te all whom
    When lick lick thKailser milk products from such additionalcow It may concern that on the 10th day
    what I said in praise of Doai.'s Kid you a stamp you
    MRS. HARTNETTBuyW. allowed to at the above .
    purchase of
    D.
    sugar or cows la offered for sale In said September. A. tlll".1 shall apply
    ' ney Pills. They entirely cured me ratio calculating three pounds. of too. Clt)'. to the Honorable T. M. Murphy Judge.
    of kidney complaint and my cure. has for each ninety.. meals'served.In Please tell Uncle Sam Uncle Sam Section S. No dairyman shall be allowed of said Court. .. Judsrs of Probate, for
    permanent" sugar Uncle Sam to sell or offer for sale milk or my final discharge as Administrator of
    proven making sales to public eating places milk In the City of Kissim the estate of II ..
    products.
    Price 60c. at all dealers Don'tsimply dealers should limit their salesto That we're sure we can, sure we" c.n. In.... until all dairy stock over six ceased and that at 't'b.w.c :rll.m.i. ..

    ask frr kidney remedy-get surewe I can, will to said Court final .
    a the semi-monthly requirements of months old owned by such dairyman present my accounts
    Doen' 'Kidney'' Pills-the same that Buy all the stamps be wants us to, shall have been tested by a veterinarian a. Administrator of said estate,
    'S. s. S such eating places but event that .
    in approved by the City Council' said and ask for their approval.Dated .
    To cheer and not blue
    :. Mr. Bass had. Foster. Mijtmrn the public eating place is Isolated up get test to be made with Tuberculin. Each Und April. .A. D. 1615.

    Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo'NJ Y. or a long distance from the point oi Tell{ him not to worry any more, anymore cow so tested shall be marked In sucha A. K.! DROUGHT, .

    w. .. e way as to Indicate that she has been f-lamlmo.. Administrator.NOTICB .
    purchase a thirty days' supply may Inspected and approved by such veterinarian .
    We know what they're for whathey're
    . FRIDAY OF ADMINISTRATOR
    "ENLIST IN THE .GREAT ARMY be. purchased.. and may be re-tested a.often .
    theta
    Fer Flul
    for Disek.rgs> ) '
    : JUNI3,28' OF'WAR SAVERS"-M'ADOO (D) Home canners or persons who Ut him send them, right away but shall as be a tested not deemed teas than necessary once, !. C.... ef C..mmtr Je...... State oC ,

    . are preserving. fruits and vegetablesfor We wjll do our best today. In each :year.. The fee for such test Flerida., Oeeel <....1'.
    f.: re Kstate Kreel Dealt
    their own consumption and not shall be paid by the owners of the
    Washington June 21.-Secretary Notice Is .1"'.... to all 'whom
    . National War Savings Day McAdoo today issued the. following for sale, will be allowed to purchasenot The OukriM That DOM Not Affect ttsHssdBennee stock test any tested.cow Is If found upon to Inspection be diseased and It may b..r.bf on t'ie Shut day

    ' appeal in the War Savings campaign:: more than twenty-five pounds of of It. tonIc and laxative effect.JLAIA.TIVK .- with tuberculosis the condemned cow of September. A. D. 1111.1.1 shell apply '
    : This, space. contributed )by of sugar for such preserving purposes BKOUO QUINIM8!.better than ordlsaryQnlnine or cows shall be branded with the letters to: the Honorable T. M. Murphy. Juitne
    "Over eight 'hundred thousand ot said Court as Judsre of Probate, for
    and does not canee BerouaMM DOr T. B. and It shell be the duty ol
    each of
    but this
    M. America' eons are already on the purchase kind must ""aiD.la heed. Remember the fall name end the owner to remove such condemned my: final .discharge .. Adirlnlatratof
    .: TILLR'J fields of France where the bloodiest b<* made on the regular preserving look iff* the sicnstnre ol B. W. QUO VS. We. animals from his premises and kill or of the estate of Fred Deal d... i certificate issued for the use of home otherwise dl...... ef .a..... and that at the same time T will present P
    attacks of all history are raging. Section 4. ., No much cow shall be to said Court ray final aecoun4aaa
    and for 'Us canners and the preservers. All purchases ADVERTISEMENTS the City Administrator of aald estate and
    They are suffering dying LEGAL sold or offered for sale within
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    at home. They are giving their lives of sugar for preserving purposes Limits ef Kissimmee, until said cowr ask for their approval.Dated .
    in of twenty-five have been Inspected as hereinbefore April D. 111.
    excess pounds cows IIndhA.
    freely and heroically to save America and the vendor of A. S

    W. S. S. and liberties of mankind. They will be.considered as requirement for NOTICES OF BLSCjCTIOK any such< specified cow or cows shall furnish a.eriiflcatS -lam6me.. .' , Administrator" '.
    ! Buy commercial preserving and must be _
    sold.
    need food clothing and arms Everyone whth eaeh cow NOTICE OF EXECUTOR:
    who War obtained under the regular manufac- fn compliance. with Chapter 467lwat Sectlos i. He milk or milk predvots (Fee Fiscal Discharge)
    buys Savings Stamps
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    turers' certificates issued ,.r Florida III' notice le hereby te be offered for sale In the Cl" ofKlsslmmse
    or signs a pledge to save and buy upon application election. will b. held .t shall b. handled In anyplace
    given that an '
    FRIDAY-! these, stamps over a period .of time to the office of the .Federal Center. Park. Osceola Couaty Florida, where such milk will be liableko IB Ceer* .f Ce>BBty eif'Jadge.. OeeelCeBBtr . 4
    State Flerldm.
    .
    Administrator.E District No. 8. and :>
    helps himself and directly Food In Special Tax School becemecontaminated. dairy 4
    helps Saturday, July 6th. A. D. 1 1S. 'to cattle shall not be pastured where -
    the above rule
    in on
    American hero in France. I.n'tthis ) Nothing shall other !. re Estate of E.l.al. Meawleyi .
    every the purpose of determiningwho there are streams ponds er water :
    JUNE 28 the least'each patriot can do toenable wity change the fixed margins of pro. .rve aa school trustees of said. district found to, be contaminated with 'Notice is hereby given to all whem
    fit for retailers in sugar, and all dealers for two years next after the .1.0-. .ew.g. It may concern that on "the liar day
    .. our gallant boys to light victoriously number of millsof All shall be re- of A. D. iiis, I shall apply to the
    ( tlon. and to fix the Section t. dairymen
    are specifically
    National War' Savings :Day or' to die gloriously in the ajid consumers district' school tax to bei, levied and qalred to keep their premises In a honorable T. M. Marphr, Judge of said
    cause of humanity and liberty T Let cautioned against evasion or violationof collected .aanually for the said two clean and sanitary condition and al court aa Judge of Probate, for my
    : This Space c..,....... By j no one who genuinely-loves America this' rule and the violation of the .re. persons employed In tho handling of final discharge as. Executor of the
    rude governing" amount of allowed The followingare appointed to a..tat milk or milk products shall keep estate of LJssle Moseley: deceased: and
    W. THOMPSON and wants to sarv fail to enlist in sugar said election J. A. parkley. J M. themselves clean. All wells springsand that at the same time I will present
    the great army of war. savers during to be kept on hand. County Sharp and H. V. I'artin.'in.peCtOrU; C. cisterns supplying: water for the my final. accounts ..) Executor ef said
    t the period end 'June 28 1918." Food Administrators will be required 8. Partin. cI.rk. use of dairy stock shall be reasonablyfree .estate and ask for their approval.
    ?
    i ,. r _ ._ l1g .to.exercise vigilance in detecting Don by erder of the Board of Public from any aou-. of possible In- .Dated. January.' SSth. A.'D. HIS.jsoaussTON .
    : W. .. 81. ,
    0< I Instruction In the County fection.: All utensiLs used In milkingshould vriLBotmw.
    A large caliber silo filled to the cases of hoarding and all such cases of Osceola, State :rdF.4' this 6thAM be
    is 'of when will result in most ds3 .f June. A. may be thoroughly stsrlllsed before -
    muzzle one; the farmers' best DvlflAgl wAttesti they
    ::4 Remember t the in .NOTICES. OF EXECUTOR
    men our defenses against Prussian success. drastic operation of the' 'lawfor, '" punishing Chall'lItan.O. netag. Sanitary milk palls must
    ,Amy and Navy do not expect Defended by, a herd of cattle. hisposition such violators. .n TOWELL. be AH U.ed utensils. "Including- bottles for !. Covr. .. Cewaty Jmim*. Oeeeels) ,,
    W. S. S. . . U.1t ,Ce Bty. State of Flertea.I ..,
    be thoroughlycleanaed
    '_ _ luxuries. Should we at home' ; is impregnable. Superintendent delivery of milk must

    expect them? Buynecessities w. .. ., free and from sterilized files and and kept until In aplace vs Relate of JehjB- -W. ....... ,
    ORDIWAKCBAa << duet
    and sat also' serve* who. stays and used.' The Qty Physician and the Notice Is hereby given, to all wkOM
    .;> ''i OrdlMMO Reg.Iatlthe Klsid''J.( City Marshal shall designate what It may concern, that on the lat day of
    sanitary ,regulations , the Ilonerable T. M. Murphy, Judge ofaald
    WaSalngsSfas' Judge ,
    .
    Section 7. All milk ,W..OII..ee4 In Court. of Probate for
    I 'WWAVUIGS BB 'IT ORDAINED BT TIlE COUNCIL. p the delivery of such milk aad milk my final discharge as Bceeutor of the
    r / I 4ssusaavma .. OF THE CITY OF KI83IMMKB: products shall havethe name of the; estate of John W. Smith, deceased
    This space contributed by: ,I UNITED rTATWCOVBKKMENT ', all vessels aced for owner or proprietor dairy; pafnted I and that at the same time I will present .,." "
    Section 1.. That anal accounts aa :Kxeoutor .f 1 ,
    In prominent letters, 'and all I my tIfI
    I- S the. reception of garbage. III the Ctt"? thereon shall be kept neat and I said' estate and ask for their i approval. .- .. ..
    "LAWSONh ,
    : each wagons,
    ; : : of sufficient s
    be -
    .
    F. H., ; S of Rlsslmmee must ; Dated .January II.lasslss .' 11 ;
    .. L ocean- u --
    I handling of such 'rt
    ; : , :: : --2' ,. .l*e to ,In.UN'tb. manner ana.t- a.opoi-i---aen dairyman er" etnploye -, loti THVRftOlf ....8M ;t".) :

    NA,'*'A' -; "p Sust.le ionstructed 'of" somo durable, ,': : ,of,. \I0 U,.dairyman ..shall >mme-,!- ;i-...; $..,.j.- . p:_ : 0'
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    :_ : Kaiser. ,
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    EIGHT THE KUSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1918 '
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    ...........O.O. "v-0"e"frfr<". H O.O. nd .the Woodmen lodge assembled.in .ATTEND, STATE ENCAMPMENTMiss .BEWARE I / According to* the International I ,
    the banquet hall. Here a deliciousIce Two German spies are known to Service, the city clerk- at Wich-
    I course was served from the attractively Inez Carson sponsor for the be operating in this vicinity. For ita, Kansas, in making reports of JII JIINews 'i! ;'
    $ decorated table. The decorations Kissimmee Patriotic League, left on births, no longer asks the physician--' '
    Notes description, etc., apply to Casino
    Monday in for to at.
    | & Society a 'car Daytona '' "soldier or b'
    were very appropriately tend the state encampment of that theater any Monday night. "Boy or girl, but, nurse. :
    bamboo with the .
    combined greenery
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    i organization. She was accompanied - -- :
    colors. :
    (Mr., E. E. Well, Editor) national The Woodmen Circle is one of the I jbr her mother, Mrs. C. A. Carson; .y, 0 ,
    I I Mrs. P. K., Weaver, also Misses Mathtie w '
    most prosperous lodges in Kisgimmee '

    Request Is made to all patron of Ute .Valley Gazette to tend item..f and has Mrs recently Tom received Ellis, Mrs.into Verner membership ,; (I-Gardner.i Stanford all, l league Dorothy girls J i Wells, and Minkle Miss WILD OR ORNAMENTAL ;,

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    rDuniels.
    S.dety Events Jo the Editor for publication in the. eolum Ellis .Miss Ruby Ellis; Mrs. J. D.' The party will make their headquarters }
    CASTOR' BEANS
    Jeffords, Mrs. Susie Watson and MrsPansy t the Daytona Beach hotel

    'YT AAAAA T T .A TTT ' 6&" . 6. . 66. . . . .6. . 6Ae. . . 6. . Overstreet.W.. s.I .. .-..- and;will' not return before next Mon. WANTED ..' '. .
    .. day
    "Speak Up, Ike," when Olin Sibert w. .
    I \ FOR- SOLDIER BOYS 'I I : s er i i
    ., HOME TALENT' I'LAY NETTED ] took the the silent'Ike '" "
    ) part was
    $80 FOR ORPHANS .[ 1- 1 CHRISTIAN CHURCH Until further'notice we will pay FIVE CENTS PER POUND for
    heartily applauded.A telephone
    j courtship .and a ukelele, special by Mrs. D., G. Francis entertained at 10:00: -Sunday school. ripe castor beans of any kind, for immediate delivery.

    '"Way Down South In Dixie/' a Messrs. Eddie. Lancaster Prator Gilbert her home on Emmett street Monday '1100; -Sermon. This offer includes all varieties of Palma Christ!, ornamental and i I
    honor of Law Johnson
    black-face comedy arranged by Miss Walter Bass .and Leroy Lesley : and evening Nelson in Makinson, who are soon 8:491-YS.7:30-Sermon.:. C.' E. wild castor beans. The only requirement i i. that the beans shall be ;
    t Elizabeth Aultman and produced by a medley'of popular songs gave CLEAN '
    Kissimmee to enter military RIPE AND DRY.
    leaving
    each
    Prayer ,meeting Wednesday
    her expression class and other local spice to the scene. Eddie Lancaster'ssong i
    talent, Tuesdar' night netted nearly "Somebody's Done. Me Wrong" service The people enjoyed. singing evening at 7:30. L; A. S. each Thurs. WE PAY THE FREIGHT \
    $80 be presented to the' brought to' light a typical weapon, a young day.Junior '
    Orphans' Horn at Jacksonville.The razor. This feature was very popu popular songs till and late friendlyinformalchatting hour when fruit C. E each Friday'at 9:00' The price offered it: for SHELLED: beans,' with the hull removed, i
    entertainment was'a very lar with the audience. a e. m. delivered railroad of less than
    and Hooverized cakes were at your nearest statioq.'in quantities not
    j; clever production which pictured nest The story closed happily by Miss: punch t Young Ladies' Circle meets each
    \ served. ." second Sunday. '.*-. 100 pounds in any shipment. We will however, accept UN-SHELLED

    the! close in'of the the south war as as history; andy home Snow again agreeing and everybody take her joined husband in The -guesta included. Misses Amy 'C.; W. B. M. meets the first Friday beans (non-poppers) and will pay for the net weight of the beans after "

    fiction describe it, weaving scenes and the'' second:wedding ceremony, which Gussie Makinson Winn, Lois'and Johnson Abbie-Harris, Grr.ce, nnd and In each month. hulling and cleaning. less an allowance* of !J/Jc per poupd to. cover .
    t connected := ended in One of the i Church Board meets first Sunday estimated of hulling 'on hulls and stems -
    characters into a narra general hilarity. Messrs Lacy Johnson, Nelson Mak afternoon each month. .. cost ;extra freight ; etc.
    r Live 'Familiar poems in negro ,dialect best features of the evening was the ''
    "f were introduced, motion songs watermelon pantomime participatedin inson Verne. Wilson' end lIenry'Singeltary. You are cordially invited to our Boys and Girls can earn W. S. S. MoneyBoys

    and effective The rep by twelve small girls dressed as services. \
    artee and fjntomimes.exceptionally gold dust twins. This number was + W.. S. 8. .. 28-tf W. HI, Coleman, Pastor., and girls may earn money for the Red'Cross, for buying )

    ',fresh and were-well received by wonderfully' done and a !hearty applause I PLEASANT FAMILY REUNION .. War Savings Stamps, or for themselves, by gathering castor beans from I

    the 'audience. brought back the small artists I I scattered bushes and patches. Nor is this work limited to the boys and.
    The opening number was a rend who appeared each carrying a huge + Classified
    Advertisements
    girls. Let who has wild beans gather and ship same at .
    ing, "The Sicilian Captive," by Miss slice of this favorite of the south. Mrs. Sarah Prevail had the pleas., anyone once.Don't .1
    w Gertrude McKay, in picturesque cos The little misses taking part in the ure of entertaining at dinner last let a single castor bean go.to waste. They are needed badly..

    4 tume. This reading had a musical pantomime were Joy. Patsy and Carol Sundey her two sons, Jennings and LOST-Four War Savings Stamp! A' for both war and commercial purposes.
    f accompaniment which was played by I Makinson, Virginia and Geraldine i: Joe, home on a furlough, her daughter suitably reward Will be paid for their Write immediately for further details
    Mrs. Crlner. The number was very Lesley, Jack Aultman, Ruth Harvey, i Mrs. Mattie Byrd, and son, a return. Mrs. Henry Aultman 2S-1 j
    effective.The +I I Helen Winn, (Eleanor Rosen, Leha her
    : daughter, Miss Jeanette "Prevail FOR SALB+Upright piano: One 'to.e HELM &, WALKERLawyers
    foreword by Milton Pledger I McCranie, Evelyn Elam and. Olivine son, Charles Prevatt and wife .and and In first clans condition. Will' ,1
    ; '"' explained the purpose of the pro. II Savage. son all of her immediate family. sell at bargain. Call XII Emmet Building Miami Florida
    #, gram. I The costumes and make-up of the Other relatives who were guests for ti
    The'' first scene showed the home cast were quite'out of theordinaryfor the day were Mrs. Netta Bass and WANTED Job -Machinist) must tm (good i
    I shop man. STANTON FDY.
    life of Eve Snow and her recalcitrant I amateur performers and were in I son, Hudson, and Mrs. Fanny Rober- iiCHY. CO., Palatka' Fla. t6-ltN'ILL A
    husband, their friends, Sis Haley and I perfect harmony with the theme. son. A number of friends called dur f
    .. Aunt Dinah and Uncle Pete and even Between the scenes humorous readIngs ing the afternoon to take part in this TRADE! or exchange city prop "4
    Miss Julie. The omniprcscent wash I I were given by Miss Margaret pleasant event J.ulT neglected at every opportunity, Stanford and Eleanor Rosen and the w. .. a.--
    y,. the little picaninnies running' in and closing chorus, Dixie, when the entire FOR HALB-tRunabout Auto; In good Bargains In Suits :
    out made the scene a rcalUtic one. cast appeared on the stage 'all con- \ NEW SMILEAGE BOOK. COMMITTEE T ale.runningorder 2X1 Emmett; bio bargain street. for quick ,
    Then James M. Willson AS Uncle I tributed to this entertaining evening. J ORGANIZED I
    Pete, entertained the audience with 'Taken as a whole the entertainment FOR BALEone'h"y! work horse,
    We have few good second hand purchased from
    harness and a suits 'J
    CHEAP.
    old southern melodies his Bock. mmittee wagon STOUT
    own .ac was one of merit and one that A new Smileage LUMBER COMPANY. .
    ,companiment 'on a guitar and little I could be reproduced with pleasureand has been organized to carry oh the IT'U men going to the front, which have been thoroughly clean. !
    Dorothy Frances Pherigo, quite unconscious j benefit in any community as a work of providing suitable amuse FARMERS-Send today for a free sample -

    of the onlookers, danced historical production-of the fast van- ment for the soldier boys by sending Stockman copy of, published the Florida at Jacksonville.Farmer and ed and pressed, and will be sold at exceptional bargainsSnyder's j
    and played as her fancy dictated. ishing past. them these books which pay their admission Tells about livestock raising, dairy r .
    This wee artist seemed to be the hit The principal characters of the to the Liberty theaters in the Ing-, poultry citrus fruit and trucking '

    of :the evening cast .were: -' . encampments.Mrs. three, twice years a for month$1.00.at hoc Only per livestock year- Pressing Club ,::
    The curtain to the second scene Mr; Pledger, Brer Daniels. James M. Willson, jr., is the I and general farming paper In the .
    1,11 sf, aroie on a camp meetin showing the Miss Rhea Pherigo, Eve Snow. county 'chairman for this work and state. WrIte today. \

    people as they assembled. Then the Mrs. Pherigo, Mammy Rachel.Jo the first committee collected $100 for FOR RENT-Furnl.hed
    t: Brer Daniel ', (Milton Pledger) nn- Makinson, Nels Snow. books, thirty of which were placedin apartments for light housekeeping rooms or
    pounced the singing and Misses Claire Porchie Pherigx, Aunt Dinah. the' hands of Kissimmee's boys at In modern, convenient house, close in.
    Hathaway and lihea Pherigo, Messrs. Gertrude McKay, Miss Julie. Camp Wheeler, as coming directly Mrs. E. K.: Wells. Real Estate and insurance -
    lU
    James Willson, jr., and Walter Bass James M. Willson, jr., Uncle Pete. from the committee,' and others were |Mabbette St. Phone 241. ) ,

    sang the old camp, meeting songs Miss Claire Hathaway, Miss Lillie. sent by relatives to individuals. The FOR SALE-nalley's Bus Line. KIsslmmee FOR QUICK SALE OR TRADE .
    while the congregation swayed and White. committee has" some $17 more to be I to St. Cloud 3 E-paisenger
    shouted or Joined In the refrains.. Amy Makinson, Emmaline Brown. sent off within a few days. 8toddard Ford touring. Dayton cars Truck; 1 Ford bus; 1
    The collection came next and was I Willamette Sibert, Caroline Snow. The personnel of the new committee Paying business; good ; reason 1 Trailer.for Fire Passenger BUICK TOURING CAR, Model C...37; first claw
    continued by exhortations of the Olin Sibert, Ike Jones. follows: Sponsor, Mrs. J. Wade selling. J. F. Bailey. '
    preacher till the desired. amount was Dorothy Pherigo, Jlmmie Snow. Tucker; local chairman, .Miss Maude LOST-Last- Saturday, a pair of condition Tires new, will sell at a bargain for cash or will trade for I I

    reached Eddie Lancaster, Parson Jinglejaw, Alice Wagner; Miss Amy Makinson, ;, taclea. round dark celluloid lenses spc-c-, second >land Ford::' Not particular ss to condition of l Ford I
    The sermon; taken from one of the Walter Bass, Brother Jones. Mrs. Sam Lupfer, Miss Ethyl Rober. with gold rims Reward It return-. .' ."' ... "h" at
    best southern writers and said ft Leroy Lesley, the wicked deacon. son, Mrs.,W, J, Saupe and Miss Adah wed to M. W..Morrow. ., it-It ...:',4 waat t.-an same for.Track: Ill yon mesa business' addressBox :;,. '..,. ,
    have been Prator Gilbert John '' '" nn' > "' .vtfi ." '
    quoted from life, was a Henry. I !! C.Wagner. FOR BAtLE-Elght: 11 '
    rousing one. and brought the sinners Miss Margaret Stanford, the tall, w. s. s.-- cleared and under fence acres: ;X acres acres In NO' 178
    ,. to the mourners' bench. Then the long brown-skinned gal.'Miss Mrs Emaline Nobles, one of Osce- bearing orange grove; $2,000 worth St. Cloud Fla.
    r moaning and the shouting ceased and ,. Alma Cooper, Snow Drop 'ola's pioneer residents, who died at of room cypress'house: timber and kitchen on tract Also: four-CO ;
    L Miss Alpha Westfall as 'Lijah Simmons Brown. : her home in Boggy creek section on head of cattlff and a good bunch of ze-4r
    1 recited "De Lil Brack Sheep." W. 8,S. Thursday it The reader upon her knees with upraised ' +' 81st year. She leaves a son, B. R. Farming; tools and I Implement. Loot ---

    face and lifted hands, the PYTHIAN SISTERS ENJOY, Nobles, and a daughter, Mrs. W. N. cased\ cash near balance Kenansvllle.terms Price to suit.S600.B. see .etsla
    weird Betting to the picture gave I OUTING 1 Ward, both of Boggy .creek section, If. Guy kenan.ville. Fla.. 2-tf
    wonderful force to this really beau. + and W. L. Nobles of White City.
    ?, .tiful poem. On Thursday of last week the Rev. O. B. Falls conducted funeral FOR SALE! CHEAP-I Intend to sell
    %. Theltreet, scene was full of life, Pythian Sisters motored to Conwayfor services over the remains Friday afternoon .If both 'of my bungalows right away. Osceola Hardware Co.
    are Interested In real
    l you bargain
    showing the young men of leisure, the afternoon to enjoy a swim in and interment was made in writ to me about them a or call ,
    , the usual crowd of street urchins ink the lake and a bountiful picnic sup East Lake cemetery. to see me. The Currle ''residence Is
    their games of monkey motions and w. s. s.--- located on Verona St., has two lots.
    per.This collision at Lake a nice six-room cottage large workshop
    pleasant event was attendedby Last Wednesday's
    OlinaSibert good garage, nice lawn, excel Located
    'y sang a song of the about forty members of the lodge Alfred between an automobile an lent flowing well. Price right. The on Kissimmee'sBVS
    "Southern Gal"; Miss Amy Makin. and their A. C. L. train has proved fatal to the Red Bungalow, corner Mabbette and lEST -CORNER o'I '
    y son and Walter Bass lead off in an friends.w.. >.s.J fourth of the six occupants of the Bermuda new, never occupied good
    action song followed by the crowd machine, M. L. Anderson dying from size Interested lot built of In best either material.of these Anyone
    .which culminated in "De Strutters' WOODMAN CIRCLE PROS- f Ills injuries early yesterday morningat properties with real Intention to buy
    } Ball. Then Llllie White, the ladyof J, PEKING | the Lakeland hospital. He was 49 can buy them low below their value I
    fashion and her daughter minced and leaves a widow and nine children. and arrange any reasonable terms.Chu .
    ;A down the street Miss Cornelia Lan. The Wooman Circle lodge the aux- The body has been shipped to Ander Orlando P. Fla Dow, 11 Bo., Orange Ave...t(.

    caster comes upon John Henry (Jack iliary to the Woodmen of-the 'World, son's home at Venus, near Englewood LineUp and li
    Aultman) and gives the Inimitable held a 'well attended meeting on where it will be buried. G. C. DWELLINGS TilleI' for rent. Apply to M ; Sign Upon

    k reading by that title, "John Henry. Tuesday night of last week at their Anderson, nephew of the dead man, :,
    In the closing seen Mr; Snow becomes hall when Mrs. Julius Smith was Ini- and Miss Lillian S.lIIvan1 of Tampa, FOR SALE)-Second-hand Ford cars
    '
    i_ repentant but fails to get in tiated into the mysteries of the order.A are still in danger, although their at attractive prices. Osceola. MotorCo.
    home again truly fraternal social hour followed condition is such that they Jflay;recover ., SOT Broadway.BAILEY'S . June 28thEnlist

    Miss Williametta Sibert's reading when the members) of the circle :Tampa Times, 24th. AUTO SERVICE! Kissimmeeto

    St. Cloud 10 a. m. 1 and 7:10
    p. m. St. Cloud to Kissimmee 8 a. m..
    h
    m. and 6:10 p. m. Central Drug;
    t Store. Kissimmee Phone 41: Marine' a* a war saver in the great "army that stays at home"=- the
    Drug Store Bt. Cloud, Phone 61;

    for Residence hire. Bailey's Bt. Cloud transfer phone S8. Cars 16tf .econd line of'defense behind our 1 boys in the first line trenches.}


    Teach the Children Thrift !. Ctrr.. ,.lt CevsttvChaaeery.JMdlvlal C..pt. State Clrralt.ef- FI.e1Js Oeeeela. -.-Sev.tk . The Government. has II officially. set Friday June 28th. as


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    1 Ml;''"or. V. C...*.:: ... *.. M.. 1':.._ National 1 War Savings DayBe
    1i .... B .1) M lI.y. and l.t..r..tlo1
    i. Don't hide 'away the baby's pennies in a t.y bank. Put them .flt..1 ad .ir.a t... a C.rperatl., ..
    Defed.ats.It ready to step forward on that day and prove YOUf patriotism.You .
    to work.Invest in Thrift and War Savings Stamps, and watch the ". appearing by affidavit. appended
    ( to the bill (lied In the above-stated
    summoned on Friday, June 2l8th, to "sign the
    investment causes that International Steel andIron pledge"toagree
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    ,,, grow. Company, a corporation, of
    ",:-. the defendants therein : 'dnr. a to invest in a definite amount of War Savings Stamps each
    Bonds the best investment the '
    for 'baby.
    Baby are << non-resident of the State of Florida, r,
    and Is a resident of KvannvlllB. In-
    ,
    '.. Let -your children learn what .it means to have money out at dianalt Is therefore ordered that ..aldnonre.ldent month during 1918. It I .
    Yr
    defendant and he Is v.
    interest Teach them patriotism. Make them feel that they too, can hereby required to appear to the Mil 4
    complaint. filed In said cause on or
    W. S. S. Cost $4.17 i iql June
    ,
    their i before Monday the Bth day of August,
    do something for government. A. D. 118. otherwise the allegations I
    of said bill will be taken a* confessedby Worth $5.00 Jam. 1st, 1923. '
    Whe.n their. War.Savings Stamps, l bought from money they otherwise said defendant. ,.
    It It U further ordered that this orderbe
    'ay would have wasted due five from the little published once a week for. four f
    come now :
    years
    : ; coneecutlve weeks"In the KissimmeeValley Be Ready to Go the Limit-UBS Up and Sip Up on Jose :28Uu
    .: : folks then .larger will thank their lucky stars that they had Gazette, a newspaper..publlsh ..
    h;> grown ed In said county and- state.This NATIONAL WAR. SAVINGS COMMITTEE '
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    ; I 11th June. A. D. 1(18.
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    r' .l ? { parents who' taught them thrift I' ; j' da1..f OVERSTREET.Ct '
    ( Ct.. Seal) Clerk Circuit .Court
    '. W ';" '- KRIBBS STEED. , This space contributed for the winning of the.War by '
    Solicitors tor Complainant. ill-4t
    '-" ; ,,:.... .\.. : .J .:, kr' j This space paid for and donated by.' .if- :! ': ', : }

    , tf r WOTICF1 .
    .y I The Board ot Count Commissionersof "
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    Osceola County, Florida will meet
    ; Bank as an equalisation board at their regular -
    A ; j Citizens of ..Kissimmee, purpose salon,equalisingthe July 1st, 111, assessed for theof Osceola HardwareCo.: : w wM

    { < ; valuation ,i of both Real and Personal :
    In Oeceola County.. Florfda.M (
    ;V property
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