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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 19, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00864
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: CITRUS EXCHANGE, OFFICIALSHERE DODD TO LEAVE CITIZEN'SBANKRRANNING ' '.

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All the prominent fruit growers of sible so that all growers may have .: ; '; Mr. Roger Dodd' has been offered larger town, a larger bank and ell'

this 'section have been invited to. assemble -, knowledge of present conditions, and !(: the position of 'Cashier of the Com- ,I larger opportunities. He has ,accordingly ,
at the Citrus their .. resigned his position as Cashier'''
exchange pack- be able to get the price' for mercial Bank of Ocala, Fla., tin .Institution
ing house today meet with the official fruit they'should' ; have, of the Citizens Bank of Kissimmee,
I> heads of the Florida Citrus Exchange The: topics for discussion will\ Include ,. of $50,000 apital,-and come effective Saturday night of this week,

and to consider( the situation transportation and, labor prob t. . 400,000 deposits, and one'.of the eldest and will leave immediately for< O ala.:

foe the' fast\iapproaching season. lems, and the purchase of supplies, dt( r . ';" and largest institutions in that ,to take. up' his new duties.
Dr. 'J. U. Rose, 'Of Florence Villa, market conditions, and other subjects ; y '\' section 'of. the state' : -- He will be l succeeded jn charge of
t4rer.ident of'the organization, will be rVlative to the welfare of the fruit ;:.:.: '., This institution .has recently be th| Citizens Bank of Kissimmee bY'''
pesent,' and also C. E. Stewart, industry.. '" ;...:'; .- come associated with the Bankers' Mr. George L1, Branning, of the office 1

business 'manager' ; F. L. Skelly sales w.'*. :--' 1 \ <." ,l\:' .:r. '"'r.,;. Financing Company, which acts as 'force of the Bankers Financing Company a
manager; F. W Miller; "mana gar of J. R.. Gilbert, Ad Gilbert and C. L. r ,ati 1 f.' ,,1>- ;} .. financial agent for tho Citizens who will be the direct representative 1
the Exchange Supply Co; J., Reed Bandy- left'' Sunday for Okeechcibee, i?' '.,' Bank of Kissimmee, and with which of the Financial Agent. in.
Curry, organizer, all of Tampa, and returning with Ned Gilbert, who has ;:: .{ : Company Mr.- Dodd has been asso- this connection. ,
the Exchange's representative in been seriously ill at that place. Mr. ']!;\. ". ciated for 'some years in this '''state Mr. Branning Is a, bank I man of
New York, R. II. Holand. Gilbert is 'nowi resting at C. L. Ban .. ".. and in Georgia.. years of experience and thoroughly'
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TheobJect'of, the meeting is to furnish dy's home and is somewhat improved tS < :' The opportunity cornell to Mr; conversant' with' the needs of. this
' as complete information as pos t .n :,. / Dodd in the shape of a promotion to" section in a': banking way.- '
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Prof. R. !M. Evans returned last Four years of English, two and one The residents of Shingle Creek plied. Federal aid cannot be used on
Thursday from Tallahassee,, wherehe half of Mathematics, one of Science section1 are rejoicing over their fine roads unless used for mail routes. +4
has been a member of the Courseof and two of History completes the required Between here..;and Campbell' the, de-
bricked road which conects their
Study Commission for the Stateof nine and one-half units. tour"has suffered from the, recent
Florida. This body of eminent The repuisite six and -one-half ,, neighborhood with Kissimmee. The corgi' ,

r Educators including eighteen members units from the elective subjects em.. two mile strip was opened up about rect, it may have been the, autoisU 1f

representing, every departmentof braced ,a wide field of study, and can a,week ago and is being found especially who have'suffered.: At any rate' a
the schools, the primary, the intermediate be arranged In various combinationsto convenient just now when new detour is now In use which promises v
and the high school fit the needs of the individual pupil the heavy rains are doing all sorts of some relief from mud trouble.
teachers, the specialists, the voca- in laying the foundation for his damage to ordinary graded roads. When Mr. Gillesple .was asked '
tional teachers, county superintendents life's work, 'in.anyway possible to at HON. J. M. LEE ANSWERS :The hardsurfacing was done by when the highway would be :;completed -',
the state high school inspector Lain under the old method of classifi the .'Alabama Paving Company under he replied: ,"No one can pre
and the two rural school 1 inspec cation. I theVexpent: supervision of T., B. Gil- diet .It is difficult to obtain mater' ,
ors. Foreign languages may be taken 'l lespie an4 )is a' fine '"piece of workmanship sal from. the factories on;account of
The object of the Commission 'was and each year count one unit, thoughin THE LAST CALL OF HIS MAKERHon. The"vitrified, brick is. nine the.war; ,it is, difficult' to "' eurotransportation

to arrange a uniform course of study this event, two years. must be devoted ,feet, wide a standard width, with concrete for the material, and
for Florida's educational institutions, to the study. curbing and weU'graded "shoul- the labor is scarce just 'now all from
beginning ot the first grade'and ex Modern, languages, domestic -- der.." Even the woodwork of the the same reason.
tending through the twelfth., science,-commercial work,, where that J.. M. Lee one of Osceola most beautiful floral tributes knownto Shingle Creek' bridge has been re- 'Over In, the' St. Cloud R ad'and' ('
The course of study decided on differs is incorporated in the schools, agriculture county's pioneer residents and Kis- the.florists art,'a touching expression newed and every detail i. in first Bridge District, --the rood builders are u !"
t little from the one that has been and manual training will, all simmee's most distinguished citizens I of the sympathy, in the com class condition. t not hapy either. Asphalt has decided "
in use here for years, and there will count for units of credit under the answered the final summons Monday munity to ,the.. family" 'suffering. the :The company, contracted with the objections to' being laid during relay x
be'few radical changes' in the Qsceola new system which, after *1\\\\ differs afternon' a1 hospital In Orlando,, ,heavyjloss.( ?, *f county'on: the..unit system and the weath.r*._.u..,roads..*.*,till-deeed--.
schedule. Perhaps the' most Important little from the system now in use where he had been taken for medical 1 I Pastors :'of all the churches In the total cost of the work was, about there, though it' had been hoped '
of these changes Is 1 the placing treat ;ent. city were. present and took 'part in $20.000. f portion -could be traveled last week.
of the high school on an elective basiaAnd here.While the people have long been The news' -of his death cast a gloomover the services. The large choir of Road building In other parts of Osceola However .. war conditions and the
graduating the pupils' on the ware of the .xcellence of the Osce- the 'community where ,he had the Methodist Church, assisted by county is being greatly delayed weather man are neither under the ,,
.uhSt system. While this is'an innova :ola county .high school and the played so important a part for nearly Mrs. Paul K. Weaver and Miss by the incessant rains. The famous jurisdiction of the people, here, their
tion here it will work no hardship on schools of Kissimmee is a matter of a lifetime, not only in the business Ire. Carson intimate friends of the "missing link" between here and the beet course I. to"exercise a little more
the pupils, on the contrary, it will be no r little gratification 'to learn how I activities, but in church circles as family, rendered the hymns the deceased Polk county line near 'Loughman' patience, for in the course of time -
found more adaptable to the individual favorable our course of. study'eom-i well. For nearly forty years,he had loved best; then the body was still, missing for a short: distance. these beautiful hard surfaced' highways
needs. pares; with'theone: which has ",just been a conslstant Christian and a taken to Rose Hill cemetery and Work i I. going on about a mile the will be a joy to the...tray lers."
Staten units will be required for been arranged by a commission having I staunch member of the Methodist laid to rest. The concourse of-friends other side of Campbell station on the w....* '
graduation, nine and oneself of the in its personnel men standing 'church, and. durlne that time has honoring T the dead was the largestever I Federal aid end of the road as it is Attorney W. B. Crawford and G.

required subjects, and six and one- highrin, the. educational circles of the proved a constant inspiration to the eeen in, the history of the city. I. Milled.That is the portion of the 'L. Garrett spent Monday' In Deland {
half of the elective ,subject. state.- ministers who have come to serve the Mr. Lee was 65 years old and was highway'where this fund can be ap- on 'legal business.\
pastorate. The handsome ;brick edi born in Futon county, Georgia. He ,
fice which is now the home of this denomination moved to Florida when he was thirty -
i EFICIENCY was made possible largely years old, and since that time has '
CAMPAIGN TO BE f THE CATTLE TICK IS, TAKING
I through his untiring efforts and been a factor; in building ,up the .
steads a monument to'the consecration industries of this section. He was a
of his wealth as well. pioneer in the citrus industry of the ,

HELfr.AT THOOISTCHUhcH He was chairman of the board of county and with his two brothers he BIG TOLL FROM THE RAISERS
stewards at the time of his death cleared the land and planted the

I and the membership of that handsome Lee Brothers' grove, whichis
--' body, the pastor and the trustees of now widely known. Later 'he Acquired -- .- sh
An efficiency campaign will be held .. the church, including in the party valuable property and cattle, ... ... This county is under tick fever \ \

at the Methodist church in this city Dr. J. D. Sibert, Messers. D. G. Wagner and amassed a fortune from these ac quarantine and the cattle owner get aI
'on Wednesday and Thursday of next NEW LUMBER GO TO E. Z.. Lesley, J, McPhatter, C. W. tivities. At the time of his death he WOOD TYNER BUYS OUT only the quarantine price-no matter

'week, at which several out-of-town ,Griffin, Geo. W. Persons, G. D. Boone, was considered one of wealthiest. where they sell their stock* l
,,,speakers will be present. OPERATE IN KISSIMMEE' R. M. Evans, W. B. Harris, M. M. men in South Florida. THE OVERLAND GARAGE The quarantine will be lifted a*
The meetings will be largely edu- Miller, H.. C. Stanford, W. L. Paulk, Mr. Lee always took a lively In. soon as we eradicate the cattle fever
cative and it is hoped that all who. J. L. Overstreet, and Lewis O'Bryan, est in politics and was recognized as ticks,: and then our stock will also ,,
- can do .so will lay aside A. E. Donegan :has sold the South increase in weight as well' as in price
s possibly motored to Orlando Tuesday after- one of the leaders In the Democratic F: H. Tyner, one of the best known I
Florida Lumber to J. L.
other matters for these two days and Company noon to escort the remains to .Kis party, in fact 'he was considered a men in this, section has purchased per hundred pounds.
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Phillips & Co. Inc. of New York.
attend the meetings.Dr. simmee, where the funeral services "wheel' horse" up ,to the time of his the; Overland Garage from 'J. J. Griffin The following facts) presented, by i
Sibert, pastor of the church, Mr.. J. L. Phillips was in the city were to be held.. death. and has already taken possession Congressman Lever, chairman of the '
and closed the deal. It is
'' hands us the following program' for yesterday Early in the afternoon the people Mr. Lee was closely connected with Mr. Tyner expects to remodel the Agricultural Appropriation Commit
the Intention of the to
+y publication: Company remodel began to assemble in the church the early history of Osceola county, building and says he will keep plentyof tee, are conclusive proof that the cattle -
' Wednesday, July 24th.. the plant and to employ a full which Mr. Le had been so largely and when' it was, organized in 1887, he cars on the floors to supply his ticks are a serious .handicap on
7:30: p. m. Devotional. force of men. instrumental 'in erecting, to pay their was appionted Clerk of the Circuit customers. The work .room will bean the cattle, industry:
8:00: p. m. Stereoptlcr.n and Lecture The plant will be under ,the management last respects to his memory 'and !before Court, and was subsequently reelected ' up to date one and gas and oil will "The average weight of cattle
by Dr Bowen. of Mr. Lee Ensign, of Jacksonville the hour of service had arrivedthe times foe would
4 as many as \ con- be kept (or sale. From tick infested areas of Georgia S
who has been' identified with
Thursday, July 25th. large auditorium was filled to sent to fill that position serving 21 Mr. Tyner accompanied by Ed. Florida, ,Alabama and Mississippi,
the lumber business of this state fora
9:30: a. m. "Our work in Florida, overflowing. Ladies of the Mission- in that capacity.As this
number years Lancaster, left for Jacksonville compiled from receipts and sales on ?;
by Dr. Ira S. Patterson. of years. sionary Society during the trying one of the earliest settlers in week .and returned with three new .the'' St. Louis stockyards from Jan
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10:15: a, m. Rev. A. H. Cole on MORE OSCEOLA BOYS time of its early 'history Mrs. J. L. Kissimmee, he bas done much to OVer lands and a Willis-Knight. uary 1, 1917 to October 1, 1917, including .
Sunday School work. CALLED TO THE COLORS Overstreet, Mrs. H. N. Bratton, Mrs. bring about the progressive movements 'The business men here are gratified steers, cows apt calves was
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11:15 a. m. "Church efficiency, B MM* Lane Paulk, Mrs. D. G. Wagner, and that have contributed to the that Mr. Tyner has Identified 407 pounds; These cattle sold at an
by C. W. White. More Osceola'county boys will Mrs. Bronson, with the pastor's wife,j city's prosperity, and had just been himself w th the interests of Kissimmee average price of $7.02 per hundred ':<0
Dinner On Ground. leave Monday noon 'for training Mrs. 6ibert, acted as ushers and seat- instrumental forming the Lee and predict for him a large pounds,' or $28.67 per head. During &
y 2:00: p. 'm. League work. camps to enter military service. An- ed the congregation. I Amusement Park. which was measure of success. the'same period, tick free catUe'sold t
: 2:30: p. m. Southern College. swering official call number 867, No more fitting or beautiful ser named in his honor, to provide entertainment Mr. Griffin has not definitely stated for an average price of About $9.13 .e
it J 2:45: p. m. Our paper, the Florida'bhristian the following will entrain for Camp vice could have been arranged as a for the Kissimmee people. what line of business he will take per hundred pounds. At this price

Advocate. Greenleaf, near Oglethorp, Ga.: close to this useful and consecrated I lie possessed a genial, kindly disposition up. and at ,their same weight t e'fOll"lDer &
3:00: p. m. "Missions in Sunday Sylvester Eagan, Samue} J!', Cobb, life'than the one enacted when the and knew the full meaningof iv. .. a. i cattle: would have been worth $3746
School," by' Dr. Patterson. William N. Fertic, Milto Alonzo pastor, Dr. Sibert, uttered the wordsof the word, friend, for he counted :LARGE FERTILIZER PLANT per head, making a 'difference''of mI \( '
A 3:30: p. m. "Sunday School Work"r Hughey Rudolph Ashton, Gordon the solemn ritual which announced 1 them by the score and was loyal and BURNED AT JACKSONVILLE $8.59, of on the total ''number 'of '

by Rev. A. H. Cole... .__' Augustus McKee, Marvin Hardin the arrival of the body. Round I devoted to them. beef cattle in the South; this'would ,
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AND W. RECORDS Chandler, Everett Ethel Hansel,Olin the remains were his old time friends He 'wu a member of the Masons The American Agricultural Chem- have amounted to 102581780. not' \.

;i GAZINES ,Gore. and business associates, E. L.: Lesley, and had served Southern College, a ical Company's large fertilizer plantat taking intoconsideration, the 19 percent
WANTED'FOR SOLDIERS The ten selectmen scheduled to W. B. Crawford, N. C. Bryan, C".W. Methodist institution as trustee for Jacksonville was destroyed by fire increase .weight-of tick free
leave last Monday night were on Griffin, Lewis O'Bryan and W C. years. In the death of Mr. Lee, the cattle over '' the ttekyj' cattle. With },
[Miss Inea'Cuaon., spons'er for the hand at 'be-appointed time with thexceptloii Bass, acting as f palls bearers while C. community will suffer an irreparable ,early Tuesday.morning, :entailing a this increase weight the tacky cat-
Ide of the Patriotic Leagus hare- of ,Hill Tyndall, 'who\:was A. Carson, S H. Bullock D.. G. Wagner .toes toss estimated at a million' and a tie i would have weighed 6 poinda

lived an urgent call from the train- :represented"'by/a. physician's certificate S. L. Lupfer, J. McPhatter and He survived by his wife, five quarter dollars. per head, selling for $<<.aT per bead

g" amps at,.A eadi& .for 'readable stating that he had broken his H. C. Stanford. , were honorary pallbearers daughters Mrs. M. G. Waring,' of ,J. T. Borkhalter, local agent,, :is and .showing ,a difference: of ,.$lUG
.'r kgasines' and' phonograph records leg. Mr. Tindal will leave as'soon .. ;:! Lakeland, Mm.., Zeb Parker, of ''Arca authority for;.the< statement that all per' 1 ead."" "
(war songs not (desired). Anyone he recovers sufficiently for duty.; The casket
,, was ar mound of exquisite die, Mra."WalterCobl.and Mrs. Roy w. L
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orders for fertilizer be filled "
wi.bing'to' contribute to this collect The examinations for the. 1918 registrants ?flowers, ; '.th. chancel .was Starbird; of> Orlando,,and. Miss Mar- 'Mrs.,'J. L. Overstreet and;daughters '
+ Itioa communicate, with,, Miss Carson will take place at the court; buried blossoms-,:and back'of these "'" ... I from other plants owned by the com, returned home last Friday, after

or &. ,eir18 r.of... the1.league.. ; house tomorrow. 1,,, "* were- banks' of"' potted" plants.. ;and the (Continued oa'pige 4)). pens' ,*v ,.I.-1...y . an:'extended visit. to'Cairo, Georgia,l1H'
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TWO I THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY JULY 19, 1918 )S
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#r1\ \' (Written for Last Week.) Wednesday a visit w'th Mr. and I .
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: \ -.J Mrs. Wells and Mrs. Wagner of Henry Combs, at St; Petersburg nnd ,
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Kissimmee, were here on Monday to Buskin ta visit her daughter Mrs.'
Has
organize home guards, to work la the Miller, How France

interest of War Savings Stamps. Miss Maude Alice Wagner and

They will meet on ,Saturday to per- Miss Makinson of Kissimmee visited

, ', .. fect the organization, and elect of- S.t., Cloud ,Monday Been Fed
"" ficers. - Mr. and Mrs Fred Kenney and .
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Y A pleasing; event occurred on the children Mr. and Mrs Bert Gessford

\", .. evening of July .4th,,'when a numberof and John! Collins spent Sunday at Mr. .,, .'. ; ...--. .. I l
'.' ,;, I St. Cloud young people gatheredat and Mrs. R. G., Thomas' home at Alli- II."
,',:,\'; the Runnymede Hotel for a dance, gator Lake. "Before the war, a distinguished I f
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( ,r ;", making the trip by auto. Those pres- Mrs. Rose Connell, who has been French Officer, General ,
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ent were, Mr. and, Mrs., Lewis, Mrs. visiting her father Wm. Griffin left i
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.,' Maitrot wrote a Series articles .
,, ; w.1 .. W, H.,, }Bailey Mrs. Harry Johnson, I Tuesday for Chicago, 111. ,
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Misses Evadna Harris, Alina Coble, Mrs. Fern Hardin and, baby was in the 'Echo de Paris' to

... Francis and Leila Johnson, Eva Marshall ,- the guest at .Mr. and Mrs., ,Fred Kenney -., warn France!" that jn( case of
.. and Emma Murphy Messrs. Tuesday.,
on / _. '
Aaron Story, Lome Hewey, of Mill ,Misses Helen and Ruth Cisner are war, the French meat' industry

iard's Island, ,Lynn and Leo.Godwin, visiting their -aunt, Mrs. Arnold Bass, would be unable to supply the

FISK CORD TIRES Dewey Montsdoca, Howay Riggan/ nel'.r''' Whittier I French, army in the field with' I

Roy Van Denberg, Pond Carl Scuff. A Mrs. L. H. Ingram and Mrs.. Milton '", j
especially-
fresh -owing
You want size-strength, I bountiful supper was served and, all Pledger;, and Mr. Wagner' were, St. meat
enjoyed a good time. Cloud caller on Monday.Mrs. to the lack of modern refriger- I

... "Safety, beauty and mileage" Mts.' John ,F: Daniels and three Hanscom and Mrs. Giyens arrived -: ating plants and refrigerating ,j \

-" children, an"l mother, Mrs. Anna, home Saturday "after spendingthe
i in a tire. That's what you Meatyard, returned Monday! evening j Fourth at Tampa. I transportation,-and too, owing III !
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in' the Fisk Cord. All from Tampa, where> ,they spent the I The following a letter from FrcJPhipp : to the deficiency in the national, i
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get Fourth of July, with: Mr. Daniels, *, to his mother Mrs'Phil1i>s: herd." I;

that, plus most unusual l re- who is working in the ship yards. Carbondale, POI, July 3, 1918 ,
Misses Lillian Ide Emma and Hffie Dear, Mother: u
t siliencyspeedcomfbrtandluxury ( Tyson, left on Wednesday for a feW I will now write you II a few lines to t "Since the war began the .f

weeks' visit at Hendersonville, ,N. C. let you know 1 low I am. Well, I got French army has never been '

I S Made in Ribbed Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Reynolds I left twelve days' l leave and an on my ,way short of' fresh' meat, thanks

on Tuesday for Roberts, Wyoming}, I to Illinois. I.stopped here to sec
\ Tread and the famous Fisk condi-
: where they were culled on aCt'ount'of Lottie for a ,few days; I am going to mainly to the prosperous
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,.,;;_..:r.:'::-"'" NonSkid.Osceola the illness of Mrs. Reynolds' brother. Bob's todry, and then I will go to tion of the American meat industry .

f They wero accompanied' 4>.s far as Lula's Sunday and stay till Monday. and too to the Americanlive j
Jacksonvdlle'by their son, R. G. Reynolds I have to get buck to the, ship the "

Motor Co. who returned here Wednesday.: 10th of July. Well everyone is getting stock breeders.

Mr. John Hutson is on the sick along fine ,here and I hope that

list at this writing. everyone is allright at home. I have
Miss Nona Knight, who has been not sent any word to Bob or Lula 11 The foregoing ta te-
KISSIMMEE FLORIDAI
visiting her brother O. 'C. Knight, that I am coming, but will send Lulaa

e Ii . and family left Tuesday for her homeat letter today.I ment was made by r a

Mascott;,. Florida.; must close( this letter, hoping representative of the 1
Mr Thcadore Deschener left on everyone is well at home, for I am

Thursday last for the soldiers' homeat having a fine time here. I got the I Allies now i iji the United i

r Johnson City,Tenn. one cent a mile railroad rate, so it ,

: Mrs. J. D. Woodbcck and Mr*. only cost me' $20 for a round trip States. .

J. Government by Divine Right I George P. Gardner of Kissimmee, ticket, from Norfolk, Va.; to Peoria, ,

d were St. Cloud visitors Wednesday.: I and return. Will write when I get to
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Dr. Minerva B. left Trivola. Your FRED. representative f
Cushman on son,
(By E. S. Hall.) lose her ..out"When .

It is 'probable that the earliest hu a German soldier goes into j of the'Allies said recently:

man government was tribal in form. battle he is given a token which is a DEER PARK ORANGE CENTERWritten ,tr

Monarchies ,arose later and have little disc of aluminum upon whichis

flourished' even to the present time. stamped a portrait of the Diety (Written for last week.) ( for last week.) "that the American packers

t Sometime a king was chosen by the holding a sickle in one hand, embjematic ) We are having some real Florida On last Thursday evening Mr. have been of the greatest pos-

people but usually he, Obtained the of the harvest of death that is i, weather and if not for the showers, Warren Frace of Kissimmee, was sible assistance to the Allies

4 position by force of arm, and the about to begin, and underneath it we are having I fear we 'would be united in marriage to Miss Ada' Mae ,
became hereditary are the words, "Strike him dead; the and have, by their Efficient cooperation -
thus 'acquired
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longing for good old winter to hurry Maddux, eldest daughter. of Mr. and .
and descended to the first born Day of Judgment. will' not ask you along. Mrs. J. Ei, Maddux of Orange Center contributed in the
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of he royal house. the reasons.. This, appalling Rev. W. ,II. Coleman, pastor of utmost to the successful
a Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Elarbee and degree
piece of blasphemy and it furnishes
,These ,earlier naion were absolutely a 'jI
the Christian
Kissimmee church of
clue o the atrocities that are being son Herbert; ,:motored tto Jacksonville prosecution of the war/ "
} monarchies, the will of the sov- ,
; ficiated. ;The' wedding was a quiet I "
erign {t!being,, supreme: in, all hinge,I committed sunder; ; the; banner'g!of i:;,"di.' !hopeshe SaturdayMrh I.will] %soon Elarbee's be back friends I ln 1"'our homei' 'i'affair,!. only; a' few being pre,- .... ., > '" .".,,,\\I;r. ;'
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randhavinglthepower death over: ',his! ;;;subjects.,of ,s.The.life,>,)Code and t}'We America do no thkA thfin: entto1witness| >:the" ceremony. ThebrideTwas'1neatlyJattired ',, ".." "" : ': '"aMr. In white ,
of Khammurabi and other writingsof ser, and yet' we must admit that he .' and Mrs. A. Bryan left Sate with rosettes of pink ribbon.organdie & ,.Company u. S.A. ::''
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similar indicate that theking' is the most forceful ruler in Europe urday to visit relatives'nel1r Talla-
antiquity,
The was performed tinder
t command was absolute and today. lIe has ,welded the diverse hassee and Quincy.Mr. i ceremony i
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a huge arch of pink crepe myrtle and ,
were to be obeyed at all times with people of his empire in a marvellous M. W. and Mrs. C. I. Thompson oleanders, intermingled with tiny
manner, until ,they; think and act as
out. questionings.In are visitors at the Deer Park American sags Several large bo-
order to'establish their thrones one. Having accomplished! this near hotel this week. in the
quets were display predominating -
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more firmly, and to secure exact miracle, he has begun the absorptionof Mr. W. S. Knight visited Kissimmee color of the flowers being pink. -- i'r r
obedience! ; the kings of those days ,all the adjacent weak nations.It Monday on business. j While suspended from the ceiling in residence to spend, a pleasant evening Shingle Creek on the Fourth. .

I proclaimed that they reigned by "di- is like the story of Benjy ,and I Mrs. Savage, of the Manhattanhotel the center of the room were crossed with them. The evening was spentin Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barclay of Kis I

vine right. the Bear as told in the old triptich: of Kissimmee, and daughter, American flags. Mr. Frace Is well dancing, music being furnished on simmee, visited at the E. L. D. Ovor-

', This partnership with God in the "Benjy met a bear; Miss Leona and Mr. O'Berry, ,were I known in Kissimmee, being prominent the phonograph. Among those present street A. R. Dennis and T. F. Red- ,
The bear is bulgy; were Mr. and Mrs. Houck, Mrs. wood homes Sunday afternoon:
matter of government is no new guests at the Deer Park hotel Sun- in Odd Fellow circles, is alsoa
thing, and the German Kaiser makes The bulge is Benjy." member of the Kissimmee.and Home Agnes Burman, Mr. and Mrs. f. E.I Travel to this station has increased

no stronger claim, for it than rulers Belgium and a part of France area day.The many friends of Mrs. Mottes Guards. Mr. and Mrs. Frace left Im- Keene Mr. and Mrs. Will Schuck, Mr'j considerably since the opening of the

+ did thousands of years ago. The doctrine big bulge on the west and Russia regret to learn, of the illness of her mediately after the .by auto. and Mrs. Alton Bronson,
is hoary with age, for we find forms a tremenduous bulge on the baby. for Orlando to spend ceremony a few days. Lester Flint, Misses Adelle Vere, I Ed. Ivey was a business visitor te..

t Nebuchadnez&er of Babylon adoredin east side. Each weaker nation represents .Mrs. W. S. Knight and little daughter anad Venette Burnam, Bernice Keene Orlando Monday. ,
bulge somewhere the Among those present were, Itev. and Ruby Oliver Louise and Leona
a
the following manner: "Thou, oh on great Rachel were pleasant visitors of I
i sing, art king of kings unto whom Ger-man bear, and' his appetite is not Mr. and Mm, H. G.'Secor, Tuesday.Mr. Coleman Miss Hattie Christmas: Bronson; Messrs. Ira Keene, Paul Mios Dollie Tyson returned to her
he God of her.ven has given the yet sated. E. P. Eagerton a maid of honor; Mrs. M. E. Maddux, Burnam and Herman Keene, Edgar home at Rosalie Monday after an
was very
h kingdom, the power, and the strengthand If the Imperial German army was pleasant visitor of the Union Cypress Mrs. Henry Keene, Mr. and Mr-t. W. Bronsqn, Ivan and Gordon Maddux. I aver Sunday visit at the \home of L; l

the glory: ; ,and wheresoever the rushing to the defense of the weaker log camp Sunday p. m. R. Kelly, Mrs. ,W. H. Bronson und The pary all report a very pleasantevening. P. Tyson. ;

children: of1men dwell the beasts of nations and lifting them up to' a Mrs. R. E. Rowe visited her motherat Mrs. Agnes Burnam; Misses Addle I Owing to the heavy rain of Sun-

'the field and the birds of the air higher plane of living and govern- Melbourn last week. Burnam,, Llllie Nona and Maid Among the recent visitors at the day afternoon no preaching services,

;bath "he given unto thy hand and ment, the claim that they were rul- Mr. R. H. Elarbee has in charge Bronson, Annie Chrismas, Essie Rig- home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bron- I were held at the church.

liath made thee the ruler over them ing by "divine right" might be toler- the Elarbee & Kempfer TurpentineCo. ney, Ruby Oliver, Bessie and Myrtle son were Miss Nellie Thomas from Mrs. J. A. Barclay visited last

all." ated, even though it was not believed. ., during his fathers absence. Bronson, Florence Maddux; Means: Mulberry and Mr. Leroy Bronson Thursday at the home of Mrs.' A. R.
when Theron Keen, Ivop Gordon! Randall: and Mr. Dennis.
But we see treaties broken
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Mrs. R. E. Rowe visited ,
In the of human affairs, Mrs. II. K. Godfrey.w.ss
progress Maddux, Morgan Bronson Paul Bur E. L. D. Overstreet was
prisoners crucified, Red Cross relief Smith Monday an. Orlando
the above conception of p. m.
governmenthas nam, Leonard Bronson Lee and Gao. visitor
stations bombed, hospital ships SHlNGLECnEEKWritten Friday last.
become obnoxious to a large portion Mr. Singleton, manager of the Un-
sunk without warning, innocent noncombatants ion Bronson.Mr. Grady Cromartie and Alfred Ivey
of the human race. They no I Cypress company's log camp,
longer take kindly to autocracy and bayonated and the great : made a business trip to Tampa this and Mrs. Frace will make their ( for last week) left Monday to volunteer in some i
hacking its the' future home in Kissimmee. They branch of Uncle Sam's service. When
the king business... The preoent war is army way across week. I. P. Tyson and family spent the '
being waged to decide the kind of government frontiers of other countries for no Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Smith and .have the best wishes of their many Fourth at 'the home of Mr. Tyson's last seen by the writer; they were undecided

the world shall have. The other reason than the expansion of children visited Mrs. J. J. DeFrehn ,friends. parents at Rosalie. Miss Susie remained between Tampa end the Na
"" their own power the claim becomes Sunday Mr. Duck Baird was on the sick for a more extended visit, returning vy and Gainesville with: its offeringof i
"w great German war machine is rolling: p. m.
Via j over the/ weaker nations proclaiming (ridiculous and altogether unthinka Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kempfer visit- I list the past few days. the fore part of this week, preparation for other service.: IF

';,::, that "might makes right;" while the ble.The ed Mrs. H. H. Elarbee last Thursday Our section of the county was visited accompanied by Miss Dollie Tyson The children of Mr.. M. M. Miller

Union Jack the Tricolor and our own die has been cast, the issue Mrs. H. G. Secor visited Mrs. W. by a heavy 'rain storm 'on Mon- E. L. D. Overstreet has been 1 Iid of ,Kissimmee, spent Sunday at: the. .

," Old'' Glory are waving over the Intrepid has been met The name Germany is S. Knight last '''Monday.: day. The farmer are all rejoicingand up for the past two weeks from Injuries home of their uncle and runt, G. G. ", ,
symbol of ''il all the world the rice and cotton Bronson and wife.
\ boats proclaiming the American a e over Mr. Gordon Bass has resigned ibis crops seem received while cranking his
Ideal "All government derives and is hated even by its own allies. position here and is at home in Kis- to be doing fine.' Ford. lie'mnde a trip to Orlando on Mrs. C. II. Bronson returned' home

,- J), I its just from the consent of The wall of steel is slowly closing in, simmee with his parents. The many friends, of Mr. J. E. Saturday last to consult a specialist. Saturday lifter a visit of several days ;
r i the governed.powers and the time is not far distant when Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Kempfer and Madux are glad to know ihe has again Mrs. Arthur Alderman and little at the home of her daughter, in Kis

William II. will be mediating on his children WeT out tho returned to his home, end he is receiving eon, returned to their home at Boggy simmee.
, When the German, army invaded "divine right" and a few other thingson among pros- hearty hand shakes from his Creek 'after an extended visit at the Word ,has been received of the sudden
Belgiam,in defiance of a solmn treah 'lonesome St. Helena.In perous potato growers Sunday p. m. old friends. death of Mrs.
some John
We are glad to little Katie home of Mrs. Ald rman's parents, Thomas, at
h ,, ty: involving the honor of their na- the meantime us be patient; Smith 'is groatly improved say from her Miss' Ruby Oliver has been spend- Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Cromartie. her home in Alabama. Mr. and Mr.

4, tion, the Chancellor, addressing, his for while the Central Powers, are illness of last week. I ing a.few days with friends in Or- I The families of P. G. Cromarie, Thomas lived for several years in
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-olleague said:What we are about fighting under the discredited motto _.. ange Center. i Arthur Alderman and I. P. Tyson, thlsscommunnity:: leaving about two
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to do, gentlemen is wrong, but it l I. "Rex Del Gratia" the guns of America HOGS I Mr. Steve Bronson made a' trip to visited Sunday at tea home of Wm. years ago for Alabama. If was their:

+r "neC811a1'7.";,In 'other words they conr and ,her allies are thunderingthe beats burying them. Steve Kissimmee on Monday. I Rewis, near Davenport making the intention to return to their home at

"Jessed' that 'they'were subverting drum-fire, "Vox populi vox Del;" Mt Pleasant Iowa, writes, Hoover"Com- Messrs. Walter and Raymond La- trip in Mr. Tyson' car. this point'next winter.

4 'Right to Might. In doing'this they and we are assured that government menced feeding my herd of about 100 nier and Tim Lamb were guests of .H. W. Johnson( is'erecting an ad- I. P. Tj-cn" and :family vl.it-3d, rod::
violated the conscience of the world. of the people by the'people, fore hogs B. A. Thomas' Hog Powder over Mr. and, Mrs. '''Wash Bronson on Sun dition, to his residence. latives at East Lake Sunday.

N ''Dr. Newell Dwight Hillif, pastor of e people,. shall not perish from the off two feed.month ago. Fifty were tick and day.On Several families from this section, .,
Nearby herds had cholera. "' '
'tIM' Plymouth Church; Brooklyn say ears"w. ? I did not'lose one-they are well and Thursday evening quite a number accompanied by a number of friends PHe* Cured la 6 to 14 Day* ,

of' this:, ,"In the' presence', 'of ;the I I i .S. .. growing fast"-Water &; Carson of friends and neighbor of Mr. from Kiss-immoe, enjoyed a picnic Dnwbota refund h.aea., If PAd..._ ODn'IIEIn'fa&.
F ,pvholl world we )bare teen German Save for the' country's sake. Grocery Co.' ,and Mrs. Houclc gathered ..t' their and nth fry on the shady banks of 1-: i1teb6a d B-.s.Silty .. sermtir'odPiw
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1 .,..am. ,Sincere!. Stop .Calomel! ** ''I NEWS' Rer.AND W. B. FOMMENTJI



... 1. Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone The enthusiasm of the Woman's request of a committee of the General / aII

'\. Home Guard is very pleasing1. Assembly of that denomination.It .

LIsten It may be that buying War Saving's is to request the people to pray one
to mel {!Calomel sickens and losoHay's
you may q 1 Stamps is the only definite way minute at that period. for victory. anda
: iwork. If bilious, constipated .on you con help win the war. Then buy Just peace. {

headachy read my guarantee liberally. The self-sacrificing of /so many of
s Every time you buy 'a War Saving ' our people In'behalf of the 'cause of j ,

I I Stamp you push back the Kaiser.If the Allies, brings immeasurable cheerin II

Every druggist in tcnro: -ypurnrurjrist costs but a few cents, and if it fails you do not wish to be visited by these strenuous times. It 'reminds =

/ nnd everybody's drwjirjriet to rive easy relief in every case of the Beast of Berlin, nor ruled over one of the poetic statement that "the
bas noticed ft prent'fallinjr-off;! / in the liver e1 lnjejzinhneSB/: and constipation. by him; buy War Savings Stamps, night, brings out the stars."
nalo of calomel. The nil give;! the you have only to ask for your money and do it now. If you are r.n American citizen! i

name reason. Dodson's Liver Tone back.Dodson's One. might as well get Into the war get in the game nnd Jielp win the
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.. is taking its place. Liver Tone is ]
: a pleasant- ,
'heerruUor he has to in This is time and
fame ( : go war. no to stand by
Calomel is dangerous/: and people tasting, purely' vegetable remedy,
know it or be pushed in.: This war is to be parley. Every, moment Is fraught
while
Doc1lon'! Liver Tone harmless to both children and ndults.
I is perfectly safe and pivcR'better results Take n spoonful at night and wake fought and won with, Aiperica as the with large opportunities to serve the

," Rail A prominent ]local] drugrjfist. /:- up feeling:' fine; no biliousness sick deciding: factor.-. Birmingham Ledg; cause' of righteousness. If you are

Dodson's Liver Tone .is' personally headache, acid stomach or ronsti-i er. not an American: 'citizen pack.up and .
] guaranteed bv" every druggist Patel bowels. It d(,){>8n'gripe/: all Pledges to the seconds Red Cross get out of the way. ,.

wh6 sells it. A ]large;! bottle the next day like violent calomel.] War Fund are being 'paid right( i Commendation expressed on our

---- along, and most cheerfuly. Everybody plea to the' food administrator to

realizes that this'represents ono protect the loyal citizens'agamt"the!!
tGet: Your Job Printing From the Valley, Gazette of the moat benevolent! institutions 'evader 'of food regulations, shows

we"have... that Kissimmee has a sound sentiment _

'The bell.of the Presbyterian churchis on this subject Compliance is 1 9 1 1 Ip I V I I Iii I I I I I I I' i I

rung dash noon in 'response to a.the rule but it ought to be unanimous.



State Bank OKEECHOBEE NOTES THE VANISHING- GUARD.
Tires nat Stand
h; --:.-..' Ten County Guardsmen Up
t (From Ok echobeo .Call.) Step briskly into line .
Thousands of bushels of potatoes Hookworm got eighty-one- The .average car Is called upon this year {

I of Kissirrimee' 'M on the .Everglade lands will not' be Then there were nine to do more work and harder work than ever" ''I,

. dug for the reason that prices are before.
.... Nine "vaJian guardsmen
The of the worldare too low. Loads are bigger. 'Trips more frequent,.
r J. S. Straiten, who is conducting Swinging like a gate .
eyes farming operations just east of the Awkard squad took one More constant service is demanded.' Time ,' J.

the lake, Then there were, eight: must be saved. .
city near Chnncey Bay on
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the who was a business:: visitor to Okeechobee 1 Now:if ever, the car owner must select tire t
on man Eight faithful
guardsmen
during the past week. I equipment wisely to get the greatest use of
Played "seven eleven,,
Capt. James K. Prevatt, who has I come Wscar.
been running the steamer Lillie, left One staked!; hia'uniform .

Saturday for his home at Ft..Denaud, Then there 'were seven. United States Tires are built up to the job. r 'i:

I dn the Calooshntchee river. Capt. They have reserve strength and endurance. '
Seven worthy guardsmenTrying : .
SAVES via Kissimmee wherehe i
Prevatt went
have stuff and
They the *workmanship in
visit relatives' for of "i' rrmy tricks '
will day
a .
, frr two. Coast Guard lured one them to stand up long after they have paid ''j
for themselves in faithful service.
Then there were six.
I Miss Thelma Alderman, Miss '
I /Bras- Miss Lucy Lupfer of Kissim- t Whether your carts heavy or light passenger !

mee, chaperoned by MrsE .M Me- Six "steady guardsmenAll car or truck, there is a type of United ,

.. ( I serve, left Monday in J. L. Smith's that survive, States Tire scientifically made to ,fit your' ,
f PAUSE for a moment, young man launch to visit Mr. Robert Alder One went to Gainesville needs, 1
man's truck farm at the lower end of Then there were five. ':
i a thought to self. The -to give you greater freedom from tire ;;
I Lake Oke, jlo\ee. The, gentlemen in '. 'i{
problems that confront the party were, Messrs. H. E. Dimick, Five weary guarJsmenHike delays.to, :
now or
you J. L.. Smith 'and city marshal Wm: till feet are sore, give extreme mileage at minimum cost. ;

will a ,few years Ijence. Collins. One falls to watch his step Consult the United States Sales and Service (

Capt. B. F. Hall the well known Then there were four. Depot. You will find sound advice and t.

Look about you-the men of affairs in country, state nation steamboat man, was in the city Sat' i ''cheerful assistance. It is .there for '
gee, ia the world are the men who started to save early in life. urday. Capt. Hall reports that he" Four suffering guardsmen convenience your W;

Las his steamer through the Lauder- Wishing they were free : ,

T1a ". Lave the respect and confidence of the community.: I dcle canal into the lake and with, 'a Shipyard called one .aawlea.f 'r1.5aI 'CWa' roe 'iw5ar

little work will bo in deep Then there were three. 1
Them look on tlie other side-.at the fellows who spend all they more soon tif
He to have his steamer -
r make-they may have a food time for a while but what does their ,water.safely anchored expects at' the dock here Three lonely guardsmen ;

personality: reflect,? ,by the latter part .of this week. Trying to.be true, United Statesfires r

John Baisden, the well known One just stayed away .
A dollar or to deposited ia this bank will b. tile Then there two.
.nucleus of aa honorable, independent career. painter and deceratcr, has returnedto were bra Goocj hasW&Apow '

Make your beginning BOW-today. Your bask the city after _a few duys' visit If
Two determined
I book will the with his family] at Kenansville. Mr. guardsmen ....- >
pave way. )
in the .
Baisden spoke to a Can representative . Drilling sun

Capital stock ___1-:_____.;_;.___ __..' J h. .-i.t,1100,000.00 in the painters language, saying, Prespiration drowns,,,half, ,," ) 'J'
; United States Tires Good Tires. That's why
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( Resources. ,>OTer_.,,___ ___'__.-__,:::_ _,:_:,_ "", (600000.00 "that he had to do" several' housesIn Then ,there, was ,,one.ii.4i: ; II't ,\ are 'we,
: I' ,, ' }. / ",. i ., ..;.. : ; " Okeechobe'i .! .I i' t"'''," ',1.'t'H.\'f'f':."trp.\{ : fWl'J'd',, !' " sell them.
H showing that'JOkee- : ,
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\, yl.\:, "" >" "r "Mr.l\!: \ ) OJfacen.ud .Director:{n'vt)Wi VR'ij\\ A ,I" chobee citizens' believe 0: :In **keeping ,' .One. solitary} guardsmanTraining' g", ;(,:" ; '. : '*43\! k"
for the "Hun '
PRATHERA
C. A. CARSON. President M. KATZ and E. L.. LESLEY, V-P. their premine: well painted. LUPFER & ,
Select draft' draws him
Johnson, Jr. arrived ,
Capt. Clay ,
ROMA THOMAS. Cashier Then there MACH BROS
was none.
r in Okeechobee on the Steamer Lillie-
w. .. 5.
N. C. BRYAN N. B. CARSON M. KATZ. last Friday evening. The captain KEEP HOGS THRIFTY .
C. A. CARSON H. FLEMING, E. L. LESLEY. while down ..tJ.* 'Palm Beach canal, "
J. WADE TUCKER. ..Directors.C become I
t made a motor trip to Miami, carrying liege may unthrifty or die

his daughter, Mrs. E. P. Dann because of neglect, diseases, lice and FOR QUICK SALE OR TRADE

and children, to their home, this be-. worms. The general use of the anti- ,
ing Mrs. Dann's first trip throughthe dok-cholera has changed the .
A, CARSON. President. N. C. BRYAN. Secretary Evprtflf.de witarways. She en- attitude of serum farmers who 'hesitated Five Passenger BUICK TOURING CAR Model C.--37; first class

joyed the trip very much, ind will to buy good hogs because' of loss condition, Tires.new, will sell at a bargain for cash or will trade for i

The Waters & Carson have "boat expericncc" to relate to : from cholera By using 'vats and second hand Ford. Not particular at to 'condition of Ford, at I
her husband. wallows! hogs are kept free of lice.
'
-V W..II. V' Medicines and a change of pasture want to ale same for Truck. If yon mean batmen, address

jg me Shoulder. keep them free of worms.A .

Grocery CompanyWholesale rheumatism This ailment-of the usually muscles.! caused All .that by; still more important consideration Box No. 178, St. Cloud, Fla.

is needed is. absolute rest and a few is the necessity of keeping hogs, 28-41

I applications of Chamberlain's Lini confined t'o 'pastures. Hogs that are 6Chamberlain'
ment. Try it. allowed free cannot avoid com- N
and Retail Dealers in w. !s.! n.! range ,
in with sick animals
contact or
., I RALLY TO THE COLORSThis ing Tablets. FLIES NEVER: BOTHER
grazing over pastures that are badly I
rally to the colors does not These tablets are intended especially In the summer flies worry an ani "
GROCER mean a to arms, but a rally to infested with: worms. A business' as
rally for stomach troubles, biliousness mal. Get a bottle of Farris' Healing ;
abate suffering and death by the pre- important as hog raising;' requires and constipation. If you hove Remedy-costs but 60c-makes a
vention of communicable diseases. careful management and handled any troubles of this cort, give them a pint worth $2.00. Apply it to the
Frequently.there II 'a rallying -to,the properly can te made profitable under trial and realize for yourself what a wound. Flies will not bother it. You

0000000 .. . 0 ,. 000000000 0a . . colors Tn the front because yard and of the a call)ro- a greater variety of conditions first class medicine will do for you. may need it tomorrow. We sell Itv-
for jVhyaician
0 They only cost a quarter. Waters & Carson Grocery Co.
a sanitary c conditions the back yard. than most other general farming un
WE SELL: WE BUY back of home and ,.
The
yards many dertakings. M. M. JARVENS, ,
HAY business places are good breeding County Agent.
places for flies. W.S. ..-
HIDES -
O GRAIN 0O then Cleanup the front the'yard.back yard Clean first backyards and +OOOOOO O .tt oot OOoooI The only way to be safe
FURS 0 will] teach more sanitation thana
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FERTILIZERS ., ,
the
' 1 magazine or newspaper.If cattle knows < that the be safe ia
? WOOL I of village home is blessed > The tick no proverb says only way to, never
." owner a THE
+ SHINGLES with rear land sufficient for a gar- secure., But that proverb was made before the
+ AND It's life is one long gluttonous -
den-he is indeed blessed and for Two Hartford began to offer their insurance
y ORANGE BOXES + II him will have to caution about 'gorge of cattle .blood. complete
no one
ALL r It It sucks blood-blood-blood protection. ,
e ORANGE WRAPS, taking more physical exerdise. seditious -
: in one continuous,
e tains "more life, liberty and pursuit
VEGETABLE CRATES I of happiness" than the declaration of week to week.. against one source of loss, but there are many others which
PRODUCE 0 Blood that ought to be making 4>
e CRATE AILS r independence and the boy or girl who meat and fat- might cause you asmuch; loss as,a fire. The \
into the relation of
comes operator
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from the
Blood manufactured
,, . 00 00000 . 0 . 0 0 . . . . * . . colors.therein" has heard the "call to the > South's .richest pasturage and INSURANCE Service

We sell field and garden seeds of all kind Again it may be truly said that an <*f feed-Wasted-in feeding ticks instead *0 OF THE -
insanitary back yard creates an environment
Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parti*. that is dangerous to health. of furnishing meat that <
'+ Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. i Some take pride in a beautiful clean Will put the punch beyond the HARTFORDaffords 0 ,

We are county agent for food fertilizer Ask n* for circular and neon front :yard and at the same time havean bayonet-the man power behind ** r /
ugly, unclean back yard.' The the charge over the top! ion against .
protect
fertilizer (U. S. Food Administration License No. G-22092) every
DIP THAT TICK!
back yard in such case has the advantage -
U.S. Department of A cu1turO'OOO.OoOOOOOOOOOO possible contingency. We t
----------V- -- --:--- ----- ,- for the weeds of insanitation .
For Indigestion, Constipation or prow more profusely and rapidly. than OOOOOO would like an opportunity to .
BtllouroeM 17LAN! 1ff the flowers of sanitation. -w. .. BV explain .it to you. i
Just one SO-cent: bottle of LAX-FOS The Florida State Board of Health A war saver Is a life 'saver.It ,
try L PILlS desires to make an appeal to all the -,-
WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive IY$8
to take. Made andncom..ted s.a.e.s colon Iof this state to rally to the OidntM Tart DOM Not Affect till.Hsatf D.. G. WAGNER -
f Laxative pleasant i w w w tr" s.s'r sanitation.i ... Pr
to the public by Pans Medicine =' .. Bee of It tonic and luatlv effect.LAXA. 11I.lII'aDc..Bollda :
= w. s.-- bctutthu ordiury
.ar viva BB.OMO QUIHINB
Co;manufacturers of Laxative Bromo 1 1ir..at rcitla1woO.nil- w.,,nsme j.a. A want ad. in the Valley Gazette QuIDID.s.rin541.head.....Rememberth.1.11n&mea not c..... __.-.mot nd Citizens Bank Bldg. uimaaee ' I ,

'f V Quinine and Grove's Tasteless chill. Tonic.II '.. will rent four spare rooms. look for the waaMiir e< K. W. CaOVB. JIIG. ...... tai'N

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,TOUR "" 't[ 'THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY'GAZETTE..; FRIDAY. JULY' 19,, 1918R1SSIMMEE



VALLEY GAZETTE PROCEEDINGS OF Classified Advertisements I .. '), .

. St. Let. Me ? '
Cloud DepartmentNEWS
....I..... B.err Frisky., WANTED-Sewing, any kind. Prices ;
Sy KIssdsasM* Valley Gas t .._. THE CITY COUNCIL reasonable and satisfaction g-uaran-
teed. Mrs J M. Rouae' 810 Stunner Examine
Kls..._ Flerlta Street t 0iltWILJL '.*, "

W. .. Harris, ............ Kissimmee- Fla., July 2 AND NOTES OP THE; "WONDER CITY" TRADE! or exchange city property .

IB o. v... Aa.ew, /.eretarr' The council met in regular session. BY OUR" REGULAR CORRESPONDENT of for kind.country B. C.property Miller. or stock t8-tf Your Eyes 1

1 ........... ,. "' . No.: 11siis :There' being present, F. II. Lawson any
FOR BALE!-One heavy work horae, '
.... >tl.si Rate W W. Carson Roma Thomas B. E G. H. Clark who is employed:; in terward and was buried in harness. and wagon CHEAP. STOUT I have the scientific instrumentsfor

.............,. G MTaylor LewisO'Bryan LUMBER COMPANY. 27-U
, On Copy, One Year. !! 00 Haley, determining and.t e GLASSESfor
the Cloud I
0... Copy Biz Months_:......... 1.00pne Palatka, spent week-end with his St. cemetery. And ; I
and J. R. Gilbeit
Copy. Three Month....-.... :. .71 city attorney.; wife hare see by a subsequent issue FARMERSr copy of Send the today Florida for Farmer a free sample and- correcting any and all defectsof

Clerk. the Mrs. Hen Stockman, published at Jacksonville. I vision NO MATTER the na ,
of Tribune that ,
t All communication except from our The minutes of the last meetingwere W. T. Angel) left last Friday to Tells about livestock ralalna- dairyIng -
? _thorla.d correspondent must !>. spend a few weeks at Chicago. 111. drix has gone 'ito, spend 'the summer poultry, citrus. fruit and trucking ture' of your case. If your
' Isrned by the writer. It i and reports of _
read aproved
600 1.
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twice month at per year '
do not fit perfectly
Rejected matter will not b. returned with friends in Michigan. Mrs. Mars three for tl.uO. Only livestockand GLASSES you
Mrs Julia Bass and of yean
officers examined and approved j daughter I
a.l... called for.h were kie'ls in Whitewater Wis.,,, at her old general farming paper in the call on me:
bills were approved and ordered paidas Kissimmee, were*St. Cloud callers on atate. Write today. '
(Entered In the Postofflee at KI..lm. home. I had a letter from her and< I I fit any' eye that responds to
Florida a. eecon -cl... matter.) follows: Monday,
aaa* FOR RENT,Furnished or .
J. 8 Cede sal' as mayor.--__ $ ,,SO.00 Dr and Mrs. L, C. Riddle and she says she will retun to St. Cloudin apartments for Hunt houaek..eplnlr.I I light. .
i (I. W, Overstreet sal marshal m.oo baby the Autumn and. I, presume that In modern convenient house, close In. You are invited to call for con.
C. F. Tyson sal as police08.00 who have been visiting friends in Mrs K. E. Wells' Real Estate and Insurance -
J. ,7. Roblnscin sal as treasurerT. 26.00 Mrs. Hendrix will' also return ,to her 116 Mabbette St. Phone 242 sultation and advice.
. R Olllu'rl..1lI a. ClerkLewis /... ,,100.00 Ballentine S. C.:, returned home southern home. _
O' r'an. city ally .'.... SB.00 Wednesday morning FOR 8AL.B-Elgrhly acres; It acres
0rl F. H. LawHOnmem council.: .. 6.001V. We've had lots of rain and_ field cleared and under fence: S! acres In
\\. Carson meml pound.. B 00 "-Uncle Josh Ferguson was .a business and gardens are showing up bparlna orange grove; $2.000 worth DR. ..E, S. HOFFMAN
Roma Thomas, mem. council.. BOOBOO crops of cypress timber on tractfour; .
(n.f.\ Taylor, memo council.... caller at Kissimmee oo Wednesday immense.., No better prospect for an room house and kitchen. Also 60 "
R. 13, Haley, mem. council.... fi.00 head of cattle. and a Rood bunch of Occult .t-Optician
O ._ Q T. M. Rivera, city physician... 17.60MIAl. immense yield of everything that' range hogs loose on the range
Hunk of Kissimmee. rent 4000on Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck of Kissimmee here known here before Farming tonln and Implements located *
was never
yyu Kiss Telephone COt phone. -, grows near Kenansvllle, Price t6,6UO, 28. West Church Street,
Oq a W, Overstreet cost In m.c._ :9.00.Klasy :- wad: a St. Cloud caller! on Monday.. and If the season for maturingthe half cash balance terms to ault. n. FLA. 1
Ice Co.; tfrkets-------- 1 l : H. Ouv, Kenansvllle, Fla. 25-tf ORLANDO, :
are' i
record
STATE PRESgPk ; Burroughs Adding Machine' Co 11.611 crops favorable,. a
r I J. R. Gilbert, payroll witness.1.OO Leffler from I. N. Burch yield is certain. DWRLLINQ9 for rent. Apply to M ,,
II J. M.; Wood a 1. supt st work...' 750rt( i Tiller.,
I Warren Wjiyman, atK work. .. S7BO Elmwood, 111.,'July .12, 1918. I have heard that ,yojir son, Joe,
Seavfer, sal scav'tr--.. 60(10: Mrs.i FOR SALE-Second-hand Ford earn
C a Mr. and Phipps 'St. Cloud Fla. was in Illinois but I have not seen
Floyd Yates, ,sol A. soav'BT-... 5000 at attractive prices. Osceola Motor Waterbury Sanitary
k FRIDAY. JULY 19, 1918 I' J. It. 'Ollbert frt andteleorra.m 1470 Dear Friends: ,1 him yet. Perhaps I I will lateon.,. 1 I Co., 807 nroadwsy
Knight & Wall, spring pumps 1900 Your kind and welcome letter
very also expect' to return to Florida in
80.00
Mose Crowder, sal 1' sexton. BAILEY'S AUTO SERVICE Klaalmmee Indoor Closet
JOHN M. LEE Klssv Concert Hand donation., 60 OO of, the 7th came to hand yesterday; October I occasionally .see'your .relatives to St. Cloud, '10 a. ", ..1 p. m. and 7:80p. :
W. C. BrfnaTTefundJ. 7.110 m. St. Cloud to Klsslmmee 8 a. m.:
This entire section of Florida was R., (Gilbert bal pay roll..... 178.80 finding me in fairly good health and here and I believe they are all 12 m. and .6-SO p. .... Central Drug; Safe Sanitary Odorless. Economical
saddened last Tuesday when the announcement worfe...._..__ 4.fiO : Phone l\I.ltlne'a
: J. J. Dann shop feeling more resigned to my great in good health. It have received let. Store Klaslmmee 41:
mule leed.__ 5405 No Septic,Tank Required
W. A C. Qro. Co. Drug Store, St. .Cloud Phone' 511Residence
came that Jovial, big [ R 8 Floyd, mule feed-------- 1111.111 loss for it is the common lot'of all ters from 'some of our ?t.Cloud acquaintances St. Cloud phone S8 Car

hearted John M. Lee had passed ,Sam\1. n L. Maklnson.Lupfer for supplies flre deptLupfer ,_._._- 7SOO 22.25 human kind to have the same trou from 'their northern for hire. Bailey's transfer ](tf No- Screening In NoTPImnbint: Bills

ever, and there.is not a single man or & ..Prather. supplies_______ 28.10 I.22 ble. I realize all the time" what a homes, who had not heard of my loss; FOR 'BALE-Two CxW Oriental Run, Sanctioned. by th :Florida State '

Y woman of the older'residents of Kissimmee -I', Wenner-Oaiette Bawyer., pub suppliesVallev ordinance 81 on grievous thing it' is to be left alonein and you must know that the task of practically I new. Original cost, 1260, Board of Health} '
: will sell for less than half price If
but who recalled some act Am. La France Pre En Co. sup 8 00 my old age but there is no use repining letting them know fyid one for taken at once. Myda Wympy. St
Jerry Dunn, Janitor..______.._ 1,00 was a H. EDMUND SWAB tV
't of kindness or some cheering word j J. R. (Gilbert stamps, office___ 1 60 I must simply take up the me and sudden bereavement, and I Cloud UlO-tf" .

1 of advice with which he had lighten J.Max W. Sllae Thompson, labor_coffin______for____pau__. HOflBOO battle of life more or less, that re- appreciate your kind 'letters and FOR SALE-One Emerson Typewriter Box t2S Ki..immee. Fla.
ed the burdens of life for them. Lupfer A Prather. sup st den._ 20.00 model three, visible, 30-4t .
___ 11L.66 main to hie. I have spent the most friendly remarks, and what I writeof aa good as new
Osceola Hdw Co. sup at dntOsoeola Apply Valley Uacette: U.
John Lee was a born leader of men. Hdw Co. sup-r-lty hall__ .60 of the past two months at my daughter's applies to all of my good friendsin .
all with Plate Rank Klssy ad dlslnf__ 24000 Back of the French lines 400 "pro-
and recognized by ,
was so J. It. Gilbert) pay roll st wk__ moo 'on'the farm. This week I have St. Cloud. FOR RENT-8 sleeping rooms com fortablyt ieAion have been established
posts"
whom he was intimately associated W. A. Joiner, sal supt Hunt___ 150.00V. I been doing lome'papering in the Hoping this will find all well and furnished convenient to linen.
the Y.M.C.A. where motion
R, Kills, enl light plant___ 82.50 desirable .location. Term reasonable by pictures
and his advice and counsel will be Tom Miller bal llneman-- 9025<< rooms occupied by our tenant in the with ;effectionate regards to you and ; men pretend or apartment are shown to the soldiers. These
missed in all the future undertakings Will YHte sal w A L plant_ K2.SO7B ntentently arranged and furnish division
moved the
and I will or
Y Lewls Durhan, sal I. A W plant .on Elmwood home probably all my good friends in St. Cloud I cil for light housekeeping 228 posts are as
of this community.. John Ilronson, sal \\. & L pl't 000 spend the next two weeks there as remain very sincerely your Ueaumont avenue, I'hone 179 regiment moves.The .

lie was everybody's friend and we Harold. Mack Hersbertr- labor-------------, lineman____ 14 11.25 On ,the house needs painting. I. N. BURCH. x,
him higher praise than sal W A LcolTucker __ 7600
I can give no A. B. Thomas I am going to Chicago about Au-
Hrlck Co, wood 681 no
? to say that in all his dealings ho J. H. Ollbert frelwht_________ 2.97.T. gust 1st to stay with my son a few Miss Nellie Burne entertained on
tried observe the golden rule. . W. Tlner ex. 1. pole________ 4,20 Of her
.. J M Williams, Jr, wood42.00 weeks, and I want you to send me Tuesday'evening some friendsand
00 Lupfer, A Prather, supplies I 4.70IS your daughter's city address, and I neighbors at a watermelon party,
1 That "ahead of the schedule" in Oulf Reflnlnir. Co, ;oil-.____ == .00Wm.
A. K ,Thomas, ref. voucher-___ 81\0.7M\ will hunt her up and make them a the melon being one that 'came up !in Overland
d the war program has won the Secretary \. & Ollhert (tad:_____________ 12.84 her garden, and measured 27 inchesin Garage
____
Oromtnll' Packing Co, pkar 48 Sx call.I
his of "Home Run
sobriquet Fin Electric Sup. Co., supplies B.85Osoeola receive the' St. Cloud Tribune length and weighed 65 pounds.
1 Baker" Hdw Co., supplies____ ,49.77\
e, The matter of extending the ew- each week and notice thee. proposed Those present were, Capt. and Mrs.
that talked of and Cope Mr. and Mrs. HotTer, Mrs.
Clay improvements are .
Penfield and
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The much advertised city of Moore rage on avenue

Haven refuses to accept the resigna, street. was referred to the water and being i made also the announcement Grimes, Mrs Hanscom, and Mrs. is now under new

committee with to act. of people going north and the deathof Ward. manage-
Lion of her lady mayor. Wise; Moore light power
Haven. The Clerk was instructed to order those we have known.Comrade C. Mr. Will Barber returned on Fri . All work all

a ; 300 inspection tags for dairy cows. K. lIen.rix.Wio was seriously sick! day last from a few' days trip to ment. on, ,

Cattle ticks have been declared alien There being no further business. when I came away ,died. shortly_ af-_,Jacksonville.time makes of and marine
---- --- -- ----- ------------ cars J
enemies by.the commissioners of Os the council adjourned to meet in regular "

; ceola county, and the two, mill tax session Tuesday August 6th,. at sugar qn himself. of the purchase form of whichis 'f

they ,voted for tick eradication will ,7:30 p. m. Again it is said that many people to be furnished' by the merchant, work done promptly. Eddie

1D ui-e:,their annihilation.Bob J: 'R. GILBERT F. H. LAWSON were not buying three pounds< ,,per and provided further that no single

'Clerk. President., capita and that now since they, have purchase in. excess of, two pounds Lancaster is in charge of 4

Holly's ,18-year-old son has w. .. a. earned that the government allows shall be made to any purchaser of

.. r enlisted in the tank corps. Hob, as HON. J. M.. LEE ANSWERS them to have three pounds they will family, unless such person or family the repair department. ,

old and bald as' he is, Would} surely LAST CM.L OF HIS MAKER : go to the limit and more sugar will reside' in a remote rural district, ? .

like to" be with Mm.-Manatee. .Ban be sold in Kissimmee than was sold when it shall not exceed five pounds.

ner., (Continued from Page One) II before. MILTON PLEDGER,, '

s+ Huh I We had an idea Uiat Bob ''enlisted garet Lee of Kissimmee and one' This is all ,right. If there 'were Food Administrator Osceola. County. P. H. TYNER !Mgr.

In-the'tank.corps' long,ago. ; son, (John .Jr., of, Kissimmee.', 1 those who were bearing more than W... ._ I ,

: Out-of-town relatives attending fair "share of 'the sacrifices, neces* \ ,
The fact that the Arcadia Enterprise the'funeral"' were Mr and Mrs. M., G. I a ;" < ; KISSIMMEE PARK _

., edited fov Andv Carter. sue.fiesta '- Waring (iof Lakeland Mr., and Mrs. sary j f!ort, ;,the i prosecution' 1i .i 1 of:the...war, ,, : '
let the"greedy' be nlade'to bear
Mrs. Lewis who has been
Representative N. C. Bryan, o1Kissimmee f Zeb Parker, of Arcadia Mr. and Mrs; spending
their share' and let these patriotic few months with her two here
,,or ,Representative & D. a sons
Walter -Coble and Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Harris',of St. Petersburg, for Speaker Starbird of Orlando Mr. and Mrs. people have, their proper share of has moved to St. Cloud. I

of the house in the comming session Ed Hogan, of Loughman,' and Mr. food. Rev N. C. Engie was in Apopkalast While the U. S. Boys are Smashingthe
understood all the
f of Florida's Legislature, is a It has been week attending to, ministerial
and Mrs. G. C. Outlaw, of St. Cloud
while that there is enough sugar to duties there. GermansWe
high compliment to these"legislatorsThe Mr. Lee's influence has been felt ,

Enterprise is distinctively a this and supply necessary demands if greedy, The Baptict Sunday School of Kis prices the
POOpIe' outside. community among are smashing to help win war. Buy of us and save
people can be prevented from using simmee Park well attended last
newspaper and swats the enemies his warm friends from other cities was your surplus and buy W., S. S. and hely lick the Boche.

or public welfare right and left. who came here forthis, last service more thaiNis necessary. Sunday and under the leadership of .

i Brer Carter is very well informedon were,. Col. Tom Wilson, 'Miss Lee The reference to inconvenience in Mr. Don Barber; we look for much FOR SATURDAY Alaga Syrup, gal. .:._.___. 1.15

who's who in Florida politics. Wilson Mrs. F. L. Mech and Mrs. these times is not good patriotism. good being done in the Sunday School Black Eye Peas, 13c '2 for. .25 Alaga Syrup %-gal. ______ ,63 vLima
Patriotic people should raise but one work here. Alaga 'Syrup No. 2 .22
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Beans 18c 2 Ibs for__ .35
Hooker of Bartow; Mrs. Rhoda Parker :
for the AJaga Syrup No. 1 _____ ,17
"Is it _
4- question, necessary Mr. and Mrs. Don Barber recently "
and Miss Ves Parker of Arcadia; U'so. Prunes 2 Ibs for -------H"- .25 Crisco large can ._:..__.. 1.85
IF AREA BOOSTERYou of the war" ?
YOU E. J. Foxworthy of' Fort Myers better prosecution married will make their home in Evaporated Peaches ____. __ .15 Crisco, medium _____..-..... .90
are a paid-up subscriber to then\ here goes no matter how inconvenient Kissimmee Park.
Mayor and Mrs James Giles, Mr. and Cheese T--------------: Crisco alnrlI-------------- .50 I

the town and county newspaper not Mrs: Leroy Giles, Mrs. T. J. Fuller, it may. be.-W. B. With --mow.. 9. B.-.i-.- Sweet Feed 100 lbs ______ 3.30 .. j

'only for the nefrs they contain but Mrs.\ Robinson Col.! and erspoon. Don't give your dollars grudginglyto Calumet Baking Powder lOc Oats 100 Ibs. _._____._,... 3.50 ." '

because they are the general medium Randolph W, 9. M. the cause of the world wide liberty 13c and _______....... .24 Corn 100 Ibs. ____________. 3.90 \ 1

for the expression of community Mrs. Watson Charles McQuaig, COUNTY FOOD ADMINISTRATOR when some .have given their' boys. U-Ueeda Biscuit pkg. _::_.__ .08 Velvet Bean Meal ---__.___ 2.30 1
S. S. Griffin Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Sligh, Alfalfa Meal .__.... 2.55
ideas and the editors boosters after EXPLAINS NEW ORDER. Graham Crackers, large, ... ,15 ------- :
7 are Mr, and Mrs. James Bass, all of Orlando Best. Creamery Butter Ib _, .55
We assured that the sit
Graham Crackers small .. .10
your own heart.If are sugar Minced Ham 'b. __ _.;__:.__ .28 I
Mrs. A. C. Starbird and Mes -
l you are in business you 'are a ; FLOUR uation is the best it has been since Crisco, small -.-.---------- .50 Potted Ham, Libby's __.... .06 I i
and Lionel of
liberal Advertiser, not merely for the srs. Harry Starbird more than six pounds per person per the beginning of the war. The pre- U. S. Smoking, pkg. __...... .06 Vienna Sa"sage, Libbv's can .11 f

Mike of the business it Apopka.The month; Provided that any customer cautions being taken now are to Insure Prince Albert, pkg. __n____ .14 Corn Beef Hash, can, 13c 2,25 ,7
brings you business houses of the cityIosed' month's the of this George Washington pkg. __ .06 Beef, Pork and Veal Loaf, c.n .15
purchase a against hoarding necessity '
4 but because you realize these news during the hour for the services may Stag pkg. __________u____ .05 Household Ammonia bot.___ .10 ''i

; paper men' are 'constantly doing a in deference to the who supply at one time; Provided by unpatriotic citizft8.n..perf Velvet pkg. _....______..____ .11 Blueing bottle __.______._.. .05 ,

lot of good things for ,the town for man further that no purchaser unlesshe Camel Cigarettes, pkg.______ .14 Potash, large can _-________ .10 ',"
which had.had. so strong a hand in shapingthe lives in remote rural districts of the r<..dm... or Renos pkg. ?__.._______._ .06 Cal. Peaches, heavy syrup ._ .25
wouldn't let
; they you compensate" destines of the city and flage shall be permitted to purchaseat TilE PIHftT KENANIIVILLID STATE IIA.NK Of All othero, pkg. _____.....___ .05 Cal. Peaches small _______. .14
{ them in any other way,-Thorn. from the public building were flown At Kn...Tlllc. Florid.. .t the clone Pillsbury Flour, 24 lbs. (with Tomatoes No. 1 can lOc 3 to"i .25 -.

x In Palm Bea. h' Post. at half mast. one time a greater quantity than of haRI.... Jumc 29, JBIK. substitute) _____....... 1.60 Tomato Pulp. lOc, 3 for ,__u .25 i

24 pounds; provided further that Loans on RESOURCES real estate--------DOLLARS$ 42500 Barley Flour, per Ib. ...... .08 Best Early June Pets! can -. .14 '

EVERY EDITOR KNOWS HIM. CARD substitutes, pound for pound shall be Loan on collateral security Fancy Head Rice per Jb...__ .11 Best Pork and Bean, can... .15 'I

g, The man who expect to see in the OF THANKSWe purchased by the customer at the other than 'real estate____ 8.884.24 Water Ground lb. _.___---- .06 Small cans _______..;_...._. .09 ;I
All other loana and discount (01910
wish ( Rumford Powder Ib._ .25
to extend and Baking
our deep Maxwell
House Coffee .. .32
his cen
papers ideal time. Banking house furniture and
lambasting of the same "
t lasting appreciation to our friends for, IIxlur..,. _ _ 4.884.30 Best Salt Bacon lb. >._-____ .30 White House Coffee, can _._. .35 ;"
feljow) or thing that; does not come up us'\ SUGAR Poe frdn Incorporated banks 1748.79 Good White Bacon Ib________ .25 Senate, best there is _____ .35 ;
to his the whowants I their sympathy shown to by so Everpbody is urged to use as little Cash on hand _--___,_. 1271.69 Breakfast Bacon Ib. __._.._ .45 fc 1 a
measure: and! man Expenses and Tares ___.._. 2,067,87 Arbuckles ._____..___.__... .24 Ii, .
of kindness the illness
his ideas put in: print throughthe 1 many acts during sugar as it is possible to use. Sliced Ham lb. ______..-._._ .40 Mince Meat, pkg. ____ .10 '..
medium of the BUT WITH and death of our husband and' Canning and Preserving. Total -_ _... 20,0&6.89 Salmon, per can ---..._____ 18 Best Evaporated Peaches ___ .15 .:
press. "
1 father 'arid for the beautiful Argo Salmon ... _______ 28 Jar Rings doz. .._
> SOMEBODY ELSE STANDING RESPONSIBLE many Those desiring to preserve or can LIABILITIES DOLLARS --- ..__.._ .04 : i
i floral tributes which were sent. Capital Stock paid In 16000.00 Bull Head Catsup, hot. 13c 2 .25 Best Red Zings, doz________ .10 rk. "4 .
is in every town. }lt'a fruits and vegetables, may obtain r JrI'"uaiieio'ii.: -_.._ 6889 Eba Milk can ____________. .05 DRUGS __ F
Mrs. J. M. and
*r all right ,with him when you do what Lee Family. any quantity not exceeding 25 pounds Check _, subject to 8,817.60 Eagle Milk, can __ -__-____ .20 1 lb. can Cocoa ___-____,-__ ,25 t ,
he wants >'or thinks; but ye gods;-: WE SHOULD BE'VlLLlING upon making application' the Fed; Cashier's-Check? outstanding-?- 26.00Inter..t Mohawks can _____..______ .15 Blue Label Vaseline bot ____ ,05
\
1 !State' and discountexchange Carnation can ._.........._ .06 Turpentine; bottle __________ .10
of the -
there hell to eral Food Administrator : ::1
Jsnt if
pay somebody TO TOE THE LINE and box rent __............. 1,64400 St. Charles call _,. .06
/ ---------- Caster '
4 certificate therefor MM M Oil tattle __________ .10
else different idea "over" in and obtaining .t
gets a Total _____. ____.___ 20,055.89 Van Camp's Milk can ------ .06 Castoria i t
" the paper. We hear a little complaint since form for application obtainable at Pet milk Baby, can ....__._ .06 bottle I ---------..- .30 a '

STATE OF FLORIDA.COUNTX Karo Nt. 10 J___ _. __ __ 1.00 Epsom Salts box: _._______
ti Running a newspaper, after all, the food adminlstraton !has closed my office, and any one obtaining sugar OP OSCEbLA.I ., .05 4

t Is like teaching school. Your patrons down on the regulation for the sale for such purpose is compelled to B. F. Roe Cashier of the above Light Karo No. 5 ._.:I_.__ .50 Camphor, bottle ......._____ .10

each think ,they know .how the school of-sugar but are not surprised.It report to said department the unm- the named above bank statement do solemnly Is true swear to the that best Sinaked Ham buts, fine lb.35: Salts, box ...___.....__.___ .05 J

i ; honld, be run; and when yon first begin is eaid to be an inconvenience her of pounds of sugar used and the of my knowledge. B.and F.belief.ROB, Cashier Argo Starce, balk 9c, I 6) Ibs. ..40All_ Other Things Accordingly:. 'I ,\

u. to teach you try: your "durndest" to salesmen and purchaser. Humph I quantity and description ''of fruits EVERYBODY INVITED TO INSPECT 4

r; !to please,all ,of them. After a few .. That is true in all enforcement(and and vegetables. preserved or canned. No Worms In a Healthy Child AND GET PRICES.' On Motto is: Cordiality; 16 os. to STORE the.. '

,c Tears yon learn they don't know a compliance to law, but it equalizes Home Use. All children troubled with worm bare an ma- .' pound .r.d 100 Cents on the Dollar. ,
healthy cole,which iMV-stTf blood,and
home ass
?. thing about it, and yon settle down the burdens, and this is one. of the Persona desiring sugar for isle,there is more or .... stomach poor cIbt1U__ OUT OF TOWN ORDERS SHIPPED SAME DAY.

jon a' cane, common sense policy andiron purposes of the law. use may purchase not to exceed three GROVE'S.TASTELESS chill TONIO given regularly\ i'
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for two three weeks will enrich the blood. Improve -
it to please 'yourself and let the It is better for ten loyal; citizens pounds per papita per month withouta the dla.ttlas.ad act as a General Strensta- CUT PRICE i CASH GROCERY
Provided the purchaser slag Tools to the wbols Nature will then
patrons bowl and yon, make a suc- to 'be inconvenienced in complying permit; syatsaa. '
threw off or dIapeItb.1M Child will be
parr=Tampa Morning Tribone.s < han. for one greedy dog to Paste.,sign S written statement, at the JRstrtsat5.e1tJ 'M.wtt.5ake. "'o per bottle.a . Phone 141. 422. Broadwart 'i'\,;


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THE KISSIMMEE. VALLEY GAZETTED:; FRIDAY. ,JULY J9., 1918 .. .nV .,
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R. D. Libby of the Union Center CARSON, CATTLE COMPANY \

I 1 INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS 11 section, ,was in town 'Monday for' a SHIP SOME FINE SHEEP k

.few hours. '

. .o..o..o.... Frank El-wes, of St. Cloud, spent L. Y.' Bryan, of Sanford, was in The Carson Cattle Company madea
' I looking shipment of a"fine bunch or sheep v.
Tuesday in town.. town a few hours Wednesday, l1
Weather his store here. this week, consigned to Jacksonville.
\ \ Report ; j Monday S. R on Chapman business visited ,Loughman. John after Padgott, a' well known resident There were some 400 In all and
made the drive from the ranches herein
.of St..Cloud, was a welcome visitor -
S. R. Chapman was a business visitor two days, arriving in fine condi-
< > Following are daily tempera. to Orlando Wednesday, ._ to Kissimmee Tuesday.Mrs. tion. C. A. Carson, ,Jr., who"*'is manager 1
tares"and precipitations as ,reported E. L.. D. Overstreet of Shingle W, A. Goodbread left 'Wed- for the in- gllllllll y"r '
company, was personal I Iillllllll ""
by Government station 'rI
to spend a few days at St. Ill"" III
nesday / IIIIII
at Kiftsimmee fo- .he week end Creek, visited the'city Minday.A. charge of the drive."Pie .

ing: Thursday, July 18: E. Drought, of St. Cloud. was a Petersburg, expecting return Sat Carson Cattle Company is I 11 tl I n..,, .. I

Mae MIn.,, Rain business visitor to ifhe city Tuesday.Mr. urday. constantly culling out the small or -

Thursday, .. 88 72 96 : and Mrs.: ,M. G.. Waring ot Mn. Will Fortenberry arrived from inferior animals from their flocks

Friday Saturday, .,''..-- '85 87 72 69 2:35 11 Lakeland, were' in the city, Tuesday. month Macon,with Ga.,'her Monday parents, ,to'Mr.spend and M?a. specimens and improving of the them Tunis by breed.buying The fine are two beds, aide by each., but differing widely in
$5.00 cash tickets HERE
register gets a
Sunday, __. 90( 69 25c Thrift Stamp at Taylor's Gro- Ira Bees.Mrs. ._ *- effect Of this is already ppearant in of service. r
F, J, VanDuzor'left yesterdayfor the increased size of the sheep and of
{ Monday, '....:. 89 68 *
One b affair loose and shaky and equipped with '
cery Missouri to spend a month with the amount of wool on each a very poor: : very poor
Tuesday __ ,93 68 grown
; I, Wednesday, , *_ 95 71 A, F, Bass sold thirty-four head of her son, Victor VanDuzor, and his animal; In fact, the company has to sprints and a mattreu---in name only; In fact the Led .U nightmare to i,
the who occupies it HU rest u broken and unsatisfactory and hi
fine cattle t Orlando parties on nan
extra the crop'ofwool
family. an sharer
hire
t'O OOO OO.oo.OOOOOOOO" Monday. now, will arise tanrefreshed and ill-prepared for the days labors, The other i i.- 1
The Central's ,Nurse Bays "For ,has increased: so perceptibly.
,
I dividual is enjoying that calm and restful slombcx.which come to those
FOR ,RENT-Furnished flat with ii W. *. ..-.i.-i
your eyes sake, use Lavoptik. It relieves who their bed here and them with
Lavoptik for your eyes Central modern improvements.. W. B. Harris! instantly.'." 50c at ..Central ,HE FILLED THE MEASUREDr .. ,buy equip (

Drug Store.,,[ j Gazette -office. 14-tf Drug Store. __, .W, J. 'Johnson who spoke last National Springs and a Red Cross,Mattress '
Sunday's' band concert will not be- Sunday morning ,at th.wPresbyterian r
-of See Fatty' Arbuckle in his latest
'.rgln, till 4:30.: : picture, ","Ch* moonshiners," Saturday Mr to and Jacksonville Mrs. 8. B.in Aultman their motored car- church filled the" measure'' that had C. H. GRANTHAM {

Miss Ruby Duke, of Sanford, is at the Casino.' Sunday, on A combined business and been given him. "7'11. Satafaetory Sf.,." '
Phillip Yarrow, Superintendent of
visiting her parents. '
Lieutenant Edward Newton is .
pleasure trir.
.p the Chicago Dry Foundation, had +.
Tom Hughey, of Boggy Creek, is home from Camp Wheeler on a fur- Roger Dodd; cashier at the,Citizens said of him, "Billy Sunday \

spending the day in town., lough for a visit,with his parents.'' and Bank of Kissimmee, returned Tues burst oft more buttons in his sermon may

Save cash register tickets ,and get friends. from brief business
trip
day night n on: booze, Captain Hobson, may use
Thrift Stamps at Taylor's Grocery. 5 per cent discount on cash sales to Jacksonville. chemistry in his address, Wm.J. .
more THE JOY OF
'* C.. .and Miss Mildred payable)in Thrift Stamps at Taylor's. t IT
,, W. Ward Lieut.; W T. Makinson, who came Bryan may' have more "polished .
Turville left for New York Monday.L. Grocery home on a ten. days' furlough, received rhetorical periods, but the address'of ,

E. Voorhees returned to Nar- Carlyle Bronson returned home a telegram Tuesday calling Dr. W. J. Johnson is the most effective -;

cooisee ,Sunday night from Cincinnati. last week from Fort' Valley, Georgia, him back on duty ever' delivered on a Chicago is that' when we 'offer you eats they {

;< where he .has been engaged in the Mrs. Brook ,returned from Gordon platform, or any other' platform." .

Miss Mildred Llghtsey is celebrating fruit packing.Red : Hospital Tuesday, considerably im- Thpse who heard Dr. Johnson here can be ,depended on as to) 'quality r''

her ,seventh birthday this after- Cross Tooth Paste, as good as : proved in health, She is 'now staying realized that this representation ,was :

noon. any, 'and only 25c at Central Drug*o with Nrs.' 'T., W. Ellis. I. a fair one. .It was truly a delight to The Price Speaks For Itself
Store. hear such 'and educational
a speech, soundly
L M. Lanier has just completed, a A. J. MacDonough, of the firm, of ,
Rull Bass left Tuesday week for Arnold & to : ,
dopping vat for his. cettlo near his MacDonough, expects w

home in the point. \ Knokville\] Tenn.. It is rumored small that leave for Jacksonville the last of this TAKES- V.5.4.OSCEOLA HONORABLE- Black Eye Peas lb______ .10 Good Eats Sausage ____. .05:

C J. Nelson, who has ,been in bed cattle Mr. Bess intends in that purchasing section. a week on a business trip." .i PLACE IN W. S. S. WORK Navy Beans tt>_________ .15 Hamburger Steak _______ .10

three weeks with rheumatism, is now' ranch Mr, and Mrs. G. W. Persons and ...>..-- Fine Green Coffee, Ib ____ .17% Corn Beef Hash ________' .10
; able to be out again. Miss Lula Gilbert, of, Clinton, N. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bailey and Miss The county chairman of the} W S. Good White Rice, lb____.., .9V Deviled Tuna. __________ .10'
C., arrived here Tuesday and Frances, autoed to Shingle Creek S. work has received from the head 1 Cured >Ib Chase San T
Murray Overstreet who has been Salt Mullet, ft>____ ..20z! & ea.,_ .29 N
)-spending the summer in Georgia, returned will\ spend a few months with her Wednesday, visiting friends. office at Jacksonville, a tabulated Corn Flour, 'lb _________ ,7Vii. 3 Doz Jar Rings______"___ ', .10 k

home Thursday brother, Fred S. Gilbert, and family. Among the Naval recruits signed statement of the amount of Stamps Rye Flour. lb _________- .07 Dairy Maid Hominy ______ .10

Jim Woodall left for Jacksonville W.: A. McCool left Sunday for his up subject to call in Tampa last pwned and pledged;! in tho, various 'Large Prunes, lb ________ .12% White Rose Soap, _______ .OS.

last week and is employed in the gov- Beaver Falls 'home to spend the sum- Tuesday, were ,John C. Schmidt and counties of, Florida. This was mad Vienna Sausage, lb' ______ .10 Grand Pa's 'Tar ________ .07
I ernment ship yards there. mer months. He will return early Preston G. Cromartie, of Kissimmee. up at the close of'the Juno drive and Potted 'Meat. ___.._ _____ .05 Grand Ma's Wash Pwd'r._ .05 ,
next fall to his business is to revision that
look since
after\ subject some
PraterGilbert expect to leave Misses Maggie Mae and Lela Me- .
interests here. time;
Sunday night for Jacksonville, to Crahie who have been visiting' Mrs. .
This record shows Osceola to have
, work in the ship yards. Mrs. He ry Aultmanaccompanied// O. M; Eaton and, fainlly, left today SPECIAL ;
.
twelfth in the counties of the ,
her brother, Private D. L. O'Berry; for their 'home in Kissimmee..-Lake- place
Mrs. E. E. Fairbanks and son have who was here on a furlough, to their land Star stnto in the per cent of her qtjpta 16 or.: jar pare Fruit Preserves, Strawberry, Raspberry Blackberry .

)i i have returned from nn extended visit home in Rodman on a visit to their having ringed: and purchased, forty; Peach, Pineapple, Finest Quality. ,
C. S. Adams head clerk at the
with.' .relatives in Chicago. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. O'Berry. :pecert fcf the amount }ailoted Itr
'will be with Red Makinson store, accompanied his the This makes rood Jars and Thrift $2.00
You pleased B. F. Lester, of Montgomery, Ala., far ly to Daytona Beach last y ar. a very { 5 a 25c Stamp, ,
fine Sunday for the anil with ,
Cross Tooth Paste, It's and only the veteran cattle buyer and seller, where they will spend tv'o weeks en.. showing county ,
25c ,at Central Drug Store. more concerted action of the peopleit
arrived in town Tuesday morning.Mr. the
joying bathing. would be to climb much Your Back If Not Pleased
Julian Montsdoca and Grover Tin- Lester left Tuesday night for possible Money ,
dall, of Kehansville, motored up to Jacksonville, expecting to return to- Mrs. Harry Goes,Harold'Jr.Mrs. Harold nearer the top of the, score.. IF ITS GOOD WE-VE.,COT IT.Taylor's .
and
Reid with her
,
son
town yesterday on business.E. morrow. County Chairman Wagner has a "
their mother, Mrs. Geo. Burtner of complete and practical system organized '
B. Havens, of Loughman\ here Our Red Cross remedies .
are guar-
St. Cloud
were a pleasant party with efficient local chairman
today, and attended the meeting'of anteed to give satisfaction. Cash
perfect in town. h
spending Thursday of the cities and district chairmen ot I Grocery t
lie Citrus Growers ,Association. You can depend on anything that
Dr A. C. Wells, of the U. S. Bureau the rural sections The women who .
I I ';,% R. D. Waring, a prominent realty, bears the Red Cross Trade Mark. of :Animal Industry, was in the have banded themselves together) for

dealer" in Orlando, was in Kissimmee For sale and guaranteed by Central city Tuesday' on a mission connectedwith patriotic service .ne Home Guards, "'16 Stewart Ave Phone 25O .

on a business mission Wednesday. Drug Store. his office. He has for his dis- are giving first place in their _. J

Roll Overstreet, who has,, been July subscriptions to ",the, ), Red trict, Osceola, Okeechobee and. St. thoughts for W. S. S., and reporting -
r., ,ill carried to,Orlands Cross ought/ bepaldiwithoutur.Ulerdelayand { ' "' ( ---- --------
; seriously -
quite was, I Lucie .counties, ... ,: ,_; weekly ,progress of their united ef -- ;
t" this": week and!! 'placed i in a" hospital '!: :thej merits[shouldbevmadeit.o'4thelycaahier Ii;,.:Jdiee. Mattie I Stanford" ,fcof I Klssim forts., ' .. " a.\ I
i. r/ ARNOLD ALAN J.
; .
".treatment.s Ata9last{ 4accounts Dr$W B. : {,1 ,W. IL t 1 MACDONOUCH,
,for ; :) $ :
:'.. ,* ; | f meet who'has ,been 1?a'guest of'Mrs! Mr.;'Wagner is perfecting plans for ij.. 1 '

he was gradually improving Wtherspoon'twho ,is always ready t.... Duke Wilder, on South Beach street, an active campaign to begin as soon ARNOLD &:.-MacDONpUGH \ ,
Mr. And, Mrs. M. Katz left Mondayfor give receipts. left Wednesday afternoon on her return as the details can be arranged andit

Baltimore, New York and New Mrs. H. W. Thurman and niece, home, after a very pleasant visIt is'probable that Osceola will takea Contractors, Engineer*, Architects ;l

England points. Mr. Katz expectsto Miss Marian Porter left' Monday of two or three weeks.-Daytona more honorable place in the State's DARLINGTON; AYE. CITIZENS,BANK BLDG.
return soon. Mrs. Katz will spend night for Palmero, N. J., for a visit Halifax Journal. activities before many weeks elapse.

about a month before returning with hervbrother, Reading D. Porter Mrs. Willa,. Steed and young son Judge J. F, C. Griggs" report for

home. They expect to return to Kissimmee Arthur and, daughter, Miss Alice this) county, as tabulated by Goode M.
M. M. Javens early in September. Guerry, publicity director, 'gives a to- 4
county agent, 'land Steed, are spending this week in
family, have rented: one of the Frank. :Miss Mattie Bandy of Kissimmee, Kisaimmefi with Mrs.! Steed's son tal of stamps owned'and pledged, by i

lin cottages at the corner of Beau- who was on her way home last'night' Attorney Phunie Steed, as he expectsto this county, amounting. to$104,926.00. 3': Make your bath ai

mont avenue and Bryan street, and from Barrow where she had been visiting leave in the immediate future for METHODIST w a. "CHURCH--- with

expect to move in some time next friends, stopped over between a training camp.-Del and News. i Luxury
visited Preaching Sunday at 11 a. m. and
trains 'and her childhood
week, friend, Mrs. II. B. Ilebb.Lakeland Word was received by ;his parents, 8 p. m., by the pastor. "J: ,Our
R. J, Thomas and two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Woodall, that Morning subject: "The Bible!> at i Bathroom
Star. ,
'
Misses Lula and) Pearl, son Hoke, Harold has won a cash prize in a the Front." Dainty

I A. and his nephew, Jim Thomas, all of Corporal J. E. Harvey, of Camp peach packing contest, wining overall Evening subject: "The Lord's t
Offerman, Ga., arrived this week on Cody, Deming N. Mex, is in the city; contestants with a record of 218 hand is not shortened that it can- Things k

: a.visit to the family of Cashier Roma having been called here by the illnessof crates packed in ten and one-half not save." .. !d'

1 Thomas, of the State Bank. his wife, who is in the Florence hours. Harold Is with the Kissimmee Wednesday evening Dr. Bowen ,.

G. M. Taylor has received a letter Infirmatory.; Joe, as he is familiarly boys at Fort Valley, Georgia. will deliver a Stereoptican Lecture rter

' from his son, Joe N., to the effect known, is looking every inch a soldier W. a. sue-. instead of 'the regular prayor meet- 1
1 that he may arrive here Monday on and says he is anxious to be "over ITS CAPTAIN HUGHGEIGER ing. '

, a short furlongh. Young Joe is lit there" with the boys;-Florence' ('S. NOW A very cordial invitation is ex- .

i Sergeant in 306 Aero Squadron, now C.) Times. tended to allto attend these' services. / ,/
Dr. Geiger, one of Kissimmee'swell '
stationed at Hemptead, N. Y. Lieutenant W. T. Makinson son of J. D. SIBERT, Pastor.
known citizens, who was among
Misses Helen Bass, Mattie Bell Mr. !and Mrs. W. B. Makinson,' is the first jrofessional men to enlist in THE iv. "CASINO.. sAT
Harris Orpha Rose, Kathleen Bear- home on a ten days' furlough. Lieutenant -
military service from! this section, Hedda Nova' had her nerve put toa
den, Claire Hathway and Ethel, Gilbert Makinson has been at Camp
has been steadily promoted and has 'hard test in the filming of the third
were a pleasant party leavingthis Perry, on Lake Erie, for the past just received his commission as episode of Vitigraph's new serial

afternoon, on a three days' campat month on rifle range and is wearinga Captain in the Medical Corps, stationed "The Woman in the Web," which will
East Lake. They will be, chaperoned Sharp Shooter's badge won there. at Camp'Johhst1 n Jackson \
> be shown -at the Casino Theater on --rfl\
by Mrs. Milton Pledger and Mrs. He \\vill return to his regiment at ville. Kissimmee is justly proud of Monday. ,+4 """ ..+..
zf W. C. BI188.I Waco, Texas, from here, and expectsto j .'
I the constant recognition being given Miss Nova and J. Frank Glendon, nsTrg
;' Tha Wednesday' Scout Entertain- be sent to France soon. the worth of her men who are serving the liero in the serial, are escaping -r

:, ment will be a Girl Scout.benefit next Sam Rsg dale has leased the Kim- under the colors. I from spies who are pursuing them,

week. Those little ladies will call brough building which is equippedfor W.tIII,1I! and the action called for them to
i among you, selling tickets} on Wednesday WEEKLY REPORT OF SALES THE CENTRAL'S NURSE SAYS: j
s a garage and has opened the leap from a pier into a swiftly mov-
next. An eight reel program place for garage business. Sam was OF THRIFT STAMPS ing motor: boat. The pier at Santa Look In your bath room this morning. See If'

will be given, which includes Alice until recently employed as prescription Cl W. Griffin, Thrift Stamps.. 16 Monica was the location, and when '
you don't need sponges, soaps, perfume tooth paste,
"Find Woman Mutt
Joice in the ,
clerk at the Lake pharmacy and A. S. Gilbert, Thrift Stamps,.. 34 the word was given to jump, Miss
and Jeff in a "Fisher, ss Carton," has made many friends since comingto W. B. Makinson Co., to amt of .$10H. Nova was game and made the flying antiseptics, brushes and other things to make, your

', and the"two reel "Boy Scouts to the Lakeland. He Is obliging and always M. Katz, to amount of__?: $5 leap down some dozen feet to the bath and toilet a delight.We .

Rescue. willing to take core of his cus- Lawrence Tress, Thrift Stamps 18 launch. But she miscalculated the
J. E. Foxworthy of Fort Myers, tomers and the same spirit will undoubtedly Central Drug' Store,Th't Stamps 18 distance or the speed of tHe boat and have all those things you deed and will sell

was In Kissimmee Tuesday to attend continue in hU new enter-, State Bank, amt. of.._*_.____ $100 landed in the cold waters of the Pa them to you reasonably. "
the funeral of his former friend and prise. He c.me here from Kissim- Story Store, Thrift Stamps._ 1

employer, Jno. M. Lee. For several knee where he was located about five H. C. Stanford, Thrift Stamps cific.Being an accomplished swimmer Come to us for your toilet articles and all sortsof w

years during Mr. Lee's administration years. He will handle several makesof and W. S. S.-.__......... 2 she' suffered no ill consequences and store things '\
drug need
as Clerk of the Court, Mr. Fox- cars besides' installing complete G. W. Persons, W. S. S......__ 2 rather had the laugh on Mr. Glendon. you and KNOW they. ,are .

worthy was his chief deputy, and line of automobile supplies and accessories Wenner-Sawyer Co., for ,, who in his effort to, give Miss Nova -right. '

during this time a strong friendship and besides that he ins one i Presbyterian church, W. S. S. 1 every opportunity to make the jump / '

was formed between the two men, of the best arranged, and equipped Public Schools, W.; S. S.______ 1 clear (before he did, did not land on i Central Drug Store '

which was only severed by the grim buildings in the state. The garage Thrift Stamps, ?_._.-??- 61 the cushions provided to, break their '
.' reaper. Mr, Foxworthy' baa been was recently operated by E. Z. Jones Woman's Horn Guard,,' W.S.S._ 4 fall but instead struck the housingof The Sqaare Deal Place ,

cashier of a bank in, Fort Myers for and later by Georg'q W.MJnw.-Lake Thrift Stamps .____________ 1Q the engine and suffered a week ;Phone 41 '' ", .

the. past several yean. land Star. I I ''W; B. Witherspoon, Chairman from consequent bruises. ooo.oO .O..ooO.O ... .. .O ........ i. ... .


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THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY, GAZETTE FRIDAY, JULY 19. 1918 -
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DO WE DESERVE CREDIT Under DIVISION the "work OR of' LABOR fight" rule, PUNTA GORDA MOURNS, THE I 'WHAT I particularly like about\

OURSELVES?
FOR HELPING announced by Provost Marshall Gen Syrup Pepsin ISiS
DEATH OF CLAYTON PORTERClayton
eral .Crowder. there has been announced .
s Ifw, lave and thereby better our the following division of labor mild but thorough action on the bowels.It .
'
financial position and at the same : Porter, a highly popular yean old on the 22nd of February;,
time help .government win the NONPRODUCTIVEPersons besides his father he leaves tw has been helpful in relieving my nme-
war are we deserving of credit? The engaged in games of sport,, citizen of this place, was accidentallyshot very
editor of the Duluth Herald thinks Sales clerks in stores. brothers and five 'sisters to mourn I constipated sincea
and killed ,June 10th, ult., at ear-old who had been
r not. In a recent editorial he write: Clerical workers in offices. his lose One of his sisters Mrs >, son,
y "When Uncle Sam asks us to save Automobile salesmen in cities; Caratasca, near Belize, British Honduras Charley Simmonda, now living' i ir baby." ;

' to help win the war he asks us to do Public and private chauffeurs, ex- and buried there next day. Cleveland\ Ohio, resided here foi \ ,
ourselves a great favor; and yet, cept where they combine'other work /From letter to Dr. Caldwell written bY "
imply because the need is great and with their mechanical duties. This sad and shocking news was several years. I Mr... C. E. jaffrty, 51 Madison Street, I '
4 the appeal is urgent, and because the Persons engaged in serving food brought here Mondaynight by Clayt was one of the most amiabU \ Brooklyn, N. Y. /

nation pleads with us to do this simple and drinks in public places. Clayt's father, M. H. Porter, of Kis- of men; indeed, he was so good na

4 thing, wa are prone to look upon Passenger elevator operators and simmee, who came here to look after tured that it was impossible to get t '
it favor to tha country, nr.d : attendants r "1
as a great Caldwell'sSyrup
his son's property interests.The angry with him. That, is why everybody > Dr.
to stick feathers in our h tH and:l g-* Doormen, footmen and carriage ,
strutting around because we grantedit. openers. ,father received the sad news Jiked him and why his, unllmelj:

It's patriotic, all right. It helps Attendanti in ,hotels, stores,, apartment July 5th Inst. in a letter, written June death is deeply deplored] by all wh i

the country-not only now; but later; houses,, office buildings and 12th by Edred Hunter,. who gave his knew him. For'many years, he lived Pepsin ;
not for the but for the trial bath houses. '
only war .
Caratasca Care in Punta Gorda and at timE!
address as Charles was one
i' of national fiber that comes after the I Porters, unless engaged in ha'ywork.
Hodgson Cape Graoias Dios Nic of the town. He did much towards '
war. --but it helps us even more a mayor Laxative '
"The ,
"And it |ie so easy, so much more : Ushers and attendants at. gamesof aragua. Mr. Hunter said in. his let. the building up of the( town,,: Perfect .
helpful to ourselves than to the country sport. ter t.hat'he was not sure that M. 11. and we are largely indebted to him

so small 1 a thing to do compared ments.Ushers and ttendnnts at ,amuse- Porter would] get the letter; ,but, if for dur extensive' system' of concrete Sold, by Druggists Everywhere

doing Persons. engaged In domestic ,servIce he tiid get it and would answer, he, walks. 1
r ,on ourselves for doing it.. Mr* Hunter, would write' again and As it takes a' letter over three 50 cts. (a;:e.) $1.00

"We ought to do it. We must do 't. PRODUCTIVE give full particulars. This is 'all weeks to go from here to Catarasca,, ,
But instead of expecting Uncle Sam Department store executives, man- that was contained in Mr. Hunter'sletter. Jt will 'be near the end of August be rt
to decorate us for heroism we ought agers and superintendents. 'Free from opiates and narcotic drugs and pleas-
: fore full details of the' tragedy are
to get on our knees and thank him Heads of department store accounting "
f for the opportunity of getting a little financial, i dvertising, credit, pur- Clayt4 Porter had been in Honduras' received. ant 'to the taste, it acts" easily and naturally and

sound sense pounded into us at last. chasing, delivery, receiving,. shipping since last December, lie was engaged The Un'ited' Stales flag at the town normal A trial bottle can
t And that goes as to the average individual and all other department' store, de- there in making a big cattle deal, council rooms,was flown at halfmastTuesday restores regularity.

pleads,a and whole.as "to the nation and peo partments.Skilled workers. attached' to department In which some wealthy citizens of in honor of Clayt Porter, be obtained free of charge by writing. to .

W. 8. g. j stores Florida were interested. It is said who. was a former mayor. Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 458 Washington Street

SKIN Buyers and traveling salesmen. that' he had consummated the' deal The hosts of his friends, who are '
MAKE
LEMONS
;' Delivery drivers. and when killed was waiting for a profoundly grieved'' by his loss, extend Monticello, Illinois.StrenothenAmerica.
WHITE. SOFT. CLEAR work out- -
Employes doing heavy mat, to arrive on- which he intended their heartfelt sympathy to his .
.
side the duties clerks.
Make this, lotion for'a few Pharmacists in wholecale and retail coming to Tampa. bereaved father, brothers and sis

cents and see for yourself. drug houses. Clayt Porter was a bachelor; 49 ters.-Punta Gorda Herald. "'

Electricians, r.nd enginceis. .
What girl or woman hasn't heard of Carpet layers and upholsters.

lemon juice to remove complexion Managers of hotels, social clubs RULES GOVERNING ,LETTERS
t blemishes; to whiten the skin and to and other public places.

brinsr out the roses the freshness and Clerks in hotels. social clubs.._ and
the'hldden'beaut.y? But lemon juice other public; places. n TO THE ENEMY COUNTRIES .

alone is acid, therefore irritating, and Cooks. in ,hotels, social clubs and
--
should ,be mixed with orcl.nrd white other' ,
public places.
this way. Strain through a fine cloth Performers in legitimate concerts, To prevent the possibility of valu- be permitted between. civilians in

the juice of tvo fresh lemons into a operas and theaters.. able information getting into Ger I countries at' war with each other.

bottle containing about three ounces Of course there ,will be legitimate I The promiscuous sending of letters
of orchard white, then shake well and exemption for in the non-pro. many, the, American Red Cross, in neutral
many through organizations in
you have a whole quarter pint of skin all within the letters behind the
ductive but
class;, sending enemy '
and compl xion lotion at about the I countries could not be permitted because
in of,
draft who are engaged any WORKINGMAN
age
cost one usually pays for n small farof the "non-productive" labors shot id. fines at the request of persona of the large unmber of enemies THE:

ordinary cold cream. Be sure to as soon as ,the time is ready, reportand in this country, is following in the country. To prohibit entirelythe 1
atrain the lemon juico so no pulp gets ;x
.y into the bot'le, then this lotion will register. Then exemption claims! carefully a plan worked out by the sending of messages would, for PAYS THE PRICE!
remain pure and fresh for months. I if any will be duly considered.is tb State Department to do away with ';example, prevent a loyal American
While the new ruling going
I I i iI
When applied daily to the face neck, j take who to this time. code. from finding out whether his sister,
a man
t I many up I
arms and hands it should help bleach, local Americans Germans or others in unfortunately married to 'a German, '
has escaped still the'order-for !
,
clear, smoothen and beautify the skin. {I The liquor men are telling us that i if( saloons are abollished.; the
boards to use "common sense in the United States wishing to com- was alive or dead. Prohibition was
Any druggist will supply three ounces each individual case" means that and the will lose all the b-sing paid by the liquor
of orchard white at very little cost municate with relatives: in .Germany in force for a time and appeals were city county .money now .

and the grocer has the lemons. I I there hardship will on be any, after ona,all-Tampa no undue Tri, must now ''wrIte out their letters in J"received from the Red Cross by business, the form of taxes. '

Red Cross Chapters throughout the I French, Belgians and Italians begging I
bune. If it could be said that the liquor business resulted only in good,
W.8.N.--- country. These are sent through the the society to'get word for themas
7 PRACTICAL PATRIOTISM division officers of the organizationto I to whether their people in the occupied first to those engaged in it.. and second to those who are consumers of .I
,
; 1 a q Patriotism of the proper kind is National Headquarters. Here they+ districts were still alive. : liquor, the money received through the taxation of( the liquor business I I'
demonstrated in in which .
the manner rewritten and the wording absolutely -I The State presented I ,
JAQSONVII1CFAL ( the heads of large industrial organizations are Department might be regarded as a blessing to the communnily..
are supporting the govern changed to prevent the send- to the Red Cross the present plat in I -;
ment in its war work. There are ing of any diagram or secret code. detail and asked that the Red Cross But we are compelled to pay out in return many limes more than

AKfirfem OLDEST still, of cours, a few persons who are The messages are then given to the put it into effect. As it was a purely the taxes'received because of the evils which follow the consumptionof

re&mmtfnM ESTABLISHED either the fundamentals too selfish or of too economics ignorant of to Censorship Board and are passed or humanitarian work, the governmentcould intoxicating liquor. 'Ii 1

SrEDfOUS give that much needed by refused by them as the, case may be. do tio more than supervise the
I :M FLORIDA- the government support in so this grave'crisis. When they reach a neutral country work Liquor, is responsible for 19 per cent, of the divorces, 25 per: cent ,

..M.N.aI..IIMr An evidence of practical patriotismIs they are translated on other'paper Today the American Red Cross is of the poverty 25 per cent of the-insaaity, 37 per cent of the pauper

lw r wa"sees National found Association in the endorsement of Manufacturers by the and in most cases delivered by the sending an average af 1300 letters a ism, 45 per cent of the child desertion and 50 per cent of the crime in

r 'SELDOSt' of the action of the War Industries -- Red Cross of the place, to which' theygo. day to persona living behind the ene- this country. And this a very conservative statement. rl rlIf
ava11 Board in announcing that it The plan is conslderd as spy- my lines. This work is done through

would discourage all new undertakings proof as it is possible to devise. Washington Headquarters of the you were to add the expense of maintaining the police departments

not essential to and not contributing During the last twenty-five years: American Red Cross by the Bureauof the cost of penitentaries and asylums of various kinds that the

Take Wph Baths toward winning either directly the war or which indirectly involve the practice; has grown up that the I Communication, of which EdwardM. state i i. compelled to support to take care of the wreckage of the liquor {

the utilization of labor, materials welfare inquiries, and messages shall Day.is acting ,director ,'*' ,,business,. .the 'comparatively nr-al"\amount, obtained' from r. ;'the"'i liquor; Ux : 1' (
1 ., '
at and capital. "
l 1',1."i'i "
:
" l', would slight indeed-i,:
seem
very
The entire will realize 4111 .
country soon
that if we allow the government to BAKING POWDER'LOAF BREADS SURPLUS' OF .VELVET,9,;':,\ftvi'lil\: ;1 i'i.'i'H';; : ' ::' '' ,! :,:'!v.-1i} ,
1I I spend our savings and to use of labor You do not need either wheat or BEANS IN THE SOUTH Who makes rap the most of HhiTextraamount for hiclTthe"liquor

and materials as it sees best, there yeast for loaves. Can be cut in men do act pay through their taxes?
will not be l less business but more slices. Can be, toasted. Because of the surplus of velvet
I business throughout the country, and Method: Mix the melted fat, liquid. beans in the South efforts are being
It will be business of a kind that will sirup and egg. Combine the liquid made by the Bureau of' Markets to The Workingman
1 V JIM win the war. If we confine our'buy- and well mixed dry ingredients. Bakeas acquaint dairymen and feeders of live workingman
ing only to the things we need, the a loaf in a moderately hot oven live stock in the North 'and East of Whoever else may eyade' the payment of his taxes t the

ti 1 Gout Eczema Hives etc. Right In government will have more money, for one hour or until thoroughly bak- the value of velvet bean meal in feed- must pay every cent of hi*. He pays them when he buys groceriesor
i own home and at triflingbealing r labor, and ma'erb.ls with which to ed. Nuts, raisins or dates may be ing live stock. Experiments have "
you can enjoy the fight and win the war. added if desired. been conducted at southern experiment meat or shoes or clothing, or when he pays his rent.

sulphur bath "'. 8. H.-- stations Indicating that this
I I Mrs. Burns' Letter. OAT AND CORN-FLOUR BREAD meal is an excellent feed fox cattle. Ordinarily he does not pay his taxes direct and so he does not

HANCOCK! Here is a letter that is certain to Ground rolled oats, corn flour. horses, and hogs, and it Is pointedout see in exact figures just how much the saloon is costing him-but he

SULPHUR COMPOUND prove of interest to people living ''in Three-fourths cun liquid 4 table- that because of the high prices can make up his mind that for the most part he is taking care of( the
:; this vicinity, as cases of this sort oc- fat, 4 tablespoons sirup, 2 mill feeds velvet bean meal shouldbe
spoons
..tare**own Mood purifying'and Ida healing i'I 1 cur 'in almost every neighborhood, eggs, 6 teaspoons( baking powder, 1 used more generally by dairymenin wreckage. 01? the saloon.
remedy-SULPHUK-tmpared In a way to and people should know what to do in the North and East.Urove4'rasteteaa I
; salt 1V4 flour 1
.. corn
teaspoon ,
moat efficadou UNit In the I cups
null*rU use
bathi me It a* a lotloa arolytag to aOccted j like circumstances: cup ground rolled oats. How long will the workidgmen be the "goat" of the liquor business -
Party and take It .. I| Savannah,, Mo., Oct 12, 1916. W. N. *'. chill Tonic .
SOc and $1 the bottle "I used a bottle of Chamberlain'sColic ? ..
1 vitality and by purifying and
restorer energy corlchlng '
HIS GIRL IN OVERALLS
a*roar.......... If he can't woosyow. and Diarrhoea Remedy about the blood. You can toon feel Iti Strengthenjng. .
f. I ..... his turn*and the price In st.mps... nine years ago and it cured me of Invigorating Fffect. Price Sea 'The interest of the saloon are always opposed to the interest of the .J#
bottle direct.HANCOCK ,
w.will Mad you a flux (dysentery).' r' had another at- Well yes, the kid's enlisted; we ex-
COMPANY LIQUID (ULTHUB tack of Ihe came complaint some pected that you know; SOUTHERN DAIRY EX workingman. d.,.
When he heard the call colors of -
I three four and few to ,
1.r' row p.ei..a._Nor_.l 'S doses or of this remedy years ago cured me.a I course he'd want to go. TENSION WORKERS MEET If you believe that the.traffic in Alcohol v i I

I ,( .w.-af..! SOt-IW a-......lF I I have recommended Chamberlain'sColic An' we're proud and glad and sorry, -' :fore than :forty dairy extension does more harm than food-HELP STOP ITI I j t

r I-d .. ....... and Diarrhoea Remedy to doz- for the lad's our pride and joy workers of the Department of Agri-
; ens of people since I first used it." ''An' his mother-well,, you know culture, State dairy workers of the
mothers, an' he was our only boy.
various Southern States, direct of America
- rs Strengthen CampaignThis

6i Your Job Printing from the Gazette An' I-well, there's no denjrin' I depended the State extension work, and others
Valley the lad met -at Memphis, Tenn., June 20, 27,
on and 28 to discuss dairy and creamery ( advertisement was prepared for the National Campaign Com- ,
j For he's been of
always a sight help problems and the development of Charles Stelzle. ;
ff an' comfort to his dad; I mittee by .
in the Southern States.F"JinF J
But I never fully realized how muchI ,
would miss the problems, problems involved ,
scamp 'in buying cattle, in the eradication of I
,Till I started for the barn alone the '
1.tter.Crops mf>rnin' .he went to camp.I tuberculosis, organization "of cow- .
testing associations, bull associations '
feelin' lonesome and calf clubs, and otlier: problems Wflttflfl
was pretty an'
relating to the development of I 'I}
somehow dim
my eyes grew ,
the Southern dairy industry were dis-
Heavy yields of high dau products are necessary When there I saw, I really some thought one 'twas a-staadin'Jim; cussed. The relation of dairying to Sacks for Castor Beans

t to brine a big net profit to the {rower. The But before I'd time to speculate, my the conditions occasioned by the war i

f banner record for inch results has been held for little daughter/ calls, occupied prominent part of the pro-
\ "Say, dad, how do you like me in my i New or Second Hand Bags 4
, the last quarter-century by bran' new overalls?" '

, <, Write for Prices 'Y' ,
An', sir, you'd be surprised to see the rnrnrn 4
Ideal Fertilizers things that gal can do,
An' how' fih$-works with might and Southern States Bag Co.
main to help put things through;

Send for ear Free Book on aO commercial An' I guess we needn't worry air, Jacksonville Fla. '
when Uncle Samuel calls
"' crops .f Florida) also ,ear Spray Catalogue lie can trust his boys in khaki, an' CROSS

j Special adrke gladly girt. I his girls in overalls. LIVER J'.1
w. &. g. t ,
MEDICINE
If the man of wealth thinks that 'ft
tp War Savings Stamps and their
meaning -
Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. not for him he
are Is mistaken. GIVES
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE "
it is true that he
I can buy only $1,000 .
K MEn. Ideal FertiIi n. ,e, c of them but ''he is more tble than RELIEF 0..111. t FOR WOMEN
i IDEAftrumuza most folics to accept the philosophy of Military Tralala baler Arm* OfSevr Tal la..._
is n Courses In Art and Science. Agri ISI Student from SB Florida Counties
Jacbo 'De, F1a. the' stamps. That philosophy .a, i culture Chemical Civil Electrical, and 17 State 117-18. Total till
i eUa.imoats Save I Save! Save! Julius Rosenwald' Keepe your Momach well, war ........regular. and Mechanical Engineering>aw, Including- Summer School and Short
says: "That man financially able to TOUT livrr aelt: Alp blood pwe25o Teacher' College. Coure. > UWrite I

indulge himself in luxuries duringwar c..ml\=- A. FMURPHRBErP, .Catalog-........ EDWARD at once CONRADI.SIX for Catalog. ............ __
t time baa the least excuse,for-do ,Cub Bra.Drag CcIm....". Ine.M--I.ch.rs'J.ck..nvW. 10-10t.
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THE KJSSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY JULY 19. 1918 SEVEN

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,a W. B. ,Crawford Lee Jarre' I III Wade Tucker E. L, Leiley, Hull Baaa, known and known to me to be the ty, Florida' ,' but has been absent from
and their aaaoclate. who hereby a*. persons described In and who" executed the State of Florida, redding at .
,. CRAWFORD JARRELL II RUMINATIONS OF REXThe II eoclate themaelvee together a. a corporation the foregoing. Article of Association Coateevllle. State of Pennsylvania, for
uot for profit under the. laws and acknowledged to and beforeme more than sixty days next precedingthe
ATTORNEYSATLAWOffice of the State of Florida In Such cue that they exetmted the same for application for this order of publication *.
G 4 6 6 and 7 CitUeni -- made and provided, and to adopt the the uses and purposes therein ..pr.**- and that she la over the ageof
following a. their proposed ,Charter, ed. twenty-one year -
i BanL Buildinjr American Red Cross Is the There are a few other things to tell to-wit i WITNESS my hand anft official seal And It further appearing br the
KUslmmee '' Article 1. The dame' of the corpora. In said County and State this sth day aid affldavlt appended to the bill
Florida grandest 'and moat ,stupenduou organization about which we will try; to give. Our tlon shall be Lee Park Company and of July A. D. 1 1S. filed In the above-atated cause that
In existence today. When visit to the,Lang-ford grove found the Its principal place of bualnea shall (SEAL) M: W. SAP.OKNT. Farmers k. Mechanic National Bank
be located In Klailmmee. Oaceola Notary Public Stale at Large. of 1'hoenlxvllle, Pennsylvania, a Nat-
DR. W. W. CARSON our country declared war against fruit In fine condition. :The owner is County Artici.Florida. My Commission Expires April 1, Iftn."JOAICB ional Banking. Corporation organised .
II. The general nature of __ lo-(t. and existing under the National Bank
in North Carolina of the finest
i DENTIST Germany, it was the.only thing. ready on one the bualnea. to be tranaacted by this Act, one of the defendant "

Office over Piney Building and prepared for action,. and its plantations in his section. It belong corporation lie and shall be to conduct pub. FOR PUBLICATION named la a non-realdent the state. ,
private ,
amusement conlt
of Florid., and H a resident of Phoedixvllle -
Offlee Hour: S-1I. 1__ were the first to cross over to his) wife who inherited it from Ing of musical and literary perfor. Do .n..t .ff the Interior. Pennsylvania.
&.... members .. 17. .. Lead otaee .. ljeTllle.. Flerl. tT..efO'::
BI 'Phone US R..Id.no.'Pk.aet$ their death man picnic, grounds, dancing pavilion It le ordethat the said
her her
Oae Administered for Bxtraotlon of and tender their services for winningthe parents, leaving bath hou..... roller coaster ... "J.ly eta. ISHft. defendants above named be and they
Teeth N d dread of German submarines as the only heir. He appears to be of and similar amuaementi; the aelllng NOTICE la hereby given that Wll. are hereby required to appear to the
war. lanm S. Comerford, of Loughman Fla,
of cool
drink and refreshments and
bill
of flied
debarred their-Inovementa, tha opinion that the Old North State for these purpose the acquiring and I who, on December '., ItlS, mad on or before complaint Monday, the IlJ..ald 6th day cause of +
maintenance of landa, building and Homestead Entry. No. 01418. for 8E August A. D. ISIS, otherwise allegatlon
the
1.LEWIS'o'BRYAN -
will fine this
financial aid beck- produce A crop year. I
no allurements of peraenal property. <"4 of NID". NBV4 of SID\4. of Section of said bill will be. taken aa k
onedthem but loving During. his absence his brother bal Article Ill Alt residents of the i 14 and 8U of NW \4. Section as. Town confessed by the said defendants 'k ;I Ib.I '
t K ATTORNEYATLAWWaring on, pure sympathy County hip 14 S.. Range IT E, Tallahassee ..
ofOsceola shall be eligible( la further ordered that this order
charge of the old .home place' here in Meridian, has tiled notice of Intentionto '
the noblest attribute of wom.an' for regular membeehlp upon election published once a wok for four con.ecutlv .
+ Building Klssimmee, to which the proprietor by the Hoard of Director hereinafter make Three-Tear Proof to eatab.llh weeks In the Klealmmee Val "
self caused them to face' land above d..acrlb..d.b..fore ,
pure named or by the Stockholder at any claim to the ''IeOa..U..., a newspaper publishedIn ,
the dangers of the deep and ensconce proposes to return at some future regular faceting and upon the pay. Clerk of Circuit Court. at Klaalmmee said,, County and Btate.Thla .
", ant Of the Florida, on the 10th, day of lat day of \,
la Johnston O. P: OarreM : required membership fee '
time. OVERTREWT
themselves'' in places near the battle The Association shall have the powerto August 1918.Claimant (SEAL i. L. \

r 1.4. JOHNSTON & CARRETTATTORNEYATLAW front. The. testimony of the thousands At Jim Davis' we found all well. Initiation require aAl :: abt"rl..toa.1> such be F. WAMES.claims' Loughman.as witnesses FloridaF. : KRIBBfl' A STEED Citric' Circuit Court, e
His'little MattheW has solved the may W. Ames, of Loughman, Florida
of wounded soldiers give abundant boy nxed by the By-Law. Sallcltera. for ComplalnanU4
A. Patten, of Florida,
R LoUKhman
om.el' and Cttiiens Baa evidence the tender pUzzle that calls for a Junior auto. Article IV. This corporation shall .
10, 11 12 : to show exist In Richard <>aulngr-of Loughman, Flori '.

Building. care they receive, and the sick like'. He Days he's got twfood/ feet, two Article p..rpet v. The ully.name. and resident.. da da. F. A. Causing, nOBT of Loughmnn W. I)A VIS.Flori NOTICE OF-APPl.lTATIOIt DICED. FOR TAX

iKlaslmmee.: FlaI wise testify to the gentle 'manner in good hands and a plenty good head ce* of M the lt'ePr eul W.>*crll H>er Crawford* are all follow1'John John SCadel. tO-St '* Reg-later Notice I. .
hereby that Tt.
given K.
of and'' is ready to to work at .' t- r, J. Wade Tucker, 'r
they receive from the noble band go any Drought purchaser .of Tax Certificate ,
; 10L; Lesley RuH1 Base", all of whom !.. Circuit r rart. * patriotic' women now numbering'! other plantation the company calls reside In the City of Klalmmee, 0. ', Judicial . ceola County,. Florlfla July A. D. 1914. has filed Maid oertlfl.1
about eight million, and during oneof for. Article I VI The affair of 'the corporation catc In my office and has made ape0Ileatlon
the great battles many of them 'The democratic rooster is somewhat shall be conducted by a Pres IN CUANCKUV.Murtaa for with tax law.deed Said to issue cerllacat.pembrace In",accordance
'
( -
.s G B Id"nVle.I're.ld..nt., Secretary and 1
were on duty sixteen hours consecu- aroused over the e'gg'calcula Treasurer, and the Board of Huvrn May IIerrlgtei, .. 'Tria. tion/' He six billions from Director, which hoard may be Increased for Kraak. It. 1Ie-.rl..'.., (.'.*aplalimmt. erty, situated In Oaceola County,. Flora ,
tively. Never before in the histoiy says eggs or reduced at any time by the ida, to-wlti
of the world ,have the men of the six million hens ere all right. but how Aaoclatlon., VS.Jmmf Block Ix>t in ,In Block 117 and Lot I In
Its of the Town of St. Cloud.
..
The annual meeting of this Ao. F. O'nerry KMxetielt IV.viierrr .
:SELLSFire fighting line had a harbor to fall about the_rooete>s, and then again, elation ahnll be held the First day of ., bin wife, Md. "0.. A. 'Tally, The said land being assessed at theilatn
.. ......... of the issuance of said certificate
.
of n.
July each ,
at which meeting
__ back; on such as this, and we should he hatching eggs,. l laid, he says, the member.! shall sear elect the Board of ...:... In the names.of W. IL Sexton and Q. r'
never begrudge these noble women experts often produce strange figuresbut nrrcctors, and-thereupon the ,Hoard It appearing by affidavit appendedto shell W. Hoffman. Unless said certificate .
Life, Accident. and ohDlrrelors. shall elect the officer of the bill flied In the anovetatedcaue be redeemed according to law
any expense that may be required to when It comes to hens with all corporation at a meeting to be held that John A. Tally one of the tax deed will issue thereon on the 20th

Health Pfate Glass' Liability sustain them i in the great ,woik. The the diseases and -Attacks from val'ments Immediately! after the adjournment of defendant therein named, Is a non. day of""July,J.A.L-D.OVKRSTRBET 1918. 1frl
the annual nice tin if. The Hoard ofI"'clore resident of the State of "Florida and
foregoing but a poor tribute to the they are subject to, they 'fire shall have power to nil all I I. a rvaldentpf St. Loul,. State of \Mia* Seal) "Clerk O..ola Circuit Court Florida

and Boiler Insurance.Legal noble band of. women, but an' item rather hard'aubjects to make any vacancies*. The among names the of officer the officers or director who- Bourl. whose Uulldlng post HI.office Louts actress Missouri la Fullerton By S. H. BULLOCK p County C V' *7-fi

writer,must condense as far as pos exact calculations on. are to manatee the affair of the cor. and he I* over the age of twenty-one.
Bonds Executed poratlon until the election In 1918 year; It la therefore ordered that said NOTiCe OF .ADMINISTRATOnFer .
sible. Success to the Valley Gazette, ye shall be, a. follows: W B, Crawford non-realdent defendant. l>e and heI I I. ( Flaal 01........) ,
editors end employees. Rex recognizes -I President; E. I. JLenley Vlce-1."'- hereby required to appear to the bill IB Cert of Ce...,. .....f. State ofFlorida /
The committee of Agriculture de- dent. John H. O. H of In said cause on .
Sainte Day Needed ; Cadel Secretary: : Monday t: : 'I o c.ol. Cesety. '
Clares that there' should be one hun- the latter as gentlemen and fully , Prather Treasurer; and the Board of before the Kth day of ut. IB re Uta! Director shall con.l.t of the shovenamed A. D 1818 otherwise the allegations Notice la hereby given, to all whom
dred hens on every farm. This he appreacintes the kindness and officer, together with J. 'VadoTuck..r of said bill will bo taken aa confessed It may concern that on the 0th day
gentlemanly manner: with which they John M. Lee and Hull Bass by said defendant.It of September A. D, 1818 I shall applyto
OFFICE: State Bank Building aid would approximate sixty billion ?Adele\ VII The Hoard of nirvctor' I* further ordered that this.order the Honorable T. M. Murphy Judgeof
Lets' consider thisa receive him.IT'SHOULD. are hereby empowered to make, alteror be published once a week for four said Court, aa Judge of Probate, form
eggs every year., *.. amend the By-Laws of the corpora consecutive weeks In the Kl* lnnmee )' anal discharge a. Admlnlatrater of
moment. If there were two mil MI'K tion.Article al sad Oaaette, a newspaper publishedIn the estate of William Weckerly. deceased .
T VIIT. The highest amountt In County and Htate. *
and that
; 'at the time I
lion men in the army, this would give Indebtedne or liability to which let dpy A. D UtII', will present to said Court same final .
iT J. THOMPSON each soldier thirty thousand eggs A MILLION FOR HIM the corporation may at any time *ub> (SEAL) Clerk { count a* Administrator of my Bald estate a.,
.
Ject itself hall never exceed Five Circuit Court.KRlnnS and ak for their
How's that for feeding our men, or,if Cincinnati man discovers drug that Thousand (1600000) Dollar.. ft: STEED Dated 21n4 April.approvaL A. D. ttll
Article IX. The amount of the value Solicitor for Complainant. l4t
: Funeral DirectorAND they were; consumed at home, eee loosens corns so they of real estate which the eorp'oratI.n 19'lamimo.'A' K. DROUGHT Admlnlatrator.NOTICH I ... 7
what they would save towards feeding lift. out. may hold shall not exceed Five ORDER PUBLICATION!
Thousand Dollar, subject always to '
"
our men and the allies. In urging the approval of the Circuit Judge.IN In the Clrevlt Court ., the eveuthJaalelal .OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
this of the farmer it Good news spreads rapidly and WITNESS WHEREOF, we Shave Circuit e>f the Sale .( (For FlBal DleekarareIB ) y
proposition
druggists here are kept busy,dispen hereunto subscribed. our name this Florida. I. ..d for Oweolai Ceert of C...," ........ Slate e(
reminds us of a circumstance that occurred sing freeione the recent discovery ofa Kth day of July A. D. 1918. C....,., I. Ckaateerr. Florida, Oaeeota ('..*.'. '
LICENSED EMBALMER IB .. Ketete .(
W. R. CRAWFORD .Fred Dealt ,
many years ago, in a city Cincinnati man, which is said to JOHN 8 CADET.U. .. R. P. H.._., e..al..... Notice A. .hereby given to all wham
where'wine was a great subject of loosen any corn so it lifts out with RATHER, 'VS.Mm. It mar' concern that on fie inth day '
i Store and Chapel Stewart AT*. the.fingers. -' E. .1.* LESLEY Catherine C. KB*> Baal Farmer of September A. D. UIIMI shell apply Y '
traffic. A noted citizen had in some J. WADE TUCKER, Meehaulm Kalleaal Baak ef I'heeIxvllle. to the Honorable T. r. Judge.
A quarter of an ounce cost very National of said Court, Judge Ofu
Fri RULL BASS. BBaylvaBla aa Probate for $
his
Klaelmniee. lost his entire fortune and
way little at any store that handles drugs STATE OF FLORIDA D..I.. C.r_......, DfBaaB my final discharge aa Adrrlnlatrator l
neighbors decided to present him but this is said to be sufficient to ridone's COUNTL OF 08CBOLA. of the estate of ..tPnI'r eaeedt
feet of hard soft HE IT KNOWN; That before me the FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGES and that at the lame will pre-
with hogshead of wine. The vesselwas every or corn
a undersigned officer authorised under sent to said Court my final accounts
M. TILLER placed in an old store house and or callus. the law. of Bald State to take acknowledgment It appearing b-affidavit appendedto aa Administrator of said estate., and 1
You apply just a few drops pn the ., personally appeared the bill filed In the above-itated ask for their approvaL
each one was to carry in their offer- tender aching corn or toughened cal John M. Lee, W. Ii Crawford John S.Cadel cause that Mrs Catherine C. Kulp, one Dated April Jlnd. A. n. flit .
O. H. Prather. J. Wade Tucker of the defendants therein named, la an, A IB. DnoUOHT. '
Real Estate Agency.nNae.aeee.aea..aea..aefaawl. I ing and empty it into this vessel. One lus and instantly the soivners is relieved E. L. Lesley, and Hull Bass, to me well resident of Kleelmmee, Oaceola coun- f-lam'mo. Administrator.,
.
\ man thought that among so many if and soon tho corn or callus is
+ so shriveled that it lifts out without -
he happend to carry in water it ,
and sold.
Realty bought
pain It is a tacky substance which 'I
House rented. would not be known but the trouble
and inflamesor
dries when applied never
Taxes paid and Titles verified 'was, all had been of the same opinion even irritates the surrounding skin. l uC 'a I

for non-residents. so that when the man who was to This Discovery will prevent thousands . '

be this donation of deaths annually from lockjaw
benefitted by came .
Fire, Lire and Accident 1- I and infection heretofore resulting "
to; examine it, he had all water and ...." "
surance. no wine. from the suicidal habit of cutting ,I ,f'a

Indemnity Bondi.ouk We had the pleasure one day last corns. W. .. s. ii

........... . .. .......... week of meeting our old friend Hon.A. HOW FAR. BEHIND

., E. Donegan. The usual smile THE BOYS ARE YOU l .
Serious Timely Questions 'i.
.... '
," ."k. <, illumined, his face, .uo a ,apparentare T ; .
., /c.' " MEATS ,( ji" ,
or anxiety resting there.1'! The from France, was apeaking: 'rre :, (', 4art iA ,
"
A ?e weu.ff9T Anances Georgia and Florida'' tried ""When I left for home," he said, ,

86V"JSUTt'Helt C t to set down .on' him, butindomitable "the boys over there ere feeling for Florida Citrus Growers

*ADEPT! e Arthur prepared them a cushion'with pretty blue, because they thoughtthat
you here in America ,wero not 4te'
N something likened to a mililon sayid
extending therefrom and backing them up as you ought. We i ,'11I' should Florida bear increased costs of production .... ,
spurs my had a pretty bitter winter over there. Why growers e i I.

private opinion publicly expressed is The weather was the coldest France I without corresponding increases in,the returns for fruit? .,p.

tat. that they have not found their peat has known in years. Many of us '
an one. '' were without proper food and cloth. : Why should they not be returned everY'cent of the money ,;"

Rain easy in abundance is the \ Ing. Some: were oven without shoes. : for which their crops are sold to wholesale fruit dealers, less ::1
responna '
None of us were complaining though, "
reasonable selling charges?
A BUTCHER WHO from section of the : : :
every county but the feeling that wh''n we were *K:

KNOWS HIS BUSINESS that we have heard from. Oranges doing: so much for you, you were not Why should they not be rendered account sales which show 1:

will be plentiful, grapefruit the same doing everything in your power to just how much their fruit brought in the market, when, where ,.: .;.

is in charge of this market. lie and the little old limes' comes rtiong hard.back us up sometimes bit in pretty and to whom sold, and what. has be'en! deducted' for selling? 4.;.

purchases only the finest meats as usual. My Impression is that the "We felt like the little Irishmanfelt Why should not grapefruit with their wonderful food and "f1f

and handles them In a manner general combination, corn, rtatj and in a Y. M, C. A. hut one evening.A . health value, bring as much money, as oranges, when consumers 1Q-:

.,.. that insures! their freshness when other grain will be .all that could be listen bunch to of us had gathered there to can use them to such advantage instead of foods that are scarce ? b
from America.
you welcome them' to your home. desired, and that Osceola's aid in a speaker
During the coura. of J.is lecture he Why should high prices for equipment and .' t
growers grove
7'r"
Our unfailing courtesy and .honest ending the war through Her productswill pay
said "
: supplies buying these individually and in small lots when by cooperating "' P.r ;.
methods appeal to -folks who believe be well proportioned to( her 'We in America are behind you ,

in getting their money's strength, and combining thij with boys to a man..' with other fruit producers end making quantity pur- -

worth of quality goods. the splendid report given In the hen my little Irish friend got up. chases they can save large sums? :v*"g''

U. S. Department of Agriculture, and 'Yes; he said, 'you're all behind us, ..' .
all right a h- of behind- '
a ways -
, which Rex receives weekly, don't believe 4,000( miles.:" : Increasing Costs of Producing Fruit ; rt1

starvation is close at hand. Are you that far behind "the' ,

., City Market We had the pleasure while in Or- boys ?" If you are, move up closer. Must be Met by Better Selling Methods

lando of staying at the Orlando Hotelon Put all your energy into this War .sal
I
Savings campaign. Save to the ut- 1
e south Church street. The splendid most of your ability and put your The coat of producing fruit it the battle fields of Europe the i ;;, '

4400P0440 ....o..o. .. .. accommodation was given at a savings into W. S. S., and. get every- increasing every year, and the forces of the allies are cooper- ti.i '

reasonable rate and we found the one else to do the same. Make "the' living expenses of growers are ating in complete harmony of \f:

4 proprietor and his assistant's gentle- boys" in France realize. that while higher than ever before. They plan and action. fiJ.'

jC.W.; GRIFFIN i manly and willing to give any information the spanned mileage by may your be willingness great, it is to easily help? must get more for their fruit Citrus must together .;;t. e
growers get
desired. The dining room at. Mf B. II* > " and save on supplies if they. are I

tached to the hotel was likewise KISSIMMEE., TAILOR MAKES to make "both ends meet." and stay together if theyare

Staple and FancyGROCERIES < \ reasonable in the charges, end the to have profitable groves. ' I
VALUABLE FIND Cooperation is the solution ol This lesson has been learned ".
cuisine splendid, and the young lady "After spending these of the and the benefits ':V.'
problems of
I j attached thereto that waited on us sopolitely and doctors in four years without growers cooperation :
-it has been tried and not who wf s;
has our sincere thanks. getting any benefit for stomach trou- proved by growers form the .....
> ' With everything at home moving ble and bloating I was induced by my found wanting. Thousands oi Florida Citrus Exchange.
druggist! to try Mayr's Wonderful fruit have been bene .-
I Free all Pub i i producers:
!
Delivery to like '
< clock work, our county and city Remedy and must say that a $1 bottle fitted by its practice and it will Stronger, better organized ,

| of the City \ officers in their places ready with has done me $500 worth of gcod." It do just as much for others. and .more efficient than ever be- i

I everything that courtesy could demand is a simple .harmless preparation that fore in the ten years of its existence t

I to tender any information removes the intestinal the catarrhal tract and allays mucus the from in- In the operation of the national . the Exchange offers to . k

called for, and attend to any'lidslnesl flammation which causes practicallyall government in these crit other growers the same advAn- y.

GOODTO THE LAST DROP you may have for their departmentswith stomach, liver and intestinal ailments ical times cooperation is play tages. It will save them money

alacrity, and promptness; our including appendicitis. One ing a most important part. On and get them better prices. ';,
merchants thevery/ princes of unban. dose will convince 'or money refunded.J. '
Z. Roberson druggist. .
MflXVELLHOUSE ity; our hotel proprietors the most
Additional information cheerfully supplied and any specific ques:1Y
Y careful of hosts
tflxat we, are we represented can hardly in realize the LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTSNOTICE tions answered if you will write the Florida Citrus Exchange Tam-a:

worlds greatest, war. Yet such is pa:, Florida, or call I 011. / ,;

life. Some must rejoice: while others ) OF INCORPORATION 1 .r
mourn for the loss o.f friends Notice.I* hereby given that th. un- '
COFFEE and re deralgned will" on the ISth day of AUguat L. A. HAKES, Mgr. Orang? County Citrus Sub-Exchange
i lativea. We muss accept the compensation A. D. ItlS, apply to the Judge of r u
for the cause the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judllclarcircult Orlando, Fla ,.,
they fight
of the State of Florida. In .
for will last forever. The all absorbing for a Charter 4y''
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{ ASK YOUR GROCER rOJra 1:01tt.yp Company. y'
war subject: baa,eo engrossed I a copy of which" Charter la hereto aDn..d. '

Rex's. mind this morning that every I CHARTER. or' THUS JLKB PARK ,.
OrovV.Tasteless.. chill Tonic attempt to refer to other matters appears COlD-ANY III .
Article of Aaeoclatloa entered Into s
.th..w.dat serms which are traaamkud to terminate in son way to th... Ith day of July A. D. 1516 by J'
j.' '40 Lh1 blood by the Malaria Mowtulto. FrlcIOa 1M war. I' I and between John M. Lee W. B. Craw jJ'
i'l'! II ford, ,John. 8.. Cadel. O. H.' Prather. 3 j of ,1
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EIGHT'' THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY JULY 19, 1918
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, t RED CROSS NOTESRed 1 so. They can lend their money for 8 ,
and 10 per' cent, or Invest it where :
Cross Scrgioal Dressing: rooms they can. make more, than this,. and '
Osceola Hardware Co. open Wednesday and Thursdayopen they consider it too much of a sacrifice "

Wednesday and Thursday mornings to lend it to the government at = OUR =,
and'all day Friday. More workers 4 per cent.
are' greatly needed in this department This demand upon us cannot be
Located on Kissimmee's''n A number of lades: who have met without sacrifice that will be

U S IE S T CORNER been most faithful id this serviceare keenly felt, but this i i. a time for
d going north next week for the keenly] sacrificing for the cause of

'summer ,end it is imperative that right. The men in the battle line In i Sale !
others supply their places France have given up their] business Big Shoe
' It it worth While to in and line of Dressers We have
atop see our A box of cotton pads were shipped<1 at home and are facing death, and
fi them in all styles and finishes; mirrors big, and mirrows little, and to hcadpuarters Monday containing ,those who have gone down in deathare

J filled to' all tastes and pocketbooks. about 1500 pads, 8x12. 'This completes already numbered! by the tt\ous-

i- the' allotment for May-end the ands; and we wjio are at home '
Take a few minutes>'ofl and study on how, to keep your kitchen "faithful few" ere beginning the ought,to sacrifice keenly and meet '
cool and comfortable during the hot season. Let us give you 'a pointeruse June supplies. Them is plenty 'of e.very call of the government that a IS STILL ON
an oil stove. We handle the Perfection, the Puritan and the material on hand for'this work and speedy victory 'may crown our efforts

Detroit Vapor Stoves., and they are all/ the best of their\ kind. every woman' 'In Kissimmea who can and that as many lives' as possiblemay i ,

-'r--- --- do so, should spend t some time each be saved.

We have just gotten some large Bread Raisers with ventilatingtops. week at the work room. Those: who are not willing to make Come and buy. ; now; or you will have
,The girls; of the Patriotic League sacrifices are not patriots, and shouldso -
.. They are! made of block tin and perform their work perfectly. .
'' They will,raise your''bread,with all the known and unknown war sub- aro1' setting 'a praiseworthy example acknowledge themselves; .and to pay much higher
in this matter, and: J have volunteered] stand out in line and .be branded as
stitutes in it; and that's sure going, somel! j( I .
( for Minkio
service
Gardner "Blaekers.v
: Misses ''
,_ Have i it. 4 '
a try at later.' --
I Cornelia Lancaster, .Jettle.Wilson and >*. W. B. WITHERSPOON., prices ,
Grace Eleanor] Graves, are working 'VI 11. e.
Solarine is a splendid metal polish in liquid form, for gold, silver in the hospital supplies and Misses MANY MEN ARE NEEDED 'SALE C'LOSE.S
brass and nickle articles. -Then there is'the O. V. 0.;polish' in paste Norma Griffin, Mary Tiller, GerlieBullock. AT SAVANNAH SHIPYARDSA
form that gilts an exquisite luster without danger'' of scratching the Margaret Stanford, Elizabeth -
most delicate surface. We sell them both. subscriber! \ to the' Gazette writes -
WiUliamclta
Lodbeticrt Dorothy ,
Wells
, Sib'ort nnd Mary Singletary, the, following ]letter concernIng' ,work Saturday July 27th
-*" in the ship ynrdsuat: Savannah:
WHAT OUR OFFICE DOG THINKSIt in the Surgical.! ,
Savannah, Ga., July 14, 1918.
is, easier to add vice, than' to take Mrs. N. C. Bryan, who is Supervisor The the Gazette.I .
Editor of Valley
advice. ) tf fJ| the' woman's work, and in direct i- .
Dear Sir
charge'cf: tho makingof ]hospital I : '

The purchase-of a brass drum is" j supplies, has been I, compelled: to close The of ship men yard of ,' 'comparatively are in apersonse all Here's' What Y-ou Save : ,
not necessarily a sound investment. the work icon on a-'Cvt'nt of no' ,
trades. Carpenters die in demand as I '
material], but a quantity of outing
r 'jl there are three enterprises about LOWSHOES
new
i MEN
Another dog and I had a /fight the was'found at.a small town near here start Shipbuilding FLORSHEIM FOR
to up. The Terry .
other day. He played Kaiser to my and the 1'00011} are again thrown openand I ICp. has $350,600 $8.00 Flofshcim shoes '6.45
l Belgium. Since then I've had the machines are kept humming secured a I now $
a won. nation from the Government'approP-j' ..
drous for that throughout tho day. 7.50 5.85
sympathy unhappy coun "'. S. g. building of industrial homes, work to '-I' -
try. , begin immediately] three million
+ 1 4 ; a-
MRERY BIRTHDAY .'ARTY I II dollar dry dock is to be built near the DOUGLAS LOW SHOES FOR MEN

+ city construction to be in full swing t
Robert Mach delightfully entertained ; 8.00 Shoes, reduced to 6.35
aiillion dollar fabricated I
within
o month a
his friends Wednesday after- ; - .. 5.35
_
steel plant /a now being built 7.00 ,
Osceola Hardware Co. noon at his home on Emmett street Savannahnow
at the Terry Shipyard. .. .: I
u .
,
i in honor of his sixth birthday. The practically has a sure chance of 6.00 4.75 R

young folks were entertained with securing a cantonment to house 5.50 I' .' 465
i games, music and dancing, after ..
.
about 50,000 men. ]It is plain to be .. '
,-- which refreshments of cream and seen from this that these new enterprises 5.00 ., .. 4.15

..tttoooo.ooo..o.oooo.t.o.ooooooo..oO.- j J cake were served. Conspicu ous must' have men. ,4.50. .' 3.65
i among the refreshments were a pretty The National Shipbuilding Co. now ,
pink and white birthday cake .. .. : .
has in its employ about eight hun 4.00 .' 3.35
I $ Society Notes $ with six candles. Those enjoying the dred carpenters, and continues to .. .. "
3.50 3.15
[party were, Patsy Carroll and Joyce call for more in order to rush construction ,

Makinson, Virginia, Gereldine, India of the sea-going barges ;JOO., to 2.75
:;, (Mrs. E.: E. Wells, Editor.) arid Edith Lesley, Evelyn] 'and How they are building. Fourteen of'these F FALL

,c ard Elam] Margarett Dann, James barges, valued at $30,000 each, have QUEEN QUALITY SHOES For WOMEN
Request U made to afl patrons of tkt Valley Gazette to send item and Marion Grano, Clara and Joe already been landed, and there are at

,'+ .f Society Event to the Editor for publication la these column.I Tucker, Dick and .Al lergero, Geneva least a dozen under construction' on $16.75\ and 7.00 Shoes reduced to' 5.85 -
J, Roberson, Everlyn and Maynard
the same ways. .
,
I Paulk] Joe Jeffords., Eleanor] and Alta The Foundation Shipbuilding Co. 6.50 4.85
..tO .o.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Ot tOoo OOO.ooooooooo oo.ooo..
Ruth Overstreet Russell and
Harry "
has a contract for building thirty-six 6.00 i 4.75
J Maude Alice and Adah C. Wagner Lee Swain. French mine all steel vessels
' FOR MRS. GEORGE GARDNER I sweepers ..
rw, sang pleasing] vocal numbers. A 5.00 3.85
,i + + 'r t and is negotiating a contractfor
One -of the m.o.t' brilliant events of reading by Mrs. J. Earl Lupfer gave +I BARBER-THOMAS WEDDING forty more. Three Kissimmee 4.50 '- 3.75

;, the sea.on'was the reception given just the needed touch of humor to Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock] toys.are employed in this yard and .

ly,Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck.Saturday this charming afternoon.The 'at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Gill are mak'ing good' wages. Millions of All White Shoes 25 Per Cent Off
ternoon at her home,on Brack street I refreshments, a dainty ice Thomas, at Kissimmee Park, was the dollars have been expended in snaking -;; , 1
v complimentary to her sister, Mrs. course, conformed to the color scene of a very pretty wedding when this' yard a permanent one. '
George Gardner, nee' Miss Mary Dixcn. -' scheme, and were served by Mrs: Miss 'Pearl Thomas became the brideof There are several other smaller Great Reduction in Childrens' Shoes j

. , '. Nellie Regero, Mrs. L.. H. Ingram, Don! Barbeiy-: ", ,,, ; |\ ', shipyards but those mentioned above .
The pleasant rooms of the 'Wood- Mrs. G. W.' Persons'and Miss Mamie .The ceremony performed" t! ( t are the ,most' important, all of
beck home were used ensuite and Pilley. ...t'"' "<;,"' '<, '\>,' J*" ft ,,y: was j by them are under special government '
I Rev, Joseph Engie, in;the,presence:of
elaborately] decorated in bamboo and The guest list included the follow- relatives and near'friends of the*hap contracts. The Terry Co is to build H: C. STANFORD CO., '
n quantities of pink' roses. A great ing: Mrs. Edgar Katz, Mrs. How py couple. ten; 35,000 ton wooden cargo ships,
r ., arm full of these beauties, a gift I ard Katz, Mrs. J. S. Cadel Mrs. E. L. Immediately after the ceremony' steel frame, and hull and ten 75,000 l'l'J
t 'from Mrs. J. Wade Tucker, who was Lesley] Mrs. J. Earl Lupfer, Mrs. elaborate dinner was served. steel tank'ships; the National Co. to a
unable to be present, centered the Nellie Regero, Mrs. Wood Tyner, Mr. and Mrs. Barber will make build all the sea-goirig targes they t
table] IB the enclosed veranda, where Miss Ruby Ellis, Mrs. Vera! Ellis, their home in Kissimmee Park. can construct; the 'Foundation Co. to tr
the (hostess received her guests and Mrs. Charles Bandy, Mrs. Sam Lup -w.S.Pr build thirty-six mine ..sweepers. )
presented them to the honoree. fer, Jr., Mrs. L. II. Ingram, Mrs. G. WE OUGHT ,TO DO BETTER A man with a strong arm can command

This color scheme made a harmon- W. Persons, Mrs. Otis Stevens, Mrs. Many of our people are doing heroic enormously high wages with a .
ous background for the' beautiful] N. C. Bryan, Miss Ouda: Malloy, Mrs.P. sacrificing in ,order 'to purchase little experience as a 'helper first. t
gowns of the hostess, a creation of K4 Weaver, Mrs. W. H. Boice, Miss War Savings Stamps, and thus help Carpenters, machinists, bolters, riveters Do'ri't Forget ToGo ToFloyd's 2_

pink georgette, beaded with pink and Frances Bay, Mrs. S. B. Aultman] the government to win the war, but steelworkers] blacksmiths] office -, ,
steel heads worn over pink taffeta, Mrs> E. E. Wfells, Mrs, Lane Paulk, there are those who are not doing men, electricians plumbers, pipe
,and of the honor guest, a green georgette Mrs. C. E. Gardner, Miss Eehel Rob- their duty. In fact there are some flitters, lumber men, loftsmen and Cash
combined with taffeta, with a erson, Mrs. C, II., Summers, Mrs. that are not doing anything. Theyare practicaly] every other class of workers
delicate traceryof beads giving the Lewis O'Bryan, Mrs. Milton Pledger, saying by their actions, "Let are represented in the "want .
-desired touch of color.i Mrs. D. 'G. Wagner, and daughters, George do it.", ads" in apere., ,
During the receiving hours, -4 to 6 'Misses Maude Alice and Adah C. A community that donated $80,000to Of course it is understood that
I 'o'clock: general conversation alter Wagner, Mrs. B. C. Elam] Mrs C. II. the Red'' Cross can put $264,000 if .anyone expects to have a job offered :- Grocery

nated with a delightful program Burrows, Miss 'Mildred Turville, Miss 'into War Savings Stamps if it wants him, he is going to remain idle,
when Miss Ruby Ellis rendered a Marian Purer, Miss Mamie Pilley, to do so. The trouble is that thereare and if a man asking for work appears
beautiful piano selection] and Misses and Mrs. Holmes Pratlier. too many that do.not want to do to be trifling, he is turnedaway. For- Your Groceries and Fresh Meat .

-- ---.- The shipyards wants workers,
not idlers] and although there lire a ,
Few exceptions every man feels it '
r his duty to do his share of 'the work We carry a full line of Fancy j

'every day; no one loafs on the job. '
It isn't required that a man over- and Family Groceries, and

work himself, just so he keeps! plugging .

p .. ... '. along, his place with the company you will find our delivery '
is secure.
,;ri .
w. ".a.-- service
x prompt
+ CHRISTIAN CHURCH x
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to Your Wife 11:00 10:00-Sunday:: -Sermon. School. > and-efficient.

Explain i 6:45-Y. P. S. C. E. .
7:30-.Sermon. GET OUR PRICES ON FEED
Prayer meeting'' (each Wednesday
X evening 7:30. L.. A. S. each Thurs. f
The convenience and satisfaction there i ia in conducting herhousehold day. Phone 176 ,

Junior C. E. each Friday at 9:00:
financial matters on a business basis. We deliver inside the We
a. m. city. appreciate your orders
Young Ladies' Circle meets each
t i Paying household bills by check puts housekeeping .on'a' businesslike second Sunday. v

footing. It provides system and promotes economy. C. W. B. meets the first Fridayin
each month.Church.Board. PRESBYTERIAN LADIES AIDA The Joy of Living.To .

i ax lt Household accounts are invited :?&,*.? meets "hrst Sunday most interesting program will enjoy life we must have good
: ? afternoon each month. health.. No
one can reasonably hope
be given: at the Chapter House, Friday
You invited tq our to get much real pleasure out of life
are cordially
,
t !{ service July 26, at 8 o'clocjc, by Miss when his bowels] are clogged] a good
Carrie Sfceduan, and two otheo young aharo of the time and the poisons that
t 31-tf. W. H.Coleman, Pastor. ladies of Deland assisted by Misses should be expelled are absorbed into
Helen Bass and Makinson. the system, producing headache And
An
Amy
TIle Strong Withstand tile Heat o!
indigestion. A few doses
1'' WS.S. Summer Bettor Than the Weak Ice cream course will. be served. berlain'o Tablets of Cham
will
a to au am arm move the bow.
.. Citizens i Bank Old people who aro feeble.. ana yooaser people Everybody cordially invited. A silver els,'strengthen the digest a and give '
*' who are week,wW Mrvnftkeood ao4 enabled toea offering will be takeIt ,\. you chance to realize the real joy
;*UU> TMB. thrash It depreoela*heat of jammer by tak- **> ....8 of living. Try it. I':r

'f ,,. '\ .. UNITED GOVERNMENT STATE.t .tag GROVE'S enrlcbe.tile TASTELESSchlllTONIC.blood ojid tmlld up tho. whole ItpurUeond system. the men in our army and navy w,.. ..
;,E OF KISSIMMEE Yoe eu toon lid u Su ottbwh/.lavyor. can do without luxuries we at home Thrift and patriotism are' synoriy.mous. .

.... .', e, .., ,ailed Elect eon I certainly] can. ",, # __ ___.I:..r..j ill
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