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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: July 5, 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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it;' IN CO. FOR WAR SAVINGS -- From .President'Wilson" MILLS FOR TICK. ERADICATION' ,


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lti ;I(, .. , President Wilson, yesterday, delivered the following address -u
;. Throughout the length and breadthof ery American tq be true to the call through the mouths of twenty-five-thousand Four-Minute Men .to.audiences On Monday the board of county ow originating In Osceola county,
of Osceola county the message of the for help that. was reverbrating round in the United commisslones transacted business of and that would spell ruin to the. cat-;
:- t":' War Savings Stamps was carried the world. Col. O'Bryan's meoscge Stalest considerable importance to the coun-i tie owners. '
" Friday and the generous .cash subscriptions made a deep impression t.nd will linger You are met my fellow citizens, to commemorate the signing 'of ty. He said that in order-to completely
f and pledges with which long in the minds of his hearers. that Declaration of Independence which marked the awakening of a Col. Lewis O'Brlan presented the eradicate the cattle tick In the county -.
I the people responded to this appeal The_principal speaker ,of the after. new spirit in the lives of nations. Since the birth 'of our republic. we application of the Home Guard to thirty-seven additional vats'were
of the government were gratifying noon: Rev. H. L.'Chapin an organizerof have this spirit We have heard the demand and watchedthe become'' a military organization and needed to be built which would place\
to Chairman D. G. 'Wagner {and his W. S. S. '.with headquarters. at seen grow. asked the board to sign It and to appoint each vat about five miles apart so
firorps of helpers who have this work Leesburg spent little time in preliminary struggle for, self-government spread and ,triumph among many a committee.to with that the cattle would not have to be
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Ui charge. remarks, but struck straight at people. We have come to regard the right to political liberty as the the officers ,of the guar and also driven over two and a hnlf miles w
I I''' Practicaly every school district in the heart of the' question. He showed common right of humankind. Year after year within the security: of to. call for competitive bids for the the pens. -
} the county called a ma. meeting on the plan to be the best possible investment our border, we have to rejoice in the pe.ceful'incre..e purpose of submitting samples and The matter was discussed for !sv:'
.;. that day and many of these county for the big investor as wellas continued\ the cost of the var. long time and 'a decision was not
> gatherings included basket dinners] the small investor and he strong of freedom and democracy: : throughout the world. And yet now, suddenly ious 'equipmento needed by such an reached until Tuesday morning,when'
{', and fish fries. This county was fortunate emphasized. this fact: Uuless many we are confronted with a menace which endanger everythingthat organiation.The the board reconvenedand: CharlesA.
\I in having the honorable J, F. of Osceola's citizens Joined the $1000 we have won and everything that ithe world ha won. Clerk was instructed to "act Carson, Jr., had added his argu.
k C. Griggs,' collector: of customs for club the quota for the county $264- In all its old insolence, with all 'Jti ancient cruelly" and injustice for the board in the matter. manta to those of Pat Johnston's. A) --
j.f Florida and state chairman for the 000 would not be raised. This quota ha Pat. Johnson appeared before the majority of the board voted two millsto -
military itself
again-farmed the
Par Savings department as one of was based in, the 'sensus of 1915 and autocracy against pacific hope board in the interest of tick eradica- this work no vats to be constructed
;, the"out-.of town speakers. Judge figured $20 for every man. woman of men., Having suppressed self-government ,among'' its own peopleby' tion in Osceola county and urged thaton except where the sight is .to be: ti
Griggs left early for St., Cloud in boy and, girl black or white in the lad organization maintained in part by falsehood and, tieacheryit account of the importance of this properly designated and in conformity
\ company with chairman D. G. Wagner county. He strongly, impressed the 'has set out to impose its will upon its neighbor and upon'us.' One by work from' a national and state standpoint with the views of federal' state
: and "a rousing meeting was the Importance of cooperation.Mr. one, it hat compelled civilized nation' in the world either.lo the commissioners should lose ,and county authorities, who will be,,
result of their visit. Chapin asked that the he'.pers every no time in making adequate provision appointed to'take care of this work., ,
At Kissimmee the,, public speakingwas circulate through the crowd with forego its aspiration onto declare wafin their defense. We find ourselves for this work in making up the An election will be called and the
.It.. held at the schedule hour, 2 p. blanks for pledges and these soon be- righting again for our national.existence.We are face to \face new budget. He staled that Ibt year dippings will take place every four-
t m., with Dr. W. B. Witherspoon, pre- gan to pour in and the amounts were with the necessity of asserting anew the fundamental right of free no provision had been made for the teen days until the last"cattle tick
t siding.. Selections by the band and read aloud. The total I amount pledged men to make their own laws and choose their own allegiance, or else' building of any vats rnd that this Is killed and the county freed from p);
community singing led by Miss before the close of the meetingwas 'Permit humanity, to become the'victim of ruthlet ambition that'U
J Beals,' aasi.tedby the girls qf' t'hef approximately 18000. This a *' ing only fifteenvats had to be taken H. S. McLendon. state 'districtagent
Patriotic Leagues opened the pro- sum was followed with a close second 'determined to destroy what it sin not muter. from the Special Publicity fi.nd In of Gatneetille presented M.,
xram. Dr.J. D. Sibert offered an Invo- by' St. Cloud pledging 16000. Against its threat the liberty-loving people of the world have, order to get the work started. He M. Javens, who is to be the new county -
cation. Little Christine May one of Distance from the county teat the men and allied themselves. No fear has deterred them and no bribeof acid that Osce la county was gradu*' agent in the place of B. E. Evans.In .
f the Junior four-minute girls,. made 4 center' of the field of action seemed material! well-being ha' held themback.] They have made sacrifices vlly being surrounded b*' tick-free behalf of the Union .Cyprejss
fine, four minute talk on the necessity no barrier to enthusiasm of the d.yfor territory and that now vras'the prop- Company W. H. Kempf.r; of Deer r
of buying Thrift Stamps; Col. Deer Park; almost on the Brev..rd such as the world has never known before, and their resistance er time to join the procession: of tick Park laid a proposition before, the
Lewis O'Bryan represented the Kissimmee county line,' held a''splendid meetin, in the face of death and suffering has proved that the aim' which free counties and break the quaran- board asking that a bridge across
four minute men.: While his pledging$0.000. and the school district animates the German effort can never hope: to rule the spirit of man' tine' placed around the county:. He Jane Green swamp be built, and
t H address extended but little over his known us "Hancock's," near kind. Against the horror of military conquest, against-the emptiness warned his'hearers that if this very pledging' half of the ,
allotted time he loosed a flood crate Mulberry Sink near Polk\ county nece..arywork was not accomplished cost if the specificatlona as laid down
of in the
dctolation of becoming
k of oratory as with ringing sentenceshe sent in a report of $700. living mere bodily contentment against : the I quarantine might,' in tl.o courseof 1m, the offer was "carried out, the
: painted a picture of frightfullneas part'of a State that knows neither truth nor honor, the world ha a, year or two be very easily "--- r
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. WHOSE DUTY IS IT TO RAISE of. the the Centuries many sordid distinct ideals of subjugation of people their political.of have eastern not and,' destroyed Europe military, nor'the master have racial they They aspiration accepted have- NO HOGGING OF SUGAR TO


iI survived the slow persecutions of peace as well as the agonies of war

and now' demand recognition for, their just claim to autonomy and

I : THE FLAG AT COURT HOUSEIt self-government Representatives of these race are with you. today)1) BE ALLOWED SAYS ADM'R.
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voicing their loyalty to our ideal and offering their service in the ,
common cause. I ask you. fellow citizens, to unite with them in making ..
-- this Independence Day the first that' hall be consecrated '--
J" It may not ba generally known tend to this duty' and a difference of our '' to There is to be no hoarding or to I Grocery company, motored to Orlando .,
t that the slate law of,Florida requires opinion as to whom that might be, a, declaration' of independence for all\ the peoples of the world. use a more expressive term' "hog' I Tuesday and interviewed Mr.'

the flags to be flown from all public left the matter unsettled. WOODROW WILSON.WOMAN'S .. ging"( of sugar, so says State: Food Whitney secretary: to Administrator
'Judge Murphy was not satisfied to Administrator Beacham. Beacham. Mr. Bryan stated as a result '
: buildings 'except during ,inclement see,the law disregarded and requestedthe To insure this and to protect the of this interview. that the retail''
I ,weather or vacation periods. Osceola newly appointed county attorneyto patriotic: citizens who would not dealers were placed under iron clad
county has never, observed this law bring the question to the notice of abuse privilege every housewife is order In f.ct"could not_procure sugar ;
and a number of citizens have regretted the, county commissioners. This' was to 'be', put on an1 honor system and without a certificate from the ,
this seeming lack of patriotism. done last Monday and the 'commissioners HOME GUARD NOW asked to sign a statement when she food administrator. This Is obtained '
C Judge T. M. Murphy has made sevral were equal to the situation.. purchases her two pounds of sugar, by making a statement of the amount
attempts to bring about the fly They requested the Osceola county the amount which may be purchasedat of sugar sold during the months of
'.. ing1 of the flag from the county court Home Guards to detail certrJn members one time. that she, will not duplicate April,. ,May and June then strikingan
house but while all the officials there of their company to performthis HAS OVER 150' MEMBERSThe this amount at some other .grocery average for July. The certificate
agreed that the law should be com- duty and from now on the Stars store.There is forwarded to. the wholesale house
l' plied ,with no one volunteered and Stripes will probably flutter to is enough sugar in the country he buys his stock from who in turn
.for the service. The law states the the breeze over the curt house to permit every person to use 8 sends it"to the refiner. -
cuatodian of the building' should 'atI I square on every pleasant' day. January pounds per month. There, will then Should the honor system for the
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. Woman's Tome Guards 1st. The pledges of man
be surplus for canning and preserving consumers prove inefficient, within
organization wMch began its meteoric members have been for a much
.r' '!' purposes and anyone wishingan less than 80 days regular sugar cards
career one week ago has recruited greater*amount, and in one instance extra supply for this purpose may will be issued which,system will be,
SOUTH FLA CATTLE RAISERS Company A to the maximum, strength Mrs. T. M.: Rivers took the full secure it by applying to the admin- strictly enforced .
for guards 150' and is now enrolling amount permissible $1,000. During istrator. The people generally are willing to
members in Company B. this week the actual cash sales,,credo This ruling is in effect right now abide by the rules of the, authorities,
The avowed purpose of the ladiesIn ited to the guards amounted: War and to insure a perfect understanding so say the merchants and It a the exception

PETITION FOOD .ADMINlST'Rf organizing these companies is to Saving Stamp.277.Thrift'Stal\P'; of- the situation N. C.., Bryan not the rule, when any com
support the government by an organized 99. "
manager of the Waters &: Carson plaint,is made.
I ..effort, in every war measure, On 'Saturday the ,ladies I ....mb'ed - - - ..
/Y/111;,'. which they recognize as barriers between for their first drill and so delighted
I --, their homes and the unspeakable were they that even a heavy down
f Orlando. Fla.hJuly 2. 1918. posed would''' be of sufficient' volumeto atrocities of the Huns. The resources pour of rain,, which continued 'up to AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ONKISSIMMEE.ORLANO'O
To the Beach- warrant immediate investigationand and energies of the guards within a few minutes of their hour
r f-fI\ man, Food Administrator for the action by your department.In just now are centered on the War Monday night, failed to prevent their
State of Florida; conclusion. each and every one Saving campaign and every member attendance. W.' J. Steed lieutenantin
rWe the undersigned cattle rater of your petitioners wish to state em- must enroll as a,. member of a War the County Gtards. who has kindly -
r 01 South Florida. hereby present phatically that the removal of the Saving Society and pledge support of' consented to act as drill master ROAD
f t to you this, our petition relative to present\ restrictions of the sale of the movement.The praised the ladies in their attemptsto
, the restrictions recently, Imposed by beef ,is not sought by them for the Guards have pledged $!,000 In follow, military orders. Lieutenant ,.
. y. the', United States Government upon purpose of increasing the price 'of War Savings Stamps from Company Steed is assisted ,by, Lieutenant -
.:" ,f.'i1'> 'the consumption of beef and 'In'support their beef cattle but they herieby( A and the same amount frem Company Cecil Prentls. '' J Early Wednesday, morning an auto>* ,
themselves that the B. In most cases each member Regular drill' nights of the Com-
of we wish to present pledge present driven by Dr. Dawson of Bartow left
I the following facts which mo.tl' market price of beef in this section is agrees to buy or induce some one else panies will be Monday,and ,,Saturday WE, ARE UP AGAINSTA '
vitally affect the cattle raisers satisfactory and acceptable to your to buy $10 worth,, of stamps,, before nights at 7:30 o'clock. SERIOUS PROPOSITIONThe the Kissimmee-Orlando 'road at the

.throughout South Florida. petitioners.The . . . . . . . . corner' Just east ,of E. L. Lesley's
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,. ,((1) The South Florida cattle are above facts are herein respectfully special drive of last Friday has home, and turned turtle in the ditch.
known aa grass cattle, and this class submitted your depart: given'us quite a' boost in the sale of severely inuring the driver. He waa
of beef is not used by the Govern- ment in the interest of the Govern- STANDING: OF COMMUNITIESIN I picked car just behind him
ment in its various cantonments and, ment as'well as the interest of South War Savings Stamps, but there is along and taken, with hi. wife and baby,
I up-hill pull before'ua yet, and who were also in the overturned '
therefore, the sale of South Florida Florida at large and we trust that car
cattle at this' time would in no wise this petition will receive the attention every loyal citizen who love his on to Orlando and placed in. a boa- '
: directly affect Government purcha.ft. .- warranted by its importance to WAR SAVINGS 'DRIVE country and the good name of our pital there. ,,
The injured 'man narrowly'eaea
: one of South Florida's leading in
,. '((2)) Attention I. further called to county should lend helping. hand the; loss of one foot which was-said,
, the ,. fact that the marketin-: -Deriod dustries.Respectfully submitted and help reach the goal. It has been to be hanging by a section of the skin
for,Florida- grass cattle embraced Name-County-No. Cattle.E. said that I the census: on which our only when he was picked' up. One'
"I' in the months of June July, August L. Lesley Osceola 8,000.L. With a start of over' $80.000*it is Kenney and O. Jr Toman- __ quota is based is not correct-;and bone of the leg, it was said was protruding '
and September which period practically M. Whidden Osceola 2,000., I safe to predict that Osceola county's son, speakers .._....?.*? 1,385.00 that in consequence'our, quota is too Into the &'rG1IDd.At the hos
coincides with the time of the J. A. Blackwell Osceola 1,000.W. allotment of $260,000 in War Savings Union ont:.--Ira Wether. This be true. Suppose pltal( the authorities are,of the opin
restrictions have bee chairman W. II. high. may Ion that the man will recover the use'
imposed by the Govern- C. Bass, Osceola 2000. Stamps especially as we yet ; have half the reported
ment. Unless the cattle raisers can Lykes Co., Hillsborough 10000. six\:months in which to make(good Jones, speaker; Miss Lucy we only, ,quota would population then still beT of his foot though the. 'ankle.will likely --
market their beef cattle durin this i H. J. Moody. Hillsborough, 4,000.J. will be oversubscribed: as. the meneyis Lupfer Junior Four M'x. our always be stiff.
nowhere Insight
period- they begin to retrograde'' and : D. Lamb, ManateeV 10000., here and the people know that no ute speaker .,..._........ 705.00 132000.00 of this and yet.we are The woman and baby: In the a'wen'
millions of .pound. of beef would be' Hollingsworth Bros., DeSoto, 10,- safer investment ,could be made. Shingle Creek--Geo. Bron- the. of entirely unhurt '
Are goingto part
.i table shows the chairman Hon. Mil. we play The turn where the accident cccur*
lost; 'during the winter months, and 000. The following son, ; the t
MEN and ? Or
are
over top
the cattle could not be marketed to I King Bros., DeSoto 20,000. standing of the different places in ton 'Pledger, speaker: Miss go that' red is a right-angle one' and cars
,advantage until the following summery I Lykes Co., Polk 2,000.. the county at the close of the driveon Margaret Lesley, Junior we not going in the to acknowledge of winning the we war are? should observe the posted danger. sig,
Phillips &: Bass, Orange and Osce- Friday last: Four" Minute 705.00 do game rials when approaching
Cattle' raisers in this section Kissimmee Dr. W. B. Hancock B. 0.'Hanc.ck, What you say. .. .
4r ((3)) ola, : know of if not W. S. .- --
: 4,000..w Do not scores,
,;..1' are large borrowers from the banks, i .e.a. -..-- Witherspoon chairman chairman; assisted by Mr.J. you
.' and other resources, and depend entirely "Pri'CHFOItK"BEN" TILLMAN assisted by a well organ A. Minnlck..._...__.... 700.00 bought hundreds a single of people War Savings who have Stamp not! DISTINGUISHED VISITORS HEREAn
the Rev. H. A.hton-Yr. W.' E. Farmer
ized committee
upon yearly marketing ; ,
f' And do not know that the'' most auto in its
their beef to meet their financial ob DIES IN ,WASHINGTON L. Chapin speaker; to- chairman; Rev. J. M.. King you party Including per
11Jfgatlon.; .. Their inability to-market tal estimated previous'sales speaker .:.____ -..___' .._ 685.00 of these claim: to be loyal citizens? sonnet Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Dleterieh.I ,
:beef under the present Government 'Washington,. July 3.-Sen. Benja- and pledges ,_._..$27.171.75St. Campbell-J. M. Bryant Are they entitled to 'the to'the call claim of the unlessthey Mr.D., and Mrs.Rex Lueias, Mr. and Mrs. i.' w
restrictions, would thus entail considerable imin'R.; Tillman; a veteran of-24 years Cloud-Jtev. H. II. Bowen chairman; lion. J. L. Ov- ore.rnd" ', CO.-I I R. J.Hood and Packard John D.Belly C.. ur
Holly son. Robert
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financial embarrassment service chairman of chairman rand splendid speaker Miss
and erstreet
up- !n congress a ; Do'' these '' slackers claim that ) of '
board .
Marlow secretary of>: the
on' the cattle raisers themselves,and the senate, naval affairs committee committee; Judge Thelma Hudson Junior i.
:their creditors, to the detriment of died at his home here early today as Griggs speaker __..._ 25.70T.OO,, Four Minute speaker .___ 685.00 are not able the to buy War' Savings trade of. Sanford, paused throughKissimmee
? Is claim true? Do
for
business generally in this section. the result of a cerebral hemorrhage Deer Park-Win.. H. Kemp..' Kenanville B. ,F. Roe' Stamps you Wednesday enroute 4
not see them; some of them, livingevery Tampa to effect a joint Growers As.i 0
While 'we realize this is a :condition suffered last' Thursdays" The stroke fer. 'chairman; Messrs.J.1 chairman; Hon. Chas A. ,
that might be considered'entirelr a completely.paralyzed the left side F. Bailey and A. S. Me- Carson jr. .assistant .__. 450.00 day like rlcjh people T. sedition with Manatee county to cooperate
It is time for people to wake
local one still it so intimately and'vitally and as the-right had, been partially -Kay otf St.Cloud, speakers 5,466.00 East Lake-f''" H. Wether- loyal in handling' vegetables, tepee
affects the 'welfare of : all paralysed. since a, similar attack 10 JCJ.a.imH' Park-R. R. Hrjnilton. best chairman; Hon. Pat..John.ton. up and prove. their loyalty.' ) dally the celery crop for which Maoatee *'
ERSPOON.
W. B. WI
South, Florida, communities we feel years ago. bo hope had been held for "chairman: 'assisted speaker; Miss and Seminole counties are justly
,that official recognition of the hardships Sen. TiUman's recovery since he lapsed by A.:E. Wtvaley; C. K, Vivian Floyd, Junior. '' Four' . ", w...a. famous; Our friend "Bob" was"
imposed by the Government restrictions Into unconsciousness last Sunday.To Warden,' John Hamilton.. 1,685.00 Minute speaker ......... 440.00 W. H. Tunnieliffe of St. Cloud was welcome visitor at the Gazette "ofHaduring
: should. be taken by your department. honor the passing of one of the Center Park L .- B. Partin, Clarks-W. W. Clark, chairman In Kissimmee Monday on his way to their stop here.
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most picturesque figures in congress chaIrman: H."' C. Stanford ; Hon.- C. L.. Bandy; New York,"where he goes on business w.s... ,
; (4)) The number of.beef cattle an-; and southern public<< life,-both bodiesof :' Janet Graves, speaker '_.__.. '_':'_--i......' ,275.00. andexpects; to be absent about .Feed 'M. Dalton of Tampawae, lathe "< ,
tonally i approximates' ft total of'40,000 head and appoint committees .. to, accom-t '.......::.. ",__ I-..: 1490.00 ,chairman;, .Bar. I. L. JenContlnwd' cliffe'a old home,, and he, anticipatesa Witt Cigar company, which la launching ;,
and the) loss 'entailed the Government pany the body to the Tillman )home. Narcoo8seer. : F. W..r'''Hill pleasant, meeting with many of his 'the new five ':cent "clpr.'"BU,'
restrictions. \as-*{, present: inv at 'Trentona, C., -, chairman. ,;. ,,Ray Frank: ,( OzPago'F.ight: ) ..old,friends", and business associates.: ,Wltt'. Hand Made," ', ' " '
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TWO THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY JULY S. 1918 "-

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'" been Doctor CaldJL -:
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J I-: THE SUGAR SITUATION I St.. Cloud Department well's' Syrup Pepsin for more than


A number of causes have cumulat Here etcetera will be given certificates seven years. .I believe it saved my little granddaughter's : -

ed. to make our sugar position more for their ,necessary requirements NEWS AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY" life she had such terrible
difficult than we ,would have( Antic) but any re-sale of sugar by as spasms,

pated at the beginning of the year. them except under the expressed direction -> BY' OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT IMra.Iaabel1e caused by the condition of her stomach until
The increased shipping needed by our of the local Food Administrator ,

growing army In France has necesBitated will constitute a violation' of the Furman left her Our family thinks "4
the and subject them to closing i on Tues- Mr. Will Adams left on Tuesday we gave Syrup Pepsin.
curtailment of regulations
sugar day to spend the summer at Cincinnati morning for Melbourn wfcere the is
transportation particularly from the of business for the war. Any Ohio. employed in a barber shop. His tam there is no remedy like Dr. Caldw ll's.
of the
In hand the end season
and at
longer has thus reduced
voyage sugar
On Monday afternoon the will in fjw weeks. ,
i supplies both to the, Allies and ourselves must be placed at the disposal of follow ily follow a the stomach and bowels."
Pepsih for
with Syrup
ing girls met Mrs; L.U.Zimmerman
ti: from remote markets. Some i the local Administrator. The Administration Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Dyal 1 and baby
4 of the accessible sugar produciifj appeals to this group to jn the interest of the Smileage leave on Saturday, to spend a few /From a letter to Dr. Caldwell, written bY\
Books Misses
{ areas have proved a less yield than economize in every direction. Rose }McKenzie Bowen and Ruth, Bleech weeks in New York and Fort Lee Mrs. C.,F.BrownJl012/3arfieldA, ., I

was anticipated, such as certain West Group C, that is, public eating platces en and Miss Johnson., Olga Helen Bow- N. J. \ A Kansas City MOo' '
Indian Islands. The domestic best will be issued certificates upon The stork visited the home of Mr. \
Mrs. Robinson
C. A.; of
'and Lousiann crops have,fallen below the basis of three pounds for each Kentucky ftnd-Mrs. S. W. Porter on Friday, '
ninety meals served. This includesall avenue,' ;was callingon friends In June and left > boy M. '
anticipation. There has been some the East' End Tuesday 'afternoon. 28th a baby Dr. Caldwell's'Syrup
destruction of beet sugr.r factories public eating places uses of su- Uncle Josh Ferguson left Wednts- Mrs.. H. C. Hartley and son Ed- .
in the battle area of France and Italy. gar. I. ward left Saturday to spend the summer .
to
day spend the Fourth at Sanford
,Group D that is, bakers, will re- ,
We have lost ,.considerable the guest of Mr. and Mrs Charles B. with relatives end friends at
certiAcates
ar by submarines. ceive for 70 per cent of Ryan. Uatensburg, Lexington Barr Ed. PepsinThe
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As close an estimate as we' can the average amount used' during mund and Leesville S. C -
James Johnson of Kissimmee left .
make Indicates reasonable July Augustand September 1917, ,
:
recta- Monday for Jacksonville where he Receiver Johnson'made a business
Lion from all sources: ,of about or alternately 70 per cent of that ,. .- Laxative
has Orlando last Perfect
taken to
the of Juno 1918. a position. trip Saturday. .
000 tons of sugar for United States used in month ,
Mrs. J. K. Conn and two children. -
Retail Stores. I
consumntion durine the last half of ,
will leave The Priscilla Club met Friday
the This ia based Group, that is, retail stores, will Saturday evening: to spend ; on '
the present maintenance year.of the present mea upon receive for July purchases certificates the summer at their. old home at j afternoon, June 28th, with Mrs. Edna Sold by Druggists 'Everywhere
Point Marion Penn. Gone, on Ohio avenue. The meeting
,
n In gre shipping Allied ration.conditions An improvement would ofCOIII'H sold based during upon the the average combined of sugar Miss Maude Alice Wagner of Kis- opened,, by stinging "America" followed 5Q cts. (CSS: ) $1.00

three and June slmmee was a St. Cloud visitor on by the. "Lord's Prayer. in .
al relieve this situation as quantities months April, May -. then the
last concert following officerswere
of in unavailable 1918. Retailers must not eel Thursday ,
market.; We sugar must are however base the to any of the other groups, that sugar is, Ezra Stewart of the Shaker Col- elected for the next six months: A mild, pleasant laxative, as positively effective }

distribution of during the next to no one except householder., without spent Tuesday in Kissimmee.lire President, Mrs Ruth Kenney Vice-
sugar gentle in its action. For free trial
six months the above footing. taking up the certificates of suchersons. ; .' Lydie Dougherty and Ella president; Mrs.' Best Gessford; Secretary as Jt IS a
upon must not sell McAllister .were the guests on Wed- Mrs. Ferne Harden; Treasurer bottle and address Dr. W. B.
After that period the new West Indian > They more send'.your name to ;
nesday of Mr. and Mrs. George Barber Mrs. Bessie Daniels. The time
: crop will be available.. than two pounds at any-one time tony
,_ Reduce Consumption town customer or more than fiverounds on Massachusetts avenue. was pleasantly spent' working onhelper's '" Caldwell, 458 Washington St., Monticello, ill.To
Miss Eda L. Epple spent aprons for the Red Cross,
Saturday
time'to :; ,
The supply of tons necessitates at any one any, coun .r
1,600,000 ,last in Kissimmee. for pillows and fancy J ,
i a. conelderabreduction in{, try customer. The latter may, ihow- Mr. wore.After battle. grounds of tartly France t men': failed
H
ever, be varied by the..local Adminis- .W.1 ti Tunnicliffe left orr Mon. dainty refreshmentswere ; to find Kisstmmee Park
i our consumption. provide three trator to remote from town. day'for a trip to New York; served .the Club adjourned to That; is not yet for me. and therebydeprived of a generous ...;..,
pounds of sugar per month per per- :The retailer persons will do his best not to Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Prunes left meet on Friday afternoon, July 12th supply of delicious brain food. How-
.: ,", Bon for household use, to take care of ell more than three pounds last Thursday to spend the summer! with, Mrs. Ruth Kenney, on Florida This is our part, my friends: belt, we hope they arrived .home safe.ly. :
per per.
our Army and Navy and to provide
at Cincinnati. My comrades brave and true We
avenue. ; are at a loss to know just
month householders
to whose
1 for'the' necessary preservation of son per -,. -- - .... To work and save and give what would make forget ;.
anyone
co-oi eration with the retailer is .
>
fruit milk will
"' et cetera require And loon our money too. where Kissimmee Park is. located.

..r': the about next 1,500,000 six months.poun.e ,of A sugar household for earnestly sought.Retailers may, as. at present, sell BARTON LAKE [ DEER PARK Today we're told to buy some stamps We're right here.\v. a. n.

consumption <* three pounds per 25 pounds of sugar to any one household Will we be soldiers true? MRS. I. A. TYSON DEAD
for home ... the
canning
month together with the .upon -
per person 'Tis not job for the rich
a just
special allowances for home canning leaseholder's certifying that he has The nice rains ; have had latelyare Deer Park district lexptreesed' fits It's me, end you, and ; Mrs. Tyson wife of I. A. Tyson
you.
means reduction of some 25 per not bought elsewhere and agreeing doing the growing crops a world patriotism by going over the top last (Written for June ,28th, 1918 by died at her home on Vine street Saturday
cent in these brnnchen of consumption to return any balance unused for this ol good. Castor Beans on the Lane Friday in the drive for War Savings Margaret C. Warden.) I after a lingering illness.. Mrs.
from normal but it is still nearly purpose. farm are making rapid growth. and Stamps. I Tyson had been a pioneer resident ,
No Direct Rationing.It Mr; Hamilton briefly stated the of Kissimmee and was in her 67th \ \
double the ration of tho'Attteti countries are bearing an abundant crop. Same'can When
the H. '
and is ample for every economical will be seen by this plan that be harvested in a short time. Chairman Mr. W purpose of the meeting and made an'! year at the time of her death. Y''I
.
Kempfer announced to the
use., there is no direct rationing of the Mr. O. C. McLean had the misfortune large audience earnest appeal for sacrifice and ser Relatives and numbers of friends '
-
householder. It would cost the in the school house that $2700 vice In the establishment of world de gathered at the home Sunday afternoon .
In the plan of distribution which government to lose his valuable deer hound had already been and
:will .now go into force the less essential $5,000,000 to put the householder this week and I believe' ever'''one in I Deer Park would not pledged her that mocracy."Star to pay the last tribute to the ,
ration card and will stop at quo- Spangled Banner" was then deceased. Several out of town relatives ,,
take
on a
the
users of sugar that is; confectioners community regrets to, hear of the ta of $3100 but would
pledge $5000 the
the service of sung, audience standing. Another had come to Kissimmee to be
soft drink manufacturers, 100,000 people to car death of "Old Trailer, G.a. she was the statement 'I.
tobacco manufacturers, et cetera, will ry it out. We cannot afford the labor familiarly known. Most all of us hi received. was enthusiastically remarkable feature, which added present at this service. ,
be hit the hardest. The Administration or money and if householders will "cooperate the neighborhood have enjoyed feasts much to the interest of the meetingwas Dr. J. D. Sibert conducted the ser '
regrets intensely any action that it can be avoided. of venison which "Old .Trailer" helped ,i, Despite the heavy rains which had the untiring assistance of vice and the remains './er interred I

will cause hardship} to any individual No wholesaler or refiner can sell to. capture. She was run over bya fallen, the school house was filled to Messrs. Steed and Cadel appointed in Rose Hill cemetery. 1

but the situation is due to the Germans any sugar whatsoever unless he ,receives Ford car in front of their home.'.overflowing. Messrs. Bailey and Mci speakers for Kissimmee Park. The deceased leaves a husband and !
not to this government. There the certificate! above mentioned Sunday afternoon and BO badly InJured i I Kay of St. Cloud. loyal to the cause The example and instruction set three children a son, Seth Tyson and ;
are a number of substitutes available Any person in the above five she died Monday night. I I i l had motored through the drenching forth by them was very' impressive, two daughters, Misses( Mattie and \
s to the confectioners upon 'which no groups who does not file his statement 111r.rand Mrs. Wash Tyson and children -'(I rains to our town. The citizens from and after': thoroughly' covering the"ground" Emma. The bereaved relatives .have .vl

>restrictions;: are placed. will receive no sugar during the were dinner guests of Mr. -,end 'our neighboring towns are always brought "their meeting to the sympathy of the community in *
In order to secure justice )In distri- war and action will at once be taken Mrs. James Smith last Sunday. All welcome. ,,Their assistance at this a close. We are sorry'these gentle- the loss of their wife and mother .4

bution and to m: 'te the restrictive against any; sugar'' he may'have'lnhand i came out to, Sunday school! )n the afternoorr. time was doubly appreciated andi
plans In excess of thirty dkys' i their stirring addresses ,were very
i r as effective as possible no manufacturer supply |I j
or wholesaler of sugar will and he will be charged with Hoarding Mis sEdith McLean Is planning a 1 effective. ,_..,. '

be allowed after July let to sell any We ask the co-operation of all trades trip to Bartow to spend s couple of l The following program was. ..renderJd
sugar except to buyers who secure a in our purpose that is simply. to secure weeks with her uncle and aunts Mr. and heartily enjoyed: R 1

certificate from the lOCAl Food Administrators justice in distribution. : and Mrs. Ben McLean.
indicating the quantity BRAXTON BEACHAM McLean. ill, ilVVVk'ilVVVk'4' 4.3N' 4I 4w
they may buy, For the purpose of Federal food ,Adriinistration' ofF f Loyal L. Lane one of our Barton ence.Prayor, by Mr. Bailey.
issuing these certificates the various orida. ; Lake soldiers ,who is now "Iomewhere" '
users of sugar are divided into the w. a. .. fa France writes his home Recitation, "For his loved ones and
following group: ?. WOMEN TORTURED! folks every, week or* ten days. The his country," Mr.:J. J. Defrehn.' t, )

(A) Candy makers,', soft drinks letters are from twenty-five to thirty! Addresses, Messrs. Bailey McKay
aoda fountains chewing gum choco- Suffer terribly with corns! because o f day coming across. He Bays he is and Young, Tindall. "

late and cocoa manufacturers, tobacco high heels, but why faring well, enjoying perfect health Recitation "Curfew shall not ring I

manufacturers, flavoring extracts, care now._ and having a Very good time.. Has! tonight" Mrs. G. H. Secor.

invert, sugar, syrups, sweet$ pickles, wear Saluted Gen. Pershingand Secretary Address, Rev. David Peel. ?
wines, et cetera.B Women high heels which buck Baker heard Ella Wheeler Wfloox: ,
( ) Commercial canners, vegetables Ie up their toes and they suffer terribly deliver a fine lecture at their Y. M. Explanation of War Savings Stamp 'I,

ro fruit,. milk medicinal purposes, ; from corns. Women the?, proceed C. A. hut. lIe sent his parents a box system. J. J. DeFrehn. I
.explosives glycerine, et cetera. to trim these pests, seeking. re- of souvenirs he had collected "over Roll :call!I .by the' chairman.
(C) Hotels resturants, clubs din. 'lef, but they hardly realize the terrible !- there." In the collection are Belgian Solicitation of pledges. J t

Ing cars and steamships boarding danger from Infection says a Cin shells with the bullets in them, some. Then followed a basket picnic and "

houses, hospitals public.. institutions cinnati authority. empty British shells and some. other later in the evening the young peo- "
and public eating places generally, in Corns can easily .- lifted out with shells made into ornaments, military: ple enjoyed a dance. As a pleasing
.which term are included all boarding the fingers if you will get from any buttons from Germany Canada, Eng diversion. Rev. David Peel rendereda i '
'i houses who take care of 25 persons drug store a quarter of an ounce of a land and other armies, French coins solo entitled "The Kings Army." -w 111J I

or more. drug called freezeone. This is sufficient and several little trinkets of interest.' Also Mrs. G. H. Secor acted in pan-
(D) Bakers and cracker to remove every hard or soft
manufactures Last Thursday Mire Albina Smith tomine while Rev. David Peel sang
of all kinds. corn or callus from one's feet You Osceola county canning'' club agent "America." :

(E) Retail stores and others sellIng simply apply a few drops directly; and Mrs. Nellie Taylor agent for Mr. Kempfer with his committee Give
-1
for direct consumption. upon the tender aching corn or callus: '
Orange county, and some other ladies addressed '!
meetings at the
The is relieved log camp
Must File Statements. soreness : at once and
came out to Mrs. O. C. McLean's and
and at the colored
soon the entire corn or callus root and people's school
Every in these
person categories held
a demonstration for the Barton
house. Both the
must, before July let all lifts out without one particle of meetings were well your !
or as soon pain. Lake canning club girls. They bad attended and the colored people in f

'" thereafter determines as the,local make food a statement administrator This freezone Is a sticky substance joyed an interesting the day if meeting it did rain and a shower.All a : en-. patriotism.pledging 'showed' a very. laudable \ house

'upon a' form that which dries in a moment. It just I
will be -
provided who have<,friendB in France or : ,
Knowing the they hold shrivels up the corn without inflam The amount pledged went over the :
sugar or anywhere in the should mail '
ing or even irritating the army $5000.00 mark.KISSIMMETrW. \11\\\ :
have in transit on July 1st. All surrounding them a Gazette. They are highly ap- ,, a chance
stocks In excess of three ,months tissue or jikln. Tell your wife about t preciated by the Florida boys. l;

apply 'at. the rate, of concumption this.. .. w. B. a.ORANGE .--_- .... A little money and little wisdom in
o that will be allowed in each concern, W. a. --+ paint selection

will be requisitioned by the Adminis 0.00000.0000000000000000000 'CENTER will make it a home --:a home to be proud of.

i1.r trators'and stock redistributed' at once. 0 MORE MEAT FOR SOLDIERS .< .- Your walls, ceilings, floors,woodwork and furniture will be
Any less than
ninety days but ,
Hip] Hip! Hurray! .
more sanitary-more beautiful-euier
in excess of thirty days must be held 0 to clean. r
i , subject to" the local administrator 0 When your cattle swim A W. s: S. meeting was held at the War Savings Dayl! The exterior of )'ourhome. and its outbuilding, will be

for distribution.if necessary depend-- 0 through the dipping vat- school house on Friday afternoon and And Kissimmee Park .goel'over the top brightened and protected against decay and weather-wear. '
,. O while Old Glory waved from our quota's out-sprnned by a
muCh to yourself: + gently
ing upon remoteness, from The value of
z source of Supply. It is manifestly 0 'More meat for our soldiers." the; top of the flag staff and threaten H- of a lot. your.property- will be enhanced.Gertainteed.

unfair for any one to be overstocked Your patriotic thought is jus- ing rain clouds gathered, yet it did : Youwouldn't exactly class us'' aschampion
R, in such a situation as this as it must 0 tified. not mar the patriotism in the heartsof I : poets, but you'll have' to
"hand it to us"
prejudice the common interest of: 0 Every dead tick in a dipping our fellow citizens, and despite the for buying stamps.
the regulp' flow of supplies 0 trench means more meat for a. Inclemency of the weather there was i The assessed population of Killlim-
0 quite a large attendance. mee Park was 75 persons makingour
fighting Mr. E.--1.
.Our'nationllJ trench 0, '
sugar supply does notcome ,
quota $1600 and total !' .
from stocks but arrives in 0 Reason it out ;for yourself. < Keene was chairman of the meetingand receipt. .. -
monthly amounts and attempt to 0 Ticks take blood-Blood makes at the close of the day one thousand were $1690.00. iI'The Paints 'and Varnishesw

+ provide ahead results any in fehortaro. 4 meat-ticks steal meat-needed and fifteen dollars of War SavIngs success of the meeting was made from materials of tested purity,blended Incorrect proportions ;
now for soldiers. Stamps had been subscribed for largely due to the fact tV.t Mr. R. E.
*i to serve definite
Any attempts to accumulate stocks purposes. They are ground by modem machinery. '
in the interim between now and July 0 DIP THAT 'TICK! which Is certainly a good report from Whaley and Mr. C. K. Warden were. under the direction of paintchcroists of recognized ability

1st; will be useless and may lead to o U. S. Dept. of Agriculture. 4 1 i our little town. The meeting was on The the committee. k'
For
closed with a patriotic people commenced gatheringat Floors, and FurnitureThis
7 difficulties, for the Food Administra :66.66 . song; sung by
a..w-.._.. "'.i11... .__.u.n....-yv.._ .n".. w.._ _.._'- _.... -WW--- TT TT- __ T.TYI 1 the audience. an early hour and the air was soon picture suggests two of the many uses for Crrta'iH-teeJ Floor and

tempts by dealers andmanufactureas I -\v. .. ..- Quite a_ few attended the fishing I fines.. with. _the.... inviting._.*<,._.* __fragrance*.i._.. u:_ of. Furniture Stain. The highest grade of floor varnish is used in this stain,
hoarding and upon conviction as I LEMON JUICE IS party at Reedy creek the past week.. o'clock- -- .v.a .v.epiead '1&"' '' for giving it great elasticity,with the result that it does not scratch or show
> punishable.by fine or imprisonment. Among those_ present were: Mr. and 76 people.gorgeous was' Let heel marks. It puts a line finish on old furniture and provides an ad.
while in the law the same rule migh t, FRECKLE REMOVER Mrs. Hilton Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Mr. mirabls floor surface-smooth, lustrous and easily cleaned.
be to householders the Food and Mrs. W. II. Bronson Rev. and Prayer was offered by Rev. N. C.
applied Ctrtaim-tttd. Paints and V r- -t
Girls! Make Enge invoking the pleasure of a gracious :
this
Administration to rest cheap beauty lotion Mrs.' Christmas and daughters Misses
+ proposes uponthe I God nuhesare made for all uses,
? honor and co-operation of the to clear, and whiten your .Id... Hattie and Annie Mr. Beard Morgan An enjoyable and :for time success ensued.of the day. in all colors and la all sues __ r

householders not to hold than Bronson and Misses Myrtle and Bes- of sell
more The W. S. S. can* -Any store that *
a'SO days' supply upon the basis of, Squeeze the juice of two lemons ale Bronson. The party report havng Ingly conducted: meeting Mr. was interest paints can supply you. lithe ,
by Richard lIam-
-r ,three pounds. per person in the house- into a bottle containing three ouncesof a good time and secured plenty ilton; chairman of the dealer you apply to,cannot IMN"/NN1"NW"M.ill/ _ __-
e .lIold..i; : orchard white, shake well; and you of fish. having ,prepared committee i you want i....
: In addition to giving the quantities have quarter pint of the best freckle Mr. and Mrs. Hilton left for Ala program for the avery occasion.appropriate Music mutely, b. can obtain. it "

f 'C m hand the statements which will\ be and tan lotion and complexion beati- bama on Friday, Mrs. Hilton's mother was '' beautlf !y' rendered by" Miss i promptly... .
required! from the dealers and fler. a.t very smal cost Mrs. ,Baird z
,m&llu- very accompanied her .as Louise Barber, an 'exceptionaly talented 'Certalra-t..J
'facturers, in.th, . Your: grocer: has the lemons and far as Kissknmee.' r
": 'f '' Vive the following further informaa- any drug store or toilet counter will The young lady of Kissimmee Park. Product. Corporation t / '
Cotton! alld rice Everybody and .
arose i
are showing Ameri.ea
:" ... tion upon honor. In the ease of Group supply) three ounces of orchard white decided improvement in ? a ," as art opening! chorus sang om.w-a.__.....
!, 'A, that is, eandy,. soft drinks et cetVra for a few'cents. Massage this sweet growth since ,' ) followed ,I'Iioocip. Q6f ,,--
the recent rains, which, visited *ur by a recitation by Master Albert; .....,......... "
lotion
::1'J] mat-ahow, the Amount of sugoU'i.1JMd fragrant into the face, neck sections n few days c Warden,the of I
ago. seven-year-old son
during the months of July ,AnKMt arms and bands each day, and see how Rev. Enge of Kissimmee Park was Mr. and Mrs. C.-.K.;' Warden: ,: irj-te t! o.
*' and -.f September.t7. and. certificates freckles and blemishes disappear and the ,
Sunday af
". : wily if.the, statements are carpact how clear. ,soft. and white the skin becomes. and, Mrs. W.guest H.Bronson.the home of. .Mr. A'soldier E.eryono'''a .Soldier:, i ... -Pout--Varnbha--. -"" Ii!,
of Jl- \ .
.. Yes] It is harmless.POM everyone us. 5' .I.
ofav.rtt "
bp..basedVpon'.60.pet.pant 'JMiss Ada '
: Maddux'w.. visitor at Is what we're asked to DB., : "
>.. ..s.aee. ,,lee cream makers the horns' of' \
Mrs."J.'Rigney :
on A soldier
.(, 7..rouged.. ,to '75 per: ce t.A: : Card: to 6 to 14 Days . day.:, America ; every one. of ,us' .. "

..... :M;:Jssded. separately.. :) >An Yts4..ee.. ItJ'AZO 0INTIIINTrau.IiS. : > Mr. Warren Frace! '' of .KJ Mon.1 must.,-be free. x JI .,. '! cl.P.Aip end Xail'alelee.ioytli iiL; .liiseGnmee(bye; ' i!

prabtL8ea. ,.. = ; c was the guest of Mr. and )[n. We may Doteal'l7".woi'C1'or; : y:. ",
lanes 'r T"
., r #aK 11;''J.commerclal.!', -- .taD'.. '; J- ,-."_" _. .. ., -...- Kelly I,oa;Sunday, *, :;Across the''.stormy. ?sea, OSCEOLA, HARDWARE, .COMP) ANX::
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: THE KIS5IMMEE>VALLET CAZEITE'FRIDAY.' JULY 5; 1918 8 --- 'THRU




; . 1 f.am Sincere, '- "! .. Stop-'Calomel'lt! .*jC 'J II I THE MEANING OF :"CARRY ON" ,II ,



Editor Tribune: Those who do not when ,the bugle called "Boots .
1IIIk, I Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone keep' posted as to the varied induct I addles," the days of swinging
P tries that have followed In the wake I and plumed hats, and horses
) t of the terrible war now going: on Inc for the battle.'Carryon" .
LIsten td mel "!Calomel sickens and lose K "over there," may 'be surprised to is different.: Its &,
you may know that a number of papers, some Is not the glory of flashing :
&1.'& morE If bilious, constipated ooIheadacHy of them dallies, have sprung Into existence Its splendor is not the splendor
for the amusement and information clanking sabre and rattling'
read my guarantee. of the men in the trenches. Yet it has a glory and a
Enclosed clipping taken from one of Its own, the glory of dogged
the most popular of these papers. the splendor of' determined men.

:, Every druggist/ in town-:rout' costs but a few cents, and if it fails! the The Morning, a daily printed by animals'er .loaded down like pC'
'4. : English and largely circulatedIn their shoulders are
'druggist: : and everybody's druggist to give relief in case of
: easy every the trenches color
gives graphic they'er wearied
a to but
.. has noticed a at'rallinoff in the liver sluggishness and constipation, death
.
to; the determination of those brave very tired. men determined to '
sale of calomel. They} oil give: the you have only to ask for jour money fellows who have placed their lives on'' Thus a writer from tho
same reason. Dodson a, Liver Tone bark between the brutal HUA, and all that describes them. But they are
is taking its place. Dodscm's Liver Tone is a pleasant we stand for and love, yes, the very Men Who have the amazing heart
"Calomel Is dangerous and people tasting:, purely vegetable remedy, "aancitity of human rights and hu wear their crown of thorns a. .
know it, while Dodaon's Liver Tone harmlcBs to both children) and adults. man lives." When mailing this' clipping it were a cap and bells; nvn who
is perfectly; safe and gives: better results Take| a spoonful at night and wakeup to a friend "back home"by one and slither about In the treacly
,"'Raid a prominent local drug: feeling'fine; no biliousness, sick of our Florida boys who was among of the trenches and shiver on
; gist.i Dodson's Liver Tone is per- headache, acid stomach! or constipated !- the first to go to France 'year ago cold ground and sleep in i
# and who haa been at the front ever dugouts and face death and the '
eonallr guaranteed by every dnigff l I bowels. It doesn't gripe all
since
oho sells it. A bottle the like calomel. :wrote, "Whatever you good west' calmly 'and unafraid;
gist large next day violent
! : people do, don't 'buck' the government whose splendor is in their souls.,"
': but send all kickers to Ger are the real Happy Warriors. t
many express prepaid and we will "If they hold out!" That U :
i Get "Your Job Printing From the Valley Gazette do our best to give them something one hears along the trenches. .
to kick about. There is a little article only who. hold out 7 "The I
that I -am enclosing' that, is typically No doubt about the soldiers.
J British and you. will have no will hold ,out. No doubt about
idea how we admire and envy them. French and British and !
Be with us when reverses come, as troops. They,will "carry on."
come' thev will; and help us to do. An Englishman who stood on
our beet to "carry. on.",. pavement in Cockspur .street '' +
.ia 1 State'BankIi SUBSCRIBER.The watched the first contingent of
clipping says: "What is thereat erican troops. gov mardhin'g .
meaning, writes a French reader London, said: "I: have seen a
: of the "Morning," "of the phase'Carry'on The world is made safe* :..
Ii !' which you' used as the ey.. Tramp tramp,; tramp 'our .
i ; . KissimmeeThe title of your editorial.last week?". ent and immediate task is to win '
"Carry on" Is an expression, minted war!' Tramp, ,tramp, tramp I :
In the furnace of the war and jammed must hurry on to accomplish
yesofthe.worla hot into our vocabulary which Tramp tramp, tramp I !'The ,
may have enjoyed an uninterrupted must be made safe for democracy. '
S currency for' years in British army "And I understand," says the
:\, and navy slang but which has been t.ator-"I understand the '
redeemed and recoined In Flanders, these grim men. They' seemed
are on the man, who and approved the academicians of epitomize not merely a nation, ' i
camion and trench. It Is not. a romantic merely a flag, but the,
phase as men count romance. sancitity of human rights and I
"Forward) Ohanrel"-Those are ro- life. This is no longer! awar; it '
mantic words. They, go at a gallop: crusade."
But_ they belong' to the pt-st.-to days "Carry on!" ? I '

4 of _light. :brigades_ I!..0.1. .cavalry. , .to'.days ,They will.-Tampa Tribune.
SAVESPAUSE '
t I a few of these twenty cities
have gone dry. Woman suffrage
"
I W.CJ.U.COLUMNj i contributed largely, to the
.1. F 'f There is today but one purpose
that is to win the war. We are
(By MRS. *T; M.< COCHRANE) .j ing sacrifices compared with

I moment man Fort Myers has forged ahead at a I the sacrifice of the liquor traffic 1
a ;young "
for We
wonderful rate,gaining 75 new p ld- nothing. are going to
war, and the woman's vote that
give a : to self. The up members: making it the largest closed the ,saloons in this and
confront union'|n Florida. Dade county is reJoicing cities .is going to help us win it."

f problems that'' ";you now, or over 375 new, members.. '
Assurances have
We read that it 'Is:a new Jacksonville been given
will few hence. contrary to rumors: spread by
a years
c since it went dry. We 'have now man propagandists that but one

Look about -the ef afairs ia state ..atloa.a. only five wet counties: Escambia; tore month may be received by
-
.. yon nea eoaatrjr, ,
Hillsborough fighting men in the ranks abroad,
Nassau Monroe Pin-
,
,
,. ,. ia too world are. the mea who started t. save early, ia life. ellas. Nassau received the Jacksonville erything possible is being done ,
refugees and is probably the dispatch letters, to the boys .,
( They bare the respect aid confidence el the. comment v wettest place.;in the south.: there." Figures have been
to show. that during May four ..
Y., Then look oa the ether side-at the (fellows who spend'all they A ,Request for War Prohibition.The carried 3,297,000. letters across ,

t ke-they may hare a feed time for a while, bat what does their state president asks that ,all Atlantic. These are the first nr'a p
.;. :r neneaaHty reflect local unions who are anxious thatPresident made public by the postoffice
Wilson! realize that ,the ment, which is working in
with the war department to make .
people of the country feel the neces
t. A dollar ia this bank will be 6.J. .
er deposited sity of war prohibition, copy the let lives of the boys as pleasant as .a
:: .ncleas ef aa honorable, iadepeadeat career. ter printed below; sign[ and send a sible. The mothers and other <
Make year .berianiag sew--today. ., Tear ,baak copy each to President Wilson and to tires who have been' caused J
; book will pare the way."" ; '''' ;;* d' ie* Mr. Hoover. worry by these false rumors will
', , ., '" ;, {,2J Ben Woodrow Wilson, Pros of our relieved by this statement. -
.t *
j '.. Capital 1 "t"'stack' ,.."."_,0.'J.: __'__,,,*u.."".-'*'.r_,._.4,.,,{", Ji;i.;!$$100,000.00Resources i, United States. Washington, D. C. .. w... .__

'ever______________._.____..... 600,000.00OEcers Honored President: Will you please "GREATER FLORIDA" 'MEN '
tell it is for ,
; ns why necessary wo- TO MEET IN
**..... men to conserve fuel and food while
.... and Directors
: r'_ : the breweries
are allowed to worse ''
f. thart waste them Leesburg., Fla., ,July ,,3.-Of
! C: A. President M. KATZ and E. L LESLEY;V-P. '
.. CARSON We are 'willing to deny ourselves derable interest to 'the people of ,
ROMA THOMAS.Cashier to help the boys in, France, but how state is the'meeting of the
. much longer do you think,we will do of the ,Greater Florida ,
I N. a BRYAN, N. B. CARSON, ** M. KATZ this to the profit of the breweries T which G. G.
i-. C A. CARSON* n. FLEMING, E.. L. LESLEY, Why not settle these problems with president Ware of
------ .- JT. WADE .TUCKER., .Director: complete war prohibition? place, has called to be held- here $ ; (!t
i If you have tonnage for brewery 20. ;
products, why should parents be re- Mr. Ware called the meeting ; I
quested to withhold packages from ; ;
3
r -- a conference with, some 'of the
their' boys in France, who need all ;
the olieering'"they, tors who came here to discuss ,
I'N. can get
4'
President. C BRYAN
; c. A. CARSON Secretary: present, situation. y
Suffrage."Two It is understood that the f

.. The Waters & Carson billion dollar drink bill per will methods be for of the I purpose "of i *
thoroughly; :
t' year is the deadly Stateshe liquortraffic I with other ,corporations in .the I{I : is
in the United. in I ( s
such
making representations ,
I "
An equal :amount of money is the
M toll 'of the nerve wrecking tobacco Washington as may be : .
: Grocery Company and cigarette habit that consumes the I secure positive assurance of I I
highest. ideals of manhood and crip-, facilities ,,for the transportation; ; .'
Florida's perishables next sea .
ples mentally, physically and spiritually -
unborn generations.Is their movement to th enorth.

'I It is said, that the matter of
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in _' there any waste in our nation so *
ing the advisability of keeping '
appalling as these T I : ;
Talk about conservation. Does certain tourist r.utes to } ,
GROCERtES any, man tobacconizer use less also; may receive consideration.
any ,
If: of't.be..weed or ,any, beer toper,drink : timates of the effect upon the the ; j tflj
any less of the brew since the order em coal situation of ; I.<
''
Florida of thousands of winter
went :forth that all must conserve?
'
'r h dents will probably be en-
No, men have been too busy watching I
,"0' .4 -. 01 000000000'. .' 0 0 I the,refrigerators and kitchens of the meeting.. ,_ the I -
i women for their consciences to absorb The matter of movement
WE SELL. , WE BUY i the thought ,that the order for : perishable fruits and
.' conservation might,, apply 'to them. probably will receive first ,J
A I. HAY .. selves. !"Twas ever thus." tion. Other organizations,
,rr the'Florida Citrus Exchange,
'. HIDES If there is a''' leak' somewhere or :
J GRAIN ,. "'" an injustice or a wrong licenlll; by the same thing 'under ;
and the meeting here will
'''J : FURS : law or, government women in gencr-
>Ii .FERTILIZERS .. ;} -- al are, somehow-- In some indescribable evolve a plan which will focus
'E''f, .' WOOL'. ]>'t l' manner held responsible for it. energy of all those desirii.g to
F.
to'this'end the matter in
t1 "SHINGLES (They are commanded to reform, to upon
;t" .. AND I conserve and", retrench. ,Now let's way as to assure action.' !
'F.o< ORANGE'BOZEB. '. .' I consider these facts from the viewpoint The' directors expected to '
.
i. '- 'ALL. I of the equal suffragist.. pate in the 'meeting, who :
0 ORANGE. WRAPS,; o t Michigan went dry in April by a every section and industry of
J' :, -- ,. COUNTRY vote of 70000.' The 'census department state, are: G. G. Ware, 5
e VEGETABLECRATES +. ..' -.. 4 estimates that 2,338,000,bushels F. C. Groover, Jacksonville; D
t +. ; used Gillette; Tampa; Z. C. :
PRODUCE. .4 of grain were annually bthe
.;;{. ,+, CRATE NAILS' + .. breweries of. the state, and 280,000 Ocala;' W.; A. Blount Pensacola : \ '
: tons of .coal were consumed: ,These M. Burgnrieries, West Palm
f : ,: . :'04041 . : : 0,.. . ,. o' . figures apply proportionately to Frank K. Anderson, BArtow; :
of this P.'Purler., Vilas.ST. .
All
, breweries in other states. ,
,
'- garden seeds kinds. w... ..-.--
: We sell field and of all.. waste Is licensed by law: consequently '
i 1- .Wi'give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping: 'Pait e had ,women the ballot from an .. LOUIS LIVE STOCK
i Free delivery in city limit 'PboD No.,1Z.1 4' : economic motive. this 'waste would SPECIAL REPORT '

r We an county agents for good f'rliGuriAak:; us for circular aid' riaI, had have there' been been stopped no higher long' ago consideration even- National Stock 'Yards'ill.,

'on fertilizers.: '(U".. S. Feed Administration: License No. G-22092)) than dollars- and cents, :for the June 25, '
I J"ecelptlleaUole: 6000
ballot mewua a -TUICO- -- in- government, Today's ;
.. !, and women are trained. aa a sex in ;10.000; sheep 8500.
r : Per Indigestion.; C.n tlpaO *, or HOWS. youR UVKHtimi daily economics.. CattleMarkesteady with
,BUIeiuaeMjasttrrOnlMeeat fAlar'a mi.....!_! CafcMBrf.which Wrhi 1 week's decline, or $1,00, to $1X0 n
r ,:bottM of t A .VOS _V.....I tnrr n-rtriT tr.flint .nt 1fc..rirtoiUj4ra In April'occurred[ theri city electrode' cwt.,.lower than a- week ago
LUiuid, DWestive c.s.-I_........... eII..I&.... Twenty cities next to,the largest,in everything except prime beef
}' WITH pUSIN.A'' ]Made'andnooouaended I. '. "" .I1.. ...... ....... -----g' i the state,.voted dry: nineteen others which have sold steady right;
r' :Laxative pleasant to Uke..: ....H wUI.........pipe M Interim with lacked .but little of voting out the and canners,,, :which are no more
..... < to the pubao by Paria Medi3 FMV.......'k"r ."..WMl,_.** .. Tha Btnghampton Press 50e. lower ''
.dDe manufactnrers Laxative Brwno ,.. ,T MUM ... ....sroto., i said editorial after,the electionsWithout' [ Quotations-Strictly 'fancy .

'.a ?Qubinrand Grose'!)MWeMITonic) ''I''.....:118.b' .,';'....-.......-..I's..k''. ....'.,,,cwa: T.-.- ..,, JjN ;,to, ", the.. ,vote: .;::of, women.'.onlj: r $Uers ',$16.50. '',to $1'1.251 i ', ,
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POUR THE.,KISSIMMEE VALLEY' GAZETTE;: FRIDAY. JULY 5. 1918 .
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tional holiday' and plans for the 'tographed, l trains,; one rapidly ;
KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE many celebrations developed after the ; overtaking the other the man dropping Classified Advertisements

_ proclamation was issued.w. i '.from the first and opening and As We Gave'the Last Two Weeksour
s. s.M. ..---- turning ,of the switch and the firs
//PW..I..... B....,. Friday. FOR BALE-Runabout Auto; In rood
I KJa.ls __ Valley OsmeUe Ce May M. JAVENS IS APPOINTED train crashing into the siding plough running order; big bargain for quick
7 .- ing up the earth as it plunges from sale. 211 Emmett street of War Stamps to, win the
the advertising
IU"' __ Fl..... -COUNTY AGENT FOR OSCEOLAM. advertising .pace to
the rails and then its
turning sid
on !'. FOR BALE)-Upright piano; An* tone war, we will again come out with some of our prices to 1 let the
W. B. Harris, PrcsUeat M. Javins has been appointedby down the embankment. and In fist class condition. Alen
1ICo' G. >'..I! Asjaew, a.eretary the county commissioners to carry ,Hedda Nova, the beautiful young _steel drop frame couch rackburn new onelia.ll people know that the Bodies nave not got urn ret. '
Russian actress, ,and J.. Frank Glen seat one hall hat ; and see; us, you will be used
WM.pb.>.. m lfStt.ll on the extension work of Osceola *r Florence oil stove with oven; S We Invite everybody to- ome
county. Mr. Javens is here ready to don, young and forceful actor and laying hens. Call at IS1 Emmett St. right whether buy or not.
.._...tl.. Rat... begin his labors and brings with him hero in many O. Henry pictures, are you
Oa COPY. ....-...__..,...| .00 not only experience but enthusiasmand starred in the serial and the train WILL TRADE for ] or exchange city property
One) Copy OneMToenatr ._.__.?._-. 1.00, great belief in the future of 'scene! is about the only one in the entire of any kind.country II. C.property Miller. or stock i8-tf. FOR SATURDAY Crisco, large can ,.*-.. 1-85
a
On Copy. Three Monhs--------- .,, serialin which they are lucky- Crisco,. medium ............ .90
his work. they are in, the train ahead.ED6EWATEF. FOR BALE)-One heavy work horse, Black-eye Peas, lb. ....#'... .11 Crisco, small _..--..-...... .45
direct .
All communications except from'ourMtthorlssd Mr. Javens will be in chargeof ., harn... and walton, cHEAP.: STOUT Lima Beans Ib. ._. .15 3-30
be ? -- -- ? Feed 100 Ibs. -..-
correspondents roust the boys' corn, pig and LUMBER COMPANtJ741 .
peanut
....... by the writer. clubs as well as other activities in ,Good Prunes, 2 l Ibs. .*_...:_ .25 Oats, 100 Ibs.. -.- 3.60
Rejected matter will not be. returned FARMERS-Bend today for a fro sum- 2,Ibs. .30 Corn 100 Ibs. 3.90
of Peaches 16e ,
silesis called fyr. fact he will personally direct nil p1s copy of the Florida Farmer and Best Evap. 2.30
the State extension work. Stockman, published at JacksonvilleTells Cheese, lb. ..... ....__..::_- .30 Velvet Bean Meal -
(Entered In the Postofflce at Klsslmsail. Mr. Hlghhill, who has been nlling\ On Friday June 21st, a pleasant about livestock ralslnadairy' Alfalfa Meal .,-*.- 2.55 {
Florida as second-class matter.) Ingpoultry, citrus fruit and truck lulls ... 1:60Prince
this for the vast month to social and ice cream party was held Cotton Seed l % -*-
position Ing-, twice a month at too per year- U. S. Smoking : ._...:: .08 ID .06
complete County Agent Evans un- at the home of Mr. Wm. Allen. A three years for II 00. Only livestockand Best Creamery Butter, -
Albert, Pkg'.kg. ........ .14
.... .28
....
expired term, left this week for iiI large number attended and a most .. general. farming paper In tlitate. George Washington' pkg. ._ .06 Minced Ham, Ib. o
Write today. Oats. .30
headquarters at Gainesville. Mr., delightful evening was spent. One Stag, pkg. ...._...__...::.. .05 3 Ib. '7 oz. pkg. R611ed . .., .06
.
Hlghhill has charge of the boys'dublin feature that added largely, to the FOR RENT-Furnlihcd room. 01 Velvet, pkg. ._-_..._._.._.- .11 Potted Ham, Libby .11
central and southern Florida and pleasure of the occasion was a dance apartments for light housekeeping Tuxedo, pkg. '.............. .10( Vienna Sausage, Libbv's, can
conditions In modern convenient house, close In Hash 13c, 2.. .25
co-operates with the county agents Crop in this neighborhood Corn Beef can
.. .ld
Camel 1 .
loire B. B Wells. Real Relate and Insurance Cigaicttes, pkg., .15
Veal Loaf. c.n
in these activities. ..are fairly good. All our peo IIS Mabbette St. Phone XI pkg. .......-..... .... .08 Beef, Pork and bot.... .10 5,
w. .. g.---- pie are bending their utmost effort Renot' .. Household Ammonia,
pfcg. ....... rOB
O a 'r Q and FOR 8ALH-Ballys' Bus Line. Kid.simmee bottle . .. 05
to feed
plant large crops help the Flour with Blueing ---,;- L..
THE
24 Ibs.
AN OPEN LETTER TO (
V nation the to Ht. Cloud, t 6pan.enirerFord Pillsbury ,.... *.. .10 L
t during war. Potash, large can .
CO. FOOD ADMINISTRATOR touring car; 1 Ford bus, 1 substitute) ..': ; _..__:: 1.60 .25
Cattle are looking fine now, the I Stoddard Dayton 'Truck; 1 Trailer' Barley Flour lb.-. ____1 1. .08 Cal. Peaches, heavy syrup.-
OgsrAT ... SAhyoe recent rains having started the gras Paying business; wood reason. for per Cal. Peaches small -------- -14 i
'' Head 'Rice Ib..... .11 ,
PR E IB there no 'way to regulate ..thlimItation to growing. Our people are" deeply; selling J.: F. Bailey. Fancy per Tomatoes, No. 1 can lOc, 3 ftr> .25
Water Ground lb. ......... ..08Rumforg
restricted
of of
purchases .25
..
interested in the eradication of the Tomato Pulp 10c, S for -.
articles? For instance, now that we FOR SALE Eighty acres;' 11 acres Baking Powder lb.. .25 .. .14
cattle tick, and the construction workon cleared and under fence; X acre. In Best Early June Pef s. can
are to, purchase but three pounds of two dipping 'vats will be started bearing orange grove; 12,000 worthof Best Salt Bacon lb-----; .30 Small cans __.____......__- .09
a month to the individual is of timber on tract: four Good While Bacon Ib.-_.-._ .25 .32 "
FRIDAY JULY 5 1918 sugar within the next few days- Maxwell House Coffee, ccn .4.
,
, !
I there no to prevent a citizen room house and kitchen Also CO Breakfast Bacon, Ib.; ........ .45 .35
way Ike Bronson is bunch House Coffee; can ...
gathering a head of cattle and a food bunch or : White
lIam
Sliced Ib. ........ ... .48
that from purchasingThree pounds from of the finest beef cattle that have hogs loose the 'best ,there is ..35
6ousa should hive composed range on range. Senate, -------
one merchant, and then Farming tools and Implements, Located Salmon, per can ,_...__..... 18 : *
been here .
,time for seen for several! Arbuckles .. .-.Z--
march in ,
:: ?
American wedding I similar years ---- -- ,
a downtown and a near' Kenansvllle. Price00.. Argo Salmon .::..._....... 28
purchasing? which be sold in .. ... .10
the of'.l une brides will the local market. half cash balance terms suit. BH Minoe Meat'pkg. :-- --
crop amount from another? We hear of Wt 8. .B.-...i Ouv, Kenansvllle, a.to 25-tf Bull Head Catsup, bet. 13c 2 '.25 Best Evaporated Peaches ,... .15 1
Valley Gazette ; persons' who "are supposed to'stand Eba Milk. can ..__.-*_-._-.. .05 ._;.._. .04-
The Kissimmee ELL WITT. PRESIDENTELI Jar Rings, doz. _._._..
weeklieson [for the"* highest ideals of "Christian DWELLINGS for rent. Apply -to M Eagle Milk can .._ ........ ..20Mohawks ... .10
1 one of the healthiest' looking News. citizenship doing so. Does the government WITT CIGAR COMPANY"LAUNCHES Tiller. can ... ...--.... .15 Best RedZUngsrdoz..r-s.DRUGS ,
the line. Arcadia Daily -- '
propose :just to trust to .,the FOR SALE Second-hand Carnation can ..--.-..-_--_ .08 .. .25
I NEW CIGAREli Ford cars : 1 lb can Cocoa .......... "1
If our boys can face the Huns' on I I honor of people, to comply with reg- at attractive prices. Osceola- Motor St. Charles can ........... .06 Blue,Label! Vaseline bot .-._ .05

the western front-can't you face the,, ulations? Are not.those who are devoid Witt, president of the EH Witt Co, 107 Broadway. Van Camp's Milk can ...___ .08 Turpentine, battle ..-........ .10 Z

War Savings Stamp selling agencies? ': of honor the very ones who ought Cigar Company, one of the best BAILEY'S AUTO SERVICE! Klsstmmee Pet milk, Baby, can -..-..._ .06 Caster Oil, 'lottle ._....__.. .10
Karo No. 10 ..... _.__._. 1.00
to be made to ? Is it fair to ?
comply known cigar men, not onlyIn the to St. Cloud 10 a. m., 1 p. m. and 7:80PI : Castorta bottle' -..-..-.-..- .30 t'
I No. fi .... ___... .60
MAt 'em boys Eat 'em Oh those who conscientiously comply South but in the entire United States, m. St. Cloud to Klsslmmee S a. m., Light Karo Epsom Salts box ... .05 .
up.
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with the regulations to let those who 11 m. and 5.SO p. m. Central Drug Alaga Syrup, gal. ........ 1.15 '
of drive is Just placing them market his bottle .. ..... .10
yes, that was the rally cry a on Store Kissimmee phone 41 ; Marine's ...... .58 Camphor, --- '
Alaga Syrup %-gal.
allright, : but it referred to potatoes are without any sense of honor-who latest creation. "Eli Witt's HandMade Drug Store 8t Cloud Phone, El; Salts, box .--..-.-..--...- .05 1 I;
No. .....
2 .. .22
t Syrup
would not know a conscience if they ," a new five cent cigar. Mr. Residence 8t Cloud phone St. Cars Alaga /
:That proposed age limit for the were to meet it in the road-go right, Witt says that in the past nineteen for hire. Bailey' transfer. Htf Alaga Syrup, No. 1 ........ ..17AU ;.Other Thing Accordingly- :

draft reminds one of the styles In on acting the hog? Is there no pro- Fears( he has created manufacture --- -
waist lines never twice in the sam tection to the loyal citizen and the and marketed well known brands The Joy of Living EVERYBODY INVITED TO INSPECT OUR SANITARY STORE -

place. government which have a total sale of more than To enjoy life we mu'at have good AND GET PRICES. Ou Motto Is: Cordiality; 16 oz. to the' I
W. B. WITHERSPOON.ii ,
.. 60,000,000' annually. health. No one can reasonably hope pound rd 100 Cents on the Dollar. !
-i II.I! - y
Georgia authorities, it is said! When Mr. Witt first started! to to get much real of life
found whskey! in a coffin. Then BASS ILLE SHOWS PATRIOTIC manufacture cigars he looked forward when h bowels are 1clogged a good

goodness it has reached its prop SPIRIT. to the day when' he would t finda share of the time and the poisons.that CUT PRICE CASH GRO ERY1
place at last. smoker which' he would feel was should be expelled are absorbed into

The'observance of National War good enough to bear his name and the system producing headache and ,. -
No Alien woman registered, in Kiselmmee ; Savings Day at Bassville was carriedout after nineteen years of effort his indigestion. A few doses of Cham Phone 141 422 Broadway f
last week showing the en, according to spirit as well as the I I dream has been realized. In this la berlain's Tablets will move the bowels .

tire population to be patriotic., out- letter of the suggestion of the gov I test creation brought about by a strengthen the digesti n end give
wardly, at least. ernment. great many, years of study, Mr. Witt you a chance) to realize the real joy '
A country meeting was held at believes he hue created a blend whichis of living. Try it. Everybody Who Is Anybody Advertises Their .'W.Db" in the Gazette .j

Kerensky receive a warm Teception Friers' when every able bodied citizenin I the highest of perfection and ... ,_ _
in America. There are a lot that Section was present and prac which he believes will soon becomea

of people here who have always believed tically every one pledged the purchase national seller. .This new brand is
he'>'would come beck" and are of Thrift or War Savings now on sale tt all retail stands, in

glad to learn of this visit and Ita ob- Stamps In fact the full supply of Kissimmee. _ _ Adv.])
.. -
w. a.
Ject. Stamps on the "round was exhausted !
before the 'day was over. The total COMMISSIONERS ASSESS 2 '
Okeechoboe City is to have an aviation subscription passed the $200 mark. MILLS FOR TICK ERADICATION

landing station, putting it on W. H. Mann, district chairman for -

the circuit with Arcadia ,J5ebrin, the day, was in charge of the exercises (Continued fro*hi Page One)
Okeechobee, Moore Haven and back which included a splendid four bridge to be used jointly bv the com

to Arcadia. Florida's newest county minute talk by Miss Eva Tucker, one pany, for train service and for gen- S7JA

eat is some precocious infant.' ot'the four minute girls of ,Kissim eral public service! the company also ,
IWMM1 V mee Other Kissimmee visitors present agreeing to flag the trains acrossthi
Approximately $20 oar' capita i iwhat is were. Misses Katherine. Tiller and bridge. The matter was discussed!
the government asks the American Elsie McCoskev.The at some length and finally carried 1

people to invest in Thrift Bassville ,people was ever the Clerk being Instructed- adver-
donated January 1, That sum i II' mindful of the food administration's tise for bids recording to the plans

not to any cause mind you request and a fish fry was the attractive and specifications 'as presented.Mr. .
but just laid away for..a rainy day.There' feature of the dinnermow .- Gillespie of the Alabama

/ -- .. ... Paving Co., presented a bill for ex ,
icn't a better displayed and cess work on the Loughman road,
STATE TAXES REDUCED ..
'printed or more "attractive wetotf ,t H.. ..' > '" '--- -i , stating that he had been unable to ..
'l " : .
d\ : :: v> "t I .n
paper in the South than the :Kiasinxnee Tallahassee, FlaJuly1.-lly; :: reducing "i- get, the engineer in charge at that .
Valley Gazette.-Tcmpa Trtrane. 'f.
the tax levy for 1913. Gov. time to O. K. this account, althoughhe : i
,
: Such a compliment fr..m such
had authorized the, work. The
Catts will save Floridians who pay j jI
s,source is indeed highly rppreehted.Kiallntmee' taxes something like $325,000' annually voting members of the board were

he having reduced the millagi divided equally on this matter t.nd
little old Toho-
lake I
the discussion! consumed a great deal ,
I both in the general revenue fund'andthe
nekaliga has nothing in name on the
;
pension fund one-half mill. of time. The attorney for the board
English lake on the banks of which was asked for his opinion just before v "
For 1917 the state tax ,was nine .
stands the beautiful village of LI an- i
noon and gave it in favor of the
mills and for 1918 it will be eight ;
faSrpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogo mills. e company. During the afternoon session ,
hi 1 Tampa w. a.! L- the board voted, Overstreet and

/Tribune. KISSIMMEE $1000 W. S. S. CLUB Guy voting yea, Milliard and Bass ft .
'
Chairman Mach then his '
no. gave
'Bottom rail gets on' top ,these days The $1000 War Savings Club of' vote in favor of paying the account. BEAST E r

The, often scorned black-eyed peas, Kissimmee now numbers in its' personnel Tax Collector C. L. Bandy presented Js..b

commonly known as cow peas, are ; his final tax report, which was ac-i M Mr
jelling at thirty gents a quart i iJacksonville. In J. Z. Roberson T. M. Clark State cepted and signed '

.-Times-Union. Their Bank of Kissimmee .T, L. Overstreet, The clerk was instructed to drawa

p popularity is easily accounted for, F. H. Tyner C. W. Ward A. Cotter. warrant in favor of W. I, Barber,

us they _thrive= beat in a dry climate man, J. L. Beaman, Mrs. Beaman :Tax Assessor, for $508.75, the bal-
)Mrs. T. M Rivers Woman's" Home ance due him for 1917, and one in
Bob' Holly 'editor of, the Sanford Guard--Company Company B.av favor of Milton Pledger, attorney for

1 Herald is threatening to go to war, 8.B.-. the board, for $100, the fee for de

and says it couldn't possibly be worse< FIFTEEN. THOUSAND DOLLARS I fending the case of W. B. Crawford, ofBERLIN
than the newspaper business just at I representing the Edwards Construction
this stage of the game. ,While Bob i is I FOR TICK ERADICATIONDeLand Co., of Tampa, vs. Osceola
youthful enough to make a good sol county.
July 4<-Volusia county 4 '
dies, we suspect he would have to be commissioners Contractors Arnold & McDonoughpresented
have put $15,000 in
examined with his hat on to "get by"the
a showing drawingsfor
the year's budget for fifty cattle dipping map
limit.
age vats to be erected in the county the proposed vault extension.The .
board instructed the 'Clerk to
Action taken after m
was a committeeof
Misses Polly Libby and Rachel cattle and business advertise for bids to be received at
men appeared
House"who anxious to
were earn
I the August meeting.
4 money for Thrift Stamps are catch before the commission asking an appropriation ;
C. E. Carlson of the Peninsular
to fight cattle ticks:! The
,;ing grasshoppers and selling them
Engineering & Construction Com-
to .Prof,:, A._ G. Reynolds to be sent delegation was "headed'. B...--by_Fred..I ..i Burt. pany, of Tampa, asked the board to
to museums and zoos of the country; make arrangements to pay t'.:e com
to be'exhibited with specimans of METHODIST CIIURCH pany for all work completed on the m
1 Florida insects and reptiles. Leave Preaching Sunday ot 11 a. m, "and St. Cloud-Melbourne highway at the

it' to the women for something ori 8 p. m. ,Morning subject "The River end of the month.. This was agreed

ginak, of Peace;" evening "subject, "The to.The See the blood,, thirsty mad dog "of Europe. The Man whose
World After the War.
board consented to the '
; Look out, Huns! Kissimmee has Prayer meeting Wednesday even- Alabama, Paving Company all pay, exceptfive heart Satan would give the entire kingdom of Hell for. ,A Man

t an organized Woman's Home Guard. Ing will be in charge of the Baraca per cent, of the total estimate the .
caused
lUurder--of
wholesale
whose entire
v, Slot to defend the homes by force of class. These young men ran the of the completed .work on the Loughman nasty, slimy brain

r ;,urns, however, though military drill thermometer up to 63 at their last road. nations. The Man who made immorality, crime, murder, license
.; Is one feature of thejr activities, but leading. ,,All services will be just one A. Arnold, of Kennsville presented ,
'to support the government in every; hour. In length-during the summer a petition for a road beginning at and rape the commandments of the hordes of Hun baby killers.

.war measure, by organized womanpower. months J. D. Sibert, pastor the ''west end of Flagler avenue inKenansville '
. The first patriotic service w, e.B. and run west to residence The Man who was 'refused- a passport to hell. The Man that vermin

{will be the War Savings Stamp drive THIS SCREEN TRAIN WRECKIS of Gus Ba... Road Superintendent and filth germs will refuse to eat when he is dead. A mongrel

,and the first act of the organization 100 PER CENT THRILL L. R. ,Farmer was instructed
'(was to go over the top with a. pledge to make an examination of the 'proposed among the hell hounds. A 'Mnri{'' that Uncle Sammy will make

tat .tl-OOO. "The Woman in the Weh. Vltn.graph's route and report at the next -
'T----- .r- laie.t'.ndarreat .i-IS-chap- re_.tar meet'Thepe '..".'... hard to catch in a little. while.

4 Fbrty-slx 'societies :representing 22 tel'' adventure serial, has been stamp .titior% for the new road in

:nationalities of foreign-born citizens! ed "different,than its amazingly successful township 25, range 27-Mulberry
prepared monster celebrations predecessors,' "The"Fighting Sink district, which has beep before i

''suits, parades, and speech maldng in Trail" and. "Veng'88nce-end the the board for several, meetings, was Graystone Casino Friday July 12th

,JSe principal cities of the United Woman." Hence l ig! the second episode discussed.'" It was decided to grant
JBtates for July 4. Represented in theBroun which will be shown in the Ca. the; road, and the survey was orderedto ,
were' r1'ahineenbCaechodavi sino Theater on Monday, the two express be made the road to' be built as
trains the hero soon as the road superintendent is KISSIMMEE FLORIDA -
BeJffUuis, one nrrying ,,
ft... Dutch, Finns, French French- and the heroine and the other the able to begin the work. ,.

&at. Germans, Greeks, Hun. pursuers, do notcrash together. The No Worm. In a Healthy Child '

t _.; Italians,. Japanese. 'Uthufnotw only' reason, they V>nt,''however, is All children tranblsd with worms have amtnuakky Admission 25c and 50c', .
/ glans( Poles .'Portugese' because when speeding along at a color,which Indicate poor blood and as a
M..X Roumanians, South, Slavs, mile a minute,' ''the pursuing train is ml..,there U ours or !.*. stomach dlstorbanca.GJtOVE "
i and Bwiss. In May these so- hurled into a ditch' when, the ,body. '8 TASTELESS: coill TONIC IvsD nsttlaity: SHOWS AT A. M. 2 4 7:30.AND: '
appNl-d to,President Wilson guard of the hero drops from his far cw... tan! wssks will enrich. ths Mood Impnv.thedia.atan 10 9:30 P.M

train and in ,the nick'of ,tine, throws .asdaotuaGeo.rel&r.otbslog .
ILs a calling upon Toeia to UM whole rttna. Natsrs wUI Ibis .
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Eiition to' unite with a switch., throwega dap.llbl .worms.aDd ths Child will beIs .
,I e &",the aar The eqtire; 'Action is, ,plendldltpbo1': -' I ( P r ot '......a take. WopsrboiUs.. -

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ii T J.- 'HFerguson of 'St Cloud is a 'G.:, W. Persons is sporting 'a new 1 ... .

. : INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS .1. business visitor in the city today. Oakland ear.-- I'

William Comerford,, a homesteader Mr. and Mrs. O. Pt Lutz left town.
......... ................ One week from "today- 'TilE from Loughman, transacted businessin Friday night '
town today evgarTUR1rr"c.
KAISER. ,
F.; W.. Hill of Narcoossee is spend vr
: \ (Weather Report j j Dr D. 'B.t Weinenga of Orlando M. r. Stout, who has spent the (ng the day in town on !>business. ,y /U
passed through the city yesterday. week here on business, will return to
Buchanan on Tuesday Mrs. M. M. Armour returned Monday "
Pearl Whit'begins "The House,, fflats" from Daytona Beach, where she
Following are daily tempera at ther.Catino, Saturday night. Mrs. Nan FreuU, who has been the spent a week's vacation., -
i tures and precipitations, reported .. truest of her aunt Mrs. E, L. Lesley,
by Government stationat Mrs. C. M. Bandy spent a week In left Tuesday for her home at Akron, ,A. MacDonough. went up to .
Kissimme'fo-' the week wading Bartow, the ,guest of -Mrs. R. M. Ohio Jacksonville Saturday and took the
Siomson. examination for a commission in thequartermaster'
Thursday, July 4: For SalTwo-paaaenger' auto, In department.Mrs.
Max. MIn. Rain , Senator Donegan, of Kissimme, .good running* order. Must! bo sold in p
r Friday ___'? .. 91 73 was in the city yesUrday.--Sunday next ten days. Make offer. W. W. M. G. Waring Lakeland who
e Morning Sentinel Saunders 221 Emmett St.. was called to Orlando to the bedsideof
Saturday .. .. 93 73 .24 ,
her
father, J..M. Lee, came to Kis
+ Sunday 92 74. Mrs. A. Tress and daughter Miss 1 simmee
?-- -Olin and J. D. Sibert came down today for a few'days.Mrs. .
Francis visited relatives in Jacksonville We are thoroughly .in touch 'with the furniture situationat
4 Monday __ ___ 94. 72 .95 from Mount Verde Thursday for a
.24 last week., few hours with their parents Dr. and .. W. A. Goodbread of Savan alltimes. It i I. part of our business in order that our service
93 71
Tuesdays.; Mrs.: J. D. Sibert. They returned to nab; Ga.. is expected today 'On a visitto to our patrons may be efficient and of value to them:,
Wednesday ... 87. 71 Peter McCutcheon, one of\fbt! prosperous the school 'on the afternoon train.. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bailey. Mrs. It is. our knowledge and1\ experience' in this business that
Thursday .. .. 89 72 farmers of this section, was Goodbread, is a sister of A/ W. Bailey. makes this store a safe-place for you to buy furniture:
in town Saturday. Mr..and Mrs. Roger Dodd and son,
ttOooooooo.o..O..oot'oo It i I. not essential that you D* a keen'shopper or fully
1 Postmaster Hamilton of .Kissim day.Roger,Mr.left Dodd for will Jack.onvilleyester attend .the bankers .- JULY MEETING OF posted on the different woodsy finishes, styles .or designs.You .

Norma Talmadge: in "A flight. to tnee Park, was .business .visitor to meeting in that city and Mrs.Dodd THE SCHOOL BOARD, can safely buy on our statements, 'as you are always ,
Purchase. today Casino. Kissimmee Saturday and son will go on to spend a assured of a refund of the purchase price on any article found
"Mrs. Miriam Quina and children month at their old home at Ringgold, The"county school board held the not, to be as represented.:
H A. E. Drought of St. Cloud was In Ga. regular Julv meeting at the court
.town. Monday on his regular visit. have returned from a visit to her .. house Monday with chairman W., C.
Monday mother in Sumter county. Gerald Rivers returned to Savan- Bass, presiding, and. W. R. Lanlr.; of C. H. GRANTHAM
, Roy Stewart will appear '"The Woman'in the Web" is a very nah, Ga., Monday after a visit with ,Campbell. J. H. Baisden, of Kenans-
,t in "The Boss of the .Lazy Y". at they interesting serial. You are missinga his yarenta. Dr. and Mrs.. 1'. M. Rivers. vllle, and Supt. Yowell, present. ''
Casino. good thing if "ou don't see it. Gerald is employed in the ship: Routine business attending the organjzitig i ,. 'J1te s.'iJ'o Stop"I I

" Roy Bass returned at the end of yards in Savannah and will continue' for the coming year, occupied .
Mr. R. M. Evans, principal of the iris work there till school opens In"111e the session. J. S. Cadet was
last week from a three. days' trip toDeer Kissimmee high school!, is here todayon fall. appointed attorney for the board.
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bualnel.-Tallahas\ee Democrat.'Mrs. W.a. DAIRY COWS TESTED

FOR RENT -Furnished flat with \, Mr J; M.- Lee, one' of the best I LAUNCH RIDE'AND,., PICNIC FOR TUBERCULOSIS
W. J. Sears and known citizens of Kissimmee
r modern improvements.. W. B. Harris! son, Joseph, who Mr. and Mrs. Sanderson, Misses Let Me r .
Gazette-office.. 14tiChu. night Jr. returned from '''Miami Monday has been critically ill at.a hospital fh' Emily and Mary Sanderson, Thelma That' Kissimme ,intends to keep
after extended visit with Orlando is
an reported improving a. lit '.
Sutton, Eva Tucker and John San- abreast, with the
most
,friends.-- tle each Mr. Lees .wide circle progressivecities ExamineYour
Donegan, 's'well' known Deer Ai day. )derson were pleasant party of merrymakers .
Park citizdn{ .pent ,several days in I been of friends' here.1w111 be gratified\ to leaving the city Thursday of the state was again demon .
Mr. Brocksmith who has
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Kissimmee this week. I learn, of'his. improvement. I strated this week when Dr. W. A. "-' '
I employed at the Bank of Okeechobee, to. spend the national holiday with a Eyes"I ".
,1 G. L. ''Sullivan was In town from left for Kissimmee Satqrday'okeechobee J. R., Donegan, who is living on;launch. trip. A picnic dinner at' Fri- Miinsell, assistant' state voteranarl-
er's and visit,to Paradise bland an, of Green @ov Springs, made a
the Boggy creek section' Call,, Robert's Island, east of Narcoossee, cove a ) -
on the return trip were attrac- professional visit to.. the city and test
had the misfortune to break his rightankle
.transacting business:? MondaY'1)! Mr; and )In. C."H. Funk Mr. and about three weeks andjij-} tive features of the day. ed the entire dairy stock here,for tu have the .clentidc'lnatruments .
ago _ _ .
Mrs. Thad Oliver and children worein W.t. berculosis. for determining and the GLASSES
Sam Summerlin of Jacksonville has ,though he is improving slowly! .lie is
purchased two thousand head of .cat town Tuesday from 'the Union still unable to get about. The accident JHE SUMMER'SCHOOL'The Out of t.'he..191 cows taking the correcting, any and all defects w
1 tie from,Calvin Platt. ,Center section. occurred on account of a team summer school opened at the treatment only one was condemned.This of vision, NO MATTER the nature '

W. H.: Kem fer.of'Deer Park was I j C: H. Grantham has moved his running away.. 'I high, a school building small attendance.last Mondaywith '' The for the by cowapnlso the.way establishes, and is evidence a record of of, your case. If your
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h.1 the city Monday transacting. bnsi I family into the pretty residence on |I'I'A.. S. Nelson writes from Wichita, children very who failed to make their the healthy condition 'of the dairy GLASSES do not fit you perfect
ness at the court house. II Mabbette street he recently purchasred ' Kan.; where he and Mrs. Nelson now grades last term are missing a stock. When the test was administered I ly, call on me.. '
from Mr.. Kenney.Mr. I are, that the weather' there is extremely mighty good opportunity to a number of cows showed a reaction -' I fit thai responds to
prepare any eye r
.A. Nimmick, one. of the well hot.- They have returned but in due time this subsided, '
just
'1, '1 C. E.: Howard is spending today themselves for the examinations at light:
residents of Mulberry Sink,
from Dallas Texas, where indicating it to have Veen .caused by
Kissimmee In ,the interest of they the opening of school., The. school ,
spent Monday in. Kissimmee. j I the .Sub-Tropical Midwinter Fair.-+ have been visiting their sons, Walter will last for eight weeks, otber than. the dread disease. You 'are Invited to call for consultation -.

C. F. Johnson, the genial editor of .Reporter-Star,( Friday). ,I and, Clyde, who are ,1 stationed!. at ,the attendance will warrant provided'j There are, Dr. Munich states"onlya and advice.
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..... few cities in Florida this
the St. Cloud Tribune business I an aviation camp. W'-e. e.- making
was a i Roscoe Roberson left Saturday for I I TEN MORE SELECTMEN TO high standard for their milk and ott '
visitor ,in Kissimmee Monday I IHon. Mr.
and Mrs ,
y I : McCoskey expect to dairy 'Kissim
I South Carolina, where they will visit er DR. E S' HOFFMAN
LEAVE CAMP SHELBYThe
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C. S. Acree was in from the friends in Georgetown and Conwayfor 'leave the last of the week for me is to be congratulated that she ,
l Point Monday combining business at .a week or ten days. taGa., where they will put Atlan"j local board has 'been'instructed is among this number. .
Leslie, in a sanitarium. Their .Occultist-Optician
,the court house with pleasure. The subject was. introduced in the r
I Mrs N. L. O'Berry of Kissiaimee ter MM. G. W. Millard and family to draft ten men to be sent to Camp city council meetingseveral weeks
John Baisden of Kenansville was arrived here Saturday night to visit anJ 1>Miss Elsie McCoskey, will ac- I Shelby, at Hattiesburg Miss:, leaving ago and has been actively supportedby 28, West Church Street,
in town Monday to attend the meet- her daughter for several weeks.I I company the party to that' point, here on the midnight train Mon the dairy men of Kissimmee who PRLANDOf'LA.
!' ing of the county school board. I Bartow Courier-Informant. then go to join Mr. Millard in Penn day, July 15th. Another call is' expected have welcomed this action which'will
/ sylvania. for,thirteen men to leave the standardize the business as well
l Mr.' Wood Tyner made a business Capt. II; M. Breaker took up some latter part of the month, which will insure sanitary milk' products:
trip to'.Tallahassee the early part of of the members of .the band to Orlando Mrs. C. J, Bass and Mrs. J. A. Prevail take all of those in class. 1. 'l I
tin'' week. 'j j yesterday to perform during .have" returned to Orlando from Following( are the names of those
,'the fourth of July celebration. Kissimmee, where they were called by who will leave on the Earl -
Achias Bai's shipped sixtysevenhead ''the. death of'their oldest sister, Mrs. John Qrville Cowger, Lanier FOR SALEBAILEY'S ,
t of prime beef' steers on Monday Prominent visitors in Orlando Saturday .N.' J. Tyson, who has been a resident Bob Evans, Charles Kennon, Nicholas I
.f' to Summerlin Company, of Jackson- from .Kissimmee included Mr.'of Kissimmee for 35 years. The funeral Smith 'James Hezlca IIaney 11111Tindait : Brahma BullsFor
Ue., and Mrs. E. L. Lesley, Senator A. E.. was largely attended by friends I Harry C. Williams, Jim .Ev TRANSFER LINE
I Donegan and Mr. W. McLeod. 'and relatives and burial was in Rose erett Barber, Embry La Martin.
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iL. C. Massey, a, prominent attar.. demonstration'I' Hill Cemetery,-(Monday ReporterStat. ..w. .. ..- SaleB. Kissimmee to St. Cloud .
j hey of Orlando, was a Kissimmee visJ ' Miss Smith, canning DARING ROBBERY
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} or Monday, spending several hours : agent;for Osceolacounty., was in the Tare Ford 5-P..... Tearing Cars.OB .
r ,$W I'city yesterday, the gu est'of Mrs. Nellie I 'Secretary'' Carson Farmer'of the COMMITTED__ BY NEGROOne .0 Ford Bas '

I f Biesener W. Taylor.. -Sunday Morning local I board received notification a few the LESTER I
Josephine of most
+ Miss of Kin Sentinel. daringsrobberieson 0.. Stoddard Daytoa Track.
days that four of the drafted
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4 ;i:: simmee is assisting W. P. Huie in .his ago who left here days record in the history of the city:' OB. Trailer. ,
negroes some
real estate business.-Haines City' It. S. McLetidon district agent for ago .was committed on Thursday night Headquarter Osceola
for Dix N. J. and famous ,
Herald. Camp were found of last week when a. entered My BOW* strawberry
the state extension work, was a business negro
'I visitor in Kissimmee this week. stranded in New York city by the authorities . the home of Supt. A. W. Joiner-and I Pharmacy or .City Market patch and all tk* property I
; Contractor Carleson was'prominent and were furnished transportation took his that la aid Goad' :
J\ Mr. McLendon makes his headquarters trousers were hangingnear as-save tar St ,, FU.
and back the
sent to
among the St. Cloud business 'men at Gainesville.T camp. his bed and his watch. The
pending several hours Jin. ;. this city As New York city is beyond Camp trousers were found next morning r
Monday. '' ; N. Clark and Geo. McClosky :e- Dix, and their transportation read to in a neighbor's :yard but the watch ,
turned Sunday from Charleston, 8. the latter place, Mr. Farmer is at a has not been recovered. -
A. L. Wright. state highway engineer .have been loss to account: for their haying goneon
C., where they working on Mr. Joiner stated he felt confidentthe W. H. ARNOLD ALAN .X.MACDONOUGH'
located'at Taft in' to New
was town York, .
.government buildings. C. M., Break intruder was -a negro when he
i s, -?' missioners'Monday attending meeting.the county corn-. er returned yesterday. *' Mr. J.,, H. Young of the Young Fdl- saw the tracks and.since, then he was ARNOLD &. MacDONOUGH
lows told by a friend who'passed the
of
Company Tampa was a business -
Miss Etta Witherspoon, who is
em
i '. Miss Mildred' the caller house shortly before 4 o'clock that,
L'ightsev spent in Kissimmee on Thursday ,Contractor. Engbi Architect.
ployed at Mulberry, was home for a ers.
the window shade was .'up, and that
past week at the pleasant country week-end visit with her parents Dr. on return from his honeymoontour. '
}! and Mrs. Wltbera On. She return During this stay here he' was he saw a negro standing beside the DARLINGTON AVE. CITIZENS BANK BLDO. "
Commisdonor bed looking at Mr. Joiner. The
a caller at the S. R. Chapman home.
I ed to her duties Monday
I Among the- Kissimmee people negro 'evidently intended to take ne
f" Miss Elsie Norton the obliging Mica Lucy Witherspoon has accept.iI spending last week in Daytona and chances for he brought Mr. Joiner'saxe
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clerk at the post office window left. in with him and forgot to take
ed the position with the Waters & J returning home Monday were Mrs. .
Wednesday on her vacation for' a Carson Grocery Co. vacated by Miss I C. A. Carson, Mrs. P. K. Weaver, it away when he left:: The officers
visit with her parents at Okeechobee. j''Elsie,McCoskay, who leaves this week I Misses Inez Carson Marie Huddle- have no clue as to, the identity .of I

Civil Encriheer II. E. Wvlie of St.l for a visit in Pennsylvania.: I I ston, Mattie Stanford; Dorothy Wells, the thief. W.I'I.II' .-.

Cloud-- wa. among, the' out'of I Miss Lois Johnson, who recently caster.Minkie Gardner and' Cornelia Lan, WILL PURCHASE $40 WORTHOF
visitors here Monday, looking after Taylor's WeeklyFor
completed a course in' stenography WAR SAVINGS STAMPSThe
2 business at the county court house. I and typewriting at the Tampa Business G. M. 'Senrousc, jr., formerly the

: C. V McCranie, brother of J. J. college, hcs accepted a'positionin director of the Kissimmee Band now receipt of the following letter
McCranie, and his wife left last week the office of Senator DonD.. assistant band. director in Uncle I is--hereby acknowledged. Are there ..
Sam's service, left for Guyton, Ga., not other Osceola county people who '"
'for Charleston S. C., where he has I Mrs. C II, Summers ,
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accepted position in1 the ship vards. accompauiedby Monday after a few days .here with temporarily' away from home
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tier sons, 'C. H. and Christie, arrived relatives and friends. Sergeant Sher- who will do likewise? _
Graham Young arrived home from last week for an indefinite: stayin ouse is stationed at Anniston, Ala., "Swannanoa, N. C., June 28, 1918. Benefit the.
i :', Tampa on Sunday to spend a ten Kissimmee. They are pleasantly and is enjoying a short furlough with "We the undersigned, agree to purchase the of Buying
days vacation. lie travels South. located in apartments at the home his parents. at Guyton, where Mrs. forty dollars (40.00) worth of ,
Florida for the American Tobacco of Mrs. Sarah Cohoon. Shearouse it visiting. His Mother- W. s. S. by'the close of J918, so '

company. Mr. and Mrs. Lyles Story and small in-daw, Mrs. Sarah Prevatt, accom- 'pleas put us down as subscribers to Public ; .
son were weekend visitors at the panied him on his return and will the recent W. /S. S. drive. .
P. A.'Vans Agnew, a prominent at- EDWARDS
spend some time there. MRS..F. C.
Sergeant
home of Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Mills at
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torney of Jacksonville and well
Shearouse l
expects to leave for over MISS ALMENA LEITNERD.
Winter Haven where Mr. .Story wenton
known business here aa a former resident and a business mission connected with seas soon, when Mrs. Shearouse will G. Wagner, .chairman, White Salt Meat, b..._._.__ .25 Albacore Tuna Fish- .__;1.10::
few hours in
man event a make her Com.
home here. Osceola Co. W. S. S.
Kissimmee Monday on a business his store there, They returned ,home Side Meat, .uncut Ib____?. -.. .28 Whit Meat Tuna, ,_____._.," OS

mission. Sunday. Corn Flour Ib ..?_.-_-__.--- .08 7%, os. Pure Fruit Jelly __... ..15

Mr. and Mrs. I?. D. Guice and mingling C. S. Acree with friends of Edgewater and attendingto was Rye, Flour It ._?.....___..07 VI Corn, Flake ._....._.,_--.. ,10,' s
daughter, Miss Elon, left Tuesday in
their car for Atlanta and other pointsin business matters in Kissimmeelast Small Pail Cottolene .._____ '.50 Baby Hebe ,Milk ___..._-___.. .05

Georgia, where they will spend Monday. Steve is one of thiscounty's Summer School % GaL Cane Syrup ___.__--: .39 Baby ,,Van Camp's ':Milk ..... .05

i relatives.the remainder. of the summer. -visiting and states most that his progressive crops are farmers unusu, 1 Gal. Cane and Corn ....... .78 ,Baby Pet Milk ......n...... .08

ally fine. % Ib Chase & Sanborn' Tea .29 Sweet Toilet Soap __07 and .10 r

C. D. Carroll of Fitzgerald, Ga.. Best Green Coffee -_...__,-- .20 White Rose Toilet Soap .,._ .05'
Miss Leola of Jacksonville
Faulk,
f, look arrived after in* his Kissimmee interests yesterday here. Mr.to who chaperoned the,girls of the Patriotic ,, Armour' Lye Homtny__.....12 ft Good Laundry Soap ?..._, -_ ''.OS

-' Carroll is farming on a large scale League of that city at their Open Monday July 1. Dairy Maid Hominy ........ ,.10 Uncolored 'Japan Tea. Ib..._ ,.50 f

at Fitzgerald and says his Crops are, state encampment at Daytona, was Auburn Sweet Corn .....___ ,.t$' Pure Fruit Sugar Preserve. .40

looking fine at present.Mr. I an attractive several guest of Miss ,Inez Carson For Public School Pupils wfcio failed to make their Grades Mixed Vegetables' for Soup 10.25 Pure .Apple Butter ;-.._...: .25
days this week. She .
returned No. 1 Early June Peas '.. ,, .10 Pure' _...
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and Mrs. Henry Lightsey motored horn Thursday -- :Strained'Honey JO
to Winter Garden Sunday afternoon I Can Sausage .............. .05 Takhoma Biscuits :; .________ .09 '
,, in Mr. W. Timer's car 'and I who. C. have C. McCoskey'and been T. M. Clark, RATES : Can Pot. Meat ....???__, .05 Salt Brick,- for stock .____.,, '.25
employed at Savan- '
brought home- his two children who Deviled 'Tuna Fish .. .,..." .10 Pratt'. .
Powder
'' have been visiting: their grandparent nad, constructing bungalows\ for Payable In Advance *** ; .v Poultry .. e. ,.25, tM
there for 10m. 'time. the employees In the shipyards, returned ., ,

Harvey Hardin and'family' of. Wal- Coskey home and'Clark' Sunday seem: Messrs.to 'have Mc the Not over two Granunar School Subjects, per week, : . '. $125 A 25c Thrift Stamp for k.

do, who hare been ,spending some I opinion. "there's. no place like home." :Three Grammar School Subject, per.week, \ .. ;: ,; 1.50 FREE fREE

night time in of Tampa Mr. and, were Mrs."guests J. J.-McCranie for the.' ,' Local Passenger Agent' A. W. High School Subjects, per week, . '.: .: <,., '.- .:' 1.50w Every $5.00 Cash Trade at

:. 'Monday an their way, home. Mrs. Smith returned last Sunday from his .
,: Hardin is Mrs. McCranie's niece., i annual vacation, accompanied by big Special rates for more: than .
mother who live at Plant City. ',Mr. ?
from family
I one pupil same
", A': postcard from Mrs. J. W.,Evans Smith Visited Charlotte, N. C.? BIr- Taylor's Cash Grocery
from Newark' Ohio, to Pastor W. B. mingham, Ala., and St. Louis, Mo.. ',.
iWitherspoon. bears ) the 'following spending several day at the latter I MARTHA BELL HARRIS, ORftiA. ROSE,. .
/words: "We arrived here in very place.wrth-hia brother. .'He say they Instructors..
good shape Saturdap'"'noon.. Benjamin had a most delightful trip, but found i Stewart, Ave Pho i'250'':, ' 1{
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stood the long trip very well, and the weather" much warmer everywhere I .P .,
it feeling-. fairly wel| Joday." *.!i.ted...! than' Jnl' Kissimmee. \ "

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..t Siren he .America II. Proceedings: of the School Board f I 1-- .,-!,



Kissimmee! Fla., June 3 23 Union Center Miss( Ola Campbell '
The School Board met in regulnt ; School No: 35, East Lake Miss
session on the' above date, and ad Edith Niswong-er; school No. .9,
journed to meet Thursday, June 6th Clark Miss Mary Addisoh.G. .
Kisslmmee, Fla. June 6 B. Woodall was appointed janitor Ice
The School Board met as per adjournment of School No. 1, Kissimmee. at a
of the 3rd, there being salary off55 per month, and also, as :

teM present W. C. Bass; chairman. W. R attendance officer for School: Board J.t
,. Lanier and J, 11. Baisden, also C. E i District No. 1 at a salary of. $25 per '

Where Booze MoneyCame From Yowell The minutes superintendent.of the last regular month.Mrs.. J." It. Fi'gart was appointed

meeting were read and approved. Janitor of School No. 16, St Cloud,
The State Bank of Kissimmee, at a salary of $40 per month.

An Consideration county school depository, reported as James Sage' was appointed attendance ..
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Important follows: officer for Special Tax District! .'. .'
UHMCHAI. SCHOOL "'VND'To No. 1, at a salary of (60, per monthG. "
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on hand la.t
amt rec O It Handy report1,711.nTo tax B. Woodall' was appointed to .
Liquor men are most interesting when they discus' economic question To mis rec C L, Bandy ** 1,915.26 take the school census in school die i .;;.',

*. Here' an example of what one of their leading lights i is put 1916 polls-------a---------. 97.00 trict, No. 1 ,and was allowed $50 for i. .. .
To amt. reed C It
ting out-for public consumption: .1| 1917 poll___..Bandy......__... 14700 same;; James W. Sage was appointee! ....'", ',,
To J H Petit old bid. at Ba... to take said census in Special Tax ;t,

"As a sample of the worthiest character of; Prohibition To "'"Vlll.rn..t.Amos;._one....mill: .tax.. l.BSB.OO 26.00 district No.- 1,>, and ,was r.llowed $40. ,.,,; ... -

w 'statistics, consider the claims, of dry editors and orators To Ernest Amo., m<1*. redm'a 6l.lt The Board decided to erect a building '
drink bill of the United State, They To Ernest Amos, ACL Tel tax: 8.U for the colored school at Nar ''f ;, .C ,., .
t in regard to the To FifAmom' '* '* less1,806.97 roes,,, and also- a buildint for the h);,
solemnly' tell us that we spend $2,000.000,000 for alcoholic '. To an.vllle W H Kenan building donation....Ken-_.. 2.000.00 colored school at Deer Park. .A committee \:0;'f": '.. Hrr ;!:

beverage every year.-Having made this assertion, consisting of Chairman nnd ;

they tart in to tell us what this money would buy if we By. paid warrants., per ll.t...$23,355.2N s64l7! County Superintendent Was appoint r
it for other things. * They overlook'' the fact ed to act in the matter. This committee
spent By balance ............_. $14.814.CO was also instructed to have '. ..
that all the money spent (for liquor remains in circulation .. s. I). No 1 .....d repairs made on school buildings

and i is spent for other ,things. It finds its way into ' To To bal amt on reed hand C I laU. Bandy report.taxe.. n04.U. H.U' where .necessary., FISK ORD TIRES

p, the tills of the merchant'and vault of the bankers The Superintendent called attention '
the saloon keeper To Ernest Atnoa, .n n taxe..., 52.55 of the Board to Warrant No. 451,
through the hand of the bartender To, Ernest Amos, redemption. 11.211 'arcmadeintheribbedtread
for $20 and Warrant No. 700 for
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The talk about this
money
\\t the brewer, the distiller.
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8&1,1& $0.90 as" having) been "outstanding for associated
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.being'waisted i is nothing but dry'rot.-and the statistics By paid warrant per ll.t-..., 193.81 a number of- years. The Board: unanimously familiarly, .

( which support such nonsense, pure instructed the County . Cord Tires, and ,in the fa--; ... '.
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moonshine'T By balance .. 111111.114 superintendent to cancel these -,:
warrants
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.... So "all the money spent for liquif o l>al on- hand i lat report. UII.U from the records .. .. mousFiskNonSkidjrrejid.NqjT :
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.. To amt rep C Bandy)', tsxF*!. 8.71 It appearJng in the records ALL THE MONEY SPENT FOR HIR.. To Ernest Amo.redemption atte.r
SURE IT DOES I SO DOES Superintendent's office that the time
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R talllt.. --- .__._. ._ 41.76 .
for the biennial elections in Special -' tir syouchooseyoucanutngo
ING GUNMEN CUTTING THROATS, CARRYING ON THE WHITE .
1711.96 Tax Districts No. 3 and I 6) would be
SLAVE' BUSINESS, GAMBLING AND ABOUT EVERYTHING ELSE By paid warrant,. lat list.. 9.111 on July 6th the Board ordered that wrong 1 ?

)I THAT IS CORRUPTING MEN AND WOMEN. Dy balance .._..,._.,..;.__._ stBg.u due notice be yiven of said election tL
S. S. D. N. S Fmrn* and that the Superintendent preparethe '
The fact. is. that's what most of these things are done for-to To To amt bal on gee hand CL Bandy lea report.taxe $ '84.97/.Iff ballots and necessary papers.The ( r They are big sturdy '

To Ernest Amos, following were, appointed to beautiful-combining resiliency -
put more of THE OTHER FELLOWS MONEY rinjo circulation. just redemption 3.J1 act at said elections: v t

?, so that it may finally reach the pockets of liquor men-and the crooks By balance -_---.._-__._*. $1.668.70 Special Tax District No. 3. .speed mileage, I ;
; and murderers guilty of the crime just mentioned.The To bat on a* hand s. D jat N. S repnets... .... $92.60 Whittier II. S. Fertic, C. C. Arnold ''II i-;; safety and comfort. '/

To amt rec and -M. .A. Stalling, inspectors
i CtiBnndy laxe*. 167: 10Osee'ola
two billion dollars are spent for "other things"but they To Ernest Amo., n 11 axe.10,18 and J. B. Somerset, clerk.

are spent for booze FIRST. $f At.fft Lpkosee: George Fertic J. B. 1'; \
\vifl* be 1 By paid warrant, last l 11.1-| .91 Owens,, and G.: C. Miller, inspectors, Motor CO.' .
And that particular two billion dollars never spent again and F. M. Edris, clerk:
and have it To __ __ ______:.
too. balance
Everybody knows that you .can't spend your money > .''n' !'..u* F..*. ,iis.6p Special Tax District No. S
To bal on hand last Center Park; 'J. A. Barclay J. M.. .
report $14 ,
When you happen to get for your week's wages the same .COIN Oy paid warrant, per ll.t,__ Ms Sharp and II. V. Partin inspector", KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA ''I
that you got last week you aren't foolish enough believe that you'regetting and C. S. Partin clerk,
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"the same money"-just because your last week's wages were ..rr..nt. were la.ued and"canoeHed The Superintendent called the .attention '5-
"kept in .circulation." In open session a. follow.: of the Board to a letter* re

9.General 8. D. No.School I Fund.i Fund.! ____-..__ $8.841.78 ceived from the campaign committee
'T "A dollar may be spent again and again by individuats 'but it 9. 8. n. No. 2 Fund _?__' UI.81 1975 appointed by State .Superintendent

Xl' can only buy ONE THING AT A TIME. If it buys,BOOZE, it doesn't ..... S.R. n.D. No I Fund--t_ UI.4 W. N. Sheats for the "urpose of securing .
No II Fund_________ ,.
'matter what the saloonkeeper who gets it, spends it for"";::for a dollar 3. Bills R. D. were No. 8 ...und________-_- .91.211 ment ;of the Section adoption 8. Article of the 12,amend of the RALPH TURNER WRITES of luck to Johnston &: Garrett Iam i
because had been for those "other approved and
has been wasted it. things"in
spent were Issued ... warrant State Yours
toIlO'l""'.: Constitution asking,, that the SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE
the first place, and the extra demands for those thing would have .E. G..ral Aeb.el 1".... School Board appropriate $10.00 to FROM PRIVATE RALPH TURNER. :, ''j

increased production by just that amount. W C.:Towel Baaa. )1.sal n. auptr P. 1. ._._.-._-.._. "411.00 help defray the expenses of the cam June 6th, 1918. Med. Dept UK. Arrterican: Troops... 't
W 4.00 S. A. P. O. 702 A
R tinier, M n P I paign. The''Board unanimously U. E. A.
; If yod believe that the traffic in Alcohol J 1. H 8 Cadel Bal.den. M B' P I--.-...:-....t.11.00 11.411 agreed to make the. appropriationand Dear' How Friend is the: .world serving you? W..8 I Ii

does more harm than good-HELP STOP IT1! -r..byt'rn I.'h attorney; rent tor acta board 1-- 11.(1 8.0(1(( ordered a warrant d.awn in fa. Have been intending to.drop "ou a GOVERNMENT SALARIES a t:
n Rutton & Gulce ,rent, .ch I. 1(10: vor*of C. R. M. Sheppard, Treasurer, line ever since I have been in France, FOR STENOGRAPHERS .r
D Woodall Jan. .ch J.____. 60.00 for $10.00. ----.II _,
'MI.1 D. AlbIna Smith, C C Act- 60.00 The .Superintendent also read a but have kept putting it off. Washington D. C., July 1..Ti 1 t
America Woodall att officer36.0 I have at last .settled down to
Strengthen Campaign !lna.It Rhea herla-o. off. wk.J. 1500 letter from Superintendent Sheets, I'work;' When 1 first arrived in France United States Civil Service Commission .
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\II.I .. ssrsff&s-i '28.00:. which called the attention of theo I was sent to a small town about.the announces that through ,some t
i (This advertisement was prepared for the National Campaign Committee C E Towel. ex 10 Oa.lne.vlJl. 17.4 Board to a resolution passed by the size of Taft. It was a very old place, misunderstanding! an impressionseems I",
KI..dmme. Tel Co.ot. county superintendents in a confer. to thatthe government!
phone- J.I0 built in prevail
r t by Charles Stelzle, Water Waters& light/ pit, wat .ch ,1- 781 ence held at Gainesville .May 9, asking most of the buildings being. has raised the< usual entrance salary .,
&: Car.on sup. "ch 1_ 10 11 the State the year A- D. 1200. It, was a very
The. Mom' Superintendent to appoint for stenographers and typists in the
Sch1dool sub for bd Jiofl I later
Ie.. .eh J JOOO1'1. a committee to prepare, print picturesque place. was ordered departments at Washington, D. C., .;!
CltI.en.\ E..le'Hatton. .al sob 1_ 15.00 and distribute a State Uniform to Paris where 1 have been to $1,400 a year. The commission

Lqpfer &Bank"rath..r paym't,. note,.._ '8.0110.00 Course of Study, the expense to. be ever' since.' states that there has been no change'r
Tt: Get' Your !j b--Pri ii ifromthe Valley Gazette Beata, School 1t-r./iftrYi hauling'. ..". borne by the several 'counties according I like it ,fine here, have been here in initial salaries for positions of this .

r1Jh... I .I h. . .. 4 ., CllRaq"M loch ppar d'tacmprlu ye .L0 o to the wealth of each county. The little over a month. We .have our kind: the usual salaries at the beginning ,,'
< letter stated that Osceola time the
\Y'tN Sheasgapproprlallo 10.0 O county's' office in what was at one range from 1,000 to $1,200( ,- .
;''n, : :, share of the would be $18.00. i\' but which has F
.. courae'0f study.-- expense finest:!hotel In Paris year, appointments at $1,200 being .
.wr.--.u..v 1r.\ .. r. n.5. 8. D. N. I F.ai 18.00 The Board unanimously agreed to appropriate been leased for offices.: We have no in the minority. The War Department -
Fl II. art. Jan .eh.. II- II.00 this amount.., and ordered a reveille or retreat and are at. liberty makes all appointments to such
So 8..atlnll'' Co.fur ch .It... warrant drawn in favor of W. N. to go ''where we want to (in Paris) positions at not 'Ie.. than 1.100 a
Sacks for Castor Beans Mrs The Lottie 11ul7. sal .eh 18.- 1162.61'00 Z7' Sheats for $18.00. while not on duty. We are quartered year and agrees/ to promote to $1209( }
teachers board proceeded to Ilx th. There being no further business in a large brick building, have a year after three months' satisfae-v
as follows salad: ,. for the Coming" year_ the Board adjourned to i eet Satur.. hot and cold showers and also have a tory service. Appointments at salaries -$

r New or Second Hand Bags day June. 22. good mess.-- higher than $1,200 a vear are, l
;::0..Aoof; Name ot Foal- Kissimmee, Fla., June 22.. When I first arrived I visited the rare, and the appointees must possess s
Write for Prices School, lion Monthlyifci Salary The Board of Public Instruction hotel Des Invalides, where they haveon exceptional qualifications a..
F l 1 Klsalmmee met as per adjournment of June 6th exhibition t-">ohiea of war, gating There is still great need for sten1ographers "
1 Klsalmmee there being present W. R. Lanier and back to the old Roman days up to and typists in the govern
Southern States Bag Co. I KI.'mmo.' J. II. Baisden; t.lso C. E. Yowell. sup the pre< 'nt. Here they have on exhibition ment offices at WasTiinprton. Those
(s 1 Klaalmmoe erintendent. Chairman Bass being captured aeroplanes and who have had .considerable office experience -'
i; Jacksonville, Fla. 1 1 Kllllllmn'lte' u absent on motion J. H. Baisden' was Zeps. including Zep. L. 49, also the are most desired. The Civil F,
KI..lmm..e
appointed to act as chairman. aeroplane, captain Guynemer Service Commission urges all quail...
Spanish 100.00 Bills were approved and warrants brought down nineteen aeros andZepa tied persons to offer their services to a.A

N Other R'radu and salaries In Issued as follows: with. I also saw the Fapollous the government. Full information ,,.,
I . . ., 0 lith: 1 are. a. follows' : .ehool I C. B. Powell salary superintendent.. Tomb. I can look out our office win- 'may be obtained from the represen.
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fRO.oo: 7th A. $80.001 18th grade n $145.00. dow and nee the Eiffel Tower and the tative of the Civil Service Commission
B. 110.001 6th grade A, 110.00: 'Ith grad S Canceled: Arch of Triumph.The at the postofTice in 'any:city. .
; grade A. H. R. Lanier. 15.40; J. H. Baisden,
grade n. 110.00 180.01,1: 6th other Sunday' r.fternooni l my w. s. s.Chamberlala' .-.-- .4,.
; 11th grade A. UII.OO 111.00; J. 8. Cadet). 112.60; Presbyter-
1 ,FOR QUICK SALE OR TRADE 11th grade IJ, tHO.OO: 4th grade A. 880..; rlan church $S.S4j, Bratton & Oul..... pal and I went to Bois d'Bolougne I Tablets.
001; 4th grade n. $80.001: Ird grade A. $5.00; Mis Alblna Smith $60.00; MinnHhea which is.a. very preetty place. We These tablets are intended especially
:l A 880,00,., $80.00: 'rd; 2nd grade grade n. 880,00; 2nd grad Incidental Pherlna, for, $JS.OO three;: months C. M. Yow 150,00f l1. met some French girls and boys eo for stomach troubles b.lious-);

Fire Passenger BUICK TOURING CAR, Model C...37; first class irrad. A. $80.00; ht grade B, $80.00 no-0: .lat. Citizen Bank, $3.000.00': we spent the afternoon playing ten ness and constipation. If you have ,{
let grade Ct 190.00: Dom ..tlo Selene S..S. n.' N.. a....... \ any troubles of this- sort, give them a "
; condition; Tires new, will sell at a bargain for cash or will trade for UII.OO: Orchestra leader, $26.00; Mr*. Lottie Huff, .al No. 18.. $41.2&B. nis.There Is a lot of difference beinga trial and realize for yourself what a ;;.
Lake Alligator teacher $$61.00; ; Shin A. Guy appeared before the soldier here and on the border. first 'class medicine will do for you. ,
second Land Ford. Not'particular a* to condition of Ford, at I gle Creek teacher UO.OO: Campbell Board and '
teacher $65.00; Loko... proposed to tear down the Every evening we walk down AvenueChamps ,, They only cost a quarter. 1'
use for Track. U 00 teacher, $15. old school building at Whittier for We don't have togo w. s. s. ?; '
want to same you mean business, address ; A.hton t ncner. $15.00; Center Ely sees. ; ,
lit Park teacher '811.00: Peghorn teacher use as a teacherage, the Board to very far before we meet a Paris I Visiting cards printed by the VaU:
U&.OO: Flnn.y Point teacher $65.00:: furnish nails and materials for the iene beauty then foe a 'French lemon ley Gazette job Department :
Box No. 178 St. Cloud Fla. "aan'llIe te.rher .U.OO learher $".00! Narcoo.;e roof. He proposed to do all the I have taken enough lessons that I I j

100.00;> Kenan.vlllo! K.nan.vllie a..latant.teacher work in a first class manner, according ought to be able to s ak French ..i''
98-41 Big Pine, t..rht'r. t"00: null $7.000)Cree k) to plans approved by the pretty good' but good looking girls -74 Clear-Your .
.., ... t.arh.r. 8n.1l0 Board for "30000. As the Board
I .wan+.n. wLJ : .8t. Cloud princlpa, and lessons don't mix. If I keep on "
'UT !50: At "("loud- a..l.t"nt l principal.1 had been considering such a proposition trying maybe I will learn some day.' Complexion ;
"8.011 rf\
i : gL ( I 10"<1'1 .alatant l aria. of the old building and the '
as need
American soldiers not
rl".I. II.OO i.: St. Cloud. 8th rr.A". worry I with This .
UII.flfI: FIt. Cloud. 7th *rnd.. $_0.0fl; plan met with the approval of the about finding a good looking lady
FIt. C1ou.1- 8th eraAe. 'RO.Olli; fit. Clot e. trustees the Board accepted the friend over here because( they are Old Reliable
'. 1 515 eraAe> IRO.OO! St. Cloud 4th II'rad"1 proposition and requested its attor- here and lots of them.I / RtmeduSULPHURCOMPOUND-
e $80.00 Cloud.; St.2nd Cloud Srd grade, 11I0.011,81.1; ney to draw up a contract to be wouldn't take anything for'my ( ';}
eFA1OjS tat l grade a.el.tant.grade $80.00 SSO.flO; Bt.; Cloud.Ty.on 1 signed by Mr. 'Guy and the chairman.The experience since I enlisted, I have 4;+ Vf1KpC .
Creek teacher S(16.0ft; North Kl.alm. I Board desiring to continue the seen quite a bit of France and more e :
,. m.... principal, 1(10.00 North canning club' work
; KI""lm.1 appropriated than I cared to see of the Atlantic: '
Heavy yields of high class products are necessary mee.KlBKlmmee aa l.tant, Intermediate principal, $$45.00 48 00; North.. $000.00 towards the agent's salary Believe me, I was some seasick .
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4 KI.Hlmmee.' primary $46.00 Union 1 agreed to pay for the'upkeep Here in Paris we have plenty of excitement
to bring a.big net pro6t to the grower.. The Center, teacher $46.00: A.hton: of the car the agent to pay for the and at times have some For staple 1IIado.:........ fncId '.Motcb.. *
banner record for such results has been held for orert > teacher $46.00;;. Hancock, "(001.1 gas and oil used. Miss Albina Smith pretty good times. M Un eswea afarneesswl.w tec.Kalpu4 '
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sr. ICB.flO: Deer Park $ n.0fli was recommended for body ctc.._
= reapponitment As far as war news there is none mpouad .
SliM actaUk Atlilo.Mk
} the last quarter-century by """ "aY'1c. fcolnred). teacher of auIp/Mw.
Ba.tft': \\ Lake teacher. $66.00 $45.00; as canning club agents I could tell you, for you get more IIoa, It bka and healaJ takaI11,-r
: ntrcnoaee. The Board .few" .. _.-It u.e
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received and filed the "a
than do. If I knew
colored) teacher, ,'4 .OO Haulerteacher news we anythingI :
? .j 1 ...... ; itemized estimates rants 1M ouIIIe aDd partAca tb.at .
from
; $6S.OO. Special Tax would'nt be permittci to write
Ideal Fertilizers The l l,,n....1i of term foe schools not School Districts Nos. 1 2, 3 V5 and 8. about it. Just keep up with the Tribune sat as.s. qytY 8., _.oft1t.ae. ,
,1 i.rr d.. of Roecta Tax Districts was On motion the Board fixed the salary and you can see how.the American .a.dlaawelblo.d .w. ..
,, I. fixed at sir months, with the muterstandincr of the county superintendent at soldiers are making it .s-.wa..... .
Sand for our Frea Books on afl! commercial that if financial condition $150.00 per' month and appropriated Received a letter from Joe>r Johnston D. far U bw HANCOCK b

i of Florida 'also Spray Catalogue. oerrnitt-dan extension of 'one month 200.00 per 'year. for incidental expenses. the other <'ay...Jle is at U. S. A. rwnlU.. vrar 25
i .crops ; ear would be added to thU. In Special! l : An appropriation;of 15.00 P. O. No. 701. I have looked up 701 SOc and fl tIN bottl* .
r .Special advice fladlrlV3oii ghnuL Tn Districts; the length of term was per month was also made to pay for ,and find that it is quite a ways from
: fixed nt'front'seven +" eirht rnonthx.ap clerical help 'in' the superintendent's 1 Paris.We are going to keep'' in *s.w.* MW anittbr k>*4; M.b.(Vic.ant ta* Santo StMW*ymt*>3ir
t. s eh' $ districts. The Board made up Ita elUma te f ,some day we will get a chance. to HANCOCK., Ut7JD'UJ.J'IIVa' ._. j
& Toomer Fertilizer Cft. The Board ordered the rival schools the amount of funds necessary to be get together He beat me over bone COMPANY: > w
:f r' to own Mondnv. Augnst.tith. and the raised to, operate the schools for the day. He Is just; five'mites from ...$.-....'- .fftm ,.' '.
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; ..,.' :,1"4pu.-; Fertllizen:, achooU ensuing and requested the Bob ... xM
I .. / I f Ktasimmee and St.Cloud year Bullock .He said he had net 'a 5c.-1.6es.
L :", .Ji.Jf.. "':Ja .... : to wen Monday SeoUrnber 16th. Board of County. Commissioners to quite'a few fellows he knew l.f-e .
:, .'1""' _WFIa.. i The .folio-wing teachers 'were aHtoinlmmee make a levy of seven mills on the ha left the states 1' haven't, seen a .' f-i yAL ...
; 1 t .. ; : taxable property the county. soul that I knew before I left. I
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Hlprh School. Miss Rnna There being; no, further business, have met quite number, of good fel. OnkUM Thtt Des lilt Wfct thd H.**, :'!
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'. -' ti"r Hothan. 'Latin-.sine"'Span shl] Miss the Bard'adoorned'to' meet' July 1. :Iowa since I have been in the service .*!b. look and laxative effect.LAJCA.: t :"

Annie :JrThitner Hiafory and ..Hv': .., Attest 'C. E.' Yo-.,Sapertendent t,, I Give '.all. ..my friendsmy regards o.T.f.aaoMo:, dos QUIMIMB awl ...U-M&luUlaa BcmSMMMBOr'J IIaIr'ria >

t .Subject ,to examination! ;, 'School: No.J:W.. C. Bass .Chair i.a __. and write, as, eoon'a you .can.: Belt.: ID %,'? *>Mf. .!icutar."..-.4 t>er4hVlmU..!to owvJr.S.TS.S S Sy{.' >,+

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.. THE' KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. JULY S, '1.18 i'"Y--''' '-: ---r"" SEVEN

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1 'Crwford. i-- Lee larna' aid: -afndavlt .pp.nded'to "the 'bill meta o free from leaks' and holes with'f lately report any lckns- In ''hl.

filed In the above-etated cause that a strong w.UIt"n.. metal top. and family or his
among employee to the
CRAWFORD A: JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW [RUMINATIONS OF REX I m Mechanic National Bank such top or top must b. placed s*. I City Marshal: or City Physician. _ _
'' of Phoenlxvllle.'! Pennsylvania a Nat ourelr.ov.r said vessel or vessels, at INOTICB Section t. It shall b* unlawful for' _ _
tonal Banking Corporation or ranl>e>d >said. vessel or vessels any person who sells or"'delivers mlllc
; ,Offices i. 5. 6 and 7 dtUens and .zIstizgund.r; the National BankAct. contain any aarbaae.Section .' In bottle to' remove or accept suck _ _
on. of the defendant therein I... Any person or persons milk bottles from the to
Bank building Rex has received so many inquiries ben about five million and cart' be named. I. a non-reeldent of the State vIolating any of th.. provisions of this or the premises .,Where person... delivered whom. .. _ _

!1IiUUfl.. Florid concerning the first class selections found in any part of the war.rone of Ixvllle Florid.. State, and of!I. a resident of Fhoen- ordinance,. shall upon conviction, b* where there I* any case of Infection

.- in the draft that he feels himself where trouble and suffering exist. It I Is therefore ordered Pennsylvania.that th. said. ned impriSoned not more not more than Ten than Dollars T.n day or, son disease receivingmilk on said premises.on any,aueh All p.r.

' ailed niton to. give t all concerned This looks like the outcome of na.. defendants above named b. and they or b* punished by both such'fine and lees shall furnish proper receptacle pr.m-

DL W. W. CARSON in full: tion who thoroughly appreciates the are bill hereby of required to appear to the Imprisonment. In the discretion of the Info whlch th. milk shall b* poured
complaint filed In said
DENTTST 1st. Single men' without depend .ask they have, undertakeii and when or before Monday, the Sib day causeon of !nayor.'etfeo... S. AH ordinance or'part.* of from Section the 10 original. The City package Marshal or-th' '

: Office or.r Pilley Building ent relatives. the German leaders really find out August. A. U. ills otherwise the al- ordinances In conflict, herewith be, and City Physician shall at any time bare '
; 2nd. Married men or widowers how much in earnest and what tremendous leRatlona of said kill will be taken. he sam ar. hereby repealed. the authority to take any reasonable
OM.,. Hours 8-11. 1 4 confessed by th. said defendants. a.1 Read a first and second tlm by.
...... '?hon. lit R.uld.._ 'Pa**. M who habitually fall to support their powers our country has at Is further ordered that this order unanimous consent and passed In open amount dairy of milk or milk products from
any wagon or
Oas Administered far Bxtraetloa mlTth amilies. their disposal they/must: see how b.I published once a wek for four: con- I ;rsslon this 4th day of. March,' A., D. ed In delivering milk dairyman In the City engag of _ _

(. 3rd. Married men dependent on hopeless their cause is even if they seeutlve Oaartte weeks In the Klsslmmee V.Ii i f 18. Klsslmme. for the purpose of testIng .' -
Icy a newspaper published (SEAL) F. H. LAWSON, same for Impurities
wife. for>> support.4th. are obstinate enough to continue to In said County and State. AU..tl President of CounciL ing Its or ascertain

: LEWIS O'BRTANA1rOENEYATLAW Married men or widowers the bitter end. '. This tat day of July. A. D. till. J. R. GILBERT. Clerk. Section f.ar4JI" person<< violating/'
and (SEAL) J. I* OVKR8TREKT.KRIBBS Approved this (th day of 'June A. of -
with children not usefully engaged; Our meat grain supplies were any the provisions of th* foregoing

family supported by income. indenen. never before properl Appreciated; *. "TEED.Clerk Circuit Court. D iL5. JOHN a CADBU ordinance lined not more shall than upon Twenty-nv conviction. b.

his about..120 bushels of and 200 Solicitor 'fop Complainant.4t dol- _ _
dent of labor. grain II-It Mayor. lars or Imprisoned not more than _ _
Waring Building 6th. Men not included In any'other Ibs. of' meat to every man, woman DEPORT OF. THR! CO.1I>IT1ON OK Thirty days or hall b* punished by
and child in the United States and yule HTATK BANK OV* KISSIMMBHt both such line imprisonment' In
r in this other classes. Or ELBCTIONIn
description or K.a_...... !. ... Btat. et ...... the discretion ora th* Mayor, and his
Fat Jefcnstoa O. IV OarreM 6th. Unskilled labor. the way they are producing cornflakes Ida at the ..* ef ....!._ J... compliance-' with Chapter 4178 license shall b* subject to revocation. _ _
We found our friend Jim Davis, and other material is 'a cau ....., l.ta Me ..t. lAw. of Florida, 1(99 notice I* herebyalven 80. IS. All ordinance or part of'
JOHNSTON ft GARRETTA'rl'ORNEY.ATLAW domiciled on Broadway. near the Lan. tion. 20 cents per. pound for cornflakes Hee eir..*. Dellars that an election will be held at and ordinance the same In are. repealed. ..

aster store house he had been means $11.20 busheL The I Whittier and Loko..... Osceola County. conflict herewith, be _ _
; compiled per loan. on Real Estate _.j_. 41.000.00 Florida 'In Special Tax School District Read a first and second time and
Offices 10. 11 and 12 Cltixena 'BaaJa to move from his previous person using them is satisfied and Loan. on Collateral Security No. S, on Saturday July ttb. A." D. p..d ID open session. this 4th day

Building home on Randolph avenue by an ordir we' don't question where' the profit; AU other than real estate _-, 1(0.000.00 til.. for the purpose of determlnlna 01 SEAL!! June). A. D. 1515.F. H. '
other Loans '
and Discounts LAWSON. .
,from Mr. Breaker, 'wbo declared comes In., Rex has decidedly been on ___ who shall serve as trustees of said Attest President
j JCIsslmma Flo., .., ..?? .... Stt.ITO.tl district for two next after or Couaoll.
_- :: that he would close the house rather the war' path withthis' article and Overdrafts _____,___.?,. .... I.4IO.TI election,"and to fix years the number of mills the 3. .lt GILfiERT CI.rk. .
than obey the water-order of council. were it not for making this article Jnltrd Rtatrs Bond. ...-.-? 11000.00 of district school tax to be levied and Approved>> this Sth day or June. .A,. D.JOHlTd. '
other Bonds .....__........ ll.ltl.OO 1925. ., ,
too would add whole lot collected annually for the said two
the long
News from the lower part of a more. Banking House, Furnitureand CADBU "

county indicates that the farming Ye. editors are doing a noble work Klxturrs" ?-.____..... SH.S70.44 years.The following are appointed to act 1I.lt .Mayor.NOTICB '

communities are in good heart over with your patriotic journal; only Other Real Estat.---------: I.S14.S1 .t said. election:
Bank. ______ _..J .._._..,114.10..10 Arnoldand or SHERIFF'S SIAJUB
the crop outlook. The past dry wish I could do more to help you. flue from "' Whlttler H. 8. Fertlo, O. C. '
CARSOJPIIRIIIER Incorporated '
weather has been followed by copious For the first time since his introduction Other Cash Items ........... T.145.6S Bomersett.M. A. Clerk.Stalllnsrs' Inspectors; J. B. Notice' Is hereby given that under _ _

rains and the planters on Bull to the public -the Democratic Cash on Hand ...._,_..?.._ 14.1ST. Liokosee: G_. Portia J. B. Owen tad by Virtue of that certain writ of

Crab, Jug Sand Gully \tend Canoe Rooeter has been left off/ the roost; City Warrants w.__..-_-.... .tSI.OO and, O. C. Miller- Inspectors: F. M. Ed. execution April' 1517 bearing and date issuing the out 14th of day of
rls. Clerk. and _ _
SELLSFire reeks appear to.be in good 'heart in our last item by some unaccountable Total ..'______...____...-T.l,001.MaMIIMost Done by order of the Board of Pub nder the seal. of the Circuit Court of
The orange and general fruit crops means the page that contained lie Instruction In and.for th. County seeola County, Florida, upon which
are normal; bananas looking well but I I a record of his acts and doing became Capital Block "paid In ._..;,_- lOO.onit.00 of Osceola, State...of r"rorlda, this the a Judgment was recovered If said _ _
Court
I Surplus Fund 1( 00.00 by MacDonald Grocery Com-
SIb day of June A. D. 1918.W. .
_ _
LifeAccidetf.and no crop expected from that source misplaced and was not forward Undivided oiit--( -----X;;;. !. C.'BA83, any, a corporation, a* plaintiff _ _
this year: Hunters' Paradise has I ed with the balance of the article. panses and taxes paid) _. ....1.00 Attest: Chairman. against. C. W. Darns, I. M, Pfann and'
;\ He Is still unwavering in his loyalty Individual Deposits. subjectto a. B. lostnone of its charms
Health Plater dais. Liability ,apparently check '_____r- ___-..____*49..110.11 Superintendent. Sl-ft ns/rsm. s.. sheriff of Osceala County
the hunters and dears in severalcases however,'.and shouts loudly -for the Time Certificate ot Deposit 100.5811.1 Florida. have levied upon and will

: appear to be working in cooperation .:I heroism 'displayed by'our armies in >.rtlfl -d Checs -.--__._.-._ 1,178.26 AN 'OHDINANCBAs Her for saler and sell at the Court
and Boiler Insurance. so that results may be exoected. France. He says that a great many Cashier's Checks Outstanding 47igl: House of said Osceola County Flor-
Savings Deposits ._____.. 64.JSO.J6 OrdlBBBe t. ... ..... daIn the City of Klsslmmee. during
A. .1. .
big ) IBS
We ate breakfast with our people get a scare about something All other Liabilities, Collec .1the ha legal hours of pale on Monday, the

Legal Bonds Executed friend Lutz a few mornings ago; he j they fear will come to pass, and lion. -on hand ..___-___-.. ...IISO.OO''Stat. .f K'I llevlaeej__..Ordlaaaeea., I_....at. I the.., 11 City*. described first day of July, 111.. the following
I. all around hustler and when the thing happens it is not property
certainly
an o any.thing Total Itelajtlv* i* the Afcatlaa at NBlsBBeesBBd Lot three (f) of Block M of W.
Same'Day Needed. Just about as good at cuisine .a. you like what the frightened sensesbuilt of Florida----?--------- ,72,001.01 )
will find in the city. There are so it up to and that the only real County of Uaceola. ...1 lie Health.BH 'Florida according to a recorded plat

many different/ kinds of .employment bug there was to it was what their I. Roma Thomas cashier. of the IT ORDAINED BT THE COUNCIL; hereof, recorded In the office of the
irk of the
!; that he is follow he I sense Of had created.He above-named bank. do solemnly swearhat OF TUB CITY OF'' KISSIMMEE: Circuit Court of Ooola
to fright
qualified that says' the above statement I. true to the county, Florida, the said property being -
: OFFICEr! State Bask. BuIIdIsg'I. can't well be kept out of a job. one'of his hens the other day came best of. my knowledge and belief. 'Section 1.That Section. 1(9 of the levied upon .. the proper;) or the
,/- It does seem as if thisworld's .war from her nest making such a tremendous .. ROMA THOMAS .Caahler. Reviled Ordinances of the City of Kl.i .said- c., 'Y"1 Dann .
I Correct -Attest: slmmee of December 1st. 1916, be L. H. INGRAM.,
( would soon. ,terminate; the tremen- I cacklin that he thoughtshe 'rC.: A CARSON amended to read as follows. 4-tt Sheriff Osceola County Florida '
.i dousssea sustained by the Austri- must have laid a nest full of ggs M. KATZN. "Sec. 159."' It shall b* the duty' of -. '

-t J. W. THOMPSON and,4 ppoeed to be 225.000, and their''I all at one setting, but on rushing to C. BRTAN ... the City Marshal of wherever an *xceIv *- NOTICE OP APPLICATION. FOR TAX
weed
growth or obnoxious DEBUNotice _ _
:t. ..nmt,1ptii.'.... .i.mnr.iIAtlAn.. _.____ wn.iLI.. ".nm" ., the nest he onlv _found one. and that a Dl rectors. Itlant be found
-- ---- --- -- n -- I I ;- n - n. - Subscribed and sworn to before me may upon any lot or "'
>el Germany.to.send them ,a bevy' very small one. : this Ird day of July I.... lots In the City and any pool. of Water I. hereby given that H. VL
Funeral Director reinforcement and in doing this he I During my boyhood-days my favorIte ALBERT HOP8ON. aro or are likely to b.. whether Drought purchaser of Tax Certificate
Rienca's Notary Public Stat. of Florida.' such lot or lot. b* occupied or vacant, No. 840 and 557. dated the 8th day of
.' will be giving the allies a chance fora ,I declamatory piece was My commission expires Jan. >, 1H1. to notify the owner, or agent of such July, A. D. 1814. has filed said eertlflates .
\ big drive.' I address to the Romans, and conclud. owner or occupant In writing. In person In my office, and has mad ap-
: AND :"As the j Red Cross. organisation is ed as follows:' Why, in .that'. elderday IIHPURT OF CITIZKNH Till!! CONDITION' OfTUB or by mall to clear away reI.remove llcatlon for tax deed, to Issue In ao.ordaace ,
BANK said weeds or to nil with law.
t I Bald. certificates
only' understood by our people in. ai, to be a' Roman was greater than .' NO. 117. pools of water within such reasonable mbrace the following described
; EMBALMER general way and .very few have an''1'!to be a king, but hear me all ye walls At KII_..... Kl'. ... !a the'' ete ef time as the said City Marshal may direct situated In Osoeola County, property Flor.-'

;. LICENSED .dea of its immense proportions, Rex that echo to the tread of either Bru. rierlda at . ... ... 1.1M.Re with such notification Lot 16 In Block
shall b
... tu. tgaln I ,the eternal comply 1ST and Lot I In
.1 will strive through this medium to once swear fined
irot look) 188
exceeding 1(0.00 or Imprisonment of the Town 4>f St Cloud. -
j Store ,.aDd.CbapeStewanAn.. :, ; give an idet of its contents. The city shall be free." William 2nd of **....... DeHars not exceeding: (0 days, and shall The said land beingassessed at,th*' _ _
generaL lines of activity undertaken Germany makes the assertion that it x>*ns on Real Estate, L/oans pay the costs of clearingaway and removal date of the Issuance of said certificate
.' Ktaslmme.. na.I. world that German on Collateral Security other of such weeds or obnoxious In the name of W. H. Sexton and a.
of
is.the the
1ft France by the American Red Cross empire than Real Estate all other plants' or the cost of filling In such W. Horr...... Unless aid certificate ,
: ?' have been determined after a careful genius aspires; actuated by this loans and discount.164.18171:; pools of water; provided that If the shall be redeemed according to law,

: study, of- the situation by the 'Red Impulse Germany would have exhausted Overdrafts ...____'-. -* ..-.-_ S7.IS owner or occupant of said lot or lots tax deed will Issue thereon on the SOth ,
; United Stales Bonds '.!..-.__ H,500.00. tailS notice, the day of July, A. D. 118.
M./ TILLER Cross commission. These purposesmay the staying powers of Eng. State .County and ,Municipal City OarclilY.hff'hld;: the work J. 1* OVKR8TRKET.:

be outlined as follows; land and France and woe 'to this Bonds ______ ____.. _-.._..- 1500.00 done and the cot thereof shall be (Seal. )' Clerk Circuit Court.'
I .t 1st To establish and maintain country. We should thank God that Blocks of'Corporations. -__... 10,8(0.00 taxed agaInst the property affectedand Oceola County, Florida
Real Estate Agency. 'I had the to Banklnir House Furnitureand a lien In favor of the City of KIsImmea By 8.' 11. BULLOCK D. C. 27.55NOTICE
'j in this dark hour
for soldiers the American we men
hospitals in
1 Fixtures ....<.. ...... S4.008.4t be created against the proper'
:. army in "France/' meet the emergency.. President- Wilt] Other'Real Estate--------.. ,IS'UU: ty whereon said labor I. performed." or SHRRiFra SALBrnhaw
2nd. To establish and maintain son his.,cabinet and congress'had .adifficult Claims and other resources._ : 1 Section S. All Ordinances and parts ,

RtyboightandsoId. 'canteens, rest houses and recreation problem, solve; the draft Cheeks Due from and Incorporated exchanges Banks for St.SSS.20 of and Ordinances the same are In conflict hereby herewith repealed. 'b* r. Csucty" c..... _0_" .C..t _

Houses rented.: huts and other means of supplying was supposed to be' obnoxious to the clearlna- ...._ ._..... ...... .11..1 Read a Brt and second time by .FleeM.-. .
but necessity, Other cash Items ........_._ 45.81 unanimous consent and
Taxes 'and Title verified he American soldiers with such comforts American people ci- passed In open Brothers Produce '
'' paid and recreation' as are approvedby manded; our leaders had the courageto Cash on "'an4. ........... .. 8, 0..j:' session, this, ,4th_ day of-June.! A.. D vs. Company '

4 ' ; for DOD-1'eS! deata. the authorities.. order its enforcement and the people Total i_.:._.. .___'_..._, ..'1.. 0'.0 HEAL 1518. ,) ,P' 'H. LAWSON. irayston Notice Is Hotel hereby Company..

y> Fire. Life and .Accident: L.-I 3rd. To perform the same servicefor received it with the same patri Attest: President of CounciL ind by virtue'01 an given execution that Issuing under
otic devotion that has marked their Liabilities Della :J. R. GILBERT. Clerk. out of 1\ the County Court Osceoll
allied of
surance. the army we. are fighting Capital stock paid In........ 36,000.001Jndlvided Approved this tth day of June, A. D. County, Florid., In '
actions from the beginning' of the above entitled ,
; ladeinnityBoadi. with. Prents (less expenses .; 1.18' cause on the ITth of _ _
. 4th. To distribute hospital equip- and taxes paid.___ .I..o.n JOHN S a CADEL, n favor of the plalntlfl day and April against 191$. _ _

..... ....... ............ ment and supplies of all kinds to war.Hurrah for the Honorable Joe Individual check _deposits_______ ._subjectto :.____18.,.....< Sl-tt Mayor. cried he defendant upon the In said cause. I have
military hospitals for the soldiers of Sears, who was our part and parcel rttne certificates of d..po.l1.11'4.11 AN' ORDINANCE' In Osceola following, described

of this great president supporting ____. ,.___ County Florida: ,
the American ind allied armies. Certified checks 100.00 II dlnlnatables, 84 4Ilnlnll'.chalr. 4'Id
This noMe of workers num act of congress; Cashiers Checks outstanding 111.14 AB OrdlBBBCB Rea-wlatlBa. the Sale .( . boards, lot dishes, and lot _ _
OVfc MeATS army : I Savings deposits ..___-..... l....01..5( Milk la 4he City ef KtI___. a. the property of the Orayston linen.Hotel
.. Total" _.__._ ___.. ___...-.174.403.10 Company, defendant and I will I
.. on
AReWeu.KPT - State of Florida County of Osceolass. first
: BE IT ORDAINED BT THE COUNCIL he day .of ItU. the Sam
eoy.- COUNTY SAVES CLOTHING I. Roger Dodd. Cashier of the above- elnsthe rule d.).Jull.said
OFFICE BUILDINGS TOO HOT named Bank solemnly swear that ..Of THE! CITT OF KISSIMMEE: : (or sale at public oatcry between month offer the "

UTCHfR3APEPT FOR' GIRL STENOGRAPHERS AS A WAR MEASUREThe the above statement Is true to the best Section 1. No person himself. or as era! hours of sale at the Qrayston. _ _
.
,
the servant of another shall
or agent
... of my knowledge and belief. hotel situated on Broadway In KIs-
ROGER DODD Catfhler sell or deliver or have In his custody imm* Osceola
County, Florida, the _ _
B> Gilson Gardner' in Tampa Times. women ofUinta county Utah, CORRECT ATTEST: or possession with Intent to sell or aid mentioned property and ell the

:: ; Washington, July 1.An '.ircLi- have saved $2,500 during 'the last O. T. Slngrletary.. T. M. Rivers, Ro..rD84.b. deliverany milk or milk products. lassie to the highest and best bidder. _ _
Directors. until such person shall have first obtained 'or caah. _
tectural blunder is causing serious month by remodeling hats and cloth- to and worn to before a license therefor. .In the sum I li. L. H. INGBAM.

interference with war'work in Wash Ing under the supervision of the me this Jrd day OllU1tvUJ1RGENT of Twenty-five. cents for'each mlik Sheriff Osceola County, Florida. _
_ _
ington. In the construction of emergency *' county home demonstration agent. cow from which milk or.mllk product. ,By. J, ROB?. CAMPBBL.UAltman
I sold offered for after
Notary public. so or sale application
the'architects The work is carried on' at meetings Deputy Bh office buildings for such license has been approved 4tJ Morrow :
forgot that Washington is hot in to.which the women bring their materials !* I..1t C..rt. State .f n........ Scvth .' by the Board of Health of said Att,... for Plaintiffs.! SS-4t.
A BUTCHER WHO summer. Girls are leaving the government 'and work under the agent's .. Judicial Vireelt. Os ela City. Th term, person herein shall
V..F.
Include Individual Individuals
KNOWS HIS BUSINESS employment literally by the supervision. Three hundred and fifty firm .or any corporation. or , NOTICE 0. ADMINISTRATOR'

$ Hundreds because it is utterly impossible hats have been remodeled saving IN CHANCERY.' Section S. All dairymen shall Immediately (Fee. .Flaal Dlsrkarge)

: is in charge 'Of this market. He to stand the heat in these .new of at least $-1,500-dresses have been Martha May. lIerrtcgt.a- .. Tmateefar notify the. City Marshal when I. Ce.riarlda rt af ,Caaaty ........ State. .f
Osee ..
any additional cows are added to their Ia C aty.a .
purchases only the finest meats barracks. made ;'from coats and suits .waists Freak'H. ..errl....... Ceamalala.:; .' dairy herd and a license as above setout re K.la<* af WllllaaiVeekerlyl
.. The government is hiring clerks at from old shirts,, children' clothing .... shall b* obtained before milk or Notice I* hereby given to all whom'
.i and bandIes them in i manner the rate of about. 1200 per week., from women's dresses, boys'; : trousers .- Viii. milk products from such additional It may concern that on the SOth day
.. ,
Jsa F. O'Berrr. < RIUa.be!! IV of
la offered for sal In said September, A. D. I
cow or cows 1918. shall
T that insures their freshness when They are leaving'at the rateof 800 from'men's clothing and boys' overcoats O'Berry, als wife, aad JakBj A. Tally,, City. to the Honorable T. M. Murphy. Jsdge apply "

'a you welcome them to your home. per week.. Colx Potter in charge of from men's. old .coats.. DefeBdaBta. ,. ''-' Section S.__ No dairyman shall b* allowed 01 said Court a. Judge of Probate, for
to sell or offer for sale milk or my final discharge a. Administrator
of '
personnel has given numerous rea- .
Our unfailing courtesy and honest It appearing -by affidavit appended milk product. In the City of Klesiminca the estate of William Weokerly. deceased '
KISSIMMEE MAN LOSES HOPE.
Sons for the desertion of clerks.' But to the blll flied In the above-stated
until all dairy stock over six ; and that at the same time I
methods' to folks who believe -
appeal he did not name the principal one.I cause that John -'J'i.: one aOl thedefendanta month old owned by such dairyman will present to said Court my final ac
I in getting wtlr money' had occasion, to visit recently one "For' ten YeArs I suffered/ severely t Is nonresident shall have been tested by a veterinarian count a* Administrator of said estate
from stomach trouble.' The doctors of the State of Florida, ands approved by the City. Council, Said and ask for. their approval.
worth of quality goods.' of these temporary office structures. said I had of the stomach and a resident of St. Louis, State of MI... test to b* mad ,with Tuberculin. Each .Dated SSnd April. ,A. I), 1911. _ _
cancer '
sourl. who. post office adress I I. Fullerton '
4 The day was hot. I found that the cow ao tested shall be marked In sucha A. B. DROUGHT.
clerks 'Were leaving in large number.and' nothing would do. but 'an operation. Building, -St. Louis, Missouri way as to Indicate that she has been t-laintmo.'. ,
and he Is over the. age of twenty-one Administrator.'I _ _
I took my last round of Mayr'sWonderful Inspected and approved by such veterinarian.
made inquiry.The so-called It Is-therefore orderedthat laid NOTICB!! Or
years; b ADMINISTRATOR
< and they may re-tested a*
rest room was too full to 'told any' Repiedy- / years ago. Since ion-reldent defendant be and he I I. often as be deemed Far PicaS Dlaraarar)
may neoessary
City Market more prostration victims and those then I sleep well eat what 1 want and hereby required to appeal, to the ,bll but shall bo tested not less than once .. Ceart. af Caaaty jBdga, State *( _ _
of complaint flied In said on or Flarida Oaee.!.
cause OaBBly.
feel fine. It i. a simple harmless In each year. The fee for such test
who could stagger were going ty>me. before. Monday the 6th day of August" hall b* paid by the owner of the .. r* Estate .< Fred Dealt
Every cot in the Emergency Red preparation that removes the ctar. A. I). 118 otherwise the allegations lock lesled. M upon Inspection and Notice t* hereby given,' to 'sill whom
Cross first aid room was holding two rhal mucus .from the intestinal tract of said bill will be taken as confessedby test any caw I. found to b* diseased It may concern that on' tie :Silth day ,
: and allays Wv inflammation] which said defendant.It with tuberculosis, the condemned cow of September A. D. 1911, I shsll apply
.. . ..... ,.. ........... girls. Most of these girls were from all. liver Is further ordered that this order or cows shall be branded with the letters to: the Honorable T. M MurpJo,. Judge
1 ,J offices on the third which is the top causes practic&ly stomach be' published once a week for four T. B. and It shall be the duty of 01 saId Court, as Judge of Probate, for *
floor. The temperature in these offices and intestinal rllmenU including.ap consecutive weeks In the Klsslmmee the owner to remove such condemned my final discharge .. Administrator'
pendicitis. One dose will convince or Galley Oitsette newspaper' published animals frem his premises and kill or 'the estate of Fred Deal deceased;, m
: above 100 and .the
: C.W.CIFF1N was humidityas In said County and State. otherwise dispose of same. and that at the same time I will pre-
often (happens Wash'ngton' extremely money refunded. 'J. 7.. Roberson ThIs lat da'ol' .July. A. D. 191*. Section. No milch cow shall be .""" to said Court my final accounts

high. Human beings could druggist. (SEAL) J. L. OVERSTREE"l'eo sold or offered fer sale within the City .. Administrator of said estate aad
Clerk Circuit Court. a.k for their approval. '
Limits 'of Klsslmmee, until said cow
Staple and FancyIi not live' and' rrork in such cnvir-n- FLIES NEVER BOXIIER KRIBBS A STEED or cows have been Inspected a* ,,.hereinbefore Dated April A.' D. 15l$.' ,
SolIcitors\ for Complainant. 8t-4 E..bItOUQHT -
; ,ment. specified and the vender of 'A.
In the flies anl-
summer an
t worry 9-lam8mo..
The two lower floors are moro.tolerable. NOTICB or EJECTION: any' such oow or cows shall furnish a Administrates..'
bottle of Karris'
malu 'Get a Healing
.- The ,buildings! however, are Remedy--costs but 60c-makes a -- 4111. certificate Section t.witheach No milk sew or milk o4d.products NOTICE Or BXBCDTOR: '
GROCERIES j jFree'beiiWy Tn compliance with Chapter (F.. Flaal''
tranlsent in" character built mostlyof to b* offered for, sale In the City of Dlaraarg-e) '
pint worth f2.0'. Apply' it to. the Law ef Florida 1899 n'N"b I Is herebyKlven -
the flimsiest kinds of battens and that an election held aCenter Klsslmmeeshall 'be handled In anyplace I, Crt .* ,ijaaga. '
wound. Flies will not bother it. You ,CBB4y OS .
where such milk will b* liableto *|B
; The mistake Park. Osaeola County Florida,
compoboard. great Caaaty, Slat '
FlarHa..
need it tomorrow. We sell It.- contaminated and dairy
; become
t may In Special Tax School District No. Ion '
to all Parts however toleave air chambers -
was no cattle shall not b* pastured where
Waters 4 Canon Grocery Co. Saturday, July Ith, A. D. Itll. lor.
I. r* Estate .f .
. ,-. 'ofthe'city' between the' roof and the ceiling the. purpose of determining who .hall there are streams pond. or other .wa- Notice Liuiele.eley

,. j"" of the top floor. The buildings' are in serve .. school trustees of said dlstrlct ter found to b* .contaminated with It may concern hereby that given on the to all(1st When day:

,' groups ''so that many' windows are LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS for two years next after the election sewage.Section 9. All dairymen hall b* required of July A. D. ll. i shall apply to tba ..
........... ... ........ cut off from the breeze, while many ef district, and to school fix the tax number to b. levied of mills and to keep their premises In a onorable'T. M Murphy, Judge of said,
.
Others look out on-tin roofs. In.Washington ORDER collected annually for. the said twp, clean and sanitary condition and all court.final discharge** "Judge -ot Probate. for my''

any structure,which does,not ,. orjPVBLICATIONIB )'e.r.. ::''I'Ion:1' employed In the handling; of estate 01 as' Executor of'th*
'
shall 1010..1.
milk products keep .JHml dcead and
COOOTOTHE LAST DROP .. CeBrfL'af The following are appointed to 'act ;
th. CII' '" th BeveathJadtrlal
have a draft openlna--.uth and north as1 at said election: J.A. Barkley. J. M. themselves clean. All wells, springs that at same time I .will present
ClreBl till. Slat at
la unbearable in summer. .Whoever ,Klarlaa. .. ... fe. OaeealB Sharp .and H. V. Partln Inspectors: .C. and cisterns supplyingwater for the estate mJI..al.. and account as Executor of said' *;
shall b ask for
built these 8. Partin clerk use af dairy stock reasonablyfree their approval
barracks did not know IB
Caaaty. 'ChBBeery. D..... bV erder of the Beard of Pub- from any source: of possible In- .Dated January Stth A.- D. 1918. ,
MflXWELLMOUSE the. facts apparently; .. F. ilaaaeB, ::;; I......' llo Instruction In and for the Count feetlon.All utensils used In milking .KdOLESTON WILBOLJRNI
VS. of Osceola, Slate of Florida, this .th should be of simple construction that 7-loamm Execukor.:
.Lam. Sheulder. -, > Mr*. Ca4aerlae C. K.t'. Bad Fariraa !ta5. of .June.. A. D. !tn. they may be thoroughly sterilised. before NOTICE OV ",
KXRCUTOaX
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This ailment ia< usually: caused fcy X.eae* .."._1 Bask ., I'keaBlxvlae W. .C. BABA.AUe.U using.' Sanitary. milk palls mustbe (Far Sisal Dlarkar-
usd- ) N
rheumatism of the txtusclea. AU that >. ......FI....., a WatleaaBtaaJUBsT Eo ,TOWELt.., Chairman.Superintendent. All utensils- Including bottles for la. Caart af c....". ....... O.eeei' ,
..,......... Co'
Cerae.rB.tleB, (J. needed I. absolute rest and a few ., SS-St delivery of milk. must be thoroughly
applications of O1am erlaia' :' cleansed and trlllsd, and kept In a -
Lini ikRicLosvItK .OF MQRTQACtiS'. AN ORDINANCE place free from flies and dust until s. E o.... af JahB W. .......
COFFEE ment., Try, tt. used.. The City Physician and the Notice Is hereby given. to all whom ',
.It appearing affidavit appended I
filedIn by A. OrdlBBM Itea-BlatlBsr the Klad .f City Marshal hall designate whal' It may concern, that on the 1st.day of Vfl
to th. -hill the above-stated CBBJS t a Used IB the City ; August A. D. 'I shall
Garbage * constitute compliance with the abort 1818. apply to
cause that Mr. Catherine C. Kulp. on.: ..1. X..BUII- sanitary regulation the Honorable T. M. Murphy .Judge of

aSK YOUR CROCEP t th"defendants resident of. K..I..therein....., Oaoeola.named. oounty. tm a., I I Section T. All.milk' wagon ud It I aid Court as Juda-a ef. Probate forny
.1 & "ousefc IT'ORDAtNKD BT-THB COUNCIL '
final)
Vlorldiu. but haa been absent Jrom BE the deliveryof.-such' milk and milk, discharge a* Bxecator-of th*, :,
OK,THB CITT.OF KISSIMMBBl estate of Jobs W. !
... \ the Stat.7 of OTlorlda residIng aCoatesvllle ? product shall have the name. of th I Bmlth. decaasedi e '
q ..lta.-" ,.A. OLAltlC. fr pV State. o* .Peaneirlvaola. fo,' Section 1. -That aTJvessels. used fer owner or proprietor or dairy. painted t and that-at the same Um I will pro- ,,,,
; ( t ch '''r.. r&i .T.iLs rr.r7 mor -'than .hU) -d.,.-. ne..t preeedln r the reception of Barbara In the Cityof .thereon In prominent; letters. and al I Mat my final ._Ullt. a. KxecBtor ft ,
.... 01'sulllel.nt: such shall *. > -. JI'.SI the application for tkls order .f pul. )Kiaslmm must b* wagon be.k.pt neat a* approval.JDatd .
>} :psHieys U4 malarial sarmswalca are transmut**! ; ll\.atl.n, and that- abe is" oye the m.go .p .Is* to- Insure the handling *f ,such clean- eh'ialrr ': January. SI, A.-. IX 1STKIJRSTw I'' ;$- .' p
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..o.o.O.tO.Ot.. o..oot.t..OO.. ..OO a very pleasant party at the 'home of AMERICAN TROOPS BRING Park is best told In Chairman Ham At all the assemblages where itl..., v
Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Sibert, Monday ilton's ,own words: simmee Four Minute Girl.,took part
7 night.. THRILLS IN "KAISER1 PICTURE Kissimmee Park June 28, 1918. they made a strong Impression and .fin
Notes No formal programjvc1 preparedfor lion. D. G. WanmerC4\airman, every instance proved to be m '
$ Society the diversion of the guests and New York Audiences Go Wild as Kissimmee Fla., 'very attractive feature of the prot' t .
National Sweep '
the hour were spent in singln,, and ,America's Army: Dear Sir 'gr.m. .' ,
Hans at Close of "The f .
Against The total pledges taken on Friday.with
conversation.As ,
general .
'(Mrs. E. E. Wells Editor.) Kaiser .the Beast of Berlin." I am happy to report that our of previous. >
the boys were hosts they were meeting held today at ,the Finney the number stamps ,
to serve several luscious Point School in accordance with the )Iy pledged amounted to approximateepledges
American troops of the new nation the
Roquestiiswade to all patron of. the Valley Gazette to tend Item* Ding watermelonl'placed on a table al army belpeCto) 'lay no small partIn President's proclamation, was a pro- have been made since ,
the lawn. This the readily meeting.FLOYD'S
on boys of nounced success. Au Ihawn'ln detailon ..
the Beast
The
--
.f Sectary Events to the Editor for publication in the. colam agreed to but on attempting to Berlin making" the stirring motion picture ,the accompanying pledge report

cut the melons they were found to be which show.-at the Graystone Casinoon sheet and cards, the redemption'valunof

f..o.o..o... O..o..to.COUNTY .. O..Ottot.OOOO ..Ot..OO a centers camouflage had been for removed.the sweet Late juicy in July 12th. War Saving Stamps sold ..ndpledged
Some of the most striking. scenes is $1685, or over 112 per cent
ladles' adjourned to the house former, the' evening the heir rewardedfor of this seven-reel masterpiece are the of our quott of $1500. 1. ,
OFFICERS ENJOY 1 I ly occupied by C. W. Dann. Tide f* the joke at expense and views of national army regiments The meeting' was preceded by a

_PICNIC. DINNER" now vacant but on this afternoon wa were served several fine melons. marching across the screen until they basket party and fish fry, and was Cash Grocery and j
+ the scene of a delightful picnic supper Other refreshment, of the eveningwas became a very tidal wave of men. At- uly attended, about 75/ persons being
.The balcony of the court house was when tho husbands and familiesof a dainty salad course served lantans who have seen the reviews at present. I delayed .the meeting
the scene of much merriment Tuesday the ladies gathered for this pleasant from the dining table. This was pret- Camp Gordon will recognize the similarity somewhat in the expectation that Mr. MARKETLook
at noon 'when the county official event.JICNIC. ily decorated with streamers and to them in the picture. Cadel and Mr. Steed would come to
and their assistant met for a picnic flags giving quite a martial appear- The the American troopson address our people but in their absence -
dinner. The table loaded with good FOR CAMP FIRE GIRLS!} ance. The bright red, white and the flashing cornel toward the latter I proceeded to hold the meet-
screen
thing to eat wa set for twelve. blue streamer caught up at the of "The Kaiser after President ing. Albert Warden aged 7, gave an ,over tkete pricecarefully,
Judge T. M. Murphy sat at the Mr*. Milton Pledger and Mrs.Lewis chandelier terminated in confetti part Wilson jhaa been shown declaring war ''appropriate recitation War Stamps they will save yon 'moa.,..
head of the table carved the chicken O'Bryan and .... L. II. Ingram balls, and were secured by, the guests against Germany and after the kaiser composed by his mother, Mrs.War, a a '
told stories Beginningat and good use made of them before '
and funny chaperoned the two troops of camp '"blood den.
of
his right seated around the table fire girls on a picnic and swim at the company left the dining room.' and, surrounded iron" in the by: the his royal men palace at .1 wish most particularly to accord Small Van Camp Cream _.. .05 ...
were Supt. C. E. Yowell.-C. L. Bandy Lake Conway last Thursday after- Attending. thin'' pleasant party Berlin* has exclaimed derisively, to my committeemen, Mr. C. K. War- Tali-Vin Camp Cream ___.T_ .13

Miss Rhea Pherlgo {:t. II. Bullock Gaze{ noon. The event wa one 'of the were. Dr..: and Mr. J. D. Sibert Mr. ':America, fight! Faugh! den and Mr. Ed Whaley& a:' just appreciation Miss Mona Huffman Miss and Mr Milton Pledger Misses Willamette -
pleasantest of the week. of the very" effective work '
audience
The next moment the
Sheriff Ingram Miss Helen Sibert, Lucy Pierce} Gladys goes bar Good Laundry .5 oap-_ .25 a
'and
Lane Misses Violet Bullock Norma wild column 'of'Unit they have done in making the drive ,
column after
Bas, Miss Eleanor {Moseley, W. L Griffin have' been appointed troop Griffin Lillian Harrls,-.Mamle Pilley ed States as soldiers sweep toward them- the success it; has proved.. a Good Ground Coffee ______ '.18 I

Barber and J. L. Overstreet.So leaders for the scouts and will, assist Adah C. Wagner; Messrs. C. H. Summers with the' sunshine glinting on their A few of our people were unable'to Good Green Coffee ______ .18
bountiful was the supply of .in the activities! of the troops.ITALENT Walter Bass, Prator Gilbert" be present but this will form the 1 I .
adjournedonly Elmo Griffln"Diddie" bayonets and their- flag! fluttering Barley Flour __:.__________ .08
that the Singletary
picnic
good things Henry subject of-areport-I will send in
overhead.:' "On to Berlinl I": announcesthe you Rye Flour .08 t
s after a motion wa caned to return Shearouse, and Mr. Powers: accordance with instructions by following --------------

4 for a six o'clock supper.. TEA w. s.II.- r screen"Over-There.while "the orchestrabreaksinto ; mail. Respectfully, I I Corn Flour ______________, ..07 'k ,

Menu METHODISTS HOLD CHURCH RICHARD HAMILTON Octagon Soap 6 for _. .35
Mrs. John Bronson Mrs. D. G. Mc- This is the stirring moment that ---
Anchovy :CanapesConsomme Parmesan Kay and Mrs. Milton Pledger are entertaining RALLY FRIDAY NIGHTA caused audiences at the Broadway Chm., Finney polnt..j I Polled Meat _____-. _____ .05 ': ;tt

au Ginger Chips the ladies of the Methodist theater in New ,York to come to their ''It might be! well to explain Vienna Sausane __. ___.__ .J 0, -
Olive -
church and, their friends this afternoon meeting of ;members of the feet cheering wildly. And when, as Mayor Cadel and Attorney Steed -
BoucheesFillet Dried in glass ....... .IS
la Poulettewith at the bungalow with % talent Methodist church was held in the the picture closes a few moment made the trip to the Park to meet !Bjef f
of Halibut a tea: bungalow Friday evening to talk later with a smashing climax, spectators their appointment and landed at the Small size Premier Dressing .15 t:
I MayonnaiseTomato ,Jpmbon Frold over the War Savings movement leave the theater with their dock. Seeing no' one in sight they Large size Premier Dressing .35 4.

Pickles Oeufs" "'Farcis t: PATRIOTIC LEAGUE !I among its members to raise a fund to blood boiling: and. their every desire considered that the wires had been Uncolored Japan Tea___!__ .60 I ILipton"
Menthe Ice liquidate a debt on the building to lick the Hun crossed somehow and that there
Froid Lait Creme de black fie mixed Tea .75
The Patriotic League will observe lA few well arranged potted plants w.s.STANDING 8. --- would be no meeting so they returned
p Poulets Saute.. their regular drill at the city dock decorated the rooms and flags were COMMUNITIES" home while the Kissimmee Park I I Small Peanut Butter______- .12 rr I
Larded GrousePomme OF
de' Terre Salad Wednesday afternoon at 4:30. The a reminder of the purpose of the patriot were enjoying. their mam- Medium Peanut Butter __-.? .17 ti

Ambrosia Ice Cream Gateau girl of this organization are taking meeting. IN WAR SAVINGS DRIVE moth good time at ''Finney Point Large Peanut Butter _.__._ .30
Crackers Cheese for their Immediate patriotic duty,the W. B. Harris announced 'the,. program -.......-' Grove. Considering the report of Best White Salt Meat .. ___ '.33
Cafe Nolr Red Cross work and a half dozen will and introduced the speakers. (Continued! from, Page One) the dinner the joke seems to be on .
Peaches and volunteer for service there this week. lIon. J. F. C. Griggs federal col. Messrs. Cadel and Steed but if.Kis Good White Salt Meat .... .30 y ,
Resistance Eva
Miss
Piece de
Watermelon au, Nature!", While the league wa 'organized by lector of customs and state chairmanfor kin.Tucker, speaker Junior; Four Minute simmee Park patriots could go over Best Smoked Side Meat ____ .33
Miss Ines Carson few weeks the War Saving department waspresent the top with their Thrift Stamp x
.; only a 'speaker _.______ 212.00 quo- tCingan's Picnic Shoulder Ib .27 r
+ ago, they have been wonderfully enthusiastic and favored the assemblywith ----- ta without help of'other than localspeakers

I MRS. CLIFFORD ENTER. I and loyal to their organi- an address: Judge Griggs Peg chairman' Horn-H.__.W.....Rummell._.......' 160.00 what would have !happenedif FEED _
- TAINS zation. Military drill wa suggestedby strongly urged the people to, getaway : the Kfesimmeepretors, had reached Oat. 100 lb.."*___________ 3.70
+- their sponsor Miss Carson and in from the idea of raising the Lokosee--G. C. Miller chairman their'distlnation. Chicken Feed 'I 100 Ibs _____ 4.40
...... J.; ........... 110.00
P C Clifford 'a charming
Mrs. was
this recreation they have proved quota here by email purchases; whileit Th.'A.hton settlement had a picnic Cotton Seed Meal. 100 Ibs__ 245
bostesa'Tuesday afternoon entertaining themselves very proficient, leading I is. commendable it,will not be.adequate at Alligator Lake and gave In .
Total$68,111.75Kleetmmee Velvet Bean Meal 100 Ib ._ 2.50
the ladies of the Auction Bridge *
this activity at the state encampmentat under the circumstances. He their pledge i
Club at her.home on Emmett street. Daytona last week explained detail the working of the ,Fla., July 1,1918. A fish fry at Center Park called the Cocoanut Meal., 100 Ibs. ;___ 3.00
The spacious rooms were attractively War Savings societies and suggestedthat I wish to extend thanks to, all whoso people of the -district together but Alfalfa Meal. 100, Ibs. _____, 3L2S t

decorated in This a color\ scheme daintily of r f W. c. C. N. D.' HOLD INTER.. a greater,number. of these or- patriotically rendered special service the community good time renderedno Hulls _______'___________'_J.65
I
pink and green. vras | ESTING MEETING I ganizations be organized. He Urged In the W. S. S. drive which' terminated 'one oblivious of the .nation's call Best Sweet Feed. 100 Ibs.
carried out in the block ice cream __,3.40
r 4- the need of co-operation of friendly Friday June 28th and state and a big sum was pledged to the
'
and cake which 'were served at the The Woman.) :Committee of the competition and above ,tJl" of persistence that' while;.*ve are still far behind in stamp movement.'. Butter Fat Cow.F; ed., lOOIb I *. 3.20 t '
.
conclusion of the' games and with the Council of National Defense held a in this work. Ho ,heartily approved our allotment there is yet six months Baasville people gathered atFrier's

..core cards. Mil- very interesting and instructive meeting the plan the church, was following in which to prepare to go f over the Cove for a basket. dinner and fish Dot forget; our ;
made by Miss
High score was and recommended it to January lit. 1919. Heretofore fry.
top on
Tuesday afternoon, at the Hart other FRESH MEAT DEPARTMENT '
dred Turville who received Thrift
Memorial building. organization we have had comparatively few East Lake district held a communi..
,, Stamps as a prize. Miss Elizabeth Aultman chairmanfor Mr. Chapin who was also present enlistments in the thrift army now ty gathering and Lokosee held ,a We deErer promptly. Phono 176
Attending this pleasant event were the Klssimmee organization, presided and was asked to speak said Osceola there are several hundred and it is similar celebration. We appreciate yosur. busiae.s.M'
Miss Turville. Miss Sue Watson, Mrs. and announced the in 'common with, most' communitieshas expected that each will not only ful- At Shingle Creek school house
W, J. Sears Mrs. H: C. Piano, Mi. which had for its theme "History program and, sidetracked the War Savings' fill the pledge made but will increase more than thirty people assembledand
,
Leola ,Faulk 'Of ,Jacksonville Mrs.
Geography of France." movement for every other drlv. In' It voluntarily from time to time and every person present pledged to
Gay Livingston, Mr. Emmette Miss Grace Gilbert read an intelligent consequence it had but little more I encourage others to do likewise; and : buy one or 'more War Savings The Strong Withstand the Hat of'
Brown, Mrs. Howard Katz; Mr*. Virginia written by Miss Violet than one half her quota, pledged. thus become a genuine booster for Stamps.Campbell. Summer Bettor.Than tho Weak

Harper and Miss Amy Makin- Bullock paper outlining the early history of, There is lust one thing to do. he! said War Savings Stamps.Committeemen I station held a community Old poopl wbo a.. feeble and yooaatr iwopl
eon. that nation down to the Revolution.Mrs. "roll up your sleeves and go to work." throughout the en- gathering and reported pledges. Who" are weak will b*Mren th.nod and enabled t*,
W. B. Maklnson continued the Attorney Milton; Pledger 'was call tire county are hereby requested to Kenansville, in .the:! extreme Co through the depreednj beet of emnmer br take
FOR CAMP FIRE GIRLS story from that period down to mod- ed on 'for a' talk and told some of his consider themselves in service until south part of the Charles A. la*GROVE'S rASTELESSchuTONC: It Durifle* -
t < "> ern times. Mrs. A. A.'Wemple gavean experiences in county work in the the task of filling our allotment has Carson Jr., took individual pledges tetn.and enriches You can th.eoon blood butts and butldi up tbe. whole ire-
,, SCnDua..laYllOr.
The Fulechee Fire Girls
rl Camp enjoyed Intensely interesting narration. of W. S.S. drive been .completed. It is desired par to the amount< of .$400. atin*Effect. We. y
a delightful afternoon Tuesday Miss Gertrude that War Savings societiesbe yr
the life of Joan of Arc. Readings by McKay ticularly -
with Miss Lillian Harris hostess at lose aand Mr. McLeod vocal numbers by organized in every school district.
addition.Misses .: The meeting did not sight of 3
home in Breeze
her
Cape the needs of this country and interesting Misses Ella Mae Gilbert and AdahC. D. G.. WAGNER,
Maggie Mae McCranie Dorothy data was given of the specialcall Wagner varied the program which Chairman. 4wi
Wells., Gladys Griffin and and' MarySingeltary which is being made for nurses was closed by Dr. Sibert, who calledon w.s. B.

the time In were planning present activities spent for and of the provision which is being the his government church members at this to rally crisis round and WEEKLY REPORT OF SALES Osceola Hardware Co. r
made
a to educate these volunteers.The .
the and
Hooverised ensuing cakes weeks. Fruit served.punch meeting the committee next round their church in its need. "We OF THRIFT STAMPS

were week will be held on Monday. afternoon have thrown our hat into the ring '
A MISSIONARY and the subject wilt be the he .said "and' it's time for eve>;''body Citizens Bank Savings: Stamps. to
,; .I I BAPTIST SOCIETY' Character and Temperament of to get busy. the amount of 290500. r, Located on Klssimmee's
Franca and what she has contributedto From respect to the food administration State ;Bank- Savings Stamps' to the
no refreshments served amount of $500.40. f BUSIEST CORNER
e Baptist civilization. The program will include were
The Woman's MUionary other than luscious watermelons. Osceola Hardware Co., 35. ,
readings, musical numbers and
society held its.regular meeting( at These were provided in abundance.. Wenner-Sawyer Co. for school W. t
to be one of rare entertain
the home of ,Mrs. J. A. Tue.daz ,
Barclay promises Mrs. Wagner chairman of the! committee S. S. 71; Thrift Stamps 159. .
: afternoon. 'i on arrangements sold a num- Wenner-Sawyer, Co., for Presbyterian It ha been hard to
Towns for the Convention extremely get fruit jar* enough to fill our orders
1 T
"' r BARACA CLASS HOSTS At ber of War Savings Stamps s'iring church W.-S. S. 26; Thrift 4. i
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tho for the The demand has
Year. subject meeting PLEASANT PARTY 1 I the evening Wenner-Sawver Co. for Woman's swamped u.. but we are glad to announce '>
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lead by, Mrs. O. B. Falls, W... 8. Home Guard WS.S. 277 and Thrift that we've got a,lot in this jveek and are ready to supply our trade. j

A talk.deeply and interesting discussion.At as. developed by I' The boys of the Baraca < Class of If you despise} what the Germans Stamps 99. Wehave extra top and rubber, too. '*.

: the i close of the program the the Methodist Sunday ,School gave do, let your, .saving..... help 'fight them. G.Bon W.Ton Persons Hat Shop.1 Thrift.16 Thrift.

Lawrence Tree 4 W.S.S. and 18 .
Thrift. . 4 See our'Congoleum Rug. 'They are cool and comfy this hot ,
Central Drug ;Store 5'' W.S.S. and weather, and very pretty too. .

32 H. Stanford, 2 W.S.S.A. .

\..._ --- -,-._- --- S. Gilbert 6 W.S.S. and 4 Thrift.W. '
G -- .. , -- r ... B., Witheripoon, Oh lrman., Babies never: go out of style. so we've gotten' a good stock of '

: 1 I W. B.at i--i -- > Baby Carriage and Push Girt exactly adapted to the little dear '
: ; .4 Call and have .'look them. '
: 1\ MARKETING HOGS a t : ;
; beats burying them. Steve Hoover

Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. writes\ "Com-

menced feeding my herd of about 100 .We ell Cow Ease. This a pray which keeps flie. and other '
Powder
Mountain hogs B. A. Thomas' Hog over i- in-
nti Moving a two months ago. Fifty were sick and ; jest pest off the cattle. It will keep your,old Bossy comfortable, and

off feed. Nearby herds had cholera.. contented and will greatly improve the language of those who milk

' I did not lose one-the are well and her. Its good for the dog too and will keep him free from nit, gnats,
"
. growing fast. -Waters &. Carson,
fleas and nine kind of lice. Its good stuff; better than some.

would take one man an. eternity, but many men with improved machinery .. '., Grocery Co..Mr j 4
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*." Burns Letter.
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make'' work of it I
t easy Here i I. alettertthat Is certain to GASHUM AND SUSETTE TRYING TO NAME THE BABY '

And this !i. true of business.problem=what would seem to be : prove of interest to people living in i'
t ;- this vicinity as eases off this sort oc-1 t'
f a superhuman task to an individual, relying solely upon himself,'become ...;;,,. cur in almost every neighborhood, I've thought of a good" name for,the bab .",said .Susette, "Sup.
and people should know what to do in pose we call him dlaud? '
*"easy of accomplishment to another who'ha* formed a banking ',' , ', Mo. Oct.,12..1916. ?
Savannah '
!"Why. C-I-a-u-d-e: of '
I"
,, *'." course ,
affiliation with this strong 'naDelalan.tilution. j.. > t. "I used a bottle of Chamberlain's
',1., g t .' Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy '''about Well that i. "right for now j but if the little chap grow up and '

it : ,tt We, will be glad to consider your, banking need make them', nine 'years ago and It'cured me of marries,, they will> spell it C-1-a-w-e-d. .ure'.... you're born I I"-. .
g flux (dysentery). I had'another attack
r g 1. 4 known .to'. .us. rI.. of the same complaint some ,
three or' four years ago and ,a few

t.ilistMta doses of this ;remedy cured.me. ,I Watch _this, space next, >week. :t,
have recommended Chamberlain'sChile I
'''and Diarrhoea Remedy to, dozens '
I since I first. used i it/* I. "
S.S. of people >
Ntuasd Citizens Bank T. i i W. ....,

p, OVER 6.000 SUBSCRIBED ". Osceola Hardware_ :

.. - UNITED*UU STATE, b IN CO. FOR WAR' SAVINGS : ;: / .

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