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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: October 12, 1917
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00824
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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It I;t TO BE PLANTED IN POTATOES with WHEREAS the federal,government It U the By duty,in Governor of the. every conservation patriotic. of chizen food to supplies co-op-stale, that BE DEDICATED. NEXT' 'SUNDAY '

waste may prevented in the feeding of our people and ,that our allies ., .
irt the world war may be fed and -

:. OSCEOLA COUNTY FARMERS I I' 4' WHEREAS, It i i. a sacred duty to teach'the spirit of patriotism to ; IMPOSING PROGRAM ARRANGEDFOR

children and to'inculcate in them practical and desire' SCEO'lA
our : patriotism a
V. I OSCEOLA'S' HONOR to be helpful as far as they may be able, to conserve the resourcesof HIGH EA *

TO HELP FURNISH SPUDS FOR the nation in order that the United States may be successful in the METHODIST AND PRESBYTER.IAN .


WHEREAS, President Wilson has called upon the teachers and t
,school officers of the nation to co-operate 'witl1'.the ,constituted federal '

LAST YEAR-OSCEOLA COMING U. S. navy recruiting station. authorities, to bring la the minds of our people anew appreciation' of Osceola. high school team, tooka PASTORS HAVE BEEN'INVITEDTO

p INTOHER, OWN. at the Atlanta names has of the prepared young a: men list; giving who . the problems of National. life" and a deeper understanding of the; meaning ; ' long .step toward< the coveted state BE PRESENT.

[ have enlisted through this station in and aim of democracy. championship when they won from.

m the U. S. navy in the last four years, THEREFORE, I, Sidney J. Catts.-governor' of f the State of Florida Orlando Friday1 on the, local field Jn'

That Klssimmee will come to the and the 'date of enlistment.On do hereby set 'apart , the first football game( of tho season The new Baptist- Church, which U ,

front alt a "center for the productionof the nation's honor roll appear with a score d 35 to 0. said to be one of the most,unique and

potatoes is now practically certain the names men of who several stepped Osceola forward county in October Nineteenth It had been repeatedly remarkedon compact'buillings of this denomination 1

and more than one thousand acres of this young crisis and offered themselves for the streets that the KUsimmee I in' Florida, will be completed this)

;. this staple crop will probably be i their country's service. These are: a* bunch was a promising team ,which week and the keys turned over to the

" wup1untsd.itt..tbas:efai/;Uei i ,- ,I Conwa, .-G._h jrkin.., AS,} ._of St. would"make the name of Osceola High I building committee tomorrow. ,
*"*""' 4t Cloud, we 11t\'t i .. the fifteenth of January. r.ot """Uok r44awgtNF t4rryaatht tJm-, riedicatoYi1Sj 1\!\ willbe_.._
;t Last season only '200( acre's were B. Story (C. P.) 'of Kissim- Conservation state this's ason, and many spectators held Sunday morning OctouerTith "''=
i inee, enlisting Sept. 5, 1910; Dan E. ,
were on the ground to witness the with the'order of service as follows;
planted here and these brought at 'a Armstrong (Fir. 3d), of St. Cloud, en- i
first trial of their strength. Severalcars ,
conservative estimate, something listing May 6 t, 1917, and Wilbur E. .and direct all school officers and teachers throughout the State of Florida of enthusiasts from Orlando I I Sunday school, 9:45: a. m. N. C.

: over $50,000. This section has never Garner (A, S.) of Kisstrnmee,', enlist' "'to conduct'such'exerciees as, may seem /fit and proper on that day, swelled. the number to 'one.of.the larg. I Bryan Supt. -

;r turned ,its 'attention seriously to the ing July 11, 1917. acid to cp-o ,erat.e with Hon. Herbert Hoover, National Food Adminis- cat crowds ever attending these I Sunday morning 11 'o'clock, Orchestra
1 These now "some-
men are
: trucking possibilities but one lesson where In young the navy" doing'their bit for trator, and with Leroy Hodges, campaign director of the food adminis- games.The teams were well matched to ''Invocation selection hymn.and doxology.r' '

,. which was impressed: upon the people Uncle Sam and their home town. tration for. the State of Florida by causing the pupils in the schools to weight, Orlando having /the advantage as Invocation, Rev. W..J3. Wither.

was itably., that we can raise potatoes prof-j rign the individual pled cards to be furnished the county school 'officials of a few pounds, though this weightwas spoon D. D. ,

\. The continued appeal of the ; and, principals of each school; I also direct that the teachers not evenly !distributed as with Hymn 200 in New Evangel.

F ment for greater food Kover-I TRACTOR ATTACHMENT Qf the state secure the "ten lessons in food conservation." prepared KUsy.The visitors I Scripture reading, Rev. G..II. Sum-
the and there
won tpss mers. -
; -* gether with the high price of every United States bureau of education and! to faithfuly teach the their luck left
I article of food have stressed the importance by the them for almost the 1 Prayer, Rev. J. J. Farmer.
i- of growing this crop on alarger1 ATTRACTS ATTENTIONA same in connection with the daily lessons in the school; and I also direct first' clash of the teams. foretold the Hymn 474 Baptist Hymnal.

scale and men who have never that the various teachers see that there cards are signed and forwarded outcome of the game. Theft seemed to Announcement and offering.
e farmed before will do 110. at least by push and constant fumbles killed I Special music.
proxy, this season. With the fixed : to the federal food administrator.IN the fine work of Brewer, Andersonand Sermon by pastor, O. B. Falls.
price of wheat at its present demonstration which) attracted WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and Loraine. The weakness of their I Song 478.Unveiling. ,
there is small hope of flour cheaper\ :general interest among farmers in caused the great seal of the State of Florida to be affixed/ at Talla- offensive was shown in the first and of memorial window-
this section was shown at the W. H. second quarters which were played en- Masters Roy Bell Joe Sears Henry-
than $14 ,to $16 per barrel, and even I ,
at that p 'ice, which is almost prohibitive Wilson farm Saturday when J. Y. hassee. the Capital this 9th day of October 1917. tirely on their territory In the second Edwards and Miss Wilhelmma Car.

to a man on a small salary, Food :I King .set his Smith-form-a-tractor at (Seal) i SIDNEY" J. CATTS Governor. half they stiffened a bit and put son. .
Director Hoover repeatedly urges the work plowing a patch for potatoes. Attest: up a good fight when Kissimmee Address by lion. W. J. Sears.
use of substitutes as far as possible ,' Mr. King owns forty acres of muck forced them back to the very shadow Dedication prayer, lIon. C. A. Car'
So the potato has come into its own. ![ land ,near here and has decided to use H. CLAY CRAWFORD of the goal post but Kissimmee brokeup son. ;
f. It would be difficult to estimate the modern methods in farming his land, Secretary of State. every formation and repeatedly Hymn' 506.
full, effect this agricultural effort I' and has purchased this"tractor pre. romped home with touchdowns.At Benediction.The .
CL .. would have on the community. Based I paratory to planting the spring crop. not time in the game was the memorial windows to be unveiled .
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p, on last year's figures at a conservative The machine attached to a Ford local's goal threatened. Kissimmee are dedicated to Rev. T. J. Bell,
t- ( estiMate, 50,000 barrels of potatoes roadster and is operated by one man. played to win from the first. down. the first pastor of the church organization
" I '' would be produced. At even $5 When plowing Mr. Wilson's field the Florida Presbytery In The fine team work of the boys, the and his wife; pro W. J. Sears, n
r per barrel, which is a low estimate of plow was set at 'seven inches, thoughit machine-like precision of every for the first deacon;- l\lr. and Mrs. J. S. r
what, they would bring, the total may be gauged to suit the condi mation elicited the admiration of the Oliver, faithful workers, and Dozier
would reach $250,000. It would prove lion II. __ crowd. Leitner, who for many years served
., no small Impetus to trade when this Mr. King was kept busy Saturday Annual Session Here The game was not lacking In spec aa treasurer. '
J amount of added money circulates answering questions of the spectators tacular features, however, and Ro- All the former pastors now living,
.,.V. through the business c''anncla! of the who watched the work. One gero's runs have won him mention I who have served the Klaslmmee
'f'!-- city.II.. asked if it would not be cheaper to -- from the press of the state as "per. church, haye received urgent invitations .
Clay Stanford ono of the prom-I buy .a tractor with tike motive powerincluded haps the fastest broken field' runner to be present at this event, when
s inent business men who have in'l to which, Mr. King replied The Presbytery of Florida met with Green, Albert 'Manypenny and A. S.Nelson. in all Florida." A 20-yard dash the struggles of pioneer days and the
l terests of tho city at heart in speaking that the farmer needed a tractor buta the Kissimmee church Tuesday evening around end; a ;30-yard run off tackle ; faithful reaping of the. subsequent
? of the coming season! said: short period,, of the year while a at 7:30 and remained in session Rev. ,E. G. McKinley has been the and 50-yard run off tackle scored harvest as the church grew and prospered
-< 'There is no doubt that the potato is car could be used every day. The until Thursday'noor\, when it adjourned stated clerk of the body for twenty for three touchdowns.. Bryan, Kis- I are crystalized in this culmination '
1k' the, salvation of\,this,section,;,It, hai! tractor,'can, be", attached to (.the,;rear ,to ,meet, at, 'Green!, Cove,;. Springs years and though quite feeble, was Bmimee's famous fast end, got away' of their hopes and ambitions, in
I'. ,: been proved jthatigf! ''potntoesM do wehero.iandjitiflsj !\ axle of;the;car*in,a(few/minutesfand t'xtt plgJriJi}) '); i};t: (r''. )' ''il' fMtr! ::1 5 I elected to succeed himself,,'out of ,con.. with a brilliant broken run. across a handsome, edifice worthy of.the
h" > anlbejremoved JnTa'.halfJ hour's It v
; I : time : field
prolmblelthej 40-yard for
d, t tt growers .The. follow were f1 at.tendance,1; sideration of hislong; f""'and ; ''efficient a touchdown, and cause it represents. The following familiar
'";.c :'will ''receivelfroml$51tot$7j pert barrel and I the car Is again ready forJathe ng Bfervices ;$andjRevisAjkW d JiA.Pierce,;was Capt ,;; Bullock, carried the,': ,pigskinacros8for.another'8ixpointsb .names echo a thousand kindly
4 for the nex "spring'_cropflEvery' ! road '" "namely" J elected to' S assists?him\s! inR! thefi'\ office | : !:;: '' ?Bul.j memories! in:'the, hearts ,of.,the'people:'
: It is to give the thirteen 'PRev:' P. 'Ketcham, D. D., of lock's ,
t, thing is high and potatoes are boundto ; geared car work. record'for-' kicking goals 'was. here. \ ' '
stay up ,end,'the: pricj next spring times its normal pulling power,,which Roc1, ledge; Rev. C. II. French D. D., Dr. French, the president of Rollins untarnished, and added'four points for Dr .A. J. Holt of Arcadia; Dr. Bun-
may greatly exceed this fif-ure. reduces its speed to about two miles I LL. i D., president of Rollins Collegeat I College, was received into the fellowship ( the locals and Rogero rounded out the yan Stephens. Ocala; Rev C. M. Brit- -
'1 ho \planting of as large an acrc- '' an hour or an ordinary walk, while Wither Park, and Rev. Edwin P. I of the Presbytery on a letter score to 35 with' a well aimed kick. ton of Lake City;-Rev. H. P. Jacksonof
a ,vic n local market for every bushel miles per hour. Arnold House. I I I Rev. If. K, Thompson was dismissedto gletary counted for gains while the Winnsboro, S. C.; Dr. J. C. Massee of
of saleable tubers rriscd for buyers One bystander asked "How lon!' I Rev. W. W. Faris" D. IX, and Elder the Presbytery of Indiana. intercepted: passes and line'plunges Dayton 0.; and Dr.) G. W. Gardner of
would bo right on the spot with offersof ran you run your engine/ at that C. D. Benson of Miami, guests at the I I Dr. Bigler made masterly patriotic were exceptionally fine. I Bronson's Greensboro, N. C.
a price f. '0. b. Ki. the r llk' of the sh'ppor' would be eliminated. was the answer. Then the ownpof 1 Rev. E. C. McKinley, the clerk for I I i "The Church in this Witr-Tinie\ ," plays. of which any city may l he proud. [It
I I I the machine removed the' hood of the twenty years, of Candler, and Rev. 11'1 whll'hVna applauded repeatedly Just how well the hoys could play I IH constructed of sand-lime buff brick
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Air. Stanford I, working in conji'notion c-ar showing the cooling equipment C, Nation of Weirsdale, guests at the showing that the body was bristlingwith with stronger opposition could not be with white trimmings. The design of
with J. T. Burkhullor, wl o i.1, i I which comes with the tractor. and I.U is I :Manhattan Hotel. I I patriotic fire. seen but they believe in themselves, the building is a modification of the

,( closely in touch with the situation, I permanent fixture OJi the rur. This|r Rt..J. F. 'Berry 'of Winter Haven,', A memorial lIervl'eVa!! held! in Kiifiimmce believe in them and Osceola' Gothic and the windows are especially
: compiled the following list of growers includes a honeycomb radiator, a i I honor of Rev. A. J. Compton of Tarpon e pennant may wave as the champion arllstio.", The interior is finished in
of Mrs. W. M. Skinner! -
'nd the acioage they Expect to plant: double fan'running double speed, an' guest i j.! Springs, who had! high school when the season J I, cypress in the natural color.
: J. Wnlde Tucker-, _,_MOH. auxiliary sight oiling system operated Elder: W. L. !Mason of Auburndale, the last: passed. oversince I (1 sea. The building Is provided with a
';. I..I.esley------------------ __. BO by h force pump and an extra guest of !Mrs. J. F. Walter. Sunday school work The line-up: large auditorium, a balcony and
S. B. Aultmun,._*,_ SO water circulatory system. The Fordor I ]It'v and Mrs. B. B. Staats of Au- I I by the rendering was of emphasized addresses Oilando Kissimmee, twenty separate class rooms.It .
S. I. and J. 3 K.; l-upfer _.**_ _. :HO arty other car with.the same sized I burndale guests at the Lincoln I by Rev. G. V. Albertson the- Brewer-------. I. ., V. Bryan" is modern throughout' and Is
:. Lupfer, Prathvr and Davis____:: 25J. ; axle, so' equipped has sufficient' power House; also Mr. and l Mrs. F. F. Flint '' Sunday school missionary of the Presbytery 'tambo. .r. too (',. lirontian lighted, fanned and heated with elec- .
+, M. Lee---------------- aoAV. ; to pull two disk plows 22 inches in I and Rev. and Mrs. 11. G. Denison of I''I ; Dr. W. B. Witherspoon Mr. Hund -------1. g;-- .-- !F' Bryan tricity. The cost if the building com-
B. Mnkinsonu.n:: .: Ill{ ( i diameter. At the work done on Mr.Wilson's Lake Alfred 1'. E.: Grccin of Birmingham, Ala., superintendent }y0J-.' c.I. llronson: plete is estimated at $15,000.
C. H. Funk_,w_. 10) farm they were rutting a ;, Over-street .r. Uj!
Rev. C., 1 II.[ Foland of Sorrento; of this department of the Jr.-h.' Bass I '
J. K. Ililliard.,., __ 15 strip 22 inches wide, which may be!' increased ,- I Fisher
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Rev and Mrs J. T. W. Stewart and work of the Synod and Elder C. I D. Wells AUTOMOBILE CLUB
/ R. P. Hansel'_ 1'', to thirty inches! in ordinary Elder and Mis. Albert Manypenny of Benson superintendent of J. rBine ...r. e.Overstreet.
Edgewater Farms _....._._..: 25! soil when the plows are adjusted for St. Cloud, guests at Mrs. West- I school at Miami. / the Sunday Anderson--q. b.Rogero APPOINTS COMMITTEESThe
f W. If. Willson_._ r>0 this width. fall's. Kunnell .h.
A Singletary
:' Miller & Garden! _ 30''I Mr.! King says it is the patriotic popular meeting of great power Porter .--h. b Bullock KiBsimmee Automobile Club
Rev. Dr. and Mrs. W. S. P. Cochranand I was held Wednesday evening when a -
Ross Graves duty of farmer to the
; 10 every Ziegler---- b._ h Id called meeting at the Hall
I. fine .Arnold a City
;. Fansler & Burkhalter___IT._-_ 22 I utmost efficiency on his tract, For lit H. W. Bishop Esq., of Eustis, Rexford paper prepared by Rev. G. W. Subs: Orlando; seven!' men Kissim Friday night to perfect the organization.
on Luther and the Protestant ;
- d' M. I D. Casler. ,_ 10 tle more than the price of a good mule guests at the .Graystone Hotel mee. Summers for. Overstreet. President Stanford presided
J. S. Stratton- 40 the farmer could harness his car for Rev. R. W. Edwards of Jacksonville, Thomson Reformation Mr., was Rexford read by Dr. E. P. Referee, Brown. I with Secretary Steed and all other officers
Henry Lightsey .._,_ 2f work and could utilize the feed for guest of Mrs. S. J. Souders. having been Time of quarters
called : 12121010. present.
-- Pr Dr. Hyatt --.. .,..-.,;;,; ..-,____ If this mule in producing stock which Rev. C. H. Abernathy of Jackson- critical back home on account of the I There was little business to discuss
A. L. King -'. 10 could be converted into food. ville and Elder P: E. Green of Ala. illness of his wife. An address other than the of commit.
A. E. Donegan _,.-__ 2f There is little doubt that should the bama, guests at Mrs. F. G. Thomasson's was made by Dr. C. 11. Frenchon URGENT APPEAL tees. These follow: "
L. E. Taylor 15 farmers generally adopt modern mn. and the Graves House. "Our Presbyterian Responsibility, FOR Membership Committee D. G.
Miss Mattie Bandy __.. 10 chinery it would revolutionize the Rev. G. W. Rexford of Fort Myers and this was followed by one on "The I : ''
-- I I I Wagner chairman; J. S. Cadel, B. C.
Resources of the Churches
W. C. Bass _... 10 farmlnIndustry/! in this vicinity.After I and Rev. B. B. Bigler i D. I D., of St. Rev.for Meeting OUR GREATEST Miller, C, A. Carson and J. H. Prath. .
b Bags and Whidden___,_,__ 10 I the demonstration at the Augustine, guests of Mrs. C. V. Responsibility, .by J. T. CHARITY .
Capt. H. R. Farmer for Osceola Co. 15 .. Wilson farm, Mr. King put the tractor Bearden. W. Stewart. er.Law Ordinance Committee W. J. '
4' Nick Rogero 5 at work on his farm ,at Loughman, / Rev. Wm. L. Atkisson of Crescent A resolution of hearty 'thanks was Sited, D. W. Alderman N. :
Karl Smith ____ 5 where it is now pulling the double City, guest of Mrs. L. M. Kenton. voted by the Presbytery and many The fol'iwinj-' I"i invtn .t f r ,ri a R. Thomas and J. L. Overstreet., C. Bryan,
I? TU. E. Stevens.-___, ft disk plow in muck land, cutting/ fur Rev. A. W. Pierce of Green Cove complimentary expressions of appre- letter which Supt. Marcus Fage of Publicity Committee: W. B. Harris
J. A. Keen 5 row ten inches deep and two feet Springs and Rev. G. V. Albertson of ciation of'the painstaking hospitality the Children's Home Society of Jack. A. E. Donegan B.
*,,1 J. L. Overstreet___ ____________ 5 wide. It turns an acre of this land DeLand, guests of Mrrs. J. W. Miller. afforded by the Kissimmee church. sonville has sent out to the VansAgnew and J. M., Lee.Bryan': E. G.'
Alex under in three hours. Elder Brecht of Fort The entire program of the occasion This press
Remington-Smith\___ 40 J. E. Myers, is probably Florida's most wor- Touring and Information Dr. T. M.
y, B. E. Evans. 14 guest at the Graystone Hotel. was exceptionally interesting. The thy charity, and the Gazette Rivers :
hopes Gay Livingston C. B. EUra,
Mr. Reep IB PARKER & STOUT MOVING Albert E. Bearden represented the stated clerk, for whom this was the all its readers will be as liberal as L. II. Ingram and J.: J. Griffin.,
Mrs. Burkhalter ___- 5 local church.Dr. 26th session he had attended, said possible In helping relieve
"" the situation Neat little distributed to
a t II. M. Breaker ._.,____ r SAWMILL TO NEW TIMBER Ketcham the Moderator of j I with enthusiasm that there was not : the cards were in
Irr J. R. Gilbert .-.._t_ 5 the Presbytery this year, came in one of the other twenty-five that "Dear Friend: With a deficit of' their membership committee for use in.
r Nelson Realty Co. _______ from his came near approaching this in interest campaign and they, were
5 Parker & Stout, the well known Saturday summer vacation 1 1 I one 2623.43 facing our society a home structed to back to the club
r "1r. Allen -' ..___- 1G local sawmill firm, have been moving in Canada, and filled the pulpit most I, and that it was.due to the efficient full of orphan and homeless children at the meeting which will be
-.. H. Ingram ._ 60 acceptably Sunday at the Presbyterian -I care of Dr. Witherspoon whose from wee babes
their mill this week from near Shingle on call.
up awaiting good subject to the president's
.. Mayor Cadel .,__un'I() Creek to the Rull Bass place east of Church. duty it was to prepare the program. family homes; with an of .
e t .w arry Johnson _T________.___ 16 Kissimmee, where they have secured The opening sermon was preached This was the third time Mr. Greenof three little ones referred average to us for INVITED TO RECEPTION
.eta Brothers -.._____ 10 a large body of fine timber. Tuesday evening by Rev. Wm. L. At Alabama has officiated in the Sun homes and care daily with GOVERNORSThe
,,V>M. O. Wells___,_________________ 4 This firm recently purchased a two- kisson on the Divine Power of the day school work in Kissimmee, and orphanage and children' every other FOR SOUTHERN
,.. H. W. Boice ________,__? 5 ton Indiana truck for hauling lumber, Scripture,, there were many expression of appreciation state filled to overflowing, ancTthe net -Board- of Trade to In e
{ M. A. Morrison..__._.,_._?______ 5 i which they found decidedly handy A communion service followed, of his most excellent work. cesslty of securing immediate Kissimmee to reception
I P. C. Butteroff.._________?_.,..__ 10 when it came to moving. On Mondaya Rev. E. P. Thomson officiating, assisted He has become quite a favorite with aid; or give up our glorious financial receipt of an the invitation house of southern ;
work of
l ho9 ,, There are no doubt many more six-thousand-pound boiler was by Elden II. W Bishop, p, E. our people. ( (generally conceded to le "Florida's "in honor on the evening of Monday. {

," t whose plans have not taken definite transported, on the truck from the old . greatest charity"), we feel compelled the governors fifteenth of October from half
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encouraged to site to the. new one, and on Wednesday to ask the aid of your in nine until eleven o'clock." heldat
.x 1 join the. growers and these with themanywri it passed through town carryingone TAXES AND LICENSES CORRESPONDENTS 'S WANTEDThe presenting our needs to the newspaper good nest the> Waldorf-Astoria in Nejp-Toric
and two-acre plot not of the mill buildings, which had : pie of your community for peo-
,{t, listed,, will swell the total consider been jacked up and placed on the The attention of those who are subject Gazette wants a correspondent cerely believe that If these good we folks sin- City This reception will be a feature of h'
, t ably. truck intact. to taxes and licenses is called to In every community In Osceola county. realized that we must have help or the ninth knnusl convention of thIS
, ': 'al the announcement of County: Attorney Send in the-,news, it will help the give, up oar work that the contributions southern commercial congress! ,which
4, ?' Buy a Liberty""Bond and ,help 'twin Buy Liberty Bond i and help' win'the W. B. Crawford and Tax Oillector C. paper and will keep your rection be. big and small,/would pour Into meet in New,{ York City, October
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Civ.n byAJminttttatorf /feet-// .
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it to'dbte in" I the Use -
Tile food :.i.linnistraUon. authorize goes country.
cheese regularly.(!} The children muss/ 1
: the following:
Our piiMflem\ i If! to feed bur allies have whole"niilki therefore' reduce use \
by sending them ns much of'e8111.\ -1
this winter
of the most coneen.trited Tats-Serve as few f I'led dishes as
food asvo can t
nutritive value ift the least poHsibJe} no as to save lath butter and
lard, and in event Use vegetableoils These foods are wheat any
-Piping space and for fryingthat is, olive oil, corn ::1
beef, pork, dairy: products i .,
oil, cottonseed Vegetable oil compounds '
Our solution' is lf cat less of these , etc. They are equally good'
f /\nd, more of other foods-of which we Serve all butteer 'in standard pats for _
/ an abundance .and 'to waste less guests and employes. A butter pat I l :
Il 'of all foods Trim all All 'the '
machine promotes economy. rGFor
Dread-Serve bread or rolls flours.made' coarse, fats from meats before cooking Shooting SportsUM'C --- \

from corn, rye, or from mixed and sell, the waste fats to the f !
and hot cakeslI.'omposl'd
Use breakfast food soap maker, thereby increasing sup .
satnieal buckwheat -
of corn ply of and glycerine' We are :'
soap w
rice of hominy.. Under European short of soap fats, as our supplies pf
plan, give individual service of tropical oils for soap making; are
bread rind butler of uniform weight, much reduced.. Ho not waste soap. I Jt? d
rolls or .slices to weigh not more than Sugar-Use less candy and sweet t eDJ.inpro1t
l 12 Serve absolutely: no
1 ounces. under meat. drinks. Use honey, maple syrup, molasses I
toast as garniture or and dary syrups with hot cakes
Serve war bread. l Jlo not servebread and waffles! in order to .save butter '
and butter befqrc", the ih'st course. and sugar. Use also all clashes oT. r , 'ba..d'
People. eat them without thought! ; -
1 fruit preserves, jams, marmalades and --rW .letls
"Where.a charge St made for ahigher
j jellies. Use brown sugar in cooking
made for
j1 charge should be and economize: by the use 'of' granulated I
white bu-ad. If while bread is demanded sugar on the tabletlo>1 not frostor Few the size. of the VA1J II
charge more for'It. ice cakes! Use honey for sweeten sportsmen nowadays judge a day's sport merely by
;\fl'at-Ulle more chicken, fish, hare, ing pastry and cakes. 1 home with them. -.
bag they bring i
rabbit, duck, goose, Wialer, oysters' Vegetables-tJae> morl Vegetablesand : J
via .., tea foods, and egg( di'liesof polatbes Make fruits, and vetreinto' -
all Kinds. Vse less bc"'f, 1\IuHoti. ,and J'ub1eK; salads of kinds. Yet is hit what '
.. of tl'iese i .. all En'o.Jlral.c..t.hiI. a man's object; ; in shooting to he aims at.: ? "
......t" .,.ii'''' '-rarbSc.u: : "'J .tll ll : Portions, ;: : \ .::!'..!!jLchpc-sp wiJL)'t'lU ,," 1
"r"1'fi 1f-'i'1"i; ; r"1I '
\ W1i. : r1j 4 R ; w T.T.: ; TI>'- .:.
.s menu )If you must .include\ one of the and they ('un.1 be substituted: for staple j f acre's thi1g'tk e'i1r thf 1ftfmtttngij ';: it r i-btrd;; ng-tbe} =4 -.w1z -- !

; rhiee use/ mutton! in preference Serve *, so that the staples most needed ..
; "per person" ;portions of these meats will! be saVed. I Ineal I clay that sails out at an unexpected angle; ot scoring a "possible" when t

<>f niodcinte size, and 1 charge accordingly <>< .-.Use local and ammonalsujipluM. the is bad and makes the swim almost of
War 'reduced 1 light mirage bull's-eye out sight.
!: | ; ,,, ",).)Q. not. reiiUUe\ >,.:>..I.nWA'i }
prices> may be seiveH., Piovida' more: use of the railways to transport products -

entrees, and made dishes' Hears are from far afield, now that wo need As a sportsman, you are'.willing to take chances with natural conditions: .
contain nearly.
most useful, as they all cars possible for war purposes .
the (same nutritive values as. meat. : All waste food should be saved to I If.ed but' you want to be sure of your shooting equipment. '
dish not
Serve bacon only as a as IIlIrniture.
animals or for reduction to obtain "
The service of fresh pork '
to KucslM and employes should' be burned.the fats. No food' should! be Whether a Shotgun, a Big Game Rifle, or the smallest.'22 for the
'ouragcd. 0 i "
1\Iilk--Use it all. Economize on., The encouragement; of horss boy-it is the Remington make you want.
milk and cream except for children. d'oeuvre of vegetable salads fish and ,
Serve buttermilk. Serve cottage sea food at the start of the meal, and f
cheese regularly in varying; forms; it of cheese, fruit and coffee at its end, I And in ammunition, whether Shot Shells or Metallic Cartridges, it is worth '

is especially! nutritious. Use skimmed will save greatly in all staples and finding the Red Ball Mark of Remington UMC the box for the sake
milk in cooking.! A great quantity of 'permit the effective use, of many on '

r -- I I .: of the better results 'that Remington UMC will give you. :


Sold by Sporting Goods Dealers in Your Community s l

Clean and"oil your gun with REM OIL the combination ,

Powder Solvent Lubricant and Rust Preventive. I


Largest Manufacturers afrtnarmt."J Ammunition m the H'orU


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r Offers this big I available 'foods. Reduce the numberof | gas shells over. The other week hu l{ $11; choppers $7.50 to $8; Banners $5;; e ....-.
j courses served which contain the ,| got about three wagon loads of littlec selling from $19.25' to $19.60; mixed 1 choice breeding ewes $14.50 to $15.50; .->I
A I Staples that must be llaved'for expoit. lichen like yours, and a few women.It hogs 100 Ibs. up $18.50 to $19; 120 rut .angora (goats $8 to $8.60; fat hair x' ....
RAINCOATBariain. This means beef, pork, products, and was pitiful to see them. You seethe tn 150 Ib. pig $17.50 to $1825; 90o goats $6.50 to $7.75, and fat kids $3
wheat. refugees and peasants stay in our : 115 Ib. pig. $17 to $17.50; best to $10.

Table d'hote service unless very lines because they have nowhere to rough hogs '$18.23 to $18.50, with NATIONAL. JIVE STOCK COMMISSION -
results in waste go. I don't mean, of course, on the half-fat roughs-at $14 to $15. These '
carefully, supervised,, CO.
A battleij ,',but)in ,the. territory, : quotations are for Northern corned
big ,
in eatinflrj.andjprepnrationlmnd; jghoulrt1jo occuj.pie '
$ \':;.
'don'tlknow"enoughUotputlaigaslmasklbnaHAlso [wineiiwhilgt, Southern 1'varieties'are'! :' IO'i';' ,
yfUsm\ndthekids: dUb8st
discouraged [in .largcr hotelijBrandieataurantiliwhereye.rilconditionsKwjU! "
9 8 ( selling omx $L to 1'h0i' v the Valley
saving i in this oman's .) : ; ] lowerl pet' or Cazette
perniitMInRJrcumstantesErciuirinrnot ] )' !hil newjpihel ijofJ)Kritz's. isloneTwhichVlcfjiotpmell
fine Raincoat. 1 'iahle""d'hote meals"'article of'food you "Jr.see so ''far as'theIsconcerned.'You DEEP Larnbs s rong to algher Tbs! Quinine 1 That DOMtNot t 'Affectthe! Hsad
required for export to :our allies gils"' don't'know'youare : wat. '''a top of $17.u0, while Btcauneof Its I tunic\ and laxative effect, LAXATI .
Deliveredto gassed for five hour's afterwards fat sheep sclln.g Good TIVK UKOMOUl'INIMiUl>cUcrthanordinarr,
Now only. should be served. The American plan are stonily. to I
.. ......... Your hotel or restaurant should icquire its He's a dirty fighter is Fritz choice lambs $17.25 to $17.50; medium I rinclnx Quinine In and hud due Rcmrmbrr not cause the nervousness lull name and nor
guests to choose specifically in writing Commonly he will fire on ir \'joys- 0 good $16.75 to $17.23; fat sheep j i look for the signature ol It. W. OKOVB. .100:.
r Home otTetcd in the until they nre within ten yards of him,
+ from the
European,, plan items.-" ato avoid as waste and th(>,n'throw up Ins hands and crv."Kamui'ul : -- -__ __u _n_ _ __ __ __ __

i xis Example of Our'Money-Saving,Power I The cafeteria" system IK i niinmend- ; I have wifa and little ones; .
t valUe l for wheievei possible, < jneu-y. AH one of our boys put it.
ES30. Ono of tho blgc68; employes) < as
!! ever otfered I N this Woman's |1,1 facilitateservice< and eliminates "The swine fires on us without mMdeung -
6 ' with our wives and kids, and then
f Mixture
Uaincont t> u asle
( rubberized inner surface. A splendid \, ' ,;JJnie- I'ndi-t vrtnoitB enrumstiincesnncl 'when he's!, in a' "hole, it's 'Kamarad; State Bank
ram- !mercy( ; im kid-I .
1161' l waterproof coat that tl \\ ith \ni\incr i-o-i,;ilinns( ailvi.sihl; I
t si>!ting, and heavy enough I I ITolilil'utions'of, our plan and other I Also another common trick is to
I10 I for cold weather wear i oppurtuailiee" fen" food) "a\'i.l'; willuggc'L suncnder" and thl'.11Ih sent on
I. { 1 41' Collar cant e VorfPbpi-n or hut- theniseK'os to you The cssential I back to the tear, shoot the hoys from : of Kissimmee
i i' toned eJ".to the"e" two (IwryaI la A II'l'hin,1.' Hut they have him now of
>nrk t ivith polf.dtI. p. oncitherami : pat.'iotiewIll
.i fI .w ,de vl In.ln roiitwllh two UrM brown hard. Always on I the defensive, but

ItuttonB.lysawtxl harp and e null.fnitnt.....m..d. a''a'ron'-Five but' tiv.The fond administration i has no authority slowly and steadily the boys are The eves ofthe world
'' ton In front Painted cuff also to regulate retail prices smashing, him, and when our Yankees -
I 1
_ SS trlmmtj with aln"l.l button. Cut in I he will know he
I get fancy .1 ,
food. We that
S and lover chnrgetlfor trust ; V
.. full
... roomyA.VU.hana . has; of measles '
11 v .uiUf pr c.tlolcoxt wherever the savings made make it a genuine: case

_ r .,._r. ConiM that In will.iw Biv. U to unlimited 44 buit. possible there will be a corresponding No words of mine cnn praise these the ''rho.SAVES'

10 wan[: rnstur oDl7.fJ.:""98 change in the prices thaiged., i landers Tummies! enough., Australians. They and ere superb New Zen-I i are on man ,
.;.rho. .. .. ... :
51111'PIr.G'EIGHT Prlr tLBS. I DR. TRAVIS WRITES GRAPHIC I II have seen a body ,01 them come out of '
a battle that was hell, walk miles I
Entlr to tit fact ion refunded guaranf..doryourrnoa.y LETTER FROM THE FRONTMr. through a gale; of wind and rain and

I I muck, stop for a rest while they got i

Send for "The Book ;J. J. UeFrehn of Deer Paark ready to go in action again, and when I
Thousand I tf I I called for a song, the whole batch :
s of a Fla., is in receipt the following interesting -
with "Pack troubles
piped up up your <
Bargains"IT'S letter! firm his fi"-i;
FREE Thomas Travis. v> no is enlnt.1: 1 in smile." I

I It contain page after page lied: gross -"'ik "I the fr"h.i . I am glad to say Fritz hasn't got I ,
of unusual bargain In woo France. Dr. Travis spent a month at II my nerves yet. The shells I don't
men' coats, waists, skirts Deer Park last spring: mind. It's only at night: when these'' -
r a hoes, millinery, etc., also Hear Jerry: I am here-at the front huge bombs that rock the earth fall, I'
much that men and children and it sure is an interesting spot. The and J you can't see where they come ) for a moment young man
,; will need for winter. Kress airplane fights; 'go on all day, shells from, that I get a bit fidgety. pAUSE ,
price. are always loweet. sail over all the time, and every night, give a thought self. The
owing to our tremendous unless it rains or blows hard, we get- ST. LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET
purchasing power. All who the Fritz planes over with a few SPECIAL REPORT problems that confront
p want to practice true economy bombs And all the time ours are do- you now, or
will find our "Book-of the better National Stock Yards, Illinois,
ing same, only than theirs.
a Thousand Bargains" a We !give them back at least< two to one October 2, 1917. will a few years hence.Look .

true road to money avlog.' and so far as I can see, five or ten to TODAY'S RECEIPTS: Cattle

Write for It. one would be nearer it. 6000; Hogs' 5000; Sheep; 1200. about yon-the men of affairs in country, state, nation- ,

Day and night without let up the CATTLE: Market has been active yet, in the world are the men who started to tare early in life. t., ;,'
scrap goes on. In all the time I have this week, due to moderate receipts ,<

been here I have seen but one quiet I and a good energetic demand from all They hare the respect and confidence of the community.Then -
and that
night, was mud and accounts. Grown cattle. Generally
yFde. ram made fighting impossible; and are now selling 25c to 60c higher than
f always, within easy hearing! the guns last weeks low point, while yearlings look on the other tide-at the fellow who spend all they

1i are going! and the flashes at night are are just about steady for the week. make-they may hate a food time for a while, but what does their '
like a Jolly lightning storm. Some QUOTATIONS: 'Good to choice personality reflect T .
times it is pimply amazing when we grass steers $8.50 to $9.50; mediumto
get to drum fire intensity. You can good $7.25 to $8.50 to .
; common A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the
imagine hundreds or thousands of medium $6.25 to $7.25; fat cows $7.25'to
heavy going off thatit $8 medium nucleus of an honorable, independent career. .f!!
i guns ao rapidly ; $6.25 to $7; cutters $6 .
is like the roll of a snare drum, so to $6.25; canners; $5.25 to' $5.50; Make your bepnjuns now-. today. You bank ,:h
rapid as to be a gigantic hum, and the yearlings $5.75 to $6;' heretics $7 to hook will pare the way. 'i'r; r
high explosive sheila throwing fountains $8; veals $10 to $15; heavy bulls '"

.5 t r of dirt and mud up as .high as $6.50 to $7.25; light bulls $6 to $6.25; Capital stock ___________:..._____ ____ ___. $100,000.00 ,

5 s the till in old, Deer Park. good to choice stockers and feeders Resources ore ___-_______________________ 400,000.00 z'.J.i 4,
The boys there rarely say "Ger $6.75 $7.75 and medium kinds at $6 "" \
man;" it is Fritz and his planes they to $6.75. Officers and Directors: .
i Mfrs..' Marl 0..rtllrra fLe +,7 call jerries. A particular warm spoton HOGS: Today's trade very slowon

Ail...... ... .. the lines is lover's retreat, or the mixed and light stuff; choice hogs, C. A. CARSON. President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY. Y-P. ,

4"\ '7JoIIr> 'itsttlre ,., W f lIa..w Ie tA. snaps Atd.d3r.r bridal chamber. Plug street is a :fam- which are very scarce slendy with ROMA Cashier ;' '.
., ,....M" 0nIe... ous bit of wood and muck where the yesterday morning, showing a top of a :
hells came :for fair Shrapnel crack 1960.. with choice hogs 180 Ibs. up "
KRESS1' MAIL 'ORDER STORES about us fairly steady''and I wear an N. C BRYAN, N. B. CARSON. M. KATZ '
,.- ; ; iron pot-helmet-when I go out; Driven' Out Malaria,Builds Up System C. A. CARSON H. FLEMING. E..U LESLET. '" .t
U AUQUaTAt'QA.,1 I .ral .tre*.. toeGROVE'S J. WADE T CKER'Director
also we all have to carry* gas hel- The Old els.dndae. >fIC.f oJ
I TASTELESS chill 1.tJ vesonM.sari.eagIche.taeblaadaadbaild.1tar ,
met Jtist as we carry a ooat or hat .t.1)
for, FriU has a new J idea. He. sends Um. A live teak. Foe(dulu cad a .;" ,
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'.You can cut down L Hog Raising In Floridat J GIRLS! LEMON-,SKIN JUICEIS WHITENERHow I, ADVERTISED Is the list LETTERSFollowing of uncalled for ,

+ to- make a creamy lotion for a letters remaining In the postofflce at

(By A P. Spencer) lack of hogs sufficient to furnish a few cents. KIssimmee, Florida, for the'two week

! that ite Hogs can be made a cash crop on regular supply.. In 'order, to have a The juice of two fresh lemons ending October 2 1917:
Florida farms. They are specially steady market ,there must be competition strained into a bottle containing three i Andrew, Bronson, J. L. Billingsley,
Mrs, Annie Davis A. J. Duling, Vasha
small and Sufficientnumber i
adapted to this purpose on among buyers a ,ounces of orchard white makes a '
r;;., farms,' where they can be,, raised instead of hogs on the' farms to warrant i I Flynn, Laura Glover, Ruth Gray W
?..'" re fly of cotton.Properly handled, its ; the business of the packers. whole quarter pint of the most remarkable :1 I R. Howard. B. E. Mallard, Mobley
, a. t lemon akin beautifier\ at Minlef, J. C. Munis, II. W. Reese.
easily possible to produce 1,500 While ,light; hogs may in -
pounds of meat a year from the offspring local trade' the packers .demand art about the cost one must 'pay for a 'I .Richard Reed Mrs. Sarah Stephens,
j- of one sow. average; of'175 to 300 pounds live mall part of the ordinary cold creams. I Charles Tucker, Miss Susie Tis n..
At present meat prices there is a weight. They cannot use the smaller : Julia Williams Mrs. Charles WilIiam4
Care should be taken to strain the I
wide margin of profit to ,the farmer ones profitably except at a lower Henry Yates.B. .
Who produces well-bred growthy pi'ice.. ,A steady supply of the',market. lemon juice through a fine cloth so no,{+ . B. SIMPSON! ;
1 r 'hogs. If a rotation of pasture crops able kind would insure uniformly lemon pulp gets in, then ''this lotion ) Postmaster. 1 11|
0 lasting through the entire year is provided higher prices to farmers. ,will keep fresh for months. .Every i Visiting cards printed by the Vat-
in addition sufficient corn Improving the quality I ley Gazette'Job Department.
woman knows,that lemon juice is used
yvr a peanuts, oowpeas and chufas to supplement Those who intend to engage: in the i' ,
the pastures and fatten' the hog business should procure purebredpr to bleach and remove such blemishes

hogs for market, the work will b
.. 2 profitable., Owing to the abnormally' start. It has been ,hard to get them ideal skin softener, whitener 'and |f OUKS HAVE GOTEARTHV.V
ri Ugh prices of all' grains starchy but now there arc enough breeders beautifier. "' I
feeds such as sweet potatoes, cassava throughout the South raising pure -;: KO > .
0 l and dasheens, and kitchen slops bred or high-grade; ; breeding stock to I Just try Itl! Get three ounces of R1tiHTr -

should be used to-supplement grains. furnish mqst of what is needed. Well- orchard white at any drug store and ,; TONE&LECTTHEIR.
? and have Pastures Not Sufficient bred hogs grow uniformly 'and dress two lemons from the grocer and makeup "-
r Stock hogs can be kept thrifty out better than scrubs, consequently a quarter pint of this sweetly frag .
a better roof largely on pastures; however, they the buyers discriminate against the. APPETITE
will Where it is rant lemon lotion and massage it daily'
grow rapidly withQut some poorer ones. desired to
grain. Hogs should be supplied with grade up native stock" one can cross ,Into. ,the face, neck, arms and hands. I
There is no use in putting'on an expensive roof suitable green forage and 10' man them with any of' the improved .

; when you can 'get a better roof and save real aged as to consume as much of fb as breeds, and produce good; hogs. Thi; c" ywalMN0
.1. possible since forage by far the is an expensive method since' takes
: : money., by usingCertainteed cheapest feed that can be used, Oneor two years. or longer to 'improve the MUSTANGFor FOLKS YOU SHOULD
ij;;" .' two pounds of grain daily in addl quality so that it will compare favorably ,
ion to pasturage; for every hundred with better bred, hogs.. While NOT NEGLECT YOUR
pounds> live weight: is sufficient for the breed is largely a matter of personal Sprains,,Lameness, j appetites When you: feel good
> young hogs. It is better to feed this choice, it is' to the advantageof Sores Cuts Rheumatism and hungry and you don't think
, { from troughs than to allow the hogsto any community-to adhere closely to ,, I I. anything on earth. would ,appeaseyou
" ,; . I ,' gather grain from 'crops in the one breed for the'sake of uniformity Penetrates and Heals but a piece of quality meat
__., field for"in the field the ,hogs will/ marketing, II, t then repair at once to this fthon
L IL .feu RoofingCERTAINTEED ....."....... " -' II _I'," I': >the."t'Ii! :;;Linea they l YJictlnngjfogsTAirlfty" __ Stops" Pain, At; Once s efcct I ,.the hl hade food
prefer it to the pasturage. By feeding :"J ,is a''comrn6n conTp1afnTtrtaf tWJfr :tp oi-Nlari=nna easi:' ;:;;:j gnu rr luiifciinr; fuf;'*"*" "I"" .,"Sy

' in this way the'pork ran be pror become unthrifty and that many die$1. At All Dealer.LINIMENT. .
is the best roof because it
not only costsless
duced on Florida farms at low cost from diseases This trouble is not ,
?' to manufacture, but also because it is weather-tight Jieht Fattening Feeds confined to Florida! many states have

',", '", ., weight; clean, sanitary, fire-rctardant, and costs practically Corn, peanuts, t'hufluInd:\ velvet suffered more from ho r..cholera thaw City MarketThe
l ; nothing to maintain.' beans are the best grains for fattefi- )has Florida. :NeNertheloas, tob plany'hogs ,

p It is now used as the preferable type of roof for office buildings, ing. Sweet potatoes, cacsnva 'and become unthrifty or die becauseof
1 dasheens when boiled and mixed with neglect, disease lice and worms, ,, ..
' factories hotels farm - -- --- -- -- ---
l; stores, warehouses, garages buildings !train give excellent results in fattening The general use of the anticholeraserum
I. etc., where 'durabiity: is demanded. CERTAIN-TEED is hogs. Where all of these can be has changed the attitude of j--

'.' guaranteed ftr 5, 10 or 15 years, according to thickness ((1, grown on,the farm, giving: variety farmers who hesitated to buy good
t: 2 or 3 ply) of feed, good results may he had. hog because of loss from cholera. By .
usingiita: nad wallows hogs ate I favorite Store of Klssimmee I
i. Corn and sweet potatoes are the best
f;, many roll roofmcs on the market, but only] one finishing feeds. for the! production of Kept free from life. Medicines and a
\, CERTAIN-TEED. It pays to get the best. It costs no more firm meat and lard. Packers cull outeanutfattened change of pasture keep them free:
;l.: to lay a CCRTA1N-TECD roof than it does to lay a poor > hogs and discount\ the from worms.A .
roof, but there is a vast difference in the wear. You can't tell price. Hogs should be fed chiefly on still more important consideration -
the quality roofing by looks or feel. Your only safety is the corn for four weeks before slaughtering confined is the to necessity pastures. of Hogs keeping that hogs FURNITUREWE ?
(. bb l. Be sure that it is CERTAIN-TEED-then you are free range cannot avoid com- .
l'.+ ; ttrtain of and satisfaction. More Hogs Needed to Create GoodMarkets
quality guaranteed .... ing in contact with sick animals or ,
grazing over pastures that are badly
Certain-teed Slate-Surfaced Asphalt Shingles) If it were possible to secure a carload infested with worms. A business as
are tupplanting wood and slate shingles for retidencei.: They cost less, of finished hogs in any community important as hog raising requires
i'I are luaus good looking,wear better won't fall off, buckle: or iplit. They once a week throughout the"year, careful management and if handled / HAVE IT"In !
are firt-rcurdant, and do not have to w painted or stained. the price paid for them should be properly can be made profitable un-
the-same for the der of conditionsthan
I as same grade of a greater variety
Certain-teed Paints and Varnishes hOlts near the large packing centers most other general farming un
are the best quality paint material, less freight charges. The low prices dertakings.State .
,, ground and mixed with mechanical: :. paid in Florida are due largely to the papers please copy.
curacy. Made for all uses and in all ..
'' ' colon. With paint, ai with roofing, III coaoectioB,with oar Hardware line we carry a complete
(1. the tame CERTAIN-TEED it a fine of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting home, and

a guarantee of quality and "t dact on. ( Home Guards Should be 'OrganizedThat j dandle reliable

; N.w York,Cblnto Philadelphia,81 Louli. .Pittsburgh De,...". Bed Room Furniture
. .r Kuflalo, Ban rrancUro. Milwaukee. (' BoawnjJClenlaDd ., Luc AuoreMInn..poll. -, Osceoln county Is not lacking our labor difficulties here would be a Dining
, ) .. Kiu.u City. Bcattie, Indianapolis., Atlanta. Memiibl'*. Richmond
Grand UapMa. a.b.We. BallLaaaCUr, Lie.IW W. Maus&. ... Lad u&b. JjoiuMtn, in patriotism was clearly shown serious menace.It Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Parlor
r ucj, Havana.OSCEOLA. I when her enlisted men exempted her would also not be a very difficult ,-
,r from selective draft, but there I is'' matter for spies, as skilled in all, the
one patrotic service which has been fine arts of treachery as the Germans Suits Odd Chairs, Rockers, 1
"v, HARDWARE CO., Kissimmee, Florida overlooked and that is tho organization have proved themselves to be, to stir '

M" . of the ,county gourds.; An important up trouble among the negro population Couches Etc. ,-
, .. fact that'is not generally the final outcome of which, of ,
j""h'u ', I realiged?, ": but which ihas strong: course, would be in doubt, but the immediate j
"',.,,>,<" '\0'4 "|J.', i''' f,' /r r : :-; \$h'nfi!,: \:; l-I'; '-'Ii:' bearing, upon'the'question'1ls\thaVat'\, .results ,of/which./, in .the! f>b. ,
[OffLYa-TWENTY/ PEARS GO 'L TakingCathartres_- EfJerYttJ'jjlliJ. ,lie',;present II.time1 j jtliore; ii i jnoarmed; / gence,?ofan), "I efficientJ',armed guard, ; , ::1'hi. store> is making a record.for ,itself, in the matter of1helping

jyT/orlVVeeftil M'"w *H*' Don't, iruardi,of ianytdescriptionfinl the),en-i 1 might!be of' i a|natura\;(terrible!to, on1template1J'"The i people to,outfit borne.',, Come ,and see..'? Our. prices are
Ladies? bustles """ '".# tire state,"or*will*tHere*be?*irill "'laws' "governing'the : ,, .
Operations were rare. . Cure Stomache Trouble probability, until tie county guards formation companies of the coun-
Nobody swatted the fly. receive their eq ipment. Relativeto ty guards provide that the men shall
Nobody had seen-a' silo. thissubject, time St. Augustine not serve beyond the borders of their rightTOOLS
Nobody had appendicitis. They do not eliminate the poisonous Record says; I i own (county so that it is up to every ;
Nobody sprayed orchards, Bile Accretions from the System, This fact alone ought to !stir up county to provide for its own defense. FOR ENGINEERS
Cream was five cents a pint.. so declines' a leading Chicago ""Stom the manhood of the state until there We have had illustrations enough of
Most young men had "livery bills. Stones shall not lie a county from one end the folly and danger of unpreparedness -
Cantaloupes were muihmclons. ach Specialist. Often Gall' of it to the other in whkh there is ( and while we are not unduly I No matter. what I kind of an Engine you bare-Gas, Steam,
" ;You never heard of a "tin lizzie. Cancer and Ulcers of the Stomachand not at leapt one armed exercised about the possibility of being -
tamp ny Railroad or Stationary En gin r!-wt have exactly the Tools yea
i )Doctors wanted to see your tongue. Intestines, Auto' Intoxication, drilled and ready to march anywhere I called upon to put down any uprising -
,' Milk shake favorite drink. need in everyday work-Wrench**, Hammer, 'Oilers, etc,
t was a Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis and within the county limits for defense!: and quell any labor mob dis- your
(e Advertisers did not tell the truth. purposes. \\'e'3re at wr with an utterly luibnnces, we are fearful lest in all of the best quality and workmanship, and at price* that will
other dangerous'ailments the
:j I Nobody carcdfor, the price of gas- are con- unncrupulous enemy, one who k those places where no provision has surprise you. nil store ba the reputation of handling only
i; oline. sequences. Mayr's Wonderful Remedyis lie hindered of I been made for this ,
will not by any thought > very possibility,
farmers came to town for their ideal I hardware that i il of superior quality and yon will'make no mir
the prescription for Stomach, honor and fairness nor controlled by the unprepared condition may l he an
mail.. Liver and Intestinal ailments. It"has any of the usages of civilized ivnifiie. invitation to the lawless and pro- take in coining here NOW and impeding our big itock.Osceola .
:; '; The hired girl drew one-fifty a restored,millions. One dose will and it has been proved time and time I German element to attempt to make .
f week. prove again; that to stir up diaxention and trouble. "flow oft the sight of meansto
t. The butcher "threw in" a chunk of that it will help you. Mayr's Wonderful strife, footer labor troubles and disaffection do ill deeds make ill deeds done"

liver. Remedy Is for sale by J. Z. Rober- and generally create trouble has been true since the world first .
ffr;,. Folks said pneumatic tires were a sOn., wherever this is 'possible, is one of swung into spaceand will be to the Hardware Company
r., Joke. the regular methods of warfare end of time; ,
' Nobody "listened" on the telephone. I
adopted by the Hun. Plots,
While here they were the guests ol
There fourth nor elec- ..
" was no' fortunately have been throttled at INFORMATION FOR TOBACCO
Ii;, tric motors. Mr. and Mrs. A. Y. Fuller, at their birth in most instances, have been I DEALERS
t Ssrawstacks were burned instead of home 708 Magnolia a\'enue.-Orlando revealed by our government as hav-

;' baled. Keporter-Star. ing been laid against -us. by our enemies All retail dealers in cigars cigar
VPublishing;< a county newspaper was and we know that labor agitation ettes and tobacco are required by the c. A. CARSON. President N. C BRYAN. Secretary.The .
',"- not a business. and false peace propaganda have new revenue law to take an inventoryof
People thought English sparrow BACK GIVES OUT been well organized methods for accomplishing the stock on hand at the time the
t.. were "birds"Jules our discomfiture. Such', law becomes effective and, report to Waters & CarsonGrocery
Verne was the only convert disturbances may break out in Flor- i the collector.]] Otherwise they will fail
' to the submarine. ida at any time. The South is being to receive the proper credit, and will '.
! j' You stuck tubes in your ears torhear Plenty of Kissimmee headers Hare looked to more and more to provide have to pay the revenue on their entire
a phonograph and i\ coat a dime. --This ExperienceYou -- - foodBupphesirandanysharpeningof *lock. -- -

p I .,,., ,. CompanyWholesale
10 C..., T "'-""A c"CARE',''"" -
I I ; IF BILIOUS OR COSTIVE tax: the kidneys-overwork .
: them- ,
For Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, .M '
, t Sluggish Liver and Bowels-They They can't keep up the continual For'Sale or Trade Park Hotel and Retail Dealers in

; Work While You Sleep strain.
i The back may give out-it may for Ford Car at once, one Mrt. A. /?<>... Propriftrft ;GROCERIES
! h '' Furled Tongue, Bad Taste, Indi
ache and Saxon Six
; five-passenger car,
If; Skin end Miserable
I 'it'; 1 Headaches come from c:., torpid liver Urinary troubles may set in. 1917 model. Only driven
and clogged bowels which cause Don't wait longer-take Doan's
iJ 5000 miles set tires and
11 lt'"* your stomach to become filled with Kidney Pills.Kissimmee. ; new Alto Rooms Furnished for '00000..0..0 004004040000000.
food which andI' two extra tire in perfect
t undigested sours con- o' O
people tell how they
J you '
' ferments like garbage; in a swill dition. i Light Housekeeping. o WE SELL: 0 WE BUY: .
barrel. That's the first step to untold act, o O 0 0
; misery-indigestion, sour gases, Mr. Cosner retired farmer, Mab- S. W.: TILLIS o HAY, 0 0 0
I, > bad breath, yellow skin, n.ental fears, ) bette street, Kl8dtnmee, says! "I REASONABLE RATES o 0 0 HIDES '. r e
I' that is horrible and naus Loughman Fla. 42.2t 41.41 0
: everything suffered from pain and weakness in o GRAIN 0 0 .
eating. A Cascarct tonight will give I 0 FURS
' bowels a thorough' my back and other symptoms of kid
.your constipated .. ., 0 FERTILIZERS 0 0 :
Cleansing and iraighten you out In ney complaint Doan's:: Kidney Pills -- --- - -- -- --- 0 WOOL 0f
the morning.:( They work while you greatly benefited me and I cheerfully rtrt Mrtj WjStout 4fi x0:000 000 SHINGLESORANGE 0 '
p-n 10-cent box from your.drvg- recommend them." t 0 4 e AND .
.Ycgist will keep you feeling good for : :' BOXES 0r' rp
months. Added Praise Lumber Co. 9 '0. ALL 0
That all the patriots of'the.hoe, are i DEALERS IN VEGETABLE CRATES '0
''I; am so satisfied with the good : : : PRODUCE-
not men was proved last 'week I
Mrs. .Sarah Cahoon dug a ten-pound results Doan's 'Kidney Pills gave me Yellow Pine and Cypress Lumber. NoVelty 0 CRATE NAILS 0 0 :

sweet potato from her backyard gar. that I am glad to again recommend 400000000000044We .
den. Just, what variety the tuber in them." Works in Connection. 0040000440000000

question the manner belonged of cultivation was not but related it was or, Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't It is our pleasure you estimates at all times. sell field and garden seed of aU kinda. and camPlDl' part. ..

: told that Mrs. Cahoon divided the po. simply ask for a kidney remedy-get Courteous Atteatira aid Delivery.Phone : .Wi give. special: attention to fitting out hwabD'
:L.:' tato and supplied three other families Conn's Kidney Pills-the came that Prompt Free delivery ia city limits. 'PJwoe ,''z.Aak '
; circular aad prior
yfc,..ITT"with-a sufficient supply\ .for la dinner.M Mr. Cosner -had.) Foster-Milburn 21 'Kissimmee. Fla. : n county apata for geed fadiHxara us for ...
?;fh'! Otte potato for.four. family dinners ia 'f 0'' ( -,..,... If
:.., i! .trot a bad record._ '.........., -.I 'I' Co., Mfgrs.;, Buffalo, N. ,y ._ ... ... ..."....," 1, 9* f-t& .If.+r T..
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I ; BECOME-RED CROSS NURSE ..",. .... I News from St. Cloud- :The Wonder City t

; J : PafclUhr. Kvfrr Friday. I IKl In all America no man probably KISSIMMEE NEWLYWEDS ,

QUI_ I. ".".p GsreI D..I.., hates war more sincerely and ''hon The following' exceedingly practical
..l..e<-. yl.rU. estly than "William' Jennings Bryan, advice given for the benefit of MAKE'VISIT IN ORLANDO The following1.te'/ ting items He is also a'veteran of the civil wat, '

E Whatever one may think of propriety school girls who aspire to being a Red arrived too late to take their place in Come and hear him. lon .

,I 'W. B. HARRIS ... K. O. VANS AGNEW In doing so there is little doubt Cross'"nurse: Mr. Cecil Prentis and Alias Katie the regular\ St. Cloud section which is The Christian Endeavor is I taking -

1 ) ", uw..... be, left President, Wilson's! cabinet .A girl of 17 'who has one year in Thompson of Kissimmee, were unitedin now a feater of the Kissimmee Valley new life; The meetings are real

......... N*. 11 because he though he could more high school writes that she is eagerto marriage Sunday and shortly after Gazette: interesting and instructive. Come at

effectively work for peace in private become a. Red Cross nurse. The the ceremony came to Orlando. They fJ p.; m. next Sunday and help and be
likelihood of her being: of service asa helped.We .
life. remained here until yesterday after.
f But Bryan I. no pro- l'11Ian. He Red Cross nurse in the present noon,. when they departed for' Pay. are very glad to see a few,.of
is quite remote for Red LECTURE COURSEThe the old faces back again that We
in not ..disloyalist nor a traitor. tona and other points on the East
When''his'country has decided <'upon a Cress nurses must be graduates of Coast, where they will spend their ladles of St. Cloud through't.he' learned to love when mingling with

course of action Bryan like the loyal good training schools who show special honeymoon. efforts of Mrs. William Johnson, are them last winter, and we hope to see

citizen he ,1s salutes and obeys. He qualifications for the work. This Mr. and Mrs.. Prentis have many arranging for a series of lectures and many more in the near future.

R. < is a good 'A1'1erlt'an. like most of MS. does not mean that the inquirer must friends and acquaintances in this city entertainments to be given by the Alkahest Our training for service class is a _'

Recently in his paper Bryan wrote: stifle her ambition. Quite the contrary who join the Reporter-Star in wishing Lyceum" and Chautauqua System credit to any church here Come and
"Before cur nation enters a war it is a worthy' aim and should them many years of a )happy marriedlife. of Atlanta. The first entertainment join this class and! help to make it

proper to discuss the wisdom of going be encouraged. The' first thingto do The groom spent his, boyhood ? will be'given in about six weeks still better. and it will do you' good.I. .

to war. After discussion is closed in to go on and finish the other three dnys l in this city with his parents, Mr. and the'official announcement; of the L. JENKINS, Pastor.
of her school
years high course for ,
when congress acts. After that no one und Mrs. J, W.. Prentis.A program will be given later in the
our beat nurses' training schools require LIVINGSTON MISSION! AIETHO
Should cloak attacks upon this govn column of this paper.
eminent or,aid the enemy upon the high school graduation as a. pre. KILLING SITUATION Among the many entertainers under -, HIST CHURCH

.. '. claim/ that he is exercising freedom of liminary.) This is objected to by some themanagement of the Alkahest' \MHt\ Sunda'liS' a lively time at'
.. .., who. nee little connection between What looks like the end of the "
( .
"' .1..1'1.pi I -* n< speech. System are the famous Shawmut Male the Livingston Mission Methodist

.)n...'roD:" I .Q .. _... _..?,_.'?,0<>. "No sympathy will -be wasted upon higher algebra and turning a patientin Masked. ..Stranprer! is accomplished by Quartet and the, Lady Singers Quartet. Church: Nine teceiverf _.
... "SI Month, .. __ ___ ." ., bed. think myself that the high the in persons were
Copy, 11' -- those who have been arrested for unpatriotic nefarious Bentlev the sixth episode . St Clouds people will look for- into
the church into full
.lIlhll--- .7ft school education of who membership.
Tint '
Ufc Copy. a girl cor '
utterances. They abuse of Pathe's 'Mystery! of the ward with much' pl asure'to these 'en- Miss Marion
. free speech and thisapplies ,to at- templates the profession of nursing Houble Cross" serial, to be sho\\ at tertainments. : They were Harmon Mr.
communications xccja tram t jurI.UthOII4d v
All ( should be of a, specialized character. lmadge Figart, Mr. H. 1>. Elliott,
the Grand
must J the tomorrow night.
tacks allies well
the(4r.sTndvnt wrlttr, i upon as as upon She should give much time to domestic Mrs. Anna Elliott, Dr. E; 1>. C,. Wing,
With silencer his
1"lI'n'dIf | the United States. We a on Bentley
can no more gun
will not be returned science, physics, chemistry botany ST. CLOUD CHRISTIAN CHURCH Miss GoldieGrove, Ir. L. C. Riddle,
4 ,I Kejectfd 'mnltt'r allow our allies to be crushed than first! across the street at the shadow ,
unlem called tor _j and physiology. These studies NEWS Mr. Frederick lieinhart, and Mrs. Jennie
of'the thrown the shade
we can afford to be crushed. The Stranger on
will count directly for k better' understanding Reinhart; also Mr. Lloyd Phillipa.was ,
.. Entered! In'lh' Poslofflce at fcimitm* defeat of our allies would throw the of her in of his window: The silhouette is seen The services!: of' the church and received into the) church
training nursing: on pro-
.. ,, M-eond-claes mitter,) whole burden of the We to fall and the.audience Then
i ,m. Florida as war upon us: But the other studies aie not to be gasps. Sunday school are increasing in at bation. lie was converted at the-
must stand together and fight i't however. the camera gives us a flash
tendance. We series
slighted, for a nurse in private are preaching a evening service September! 30th.
1917 practice
12 There of the
OCTOBER through. are only two sidesto Stranger's room. With a rue- of '
sermons on'the Perfect Church at Professor N. H. Uuflard and his
expects to I be treated as an educated estimable -
a war Every American must be ful smile on his face he picks up the the Sunday services Next I'
morning wife
and therefore be lIlrs.o'a n fill! Milliard
woman must
SALUTE THE the plaster cast which has
on side of the United States. Bentley shot
Sunday will '
evening we have the .
placed letters jn the
She is
one. required to supplement cnur"v.
This.should be the attitude of loyal and smiles when he thinks of the
pleasure of listening to Elder J. Clarence
They have here \
the in recently come
'4 It hs been noted that a few of Kisfiiminee'sjritizens Amt>ricans.- It answers to ,dis physician so many ways that letter's discomfiture on learning the j fn
every '
Read, of Ardmore Okla. *
unover.when- she must have a really broad educa- EveryonehouJdbeai. Gray, Ga Prof. Dullard 'is thn pr'h'n ?:<
- .j""...,.,..,. ... fail to loyalist in the country. lt.anijwrs<<: ;, ttearThzp otassien-sotzrs.rsth '=: :tx: tr th. TOW..."...._---- _I _- : !. .!talentcd-ApejjUcr, .S.i.El.J..t .ID . .
.ed.T.b. = : :
.r. .th .ft M p1 : J ''nIf"FI'ffl 'iIt.L8i I 1'': itr () noble . ....-..----- .- -- -',._ ____,.-,.-.- '- -
through no lack of patriotism but i I and the German-Americans who try both and rigorous. It is not to EDUCATIONAL FEATURES

.-without doubt i is due to I ignorance of I to play the German game, while be made the subject: of a passing AT THE GRAND THEATER WISCONSIN,MAN BUYS WEll. tor, 'reiJf.'rickVarde: will be shown

what the proper salute is. During long i skirting close to sedition. It answers whim. The successful aspirant is she KNOWN FANSLER FARM' at the Grand Monday night.ightet.n .
who is both desirous and determined.
I years of peace and prosperity that i every pro-German editor printing In addition to the regular program .
stretch away in the distance America stuff in which poison is insiduously I hope my 17-year-old correspondentwill at the.Casino -on Mondays the Ford members of Friendship
not be, discouraged." These remarks G, W.. Austin,.of Elmwood, Wis. Lodge of the..K.,of P. motored
I- ., 'v' .>'F" _..!. has-joined a mad rush for.gain and Inserted. It answers every Senator -1 educational pictures will be shown. oVer to
are simply to show her how'Creat has purchased the famous F nsJer Lcesburg yesterday. to attend the district
J' has thought more about the stars on like Vardaman who under his toga's On Tuesdays, Hearst's Pathe News -
( a thing she is undertaking andto farm just -west of the city the convention of that order. A
than the stars on more
/ the "almighty dollar protection talks like a Junker in the and on Fri ays the lateat'- American
on the flag but with the announce- Reichstag. encourage a !sure foundation. Very I war news. These: are all instructive Dixie Highway and has moved his extended notice will I be> given next

ment that a "condition of war exists," It makes our duty clear to every many of our young people "are now features and will add to interestof wife and two small sons here. This week. -
(I (the
sighing to do great deeds They must I spot has been one of the show places
of surgtd! over this .
a revulsion feeling (, one of us. There are but two sides theater (goers.PAPER No
lejirn that most deeds done of this for rooming pleaching services
the selfishness this great are vicinity several years and
people washing away to war-the American and the
in |.I 1'V those who through long periods of has been a conclusive example of what, will bx> held at the Piesbyterian and,
of the and leaving
and greed past, German. The English, French, Italian PUBLISHED! IN 1800
of the huid work have acquired great fitness, can he done when intensive farming is McthochKtjJwtfTches! Sunday. This wfll -
exalted .
its the patriotism and Russians .
with The
place <
are us.
I OWNED BY enable\ '
I I.. I P.. STEVENS followed. the (congregations/ to attend
and intense
true American citizen an i Austrians liulgars and Turks side
Mr. Pansier moved I the dedication service of the Baptist
to another
1 love of our flag. I with Germany. Any man in this ECONOMY CAMPAIGN'AT THE place '
A lure old curio was brought to the he owned known as the chicken farm church: .
At the first strains of the "Star ;, country who is not ready to talk for '
heart throbs DOMESTIC SCIENCE ROOM Gazette office .by I.. P. Stevens this in the same neighborhood, and will develop .
Spangled Banner" every the American side for
put up money The high/ school football team of.'
i stronger every pulse beats faster and j I I it, wrjte for it, pray for it and t fight I. week, which" purported to be a genu. II thif tract." The selling of the KigRimmeo will play the Ifillsliorouph
ia but natural to show this feeling,. for ine copy of the Ulster County Gazette Fansler farm does not mean that we '
it ;: i i it is an enemy. avowed or im- at Tampa) Saturday Interest in this
An economy campaign has beenwaged published in Kingston Ulster will loose a good farmer, but that ,
in some definite way. {{i plied. And he should be treated as has reached .such
The infantry drill regulations for such.I by the domestic science room I county, N. Y.. oil January 4, 1800. The Kissimmee will have two fine farms in game !proportions!
j under the direction of Miss Nellie Mc- paper contains an account of the death place of one. that half a hundred people 'or more
the U. S. A reads: "Whenever the i --'-*- I .
I I'I will the
fr national anthem is played at I Quarrie, teacher of this department of I of General George Washin ton. It I 1 go with boyson this tiip.
,', when persons belonging to the SAID 01OSqOLA: COUNTY the schools. The entire' attention, of I looked odd enough, viewed throughthe lion. W. J. Sears has returned from

militia present all officers and I the cooking classes is directed! to a eyes of this century, and is wor- 'Washington and will be here until
are '
!4 [ri enlisted men not in formation shall Those people at Kissimmee are all practical use of meat substitutes and I thy of careful preservation. ,'I I ADDITIONAL LOCALSThree Ii about the first of November. During

;'i F1 stand at attention facing toward the right.; They have bonded themselvesin the making of war bread that I is, using I It ws brought from Lond9n by John thiq intermission pf Congress, Mr..

: music (except at retreat when they i the generous ,sum of two hundredand substitutes of wheat flour for the! M. McGuinness, father-in-law of Mr. Scars will make a tour'of his district

shall face toward the flag). If in I twenty-five thousand dollars toconstruct opening month of the term. Kconomy: Stevens who was born in London in room house. three lots, flow to keep in close touch with the interests -'

'tU uniform covered or uncovered, or InlviJian's' a hard 'road from' their I and elimination of waste is stressed at 18o!;' and died in Sangus, Mass., in ing well $500. One-third ,cash. balance of his constituents. S,

r clothes, uncovered. they II enterprising town to Melbourne, at every lesson. 1896. Mr. Stevens bought'part of the like paying rent. Nelson 1 Realty Warren Frace arrived in the city
month's work- will include
shall salute at the first note of the an Ii once. When completed that, road will I The second balanced S. T. Fansler place about! a year ago. I Cpmpany., Tuesday having just returned from
the study of ra.injfor :
them. If not in uniform and covered i shorten the distance between Miami ,
Key West where he' has been
each individual in proportion to HENRY T. LIGHTSEY Miss! Lenore Fortner left Monday doing
uncover' of and
they shall the first note Tampa considerably over one I carpenter work for the
) etc., for the most Advancedclass. night for Winter Park to enter RollinsCollejC'e government on
I 'hundred miles. Thus do the1
v the anthem holding headdress oppoJ J east and
GOOD GOVERNMENT JOB an aviation plant being erected" at that rpla
where she will take
I a course
site the left shoulder and so remain west coasts gradually approach each I '
Mr. Frace .
<'e. states that a num- ,
The have been in ,
sewing classes public speaking.
until its close except In inclement ot.her.-Miami Herald.
her of
t weather the headdress then be I Osceola is fortunate and here, too" economy must! Henry T.: Lightsey received an, appointment Frank Carson buildings are being
i I may j county extremely is a large cattle dealer erected; for workshops. and quarters
be considered.
J liehtlv raised." i if in having a citizen who takes a Garment making last week as U. S. 'fruit and of Fort Myers, spent several days in for the aviators. lie expects/ to retUrn -
II ,The-same' salute, the raising the hat great Intereat-in its welfare and whoso taken up in the 8th grade and contin- vegetable .inspector and left Sunday the city last week purchasing cattle to Kissimmee to live and is
ued through the classes. The pupils "Washington, D C.. to receive instructions preparing -
J and holding it opposite the left shoulder far has purchasedevery bond issued from local stockmen. J ; to build a residence on Sumner
-';. I which I is demanded of military by the coujity. He was one of will be encouraged to utilize 'cheaper as to his duties. 'lie expects -
mterial, such as bleaching place of to be stationed for the Congressman W.J.Sears went over ,
' presentin ,c'
all red-blooded bidders the
: is accorded by eight at recent bond sale
rj 'Amerit'ancit.irens, : ) lttisjnot for he, brick road to, Loughman:and the now high-priced linens,\,'FVlowing! NewYork City,,.,.;';*,:.&'; 4{:,ifeW,' !,!Wi)\ to New Smyrna ,o Wednesday to i i meet ..;'W ej; have had 'thegoodlu'cVjfotselcure ( }
] garment-making the pupils'will be }jf"Fort of,these have been M rsJJiJ&W ii,W to ts n1.! who]wast ret urn1 '
asked !that women ;should< 1 remove!the I hejgrefused t tot allow i anyj out lderj tobuylUhei$100,000bondli98ue1fiWIriA )inspectors [a fewimorelofLthefcelebrated'mogeHtehinaDinnerSetlH .1.
r !' .headdress I during!thai playing I of I then :, I ; | ta ught to i make Ch ristmasl presents recently pointed,3 ft vej!of!whom 1 are ingi home from a visit with relatives / ; > nd,1 wli iletheyJastt'arelofferinglthpml

? ;' "I anthem. ,* but!it!is lurged.thatl\they!rel I< E ITonegan') paid .$97.01 0forthe. \ issue In I lthe7th1 gradeS* the J instruction I is from1F1orida"andthe.1 ; ';salary!is!$1800a'year'and lit Miami :' t.OT ou-

frain from speaking until the last and ,will]) furnish the bonds.':"" Orlando alongthe'lineofsimplestitches'andtheir expenses.'The' duties"ofthe 'One blO<'k fine land all m bearJIIIt' plan-Sc.f ,
note is sounded. Sentinel. application. position as we understand it, is oranges, pretty yard and good house, worth of cash coupons togetherwith
I- e- Last week Friday evening,. state organizer I, The work in this department is compulsory to inspect the cars of fruits and vegetables well located in Ki8ol'immee..very cheap. $4.4! entitles you to one of the 42-

r , SEARS IN DEMAND Charles E. Hill, of the state in the grammar school and when, they arrive at their des Nelson Realty Company. )piece sets Remember our stock is
Automobile Association launched the elective in the high school. The en- tination and( make a report on the limited and we do not know wl'en we

A Kissimmee Motor Club,, which Starts! I I rollment this year is fully as large' as condition of the contents. Shakespear's immortal masterpiece"Kin will be able to obtain any more sets.

The following dispatch from Washington out with the following officers: President I that of last year as a high/ percent of This will eliminate all controversy ? Lear," produced by Thanhouser So begin/ now to save your coupons.

L will be interesting to Sears the H. Clay'' Stanford, W. J. Steed the pupils have entered for the 1917- between the shipper and the consignee starring the noted Shakespearian ac- CORNER DRUGSTORE.E .
friends of Congressman :
many 1918 school term.ENLISTMENTS as to the condition of fruits and /
t L "Represerftative Joe Sears who is secretary; Roma Thomas treasurer. -
vegetables when
-4; 'chairman.ot the house committee on There should be a close co-operation they are received,
1 education is in demand as :a speaker between. this:; and the St. Lucia County FOR AVIATION and will doubtless be worth a great
to the
-L at educational l gatherings throughout .I Motor Club, in the work for good. AND. MOTOR BOAT SERVICE protecting them growers from the shippers wiles of in i I CLASSIFJED.ADVERTISEMENTS. )|

the country, and he Is receiving toads, for our interests lie close to.'therl'ellsmere dishonest commission merchants. I

4 invitation to deliver addresses in !:( Tribune. .
f f large numbers. A recent pressing"' That a demonstration garden will October 3, 1917. \\\NTJoH--A HttiHll houfif with bathroom PIANT PLANTS for Bale. New
be raised within the limits of Osceola SOUTH KISSIMMEE BAPTISTMISSION prtferahlv within Bevcn min- York Imp. Fla Illnh Hush and New
invitation to Mr. Sears from The bureau of navigation department
came / navy utiT walk of the (}rH>'*tonv. furn Jersey Imp. jlneless: Inrtfc wellroolxl
I : the Oxford Female College of Oxford, County Fair Grounds has been fully has just authorized the enlistments lulled or unfurnished. Address A, It I plan'' 1 i o, fl.76; 2,0(10 or-
) t O. This is one of the moat prominent decided upon, and S. T. Fansjer! who of the following named: C. at the pontofflep. 43-lt more, *1.50 p r"O 1,000.: Fla.. Plant

i institutions in the education of girls. will have charge of the work, has already (a) Landsmen for quartermaster Sundy, 14th. FOR HAI..K-Hnlf-Shftland I'ony or Farms Plant City, ria. 40-4t

LI Mr. Sears gave a qualified promise to broken the ground and will noon (aviation). Sunday school, 10 a. m. will trade for urnod milk cow. Mrit. fiT itA WBl'lIltV I'f:ANTS FOR SALR
', accept at some date in the future that start planting. Mr. Fansler will plant These men should have experiencein R. A. Bowen, superintendent. W. K. SarKent 1'atrlck St. 43-2t ,S. T. Funnier, Kissimmee, Fla. 40tfFOTt

' will not interfere with his congressional cabbage, celery, _beets turnips, !let- Either- cabinet work for the' renair- !Preaching at 7 1 by the pastor. ",.'ANTED--To""buy orcoml-hand hot .
duties.-Sanfprd Herald. tut'e. peppers; in fact a mixed garden, ing;; of pontoons; or.experience: i in fabric Prayer meeting Wednesday p. m, water Incubator. Addreno J. T 8AI..R-Good1 work horse. weight.

e t including any vegetables which it work for the repairing of wings, 'Come thou with us and we will do iTh-rce It. R. No 2. Kls.lrnm.'... Kla 'and 1100 pounds one ,thoroughbred also Jiarnesg and Berkshire.waicon...

FOR GOOD ROADS would .l>e practical to grow in Fet etc. These men to be given no prom thee good." 431tpdCAB8AtIE .. boar pig. B IJIckerson. 88- e'

..- uary and it will likely be started ise of actual flying, but are to be PLANTS FOR SAI.K-II per
-' during the County Fair.-Florida drilled in forming crews in handlingand BAPTIST CHURCH .I.OOO-) Addrenn. R. H. Arnrtt 612 FOR I'IALFS"v"Tal Rood white Lelt'-
;- j In the Arcadia "Daily News appears Metropolis.The repairing air craft. Some may be J'ennfleld 1>1., KIsHlmmep:, Kla. 43-ltpd& horn fer. cocks and cockerels. Sam Lup.
: 311t''ol.n
fact that Osceola county has flying but the idea is Salesmen. collectors I
given primary WANTED- and for
-k' According to data furnished by the already voted $275,000 a portion of handling and repainng. Transfer Busy Bees 3 p. in.- (), c.o1a county; can alno' use two PAPERS
r. state road department forty counties which it is reported will be expended these to Pensacola where Jr. B. Y. P. U., 3 p. m. other unlcumen In Rood I<, DuO-flood for wrappingpurposes UUN-
in the state have bonded for eighteen in constructing 'a fine highway from will be further instruction Sr. B. Y. P. U., 6:30 p. m. Hewing Machine ('0", rty A. W. etc. Apply at Valley Gazette. lOtk .
given and
million dollars: for Carter :M. 8. Orlando Fla. 42-2t
p which
to build,
good Kissimmee! to Whittier, should make after examination be rated Preaching at 7:15: p. m.

. ; I roads. it easier for our commissioners to get termaster (second may class (aviation quar-)p. Revival services each night next FOR SM.E-Strawberry ri.intn. ; the ,FIVE-ACRE the city neighborhood TRACTS, finest of Ilow-near*

Thirteen fthese counties have togetherwith those of that After week. _' __ choice- Missionary .rl..ty-non. bel- ell'. plac. Vrymoderatetermn .-
serving *n
''r bonded each for a quarter million dollars -I in closing the gap between Whittierand -county, class one year as quartermnsrter S. S. Decision Day Service October to'r. A. A |>letl. KioslmmeVIa.l long time to pay. Most. desirable to
second (aviation these
I I or more in the following order: ) men 21st. own nne nf the finest little farms fnear ..
I the .
county" line.-Fellsmere Tribunci FOR SAIE-T..n Peeks' old dost
Polk 2 1.1_" ______ "___11,850,000 may class be promoted to quartermasterfirst The Weklva Association meets with of a king line of Stock. and hog dog pups,n. W, W.thn Young city Liberty Write to Center the owner.
Pmellas __ (aviation). 17.50 each.' C. R. Jenkins, 1'. O. Box Ohio.
._ ___ 1,085,000 this church
,. Uuh u The Florida State Automobile As b Landsmen for machinist's Tuesday evening. October or Inquire of H M. Breaker Kls lmm. -
( ) mnte au 41-4t .
HiUsborough! _ __. ... 343mosGKNRRAL.
uu.u 1,000,000 sociation is organizing: a motor club (aviation). i 23rd during which there will be ser-
Volusia __nu n__.. 1,000,000 in Osceola .county.-Fellsmere Tri These mons by Drs. Poulson Holt, Duke, FOR SAL.K-One pnlr medium sited '
- -. DeSoto ___Unn._____ 890,000 bune. men should be skilled mechanics Rogers and Blocker. You are invitedto 'muls. and one two-horse wftR-on .FARMING Is profitable In
2 : Sumter __ _____ ____-_. with gas engine eperience; SliD; or will trade for beef Cattle or Florida. To know Florida's pnsslbllltlnji l-
? Illustrating the excellence "of the and will be attend all these services.: fattening hours C K. Jenkins P. o.) for live stork and poultry'
t Taylor _________________ ;ooooo roads the Dixie transferred to Pcnaacolx Box 866. 41-4t raising, dairying fruit and truck
on i
Highway in Osce
I to be drilled in
forming crews in growing read the Florida Farmerand
Seminole ___ _
l1PvI : u n u U 450,000 ola, Orange Seminole ST. JOHNS (EPISCOPAL CHURCH
and Lake ) llomeseeker Six months' trialIulscriptlon.
counties handling and
repairing aircraft. Some DWFI.I.INQS: for rent. Apply to M
Putnam ____ '
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) 413,000 25 cents Sample
1'' Bay ___no. .n_ _nu_ ___ 375,000 fne'young from people made the roundtrip may he given flying, but the primary Tiller.I __ ___ free, Address: Florida' Farmer copy an u .
k' Manatee _ ___n___u_ 325,000 Kissimmee to Leesburgand idea is handling and repairing. In the I.. II. Kirkby, minister in charge. FOR 8AI..E OR' TR\IE FOR HEAL Homesteeker.Kla. Box 360 Jacksonville 62-tf II'-
:. Broward u return between, supper and late case of men enlisting as landsmen for 11 a. m,-Morning and KSTATB
_ __ ___ __ 267,000 prayer serI -
L&F'ayette------------------ n bedtime, Friday last. Distance traveled machinist's mate (aviation) ; if they mon. Subject; "Things Which Grow 16 head young Horses, Mares and FOR 8ATJK: -Large ..size wicker I baby ;

, i What's the matter with in a Ford, 140 to 150 miles. Itwas can qualify by examination at Pensa"cola. I Not Old." Colt I Piggy. and Harness almost new. cab, In good condition Price reason
placing a bright moonlight night, a they be Wafron able.! InQuire at 220 Bryan St. 82tf
Osceola county on that list. The last merry may immediately rated 7:30: p. jKvening prayer and ser 1 Single and Harness
bunch and a Ford on perfect roads) machinist's mate second class aviation 1 loixl Saddle
: election ( mon. Subject "Never Alone. .
placed her bond issues for What more could be asked, unless it ) these men bo 1 18auire ShotKun.S. FOR RENT-Furnished.. rooms or
liard surfaced may promoted to !M. CHKWH, Fla.
road LoUKhmnn for light
at 375000. In apartmepts housekeeping
____ .. were a Cadillac eight.-Eustis Lake first class
( )
addition provided theyare In modern convenient I house. close in.
____ : to that ahe will receive $20- PROMOTIONS! AT M. E. S. S.
Region. Dicker- ,
VVANTKD Man farm. B.
000 from qualified to pass the necessary ex on Mrs K K Wells, Iteal Instate and Insurance -
the state and federal aid 37tf 116 .
amination. --'-- son. Mabbette St. Phone 242.

\r. ., ;fund. I NEW BOOKS RECEIVED AT (c) Landsmen for machinist's mate Sunday/ was. promotion day at M.

-, 0 t HART MEMORIAL": (motor boat). E. Sunday) school, and the pupils from <+:+:-+ -x--:. ""';; .+>o ..".+ -:+x.-<:':--.o+;

..The University of Florida opened LIBRARYThe These men, should have experience Mrs. J. I.. Overstreet's class down to t:

r September 19 with a good attendance, in the operation and repair of gas en- the primary department were ad CONTRACtS FOR ...

."' but there IB room for more students following) list of attractive new gines. They are primarily intendedfor vanced. The organized classes then '

Woodrow Wilson has urged all young books has been received by the'' Hart duty on submarine chasers, but no' retired to their class rooms and elected

v<. J>'*ople ,to continue the pursuit of a Memorial Library: promise this duty shall be made. their officer and teachers for It ho PLOWING! "

L f college' education H. say. .it is. their "Just Patty," Jean Webster. Transfer as enlisted to the receiving coming year. Regular promotionswill !

duty. I "Saturday's Child," Kathleen Nor- Ship, at Philadelphia for further de be observed' annually in this '

' ris. tail. It is intended to form classes school. by,the acre with i
It -wouldn't be a bad idea for eomeof "The Lovable Meddler" Leona Dal- from among these men to go to Columbia '
, .
: our' merchant ,to,offer rynrple."The. University for further instruction ,- U. D. C. Smith Form-a-Trnctor, attached to a .l1

yriiejjto boy Md jriri for display SquIreJCage," Dorothy Can- but it does not necessarily follow "

of vegetables 1 to be shown at the O.- field. that all men enlisted in this rating The Will Bryan Chapter of the U: FORD CAR ; i

.1 ceoja County Fair It would not only "Miss Minerva' and William Green shall be sent to Columbia, as other D. C., will meet at the Hart Memorial -

encourage aa-rieuJture'lD the county, Hill," Calhoun. classes: may b*! started; elsewhere. Building/ aturday afternoon, Octo- J 'Y. KING i////
. ;but would remit;in ,numbers of baek- 'Cordelia' Blossom," George Ran- Age limit wr the above radngs,121to / ber 13, at /o'clock. ,. Loughma.ti, Via t
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...ttooooOOtCtooooOtoooooo Serges 75c to $1.35 yd. at Gilb rt's. city Is seriously ill, at, the Tremont I find by a little figuring I can san : Announcements

Miss Irene Milliard is the guest this Blouse Tampa. enough money by trading at TAY

j Weather Report \ week of her sister, Mrs. Henry LJg-ht-' We have located three families front LOR'S to buy my ice cream and go to''
Shall ,
the North in pact month. we '
sey.You of sell your,property See Nehcn Realty the picture how every night, and I BEGINNING our second years' bus-
should see the new pattern
Following are daily tempera. Limoges Dinner Sets we have on die- Company. will be triggered if you daren't got. ness we wish to thank our many

turn and precipitation as' reported play., CORNER DRUGSTORE.Mrs. W. C. Hull.of) Zolfo Springs, is relieving to dig, up the cask and let me do it. friends for the liberal patronage they

by .Government' station Ira Wetherbee, who has been Dan O'Berry, express'' messen- SEE HERE
at Kissimmee fo- the week ending at the hospital at Formosa. is improve ger on the SUgar Belt, for ten days.,. have given us.. We have.tried very'llard
October Dan visiting relatives Hernando 1 Ib. can Bliss Coffee28clib.
Thursday, 11, 1917: ing rapidly.
' county., Maxwell House.-------33c to please'you with our service.and we feel ,
Max. Mln.. .Rain , That, LiUs De ,Rigaud is what you can
i Friday ..,.....88 '65 want. We have it, CENTRAL DRUG- We can if rent your house or reasonable.sell yourproperty' : 7-oi. glass Van Lill'i Jam__,.____10<:: that wp are in position now to give you a,
prices are lZol.Iail ''
Saturday. .....83 69 STORE. Nelson Realty Company. 7 Prepared Mustard-.lOc better service than ever.,

Sunday ......Si), 68 Mrs. J. Jacobs was shopping in Kis. have. 1-4 Deviled Tuna Fi.h*__',___--_.5e
Mr. and Mrs. Oorrell ,
simmee, W.ednesday..Jlaines City Floyd 1-2 Deviled Tuna Fitb___.____ ,_10c
Monday ....,..,,87 70 returned from a three mouths' vaca- Our
Tuesday'' __....,89' 60 .' Herald. tijii 'icu*: +:nntly epent in on auto trip} I, Is Kingan't Rott Beef, 2 for__._-55c I Grocery Department i

Wednesday' .,..83 64 New lot 'Fern Waists at the Qual- from IxUhimmee to Handersonville, Is Kingan't Corned Beef"2 for.55c:

Thursday,80 55 .' i ity /Store. N. C. They left their car there and l-2t Corned Beef Hash____--____lOc I is complete in respect. We
: went on to Michigan and Iowa for an every carry
B.Bryan of the Osceola' Motor Co., -
l-2 Vienna Sausage ____._'..__.IOc
% extended visit with relatives On their -
; left yesterday by auto' for business a complete assortment of fresh meats fish
.,.- trip to Okeechobee. return home they were accompaniedby 1-2 Albcore: Tuna, 2 for__--_..__25c 1 I
Fire Insurance, See A. E. Drought. : Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Griffin of St. 5 1-2 oz. Ooelrich'f Sweet Pickles.lOc i and oysters* also fruits and ,vegetables.
Let'Us film kodak.: None bet
your Petersburg
Outings 15? yd. at Gilbert's. ter than Ansco and we have the rightsizes south.,in their, car and were who are now 3 cant Campbell's Soiips___._-_-35c I We look very carefully after the de-'

too. CENTRAL: DRUGSTORE. guests at the Corrtll home,'. Schneider's Tomato Soup..._;:__IOc
Mrs.. C. E.' Denig of. jJarcoossee, livery of our orders and would be pleased
was the guest of. Mrs.' S.. Ji Souders Charles Lordof; Lord, & Bradshaw II. C. 'Sligh of Birmingham Ala.. Milkmaid Hominy __..._.--.__.lOc
for the week. Orlando, spent Thursday in town on has shipped his household goods to No. I Early June Peas____?*____lOc to have/you give/ us your next order.

'Best Grade Gingham' IGc at Gilbert's. business. ', Kissimmee'and expects to follow with 2 cans No. 2 Peas.2 .::.*..:_-______25c Qur prices are in line and if you are
his family in few 'His goods
.. have Your health is at stake when you arrived this week a in of the Nelson cans Gotfd Corn...____,-..,-..25c not olreody'giviug us your business we
a prescription, filled. Bring to
who themIn 2 cu. Okra and Tomatoes..____25c
Realty Company, placed
Mrs. Miriam Quina is attending a us and feel easy. Accuracy and skill would appreciate trial order---believingthat
family reunion in Jacksonville this counts. CENTRAL DRUGSTORE. : the residence at 418 Church street, 2 cans Blackberries,-____..______25c: a

week.: little recently vacated by W. B. Harris, 2 cans Lye Hominy.__.____._..25c we can please you.
School Writing Tablets; best in Elizabeth and Mrs. W H. Anderson their home 2 can Sauerkraut._________*.25c
town at F. H. Lawson... and son, Elton returned'home this Being Americans will
c. we pay our
Messrs. B. F. Lester of IontK om-
\'X "' -R'Fte; trdwt -, "have.yeek.Jroaa.txnnrxlxnoiq\ ,f>iel'l! tflfttl1frre1Ir'C'IW; : \Y-bfU Y_ .;:;;;AlL;;;:And-J..rY.: W.... f-Tr ".>*W,t YntL_ >Tobaccos.<.>tj and- Smokes,.. .S4TA R Y, ARKET
transacting: business in Kissimmee several, months. villa, Tenn., arrived in town Thursday. va< tfie same"oldpnc"e"""' '"""rr7"' 8S* : .
Wednesday. I Mr. Gould represents the Lan : White __ __ __ Sc
Crystal Soap ____ __ PHONE 132
.. We have for sale a fine 'large hearing : ders Commission Company, of Na-
Jlayou, tried that Ice Cream I Small Crisco ,.__ ___40c
grove finest residence in the vicinity tibnal Stock Yards, !111Mr.. Lester ----- ------ I

, fountain.Fudjle-Jlothl CORNER nicer the soda 00 acres land, on East Coast, I has bought one thousand head of fat Medium Crisco _______________80c: .. '" '. .. .

short V drive from ,Miami, Nelson\ cattle from Ed Whaley. 'Five hun- No.'5 Cottolene_____________90c i .
' i Mr. W. )I. Coble left yesterday/ for Realty Company. dred of these will! be shipped on Saturday -
15c: Roxan Pancake Flour.-____lOc i .
where for immediate .
Kissimmee will --
he -
spend sev- slaughter.HELLO -- - -- --- --- -- - 1
T. II. Emmerson of the
eral days._Oilando Sentinel. contracting firm which, member has just completed Sugar Cured Picnic Hams:______27c a Deer Park resident and' recently WORK ON CITY PARK

Richard R. Hamilton of Kissimmee Kissimmee's handsome new Good Smoked Bacon____________35c: moved his family' into one of the

Park was .,in the city Tuesday .on Baptist!; Church, has been in the city White Salt Meat_______________30c houses along the Dixie Highway.Mr. MAY COMMENCE SOOMThe
'liu.incss.Ladies'. this week looking after the details I Lemon and Vanilla Extracts.__ _ lOc I H. 'L. Rowe just returned froma t
connected with the finishing up of his trip 'HopKins and is enlhuslastkabout
Comfort Shoes at Quality contract. Atlantic Matches _______________5c I the conditions of the Highway executive committee of the

Store. Split Nickle Grocery! Uncolored Japan .Tea___._--____SOc between Deer Park and Hopkins. Board of. Trade met Tuesday night to
Rev. I L. II. Kirkby, wife and daughter The city street cleaning: gang is Good Ground We are glad to report that Mr. W.M. perfect plans for the beautifying 'the-
Coffee_________ 20c
still on the job cutting. glass! an' park that will be laid
have returned to the city and are ? ; Coleman-ls again a resident of proposed city t
again the Hotel. weed and cleaning up generally, so What's Groceries Worth DEAL NO. 1 Deer Park. out on the vacant lots adjoining the V
guests at Jraystone(
that Kissimmee will present a more this Week? With a cash purchase of $1, 24 Ibs. Mr. W. A. Mack has just completeda A. C. L. passenger depot.
When you need Shoes! Hats;, Pants, attractive appearance to the large fine large barn on his tract of land. It is the desire of the committee to
Best Wheat Flour_ .___, J.S9
Suits Underwear, go to F.,]H. Law- numbr of visitors expected. here this Spring "$ Mr. E. P. Rock will begin a periodof begin operations at the earliest date
son. winter. Read and See: DEAL NO. 2 bachelorhood, carpentering in and Roma Thomas and W. J. Steed f

Croom ;Moore spent Friday after- Heibert Wichtendahl of the Graystone Bliss Coffee, Ib._.._.._______29c With a cash purchase of $1, 12 Ibs. Jacksonville, while"his 'wife will, take were railroad appointed to with confer a view with to having the
noon in Kissimmee on business-\ .- has been confined to his room Best Bread Brand Flour--------80c company -
Lakeland Star. for several< days with fever: but expects : Yellow California Peaches ia DEAL NO. 3
" cough to be out next week. His mother, Syrup i ___.?_?___-_,_..__25c A new railroad depot has just been It was thought the company Tnight i''
For a deep-seated Dike'sTonic :Mrs.! A. Wichtendahl. of Orlando, is Pie Peaches _____..__-:____..ISc With a cash purchase of $1, 24 Ib*. completed and Is one of the many real send 'a railroad landscape, gardenerhere
Hyphophosphites will give'you
who could the
with him. Self Rising Flour____________1.59 design park alongapproved
positive relief. Guaranteed by. COR- Apples, can _____._____r___.:ISc improvements in Deer Park. lines

.;. FfER DRUGSTORE. C. :4.. Carson, Jr.., has purchasedthe Rosedale Peaches, yellow_____ISc NOW ON ATTaylor's C. W. Ward, among those attending

!. Mr. J. E. Hartley of Kissimmee the residence corner of of Bryan Rev. street J. J. Farmer and Rose at Apricot ________._____"___SOc Rull Bass' returnedVhome this week the meeting was strongly in favor 01

spent yesterday in Orlando combining avenue and will move his family here. California Cherries ..,..___-_3Zc Cash Grocery from his ranch, where he has a large of the the park bandstand but disapproved from the Broadway moving

business. with pIeaEure.-Orlando. Sentinel Rev, Farmer has leased a cottage on Wisconsin Cheese, Ib____"___.34c force of hands marking' and brand- which was, he said, the only lotricalplace

"Y"'. } Clyde avenue Pure Cider Vinegar, quart.____14c: The Reliable Price Makers ing calves. for such A stand.o4oao4o4ooaooooo0o4oooa.
Mr. .
and Irs.1.; S. May made
a ,
*. Mrs. J. Z. Roberson left for Sam Distilled Vinegar ___..__lOc r
trip to Tampa Sunday, combining quart- : -- - - ---
.*/ business with pleasure. Bible ford Wednesday Class Federation to attend in\the Wesley(session Bullhead Catsup, bottle.,_____lOc: -o.tuoUOtttotoooooo-o-O-t" oooo- ** ;r

Bungalow home, modern, close in, I them as a delegate for the King'sDnuirhters Pork and Beans, Libby's____.__14e DEER PARK FORD SERVICE \t 'A i
pays more than 8 per cent. on price Class of, the M. E. Sunday Pork and Beans, Libby'IOc \ ,

Isle!. .Come let us show you. Nelson J school, Brand Milk_ _ _ _22c -
ealtompany.. Eafle _ - Mr. T. K. Bond the courteous I
Big: values in Children's Gingham Rote Brand Milk_______T"' .__13c: bookkeeper for Hopkins & Kempfer, When you need ,
t<: I You will find' Sheets Pillowcases, Dresses at $1, at Gilbert's.Dr. Van Milk __ made a business trip tiv Jacksonvillelast GENUINE FORD PARTS AND ',
I.lj\\t\, 'f' ( Bleaching Camp' ____ .__7c: REPAIRS
Sheeting Percale
t : ; Outing ,
Hexford! Dr week. '
'.'" Madras ,.. and ? Brecht werepassengers St. Charles Milk_______..... ..6cArmour' : . .11' ";:':> I,I .,
lots of i
[ aw and firtd..t-_.\.f.fjy other> ,* ,eoods* '*,, ? i&ESF-&tiir.1 PilHB : op the,earlyf morning train Mr. W. II. Kempfer Is'spending "j "" get them 'from the Authorized Ford Agentt.OSCEOliA :
Lawson I LodajjyorjKissimmeeli wherel theykwill Brand Milk, large can 15c: week in.TallahasReeJigi UplHli '
-" Steamer Roseadu cleared rl II fo.. hell inTattendance ff atltheM Presbytery Armour' Brand Milk;{small can.Sc: : Miss" MattieUTysonTspentl,gun.,ay. MOTOR '
Kissimmee,"where she will run forthree now' 'session' at that 'place.-FortMyers Little Joe Sweet Feed2.75 with her parents at NurcooSsee. QRAV8TONE BUILOINQMM0frfr "
:: Press. Mr.. and Mrs. H. C. Avant and family
or'four weeks Okeechobee ,
Short.. 100 Ibt.___________$2.70: motored to Narcoossee Saturday, OO O 60o.00000+H0 * * <-H OH-oOO t*ooo- i
Mrs. P. R. Hartnett and chil-
Call.Don't let dren have moved to Kissimmee four from Oats, 100 lb ..,..__.;..______$2.75 returning Sunday. -- -
that cold run on. If you do
it might be serious. A box of Dike's: Fort Wayne, Ind. for a permanent Wheat, 100 Ib*._-_________$4.50 with Mr.his W. Campbell in Klsmmmep.spent a day W.JI. 'AtRNOLD ALAN J. MACDONOUGII

Cold Tablets with break: it up.if takenin residence. Mrs. Hartnett's sister, Scratch: : Feed, 100 Ibt.______$4.50 Mr. L. I.. Britt and family motoredto ;J

time. CORNER. DRUGSTORE.Mrs. the Mrs.trip D. Shordon.and will accompanied remain here her for on a I i Alaga Syrup, can: ___________.13c Orlando Sunday. ARNOLD &. MacDONpUGH .

G. M. Shearouse left Friday /short visit.'Darrain. Caro Syrup, can..____:_____15c Mr. W. T Anders, manager Union .

for Chattanooga, .Tenn., to join her Raven Syrup, can___________lOc Cypress Company's commissary, Is Contractors, Engineers, Architects
in Bath about in his
husband who is stationed at Ft. ;Mc- ; Towels 18-inch settled fine new home ;
Pherson. and.30-inch at 15c each. F. H. Lawson.J. Critco per can: ____..,_________42c formerly occupied by Mr. II. T. Clark. DARLINGTON AVE. CITIZENS BANK BLDG

Sam Summerlin, a prominent cattle' Palmer Wilson and Morgue Pap Lard Compound, Ib__,._______22c Mr. W. L. Yates decided to become t

man of Bartow, was in the city con py, Jr., entertained at a dance last Early June Pea, No. 1 can.9cCorn : --- -, -.. -- , -- - -_ -0-_____ ____ ___ _VV __ _ ___ _----

ferring with local stockmen. this Friday night in honor of Miss Carra- email can___________, _lOc: ,, 1ll
I of Kissimmee. There
week.If twenty-five way invited were about Corn, large can________---- ,15c:
couples and
every We Are for
you haven't obtained your sup II one reports a "beautiful" time.Hastings White House Coffee, Ib_:__-__35c: Agents t
ply of Sheet Music it's fault.
Still 3 for 25c at CENTRAL your own DRUG Herald. Maxwell Coffee, Ib__________34cArbucklet : ?

STORE.. After a long enjoyable vrcation, the Coffee, pkg.___-..-_.24cArbucklet

Doc Lightsey of Bartow, one of pupils of Sampson school have resumed -' Coffee, can_______.29c:

Polk county's leading farmers ,and their with studies their new and teacher are quite MissM. delighted Granulated Sugar,10 Ibt._____95c: g. ; COLUMBIA'GRAPHONOLAS
stock raisers, was greeting his many,) E. Carraway, of Kissimmee, Fla., White Meat, per Ib.__________33c:
Kissimmee friends .
here'yesterday. I who will make her winter home with Bacon Strip, per lb_._______-45c:
Ladies you will be surprised to see Mr. and Mra. Palmer Wilson-Hastings
Picnic Hams, per Ib__, ---_____27c
what a fine Handkerchief I can sell Heiald.
you at 25c. F. H. Lawson. Grit, four Ib*. foi_._________25c:
Lacy ,
private secretary to Corn Meal 6 l-2c four Ibt for_25c
Congressman W. :
R. R. Tpmblin, state convict inspector J. Sears, arrived
was in Kissimmee Wednesday, hpme Wednesday. After Jthe adJourn-- Lima Bean, 18c !Ib; two Ibl>.__35c:

and made a visit to the county convict ment of Congress, Lacy visited Chi Navy Bean, ,lb-__________..19C: and RecordsThe
camps on the Loughman road. cago; and Ashland, Ill., bringing homeh Black-Eyed Pea, Ib 13c, 2 (or_25c
s mother and sister, who have beenvisitingrelativesat
--------40( acres good land four-miles-from -orthe-accommodatioD'
Kissimmee mile from place ;Ii, r
one this summer.C. of customers, lOc loaret_____9c
station', school and church. Cheap at Realization of the Dream of
$1600. Terms. Nelson Realty Com I A. Straub and Frank McAdamof 1.2 Loaf ___._______________5c:

pany. Moran, Kansas, spent a few days in Libby'i Tripe, per can________28c:

Lane Paulk took his little daughter I owns Kissimmee some last valuable week.real Straub here Libby't Roast Beef..______ ._32c Two Decades F;

Evelyn, to Orlando Saturday to and came down to look after it. He Libby' Corned Beef _________32c:

have The operation little miss performed is improving on her expects to bring his family later in Dried Beef, can 13c, two for___25c:

rapidly. the tall. and become a permanent. res i1ent. i- Dried Beef, tumbler*_________18c: rT .

We invite you to inspect our line Mrs. Alma T. Belt Oleo, per Ib.i.. _______.__33c Call and let us give you a demon

of merchandise. Good values and Morrison iier brother, Argo Starch, Ibl.'!! _...__________5c
Frank Tatman, Mrs. W. II. Farm
lowest prices. We are glad to serve ) Mrs. M. Tabor King and son, Gail, Octagon Soap, 6 bar*________35c stration. We have numberof
you Gilbert. appreciate your trade. 'A. S. were a party of Benton Harbor people Ivory Soap, 6 bar*__-,________35c a large

returning to Kissimmee last week for Hammer Brand ______________5c
Mrs. F, Broils, one of Kissimmee's the winter. Mrs. Morrison spent a few the latest Records and feel l sure will enjoy hearing-
-', winter visitors, was called to her homein days at her home here, then left for you
Youngstown, Ohio, Tuesday by a Rosalie for their ranch at Shell Ham SATURDAY ONLY '

'. wire bringingthe message of the serious mock.E. Pillsbury Flour, 24-lb sack_,_$l.75 I them. .
illness of her husband. .
L. Hinkley of Lakeland was in 12-Ib tack ___________90c ,.
r Dashwood, the ;\test young man's Kissimmee Friday for a few hours Waibburn't Gold Medal arid
in $350
collar,. E&W, at the Quality Store. ,looking' after his property interests Graphonolas range price from $15 to :
: : here. Mr. Hinkley was en route for 24-lb aek ______-$1.70

.,:t..Q Hilliard C. II. Funk S. T. Fansler, James Jacksonville to accept a clerical posi- 12-Ib lack ._____--____85c is other device'that will amount of '
and his sister Miss Irene, tion with the in V there ,no give the same "
government connection Self-Rising Flour, .
and J. W. Brown of Lakeland are .a I "
with the at that
party who. are. leaving hefe Monday Mrs cantonment 24lb'sack --_______$1.65 '.t,
' Hinkley and sons may return pleasure for the '
;:- for for'this Cape winter.Sable to 'engage in farming to Kissimmee for this winter. 12-Ib sack ______:___85c money expended. ,

Among the Methodists attending Out of town order given ''prompt .
Fred Bass of Kissimmee
was the Wesley Bible Class Federation in attention.
in the city yesterday for short time
a session at >Sanford this week were: D. AH Good Gnaranteed or Money
route to where .
... -en Atlanta G. Wagner and family, C. W. Griffin C. H. GRANTHAM
main business for several He Refunded
on days.
and family, Mr*. J. L. Overstreet and ,
by Mr. L. Star-
was accompanied Roy Miss Lois, Mrs.. H. M. Pfann, Mrs. J.
bird of Orlando. Orlando- Sentinel. ''B.
Z. Roberson, Mrs. L. H. Ingram, Mrs. PICKERSONKISSIMMEE
. ... See oui line of Ladies' High Shoes A. W Bailey, Mr*. Stanley Bullock .' "7%* Satisfactory Store" '
-?;-' for. Fall. We ;can please ,you., AtGilbert' Jr., Mid MurieIPrenti4, Rer andMrs. FLORIDA 11 sr;
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;' A The. Dining Room Iii CROP PESTS' Duval Co.:n.y food NUMBER 1ammia.ien I FIVE .I! County Agents''- ReportNassau I CANNING CLUB NOTES,} Save ,.d''i .;N.:li,

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County: This county has The innovation which i is being triedin

f or THEManhattan This is the fifth of a series of i the fertilizer in place at least ten taken up the tick eradication" program several of the rural schools of Os- ;:
articles control- the and several new!\ dipping vats'are under ceola of installing small two- Labor
covering the days before setting the plants. Take county, Farm
various' insects and diseases we may plants from seed bed at proper age construction.St. burner oil stoves with an oven anda .

ii Hotel expect: on our Florida crops. I shall 1 all kinds get too spindly because by Johns County: This county had cooing equipment, is bringing' satisfactory ", ''
endeavor to -directions for avoiding being so crowded their growth i is between ten and twelve thousandacres results wherever it is tried. "
s trouble as far as possible, for upward instead of in proportion, and of corn from which a two-thirds The teacher ''and the county agent for Liberal/ fertilized, crops .
recognizing/ it when it appears, and many plants are seriously affectedby normal crop was harvested. About a home extension' work co-operate in take i to !|I Zeal labor .
IkE .Is Now Open for the best controL These articles interference with.their growth at thousand acres are in sweet potatoes giving demonstrations and practicallelltlons per crate. It takes, say, : \
cannot cover all individual needs, so later age. leaving lettuce too long and (eight hundred acres' are planted! in cooking. Plans are made to 200 hours to plant, culli- :>
,4 Mrs R. B. Savage Owner and Mer. I invite personal correspondence, 'in the seed bed causes it to "go t whether from the backyard garden seed" instead of forming heads, and which may be soup, potatoes, bean, the crop from a certain
I or commercial plantings.MRS. stunted tomatoplr.nts never bear Clay County: The labor situation etc. The food is provided br.the field. It liberally! ffrtjli) <- ,
fY. N. M. G. PRANCE satisfactory crops, however luxuriant promises to grow serious this fall. So pupils and is prepared at *d, the crop will be ; ,
Chairman of Committee! on Plant vines they may make lifter; in fact. much v-development<< is taking place At the Kissimmee Par'K.\ school doubled or trebled<< \ -bt't
0 TEL'D U V A L' .j>iseaBe and Insect Control, Jack many a future crop is Iruined by ill* the demand for' labor will be heavy. soups are featured just now and at a little additional labor will'!! ...' >\
JI sonville, Flu.; advised seed bed management and The boll weevil is nut damaging cot* I recent visit of the county agent, Miss needed except( (rather 14 14be
JACKSONVILLE poor trr.nsplunting. ton severely this year, but its nppoaiv Albhia Smith, the, pupils were anticipating the increase ill th.1"Fertilisers. "". ',t
Opposite"pontofdcp, hot and sold Seed Beds In- selecting plr.nts for tho field ante will give the industry a backset, a !steaming dish of cream of I .,....
water; elevator; tf\t-phonc\ ; rntoii I always discord those for tomato supplement the -
Usa new land for a seed bed whenever that show in upother season.I soupto regulation r
wJthut bath II! two iernnn :..._
*room same rrom, II.60. ; with bath possible so Jis'to! avoid the insert feriority in any way and protect the lunch. The interest in this
r 11.10 and, two perform u-i-i, 1" ">vn and', disease" enemies that >are in plants to 'I>c set from undue exposura Onceolu County Prospects 'are I I movement in. not limited to the girls. Arrnou.r'
n. ', W, e. dn\hr. Mar.B I 1 practically till ground that has been to heat or wind. Make the holes brighter every day for f. !good crop of The bo 's' are. proving good scouts! Jn
r J J I cultivated Break it up at least two large I enough, place roots': in "right I I citrus fruit, in this county, this; ,.'ear.1 bringing vegetables 1 from, home 'gardens ,
--- months' heforl planting After plow- position, cover, and then wash tiN i All jrr \s t.hat'eoe( given proper and in assisting! in any way;possible '
lag(, if the, soil is Hour' apply a sack dirt down by holding a cnn of water I tivation, fertilization, and care after' ,
high as it is f the the freeze have come out nicely. ,, At Bassville, Alligator and Peg
((40 or 50 'abR.| ) of hydrated lime' or poured: pack ground ,
j from J 100 to 150 Ibs. ashes to ..each herd and cover ,with, loose, dry soil. Lee County: The farmers are tak- horn! or Pleasant Valley schools
20 50 foot area and work until theIIoil Fertilizing cooking continues in favor and in one
igRsoJt a ing. more' i int ret in raising livestock :Armour "built-in", quality
Is in' tilth. Cover with Fertilizing influences insect and instance when" cookies were made the
perfect than ever "U-fore. The county agent
JsJlcnigned( 11U'J'stCIO ;
heavy .mulching to prevent weedgrowth. disease troubles far Jess than '..many Lis J getting the best stock /or-thom he pupil 'w're; so"1 impressed with the results . with to least labor-; w .:,
that'one > ( >S
lad determined"
to> repeat'the } '
About ten days before growers believe. Soil insects are f can'"find.' Several, farmers are planning '
to, enrich the} soil, Increase
planting, burn the mulching off, scatter rather attracted<< by cotton seed meal J! to fence their pastures;, and also lesson home, but_ some of the yield hasten. maturity, .
broadcast 40 to 50 Ibs.. fertilizer and fish and! I the ingredients were lacking./ This .
scrap repelled by tobacco, to' grow more crops for their hogs. improve the quality. There '
"cultivate three inch and was not a conclusive ''argument '
to depth, mrnurc castor meal; but in 45 frmouf Fertilisersespecially
water if irrigation is at hand; and the general fertilization! liere is not St. Lucie County. : Two carloads against the cookies however, for a are !/ prepared for
next day cultivate an inch deep to enough cf these materials used I brother was induced to make a trip to
Life Accident and to Texas grades, 'five registered bulls, citrus I and vegetable<<
form a dry mulch to conserve moisture. have any noticcr.ble effect. Stable and eight registered cows have t>t'en'brouJrht town, a distance of seven miles, for them .
/, at time of induces scab of' Irish the material and the cookies were' crops-among an .
Fertilizing planting manure <<
/ potatoes into the Fellsmere formula and
Health. Plate, Glass Lia- causes burning/ of seed. ; 'and stable 'manure and com. hood recently nt'iR'hbor.\\ made. price to fit your; special
.Buy seed. .only. from strictly reli- post piles are great breeding places Miss Smith contemplates giving needs. Get )latest descrip- .
- demonstrations
JBpHWIns'arit breadmaking\ and
IbitTty an >g S -' lh ) iI .. daiiatyjFarmer. '
.l. :m! ; utnam .are!! live price list from ,
cheapest" in the end. Do tionedin Article IV if the tnTeniselVe/\ "" ; ,,oth"4 ftrelrse cwoker..aadiceless "
not plant germs me oval IIIg /T&T \He! l'I\ftrryl ; "" 1 ;;;, :'T'
t Legal Bonds Executed too deep; in heavy soils the usual l introduced on diseased vegetation. agent's services and many lire culling: refrigerator.Whenever .: Waters & Carson
depth. to plant is four times the diam Most insects and diseases are as on him' to help thenrchange" their<< I
i k Same Day Needed. eterthe! --seed} -in-.light -oils this ,likely to. attack rapidly. growing t furmginto..tock\ farm, A gradual ., Co: ...
depth may be doubled. Too deep crops as stunted ones, end many of change diversified farming i ia being You Need a-Oe erafTonlTake Grocery Agents. ; -
% ( +- planting exhausts the vitality of the them are as. fatal in the very best made. Grove's. j Kissimmet, Fla.Arcour .
tiny plants. Too, shallow planting of fields as in necglected ones but The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless '
i OFFICE: State! Bank Buildingooooooooooo docs not give sufficient moisture and there are exceptions. Some troublesare Palm Beach, County: Formers in chill Tonic; is equally \alunble as a I Fertilizer Works .
root anchorage. Firm the ground the result of poor growing conditions this county are finding that it pays to General Tonic because It contains the Jacksonville Fla. '
well over the seed. ; stem end rot. of tomatoes advertise in their local papers. One well known tonic properties of QU1NIN I 1C I '
j We will hope all ants nests have die-back or "white bud" .of strawberries farmer advertised chickens and says Bud IKON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
1 o o. been broken up' before this work was "white bud" -of corn, tip burn he could huvpFolil) five hundred An- | out Malaria, Enriches tile Blood anti

M. TILLER done, but if not and the ants startto of Irish potatoes, and rust of cotton, other advertised! a sow and heard Builds up the Wbolf System. 60 cents. I ... .'-I'. # ." . .3-----1"= 1
the small grains and other w.; .. -
carrying need away, strew grits' crops are from all the people he wanted to. I Ij '
i. over the seed bed until it is instances frequently seen. I These -
quite j advertisements are run free by.
Real 1. Estate! Agency. I white and the ants will 'take it in pre. After good soil conditions, a steady the county papers. 1 1I i iI I|I .
.. ference to the seeds. Ants are particularly supply of available fertilizer is the I I
fond of lettuce seed. most important factor in good growth I Dade (County: This.. county has 1 I
Realty bought.and sold Seed beds should be in a sunny that is within control of the grower. taken steps to establish a rigid i l quarantine I II I
Houses rented., t location and not too wet. Great care A properly proportioned fertilizer against un-vacinated hogs'
r Taxes paid and Titles verified : must be taken to keep the surface should sustain nearly all of our three I from other' sections<< Regular inspectors Seed Potatoes
nonrresidents. dry and airy to prevent the "damp of four months crops with the one 1 will be put on and rondmastersand : '
ing off" so fatal to young plants of application mado ten' days before bridekcepers will be appointedas :,
Fire Life and Accident In li lifor many kinds. If the weather keeps planting. A few plants need extra I : assistants.!:! The railroads and u )
surance. damp and cloudy for any considerabletime pushing just at time of forming the I .steamboat linen will co-operate. Spaulding Rose NO. 4 and Red' Bliss :.

Indemnity Bond spray the entire bed with am- crop, for instance, corn at silking Triumph from Maine, where the finest are .,
moniacal copper carbonate. Don't time and Irish potatoes when about Illllsborough County: The people ,
.... .ooo oooooooooooooo.o.I wait to see thedisease, for when the six weeks old. From 50 to 100 Ibs. jn this county are greatly interested grown. Good strong stock, selected fromhighyielding /
plants begin to fall over, the seedbed per Acre of nitrate of soda is best in dipping cattle to rid' them of the fields.:

11 .o.oooooo .o.oooo.oo o.oc. is practically ruined.Transplanting. for this as it can be just scratched fever sick and the agent ,hall many The Maine is harvested and .
in along the rows to reach<< moist earth calls to test the dip in the vats. crop now' .
Have the field and will quickly dissolve and pass all yielding only 60% of last year. Contract .
a w' i W GRIFFINStaple in perfect tilth and through the soil. Crops requiring Washington County: A peanut prices are advancing.
i harvester drawn
j : uly_ I We for
W 19 operating In this cuunvy.peanuts In gj I are now making contracts delivery

and Fancy bushels ,a the day.harvester. will pick 450,1 in November, December, 'January and Feb 'I

: ruary. We advise 'ordering at once to save "

Jackson County: A great deal of I money.
r'5 j ; GROCERIES interest is being taken in the fair to Write f
wire for .
be held h November.. Prospects for : or prices.
!N agricultural and livestock exhibits are
t I" Free. ; Delivery to all Parts the best.ever known ". ,.' ';

It ,,,' '" ,; of the City ) i I' i ' tMiilJ! i.
,,,, .\,1\:;\ ,;5uwann (! ounty wo foods of b0 t
... vine > into' ConsolldatedlBldg Jacksonville Fla .
.ooo o..oo <..; It will save you money and .. t i., peanuts 'onlth wt J lhauled '
Live.Oaktrecentlyand; thefnewpeanut'
.. trouble. Gives description and ]
wet ,
picker into
put operation on thestreets" .
W. B.: Crawford Jarre).' full information on all seeds for'JvfARTlNS to /give: tho farmers an idea of

CRAWFORD &: JARRELLATTOIINEYSATLAW GUwA; fall planting. Our stocks are comfALLPLArt1I14g how the machine works. This is the

11 ; plete, assuring prompt shipment.Martin's first peanut, picker ever brought into
the county. The purpose "of tho' demonstration
Offices: 4, 6, 6, and 7 Citizen IAHAImN 5ID: ro G'OISONVW fLOI/IIIA HyTestSouthern was to: induce farmers to
Bank Building; save their own peanut seed. More CABBAGE PLANTS FOR SALEThree
tJ I Kiisimmee Florid Seeds than eight thousand bushels of seed
\ were brought into this. county from

Carefully grown, closely selected, always North Carolina this 'sprinp. hundred. thousand large, healthy Cabbage plants,, '
T. M. RIVERS. M. D. dependable. Full assortment garden .I,
and field. Strawberry and vegetable Citrus County: Stockmen are tak Early Wakefield variety, now ready for transplanting. '
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON plants also a specialty Wnt ing a great interest in tick eradica-
Office over Osceola Pharmacy today lor our new fall.catalog. tion and can not get the vats in fast .$1.50 per thousand, F. O. B. Kissimmee. Shipments made ,,j
Thon Rnldrnce (I enough. The corn is yielding a good \

Office 141. ,E. A. Martin Seed Co. crop I .every' Friday. Address P. O. Box 454, or call at '.

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Jacksonville FloridaUerLiI'izer Calhoun County: Farmers are har
C.F.THRASHERSHEE7 n vesting corn and are getting yields Waters & Carson Grocery Co. 4tll 1
METAL WORKER above their expectations. Velvet

r Metal beans, sweet potatoes and 'peanuts ,:
Guaranteed Roots Pat on and - seems to be maturing fine. ..

rHONE 14..R KISSIMMEE FLA Escambia County-: The -crops are . _. .....
particularly good in this county, especially d
corn, beans, rice, peanuts,
DR. W. W. CARSONDENTIST sugar cane and cotton. The acreageof HOTEL FOR SALE }

rice is inadequate to supply the
Office county but since it has been demonstrated I "
over Pilley Building ,
that it can be grown profitablymore rt
Offlea Hours: S-ItI-I
,o.t.. 'Phone Its Realdonca 'Pho ne Si will be planted next season. "y
Nicely furnished 14-room
OM Administered for Extraction of \.. Family Hotel, conveniently \
T..tb Baker County: Labor Is very scarce ,.
With full realization of the disastrous influence of here and we will probably lose heavily located, with electric lights, hot
O. F. KRIBBa W. J. 3TKIC: : the war on all business! routine,'our buyers' have put if we do not get more help. I

KRIBBS &: STEED forth unprecedented effort to secure the greatest ad. and cold water; baths, and all mo-derncott- -- -

ATTORNEYS AT,LAW vantages possible for our trade. five or six months or more for
maturity should have second veniences will be sold at .J
Legal business of all kinds (Ire* a application a bargain. Established -
of complete fertilizer applied -,,
A } prompt attention. Full just before blooming. Don't wait I winter patronage; large number turned
z' Office 11 and 11 State Bank Bids Stock--Right Prices until the bloom has alrerdy formed ..
KlsBlmmee. Florida and then wonder why the blossoms
f away last season. For particulars ddress ,
Is I- drop as a result of disturbing the I "'
5 '*a' Jehnaton. .a. P. Qarrclt We have a complete line of fertilizers and the plants at this critical time. I ,

JOHNSTON & GARRETT greatest stock of fertilizer materials ever Known in The term "properly proportioned P. O. BOX 413 Kissimmee
: I the State of Florida. Prices are higher than in normal fertilizer"will' become means available that the plant food I Fla. '.
ATTORNEY along as the :
times, but are as low as consistent with existing crop needs it so as to avoid the waste a1 f -.
OffleM 10% 11 and 12 Citizen Ban conditions. sure to result if heavy rains occur 7I .

? KUalmme Building.. :Fla. when there(available is an ammonia abundance) in of the nitrates ..oo..o..o... . o... ......... ..o. o o ooo 1

,Fs soil but dispite the best of calculations
Ideal Formulas ;
there are times plants must i ColdStoi'age Fresh Meats
LEWIS O'BRYAN have additional application of nitrate i 1
bf soda because either of the weather
} ATTORNEY.AT.LAWWaring Our formulas al) have the same perfect proportioning being so cold as to retard the bacterial : Eggs Vegetables Etc. :

and blending of ingredients that have made action necessary to make the .
: their superior field value the past quarter century., fertilizer available or of such heavy ..
? and continuous rains as to wash off < '
T5 i II<. Quality has not been sacrificed/ .in .the slightest de the nitrate supply day after day. STORAGE RATES ON MEATS: .

gree. Write for catalogue& and price list. Havo the nitrate of eoidn on hand for; .
J. W. THOMPSON such emergencies; for when it is Storage on all Meats, 1.2 cent pound, Fifteen Day.

. s Funeral Director Wilson Toomer Fertilizer Co. needed, it (should To be continued be applied) at once. Curing Pork ready for smoking, 1 l-2c. "per pound,

w State papers please
r copy. Curing and Smoking, 2c per pound.Bring .
r Manufacturer IDEAL FERTILIZERS '
Dealers in Spray Mach IDes and Insecticides. .
Jaciuonnlle, Florida L. UX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARAA ! us your hogs the day they are killed. We will do "

EMBALMERCb Digestive Liquid Laxative: Cathartic the rest. ,
.. Waters & Carson Co. Local and ijverTonic. Contains Cascara Bark,
Grocery Agents Blue Flag Root, Rhubarb Root Black
tBtoerimd'upel. Stewart tin, Root,May Apple Root,Senna Leave and '
1I .. WaMS iti 11a.f : d4 I I Pepsin. Combine strength with pala II KISSIMMEE I ICE,, & COLD STORAGE CO., : ,;'
-' -, table aromatic taste.. Doe not gripe, 500/: :
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RECALL OF CITY COUNCIL *' We hold no.brief for the City Council. We firmly believe that I NEW BLD'GS AND
they ,have made some grossly serious mistakes since their occupancy I
* J in office. Were it not so, w., should be looking for their transformation. -
!\L' .. h However we fully expect our city fathers to remain on earth a
iI'< little longer. We had thought that the mass meeting held in i :the G. A I
t '" A msss meeting was held''' Monday ]I, Kenney for, street commissioner, J. J. R. Hall Monday afternoon was beneath the dignity of. mention in .. -I Notwithstanding the war, St. Cloud

(; at 2 p. 'm., at the G. A R. Hall' for th? McKenzie, and for sanitary commissioner these columns,'nor did we'wish to spread broadcast to the world the I Ia i to have many new buildings during
,t, for recall cf W. E; McEndree report of such puerile proceedings our city, but after mature con OFFICERS I
'purpose of petitioning a Only a few' people in the audiencedid sideration we have come to the conclusion that there are a few plain the coming season. Theindication..;
I t' 'Our City Council and nominating of. the voting and one emphatic "no" facts that the people should know. now are that this will be the most f 4

..- flcers to instigated take their by places.members This of meet-the ,was quite noticeable; How many of our citizens are aware of the fact that these con- BUSINESS MEN'S' CLUB prosperous year in the history of our
cing was Secretary Kenney then read the
Board of Trade in a secret session tition which the moral tracts, which have given petitioners such violent conniptions city and one that will bring 'us the
was as as
October 1st were let during the administration of tour preceding .Council. while greatest number of improvements.The ;
held .Monday evening, at.the law and accused the Council of everything -
Moose Hall., 'In, the calendar except horse ,thq; late Wm. Bircher was Mayor. : .Ma meeting held f.t the Anny and power house is already above
The meeting was attended by about stealing. The names'of the members of the Council were:: L., W. Farris Navy Club rooms Saturday; evening, the windows, and Contractor Mallett
one hundred people; who were expect City Attorney W. B. Crawford .of O. Buckmastef, F. B. Kenney, J. I. Cummings and D. H. Gill. the! Business Men's Club completed. is pushing the work to rapid comple- 7+vs
ing a stormy session. Capt. Farris Kissimmee asked permission to makea Since the election of W. G. King for city treasurer, D. hi. Gill andF. their organization by the election of tion. This buildirg will be a credit to .
called the meeting to'order and was. statement!! in behalf of the city of- B. Kenney are the' only members of the former Council who permanent officers.. St. Cloud and to Mr. Mallett; The ie.
.elected chairman. and W. Frank Ken- ficlals, but Chairman Farris did not still.hold office, and these two 'Voted against a portion of these con- The meeting was called to order by drainage system for the basement of
ney was elected secretary. permit him to tracts as shown by the records the city hall, which are open at al! the temporary'. chairman, W. "A Ginn, the power house has been completedand
Capt.; Farris stated that the objectof The meeting lasted about fourteen times for public inspection.If who gave interesting talk on the it is-expected that the contractorwill r
the meeting was to'' nominate candidates minutes, the most enthusiastic part the Council has "squandered the ,public- revenues' 'incurred advantage of an organization this be able to turnthe plant ovel:.tL r4>
favorable to the recall and being the motion to adjourn. unnecessary indebtedness." "burdened the city with unlawful obligations kind that will work in harmony for the city at an early date. The foreman .
that only those so inclined need to It might not be amiss to mention ," "accepted the hospitality of corporations, thereby casting sus- the betterment of the city and the ''will start placing in the form
their and "conducted the business affairs of surrounding for the concrete oil storage' tank this ,
talk.Dr. that in order Jx make this recall a picion upon integrity, country. M
E. G. Farris made a few remarks success one hundred and fifty citizens the city in a manner that.will Involve the city in costly litigation," The following' permanent officers week and the engines are being'con
. stating that the city charter must subscribe their" names to this then why not bring our former Council before the bar of public opin- were elected for' the ensuing year: nected up with the electric equipment.
contained an act providing for the recall petition, which contains very broad ion and make them answer to these serious charges. President, A. S. McKay. The city street paving -contract hats '
of the city officials and that charges punishable by both fines and But here are tea facts in the case: The records show city con Vice-President, A. M. Doughty. been brought very near to completion '
":":","' " 1+nMltta' .Ioaa'aa 1D..hL.t h..,,pl..... imprmon mfin t,,Bnd., ,. ' h gncr could ". tracts', are from 15 to 25 per cent lower than the contracts let for i Secretary, James Miles. with the exception of a little cleaning
of the present incumbents were in or- be brought by the mayor and( "count 1t' flnmettnd-of"werk! ,=In thee W M'1w''iW''n'm"w' : '?""'''' .'"ivvT-.Hftmtt" ... .::: asurer.L'.eIi /. : up here and there. Those'who, have 't
jgga1Tni..i.a. ""
+ II
,der.The members before the grand jury to The two thousand feet of fire hose that has been such.a thorn in l\"M"cK; n t : jr ana ? hese.lfpe1'femoe..IIft.'tha1l..iin..te'that rt:

- following men were,nominated lubstant these'charges, ana It': not: lh ..side-.ot the'petitlonenfcwas..contracted: for by the.old Council on the following. committees. were. appointed with streets will compare favor- '
by acclamation: For mayor, A. J. substantiated the signer lays himself December 11, 1916 and has advanced In price since that time about : ably any city streets in the
Conn for city clerk, L. U. Zimmerman liable to legal action' to any and all 50 per cent. The Southeastern Underwriters' Association requiredthe Committee on Rules: P. E. Morgan state of Florida. The Georgia Engineering

for tax collector..... Rev. W. FrankA members of the council. Council to have fifteen hundred feet "of hose in order to give a M. N. John and R. W. Fry. Company of guarantees the ""
Committee wearing capacity the brick: and
on Soliciting
proper insurance rate. In purchasing the fire hose at that time saved Members; 1
has bond
given to that effect The'
II. A. Coble. F. E. Williams and
,, STATEMENT FROM THE FRES- FLOWING WELLS IN THIS DISTRICT the city at least one thousand dollars. Frank streets drain thoroughly and 'com-
' WENT OF THE BUSINESS I The city bond issue of $112,000 sold! at a premium: of $7,000, After discussing Munsell. matters for the pletely in every direction so that the ''tI

..r :MEVSCUjU whle'the! special road district bend of $100,000 at Klstimmee sold benefit of St. Cloud the Club adjourn. old system of puddle holes and wet
Investigations, have proven that for $97,000 'or $3,000 below par. The assessed; value of this city when ed to meet again next Saturday even. I spots have disappeared. Mr. Wash-

There miy, be or.M mi tirhen| | much of the land between Kissimmeeand bonded was slightly .over $800-000, and we understand the Kissim- ing, when they will discuss several burn, the street commissioner, -has
'\1)1In regard to the if the St. Cloud is the moat valuable in mee district is assessed at approximately 2500000. important propositions. I been engaged in dressing up the edges ,W
punn-i-M ,the world by reason of the fact thatit Who says'the Council couldn't drive. good bargains 7 along the pavement so that now the i.
newly organized Business Men, s Club, offers a large percentage of flow-- FROM: THE FRONT city begins to have a little polish and,
and its relations to the city of St. ing wells. Only about one-tenth of I II I gentility. Mr. Washburn has also

Cloud. As president of the club wish one. per cent of the land in Florida is Mrs. L. D. Frost is ill at Tarpon i'I The following interesting letter has been keeping the city mules -busy"' M "

to make a few brief statements in behalf supposed to be available for Irrigation LOCAL NEWS ITEMS I Springs at this writing. just I been received from Harry Johnson mowing the grass along the streets
to any degree of practicality.It throughout the entire city; This has
of that'organization so that our I is only those lands where the .. The Order of the Eastern Star pre- ,I who is in France with the American been<< a long needed Improvement

citizens may be put right on this water comes near enough to the surface sented tho Red Cross with $10 for expeditionary forces. which will be gratifying to everybody i

proposition.The (|I so that flowing wells can be Aaron Story of Milliard's Island, their work. | On Active Service with the American but the city mules 3'
Business Men's Club has not i placed in the center of a twenty-acre was visitor liere on Wednesday. i I Expeditionary Forces Mr. Cornwall chief engineer for'the : L
\ tract with a two and one-half horsepower Mr. 'and Mrs. Bias of Huntington, > France: 'construction company, has writ .
been formed to exploit any newspaperbut i' gasoline pump to furfiish{ Mr. Samuel/ Bramr.iar went'to Tallahassee W. Va., arrived Tuesday evening and i, 91517. ten that his company will be here lathe ,
solely for the purpose of eliminating water in sufficient force to irrigatefive on Wednesday on,business. are pleasantly located at the Bonair'. Dear, Mother, Father and All: near future to fill and complete .t4

' city the and discord for the that discussion has crept and into furtherance our acres at 'a time from this, central J. D. Woodbeck of Kissimmee wasa House. i'I I have neglected writing to you for some ditches and go into.the' matter t

T of any,ideas that may be for point.One of our citizens has Just returned -* St. Cloud caller Thursday morning.M. P. J, Holmes, accompanied\ by hisdoe I nearly for two weeks neglect.and Have I wish had to worlds apologize of the new relief sewers of the and buildings water plpei7ifiy.and :Tesv*>, 't< W,1' '

the city's improvement, and we will from the flowing well district Pledger-of Kissimmee, was a arrived Sunday from Rack I of time to my write since I have been dencea of the fire district. y y: '
gladly work in conjunction with any around Sanford and after lookingover St. Cloud business caller on Wednesday lilacs, where! he has been spending the and at Contractor Morgan is pushing_iAu ,
hospital, have taken advantage
newspaper as long. as it is in accord! the land between St. Cloud and the summer. The dog has made his of it. Have written rapid completion the kindergarten ya
with those principles. It is not a political -j Kissimmee has fifth trip to Florida. as many as building which is being erected the LM
discovered at 'least Mr. Constantine of New York is twelve letters in the past two weeks ,
i" organization, but an organization one flowing well and is convinced that here and I am not well of the measles yard of the public schools, and the sit
Jt formed for the purpose of taking trying get up a dancing M. E. Lowe is very'busy decoratinghis yet but
much of roof is handsome
,, that entire section already the two
is on
land of I think that in few
./ up those matters that are brought to class. launch, with paint and brush. When a more days I will ''
i that same character. The bungalows he i I. building Florida v
facilities of on
be out. Have bad cold in ,
our attention from time to time for St. Cloud and Kissimmee W. I. Barber of Kissimmee was a this decorating is' completed, Mr. a my lungs avenue. ;I
are nearly also. .
the improvement of our' city and that I business caller St. Cloud Mon. Low r'will: have one of the handsomest .'
those at Mr. Tunnicliff's flne'new
equal to. of Sanford. There are on Hare been looking mail for bungalowis ._ :
be worked boats the East Lake. every a
can out through the ,joint on J- -
only about three thousand ready for This: .
un letter from
efforts of most day.G. you, but have been disappointed occupancy.
our j
progressive Ider cultivation in the vicinity of San graceful building .o'......... .
zens. It is oyr purpose to avoid all W. Penn moved on Thursday James Peterson has a fine sweet potato each: time. I suppose you are OM**| ,
ford and yet one-tenth of the entire from New York avenue to Florida patch on Mr. Drought's lot on very busy just now. 'land I adds to the icspei*., . t-
controversies except those friendly !Hope you. are ,
fruit'.and vegetable products of Florida : I appearance of the street on whiru-1. . ..1.;
[discussions that'enable us to see more avenue New York avenue. He is so industrious snaking Iota 01 oreaa. Bread: is about .
clearlyj are shipped from that district, with, his hoe that,we are afraid the cheapest thing in the.line of food situated. The Tunicliff hospitality hi'
Improvement thosejthingsimoBtineededifori Sanford:; may. have some advantage in liMn Martha E Brown wae'callingonfriends that he will wear out either the hoe or in France.;;.t Give me the,, good old U, second to none and their many friends.
Anyone.interested n the welfare of shipping ;but.!with i the j In he East End Tuesday the'potatoes .'"" 1"\\ ,S lA ,y$jlwill( be, perfectly.satisfied to 'will\ certainly be entertained in 'si} jf ,r'
velopmentioflthis ctlon ourrown iJ evening elegant manner in their new home. It, ';f-
] fn 1Don'tfknowiasllfcanfsayf
stay? \theiUMS-Uf jlI back
has ever get),
the'citySand inraccordhwith'the'purspose '
HWord been received here of[the
'cilities will be rapidly' increased.1 ,.. 'Mr. and Mrs. D. French of Ash isj to I be. hoped that many more auchp OSnew'
of this organization is cordially 'This ,. death of B. F:Callander of Rochester: thefsatne
should be highly encouragingnews homes will be erected in our city t
:: I about' St. : !
St. Cloud Cloud but would 'P't;
invited to become' member.A. ''ton, were visitors on ; give a lot'
N. Y. Mr.: Callander the
to the people of this section and was among to be. there now. i during the present building season. _,
just Have
S. McKAY, j Wednesday. first settlers here and the of seen 111]I I *
should bring the territory between I owner considerable amount of The Woman's Improvement Club is ::0.-: ,;
President. Kissimmee and St. Cloud under such i I Rev. Reid of Oklahoma will preach I the Red Ranch. very apt to see which country is receiving proposals preparatory to
a high degree of cultivation that it in the Christian Church. on Sunday Mrs. Doolittle Misses Fleda, Lottie interesting more very'I'|i j launching a new city library. They .. Y
J. M. HUFFMAN: WHITES FROM: 'will equal in the world. evening. beautiful of 'eo
any plan a very building .ven .
and Jessie Doolittle, Messrs. Lee We are having good eats and an''j :!!.
OFFICERS' TRAINING CAMP: I E. R. Craig, attorney from Winter' Sheridan Van Ricketts, FloydIosher! excellent place to sleep while in the I|I eared brick The building is to have ru ""'

I LL'jVIBKR FOR NEW DEPOT Haven, was a St. Cloud business call- and Neill Bartlett held a wcinie roast hospital. In camp it in as good as we II|i 1 I fireproof roof and a pleasing front
J. M.; llulfmna, who was formerly: I er on Thursday. at the lake front Saturday evening, can expect. It is hard to tell how long ,' with four pillars probably of marble ,
connected with the First National The first carload of lumber arrived which was enjoyed by all. this awful war will last, but it is the finish at. the entrance. The library ,
Bank, writes to friends in St. Cloud. Tuesday: morning for the new depot to I C. D. Blood returned Thursday last general opinion that we will all be I, Mr. Huffman I is at the Officers' Training be built on the site of the present from Johnson City Tenn., where he Miss Emma Backhofen Gaines- home in the spring; I it won't be I and storage racks that; will hold'ten 1:
Camp at Rifle Range, Ca., und structure. This is the first concrete has been spending the summer, villa Fla., aid Miss Smith the county longer There will surely pray bo a happy ]', thousand volumes ". ./j

the following are interesting extracts evidence that the citizens of St. Cloud :'III's.Iary: Petlis who has been demonstrator were St Cloud visitors bunch when we start back to dear old rR,' :;,
fiom his letter: > I hrvo haj that the Atlantic Coast here for a few weeks left Tuesday on 'Monday, Miss Backhofen visiting U S. A. There are a few things that 1 VETERANS' ASSOCIATldN.I
with friends while Miss J Smith atteniledtb'
"\Ve aro out in the mountains Line station is to be -
away an assured fact. morning for Madelia, Minn I have learned since being in the
at: the Rifle Range 'and it is so cold |I This depot has been' ta'kcd about in j : business. and that is to appreciate home and ,I I Met October 6th. at 2 p. m., Pre i- 4

my fingers are nlJmb.Ye haze to St. Cloud for so long that people Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Porter; Mr. and Misses Louise and Anna Hoppe, mother. There will no doubt be lot '! dent Kenney presiding. > \ ,
write by candle light and so :you see I have begun to think that it was only i Mrs. G. 11. Clark enjoyed a motor Mittie, ]May, )Kvtulna; Harris, Alma of broken-hearted American mothers Song "America," and prayer by 1
it I is all I can do to write a letter. Wemached a dream bet the arrival of this lumber i trip to Lakeland': on Sunday:: i ('obieMrs.. Ollie Harris, !Messrs. Roy. when the war is over. It seems that || Chaplain Beauchamp. More music .

.' out here last Sunday loaded) has made this long cherished :Mr. and Mrs. Lippincott, who have : Van Denberg, Milford George and everyone is anxious to get to the I by the choir, "Kind Words." .;..a .
down with full packs ((fiI) Ibs.) It dream a reality, It will be but Hew been} spending some time at Hunting- 1 Floyd Mosher motored to Kissimmee front. We don't have any chance togo I I i Reading of minutes of preceding IF 0 t;'
was an uphill march of fifteen miles, I dr.ys now until we se > n new structure d.n. Indiana came back last evening I on Sunday to the band concert.Mr. to church especially we Protes-I I meeting<< and corrected as to- the &t,.
and we made it in five and one-half rising that when /finished will be a tants. I would greatly enjoy going to I names of the social program for see*, 'I. '
hours. We are here for all this week credit to St. .Cloud and the Atlantic Dr. M. B. Cushman, who has been i iI : E. I'ardwell one 'of our lakefront church once again. That's another I ond and third Saturdays in October, j",' c.
and will march, back Friday. It will Coast Line i I visiting her daughter,, Mrs. Miller, at' residents, has purchased the cor- thing I will appreciate when I also that the association adjourned In V.
seem good to get back to barracks awe Ruskin, Fla., arrived home Tuesday ner lots' on Indiana and 11th' streets buck. Most of all I will get a formal way instead of informally S
appreciate )
are sleeping in tents here and it is I evening from Mrs. Hill, where they' will build the home folks. September 29th'! The '

so cold we have to sleep with all our | Mr. and Mrs. I. Dolby: who have n handsome new bungalow that will Your loving son and brother, busy behind the curtains at
clothes on and then it is cold. AT THE CHURCHESPItESIIYTERIAN been spending the summer with rela- greatly improve the appearance of HARRY. trying to find the social

"My: work while hard does not tives at Greensburg, Pa., arrived that corner.E. journal was passed and and I am getting in fine home, Tuesday evening.. E. Ely has become so accustomed - . - -- ----- corrected. ;!
physical condition. Like it fine, but CHURCH to a plasterer's trowel that he uses it I oral songs were sung by the young UhfmisKed/ business: None. of'the."A
----would-be-glad' to--hear--any.-day..that- - The Rebecca Lodge will give a Hal when removing the grass from his people and piano and mandolin duets New business: Secretary
the war is called off. There are too lowe'en-social-on-the-eveni loLDcto-. front lawn. Mr-Ely believes in.keep by Mrs. Barber and Edith Harrod. Delicious a new journal to keep the t
many lives being lost across the watrs. Morning services, 11:30: a; m. her 31st, at which they will be pleased ing his place beautiful outside as well ice- cream and cake -' and on request..the_president '
.I have Evening services 7 P- m. to see their Kissimmee friends: were ed the
not seen a soul I know Christian Endeavor 6 as within. New York avenue resi- served and the evening was thorough. following committee to

since coming here and have not spoken Bible School 9:30: a., m.p. m. S. H. Leavitt from Massachusetts! dents are to be congratulated in having ly enjoyed by a .goodly number of .the secretary with an outline ... ..,.. !oio
to a girl or since comingto ..
the camp." woman Prayer meeting, Wednesday 7 p. m. came back this week after a summerin such progressive. citizens. residingon I young people. ((Continued on Page Eight) 7'1 .
Rev. J. T. W. Stewart, pastor. the North this being his sixth or that street. = A- - -,-----
INTERURBAN OFFICIALS IN ST. seventy winter here. The Red Cross held the second of e f

CLOUD LIVINGSTON MISSION METHODIST Mr. C. L. Bandy of Kissimmce, was their socials 1ft theXhotel Monday THE MAN TO GO TO SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
EPISCOPAL CHURCH a business caller at St. Cloud on evening. Some played 500 and all en- I Kor .iib-lrrlKHtloa.
For rxpfrt dr.I..... I.,....<.
Tuesday. Mr. the joyed the music. A goodly number
Mr. F. B. Bandy was only .. .
Stanley treasurer, and For Attorney K. W. Clawson, of the South Rev. II. II. Bowen, pastor.. unwelcome visitor in the city this were present and a neat sum addedto Fur ullo roK.trurflon. ..
Florida Sunday services: week. the Red Cross fund. Mrs. J. H. I For r.I.'o..d ..o..r... .work "

Atchison Interurban Kansas, Ry.were Co., in both Saint of Sunday school, 9:30: a. m. Mrs. Dr. Kloos who has been spend- Ferguson was hostess for the evening, brldae..d AddfVMWILBUR I and get all the newt of Otceola : ",
10:30 assisted by Mrs. S. W. Porter and -
Preaching .
a. m.
Cloud on Saturday, October 6th, ing the summer with friends at Independence I A. GINN. Ciril Engineer I County
Mrs G. II.
Junior Epwbrth League 3 p. m. All enjoyed a good I "
transacting business relating to the Epworth League 6:30: m. Mo.; Chicago 111., and Cen- social time. ,StMfOIII, KL.OR1DI RATE, $2.00 PER YEAI ;
affairs of their ':mpany. General Class terville, Iowa, arrived here Saturday I l J ,.
The South Florida Interurban Ry. Meeting 6:30 p. m. evening.On I Myrte Nurse has just returned w .
Co have had offices in St. Cloud Preaching, 7:30: p. m. from the North after a four thousand .rt
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7 p. m. account of the trouble in getting -
about mile
a year and have had under con. trip in his Ford car. lie made l
Y lemplation an electric line extending Official Board Meeting every first coal the Council have decided to the entire trip without mishap excepta
from Tuesday 7 p. m. run the light plant only until 10 few
St. Cloud .to Sanford via Kissim. unimportant punctures. lie
Sunday School Board Meeting second o'clock until another car of coal ar Special SalePAINTS
and made the
mee Orlando then to Dunnellon journey by way of Jackson
7 .
Tuesday rives.F.
4. and down the west, Tar- p. m. ville Macon,
coat through Chattanooga,
W.. F. M. S., Ladies' Aid and class
pon Springs to Tampa. work announcement.All B. Mosher.and R. D. Gibbs leaves Maysville, Ky., to Portsmouth, Ohio.
The will be under the direct upon He returned the ON .-
company seats free. All welcome to all Saturday afternoon for Carbondale, over nearly same
management) of W. S. Alyea, meetings. Ohio. Mr. Gibbs has been a railway route with the exception that he turn-
their local representative. ..... postal clerk here for a'good many ed west after leaving Macon, Georgia,

The auxiliary to .the Army and yean. Mr. Mosher expects to return and came through Gainesville. Mr. : .

REBECCA LODGE WILL HAVE Nary Union held their usual meeting: here.Mrs. Nurse left St. Cloud on June, 15th. ,

HALLOWE'EN SOCIAL on Monday afternoon, with 26 mem- E. B. Free has moved into the On, Friday evening at the home of
. bers present. The usual business was Mathews house on Pennsylvania ave- Mr. and Mrs. George Barber: the -
One of the most interesting events transacted and arrangements madefor nue. Mrs. Free came here recently loyal daughters of the Christian F. E. WILLIAMS,
t. ,to be held here on Hallowe'en will be a Hallowe'en social to be held at t from Bainbridge Ohio, with her three Church gave a social, the house was StcI. "F1a.. j' i
., social to be given,, by the Rebecca their halt' on Tuesday afternoon, October children who will attend our public beautifully decorated with autumn I Iftowera. .- The Lu_ her .... ,
official announcement of '30th. The official bulletin! will begiven schools. They will remain here until The musical program was : '

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'*" I W. C.T.U.COLUMN News from St.. Cloud---The Wonder CityVETERANS' '

the Council '

City. e meeting of September 28th ASSOCIATION; part to be applied to debt'on haiL ACTS ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITE ;

Oct. 2nd, 1917. wa annual report day. The attendance I Song by tjio choir, 'Tenting on the, old S ,..;...........
The Councfl met in regular session, was encouraging as were also ( Continued; 'from Page' Seven) Camp, Ground." --- .

F. II. Lawson, 'prganization, of the Veterans' Association The social program; was in charge
there being present showing the most successful Here's tny ptlnrnntec-Go to any drugstore
reports, and names of the officials for of Comrade Wood and was renderedas "Dodson's Uver Toni" Starts Your Liver '
president W.V.. Carson, Roma and g..ft CO cent bottle of Dod- .
; the of the .
year in history record Comrade L. Bower Wood- follows: .
: Q. ,
BOII'S Liver Tone., Take to-
Thomas, Howell Bass-! B. E. Haley,. organization, The spirit of unity has.been ard, Lynch and Capt. Ferris. Comrade Music on the banjo by a blind man, Better Than Calomel and Doesn'tSalivate night and if it doesn't straighten a unnonful you I

Lewis O'Bryan, attorney, and J. U. strengthened, and there tins Bower gave quite an eulogy on "Marching Through Georgia." or Make You Sick. right up and make you feel fine end

Gilbert,. clerk. The minutes of the been an earnest purpoHe to follow the good and faithful work of the Recitation by Afina Cary, who. recited vigorous by morning I want you to go ,

)last meeting were read and approved; the definite plans of the state Union. hall janitor Comrade Miller, who it a second piece. linck to the store and get your money.Dodson'S .
t ; examined and Extra work this year, has kept? seems is going to leave UK soon. On Song by Evelyn Ashton. accompanied Listen to' .me! Take no more sickening Liver Tone Is (deHtroyiti| the ?
reports of officers were hands, heads and hearts busy in .car motion of Comrade Beauchamp, the by the mandolin. salivating cnlomet when bilious or saidof calomel 1..auHtI, it JK real liver I

/ approved'bills; were approved and ordered rying out suggestions embodied in I janitor was given a rising vote of Recitation by Genevieve HuflTord. constipated. Don't lose A d.y'.rk I niodi l<;inPi entirely! vegetable; (1 I therefore it

paid as! .follows: patriotic: service. 'The Union has 32 ; thanks. Music on the accordeon by Mr. Din. Calomel 1* mercury or quicksilver can not salivate or' niuko you ...Iek.I .
-iv paid-up members and we hope to Among the newcomers Were two gle. which Cannes nccrosi'f of the bone guarantee/ that one sio| ,iifnl of \HodRon's (-
.,. H Cndel notary nn mayor- 1 3fl.IO 71i.(10((' : have'more than that to report to the brothers who were introduced, Jonathan Recitation by the leader, Comrade Calomel, when it come into contact Liver Tone will put your sluggish)!

lF. They stated Wood about our ancestor's sacrificein with sour bile t'ra.lleB' it.. breaking Iner to work und rli-iin, jour l-ow-el. of i

.T. X. KoluTHun' treasurer-. ___-- 8fi.JIHKIII. November fith to 9th to be convenedin that they were yet spared 1 out of five the settlement'of our country, it up. Tills l In.when you. fwl .that uufulliaiiwu that sour ,lilli ami i> 'fI..I. i1uited|' i wstitevliicli
J. ft. JIM.ert. clerk_. Lakeland "a city of commodious. brothers who served in Company B, which was all full of patriotism.More aiijl rrnmping. If you 'arc stuffciuli li rioting jour nvxtcin. iiml making -
J.f.wiR; 41'Ilrymt. city 1.LtOttlCV.2.OU rtirvtliixV. .! homes and hospitable citizens."' Tenth l1rinoilf Infantry.: They gave an music.on the banjo. ' and "all knocked 'out." if your you feet iii iKli.4l.1.14.. I
Mi-mluT. II. LnwminV. or Council-.\ four-,- 20.0A The" following delegates were zippoIntel outline of some of their war expori-r Mr.: 1 Dingle gave more music on' the liver 1 h torpid' ,nd 1 NiwpU ''onstfl.1|; Vi 'is.t tIe (If T1".I 41)14's I.lrcr Toiin, 'IIh I

\ \", t"or..o""u. -.- JfHiO to attend convention : :Mrs: , ence and liked St. Cloud and thought acfor'deon.\ or you ha\'" headache) , li7.SilII'514. routed (>oi your. entire family f"I Ii titi! Cm t"fnionlt'm. '.
Homa TlioiniiH. -...- !2".011! M Mrs, John Bronnon they would nake.thl"ir future-home- Recitation by' Evelyn Ashton. tongue. if breath in ,hud. or toma1i Hour Ch-c-: It t'''nr cliildn-n., !" It ia ,

S Howrll 4. 13. Haley IIUHH,.UiriMinccliiiUH.... 211.1111'If..oll' Mrs.: A.J.Moiielcy'' Wesley-, Blake;' aLso the four here. Remark. byhpresident, stating just take a npoonful. of harmless, ]od- .(aiiiilonx; docHii't, grliio). and 1 tliey, |like. ltC.-sI'.i' "> p

IStnte Hank of KlmdmlruMi,, rent general officerK, who are .always I Rev Jan. M King, the new' Baptistminister that the marriage fee should be'' .on'sUverToae. on my guarantee.Ijhkiiell pbuiiit. In..'...
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introduced) who'stuUil). to rout -- -- ----- -- --- --
J.: It. Uilucrt. J.... lnW fcV tux" Male delegate; ; Friday, October 12th occurs was tKeir l .;
t. .. -'. .. -I---.-- I 2.!MI the election of local officers for : hWit\ It a "Southern tarhecl" but recited" I what. '"Pat" said about-. lot I disc sweet ."/SI
O. \\'. (lv..rlllr..I.! ferillmc ,Hrlin-- 0,3 III) the .ensuing year. It. is earnestly acquelllel there were three" nnnicA he did not of things.! : 'I And king and queen in that' -
<). M. Tn'lor.l roe.-ilvH, for ('I'H". 12.011. f second Saturday United States your your
cafe to be called viz: A kaiseror j program m or
tend. czar
J{. I... Starling, plumJiliiu", lit City that there be a full. a. paradise meet.
JI..n'",, __"." .....*.. ..-'-._ __.._. 70...<14. . nl'e\ntt.hatml'etlnlt. 1'(>Let grandfather) was In t tho MIss Vina Cary, Here is to the U. S., the glorious" land,
Jr. H: <;fl1ort.erkwnsI4'usY. .!"> .' Southern" army, but wu*. n good. friend, The third Saturday, the W. CX T, U. We will: fight for-old glory-give the Servia ' .
In M.. (X..k:,.:_ ..A._.>. .rkJ..--- .. '.'coo.2t11" > ()l1li.(11)' STOMACHS. to all tho ex-sol4lens Urother1' King j The fourth. .Saturlay.llrothr Beau.. Allies! a hand, . .' . . .
:.. Klimy, TVlephomCo., snid he hud been icirocfly'treated champ. .. We lick all the Germans when Here is to'Servia that did notknew of
1>11'.... Jullii 1.. Him*. "ujiI1e| | fur . ASES OIl INIflCKSTlUXHMMMW J : ( by tlu can we -
l "nrlHoiicrN, - I. .. ..j---_.- - 242t people of Kt. Cloud since he caive'; : Song, "Star Spangled Banner! and I get into trim, ; no fear,
\\'Arrpn'A 'n..n. mrN-t' work., !I7! (no II) The% St. Cloud yell was practiced; on, adjourned( 1 to meet I Saturday: 2 p. in., We can face all hardships, be they With the Teutons! in front and the'I
Hum lierwooil Johimon HUH. *,fit MtriM't r..t WlIrl woi. '-t{. --------0- .ft"', Eiuh "Tape's l lIilllu'lutin"| | digest1 und the collection was $1.44. As the I October Hi:th. ever so grAm I Bulgara. in rear -
L Hlo\it I.unili'-r Co.. Uimlii tiff 3,00(1( grains* food ending all city fills up this amount will )bo A S. COLE, I'' I Your.'country is little, but nevertheless
ulrcrt work -00- -.-.u--. 7.'Hi Ktomach' in fiteminutes. augmented to $14 or $UO, the principal Assistant' Secretary. England
ll. H. Klovrt, mulo fccil-- -.*.__- 211.76. niiitcry I _ _ ._ d _ _ _ _________ __ :....._ YOU have .shown to t.he.W9rld you can
\V. A 4'. tiro Co., mulo IVi-it_ ; .7U Here that'
: is to the ,British Lion' was .
like the best.
... ',' ll I folllro .
I. l.upfcr ()
Hum >
I d"I.t. _ ._. _|l.n u . _- .. - 21.011 I death from lockjaw or blood poison slow to wake UI),. 1 : .

,, . .. IX O. Ki-nviT, H..-4 l....MS..Hciivonirnr. _' .,._._ 4J. .-. .r..4 '''
r-; -1----iI-Ynh1. 'P __ ._ 7 i'l\tl! :!.rn-m""fl"1i use a
Here is the
..I. .1. Cn>w 416 l T, H .I. im ZIl'Xlon I to Italy, to Allies you
.1. .7., l'nnn.. shop. work --. -. .', 676 heartburnsourness" or belching of I j I, the moment a few drops are applied I But a full-fledged lion, 'with teeth liket stick, 4.: -'
r A.. N. 7'liomiiii; 'llrt'WII. "..I.-u$ (inipfcr "-. I gas acid or Irritation: of undigested I steel, .
) nlprenent. i U
making hay I to Corn callus the soreness
I .M$1.r --_ : (011.00( food dit bloating, foul is busy I' any or May chew the Germans that May you get into Tiieste and. the .
.. no ness, you up
?.\ ft:' rValht-K mipnli fur 11.1 ; 'relieved and soon the entire corn or 4 Austrians lick,
. _ 6:36OM"'I..I. : breath or headache.fane's und Mr. and Mis." off with the your. power they feels.
ilept. - j.---'" -- Mrs.( J. P. Tyson callus, root and all, lifts You have pulverized mountains and
.. . forHtmet .is noted for its .
Iliiw. Co., U0I1IeI| Diapcpsin the G. H. '
woik 7K.6.! stomachs. A. H. Dennis: we'et'uestB\ at !, fingers. French overcome peaks
11iui| Ucna Ixird,Hiil.,--:-for; --Hept.-. : librarian " speed in regulating upset stomach I Woodall home Friday afternoon. I[ Frcezono dries the moment it 'ia applied You will punish .the Teutons and help
r at Chapter, House.__._ 2500 ]Itis the surest quickest I Mr. I'" II. Tyner made a business and simply shrivels the corn or Here h'to the French that are. all out the Greeks. J
( in the whole world and besides .
:KINa Concert Jland donation urRl"pl..mber remedy good and true, .
1 __-__._, _._______ 6000' it is harmless. Put an end trip to JS'aVcoosnee Saturday.Mrs. callus without inflaming or 'even irritating .
Jerry Hunn, janitor' wrvhv____. 11111 i to'j I AV. II. Anderson and son, Elton the surrounding tIssue or I May your fighting for freedom be relished Allies!
x .. ________ .110 stomach trouble )forever by getting: ( 1)y
I I>n\'I 1."n. cenii-nti extended you; '
A. < returned from I
have an
4 J. C. ( rlffln. ...hOI'.Hkoo. :__:_ 6.IU large fifty-cent case of Tape's Uia-i 1 where they have skin A small bottle'of freezone will May you punish the Germans for all Here is to the A\1ies\ with U. S. in lead
Osreula IJdw. Co.. suppl. foV fire pepsin from drug store. You realize | trip in the North I cost very little at any of the drugstores have We are fighting for freedom, we are
l dept. _.__h_____. -. _____._ S3.76AV. any been" visiting relatives.Mrs. will rid one's they done not in for greed.
in five minutes how needless it is but positively
mil. 12. U I at And keep that old Kaiser from a place
A. Joiner a 41u1.t.| G. C. Bronson was a caller
. I. plant n_.____ ... _-- .u to suffer from indigestion dyspepsia i aft feet of every hand. or soft corn or in the sun. And old glory will float with English'
Dennis home Monday "
. 8. I 10. (lardner, part. mil. nil. enirr. or any stomach disorder. It is the I the A. U. hardened callus. If your druggisthasn't \ and French,
_. ___ ,_____ __ __ __ 1000 ,
4 plant -- ernoon. In licking the Germans; or storing a ',.
quickest, surest and most harmless> freezone he get it at }
8. HI. Unrdner bal. sal.' ns enter Miss Corine Bronson spent-the day any can Russia --

V.plant It. Kills- -_part_._ u.sal.___vnicr.- -----plant.--- -- 8500 B.(HI stomach doctor, in, the world. in Kissimmee with. her cousin, Miss ,I any wholesale drug house for' you.HERE'S Here is to the White Bear that is call. trench. < 4

V. It. J lItH. bal. sal ermr. plant., 7U.UU May Bronson. I ed old Russ Our Soldier Hoyn.
; Thomas Miller___ 'salary___ ns__lineman - 75.OO. THIS. WAR. WILL MAKE THE WISE, Mrs. E. L. -I\). Overstreet and son I TO TUB HUNCH May your righting the Germans be Here Is to our boys that to Europe
----- ---- -- FARMER RICH Kissimmee done without fuss
callers at
. Lewis Durham alary as nrptnun 6000 Malcome, were I By Radiator Bill ; must go,
J. lit. HunBcll Hal., a. .ngr. K. I... Monday.Mrs. You have shown to the world you can Be 'you a rich man or only a hobo

4 plant __._ 75.00 Never "before have the Florida C. P. Prevatt and son, Joe, and Von 'Binding always come back Give the Germans; alicking and do it
Tucker Hrlrk C. wood for Sept.
L.&W plant ---------- ----_- -. 800 00T farmers had such an opportunity as! daughter: Jeanette of Kissimmee, Here is to Von Bissing that who'* So while you are at it give the Germans tight quick, I
S J. >. liotundo labor nt-WX-lv. plinit 2(1(1Oonr : now to get away from the old haphazard were visitors at E. L. t). Overstreet'sSunday. called into hell no slack. Ana give them no chance to play you '
.S't; Ow plant r _Kmlth.______labor__,__.__lit__"-W&L_____ 200 hit or miss style of farming. ,hi& in To answer some charges about Edith a trick.
S. Gulf IteflnliiK, Co.. oil----------- D2: .45 What has kept the majority of them Our Pastor Reaves filled place' Cavell, Belgium
47 Mine Mill A Hupply' Co. .ti!|>i>.1U-ii iN.mOsreola poor and put their great vocatioa on the pulpit last Sunday. For said the-old devil, I may be classed Here Is to Belgium a country so bold Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Day
j Hflw. Co., auppiles------, 1822J. a straight business basis, managed Mr. and Mrs. G. Persons and Miss You checked the Germans and made Your druffirlftt will refund none,. If PAXO: .
.___ __
1 All as a *
J. Dunn wilier wrench "
-- OINTMENT filli to cure ol
,. I.upfer & ' iiml oil IS.xChan. like any other busineni, requiring White visited. Mr. and Mrs. Bauknight But Von Hissing did beat me if all this war get so old j Blind.Bleedfn Protruding Bnrc IMlea in 6 to Itchlnc.led.,..
p ,V. Dunn,l"f'rr.., i-nnin: 2.15 ,methods and system and close thinking I Sunday. told the truth. :May your,kingdom be made into para- The first application (IvetKuc;; and ke.i, 3OC. I
_ _ A.' B. Thomas, collector frelulit : as certainly as industry, and aiming I I .
refunds nnd nietern "iretina..4 SXh.4D lIMIt
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Crandall I'arkliiK e.... pafklni I always, not at a mere livingbut THICK, GLOSSY Turks ----- --- :

for &W plant .. _uu __ _. 7U.4SClarlorlc I at a substantial yearly profit aa well, nmE FROM DANDRUFFGirls =" I Here is to the Turk you bloodthirstyhound. .
Parking C.... imcklnx I busi. 1 I .
like other well-conducted
_____ any .
S for L.&W plant h.r.3. '5
; n -h. I ne;;... I Try it! Hair Gets Soft Fluffy May to hell you be going for there you \.

:: Mr.; W. H. Jones! representing the I This war we are in is the biggest and Beautiful-Get a 25 Cent are bound.WhenEnglish. R.S.FLOYD .j

Ice and Cold Storage Co., asked that thing that has ever happened this ',I I Bottle of Danderine and Russ have hemmedyou
and next to soldiers the
planet ,
pur -
: ouncil' grant them the privilege to most important American factor-in it If you care for heavy hair that You. will beg the Armenians to forgive Dealer In r

room on is the American farmer. Unless he I glistens with beauty, and is radtont you your sins.lIereJItolthe4ulgars.

oR1sscreened( ( which ex- .measures up to thc emergency, the I with life, has an incomparable softness Groceries Hay Grain andEecd '

:i '"xvrsvi\'\ l' property) for-protectionj I,war will/fail, for the armies can't bej, '[ and J .,fluffy and lustrous, try ... ; : .' jJulj( rs '. '
; ;; ;1& ZJ :fii :
f ed.4Food.i production alljtover]] thispountryfnTU8Ubelnenrly (' .
; .v-
k! *jaf AH'Voo *> rom flies .whi4preparingJ% ; < Janderinej 5at hought '1\1)1') '" fiw.iI\! rt;- iKt.fy' / \ }\' I
I : doubed2andyanrbnl ] '
I h iW.TvaV-Slorage.'iS( on'motIonhejmatI! !: .heyrtould 'L \\'IY 'I 1 Corner Broadway ; J.I

kterwas, (referred[It..ol buildingXppmmlt hi vibeKachlcycd I\\Iy iliceJbflJ.heJBu' in a (' '" !I .' \. ' J,' .' ,.'.,. , ...vTry8Us'on , '/td
.5 [tee with t..o act.mT" _ a TntensivefcfarniinjTlJ! .comit, ghtmjrJJnTvain" !: .t !., .::. +. \"tW .t :,\I\"
powerto; } "
Pfreasing J the. and I Your Next Order For Feed .
4, "'"' Notice from insurance compani le a crcageTf ? ,.:'i ou (will isee'youring iabV"in. 1
regarding insurance rates were 'On abandonment nil slovenly, t'?\rc. : heavy, healthy hnir if you have d.imlI'ufT. the Huns .
i. y motion referred to finance corn'miltee, I lens methods! thjit spell"]] shortage, This iKJsti uetivo scurf robs .the When the Allies at ,. "Jtrmg< with all -- -----------1 [
for thorough i investigation! and report : leakage and general fneffil" (>nl')'. I hair of its lustre, its slren-th and its i I their big guns.: .. I
I This country i is not thinking in life. and if not it < I
I c back to Council! at next regular meet-, very overturn- proiluce1 -
> ..... .
ing. ,I, millions now: it thinking in billions a. feverishncss itchujg"' of I Submarine "C"x; : :-'> : :--) :-+

r The light nnd water committee and that ,means a 1'1I.h: expenditure : I the scalp ; the hair-fool" furnish, loon- I Here is to the .slinkers, th. -ow.irily ,

'recommended the colafiei- engineer, :, i fur. everything, the farmer/ ''ii and die; thon tin- hair full. out sneaks. i

I 1l. and ,fireman at light and water plant raises. that will put him on Eazvstreet fust Surely l ict u -"i-c-i; nt lioltlc of I"<,women and ihiluren. ar" all that D.G.WagoerInsuranceAency

fS be raised. 10 pi'i cent and Unit nil em if only he has thC stuff. to sell Kimw 1 lion's t Dulidt'rino from any drug I you seek; '

ployes of light and wati-r plant he'. ''uiiil I in sufficient quantity.'Jho : I '-toI'4' and( just try it. I YOnI'l'' Ufraid of a .. !)-:you ?
I 2nd Floor Citizens' Bank Phone No.
at- I BMg. 30.
will to it that I :
government 44CC ,
charged:: for water iirnl I lights. ( Mi motion I i hunt unauncd) |I)6hlti4( ,
I .: I he can't: charge, extortionate prices, HrirK! I Lot (Out) children, H"A.
.. duly seconded the) "rvcornim-mla : Drown women" und ; : in

.} .tion rlerl) (.was was approved authorized us elated to issue: and\var-the i'I oven to attoinpt if ho to wore do ;unpatriotic 0. but he will enough g'ct'" '' An interesting. votu WHS taken in I' their; struggles you gloat. I The Leading General Insurance Agency In Osceola Co |

'i.the St. Cloud district of Oll'olil.
_ _. \" 1'rants on payroll aCI'rdinglI'gin.( more money for his crcps, than he j jever !bounty last week, when a bond, issue I.i For the Central I'owers' Rulers! ::: WE REPRESENT THE AETNA HOME OF NEW YORK HARTt:::
lIing with October Int. got before; heill be subjectto Whi-n, this war will be over and much AND MANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS &
of the market fluctuation I \\u< i-ariied for $275,000) for hard-sur I : FORD FIRE INSURANCE :
I On motion it was BO ordered that I II none I will be told, ,
1 faced, that will connect )Kisximmcc } COMPANIES
that )haVe so often shrunk ; ,
salary of night police be raised from I or wiped How' your soul and, your holy, to the ,
$55 to $65 per month, beginningsith I II. put his profits, and if he is wise I: route und to Narcoossce the Itrcvaid and afford line arliJ"'I.t I I I devil you sold, :;: AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE, ?

.S September 1st. I enough to .see his opportunity and, county St. 'I You will pay for this war with your :x: LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH, AUTOMOBILE, TORNADO. .(
; On motion, it wan no ordered) ( that : strong enough to grasp it, this \Var, I. that meujns a paved highway I I bonds I expect, k BURGLARY PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive
I. Cloud to Melbouine.( This is anotherexh'en1 : : 11'
if we win it, will bring him indepond-| the devil himuvlf touU: will! Y
i : the marshal be allowed $1 cost in each > rond that I| Anal l your J
ence. More food crops and better til- j ( ly important. project '
I conviction in mayor's court. will affect the interests ot collect.: I :: Insurance :
a largo !
luge-and more live: lock to make meat :|
On motion li. E
by Haley, I section of central Florida and the''I
t Cart. for the Army and th<. country should i : Kaiser. Hill I II
1 seconded by that Mr. C. I
Buckles' be reimbursed to amount of I Ilh be the leading thought of tho Amcri- lower East Court It will provide anew I i I Here is to the Kaiser who wants! a ::i:: ALSO BONDS AND LIABILITY. :?:

.. $500 for amount of Ions on wood contract can farmer today; and if he rises to'I] und direct -trans-state route In.the between I I place in the sun, I + IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION I ?
l Melbourne.
for the past year ( for light and the nation's emergency, which is his election" Tampa proposal an( was inserted a You think you can get there by !word I ::: AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION. X
own he will he both
water plant); and that payment of patriotic opportunity and profiteer" for ho is truly clause which] made it necessary for [ You and had by gun be > < c.4 >$MO e M M-fl"e-<- "> H> OOOOV 0.+4'
better for
; .j same be held up until funds were looking a placein I
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fijhtingfor his country when he the veters to decide on the paving material -
available. The motion being put to the moon, -
i between vitrified brick
-S vote carried by a majority, Dr. W. W. raises the stuff to feed her armies as For the Allies will tumble you off
and bituminous concrete. Brick lost .
and at the s me timo he is legitimately -
Carson voted the from throne.
no, with following I out but it is explained by the St. yoi/r FOR SALESII. .I PREFERRED
making a good profit
explanation: JnyiewjLthe that sure on r j jI 4 .
'Cloud Tribune that while- the brick -
the city had settled in full with Mr. C. what he sells. Crown I'riace
: Buckles according to contract, he I This wnr is his I ig chance, but territory practically fo the" taking purposes for that of were the I I Here is to the Crown Prince who One block of Five Lots'in fouth Part of Town. 250
unless. same as
making him he thinkjs! in a big way, and wanted this war,
strongly opposed
ai of $500 of the taxpayers' a money.present plants and harvests his crops by the concrete, Ute brick proposition did not May your army be beaten; it will give foot front, 208 foot depth. Rich Muck Soil adapted for
include St. Cloud
any road through
S. methods of modern instead of or
The following ordinance was introduced nn- Nurcoossee the brick you a jar; i Banana-or Truck GrQwing. Eighteen inch fall
to that advo.
dent so city
& : and on motion read a first timeandby agriculture and stops all wastage May your long neck be stretched by i

I unapimous consent (all rules and reads the 'papers to keepip cates. Augustine early gave Record.up hope of winning.St. . American rope i ditch. Make. your home pay for itself.

; i _ beIng waived.) was .laced unon itslIecond I IS with the news and progres's of the And the bQnes iA your body be made
world he lives in, his chance will\ I. into
and final and ,
reading soap. VALLEY
passage Apply GAZETTE.
unanimously passed. (See ordinance pass him by and' he must be content
J 5
..- ., in another column). Times.with a piker's profits.-. Quincy. Frank McAdam and C. A. Straub of Hindenburg .
There being no further business the Here is to Von Hindenburg brag .." -
."'X > <-M <- .
''Council adjourned to meet October Moran, Kansas, have fprmed a co ged so much 'tf..c M-0-> :-+o.o.i

..- ',.Jj1'"; ..;4th, 1917. GIVE "S\' R(11' OF) FI GS" partnership and expectto establish a Of a line into France that no ona

F. II. LAWSON, TO CONSTIPATED CHIM stock warm at Park Gardens south of could touch; i TAX NOTICES i
4- \: .. President. Kissimmee in Shingle Creek. But English' did take it and French :

,,_ 1 J.,R. GILBERT, Delicious "Fruit I. xatlvp" can't harm' Mr. McAdam will be resident manager took some more, i .

IClerk.. Tender little Stomach Liver of the farm and! will build a residence So now you are classed as! :a foolish October 3,191Z
t. and Bowels for himself on the property.The old bore. :f fi

. .5, A* it to encourage support of a deal for the property was made
r> : greater calry"lndustry within the Look at the tongue, mother! If through the Nelson Realty! Company. : Von Mackenson is hereby given that the ii .

S tate, cornea the report of the United coated, your little one's stomach liver Here is! to Mackenspn, another big

<-4 State bureau of markets. This re- and bowels need cleansing at once. Have you planned to fumigate four brag, :i Tax Books for 1917 will be for
;& ,", 'port i la on the cold storage holdings When peevish, cross )listless, doesn't cribs of corn to kill the weevils ? Bulletin May your big star be falling and Russian open : .

?, ,if creamery butter and may be taken sleep, eat or a..t naturally, or I is feverish 10, University of Florida exten. drag f ..
f' a*< an index to the .demand for all stomach sour, breath bad; has ion. -division, will tell you how. Yourself and your army Into Pinsk. collection on Nov. 1st. I am now :

k dairy product The 268 storages sore throat diarrhoea, full of cold, marshes deep. i
11';; .';.r that ''reported holdings orr September give a teaspoonful I"* "California LIFT YOUR CORNS From there into hell you can make In : ready to furnish estimates these S

'" 1, of.thI. year and last, chow a present Syrup of Figs" and in a few hours all OFF WITH FINGERS one leap. .

.1 1 stock: of 94,644,780 pounds as compared I the foul, constipated waste, undigested taxes. 2 cent will be allowed
I l wHit 106,336,003.) ponuds last I Ip I food and sour bile gently moves Tell How to Loosen Tender Cornor Zeppelin per '. Ion

c t : year: a decrease of 11,191,223_ pounds out of its little bowels without ,.grip Callus So It Lifts Out Here Is to Count Zeppelin that bragged -
i,. > or 10.6 per cent. I lag, and you have a well, playful child so big. all taxes paid! during November.
ri again. Ask your druggist for a 60- Without Pain With your airships some graves you

: .:(t;... V To Cur.. Cold la On Day.mtuOttO . I cent bottle of "California Syrup of surely would dig,

:, .i ...... UXATIn QidBhM.Map... I FIgs" which contains full directions You reckless men and women who But the devil he took you and put you C. L. BANDY, Tax Collector ;
... HsadadMu.. o.. lbs CoW. I Ir for' babies, children of all and are pestered' with' corns' and who have in hell
.. ftfwa4 If 1& ..0. 10..... I ages -
cv :
4... -4 fZ .", k ..i.4; &OVS(1M1tM1': .50 SSCM. .... .s.S for J grown-up;. ,*,..'-, at least once a week invited .an awful 1 1I for the women and children you sent Ou......... .. .. 0'0 00000. .. .'.. . . . It . .00'0. . .. ..
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I There are more than 2,000,000 l ol'd-I raw or wlIHilll further' cook I nor shall CnUxrauaun. Plato of New York : that f wards, all heirs at law or Jacob EdI -
be kept In receptacle screened with Martin Ij. Hall Company a PoreignCorporation. I wards,' deeaeed4o> ; 110 and aPpear t<<
ThePERUNA cars now in service.! One-half of all wire netting. I I.. a non-ealdent of the the said hillof complaint at the office

I Family the cars American roads are }'od'I Hni-tlon 4. Tire, door, window and Slate of Florida amid has Its principal ot the Clerk of said Cuurt: at Klailmm -
on other opcntntt of hakerle where Place of hushes In the City of 11..,,- "e, Florida, on the Sth dan)I
cars. Thus while allthe; other motorcar 'bread and en ken are made, and or ton Slate -Massachusetts, : that Mo- of November, A. D. o"'t':\ same be."'

baa three members you should know If you desire to places where candy. and confectionery Whertnn Mutton & Cuhipany a forclKn lair the first Monday of said m..nlhl
enjoy life. factories .combined are producing la made shall !>.. scr.-ciu-ij with wire Corporation. I* a, non'roaldent of the no.1 that thl* order .be published In the
net tin State of Florida and has Its principal Klaalmmee Valley Oasette a newa-.
the Ford or.Section
l r 1. Tie popular liquid form of Peruna..-the reliable one car great organization I Whenever vlre nctllntr Is. Place of business III the City of Nashville paper puhllahed weekly and oC general t

tooloof the American household trlUi a long history of TCOCM la alone of 'itself, in the same I prescribed In thin ordinance. It shall\ Slate of Tenne*. ee, all of the d.. circulation/ In Osceola Count, Florida
treaties all catarrhat dlfUculUM. I mean wire "nettIng( not coarser ,than 16 fcndanta, not corporations. over theatre (nra each week far four (4) conuou
2. The tablet form, which is made after the same \ length of time, turns out one completed mesh. 5/ of '::.r.oj.-t"l.i .*; It la there- IVH week prior to said day.

1T formulary aod It more convenient for many car. 1 Section 8.11" easeR and receptacle fore d non-resident de WITNESS my hand and the seal of
mentioned In this ordinance shall bo fendanta be and they aTe hereby required said Court at Klsilmmeo Florida this
{ 3. Manalln." -the ideal laxative, by the regular use of kept closed except for the purpose of to appear to the Bill .of Con,. the 17th day of September, A. I). 11I17.1
which eonstlpatlon mar bo overcome and : placing. food therein I or removing It plaint filed In saId cause on or before .1. L. ()OVERSTRKET:
t' 'Ut natural action mtorad. Man Un hu DO II Sil IS I'' I I I f I I Ml I I i I I I LX therefrom and shall he kept free. from rtonday the 5th day of November, A Clerk Circuit Court Oceol Countr,
habit familo drul. but Is *a aid to oarer LI. mtT: otherwise the allegations of Florida.
i.! files. And all screen doom and .window -
f thousands Your drulgiai have received has all thrae.benefit from So many the *. .. Legal' J . shall' be opened only I In caaa of said Tllll be. taken a. confessed by said (Circuit Court Seal) 404tOTJI'J
; defendants.It
necessity, andall apartments aoscreened
UMofoneor both these remnedlea that they
under this ordinance shall be la further ordered that thl* order OK HXKCUTOH I -
lecotniced of tba of
are a part equipment
kept free from" files.Section bo, published once a week for four conacoutlve -
.g-.xJv--- every carfful hou ehnld. I: : Advertisements
THE KtUNA COMTAMT c.i......OMe < 7. No food nf any, kind shall. week In the Klanlmmee Val I. Court of C...,,, ........ '
be exnnHpd'or. 1401)t for sale In frontot Ivy Oaxette. a newspaper publlahed In '. Coua. .
r. Stale f Floridai
.IIstat ,;.. ..- ' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I.I I I fttorea or doorway thereofat nald County and :State.This ; Estate: of
... ;I 4I I a less; .. nhttlrh twenty Inches 3rd day of October A. D 1917. i re Jkn W. T...._*)

above the sidewalk or floor. J. I.., OVElti4TltElfl'.
ADItI5TIt! Ttlt'i !S Tlfl-5 Notice I I. hereby '
SectionWhoever violate any provision ClerkClrcult' Court. given to all whom
I. .Clr..1t 'Cnurt 8ealt) It may concern, that the Itth
I of this. ordinance shall/ be piinIsheil on day of
THREE CENTS LETTER r In thi Land' where the Dead Men I. Court el ('ouCt" Judge, StatC er hy a fine -exceedlnar two hundred KHI, MI-IS & HTKKO. December. A. IV 1111? I shall apply to
dwell. Solicitors for the Complainant I the Honorable T. M. Murphy, Judge of
Florida ami fifty dollar, or by Imprlaonment .
POSTAGE AFTER NOV. 2 for not more thnn thirty: dnya.Kcod 41-41 said Court a* Judge of Probate, for my,
lore K.t. ---" I noticed the red in bloom .
roses Itt.'lI'r.It.It SALE late of John W deceased
,('ou. session, and unanimously passed this ;
WASHINGTON, 'Oct. 5.Detailed In the Land where the Dead Men 2nd d'lnf' October. A. r>. I 91 7.- and that at the T will present -
c N. tiro U ntn-r.v xlven ball\ whomIt October 2. 1917. under my final acceiint a* Executor of
,_ Instructions' the postmasters on dwell ; 2111h day of Approved. NOTICE la hereby "given that
thnt on the Paid estate, and
ask for
concern their
may 't JOHN S. CAPEU Mayor. 11,01 vlrture of Final ''Jlecree Inhancvrv approval.
i 'the 'Increased mail rates, which 'become ,And the -lilies white: in the- twilight April. A. 1>. m*. I shall\ apply t.. the (Peel '< .f' by In the ease a otth."t'r.* ATaraon Lated.June llth, A. I>. 1917.

. effective gloom Honorable T. M. Murphy, JudK" of said V, II. IA \VSO.V.) <(<: Orocery Company, a Corpora- EDGAR D. 1t.CJ'. : ,
November 2, under the Court aa Judge 'of r'rohntx, for. my .. 86-8mos tor.JVOTICK .
.President Councl.1. .
Stood guard as tho shadows fell; Adinlnlatratrlx of "f __ ion. .1. A. Cheek and \Tlllle May ,
terms of' the war tax bill were issued final I discharge" aa Attest Clr-
And the.violet.s. there in the waning deceased : Cheek, his wife, pending In the .
today by Postmaster General ,. the estate of tleoruro It. Tatnukn. I J. ll. OIUnRRT' City CUrk.<.. ; oult Court of the Seventh Judicial Clr-' 5 OFFinal IIXac"UTOItr.
day, . .. : and that at the same tlmo : 42-6t ( ... '
.; cult of the Htate of Klorlda In, and for Iflaeaarce)
UQrleson. They do not. apply to mail Knelt down ,by the hearts of the deadto will, pre*..nt to aald Court lily of said Una.I ac-..*- (aeenla County, In Chancery, the -
toTnost foreign countries, which rates ..OUlltA'lIa, Admnllstratrlx . Master, will I ::Iiat
erslirned na Hpeclal I. Courf'of
pray, tale and ask. for their approval. ? l\ t'II1 IT "'()lItT, 'lI.r.' ..: OKllllfim beat Cennlr Judae.. O.eela.
fixed international' Bale, the highest and .,
are by treaties public to CnnaHe ,. Mi.te KlorlJa.
"but they do apply to all domestic And the' wind stopped by with: a"word u.t.d October. fiVVion'iJi ( w. F'IOftl I) ldder for cash at the Court House InKlsslmmco ,. Estate: nt J... McLauahlln..
to Oaerola County Flortla.during .
mail and under that classification ts 48-6 moms '_Administratrix. \\ tiardner, 4'omplalnnn. v..
the-hourS of legal aale Mon.
In. theLAnd where the Dead Men Kalle >l. irfe.dantil.rc. on Notice la hereby, given to all whom
'said -include all mail to Canada day the lit h day of November, A. I>.
dwells CITATION Of AIIMI\ISTI. ATIOV ,. .. may concern that on the day ef
ui1. ,
I :Mexico Cuba, Panama the United the following described real e- October A. n. 1 I shall apply to
I. Court "f County J.nlne. Oxcroln Heirntk' Judicial ( .....ult. O'oeroln <'onn.ty ate. with Its appurtenances to-wit: the Honorable T."U. Murphy-Judara: of
States postal agency of Shanghai and I I 'sin and I .. 4'baaeer. Iota Eight ( 8) Nine. (9) and Ten said
saw no saw no strife Count?, .State of Florida. Court a* Judge of Probate for mr
all! In the service of fill of Hhoema'ker'a Ruh-dl vision of '
- persons military ) final dlacharira as Executor of the 1'.
. the United States in Europe. The department In the Land where the Dead Men Kstnte' Kmllr, O. '..'.... dwell; RA'tli'WfrH I, 'OI'IIT. the hill Hle'd In the above-stated cause Inn to the Town of Klaaimmeo Klor- and that at the same time T will pre
issues these instructions: THK Jt.'I'OK' OK .AoIIIMt ,-.{ -f.I"n -4 "'1fJ..a .. _..... - .. .. .. ,' _ _
.ilwJ ,,,,,t.h_ r.. ","", 'It- : ,- -I aaoBunt4 g au te. at'' 'I'>;o" ;
a 1'fwn ; : f.thatF. :
., flOh.PP4i'1tStl4 I the ; s1o '
.I'ir'" "Po tmmrtel.. :.ftttt a1\d-trtroi" or Administration : \"' i.irr-1IO".r; "The-> to- payer said estate, and ask'for their approval.
:November 2, 'see that postage is-paid At' rest in the narrow cr-11; piled to this court the for estate belters of Entity O.THtman fitate of Klorldaj and i" resident, of. the Maater1\ Peed. Dated April Urd.; A. n. UI1.
But they held their course through a on Stain of Minnesota last address belnKKlllltiKham nted October 6th A. l>. 1D17. It. K. McIjAUQHMN.prll .
at the'. rate of three cents an ounce dreamless sleep . lU'CC'iiKc-.l, !. te <>f said. County $ Washlnirton. ,over the axe \V. U. CIlAWFOIin.Hpeclal I -flmoa RKeeutor.OHDKIt .
fraction thereof letters of of 111M I therefore Maater.K .
or on nnd twenty-one year: .
Where never a care or a pain might TI1ISI. A It 1':. TI1EltEI0RE.. to. cite
'other first-class' matter kindred ordered th'nt anld non-resident defendant HI HUH' & STEEl), FOil PllU.ICATIO .
drop the -
except creep; and ailmonlsh all and singular be and she I la hereby required to Hnllcltor for Complainants. 42-4t

letters. All drop letters that is letters And why should to and creditors of said deceaaed .tobe. appear" to the bill of complaint filed In Coitrt. .. .
ore ever come and appear. .before this court on r I. Clrcnlt t t Florida
mailed for the
from said b..rorpIon.lay
delivery the of cause on or .
before tho Iftth day of ovember, A. H. 1(1 I.I. Tit Ul lET TIT' ":
weep Sth day of November A. l>. 11117.otherwise .
.g lice at which posted including thosr In the Land where the Dead Men 1917 and tile objections. If any theyhave the allegations of anld hilt n..... If. Ilaaro. G. F'. Krlbb and Jnnaifmtlwamm.
JOT delivery by city, rural or other to the irrantlnn of lettersof Administration will be tnken aa confessed by said de .. ("(cecil ('..ur'. *evrn.h. ...dl..I.11'. ( CnniKlnlnanla. m Monert
dwell ?
-arYier of such offices are required u on SH4d estate, otherwisethe fendant. cnlt of Florida, !. and for OaerolaCount F. llruan. ....1!_ Ilr.... his wlrri C.
same will be granted to aald Alma It la further ordered that this. order ?. I" ('.......r,., llarlow \V. IIr... and '.1111.. Hmr PIraaa.
have postage puid on them at the Miss Jean Thomas left yesterday .... Morrison or' to .....".. other lit per. be ,published' once. a week for. four con- lead IK, aiSle ('omp..,.. a- Corporation his rati of two cents en ounce or fracli-jn!! aon or pTsona.WITEHH Kocutlve w.-i-ka In the Klsslmmee Valley M. Jarkimnt 111*,, Tampa A t'o.. a (rpnratln. .. Defendant
for her in Kissimmei
home ,
where she tiHine aa County Judge" ... ,
my Company
tht-ieof. Postal cards are required to Uaietie., a newapnper, published In KeyVe 1I.II.a a -
1 a prepaid two cents and therefore will spend the week.end.OrlandoSentinel. of the county aforesaid 1917,title the. 8th aalil County and State.Tills Corporation. | the. IVnnnylvanlnCompany "'rventh Jndlrlal f'lrrnlt, O.ceola c....
day Clr cher.. A. H. 3'd'd..y cif October. PIT.J. for InNurnnce on l.lfeannri
the one-cent postal cards must have T. ti. !II UH 1'1 U'. T.. OVKSTHKKT. Urnnttna; Annuities. at Corporatlont tj. la mnarrrr.It .

a one cent postage stamp affixed to County Judite.Seal Clerk Circuit Court.Circuit Illebartl Ft. Nkeldont leslie
j ( ) 43-6t ( Court Seal' .\\\llkle. ....dIa,. Alicellkle.. appearing by nffldavlt appended to
, them in addition to a one cent stairip kin .ilfel J. !M. Dresser and ftetatlaItrrnnfT the hill flled In the nhove-stftted, cause
.J impressed on such cardi. Post:H'' tj. War Declared MTATKMKNT" 0' THK O\\'NI.:1t1l1111'. Solicitor for Complainant. 42-4t hi* Mlfei Fain InVeiilnirntCompany hat Robert F. Hruna and Loulaenins

(private mailing cirds'Icaring: ) written -I I''1A.\II.%.... <'IIUTI.'IO\. Corporation. ) Itoliert J.KdwarilN < his wjfe, two of the defendant.

messages must have two cents on Rats by U. S. Gov'tThe I'T('.. '11JocH'IItI'U"t": lilt A('1'. >K %Ol'i'l'i KOIl 'IIO! Mur. llnar and Kranrlw executers' I', Chapln of the naMole tate Viirreln of named..Florida are an non-residents* are resident of the of

prepaid on them." A l'c il'M'r 34 1012. last Stilt nnd Tratnment of JacobKdwamlM ''Ity of Cincinnati State of Ohio each

Notice Is hereby given that hlda will n>r.*>.....d' ........r. J. Ed.wards over the ago of twenty-one year; It
government at Washington I I. Of Klsslmmen Valley OHKctte, published' be received by the Hoard of Cou..tyI.on..nll..rll llannnh. Mdwnrds nnd tirar I.. therefore ordered that said non-resl-
Beyond the Trenches preparing a campaign that ahould be weekly at Kl almmee. Florida rorO..tol..r of Osceola County, M. Edwards, rhlldrrn ..d aoleh d'nt defendant be and they are hereby -
1st I 91 7. "Florida up to and Including 10:00: a. m. h.- .. nt law of tap. ...l.l Jacob K.dwartla. required to appear to the bill of
:I wandered among the graves one effective In killing the rat that are aodestructive.both dllor. W. 11. Harris. Kluslmmee. Klft.Kusliieas ..n 'Monday. thtSth sin y of November deceased. Hill to |ulrtTltlr. complaint filed In said ,cause on or be..

, day to live and property.A . Manager 10. <1. VansAifiiew.Publlshera . A. 1'. 1917 at the office of the Clerk of fore Monday, the Sth day of November.A. .

In the Land where the Dead Men conservative .estimate places the loss bondholders.. Harris &morlla".ra.VanaAKn..w.Known and the Circuit Court of said County at It appearing from the return of I hoaherlff n. 1017 otherwise the allegations
of aald bill will be taken a*
for the construction
Kiaslmmee Florida
dwell; of foodstuff from rat at over two other. security holders hoMlijif I perCent of approximately two and one-half upon the subpoena issued In the aald defendant.

And 80rro.w'8eem hundreds of hundred million dollars annually and or more of total amount of bonds mile of brick paving eight feet wide, above. styled onus for the defendant It Is further ordered that this order
leagues In the present acarclty of fuod title. ".orl..aKe... or other securities: with concrete curb on Khlnifle' Creek Jacksonville Tampa & K..yV..t Itnll- b. published once a week for four conccutlve .
away I..N.. muHt b.. prevented. The moat Meritenthaler Linotype Co.. New road and approximately one mile on way Company a corporation under the .. week In the Klsslmmee ValIvy -
From the heart of that quiet dell; efficient way to "Kill the Hat" I I. hy York. 81. Cloud rnud.: 'I.wa.,. of the State of Florida that ...erv.e Uaaette, a. newspaper published In

-And I heard no moan 'and I heard no the use of Stearns! I'aste and thousands Anne Palmer. Fell. WarrcnUm. ft. Plan. and specifications may be examined of procea cannot be had against aid County and State.
sigh or dollar worth have been E. O. VANSAONKU". or obtained at the office of the the aald corporation This 18th day of Heptemher, 1 "17.J. .
houtrht by the Rovernment. Every Rworn to and subscribed before me Clerk of the Circuit Court of Oaerola reason of the failure of IJ OVKRSTREKT.
And no one rose with complaining housekeeper troubled with rats. mice, this 4th day of October. 1917. County Florida nt Klsslmmee.HlKht the said corporation to elect officer or Clerk. Circuit Court.
cry waterbuKM should buy a 1\[. \\'. itAflENT I I" reserved. to reject any. or all appoint agents and that such officershod V. J. STEED; .
kt But .. t'r.or of this reliable' exterminator .Heal) Notary Public proposal aKents It electedor appointed are Solicitor for Complainant. :
they slept on under a peaceful and atop further loss of food in My commission expire April t, 1920 J. U OVEnSTHERT. and have been for n period of six (6) (CircuitCourt. Seal) 40-4t
sky her"nom month next before the Issuing of said.
JSOTK K 4t-5t Clerk. Writ absent front the State, and that

such officers and agents* are unknown. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR
I--- NOTICKNotice It la thereupon ordered that the. said
: " " " " " " ' " " " " Notice I I.. hereby gIven that on Sunday defendant, Jacksonville Tampa ft KeyWeat .
the 8th day of October A. I>. -- I. Conr't of Conntr JnTe, State f:
ieil. at the hour of 10:00: o'clork a. m., la hereby gIven that the following JlaOway Company do appear to Florida.
and defend complainant' bill of
at the court house at Tltuavllle,' Brc- resolution was adopted by the complaint

11 11t ward county Florida the annual meetIng Hoard. JOHNS of Supervisors UKAINAQR DISTRICT the UPPERST. ala day of, herein December filed. A.on I or). 1917 before and the that Srd I. re Kstate ..( nelnsaOrakasa.. Oaeeela
of lands situated In
of the ownera
this order be publlahed each w..kror ...tT' .
Drainage IMatrlct meeting held by said Hoard on the
the Upper St. John .
.. of adjourning 7th day of September l 17t the apace of IWO (2) month priorto '
will be convened for the purpoa. -
"BK.IT RESOLVED.that-any' said day In the Kl *lmmee Valley Notice I* hereby given to alt whom
J meetingtoanit per- ,
and reconvening-the ,
License Notice : C<"". .tte.iI"J'v'' ,1 ,. ,- ,." 1J.Jf.Uor.l..rpd the
at'' "'. same hour and ( places >n ..on.. ,corporation .,.4co-pHrtnorshlp.-wor \: > It may concern that on 10th day of
1I\n"do/'fthadl\ ( days iOvtoberj81917j' others person ownlnioany land cwlthIn / and dnnciat fleLrtndFlorIdzt- ,, DeeemberAsD. 1917,- ahall' apply{ to
: Maid (''djourh..I'ln..t I nM') tot hiM held. t forth Unpt'rstt1Johna IIIJ l>ralna resl>l..trlot., l i": the 2(11h( da of September ths.Ilonorable'I',IM.Murphy.'Judge of

/ .... purpo* : i Ih... Doar... fBupervl8Oralwbo shall total taxi' levied IllY'this I hoard underthe.provisions 42-lIt JAH V. my. fInal dlachare a. Admlnltratrlz:

both be'land 'o"" ,,,,'ofltheSsaid "Ills-' of Cl.jtpteri64StJActa! of of the estate of Delma Graham decea-
trlct. to serve, one member for the unexplred 1913. shall havel thel privilege or payIng ed: and that at the same time' I- -_ _. term of J. N.'hltll..r., deceased such total assessment to the :'(t1'l'E TO < .lI-aUTo.lI" resent to said. Court my final account
I ::1 : which "unexplred term la being treasurer of this Drainage District at I. Court of Ike. County Jiidite' .Slate ofKlorMn. "a Administratrix of said estate, and
filled by R. o. Vhaa. 'and the'er his office In Melbourne\ Florida. at anytime ask for their approval. : -,
for the term of three years to on '01' before the 16th day. of October Dated June 1th, .\'. I). 1911.
: All occupational license taxes I succeed. Frank I.. mils now n member' A. I). 1917, I'dht amount to In- the .n re Kstate of Daniel Knsftvood-On JACKIE: : : ANN (RAH 41st.
I 6f said Hoard. whose term of office will fullamount, ; of sal tax less any ernie <'ouaty It-8mo.- Admlnl..tratrl.: !.
amount added thereto to meet the Interest -
expire on mild day. and to transactu
: are due and payable October 1st. -h other business HH ma)' properlycuim1 this Board.chance also heretofore levied by To nil and Creditors nil I I I Persona, 1-rf-Kntecs hnvlnir i Distributees.tMalm." ,* or 01(1)1':11 OF 1-rill.lCATIOV 4
t befnre nald meetingAt r---
I DemnndM nKnfnst I sal .
nnd \\1TN-KHS my hand na !Secretary of .... '
sieiilcctio n enc-h every I In Clreiilt ( r<. Seventh Judicial ( /r.
acre of lit,iml I In the I District nhnll. I I r.-pr.--. until: I Hoard a 11.1 the seal I of ..nld I District. I(fled aid cnch of you 1 are hereby a'"y'tio- cult of Fl.ride.. l In .... for Oareola

*: Owners of automobiles must ....111 one shore nndiirh. owner shall nt Melbourne 1917.KKNE8T Klorlda.. thin. 27th l.-ilniH.i n nnd lid reiiulred ilenmnda to which..present you, or.Ither 4'ounlr.In Cnnnrery.larlow . -
:: pay be entitled to one > otiIn person or by day of :September.: 1 H. I \'I' HY. ::\
proxy In wrltliiK I duly sluneil for everyiicro Senl) Htnt1' of Darilel i I-Tnstwood' Hecensed ...... A ('."1.. Company, n ("or'
of land .owned by 8all owner In Svcrotnry.42-21 ate of osreola I Coo ii t y. l-'ltjrlibi. to theinileiHlKncd porntlon. '.,.... Jnekann* hUe' '.'......

j: fractional license! for period from xiil'l District.The : i Irlna. I the blithestnuaiber I AilinltilHtrntor, ,of HII|hi| eHate A Key \% ....t llnllnar Compnnr. n
personx ; ..
t I within i I two years from the elateleleof. fnrfiornllon rt n'. 11111. ItuletTitle.
.. of voti-a at said eleptlon shall. iv T'inciiict %IT col ur OK TIM: I __ .

be. declared .I'N..I as anlTir JIDKIM. ciitci IT l JI"t..1 Ol-lober let, .\. I>. 1917. The complnlnnnt nbove named hav-

:1=: October 1st to December 31st. :!j.: .." ... this !Mil slav of (ctoh.-r. 1917.Hy OK IMl'! %'i'i: OK Kl.Olllllt, INAM A. N. llRfiirullT.' log filed In this court Its sworn bill
2t> AilmliilstmtorIII pin Int. It MV.--I thpt In itS beliefhere
f I order of the I llunrd of Hupervl- ) KOIt OHC'KOI, \ (01' :\'1'1', IVinv. .rp..m t firm and
!J are ,purtlesi persons
: .or.. I 11.\'(' : ( Ill-.ll volt I'l III.ICATIOVIn Corporations claiming to hold or have
Information will be filed KHS'KHT J It. 1 1'Ffl'iSeal ,
against :: -
lime' itlRhl title or Interest 'of. In and
: ( ) $t'eretary.. ... J. Tonlllnnon and Sfiplhronln, !). 'Tom circuit I'ctu'>(.1Ih I JudiciaL circuit.Owcerila tl 11140 lands hereinafter described,
Attest: II........ lliiMhnn andlfe.. Com. ('(111 0 I y. In ('li",ncery. "' "Ulh11 whose places. nf residence and
:t J' A. VANS! AOXKW.: lilalnanln. *.' \\ Illlnnl' jump. rt al, Colutilr.ntl,i ) Compiiny. n -corporation nhoLe. nnti4K nnd > office addresses ar4o

every automobile: owner or operator ; Attorney: fur tin- 'lI.s. rd. 4S-.1t IlefrnilantN.. Kwrerlosnre' 4if Alortoaice. , vs. I Ivii D. Allen nnd...J., I'.. uverMrect o cnmplnlnn' post unknown and havlnirHnved
ns Clerk Circuit i I .rt. rellnf against aurh unknown
A > OltDIVM It Hpiienrlnu, by nrtltlavlt ofV 11.
It nppenrlnit by affidavit appendedto ('I'll n'fllrl HI I. it I In the abovn ntnteil I MirtleH, persons urns and co'rporntlon
I and every person required t ti 'I..) I'IIU\ mii'rrn: TMK' J i-mcri_ the Kill filed In the ahnvestnXedciume .ausi.> t-hat .Ivi D. Alb n one of theCespondents nod demnnded,, the entry pursuant of nn orderif
that Jacob Epstein trndlnir' HH ( I publlcntlrm herein ( to the
Tll\ OK KOOI )'I\" I'U"I.U: KOIl, I t therein I nanied .1* a noneHUIent Statuto;
the Italtlmorc U.-irualn llotise. and tlurHaltlmort S of Florida a.n realdont.. of '
MVI.K l\ 'ilIlcir" OKlie It IH th..rpUpolord'r..d that all '
rinruiiln House, a CopnrtnelHhlp par-
1"anais: City. Mo :: that anld ItespondentH '
to pay occupation tax who has 1..1"1:1.: I I r"IIII'O".r l Jacob. 1 K:|"stc-1n. over the nK:"' of twentvononri'. : lid. persons' firms nnd corporation
InlmltiK: to havo or hold
Nuthnn KpHleln' ChnileM I. WelnberK.A. I luit there, IH no "ii'iii 'the state of any right
It nrdiilnt-d. I I tho ("II of lIar "':alx nnd Sidney, I.nuHliurKh, liii or interest tiv. throuah or under
by ) CifUnrll I ''hit Ida, the ",','vl"e of siilipoiMia.. upon.
: of the I Defetubints therein I, nit tiie.l the Jnclcsonvllln,'I/ KeyW;;*t
: tin- City of. KlHHlmmi' < : Homo whom would" lilnd said Respondent ; It
i not done so on October 31st Bi-ctlnn 1. That. 'nil ffc..h meat .<-xpooicl lire" non-residents of the Slate of KlorIdn. '- i h.. I therefore. ordered. that snia I non- hallway Compnny: a corporation erented -
for Biilv shall I I be 1 keit| I III ,'I\H"'" ofwlr .stud are reaUlent of the City ofItaltlmore I.i Hluent reNpondent.. tea I It. Allen, tie nnd exlntlnir under the law of 4,
<- nettliiM: with glass t'ois.i Suite of Mavyl.-nd/ : that .II 11,1. l he )herehv IH. required, to appear the State nf Florida: the I'ennsyvanla
1917. After that date the license SiTtlon 2. All bread., rolls, biscuits.pies I liutler Ilros a Forelitn (:orporn 110". Is 10 the 1.111 of complaint nied In Hal.I Company for Insurance! on Lives and
.i. rakea, candfi-s i confectionery n iion-reHlilunt of I he '$t ate of .Florida "line on or liefore. Mnndav I the 5th ..lnyor ("irantliMT; .Annuities as Trustee, a corporation
. the like fxv"nw\' *>,. cale& shall\ hli.I IceptIn nml has Its principal I place of huslm-HH November. < l 1) 1 11l7, otherwise, the exlstlnw under, the. laws. of
I showciises of gloss. except such of In the nty of New York, Ttate of New I'illcirntinns NnUT'liOl will l bo" taken t....- State 01 nnsylanlaRichard K.

;;; will be doubled in addition to fees : said. articles I which I a i'.- securely' wrapped York; that Caltnrauicu Cutlery ('..m- is confesHeil liy suld i respondent.It . Sheldon. Jacob TCdwnrda. a* Trustee;
1 ready for deliveryHirtlon puny. a Foreign Corporation, Is a nonresident I IH further' ordered hat this' order Leslie N. Wllkle. May Alice Wllkle. 'I
3. All fruits and' voKetablcs ofthe Slnte- of Florida and h. puhliahed' once a week. for four .....,- '! isis wife, J. M. Hresser and O..tttvia.J.r..II..r. .
exposed for sale which artcpnsumed; hns, Its principal. placp of busIness at tecutlveveel
of Sheriff Clerk and Prosecuting Icy dacette, a newspaper published In I Company a corporation; Robert J. Ed

.11 __---' _" -_ _ _.__. .a..." __ __ _. __ ,_ K[ iHHlmineo, ffsceola County, FlOrida narda. and Francis. L. Chapln 'a*
. lulled thla "Heptemher 21st 1017. sole survlvlnir executor of the
; ..OOO.OO..OOOt..... O . .O.O..O..ooooo. .. J. U OVKRHTKRKT. LastViil and Teatament of Jacob

r Attorney. If in doubt as to (leal) ('lork Circuit Court. Edwards' deceased: Robert J. Edwards -
your J \v n. rrtAWvonn..Solicitor Hannali' .I!, d war<1. and Grace )or. '

Fast Through Tourist Trains : for Complainant. 4l-4t Edwards, either a. heir at law. de.vlsies .
grantees, leojateea, widow,
j license consult Tax Collector or ; )\nT(' 111 creditor, llenor. beneficiaries. under

trust or otherwise and all parties _ _
The Hoard of County (Commissioners. nersonu.' firms and corporation claim.

:x : I To the East To the West In and for Osceola County. Florida, will inn, an Interest of any kind or ..har......
Prosecuting Attorney before date receive bid on the construction 01Iwhteen ter' of. In arid to the land and tenements
i .. hundred feet of brick road described In saId bill of com*
nine feet wide, with concrete curbing:. plaint to-wlt:
"COAST LINE FLORIDA MAIL" "SEMINOLE LIMITED" up to 10 a. m.. October 13th. 1917. East half and northeast quarter of
No will be
t exception ? The Board reserve the right to reject northwest quarter of section IwenlY.
"PALMETTO LIMITED" "THE SOUTHLAND" any or all bids.EILNEST I four (24) ; all of section thirty-*'* (**).
MACH. Chairman. townahlp thirty-three ID south, A(5

made 'and arrests will immediately . "HAVANA LIMITED" "DIXIE FLYER" Attest J. I..: OVI HFlTR,. ET. Clerk. 41OIIDISH -* range t : rta"t ) east.of northwest ftB

quarter, and northwest < uarttr.i .of .
OK I'fBI.ICATION southwest quarter of ectlon -
follow failure to this "ST. LOUIS-JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS"Steel -- four (34). township thlrly-flve <1S) ,
pay In Circuit/ Conrt. .Seventh. Judicial Clrrnlt outh, range thirty-four ((34) east.and '
All of aentlon thirty-four U 4)I

t.t of,..Flnrtdn.I. t....... .sod.. f.r Ovceola thl rty-.lx ($6). townshiP thlrty-ev ,
r, (34)
tax before October 31st. (17) south range th'r'f'1fourl- ;!
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Sleeping- CATS Between T&IIIpa.aad Waini.n PkiUdetpniand east situate lying and tn
; nart.vr Land A Cattle C._....,'. n C.... County or O.c.ola and State ot Florida.! .' "
...,....... .... ....._....11... Tampa do be amid appear to eomp1sinaflt' bill. .
New York Jacktonrille and I St Louis CtBcinnali Lni- .
Ckic-jo, ot K.T WentHallway ( ._....,.. a herein filed at the eCho. -of the Clerk. \'i" '
C.rp.mtl.n, e_ .1. Bill le tul4 0' said Court at KiaalmITtU. Florida.on I'., ,
till and Indianapoli! Titl.. the first Monday .n..J. r"daY o(

I W. B. CRAWFORD, Obfcrratioa C art-Dininf Can : Upon herein the filing-; ;of-. the bill of eonv said IUS month the .am.: each.nd that w'ik. thia for ord.F tw IV be. pub.Iisii.d 11). .'\ .rJ

: plaint duly sworn to a* provided once to tb. date :
r far Statute It I* ordered that the d.. eo.-ut'.w' .: .Vall.? '
Prosecuting Attorney. VIAI S fendanta, the Pannaylvanla. Company jT'-. :}r : H1" !?. .. .nd f1' .
for Inauranon
I I on Lave and Granting "f .waa.ral circulation In Oc.olCO".nTVNB3armTr
I Annuities a corporation, a. Truit... .
I C. L. Bandy I Richard K. Sheldon. ., N. Wllkl hand and the neat ..fsaId
: I Atlantic Coast Line I and Mar Alice Wllkle, hU wife. J. M.Dre Court at Kl.* minee. Florida thl*
r and Octavla Dresser hi I. wife; .1 Beptember.. A. D.f 1917.'
. Robert J. Edwards! and fyiualm I* the l1tla .
Tax Collector L. OVER8TRBBT. II|
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ek. .,( Standard Railroad of the. South Chapln. a* sole survIving exleutor* of Circuit Court Occeols C
I Clerk-
the La.t, Will and TeatamanT ef JaebKdward Florida.
I .. deea*.4ll Robert J. E* 1iL4fl,
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(Mrs. E. E. Wells, Editor.) '
:: The Fulechc Campfire Girls 'wel'o

', '" ., } entel.tainedJy Miss Muriel Prentis, That Can Duplicate This '
Request u. made to all patrons of the Valley Gazette to send items ,at her home on Brack '/street, Tuesday
afternoon, at the close of school. The
Society Events 5o the Editor for publication, in these colums. i.i..f meeting was in honor of Miss Muriel's .
'17th birthday, which made her eligiblefor
the third degree in the order. This
. I 0 I I 0 I 0.-0 I 0 I o--+++o+ CI 10 g"'OIOIOIOI. + f ceremony was observed and the first All Wonderful Offer !

'' +.:.+ OPGyr4. { ?4 'M 4 'G : i4JvC'rfi4'Da degree was given Misses Lois Over-' Wool .
fffv04O street and Mary Singletary.
vMERRY\ DANCING: ; PARTY, # EI'WORTH, LEAGUE '(SOCIAL '*" Closing the -afteinoon, ,the hostess With .
... served a dainty salad course, with

'; Off'-0 04a4G4C 't'' .:T?C'J40'4: GcY44 d Mo- ." 4 chocolate Surprised cake Honorary and lemonade.Member" Means :;p Guaranteed $25.00 Suitings

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I : J The "Sox Social" given by the Ep The members planned a surprise for AU \
The home ,of Mr. and .Mrs. S. II.Hullock worth League/ Friday i.ight'at the'M\ ', Christie Summers Saturday on the ; Made To Your :
was the scene of a merry surprise E, Church bungalow, nested,$34.<>0 for occasion of his twelfth birthday. They Wool t tQ
birthday party Saturday evening ,the piano fund. met at tbc} ,home of Mary Singletary, (4j1 rt V
i in' honor of Miss Mattie Stanford The evening was one of unusual then went In a body to the Summer's ExactMeasurements
i and Dick Bullock, interest and the program, presentedwas home, for an afternoon of fun with ,
When the guests had assembledthey faultless; in the arrangement and their guardian, Mrs. C. II. Summers, '
motored out to tho, country club and Christie, who is
execution: though many of the entertainers an honorary : ,
for an informal dance. Refreshmentsof were small member) of the organization.Refreshments I J
ice cream and birthday cakes were The program very: of pOnch, wafers For Only ,
served 1 at,the,close of the evening.' Flag. I>nll--Geneva Robernon, Virginia and homemade candies were served, ;

Enjoying this phaRant event were ,Uau'JH, Josephine Griffin, .Evelyn ; , Attending these events were; Mrs. 'LFEI ) .
:Misses!\ Margaret/ and Mattie Stanford, 1'aulk Ruth Talker, Eugenia! Oli Rummers, Misses\ Lois Orerstreet, : ? I
Norma Griffin, Elizabeth; Lodbelteri: \ ver'itorolhy MrCrnme Jewel Mml'r'i f Gladys Giiffln, Lilian'Harris! ; Mary'Singlelorv
f! Katherine Cart1, CJaittliel, Mrflhec: Mary: Steffee, Florida \WiU, John T. Muriel Prent! and 'Dorothy )
Y Carol Fiipp, 'Maria Imldlo| lon, I Lesley. ,Joseph Tucker Alpheui Gilbert Wells, and Christie Summers, .
Messrs.: Dick and Ned Roy I Henry Brat'on' Maynnrd raulk.'
Carr, Frank and Edgar Bryan, Hert"Wells ,Ralph] Wit Call! LedbetU-r, Alvin ', KfSSIMMEE WOMAN'S CLUB
William/ Arnold. Raymond! ] Mot'ianie, sort \ I
Harry Lee Swan Norman
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Sears; I'.nsil Hamilton I I
Hc-aidcn, Joseph: -
Graham.Heading: .
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bullock, Any memv ...
i I "Sweet and Low," by held''
Jr. Chaperoning the young people \ ber of. your
Miss Jane, May: The Kissimmee Women's- Club
..,,_ .S .ll .1SuDoek) Sr .Mr. l M. ,
11' ..xli.}f.T'al'r= anJ1.11.r ., li. Clay. ':{"SlouI5IUTI1OAY -J r'j :'.:Jr.wdcsa't.z" ...nt'-la a.p'j "" ".'\\jrt i lij ""A'-mt nlnflliflhnrilJl: ; ln1" W .. family.canmeasurements .._.._, "''"._ _,_
(our Vurd, :M.iSEthel; Kolieison, f >" V q '. -,- -:'...' )i 'Ci1''f: ''oflV
ford the (Bart Memorial( Building Tuesday i a\ ,. / t'.0 .
with chorus ; ). '
.. sung! by Gerhldine.lesloyand i I pro
| afteinoon. The president Mrs. James i / :' by '
f Eleanorerstrect;] ( in quaint costumes I r : ..
<< ..:..:-:-:-:..:-.:.-:..:..:.-:.<-:..:.<..:--:..:..:..:. I of checked gingham. j irons", M. WilNon, Jr, presided with 1111's.I I' : W following our simple instructions )
1 .'i[I with old-fashioned"' sunbonnetM. ' Sanford May, acting secretary. -i ii and we guarantee .
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-:'V PARTY FOIL UT- : i Song, "The Mission of a Row( ," :Miss II' i' fit
I i A,, volume of business that had nc to you exactly.
j < TLE TOTS Ella :Mac! Gilbert. I
,Jr -00' Song, "The 'Sunshine of Your': cumulated during' the summer months

-c--Crrff a'-0, do' 'rbdv: <-:.fir:-;}: 4r) I' Smile," Mrs. Stanley Bullock, Jr. I was read and disposed of and the attention | ,
Reading, "William] the Goat," :Miss of the meeting, was turned to
Little Jane hostess Jeanette I'revatt. I! matters of local interest I
was a charming '
I Wednesday afternoon at the home of Song, 'The Goblin Man;" Louise 1 MISH Albina Smith, county agent ,. Send for Our Catalog of Strictly All-\yool

her parents, Mr, and Mrs. M. S :May, May, Arjnie] Story Carroll Makinson\ for the home extension work, asked FREE FREE .
'when'she entertained:l with a pretty Margaret Waring, Clara Sue I.edbet- I the assistance of ,the Club members in ,Suitings, Self-Measurement Blanks, '
party The small guests played games ter. I obtaining prizes to he awarded at
en' the lawn and the afterncon8d RdinJrIary's! Wicked Ram," the short course to be held for the Fashion Book, Etc.'f
'V conrlude'j with a deiuious; ice! course Miss Muriel Prentis. canning clubs of the county and that
!served in ire dining room where' Ajainty Yankee Doodle March by 13, girls they 'provide >ntertainmcnt for the examine the all-wool
,. pimc color scheme in cut i:ow- dressed in red, 'white end blue cos girls and boys who will be the guestsof AFTER you once genuine suitings iri our catalogue, you will

ers was,, used.: A gay birthday cake: tumes. Leader, Patsie Makinson, Kissimmee during the two days' surely agree with us that no mail order house- can duplicate quality of equal value "
J was conspicuous with its lighted can.wiles. with Edna and Alma Kritz, Virginia coursf. The club favored assisting in
Mrs. May, assisted by Mra. 1S. Lesley, Evelyn Elam, Clara Tucker I t this important work and a committee for a cent less than :$;25. If you are a judge of fabrics you will appreciate that well I'.. .

,Gilbert, served ice cream and small Mary Ethel Gilbert, Jeanette Griffin, I will be appointed by the president at a made custom tailored suits of these materials
cakes.: Julia Ledbctter, Louise Young Atha- later date. are simply wonderful 1 values at $15. \

As the party celebrated Jane'* lia Griffin; Cordelia Ledbetter and Mrs. W. L. Dunne, secretary of' the ;:..--....- Above all, things remember that when
'ninth birthday, the guests presented Irene Ingram.At Red Cross Chapter, addressed' the i;:::; I you .
w ;her with a number of pretty gifts. the conclusion of the entertainment meeting, asking that a Red Cross Circle p I ? S wear our clothes you can feel certain Jhat you are If' ,

;r At the party were: Madge and the guests were invited nut o n be organized from the members -1I wearing (he smartest advance styles that you are
Eunice Rivers, Helen and May Winn, triP lawn where Misses Alpha West ;, of the club to assist in making the thoroughly well dressed, that cloth s' '
Eleanor Burrows Louise and Chris fall, )Dorothy Wells and Suruh Clark surgical dressings and hospital supplies J L'i your are "
served ,lemonade. which made with all the requirement of taste and good 4 4I J
tine May, Carroll Makinson, Elizabeth I are so needed at the front
today. Mi's. Dunne in I tailoring that they breathe the
Parker, Mary Sandeison, FrederickGilbert grew eloquent atmosphere of l
t Peggy and Clyde Huddlcston I:r'......':'......................;......;_...;..;....;... ;_..;_... .;..;"..;..;"..;':, her anneal and fluid: "Our own boys ] I quality/ and class,
Julia and Clara Sue LedbettorAthalea are not at the front. They are safe W
Griffin, Margaret Waring, BUILDING: ; CIRCLE MEETS and satisfied at Macon, but some 1 -f
Dorothy Bullock, Bob Gilbert and Sanford American boy is there, and when our I Send for FREE CATALOG today
:u . May, Jr. :.+-:--:--:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:...:-: :..:-:..:.-:-:-:....:--) troops are sent to the trenches they
I will need these supplies." Mrs. Dunn* J

-0 ffC4f44uW-=+: '-.x----I.-: : ) The Building Circle of the Baptist urged every woman who could sew to Dollar Limit Store l
Church held a very pleasant meet spend some time in the sewing room 1
+ ing i where Mrs. N. C. Bryan is director .. ? ,
i J PKENTIS-TIIOMI'SOX; 0 Monday afternoon at the home of \ '
Mrs. L. II. Farmer, on Mahbette The meeting approved of crystahz I G. W. PERSONS

'O0 d b0+r4fd +}d84G }+YC 4'''fw:-v{'fi:i street, with Mrs, Farmer and Mrs. J. ing the efforts of the club members II
Two of Kissimmee's popular' young 1). Jeffords* hostesses. not already actively working with the I 'v :,,.:/,..;". D.** far ..
people Miss Kathryn Moody Thompleftlimmediatelyjinltheirjjarlforj ,,! The guests came.well -supplied.with;, Red Cross into a Club Red Cross Cir- j
1Ion! ,and 'JamelJ'Cecil;,' ;, '1'rentiwere J fans workjand'plied'' heir fingers as leandy,lltr' Willso (vil appoint, aTulCrcad 4 i'l'" ' "
married tat tho1tBapt Sunday afternoon ahout'' 0 clocktand l { Delicious e eshmen am hey u or worke n h opurntent , KISSI'MMfE, FIA?i''Yj; :r1Se' .-
/ j. '
'a|wiche |wafers and Ltea were served L: +tv"; . .\\,0)\ e eplague '
week Daytona Beach.1 V"W PW and raiEenerouslfofferfwa's< takenljfOr 11r in Jo nson trea ore o t _ .
The wedding was a, quiet affair with tilt church fund.Enjoying a'sUmmary'of the financial "
4 only the two families, relatives of the the afternoon were; )1rs1 ( activities for the mist year _ahn\4inir- ..... a- .
E. S. Hall, Mrs. W. W. Hell balance of $10.78'no\ in the I
young people, present when Rev. Mrs. T. I treasury of 1 '
O'j niosquh M ihpt J is such an1 ate favorite shades. Chiffon velvet is :NOTICE
J. Woodall I
II. Falls the pastor of the bride- .,, Mrs. Ii. M. Breaker, Mrs. I I '
pronounced the solemn service. I T. M. Rivers, Mrs. J. W. Chapman, 1 The name of :Mrs: Witchondahl {j annoyance to new '"1'U and home a new material in use.Such ,
The bride iy a handsome brunette, Mrs II. K. May Mrs N 11. Catson. was presented, for memhci :ship in the''': people just at this ""I ne, was fully discused a. variety of trimmings arc Rev L, II. Kirkliy will conduct services

and was unusually attractive in a becoming ) I Mrs M. H. Carson, Mis. N. C'. lirvnn. club., which was received with unanimous appointed, and. chairman:Mm. ( ;'lay of Johnson a committee was hown. Feather bands in handsome at the Episcopal (Church; Sunday

coat quit of dark blue poplin, Mrs Tammell, Mrs M. Cosner, Mis appiovnl. I at the regular houis. This IK the first! .
worn with a small black velvet hat. R. S. 1'leyd, Mrs Eli/abeh: Wannp, :.Mrs, E.: E. Wells was appointed :, to urge the city c.',>um-il tp pour more i n'idesccnt colors wiiifjrs! omamentsand ;
1 oil on the trouhl d! waters and take Service miles the return of the rector
ihuirman of1 few flowers. Soutache braid I
She Is the daughter! of Mr. and :Mrs. Iyitle Collier, Susie Mjduirc / membership' : ('()lnmittl' a
J. W. Thompson} and has grown to and Lucj liuckles. .'', with power' to mime her enoikeis such other steps us will. rid Kissim- trimnwtI' one beautiful model and from his vacation and a full attendance .
\\ ( and MH'O ol this nuisan The club adjoin -
charm womanhood of her in personality this cityslicie has won hera th .:..:..:..:..).:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..........:..:..:.....0;..;..:..:. energetic en lampaign! instiurted for new to. nWIn\\nge liN' ned to meet o-i- month hence. iheirtllo. i iK one of the newest trim- I is dvsiicd. ,' ,
wjde circle of friends, .1 I The annual] .1"I'tilln of oft icO is was mint's. flumes, too, ate coming info ;NOTICE '
Mr. I'rcntis is the son of Mrs J. W. -:. FOR 'MISS JO :MAM.NSOX:' .:. then held.< ;Mrs. James :M. Willson, UTOPIANS TO GIVE PROGRAM. I vogue again. V .

Prentis and is well known as a young .;. .Jr., was ie-elcfted, : to the piesulency, MONDAY-31 MEMBERS JOIN I I', The usual nobby'tailored. felt and The :\lothel's-' 'Nlchel'lI Club will
man of sterling worth. He is in the >< 1.Its. <-:-:.<..)-:..> . with ;Mis. W. It. :Makinson1; Jirst vice; i i prel :MIH. II. I hat I1l'e the
employ of the government Clay :Stanford second vice : on tarn order andi
carrier, where his careful attention as mail :Mrs. S, J JI.! Aultman, third vice :Miss; The following program will be ren-1 i are made in black and also 'in the at the home of Mrs S. L. Lupfer,
to :\ Henry: Harper entertained, <1 the Anne ; tiered by the Utopian Literary! Society .combinations.
business and unfailing courtesy have Bryan Carson, secretary" ; Mrs. ( Friday afternoon, at 3:30: o'clock.
, made him well liked by all. 1 young pleasant set informal Saturday night with a Sanford May, assistant secretary; of the Osceola county high school 1 at I I -O-7 ..;. -- '' -C"-.' _' -- -=- -0' ., __ =

f home Mr. to and their Mrs.friends Prentis at their will be at her, home on Clyde dancing avenue, in party honor at i'I' D.Mrs.Alexander M. Ktaz,, treasurer corresponding" and Mrs. M. the school auditoriun Monday afternoOn )! -:-:..:-.:+:- x-o-'O<..x-:...:.+-:--:-:-:.......,.....(....-:.. ........:. :..) .
pretty of the secre- October 15th
sixteenth birthday : i
of her sister tllr '.
cottage on Vine street after ,
) 5th. October Miss Jo Makmson. I :Mrs. Willson and Mrs W. L. Dunne Piano Solo, Verne Wilson. | .
Lunch was served throughout the were- chosen as delegates with Mrs. Reading, Miss GiuHie Winn. j Ii -Buy According V
Don't'sell any heifers to the pack evening punch 1 at, with the sandwiches, cakes and :M. D. Alexander ,and Mrs. :M. Katz, Reading," "A Di.uyIiu'; Alva i
Keep for breeding stock the Florida State Fed- V .
if ,they are at all suitable. Beef About twenty guests were present. eration of, Women's Clubs, which will Vocal Solo, :Miss CIlI.rabellcGhee.: :' t .
To Your I' :
oJnlil to be very. scarce u year from Buy meet in Tampa some time in Novem- Story, Miss Adah Louise Simpson.
t now. the war.a Liberty Bond and help win j ber. Current Events, J. It. Keeling. I f .
I Under the head of new business, the Thirty-one'new.' members have been ]

-- - - added to the roll of this society for j i I you can afford to wear high-priced shoes, by all f
school 1917-1918.
the The names
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of these-are- Misses Elizabeth Led ; them
: I means wear but'1 --- -
better Mildred VanDuzer, Minkie \
Gardner, Lilian Harris, Adah Louise .
Simpson, Alva Fortner, Ola Story, .
If Do not buy Shoes or {
Dorothy Dening, Gladys Howell, Dot anything t
Makinson, Jean Caraway, Irene Milton J
Fern Fansler Leah Herzberg. I else extr vangantly. !

r If!f You Eleanor Dunne, I la Fansler, Frances 3

J ... Demand Protection caster Kritz,,Thelma Carleon Woodall Bryan,,Grace Cornelia Eleanor Lan- i We have many styles of Shoes in this store ranging .in ':,.:'.

Graves J. R. Keeling, Clarabel !Mc price.from: $2.50 tto $8.00.
Ghee, Harriet Seymore, Jeanette Pre-
; vatt and Messrs. Verne Wilson, Uiel I c
; Woodall, Frank Woodall, Donald Mc Plenty of moderately priced good
Kay and Harry Arnold. I
w Shoes at $4.50, $5.00 and $6.00.

l character and a uniform efficiency in banking
j'' matters will your DANDY'S LAST FRIDAY Plenty at *7.00 and :8.00.; .. For those who can afford
you enjoy
transacting them through an account with .
4r 1 this Institution Last Friday was millinery openingat them, we have Shoes at $10.00.Buy'according .
and we i invite your business on this basis Miss Bandy's and was attended by i
ladies of this vicinity and by parties

r g t We will be glad to have you confer with us about it. from out of town. |I to your purseDon't --'- ,';
This popular hat shop waa elabor-
1 ately decorated with flowers, potted tinge, and waste -

,- .. plants and ferns which were arrangedas ,

t) s .. .- a pyramid.Mrs.. J. L.. Overstreet assisted in I We have a large stock, of the l latest styles in the cele- y"j:

.. showing the new shapes to the fair I'' :'tbrated
visitors. Queen Quality Shoes for women.,, ;

Some. innovation were noted ,
1lI.C.rllcuc CITIZENS among: the pattern hats. There 'were '
,...... ,, the large dress hats in black and
ors, and modified toques with eol.j II H. C. STANFORD CO.

" OF KISSIMMEE touches. White hats were' in :
t with black and white
U I purple,and gold, black and ora eland "OU R.Ii.61. 5Ao. D...... .f D.c..,. Cowif*"
t black and Copenhagen. Purple is t
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w this and and "
"f IindL / I good year green taupe e f + o 6oc | '

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