Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
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 19, 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: VID00825
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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t .DEDICATION OF NEW CHURCH { Your I. Daily Waste /, $140. EQUIPMENT CO.. B.


tr SAVE THE;; WHEA T.-One wheatless meal a ''
day. Use corn oatmeal rye or barley bread and

..; TO WITNESS THE TAMPA HIGH PUTS non-wheat. breakfast foods., Order bread twenty- LIBERTY LOAN FIRES PART IN EQUIPPING SOLDIERS c't
adva-nce'so baker will bake
beyond his needs. Cut the loaf on the table and


OF PROMINENT DECEASED toast, etc.' Eat less cake and pastry. BOX FOR THE BOYS OF
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i Our wheat.harvest is far' below normal. If ,
MEMBERS. Contesting with a fierce fighting; Telegram 'COMPANY B.:
I''{ each 'weekly saves one pound of wheat
person .
spirit, Osceola High went down before bushels -J ". ,Washington, D. C., ., ;' ..
of "
-- flour that means' 150000.000, more October 12, 1917. '

The dedication- of the Baptist the Terrier machine yesterday afternoon wheat for the Allies. to mix in their bread.. This :Mrs. W. S. ,Jennings Jacksonville, The editor of the Gazette is in receipt r
Plant Field defeated but not
on Flo.
will help them! to save DEMOCRACY.; thai r
of ulf : of the following letter from
church Sunday, morning was pe I vanquished. It was ah ideal' battle.. Woman's Liberty Loan. Committedarranging' '
of Kissim- I SAVE, : Beef, mutton or. pork c:: athletic director at Camp. Wheeler,
iar Interest' to. the'peopla: .Uvith both) teams up the. play /: lighting of liberty tires on '
mee as .well as to the organization opening not mote than one- daily. Use freely vegetablesand night of Tuesday, October 13.! ns nearto Macon, Ga., and at his sUJrR'estlon'wil.
f which hnd just completed the handsome I I'' liberally and:shooting forward passes /nth. A t the meal serve' smaller portions and '!t 7 o'clock ns possible: through out nation .be pleased to receive and forward

edifice, for the history of the frequently. Despite the free use of stews instead of steaks. Make made-over'dishes of ,as. publicity reminded closing of donation for 'the specified.
church from its early days is closely aerial methods, the contributed nothing lonn'6n twenty-seventh. you get purpose
Do this and ther will be enough {for at
Interwoven with the history of the in the long trip'ot the pigdermis meat -everyone all possible publicity for plan Jf pos- We are all proud of our boys in

1- town and the men who brought aboutbuilderaoFtfie over the goal The final 1' was (61 a reasonable price. : , ,; ihlsrhawt\ scauersuvr 3,Grmw. +t stars' jpioiiWiMyKiJtf1MTsipates !! hsaG aaBtte ,rtOl4iss,.!,,!?' r
,. 't ..ldy.d JUIWf.Q..J.' \ .. .i.1>.i Q..u..IoiWi i. ''htol.riTn| lei-' -"!' We')' 're"'triel8y"flil11h( If"ijf r b WPi fittlf."'t'e"ifttfe"'l1 )e as';'Tu l = light principal ire( ; make them mu- a hearty response to. this appeal
, . very I'IfYITiI..lf. -1 17he game was bitterVy .contested.., result of the high price. Therefore, eat leu-1nd eat no young meat. If nicipnl cel..bratfons.frs.! McAdoo I .
: Other religious denominations had with the exception. the first period, ; additional will light Washington fire Will yousend
a' set aside their morning service and when the Terriers literally swept the' we save an ounce of meat each day per person we will have '. stick of historic or symbolic connection I War Department. Headquarters 31st '

: were picfcent to swell\ the tYowtt'whighr J Cowboys of!-their feet with a series qf supply equal to ;2.200.000 cats',:. jf possible from your: state to )Division, Camp Wheeler, MaconGa.
} filled the !spacious auditorium, extended no signal plays, with Hunter, Ayala SAVE THE 1\1ILK.-The children must have milk. Use every bet set on fire. Boy scouts and girl I ., Oct. 17, 1917. '
into the wings and overflowed and f-vens\ carrying the ''ball.l drop. Use buttermilk and sour milk- for tcookirig' and making cottage scouts have offered their organizations Office of Camp Athletic Director.
... into the lialcony.' l I' second quarter saw the Cowboys cheese. Use less to Woman's Liberty Loan for I Editor Valley Gazette, Kissimmee. ,
It was an inspiring service. The star in the ascendancy and had cream. entire campaign. Use them wherever Fla.
pleasant) October .breeze came in not they 'been unfortunate in a coupleof SAVE THE FATS.-We are the world's greatest fat wasters. Fatis you see (lit in your state. Suggest Dear Sir: An effort Is being made )
L through the open window's and stirred passes, and had not Pcndas' "spectacular food. Butler is essential for the growth and health of children. Use that you utilize them prominently in I by tho commission on training camp

\ the long fronds of the ferns which recovery of Bie's bad pass and' : butter on (he, table as usual but not in cooking. Oilier tats are as helping promote liberty fires in smaller activities, of which I am the athleti' *
decorated the room. The warm sunshine 'twenty-yaid gain materialized, Hills- communities. ,'representative ''at Camp Wheeler, to
filtered through the exquisite I borough might have had to content itself good.: Reduce use of fried foods. Save daily one-third ounce animal MARY SYNON, I i raise funds by popular subscription to ,
stained glass! and lit up the with a tie. Rcgero/ cut down on fats. Soap contains fats. Do not waste it Make your own washing Executive Secretary Woman Liberty supply the soldiers of the various \
'smiling faces, ''reflecting the grateful his every effort to skirt the ends, turned soap at home out of the saved fats Loan Committee. I training camps with athlcUc equip.nient. -

I hearts of the con ) as the I .his efforts inside of tackle and was Use one-third ounce less per day of animal fat and 375,000 tons State Chairman !Makes\ RequestIt '
building, erected trough the supreme exceptionally successful. Is greatly desired that every municipality As you probably know, athletics and : ,
sacrifice and elf denial of a d voted people, was dedicated to its holy distinctive barrier at the line and time SAVE THE SUG.<\ .-Sugir is scarcer. We use today three times Loan bon-flre, and the request of the I part in camp life.. The sched
purpose. I after time he plowed through to the as much per person as our Allies. ;So there may b? enough for all at' Woman's Committee at Washingtonbe ule now permits the soldier to devote

I As a fitting opening to this happy |I secondary line, of the Terrier defense, ""reasonable price me less candy and sweet drinks. Do not stint sugar in carried out in every town, and as ," Wednesday and Saturday afternoons ,
|v occasion, the large chorus choir, with which was slow in filling\ In the gaps fruit promptly as possible using the Wand most''"of Sunday to recreation. To
|\ 'orchestra accompaniment, sang the opened in the locals' lipe by the Cow.. putting up and jams. They'will save butter. organizations designated by them. .I keep the men off the streets of near o. s
Ij 1 "Victory Sonrff," boys. If. everyone in America saves one ou.noe'of sugar daily, it means you have not a chairman already by towns it. will be necessary to provide
It. The dedication sermon, a forceful The last half was pretty muchllillsborou 1100.000 tons for the year. pointed in your town, it is to be hoped means of amusement and recreation M'
and practical appeal to the church, h, but five times the Cow. SAVE THE FUEL- Coal comes from a distance and our railroadsare that some. woman's organization will for them within the camp lim
the duties and boys denied when backed under the take the above and its. .
t. emphasizing opportunities up up suggestions,
t which lie before it, was delivered shadow of their goal posts and the overburdened hauling war material l. Help relieve them by burning see that they are carried out. My plan is to appeal to the leading
t by the pastor, Rev. O. B. Falls. Rev. Terriers were unable to punch hard fewer tires Use wood when you can get it. There will be secured from Royal 'newspapers of the larger cities of
J. J. Farmer, pastor of the Baptist enough. to puncture their defense. USE THE PERISHABLE FOODS.-Fruits and vegetables we Palm State Park, a stick of lysiloma each state, from which troops have 4
Bethel Mission, Rev. W. B. Wither- Quartet .of Wingmen Upset Wide have in abundance. As a nation we eat too little green stuffs. Double wood, which grows only in Dade been sent to Camp Wheeler to raise
spoon. Rev. C. II. Summers, other pas Sweeps county Florida, U. S. A. This Is an the necessary funds to buy equipment
J of the city, and H. L. Cha- If Regero was covered, and he certainly their use and improve your health. Store potatoes and other roots exceptionally rare tropica) tree out of and athletic material for the companies
pins of New London, visiting was, it must be conceded that properly and they will keep. Begin now to can or dry all surplus\ gar- which the gavels of the federation sent here from their neighborhood. "
I here, all took some. part in the serv the Osceola pair of wingmen, Over den product were made. As the park is the only The commission on training came]

ice.One street and Bryan, handled Ayala and USE LOCAL SUPPLIES.-Patronize, your local producer. Dis- state park in the United States owned activities has put together a box of
touching feature was the unveiling Hunter admirably. After the' first' by women the property being the pos athletic material, selected so as to- '
of memorial windows when three or four sweping plays it was lance means money. Buy perishable food from the neighborhood session of the Florida Federation oC meet the demands'of one company of }

Master Roy Bell, grandson of Rev. a rare occurrence for the Terrier pea rest you and thus save transportation. j ., ., Women's Clubs, it is thought specifically I soldiers This company box contains
And Mrs T. J. Bell, the first pastor!, backfield to surge around either end in \v\ fitting that a piece of this tim I the articles listed on enclosed ab*et.
r and his wife; Joe Sears, grandson of j triumph, and it was principally over GENERAL RULES ber be sent, to be added to the fire The cost of this box, direct from the
j' Dr. W J. Sears, the first deacon of tackle and inside that formidable institution . which Mrs. McAdoo is to light i in I manufacturers at a price under wholesale .r ; a
the church; Henry, Edwards, nephew of the line that HiI1sb7l'OuR'h'foupht Buy less, serve smaller portions. Washington. Mrs. Jennings Is also ', is about $140. This low price Is '
or' Dozier Leitner, its to within .striking dis Preach the Gospel of the Clean Plate. I' .
i many'years treasurer way trying to secure a'piece of wood from obtained' by special arrangement between t
t ; and little Miss Wilhelmina Car. tance of the Cowboy goal with a i, Don't eat'a fourth'meal'td a fliUEai the ,.tree which stands In the Tampa the commission and ,the man>i.-..'
son, a near relativeor.Mr"andl\Irs1, t sprinkling' of,the:previously mentioned ;; Don t Ii t the plain food o growing Baylllotel 'groundsunden which it.i is facturers., .'. ." \ 'V;1((} """-
J. S.OIIverfaithfulearly'workers; forward I Paaseetiwai VtiJuj: ;,I" ,. "
I ; children said a'treat) 'wps'elgned! r the Indians 1..T2. facilifRt.myplan'Ihave: ,, ( appor"tlOned ,
removed i
the<,1 tablets and displayed fiigulbreath fought hard and his1work\ the
I into
.'.' these beautiful tributes *stood out.for: the.Terriers*while.W* C.:, ;" Watch outmunity. tor the wastes in the com M 1 1|has been suggested Wt at 1stnCt eYournewspapern.h lItate1.orlFJorlda, 1.AatbeenC'12 !i;
Speaks. )\ in the i have the ligh called to
It Kissimmee forward Brun mayor of your town t on raise funds from the Kint
Congressman was particularly W. J. Sears fitting, just that I son's passing was much defense.superior to- Full garbage pails in America mean your municipal fire Mrs. Jennings I is simmee district, which Includes KIs-

turned from Washington; should re be that of the, who let the Kissimmee ... empty dinner pails in America and taking the matter of the main fire up simmee a'l.d vicinity; 'the home of
called upon for an address on this pivot man worry him.. Europe . .' with Governor Catts'and is asking Dr. I Company H, 124th Infantry, formerly
occasion -
Conradi to for the lighting of Company B, 2nd FI rida, As there U
The > arrange
j and a moist lineups; I
many r
eye If the more fortunate of our people will avoid his fire one of soldiers in
.. noted in the congregation; BR he referred Osceola-Overstreet re, F. Bryan p rI en the campus of the "Wom company Camp
j to the early days in Ktasimmce I le, C. Brunson rt, W. C. Bass, It, B. waste and eat no more than they need, the high an's/ College at Tallahassee. I I Wheeler from the Kissimmee 'district, t
1 l when the\ staunch.old Dr. Scars moved I Bass rg, E. Bryan Ig, I. )lirunson! c, j cost of living problem of the less fortunate will be Upon non-conscrvablo material so I it would be necessary to raise $140 to
. ", his family here from their Geoigia! I I I Regero qb, Singlctary Ib, Arnold rh, solved. HERBERT HOOVER. that there will be no fuel waste. I Provide; one box of athletic material. .' i %
> home and took up his residence. in the and ]Bullock fb. Substitution Simmons Just as soon as I receive word from .
I i + 'vP United
r ,'t'r States Food Administrator
building where the Griffin store now for F. Bryan. I > you that you will be able to raise

stands. Jlillshorough-l'.ndas re, Munden PATRIOTIC CAMPAIGN money enough to supply a company
i "There was no such thing as law le, McMastr rt, Culbreath It, (rum r ... box for the company in your district,
or order, and one of the commonest Ig, White rg, Bie c, Hunter qb) Owensrh I shall at once notify the commissionon
3 sight was to see numbers' of intoxicated Ayala )Jh. Streety fb. Substitution' Citrus LAUNCHED TO AROUSE training camp activities and the ,
4 Indians lying about what were Knight. for !\runden.-Tampa Tri Exchange Preparing j l lax will he sent to Camp Wheeler
It J i.then called streets. he said. He told bune. with all the haste that is. possible. };
how /11'J Sears determined that a bet- No Baron, But Creditable Work PUBLIC 'INTEREST The commission will send you the bill)
1er influence should, be excited and, While the 'bo's failed "to bring For Big Packing Season r' for the box and you can send them the .

securing the use of a blac!;. 'pith home the bacon'* Saturday it is evident I check direct at your convenience.
.' shop he started the first Sunday from the strong hold they kepton I" -- At the invitation Senator C. A. operation It would l be of'good plan to get the + ')
school in Kissimmee. the score that Kissimmoo may Activities in the citrus\ fruit circles paid for Florida fruit. Several causes Carsonchairmun\ of the Osceola the small town news
This grew and prospered: until they well he proud of them, and had they' will soon commeni'e, and it is I are given for this. prediction. First County Fond Conservation Commit- papers 1 in carrying on this work' k
trust that will
aspired to a building of their own and been able tb foriri-t at the f VmVtho everybody is working in the North tee, number you 'take a keen in-
-- -- a of leading
:a rough board shed team.; likely that the packing houses will bo of tidiest in this matter. I am certain {
i was the
on the was state and better than before.
i I wages are ever Kissimmee met at Mr. Carson's
spot where the old church championship in active operations by the first of : office that the public will respond liberally '
high and had
now stands. .f fought II I Then California's crop is short aboutI in the'State Bank
"And with | November. evening. when you have made them realize the ,
though the boards the same confid..nce'that i '
y were rough characterized I I 25,000 cars! out of a possible !0,000 The object of the
Much of the fruit in Osccola ,, meeting as out Importance of athletics 0
and the floor was of sawdust it wag the subsequent quarter,, ,' the i I county or in other words approximately half! lined by lies Carson was to coordinate as a part of
to my father a temple," he said., lone touchdown edited is go"bd this year though some of it' camp life.I
lie Tampa a crop may be expected from that the/ work of before
I getting
of the might have shows a melanose condition, which I the hope to hear from you and
spoke continued growth of the never been made. / state. This was due to the extreme the express
public of
necessity food
t has the of the work of I II conserva the wish that I
This the receive '
organization till It had reached the game presented the first seri appearance warm weather last summer which tion, and also of may a copy of
t culmination of the most cherishedwish : ous opposition our boys have. met and I rust mite, but in reality is caused by I| cooked the young fruit. There i iot little assist/ the government urging by the people t l your paper regularly so that I may .
11 ns'with the completion of the they were somewhat uncertain of i I dead wood in the trees resulting from j I doubt that the price will\) hover around their savings in Liberty Bonds.investing Look- follow the progress of the work.
beautiful, well equippedbuilding it their own strength as well as that of | the severe freeze of last winter. The j the 2Julrk. per..boXrJlndmayexceedtha l ingtothisen l-thc-following-coTnrn1rr\ ---- Very+ truly yours, --
-would passinton period of"greater,, .tneir-opponent! However, lifter they yield too-will-be-"Very good,-perhaps-70 t figure. tee were appointed. : Cams> BREDEMUS,
efficiency. He expressed his deep recovered from the confusion caused per cent. of the normal crop is expected -I The fruit is late in coloring up this To provide speakers who will ] Athletic Director.
gratitude that while his. father could iivn'the series of no signal plays of and-shipments from the packing fall, probably due to the late bloombut four-minute talks at the band concerts make I "

i not be spared to witness, this fulfillment Hillsborough, which resulted in the houses will likely equal those of I the round cheeks are beginning ,to on Friday evenings and Sunday afternoons CAPT. FARMER'S BRIGHT IDEA t ,
of his hopes, a son, W. J. Sears, I fatal touchdown, they came to their last Season as considerable' fruit was reflect the golden sunshine and it I is and at the Graystone Casino .
had been asked to in his own and held Tampa well in check in lost by the late freeze. thought the
speak mem- I product from a number during the picture shows I
ory and that grandson, W. J. Sears, fact U was frequently remarked Prospect for price is favorable in !, of the groves will stand the acid teat evenings: C. E. Yowell on Z. Saturday I Iw. When it comes to being represented '
Jr., bad) been allowed to unveil the along the side lines that they were fact it is anticipated that the highest M J. Steed. Bass and t'I i by obliging officials, Osceola county
tablet of the beautiful memorial win- outplaying the famous Terriers. price will be received that was ever I (Continued on page 4) Rev. O. R Falls surely leads the procession. The unusual -
.. Rev. C. H. Summers l
The present excellence of the Kis _ Rev heavy and prolonged'rains of :2
u W. B.
dow.No meeting could be complete without simmee team has been brought about Kev. J. J. Farmer Witherspoon and ] this week caused an overflow at the
by intensive. were appointed a Reedy Creek crossing on the road to
some mention of the great world I training under the supervision committee to t
conflict and the speaker closed byapeaking ot Coach Rogers, and is the Every Farmer Should Buy a .services. at the arrange different churches for patriotic I Loughman at the point where (:apt.
II next I L. R. Farmer '
had his
more of I.
of the part-each one must noteworthy as several\ of the Sunday and to lay before their gang convicts "
play before a victory could be won boys are playing their first football gregations the con grading.preparatory to paving
for democracy and religion. season. I Liberty Bond.-- urgent necessity of cooperating I I The soft road and overflow .combined
Sentor C. A. Carson who Fall H. D. Fox, who is authority on the, time. government at rendered it hnpassable for autoists ,

said had been identified with the or- the game, has been a great help to the. C. E. Yowell R. M. and the Captain stationed a team of
team. The fact that neither and W strong mules there to draw the cars
ganizption since he first reached Kis- eleven I Why ? B. Harris '
simmee in his young manhood, and could put a successful forward pass I tee to assist were in appointed a commit- through the mud and displayed this : i
tad played no mean part fa i it* develcsl'uept over,.,showed the speed and team work of the school securing the cooperation sign: i .
to be well balanced. The ,failure lit Because it U a patriotic duty. II children. AUTO SERVICE. '
; and growth, was asked to" of- of 'I l A different speaker
Tampa to penetrate Osceola's 2nd. Because for the tour FROM DAYLIGHT TO DARK.
I' ffttVie dedication prayer. Miss Inez line money absolutely necessary. to prosecute minute talks will be
;J CVn, the Senator's vouched for its strength. One point I secured for each FREE. ,;
'. t youngest the war to a successful conclusion.. occasion and it is hoped the.
:.t '.< }ykler, sang Dudley Buck's 'My where Coach Rogers has some work speeches Captain Farmer certainly von the
,-! ''A)iemer and My Lord." to do is tightening the interference 3rd. Because farm products are higher in price than SLnelntejtaj.nln. . Canon r as well as educa. gratitude of the traveling public by r'1
for the back line and will\) be the first his courtesy and consideration. ,'
Congratulatory letters of greetlnR'had bringing about known before shown speaker
closer team ever as by the following figures: and will i address the audience
here when Osceola
been received from
Dr. A. J. Holt at the bandstand
of'Arcadia; Dr. Bunyon Stephens of will be invincible. Wheat Cora Cottoi Oranges Potatoes Cattle (Saturday) night.tonight. Tomorrow PATRIOTIC SUNDAYThe

o Ocala; Rev. C. M. Britton of Lake A return game will bt played with 1913 1.04"" .71 12.80 .,50 3.50 16.08 "!ill speak to the audien Mayor J. S. Cadel Cst
;% City; Rev. H. P. Jackson of Baltimore, Orlando this afternoon, at; Orlando, sine, and Sunday at the Ca.' church-and school bells will be 1
y t Md.,; Rev. O. J. Frier of Winnsboro S. and a large delegation of enthusiastswill 1917 2.25 2.07 27.50 2,00 7.50 24.00 ton Pledger will! afternoon, Mr. Mil. rung for ten minute beginning at: 7

: C.; Dn J. C. Maswa of Dayton, O., accompany the boys on the trip. Be stand. It,, u speak at the fewl- o'clock next Sunday morning. This '
Buy. bond v
a at proposed to
and Dr. G. W, Gardner of Greensboro, patriot, once. this campaift. of education atfeast should arouse all of our people and + ,
.&JCN. C., all the former pastors who have Let everyone attend the band con- four weeks I end them out to the churches to participate ' o
w\ ,nerved the Kissimmee church but on cert tonight. Weather permitting, the. C. A. CARSON, in these patriot! senks.[ .
. t'account(( of the lateness of the hourtltese"a311' Hon. C.,A. Carson will deliver a> brief "Chairman. Local Corr mitteeo / I If : '
b later address- f_ Buy Lib ftJ' Bonet aid help ,win ;Buy a' Liberty' Bond aadbelp'wia ".
read at. service patriotic ,f.-*....' the .ar. ( ; ,l ;
.. .. . 5.e ,the war. .. ,' J;, /. "
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1 big guns would bring bread to 'the M 1 .
s \ 1 world's table. That idea must be tanI 1
.Not' I i,hed. It is essential that tfio\ nation | / '
h I should ,realize the 'perinanencyof our I, '

',1| food I problem. Tcace.-so far us we are i iI tI

2)iehfitful I now concerned, means that to the de- | ... :.,

economy j mends of that who are now-our allies! i
i !j would "be lidded the demand of those< .
who -ala now our enemies We could'j .
.. j not beNndiffen-nt to their hunger'and I
-..-.. so our diminished stores 'Wotld! be tri
Oh'- that sinking: of the heart, when you look I still Why more, then rapidly if food depleU-d.:'exhaustion' is so t .._,.." ...-..

universal, may we- not rely on the
'fi I'' in your ice-box and see the tiny dab left from Speedy collapse of Germany's resist- s. o. s.
? The Is that before
answer j .
'' .. ; .' yesterday's pound'of butter I IAs < the war Germany and her allies were

\ii\ , '. almost; four-fifthit self-supporting, z ) Send Over Some \
.. / whereas England was only- one-fifth; 1 ,i
+ matter of fact would probably not' France' one-half and Italy, at ,, {
..' <, 'VFt't};# f.:,. a, you -. on-
timintic estimate, perhaps two-third
r '< :,. };;'t ,:j : be using butter for cooking nowadays. if you could Germany, moreover, was a nation

,'.'', \I","\; I)'Itget: .\ the 1 same,,dclicipys results without' .J.1t it.. ; . her given rations to over-eating.was at The first reduction a- benefit of .VRlGLfl' 'v ]

'-.:',; .' i F*' j ,'ather'than' a detriment to her popula
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I tion. Although in the last two
,* < ,,' .' You (atl.. Yes-without'' a particle of butter! j she hall suffered severely her problem years Keep your soldier or l

., .. from the beginning has been only to

.. ;"',', <:: ;:i }; t! (":"Here'; is', the ways:, Use wholesome, economical j increase.-5 her, per production,.cent.In "spite by approximately of bad .' sailor boy supplied. \,.(
'harvest she seems to-have been al lo at
';::,,,' "; :1I \: \ C olcne for( your fine cooking; :in place,. of ..ex- least to meet the emrgency, and if/ re- Give him the lasting .
) "'. !t\\" I" \ . ports do not falsify she can do so in-
... 'y'.x"; .. ,OJ '. ':pcnsivc''butter: ". ,. definitely. She has possessed, herself refreshment. the protection f
\\1; :::1:1': .,' .: I I of what used! to be the western fringe : t tth
against thirst.
of Russia!' : She is cultivating much of :
." In purity Cottolene has set the highest possible" :i Belgium and a large acreage of 1 -
I northern Franc Htr latest conquest help to
j I appetite
..:. ' :.;.'i( standard :f for.shortenjpgs. . .- of Koumania has! given her possexsion i '
irutx>pritp'' W ''fr ., ... -t -,.. --" ; 1 of the plains in- and around the lower I and digestion afforded ?
'j = ..M.i" 'PTii.wa. ,
: r7.uNwu"H '''I''' fG"ijrw .. .
0 Aw a saauiittasiaa:pa' SlrAanaatla, .Im -_ .. _
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1 Try Cottolcnc] in any "familiar recipe. Use 1' in the world. Further, Germany: has -f y .wr II sz ey s. -.. --" .- -
a tremendous and intricate food organization -

.,,.." ...". ',,: .,. one-third. less than you would] use of butter. and! no one within her )borders V 4 ,
"" '7f"I/-' \ dares to waste a crumb. Considering } t
'" all these facts would be .Ji outstanding
.. .' :{ ,, .' You will find 1 that shortenings; which seem "' the height of folly for America: ttfasf- ..

:' ". .cheap, when scooped out by the pound, are often sumo power Anything to en'dure.less, than Germany's feature of the war-

j / ' j The position!\ of our allies fn western. '
r '> than Cottolene in actual "Ml the British Army
: ) ,; more expensive use. Europe is essentially different. De->
/." 4 penct-nt, 'even in peace times, on 'im -
.1Ai . portations from the outside they drew 1 Is chewing tt:
( t1'* * ''' '
..-i."..... .Why ? ,!< j* V- their foodstuffs from every other
% country in the world. They' can n >l
now gef supplies from central Euro ,
i I' Because many careful. houscwiws have found -Germany, Austria-Hunjrary, Bulgaria :- I .
i and Turkey-with which they
that Cottolene-owing to its superior .richness are at war. Neither can they obtain
...' grain from Roumani.i nor from Russia wRi The
goes much farther than other shortenings which'.. With the best will in th! world to 4

, they had been using. hid foodstuffs i. mid presumably to sell, Russia.arire is handicapped stTPs,) ; of ,saPERFECTGUM w Flavor( j

I by the. disorganization t-.f her
'. railroads. liven before
the revolution
Try Cottolene next time. It is sold by grocers ' I her transportation system was paralyzed yIRiGE
?; j in tins of f convenient. sites.t : overnight is correct impossible these There conditions will '

have to be a national rehabilitation 1 1 75'
r iI f .r : .: ." before the allies can-' reasonably hope CydN
t ''n :;; : .( ,>
; :ri for help from their great friend of the
.r, 1 '" II II '/ / East. India and Australia, too, can
'f '
[ rt./; send but a part of their surplus to
.. England OP France because of the CMEWINC? CUM U
. '
I '1":1.1/I.1I I I :.7-"' ; Recipe for MOLASSES COOKIES j shortage of tonnage caused by the
.i.. jI!';J 1 I 'ij i !1 depreciations of the submarines: Furthermore -
1 cup molaQsea 1 level taWcspponi ginger I the long trip from these far
U cup Cottolene level) teaspoon .soda I! countries to the homo ports is un-
I I economical and wasteful 'W a time must not be allowed to starve. How
ii cup sugar '4 cup cold water -.. t tI
r' when every! inch of cargo time has tp( over generous our giing, this i'umiier _
t ji level salt 3 to 4 dour1A" ( I Ask Your Grocer
i teaspoon cups II.e conserved! Nor can help be looked and fall there confronts Franca
j I If, '/1'0111 the,great:( food-producing- and England ami Italy the blackest -_ ._ r-
Heat molasses, pour over Cotiolenc AtLi sugar, I tions of South America, for they also und most agonizing winter they have ri
\j i
; \ $ salt and ( inf>er or a mixture of other ,,spices if pre 1 have shared in the general 'crop depression ever had to endore. Such minor-depri.
I f ferred. Dissolve in cold water and add 't first and |it is doubtful' if they rations a* we may. suffer seem petty
.. s>soda <> will have
, enough even'for themselves. in CHEEKNEALSCOFFEES
*K** f.K ?!? M> s ve&Mif t comparison. Regulate ourselves we
l'ASjgotj) r'goFA Jhnite[J ijS* hefgreateoodpr !.;,, ust 4 ril, _v keepthem... 'in the
,, 1 I p , : (om on r oak t o n ura dun, of enies amt a sigh' prices,-dis-
I i 13uk n ing crat t I'T n dl'tat.t1l :! / halj arj k a busing* ant
i a ex pp well lipl 'd,' ra epre aio \menca tiully !
in Tht s n ( e$ L tntiuty
., o that of"bl 1 'Europe, '! '!! 'h epr
;; S I [THE N! N I IR BAN K MP.An sia. For the moment Russia's crops anti to- ourselves oouinel tapouma nnd ob- \
MAKER count only for her.. -lf. From ill his Best By Every lest
Jt will be clear that what oui allies -
need from us in the way of t' I for/ (('onti 1 ,u.1I on! Page Three) I,
human and nnlmnl' foot.'! I ienormous.. -
l Their .total requirements arc, nearly J
J,HOO.oOd.orio( ( )( () Iou..h I nil tive 'pioilliction and imports f rori :
i| other countries ran supply 4mt a! I ... :,<.
Cetlolene"Makes i part; iiio*! IIf it must come from u". ,
1 i Yet< this .nm Unit i> far lieyun-1" urr. Buy
!I -uiplu- that w<' shall'have' if xvi ....rep J a I;
1. up) our psuul( I eating hahits.W have .
never expurted nfore than !5lIO,04Ad0u)' )'> )
Good Better" (bushels! of cereals in a year yet tw}
Cooking \ needs rtlo.'oud111. for nearly; twice I 1
The moral.' is clear. U'e must reduce MONEY is ;
1i 1t r our own consumption. Our highest .
I obligation in this war ia to make
Men and
sure that we do not fail our allies in'
1 I their hour, of need, just aa our deepest .

.. .. duty to ourselves,. is to plan today ir.- lieves distress
telligently and patriotically, to provide .
against:; the possible shortage of
j .- next spring; It'is within our power dens will
not only to protect ourselves. and r.> ;
J; crtate, a stn'plus big .onougii to meet
t the most pr 'shing needs of these people .
fertilizers, conspiring to augment the if we enforce on ourselves a few thereby
r : pauperization of the earth so that reduction minor economics. Already our allies
I i Food the Deciding Factor in soil productivity was inevi have sacrificed their bravest and best of our
\ table. For three the world has
_ __ years for the cause which is now our cause.
--- ---- ---. l'ocn .engaged-Jn-.aghasUy.competb-Their .
KiionT, Part 7.ft sacrifices.must gCLort.Juft t.Il.eJ .
.! tion of destruction and the soil is now ,-- -- -- =--=-.0._____
beginning to take revenge. LEMONS: ; WTTTTEN AND'BEAUTIFY
To make the world safe for democracy I by co-operation, universal, generous Such depletion in food supplies as TIlE SKIJVMake These
we must win this war. The three whole-souled, decisive, can we do it. these causes have brought about has Bonds
factors which will shape and determine This co-operation must begin in Hie made of food conservation on imperative '
: this 'lotion
1 beauty cheaply fnr-
home. Housewife father and childrenare '' 1
necessity. One 5trikin exampleof
,l, : itlissue'/, are money, men and equally concerned and equally under this is seen in the fact that in Germany your face, neck arms and hands, They are an ,'
:food. We nre,spending money in un- obligation to enter the partner today, no food is fried. It is all I "
t limited sums. We are reverently dedicating ship. The outcome of the war and the boiled or stewed| Grease from the At the cost of a small jar of or,hn- ofKissirhme&I i
to the battle for free govern- welfare of the world depend upon kitchen sink is carefully treasured, >
ment the lives of our young men. their actively participating with oth- and soap, the basis of which is edible! ary cold cream one can prepare a full'
Money' and men can be obtained ers in this program. fat, -has become a luxury of millionaires quarter pint! of the moat wonderful Terms of
through organization and as a nation Why is the great issue of successor Candles, another fat product, lemon skin softener and complexion I
:we have demonstrated our ability to failure in this war dependent on have disappeared. Franco and England beautifier, by squeezing the' juice of
organize.: But the task forcing the the United St.atellWhat causes also lack fats, though in a lesser two fresh fwinons into a bottle All cash, if : ;
American nation is harder than that brought about this universal shortageof degree, and unless the women of Am- con-i .
of organizing and equipping effective food? erica realize the extreme importanceof taining three ounces of(orchard white. 2 per cent with
armies; it is to modify the food habits First. Unkindness of nature. Late not wasting, and of not consumingone Care shoutd!' be, taken to: strain the I

'tot the 100,000,000 of our people so springs, droughts, hurricanes, poor unnecessary bit of butter or other juice through a fine cloth so no lemon I 18 per cent on /I'
that the needed increased supplies of conditions of rainfall, unexpected animal fat, :we may later be in the pulp gets lit, then this lotion will keep
:food may be furnished. Only through frosts, and periods of intense heat same predicament. fresh for months. Every woman knows 40 per cent on
co-operation, in which as a nation we have played havoc with crops the But the problem) of food productionand j
have had little experience, can we accomplish world over. The season of 1916 will. conservation, and the necessity that lemonjuice ia used to bleach and 40
this.Thoroughgoing. go down as one 'of the worst seasons for a food administration to deal withit remove such blemishes as recklesv' sal- percent on ,
co-operation is now in agricultural hietory.: Our own would have arisen whether we en- lowness-and tan and is the ideal skin t
imposed: on the American people, be. I I crop of winter wheat is below nor- : tered the war or not. The nations of softener, whitener and beautifier. .- .... ""
caiu this year there Js not enough ma. Argentina, normrjly an exports Europe that are now cur allies have '
'1 Just it!
'food In the world for the world's ing country, claims to have barely always been large importers of our try -rtGL&brtaounces of
needs. This is the fact, whether the enough wheat for her own needs foodstuff. Because of their absorp- orchard.rrate Ba"a at drug' store and Dur Bit! "
war be long: or short and regardless II I Second. Reduced'productivity of tion in hostilities during the last three any
.' -of iU outcome. the } This condition has years they have been forced to *" -:il"vTo lemons from the grocer: and makeup ...
s, .. Our allies must have more food been brought about by bad manage- from us an ever-increasinc ouy a quarter,pint of this sweetly fragrant -
t "!''than they can raise, and we must send ment, unskilled work, and lack of fertilizers of their foodstuffs." proportion lemon lotion and massage it daily
., ""..-. hem more than we can readily spare. ; and these in turn can be ex- inevitably J>-r: .This demand must arms .
"-""' into the face, necks. and hands.It
-- few definite We shall be
IPt'. 'ITo do this requires a plained by the withdrawal of men aBd.'tr* .ve grown more pressing '
";. 'changes in our dally habits," and they from farm and field to army nnd.! .....'_V..S our own spare resources as events is marvelous to smothan rough, red :
*''*' can( made., Neither prodmers tory and the employm .q-p.,n", c- I progressed would inevitably.have been hands.
/nor consumers can effect this of overworked wo"mer *vII the soil exhausted;
:clone. The women;; who administer men and listless prirA unskilled old! Nor would., the coming of peace' Drive Out MtlAria.Build Up System State Bank
". our households cn not bring It about. more the vicious summers.: Further* solve the \rood problem. Most peopleare ,'The Old BUadird vmcril .tr*.-tJwt>ln.loalo.LHSS .
:/It-can flot be done by legislation.: Only boat- after boat, fille' &.marine} has sunk under the dangerous delusion that mr.iari.earkheab.blood.aedhuile.rpONqS-ROvlC'. TASTH! chin TON ICdrie.e..a J .
.. .. '\- 'ith nitrate and the mere .Ceasing: of the firing of the, tam ..try to... Pot AuUu M4 cWbfavk HM co. Co
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THIS COUNTY ASKfeD FOR A and never. Inflames! or even Irritatesthe We and Canada would ordinarily eat The prese% t prospects are that In any
DEFINITE QUOTA FOR THE surrounding skin. A small bottle half of that. We need to save in ad. events 6',units of wheat will\] be sunk
of freezone will cost very tittle at any dition seed for next year and a small by..the.submarines, but that we must
r STATE SUNDAY SCHOOL CON. drug store, but will positively. remove safety margin. This brings!: our joint try to avoid. Our, immediate duty is
VENTION. every hard or soft corn or callus from total needs up to 700,000,000 bushels, to save and send over teas 450,001),.
one's' feet. Millions; of American and leaves :300,000,000 for export. The : 000 bushels of wheat, when we have 't
JL. With, the slogan, "On to Daytona, women will' welcome this announce. Imperative needs of our allies in addition only two thirds of that amount to
1,200 strong" the Sunday schools of ment since the inauguration of the to what they can'raise themselves ,I rpare. If each of us should eat three
I the state are preparing for the best high heels. If your druggist doesn'thave ore just twice that amount. The problem :Jlldne.halt slices of tread for every '
taA1A and biggest convention ever held in freezone tell him to order a. ] then is to meet the difference slices wt nth have been accu-..
Florida. small' bottle for tween the iOO.OOO.OOO bushels that tjn.ed. to, the. dcsirc-cl result would be +
Definite plans for the attainment of fOu.Housekeepvrs they need and the 300,000,000. bushels 1..-;cvd the vtcurtt.J coiiclusi ff
this large goal were laid some time I that we have to send.them, the war would be assured and tens of I
. Q- ago by. the Florida] Sunday School Can Save Perhaps it will be more comprehensible thousands of deaths front, utarvation n r
II Association and each county has if we drop the terms of bushels would be avoided. 1\\
\ been asked to furnish a certain number $200,000,000 on Food and express the problems in units, as. (To be continued) i
of delegates, and: this amount has Burning that every unit represents I
been divided among the Sunday 10.000,000 bushels of wheat. On that '
schols in each i county. In tttonn rtn)'* when tan lilull' ooot of basis we and Canada together have ,.
The goal for this county t U 50. Thisis Il\ln>{, "plnchea "..lIrl>' every IIUKIH, ".> 100 unitof wheat. We reed 70 ,units f YOUR OWN k.: 1
the minimum number of delegates waste should 1n oterlnnked< l l. on-- ofthe .
Him and the mostB' !11)| for ourselves and so' can share( 30 ) '
moxt lIt YOU Wilt\ BOAST-)
asked from the county. In order to facilitate I'|'<*\'<'nl.4l. lit, the Neattuetlonof: food 1+Y units But our allies need 10; unitsof l ,
matters this number has been ruts. one rat will often il The Best Liked .22 in America for the parceled to' the various schools, and KiimVnlBht 1ininir of, and feud l ami careful|property i coll- make the 30 units that we can sparefit ._r PORK '(0\/ ROAST
S they are each, asked to endeavor to null: 1';,, stem 0ecr $2<:i<*,*ft,orl.<*I hi n* the their need for 60 units.. .:.A r
. American Boy send at least the number given them. \nluo foodstuffs. ili'ntrovml, nnnunmli The only solution then lies in share '
ws There is no limit to the number of. those IHIHI' Eat itn1nnt tI..m. ing; the inescapable' 'privations) : and : \
-c. PERHAPS theta U a't,.,? in your family who only,need a Remington UMC delegtaes each school may;. send will enormous) stcnrnn loan'--It".r:: ( A have mill this litix: sacrifices We know that\ we have 30() .. - .
: own to put him. on par with the other feUow at the rifle club above the definite number asked. of Mciiitm'. Paste cuKtK utilv It' fi-w. units to spare, and it nay) be that by ,

There ii a perfect f fitneu; for all .22 caliber work about[lute. Remington UMC .z'. Daytona garage owners are donating o.fitfl l 1,1t''I l ly nn ltd that no on. can m..taltewhether It U the Autoloading nile,,the Slide Action free rom for all cars delegates, slam, effective mjaliml, cockroaches to 45 units. Our allies need (it)
Repeater, or the Single Shot model and Daytona homes are flurig wide an,, .... . ,- units, but it maybe that by sacrifice !

It may'surprise you to know-thai even' .13. short cartridge ran benefit enough by open The to convention the visitors.opens. October 25th, 1 and economy they-can get along on 45. A ROAST LOIN OF PORK fe
Remington UMC care and experiane,* to mkeit, worth white for you to matt '
and closes the of October 3't
on night
en Remtngton L/A5Q v 28th.: '' . FOOD THE DECIDING FACTOR .makes a mighty fine dinner.' A
Sold by SportiaeGood.Dealer la Your -unity The number of delegates asked i MUSTANGFor lot of people living; in this town ,;

r.H inM REM GIL rAe tvmhnetutf .... from each /school ,in this county follows have found Out that this shop Y'
c.'l;; ;; .. /rrtv-rn. : : ((Continued, tfom. rage ?) sells selected .ne-ats of'
THE REMINGTON ARMS'UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE! COMPANY, be.itutftflirrrrt Kissimmee, Haptlst._________.___ :5 I j carefully :
...., ./F......nn..4An.MasuwaatheWvW" Kissimmee. Methodist -10 I;t t.4 v '.' > nomy. Sprains, Lameness, I h hPendM1pc all kinds-whether you want a ra
W__ Buildinc, New York u. ., Kissimmee, Presbyterian_.._ 8 There is no suggestion: of dictation Sores, Cuts Rheumatism \ j pork loin, a beef r oao tf or a choice

... ..- -. .. .. -....... .......... ., ... ,.. ,,'. .. a Kissimmee, Christian_- fi In this appeal. The"1oeon4)mielt outdo ''portion .of veol"; *you're t 'Ulv* to It
q ,p: .c.I. --oo&piiatw"-: ',", oo-=!iOi J.il1lld.i nJn.'I1 i4f :i \\l.-,', < i wanrgah.,;;; ._ . -. -- .t\ 'It1.-rq.tdIt' ".
St. Cloud.Christian___--,.._..-.-- 6 their bit but in appljmtflne; neae- Stops Pain At Once 1 pU ,'
, St. Cloud,,. Methodlst.uu_. 8 !, ores ouf nation's chief reliance l nlu!'t. I I here. I .r
relief. Next to Belgium and Trance, Narcoossee ___'_ 3 be on the women. They have. the< direction For Man and Beast j:
R. G. AID I TO SERBIA Serbia has been: the Chief center of Fish Lake ___-_.________-2 of the households of the lan<1.1 25c.50c.l. At All Pc.ler. -
'-" American, relief work abroad. Shingle Creek 2 In this as in nil wars their gicatBcrvice '
I. -- --- ' ' -. .... Campbells. _. :___,._ 2 -Is i<1 the 'nil-Important ,task of City Market j
'WASHINGTON, Oct 14.-Asa FIFTY CARS WILL BE IN Other schools 5 : food conservation.We I LINIMENT
part of the American Red Cross program would be blind to hard facts if
" I' for aid to Serbia, which has MIAMI-TAMPA MOTORCADE ADVERTISED LETTERS j we were not aware that many women ,
: I been' undertaken in co-operation with ,- thl'ouJ1'hout.Amel'icn in the face of . ._ ,
a I -- - - "- -- ---
, the Serbian government, the Red 1 From the latest jndica}ions at the Following Is tho list of uncalled for I present' high ,prices, regard/ the do II
- Cross has just shipped 5,000 bugs: of office of the Miami Motor Club the I letters. remaining in the postoffico nl ,nand upon them foi'' new el'onon\ieR' as
i something. 6f an impeitmence. 'How o
flour for Serbians in Austrian
prison Miami-to-Tampa motorcade will )Joe Kissimmee, Florida, for the two weeks can you ask us ,to economize," many I
: camps.: This is the first shipment of a series 1 participated .in by at least fifty cars | ending October 29, 1SU7: of them will say "when ulreadv we I I The Favorite Store of Kissimmee I ,'
" of food purchases which the Red Cross ; and two hundred people If this prediction ii\ Halhe Baldwin, Jeffery C l..on. Mrs. hvae,, not enough-monet' to buy things
! in co-operation with the Serbian government is! realize the excursion -.illle Everett Bass Everett Bass ((2)), M-. necessary to support life'? What wo
'. I and Mrs. W. E. Bass (2)( Israel Fred- Is how cut I
is making in this country for ), want to know not we can
,. relief of prisoner The Serbian minister i the biggest of its kind ever to 's'e' .eiicks, Mrs. Julian W. Fuller The down the amount of food, but how we -
:- has deposited $500,000() to the I to long a hiT in this note accoi. ito :; Holland Wagon Works Ed Hudson can increase it." 4
:,:. credit: of the Red Cross for tile purchase I Chas. O'Co't'vsecretary of the: ,'I; Sarah Holmes Henry Jackson, Ver- To this just criticism\ it should. be FURNITURE ? '
" of these foodstuffs. Miami club.Morn 1 non) Morse. C, 11. Murray, Andrew said plainly that the projected food
'" The allies must\ provide: living' necessities : than'atie ) u>idred people hatealready ) Palmore Ed Rubson H: Simmons.. administration will take definite I
" '. ', for their soldiers who are said tiositnevly that they 'w :f'j! V captured because the Central Powers and thirty cars. !kave: been listed at Y. Young.. ' where it may have existed, and t
J are!! not providing prisoners of war th<' club's header" .l1 tet't. It is belie vdI I II i I B.. B. SIMPSON, to stabilize prices at fair levels. But I IIa
h'. with sufficient food to keep them in I that this nunu t r '\0'I\ I materially)' in- 1 I Postmaster. new economics must also be pointedout -WE HAVE IT !
good health.. By arrangement withGermany I i creased and perhaps doubled before so that the whole people can extend
: t;' and Austria prisoners are ; the tim$) motorcadearme i CLIP TillS AND PIN the'' purchasing power of a dol .
i permitted to receive extra rations and I, Present pans for the procession of I I ;. ON WIFE'S DRESSER lar.At /
clothing: from their home govern "gaswagons" will] leave this city dur I' the moment there is no actual .
f ;-- ments. Lack of supplies in Europe has ing the last week of October in order Cincinnati shortage of foodstuffs in this countryif
tell how to shrivel!
;, forced Serbia to buy in the United : that it ,may be participated in by lawyers mail ct'luses'so! we were only to feed! ourselves. We connection with our Hardware line wt carry a mpIU
sFr., : up corns or they
States. I and judges who mutt he back\ for .1 Jiff off with fingers. have more than enough to feed our- fine of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting homes .. | y
To follow the shipment of flour the opening of court early in Novem: selves; a great deal more. The terrific
which has Just been dispatched.. addiY ber. uplift in prices is due to the world's frandle reliable I II! fay"
I Ouch I ? 1 T 1 J This kind 'of
demand our food surplus the ac.
tional foodstuffs and Fire Auto to Lead on
foraSerbian I will be heard less here in
town if size of which is smaller than
clothing: prisoners are The club plans have the -
o procession ; ,
0 I people trou led with will follow Bed Room Furniture Dining
> corns before in the history of our country.
now being assembled and will be ship. lead by the big red automobile of ,
f ped by the American lied Cross. The I the Miami fire department driven by the simple advice of this Cincinnati This has been, of-course, an incentiveto
1i to the Serbian consulat 1 I Chief Coleman. The mayor and other. authority, -who claimes that a few speculation and the advance has Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par-
Marseilles and the ', drops of a drug called freezone when come about because of the haphazardway
thence through city officials will ride with the chief.
Serbian sector of the Bureau de .e> It has been-ftarned that the Woman's applied to a tender, aching corn or in which buyers have bid against lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers, A
ours at Berne, Switzerland, to prisonncampeinAustria Club intends to make, a, motor trip to hardened callus stops'soreness at once each other until they raised the prices -
,., : 'the' ':and soon the corn or callus dries up sky-high. Couches Etc. "' .;
; cThaTAmencaneRedi amp J 1: ,
: ; ;: "i ; < hG ilJhi jan"'an< .t.9 r Jul ,
'and )its right out without pain. the food control regimeit ,' .
Under ? ,
ossnownae I' suade new ,, '. 4
J. a ll.e a )e l I. I
cia\rcommisslon 1j in$,' SerbiiIbyj (eade i :ffii'attJliRope\ pIa ex r ""' says, "freezone'dries.., immediately. ] : is":hoped that.. prices,;,'cun Abe?, kept ' .:' ;, .h.';' ,' ,'," :<"" ..,,';'jf."t\ '. " \'. ',,," ,''' ,, .' "'
,Cordenlo)'Arnol Severance' acItlmmt IC.tN. LII" from going:hiKherjt; the$.arej notjre; , I, ,, :, H'W""tk' 1 \ k '/ '" iYL 1'';." f
J'au]',hlinnThe'Tr"rai'age f war.t.her ;part ,,,q\1\'t\:.\ \' ,ryq,," .' ,'G, '.., J -,;: ::14siAtflJ 1, duced4bllt.would\ .be' a.seiiouslerrorjtosuppose (' 1if\O\ ,i t'Y ''i'bisAstore1istmakieg 1 a record for !bU 1. the|matttr'of,s '
are said tff have been, 'even 'worse Only fifteen ar par ::a'\ en To Cure a Cold In One Day. that any1" decrease in.*prices helping people" outfit bomeV. Come and tee? Our prices art I
than in Belgium and Roumanm, and :otorc de'fun to this city: by the Take LAXATIVR BROMO Quinine. It topi the means any lessening in the need for
many Serbian refugees have been entirely Tampa Board of Trade last "-pnnj .- Couth DruxifUt-and' refund Headache money and II work it. Ida off th to.cure.K. Cold.. saving and of economizing. In most riLL .
dependent" upon America! for Miami Metropolis W. OttOVIi signature on each boa 30c. European countries the government
dictating daily food rations for r
__ - --. _' __ ___ ____. -___.. C'O='"" are their inhabitants The question of .
"I high or low prices must not blur our .1 TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS
r vision of the basic economic realities I
beneath It is a matter ot') general sup
.. ply. Put simply, it means that no matter !' No matter what kind of an Engine you hare-Ga Steam, $'

r f' : high: how they low may prices teach may the go real nor problem how\ -I' Railroad or Statioaary E.rint-w. hare exactly the Tool yea V t

r The Patriotic Duty of Florida is, can we produce enough for need in your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oilers, etc., -
ourselves and enough more to makeup all of the best quality and workmanship, and at prices that will ,

f r:::, Fruit and Vegetable Growers believes We the can deficiency we if can we so not of desire.our do allies it;Autocracy believe? surprise hardware you.that is This of tore superior has quality the reputation and you of will- handling make no only mistake _..

1 that as members of a democracy we in coming here NOW and inspecting our big stock. '
c I1 I. -" are too selfishly individualistic to desire -

;'' '; i The great world-war raging" between democracy and autocracy if we it did, too wish weak It accomplish admits our it fighting even- ''I .

r: J'//1,:' i wlll 11 be won for free. institutions if the United States and ability, but derides our power of I

ii;, .,, i their allies can be supplied food sufficient to carry it to a success- self-control from.our and obligation the Aparfthen allies Osceola Hardware Company

11 r full conclusion. it is incumbent 'on America to prove
{- ?: ( ; that democracy needs no tyrant's, rod +

.. a ,, Recognizing the importance) of sending abroad every ounce of to govern have already its ways undertaken or its appetites.We broad., .

t. foodstuffs that this country can spare, as well as the food value measures to increase our productionof

r I I of perishable fruits and vegetables, the government is urging tho food and our intelligence, our sense C. A. CARSON President. N. C: BRYAN Secretary,
of of the be
value object to accom-
., I. ;widest possible consumption of the latter. plished will Inspire us to decrease our

.. '.'' : Not; only is it the patriotic duty of every fruit and vegetable victory.In consumption.. We shall be saving for The Waters & Carson u:
grower iILFloridato.produc6..aILthat..h can-. ) .-to_so_market-hia- a sense the United States is tak111grpart --- _-

f'. : .' crops that every crate will I go Into consumption where needed. .1nagreat'1ooperativeexperiment. It has ehtered: the family of ;

. "ThiS can be done only thrpugh intelligent cooperation. nations. It has assumed tremendous' ', Grocery CompanyWholesale N
allies de
responsibilities. Its are -
i ,
i'; ; Glutted markets must be avoided. To send fruits ahd vegetables pendent on* it and expect high per- *
formance from it. Yet unless we .. ? *
I .. ... ...
these both
to means returns to the and
inadequate growers tice among ourselves what are no
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
. : t waste of food,that is badly needed. Distribution of the right kind more than a few minor deprivations 'v 4'
western civilization not It
.- I\ will keep the needs of consumers and the interests of producers may be reiterated once can more go that on.the

. :! i ;', constantly in mind and avoid at all points the congestion of supplies necessities for these economics is actually - ,GROCERIESr

: ; fatal the l latter and unfair independent of any political or)
_. 1' ;, so to so to the former. military events which may supervenein
the immediate future. The world -
.- The Florida Citrus Exchange provides a marketing system crisis compels them.In 00 0000'000400000 000'000000000 00 '

r 6' that is scientific in its plans and efficient in its operation. It will conclusion let us again define o 0 0 t
the situation that confronts SELL Oa WE BUY
o WE
..- us, so we : :
<,.' ship your products: to the markets where they are most needed may realize how great is the task to I + +

.. and will bring the best prices. They will be handled-and sold as I which we have pledged our honor. and' RAY 0 e +
faith. o. O HIDES
economically as is humanly possible and every ,cent of the net returns our Take the basic food of the world I, 0 GRAIN 0 0 ;

remitted to you. It is your duty to yourself and country; I wheat.( It seems probable that all thatwe 0 FURS it- +
have what raise I Il FERTILIZERS 0 +
.11 now plus we can
to cooperate with' the growers who make up the Exchange. this year plus the Canadian crop will' o . 0 WOOL r
+. l amount! to about 1,000,000,000 bushels. o SIIINGLES 0 + /
"'v"r.r. . For further information consult the manager: of the Exchange _''' o + AND bs
packing house or gub-Exbh&nge nearest you or write the business. *. .ORANGE BOXES 0o + "
+ 1 ",ti""l manager of the Florida Citrus. Exchange at Tampa, Florida _-"- I M AYR'SWonderful + 0 Oo' ALL ,
V* .
j + I + .
e a 4 0 .
w CITRUS EHCt1A1VGI STOMACH TROUBLEOne : .0000000000000000+ ]I +0000000000' 0 ee. e .

i r -.. .. dose convinces: We tell field and garden'seeds of all kinds. 'V

; a'1'p ) LI ,' *1t l' .' \ Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping: partiec"
I f' J. ROBERSON ia fuDitt., 'PLo.e No. 12. { .
b .FrM delivery city -I
; circular aad'fJ ,, !
Ask for /
'1' W. art for pod fed lizera. : at
,cou.ty trge.b
t.; _ /- w ..--.l '
'''t 'I;, Ill "l ,tllg t#' S- tabs aqagg) , OrlanQo, Pia.F .ana .other: reliable drugged;..,Ms j. ._" -=- :,?.' y

'yl.a .rf.Cf '1, 'i aJff.'ryM. Cad rr'" .*'_*?_. :. : i.'_ ; '-,;;, /h....; t'j! t'1.".. . f ft
kp ''7THE

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I : fuhll.hed Kirrr' Friday.Ip Gj., .
f- U..Ue HKluliBBtee. / ,
orA" alley I, a, T. Fonder, Klnilmmee Fla. .utf8ALB
}r KUrtd* eomtiimitlon. fruit and tock :
' .1: From Manufacturers Record, Oct. 4th. farm, located on fine lake church .,- W. II. HA11HIS .md E; U, VANS AGNEW A. E. Thomas, secretary and treasurer tint land quarter mile to school, In 1800 pound. also harness and wagon,
-t t\\,'eleata.e The nation's one job is to make war with every ounce of mental, good neighborhood nix mlles from and one thoroughbred Berfcjihlre

,I No. 11 ....moral physical and financial strength. ,Nothing else counts' now."" ofthe Kissimmc-e 'Board of KIUHlmrncr, brick' road most fit the, : boar plgr.! TI. Dcker! .on. 18-tf '.

i., War, war, vigcrova, aggressive/ air powerful war, is our one supreme Trade is in receipt .f the following way each to adjoining farm. lake Two, large mostly pastures bottom FOR 8ALJI-S..v.ral: Roodwhite Leghorn .

/ work,* To that end the fullest 'measure of.Vhe nation's .life letter from Senator Fletcher relative prairie land very productive, growsheavy cocks and cockerel Bam Lupfer. -

I must be given and Upon it the utmost potentialities of our resourcesbe aviation school grasses, rattle live all year 1ttol.n
;; to an a round on natural grasses: of pasture. ,
lCMBeR concentrated and consecrated.;l Banish everything: else but thethings without any other frd.
which has been agitating; .
question .
iMi-icn FOR \ .FIo. A ni vIH.IJ
with the to strike for life and
I which arm us power liberty.
several Florida cities for severalw '<0 high land vary flno orange - nrre* ,
II I This means crowd every coal mine to the utmost of its capacity;, land, has. about IS acre. fine! ftruvo etc. Apply! at Valley Gazette. lOtfFIVKACHU

I f t y0i run every furnace and. steel plant as though the nation's life depended I eks.;, Senator'Fletcher says in h..arh..... ono
) upon it, which it does; build every ship, big and small, steel and October 11, 1917 trees' a tine lot of yeanglrer: '8 oomtnit ' TRACTS flnct land near
(>n. excellent farming land on , neighborhood of Mr. Howell1
wood, for which men and materials can be found, and count not the A. 'Thomas, Esq.' Secretary Boardof this "I........ loiatid "m county road."ood the*city placv. Very moderate term and-

cost; run every cotton ,mill to its limit Trade, Kissimmee, Fla. house Ktiil'lvii, .dmlive, oiilt long. tlmo to pay. Mont. desirable to

i Q hO IgsTAT. I ]Produce every bale of cotton,, every bushel of. grain that can be I Dear Sir: Your favor of the flth lnrm.n"n.-r rove around\in the a. prt elderly miscs. .gentleman* valuable, own one the of city the, Write flnent little to the farm owner*oninr .

...., SPy 1 grown: ; raise livestock and poultry, and keep on. raising them, ffJ'I has been received. Iwi". ..., thlldivn, will sell Mt li """rl. WV. Younif Liberty C..n"'rt Ohio, .
PRES our Allies are hungry and soon: will, starve' if we cannot supply I I The situation pppcars to be about flea price' {tnq l ,on' f"vi'ral' "'U. h rfcm <>fMivment. or Inquire of H: M. BroaUor, Kltmlm- ...
f A great forums can !nmn '
I Ie bread and meat f like this! there are at present two aviation nee "?, 31-Smo ,
4 <1<* h<*r irr.twlnij] plock. eitruHf'HUa. ,
Ii Make guns' the' the best; ..produce 'explo$ \'es with. communities: 'r <,ne with the main farrftlnicnil" rurUnuTlltr( ':, tir.ST.HAL. FAHMINO I* profitable fnl.'Inridn. \\f" 0
station at Dayton, OhiO with siy sub- 1tllYh pi-t,,<-(' for fHttnlriK products| lin* ,
; .
1" outjimit crowd all the ;potentialities of chemistry ,to the ]last; :notch I To know Florida' POHR|>
. ; ct<"Ht-d n strong dotmind! foe l.u nds. : ,,,
!MebecrlpIles' MiiOn ..., Mutions; mother, with the main station : \ ; : blUlle for ,II. mock and poultry
railroads build .
>(; human ; txpand ; highways Iurnbaa'Io Plorlila.wh
; and people
? o eneigy! permanent ; ore
dairying fruit and truck
._. _. ___ 2'.10'' : W/ Texas and nix sub-stantions. ,
; .
I Copy, i'ie year. make money with all possible! energy, and turn it intg(, Liberty Bonds .rp m vernLerppe, combs l prawn on lerhwfnir. read the Klorldu' Farmerand '
tl {f <'nfJ 1.o\.y\ Thr'M"th"r"Pix" .Month --------- -- 1(1"I( I and fnto ,Re : .
lino ('rpy : the matter of establishing a third division "l1h8to'I"II. ", 2r.! eenla.5nmpln copvfree. ,
/': '' Work, work, work, and keep oil working!:, be 'you day Jnborer 1 mechanic and it is hoped that in that 'di. ,40 acres near 1.w11.. nil. fcnccil' In' two Addirpfi Florida Farmer and
AH m"IIt.tllf.1I ixcrfit fiitm' our banker or three parts| isooil lit-arlna grove, ilomcsteekrr Pox 8,00, JacksonrllliFla .
lfient'il clerk manufacturer, merchant capitalist, preacher or Florida will share in the sta ,, fives : ? ;
3. authorlxed l cur I'''K|ron iidviitH taunt > vision iMiilritngft uoo<] land own* r
by the. writer: ,11 teacher, or'w''hatever may be your occupation. All that yod/ have all tions. I think we ought; to have three Norm t ) and w"ntB ''10' ,,,<'11: prlt-p. .

Rejected mailer will not bo returned i that you prize in life, all honor of womanhood-r-your I; women, be it rtations in Florida at least. Yesterday I27.i,;; time on t1!C.O" If il.BliVd.. : 1(0ldt FOR I'IAJ.Tar" alas l' wickerrnb ; baby
I'l"mt'mbered-the of the the child) the IU.* and ,good land. In Rood condition Prlcyreaxon.' .
unless called for.IKntered safety prattly baby, unborn
I called General .
Major Squier .
on .
I -
ab.I. Inquire t at, 220 Bryan at.! 82tfFdll
KlnMm-. religion of Christ, civilization your own America, Land of Liberty and also .Mr. 'Coffin, chairman: of the I Ton iMtiirniiTYOn '
at '
In the. Postoffloe matter.) I the home of the free, are now staked upon how to meet your individual board. said that the board I I''' ..
rcond-claH* I was RKNT-Furnlnhed
e nee, a* <* block of land all set to hearing orAn room or .
f I responsibilities in this, earth's supremest hour. very much- occupied now 'with the development -, rV>n. except yard where an exctlJenCsevenroom -'I I apartment foil light hnuHekeeptnor,

::< : 19 1917 You cannot dare not,shirk. You cannot throw the burdens upon of the two stations abovementioned house otandn. beautiful In modern convenient house, clone In.Mr ./
W """"" ""' (, R- f1OCT.OBka' .. ..', ornamental In and I *. K. 3'i;. Wells' Heal Kiitate and In-
'. ....' .....,.,. trees yard
Till.11 | .l'i'i; !'I\\ I. 1 P.5''ut Q Rrq.Frvraa the .wxmiej ,.4&eJiabipsr dour ('ountJ''' yourGod, comes end would take. up and do- fine shade trees: owner a non.rHl curanpe, 116 Mabbettq fit Phone 242. ,
Will the meatless Tuelldays'and thewbeatless the calf to you'ih{Ihu 'aeTnon&rW-tfa-ytorr! / ( Ti4riJSI't) :: Wf'lt uztt :ruta. : etxaaun'snfaz>tzatttdI; h ""t'.NQ.: .. ..._.d4JXJUlvJJl. fell for f2xnn Time on,,- .
Wednesdays lead to a more vember where the next awisioiTwouTdbe ' ., _.itr'f"d.jj"'noli''YI'WI'Ir.'ttI'ILI:4'dbJ;"' + : ; 1S .liarsa!! w5lnttdtirt9ra; .,out\ fed lw

I general use of the fireless cookers and 4I located and whether any of the Klorlda.Fiveroom Klimlmmce. the prtleBt( I..wn In will trade for' ,Rood milk cow. Mr' "

the iceles refrigerators? f I 1 stations would go to Florida. If it is W K, Fariseiit I-atrlck St. it-it

< I decided that Florida shall ,have one or cottage clone In, partly fur'nishedgood FIt' SA Si "'....k"' old don pup
of 1J can more stations then they will take lot very chnp utI12i0 of a long line of stock and how doKH.
the boys Company up .
Sure I ( $750, If lKlr. d.; a .
all is the equip the material submitted to Col. Edltt.I good home: .a.r .paytnginvestnent 1 ; : I? r>0nch.. C H- HJenklim. I>. O. nox:
play ball if they ijeed ; I There Can Be No With 3f.O '
Trifling .. 4t
meet supplied by the home people. with his recornmepdnticnc) ::, and decide I Prettiest In the \ \1.
4 cinlty. rent pnyir about 10 per c,"tit.\ .. .+ .
POI 1fAt.K One''pllll'
I where shall be 1 elxad
wish anything at' they placed. have medium l .
Did our boys ever I on price, well located, i1olKMfil lake .
the hands of Kissimmee that was not 1 Gougers filed memoranda with Mr. Coffin, the view phnlre property and a wniitneliaritaln. tnuhH Ur.u.( / on two-horBo wagon.
. ; or will trade' fop beef Cain or '
gladly supplied? I I' chairman, and discussed the whole I Investments.All kinds Pox
matter thoroughly with General licltedMI.. 366. 41-4t ;:
I Squier in the effort to sho\v that
The Bradford County Telegraph; I l r ult Pin 'I'.
.SAl.IC-fHtmwti! "
t : I.TYINI'.1VV .
Florida offers advantages for these JU- .
issued 'last Friday with two sec : From Capper's Weekly .. <'h il" MlKhtotiHi \' \'arlet-non. liet-
was with stations/ not equalled by any other Ioom( 2 and 3, over State Bank '' let A. A Iilttt, I.. """I1I"'e'I", 1
tions full sixteen pages the a nifty : Sugar has dropped, wheat has dropped, tual 1 has dropped, copper' state: and assuring/ them that all theirrequirements KJSRI IMEE. FLOItlUA 1"

front page, advertising comingcounty has 'ropped' but farmers and other folks who have to buy these nee aa; to sites can be furn- Man
is to WANTKI' farm. B.
fair good 'On Dlcker-
If the as
fair. cessitiiM, or the products made from any 01' UK in, ..tillllre paying t.hepriC'e ii !bed there. 1 have not gone into the Ron 87tf
look at as the paper its success is as that were deriandcd before governmcit price-fixing, J'tT1..LET run! SAI.IV-nrliwd. i.. tn.illeK. .\<\,
began. the
: mt-iitr of vpriourlocalities all .
,rjt: ,
ut two Mrs JHH T ,
Ruredright! now. I Who is getting/; any cheaper coal ? Who is getting anythii.g (cheaper?! | hecnuse,, that subject is not yet reached at < .H1"nr e ,, R'1st.Li't1S, for r<.". Apply to M. .
r\ The fixoi I prices haven't yet dropped: down to the here the C Till i -r
i plate | and wht-n it is rcHchcd it"will he -------------------------------- - -.. .
Our idea of the treatment of La alrelc.itg( consunic. can lay hold of; hasn't ,determined! principally! if not entirely, I I .

.. Follctte] is to forget him. Let no mention reached the' retailer. And until it does it will bring; no relief to I to fix standards for baskets and other COXGKKSS'MAX;: SIUltS. 1I

,. of the man or his deeds ever be I homes and firesides, for whom all this labor was 'undertaken. offi-cers I : containers. for small fruits and vegetables -I

uttered. by an American citizen. Let If the. )retailer. isn't the guilty man at this state: of the game; he 1 s'tes. and the endorsement of Col.J: I and for other purposes! ," ap- ON:' SI'KAKING TOUKCongressman ( ,,

no word be published which even indirectly should make known his alibi. quickly because that man must be EdJ ar. proved Aug.!; :31, 1916, !goes into effect I ;. .

'f \ refers to "the. Hun within our .found and made patriotic. .. I 'Congressman Sears, who .ic now on and after :Nov: 1, 11117.! flays the W. J. Sears' left this! "
Let his be'Stricken Florida State Marketing Bureau. I jnioimng for New: Smyrna where he
name '
Kates very ;
from American history and he will go I Among; the articles that have .)been raised 'to exorbitant prices are }home on hit.a Intention brief vacation has expressed f This Federal law prescribes three halt: a speaking engagement( for tonight e 1
:, down\ to the oblivion he deserves. I shoes. Nobody appears ble to explain why shoes,' should sell, from !with Major General at- utandard sizes for Climax baskets for ( Friday), anti l (in Monday" night ,

I .. ( 60 to 100 per cent higher than a year ago except that the sellers ; SlJul..r !grapes add other< fruits and vegetables I he will speak at Titu ville. He has
and stone will be left
I once, no unturned
1 A new five cent bread loaf which are able to get; the money. in, securing attentionto ,: ] -2 quarts, 4 quarts and 12 also] accepted an invitation to speakat
\ /
lard and milk has been An officerof the'National Retailers' Shoe Association advises I the site offered proper Kissimmee. quarts and fixes the dimensions for I several places in Congressman
saves by 1
I e adopted sugar after long experiment by the 1 people. not to \buy shoes at prevailing prices, so long as purchasescan each; it establish the dry half pint !Drnne's district. _.c .

I Bureau of Chemistry, says an advice be avoided since the country. is well stocked not only]; with hides f ARTICLES MADE FOR THE dry pint dry .quart and multiples of i, (In Kiiday, October 20th, he will he

from Washington and it is expected and leather but with manufactured shoes. the dry quart ns standards] for containers 'in Lakeland and on, Monday, the 29th.I ,

that the new receipt will prove attractive The report from the war zone "is that the French government; : RED CROSS ARE ,NOT SOLD for small fruits berried and Iat i Hartow., His !subject! will be the

to bakers as it allows a fairr' I during October will place on sale half a million pairs of shoes form I vegetables,, and fixes their capacity in Liberty !Loan and other patriotic mat- .

profit. Gee--that maybe attractive to
bakers but the five cents is the only quality as shoes that have been' selling/; retail at t.wi'e'these prices. issued by Harvey D. Gibson general; / ] Therefore on and after November I at this time.

attractive feature to us. Yet it is announced that "a fair profit will' be assured to retailers I manager of the American Red Cross: 1, it wil be unlawful to manufactureor Mr. Sears' time as a speaker is very

F I 1 The,1"rench government takes this method of checkmating the profiteers "A story is being circulated to the sell for shipment or to ship in interstate ,much in demand just now and he findsit

and the profiteer ,dealers.If effect that sweaters, socks' and other J commerce, either empty or impossible to accept all the invi,1
Catts is better
... Governor !getting I filled tations extended him.C.KANTHAM
baskets .
articles knitted for the Red Cross arc or containers that do
... .., and in a recent speech said this was the American governmeit's fixed prices do not speedily reach conform
not to the
S t. sold either in requirements set
good time the level for which they are intended, it is in position to take action. being to the public
.a '
' h ., shops or direct to the soldiers. This I forth. in the law. Contained t who are MOVES STORE '
\ Thatch, demadekmesp' .u of,the, men 'I ' :
t f'ach t.he ) (lwlth govern; oj FranJ'etandputritheiriroj5techellint I" "
; .
) to the,
" notutip standards be ,
"" ,,1 articles cannot used
mphati alyi.not.trueJNo'
( all ] !
busin.s along
takes andlexpected 1J.olmake oJlo / INTO i 1REli Q
I M" *knitted I forf otherwise. ) ,in interetatedcommercet: /!evenlJ.h(>iightheyfa
,i' them Just''as any.ordinary WmortI : In a r that demon( e lye non... u e me an ateverlei.rh<< JiOrossR-workersJfand. t ) re:marked short/packages/ / "HH

,I would an thtspthoughtlplaee4him !there cnn' betnoij'ifling: w th gouger an des iption be turned nto'any Red ICrosglLChapterj' ||Interested f IpartJesf<'8nJletlJhe, details'in'a'publication'u I ninth has moved s fur
back us common in: Jitt.Ie:' | allure st nl
among people ,they big or i fronijhe"eornerjof Broadca
\. ) Branch or Auxiliary! or"tvany supJ by? the US
stead of \
him the
putting on pedestal and narlin
ply warehouse, are sold either to the S. Bureau of Markets, Washington! I). .10nvavenue"to1the
I that some of his ardent admirers. triedto j soldiers or in the shops. C., in which will also be found three building formerly occupied by C. W.
do early in the game He is just Pann. :Mr.' Grant ham's large sotck of
I "If any wilfull! case of this sort relating; to standard. barrels for
an ordinary American citizen no goods has
various necessitated the moving-
should the of headquarters commodities.
more, no less and when he is placed WARTIME METHODS AND ".PERI CITRUS EXCHANG PREPARINGFOR. come to attention into .more commodious quartets and
the charter of the Red Cross
t right he will be, understood right.! We SONAL LIBERTY" IDEAS BIG PACKING SEASON j' with. the. three floors in this building-

: have placed him and if he stays therewe I would chapter be or subsidiary immediately sanctioning withdrawnwith /; SURGICAL DRESSING CLASS ]lie will not be handicapped for spa{....

_. will stand with ..him but; we have I COMPLETES COURSEThe The front is being redecorated and
t never been in the business l of worshipping I Rev. CharleS Stelzle. religious edi- I (Continued from Tag One) full that publicity.. Should it of transpire I the whole toie will present an attractive -
actual instance the .
t idols of any sort.-Sanford tor of the Tampa Times says. required by the !government, and in above character occurred wherein class in surgical: dressings! appearance.
Herald. ;War time methods are everlastingly; that event shipments forwardat an :Mr. I
I will go .rontham has
rounded recently opened
individual sold' articles after their out the course tim. week and
---- --- destroying some of our pct personal once.K. his
been turned 'in the Red store in Kissimmee but he has
t having to took the examinations. This in'lud'dtlve
BY THEIR WEEDS YE SHALL liberty ideas. C. G. AHSO. Packing }house Cross; such action would be clearly in already proved him'l'ltto! be n great
Most 1 of us have, a ,notion that we written que"tionsLne/ live oral addition to the business circles here..
At the' Kissimmee Citrus violation of the-fundamental law
Gro\\ .
could do about with the
as we pleased questions requiring/; about three hours
packing house, Manager /; the Red Cross, and we would
things that "belonged to us. to answer. Miss Elva Reeves .
""'--- '' i f Orlando -
Plano has everything; in readiness. take vigorous; steps to prosecute theoffender. MOVIE FAVORITES
learn that WILL
There is no greater patriotic duty But we are coming to The who has been instructing the
machinery has been overhauledand .
confronting the of Kissimmee after all there isn't very much thatwe class gave the examinations though APPEART GRAND SOON
I people actuallycall and with everything made shipshape. Infact "It is also true that any case of per- the
can our own questions are sent from the
just at thik moment than a general, which we may do as we please.There's ; the crate material has, already sons, other than those acquiring the Cross headquarters at -
the arrived and wrappers are- right prior to January 1905, using Washington Manager; J. D. Woodbeck has been
;Ii I systematic! cleaning up of city; your body, for example expected and the papers are sent there for in-
day. Foreman S P. Cook the emblem of the Red Cross : making effort
like your most preciouspossession.. any will name or spection. a !great to secure some
,:. for patriotism charity begins at You've taken 'care of it in the tender arrive next week and will be placed in to assist in' the sale of merchandise, is Last week the !1 of' the very best films shown any:* '

,t home, and the' one obligation which fashion as far back AS cm re- charge of practically the .same outfitas a violation of the provisions of the those taking examination for :' ,where for the Grand theater this winter

I should rest heavy on every individualI member.Bu you was used last year. federal criminal law, and the offender held which elementary leas hygiene/; was and has made a fine booking for

" the keeping busines in jts normal I you can't do with your," bodyas This house is operated by the Kis- sho-ild be reported to the United their preparation along a severe that test pf the next few month Among theseare
line. Five
I simmee Citrus Growers States district for Mary Pickfprd in "Rebecca of'
Association attorney
: ;
4 channels and the pushing of civic in- you please. questions were based
a j ? which'is on theory and '
, Suppose try to kill it-to com- affiliated with the Florida five practical Sunny Brook Farm, which will, be ,
( L. teres lB. mit suicide.If .you Citrus Exchange and represents from "There is no way to prevent people work, and two demonstrations shown early in November, end Doug-

: j This city has long been known as an succeed Billy fifty-five to sixty groves in Osceola from making the same type of articles of home care of the sick las Fairbanks in "Wild end Woolly,"
,,:, attractive place and it is no uncommon you says and nursing were required of each
It' you'll go to hell-and if fail, cotinty. The officers for this year as are produced by Red Cross applicant. I l I coming about two weeks later. A
.u \ thing for visitors to comment onx you'll to jail. you are: B. C. Miller, president! ; M. D. workers and selling them for The members :I: treat for December will be "That
;: its cleanliness. Its Broadway section go Alexander vice their own individual of these classes who Girl -
But tomorrow president 11. C. advantage, Philippa. January will bringi
suppose morning qualify and then
wllL.compartL.laygra with any. in' he coneoriptionofficerahouliLcoalong Piano, secretary and manager; C. U, thus subjecting the Red Cross to un- their work Bend a sample of I i I three splendid features "Tho Wom-
r Florida. There are numbeJ'80fC t r- to Washington; for 1
+ Funk
\, / 'and order you to go to the ; ,-Neso1) -and-J-W; -Millerr; juetcriticism.ShoulcL..theY..llSILibe...t proval-maythen- ap- anhood a famous Vita raph: "Jack
here who their lawns instructothers '
zens beautify '
directors. name or emblem of the Red Cross in inr-and the.BearrStalJrL1rnine-Teel'av-
trenches France
to have this '
: : and are keeping them in apple pie your The association connection with such sales most important branch of patri orite "
precious body, riddled with bullets. handles no fruit however, otic service 'I and "Within the Law, a film
order. There are neighborhoods where other than that belonging its they will be vigorously prosecuted." which is
to mem- attracting great attention.
And The
no unsightly vegetation is left standing 'suppose you were to. soy to members of these classes meet
him. "Go -I don't believe inwarI'm bers.The on Tuesday and I
Fir' and of to be tossed away Thursday of
: no scrap paper each
capacity of the house has never HANDSOME FORD GARAGE TO PARTY \
a pacifist. week to continue MOTOR TO TAMPA
about by ,the October breeze. These been the making of these ;
tried,to the limit but three
"It doesn't matter particle what I carsper BE BUILT BROADWAY '
a ON surgical
have influence dressings. I >
, examples a strong on day could easily be handled. The' HAVE iNTERESTING0:: TIME
1 you are-- come along"hc'll One ]
+ you say. complete box is
their nighbors without a doubt but a time of the now ready for ,
point of perfection; has not yet been And you'll go. tween the first and season fifteenth comes of De be- :i Messrs. Walker and Bryan, the shipment with another well under Mr. and Mrs Robert Jones motored

rM 'reached and a few property owners I What you dared not do to your cember. If'' any difficulty arises this firm which recently located in Kissimmee way.The oVer to Tampa Saturday having as, '
remain who allow own body the state may do with the to handle Fordcars Ford ladies who have lal .
; yet their'premises year in handling the crop it will be parts >ored so their guests Misses I/llinn Harris .
''to stand almost head high with a utmost We!! liberty. i. from scarcity of pickers as of and to repair Fords, have made arrangements faithfully in making hospital! ] garments ; and Gladys] Griffin and Elmo Grifnn.

splendid growth of dog fennel 1 and I are learning!: that in law and in. the men who have been relied many to with S. B. Aultman :fora have one box ready for ship The party witnessed the warmly con- .-

other weeds, intertwined with bits of I civilization the first cons '
and trash 'of not the individual.but society. The joining the Park Hotel facing Broad- packing, etc. The sewing '. -.
,paper every the North by high wages. : : goes on Cowboys and the Terriers. The evening : .
descrlPtion'j greater our civilization the, more restricted -I steadily in the
Could these be ,' I way. Mr. Aultman will erect the meantime and
Manager PIano
expects to make a any /; was spent taking in the sights of '
of the become our liberties. I II t building for the firm under five- lady who can sew is
placed in a quarter\ tour of the county next week to a urged/ to spend Tampa's business district after which ,
t.. the visiting: public seldom passed and |I You may exercise your liberty I l I samples of the cropThese will secure year lease. When completed it will a few hours each week at the Red thq party spent the nighv at Mr. 1
% the order' loving Ki'wimmee" people : only in so far us it docs not interfere '. be be one of the finest Ford Cross headquarters at .he
), I I taken to Orlando to the garages: Casino Jones' farm in Idlcwild n pretty little '
be bad 'with the liberty of your neighbor. .1' Orange south of Jacksonville. It will be building.
Y s could avoid it would enough j County Sub Exchange( where 50x suburb of Tampa four miles north or o'I
but to have such lots occupying prominent I Further more, you may enjoy civic ,i will undergo the acid test. they 100 feet with offices and Show roomsin the Hillsborough river. Sunday theyvisited i'r'I
the Dixie !' liberty only as your are, willing to I front with stock and A. D. Page; of !
4 places along: Highway, lironson-Mach repair roomsir Harrison N. V., general several points of interest in
and adjoining some of the most attractive sacrifice your personal liberty. I Bros packing HouseA. the rear. There will be a rest room sales agent; for tyie; Edison Lamp: cIudintho "
wa well kept lawns calls for a I':, This does not mean, that you.will Hupple, of Orlando will operate for ladies and an up-to-date lavatory Works and also one of the owners' Springs./; Their sight-seeing Sulphur cut \;

'< i;; strong remonstrance! Nor 'll.rn vu. I' i actually of be the loser; for aa a matter the Bronson-Mach Brothers packing with shower bath and all the latest and promoters of the Edgewater: short by,, the steady/ rain which was commenced t'.

tms arc even now motoring here fir. : fact while each of us give up n house this season., Mr. Hupple is well fixtures, for men. ,Farms, Co., of this ('ountY"ls spend dinr.ff" )
falling after
4rr, I :fk stay of'more or less duration and little and puts it into the common known here as a packer, having resided The entire front'of the building will ing a few days at Edgewater look. ,, The trip home shortly made without mishap ,. 'F"t"

tS ? not one of these can enter the city I;, fund much, we all of us draw out very in Kissimmee some time ago and tie plateglasa except the driveway ing after his interests. Mr. Page/; Is but on account was of the muddy"' .

without noting: these plots. One such i The more than we put in. his connection with the house will insure door. The hop will be well lighted/ highly pleased with the progress of roads and incessant downpour the ''{
t man who insists that he will a successful the farm and
blocks will do season. and with takes
of equipped modern
sore in a row machinery a lively interest
party for
eye camped the Lucerne
night near'
do he
f f., lowering the estimation | as pleases regardless of society This house employs twenty-five' for making Ford in the blooded hogs and
much toward i repairs on cars I cattle with Park Polk
). is living unty: They, arrIved -
'Sawhich our city i. field Vy such visiA out the doctrine of the hyena outside the pickers; and< has a capacity The front of the garage/ will be of' which Manager K. McPherson Is home cy

.ton and will shorten their stay. which-not the doctrine of civilization of three cars daily. Last season more stucco cement in old mission design : stocking the place. j I tired and hungry early Monday morning-
among: us. Cut the weeds, burn up enriches ,everyone of its mem than one hundred cars were shipped I and will add to the appearance of the 1
,tb. trash and remove every vestige of bers.. from there and it is estimated that i block where it is located. ----------- -

>Uh throughout the town. 0 fully as many will 1 be handled this W, li. ARNOLD 4 t l''

.e7'man, .woman:and child, call- Miss Mat'tie Bandy requested the season, STANDARD BASKETS FOR A AN J. MAC DON O UGH '"

,lussimmee. home should( pe GazetMto/! correct an error in the list FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ARNOLD

? with! patriotic ;teal for motiveIn of the potato planters published in the EngrveJ Calling: Cords and Wed- I & MaclXNOUGHLContractor >1 1;

'-51 this clean pp campaign and last issue of the paper, Miss Bandy ding Invitations, Engved.end Embossed Public, Act; No. 248 of the 64th Congress i '

bat a slacksv would stand t1 said those who compiled( the list Stationery cad: be secured at ,, entitled 'an' "Act; to fix standards I *,,Engineer*, Architect ;II'

[to retard should have reported her namV ot one the Gazette office. .:Let ns. show you for'C1imu baskets) for grapes I DARLINGTON"AfE. '. '+'.

\!,. ',!;,<:r-:. ,J. to in piece of ten .eres. ; ..: cur saoples: and priceg, .tf and'.other fruits sid'yegetabh.' and ,I i' . _, .... .. .'OTIZKNS. '. JUNKJILDe.. ,. .'. : ,,.
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i Weather Report I Market.Mr!'of James St.Phone,Miles Cloud 132.,,a'\Vall.leading transacting' businessman : Ford Parts and Ford i Furniture on the Move !

business in this city Wednesday. 1 Repairs at

Following are daily temperatures The candies of perfection; Whit .
man's, right fresh at CENTKAL ,
and precipitations as reported FORD PRICES .
by Gover nent-station DRUGSTORE. I

at Kissimmee fog *ha week end- L. Y. Bryan of Sanford made his To insure early delivery, place your
ing Thursday, October 18: regular weekly visit to this place t
We have moved stock of .Furniture the
Ma.<.. Mini: Rain Wednesday look after his bicycle order now. y for our to

Friday ...__..87 80 business. II l '

Saturday ....86 76 Miss Lena Lord, at Hart Memorial, FORD CARS Dann Store next to the Citizens Bank where we will
. Sunday ...*._..87 :7.0 :3.35 will be pleased to.receive your maga-* | '. II .
Monday ___,._75 71 nine subscriptions, new or renewals. | Osccola Motor Co.
Tuesday ......72 70 1,10 Mrs. Fl.C: Bryan, Miss" Cleo Wool- I I have more room and be better, able than ever to serve
drjdge and 'Claribel McGhEe and .
.. .00 I BuildlnaKISSIMMEE:
Wednesday84 ,'' Qryptna I
Charlie Me-
Messrs. Edgar/ Bryan and |
... Thursday! __.._87 '75 Chen were a party-- motoring to Turn-, FLA. I our cu tomers'satisfactorily..

Saturday for the football game; bej j II I
twecn the boys,, of |llilsborough I
,Osceola county schools.! to fill 'up and when we tame into line
Our stock is complete in all details and i if
Fire Insurance. See A. E. Drought. to we had to cross' a shallow ditch: abouta J now ,
Ladies you will be surprised nee ,
Fresh at Sanitary Market. foot deep, and if a rattlesnake had'
carps fine Handkerchief' I sellyo'
what) a ('PA
Phone 132. at 25c. F. 1J. Lawson. tried to crawl down the line. it would in the Furniture line
'.., have broken its back. It just looked you contemplate buying anything .
Sheriff Ingram -'was called to'Arradia D. H,, Gill and F. B: Kenny; mem like the whole line was going to' pieces :' '
this week on business connected hers,, of the' St' Cloud City Council, 'for about twenty feet, when it finally I' I
with. his. office. visited the office of City Light and I straightened out and if one had drawna it will pay you to call and examine our line.I ''
Water Collector A. E. Thomas, asking line it could not have been straighter :, *
New line EW Shirts at the"Quallty for'the manner of reading and report- and when we passed in front of the I I ,
Store. ing the light and water service here. general it was a pretty line. Company We sell either for cash the installment
Mrs. L. II. Ingram r.nd Mrs. A, W. Mr. Thomas furnished them with the, G, Tampa, was second. I or on ,
motored to Orlando Wednesday blanks in use.Promptness. I think that was pretty good con-

Bailey for a few hoSrs.rxen and efficient/ nfe the sidering'that half were. recruits and t plan and guarantee every article sold to be as -
four squads
had representedor
* !!srauawawaYrvr.xrtacr.I ; : : iinetMMO-rM ": R A 4-UllU.h, we strange ,
'Mar trntls lS':>ear'5 r. _....J
Fresh dally'sUnTtary1 ' ''.
oysters STOKE r'I Phone 132. .* d 'Y"O"; to 'l '
ket. vpaysWe. .
Mr. and Mrs. M. Katz, Mr. find Mrs.! Doing of Company B: For the pat('; ], ; your InoneyTrefilndeclr rt" Z4
Laurence Tress and'A. J. MacDon- A. W. Bailey, Mrs. L. 11. Ingram, Mrs.D. week we have all been busy drifting, >
ough accompanied the Kissimmeo W. Alderman, \'Mr. and Mrs. Gay digging trenches and preparing Jar I
football team to Tampa Saturday. for Livingston, Misses Marie Huddleston the draft men, who are coming tumor- are Agents for the
.i4" the game with Hillsborough. and Inez (Carson Mr. and Mrs. Milton I; row.. Enough draft, men wfil come to ..
V V Pledger, Miss Ethel Roberson} E. C. I Company B to bring its strength from
Do you 'want a pool farm at a bargain Duzenberry and W.: J. Steed were 75; men to 232 menAt I
price Nelson Realty Company 'among\ those motoring to Orlando 'mess we have been faring: fine ]
can place you to advantage. I Thursday night to enjoy the musical considering./ The menu for Sunday, COLUMBIAGRAFONOLAS

Mrs! Fred Reynolds and daughter, comedy,. "Stop, Look and Listen" wao as follows, ,

Puvea: of Tampa, are guests of Dr. Let us rent you some, good l Kind to Breakfast: Hot Cakes, butter and ,
and Mrs. McCull..u h. grow a of Irish potatoes. Nelson syrup
!I Dinner: Beef sluing).illon. bread I Ii iIaEiI
A lax of Whitman's will makaiv- Realty Company. I i pudding ard cocoa. As it isn't, suppertime I t
one smile." \\' .' have it fresh. Congressman; Sears, accompaniedby yet we don't know what will i
TRAL DRUGSTORE. CEN-I I his wife, son Joseph and! private :: stare us in.the face.
A. W. Smith of KIf secretary Lacy Johnson: John Lee :f: Up here we have to be consideratewith and
spending the week at his home herewith and Muses Marie Huddleston and the food, so the rooks do their''' JAIII .
Mrs. Smith.-Plant City Courier. Lucy Lupfer formed a party fromi&8immee I:, part of French frying unpeeled! potatoes I
b who motored to Tampa and 'tie'cat them peelings and all '
We have a large rooming or board- Saturday td attend ,the football game with a relish for more. 1i1IJyhcI iii and will be pleased
to give
ing house for rent clore in, very cheap, between the K5s!'imme-e antf; Hills- The following promotions were ) you a
or will sell on easy payment; plan. borough boys. made ip; Company B last week: ,
Nelson Realty Company *' When To be sergeants: Edd. C. Roberts, demonstration time.
need Shoes Hats, pants, .
you any
E. end Mill Alice I E. L. Fennell. II IifflL(11( El
Mrs. A. Drought Suits, Underwear, go to F. 11..Lawi
. ; Drought of Kiasinme spent yesterdayin sue I To l I.e corporals: A. F. Smith, Privates -
. Orlando shopping.-Orlando Sen I Reagan R. L. Summer. A. J.
The recent heavy rains have filled Tindall. '
tinel.! I' I
" the creek and sloughs; and fishing To be buglers: Daniel II. O'Berry
" Fresh lUh, Tuesday and Fridays. has been exceptionally! good the past I and Horace Padgett.' I pllta
Sanitary Market. Phone 132. few days. Our local Nimrods have To 'be.privates, first-class: Anderson C.H.Grantham

Mrs. Edith Miller left Tuesday for tern taking advantage of the situation I Butler, Bowen,' n.V.. Campbell
her former home, Albany, N. Y. She to conserve the food supply and E. D. Campbell. Davis, Iriggers,
fine strings of black have'I Dukes, D Ericcson L. P. Lanier
with her stay in Klasim- many: balls,: pont, -
3) was pleased health. been brought in. I Lutz, Rouse, Wilder, Woo<.laU. I
W me? and gnitu/xLir, Store'
"The '
Satisfactory Noted
That Haubignant and Lilas de Rig-/ We can sell you lands where you( I, Camp Wheeler, Oct. 14, 1917. I 5- _
can two or three
grow crops per year; :
aid in Extract. and Toilet Water.
Well, 'still In
WQ are marching
where you can make huge profits;
'I'heol'st\ ever at CENTRAL DRUG-. Georgia, feeling fine and like it bet- V
come let us show you. Nelson Realty i I
STORE. I i .. the weeks
: Company. fer as roll by. |I

.,Jim Half l was arrested by' Sheriffngranxjy.his&weekiandji We miss our inoculations Saturdayand . . . .
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] placed in?:'ailIpniatwarrantJlhargingrllncendiaris feel fine by doing so.ykllavelhadsomeaadvaneements. ,
; whoj.havojbeeni.visitinejrelatives..,here () in in review at Kissy. on drill nights.Itlssbetterfknown''asMrunningdowri.
joJfonnectionlwithlthel.digagtrciUj theepust, three % ranks' Edd|Roberts pand m Feinel\j jmade" '. ? ; ,: .
orf their I ar wayt hometal4IIlwaukee '* -ii .
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at..t loud ome week ago sergeants:ftASFJLSmithXHorace.TindellttGarfieldRogersTandRober the lind' ,I. 'S'AY' BILL I !
ullthe t teTof/Wa hin ton The plWelvyillTnavel/ourMplaToQn ou ,
We still have few lurmrne j w reraccompanie< *adfarastJacK8on| lSummerTnia houses for rent,"n lso rooms*lor'light vine by''Mrs.'MJ''G1,Bandy-'J'Mrs; "Metty's ce'Padgettimade'bugler & : . will,. e_... .n '"*They do" say: a spy burnt. up fourteen
housekeeping. Nelson Realty Com mother, where they will all! spend and about all of the other boys made charge of the first platoon; Sergeant
pany. several days .visiting Mrs. W. D. Hig- first-class privates.Company Newton the second; Sergeant Fennel! thousand hogs in K. City and sent the squeul

Will Moscley, 1 former Kissimmee ( don another daughter of Mrs. Bandy. B wa on guard again last the third; Sergeant Roberts the to wireless to be
Germany by caught on a
boy, now of Windcmcre, v/liore he isan School: Writing Tablet; best in week. Sergeant Roberts was sergeant .fourth. '
the empky of the Windemere Improvement town ut fie. F. H, Lawson. cf the guard. AVe had regimental parade Friday ( graphophotie and squealed into imitation
Company, was in town We take Thursday and Saturday in afternoon, and general reveille :Satur-
Thur day. You will find Sheets, Pillowcases, pitching tents setting up: c"t.i: filling! day morning I sausage for the German army. :
? Sheeting, Bleaching, Outing, Percales, ticks with feathers for the drafted W, M. Roberts of Philadelphia, Pa., ''
Soc1 our line of stationery1( / btforeyou' Madras and lots of other goods. Ft II. that we are to receive Monday, which was jn{ camp Sunday visiting* his |I But Bill! Don't you know when our boys
decide. It. will just suit! you.. Lawson! will] be 132 in number. We will feel brother, Edd. C. Roberts. :
v CENTRAL DRUGSTORE. G. II. Baler: of Kiftsimmee Park, more like a, company then. We have Corporal Thomas! in charge of the j hear that American squeal tJtey'U"J1:1oke: ...

Mrs J. J. McCranie and daughter, was in the city Monday. Mr. Bakef many good things in store for them. quarters today. i iWe Germany look like a Kissimmee shipping "
Miss Maggie' Mae, spent Saturday in is making some interesting experi- The most important is passing in review are having frost now and it is
Tampa visiting relatives and attending ments with foreign trees and shrubbery of the belts, as we have passed some breezy. J i I pen the day after?

the Osceola-Hillsborough. football at )his place and highly: pleased -- ---- -- -- ---- - __- ....-. I
with his but finds it difficult I I
game. to cope with progress the ."razorbacks," which White Salt Meat,-Ib'_________-30c 7.4 lbs Acme Flour_._______51.70 I

New lot Fern Waists" ct the Qual-*. make occasional raids ort his prem- Sugar Cured\ Picnics, Ib______27c 24 Ib* Self Rising Flour.:___$1.75 '

.. ity Store. ises. He now has growing one hundred I The People Are Wondering 2 cant Corned Beef._________55c 2 1.2 Ib*. Table Pean____ __2Sc
R. the and twenty-five different
Kissimmee Mrs. Snyder people visiting was among Tampa Sat- I of fruit and flowering trees specimens and ; 2 cant Roast Beef-_________55c ,2 1-2 Ibt Table Peaches _.. .__25c

urday to witness the football game between shrubs from foreign countries, which'are I 2 cant Vienna Sausage_______20c 2 1-2 Ibt Gage PJnmt.._._-____25fe

the Klssimmee and Tampa all doing well and making rapid HOW THE V I 2 can Pot Meat___________lOc 1* Slice_ Peaches . .? -_. ,.15c ""

boys, and to visit'with relative growth. 2 cans Tuna Fiih___________25c Is Fancy Apricots __ .._ _?. .I5c

Ladies' Comfort Shoes at Quanty* and Bargain 80-inch in at Bat 16c:.each.Towels F. H.., 'Lawson.18-inch Split Nicklc Cash Grocerycan : 2 cans C. B. Hath.__________20c 30-40( Prune ___ __ .. .__20c

Store. 1 Seediest Raisins ____________20c Seeded Raisin ___________.__15c'

Miss Mr.Adah and Mrs.Louise Gay and Livingston Bryan Simpson, with, Captain and Mrs. S. J. Entrikin sell Groceries so much cheaper than I .Armour's V. B. Milk, 6 for,_ .40c -No. 3 Grated Pineapple"' __*__15e
were in the city Thursday en route for . Hebe Brand Milk 4 for__ 23c:;
Claude and Edgar ,
and Messrs. Harper their homes in Narccos3oo.: They are their competitors. Well we will explain: I --- ACME FLOUR satisfies the most
Katz motored to Tampa Saturday in just returning from n tour of Canada, I Good Ground Coffee_________20c exacting light bread or biscuit

_, _gamLbetw the Livingston the car local for team the and football Hills- and a visit in New York, Boston, First. We have norents, to pay. No. 1 Tomatoes ____________lOc maker. 24 Ibt. for 170. '

---- Philadelphia and other points. The Second. We have insurance to I No. 1 E. J. Peat...___________lOc r
borough. no pay.
trip from Nova Scotia made .
was by No. 1 Whole Wheat _________10e Drink STEEL CUT BARRINGTON -
We have three extra cheap stock water, and they had the thrilling experience Third. We have no clerk hire. -
farms, where cheap beef can be produced of parsing through the nets No. 1 Sliced Pineapple_______15c HALL COFFEE.
V and lands will advance rapidly for submarines, which extend for Fourth. We do not deliver, oily large
in prices. Better get busy. Nelson miles, protecting our ports. Theseare .
Realty Company. guarded by fast cruisers and tor- prders. Tobacco and Smokes at Same Old Price
i pedo boat destroyors, which patrol .
II. E. Colton and wife have returned both sides cf the neto. Entrance into Therefore we eliminate all this and give it to the people, i at
in New York statewhere ,
from points harbors tan only be in daytime: which .
they have spent several amounts to over $2,000 per annum. We do not
and c-aft reaching there at night I
months. Mr. Colton says they are gladto must any lie outside until dayli:,:l t returns care .to get rich; all we want i is to make a good living, TAYLOR'S CASH GROCERY
be in Florida again as the summer
has been cool and rainy. and are willing to help others do the same.. :
Dashwood, the latest young man'scollar
We have a few good frrms in the E&W, rt the Quality Store. If the people will co-operate with us we will be able to still I .

North to exchange for Florida deals prop further lower prices. The more we sell the cheaper we
erty. Come see us for exchange LETTERS FROM COMPANYB
or we will sell your property if you can sell.
will let it go at a bargain price. Nel-. BOYS AT CAMP WHEELER
son Realty Compny. We sell for Cash, and the people who pay their bills do not

M. D. Alexander left Tuesday on a Camp Wheeler, Oct. 15, 1917. have to pay the bad accounts of others. WANTED !
two weeks' trip to Kansas, where he We have been having some cold .
will visit his son, Alfred, who is training weather here for the last few days Our competitors have given us six month to bust, therefore, I

officer at Fort Riley. Mr. Alex- There was a heavy} frost yesterday the more you buy, the quicker we bust. 1
r-;4,M;, antler will ,1 tend to business mattersat morning and this morning. Our regiment Two Farms, 25 to 50 acres, or more, each.
Springfield: 111., and St Louis Mo., is away ahead on the pale of liberty All goods are strictly guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction .

-:1' before returning home bonds, nearly four times as much or money refunded without quibbling. Out of One or both, with orange grove, good soil,
as an/'. regiment in the 31st di.
Compile line Phone fresh 2.meats.V Sanitary * vision. ' 118th Art. is second with town orders given prompt attention. near water. Answer with full particulars

Market. $14,431.: ( We are on top with $59- jij_ A u fit _. "?....
W. T. Veil has sold his twentyacrefarm 060. There is getting to be quite a including: 'price and particulars as
three miles from Kissimmee, to lot of competition between the dif- Last Week's Prices Will Remain in Force the
,Cyrus Crowder of Alberta, Canada. ferent' regiments and if.we. keep on to buildings.. State 'what part under cultivation
Mr Crowder has moved his family at.the rate we have started, the soldiers \ Coming Week. :
here and is already busy putting in a will supply the required amount timber lands, etc., to M
\ winter crop. Mr. and Mrs. Veil have without the help of the citzens. I I
'a moved to Klssimmee and .are pleasantly The 31st division was reviewed yesterday J. S. D.
ft located in apartments at 116 morning by Gen. Mann and .
Mabbette street.' >,They are undecided what do you think.) B Cpmpany came Split: Nicklc Grocery" Care Klssimmee.Valley Gazette
. 'l' /whether they will invest in prop out ahead of,all the rest, after what x'
S" '*rty,,but say they mre, satisfied to yeVV looked like a failure. 'We had to borrow / .- '
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County Agents' ReportHolmes t>

The Dining Room I Duel C..etr Food fE.BER.S.X! I National Stock Yards, Illinois, riBBin Quinine*IB end bc.d.duel Aememberthe not cmo. aeroi full ...n."me M.nor?<> 'I''I'.u.e
oi B. W. GROVS. we.
county: Farmers are interested October 9, 1917. look lor lb asmtu'e
THE ,, in winter and Today's Receipts: Cattle 8500; I
or pasture a
t crops *
This is the sixth of a series of direct the spray to the infested !
area. large acreage of oats and rye will be' hogs 8500; sheep 3500. Whenever You Need a General Tonic T'
articles the control of the When the insects in the the
covering of
as case sown The hurricane touched here Cattle: While not overburdensome, Take Grove's. fj
various insects and diseases we may plant bug'' family have such tough in view of the Grove' TastelessChill
; ManhatlanHolel sufficient to blow down timber, corn yet today's supply The Old Standard
: expect on, our Florida I shall covering as to be more resistant than
crops. and beans and sugar cane. fact of the weakened condition of the Tonic is equally valnnble a* a
endeavor to give directions for avoiding the plants they are on, there' is nothing market of late, all argent needs of the General Tonic because it contain thewefktwwntonlepropertlesofQUININR
trouble as far as possible, for to do after the adults are on the Calhoun county: Farmers are bar- trade was amply taken care of and no I
9 recognizing it when it appears, and crop but to gather them. Poison is of vesting their corn and getting satisfactory improvement over the low spot hit and IRON. It seta on the Liver, Drive. .
; Is Now Open for the best control. These articles no avail b'cause it rests on the surface yields. Some farmers who yesterday ahd the l latter part of last out :Malaria Enriches the Blood and /
cannot cover'' all individual needs, so while the beak is pushed throughlike came into the county recently have week, was made. The general trade Build up the Whole System. 60 eDta., J
Mrs. R. B. Swage. Owner end Mer.a I invite personal correspondence, an awl, opened up after it is inside bought: thirty head of Duroc-Jersey averages fully 25e to 60c lower than
whether from the backyard gardenor and the sap of the plant drawn sows. of a fine type. the early part of last week on beef Subscribe.for the Valley Gazette. ,, ,:

commercial planting through It. Hernando county: Heavy rains steers, stockers and feeders, and is
r MRS. N. M. G. PRANCE, Red spider! and other' mites are not have interfered with the gathering of barely steady on canners and mixed
Chairman- .of Committee. on Plant insects correctly Speaking, but are corn and cotton, land have also, damaged stuff.
H'OT13L J; DUVA'LJACKSONVILLE Disease and Insect Control, Jacksonville commonly so called. They surely / the crop: .. i -QUOTATIONS: Good to choice Save I!
,.Kla. ,would be put with the )insects )vere.we T'utn'anx' grass! .steers 8.50( to $11,50; medium
) to\ classify as'did one good grower, county:: A farmer of Cast :o /good $7.2r to $8"50eommgn; to
Opponlte poMofrtOP hot And cold.. Spraying who objected. to calling/ bee an insect Palatka bought a purebred Shorthorn medium $ti.25 to $7.25; good! to, choice
water; (01"0101'1"1"lIon..8\ ; rnt Is I for the mite fa/nily does 'a vast bull and tl'iett J to( buy some cow, hut stockers and feeders 06.75 to $7.75;
innme without 'n111 II : two per. There no mystery abpul\ spraying ,
anne. same room, 11,11\1\ with bath neither is it a sort of "rite" con- amount of damage )yearly particular. was not successful. He gees .future medium to good S5.77V to $6.75; fat' Farm Labor > "
', and two 1 nvrsons slats< t """"I"'S. iw ly in thci ]. iri \the beef cattle business. '
ftSO I sistmg of passing) through! the field j i iI I'USI'OV'S/ strawberry cows $7 to $7,75; medium !$f(>.iJ5 t to
"' ". JOMH.! Mur. j i I with a :spray machine, leaving'/ / a car "fields ,and 'otton' plantations. This .Levy county: 110\'s'in: this countyare ( : $6.75i; cutters-$5.75 to $11.2ii; : """ )'
f thin amount of spray material and ', grower explained' "An Insect det.trO's -, very enthusiastic over the prospects $, ffi.75; yearlings $10' | )
I thereby quelling! / the evil spirits hovering : crops and things but a bee is for club, ., 'work. Many' new 1 hazy bulls,$C r25 ,t over the land It isinsteada, a /good 1 little working animal doing/ nc names will appear on the roll)) for1nex.t to $(J.25. take 4 to lase' l labor, .;
work requiring definite operations to .harm at all." Most of us have abou4 ;year.. Hogs: Market, slow but about tier crate. It tales, paj} .' ,
I'secure (1l'.inlte'l'csultll.. ,! this same feeling] toward "insects./ Johns steady on best heavy hogs and, 15c' to :200: hours to plant, culu-] '
We have seen in previous articles Spraying for mites can be the most St 'count) : While the total 25c Jow*r-" weights; top ,'ale.fJrn)' and-, gather, ik
I indefinite of all operations for cotton' acreage in this county is but li.70.! Choice( 180 ] certain1fed. i ' I"" ;: t
C CRRSO FROPIERSELLS' there are many troubles which cannot spray boll hogs, Ibs. $J t,25 to the: ('r!')? from a :
be controlled by spraying, but there i mites are killed by the fumes of the eight/ the weevils have destroyedhalf $19.75; mixed hogs lf\>0 Ibs. up $1 ,2'5 : .. If !HI'Wily fertilize "I\
arc many others that, can be absolutely 'I decomposing'sulphur, in' any. form of of that. His arrival should be an to $19; 120( to 150 Ib.. pigs $17.25/ to cd, the! crop ,will b. g
prevented ,or controlled by proper ,I' sulphur* spray.DISEASES. object lesson to the farmers who.are $18; 90 to 115 Ib. pigs 16.75 to( doubled t>r trel.olcd-but
spraying. In such eases spraying : While "disease; ," contemplating the growing of couon $17.25; best rough hogs!!! $18.26 to little additional labor will 'i 11;J
I gives the greatest direct profit on investment I breadly speaking/ means any disorder next year. $18..50half); fat roughs. $14.60 to be needed except to gather .. I!
fv of any operation in agricul' and can come from unfavorable soil) AVakulla]) county: Another club boy $15.60. the increase e in the crop.Fertilizers. I
Fire Life Accident and ture. To spray right one must know I1 I condition or even attacks of insects we I has received his purebred. Duroe-Jer- Sheep: Lambs 25c to 50c lower, j
I the general principles before going I Ifh1'1arnB will speak particularly at this time of sey. Two new names have been addedto while sheep sold fully steady. Top I y
"ii'htfll\'p :riV Gl'.' 's's''EfF"bility J\\l!:\ H.IHm.. .j L.those? caused byNlennite germs. These'"jCerme the club roll for next year. lambs $17..75; !good to choice "lambs
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study our moie common troubles.: r. ttaigrPiantarai! sraxtttra A'q itDAatgu '":rjJ1mo $17.25 $17.75medium; to good .dal2rp
INSECTS either chew suck which they atack. Under :;:IaaCptiAaalia'rainy ; ">FTfBittRt7( ; "tx7 Sat
crops :
; tlttveps (
or our lt'ifi.R t .. _
and Boiler Insurance. plants; if they,chew they can be killed I "Crop Rotation" (Articles III and IV) weather in September injuredthe choppers $8; canners $5 to $6; fat Angora I ....._.... r T"" T..t.m.
hay )] and
t with .n poison applied to the plant] but we have seen that some of these. can fields crop materially, in corn sheep $8 to $8.50; hair goats $7 :
planted with velvet
Legal Bonds Erecuted] -sucking Insects must b.) killed by not be controlled spraying..becauae.., cora has rotted beans'?, to $7.75; kids '$9 to $10.50. ,:\
'.. spraying directly on the insects'th'em- they work WITHIN the plant.: The considerably.! ,
Same Day Needed. selves Whcr- che'/inc insects are i diseases we can control with prays Madison (county:: Corn club, boys NATIONAL LIVE STOCK COMMISSION -, ioI
pre'.'-.'n': the plant tiaJOJ is eaten, are those attacking the outside of the have harvested their acres and many co. Armour "built-in" quality )'
while in the caSe of sucking insects it plant. This "attack" is merely the rl'port.ield'l of fifty to sixty bushels. to largttl -
|J.designed produce
I yellows or withers showing Irck of germination and development of the The pig: club boys are reporting good: 10 CENT "CASCAKETS"IF I with least labor-
OFFICE: Stale Bank Building, nusttiiantfe! often mistaken for .disenic' ', spores ("peed") on the plant] just the re: ults. Several weighed September BILIOUS to enrich crops the soil increase
., The<< chewing ;infect! have jaws same as the leeds of the plant itself chewed large: !trains They ranged OK COSTIVE the yield, hasten mat ndty. : ,
(mandibles) and the Bdcking insects have germinated and ''developed In the in weight from ISO to 160 "pounds.! 1
have h, ng broke' v hits they generally soil. You well know that if you planted For Sick Headache! Pour Stomach, improve! qualltThere:
Lake I."ountC trUl better Sluggish Liver and ItoweU lire 4.> trmoar Pert ificnrsc
: : : < \t! conking! -They
seeds in soil
c cry folded biu a it ujtainMt: the breast. your or some other"burning"
though the rust mites and nielano.e Work While You =piecin'ly: prepared far
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M. TILLER Any "stomacH !>: will kill aI substance they would not show I and
fair citrus I vegetable f
< insects, L-t the grower must /germindtc, and this is the principle of up. County plan are .
bung pushed.! Farmers ore planting Furred Tongue, Pad Taste, Indigestfnn. crops among{ them anundlM
cJ''C" somt'thiijt* t that t will not burn protection by ,spraying. Cover the / -
Real Estate Agency. fall gimic-ns There are prospects fora Sallow Skin rnd Miserable1' !<, formula and i r
hill.l''iP. 1I1HI., fur t, ni>omy and efficiency plant with a 'film of material that will
............................... the prays, should l not readilywlI..b burn the disease' spores. These spores I guoJ cotton acreage next y and clogged! bow els -- Get descrip-
: Cause': |
away Arsenate of lead seems are more minute than the imagination county: The er box ''
Realty bought and sold. stomach live price list from ,
b. fruit your to filled with
to meet these requirements about the can conceive hence the need of on tree in grove of citrus seem ,
Houses rented. \best of liny thins on the market. Thisis thorough work; any tissue unprotected to be advancing steadily and grower undigested/ food, which Hours and i
Taxes paid and Title verified used stronger/ for large, resistant I by is subject to attack. who sold early did not get the top I barrel.ferments That's Like pnrb-gc in a swill I Ii Waters & Carson
the lint step '
insects than for small prices. to untold -' -
for non-residcntt. ones because SPRAYS: As in, all operations, experience Co.
misery tion Grocery Agents
-indige! ,
sour ,
since gases:
they get their death dose less
I has'
on shown
Fire. Life and Accident In"f' superiority, of I Washington county: Hogs are do- bad breath, yellow skin n.ental fears. '
feeding surface, there is less damage certain elements I Fla.
over others ,and of iniT'Wtl) and there'is j
w' lurance done to the .no; ,cholera in the everything that, is horrible] and natis-
Bucking: inserts crop. killed with certain compounds of those elements. county Herefords brought in, from eating. A Cnscaret tonight will giveyour Amour Fertilizer Works '1i
ludemnity Bondi. are For stomach
poison, arsenic leads ininsect Texas
: I4 are doing/ fine. I;armers who constipated bowels a thorough:
soup oil or tobacco sprays called"eonuct' control and arsenate of I lead is
.' planted rotten have made cleansing and Jacksonville Fla. :!
: a half-crop. ci-raighten ;you outin ,
y ... .. .tOOOOOOHOOOOO insecticides, and must be the most !popular compound. For disease .
.- hit to have the work effective. When control, copper has proved by Liberty county: The community the morning. They work while\ you I 'r.
eO.O.OO'Oo.+ these insects, as in the case of plant far the most effective element and vat has been completed. It was builton IIII'ep-a 10-cent box from your drrg-
a lice gather on the under side of the this is subscription ranging from' 25 gist will keep you feeling good for ,
:( used almost exclusively as months : L'ot' """' ;;;;! ', : 1 .1
leaves, great care must be taken to Bordeaux mixture I or ammoniaca) rents' to $10. It was filled with dip I I '

C.W. GRIFFIN - on Wedn- sdnv and 15,) cows were 1in-- .
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w' )ed the next day. + >
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Palm Beach -
county: Great progress
Staple and FancyGROCERIES I i Is!!! being made in the Lake'OkeechobceAction :
More than 2.000 acres of
I truck crops will be put in in that section -
of the county this year. Beans, Seed Potatoes
pepper, egg plant and tomatoes will]) ,
; i Ie r'n, IPa !V. :'.
Free Delivery to all Parti J P \bi'r g s n Se e a undrgt '
| J a e n1U a onion are: eln.. Spaulding' 'Rose" No' F4 'a r'd; Red Bliss ,

i ""Tof 1, W''P'the''''p'City,-._" .;., p ante) Jianguui! ney]provepapuccvsj Humph (corm Maine where the finest are %z, ,5;,; '
ffll'asJlhepw pronm5fronf.theUijri|
.000 0 t ## 0 C -: :-<-.. I it It will save you money and Tted'experienfefofftast'yearJIthisWwj: i) grown Good strong stock, selected Trom
)l' trouble. Gives description and be one' of the banner crops of the future high-yielding fields.

j Iff. B. Crawford Lee Jarrel full information on all seeds, for Onions are hardy and we can j The Maine crop is now being harvested and

.. CRAWFORD & JARRELL RTiNS GLI DFF, fall planting.. Our stocks are com beat the Texas crop to market. yielding only 60% of last Contract

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW fA61PtArtrttt>G plete, assuring prompt shipment. Madison county: Possibly the largest year.
l acreage of cowpea hay ever /grown prices are advancing.
,; Offices! 4 Bank, 5, 6 Duildinll',1t1aslmmee and, 7 Citizens suo" co year. Much of it has already been
Florid ,Southern Seeds put, but later plantings! are not ready. in November, December, January and Feb

!but but later plantings are not'ready. ruary. We advise ordering at once to save,
Carefully grown, closely selected always This hay is bringing a record price ,
T. M.
RIVERS, M. D. money.'I
dependable. Full assortment) gar. and will prove a profitable cash, crop ..
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON den and field. Strawberry and vegetable to many farmers who had the fore- Write or wire for prices. .
plants also a specialty. Write sight to reduce the cotton acreage and

....OD.Office.ver Rnldcnca Qsceola II Pharmacy today lor our new taU catalog. put in more hay. J. NOONEY & COMPANY'I

OnTIc 141. b : Dade county: Ten thousand acres I

I ,E. A. Martin Seed Co. will be planted to tomatoes on the 504 Consolildated Bldg. Jacksonville}} Fla-
"' lower East Coast: this season. A ,
Jerseys them ,six of .
pastures on acres
Para grass The grass looks as good .
Metal Roof. Put on and now as it did six weeks ago when the .,
Gaaranttfd cows were turned in. A sum of $5,000 ..i '
14.." KISS1MMCE. FLA has already been subscribed to the :
Dade County fair which will be held "


f i Office over Pilley Building attention of those who are sub-
Oflnca 'HoursS-IS 1-I ject to taxes and licenses ft. called: to "I

,l CHMe tM Admlnliterrd'Phon. 16$ Rrsldrnce for Extraction'Phoa.f 91 the announcement of County Attorney Nicely furnished 14-room Family Hotel, conveniently ,
Teeth W. B. Crawford and Tax Collector C.

i : With full! realization of the disastrous influence of L Bandy in this issue of the Gazette. located, with electric lights, hot ..J
i O. r. KRIBBB W. J. 3TKBC: the war on all business routine, our buyers have put '" ..

t KRIBBS &: STEED forth unprecedented effort to secure 'the greatest ad. copper carbonate solution. Bordeaux and cold water, baths, and all modern conveniences ,Y'
mixture being by far the most com-
ATTORNEYS AT'LAW vantares possible for our trade.

t I, Legal business of all kinds CT! ..' mon.If growers would remember, these will be sold at a bargain. Established J.

prompt attention. facts and mix their sprays"according: "
? Offlees 11 and 11 State Bank Bid*. Full Stock--Right Prices, U> what they need to use in the field winter patronage;Jarge tt lribe.turned.
1 r ; KIsslmniee, Florida. instead of being so eager to get something -
"all ready for use," better work away last season. For particulars, address

,We, have a complete line of fertilizers and the would be done at far less cost. All
J Tat
r JaIaD.toD a. P. a rrtt proprietary mixtures, that is mater-
v JOHNSTON & GARRETT I Ittr greatest: stock of fertilizer materials ever known in ials put out under trade names are P. O. BOX 413 Kissimmee Fla.
; the State of Florida. Prices are higher than in normal invariably compounds of arsenic 'and ,
I. t
S ATTORNEY-AT.LAW times, but are" as low as consistent with exist. 'opper-the 'best of them being mix- a-tf .

s' Offices 10. 11 and 12 Citizens Ban! ing conditions tures of arsenate of lead and Bor- '
deaux mixture-and you can depend
a .BuildingFt*. upon it the amounts of activelngred- .'...*+0'' 0 .. . O.t.t.oO..fO.tO. 0 ooooo'.f

( ients in the material sold are low
Ideal FormulasOur enough to leave a handsome profit for i Cold' for !
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY.AT.LAW the advertising of the trade name. Storage Fresh Meats .
; But even in the mixed sprays called
formulas all have the same perfect proportioning Bordeaux-lead arsenate, etc., there is $ f
and .blending of ingredients that have made a wastage.! Some conditions call for Eggs, Vegetables, Etc.
Waring Building. stronger, other for weaker sprays or Y .
their superior field value the past quarter century. one of the other of these ingredients,
I Quality has not been sacri feed in the 'slightest de- so in using a commercially mixed STOnAt1E. : RATES ON MEATS:

1 gree. Write for catalogue and price list. spray almost invariably the grower *
J. W. THOMPSON has too much or too little of either the Storage on all Meats, 1.2 cent pound, Fifteen Days. ,
fungicide or insecticide. ; 1

, FIB al Director Wilson Toomcr' Fertilizer Co. State papers To be please continued copy.) Curing Pock ready for smoking, 1 1.2c. per pound,

; ... Curing and Smoking 2c per pound.
Manufacturers- IDEAL FERTILIZERS .

;; f AND Dealers Spray Machines and Insecticides. What is LAX-FOS

i Jtcksoarille Florida ;.: LAX-los IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA Bring us' your hogs the day they are killed. We will do

MBALMER3Uw l A Digestive Liquid Laxative: Catharticand the rest. '
& Local Liver Tonic. Contains Cascara Bark
Waters Carson Co
Grocery Agents Blue Flag Root, Rhubarb Root Black ,

rt ,Ait*. Root,May Apple Root,Senna Leaves and : L
I I..Pen. Combines strength with pla : KISSIMMEE ICE & COLD'STORAGE'CO.: } 'if ;

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':, Mr. W. L. Hulbert, from Cleveland, vited into the Kibbe home on Wisconsin -
SERVICES FOR IRRIGATION Ohio, is at the Bon Air, arriving in the avenue. They are Kentuckians, FOR THE BURNT DISTRITt4;
Wonder City last week. and host and hostess understand howto '

dispense true Southern hospitality I ,,
Mr. Westerfleld is glad to be at ,- I'r'-ftA '
-- home again on Wisconsin avenue aftera Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Bias arrived,last .- : 4 C: .
". .. pleasant trip North. Tuesday from Huntington W. Va., ;r..Jit. .
Through the.efforts of the Business i stopping at.the Bon Air. Mr. Bias returned J* K. Conn one of our fofemoeT y'T1': ;

i Men's Club, Engineer Ginn has Comrade Yeager of South Ohio home Saturday morning, leav. business men and capitalist coin e'"

agreed to supervise free an experimental BUSINESS MEN'S CLUB avenue, arrived on Wednesday even ing his wife in our midst, but he carried INTERESTING PEOPLE to the front, with a splendid? plattf*!!,:i;{' J / '
p irrigation plant to be located ng's train, glad to be home again. = away in his shoes-enough Florida the Improvement of Tenth "lit'
within the immediate vicinity said to bring, him back sooner or later.It b" "
y anywhere." Enoch Tyson one of our genial Four elegant store rooms are the i .:p.
is an unfailing charm-a welcome
L or )surrounding country to St. TO ADVERTISE CITYThe VISITING ST. CLOUD
Cloud and Ktssimmce. A plant of young friends from Narcoossee, wasa awaits him. come of his plans and these ari.*".1 \ "

this kind after the land Is cleared and business 'caller in our city Friday We/'are glad to see that our, former rented ready for occupancy theo, .Q'. ., '
i, in condition for cultivation costs from Mr. C. E. Burns of Springfield 111., townsman! J. Woodbeek, is minute that the finishing touches' :
$125 to $150 per acre. This is based Business Men's Club is swing-1 also a Bon Air truest comes to enjoy in our neighboring town prosp..rIng of 'Kisaimnlee.i Everyone is acquainted with J. W. j administered, thus Mr. Conn bje J ',4,"; ..
upon a five-acre tract and includes a i ing into line like an organized army the' balmy air of Florida. We' hope Mr. ,Woodbeck is running Miller.our curbstone real estate substantial improvement indicate'ifaith ,1..: 4'
two-inch artesian well. For the St. and the step will. soon be heard he is here to stay picture of the highest class .and the broker, who'notwithstanding the fact in the increased prosperity j .. ''''.. ,
y Cloud district it is deemed better to through the St. Cloud district. This kind of service and entertainment that he has never yet' hung out a continued improvement of St. Clfl 1,
Mr. and Mrs. Wood of Massachusejts :
install 'a three-inch well .Q- that the I club metagain Saturday! night in is giving is being greatly shingle,' manages from time to timeto This gentleman now owns one of. ,,
I avenue.,..returned Tuesday evening appreciatedby ,make real estate transfer but best blocks in the locatedat i'
suction lift, if the water does not flow I executive session, to discuss several the Kifsimrnee theater-going pub a city, .fI>>:...
to the surface, will provide a quantity matters of interest, among them being after a pleasant'-visit with their lic. Mr Woodbeck hesides., very few people know that his wife northeastern intersection of .Terr
t I of water, sufficient for ten acres. the of advertising St. Cloud daughter at Orlando.Mr. both the theaters in Kisimmee running!, is ,director was formerly Kate Teal and that she street with Pennsylvania avenue. t"f. ... :
,w This well would feed into a' 4-inch for mater/( season. Booklets were and Mrs. Byers, recently returned of the Kissimmee band. was a schoolmate of William Howard building has two spacious' store ..
tile which would convey the water ordered printed :and committees appointed from a summer sojourn in the Taft. with apartments above. It is .
The Ide Bros have purchased'LAw-. Mrs. Miller states that Mr. Taft known positively whether Mfc ,.a "
along the line between the two five- to make subscriptions from North. They are once again settledIn ,q ..}
l acre tracts. At each fifteen feet of the business men and those having their lovely home on Penn avenue. ton's grocery store. The Ide boys are was always known as Bill, and that he intends building or not, but If it tot \,;,...,.
i distance a box would be provided by rooms to rent for the season. A bulletin very popular in St. Cloud and their I} was such a tease that many times,she hoped that he will do so, 'as. 1$ itl -
'rr the use of a two and'' one-half foot board will be installed at the depot Mr. W. II. Wiseman came in on the many friends will insure thepV a 'f would have taken delight in wringing a foregone conclusion that th*. Itf ...
; eight inch vitrified sewer pipe to be and information required by visitors morning; train Wednesday His many,I speedy success in the grocery busi I I his neck. Even at that early date itI j, will be away short of accommodat : .,.. ,
provided with a concrete bottom. This to our city wilt bo posted for friends have been giving him the glad ness. Their policy will be to give; 1 was the hope and boast of his parents of this class after the ravages*f, "'t4./!+ '
" be\.a ground aainst their benefit. 'The instructed hand of welcome. He. is at home at the best service 'and the | that they were going to make Bill great fire in July. This firs dent
Jttr.:; ; secretary was
S i hat the Bon Air. best groceries that be purchased 'Taft of the United States. approximately two hundred .
I the'feed'1iM'& : >m l-foir-Jthe ,: / can president and set}
t I extend down to the level of the drain I I registering of rooms to rent and authorized o7i'm Mrs.=Poole( of! "Ohio-7.1.'WIl1tI'M'avenue made; ':.""':'I hr.?fie.ttlwru; 'I'hey-wilJ.iI91\tJ.nIl: Jo.da.l ..J4 iI, lateLJ.b.ItI.r.ollowin'' nty rooms, which were always fuy' _
tile that would connect and divert the to advertise in the National flying trip to Jacksonville, taking,advantage liver goods in the. same manner fol f Interesting 'Tafl'irearlier nfid7tlWeMf' ,'g1r1R''bc' : forer'theyxv4rt".uaerm"catastrophated"
i water to, the tract to be Irrigated in Tribune that a tabulated list of excursion1 rates. and com lowed by Mr. Lawton. Mr. Lawton, school days, or rather his Sun. It is rumored that
parallel rows 'three-inch drain' tile ot all 'vacant rooms; with the location bining business! with pleasure, and.returned .. has not fully decided what he will! do.:;I day-school days: on the ground floor will be eonstm';|tie ., ,'
of the common clay variety. These and description would' be available home last week.* .. . but he expects to take a much. needed The Taft brothers William and a splendid auditorium1 to be *... .'
tile to be laid on a grade of practically at all times by addressing the rest for the present Charles; were 'started -to Sunday well for moving pictures and Um t.' r
Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson of: Penn school shoes but when ions of art and for the
one inch to the hundred feet across secretary.Several. Roy Taylor received a letter few wearing they entertainment
the five-acre tract other important matters avenue, arrived last Thursday even- days from Frank Gilbert a who were out of sight of their home, they af the public, and for city conretittoitfi
ing. Both are glad to be home again ago by the removed their This is a proposition which battl'Zo
The connection from the four-inch were discussed which will be more writes that he has left Melbourne stopped wayside,
--vItrified sewer pipe,' line, called the fully matured at the next meeting of and kept busy receiving the glad handof where he has Leen.employed, and is on shoes and stockings hid them somewhere been neded in our city. v "'.<
feed line, is to be made with a small the club next Saturday night and will welcome from a host of old friends. his way to Tampa, whore he will stay by the roadside and went into The gentlemen from Michigan-lAJT
1 iron spigot cemented to 5<< hole that is be announced the next issue of-this Mr. Reynolds arrived last week for some time, perhaps permanently.G. Sunday school barefooted. The fond 1\Iuth. who purchased the Durham lots
to be cut into the feed line and extending paper. from the Johnson City home, Tenn., W. Penn, whose building burned parents soon learned of their sons' last Week, contemplates returninr-
t. < to the drop pocket heretofore de much improved in health and looks. during St. Cloud's holocaust is aboutto deceit and disobedience, and the shortly in order to go into the prr of
scribed. The spigot, of course, to be M. N. JOHN WITH ORLANDO. Will be glad to have his friends call at build a bungalow on his lots on mother severly reprimanded the two sition of outfitting tese'lots ,wivt"*
connected and cemented to the drop SENTINEL his home, corner Kentucky avenue and New York avenue, where he will make young men.. ,Bill was not perturbed by splendid two-story; structure with
pocket into which it is to protrude a Fifth streetMrs. his future residence. Mr. Penn hopesto his mother's severity. dark colored pressed brick front.Hi.
+ -sufficient length to allow the line to "Mother," he asked, "why do you has some plans which will be of greaf
I rebuild his buildings the south
be plugged in order to divert the water -, The Sentinel takes pleasure in announcing Metzgar, afte"; spending the east on send me to Sunday school?" interest to our citizens when
that Mr. M. N. John yesterday sumer at Moline, Ill, arrived Wednes corner of Pennsylvania and "I send to school Mrs. developed.
to other portions of the field or to I you Sunday ;1"
'cut It off entirely from any Sf the I joined the editorial staff and will day night by auto, and is at home, Tenth street at an, early da=te. Taft replied "to make a Christian'gentlemen Mr. Bleach's buildings-bn the South.west 0..

pockets where crops might be growing : hereafter be night city editor. Mr. corner of Connecticut avenue and Floyd Mosier, our former popular of you-to make you a true corner of Pennsylvania avenue. R.
with sufficient moisture regardless of John is a native of Illinois, but secured Fifth street. Many friends are gladto groceryman, returned last Saturdayto follower of Jesus Christ. and Tenth street are assumnlg impoex ,q,, K' ;
+ irrigation.At most of his newspaper.experience hear of her return. his old home i,in Carbondale, Ohio. "Mother," said Bill, "have you seen ing proportions. They are neariitfr "" '.t; ..
j the outlet end of the parallel at Salt Lake City. In July he I The cool weather makes us feel as He will return via New York, to those! large pictures of Jesus Christin the second floor line. Mr. Hedrick,.tha-) W" ,,
', rows of drain pipe crosing the irrigated was called to St. Cloud by the deathof if we were going to get even with which city he will make the trip from the Sunday school room painted in contractor for these buildingsHias hle'- ,,,
tract at right angles to the feed his father. He is now a resident of our ice man, although the citizens of Jacksonville by boat. Roy Van Den. bright colors" material neatly stacked on"the grounds' 'q )
Orlando and is delighted with the city took him Kissimmee his "Of !I" and it Is not !
'r line tho three-inch drain tile are inserted I St. Cloud really have no kick on this berg to course necessary to stats! that .
in a sewer pipe box of the same and the people.Mr. I score as Edd George has given us as new Buick together with the Doolit- "And you say you wish me to be a everything will move with precision' If .
John succeeds Mr. A. G. Ivey, tle girls, who him a affectionate true follower of Jesus Christ?" until the final completion of
size as at the feed end with the excep: clear, as cool, as hard and as refresh. gave very thest' r
who has been night editor for some goodbye at the Kissimmee "Yes, son, I wish to make buildings.Mr. .
tion of a cement partition placed in ing ice as ever clinked in a glass of my you ) I
the pipe a little past the center at time. Mr. Ivey. has been an.efficient tea. station. We shall all hope to see Mr. ,him your model in every way." Hunter's block is marlwqrk:: ,
right angles to the drain tile, this par- man and we regret his departure. lie Mosier back in our city at an early "Well, mother, did you ever see a ing its way towards the sky line/-The' '
tition is provided with a series' of will devote all of his time to the Or- Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Kibbe entertained date, and it is the understanding thatif picture of Jesus Christ with his shoeson masonry work will soon be complet sdsy! *; .
holes! two inches in diameter, the.first ange County Citizen, which he recent attea last Friday their friends, buildings are erected at his old corner ?" and one more link in the chain S";
) being located on the bottom level so' ly purchased, and we trust he will ] Mr. and Mrs. Bias from Huntington, he will again return to go into It is needles to add that the young building! up the fire district 'will-h-f {,; fH
that the water for drainage purposescan have the best of success. W. Va. It is a rare treat to be in- the grocery business in St. Cloud. I scamp went on his way unpunished. been forged.; Contractor White' has j ".J. =-'
course through the 'ground from Mr. John's career has been somewhat -; ... wanted no time in the erection of thl*' >'l'1'
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one end of the tile to the other in an varied. During the Spanish. T building. *'.? ** ,, !J i'.
unobstructed manner. Above the first American war he served in the Philippines The outlook is for more buildlngt-X'-: .'r !

.. hole is three or four otl ers spaced for two years and then taught BATHING BOATING AT ST. and better buildings, and as haa ,,.
About three or four inches apart. The school for a like period. lie attended AND CLOUD I ways been the case after a sweeping; ,.:..,j(

-operation for the irrigation is to plug Stanford University" but most of, his " ,,.., ... ,, fire of this character the'quality wilrv ,
these holes up to the, stage! "' where?,the life, has "'been' devoted \\to.' tho/news-i- t [ s, l f }i''lklxytfr. <' '. d outclass the old structures and", the J
water is to be contained in the ground4 paper field &We extend to him alwelJcorho city will .be a great winner while .114") ; L-
This'. hcightlisltoLbefigcugedlbylthe 1 ; and trustj peoplelwill'extendto unfortunate property holders ,are-
root system of the'plant'.intcnded'tobe ; !' 1 him>J the]traditional I goodwill I I for losers. i.,'
irrigated. For the first planting which 1'Orlando". is"noted.-Morning Mrs. Kelly,' the Durh-ftn;
the water is elevated to the top notch Sentinel. lots, has decided to build and"her .old! ,
so that the ground appears with a .f n tenant that occupied the building end -" 1, S
the entire ON TilE SICK LIST furnished us with 'savory breadscttdV *
thorough/ moisture over aurI ?,
face. This would be six inches below delicious cakes and cookIes "iSK" ,aeIei.. '
I the ground; level. The capillary: attraction Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bartlett of ', from his Ohio home ready ffr U *,re-J .. 'fw1
doing the rest For an outleta South Ohio avenue, failed to appearat 'i,+._ :".. I.' : e establishment his business. t .z .
galvanized iron pipe about eight church last Sunday. We'regret to c'V, ;: _,,' '. ,': i : The Atlantic Coast Line-depot Tie J
feet long is necessary any two inches learn that their absence was due to being moved across the railway track? _i iI'.ti;
' in diameter cemented in a careful the illntss of Mr. Bartlett.- His pas- ; :: preparatory to the erection of the jsew> ,( -> '
manner to the outlet box as it ,this tor and; preacher pray for his speedy et. .-, : " depot which is an imposing structure 'r..l
point the water head in the tile will recovery. Mrs. Bartlett wa greatly of pressed brick of the' terra eoCta *; +.,j'
l>e two feet above the pipo and when missed by each member of her class. color and soon the little park aretndw :1 .
the plugs are removed from the back. Comrade Shields is critically ill at the depot and between our two m-t '
his home on Illinois avenue--not much $. V I
water considerable pressure is ha.1} at important streets will be .stacked "
''this point. This pipe passes through hope entertained for his recovety. i I Ifl'J high with building: material for ttiisr**" f t
a solid portion of earth the eight feet Mrs. Esther Port in .ims been quite ,i Ir i long.needed structurp and we earosft...;..;' ..'},
which generally forms a driveway for sick at her home, corner Kentucky ] at ,- ly trust that the good work will go nand '-'J" .
'hauling/ in and out and for turning the |avenue' and Seventh streets. Her I each succeeding week we willjbei-t "
cultivators' ( and teams at the end of I mAy friends will be glad; to learn she I able to furnish the readers ojf the>Oavettc -; J;,
is improving, and hope for a complete a full line on the ;
the rows, and prevents the water from prospecttMarulfutures """ .ofJ
seeping or breaking through into the I restoration to health. I IMr in store for us t:* .*. .:,,,.,.,
open ditch which parallels the feed Lemuel (Griffin of .Kentuckv :. I,': --, ........ \ -
line on the opposite Hide and .Is at avenue is recovering from a long r. .-.. -,_\ d. ... Tweivo.cents per 1 p' und fro t' '-1', .
right angles to the whole line of spell of illness. Friends and neighbors I I "- "'7-J '--. .. -... __I ---o;:> .-.-- niece ,n the !United States will t 'kTV fi fl

\, 'three-inch tiles. This outlet ditch rejoice to see him in his accustomed -I . -T -.... .. ". .. ..:. .. ; --, .;.''T .'...=- Christmas package to ur soldieraK! !* 'T's.s-
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r seat on' the front porch. ; ,' I> if mailed L* *'
France by November IB rtif" j
which should be at least three and : ..::: .
one-half feet from the surface of the Mrs. Martin, sister pf Capt. Sheldon ...:. 'tr; :---".: :- marked "Christmas" Measuft-i.1 ''i"".,.
irrigated; field down to the established with whom she makes her home I -- '?" .. : -:;. have boon taken to have packages r ;
corner of Kentucky avenue and Sixth .. : --'II'\ --- ceived in Fiance which .r
grade; Une andso constructed thatit _. .. ... ; are nark' "
would have at all times a complete street, was services missed where from she the is Sunday I : '"'1." ,....,io... ." '. : tl7',.) ".." ,A:,, .',' it.4.:0.., ,::&: ....... .. '" ..,- ,,, {.. "_ .' .._- .:;:. for Christmas delivery, delivered o x -
.drainage. morning a regular I '. .,.' .. ,: \ .. r ; '>f-ff'" ..:.:.. . ............ Christmas morning. Parcels soot a;; .
In next week's issue of the Kissim- attendant. We sincerely trust her -,e' ,-f .'" . t.";;""' : 'I.W'" ;.. ., '., .'1.,,.'; .. 'rN. -. '. . .., ed will He held at convenient sta , .: .
absence was not due to illness. '' .. . . : ".,. -. .. ""' for .... ..
.. delivery that .
_ jnee! Valley Gazette an article will be *<:.. -l .. . '- .,!It. '-:<...".. -, on day. This, 'If-
presented describing-the entire methods ,Comrade-Caldwell.whQ_is quite feeble _': .,-.. - . ,. ", ,, .f .." d- <<- : ,:- insure a real Christmas fur our, .
is being cared for at the Stickney .. e' r'.A... :-" ....... .... .
of sub-irrigation as described by I Il" .. inFrnnceJf parcels are _
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'home on New York avenue. ...t. I ... ,'" .. . .. . promptly and"prevent\ -Chr ..
r Mr. Wilbur A. Ginn engineer, who : .. .' . . "" ''' .. -- : t
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1.; has, perhaps, installed more successful '. uo.-:_ .f.t. > -__ ,..,..: . ; >> :'' _' character of the parcels: beingde-iA: : ," ,
irrigation; than other stroyed by too early .delivery """> ; '
plants any 1
one engineer in Florida, having been .. r :- w ., ,- --';-- .-.-- .--. ...... .....
actively engaged at Sanford for about .
ten years where the greater portion of AT THE LAKE FRONT a smile to a few careworn people in ,THE MAN TO CO TO :)
ft this class of work exists. Mr. Ginn CHURCH our city. We feel that it is our dutyto \ SUBSCRIBE FOR THE ,
The Lake Shore Club held their add little and then that For Muh-lrrlscafIon, t '
a spice now
of drainaj'e ,
chief this .
J.' was the engineer For expert d..I.. I.yout. '
{ ; district and has been in chargeof Morning services, 11:30 a. m. regular tournament Thursday nightat we may overcome the cares of this H'or difficult and Intricate Murvrys. KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE :: :
? its perfection. Many systems have Evening services,' 7 p. m. the Club's pavilion. After a most workaday world so aptly described by For ntlo ronMru-rtlon, :

1" been installed in Florida but none of Christian Endeavor, 6 p. m. delightful banquet, heated contests John Kendrick Bangs in his parody \ For Wnr rrlnforpd ronrrrtv InrltlKrt concrete and work ret.I.I.R, and all the of Osceola" :
"', ; them have met with the success that Bible School 9:30 a. m. 'were waged for the five hundred .hon an 'It's Raining Daffodils:" ....11... .\.l treimWILBUR get newt ISpecial
, Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7 m. County. a" 71
'this Sanford district has been able p. ors.At A. GINN. Civil Engineer
t 'to achieve Rev. J. T. W. Stewart, pastor. Miss Wimpy's natatoriunl many "It is not raining rain today I IIt's "' '' 1'\0'\ "'UIlIt. KI.OHII RATE, $2.00 PER YEAR f.
This article should be read with interest bathers are yet to be seen notwithstanding raining cats and.dogs; l J .
and retained by every reader LIVINGSTON MISSION METHODIST the cool weather. The visitors It's raining bills that 1 must pay '

11 I' 'for future reference as it has been EPISCOPAL CHURCH to our beautiful lake front always For coal and gas and togs; 1-,>-, :oooJ.o..tO r> ... .Ottt .. . N O 0 0 '--0. '"' _
demonstratd that the only practical enjoy the pleasures of thin delightful It's raining!! rents in Nellie's hat, "'11' 't
,; resort. The water is gradu- And holes in Bobbie's shoes.It .
'way of making a living in Florida by. Rev. II. II. Bowen, pastor r -
'. trucking and intensive farming is Sunday services: ally ,rising so that it is over one's headat is not raining rain to me, 1 Sale :
through the system of correct sub-Ir- Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. the diving board. Miss Wimpy in It's simply pouring blues." r. ,., :
her tON
spacious bathing pavilion i
rigation. Mr. Ginn states that the Preaching. 10:30 a. m. I '
:>Ur-| land at St. Cloud is equal in every way Junior Epworth. League, 3 p. m. distinguished herself as ,a charmingand TW 1'l.'"'NDRED. OHIO TOWNS : "
to the Sanford land and the man will Epworth League, 6:30 p. m. gracious entertainer. Everything'Is .. OUT OF COAL .
wJ be lucky that receives this first free General Class Meeting, 6:30 p. m. immaculate to the smallest degree .

!' donation through our Business Men's Preaching, 7:30: p. m. and his welcome even her handsome sentinel wags Although the output of coal is 10 'PAINTSP.{ I
Club. The Intrinsic value itself would Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7 p. m. to all guests. per cent. over 1916 and 25 per cent.
i be but about one hundred dollars, but .Official Board Meeting every first over 1915, two hundred Ohio towns
I', the value of having a practically Tuesday p. m. "A. LITLE NONSENSE NOW AND are suffenng from lack of coal, caused
i f- 'working plan that would be mechanical Sunday School Board Meeting second ' THEN" manufacturing and transportation :
in its operation and absolutely ef- Tuesday 7 p. m. activities. We have not seen any new E. WILLIAMS.,
'feclive would amount to', many hundreds W. F. M. S., Ladies' Aid and class We have "been severely brought to items to the effect that any one of \ do. FU.
v of dollars to the 'pel'llons that work. upon announcement. task for the cheap humor that has these two hundred towns have started ne Luber M... St. ,. *- ',45
would avail themselves of this oppor'tunitjr. All seats .free. All welcome to all appeared in these columns but we observe a petition for the recall of their City

'p j . i. meetings. _, '-__ that we have been able to bring Council. r -. +.$ ..;:. .. 1'I
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Proc eedings of Mr Tulley J It Quy( ist nrc.e.Iran teiir puntls Nil. iw N<,< K .S4I.ono.ooM NO.'STOPr!'
A Stall hI''', labor Nx 13 6,60 CANNING CLUB NOrSJ I I'I

the School. Boar'd A. J. MacDonough) architect, rub- :
"I r milted plans' for the Kennnftvillo] : -
) . '11I'hI10Iholllll', which were accepted 'I' Interest in the conning clubs of Os- Mr, and :Mt.. Geo. W. Hopkins of MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES u
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ceola] county is centered theapproaching Kau Gallie, have recently returned' to '
around .
Bids for the construction same
Ksim! (' ', TlM.. Oct. 1, 1917. I several I I::
: their home after
short course in hom )
wet'ordcl'pd advertised the board. I ;
.The gihool: Hoard met in regular A\ comniuiiicatlon from Tulley Guy !I dcmon tcation work, !and) tho conteatI month inpcllijt'an.: One of their first _. ". .
? t'1IIeulon. there bplnjr piegentV.. C. I which is- held! at that lIme. trips by auto since coming south wasa :
.I BBB chairman W. K Lanae-r .and 'J. lskillfor! an iucreuse" 'In salary for Every Here's my guarantee-41o to any dni. iJ,
1. ; j 'Ioodson's To
tl'ito, !HOOT Park where spent Liver Tone" Is Harmless
tH. BaUdcn also C. E. Yowell, super- trulIspol.tnjupi111.$ \ to School l No. ;5 1 j member of the club is obliged to fiecp \ store and get 1IHI cent l bottle of Uo 44' mtl'ndl.1)t. was picsentod to tho,15oaVtl.: TKo. 'board a record-of\ the crop and to, write .u 1 Kpverul days with their daughter, Mrs. Clean Your Sluggish Liver ....n.a Liver Tone. Take A spoonful and *

.. The"-minute of the 'last meetingswere did not nllow the .inci case. >' I story which I is a history;' of the year's W..lf. Kempfer. if it d,M> n't otr nigh ton you right up /
'M i.. and* The superintendent called! ) the attention t- I woik. The meeting( will include "a i! Sir.. ami :Mrs. C. C. Burgess ofMnl- tnJ Bowels.; And make you feel fine and! vigorous/ 1 .
wad approved.The of. the board to the fact that I t two-clay: *es"i
A .. school St.ate Dank of KII4Rlml1\, I it' xvoul'd' be nccessuVy to !borrow club hissh'S, .and lads too for that matter | Park vn routo ,to Kisslmmee and Or.lando. tTglll CnTomfl makes! you' nick. Tt' got 'jo"r'" money. 1 lo
county depository, l'l'o'h1Q; . u- money: 1 :folloM-a: /I' of tho chooU< until the taxes were I I boys' who arc regularly enrolled and j, ;Mr. and) :Mm., Ifichard Grimes for- ding tonight and tomorrow you hiay lone it i in real \liver medicine' entirely vegutable i." '

t ; ( rtirrnl *' .h....' Kmml collected, The board authorized\ the lire Kiowimr 11'dOJ"will be thottuoetx nlpv residents here, are attain making a silLy work.Onlomcl therefore( it can not salivate or I''
; of 1 KisMinmeq. Tho girls their home with us. Their many i i.* mercury or quicksilver make sick. :
To 'l>i\lnnt'<> on linml 1 u* |I" 'iiKHt (chairman and, county superintendent, ;! will) you
3 r.port, .. .. x . . UII.71A.IP( (to inn lit, airiingcmentD, \ for sccuiing\ uppenr in their blue /und) white uni friends me gtad-to' welcome' them which caiiWH ni-cromit' of tin: bonw.Calomel. I' guarantee that one spoonful of Do ,
; T", Jinount *<"<"d'iveil from. MU' the \ funds, forms. Mr. ami :Mr\ *. Cotton and Messrs. S. wlx>n it comes Into contact iton's LhVr Ton will put your sluggish' !:!
""I KlH-linm-p. ., .. : l.KOO.OO(\ The li-ocesKHry I The nrlzes in the contest -will )be R. Ferric Joe ,TUckerson< Ben New- 1 with dour, L>ilo rnutlioa into it, 'breaking/ liver to work ancJ'el""n your bowel of
Tf amount r -<-<>lv" ii ftoin" UrBOBt : following ppointwents$ < WCI'Omade '' '
A'."... Ooror-irvllci, :3(1( !,STo : Awarded' according' to the' effort put ; comb; of Runnel), spent a few days it up.( 1 liia,; in when you fwl tfmt,, awful Unit sour bile and constipated waste I .,
r amount V*'G'o ,. 15 Yowfll f l' ",<' $ ) anil "all knocked out," if that I
Jolnox. who yourliver IIIR nnwrable. I guarantee
I and not lite Mr. \ formerly residedIIOIP. ( YOII".I
on exhibit of canned I
i ,' c .. expression.! School o1.1.
TO ri'foUtil' fi
'innmiit ont !
; nnmly 1 . .n 1 Ln : ,Cliuilotle Summers, teacher, School.a l fruits< and vegetable/: : lIon 'J The pant i I and) :Mr.\' Charles! Hatch residents, i I..* torpid "1111'-00"(11.. con tll'l\t<.J a. 'bottle of I)o Tn nmoiint nii-lvrii finn" P.,. IIVuidt . j Ko. .).-. ". ". .' season has been very unfavorable for 1 I of Fort Christmas made an auto tripto or you date )iesslacliu. , dlitim'M' coated keep your entire family feeling line for
' .... .. '' 2,1"11 I ; the ;Melbourne) visiten tonjfiio( if breath i III bad, (*r xtouiwh flOur, inonjhrt, Give it to, your chiMren.: It..i* I Ibarnu"R"
I To Jimiiniil, r.' *h..1 ft'>nnt Hr.. .. "... 'J II. AI' .Jtuckard, teacher, of !SchoolXo. ' ;young $gardncrs' andthe eailyidrouirht / onioyinif:' 'a j 1.1'It.. 8H>Jw" >n'a | ;. "'.'''811'' gripe and they like iUpttuuiaat
,n.... AtflU", t. 1\ptron..r _. 4lfl. -*>, in place Of ;\MeliaKce\ Holicruon, dain'ngod, /: the t f I ."'-- ..........-.I : farmJni l) )Ji''ln'ld. the inter Heor, 'Park. A visit} with him is sure I on my guar&utuo. taste. _
.. resigned.V. ) J.jF. while ) ._. '
IL9f4 T.ft .. ... . ... ..
min la bi plsasintfr "Mike JI" big hearty -' o- -'- - '- '--"---' -- -'----7 '
Ily paid "wnrI'nnt 11.. (i.t.i' II"'L."' '4I.t.t.HI i ! i \ J. Bui I'her.l tax nfst-a-ior, submitted heu'y! were .dl n"h'OUI4 to th e ( < /: '
.-.. I Ihc flIowlt'P'J'( \. to the lioa-id/ : I lower land, t'nlts( nnd lr ,'I nUIIIt1 _..__ ___ w.-;:: '1.14, ]\ (Ih' a
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: \ H vl'w/ the Honorable! Hoard of Public' I a- \ t-nergetic m'embers who have j I .2tj.: op, slightly over $40 n
J labored inclus1t'iouRly nil have ;\ Gordon: formerly! in the employ ;
I t'. !V. H. "%... '1..1' 5tr4IIJ4fllc! ; season 1 1 ;
'Ttl hn In" g'(' on hnncl 1 nIn I"'r ( :' tknmi: I 'hereby, > t' !j.tifr.t.ha t 1 little to show -rOI' their faithful work, J j of! :Mr", Oonejran, has accepted a 'position Another transaction} xx-as the shipment .Raise Your f

-<. '.1 ,./ lit. ritt, ..Hv.--.,, .'. ., :C1,, ..,.",' 36.!lt the 'f c iimouiO r ..,.' / Hnii lv ,/. ( ? > .:: kTh - .t''" ninounta tiKKeit-cd }in OH? special; ) school ) when awarding pri/es. two -curloU'ls' or" 70$ head,, of' grade "
"". : nmuiint r..I\'t f.tJU), P.r-, districts; Oat'tool'ol"ty(\ fof$ the Ono instnnco, of faithful Work in 1U'Y'UHKKTV: 1 HONDS( . I Hereford;' which,: brought" a )price of ,.

\ .IutI,. t..mJ''J; +' I, /o') .>:0 '''', .' Il eIltI-4T-flt;'; 'Of14... ..., : " ': ; i' club waljhatof :MisH'Bcrtha l ) n, thl.J ." I $444 aihead. I II MeatIf It
fJff.t: "," ," ," .t' tfl I :';.:(:: .,v \\1'' ,,,x.v:.;,ii,;'4 t ';...((:.;..,1 :-,'", *.>.<'....-jtx.i.i73.s7: I of Whi'ui 'I'. who d locl<1ed to ,' : .JAClCpONVILLE\ 6c. :L 2nv'ar; < .; The third transaction was j

III'RrrIIU, M''I'i':1I1'P: ', _)' 4' !!I' I: N'o. '2 '? ,.::':;',_;' .'.<__''J-4-. : :': ::.i''. 408.10 i *c.ctiait of 'fine hanunock more' than SirsWith three sons destined soort.for i by, Charles M. Uart of FoiL :Mcado of "

!I Dy n"IIII1(''' I.e. . ', .', .'; ''I No 3'w ..'iV.Ju" __,,+,._.,"', ' j three.miles; : from, her home. Her plot t ihe: battle front In I Europe, | am a carload of beef cattle to a Tampa" you grow a Garden, you can :
h' : ' No.4 __..::':-'u.,-- ,.- IS443.55'No j WlJiI' ]planted, .to coin and tomatoes, ], slaughter! hou. e. The price in this instance j '
... !II. ,U. ). >.>. :2 IIIIKliAlrtiici .1" :'5 -'.-'.*_,. ?-....'T---, 74.75i fine! most of the harvest wns utilized ), made to feel keenly The imperative, : wHs not made public but is grow a Pig. I 'will sell you a I t

ra report* on.h. nil .IIH. .'. (jxItut .'"'.
To amount reeolv.Mt., frotn I2r-. Willi canned.j I effective work( in putting an enJ to the Tire War upon the cattle tick anad I'

I nest AmoK, ('ofljtr.ltTr.I.. ..:.....:......:.. ?8,1S.OJrss $ j :Misses Kdith: and K)6n) Bass, also''German peril. This w-ork call!' for the improvement of cattle breeds in I Duroc for less, per pound than you

.4- 111 . amount; for Okeerh'obeo .' iVVhittior lasses" supplied, the family j money, money, money. The Liberty I Polk county is proxiiig. that this lice- I would pay for salt mf at. Better
*, inld .. 1110'-_ IHT .: County : I jtiible I wjfh 'bcivns and peat, and! have I I thin its l'
By | warrants n per .. ---.7---------- .lssn..rl i Loan i it Jho) only avenue for pru'mptnnd ; yeajr fround' range/i; / it I I come and pick one out beforehirrliWoT
fIJQwc(1! the I
- ( with ,
I crop ; sw ei pota- cupubl of
t _.. [ liberal 1 (riving/ by everyone. It i$ maintaining a highlY.l.t.9tiJ., '
: ;> 4 41! "' \ ''... .
.nnlRn. ? - .,1 lli! . ..-..,;. , ..-.t'ifli.;; !ilic ::.'10'=".t;::' tl 1''"'"VU"In a "'Mt-w 4 w jrtKyMJ: } e* If't.(' }, 1'lf' r fo 1 ; I.
qjrir- -
=" '- 4veI. ... :'I' liatiiinoifliai. ,,,"'. """"l '1'm "'ffl'- :trJl' : -" \ I.. I < iuxl veal : ';r ? 1tt't1tt<1f f r-I.01<()!<,,<';- 1>nl'01 I e;;,r |! dollars and l rents, but far more it Polk: county's other well known in1" ,

'To lii.t "('1>0'" ___ <..:.IIH'.. :tier::':'_$3.:101'411 tin- last day "br- (Ortober, A. I 1).. flIt\ ,, anmnuthe, members this year and la 'naves the'nKer beyond computation! -'-"'"":-.:.;D"Coariei'IhfSrmant., LOUIS J. PENNING : : .
-. I-g 1'1.'J..IH' nl1tH n$ 1'1'1111t' __ "4,41...' WM.: J. BARBER, growing/ sweet potatoes as his initial I from heart ache and, humiliation. : "

j.- C" l1nllll"'" __ _-_. ,_.: .__=..2.ffi-ii: Assessor' of Taxes, OacooUi t'ounty.Tln'ip I crop patriot Florence" of the Kdrls; hOt, another suffered Iokosee the- j Nothing will be more dit"ura/'ing, tithe Buy a Liberty: Bond and 'help win Near the B. :C. Miller Farm .,
I .
": .' lieinj no fuithcr, 1 liusinoss, the i loss I'runHian war lord, than t % thewar. 44 2(
$ I) No. I. I'liiMli of a pl'omish,1I'CI'OP' through
T.. },"I..II"',' >n lIlt Iil 11ft ,''h'r boaiil$ ) udjfiurnctl$ until thc next regular I knowledge that America! heaping I 'J .t I
-' Infit"ri'fi'nrl. 1-VI" .. .. ., (5,002. R"rTo meeting Novtinlier 5th 1017.' | heavy rains but is In no wise discouraged on the altar of sacrifice her money at:, .- -_. -. -. - .. ....=!
nnd will for j -- - -- ---
plant the
amount' iM't-olwil from jsr. coming I weld, Till that 1.Drop
W. youngmen. HoI (
AIIIOH, ('omj>tr ilK' ,/) ';._-._ .IS. Alto-sl: C.Chairman.C. BASS I sAson us noon. aS the weather conditions j benzollern spirit is crushed we can I 1': ---a 1 .

'.- *LAO.114 E. YO'Et.J"Sperlnll'ndl'lIt., permit.Miss not defeat the millions of ;its mud- | 9
lly paid warrnnta ".' ))11' 1J..L| .,- (11:11.' : l I j. All ina Smith) the county i dcned followers encouraged/: )tx> maim I Park Hotel
-+ N. : :\ agent! has interested) the school children even the little children of the people I Us a Card "

nie I nt Shingle! Creek and Campbell i they; would] enslave. I'lense help every ineighbor Afrt. A. Ro... P,o.,
I Station in Avar, gardens and) many : ic"c the for
.t ; 1 SECOND LIBERTY LOAN reason investing FOR PRICES ON "
[ 9II44T--------------------------I(117 I 2'e plots fill piomised there. As soon as in the Liberty Loan Bonds. GOOD CLEAN
I the planting begins the names of the I Yours Very truly ROOMS I II

t | 24 I yOliiigstersill. be published.! A. W. COCKRELL. I Sweeping Compound
I The bond of the s(>('oncli..uo. of the -- -- .. Alto
: I07 13 I Rooms Furnished
.1:::. Liberty, : Loan are to bo issued/ under !Misa r i Luoretia Overstreet ii spending POLK COUNTY CATTLE for I .
)*. III. 'II. "... U Knn.l ,
c . the act of congress, approved j ) by the the week with Miss Jeanette Pre-, Light
To balance 4111 hand iif l |nrJf Housekeeping
,.' L, _d IlIlIt report -c. .___ _.__. _-___. 12S1To : J im-Nident September 24, IH! 1. Vatt of Kissimmeo. BRING OVER $40 HEAD I The Gore Disinfectant Co.
I amount reeelveil frnm Krneat The'! am'ouitt of this issue Will be $.'!,- Mrs. Howard McLaughlrn ois spending I I
.Amoa. ._...____ .(t,5
I Comptroller.j 000,000,000) or
.; more; .1,000,000OOQ a few days at Travelers Rest'with The fad that Polk county and South REASONABLE RATES,

.Ily Bulnnee ._-_______ ...-___.__..J12.30 will be $ciffeicd) and the right is reserved her grandmother, Mrs. C. H. Bronson i Florida are'coming to the fore in the 41-41 ORLANDO, FLA. 44-tf

I' '1 Warrantv.<-re <>xnuifii; nml concelUrt to allot bonds in excess of that/ Mr. and Mis. P. G. Cromar.ta! '- cattle bleeding industry has been well 1 .
k 0: In otwn "<.....Inn| n" follows: amount to the extent of.pne-half of ited their da-jirhter Mrs. Arthur demonstrated in. three Bales of note r'
. H H. 11. No. 1 Kiin.1 (2H2, 31. the oversubscription. That is, if $t- orman Saturday night! and Sunday.Mr. AII'I which have occurred thus far this .
T H. H. 11. Nil 2 Fund *<"it,id. .
000,000,000( is subscribed the right i is Kenneth
visited the
R R n. No. 1 Flllul r.R4 DO.H Tyson latter -I week.
",.k" .' H. n. Ni 4 Fuixl IC.nnsin. reserved to issue $1,000,000,000 more part of the week with his On Monday the Lightsey & Lewis
'" '' BIlUjwpw Appi-orved and wnrranla" In- than the $3,000,000,000. ]Mr. I. P. Tyson., bl'oth.r'I' Cattle ('0", sold through the medium I
..ueel.a. follown: The bonds will bo offered for sale Mr. Malcolm Overstreet, went to 1''of Sam Summcrlin of E. E. Buchla, ;

; Ornrrnl Scfcool .'"...1 on October 1, 1917, and subscriptionswill Tampa Saturday to see the football buying\ on behalf of the Anthony R. S. FLOYD
.. I
\ if.rl "R Yowell, will .IIIt-c.'u| be received until the close of the
game. Farms at AnthAny, three carload! or
_ \V. (! On"". MflPT-------------- fi 0" business I

'. w. n. 1."I<'r. Mnrilllllllllli_____ ____;_ IO.RO.noJ. The bonds day will of October bear date-27 "'- -. .- . . . j jI Dealer In
; 3. H. BnlBdcn. Mil PI -- 2(1( November - - - - - - - - - - - - --- - - - -
y* S. Cndel Hal nttr-----------' ,12r.o 15, 1917, and will mature November I I
I -hyterlnn Pliurrli, ri>nt !Sell' 1. S.3SJlrHtton '
/'' & Uilcp. rent Si-li 1. hall' 15, 11)42.) But the government reserves Groceries Grain

./ pitrk .. -- -- - .- - -_, fi.oni the right to call in' anti pay the bonds Everybody Pays War Taxes ]Ii Ha.y, and Feed
4 Alex Hnyncd, rr'it !Sch' 2Bt. / _-_ _ II i miil in full with accrued interest any
: <.. \Voortnll, Janitor poll 1... rI1O.r. time
j ').fr" J. H. FlKOi-t, Janitor Mrh 1B.Oco ; ''III' uftci ten years /tfter\ their date. ) _u .. Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave.
T ChnniUt-r janitor Kcli; ) 2N. .OO The bonds are convertible gold i I '
..,. :Minn AlMml. HniHI ran club\ IIl1ti1l.tO, : / $! bonds Jlml bear 4 per. cent annual in-'1 WASHINGTON, P. C., Oct. 11.lIT .- [ und. }J..rSOI1Ulllffuirll. w'hl'Nithe'p' rela1 1, '
-. '.:./.' < '-'T1.I.Ifl.,,;Yowt'll n h '
: .......\.,.. .t ,,1I.. ,,., ,.:tlltlrlllfi ll r, n N'ovemnnd m r in c. :),, .. ;, I .;',' , '" I
." 1. 1MtCNt ;( ena f... .",
W 11 0111nn
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, 'I f.I JbdJ"'(ra, TeRtriyrjBfraplv z at jf t ()u h' 'iK -""". ",-, "-j" '. :, -'-' .' 4. .. -- ..

.' Minn: Kdnn S hw I ,I -_- JWeKftWRniposeill'ibi I" 1 ) 3 iO-pnge/: rl'ven I "'O+Oo-XH_>. -;..>_:".>_)Ox-: <-<":- v *=_>*.....+'<..;.<..>->.;_-M">'M; ; -:;.M>*5 ,
the IJnitsd lowing analysis of the war -
1* IB Franklin, tohr"No-1\ 1 ft iwi States!, anj' state, or any cannot ride on a tiain. -send u. telegram simple
k4 other jiosse'-sions .. of the United Snte"or visit thentci 11:1 11 ':. profits and income taxes has been pre :
Minx n<>KM| fl\t-l.l" | t 11"! V.I 1 t' M :," I'h, I kn. t"h, No IMOO i by any lotal taxing mithoiily, ex- n )bottle of prf.ent "medirinlII., ., .eball >Mirl. with the assistance of Washmi'ton'i D.C.WagflerlosuranceA'gency I
.'1''"'' LersMio'l, ,,,, 1.,11 lt I V.. 1 :,
I ,
(-('It ( a $ ifstate inlipritanre, lint lithe kind "f ) ll'u"il1gtllX experts :
')IVTI j if tsn.. I i. in, "" )l' I-, ., ( taenii -. 01 lilly : -pm$ tingrods j II
L,,"V\It.\ ,,,i.lm-, ., I t. ,In,, ,. ;:2II-X l lr < $'( ( I I'J' j jruidualed adilitional income a tub,,' of I tooth, p.i I Ic <01'i ,in\' The I Income Ta\ I .
i !,'",.! J" "'1HI.II |Ih' ';': 'II.X I. taxes, <-omuionlknown MS I stntaxi-s. other) toik't, intii It*. nun .111 aiit'imo- Who mu t pay ? ftvery; urmi.'n :od,;, ':i E 2nd. Floor Citiiens Bank Bldg. Phone No 30. :

) wopnioiimmonn' tcnr,. No 20-N._. toco) i'\i-f-.s" ]pro/its I nnd( war profit?) l tije u 'miitoi'('\ flc, or a i mi01' Inuit., I|: mi.n woman nr child with a net u: I :. ,
;M A
.lolllixnn. Mil I. In \IT \ IM II" .
.p. W'I-I JohnKftii, l"'InVc' imVfattl .. I I" 10i I tnxCM iid\l' or hcnaftiMmipo.spd.. Thc draw u turn1 di :nit. 1 Imv II bond (IIllit'e I j come fiom.ires. ; profits interest1, Tfift General! Insurance 'l
<- 1 IIII(. tnhr No 20-A\- . .....,,) a'nnot! liable to I ho ordinary l-'cdoral $ of stoi'k, oi send! in a prnfo( /, I rent (Ii' liny other source exci-edinvr! :: Leading Agency In Osceola Co :
.I. "Minn. 12dnii CiilUlMH. t('))11' N'i. 21.: :,,, .III. | nu'onic' tax. I nn' election! without, pjuvinjf/ fibutc to 441] ,4)00) for the calendar year 1)1"! '! :& .
Molliifier UoliliiMin. , ."Ir Xn '.'.". (iti Ii.' married !' .:r: WE REPRESENT THE AETNA HOME NEW
n"t! OF. YORK
and! a
O.ra UaiiMInc, ti')In- N.ijfi. 1 ,mi. TIle intvicot on an amount of bond* YUill'.1.1 t 1. Sn Ill tiel. eyerv"" person
T; :Mid. Knnnl.ilill, ' oii ,liTiNM, ") ':27 1'I j the i"rmi-i! )>al of winch) does not ux&-eI! .,J 54111)t1':" 1 r.Mhroujh I Jl'' I:,. i inioiniand I Ills' (11114' ,--,:('('('( inil $2,000.( ( ::: AND MANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE ::
x 11111111 Mimic.. Tv,,,,n. t l. hi.. Xn ''10. "..I, ,III,' ?;i'l,,1(4(3( (). \iH'd': I by any I individual I paitnoislup I txilspjohts< tax,'- m"I t le.,s (him, five Keturns: IntuIt l be nude' under nil'ii ,I'':. COMPANIES; ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.
:Ml! ""l 1.1111. I llllitK. .' -, "c'
t' .1 ( In S
; i kh 4'.1S ; II'' : 1
I..fol'era1'l'h: )
Ii r. .Imilnii." Mil 1.\-1\ hi. Vn In . __ V- (IIi / u" ociatin.I or; corporation, IIlrllioamI.r."n!) $ ; ; ,. \\ hi) !.a\e neverknouii on or 1. I 11)18. by every : AND CAN? TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF: FIRE =? {
lM'-oln. |ll .:. I'd. "Hllplil, M IS.Ifll! III'i ? -t-iiipto I Htoiil: .f.nitilii: l-ii':I., ITIInl.I: : s, |lT.,)i $in:'i.n for in clause ( b) almve.riif . tlifr pot-Keti nnd pay i it over directly( amounts: named above, even if \there ii< .:: LIFE. ACCIDENT) AND HEALTH, AUTOMOBILE, TORNADO- :X i iI
The .s nn .'lmi) (t. Honil:ill 1")1) J:< )Ii i I 4 | I'll 1 right is jfivcn to holders, of the Uncle Sam's! collector'.s Mil now I : :4 f r
.Tim, Oc-nln "Wiir" '<10' rnpli.HIltpHh$ $ |MIIUI.\ to exi-han(. 4 thorn for bnnd' I have to 'loam to mnke out thi!lr UixietuniJi $1.000 for fuilure. j t I':. ;
fI lt'i''.ll l I"| f. ;ji('.il... j !lcticjf) u higher rate of iiitflront ifany nnd master nil the intru-aeics < llow to calculate net income. Net ':L Insurance :'c': 1'
-"*" ""*Vii.1ff'slll' >'' l.< t tliTymui.*$ KTIfIf4-i i I'lfiiiiluK-. *"n $:ih ai .1111. such shall later I be. itmie'd$ l bjk, the I'I of 'a'uJatina-) "rroB/ and net income, income upon) which) the tax is levied, :: ; ;

< : 5''V i \ JS'57 ". :SJ -"" . - ixitmnr . -- I I'n'lt-tl:I Statea before the Urminationof $ i capital) tc/l.depreciation; and ex- !; is calculated by taking! the tNtal: .:::" ALSO BONDS AND LIABILITY. ::f '
",, I'tIIITTIII.. '\ wrtti'imil. =NI> I 1..r.1( j the war.- Thl4\ (0t1t'3-5ioi1 privilejrt'! omptiona.\ amount of money rccciveil, 1>7 the 'illdividual j 'J. INThESEDAYSOF'UNCERTAITITY

r'I Vsi Vffn\. 'liaini T.-l., it-p,: $ =No, l, . ,_ ,, muit !1)<. exerc'ipcd:=! ii'zi: t :ill, within six I Tit!! 11l'on1e tax now icrdios( down during the year(! from all :: PROTECTION : "II
I'll \
.: Hi.1'1'i $h''in' I.mi I AGAINST I
ij lfI$ :.Mnlliit'. >*.. To. cini' s.'n 1 -. ) '." montjiiii'ti'i(I t \the j i--s.uarjii'(" of l iso c II flixl I IIIX<':3 I it I IT; I levy from, ",'l'1')' lila I- Hourcos( find deduclinjr from that'j!: LOSS I IS ,A-WISE PRECAUTION, .

$... ,uwiihm, $ Sell, $ Nt.; 1 --- Jpi.lnl I h, 'h'I". j.ite* TiomKSHiNGLEREEK: I,I rjed $mnn 0,' wom'an, with an income amount the following items : ,' i'<.""" <. OO.c.<...:__x.-<__:":..;.:. : :-.'-<..,.oo:.:_... ....._ ...: ><.. .
Fiiinli'1nn i i'h :2H-N." 4 n. : o\.';Jr, -fl.OQO J ( nnd the !Necessary expenses! actually paid in -
luK-Iti $ \ynr! protits" tux 1 ..........
li-ical $
/ iiutii-iM. H)'< I lif.ii - -
J'J'11. 'Hlw MI! of t U.I.}. tenches c\ i i-y potation! with a net' carrying on any business\ < or trade, 'I.. ;i ,
: ; if'li. :/.11.: ; ; ; ':\ "IHI i i jlll'OIlIe'( oxer 1 $SnlO.; ( ( and, ext-ry, paitt'i I but. not inc-ludiii); personal living; j-: I

I, : "II""N' ". "" ",1111I.<: i iiiiitnltt.,. $ ... ',.' I ljip and 1 opciatmt i ; a family expenses.! :, FOR SALE---CASH PREFERREDOne
i > y $ STITITI" !31' IIIT j
.411 iiitprcst within the
liuiiiu's-i wh i'h paid <
:; "' ''. tiliurnnii :iiul 1"I I \ yiehl-s nioie than :
1 \H; -li$ 1 .. :yiilK; ( ( ) income nn indebtedness. except interest on
< -- I C.4! ) s ( net luring/; this year. ,
; I :M.iinl., the 1\; ;' .'.11, "Id il I 'iiightiM) of l block of five Lots in
I T \i\lilmni. wi.ik 1 on Hi elf- Kvery leans mqde for, the purchase of tax South Part of Town. 250
one ofhV$' the million! new
I l'I..hl . . -.- 7 fin I ::1li-s.: Silti- lo\\en dud Kndav, odo.1 $ I
Trlhun.' '. "..tI$ ... foi,' l.iiN i taxpa( >*rs ought! to learn as, /soon as" exempt I securities.taxes foot front
mi j I bur I I'Jth! :1 it t tho home nr I I her motheiVMK 208 foot depth. Rich Muck Soil! adapted for ,
"'i injhfl| ), 'mil. l",lir S<'h I pos-ible how to Hirure ._tjicir! !:_...taxea.i_ '-\11 loral1 !lteul and! fed 'al_ ; : -.
1I"J-.ww.-J.1t.t1 I-Ia1'-- '
: ,
"'tfI-tI.- . . . .., I . .. '
> 0 I laid to lest )IiIh<, grave of her'fathei no that they can now plan for w K **'*** -- Banana or Truck 'G'row 1g. Eighteen inch fall toit
I H, !X. .). N,,. 1 I-1a1T11, I the"" readjustments) in their business' ( Con'in' (I (On Page Nine.) I '
t i j in I the Shingle} I (Cieek ',
; *IMH| KfHi: U.,;:", tllll :N,, 2 . HI.'It"' ( ,'J1WI'I'Y'1 ,.".. ..- .. I ditch.' Makeyour home pay for itself.
.4. Ml. ntl.lllH. I.IK "". ((.Ill,' :N.-S . -- IU.11'1" I Siiturduv I: !i lauiuing! at I I 11 (, " I .
>fl$* lloltv I'hi-ilnii' ,, lilii' ;NIl |111.' 111 'mi, 1 I tie \l.IIlth! \\.'" or a sunny, sweet tlupoi.sition II I SOl'H.(1)I) STOMACHS (; l: "SYIU'P OF FIGS- ,
41 I' J 1* Ha rKim.' "I-N'ip tt -!' Xii 1 11..3! :.1 ;.: | I lint I will I I !I.<> greatly I: missed i" by JYE Apply GAZETTE.
K Mullor' > $ I 111II ., 1 7 iln) (; % Oil iNDKJESTIONKach : ) TO CONSTIPATED CHILI) 1 L 1I
.ft, ,. ItoKwIn, liilun, T34T': ,'iis, v ,,","| | iAV -,. "!' thoie) ,who J Knew .1 3 ,id loved her.Mi : sKM : -
3n"#" SlIg'" IIlt" -,II" ,.fl\-, \ .. 1in' I ii i i :\i r. "Wflt&1II iiison )left Ki idnv forsunn1 -- -. .
$' te'pliiia. \Iviinltii, ;:: l lot s< h L' r'If'" ' plai'e on th a-oast lIt in I I1di'inu.) "I'riiit KnxatUccan't harm ....... ... .. __ .. __. ..... __ __ ; -. '
: ) engage "Papi-'n, l Di.ipopsin". digests Tender little Stomach Liver I .* : > : :--:-: >->*<-.x-: :+: : : .: : ; : :+x :":..: _:+: H ).,..,.
". ,:... the ' .
S. $4. !.I 1..1 1'I iII1t(( )packing) indu.try.Mis. I '
fl"l1 1'.1"11' !S. J i TI I 'P 1. t I"" I. I 1 1" ,I' :\ W. (fl.i ItioMson of 'TrnvfleraHi ;?,00()()$) tcrain4 food, ending all and Bowels .4'.'" ". -
t Ii L Jt lUnn, Mil \Ii In v.'i _ ., 0--- I
) \t'in '" [ .IITJ
J I"I t, S with :Mis.Vul stomach in five TAX NOTICE
spent aiiil.iy i misery :
.. l look at the mother! lf !:
". n. >i>. II I'nml. LIT, ItiuM.onMiss' tongue, |1:1., i .
J R "'UllomB"01 I i i N.. 1 ,'' ..'' minutes. coated, your little one's stomach, liver 1
31 K Franklin. ""I) t ,in. N. i 1". .'. "" I I.lU..l1e"II'e.Ln" : :Susio; 1'ison .spent) the day nnd bowels need (1 :
: i mi,I", 'ti in" I \: l I.:. O 'ITO' :Suiuhuith> Miss I Ivn Nrswopger.! I : cleansing at once : Octob 3; 1917 ;
'I 1'ihllC14 I In five minutes all stomach \% hen peevish, crosn, listless, doesn'tsleep : 1

. . eat or a-t naturally or is fev'I' i '
-- will
--- distress No

1_,%.._ --:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:,.:,.:..:..:--:.....:..>.:..:.,:..>.:..>-..:..:..>.>-> >.;..>- I heartburn, sourness go. or belching indigestion of, ciish soie.. ,throat stofiiach diorrhoea sour, breath full bad of ;cold has, :4. Notice is hereby given that the

I gas, acttl, or irritation of undigestedfood < Kfve a teaspoonful i "CaliforniaSYI'uP :z Tax Books for
Stout Lumber Co 1 1. no dizziness, bloating, foul of Figs" and (In a few hours all J E 1917 will be open for
0 'I breath headache. ...
or I the foul, constipated'wnste. undigested j

'% SUCCESSORS TO MAY-STOUT LUMBER CO. ;: i I'apc's Diapcpsin is noted for its food, and sour bile gently moves J: collection on Nov. 1st. I am now

*, } speed in regulating upset stomachs., t>ut of its little bowels without grip. .
-1-, DEALERS IN : )Jt is the surest, quickest stomach ing, have a well playful child ready to furnish estimates these '-

Yellow 'and Cypress Lu'111ber. : remedy in the whole world and besides again. Ask your druggist;
pine Novelty' it is harmless ,Fut! an end to "cont bottle of "California Syrup of -:
i. Works lit Connection. 'O : stomach trouble forever by getting a Figs/ ," which contains full directions : taxes. 2 per cent will be allowed :

.! large fifty-cent case of Pape's Dia- for babies, children_ all ages and

:; ; It u our pleasure to give you estimates at all time,. jE pepsin from any drug store. You real for grown-ups. .- : on all taxes paid/during November. 1ft.
ize: in five minutes how needless it is ,
i. : Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery. to suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia' .WA pile Cured.In 6 to 14 Day .

TFi ; I- I Kissimmee, Fla, :.1 or quickest any stomach surest disorder.and ItIs barmles the OINTMENT'Your drurel'l l.ll will. 10 cur refvod. lnrc money.. ol II Itching PAZO$ I C. t. BANDY, Tax Collector '
.y Iliad B.eclla.. $ 0.Protrudia.$ Piles In 6toU ." 0.. ... . .6.0 4 OO OO OO O OO stomach doctor in the world.. Tb first a"pUcaUOD slfta$ Cut and &.. 90s. .....O..r.OO..0400.0.0.. o. . .

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I trying to calculate what they owed. en and die; then the hair tails out nth day 'of Kovembnr.. AP. UI7. way Company. n. eumpaaaaitiunundath| I "
Uncle Sam under this terrible tax. j fast. Surely 25-cent bottle ofknowlton's otherwlxe th-> allegation nf "aId bill I law,. of the atato of F.i I Ha, that serv "
get will tia taken-a. <10IlC..*... f. I Catarrh of Stomach I Ii Lawsuits to. determine its application 1 Danderine from any drugstore the said corporation
will still be going, when our 'great. and juat try It.. |it la further ordered that (hit. order bv reason of that: faWf.da"o'f: ;:! !
grandchildren) are dead and buried. i be published once a week tQ..r four consecutive the will corporation to olect officer or

i: Apply the following rates : I ; 1111" I I I I I I MlI I I- | week In the KlBBltnmea Valley appoint agents and that such orn ; ;, Mrs. Mary 'FonnciX It. F. D. Pomona Made Well On the amount- t County and fttate. and have been for a period of nix <<)

I, Missouri' writes: -P_ Less than 15 per cent; of capital, LegalAdvertisements 'Thin 3ri< day nf October. t Ill 7. months next before the Issuing of nat.l'
absent from the Htato, and that
0'" "1 wish to say a few word I" the you pay 20 per cent. Clerk Circuit Court such officer and, intent are unknown.
- praise of Peruna. I have used It By Peruna. 15 to 20 per cent of capital. you f :f fI (rircult rodft !Seal) It In thereupon. ordered that th. sal.l
" with good results for cramps la tbo pay 25 per cent. MUTTON I'LKUOKIt.Hollcltor ( : lefciidnnt Jacknonvllle Tampa & KB'Went ,

tomach. Also found It the very, My Sister 20 to 25:_per cent. of capital, you I m n n Ii' . I I 5 I I I I I I S I I I-I- ; for Complainant. 4-4t and defend HAllway complainants I'ompany. do bill appear of com-ti.

;. thing for catarrh tof the head :My pay 35 per cent. CIT1TIOV OK AI1MI\HTHTI: )\ Plaint. herein flled on or before the lrtay
later was cured of catarrh of stomach Alnll'ljI Tn 'Ton'" "lTiI'iu of December A. D. 181 '
25 to 33 per cent:; of capital, you : and that
by the 'use of Per na.*' Also Cured 45 cent. I. 4"oart "f County Jwdwr, Or.,lii thin order. bo l published once each week:
pay per Court 91 Taunt,, "...e ofFl for the of two (1)
69 East 42nd ? ( ...c,. t.te of Florida.KMmte pao ) month prior
t Mrs. E., T. Cbomer. More than 33 per cent. of capital, .rld. I to said day In the Klsdmmee Valley '
St. Chicago. 111., says:, "Manalin 'i of Kwllf U. T.t...... aasette.Crdered.
60 cent. "
you pay per i I. 5. rr !;"(. tbe market for liver and done at DvLand. Florida.
best laxative on By To illustrate-Suppose 'your execs nv THR junon OF'FlAIII ( Otll'i'Witoreami. : I .
lft.. eu.57N this the J9th day ot A V
'And bowels, rery good for Indigestion rr Alma- T. Morrison han Applied September,
capital $7,000
profits on $100,000 art 1917.
i' to thin court for LeU..ra of Administration
Ucv nil
and heart burn. 37 U hil.-1; v ulv.-n o whomIt JAS. \ '. 4
or: cent.. entato of Kmlly O. \ TERKIN3.
per the
concern, Hint'''on tC !!<)Kh day of on ..
fhoee who object to liquid medlcln may <. .t
r. PERU NA deee-ine I I. l.ito ot Said Countyof Judo*.
On this account- April. A. I>. 19H, I "hall miply to the Tntmnn.' ;, ,
r can secure! Peruna tablets.. Under $15,000 you will pay 20 per iIonoriIu l T. M. Murphy.! Ju ritennd
Court as Judge of Prolmt", for niv AltK to .OItlKIt Foil PtIII.ICATIO.'y
cent, or $3,000. linn dlcharae Admlnliitrntrlx: of I admonish all and singular |the kindred
per cent..or $50; making; a total income $15,000 to $20,000 you will'pay 25 the estate of ( ,'orge H. Ta' J"". do- I and credllorn of'laid' deCeased tOle Oncenln In Circuit' County Court Jn 7th'Chancery.Judicial Circuit.Southrn .
EVERYBODY PAYS WAR TAXES And appear before thin court on or
r" 1250. c"IIII"d ; nn per cent or Colonisation Company,
I tax: of' f 130. befOre the Rth day of ovember. A. *
$20.000 to $25.000 you will pay 3? will I'l-tS'-iit to Bald C"urtmy"tl/ fto- 917.. and ("lie objections 1C any hey' Ion, "vs. Iva 1). Allen and J, frs -
:; r"t, If have two children under iS' I MUiitN n* AJmntl.'ratl'lx of mild. OsI have to th, RrniiilTiit' of (Betters nf,AiHiilnlntratlon as Clerk Circuit Court. ,
you ot of $1,750. .. .
.1 per f I tntn ami n k ft.r tIreiranprovni.tutd l nald eel ate, otherwlae It nppenrlnaby affidavit otV If.
I years, you have an exemption of $200 $25,000 to $33,000 you. will pay 45 j j I Octolt-T' R' h. .\.. H UI7. he name will on be urn n ted lo saM Alma Crawford flled III the shove (tilted

." ',, (Continued From Page Eight) for each, so that you would pay no per cent, or '$3,600. j I 43mi>" .Al-M.V .T.Administratrix.MORfUSO.V. T. Morrison or to some other fit pert flospondeists cause that 11O.therein. Allen one I I. of th.
named a 'non
except, income arid war profits? taxes. tax on $2,400; 2 per cent on $1,000 between More than $33,000 you'will. pay 60, ,0..., son or i'isnns.WlTIi4 my name' an County Judxe evident of Florida and a. resident of

Losses actually sustained during: your $2,400 exemption and per cent or .2400. 1 :"0'11111 4NoMco of the county aforenaUI., this the Mh Cannas City. Mo.; that aM Hcpondent

:the year in business or trade or from 4000. 4 per cent on $1,000 between Making the total tax $12,000. day lit ,October. A. I)/ 191T I J"$that over there the I I"awe of twe*ty-ona years'
I I. hereby Mrlvcn thnt on Sun'lav T. M MURPIir no one Jn the state Ot
:, fires storms, thefts etc. $4,000 and 5,000; 5) per cent. on ( tin I"h day of Octolr, A. n. .. County, Judce Florida the service of' subpoena upon S
. Debts ascertained to be worthless $1,000 between. $5,000 and $6,000 Other Taxes uti. at tho hour of Irt.nn: o'rlork a. in,, ((1-1"111) <>-St whom would bind said Respondent! It

and actually charged off. n.nkinjr a total *ax, of $122. This does not, however begin to at the coiirt. hnu... at TltumllliBro- resident Is therefore., ordered that sal.l non-
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earl .lInt). K1i>r4iliL. the annual tne ,t- I\ltra.: KOH nutsNotion respondent D. Allen be
;: : Reasonable allowance for wear and Cornbu.ed normal and sUJ'lt'' cover the multitude of, taxes imposedby Inir nf ttiff nwiiom of l.iii'l" .ltuati>d In and he hereby I I. required f, appear
. tear of property employed in. business. under old and new bills-Note : .i th. Cpfx-r, St Johnu lirnlnaitit Dlntrlrt I. --, that bid will to the bill of complaint filed In said
Rates' shown amount of income the'new revenue bill. will l ronvvnvd for the t>un>og" of a\
h" received by the Hoard of County'omnilnnlonerB of November A. D,
Contributions for religious char. falling within: each tax group In the first place there' l is qn 'additional journlnw to and at ami the rpponvMilnw name hour and the |>mettn lar" on ( of ),,c.ola County' alleKatlon, of said 11'17.bill will otherwlne be taken the

itable scientific or educational purposes and not to the Inooinj as a whold. I 4 per,cent, "corporation tax," .I "n
to an amount not in excess of which must be paid by every corpora- I 111I".. ndjournod of "'....linK f two> 10. memhcr held forth ott. 11.Monday 1917.; ,nt the I the ftth office day of of the November.A. Clerk I of. bo It published I I. further once ordered a week that for this four order'
15 per cent of the net income without Group. Tax Hate. tion upon the 'amount of its net in- .I of .Hie puriHwo Hoard or Huper\'Inora. who hail, that Clicult Curt oT said' County At week In the Klslmm conseCutive Val.-

:the benefit of this. paragraph. I come. I both h.13,1.1 owner of the snlil Iia. {Innlmmee. Klorlila. for the construelion Fey Oaxette, a cl'iPRJ:: published In
Exemptions. Unmarried persons tax Oto $ 1.000uoo 0 Then there are internal revenue I I trlvt to nerve one member for the unexpired of approximately two and one-half Klsnlmmee, t) ; n Florida..
mllen of brick paving, eight feet .wide, Dated thIs
I term of J. N. Whltner deoeim- (1st 1917.
;have $1,000 exempt from income tax; 3.000uu 0 taxes of $1.10'nd $2.10 a gallon on I I.4WilWsWP.idlP.IJi.Ib."i I ...t.l which unexpired. terin I I" now being with cVHcrete curb on hthlngia Creekmd J. U OVERHTRKKT .

-__ lI fW ;<;eu t- :E' SSStl . tt .9. flliert J lldfertJli= 1MJCa-e-Al.4.; b.... t"'"'' ;.< Bnd. approxlmat! ppei1jl on yrl1t: "ltf. !'.! -
" Ir-'t1 +I en,4rctnd WHCWWSCT"I' ) M* "'Jijvjtr : ,w -
and in addition $200 exempt for each ; ; 1 on on syrups I m..h..r't"rTfl'in ...t'";. (i) wr .
I'lano be
and specification, may exmlmfl Solicitor for '
member Complainant.
now t-4t
.ucci-.Ml F'rnnk.L., Hill", a
,'r':1.---de: enjeetrhjjd) under 18 Y4ars of age. 0 Ito. 2,000------.. 0 for soft drinks 1 cent a gallon on I of tnM! Hoard whlme t.-rmofotfIc.s will or obtained at the office of tI.eel..rk

Tax Rates. The taxes levied upon : 2.000 4.00'h' __ __ 2 grape juice soft drinks "near beer," expire on Bald day. alld' 10' tianuactsuch of Ihe circuit Court ..-oa".ola NOTICE OF KXECUTORI
"' : County Florida, at KlnnlmiTieeHlnlit -' '
Incomes are a composite result of four '4,000 fl.'JOO.v-__ 4 other busincims as may1 properlycome -
: I. reserved to reject any or nil
. separate sets of taxes the "normal" MARRIED AND etc.Cigars are taxed from 25 cents to :. such before election said me..lInK.At each and every 1'1'01..0 I Is. _"C..rt .f C....,.' Judge Ole l

tux rates in the old revenue bill and UNMARRIED $7 per 1,000, depending on quality acre of'land In the restrict shall represent J. L, OVERSTREKT.42Rt C.uaty. "t.C *ff FI.rI.
10 with of thousand the one share. and .a..hown..r *hallbe Clerk.I4 ;. I.' re R..... ..... W. Tm.mm_m .
tax $1
the new=, and the "super-tax" rates in 6,000 to .?,.1DiI _u__ 5 a per on

:the old bill and the new. For example 7,500 10,000( ___ ._ 6 five-cent variety. Cigarettes are proxy entitled In writing to one duly vote signed.In person for every or hv : TilII 4IIKIIT COt liT nV TIIHi Notice 'I* hereby-gIven to all whom

under the old law there was a normal 10,000 12,500 __ 7 taxed 8 to 12 cents per hundred. RCI'.. of Innrt owned by said. owner In :\'K'VTIC JlDK'lll. ('lltri'lTOK It may concern. that on the Itth day ef

tax of 2 per cent on all Worries of 12,500 15,000 __ u 8 Tobacco pays 5 cents a pound, and said, iJlntrlot TIIK STVTK OK Fl.Oltlltl. IXAM Itecember,' A. D. 1817, I' shall apply tothe

unmarried persons over $3,000, the 15,000 20,000( . ._ 9 cigarette papers 1 cent a hundred. number The peiaon of vote receiving nt .mild election the highest shall. ) Foil OHCKOI.A: ('Oa"T', l\ altltl Honorable Court a. Judge T. 7.!. of Murphy Probate, Jud, for*T"f my
new bill adds a new normal tax of 2 20,000 40.000.12 Then there are the transportationtaxes I be declared elected as said 8up rvln- (UANCICHV. final discharge a. Rxecutor of the ..-

per cent and lowers the exemption to 40,000 60.00016 3 per cent. on all freight bills or... O. J. TmlI.sns ."d "aophrnsla' ; I). Torallnmosi. ate of John 'V. Thompson ..deceased
l'std4 this Rth dav of October. ill? and that at the time .
$3,000 1 ; under the old bill supertaxes fiO.OOO; 8.000n.n21( 1 cent on each 20 cents of express I ry order of the IJonrd of "8upervl 1I..d mmitttf, Compl .. my final account same a. Executor I will preent of
'beginning with 5000. The .result is 80,000 100.00026 bills 8 per cent. on'passenger tickets or. .l...l<.. ss. \.\'1111... lll.r. .t .!, aid estate, and ask for their approvaL

very confusing. 100,000 150.00029 and 10 per cent. on Pullman car I ERNRST: II. KVKRV. U..d..t... ." Korerl.mure MarlKBKe. Hated June 11th, A. D 1117.
and 5 each ( Seal) $ EDGAR 1:>. HOQAN.88mos .
In order to bring all the existing 150,000 200,00035 charges: on telegraph I

rates into simple form I have. combined 200,000 250.000.41 or telephone message costing over 151 'J'. A. VANS AONBW. It the appearing Kill flied by III affidavit the abovematedaun appendedo _Hxeeutor.

them into a single! table which 250,000 300.000-46 cents. Attorney for the Board. 43.3t that Jacob t'i.UI'.a\ : a* NOTICK pF' KXKrUTOl,

shows, for each separate class pf income 300,000 501>.000. .-____50 On all jewelry autos, motorcycles, the Italtlmore Bargain: and I the (For Final ll.ek>r*; )
AOlll: >l!> .\tit K Baltimore I Bargain Houne. a Co"'r..hll' -
the total tax rate that will be 600,000 750,000-------54 piano players, phonographs and records composed of Jacob I5psteln,

levied upon it. The method of using 750,000 l,000,000..59 in future 3 per cent. of the sale I 'I',, 1'1111\11)1.: KOIt Tin PHOTKC' Nathan Ktmteln. Chn rica I. Welnbero, I. Cnurt of C' Judge. Ole
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the table may best be. explained by a 1,000,000 1,500,000-------65 price. New 'life insurance policies pay "'IU\ '11'" KOOD1 sx u'o'iis HUH .\. Itay Katz and Kidney Lannburtihsolos I named la lie Caimtr K.t.t.H..t.Jmmm t Florida.of McL..*. klla.
of the Defendant therein
simple example: 1,500,000 2,000,000-------66 f cents! for every hundred dollars of !SILL' : 'l Tin ('IT% OKno are non-resldentn of the State' of Klordri '

If you are married with no children 2,000,000 a.nd over __ _67 lace \\nlue or if under $.>l>0, 40 percent KI"lnnnl 1 nnd are n-sldenls of the City of Notice Is hereby given, to all ..whom '
and l have an income of $6,000, you of first weekly premium and all I itaitlmnore, State' of Maryland: that 11 may concern that on the list day ofoctober
It nrda n"d'hII' the City Council of Butler Hron,. a Foreign Corporation I. A. I). 1(17 I Bhall apply t.
will pay no tax on $2,004, which la Excess Profits Tax other new insurance policies 1 perlent. the i City of KI..I..un..e: a noii-renfdent of the State of Florida the Honorable T. M Murphy Judge of

exempt under the law. On the. $2,000 The excess profits tax will impress for each dollar of the unntful Section J. That all fresh meet expon and has Its principal place of hunlni-Ba aid Court a* Judge of Probate for my

falling I into the tax. group $2,000. everyone who has to make a return premium. ..d for Hale. shall be kept In canes. of In the City of New York Stat of Now Inal discharge a* Executor of the es-
ate of John
.-.,. $tOOO you will pay ;2 per'cent. or $40 under it as an example of barbaric After 30 days the postal rate on wire Kvctlort netting 2. with All bread glass roll toim" blHCUltR York, %'.; a that Foreign CnttarauKU'orporatlon.Cutlery Is a Coman nonenldent --. and that at the McLaughlin name time I deceaied will pre- a a.

on the $1,000 falling in the tax group frightfulness It is unlike any tax ever all letters except drop letters will! be pie., cakes ..IIndt.... confectionery and .. of the Htato of Florida and sent mv final account. a* Executor of

$4,000-$5,000, you will pay 4 per cent. imposed in any civilized country. By 3 cents an ounce and there will be the like,\ exposed for Hale shall be keptIn ha. It. principal placn at bunlnvBH atnttnrauiiun aid Dated estate April, and 23rd.ask A.fur n.their 1817.approval.

or $40; on the $1,000 falling in the tax next March all American asylums will :3 cents an ounce and there will be an naM Hhowranen articles whlc.h of glass are. except kecurcly ouch wrapped of- "Martin>* I.. Hall. State Company of New, York a Foreign: that It. IS. McLAUOHIm

group 5,000-$0,000, you will pay 5 be full of people who lost their minds extra charge of 1 cent for each 25 ready Corporation Is a non-enldent of the prll-6mo* Executor.

cents charged on parcel post pack- S. All fruit and vegetable Stat.. of Florida, and nan tea principal
" exposed for sale which are Consumed .lac , H+H : agr... of- without further cooking shall of Mannacbunett .
+ toUiHOHo-U Otc Ho-'UO>OO-O- ",UO"-U.1' 'I raw State ; that MoVherton
mere are a new set of taxes on estates be kept In receptacle screened with Hutton & Company a ForelRii I. Court .. e..t,. Jidge. Stale .t
; I over $50,000 reaching 10 percent wire netting. Corporation In a rion-renltlent of the FI..rld...
: : I. Section 4. The- door window and late of Florida,, and ban It** principal
on $1,000,000.Yachts -
I other openings of bakeries where place of businesS In the City of NanhIlle. -
pay 50 cents to $2 per lineal bread and cake. are \made., and of State of TcnnesHee, all of the de- I. re Estate .( I>ela 0...._ Ole.
foot and motor boats $5 each. I I place Where candy and confectionery endants not corporation, over the C...ty.
: I fa made shall bo screened with. wire age of twentv-ohe yenra; It In there- '
Sporting goods and 3
"I.bicense. Notice,1 cameras pay netting fore ordered. that nnld non-renldent dnendants Notice I. hereby grlven. to all whom
per cent., toilet articles patent medicines Section S. Whenever wire netting I I. be and they are hereby re- It may concern that on the 0th day of
: and chewing gum pay,2 per cent prescribed\ < this ,ordlnancei fihnll miuircd.tO appear to the Bill of Cnm- December, A. D. 1917. I shall apply to
of the wholesale ttifMfc m> nW 1' men n wlr netting lInt 1'0"1' r than 16am. pl"lnt/l1l..dJn tnald pcause-on" 1or, leforo1),6a the7-lonorable'T.: 1\(. Murphy Juag of
I price$'; : ; 11111\11111'14 theuG'hoildIlV"1lf Nelv.mb..r said r Court,. as ,Judge of Probate fornyus
f., ., J ... _. ;;TIckets admlssion'to all kinds of ':OM".lon: 6 ... and CPitaClPI'II I 91 7diotherwis I hallegatIotn44tof final discharge a. Administratrix
"" '. :' '\'\ :fJ\< 'h"f;;' amusements! payBl i'centf orj each I ten I'' mentioned til n9 tI.I..r..III".11. .I 8 shall 1 bekeptciuse.1l.excpptlforItiaepurpos dllIlIlbe I l lH ak n e onf'sned 10 said. of thet, estate of, Delma Graham decedfciuidithat **-
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I. .' 1' cents of the priceSMTaxes not' | aJof de.lan' $ at the satnn time I
.s' . ? apply ; 1>1 nclntt< ,"s'". .i: to movies where charge of 5 cents or I and shall be kept fren from b. .ub.l..h..n on'e a we 1. f leas or to other ten-cent shows. tile*.. And all oreen do..s and win- lecutlvo week In the KlBnlminee Apalv ask for their approval. '
And to wind there host of dons shall he opened only I In cane of 1"' Onxette, a newspaper, fiublished In Dated June 1th. A. I). 1917.
l iii. occupational license taxes i up are a I necessity, and all apartment noscreened aid County and State JACKIE] ANN ORAHAM.-)
stamp taxes on all kinds of documents, under thin ordinance shall. !H' Thla 3rd day of October. .A. 1>. 1fI7.! Il-Smos Administratrix.OIIDKH .
the mere enumeration of which kept Ct.." from file. J. n. OVKIiSTKIIRT.: : '
would Swotloti 7, No food of any kind nnnl) Clerk! Circuit Couit. OF '
entire III.M'TIOX (
are due and payable October 1st. : occupy an column.CORRESPONDENTS I,,1... oxpu44t or kept. for sale In front (Cli.-nlt, Court R.,nil) .
of ntoien, or In the doorwnv theiexrfnt JiHIJlIIMTI'JoI.:! : >. -
.' f i WANTED n. lien* height. thnn twenty ImhenHliovethe Wolli:(tor* for the Complainant In I Ircnlt ( n..rt. Metrnlb. Jmllrlnl Clr.iult .
sidewalk or 42-U of Florida. In and for Oaeeola
;f: Owners of automobiles must pay : -- Section 8. Whoever vlulHttn any proliiloii County, In Chancery.Inrlittv ..
Th Gazette wants a correspondentin of this" ordinance Mhall' bo pit ,- -
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every community in Oiceola county. |BHI| bv'a line not exceeding two hundrkd : t'I.I' ,I.nnd &: C'atlle ("..mi.aayv n (Cor
and fifty miolla rs. or hy Imprisonment IMiratloH.. . N. Jaclmoni. '.' ..
j fractional license for period from ?. Send in the news, it will help the for not more than thirty paper and will Keep your rcition ,before I Head a flrnt amt tn-cond tlnm I j In opennenfllon. l II n iti bvlrture I uf H |1"1.11.| | 1 I'eciee., In'hniM oriiurntlon, rt .'. U.l to .nnlr
;e' + the puhli". and unanlittouxlv I paHnetl thin ';"i\', i In the (',,5'' ..t th> Wat I"'iH & "'i".,
-. 2nd diy of October, .\ l n. J '17.I'o'od a\tiHon. 'IrmeM' Cfmi>Mt%'. a Corpiralon. ' The complainant, aliova named havnw a
December .
._ E: 1 st to 31 st. : I ,,\ ( October 2, I'M, 7 .-\'n. .i.A. .. mill Willie Mil)' filed in this court .119 sworn hill
THICK, GLOSSY:; HAIIl [ luok.. bin wife i pendlnur I' I Inti" Ulrlllt I .
JOHN S 1.\1'1': '. Mayor. of conn i 'lalntIt HV.'"i I ttipt In Its l>el. f
Seal! ) "' I ('"ni rt of IIHe) M n Ih Judicial. I I'll- .
th.-r> arc paltlcn, person, firms and '
3! Information will be filed FREE; I'KOM: DAXDRUrr I'". n i..\ "'fIS.; ,'nil of 'the State of lorhlti.. .. In. amt torIIM" corporation, claiming to hold or have
: against I'lenldent of Council. ,."\" CouniV I In i'.hR".I') the un-. nomo right title or interest nf, in anal
eiHlutiid, an Special Muster will I I I ... Illit .
i Girls! Try it! Hair Gets Soft Fluffy I Attest to the lands hereinafter described a
J. It. HIT DERT: CK-rk. |itublia' sail.t. and n..utiful-Gt't City whom* Ito mmt.s pluics tit r<'N ill ane anti
: a 25 Cent 42-8t fur rush Ht th.> (',,urt I HCJUMO In
automobile :i: bode, and pout office addresses are
-> ". every owner or operator Bottle of Danderine 1'insi lmmee" Onecola. Coti,ii ty. Florida, 10 complainant unknown, and huvUi*
, I -IIIULir: 4 01 KT. ,rIIJ,] OK dial mg the hnuin'of legal mile, on Mou- )iHVi-il relief against such unknown
mis y, the l 5th day of November, A. THI7 l.n..IIt.. nrma' and
If Kl.Oil I persons corporations
and required you care for heavy hair that I 1 I ho followlntf I ilencrlbi' entry
every person glistens with beauty, and Is 'radiant "Ilth.m I.. ...r........ 4'.niIsInsnI. YM.Kalle ute" with 'It* atpIaUrIllllle.'N to-wlt : fit publication herein pursuant to the
A with life has an incomparable softness M. ...Hi-liner. |>rfrn, t orer.Seventh S 111) of Hh..m.k..M > Ktlb-dlvlnl. I I of I I I. thereupon ordered .
It that all
to occupation tax who has and is fluffy and lustrous, try Muck I 11. and I II. of Rnbeit linns' Aridllou ( I1t'm" paries
persona andxcorporatlonslatmlntr
'pay Danderine. Jmllelnl Ireult. O.reoln t'uunty t to the Town of K I sal mm.nee, r'lor- ,' to have or hold any right| .

Just one application doubles the -In < hanreryIt dnThe IItI,. or Interest bv, through or tinderho

not done October 31st :* beauty of your hair besides it imme al'I"Rrl..1by affldutit appended totbe '01' I the piirehas Manter'n "nt....d.such Bale to pay Jacksonville Tampa & Key Wont
so on diately dissolves 1 bill I I Illed I In the' al>e-HtHtc. October, iih. A. I !
every particleof Hint Katie M Gardner tin. ilefeiidanl. I..t..l 1',1917. and existing under the law. of
dandruff. You can not havenice th riLln named. In a non-reHldent of the 11. CMA WFonn the State of Florida: the I'onnnyvanla

.1 9 1 7. After that date the license heavy healthy hair if you have dand State of Kliiilda" an : & HTI I'P.MultO'it''M Special Mactar.EltiOllit (:ompnny, for Insurance on Lives and
rut!. This destructive Stat of Mlnnwiota. last addren beliiK (Irnntlnir Annultlen, a* Trustee, a cor-
IIcurf'toba the' for CoinplaliinntM 48-41
Hllllnuham \V-aBhlnxton OT the au mrntjou existing; under the lawn of
hair of its lustre its strength and its of In the State of Pennsylvania
--- twentyoneearn, It therefore Richard K.
will be doubled in addition to fees very life,'and if not overcome' it produces ordered that said .null-resident defendant - %o'!'"i: TO iuiiioii Sheldon. Jacob Edwards, a.., Trustee,
t t... I.. ll. K. .
and she In hereby required a feverishness and of .. C Mule
itching in ( nrt of (ke ountr Judge ofFlurldit.
appear, to the bill of complaint flIed In ila wife, J. M. Dremier and Octavia.
the scalp; the hair roots famish loos said cause on or before Monday, the >reaaer. his wife: Fain Inveatment

of Sheriff Clerk Prosecuting I. re I'StaiC of 11.,1..1 .....t..ood-O.. Company a corporation; Holtert J. Edwarda .

; -- --_ _ _______H_ ___ _____.__ ___ __,_____ .01. t'.u.t,.. and Francis I* Chapln a*
sole surviving executor of the
.o.o t+.b4t++ +++++ +44.+.+ 4.+t4p$4+..+,.44..+. .To all Credltorn. eKateen. rilntrlhuteen Last Will and Testament of JarolKdwarda. >
1 Attorney. If in doubt as to your $ and all I'emoim havlnv. (Claim or deceased: Robert J. Ed.
eman-dn a>lalll.t said Estate: warda. Hannah Edwards and Orace M.
.s' Fast Through Tourist Trains : \.u. and each of you are hereby no. KdwardH either aa heirs| at law. de.
. tlfled. and required to prenent any vlaei-a, KVnntee, legatees. Widows,
$: license consult Tax Collector or I Inlmn and demands which" you. or criulltora, llenora. beneficiaries under
either of you. may have against the trust or otherwlae. and all partle .
i. ,
.ntate of Iiantel atwnnd.. d deceaned peraona. firms and corporations claim
-, before date To the East To the West late of Onccola County: Florida, to the in, alt interest of any kind or rharae
Prosecuting Attorney i unilernlxned Administrator of said en- ter of. In and to the land and tenements
ate: '. within two year. from than date deacMbed In said blof, complaint .

I mentioned. No exception will be "COAST LINE FLORIDA MAIL" '"SEMINOLE LIMITED" lereofDatod. October. Int, A. n. 1917. East, th- and: northeast quarter of

-A. E. DROUGHT. northwest quarter of aertlon. twenty-
"PALMETTO LIMITED" "THE SOUTHLAND" 4-9t. Administrator. four (24) ; all of section thirty-alx (341),
I' '
township thirty-three (33) south
made and arrests will immediately I "HAVANA LIMITED" "DIXIE FLYER""ST. Ill 1.1, TO <'IIKT: TITE.K range Southwest thirty-two.( quarter(S2) 055t.of northwest J

I. tlre.K (...rt. Sv-rritb "."' 1..1.1 Clr quarter and northwest section quarter tlllrt,ofsouthwest ..-
failure'to this LOUIS-JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS" cult .f Kl.rld.. .!. ..* tmr ()_. quarter of thlrty-fl (31) ,
follow pay C.....,.. I. (. .....,.. II.rt.w four (14), township thirty-four (14) east.
: I...t A Cattle .. south ran(re
-.F. ti t.rp.rass. (34)>
,. .. .. ..s. ".. _..llle, Tmmtmm ft AH of Boctlons tow"shlp thirty-four thIrtY..eveOI j I
tax before 31st. fl..,. West hallway C.__.,..' thlrty.atx .(3.range' thirty-four (34) :$
) October: Steel Sleeping Can Between Tampa and ('.rraU... the r..I..I. I lyifl5'. SI'd being in the
Waaiaton .. east, situate.
Philadelphia C._.... tar 1._...... .. LI... I 01 O.ceola and Stats ot Florida.I '.
..'" UraatlaaT Aaaaltl.. Crp.... County to "mpl.I".nt' bfIi.I .
aad New York Jacktoarille aad Chicago St. Louis Ciaciaaati Louis- I b4' and appear _
, .ti. RIeCeeS K. II '" I herein ill.d, .t the of".e of the Clerk'
) N. Wlla.l ..* Mar AlfeviTa l.. I said Court at Klssjmmee. ,'lorld.,1 ..
.me sad ladiaaapoli .la _If.. .6.M. Ttrrmmrr mmm Oet.." of nr.1 Monday In January A"D..
? Itr.. ..... kla _If.| rala lm-rftmmmt I on tile the same being the 7th day of ', _ _
W. a CRAWFORD Ol enatio. C Cars ('--_. a .......*.... R.1e..r4e .-.. J. I I aaid nil.mlll'tll: and that this order" pub.ilahed ,
: an-Diaiag ... Vr.aeIe L. C..... .. I 11ne. .eh week for tw.Ii' (1*) '
U... aar-rlTlaa-" .._t... mt (.. I eon.eeuU" weeks prior to the jaleI
,. Prosecuting Attorney. VIA win mmm Taatasaaat .( Ja*** I ...t .for..14 In the Ki..lmnmse YaUe
IGdwmp.da. 4 eSi.di M."" ". 10- Oasette, a newp.per published an4 _ _
_mgmm. Haaaah 11I4_.... _oIl On.eM. I of Keneral circulation In O ceoKr
C. L. 1C4.rtIa, ekUS... ... sJ. I Count Florida. i
L Bandy,. j | Atlantic Coast Line a..ra at law .f tb. aa4 ....... K'' I, WITNKSa ray band and the seal .t
-ar4a. oa-*..*. Bill .. .....t aid Court at Klsslmmee, Florida, thl. _ _
TU1.. lb. nUt, day of September. A. D. 117. bc: _ _
$ 42-4t Tax Collector. ft of th J. L. OVERSTREET. _
Standard of
e from .
Railroad the South appearing th return
.narln upon the subpoena ..ued lit l I1ahoy. Clerk- Florida.Circuit Court Oaceola County.. "l _ _

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; .}It Notes 'i Y' ..)oo-x+ ,:.. ::-:-:-:.<. rrrThe Mail Order House Doesn't t Exist ':"

Otr.. K. R. Well, r""....) i I The U. 1).- C. held a short smel."tnt
? / at tine Hart Memorial build-
:' injf !Saturday' afternoon to arrange! fora 1 That Can Duplicate This

.Request I ii made to all patrons of the Valley Gazette to tend items :f rtpresentativc at; the general convention ? !
rt of tile U. 'D. -C.. which meet) .
'jf Society Efenti '.o the Editor for publication in these colum. f ;.* C'hatu-noogu some time in 'Novem '
j: ber. .

,I -+<-+<+{'+{-+-:'+t '. :-+-:-+-: .......-: + I .. XOTICIiMrs. :: Wonderful Offer !

? t.I.:-: .. y. +-:-: y. r,- :-.:..: : y. -: :.-;.-: -: .:.-:-, ; .....} I! AU
Wool -
y } .} Laiira Alniy" 'Walter, president. ;,
s. 'CLASS\ I'AiirvMm. ':' I 101'. AMlTIIKH.S-TIJAai'KltS; ''' CLUI: .;> \. of Florida.Hcliekah) Assembly, wit I ;; With t ,t ":

yH I .A.".."...'....... .....,........ .-.. . . ..................H. ;. .........'.Hi...'". meet' ofttcittUwith l.0,11-(1.( :Xo 42 ut'Kissjnimee their next! reg-Kebfekah H:' (15I' i Guaranteed $25.00 Suitings
i \ular'' meeting Oct. 2fi. All members Mea .1s '
:3.-Z. Ito ,;;;;and'. Mis. 1 J. \\'. I' t t'leant
) A lieilllrtyri11! : / 1. hold 1 1 this, afternoon are especially, lequestcd to lie, presl'nt.'iriUnJt '
i' Alderman werejoint, hostesses 1 Fri- ) at rIJ'M, 1.) Z. H.i>icon's" h<;lfIw. \ HcleltBh. cordially] invited., Made
To Your
dyani ht,?' entertaining" .the King': 1'1<11IK for work; , will 1 bo diHcuaced. |, \ ,, j' "i'
'{ Daughters Class of the M. K. Sunday I 'Aside from knittinjir; and sRwinir, for ,'| XEW. BOOKS; AT TUB' I.IBKAUYj '' ,
school at the JIart :Memorial buildinp. the Red Cross the club will "maintaina I c ExactMeasurements .
This was the first /social meeting.of linen <..lii st" filled with jrai'inciMs i j Xew( books just recdvgd! at the I
the class for this season and -was arranged made! froi i-ioii.iiiaiith, probably suchI: i iin | Hail Memorial: 'Library area .i: a 1'\1\
in honar'ofthe. teachovx in ,I theschool I "' .1!
accumulate in, every )houtjekoejter'H! j j. 1'ha'leul Adventure 11. K. Web
who ot the I TH
mcinVvrs oiiRanifcution.
are .
|, hume.Tlioe Kmmenls\ made at spare" j ,
: : stem'is : Rinchart. For Only
i nomeots'prohrtbl) .a'! ttod business i 'Mary Roberts '
'The aniuscment--for! tho jruestii wan i ivaried. i lUeetiiiffs, wilt he dillll' 'tli\(1 in places ":'IIIII'clll Schuylcr," Grace I.. II. I
Misses'' I IClla; Mae tJilbcrt'iind.' )''much needed! --easily found in and Lutz. ,
.Ada. C, Wagner santf several,, boautij, j I arouud ,.oilr toWn. Right nothe :! "(A.'Kar' -Country'Winston ChurchIll. -
ful vocal 1 numbers' -Miss, '(;icrtruddMcKay i-lult ; 1e
child's I'ed
has -, I Iun'1theiu's
a !} ttenily.c.fGipu,
,: 1''n"iillt..J\1r; j j .. '
(rave n chal-min ; ; 1'hQ. White. Blackbird" I'luflson '
little! hoina'inJjco ,
j ti ) >
<}. W. I'cTBoiyciolidQctod! 'an mnuainjr ' 4' _
m-ed of'.iC' : \ .'I> ,ltnuglt. ,.. ,
conundrum contest und social conyer-I I IAnother' matter of nnich tnterutt. \ VI "Itepsoy Burke," !F'. .Nr, Wescott. 4
'action and pleasantry] prevailed.! ; "Tho Patriot of the Sun ,,
I some inenibens: jf?our! chib( is "the plan' Dance t ;
Refreshments of sandwiches,. t'ou.( ( to look over the roster of. fi'a'mcs of i Tl'ui.l." Ralph Connor! .. .{ ,
and delicious home nmdo oaken f
\ were ,
our''boy\ ((01' 'others) in
,Any member
aervcd. + tittnrh, nail to' thoso- who may have I, 'WKKIVA ASSOCIATION: : Off
Enjoying the evening! were; Mrs. home of your ,.j
110 ono at especially interestodj
C. II. ;'ummf.'rPl" Mrs. Alice E. Wajr-: i j thorn the club will' these , family :
to sendtotters can
ner, Mrs. L. 11. In/ol'I'1I1I1/ Mrs11.. L. : I Following i is the tentative progFanof
('rln ,,r,. j Si; .I'r >1" :: 11 I. i and occasionally, !a pncl, .>,\((ifo. ', theVkiva Uaptist Associati6nf -, '' / / take your correct ...
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W}V11 ; ':''11.'Wl\1:: \ f'-r. 1 ,;".1 f ,ir4'i r,, ';; ... -?"tI.I, u i sa f4 ir. ;sk M-rit.ltiu< t ,-;- ,, '
Marylluth Clark, Ooeilia Overstreet) ., f j'Orlober, ui "
1'reaide'nlllrs..1.] Hhrlo\ / following our simple in
1/npfcr. ,
j (;iierlrude MrKay, <'loc YVooldridtfo\ I : : \
p Jessie- .lilackman, 1 Elsie) Norton!: V, ee'IeKKIIIIJ'I"'. ;/ \.,," J j, ;X.1:", .Uobcr-' II' ... ,. 'l'uMdayv October 23 j / r, -- structions, and we guarantee "" "
Elsie; H. Skilton, Adah C. Wanner, MOIL 7:00: / > n, ,n., address/ by moderator. Rev; 1 to (fit you exactly ,"''
yecretury-ylrs. F. S. Gilbert
Louise Thomaaon, Ruth Celeste! Hob- t] I (). n. Falls ,
erta'is11a Mae (filbert, Kn'na' llotham j Correspondiiijr' S""rtlI'Y's.. 'W. Annual sermon! .by HoEo '1'. Poul-<< H'''
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J. I
and Maude Alice Tripp.'I'r'eatsurer'Mrs.) I ., son, D. D., Orlando. 1 '
i; . Wagner.. J' '. : M. l K. Waring.) I Ij :\

<-: -: .: .-:":.-:..:..).:":..:.-:. WO--:''''''' -H:'':' j Corresponding S ; : a. in., Organization and Send for Our Catalog of Strictly All-1Vool
) { j ; ; t'. . deposit
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MEETING: : : OJTm' : ;MISSIONAKV ) -':' ..." .' : : : ''H' : : :- : : -: : : : : : :.t. 1 j of church, letters FREE FREP

V <, SIl'IETYThe .> / ) I'AIITV POU N.>.' 4 i iForKYKAICOU Report... MI t temperance, llev. U. T. Suitings, Self-Measurement Blanks, ,
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)< r' ; > .> I Report .
missionary---society- ( of the :Moth-], I',.......,'...'........."...................--.JI.......... ....!..........................,............H... i i Seimon, cudia.., by HeA.. J. ]Holt, D. D., Ar--i:' AFTER you once: examine the genuine. all-wool suitings in "our catalogue, you will 'i

odist Church held their literary inn,1 I 'i
modal) meeting combined at the bun l.itlK- .lai-Loitetta Klizalieth Ault- I :2:00:, \p. nr., education and Columbia)) surely agree with us that no mail order house can duplicate quality of equal value
j man celebrated her fourth birthday ( ollcfre, lion. 1'. A-/'('arson.i :
'galo ' Mrs. It. W. Cannon presented for less than
;,jSatunlay h Ault'i a cent $25. If you arc a judge of fabrics will that well )
'a well-arranged pl'oKrl1111 of iinmual > a paity ("t the i State of Religion and! Diifost ofi I i you appreciate

'interest- hi on the subject' of hiihsionarywork \ I i rotor h
Opening, "Tho Kingdom,) Con I The little hostess received I I Illiscrlleaneous; business.' Above all thing remember "Miat. when .you ,1
r .inpr/ solo and chorus a number of pretty !presents and (con j 7:00: p, m., report on :Missions. Rev. E. t ; clothes feel ,.r
Q wear-our certain that
Scripture lesson and spicuousMnong, these is' a set of fur Lee, Smith. you can you are ,,
Mrs. Cannon. from her father, Henry Aultr.ian, of Sermon b'y Rev. S, B. Rogers, D. D., wearing the smartest advance style that you are "

Prayer, Mrs C 1 11. Summers. El; Paso, Texas II' Jacksonville. thoroughly well dressed, that your clothes are :
Reading, "Financing" the Kingdom The afternoon hours were spent in I. made with all the
( requirements of taste( and good ;
," Mrs. W., L. Winn. merry games on the lawn-and refresh.inonta Tliursday", October 2j.; I
Song, "Kescue the Perishing," ,Mrs. were served, at the close of the 9 00 n. m.,, religious litel'lltul'c.V.' L. t' tailoring that they breathe the atmosphere 'of r
Summers and Mrs. J. R. Gilbert. fun. Here the traditional birthday; '[otar; -. ) quality and class. y yr
Reading, "Training a Native Leader cake with its four cam"cs:; was conspicuous t']' 15. :\J.tA. A. and Deceased Ministers 1 I "
," Mrs. J. R. Gilbert., and was !served with ice :'I \ ;. Weeks. I 1 i Send for .FREE CATALOG -..
cream and other cake in the Sermon today"Dollar
Readmg'By-I'roductof Homo Missions dining I. by Rev. C W. Duke D. D.. .
," Mrs. J. 7. Roberson. room. I Tampa.
Closing Chorus, "We'll Work Till Mrs. A. ;M. Chisholm and daughter?1, 2:00:; )p.- m", Orphanage, lion N. C. '
|",j Jesus Comes." Vrlcrin, of Orlando motored! down for i j I Bryan / Limit Store

Prayer, by the 1 leader. the occasion.:: i I II i I. Woman's :Missionary Society, :Mrs. E. ( ,...
Mrs J. L. Overstreet was hostess I Lee Smith. ., CIDppfu G. W. '
for the. social hour anti a generous I I i MY+:?:449ar1'..::";}.: ..:..}aS ?aa. ., I|! Miscellaneous! business, PERSONS'J
s silver offering was taken c .. ;, 7:00: p. m., B. Y. P. U., A. II. Link.
.:., CEI.EHKATRS: );I.E\'F.X111 Nominations, J. :M. Willson Jr. jrr/uWti. ""."'... for'. <'oo-: "" :":" :' ":" :" :":H: HH' :":" : .' .<.. BIKTHDVY) '> J 1 Sermon Rev. J.' D., Blocker Ph. p., I .. SCOTCH, WOOLEN MILLS .

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4' BOYS G1n JOL11., SI11a4aarr () ::: I <00 '.'," 1{" ':' 1 r :(. LT KISSIMMEE'FL'. '

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entertained the Girls of 'of hE'. t e ( t ertli .-....... ,, .,;... .. ,
Kpworlh i-'ri- 111E' ts( Mrrm'M; 1 Her.- f"Prlth + iy' t 0. "' .ayqterm. """" ''"...." """ ... .. L to. .
day eVf'ninwith a masquerade social berg at Shingle! Creel""Eleveli: .voun'glguests | the )Double ('rn! --at- the lIf, J<;. Bungalow. About sixty were invited who enjoyed, I the Grand; theater, tomorrow night. Clay Stanford: itlt-o poke| in (behalf : :: AT IW \I1ENTO\V\: next Thursday evening, and the 'I
guests appeared in quaint or fusing allWt. in the pine grovo. The Mis'sos < At one staire! of the htorv: two cluor' of fo) local lod fe. appointment will doubtless follow im.
costumes and spent the evening! } with Lydia Colemun and Vii-ghiia" / l'anslcrreceived confront the characterJietwemm The lt J-lIumee, lodge was -reprauented RUADEXTOWN Oct. 9. -At the mediately.Mr. .
$ames. The boy provided and served pri/.ts fqr their cleverness In them i I" a note. which rcui'v; "Oell 1l1l by ",-\ 'n of the nine officers 'an.1indu'dl',1 Sintfletary hag made a jrreatsuccess .
the refreshments of cakes and ,iTiinejuice. pinning on the donkey tail. one of those doors lurks, death : Enter i ', in the delegation was nine regular council meetinlorliJay: afternoon in the real estate world' of the
./ Donald McKay, I'YeJ,) 1vuas) Theuests( were led into the dining at > "nnperil! -The :Mi-sked/; Stlll1.1' )pn-t) I'haiii'ollors of the local lod -e. J. K. Sinjrletary! tendered' < little city, being I a developer of several -
Christie Summon, l-'rankie! Woodall room which was dVcoraled\ with cut ger" The 'ul".t>iiiipiit) avlion, on t11:' The local rythians went over in reaiKnatioii: as councilman fro'm the sub-diviijions/ which ho purchasedin
and Willie Joiner, were hosts for the flower.Hero/ they were simc/l with, ':lIt, of Dick, Atinps-vley, and Hridirey four cats' and the delegation! was lit t ward resignation tw take effectimmediately the main residential section of the
evening, assisted by their superintendent hot chocolate: cakes, candy and) fruits i, 'lientley: show iheir' respective! couiair'e r composed of Congressman Sears, since, he is l leaving Brad- town. some six years ago, and has. '
I 1 and lack of it. KOIIIII Thomas. F. C. Bryan \V. B. ('n'.own to make his home at Kissim- since seen the town (fo forward in "
1 '(:I' I\\rOtI: ,: .1 C. Griffin, II.- M. Peuke, niee. The ii'iayor and council )postponed leaps and boun ,, ;
(o : Sea H> < H> < ) < H : K. OF P. ATTEND DISTRICT I C.-\V. (Jrif/in, / J. It!. Woddall, W. J. the apointment of his successor dv < .:. Socii.ry'v.'v. Steed, Verner Ellis, If. C. Stanford, until a mass meeting the voters 1 ninny friends who wish him even "
MORG.1N){ -WIIIDIlN, .> HTEXOI.\I\: [; ) MEETING AT LEESBURG A. S. (Gilbert; J. M. Gardner, Sam' ;in the tirnt' ward shall have been! held greater .Tuofess in his future' line of "
:' .
.A'. :' Gardner, S. I.. Lupfer, Carson Farmer and a councilman recommended tip I work I that of owning and operating a '
) :->< <":-) H) > -: ( Eighteen: nifinbers, \ of Kriendr.hip I' J. D. Jeffords and. W. S. Gra-.i cOI1lJletu11". Singletary's uncxpired large sawmill near Kissimmoe. ',';,
,1' =
ham. .. 1
r..ucile'hidd'n Large of the ' -- '
the Knij'htof 1' thhts =

'\\ daughter, with of Dan Mr. and Morgan sixteenyear.old ;Mrs., motored L. !II.'hiddon. ,. ary Progriim Society for for the:Monday'October-Stonolakee: () Iitar-;! : Thursday Kill,imnwe afternoon motored over attend to I.eesburjr the) di of/- CARSON 'FARMER PROVINCE I| ....,. ,.L..A.-.H.'i", .'. .L. . ...._ _. .'.."'............L...."....."..L...'.'. ...".",,.'....:...".'.. ".... '.......:...-.i.-.H'; : :' =" :. ,
Roll f 'f
call of
to Orlando members) : answered by trice meeting of i *4
14' 'Monday evening and were quolations fl'ol1fu'oritll that order hold in COMMANDER KAPPA ALPHAMr. t {

+ disapproval marrIed The of.vouii'vp'-ople the !bride's {(:arenls feared" and the Piano Debate; solo :Miss f'arnlyn jiocts.Kripp. J.l'olhll"A'KiSHimmeo Thursday had the nig-ht.second largest ) Buy According x.>. ;'P,

said nothing to them. of their intention I : resolved, The Hrooin is delegation! in at the ditlet : Carson Farmer was notified today .1; ,
Mightier Than "
4 till after the .ceremony." They tine the Sword, affirma meeting, and made a very creditable .;: of his appointnient as province ]1 .1. .'
left for Okecchohoe' where Mr. :Morgan Davis, C'iU-leon Hryan and Blanche !showing' .for the local lodge Coiirrot.snian commander, in the Kappa Alpha J! I.i.; To Your Purse .{ .i't
resides. The groom is about I I Alice ;Patterson.negatives, Ethel: Johnson and > Scars, who L; a past jrrund. (Greek, letter) fraternity for the dill '; : : ,
twenty years.old. I'h.-ncellor of the -order, was given an (rift composed of Georgia Florida .
"America, ) the I
fcy society. entliusjastio reception and. made n and Alabama. The institutions at y
l- which chapters! of this order will be' 'x If you can afford to wear high-priced shoes, by all
, under the!' supervision of !Mr. Farmer
I '
in his. new position include the Univer- '..c. them but -
means wear ---
--'--- _. -- tip of Florida, University of Georgia, I : :f
- U" \'I'*ity of Alabama, Georgia =? ... ",,
School of Technology, Alabama Techndogical : Do n'ot buy.Shoes or- - -- !- "'-1
/ Institute, Emory College] '' anything ,
and :Mercer, University. .Mr, Farmerwas j
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mad>.> member of the order at , else extr vangantly. 'l
The Wide Awake Man >iirfer University and both his brothers ; \ '.

Luther and Marion! were initiated : :
at the same institution. i We have many styles] of Shoes in this store ranging! in I

: price from *2.50 to 800. .
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wants to do business with Bank that is fully live to his needs A public reception will be held tonight j s: Plenty of moderately priced good : 'W
at in the auditorium of the new Shoes at $4.50. $5.00 and 600.
all times. building when thq Baptist 'church I i t ::

1t membership. \ will he at home to all I {
their friends in the city from 8 to 7.00 and 8.00.. For those who ''I'.7'.
M That is v.hy the majority of the merchants in 'this section deal 10 I : Plenty at can

s with this institution. --- \ . , o'clockj "': f' them, we have Shoes, at $10.00.. afJord"I

1' '* We make a study of each customer's requirements and then utilize Laymen's I meeting! -next Sunday aft- t Buy according to your purse: ;.

t { 2 our unlimited facilities to meet them in a cordial, satisfactory ernoon at 3 o'clock in Methodist Sun- :;. Don't stinge and waste. .
.... day school rooms, .will be conducted by < ft .. .
? (t a 4 manner .' Brother! Dowding, who just returned Ii t
t..8 from- the North. Come out and enjoyan We' have'. large stock of the latest styles in the celebrated ..
our'. devotional exercises withus tJ
,To" '. and you will receive a blessing./ Queen Quality Shoes. for women )
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ro L. H. Kirkby, minister in charge. H. C. STANFORD, CO. ,:

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