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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: July 26, 1918
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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MAYOR J WATSON OF MIAMI I. THE PATRIOTBy 'I OFFICIALS FLORIDA CITRUS .



PAYS GLOWING TRIBUTE ZIM EXCHANGE PRAISE MILLER ,




THE MEMORY OF J. M.. BUY YURTffT ': AND PLANO OF LOCAL..... .' -. EXC.


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Miami, Fla., July 23! 1918.--shall do him no injustice 'ETA Eat The meeting. of the growers of this less than his produce Is worth and

I. To the} Kissimmee Valley: Gazette: he was not a finished' sch $DFIi section held at the Citrus Exchange will continue to do so till he concentrates -' +
9 not claim 'it, his school f packing house Friday morning: when his strength.No .
very great country recognizes AV dull Srdlp r
:was' limited, But he ec the officials of the Florida Citrus Exchange Miracle.,
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and honors"its great, men. 'I con.bider dent i in' that'' volume of "were present to( discuss mat The Florida Exch.nge.h. .said can ,

-John M. Lee to have been one knowledge that he'was /I ters'of vital interest to the fruit industry not perform miracles and cannot se

44. lorida'e great ,men.< I was uhockaVmd and never learned in" / F Y was well attended and the euro a good' price on a poor market,
saddened thread of his death commanding deep interest that marked the open or bring a good price for poor: fruit JI
which occurred in Orlando Monday, splendid physique was an II ing: of the session continued. to' its but can accomplished Infinitely more
f July 15th; last, and for some time to diction of a keen close. in combatting the difficulties before
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come tears will dim the. eyes of strong mind., J.I I Reed Curry, of Tampa organizer the growers( of Florida this .comlns-
many, as they recount the kind 'words The most kind hearted s' / for the state exchange presidedat season than would be 'possible 'to

and' ,deeds of him. lIis. Hfe 'was one sentially of the people and c the' meeting and introduced ,the them laboring tinglehanded., The history .
of service, in the true sense of the the, poor, a plain, speakers. of the Exchange's work for the
word. whose home his friends f Dr.: .J, H.,, Ross, 'of Florence-Villa,, last season showed what this concen '
As a friend and admirer I pause I welcome r president of the state organization trated effort could do under adverse's
for a few moments to render< slight "He was..''a friend ,of truth ,/ the first speaker, .made a pleasing circumstances; the traffic depart
'r tribute to 'him. : sincere Impression 'on' his audience by congratulating ment alone, was a wonderful object ft 4,1,
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When I first went to .x1.t imm o, In honor i ',4' -*the b eaT exchange, on lesson'in the way,of achievement, he
February 14th, 1884, John M. Lee Who broke no promise SO having for its president, B. C. Miller\ ,' said- $
was one of my 'first acquaintances, he' ends- sIdl / /" / who, he >said, "has made good," and Knowing what growers would be '
was at that time clerking for T. A. Sought no title and '' also the manager C. H. Piano on up against this fall he pronounced it i,
Bass, and from that day till the day friends," the record he had established' He, "simple suicide" for each one to fight .
of his death, personally we!were He was a'devoted' and predicted that much good would', on'his own hook. Continuing> he ;
good friends. There seemed ',tobe band, and affectionate come of the united efforts of the said: "The officers in the Exchange
something abort him that appealed friendly neighbor, and! a Ivim' growers here and without doubt are your people hired to carry out
"to me as being a man of ability and gentleman. lie was big things were in store for them. your will and to bring the best possible .. 4,
1 integrity: Politically, at times, we advanced in all other lIe spoke at length of the state organization results to you. This co-operation ;,
differed and he was a factor to be fashioned In his religious ,- calling 1 it the growers' I will put the full meaning into, the, ti
is isreckoned with in every contest. ..Heexpressed that possibly accounted best i friend,and dwealt upon the necessity !two biggest words in the English language
his thoughts 'with clear. ged honesty. He lived of their organizing. for a more ;. ,- Service and ''Co-operation.
des and his; logic seemed convincing, and when the time came b y, Eugene Zimmerman to the National Security League' Cempelgn' of concerted'.action. He said the time C. E., Stewart business manager of.

+ and was always courteous. He wall ready ton go. Patriotism Through Education. should be passed when a speculatorcould the state organization made a plain; w.'
a. hard hitter but never an unfairone. I admire him becr.use of come intoa section and practical talk, telling the' men assembled
He and I had many a lively tilt, did courage and open make more out o a crop than that the Exchange was del '"
have taken and given many hard and my associations with I SEARS URGES TRAVEL the man who 'toad labored fora signed, to' "iron out the rough places

blows, but they never left a sore ways be a pleasant I year and borne the .,.finan where the going.. a little hard", taw
spot on either. the very birth of O cial burden of maintaining the .and said they were'to !keep well in
He was not only a man of'a high John Lee has been ever AS FUEL SAVER grove. He said that war conditions mind that the organization''was own..' '
type of character and sterling qualities moting and developing i. TO FLORIDA demanded that every, man become a ed and controlled by themselves. He

t but WM sociable courteous, terest and she can ill *. .atx .. patriot and. the most practical demonstration stated that in some instances lass '
at
. broadminded,. obliging find loyal to him, indeed, it will\ take --- -- of patriotism was to season fruit sold 'a. low u $2.20 per
J his friends. Though modest and unassuming man to take his place. D. C., July 'legislative" matters affecting his district eliminate the profiteer and make as box, .when it was,'worth $6.00 and j
he was a man of. action of Always interested in "Joe" Sears has 23.--oon-\\ be expects to be back in Washington much as possible to support the. Liberty asked them to'draw their own con,

,firm determination to do justice to of the rising generation, Before leaving in a couple of weeks. He., is Bonds and W. S.. S. work and clusions' He explained the workingsof
all; he was a logical and convincing strong advocate of better said he' would have preferred for planning to drive back over the road other war measures. He said no the organisation?.saying 'it was
talker, of sound judgment and firm Let us, like him,seek to remain in Cession 'rather with his family and will 'devote the ,other medium offered the 'grower Impossible for the grower. to sell directly ;
convictions; a result, he honorably tle children, the good will take the continuing recess, as he moat -of'the recess' to office work on such'support as the Florida Exchange to the kitchens where. the fruit
succeeded In fulfilling. the duties incumbent women( that our lives may several important measures that correspondence with his con tltuten.ta with, its 8000 agent operating was' consumed. The housewives demand (
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upon him. spiration ,and our memory wished to 'press for,-early passage. ,and 'preparation for, several .impor solely for the benefit of the grower an all-yearsupply-he, said'and
John Lee was endowed by nature tion. a ,majority of Congress seemed tant,war, bills 'which has been entrusted and with the one object to secure to provide this a wholesaler and'r-,
wUh.a. well poised brain >la brave x John Lee loved .. for a recess, however, he to .blm. He has also a great a.. ."square dealt for him. tail dealer were necessary. He
hit, and a' genial temperament.', beautiful\ little city he ( not. interpose any objection, es-:deal of material to attend to as chairman Cooperation is the nation's strength, placed'stress upon' the fact; that the
H. forged his way upon his own mer much for, so it was, House Leader Kitchen and of the committee on ,ducation.One he said and I Its energies are being Exchange operted'.t actual cost and
'I'n'
it from ordinary conditions without' that be was laid to rest other members of the Ways and II of the matters' considerable rapidly gathered under one manage, not one cent's profit was made..
money or influence to one of usefulness I cemetery that overlooked' committee explained that the- timely interest of the people of his ment. Every industry is thoroughly He told of the Exchange Supplyyf P

I fame and fortune. The.domain, surrounded by ._ woold help them to whip into district on -which I Congressman Sears organized with the exception of the Company which operates for the benefit
f, of-his personal and, political strength friends, and amid a more expeditiously the new has been working for several week. farmer, who i., practically the only of the grower; giving them the' /<

,! lay in the hearts of the common people beautiful flowers there t. revenue bill which is [Is' to encourage,tIbe 'people''to god::to class..of producers endeavoring to opportunity to,but their supplies ,at ;
"They who wear theIr stars not,I(peace,for evermore. moet important and pressing busi Florida for.the winter. He has pre- operate individually. There is no ".- 1
on their hearts but in them.", I JOHN W.' before Congress. pared for the Fuel Administration doubt that he is, exploited and gets ) (Continued.. On Pap Eight.; ) t
--------------- .--- - - - - - statistics what saving of
: route to his home in Kisslmmee showing a
Sears will stop at Camp fuel it would accomplish. He has supplied -
'I r MORE MONEY RECEIVED to visit his secretary Lacy the Fuel: Administrator with DISTRICT HEALTH OFFICER HAS !

who is now( a private in the figures on: boW Florida can feed the
service. visitors with perishablegarden
Congressman Sears has. had truck to be had only in that climateat 1
; LOAN KISSIMMEE
FOR
FARM no vacation since he came that season, thus conserving the WARM PRAISE

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for overseas supply.He
Congress, and has been away from staple products '\
during the past year, has furnished still other figures 1'
Additional- approvals for farm the 'brief but strenuous days of to the Railroad ''administration on I Dr. A. :C. Hamblin, district health /

loans continue to be received by the campaign he hopes to get a few, what an all-round saving it would bon NAVAL RECRUITING officer of the Board of Hearth, who(
Secretary fit' the Kissimmee National rest. traffic if those who can are encouraged OFFICERS HERE was a visitor to Kissimmee Friday tend
Farm Loan Association from the account of the heavy mail com to go to Florida early this Saturday of last week was warm

Federal Land Bank at' Columbia S. ,, to his office in I connection with winter before the railroad congestionoccurs. Mack L. Lance, M. M. I. C., of the In his praise of the Kissimmee Boardof a
'7 fG. Fifteen loans amounting to $28- w i measure he has put through 'the He expects to have favorable Naval Reserve District No. 7, with Health for the wonderful improve.
025 have so ear been received. $20- r I ) of vocational' training of the I reports soon from. the various, federal headquarters at Key West with sea- ment which has been wrought in the
900 additional has been approved; and victims and other Important officers. man Joseph O. Leverton, who are recruiting -,sanitary) conditions here since his
the money will be available as soon H U u ------ P'p--- for this department of Uncle 'last visit. H e commended them for' i

as the 'titles have ben examined and MAKES'STRONO Sam's service, was in town Wednesday the work( done in catting the. weeds- r
declared satisfactory. The local loan VARNEY looking over the situation cleaning the ditches and oiling the
committee is now looking at properties ; VOTE betweenthe spots where mosquitoes are apt to
C PLEA FOR PROHIBITION Th y are enlisting men
offered by eleven more prospec ages of 18 ''and 35, and desire to breed. Dr. Hamblin remarked that H:
4 tive borrowers who desire $35,200. see one Who would be interested the condition in the mosquito situation (
a Under a recent ruling it is no longer .d Mecca Marie Varney, orator, the Patriotic any was noticably improved even toa
of
the
sung by girls In this service, Saturday morning, on I
necessary to go to( the expense of securing chautaiiqua worker, frater League, assisted by Mrs. P. K. Wea their return visit here. The pay 'I stranger and must be a source of !
club woman and student 'of comfort to the residents here.. p;
a new abstract where parties crest
I ver and directed by Miss Beals in this department varies from $32.00to
already'have one that will answer the economics( lectured to an for I While here Dr. Hamblin met informally .
which made' fitting beginning $83.00 month with the usual
per ti
purpose. Persons contemplating 'join( audience at the' Dixie with the City Board of Health
her splendid lectures "extras.
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.. Monday night and from the to consider problems which might
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lag the association should communi. .', / any
W. S.8. + Is Avon
Officer Lance from Park
i cate immediately with the Secretary /. stand Tuesday night. I. confront that body and offer the expert
; : BOY SCOUTS QUALIFY and seaman Leverton from Paterson, I .
has who is of the ti
a advice
A. :E. Thomas, in order to take advantage Mrs. Varney a son I sanitary
of the present opportunityto in the Italian Aviation AS W. S. S. SALESMENThe California. engineer of the State Board of

get loans through in the shortest in Italy; her husband, Chaplain They have established a recruiting Jealth. George M. Simmons who was
possible time, u_, the Federal Lnnd served as chaplain during Boy Scouts of this city under office at Orlando, and work from that also in the city. ? .
Appraiser will doubtless be1 sent here Spanish-American war, and as the leadreship of Attorney Pledgerare point visiting Haines City Bartow, The Kissimmee Board 'of Health
within the next few weeks to approve LIEUT. W. J.STEED expresses,It, "she is fairly satu- rapidly fulfilling their pledge of Winter Haven and other points in a which is just beginning, its labors in

actions of the local loan,'commlt- with patriotism. Since her 100.00 to the War Savings Depart publicity camp lg1I.w. the city includes in its personnel: the
it'the. la token of. their voluntered for service Mrs. Var ment and are adding to their honorsas ..a sanitary committee of the, city council

TALK!! .diligent and painstaking has give her time and her splen stamp salesmen each, day.A FINE SHEEP RECEIVED BY B. E. Halley Roma Thomas and
'l',;* PRO-GERMAN NOTTOLERATED ability into doing her full share serial "Boy Scouts to the Res OSCEOLA COUNTY RANCHMENA Dr. W. W. Carson the city physician, I f
HERE ing them to -hio. ,tlae' winning the war. 'She Is a cue" which, has been booked for Wednesday Dr. T. M. Rivers and the city- Mar-

',; One of Kle' mmee's citizens with a hit sight made np a parse / powerful speaker, and her nights Is through the courtesy li shipment of fine blooded Lincoln ,shall, G. W. OverstreetW. .
received this .. .__
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in. by -
ih Kissimmee aroused great benefit rams were express,
j I\decidedly pro-German'' name was ty dollars with which to The undivided attention of of Manager for the Woodbeck boys and, a for the week to be aecd in grading up Osce Information has been received by

'\linking some very derogatory remarks military watch and kit audience and the frequent ap Alternately girl scouts. The film is arranged' in ola county flocks. These rams cost relatives In r[iKissimmee of the safe arrival
about the Allied army in a de- ,
. I' dedly pro-German accent this 'week Steed, who recently were tributes to her excep five episodes and is attracting in $50 each and Cattle two Company of them:were and for overseas of Capt. Marion ''B. 4
Carson one
a fellow workmen on a painting Naval Reserve and expects: power tereet among 'the older as well as tlje ''Ca.raon", A statement was recently
each for Rull Bass, Ed. Whaley and
b in which they were engaged, con. ed to the colors aboat the Mrs Varney appeared here undtr among the young folks as it Is educational Sam Story Unfortunately one tat published th it Captain M. B.'Carson
auspices of the W. C. T. U, and and entertaining. It was ;' ..'
that this climate is :
need him unavorable *
Lieutenant Steed and)
ust.' the other them was juried in transit and died had been promoted to Major,
, to that kind of talk. The a strong, logical appeal, to impossible to book the film any
n with the pro-German name, ac-.e'nt tiring fa Us1 effort. to of the country to make Flori ,night than Wednesday in order to accommodate shortly after"arriving here; while it is supposed to have referred .: CI'
.. who Roll Bass also received, nineteen t oMarion the family have received A, .
and is wearing one eye pay military field ... dry ct the next election.! the people, atten\\ the
opinions: '
r a' sling 'and Is carrying around men desired to show their Mrs. Vamey's lecture 'Was preced weekly prayer meetings a matinee is! Shropshire .rams; which' will be placed-, no definite Information ,to that -;..t'j:afact. / 4,

" her reminders of the incident. {is .thiswa .. '- -v I by the camp .anI!! trench songs f shown and two night shows. ; with his flock. I .r ':.a, ...... "t.'I\

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRID Y. V
L V _ _ JULY %8, 1918 "

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Arnold A MacDonourh ........,? OAt) id: and kdopted: .

I I[ Proceedings of the County Commissioners I City The BU board Cloud adjourned road tax.until 1917.9 tm.l e. in.,I Whereas determined; it has by been the ascertainedand Board of

July 2nd. County Commissioners that it will be ,

The board met at 9 a, m.., July 2nd, necessary to raise amounts by tax- oJ
Xissimmee, Fla., July 1st, 1918 P. P. 200.00; J. W. Thompson, cof- a full board being present. action for the current year in the fol.

The Board of County Commissioner fin and burial of McLeod $18.50; A. The board wan called. to order by lowing funds, respectively, for county -

; in and for Osceola county, M. Story, for clothes ,for McLeod the Chairman. purposes designated as: .
V Florida met in regular session at 10 burial, $1.55; Lupfer & Prather for Mr. Z. Bass came before the boardin *
$35.00. fleneral revenue fund _.__$SS.OOO.00Kins ..V
delivery of ballot boxes the interest of Mr Z. --
W. Bass
.. m. on the above date. The mem- and 'forfclturn fund.___ .250.00
fcers of the board present, were, 'Ernest The board instructed the Clerk to and advised them that the assess Road and brldv fund_______ 18.76000 V / ,
Mach chairman, E. L. D. Over- deposit amount of money, $4.04 ment of property of Mrs. Bass was Hpoolal publicity fund ___n_ t.tOO.OO '

: street, J. K. Hflliard, A. F. Bass and found on body of W. H. McLeod by too high it' appearing she ;wts: not Tick Hard eradication surface road tundun nun. 10000.00 15.000.00 \ ,

B. II. Guy, commissioners; Milton coroner and delivered with papers' in allowed widow exemption, but Mr. County school fund-- ________ 36.00000
f Pledger, attorney for the board and connection with trial of care In W. I. Barber being present, advised Rftlremtn fund, dU No. 1.- 6.>>00.00
V Interest fund ._ ______, 6.7000
board the board that the had ----
J. L. Overstreet clerk. The fund. exemption
general .revenue Retirement fund, die No. 2__ 9.0000
was called to order by the Chairman Mr. Pledger called attention of the been allowed. Interest fund __ ____.-______ 18.5000
4 I / The case of Crawford, vs. Osceola Retirement fund, dl. No. 1__- 2.0(10.011
and the minutes of the June meetinewere Acts of 1917
board to Chapter 7369 Interest fund ____ 11,7110.00) .
county et. al.! was taken up, ,and,the n ---,---- "
read and approved. relating to raising of the U. S. flagon !
Mr. Lewis appeared be- matter of payment end costs as submitted Ha It rpaolvpd, that the following
f and
O'Bryan
public buildings suggested Mr.: John P. be real
by Wall attorney uma levied on and persona
q fore the board and presented a petition that they make it one of the conditions for the complainant and dismissalof properly in, Osceoln county, Florida: V h
for organization of Osceola 1 :
that the Home guards raise
the suit discussed and
Guards whereupon theboard upon mo (tleneral revenue fund, 6 millsFine '
County .
antt, lower the flag as directed by tion of '
E.
made order commissioner L. D. Ovetdstreet and forfeiture fund 1H mills.Road :4
'ap
approving
an said statute seconded by commissioner B. and bridge fund IK'" mills.Hpeclal ;:

V,; plication for organizetion- as prayed MI'. GilliAn: : !ia nnnparpil before. the II; Guy, and carried. The'Clerk' 'was publicity fund % milL ..' .
for in Hard surface road fund 7 mills.
petition.Commissioner -
A-V F. Bass made a board a 'cin-'ked-'aem; ;' ; not to retain instructed to ascertain the amount of Tick eradication 2 mills -"" j .
but 5 per cent of the amount due him costs in. said case, and drew a "warrant '. County school fund, '7 mills. :" V
motion that J. L.Overntreet as clerk Retirement fund.din. No. I. S<,4 uillzs.Interest .. "
,of for the .
for total amount work completedon amount to be deliveredto
of the board of commissioners; be appointed fund. die No. ,I. 1'%' mills. ,'" .
from the the Sbinlle- Creek road. On mo. Mr/ Wall upon dismissal of:, the Retirement fund. dls No 2. 4 5i mills. .
representative .
a
as tion of commissioner, B. II. Guy, seconded Intfrpst fund die No.2. S M mills. I. ... ;'
board, to act with committee from by commissioner J.. K Milliard suit.Mr.. Bert "Arnold appeared V V before Retirement fund,' dls. No. 3 3H mills.Int."t .t; . 1\\
fund die No.3. 1 mills
in the of outfit I' .
1 organization motion purchase seconded J. and carried)r request was granted and the board and ,presented a' petitionfor The following. additional !levy: was ."" ,... ... V.
for guards; by the Clerk requested taf draw a war a road, begining at west end of ordered in Special Tax School Districts .'
:
; V K. Milliard, and carried. rant on the H. S. R.' Fund, for $2160.. Flaglor avenue, in Keiumsville, and
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Miss Albina Smith appeared before V Nos. 1, 2 and 3, 3 mills each; "
J 51. run west on forty line to the residence -
the bqard and asked them to allow ! l District No. V5; 1 mill and District "
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be Paid warrants w'c're order4} <} cancelled of A. E. Bass; matter referredto No. 0 2 mills. FISK E.R.IGHT.TIR.E
her $100.00 to. applied'on' expense ,
Mr. L., R. Farmer he to make investigation
\ of equipment for kitchen, and from the various funds a'"s follows and It is further ordered that an occupational -

'V expense in short course V in canning : I In.rl'l meeting: of the board.report. at August tax, of 50 per cent' of the ,/.,. ) Right In quahtyinV
V Upon a motion of commissioner i B. amount prescribed by the Statutes.
H. GUY, seconded by commissionerA. : ro'Hiio.. ,._.>._.: ___;12,21.112'! Mr, jillespie presented' a bill for of }Florida be levied on persons, engaged '

F. Hass a'nd carried, request was Fine lnAd l and and 14.rreltur-------------Ilrldll".". -.,_______.. 852H 12.flH' CC< $1141.i7 for grading on Louftlunan in any such occupation, Urn pried and ,mileage .
V granted, the said amount to be paid Klii-rlnl publicity, -, ________'_. 2487.T5 road, and asked them to Issue voucher the Tax Collector is directed to( collect ,

jibout the first of October, 1918. hard surfaced ruiul _,__,___..,-_ r----- for said amount, to the Alabama any such occupational tax lit the .

Mr Mart Stokes appeared before H.-fortn| ..t county" dVpoallorlpH Paving Co. The matter walt referred same manner as he would collect for with the right (>01- ,

: the board and asked l them to redure 'Kh ,M(-d !!!<' followjnle) bain-noes, In I he to. Mr. A. L,. Wright engineer in the State; rrovided that if bv law,
tnrioud funds Julylut, IIIIH) : charge, for his approval. the counties arpermitted to .
levy t a
3V the valuation on certain property in Zr 0r.IS back of it. The
nonernl revenue -----------.j > > V Mr. B. G. Hancock presented. "
Kissimmee City, owned by Mrs. J. F. Klinand' forftllun-* ..____._ '! 7.idKoad petition greater per cent than 50 per cent .oC 3g :. icy
Clark lion. Board informed Mr. Stokes and l>rl that"'mattet'!! would be considered i Hani surface ru..dn__ n_. ,_ MUKi.Oft of .Section 29, Tp. 25 S. Here 27 E:,.,Is ordered to collect the full amount
I -- and running: in a southwesterly courseto collected. ?rr dependable economicallrp -
valuations Tax Books so
I when on were The Tax folloctor'n report ahow'd ,
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SE. 34
of Section
cor. Tpw 25 S.. There further business
equalized.Mr. the followingneiiil: llcinsicollet t- being no I
C. E. Carbon appeared before -. ..d.! 1500.; Auto. 12.1.". 1'ulln, ISCKl Ugo. 'it E. On motion of commis- before the board they adjourned to iced
Th- following lillld vrvrv xin lnoilRplirovcil sioner E. L. D. Overstreet, secondedby meet in special session at, 10 m. -
a.
the board and asked them to nn I'Trnt'Pt Mach. commln..lon<*r,_ $' 4.00B July 20th, 1918.
make arrangements to pay him for : lj D OverBtrcol com_____. __ !n.OC' carried; road was granted, same to Attest: Ernest Mach Chairman I V automobile
work on St. Cloud road as it was .1 K Milliard "omnnc._.__ /i.RO be surveyed and worked as soon as J. L. Overstreet, Clerk. if::':" tIre..Os'ceola .
completed, twice each month. 'Commissioner A K linns, corn---------------- fl.OflH possible.The ,V. s. II

.A. F. Bass made motion II U .1.d: corn------------, ) ; : 2(1 ieee1lflton :114W Clerk presented and read in RESULTS WILL '

that request be granted, motion seconded H Crawford proM ..1tYn: S3.33 open board, a letter from Mrs. S. A. V Motor Co.
by commissioner E. L. D. Over- T M Murphy, co. Judas____-- 11900) Partridge, asking; for- $200 donation) STARTLE KISSIMMEE .
M1 25.onJ
Vf T c. Ju4ge------ ..
street and carried. Murphy. -----
11900J from the county, for the purpose of .
\ Ovpratr el. elk & auditor.
Mr. Carlson also asked the boardto I 15; HUM, Janitor u__________ 6 accept an order from the Peninsular Montsdoca. malnt'ce1200 Domestic Science in the High School pure Lavoptik eye wash. A girl: with .
Engineering & Contracting Co., H O IJtlnitston, mnlnfce' ____ 600 ; weak strained eyes was helped by
'- 4 <"' board considering: that such matters KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
Mrn M Bronnon, mintce------' ,
V for $3800.00 and interest on said Frank lOvnns, malnt'ce ___--- 6.00Mrs. should be supported by the school ONE: application. Her mother could ,
abount,. payable to the State Bank of J \II \\iiirlit niHlnl'cc. ____ h.II'i iMm. funds, declined to grant the not sew or read because of eye pains.In .

J Palatka. Fla.. amount to be paid out Mm..8 Janle_A,..Ytllson.Johns, malnt'ce malnt! :re________ 6 600 Ofl)) A letter from Sidney J. request'j one week her trouble was gone. A ..
.f the August estimate of work completed -,' Delia colllnfrlon. maintop_.__ 4,00 ing: the attention of the board to necessity small bottle of Lavoptik is guaranteedto \

.t by the company. Upon motion Ii Tlllla. malnt ce__________ _- 6..Ofl of lowering; the tax levy if help EVERY CASE_weak.! !. strained_
4 of commissioner A. F. Bass, seconded Jane Clemments malnt'i. onMra. or inflamed UNK WASH stnrt-
Jlncv PadKett. mnlnfce__ 6.00Mr possible was read in open board and eyes. -
by commissioner J. K. Hilliard and' *. A. Hlmmons malnt.ce.- 6.(Of1s $ ordered filed.A les with its quick results. Aluminum

,) carried, request was granted.Mr. M McClelland. malnt'ca5.00\ letter from the State Deportment eye cup FREE. Central Drug Store.
H. S. McLendon, state district Mrs. IMahales.. malnf.. ____ N.on of Education asking the boardto W. S. S. '
,XML, malnt'ce1000
agricultural agent, appeared before Julia JenlKan Chauncey., mal t'ce ___.. 6,oit donate $145.00 for a scholarship, OBSERVE THE SPIRIT OF LAW The only to be safe
the board and introduced Mr. M. M. Mr M Bmlth malnt.ceu too to some young: man from Osceola way
Jrvens, the new county demonstration K Voider malnt'ce ___________ 600 SAYS FOOD ADM. PLEDGER
to
Amelia Kvann. malnfce ____ 6.Of' county Agricultural College, was
agent who is to take the place J II Owen, malnt'co----------u 1000 read and ordered filed. PHE.proverb says that the onIywar to be safe is never
of Mr. B. E. Evans. Mr. McLendon ClaudA Sylvester malnfce -- 1I\(' Messrs. C. A. Carson, Jr., and Pat County Food Administrator Milton !- JL
4. asked the board to have certain repairs A 10 Thomaa. election Inap--. S.00W Johnston appeared before the board Pledger 'has been .highly commen- to feel secure. But that proverb was made before the
.___ .
It Arnold election Insp 2 0(
done to the county car. Upon H W Bolce. election- Inap____-- V 2.00 and asked them to levi the full datory of the action of the people of Two Hartfords began to offer theif complete insurance i
motion of commissioner A. ,F. Bail Warren Frace ele. Inp. & rt l>z 4.60 amount allowed by law for the; eradication their protection. I
V seconded by commissioner J. K. Hil C A Oarrett. ditto nnnn___V 2.01)I the county in general obser-
of ticks
( C Hronson, ditto __________ 2.OflP in Osceola county.
of the vules the If have
hard and carried, request was granted. .(V3 Cromartle ditto___*_____ 2.00 Board agreed to consider matter vance governing purchase you a fire insurance policy,you have wisely guarded

J H Faulknlght, ditto,_______ 2.00 when budget was made up. of articles where conservation against one source of loss but there '
____ _____ are many others which
The board took recess until 1:30p. : ( J A Uronson, ditto -, 4.50J The board
L took until 2 must be but he is
H LAnier. ditto ____________ 2.00 a recess practiced voicing might cause as:much loss as a fire. The
; m. J W Collins, ditto____________ 200 p. m. an objection to the present tendencyof you \
The board met at 1:30 p. m. A W W Clark ditto. ____n______ 2.00 The board met at 2 p. m., a full .
: ,toll board present. O C Outlaw dlttonn______ 4(11' board purchasing; the full amount allowable !
j The board called to order E G Hass, ditto___.___...-__. 2.00J being present. under the 'INSURANCE: Service /j' u..
was by I Cummin, ditto__________ t Of. The board was called to order by new ruling whether it _
,the Chairman. Claudn F Johnson ditto...... 2.00. the Chairman and the Clerk was Instructed is needed or not. OP THE ,
Notary bond of Miss Lois Johnson, Mm H Kempfer ditto.._.,..--, to write Mr. B. C.
V IfV Simmons ditto__ ___: __ 2.00 Daston In an interview with a representative -
with A. E. '
Donegan and., Wimberly Young' Tlndall ditto.._-.____. 201 and ascertain if he objects to the of this he stated"I wish HARTFORDaffords zr
:McLeod, as securities, were examihed paper, '
1
A W Crosby, ditto..e.t. "2.00 opening of Partin rood running
and approved.: Sheriff's! feed 'bill for Randolph Young ditto \2.04)) through his pasture., V I to call on c the' people to observe. the ;

prisoners examined' V r.nd rpproved. L,? 'iT.lli1iye..... cfflBs' N.60. I r The board instructed. the Clirk" to spirit as well as the letter of the law, protectionagalnsteverypossible '

Witness pay roll, June term of County J H !Tlndall: <1ltto'"iISSlSl i 2:00J l Issue vouchers\ as ''follows:, A. C.. L// No one should l buy an ounce:of sugar 'contingency. We '
Court and of J. P. Court 3SIBmBI&BaJ . ; ..
t payroll T' Hurkhnlter. < !
Ry Co., for''freight material' S.: H. V
1 than would like
examined and approved. M Woodall dltto":; lJJ..5MJlIi' S"l< 2.00H or flour wore1 theyare'consum4 an opportunity to : .
H Hratton. ditto_____-_____ ., 2.041 i iA & B. District No.; 1, $144.08; A. C. L. .
I Mr. Wm. H. Kempfer as a representative .J MacDonoueh' ditto_____12.00 Ry. Co. for freight on material on S. ing even though they have nqt explain it to you. ..

of the Union Cypress Co., 8 J Kntrlken. ditto.__.._____- 1\.110 R. & B. District No. 1 $140.60 State reached their limit. Anyone found V
A K ....____ 2.00 ;
appeared before the board and Thompklni ditto '
pres- H H Hull ditto-------------- 2.00 Bank of Kissimmee, for interest hoarding these articles will be prom- D. G. WAGNER r

ented an agreement which was read I.' M Kdrl. ditto____________. 10,00 coupons and bonds 1 to 5, and feesS. ptly dealt with." .
V in open board; said agreement was n 1- Evans ditto ___,________ 2.00 R. & &B District No. 1 InBrance---BoD 46'V ,
I 'to effect that said Cypress Company F V,' Owen ditto.____________ 2.00 $8012.50; The report of sugar used '.>y the .
would J li Owen ditto________-----_ 2.OOHerry Alabama Paving Co., for estimate Citizens Bank Bid,. Kiuimmee / V
pay one half of the cost'ot Smith ditto____________ 200M work completed S, K. # B DistrictNo. housewife in canning fruits which ,
construction of. a bridge across Jane a Hancock ditto----------- 5.so 1 $787.03 'Peninsular heretofore has been to the \
Green Swamp if the county wiuld R) II Haven ditto, _________... 2.00 ; Engineer- reported
V Hlchard
pay one half. Mr. Pat Johnston also P F ))ale. )'. ditto______________ ZOO S. R. & &B. District No.: 2. $2126.99: n..lan.l.._.. ,, .trn..ll n t... AAn.>.. 4... 4k...... FOR QUICK ACTION TRY A GAZETTE "WANT -AD"DON'T
,, elated that this bridge was very necessary -u._; LI .I..Il.I._.._ n, .-An.. "nln_,'.80__ I..II,Nit- A. C. L. Ry. Co. for freig'ht'on material I v. g..vy. uvn g gg. .u '"

for the public in that vicinity. Walker i'o'ks-, Evans v & Cogswell on S. R. & B. District No. 2, tot administrator. Mr.'. Pledger ,-

Upon motion of commissioner A. F. Co. Hooks and auppll.." '87.69fcmlnole $3967.06. V stated that during the recent visit to

Bass seconded by commissioner J. l Pharmacy medicine.. ft.ooI Mr. W. I. Barber, tax assessor, this; department in the Orlando officehe
K. and carried. II & W II )Drew Co. rec books 70,C3
Hilliard The Clerk H harvey, labor___________ presented his tax roll for 1918 for ,was told that they were ten days
was instructed to advertise for bids, fJ' 11 Harvv rev log from road 60 equalization, whereupon the board '
with their
as per specifications presented byU.C Valley daiette legal adv_____ 2.110 proceeded to examine the valuations behipd mail, though they Slow Up
\'alleylaiette. nu.l.lies------' 34.211( employed 27 women in that department
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fixed tax both
Company. as by
J r I. Overntreet. stamps etc.___ R1.67M the assessor on
Arnold & MacDonald presented H Porter, Juror & wit__,___ 1'11.211( real and personal property, and after alone.
drawing of the proposed new vault :M II Porter, cost Inquest____ 3 !!>S having carefully gone over all valuations -.r
for the records of Osceola I.4 li Ingrnm. cost Inquest__.' 6 AO and all WAR KITCHENVTO"HANDLETON "
county 8colit lldw Co supplies__' R.2OOHC considering complaints
stating the approximate value of said IIL H<.lw Co.llKhts to Jail. 235incoolu rjiado to them regarding; valuations, OF PRODUCTS DAILY Advertising NOW!

vault whereupon, on motion of commissioner (Waters. &lldw Carson.1:0. su Orb to Co.p. sup1 farm.- 231) made the following changes in valu- .,

c A. F. Bass, seconded' by 1 1,1(11 I to poor farm_____--__> lR.IO ations to-wit: 'A new "Win the War Kitchen" just .. '
commissioner J. K. Hilliard they r. It Ingram dep at election__ '. 22,00 All boulevard lots In St. Cloud, opened in' Richmond, Va., has been \
J r. Overstroet county court Fla. owned he St. Cloud Development ;
were instructed to prepare plans end by established to save surpluses of fruits
_______ 1
costJune .un.
specifications for the construction of I, H I Intrrnm term, county court 95,31 Co., lowered from $180.00per and vegetables coming into the R ch- NeVer has there been a time when the public

Maid vault. court rout June term.______ 224.34 lot to $U>0.00 per ,lot; request of mond markets. The kitchen is in has looked more keenly for MERCHANDISING
.
Mr. T. B. Gillispie appeared before ritUens flunk. wit I pay roll l __ 72.(in Put Johnston for reduction of valuations charge: of' the urban home demon-
'1' M Murphy juvenile court___ 12.60 NEWS than
V the board and presented a bill fo28L22 I. H I ii grain, feed prlauneis___ 1 !11.511( on Consolidated Land Com.pnnr's stration agent of the department f now. :)
excess charges! for ,lumber I. II Ingrnm coat June ,ouit_ 2fl 1,211 land, refused; Mr. JohnstQn agriculture, and the state agricultur- Never ha there been
used as curbing on the Loughmon I. It Farmer" salary ____n-_ JZ500/ i ; commissioner E.- hr' D.Ov'rstr'ct 51. college: and three assistants. Its a time more auspicious .

'road whereupon commissioner E. L. (1V I 1I.n, Hruwn Ashtun guard, tlme----------, __ ____ 7f 45.(1/1>.on( > then made a motion that situated next to one of the large V -for the enterprising tradesman to secure HIS FULL "4

V D. Overstreet"made motion that the n H (lut, l hAI! In contract 00 __u__ ';11,1111( the books be accepted without any markets, and has equipment forlandling SHARE OF TRADE than now. .

bill be allowed and paid; motion seconded II C *;Stanford .h..H to Kulitf- 4125 Hither changes, which motion was a ton of products daily. In
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by commissioner B. H. Guy, \\'al'r.(' 'i'leu &to Cursun road .n
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vote being taken commissioners Mlllei,'"Jai'Knon Ira'n I 4'...feed. ]9 6.143! and parried. room there is pne room .
Oyerstreet and Guy voted. yea and I., It "Fanner, frl on feed... ____ K.SI nl.nutrhman ) The Clerk! having made and filed containing a drying plant and a steam The tendency is to cut out luxuries, and luxuries ,

; commissioners and Bass and Milliard, W IS Wollev,Supply, Inspect Co., grldee aup____ 24482 7S,oniHCcoln with the board an itemized estimateof pressure canner another for canned are only a relatively small proportion of your busi- "I

nay. The vote being tied, Commissioner ( lldw Co supplies___ >11.711Vatcr < the revenue, from the various lurnlus, one for the storage of vegetables ness. For every luxury cut out you have a chance V
\ & Carson Oro CO. IUJ27.31 funds. other than taxes to be levied a rest room, and the offices of
Mach voted yea and the mo. Kla Mttiil "1-roilucts Co., Culverts for the fiscal to increase your movement of staples. '
1918-1919 and the the urban home demonstration
V tion carried. a C Iload____,________ 250.80Ct year agent l'
W Persons Co. supplies___ 1.SO equalization of the tax books being and the state leader for city: work. How short-sighted is the .
Mr. C. .L. Bandy, tnx collectorpresented 1lsey' Light & Water Co._--__ I 11 fill( complete, the board proceeded to The work of the kitchen is being puton policy of reducing advertising
his report for errors and il) I. Ilnndv. 'tax .collector___ 127,Sn make an estimate for the necessary a thorough business basis. A com- expense to "save money." You will only \

; insolvencies,. on tax books of 1918, J A (M' Pnduett story, ,clothes work on for road pauper. ..- 12 1..(S3 to and ordinary expenses and expendi- mittee representing the1 three mar- lose trade. You will only. lose prestige..

which after being examined by the A J llnrlier work on Nnr road 2rr.(>oKnill tures contemplated for the fiscal kets will buy up the surplus at a ,

board, was accepted. Said 'report Mach. sup to Co. truck121* year 1918 and 1919, as prescribed in reasonable wholesale rate before it Advertise to increase sales and make more ,

showed the following credits allowed: C A F Hucldes Mcljiln., lumber work on_._Nar____road.___ 231 lion.40Klssy Section I 6 of Chapter C814, Acts of goes into the markets, thereby preventing money; don't cut it out to save money. '

: Total state tax$1380.55; county gen.I \\'IIICOItVk..., repairs__ 33.111 1915. gluts and assuring fresh pro- -

l II I eral revenue fund651.85; school ita(4ll.tnk Milton( Pledger of ,iCimsy.fee-----------, 'Interest. 2\10.110'1(10\( .(fill ,' The estimate of the necessary and ducts for canning and drying. The Study your advertising as 'you never did be- V ;

fund $1073.66; hard surfaced road St. Cloud Tribune. printing___ '4.25 ordinary expenses and expenditures home demonstration agents are work- V fore-do it wisely and well.
fund $1075.66; general! road fund, St Cloud 1 Tribune, pub sta'mt. 37.Mi comtemplated for the fiscal year 1918 ing in close co-operation with the
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2460.11; fine and forfeiture fund, I J W Thompson burial. pauper., 18.51)Lupfo ( I and 1919, being completed by the Food Administration. Be prosperous and let the people know
Prnther that
; $191.73; special publicity\ fund $76.69S. J McCrnnle& meals del tollajnes hal bxs J8fl 3500J ( ) ':_board,_they.proceeded: to make up the 'v. 8. 8. you are '. .

R. &: B. Dis. No. 1, $1000.48; sub- City Market, beef __._nn_ 2.25 levy :lor the fiscal years 1918 and The Joy' of Living.To prosperous.

school district No. 1 $205.88; No. 2, A C I.... freight-...______--___ SO\.16 1919, and the Board of Public In- enjoy life we must have good Success was NEVER achieved
Ala Pay. Co. '
work roadJ160 61 by
on advertising
stopping
V 90.75: No.3, $177.63. total county, I J J Unnn. shoe mules___.___. 1200 struction having filed its itemized health. No one can ;reasonably hopeto or by -
581226. W U.Maklnson. supplies_____. U.19 estimate of the funds 'for school get much real pleasure out of life wearingold clothes and talking
"The- board :'instructed the'clerk to Klssy Tel Co., rent phones..._ 7.10 purposes when his bowels are clogged a good pessimism. '
J H O-Qiilnn. painting roof.._ 1J7.00 for the current year ending .
tlrawa! warrant to I. W. Barber tax W share of the time and the poisons that
I Barber bal 1917 .
'assessor, for $613.69, balance due for W t Harber commissions161.26 assess t613 6 June SO, 1919 requesting this board should be expelled are absorbed into

V commissions on 1917 assessment; 1 H Ingram, care Jail__.....____ 11.60 to levy a tax of 7 mills for school the system producing 'headache and
H M Ureaker. rent election... 2.60 purposes and 3 mills each for sub-
1 indigestion. A few doses of
Chmberlaln's
1 Milton Pledger for service in case of H C Miller, rent election______ 2.(60 districts Nos. 1. 2. and 3 1 mill lor Be Wise-a.nd
; Tablets will the bowels Advertise
*7 'Crawford, vs. Board of Commissioners -. Miss\ Ruth Bass state witness J2.00V..t..rn District No. 6 and 2 mills for District move .J.JV.
'I $100.00 State Bank of Kis- Union Tel Co., mes._ .44 strengthen the digest a and give
V ,-. ; kf J Crowder dig grave paup. 2.60 Jo. 6. In addition to the 7 mills the you a chance to realize the real joy
:latmmee' 'tor interest on mortgage, W B Crawford,. cost vs. Co._... 106.90r't' I following resolutions were introduc- of living. Try it.

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1918. THREE '
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I Ugh Calomel Sickens; Salivates! ABLE MEN_ 'ARE WANTED BY MARKETING BEEN GREATLY SEASON HAS EXTENDED ':I




: Please Try Dodson's ( Liver Tone. Y.. M. C. A. FOR RUSSIA That the Florida Citrus Exchange has had several.,, meetings since ,the

has succeeded in extending the sea. directors met last month reported 4

1 .. for and considerable! progress. Explanation
son marketing orAnges grapefruit

I am sincere !My'medicine does not 'upset liver produced! in this statxj until this .f the delays. which have' been encountered -
''''' for preparatory work

and bowels po you lose a day's work. '. \ .... 'r\ now covers nine months instead of for 'next fall's, publicity campaign,

x .L .. ,' 1 six as formerly and that the organization ). owing to war conditions, was made
... .. .. ,fi .; ,
- - I. ,. .y secured better average returnsfor by Jefferson Thomas who as heretofore

Calomel loses You .. .' , '" growers last season than ever before has this work in charge for the k
day! \
you a druggist sells for a few cents a largo "' .. ,
'
know what calomel',1s., :! Ifs' mercury bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone, whichis : ' "f<< ; ". ,. ", ...... . --were among the more interest exchange. Notwithstanding the difficulties \-
; _.!!!I '. ing facts brought ont in the annual under which the material
; quicksilver. Calomel ig,dan- entirely vegetable and pleasant to .l. ' ,,:; '
f' rous. It crashes into sour bile take and is a perfect substitute for" \/,>. " : ... .. report made to the board of directors must be produced !it Is believed( that

like dynamite, cramping and sick calomel. It is guaranteed to start 'r. I. . 'r .t. yesterday's meeting by the general -i the bulk of it Will be ready by the

ening you. Calomel attacks the your liver without stirring you up. .....'.. .. -. _y..- ..., . .. pales manager Frank 'L, Skelly. opening of the shipping season.

bones and should never bo. put into inside, and can not alvate. : : '' '. .. .... J&f .. ... .." ......J.. _. There were also emphasized the Plans for Handling Vegetables. rt
your system". Don't take calomel 1 J. It makes .. ... -; beneficial effects to growers of. the Another committee,. appointed at ,
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When you feel bilious; sluggish, sick the next day ; it loses you a day's you -. : : .: ;' ' _. $) .. efforts of the exchange sales forceto the last meeting of the board to out.

constipated and all knocked out ands work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens . ; '....,.. standard tho prices for, citrus line plans for the handling of vegeta.. ;

believe you need a dose of dangerous ( you right up and you feel great. ,.., "y\: . fruits and to increase the demand for bles by the ,exchange next reason

calomel l\ just remember that your Give it, to- the children as' well., ;, . .. .. ,. I '.hem through advertising, and other presented its findings and these were
...I. ,. ' ''(''. educational work directed to the con adopted unanimously. The salary 7
: ... : 1';,:: "., sumers.' Mr. Skelly expressed! himself committee made a partial report and t

,; Get 'Your Job Printing From the, Valley Gazette : ,L 'as strongly believing that even 1 was continued until further notice. '
; greater!" along these lines For the Exchange. Supply Company *
.. _._ _._. .i progress
-- -- --- '
will be made during the coming year. Or Ross, who is -also its president ,a

\'i' American: V. M. C. A. Workers Teach! Returned Russian Soldiers U..ful According 'to 'the best information gave en encouraging report, indicating -
\' f Tr.( .. obtainable by the sales department of, that the savings to exchange

the exchange conditions in the leading growers its ;
; through operation during
With the Government at Washington economic
prepared to lend and .
1 philanthropic support to Russia, the National War Work Council of the market centers of the North: .during the coming year will amount; to large 1sums.
State Bank the coming winter will be favor Various,other'Item.. of. rou-
Y. M. C. ,A. Is actively recruiting to reinforce the Red Triangle\ workers a
already-manning huts over: there. Agricultural' experts, physical director able to the interest of Florida' orange Ien business were transacted.

and regular Y.. M. C. A. secretaries as well Uother men familiar with \\ncJ grapefruit t'growers. The buying R. H. Holand of New York, district

of Kissimmee welfare work in communities are being sought capacity of the public. It'' is said is 1 sales manager' for that territory d

1 *i A, further consideration of a definite policy toward Russia has served almost certain to be increased. rather)!1 who, is'' in. the city; for a few days, addressed .

_ virtually aa a "go-ahead" order to the association. The Y. M. C. A.. throughall than decreased as compared with i the board, describing the.ob

The of the worldare uncertainties of the past few months, ban kept 100 of Its secretaries In previous' seasons and the growing appreciation stacles to the prompt movement' of pa
eyes Russia. These men have been, kept busy day and night In an, effort to of the food and the health fruits and vegetables Which'' have .'
build up the morale! of the citizens and
ftgldlers of the unfortunate count ''
value of Florida fruits must necessarily I been encountered during the season
The
try. secretaries today are In all parts of Russia. .
.- add to tho demand fo these. j I i just closing, as a result of freight ,
the who over in that me dark days oc Kussla me American secretaries "stood by" all Speculators at Work. '. I I I congestion., Mr. Holland ,is of ,the ""
on man country to serve the people) in every way possible. Thousands of 1
Notwithstanding this favorable opinion that little
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Invalid prisoners were taken care of aa they returned from Germany. Most very, improvement; #
all the men were broken In health. They died almost without exception, outlook, the exchange officers are in can be expected until the war cornell

with curses against Germany. Dut greater even than their hatred was their possession! of facts showing that't. to an end, hue he assured! the directors

wonder that .their countrymen could have made "peace" 'with such an speculators are now contracting for that the'interest of the exchange '

enemy. many crops of oranges or grapefruitt and its members who market its pro

; k SAVESPAUSE "The' Y. M. C. A. leaders In Russia," said Dr. W. W. Alexander, direc prices which will hardly cover the duct. in New York will, be. given the

tor of the War Personnel Board of the Southeastern Department National cost of prod'ictlon. B-iyers who secure best possible attention and! that their

War Work Council "have never doubted the essential soundness of the fruit at these low figures are fruits and vegetables will h.ve. just '

Russian people. Despite all difficulties and Inevitable losses and discouragements likely to! make a great-ideal more than 'fan good handling as can be obtained .
r. ( the Y. M. C. A. has remained In Russia, seeking to serve and in .
. the grove own ra. Every effort will view of the circumstances.. After-
watching for a better day' *. The la
day
now evidently coming. be made by the exchange to thor Mr. Holland's talk, the bo.rd"ad.. ;
Fifteen new secretaries, with 'ability
for to conftlbute some constructive oughly inform growers as to the journed until the .third Wednesday. in i'
a moment element to the Russian! life of the future
are being
young man searched for throughout
the Southeastern Department Some agriculturists probable market conditions next win September omiting as usual ,the, August y,
are wanted, '
give a thought to self. The business men, but the caU comes stronger for men skilled In rural Y.some M. ter, that'they may not dispose of I -meeting. 7;I
C. A. and Community work. All are to go with the purpose of helping fruit for less than its worth through I Will Take Northern Trip. j jIn

problems that confront you now, or Russia help herself.! Ignorance of the real conditions. | the meantime President Ross

Dr. J. H. Ross, president,, explainedto Sales Manager, Skelly, Business Manager
will few hence.
a years the of directors in full detail Stewart and others of the executive -
t MISS boar
AULTMAN THANKED the!! that have been decided officers 'Will make a, 'trip
y Look about -the men of affairs in country: state nation- .
yon upon for ,this educational campaign through the North, for the reorgan i 1.
yes, in the world, are the men who started to save early in life. FOR BENEFIT TO ORPHANSIt within the state. He strongly urged isation of the sales force and to. secure -

.. every director, every sub-exchange : first-hand :data. .aa to the best
They nave the respect and : of the community.: ;
commence will be remembered that Miss want to say a special word of pre- manager and every association manager territories which to distribute the : F

'Then look on the 'other side.. at th>, fellows who' spend all they Elizabeth Aultman arranged' a program ciation to Mr. and Mrs. Wilson whoso I ; to co-operate heartily in the ef fruit of exchange members, next fall .
have been friends.I fort. In *Dr. Ross and winter. On this, Dr Roe"and x:
make-they may have a good time for a while, bat what does their recently, which was producedby constantly our an eloquent talk trip ,
personality reflect? know that it will be quite 'a' job pointed out wherein the sale .of fruit Mr.: Skelly will visit Washington for a i'
her class friendsin '
expression and for you but I do hope ,that you will For less than its worth by a non-ex conference with officials of the tederI -

A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the Kissimmee, 'for the benefit of the be willing to act as our special change member makes it correspondingly tai I railroad administration in refera u

v nucleus of an honorable, independent career.: Orphans Home at Jacksonville She I thank-you agent as you have oppor difficult for growers affiliated ence to car .suply, etc. More definite

Make your .beginning now- oda,. Your haak. has received the,. ,folio, wing. acknowl- tunity' to those who have assisted with ,the exchange to pecure just plans for next season's market act!
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book will pan the. way. ';1-" & ." ,;' s:& ,ftCapital ',. '. ft d gmen t'LI''" -.f'.,"..."\J..i'.L.q '/" ".'i'.t,<>;";...'., M",.l ) in bringing to us'this fine, con. prices for their product. vities will be, made after the' returnto
j" .", .' .r f" '; ,, f{; ".,.....' 1101 I, Miss Elizabeth tAultmati .' ,,.1\\' ,,'' : { : .,\*. :, ,The advertising committee which Florida of the.. officers.: j j4..p.
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.ourcesJvOTerr.U: ..---r.'IL: e .22. -:-:_;:---::-':'. . .600,000.00. '>'f I' Dear Miss Aultman: Very carefully and directly for : ; n.

Officers and Director: *, I wish that it' were possible for the many little ones coming under W.C.T.O. COLUMN ('lot. with your kulter and! lust or
me to run down to Kissimmee to our' c.re. and you may be sure that blood

C. A. CARSON President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY, V-P. thank you and all of the other friends this money will bo the means of And rape and demon skill I

x., i ROMA THOMAS C..hler'' who had any part In the very successful bringing comfort and 'happiness to (By MRS. J. M. COCHRANE) Tell us, 0 Hun of.the subtile. Joy' ,

play which was given for the the many little ones under our care.I The Southern California 'W. C. Ts, To'crucify and kill.: _
. N. C. BRYAN. N. B. CARSON M. KATZ. benefit of our Society recently and am sending you receipt for the service
U. has set the for
patriotic -
pace
t 'h; C. A. CARSON H. FLEMING E. L.
LESLEY.
t. +; J. WADE TUCKER. Director. which has brought to'us the very full amount and am going, to take the by its generous contributions Tell us, vile monster in human form. 'a

1 firt!; t\ generous proceeds amounting to liberty of mentioning the'matter' in and pledges of two ambuianm, six' By whom your soul is planned

$81.80. We really are tickled to our Times-Union page! for July, field kitchens two sterfcomotruphs, AVid wehre that soul'may be at beace i

1." death with such a generous contri- which will probably appear in the issue thousands of comfort kits and over By God and mortal damned I w

I bution in these days when every dollar l- of July 14th. $2,000 worth of knitted articles. It -Byron R. Newton.

C. A. CARSON. President N. C. BRYAN; Secretary. 'means so much to us, and wantto Thanking you all again for your has also adopted fourteen !French orphans W. S. B. --

say a great bi gThank You to you real help and interest, I am, and apropriated $3,000: fcr Mrs. Burns' Letter. '6

The Waters & Carson and all of the other friends who took Very sincerely yours, home centers for soldiers! and roailors.The Here Is a letter that is certain to- t

part in the play and those who had ;MARCUS C. FAGG. National and State W. C. '1', U. prove of interest to people living In
this
this of sort
vicinity, as cases occur -
in arranging for it. We State Superintendent.
any part have' four ambulances
given altogether in almost every neighborhood, i
- - - thirteen field kitchens and and people should know what to do in

.l Grocery Company A NATION-WIDE FIGHT ON stereomotorgraphs, and have adopted like circumstances:
French Savannah Mo., Oct. 12, 1916.
239 orphans "I used a bottle of Chamberlain'sColic ;:
AGAINST GERMAN PAPERSA r and Diarrhoea Remedy about 0- 4
WilY" nine years ago and It cured me of .
Wholesale and Retail Dealer inGROCER.IES
The night winds steal o'er the field! 1 flux (dysentery). I had another attack '
vigorous campaign to bring about slon of the views of the majority"thatours of the came complaint 'some
the elimination of the teaching of German -I must be, from this time forward, of France three or four years ago and a few-
In the public schools of the country -I a one language nation Where million dead men lie. dose. of this remedy cured me. I

and to obtl.ln'tbe dlsoontlnuance "S.s Our Mistake.* And a millon ghastly faces thara have recommended Chamberlain's {;
of the publication of newspapers printed "If Are mutely asking why? Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy to dozens -
a community will not support a
In German has been launched by of people since I first used it."
newsdealer who handles the dally .. ..
t. 00 00000 0 00 : 00000 0 . ,. : the National l Security League. To organize printed In foreign tongues It can papers Why are the heavens red with hate OOOOOOOtoooo..oooooot.ooDROP w. s.--
0 its effort for these ends theLeague
.' WE SELL: O WE BUY has formed a Committee on thereby 'force him to deal only In Eng. From the cannon's angry Hare? 0 BY DROP O '

\ Foreign Language and Foreign Press lieu language papera."Recolrnlzinc Why must the eyes of the pitying Oo. 0
: a general willingnessto 0 Little by little O'
BAT 0 which will the' fight Into Christ -drop by drop.
HIDES carry every be patriotic and the 'rapid acquiescence 0 :That's the tick's insidious 0 ;
nook and corner of the United States. See myrlas dying there
.1 GRAIN from many quarters to compelthe 0 method 0
The Committee Is of Col. ,
.. FURS composed use of English dallies, we urge O. ? 0 The hide of every 'Infe.ted.
FERTILIZERS' Charles B. Lydecker, member of the reasonably active measures on the part Why from the Alpe must snow-fed 0 steer or cow Is so punctured 0
WOOL Board of Trustees of the College of of the branches of the League. Justice streams O by little blood sucking ticks that O
; SHINGLES the City of New York and'balrman requires this for the fault does With brave mon'v blood run red ? 0 the animal has no show to be 0:
AND of the National Security League'sBoard not lie wholly with the alien. We have 6 fat and thrifty. O
J.. ORANGE. BOXES. of Directors ; Edward II. Clark failed hitherto' to provide the machinery Why are the bodies of innocent babes 0 We don't see the blood-all O
Treasurer of the League the ocean's bed? 0 is '
ALL Security ; of education which the welding Strewing we see the eft'.ct.-thln. scrawny O
;4.: : ORANGE WRAPS. ; Ernest C. Brown well known New process required. We have countenanced 0 cattle-dead' .cattle-and big OO .
"'.', York editor and publisher and Dr. and sta rvation and sorrow and fat, nauseating ticks. .
Why
COUNTIT.k1 ejen encouraged the Idea are
e"; .t VEGETABLE CRATES Robert M. McElroy, Educational director of 0 And at a time when every .
r preserving llnqulstle and racial
PRODUCE of the National Security- League pain 0 oundp of meat Is precious as a 0
1 groups In our midst. At last we see And terror in clime 0
: CRATE NAILS under'leave of absence from Princeton every fighting food. 'O 1
e 0 University, where be Is head of the our mistake, and we must correct It as Why are souls of men cast down 0 DIP ThIAT'TICKI! .
0 0000000 00 0 00 . . . . 0 Department of History and Politics. speedily as Justice will allow With death at Christmas time 0 U. S. De artment of Agriculture 0
"But we must notforget, and we I toooooo 0.0..00. ...
We sell field and garden seeds of.all kinds. Stop Advertising must not allow alien enemies to forget -w. ..a*
Wi give special: attention to fitting out bunting and camping parti. The principal basis of the Commit that this Is a time of war. Quick What's happened 0 God, to fbur FLIES NEVER BOTHER
1: Free delivery in city: limits. "Phone No. 12. tee's campaign against German newspapers processes of producing unity are Justified beautiful world, In the summer flies worry an ani
: will be the of the discontinuance by the peril of those Institutions mal. Get bottle *
1 obtaining Aflame with fluries of death T a of Farris 1 Healing
|, We are county: agents for good fertilizers. Ask as for circular: and Drier : which bold In
of advertising In them. we trust for all human What demon has banished sweet Remedy-costs but 60o-makes a
on fertilizer. (U. S. Food Administration License: Now. G-22092) Cot. Lydecker'a committee baa laid ity. pint worth $2.00. Apply it* to the w
|the following plan of campaign before Newsdealers. peace from the earth wound. Flies will not bother it. You
And loosened hell's wltnering may need it tomorrow. We sell It-.
a tbe Chairmen and Secretaries: of all "We therefore suggest: aM
? Indigestion, Constipation or BOW-n
TOCBruuors LIVER
? breat Waters Carson Grocery Co. ,
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; BUIouMteas LIVER muda....... C.kmd,whtrh 1. the 281 branche.- of the s Security (Meetings) of citizens: to express. .w, ...._-. Y
try one.60-cent bottle of LAX-FOS tKolr....LiM>.but Mt Ik. -i-i...i-t !League a one language sentiment Back up those who are offering1their
,t ,. ,, M PEPSIN. A Liquid fluently.pkas.ntto swiping C.lam.l yo.V.4n..t.t all jmw UMilito) "There .. no Immediate need to' "(b) Discontinuance of all advertising Answer, 0 Teuton-the secret U all-Buy War Savings Stamp*, e Prow
take. Made and .. ctaotific.n> .o...bln. .4 with;..... rltmtlf have laws enacted to suppress the la papers printed In the tongues of thineGiro -
ifijktlva 4rai that II will aot-....... grip.o*Interim wait. I foreign language d W.... In towns enemy nations. ; ./ .i,Tutebsa chill,Teak ,V41;
essnmended to the public by Paris Uedl- wo.... r.... and ra4ora.d h .. where there la sentiment ** thy creed of hell, a.d
Laxative Bromo rout by < Ca,manufacturers of all AT MM AM BIMUt STOUS. I a hostile minority should be persuade dealers 0 For on the final,,-,judgment dy .kh..g'be No.L y_was"'I"Iub'Y'
$ and Grove's. Tasteless chin Tonic l64. h.............Ptak'. CjWII T.... . by.a cl4ar cndJEorceful< expres - .. t -.-. God will make yon telL- / Mint Urtntla JCflta*.. PrIDe SO* 'I a;. 5 5"a
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: ,FOUR 1\ THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY ,GAZETTE, FRIDAY. .JULY 26,' 1918I .
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; KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE Whereas RESOLUTIONS, a beloved OF brother RESPECT In .our I i,friends.Mr. Elja Rigney" of I Apopka, has Classified Avertiiuiiiiis4

: church family John Martin' Lee, has St. CloudDepartmiit been spending a few days with his "
". .......... Every Pi-Mar ., parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Rigney. WILL TRADE or exchange olty'pron.rty ., !I
answered the summons of the Angel! for country property or took
a? ica..iVII.7. .Oaseit...rI..* Ce>sapasjyKUalsassee. of Death to enter a higher and better | Mr.; J. J. Keene js enhancing: the of any kind. B. C. Uller. tg-tf

._ sphere of life and service and beauty of his yard! by the addition of FARMERS-Send today. for a free sample -
.' . ; NEWS AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY"U .
ri w. B. R...... PrealdeatB. copy of the Florida Farm. ana ;.
several
Whereas We desire formally' 4 ; j Stockman' published at Jacksonville
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:. O. Vasus A._ Secretary ,
and BY OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT I Quite an acreage is being plantedto Tell about livestock rslstnsr.. dalrr-.,
record
appreciation
: ......._. We' 11erl express our ... The Ins, poultry cltrua fruit and truck.
and affection for our departed brother ------- sweet potatoes in this section. Ing. twice. a month at BOo per ". ,,- '

... |* .. Raleei and to indicate the sorrow that The auxiliary of the Army and Messrs.. Roy Van Denberg and Dewey I weather. has been Ideal for plantingout and three year for tl 00. Only livestock 'U
I general farming paper In
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One Copy On. Test .rS 0*
vines we have been getting Write today. ;
I One Copy Biz Monthu r 1.00 is ours because we have lost the joy Navy Union held .their usual ,,)meeting Montsdoca, motored to Wekiwa 1 ' as I ,
z GSM Copy Three Month..4L. .Tt of this companionship; therefore 1>e it Monday afternoon, Lady Patriotic In- Springs Sunday for' the day. I(I plenty of good rains the past few FOR RENT":' Furnished rooms or

ilf All communications except from our Resolved, That we, the Board of structor Elmina Westcott was' elected A. A. Martin who has been at the U,weeks. I II In apartments modern convenient for light house housekeeping close In' 'J i

k. ,: athorlsed by the correspondents writer. !I' i must beadsned Stewards and the membership of the as delegete to the convention to soldiers Home at Johnson City, Tenn. :I I Mr. J. E. Maddux, who has just Mr. H ,E 116 Wells Mabbette Real St.Estate Phone and In.surance ,

: Rejected matter will not b. returned Methodist Church of Kissimmee, be held at Atlantic City on Septenu arrived home Friday last. ,,turned from Raiford, reports he was -141.

y .nleaa called for. < Florida, do record in our minutes and ,ber 13.14and past Lady Commander Mrs. Miller and A. A. Hickman ''greatly' pleased with the kind treatment FOR BALE and-Eighty under fence acres; S 11 acre. ,
cleared ; J
:'' acres In :
(Entered In the Poatofnce at KI..lm-1 also have published these testimonials Mary N. 11111 as alternate, Alter the : were married on Wednesday evening which the prisoners received at hearing orange irrove; $2,000 worth. ;\

a... Florida a. aecoad-clssa 'of our affection and esteem for our business was_,transacted a social_ 'Drou ._ n- :July 17by Rev. Jenkins at the Christian I[[that place, and says any one who I of room cypress house timber and kitchen.on .tract Also!' four 50, i '

'1 departed brother, that they, shall, be gram'was rendered; readings were church parsonage. Their, friends ,obeys|II|has difficulty in ,being well head of .11"and) loose a good bunch ofrniiKO J

i to our successors in future years and given by Mrs. A. 'S. Hill, Mrs. Still wish for them a happy'life. j I treated. Supt. D.. W.,' Purvis takifl/' Karnilnff hogs tools /And Implements.on the ran. lx KB.- 1 1I
generations concrete and constant ]( in looking after the wel- I rnted near Kenansvllle. Price ff.eoo. ,
a well) Mrs. Doughty, Mrs. Houston, The Home Guards met on Tuesday i great care hnlf cash baliinoa terms, to suit. 'B':
reminder of his services and ITU Mrs. Vreeland, and Mrs. Lippincott. evening' and had their first drill, tinder fare' of theprisoners, and superintending H''
worth as 'a Christian and a' 'citizen. ,Recitation by Mrs Francher, "My the direction! of Leroy Lesley of i iKissimmee i the great acreage on the DWELJ.lNOS' rent. Apply to''M. 'I'
to-wit mother" Mrs. Barber gave several Those present from Kis- farm. Tiller. ;' ',

That in"the demise of: John Martin selections on'the plan* and all joinedin simmee, were Mr, and Mrs. Milton I, FOR RAI.E' -Second-hand' Ford cars '
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attractive prices. Osceola "f
Lee, our church loses bulwark pf : INO worms in a neauny wmiu at Motor.
singing patriotic songs. Pledger, Airs' Ingram. and Mrs. E. E' C'n.. SOT. '-HronclwavFOR .
Christian worth and service,' arid Mrs. Pherigo. and little i daughter, Wens; I- ' I All children troubled'wllh worm hsve so unhealthy '
color' which Indicate blood.and ss a Typewriter 1 ,
.. poor SALE-Gne Emerson .,
the Board, of Stewards, a wise coun- Dorothy, left 'last ,week to spend some Uncle Josh Ferguson was a busV rule there Im more or leas stomach diaturbanoa. model three visible, .... good a. new."
sellorand painstaking chairman on time with 'relatives ,at Ocnla. ness caller at'' KUsimmeo. on Wednes GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given ref uIrl, Apply Valley ,dame.tie. tf. '
for three weeks will enrich the blood Improve
two
or -
,which this body leaned unfailingly Mrs. Clara Sticky expects to leave day. 4 the digestion. and. act si a General Strength FOR-RENT=sleeping; rooms com? i:.
in its yesterdays. and yesteryears of toNe T. U ening1 Tonic to the whole ayatem. Nature wUI then tably furnished. .qnv..nl..nt to bash, .
j r r JULY 26 1918 on business trip York City. W. Angel" who. has been on a throw off or dispel rhe worm a.and the Child will be donlraliln I..."lion. Term reason. '
FRIDAY .material and spiritual stress; Mr.' and Mrs. J. W. Willard, accompanied business trip'to Chicago arrived In perfect health. Pleasant to tak. lOa per bottle. able; men prefered or apartment.

; I. .. There seem. to be screw loose in That among u.s and in his communIty by their son, Lewis Wil- home Tuesday evening. convenIently for light arranKed huusekeeplnir and furnlnh.ed 211

.-- !f.. .the famous German war' machine.' he :was a kindly and generous lard;..of'Tampa, left on Mondayto Receiver 'J hiiion 'returned Wednesday IN ('OLIiTr, ,--('<( JIIH.K!: Ileaumont avenue, Phone 1TWANTKD > '

brother and titizen, a faithful official spend the summer with relatives at 'morning from a ,business 'trip of !. re Kmtmtf ,., Hesjasslsi; K. Miller, a / -Bo\s' Puny Buddie. Must
:; f. : considerate friend "-, 1.....le.state be cheap and In good shape.. Lewis
Germany wasting ammunition a a helpful! and near Philadelphia. a few days at.Jacksonville.W. e f FI.rI.... Usrealsj fonety.Notice I.ang. SJ-H-pd.

in the slinker warfare along our I neighbor, a genial companion and a Miss Ruth Wylie left Tuesday to ..S. Alyea J left Monday for a tripto FOR 8ALNo., 4 Irish potatoes for
? f coast in Ian effort to "scare".America: loving and' considerate husband and visit relatives ..t Chicago. Kansas City, Mo. may concern la hereby that given A. E.to UrouRht.all whomIt asfrunrdlan .fall planting. rrlc. So per pound. ,.
father-all in such degree that whatever Wm. Turtnicliffe who has been of the Estate of Benjamin, f. o. b. HaxtlnKS. Florida cash wltferder. '
on
'. F. U. Allan Fla.' -
: Mrs. L. D. Bowers gave a p.ityat F. Miller, will ori-4.be. 22nd of Au- Hustings ;
It U not too early to make human frailtfeg! have had day
your he
]I may business trip to New York City, returned -: her residence at Ashton the trust A. r>. ''1811I apply to the honorn. II-It.
.t t: plans for a fall garden. Every house- were as nothing: to !his virtues. home Monday evening. summer ble T, M. Murph', County; Judge In a'ld, WANTED, Circular Kip Saw, all
going by auto. Mrs. Bowers for aald County at his office In KIsslmmee. complete
,I bold should raise portion of the Resolved 'to his we' I party Haw' Mandrel and Cable,
a ;: That family extend Born on Tuesday, July 23, to Mr. In said County at10o'clock< Address
has quite a truck farm and is greatly H. H. Kuute No, 1, 'Klsaltnmee
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food consumed this seaon. in unstinted measure your a. m or as soon thereafter as Ihenisttpr
sym- and Mrs. Simpson
a baby boy. SZltpdChamberlain's
can be heard for \
interested at the thought of a curb authority to .. _
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pathy because of its still larger and Mrs. Russell has been quite sick ..ell at public or private sale, the .follow w -
Florida is blessed with an all-year market. Those present were Mr. and Intr described Veal estate. In iaIdCount Tablet
i Isand more irreparab1e'loss and bereav- for a few days but we hope soon to Mrs. Hughes Mrs. Bennett Mrs. Mc- )' to-wlt.I : Lots 1i7t'06tij 59. CM. block These tablets are intended espe.daily .
growing season as no other section ioop.
ment. H. In d town ftSt
her out again. : for stomach troubles b.lious-\
see ,
Gill Mrs. and Mrs. ClOUd Florida. Plat file In office
Dorothy Jaques on
should take advantage of this ,
J. L. OVERSTREET Clerk! and constipation. If licve
The women of the Christian church of the of the Circuit Court for ness you
: condition in the present crisis. R. M. EVANS met Thursday afternoon at the Merrill. A fine dinner was enjoyedby Osceola County. Florida. which application any troubles of this cort: give them a
parsonage will be bused the
all. upon petition trial and realize for' yourself what a
W. B. HARRIS to organize board of foreign for .such sale now on file-in said CourtHated :
I; The Huns have planted the most a J. S. Stringfellow, one of the original July 19, A.'' I'. 191R. first class medicine will do for you.
; : extensive war garden of the world. Committee. missions. I engineers who laid out the 8?.4t A.U E. DROUGHT (Junr W.8.8
Misses Emma Leila and .
::1"r 'They have putone million men under JOHN W. TRACY ,DEAD Frances Johnson Murphy Messrs., Lonnie town and is now working on a bridgeat '
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:i the ground since tfje twenty-first o.March. John W. Tracy, one of Osceola lIughy and Aaron Story, motored to Punta Gorda, was here on Sunday,

county's pioneer citizens, died .suddenly Orlando Sunday afternoon. accompanied by his wife and da gh-

L :' at his home east of Narcoosseeon Lonnie Hughy left on Monday to ter.
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Sanford is arranging to establisa
: Monday, July, ] 15th, and was bur enter the ,war service. F. Benjamin: has sold his resi- The Overland
: j a Dehydrating plant to conserve her Garage
:. perishable crops. This is not the first, ied the following day. Mrs. Allen Bass is on the sick list dence to Mrs. A. V. Bass.
) taken Mr. Tracy had lived in that section at this writing.Mrs. .' Dan Barber was in town on Sun-
time Sanford has a place in the
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4 front ranks of progress., for a long term of years, and in hisyou'nger OIlie Harris- Misses Evadna day on a furlongh, from Fort .S rev- : ., ,
days was well known ns a Harris, Alma Coble and Mittie May, en, Ga. '
t hunter and guide. o .. ,
Orlando has joined the advance nnnnnn
(i guard, of Florida cities and will] re He was known and appreciated, bya Mrs Mattie Bird and son Emery, I a 'c chool for the year at East' Lake is now under new manage- I :

quire the tuburculin test for al large circle of friends, to whom the her sister, Miss Jeanette Prevatt and and will enter upon her duties at that :

;. dairy cows., The work will be done the announcement of his death brings Miss Dorothy Wells; and V. W. Edwards point in a short time. m nt. All work on all ,

: by'the State ;Veterinaran and will] be regret and, sadness. _ were a pleasant party motoring l"NIca; chicken and fish fryes arc ..

gin about the last of the month. MUST HAVE LYcENSE TO to Lesburg Sunday. Miss Sarah of Irepuentoccurence\ the past few makes of cars and marinework :

Potter accompanied ,Miss Prevatt weeks, being greatly enjoyed by ,

The wire' lines go under government BUY OVER-OUNCE SULPHUR home and will be! her guest for some many families of the community done promptly. Eddie ) ;

,. control at midnight, July 31.: Do not get offended if your drug- I time.; W. L Mcseley is rounding up his ,

One by' one the forces of this countr gist should refuse to sell you more w. a. a. cattle this week preparatory to mov- Lancaster is in charge of : :
: OUR FAVORITE NEWSPAPER ing them to a pasture which! his best.skcured l. .
are concentrated under one manage. than one ounce of sulphur, or if he
: ment that America may' do her' fu]\]I asks to be shown: your "Explosive If you are not a reader of The: : the location: if which w? the repair department. "

part In bringing world wide peace. License" when you call for this or Tampa Morning Tribune, you should failed to :eam. Irlo Bionson is a*, "

I similar, articles classed as explosives, subscribe at once. -; t?ii tI.!g him.
The pulse of the nation was stIrred I in quantities :of more than one onuce. It is the Great South Florida Newspaper Mrs. V alter: Bronson and daughter '

h..t this 'Week when the news flashed over On November 15, 1917, a law be- covering this section of i the ''Annabel, went to Orlando Thursdayfo f U H. TYNER Mgr.

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Ii|the t aUied armies had at last ,b gun I explosives in quantities of one ounce 'is the only paper in Florida print* I" w, s. .. "

4 ': !I their]march on Berlin.. ':,May b of"more to any person or firm not I ing .every line of the day andjnigtht 1 U U' 666 contains no alcohol, arsenic, U
thair report of the Associated Press:' ,nor other poisonous drugs. 3210tW.
:' march be unchecked is the r possessing explosive license., The .
j the people. most common article listed under this U;It is the first paper to arrive in our S. g.

Act are salt petre, sulphur, nitric cfty every day.Subscription ORANGE CENTER

1 Osceola county has taken twelft acid,,,picric acid, chlorate: of potash, $6.00 per year. .After.j!I While the U. S. Boys
place in. "all Florida" in the W. S. S. permanganate of potash, silver nitrate -: October -st it will be increased to ]I I' Mr. Joe Benedek and mother left I are Smashingthe

;_ game., This is unquestionably mertorious bichromate of ,potash, bichro: $8.00. Subscribe now. 1'on Tuesday, morning for Michigan Germans ,
and reflects great credit on mate Of soda, etc. \v. ..I a.!! i I They have spent the past winter ia .'

: the county chairman and every citizen 1 If you desire any of the above in WAR PICTURES Orange Center. We are smashjng prices to help win the war. Buy of us and save !

.:' who contributed to the quota. Why quantities previously mentioned, you Manager J. D. Woodbeck has se- ]!I'. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Frace of youi' surplus and buy W. S. S. and hely lick the Boche. j

: not gring about a little more teamwork will have to procure a license from cured series of war pictures taken Kissimmee, were the recent guests at

than ever now and make it a the County Clerk who can furnish by the U. S. Signal Corps navy pho- the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mal- Black FOR SATURDAY Alaga Syrup, gal. U_.___. 1.15
Eye Peas, 13c 2 for..25 Aluga Syrup, "/4-gal. __ __ .58
: home run. them upon application and payment tographer and the French general] dux. Lima Beans, 18c, 2 lbs for._ .35 Alaga Syrup, No. 2 .u... .22 ,,

-- of 25c Your license will not have to staff, showing the actual progressour I Among the Sunday guests at the Prunes, 2 lbs for n________ .25 Aloga Syrup, No.: 1 ::::____ .17
: x A splendid meeting of the Citru be renewed as they are effective as soldiers -are making on the final home of W. H. Bronson, were, Mr. Evaporated Peaches .15 Crisco, large can ______un l. 0 I

Growers of this section was held on I long as the decision\ remains a law. road to victory '- and Mrs. R. E. Bronson, Mr. and Mrs. Cheese, lb,.___ ---_-_ .-, _- ,3C Crisco, medium __ .. ___u_ .95
----
U
Friday of last week and while every "A hint to the wise is sufficient"so These pictures are to be releasedin Warren Freer, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Navy Beans, 2 Ibs____--____ .-- Crisco, snll------- '_n___ .50
one realizes the difficulties wliich.be do not censure your druggist for a short time and. Mr. Woodbeck ,,Kelly; and the Misses Nona, Lillle -Sweet Feed, 100 ]Ibs. ____-,._ 3.30 J
set the path of any1 one who must depend wanting to abide by the law. has booked "Pershing's Crusaders" 'and Mdude Bronson.' Calumet Baking Powder, lOc, Oats, 100 Ibs __u_,?___-- 3.60 1
4 on the facilities WII.II MI and Walter Bronson 13c and ,H--_-----*-__ .24 Corn, 100 lbs ___ ___ 3.05 4
shipping and I for date time I (' Mrs. : accompanied -- -- ?
in and I
a some August
market conditlos in war times, the DIP THAT'TICK NOW "My Four in for'date by Mrs. Agnes Conroy U-Ueeda Biscuit, pkg. u___. .08 Velvet Bean Meal _--...-__ 2.30
years Germany" a'I Graham Crackers large ___. .15 Alfalfa Meal .
men are optimists as to the results of Owners of cattle in Orange, Lake in and family, were 'recent visitors at .---u--u---- 255 ,
the season and are expecting at least and Palm Beach, Counties .,are just September. I the home of Mrs. G. W. Bronson.Mr. Graham Crackers, small --... .10 Best Creamery Butter-, Ib _. .55 I
W.I.I Minced Ham
'b.
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Crisco small ._._ .50 ..,,_.__ .28 r-,
,
beginning to get shipping ----- -----
the usual profit from their crop. advantagesover 666 cures Headaches Biliousness I Alfred Gaedlef has returnedto Potted Ham, Ltbbts'u .06
J the counties where systematictick his home after a few days absence. U. S. Smoking, pkg, -----..:- .06 Vienna Sasage, Libbv-s.'can .11 1
Loss of Appetite, of that tired aCh- Prince Albert, pkg,. ,. .__ .14
: State eradication work has not started -- ? Com Beef.Hash, can, 13c 2._ .25
The The ,
reaches of the
Marketing Bureau I.I i Is report us mar- "
ing feeling, due to Malaria or Colds. George Washington, pkg. ?_ .06 Beef, pork and Veal Loaf -
I urging northern Florida to give attention as a result of the progress they. have Fine Tonic. 32-10t riage of Mr. Stove Bronson and Miss Stag, pkg. ._____u_.____.. .06 Household ca .20
/) to the made in killing the ticks. Hattie Christmas of this Velvet, package __ .10 Ammonia, bot.___ .10 J
raising of 'wheat. place. They --
At v.s.s.SHINGLE ---- u
Blueing, bottle ____:._______ .05 11.//
: Jackson county the farmers have Effective; on and after :August first have the best wishes of their many Renos, pkg. -------------... .06 Potash, large can _________I .10 ;
pledged a sufficient acreage to sup cattle owners and at the same time I CREEKMaterial tJ All Pillsbury others Flour, pkg. 24---Ibs.--.,_with--.. .05 CaJ. Peaches, heavy syrup __ .25 ,1
(
tick free upon inspection be Cal. Peaches, small __.___
puy a flour mill which will be erected may dip substitute) ___ _, 1.60 .14
al ped and shipped out under inspection was brought out -- -- ? Tomatoes, No., 1 can lOc, 3 fc .25 '
Mariana. If -
the ,
: :food prophetsare Barley Flour, per lb. __ .0? Tomato ,.
Let MeExamine uu Pulp lOc, 3 for _
Kissimmee _
eliminating the usual unloading for last week for making'some Head Rice u .25
correct in their prediction that Fancy ,per Ib _.. .11 Best Early June Pets
dipping at Jacksonville elsewhtre needful repairs on the school Water Ground lb. ..___ .06 can __ .14
for the next few years wheat flour or ) ---- Best Pork and Beans, can..._ .16'
under house at this point. The inside is to |I Rumford Baking Powder lb.. .25
government .
4 will be supervision.That Small
that florida ___
so scarce will receive Best Salt. cans ___ .69
Bacon Ib.
will be be celled, which we are will be .. _u_,? .30 Maxwell uu "
: little from outside sources it a big saving to the sure Good White Bacon Ib.__ ... .25 House Coffee, cen.32
; would seem. a most sensible agitation cattle owners and at the same time appreciated by both the teacher and' Ybtir EyesI Breakfast Bacon, ]Ib. ___-_-u_ .45 White House Coffee, can ____ .35 ':,
W..I will give those cattle better values the pupils. Now that this step has Sliced Ham lb. ._______.... .40 Senate, best there is _______ .35'

GIRL SCOUTS FIT UP CLUB ROOM for shipping to Georgia or Alabamathis been taken we truse the work will riot Salmon, per can ----------- 18 Mince Arbuckles Meat_u____II"!_____ .24
pkg. _____ .
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: The Girl Scouts 'and their ScoutMaster fall for fattening in' the velvet stop short of all necessary repairs to1: have the scientific instrumentsfor Argo Salmon --------------- 28 Best Evaporated Peaches .__ .10 ,
.15
Bull Head ,
Catsup 1>ot. 13c 2 .25
Mn. Milton Pledger are fit bean fields.If make this one of the up-to-date determining the GLASSESfor Eba Milk. can .05 Jar Ring, doz. .______ .04 I- ;
ting up the two room cottage on Emmett the appropriation of two mills school buildings of the county. One I correcting any and all defects Eagle Milk, ca-uuuu'------------' .22 Best Red tings, doz.___III" .10

__ street which. their will n n-... as a for tick eradication work in thin- or two coats. of paint, both inside and of vision, NO MATTER the nature Mohawks, can ___________.. .15 1 Ib can Cocoa DRUGS..._________. .25

t club room. Each little miss contri-' county .can be made available at once out, would make a good finish to a of your case. If your Carnation, can ------------- .06 Sulphur __
c;' buts some article to the fitting of the: by co-operation of the cattle owners work well begun7. The community is I GLASSES do not fit you perfectly St. Charles, can ----------, .06 Blue Label, package --U____ .05
and and bankers the entitled to' it. School about 'call Van Camp's :Milk, can --- .06 VaseMno bot ..:.__ .05
each i is --- '
r. room intensely interested necessary dipping opens ; on me. Pet milk, Baby ,can .06 Turpentine bottle ...._. .10
.
F in the work: of their order. The vats can be put in use this fall and August 1st, with Miss Iva Niswongeras I fit 'any eYe that responds to Karo, No. 10 --. ---.-,---- 1.00 Caster Oil, bottle _____II" .10 >
----- ----
tegular weekly meetings are on Fri Osceola county made ready for systematic teacher, this being her third year light. Light Karo, NI). 6 ---------- ...0 Castoria, bottle ____________ .30
day afternoons at C o'clock.: The girls tick eradication early next in this position. Judging from the 'You are Invited to call for consultation Smaked Ham buts, fine, Ib.. .35 Epsom Salts, box ......____ ;05 '
I spring, which will be comment, her work has been Argo Star e bulk 9c 5 Ibs. .401 Camphor, bottle .........:. _" .10 ,
b bare >two patrols, and Miss Norma a big help in entirely and advice. \ Salts, box -_________-I_.: .05
(Griffin and Miss Genie Bullock have marketing the cattle from this county satisfactory to tho patrona'of the

I.e, |>een named as patrol leaders. next summer. Otherwise our school. EVERYBODY INVITED TO INSPECT OUR SANITARY SrOR:
stock will continue under Mrs. DR. E. S. HOFFMAN AND GET PRICES. Ou Motto iS: Cordiality 16
The girls below ten years of age quarantine Wm. Rewis and children returned U poundEd 100 Cents o" to the
on the
are not eligible to, this) organization restrictions fqr another year at to their home near Davenport Occultist-Optician OUT: OF TOWN ORDERS ,SHIPPED SAME Dollar DAY
I, but are forming one of their own, great loss to the owners, and handicap Saturday after a visit of several daysat .

known,as the Brownie Scouts Miss the industry.W. the home of Mrs. Rewis' parents, 28 West Church Street, CUT PRICE GASH

30 MargaretStanford: / 'will ,direct" their Become a stockholder. S. .. in the i I United Mr.. and Mrs. P. G. Cromartie. ORLANDO, fJA.I GROCERY

CtIVItIH, ?J.L., '--.J: : tates-buy :War //Savings Stamp r Miss Edith Niswonger has secured Phone 141. 422 Broadwayj
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TI1EK1SSIMM VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, JULY?26,1918 FIV.I' .

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'r INTERESTING Mrs. Wm. Fortenberry returned i F. W. Hill, of Narcooss'ee, is spending .
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LOCAL ITEMS 1 from Macon, G*., Tuesday the day in the city

Senator' A. E. ,Donegan .left Mon-j Wesley Clark, of Campbell: Station -
... to to''" eo.. t', . ;;;;;;i I C. H. Funk made a,buaines* trip to, day night on a business. trip to Jack spent,the morning in \ 1IfD.I q CN YOUR STEI

Orlando Thursday. sonville. I C. M. Montsdoca, of Union Center, ,

I Weather eportFolluwlng i j Columbus. Bass, of St. Cloud, was Miss Elsie Batton, of Ashton, returned visited the city, today on ,business. I

in the city' Saturday. from Madison, Tuesday. for Joe Engle, Kissimmee Park's delegate I I

Le Trefle Extract '1.00 an ounce,.. her school vacation. to Berlin, left this week to join

are daily tempera at Central. Drug. Store. Miss Ruby Duke Is spending a few the Navy. II
three and
by precipitations Government stationat as reported ] .Attorney; Pat Johnson mode a,brief days with her sister,. Mrs. J. J Over- Mrs. Belle Modi returned' Monday i -

Kisnimmee fo- the, week end trip,,to ,Jacksonville ,thee ,first .of the street, at Auburndalei from a three weeks outing at Daytona '

ing Thursday, July: 18: week.D. R. R. 'Hamilton, the genial post- Beach.H. f
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Max. Mln. Rain G. Wagner made a business trip master Kissimmee Park, was a I O. Partin arrived from Taylor's A43 3

Thursday, .. 88 72 96 to St. Cloud, Monday, spending a few visitor to Kissimmee Friday. Creek yesterday to spend a.. day or

Friday, .. ,? 85 72 llJ 5 hours there. Rev. O. B. Falls left Wednesdayfor two in town; ..

Saturday,. __ 87 69 2:35 Insist on Red Cross 'remedies, and Godfrey; Ga., where he will at- I Mrs.. Julius Smith and daughter, Watch:; : Your .step

r ; Sunday; __ 90 69 know you have the best. 'Guaranteed tend the Baptist Convention.Mrs. Miss Vivian, are visiting,Mr, Smith's THE above warning bat become DM of almost nationwide prominence

Monday, .___,t 89 68 by Central Drug Store. .. N.: C. Bryan, returned this relatives: Georgia and importance, in a commendable effort to guard i

Tuesday, __ _.93 68 Mrs1. T..J. Schuman and children I week from Tallahrssee, where she Mrs. f. S. Cahil and Miss Cora against accident and injury. r rIf

Wednesday, 95' 71 are spending this month with l.t>r has been attending summer school. Campbell, of Kissimmee Park were the Sellers Kitchen Cabinet could Talk Would Say

OOOO O 00000900'OO"ooo parents at Kingsland ,Ga., The Centrals Nurse says, "Use shopping in'Kisoimmee this morning. "Watch your' steps. Let me save yon time and unnecessary steps by

Mr. and Mrs. L.:Y. Bryan, of San- : Red Cross Vanishing Cream," It's Clyde Bass, second son pf Rull providing a place for everything, where ,.a'il find everything in it's ;

;- ford, spent Wednesday and Thursday worth twice: the price. Pnly 25c at Bass, is reported critically ill at a place, systematically and conveniently arranged, ont of the way when

visiting friends in Kissimmee. Central Drug Store. hospital in Orlando. Mr. Bass.Is. not neeoed Lot in its place when needed. I call myself the housewife's

: 'Alec. Bronson, ,of' Campbell, spent I Mr.;, and Mrs. Miss Lillie Dale'and her mother, with him. friend and will pay her many a dividend." We have a complete line Ks
1 'f Monday in town.. Cyrus Payne ,are
of' Sellers Kitchen Cabinets. Call and them. t
Mrs. Dale arrived home Sunday see "
their' effects Miss Lillian
moving household todaytq Godbold, of .Jackson- '
C: E. 'Carlson, of St. Cloud, visited .
the city Saturday.C. take up their residence at. Loughman. from' Tallahassee Miss Dale has ;ville arrived. Monday to visit her .. C. H., GRANTHAM
been enrolled' in the ..ummer'.chool cousins, Misses Maggie Mae and Lie- "TT Satisfactory Slorf"
H. Grantham visittd Loughmap )I' there. la
McCranie.
Wilbur W. Thurs
spent
Wooten
t.
,Monday on business.O. .
day afternoon in Kissimmee on 4a Mrs. 'C. L. Hyatt and children returned W. J. Calyer, of Tampico, Mexico, .
R. Bass and family, of Kenans- pleasure and business trip.Okeechobee Friday from a visit with Mrs. has arrived for an' extended visit .

ville, spent Saturday in town. Call.; Norton and her 'mother, Mrs. Wheatton with his sister, Mrs. 'T. W. Ellis. and nr

Red Cross Tooth Paste, only 25c Ned Bullock of Kissimmee is visitIng at their home in Allendale.. ,- near other relatives. ..

at the Central Drug Store. Its fine her uncle, W. J. S. Carr, and famIly Daytona.Mr. : Mrs. C. Buckles ,and son Robert

W. B. Crawford motored to St. at their home on the beach..-New and Mrs. Verna' Ellis, W. J. and Mrs. Li;. R.. Farmer, are,enjoying SYSTEMX11

Cloud on Monday on legal business.L. Smyrna News. Calyer, Cleve Outlaw arid Miss Ruby a visit-'at, Safety Harbor.. They 'expect :

Y. Bryan, of Sanford,.made his Miss Opal'Lee Bullock, ,of Lakeland Ellis,were a pleasant party motoringto to be gone a month. .

weekly visit to!.the city Wednesday. arrived in Kissimmee Thursday, for Lakeland Tuesday for a visit with ,Mrs. T, J, Cotes, of Jacksonville,

Dr. J. D. Chunn,' of St.. Cloud at- a visit with, Mi. Maggie '''Mae andLeila Mrs. Sidney Purvis.! j who has been'-the guest of her former

\ tended the local draft:'board on Sat. McCranie. I Mrs. S. L. Lupfer, Sr., Mrs. J. E. friends Mrs. J, A. Lancaster and If every; housekeeper in our' town would look around' and make

urday. Judge T. M.' Murphhy performedthe Lupfer and hiss Dixie White, the Mrs. W. C. Bass, returned home their grocery order by ,*' \
clerk at the Dollar Limit y'1t
! Hon. Joe Sears returned from ceremoney at his office on Tuesday obliging Thursday.

'l Washington Saturday for a short,.va- which united marriage Paul Store, left this week for Daytona Dr.: A, C. Wall, tick eradication 'inspector 9 O'Clock A. M.
Beach, to spend a week's outing, ,
i.1 cation. and Miss- Mabel Door of
Tewksbury ,
i. of Osceola.St.; Lucie and Ok- '
.1 J. B. Somerset and T. II. Guy, of St. Cloud. ,Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Gilbert and son, eechobee counties, transacted busi- every day., they would have less worry all day and' pay less for what

; Kenansville, motored .to the city on Ex-Senator C. A. Carson, accompanied Ad., and Master Richard Bandy, mo ness with the board of county com- they eat and make the grocer think Santa Claus and,the Millenniumhad

. Saturday. by Mrs. Carson' and their visit tored the over'family to Dade of, City Geo. Tuesday A. Gilbert.to missioners Saturday both come, The more irregular the delivery service, the more-ex... 'I,

t f. S. H. Bullock left Thursday weekto daughter, Miss Inez, motored to They are expected to return home to Mrs. E. L. \Vestfall accompaniedby pense it is, and the more you pay for living; the less you have for Red tt
week's vacation Coro- Danla, Monday, for a visit with their: her daughter Miss Alpha Mid
,
spend a at : '
, Jim Carson and Cross and war material. The less we do for our boys the more of them
nado Beach. son, family. day.Mrs. Miss! \Villiametta Sibert motored to
flat with Messrs. G. P. Garrett' and Pat John- B. M. Grady, manager for Tampa Wednesday on a combined will be l lulled by germans, and this slack delivery system may burn the
I FOR RENT-furnished Mrs. Varney, who is on a lecturing tuslness"and needed to the lives of of the Kissimmee
boys.
modern,improvements. W. B. Harris! ston, prominent and successfoul at- pleasure trip. very gas save some

Gazette office. 14-tf torneys of Osceola county, were tour through this portion of.the stateis Mr. J, L. Overstreet, D. D; G. M., Every American ii now at war: with germany, or is a a
the guest of Mrs. B. M. Hall. Mrs.
among the Kissimmeeites_ visiting I. O. O. F.motoied to Sanford last
Fred M. Bass and Mach
Ernest Grady will make her headquarters in
: went to Jacksonville Saturday and Orlando today.-j-Reporter-Star.. Kissimmee for some time., Monday evening, accompanied by his SLACKER.
returned Sunday. Guy Gardner arrived Monday from installing staff, and installed the officers -
Coshocton, Ohio for ji visit with his Miss Lucy Lupfer returned from ,of the Srnford Lodge.J. You may be ever so patriotic and then be forgetful. In the army
Wimberly McCleod left Mondayfor the east coast Wednesday. She left
wife and other relatives., He is making Hilliard and railroads is
K. underwent a 'UC'l'SIJful our forgetfulness punishable.Matters .
Macon Ga. to the week- Okeecho-
spend with a party last week for -
the of h's: little
acquaintance
.
nasal operation in Tampa Wednesday
end with his family. daughter, Miss 'Dorris Colleen. bee, where they took a houseboat for and is improving In h.alth.' not where you trade try' to think of your daily needs in a
'
R' L. flyer, manager of the Southport Hon. W. ;J. Sears, now home from Fort Pearce. Miss Tkelma Alderman I lie will remain in Tampa for some the early morning a nd get your business systemized. and you will soon ,i
Cattle in accompanied Miss Lupfer.Mr. '
the
Company city
was Washington on a short vacation, left time. Mrs. Hilliard is with him) like it. w
) Tuesday on business. and Mrs. J. K. Hilliard, accompanied -
{ Wednesday for an outing at Coronada H. M. Breaker will motor to
C. S.. Acree, of the Point, attended He was accompanied' by '' by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Light- Capt. Besides you will be doing your-bit to helpput out the'6re.. 5%
Search. Jacksonville Saturday to meet Mrs.
the special, meting of the county commissioners his family. Mr. Sears saye he in sey and daughter Mildred, motored to Breaker, who is returning from Chat- discount in'Thrift Stamps for strictly cash trade at' ". i
Mr. Hilliard remained
on Saturday. home for a rest and his constituentswill Tampa Sunday. tanooga Tenn. where she has been
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Senator ,A. E, Donegan made,,a conceed that he has earned his in that city for a few days and the visiting relativts for the past three '

business trip to Jacksonville Satur recreation.Mrs. rest o{,.the party returned home weeks. / "' I Taylor's Cash Grocery

day, returning Monday morning.Mrs. W. J. Saupe, who has been Monday. word Mr. F. L.; 'Durand and wife arrived '

J, F. Shand and Children of spending some time with her parents, Relatives h'received' from in Kissimmee last Saturday evening. :

'' Estero, are guests of Mrs. J. L. Bea- Dr. and"Mrs. W. L. Winn left Mondayfor Baltiincrc stating that'Mr.. )I. Katz Mr. Durand is a nurseryman living 16 Stewart Ave Phone O.

man, at her home on Lake street. Louisville, Ky., to be near her: suffering from ptomaine poisoning;;; near Leesburg Florida and is in i
.
'
.
and is in there. It is notugderstoodithat'he
a;hospital
James', Biggs and S,' S. Griffin, of husband, who is In the .Artillery Of search of a desirable. section in whichto
Is
DrlAndo fleers training at,: Camp Zacht ; critically. ill. ---------- ------ --- --- ---r--- -
motored from Orlando Tues camp locate., ,I : .;, -

day.and spent some',hours" .''in,.the .city,, ary. Taylor; near' thatcity1e[ ,} ?,.",. ':. .jy Later'improvea.JIathan. news-.I.-stated.'"- ,'""that\' " he',".,:war' great-\ ..,_R._. _S_..''_Flovd__. motored, : Jacksonville__ .__' __;nn. 4_ I ' 'W. H. ARNOLD ALAN J. MAC DONOUGB '

a' T. H. Luke'of Wright, W. Va., is Mr. and Mrs. H.:,W.: Boice- and Miss Wednesday to meet.Mrs. Floyd 'and

a visitor to the city .this week. Mr. Frances. Bay left in their car Fridayfor Bryan, member Band of of the the daughter,. Edna who are returning ARNOLD! & MacDONOUGH:
Headquarters Company ,
Luke is connected with a ,large jCosfl Tampa and St. Petersburg for a from trip to the mountains of South
interest in few days with friends. They returned 118,Field Artillary, is home on a four Contractor Engineer Architect
West Virginia. lie is stay Carolina. They will stop at St. Au- ,
day furlough with his parents, Mr.
ing with S. R: Chapman and family. Tuesday, accompanied by gustine and Daytona while enroute DARLINGTON AVE. CITIZENS BANK BLDG.
and Mrs. N. C. Their other
Bryan.
Miss of
Emily Boyer, Tampa who home.M. .
Attorney Geo. W. Fox and his es
son, Frank who Is spending the sum-
will be their for time.
timable wife,. have returned from a guest some mer with relatives in Georgia was I. Stout, who is operating a -
visit to Knoxville, Tenn., ,their for Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cochrane have wired for and arrived Tuesday. lumber mill at Buchanan, in DeSoto G

mer home. Mr. Fox has moved his received a letter from their grandson county, arrived in town this morningto
Jaw library here and will open a law Philip DeMandel, telling of his safe L. R. Highfill, who so acceptably spend about a week. Mr. Stout says v
arrival in France. lie wrote from filled the position of county agent AWe
office. that he has been busy gettingout
very r.cL
for the month of June, spent Wednesday
England first, where they stayed twp
The Fulechee Camp Fire Girls 12x12 lumber for'the chipbuildmg : i
niglft in Kisimmee with
county
Min weeks. __ He went to Camp Dix the in Tampa.
.chaperoned by alloy and her ways
M. M. Javens. Mr.
agent Jlighfill'lsnow
27th\ of April and in less than two
niece,. Miss Ouida, motored to' Con- months supervisor of the work of George L. Brrnning, traveling! auditor .

way Wednesday morning a few was across. county agents for the whole state for the Bankers Financing Co., fillPrescriptions

days camp. Mr. Malloy will join the Miss Ruth Thomas, who for the and was here on his regular rounds arrived last week from' Jacksonville &&

i party"each evening. past year has been employed in the He found the work progressing very ,and '''has taken over the management

GREAT STOCK REDUCING I city water and light office, recently satisfactorily here under Mr. Javens. c' the Citizens Bank, relieving Cashier : -
left for Jacksonville, where 'she has Dodd who resigned to rccept a
s: SALE. Prices you can afford on with Pure
Paints, Varnishes Lead and Zinc. accepted a clerical position with the You joined the Red Cross last year similar position at Ocala.S. .
,American Chemical Co. and paid dollar, the fee for 'a
Agricultural your
F..eshStandard
25% to 50% off on our Big Stock of B. Aultman returned Thursday .
. She be The has expired and withit
well
seems to pleased over year. year
Wall Paper. Finley's Pioneer Paint from: a business trip to Jacksonville.He .
the change and her friends your membership in the organization. a
many
Store, corner Court and Pine, Orlando stopped at Rodman where he wAs '
wish her If you have not renewed, you
Fla. Remember the\ Blue Front. sucfess. joined by Mrs. Aultman and daughter
should (o.so at once. No patriotcan StrengthDrugs.
32-2t-pd. Bradly Harris, son of editor W. .B. Jack, and sister, Miss Alberta.
afford to stay out of the meribcr-:
Harris of the Kissimmee Gazette
Valley O'Berry. The party made a visit at
Mrs. CJark Howell left Wednesday :
of this band of Mr.
ship
I; for who enlisted in the U. S. Marines mercy. Daytoina while enroute home.P. .
Western
Kansas two months
on a Katz is the treasurer of the local.
about three month and
visit to relatives. She hopes to met ago, was : K. Wearer National Bank Examiner
chapter, and you can get a receipt at
sent to Parts Island S. C., for trainng -
her daughter Mrs. Bertha is this week at
Blagg, of his store time. spending
any
Tampico, Mexico while there, if her was recently awarded a silver home. Mr. Weaver's territory extends We verify k
medal as "sharp-shooter." In the contest : In a letter written to a friend here, every
daughter is able,,to secure a passport over six states, and :he is kept ,
from the government in order to he came within six points of B. E. Evans, of Newark, O., says that constantly on the move. He has just Prescription>\

.leave Mexico. making "expert rifleman.' He was he has had an interview with the recently spent some time in New Orleans _I

Food Administrator Pledger and recently transferred from Paris Is- State Food Controller of Ohio; who checking up tho }banks; of that ) I
land the stated that he would not be surprisedto
his wife, Mesdames.): L. IL, Ingram, taco. city. i I
see Irish potatoes bring three to .er
and E."' E. Wells and w. s. s ._.. i
Leroy
Lesley, seas" orders will follow in a short four dollars a bushel before spring. WEEKLY REPORT' SALES
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motored to St. Cloud'Tuesday
ip evenIng -
time, Therefore ihe advised Florida
,+ to participate in the initial drill grow- OF THRIFT STAMPSG. THE CENTRAL'S NURSE SAYS:
-- -- Paul Blackwell. a well known Kis ers to plant enough for home use this
r- b I. ox company simmee boy, returned home this week winter. Continued dry weather'is ,
Guards of Osceola When you take medicines or give them to
county, Mr. Lesley your
II. C. Stanford Co. W. S. S._,_. 9
from Camp Plattsburg N. Y., wherehe the cause of crop failures in the Ohio I'
the is an efficient drill master and has been for a month's intensive section. and Thrift Stamps ________?_ 2 loved ones, you want to KNOW that they will have

I seventy-five recruits made rapid training in the Reserve Officers Chas. M. Frazure Sanderson Jewelry .Co., W. S. S. 17 the effect your doctor desires.

progress in military tactics. Training Camp. Mr. Blackwell is a.. was operatedupon State. Bank, W. S. S.___________ 20

's' Messrs. J. R. Gilbert and brother- student at the University at Gaines- I Jacksonville.for appendicitis' last at Sunday a hospitalIn and Lawrence Trees Thrift Stamps. 9 Health andofttlmes LIFE depend upon the purIty -

in-law, C. L. Bandy and A. S. Gilbert ville, in the Electrical Engineer IWennerSaWCo.., for Presbyterian "
and strength of the medicines taken.
when last heard from, was, practicallyout ,,
arrived in Okeechobee from Kissim- church W.S.S.------_ 24
; ing Department, and a ,member of .
of and well
|mee"' last Sunday evening at an early the military company. In the com- could be'danger expected. doing Mr. Frazure as and, as Public Schools, W.SJ3.. ______ 17 Our medicines are the kind your doctor. wants, x

(hour to see their brother, E. A. Gil-I petitive examination when 33 were and Thrift Stamps ._____.... 31 '
family had been on an extended auto to take. Then buy medicines from us'and
Bert, who has been sick several] chosen for efflency, and! sent to Camp Woman's Home Guards, W.S.S. 25 you your

|week Fiqding Mr, Gilbert much Plattsburg, he was I among the.num and mobile other trip to Atlanta in Georgia,Indian! and Springs and Thrift Stamps ........._ 50 : KNOW .they are,right. ;

[improved they took him to Kissim- ber.' Mr. Blackwell will spend ,hi. :vacation points expected Bon Ton H..t Shop, Thrift St's._ 6 '-
to come' by Kissimmee and
[mee to spend a few weeks. His with his parents,' Mr. and Mrs. ,visit the, family of W. 'B. Harris, W. B., Makinsorv, Thrift Stamps. 10 Ce1.ral.Drug. Store .
8 friends hope ho will soon fee restoredto J. A. Blackwell, and will return to Let us hr.vo some 1000.00 purchasers 1.
his wonted health. Okeechobee Gainesville for the coming school but he was taken suddenly ill just next week, please. The. S before reaching Jacksonville and e
Sail. W. B. Witherspoon Chairman. .
year, *
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I I FEEL that I must write and tell t

COLUMBIA the benefit I have ex
you great

NOTICE. GEM OF Y from using',Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep,

THE OCEAN] I had always suffered from indigestion

.' I t AVt T. SUAW-. since taking Syrup Pepsin I am no I longer

in that and I cannot praise it
way,
The undersigned owners of Jorge'trocts

of land in Osceola County' hereby serye notice J.I J. highly as. a laxative." ,
/From a letter to Dr.; Caldwell written byIMr. \
.. Geo. Schaeffer: 1103 Wen Jhe. I
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v xm all persons now using their unfenced. \ Utlca: N. Y.

lands for pasturage, purposes, that I they I / O COMniBIA.The, bome of the the tern bravo of the and ocean the free| .

YThe shrine of eaoh patriot1 d vOUon,
_should woke arrangements to provide other A world offers homage to th... I Dr. Caldwell'sSyrup ,
Thy mandates make heroes assemble

,: pastures or ranges for their stock ,on or before Thy When/ banners Llb"rt3r'B make form tyranny stands tremble in view. | "

IIt When born*,'by the red, white and blue. Pepsin:
( September 1 1918., CHORUS

,1 """ When borne by the red, white end blue i The Laxative '
-- Perfect .
After said date the undersigned owners Tby When-banners borne by the r.d.Vbfte and blue -- "
; > mAke tyranny tremble -,. < //v-: "
When borne by the red. white and blue. ' : ,f..,'\t
,, their. assigns. or licensees may at any WliEN war winged Its wide desolation : Sold by Druggists Everywhere: >\ / ; m I ..
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TJfYL.threatened our land to deform ,50 cts. .(SS:"e:) $1. 00 .
time felt'ce'ond utilize their lands, necessitating of Freedom' foundation. ., .
Columbia' rode safe through the storm.
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immediate removal of live stock, now' With the -lI.rlande of viotory around her.
When eo proudly she bore her brave crew, of simple laxative herbs with
With
gra2ipgthereon; without further'' notice. j The.Kfla*of proudly the red.floating white and before blue.her mild and gentle in its action, that re-

.. THE wine map the'wine cup bring hither quickly. A trial bottle
constipation'
fill you it; true to the brim. ,
May the wreaths they t>.ve won never wither ,be obtained free of charge by writing to
Security Investment Company Nor the stare of their glory grow dim !
May the rvloa united oeer sever. W., B. Caldwell, 458 Washington Street,
: But hold to their color. so true! '
iI Florida Interstate Land Company' The army and navy forever I Illinois.

Three cheer*,for the red. white and" blue --=_ '-'=- =--

Consolidated Land Company .



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4J'eerroXs YOUR CHICKEN, I II



I man who tries to false I grain thereby cheapening

Heavy yields of J high class products are necessary on feed bought at stores Some poultry men are '
t. i necessary to dispose of Pray for Protection -
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to bring a big net profit to the grower.; The fail to make a profit because of high feed

banner record for such results has ,been held for can market his product at 'are being marketed at a

the last,qaarter-ce turJ by The most economical 'this year, with a general from Saloon, FightersThe

f ) are those produced on ty, young chickens should

Groin feeds can Be (grown I muiketed. They should Le ; Bartenders' Union' is probably the only labor organization

r ; Ideal Fertilizers and by using a ,liberal fed until they reach full .. : regularly opens and closes its meetings with prayer.
green feed, the grain nec- weight. The lack of ; '
Send for Free Books all commercialcrops a good ration can, be re- kept the poultry man from At the opening of the meeting the president gives three raps,
,our on t his own feedstuffs is ; theinembers) to their feet. "Let us be silent while.the chap
of Florida; also our Spray Catalogue. feeds are recom- the present rush to the r invokes the Father's aid," orders the presiding officer. And here

Special advice gladly given. ; For summer planting, Min Keep birds in a healthy, prayer that is offered:

also millet condition. Keep the yardi
1I soghum; "Be with us, our Father, in this our Convention._ Grant us, we
clean and the birds free
flowers be planted es ,
can up
Wilson Toomer Fertilizer Co. thee, a part of Thy wisdom, that we may pursue the path which
,, of July,kafir corn, cow. imn. Then when the egg
aO the brotherhood of and Father-
to acknowledge
men mea
.
+ aa.a'DIAL' soy beans are good feeds son begins you will be "
Mfrs. Ideal Fertilizers.Jacksonville of The
yet be planted. Green stuffs in, your work that was nece ..
'
t Fla. 'UTIIIZC may be had by thin- egg production. The prot< Days"T At the close of the meeting the president says: "Let us be silent

mtsca aI XX."Q 'rye, oats, essex rape, let- that eggs will be selling ut delivers thanks to the Father'" And the chaplain says:
nenuzaitaZ etc. Such feeds as before the winter is over. ., ,
take tHfe place of much M, M. JAVENS, County "Thou, 0 Father, who ha created all things at they are, now
- - -- ------- we are about to quit this circle and mingle again with the selfish
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- AND we pray Thee to protect and shield us and our work from evil
MULES
ARMY
IMPROVING TilE HOG HORSES., QUOTAS FIXED and may we all at last be received into the circle of Thy love.
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Farmers who intend to engage , 'fr ; *. ''I'' I'' I' > '
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the ,hog business should being tQ1i' Jl'k [: ";! : ':jf: W&''iit..fi'4.di* :,
procure : numbers of<,horses are,} > ':& .kLWA ;v: bred or or high-grade breeding, I ati the}army,}c mplIln.vari.: + 'FALL'L M. C.A. (There would be easonfor:( reJoIcing tlthese i workers were to praY
at the start.>,It, has.been hard to (( |of J the"United I.States1i1nd woithler cause some day they will 'do so anJthe( will be glad
them, but now there ..are '.heavy-shipments''of hay National Goal of $112,000,000 hance.. '" .
breeders through the South points to the larger $15,000,000 for War ,' "
C R.O'5 5 pure-bred or high-grade centers. :Many 'of these W. C. A.-South.ast Meanwhile, from whom do'they ask Cod to protect them and

1.1 VCR ed.stock. to furnish most of what is be as shipped, more concentrated abroad, and For $5,000,000The them? Whose are the "evil. hands" from which their work is

MEDICINEyour Well-bred hogs grow uniformly) follow them. More horses, quotas for the seven ? '
dress out better than scrubs,
be required at the train- the Southeastern
quently the buyers of -We think of the little children whose lives have ben! blasted
here. Thus the supply
next financial drive of the
against the poorer ones, eayp A as other feeds will have War Work Council of the Y. bartenders furnished their fathers with strong drink.
Spencer of the University of and in
ample
, RELIEF extension division. Where it is ; moving the farms and ware-quan- for $112' ,<4pO.OOO, which 'will -We think of the wives whose hopes and dreams have been
sired to o-rado native stock late In' the fall were decided because the nvenho offer this
up one ( The Bureau of Markets' hay prayer helped to ruin their
cross them with of the weeik. by delegates from
is
I any reporting service pre- whom they once honored.We .
Ieee. your ttomach II"..activ...11 and, your blond bowels r.gular. breeds and produce good hogs. give assistance wherever states.. Seven hundred
,your.>r'/ pure Is an expensive method since it the marketing of hay. the seven states of the think of the men and women who have been reduced lo
i n.aO G.n.ro"iStor.J
two years or longer to improve n'. M. M. Department recently met ,w,
t .Caoh B.....Drug Company, Inc. Manufacturer whose lives have broken who have ben sent to,
Jackaonvilla,Fla.who mak.Ih.i.nuina. quality ao that it will compare MINISTER THANKFUL tlon's leading Y. M. C. A
ably with better ,hogs. While and to asylums,. who are wrecks of their former selves-they
the Capital City Club of
breed is largely a matter of stomach trouble for nearly,fill- The quotas for the are in. anguish are crying out "Deliver us from temptation!I" to
choice, it is to advantage: of also with constipation and'which fever. I states, totaling aame.God to whom the bartenders are appealing, "Shield us and
community to adhere closely to gas
breed for the, sake of uniformity do my work, and while I 000. were decided upon as work, from evil .handil"0 ,,
marketing. sick a lady from out of Florida, $577.584;
i r "'. H. !1.'- me G bot!le of Mayr's Won- 784; Mississippi, $280.000; : As between the Bartenders' Union; which regularly petitions the ,
JACKSONVI1lCfA Lame Shoulder. I believe it is the line $680.288; South to help protect the saloon business, and the forces which ;.
TIN'OLDEST' This ailment is usually caused on earth. It is a 896; Tennessee, $1.095,920; characterized as "evil hands" whose efforts are directed toward \
rheumatism of the muscles All preparation that re $604,000. abolition of the liquor business, there can be no doubt as to '
S urnerr.J rSTA8l/.ShfIJ is needed Is' absolute rest and a tract catarrhal and allays mucus the from inflam.the $15,000,000 to the Y. W. : prayer God will finally answer! j'+:
SEEDlOU.s applications of Chamberlain's Of the total amount $ t
ment. Try it. causes practically all be turned over to the Young If you believe that. the traffic in Alcohol
.IN FLORIDA w. A. !!._.-. )liver a nd intestinal ailments,
A PERSISTENT SLEEPER oppendiciti' One dose will Christian Association in does, more harm than good-HELP STOP IT1!
Ke0 AMarg gtr .. refunded. J. Z. they may carry on the
Aerat. or money
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shall never look at a tivities that they have
ed boy again without thinking of druggist. _ _
A w. s. e Every town and America
<& r JOfflrSBD writes most persistent Alfred II.sleeper Gurney in, a Y. M. i ,APPEAL RENFWED the Southeast was Campaign

A. secretary in France who their appeal to the Am its leading citizens at the
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aboard the ship Oronsa which to increase production of Chief among the advertisement was prepared for the National Campaign Com-
CIRLS! LEMON JUICEIS torpedoed by a German and eggs, the specialists of were Dr. John R. Molt, mittee by Charles Stelzle.
SKIN WHITENER on the morning of April 28th. States Department of Ag- tary of the National War
will agree,*I am sure, when I in a meting at Kansas Cjty ell, ,Geo. W. Perkins, I'
Jlow to make a creamy beauty lotion that three times after our ship adopted a platform of pro- of the 'Bull Moose party j
for a. few cents. been fatally hit by a German with the following aims: of the executive board of ,
this young sleeping beauty got poultry; select healthy States Steel Corporation
The two fresh lemons.traine into the bed from which :he had breeders; hatch early; pre- chairman of the Army and
r Juice'of bottle containing three pulled and three times tried in except for hatching; cull of finance.
M. C. A. bureau
" ounces of orchard white makes a to go to sleep again. ; keep small flocks to sup in the party were A. II. for Castor BeansNew
. whole quarter pint of the most remarkable "lie was only a broth of a tables; grow as much
lemon skin beautifier 'at making his first trip, I saw him food as possible; eat more Chas. 8. Ward, directors
about.the cost one must pay for a on deck; and my mental picture and eggs and. conserve the tional campaign, and A. M. or Second Hand '
,mall jar the ordinary cold creams. him was a shock of red hair the Boys' Earn and Give Bags
Care should be taken to strain the mounting a broad grin. That "OOo-OOOOo-W.II.II w. .. ..- Write for Prices
. grin spread from to
ear ,
lemon fine cloth ear as
juice through a so no. CATTLE FEWER 000 PRIESTS HELP IN FOOD
hours after the sinking ,of the
lemon pulp gets in, then this lotion CARES. .* 1
demonstration
. will keep fresh for months. ,Every he stopped sipping a mug of hot 000 Home of Agriculture Southern States Bag Co.
woman knows that lemon juice is used fee in a railway station on the is the lazy man's Department
to bleach and remove such blemishes to admit,to me that it was very O State agricultural colleges
of Fritz to break ceived much help in food Jacksonville, Fla-
mean
very
: freckles, sallowness and tan and ia up
r *\s night's sleep. more cattle, killed with 0 tion work from priests in '.
i the ideal skin softener, whitener and w, a. a. O churches. The priests give
ro ,eautifier. to feed or'care for0 mation for the agents to
M Just try IU! Get three ounces of > to get to the market-, their congregations: and .
..orchardwhite at any drug store and 0 To Insure publication all communkations manure to spread. meetings and
two lemons from the grocer and make O and notices of meetIngsi the tick suclus the times they come to'the -
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top a quarter pint of this sweetly fragrant 0 mast reach this office 0 speak. This influence is OF FLORIDA FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE
lemon lotion and massage it .. to sell *
meat
0 noon Thursdays. ship or ble in impressing upon the 0..111. FOR WOMEN
' daily >into tha face., neck- arms and 0 milk to deliver0' born women the need of l... T........ leader Army OfSeora T.n...._
t r band .... . .. trips to the bank. 0 to meet the food In Arts and Science. Agri ES* Students from 26 Florida Coun-
w. ,
t the other fellow has all Chemical, Civil. EleetrloeJ. ties and 17 States im-lS. Total 861
' Y.M.C.A.'war work ..ecretaries'are Th. QukriM& That DOM Not Affect tile of foreclosing the College.Tultloq Bnglnetrlnf. Law Including; Sun,m.r 'School and Short
teaching the English language to 1Iee....of Its teak and Uuttoe Owt.? O Pde1 Cored In 6 to H Free. Rend for Catalog. Write at once for C tio\I. ...
thonaandof enlisted men. These TIVB B&OMO QUININB.b.ttnthsa.... DIP TIIAT TICK! 1 IliMgjt.r.f dNoerv If PAZO UNTMmreer.ltcbt.a. 'faIU. A. A. MWHPBH.EH,, .......... EDWARD CONRAJJI. Pmldeat. ..
l men in many csse cannot even under-. : rinwiac QnlniM ta ead bmd.doe_.sot maa caoa_lit MTVOIUMM. tall urn*, artment of Agriculture I 1:"'nal F .......Bll..1.4 BIeedIQ-Ji'IaawtIaa PI-... 10101.wrt .
g $and the comD1AI; d.. ,_, / took. the *i AS t
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W.! B. Crawford' Lea Jamilf Treasurer, and the .Board of Sever .Valley Oaiette a. newspaper published e,

V CRAWFORD A JARRELL RUMINATIONS OF REX I II BIG-SOULED MEN' 'pirertors or.which reduced board at any may time be by the Increased In This said 1st County day of and July State., A. D. 111.

1\\ Association.The . (SEAL) J. U OVKRSTREET
1. ATTORNEYSATLAWOffices annual meeting of this Association Cleric Circuit Court., .
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.. shall be held of ICRlBBB ,A 8T1CICD
the Flr.t day
f; : 4. 6 8L and 1 CLUa4nsBank NEEDED IN Y. M. C. A. July of each year, at which meeting Solicitors for Complainant. 1-4'

; BuiUinjr The death' of John Tracy has removed "The women of Uinta county' Utah, the members shall elect the Board :ofDirectors
and thereupon the Hoard ORDER Of. PUBLICATION
:: Xiaslmme* Florid one of Jug Creek's most hospitable have saved f200 during the past Per Overseas Work With Red Triangle of Directors ahall elect the officers of "
month for the home demonstration corporation at a meeting to be held !_ tsi. Clrevl Cart .f the ..vvsidijBdlelal
citizens,' None passed his county Perces-BOO Recruit Aekod Fr Immediately after the adjournment of Clrralt .* *h* Stat *crlvrlda.

DR. W. W. CARSON house needing shelter and many of agent. The work is carriedon Out: Of. Southeast During July the annual meeting. The Board of I. ..* I.. O.ee.laCasty
shall have power to nil all l. Caaavery.
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DENTIST the citizens from other section at meetings 'to which the women Directors among the officers or directors.

,Office ov r Filler.,Building would make it convenient to reach his I bring their material and work under "Pass the word on; ana pass It are .to The manage names the of affairs the officers of the corporation who. H. P. H._B, C*VI.>ssa>..... t,.

Onto Hours: I-11. .1-4 domicile about dark in order to enJoy the agent's supervision. Three hnu- quickly, that 600 of the moat capable, until the election In lUI, Mrs c........* O. KBB mmm fmtmtir'
OJ 'Phone 1(1 R.sld.ao.'Pbole II earnest and blc souled Christian business shall be aa follows: W. B. Crawford ........... NattBJ BBBC .r !.*..>
Oaa Administered for >KztraotlB. his open handed' hospitality. He ] dred and fifty'hats have been remodeled President: B. I.. Lesley Vice-Presi .Ixrlll*, _...rt..I., a ttmttmmmlBBB.S
Teeth and Ills place a saving of at least $1,600; men are needed Immediately out dent; John 8. Cadet, Secretary; O. H. g c.....rsit"or.., V.I.........
good farmer
was a ,
of Southeastern Department for Praer. Treasurer; and the Board of t
one of the best that the county was dresses have been made from coats: Directors shall consist of the above FORECLOel1RE MORTGAGES
oversea work with the Had Triangle
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW named o together with /. Wade -
fords and was well cared for. and suits, '''waists from old shirts, Force." according to Dr. W. W. Alex- Tucker .e..H. Lee and Bull Bass.Article : It appearing by affidavit appended

has been i with him 'a number of 1 children's clothing from women' ander director of the wir Personnel 1 \ VII. The Board of Directorsare to the bill Sled In the above-stated r
a : hereby empowered to make, alter cause that Mrs. Catherine. C. Kulp, on.
nights and certainly/ enjoyed these) j jvlsitll dresses, boy's trousers from men' Bureau Army and Nayy T. M. C. A, or amend the By-Laws of the corpora-. of the defendants therein named. I* sv

Waring Building.! He ha but one heir, his con, : clothing and boy's overcoats from for the Southeastern Department. The '1 tion.Article VIII. The highest amountof resident ty. Florida of, but Kissimmee has been Osceola absent coun from

Joe who we believe is in the army. men's old coats." *, .quota of 600 for the department for the Indebtednes or liability to which the State of Florida, residing; at }
Johnston . put month was exceeded 121 the corporation may at any time subject Coateavlll Stat of Pennsylvania formol'
Fat O. P. 0...... by en I
thinks
The Democratic
John M. Lea Rooster Itself, shall
)jl' The death of removesa U.tmemu.I never exceed Five '' than sixty days neat preceding
JOHNSTON & GARRETT he'd like to throw them in that old] Thousand (16000.00) Dollars.. the application for this order of publication -
'useful and good citizen from Our The call, now comes for executives, I Article IX.: The amount of the val and that she U over ,the age

ATTORNEYATLAWOffices'10. midst, but we will enter on no eulogy web-footed hen that claims his protection of much business experience and specialists ue of real estate which the corporation of twenty-one year.. ,
may hold shall not exceed Five And It further appearing; by the
t 11 and 12 Citizen Baal) on that gentleman.. Other parties; i iI nod declares that if the Utah In all line. No man;\ in America Thousand Dollars, aubjert always to said affidavit appended to the bill

Building I better 'able to do the subject .justice' people could 'make anything: ; out of Is too big for the smallest Y. M. I the IN approval WITNESS of the WHBRKOF'circuit Judges we have filed Farmers In the A: Mechanics above-stated National cause Bank that i

Klsslmme*. Flo.I. will extol his many virtues., Rex has her, its more than ha's eves l been able C. A.. Job "Over There" Today the 1 hereunto subscribed' our names this of rtiornlxvlllv, Pennsylvania a Nat- p:
I to ''do. Shed not do f leadingmen of ,the nation .are'volunteering 8th day of July, A. D 118.W. Tonal Ranking' Corporation organisedand
roast :
been acquainted with that gentleman sure ar a B. CRAWFORD, existing under the; National Bank i.ft.
for number of but neverhav or a fry unless .you' 3ofterie_ l ;her for the, work: I11nlt presidents JOHN H. CADRIj.,' Act one of the defendants therein
a years O. H. PRXTHKIt Is
named a non-resldent-of the Stat
college presidents, affice holders
ing been an associate, could not give leathery hide. ... N K. U LESLEY, of Floridaand) Is a resident of Phoen-
political leaders, religious( leaders J. 'WA1: >B TV KER"8TATFJ' Ixvllln, State of Pennsylvania.
F his social, walks in life; he therefore The new government tax on railroads si>d hundreds of corporation bead E8ftllSS.. It I I.. therefore ordered that the said

I.I.GDRSO, PIIRMER4A leaves that' to others. We only knew is rather heavy, 4 be.;, we understand are 'riving; all time to the work with OOUNTL nv OK O8CEOLA. defendant are hereby. above required named to appear be and to they the

him to have an open-hearted, gentle. for every hundred miVs' The America's Sons in France. HW IT KNOWN) That before -me. the bill of complaint tiled In said cause ja
Sugar Belt have raised .tlieir fare 2c undersigned officer authorised under on'or before Monday, the ithday of
all times to be State recruiting committees are ?
man who appeared at operating the laws of said State to take acknowledgments August.' D. ISIS otherwise the allegations 4
I "SELLSFire:: : accessible to rich and alike. between here and St. .Cloud, indvp-n-. la the' seven Southeastern personally appeared of said bill will be taken,is; kl
I poor John M. Lee, W. II. Crawford, John 8.Cartel confessed by the said defendants
1'j\;"' 1 Mrs. P. P. Savage returned to her dent..of the government.With states. Information as to the opportunities a H. Prather J. Wade Tucker It Is further ordered that this order {
ab: best wishes to editors and and the.work can be .secured H. L. Lesley, and Hull Bases to me wellknown' be published one a wtk for four consecutive '
Life, Accident and home in this city after a month's ye through the- state -Tecrultlng secretaries ; and known to me to be the weeks In the Kissimmee Valley
: sence spent with her husband, Peter, your employees and to thasj( who persona described in and who executed Uaiette a newspaper published
as follows: ,. the foregoing Articles of Association In said County and State ;
I Health, Pltte'Glass, LiaIlerInsurance.- in Deland. We have not had the read Rex, I will close. Chas. M; Nor'1eet.. 'I. M. C. A., and acknowledged to and beforeme This let day of July A. D. 1915.
,
w. a. a.--. "' that they executed the same for (SEAL) J. U OVERSTREl T,
time to give them a call, so we are Winston-Salem N. C. x
the use and purpose therein expressed. Circuit Court.
f #, bility and 1s' unable to give particulars, but we understand SEEDS FOR CEREAL CROPS. 1919 Heath Bartow, 'Y.. M. C. A.. Columbia Kninnfl k: SEE8.lerk
Tolocate adequate supplies of good WITNESS my hand and official seal Solicitors for Complainant. 19-4t
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that Peter has a splendid ,;8. C. In said County and State this 8th day
Legal Bonds Executed situation which brings him' $2.76 'per quality seed'of cereal crops for 1919 W. E. Hearon, Y. M. C. A., Atlantj.da. of July A D. 1811.SDALNotary NOTICE) OF ADMINISTRATOR' ..;
field inspectors: of the Department of ( M W. SAROKNt- (r..' F..... Dlsehars) e,
Same Day Needed. day, and that the company pays nine Agriculture have already begun workIn Public State at Large. I. CMl- -f C...ty "...e.. Stat ,.t "
dollars a week for his' board, inde- ,the southwest. Work is low belr.=r O. E. Maple, Y. M C. A., Jacksonville My Commission.Expires April 1. IO-4L 1910. Vlmrimm. 0..1. C. Q.,
I . WillisWerkerlys
fields Fla.Truman. I. re Bstat ( tr
done in the of Kanred wheatin I
pendent-of his salary, so he appears Notice U hereby given to all whom
Kansas and of early Baart wheatin L. McOill, Y. M. C. A., Birmingham I. ClresiU r..rt. State ., Florid. Seventh It may concern, that on the loth day s,
OFFICE: j State Bank Building to have found employers who appreciate New Mexico and Arizona in orderto Ala. Judicial. Circuit OseeolaCoMBtr. of September, A. U. \.r"M I shall apply ".
.
i '
r his services.. make available large supplies Of Dr. J. Watt flame Edwards hotel -of to laid the Honorable Court aa Judge T. of Probate r Judge, for

St. Cloud has a regular up-to-date seed of this variety for use in these Jackson, Miss. ur! CHANCERY. my anal discharge a* Administrator'

J depot. There is no designation States and in California next year. F. M. Massey Y. M. C. A.. Nashville. Martha May ....rl....., as Tr..*.e the relate and of that William at the Weckerly time, deceased I'' ,I

J. W. THOMPSON, signs "men" 'and '''womenft-Itl "La This work will be extended with Tenn. fer Frank H. lierriactem. Ce....'.- will present; to said Court same my anal ae- f
wheat and other grains in the more .st. count. a* Administrator of said estate irl
dies" and "Gentlemen. But-t11 seat Important'grainproducing areas of -w. s. 8- vs. and ask for their approval. '

Funeral DirectorAND in the waiting room are far above the the United States as the season advances. "..es F., O'Berry his wife mm mmi* lobs RlUahetV A. Tally W.nllerrr ., Dated Itnd April. A. D. IMS.
A. JO.
ordinary and the superscription, The department is also cooperating Is This Your Experience tortrmimmt l -lam'mo._.DROUGHT Administrator.
/with the State authorities
fountain t1.e drinking ; appended
drinking over It appearing by affidavit '
: selecting and inspecting potatoes to the bill filed In the abovestatedcause NOTICE Of ADMINISTRATOR .
water. Accommodation is one of the be used as seed next that John A. Talty. one of the (F.. Flaal DUrhera-e)
year. Kissimmee Are Afflict .
ornamental notices. If Kissimmee W. 8. ateSTARSPANGLED = Many People : defendants therein named. Is a nonresident I. .C.... .(. CmmmtT ....., State .f
LICENSED EMBALMER ed With Annoying Kidney Ills. of the Florida, and flmrtmm, Osela CeBB.tr. lr
could have"a new and just such depotit BANNEROh Is a resident of s'ttaur. State of Missouri : . !. re Estate .* Fred eli
v', the dawn's whose post office adress Is Ful- Notice i la hereby arlven to all wheat :, A
Store and Stewart AvsEt.slmm.e would be an ornament to the city. say can you see by Are you bothered with too frequent lerton Building, St., Louis, MI"'ourl.and It may concern that on fie tutu day
7; Chapel We had the pleasure of a visit to early light, he 1 la over the age of twenty-one of September, A. D. IIt1KI shall
What so proudly; we hailed at the action of the, kidneys T Are the secre years; It la therefore ordered that said to the Honorable T. r. Judge.
Fla.M. .. our neighbors Mr. and Mrs. Clark, twilight's last gleaming,* tions highly colored-do they contain non-resident defendant be and he ishereby of said Court, aa Judge of Probate, for e
....
required to appear to the bill my. final discharge Administrator
F ON000044044H0 and found them sociable friendlyand Whose broad stripes and bright stars sediment -; burn and scald) in void of complaint filed In said cause on or of the estate of ,tPra, de.easedl ),
well informed. Mrs. Clark 'is a thro' the perilous fight. : These the of kidney before Monday.. the 6th day*of August and that at the same T will -pre* k,
TILLER ing are signs A. D. 1118, otherwise the allegationsof sent to said Court .my final account
O'er the
watched
French lady'and famllar with conditions ramparts we were sickness' and should not be neglected.: said bill will betaken as confessedby aa Administrator of said estate, and
so gallantly streaming.And said defendant. ask for their approval.
i : Real Estate Agency. I over there where our troops are the rocket red glare the bombs Kissimmee people recommend Doan's .It Is further ordered that this order Dated April Itnd A. D. 1'11.
) !! fighting the Kaiser which makes her bursting in air, Kidney Pills. If back aches and UB published once a week for four A. E., DROUGHT. i
your Administrator,1 '
.. .., consecutive weeks In the Kleslmme 1I.1 m'mo. !
conversation ..interesting. Mr. Clark I Gave proof through the night that 1
bight clcL your kidneys are weak you will find . ,
Reaky --- --- --- -- -------- - -
and is- likewise well informed, but hisgood'lady 'our flag was still th re. I.' no better recommended remedy, .

! House rented. informed me that.she had I' Oh, .ay, does that Star-spangled. ban- W. E. Yates, stationery engineer, {r
ner yet wave
J ) Taxes paid and Tides verified < ;' crossed the ocean eight times and O'er the land of the free and the Sunny street, Kissimmee, says: "I ,
I .
' for non-residents. gave 'an amusing account of chairs, .home of the brave. was pretty much knocked out all over .

Fire Life and Accident Isvturkoce. ,' I tables, etc., being in motion. The I some three years ago. My back often I 4w :.

I ; first time she crossed with him they DIXIELAND suddenly and a terrific a
gave away
I wish I In the land ob cotton "
was ,i
storm and those who
tjL ludcmnity Bond encountered a> #1
| :: Old times d4r ''am not forgotten. pain took me in the regions of my
have been on., a ,stormy; sea can appreciate I would have to sit downor "
.... . >0.*.. .... ... ....>.. situation. have Look away, look away look away, kidneys. just
the They a Dixie land. I would fall over. My kidneys act ,

fine' garden and the good lady presented In Dixie land where I was born in ed too frequently and the secretionswere e
Early on one frosty mornin ,w' '1.- '
the
,oR ''MeATS Rex with two peaches-not Look look look scanty and burning in passage.A : Florida's'crop!of orangestarid
, A away away, away, :: r (I Ii i
usuallyfind
ARC weLl.KEPT '* little trumped up things you Dixie land. ; .- '\ .. .. -, : <*!*,<. friend told me to try Doan's Kidney V>'. n>j> UM, *"-""""""-" m. ,:,;

ov in our 'cjty garden-but large, Chorus-,, ,,,, o ''.N.J",. ,','p'; It, *
i
BUTCHERS ADEPT! plump ones,' such as we,used to call Den I wish. I'.was.111! Dlxie/t. Ilooray.<<:! great, relief,from the pain In .1) back BomewhatlargG-j) than]last-jMf not 1
Peach She'also displayed hooray. :'>t*"<; p.i'. .;.v' ..... 'tT" -: ". -
"
the Georgia strengthened.my .mY' kidneys. I have . f t # i **? $, .
la Dixie land I'll take my stand a great deaL a
of likewise: the resultof .
corn ,
an ear To lib an' die in Dixie.'' great faith in this remedy.

'ft that lady's labor and care; not a Away away, away down south in Price '60c rt all dealers. Don't The buying' capacity of, the "

f great big ugly ear such as we see Dixie, simply ask for a kidney remedy get

,# r come from the great west, but a Away' away, away down .tx>uth in Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that public is greater .and the consumer -

I large smoothe. one that would have., Dixie W. 8. g.".-.i- Mr. Yateo had. Foster-Milb'urn co., demand for these fruits

A WHO honored any field. Your part' in the war is to produceas Mfgrs., Buffalo, fc. Y.
t, BUTCHER againsta will be i increased by the educa-
The Germans have run up much as possible, consume as littleas -=2 wa.a.
? KNOWS HIS BUSINESS proposition. They counted on, our We are not going to lose the war, tional work which the Florida'
necessary, and loan your savingsto
but did to think what
ever
i is in charge of this market. lie nation being weak in the war or the the the government. Are you facing would happen you to us stop if we did lose !it? Citrus Exchange is doing to inform 9
at
purchases only the finest meats fighting part of it, and scoffed your task as cheerfully as our fight The speed with which we'vdn it depends -
idea of Our crossing the Ocean with a do theirs upon the way you and I save the people as to their food
and handles them in a manner ing men
J sufficient number of men to "have any - w. s. a. and give the government our financial and health values. .

i that insures their freshness when effect on the armies !in the field: Poor DESERVES A GOLD MEDAL FOR support. Buy W. S. S. for A quick
t you welcome' them to your home. victory.
deluded Kaiser. It would create THIS Under these circumstances .
and .honest
Our'unfailing courtesy .
another surprise if h'e should wake

methods appeal to folks who.be. up some: morning finding our boys in Cincinnati authority tells how to dry LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS the Exchange believes l i that

lieve in getting* their money's themselves from up any corn or callus so it 'I/ .
his kitchen helping I lifts right off. again it will be able to secure : ,
worth of goods.
: quality his larder. I tell you there's no accounting -. XITICK OF JNCOItlMHttTIONNotice
-- la hereby given that the un- satisfactory prices for good :
....I.-- for the United States sol You corn-pestered men and women clfrslKtiert will on the 15th day Of Au-

dier, he's, liable to appear at any old need suffer no longer. Wear the shoes Kust. A. IX 1918 apply to the Judge of fruit well packed. Certainly '
the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judllclal -
place. To strengthen our army and that nearly killed you before says Circuit of the State of Florida. In there' is nothing in the'outlook to
City Market child this Cincinnati authority, because a and for Onoeoln' County. for a Charter
nation, every man, woman and few drops of freezono applied directlyon Incorporating the' Lee Park Company, justify in
i should be adding their 'mite to the a tender, aching corn stops sore a copy of which Charter is hereto. an. growers selling their '
.
general fund. The_vast ocean is madeup ness at once and soon the corn l loosensso nexed.fMAHTpH Of T1IF3 LEE PARK fruit for less'than it is worth. .

Ia644040444 .......ooooo.. from' drops of-water, and the vast it can be lifted out, root and all, Articles of COMPANY Association entered Into
'. without a bit of pain.A .
resources of this country are produced thin 8th day of July. A. r>. 1918, by If you want your good fruit
quarter of an ounce of free zone and between John 1\1. Lei, W.' B. Craw- '
C. from mere grains, and those who costs very little at any drug store, ford. John S. Cadel, Q II. Prat her. J. to bring as much as it should, to '
W. GRIFFINStaple cannot be the great contributors, can but is sufficient'to take off every hardor Wade Tucker. E. U Lesley, Hull Baas
and their associates. who hereby associate ,
what it sells for when .
soft callus. This should be .know just -
scatter their little grains in fruitful corn or themselves together as a corporation '
tried as it Is inexpensive arid is said not for profit, under the lawsof '
and Fancy places and enough of these combined not to inflame or even irritate the the Ktato of Florida: In such case where and to whom sold, and r I

together can buy the Kaiser and all surrounding tissue or skin. made following and as provided their, proposed and to adopt Charter the, how much is the cost of selling, .

his ungodly crew. If your wife wears high heels she to-wIt: , I

t GROCERIESFree We had the pleasure while in St. will be glad to ,know s. 8.of this. tion Article ahall 1.be The Lee name I'ark of Company the corpora-, and join the Exchange. For full particulars 'fl,
V.
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Cloud of meeting Mrs. A. C. Bass, he Its located principal In place Klsslmmce of bunlnuKH, OsceolaCounty shall address the Florida Cit

widow of Archie Bass, who was one <> Florida. .
Delivery to all Parts > STOP THE LEAK.
Article II. The general nature of rus Exchange, Citizens Banks 1
of the City of the most popular citizens in our 8* <> the business to be transacted by this !

county, and a confederate veteran.. > Every ton of southern grass, corporation shall be to conduct. public Building, Tampa, or call on. i
and private amusements, conHtstInjc ..
(0 roughage and cattle feed musfO
Mrs. Bass reported all things favora- ''of musical and literary performances '-".
(0 be turned into meat and milk *
,
picnic ground dancing pavilion -
ble in the Whittier district, and altho <> roller
<0to 'help win the war. bath houses coasters ,
that town has been: merge.! into the The Cattle 'Tick says:' "No. 0- and similar amusement; the sellingof '. .> I
cool drinks and refreshments and ::1'
.
Kenansville P.O.: station yet it would <> Mine first. 'A fat tick and a <> for these purposes the acquiring and '
0 is idea." maintenance of lands, buildings and L: A. HAKES .
soldier'
f seem strange to call it by any other thin my personkl property. ,, Manager Orange ..-'" ""t
<0And the tick is right on the <00 -
name. Article Ill All residents of the : County Citrus Sub-Exchange .
< job. 4 County 'of Usceola shall be eligible I ; (
I My last visit to Mr. John Drawdy'sfound i,4 It lets the animal turn the < for regular membeshlp upon electionby Orlando Fla.EXCHANG. I t

that gentleman in better grass and feed and cotton seed the Board of Director hereinafternamed
p or by the Stockholder at any :
1 I health than usual, Miss ,Dora well meal into blood. regular meeting and upon the pay. "'t t I IFCITRUS
4i and cheerful Nolan still delicate Then the tick taps the blood <> ment of the required membership fee .
; asa The Association shall have the ," .
his before the 0 po..erItr "
result of his recent typhoid attack; upply-tnkes I to all member to pay such .,r.,
cow can turn that feed into and annual fee a* may be I .: '
and the baby well and hearty. 'It refused >'meat or milk or fat. fixed by the By-T aws. .

to'cry during our stay which: <0Two choices-Only one fit to exist Article In perpetuity.IV. This corporation: shall

was some indication of better humor. + Be satisfied with less meat <> of -subscribers are as follows:
7 n The following statement taken <0or milk ton of feed, John M. Lee. W. B. Crawford John S.Cadel .
per QH. Prather, J. Wade Tucker, Yrf
from the Weekly News Letter pub- '
4
.. .. 0 0'1'-
I' K. LM. Lesley Hull Bail, all of whomreside
drove' Tasteless chill Tonic lished at Washington, D. C., is so unique + Stop the feed leak. In the City of. Klsalmmee Os-
: DIP THAT TICK!. ceola County, Florida.
y the malarial 1 terms which an transmitted in its proposition that Rex .. Article VI. The affairs of''the corporation -
M4IIarIa PrictMe. the of it. U. S. Department of Agriculture .shall be conducted by a Pres
blood by the Mooqulco. takes liberty publishing
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EIGHT THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY' GAZETTE, FRIDAY, JULY *'?,1918 _ ___ __ __

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OOOOH O" 'o'OO oooo.o o.oo ooo OttH thermometer indicates that fifty-one "SOME PUMPKIN"

people attended the last; prayer eer- The largest pumpkin ever seen inissiinmee !

; Notes .l- ice. Could you have run it higher? { is on display In the show i

t; Society We extend a cordial invitation. to window of 11. M. Breaker &, Co. It I Osceola Hardware Co
all to attend services.J .
our
was grown by Capt. L R. Farmer on I ,
,
Wells D. SIBERT, Pastor. the county farm and weighs
(')lr.. E. E., Editor.) ,,,. s. g.-_ poor /
nearly: seventy pounds' :
CHRISTIAN CHURCH'10:00Sunday T- ,,,. ..
made all of the Valley Gazette to tend items g.g. Located Klsslmmee's w..
; Request b to, patrons School.. 666 ,cures by remoing the cause. .. on '

; *f Society Event lo the Editor. for publication in these
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, _-,,--.,,-:. .T. TTTT. ..u TTT. . . ., &. 6-. . . . . . . . . . 7:30: --Sermon. OFFICIALS FLORIDA CITRUS .

s ,4 i t'' tor was observed"'and, "done over" Prayer, meeting leach Wednesday EXCHANGE. PRAISE MILLER r It, is true that good painl. like-everything else, costs more than it
CLEVER IIOBO PAnTY f evening: at 7:30.: L., A. S. each Thurs- AND PLANO OF LOCAL EXC.
| ,
grits and spuds wascommon on the used to; but the, fact remains that it yaps to use it. It prevents decay
i
+, bill, of' fare. The usual centre temps day.-- ..(Continued( from; ; Page One)' which is the greatest ",astage'known. The' painting of buildings andimplements"is

Mrs. J. L. Overstreet's Methodist when a Florida razor back investigated Junior, C. E. each Friday'at' 9:00: wholesale, in place of at retail. us a matter of real economy. We sell good. paint "and you

Sunday School class gave MI amusing the contents of the coffee, pot a. m. )heretofore: they have always dono. need Tt, so let's trade. .. '

"Hobo party" Friday night, Misses and inquisitive ,stock, invaded an improvised Young,,Ladies'' Circle meets. each NI kle' Pinchers:' r .- '

Alpha Westfall, Dorothy :Wells sleeping porch! 'was converted second Sunday. The Exchange, he said, handled all Screen 'wire keeps'out l flies and mosquitoes the greatest carriersof
Sibert C. W. B. the first
'Lillian JIar.rU' and WilliametU .. into added pleasure. ,,Even the in each month.meets,' Friday the way, from two to six million dol- disease. It's lots cheaper than a spell of sickness; "-.therefore( be

acting as hostesses weather man was outwitted for: the lars,.$;ach year and has' a 'sys'tem of Vise and protect your family. 16 mesh galvanized wire 'is the bestto
home Church Board meets first
The guests assembled'at the Sunday
conts
cooks donned rain
resourceful\ accounting which distributed
every" 'Yes sell it.
of Mrs. Westfall and'quite in .harmony and proceeded with their tasks when afternoon each! month. ]1 dollar the: day it was received., This use. we \) "'II'

with the evening.they: appeared showersdescended.. You are. cordially. invited to our rule was also followed he raid in the ,
in which
services, We have in stock' some very useful Bread Slick Pans,
at the back door. They ,were givena |
Swimming; in East Lake's placid local exchange; unless tIle members '
bake kind of bread and it in the form of bread
W.
paper sack and a sandwich" ; then 31-tf. II.: Coleman, Pastor. you can any serve
waters wad the chief diversion and agreed to pool their interest for 'a
well all kinds of
sticks
the entire party left for the residenceof w..11.11. which is delightful. They work equally with
y military drill was observed.Amonjt' certain time. So. carefully was each
Mab- EFFICIENCY MEETING HELD flour; land all the substitutes too except saw dust.
Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Wells, on ,
the this dollar
c ; guests who'V'istscJ! } accounted for that the officers
bette street. Here they were served party were, Messrs.: 'Ralph Benr len, AT THE METHODIST CHURCHThe' I had gait ed the title of "NickUj Pinchers. '
with small cakes and were given an Walter Bass, Murray Overstreet and campaign ." .' s: Have;. you looked through our Furniture Department I UjtelyT If s
is
which I
amusing device for selecting part. C. II. Summer. being waged through this districtof I He referred to the Loan & Trust you have not; we'would"elteem it a pleasure; to show the nice_. thingswe
ners; then' Teft for 'Cape Breeze addii have for you. Drop in nevt time you're up town. r
+ Company formed to bring ,relief to .
-,' LEAGUE the M. E. Church, South was,I .
i tion to knock at the home of Mr. and I' PATRIOTIC |
held in Kissimmee this week, beginning the growers by advancing money on
Airs. W. B. Harris. Tin cups were + + their Fruit the trees is WHAT OUR OFFICE DOG THINKS
Wednesday evening and closing crops. on
f added to their collection at this stop Miss Inez Carson, sponsor for the
Thursday afternoon. The team identically the same as goods on the
and the remainder' of the eve'ningwas Patriotic League, and her assistan, conducting -
these includes shelf, he said. Polk county bad gone
spent at Dr. and Mrs. Sibert's Miss Helen Bass', arranged a pleasant meetings If I was a slacker and too cowardly to
the' Presiding Elder White, of Orlando one step further toward handling her
variation of usual drill Wednesday
,7 residence Sumner street where
on ,
merry games provided ample enter afternoon' and divided the time be- who directs the work;- Dr. Patterson, own business with her own hands, fight and at the. same time was too infernally -

' tainment. twwen, the usual military tactics, and Conference! Miasionery Secretarywith I and now owns and operates a crate lazy to work at some useful avo'

v It )had been the intention of the the singing camp songs at the Hart headquarters at Tampa; Rev. mill to make the orange' business. a t
ration I'd be ashamed of myself because
business.
paying
C. H. Harden, pastor at Winter Haven
hostess to award a prize for the most Memorial building. At the close of
and Miss Hansen, District' Field Manager F. S. Skeliy of Tampa, I wasn't ashamed of
I IrY
"'ti i appropriate costume, but no judge the practice, ice cream cones were ; more myself; ajid
stated that the Exchange had been
work. Miss
could be found\ who could make 'a decision served. Secretary or Elementary the best wouldn't try to look even an honest dogin ..
selling in the state
from the assembled hobos. This organization has become an Hansen was not, present at the Kis- agency
'
sjmrnee meeting. last season,bringing its customers lOc the race I
important factor in
? Cake and punch cohcluded this everypatriotic
novel meeting held here and contributes It is the intention of the team to to 50c per box more than its compet:

i : ; The evening.guests Included) Misses Helen largely ,to the success of the beautifully visit every church by grouping them itors. The New York representative

t' Bass, Percle Oliver, Lois Overstreet, sung camp songs and patrioticairs. wherever it is possible, and to speakto corroborated the'statemer.t' saying
w
he had received 38c above all
Gladys Griffin, Williametta Sibert, In fact it has been said that no the people on every department of compet-
Hardware
Osceola. Co.Don't
Maggie Mae McCranie, Mabel and organization in Florida can ,compete the church activity.Dr. itors.Mr.. Skelly dwent principally-on the
Patterson presents 'the mis-
Clara Ploetz Lillian Harris Jeanette with the girls in this patriotic ser- .
local situation and urged that the Os-
Harden makes
Rev.
Prevatt, Essie and Trlxie Bass, and vice. sionary message;
ceola men pool for the to insure
strong for Southern year
their Those attending the Wednesda'yafternpon a plea College
Elsie
guest, Russell, of Arcadia,
the Methodist school at Sutherland.Miss the equal distribution over the season
c' Mary'Singletary Neva Lesta, Frances metting were, Misses Carson, to all..
Helen Bass Dot Makinson Anna Hansen talks on the Sun
,
Mamie Emily
Tress. Pilley, Dorothy Kissimmee{ Fruit In Demand.
S + Wells, Elizabeth Ledbetter, Frieda Sanderson, Minkie Gardner, Jettie day school work.
Schwelkart Wilson, Irene Reed Cornelia Sander Even the .social side of the churchis He handed Manager Piano several
Adah C. ,
: Wagner, Dot To
boquets while telling of wha had Forget Go ToFloyd's
not forgotten, and at each point a
dVfakinson; Susie Tyson, and Arthur son, Thelma Sutton, PorchU Pherigo,
been accomplished
her last
Gardner, C. H. Summers, Prater Gilbert Velma Hudson, Fern and Ila Fansler, basket dinner is .held at the noon season

: '4 Verne Wilson, Murray Over- Mary Schilders Jeannie Carroway, hour. At Kissimmee this was held and spoke of the'reputation' Kissim '

'street.;Henry Singletary Roscoe Rob- Ethel Allen, Grace Eleanor Graves, at the bungalow where two long, tables mee fruit was gaining. There was Cash ,
very little decay found, lie said and
delicious
z \ Alfred and Zelma Cooper, Mamie Pilley Violet were'spread with home
s rson, Dewey Ivey,Carlyle"Bronson I
the Eastern dealers asking for
were
r Irlo Bronaon, Elmo Griffin, Bullock\ Mary Tiller, Maggie Mae I cooked food, and while there was a ;

t Clifford Lester, W. O. Powell, Walter McCranie, Mattie' Stanford,Elizabeth lavish supply, not even the food administrator the Kissimmee brand.,
\ He gave some practical advice on
Bass Ledbetter, Norma Griffin and Margaret who was present could
Leroy Lesley, Bryan Simpson, Grocery
I grading and urged,the keeping ofa
to the viands for up
4 Frits Barber, Howard Roberts, .and Stanford, object every requestof ,
1 the administration was observed fine grade and package, and then
Harold .
Henberg.t t I SWIMMING PARTY f and'no article allowed to go' to waste. "sit steady in the boat '' :
For Your Groceries and
1 | CLASS AND CAMPING PARTY f + .* The 'dinner was' arranged by Mesda- R. H. Holland, the Exchange's' representative ',; Fresh Meat
Mrs. George Persons chaperoned l in New York City, who is : f
; *tr mes. Lane Paulk, John. Bronson, and
her Sunday School class of the Meth- time in the state
,
) Camping parties have beoom.e H. N. Brattan, who were assisted bya spending some
odist church on a swim and picnic number of ladies of the made a short talk looking at t.he'lub
common as vacations become due and church. We full line of
'the' one enjoying the week-end at supper to Lake Conway, Thursday About fifty people were present to ject from the sellers standpoint, and carry a Fancy

East Lake was among the pleasant- afternoon. The following little girls take 'part in this 'pleasant feature of was able to tell what the Exchangehad and

est of these ,events. were in attendance:. Irene Ingram, the campaign.Dr. accomplished along the line of Family Groceries,. and :
Virgini/and: Geraldine Lesley ClaraTucker distribution when market be-
White stated that the any
Misses Helen Bass, Mattie Belle meet-
Harris, Orpha Rose, Claire Hatha- Ruby Driggers, ,Juliaand ings were well attended over the district came congested, as was the case last you will find our delivery "
Delia Ledbetter, Florence rnd Norma and interest season at the point where he 'was lo ,
way, Ethel Gilbert, Kathleen Bear- strong had been
Reeve, and Maggie Pringie.W. cated. He emphasized the impor- service .
}
den, are the names' by which thecampers manifested n their talks.w. prompt
.
---- 8. g. the
g. g. tance of growers standing by
known to the
are usually
METHODIST CHURCH The Woman's Home Guards of Os- their managers grading and 'in their and efficient.GET
public, but throughout the entire .
Preaching by the Pastor Sunday, ceola county mobolized tolKht/ the keeping up their standard.A .
three days sport they answered to
at 11:00: a. m. and 8:00: m. Hun
p. by buying Thrift Stamps and very pertinent question was
the pseiidonlms of Peanuts, Freckles, Morning subject, "Coming again with food conservation, is recruitingits voiced during the time alloted to this OUR PRICES ON FEED
e Sneeze, Bones, Ijit and Slivers. They '
with Jesus"Eening third company. Every patriotic feature of the meeting, when Hon. N. I
chaperoned by Mr, 'and Mrs:
were subject, 'Lost," 'The Spirit woman in the county is eligible to C.- Bryan asked /'Why does not the
Milton Pledger and Mrs. W. C. Bass. Christ." Phone.176
'of
membership 'in' these companies. Ihe Association ask the Federal Govern-
j Reports from the, camp state that Mr. Driggers will lead the prayer- "Cradle to/ the graved! being the only ment to investigate the trust 'which .
every' order of the food administra I We deliver inside the city. We
I appreciate
meeting orders
Wednesday ,evening. The age limits.-Polk County Record. evidently exists in crate manufacturing your

and in other essentials to the

industry." In reply''' it was Stated

. . .. --. that the government would investi- ,

gate if the proper evidence was pro

duced. What it must consider is not
OURBigShoeSaie
circumstantial evidence, but cold

facts, and as yet these, for instance,

price of production of these necessi-

i .' ties to the} fruit business, cannot be

( of" had. However, these details will be

THE. AUTOCRAT worked out in time and the Exchangewill

n be in a position to say just whatis

a fair profit to the manufacturer.

Chairman Curry issued a word of
Closes
There was a time when the banker was considered theaustere old warning about camouflage' and German Tomorrow

of the propeganda ;Ihe called it, in
autocrat community. It is not so now. as
regard to the market conditions and
The SUCCESSFUL banker has learned that he is only one of the branded the unsettling rumors afloat'

many members of the community and that his success i is dependant. about lack of government interest ': (SATURDAY) -

r upon the success of his neighbors. and transportation, as enemies of the .

country. He urged the people as a
i / Therefore this successful banker is conducting his business on a dif patriotic: measure not to be deceivedby .

ferent plan. A plan of service, giving his patrons a real service in all this talk, but sell for nothing less I Better come and get, yours while

% t his financial enterprises. i ia a fair price and to keep their. moneyat I

J S --.. home. 1-- .WIt they are going cheap.;
s a We will be glad to have you call and talk over with us your banking was evident that the Florida i

i. st a needs and let us serve you. .. Citrus Exchange is enjoying a natural -

s 0a 'growth and it has become a. stable H. C. STANFORD CO.

organization in the state.

Citizens Bank 'W"s.'s. TIM Strong Withstand UM Heat ol

ar nt anaga r axe Summer Better Than the Weak, I
'
Old people who. ere feeble.. end younger people
., 'I :. '.. -OF KISSIMMEE a surges who are week,will b.etntxtnened and enabled toCOtbnxUh MARKETING HOGS two months
f' ago. Fifty were sick and
4euKO tff TUB. the depraving beet of summer briskly beats
j: burying them. Steve Hoover, off feed. Nearby herds
GJtOVE'S TASTILESSclaUi: TONIC. Hporiaee had cholera.
1 ,- ', :" :- :,'- The 1 bank with the,ability and wiDiaz. UNITED OOVEBMMENT STATES.. .Dd enrich..the blood end bolide up the whole ireUrn. Mt. Pleasant, Iowa herd writes', "Com- I did not lose one-they are'well and '
Yea cm aim leel Its 8ueBltl>ealm.InvUoc- menced 'feeding my of about 100 growing fast :Waters & Carson
(, aces t. SERVE sUedteeat. spa, hogs B.: A. Thomas' Hog Powder over Grocery Co. ;


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