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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: October 26, 1917
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00826
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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a NEXT WEEK WEKIWA BAPTIST ASS'NIN + "CATTLEMAN" BOOSTS BUY LIBERTY

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ANNUAL SESSIONThe I KISSIMMEE VALLEY


IS FOOD WEEK 47th annual tof the We. and Tax You Must Pay \ \ BONDS NOW

.. idwa Baptist Association met in Kis- The Kissimmee River Valley madea
!simmee this week,' opening with a very favorable impression upon the 1
service called to order: Wednesday Doubtless of Texas cattlemen who visited this section -
I many of the readers the Valley Gazette,' who are
(i:JVUL ARE: URGED TO SIGN PLEDGE morning and closed with a rousing owners automobiles and motorcycles are more or less familiar with editor a of few the weeks Cattleman ago. A., published C. Williams at, ." MAKE, A REAL SACRIFICE TO ASSIST ,
meeting Thursday night.
the laws which into effect the first of January "
governing '
CARDS AND ASSIST THE GOV. The attendance was .unusually, large 1918. The registration same: fee go will then be collected by day the state-> Fort Worth' and recognized as 'an authority YOUR COUNTRY. IN WIN.ING. .

JERNMENT IN CONSERVING''THE and the meeting was said to be one of I. and is determined by the horsepower of the car. The several fees on range cattle subjects, was : .THE WAR AGAINST PRUSS&VNISM.
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?4 the best in the history of the associ' ; for passenger vehicles are as follows: one of -the party, and the following I .
FOOD SUPPLY.! ati n. At the roll call of churches I brief excerpts from his',extended article I ( .
: :- twenty responded,, with letters and Series Motorcycles\ $2.00.( will show the favorable ,advertising j ..I.--
The week beginning October 28th there were about seventy-five,, dele' ; Series, B-For any automobile and ,other motor.drlven'ehideR, this section received: As' the time limit for the 'second
iu i= to be food week all over the United gates from all the churches. The disttict i.I i. t with seating capacity of one and not more than,fi>'o persons, $.00., 4 "''When left home I was 'prepared liberty loan draws near its close the "

,ata-tes. Food pledge cards will be issued ],I extends from Winter Park to As.: Series Cu'tomobil.. of more than 25 h. p. and not more than : for the worst, but to my surprise we eyes of every nation are centered on ;
and distributed.. A house-to>> tatula: and only three 'organizationswere I 40 h. p., $12.00.Series 4 found broad prairies and Vast areas of the American people! ',,Since her entrance '

I house campaign will be conducted, and unrepresented in the meeting.Kev. ,- 1 .. Automobiles: of ,mgre'than!, 40 h. p. and not more titan ; rut-over lands where. there are yet into the war her' preparationshave
It is expected that every woman mt : O.; B.- Falls, pastor of:the Kiasinimee -; '' 60 h. p., $15.00., v many acres of open' free range. been made with astonishing
I Florida, and even the men will be ap- church, was unanimously' ,7t "Among the neglected industriesnone quickness and the sentence "'we can '
I preached asking trujm. to sign ,the elected to serve as moderator for the Series Automobiles! of more than CO h. p., $30.00. stand out more conspicuously begin at once" which set a new standard -,

I food pledge cards, to< assist in the ensuing year with J., M. Willson, Jr., Any type of automobile seating, ten or more juiasengeis, 10000.( I than stock raising The native cattle, I for the: world has been indicative ;;
/work: of the food administration.. The as clerk and treasurer. The foregoing on the;face of it.and to the uninitiated, was quite inbred, stunted specimens of doubtful .I of the response of her people to every
I Signing of the food cards is merely a The program for the 'meeting included clear, but it was far from being so. What did the wise legislature of origin, have been turned loose on the appeal.: I .i
(oluntary service "of assistance to the powerful sermons from the I the State of Florida mean by horsepower/ I If the beautifully print open range to rustle for themselves, When she called on ,her citizens for
rood administration and to thecounitry. most prominent ministers in the state. I ed catalogue which showed your car in such classy colors, stated that and little effort has been made in most the first liberty, loan to take the init. 'I 1
The control of the food supply Dr. A. J. Holt a former pastor of the the car.you bought was without doubt the best on earth and so many sections toward breed Improvement.' ial steps in her part of the world's w. '
can only be accomplished by the united Kissimmee Baptist'Churcb; Ds. E. T. horsepower, would the law make you fish Up that precious little catalogue Due to the mild climate, good War they ,answered with, an over-sub. 1
I : effort of the people,of the United, Poulson of Orlando( Dr. C. W Duke of -,' which"you have laid Way so'carefully, and pay accordingly? adequate water supply and absence range of',I scription. ,* . '
t&t4L Unless we are willing\ to 'give Tampa, Rev J..1)I Bloroer of DeLand,. ' When- she cabled! on her men hi
A l Iittle booklet has just bona receive j from rffalla'hassee, and is screw wrtms.: coyotes and other pests,j young '' ,
-tKM Voluntary service, it is very much and Dr. S. B. Rogers of Jacksonville being distributed by Sheriff Ingram, that sets many a mind at rest. It they have-survived. to mobilize throughout' the length and \ '
feared that this country Will. suffer were the breadth of the land the homes of the
among speakers. determines what the solons at Tallahassee really meant when they A new era dawning< for the cat ,
-:;. for lack of food as they are suffering Dr. Holt, who represents Mr. Hoover 'stated so many horsepower. They have chosen the A. L. A. M. tie business in Florida. Systematictick rich and poor alike offered up what .
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st' ;now inEurope. The president of the for the Baptist denomination, made their they held dearest, to make the splendid
standard and is determined by the bore of the engine eradication work is being carriedon.
.4_ States has said well for the conservation of on your which khaki
plea the
United as as a-strong army now wears
car in inches and believe .
expressed we that the following table will Large tracts of land have been
mothers in authority, that the food sup food and thus help win the war. Helpful fenced and defends the honor of the stars and
CM the to. Dr. Holt has his prove i and stocked. With'their open j I
ply, during war, means more appointed as rep stripes.
wards the winning of the war] than resentative one person in each of the If one is not familiar with ,the size of thelr.engine, we might .fur ranges and native cattlv._.i-a poorer I, Tho rail for the second liberty loan y
.any other factor except munitions. thirty Baptist associations In Floridato ther mention that the Ford is 3% inches, and as per the table below, is grade than our old time long horn- with which to provide the sinews of
-Certainly every household in the country help bring this important matter. to rated at 22 h. p., and pays a $5 tax; the Light Overland has a 3%- the cattle business of Florida today i this war the boys are to wage, has
., can do its part for regulating the each family lie appointed J. M. I inch bore; the Heavy Overland, 4Vi-inch bore; the Dodge has -a bore may be compared to that of Texas of {I been sounded, and the same oneness .
' things they eat, and still have quantiiee. Willson, Jr., for the Wekiwa Association of 3% inches; the Buick 34 and 35 have a bore of 3% ; the Dort,3t,. 1 twenty years ago. j which has characterized the nation up
inches; Chevrolet, about 3% inches; Maxwell, 3% inches; the Monroe "We spent one night at Klssim-I j' to this point must continue' till the
'' Surely it is not a hardship to learn The association considered every has a bore of 3 inches and the larger cars 3'i inches. The figures we! ; mee, which city for the past few {!i loan has passed the five billion mark ti
e'use substitutes for flour, and have branch of the field of labor and splendid 1 give> above are gleaned from the Garage Journal kindly loaned up by I years has been one of Florida's largest for a failure to support the government . ,1
corn bread at least once a day, and reports were heard from the dele \Mr. J. J. Griffin, and refer only to the four cylinder cars. shipping points. About 15 miles in this issue could have but one .a 'i

urely not a hardship for Florida people ,, gates. Following is the tabulated bore, horsepower and fee as determined out we made our first visit to a Flor meaning that that we love our dollars
< to' substitute as far as possiblethe lion C. A. Carson made an excellent at Tallahassee: ida ranch. This ranch of 33,000 acres, better than we love our boys. We
delicious sea foods right at hand, report on education And Columbia Bore'Horsepower" and Fees owned by the Osceola Cattle Com must not even hesitate at this critical
nstead of consuming the much needed College, which was followed by an I - pany, was well fenced and cross point, but must make this second lib. .
[leats,which can b. sent to our men open discussion, when Mr. Carson and to d t .Y. t:. ; ross the waters, and the allies. Will his daughter Miss Inez, presented the '5 W 3c II, w :ao G"' ... ... W 6"m t4 It 'v ty Florida cattle. give it as their opinion that F
every woman's organization in thee needs of the college\ to make it more .-r:: j 8,] or:: 8,, .c ,,] .c .&.,.] .r:: 8"g.. 1= 8.5 .c "In the pasture there was an abundance no influence could bring about peace
and every other organization, ,, helpful to boys and girls. In three :: -. .e, -. '1;, C>-' .e, ready now for the coming cam- minutes, $50 was pledged, enough to ,, grass, little blue maiden cane and the war plans to a speedy culmination.
so that Florida! may take its furnish one' room which will be _: -- ...- = aq xOCJ asq xoo x other native grasses. Around the Every bond that is purchased marks a "
it the head of the ranks of those known as Wekiwa room. 2 :: 10; $5.00 13 $500 19$5: house and cultivated were Bermudaand victory and an overwhelming sub s
e willing to stand by the food The work of the Baptist Orphanageat 24V u 11 500 14 ,,500 22 600 crab grass. The cattle were in scription to this loan would be a blow
j-atloji. in this campaign to '.: Enterprise the mission field, the 12 5.00 18 500 24 600 good condition and the owners are beginning to Prussianlsm that .would vibrate :;
.-.1.-.J"'t.he food supply and ellmi- Sunday school work, opportunities for 2-- 14.. 6.00 18 5.00 27 12.00 to improve the quality by round the world. "
?. teal waste? .. temperance work, religious literature, 2'% 3 S-----------------1----/ 15 ''600 20 600 30 1200 use of Angus, Hereford and Brahma If one citizen clouts the Import. a
''rd When you sign this food pledge the woman's work, and the B. Y. P. U. 2% 3 11 500 22 5.00 33 1200 bulls. ance of over-subscribing this loan he t''
card you do not have to volunteer to came in for their full\ share of discus 2% 3 18 500 24 5.00 36 12.002rt "Leaving Kenansville one morningat has but to read the following from a ,
leave your home or give any amountof sion and Prof. Carpenter presentedthe 3 20 600 26 12.00 40 1200 8:15: we were soon out on the Kis manifesto recently Issued in Berlin by
your time to the government. You work of the Industrial School at 3 -i.. 22 5.00 29. 1200 43 1600 simmee prairie of thousands and the League of German Municipalities,
.merely regulate your meals that.you Mont Verde, which is not a Baptist 3l4 500 8 5.00 16 500 23 600 31 12.00 47 1500 thousands of acres of open range. showing that Germans are alive to the '
twill not use the food unnecessarily institution, but lies within this dis 3'4 4 500 8 500 17 600 25 6.00 a4 12.00 51 1500 Here where the grass was very luxuriant financial situation..
Khat the United-States is particularly trict.. 3% 5 500 9 8.00 18 15.. 21 12.'DO 36 12.00 55 1500 resembling a hay meadow, we ''If money talks, the president othe
!'f;;c;/short on at present. The cards war l The meeting as a whole waa truly 3s4 8 500 18 5.00 20 5.00 29 12.00 39 1200 59 1500 saw several hundred more of the small United States may learn by October
i*'" signed' in- Florida number about constructive and an aggressive: cam. 3% 6 5.00 10 500 21 5.00 32 1200 42 1500 63 3000 native cattle, followed by the common 18, when the subscription lists
T.Wteo' thousand, and ,the campaign has paign was outlined for the year 1918. 3% 6 5..00 11 5.00 R2 b00 34 12.00 45.. 15.00_______ scrubby bulls. The .fat' four. close, that the echo of the new war_
'' "fceen rather strenous allj over the One of the new features be tried 3% '6 5. 12 5.00 24 5.00 36' 1200 48 15.00' __ ____, year-old steer weighed around 550 fund given by the will t
Jr':' vstato.; '; out Is the budget system for the association 4 6 5.00 13 5.00 26 12.00 38 1200 51 15.00 __' pounds and are valued at $30 per have drowned out completely the
Will you not look the situation and it was decided to returnto 43, 7 500 14.. 5.00'27 1200 41 1600 54 1500 _J' _____ head. The cows weighed about 600 clamor of unending protests to which "
;fairly in the face Your men are be- the fifth Sunday meeting custom. 4'4 7. 500 14 5.00 29 12001 43 16.00 58 15.0 __ ____ pounds. his reply to the pope has given stint .
ing called to the colors, they are goingto "-, One of the pleasing courtesies 4% 8 5.00 15 600 31. 12.00 46 15.00 61 3000'PT "West of Bassenge'r we crossed the ulus.".- n i .
; the front, are you pot willing to shown the visitors was the basket supper ""14'>i, ,,8 I 590 16 500 32 12.00 49 1500 (I"," ;; , Kissimmee river on a .terrY ,and soon ,Answering that statement Seerel,: '
.,.. make as much.sacrifice that'.',these served at.the., church Thursday .Jito4; % i..'.9 6.00 17 5.00,34, 12.00 81 1500 \ vysv were on,the headquarters ranch of the tary McAdoo mad the following' re.ply ."
;men are that are'preparing' fight evening, beginning at 6 o'clock.tW g .4% 119 ::5.001t18 'Z0036; l2..00&41500 Kissirnmee t Island:' Cattle(1S\i Company, in the course of a speech delivered _
. for our country Are you not wil, The next meeting place of the association 4% 10 5.00119; 5.0 38 1200 57 which is one of Florida's ranches. before the American Banker's: Association '
ling to sign these food pledge cards, 'was not determined, but will I; 10 5.00 20 500 40 12.001 60, ___-..-_ "Leaving the property,.of the Kis recently.L:
.,t j'; ,ana in this way"to do your part towards be announced' by the executive committee 5N, 11 5.00 21 .500 42 15.001 63 15.00---- _____ simmee Island Cattle Company, we "
t.. .+ helping the United states to later. 5'4 11 5.00 22 5.00 44 15.001 66 _____ passed through the ranches of W. H. subscription ,to our second liberty
.v. win the warT Or are you going to The chairmen of the standing committees 5% 12 500 ,23 5.00 48 15.001 69 30001 __ _.___ Lewis and U. A', Lightsey, two prom. loan on the 27th day flf October, nine i
',, wait until the allies fail and the for the ensuing year ale: 5i 12 500 24 I 500 48 1500! 72 //3000 -- _____ inent cattlemen of that section, who days after the close of the German
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responsibility, of the warT The allies mont. 5% 13 500 26 12.00 53 15001 80 30.00 __ _ I __ _____ the quality of their cattle by German military despotism that America .
'?\'. have stated, that they can not con. Missions, Hon. C. A. Carson, Kis I 5% 14 500 28 12.00 55 i5001 83 //30.001/ -- ----. -- ____ the use of better bulls." marshals not alone her brave
" tjnue the war without funds and food. simmee.B. 6 14 5.00 29 1200 58 15.001 86 130.001 __ _____ __ I"____ soldiers upon the field her invincible ..
,\ '' '"Congress has,supplied the funds, are Y. P. U., J; W. Matchett Pine navy upon the high her indus
" yon: willing to supply the food? .It Castle. +0+0+0+ri...I +e+H- I tries throughout seaRf length and
44.seems to be an exceedingly small State of Religion and Digest of . PATRIOTIC CAMPAIGN I breadth of this land, but as well her
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thing to ask us to ,do when the abso- Church Letters, Rev. J .M. King, St. .. '" II I financial resources, and that she is I
i .< lute failure of this service means so Cloud. determined to use them, all without '
' much to our country and out allies. Temperance, Dr, A. G. Farris, St I LAUNCHED LAST FRIDAYA stint and regardless of sacrifice to s I
I Let everybody in Florida, both men Cloud. vindicate American rIghts outragedtoo
i# J Sand women join in this campaign for Sunday School, S. A. Newell, Or Sign a Food Pledge Next Week I frequently by German infamies." "

v, the signing of these food pledge lando. systematic campaign of promoting Subscribe to the bonds now and" I
% " it has the support 'of the people of Verde. day night, when Ex-Senator C. A..! doubt of the attitude of the whole peo-'
""t the United States, In the effort to Religious Literature, Dr. E. T. Beginning next Sunday' and running throughout the week lias Carson made a four-minuto speech j pie toward this cause, j

.!.4 1 conserve: a sufficient food supply to Poulaon, Orlando. I been designated by presidential proclamation as Food Week, and Hon. from the bandstand at an intermission ':
-"meet the needs of our own country Orphanage, M.-T. Weeks, Pine Cas- Braxton Beacham and Mr. C A. Tutewiler of the band concert. The speaker conj j '
State Director
of
f' and the allies.\ tle. Publicity 1 L
; fined his remarks to just one phase of | TURNER WILL PLANT
;:'f Mrs. W. S. Jennings, Chairman, Nominations, Rev. R. T. Jones, Win for Florida, have issued a challenge through the Washington office patriotic service and spoke exactly', .

, toad conservation and home economy ter Park. that Florida's record in the food pledge card enrollment campaign will five minutes. He placed the facts be-i '

b jb, Florida and member division executive woman's committee com-- .Woman's Lee Smith Missionary, Orlando. Society., Mrs.E. be greater in proportion than any other state in the union. The challenge sentences fore the people and by in a clean series cut of ,questions forceful 50 ACRES CABBAGE- .t

':,4., jnlttee, council defense, and food Budget System, Dr. J. A. Trovillion, has been accepted by several' other states in the union, and it is and answers he showed the bonds to I -
. commission for Florida. 'Pres. Flor- Winter Park.Delega.tes now up ot Florida to make good. Every citizen can help by signingone be a safe, desirable investment within I S. W. Turner, who is a brother-in-

i ida federation of women's clubs. district from the the churches'convention in the of the( pledge cards, which will -be distributed.. Following is the the reach of any wage earner and a law of the Johnston brothers, Is "do
attending are
card piece of property which could be sold ing his bit" toward increased food
as follows: pledge : at any time should the owner be ob production this year l By planting fifty ;
i PATRIOTIC' ,SUNDAY Apopka-A. C. Starbird, W. C. Foster .FOOD ADMINISTRATION CARD 9' "'?' liged to do so. Then referring to the acres of cabbage. Mr. Turner has A
R. M. Moore---B.-Widrig"and M. : ,
graver side of the question, heurged j-movedtotheold Johnstorrplace;"east"of '
. Shepherd. To The Food Administrator, $* I the support of the people at thla cnt-1 I Kissimmee, on the road to the cemetery '
.; AT THE CHURCHES Reaves.Beulab-J. S. Obery and J. R. Washington D. C. II i iI Ical time, and gave it as his opinionthat and is already turning the soil

Campbell-J. II. Lanier, Jr., and W.. I am glad to join you in the service of food conservation for our the bonds an overwhelming would have suscription a great influence to for one-farm this crop., but e will is not plant satisfied the Sigsby with, '
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R. Lanier. nation and I hereby accept membership in the United States.Food Ad- in ending the war. "What is place just across the road also. )
N. Simon F. J. liar "
Patriotic,, Sunday was observed at Conway-M. ministration pledging myself to the directions. needed now," he said, "is money, Mr. Turner to raise his
out and advice of proposes
r'all the churches in the city Sunday cell, Miss McDoggall and W. 1 E. Wil carry plenty of and that supplied
money plants, in fact has the seed beds
when) some phase of the war situation liams. the Food Administrator in the conduct of my household, insofar as my quickly." own
! Cross Prairie-Mrs. H. C. Whaley planted now and is employing eight
>;r Was 'presented to 'the congregationsfor circumstances permit On Sunday afternoon, Attorney
men about the place getting ready for
:fI their consideration. Ed Whaley Fritz Barber, Miss Lottie Milton the
Pledger addressed crowd

\. ,. attention At,the Presbyterian was given to Church the second the full liberty Barber.Grace. and-(Dr.Mrs.W. R.M.C.Burr.Barber. Name Address- -?=::=:=======:,================:,:=:===:===:=--_ which ernoon had concert assembled, in another to enjoy fourminute the aft and this believes mammbth that crop cabbage when, it will is be grown one Jot

and the pastor Lake View-Mrs. Alice Montsdoca Number in Household__________Do employ cook T talk the investments a farmer could -<-i'
gave you a ____,______ on patriotic duty. Mr. Pledg make this is -
subject Fifty acres
and Hattie
Mrs. Fertic. some
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.. !for the of his address: "To Occupation of Breadwinner____ ____________ er advocated the buying of the bonds year. .
Live is Chrisi but to Die is Gain and Mont Carmel-Miss Callie Sullivan _______?________-- cabbage, but Mr- Turner comes from to
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/ and laid the burden of this service at
'... taking the words for a basis he urged Gilmore Sullivan. and Mrs. Joe Will you take part in authorized neighborhood movements for (food the door of those financially ableto Ellington in the heart of a, rich farming

I. people to support the government. Ward. conservation>_____________._ ..____.___.___________-?._.____ purchase them. He said there 'Were district, and it is a' safe prediction
Mont Verde-Mr. and Mr*. R. W. that he will make a success ot
t o matter what the cost. Dr. With-
pooh advocated the buying* of lib- Harper, Mr. and Mrs. ,. M. Lowry, There! are no fees or dues to be paid. The Food Administration enough who could subscribe to the the undertaking.
bonds
,Narcoossee''Mrs. Marion Tindall. center
,,. rWw the money to do so that the home. by preparing for
; the this
Orlando Rev. E. Lee Smith Mr. support governmentat '
l'r>jpriment might be strengthened at -- I. something like one thousand acres of '
rt 1< \0.0.iMJ. ; ' "" J Mrs O. N. Mr. and Mrs. W. Prosecuting Attorney W. B. Crawford
1 ? Atthe Baptist Church Ex-Senator Larson E. that could the data ,be obtained ,'
r.. C.. A.. Carson gave a conclusive talk Stevenson, W. P. Miller, Alfred Link, Mrs. A. B. Daniel tier. J. M. King, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Shepherd, Mr. and will continue this educational and we could ascertain the acreage of
Mrs. I. J. Wilson Mrs. M. E. Limerick Mrs. John Work Mrs. Dave Daviee campaign with a short address from the
on the second liberty loan, which was Mrs R. L Betts Mrs. C. T cabbage crop in this vicinity, the
followed by a talk by the pastor along Mrs. F. ."Allen. Mr. and Mr*. S. and Miss Jane Warner. mire Doug. the bandstand tonight on the same. spud might be obliged to divide honors
l Us
'. the'same lines. The patriotic songs A. Newell Mrs Annie Barber, Mrs. E; Winter Garden-Mr. and.Mrs W. 1 Eldridge. Dr. and Mrs T. subject. "", *
::" on the leaflets sent out by the g v- H. Westover, Mr. A. F. Wood and C. Wilson, C. C. Tindall. J. II. Cooper, A. TrovilUan )fl'. and Mrs. B. W. Tomorrow night Supt. C. E. Yow- ( '
" nrments were sung in the Sunday Mrs. A. W. Cain. J. O. Hurley. W., P. WWppIe, W. O. Stone.' ell will speak at the Grand Theater on ,LAYMAN'S MEETING ., '
sjchool. '. Pine Castle-Mr.; and Mr*. J. W. Story,H. A. Cornell, Mrs. J. H, Coop. Taft-Rev. W. E. Murphy, Georgia food conservation, and.Attorney. Z-
,"/', At the Methodist Church the anditorram Matchett, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Copplge er, M. C. Britt, Mrs. Jane Davis, Miss E. Murphy,.C. As Tomkins and B. W Bass will talk along the same line at Brother"'G.'W.'Au.tln: .will lead( tU, "
'1" was elaborately decorated withflags and Mrs. Ollie Prescott. Bertha Gotch, Miss Norma Paige, A. Crosby. the bandstand next Sunday after. men's meeting next Sunday *i' sy1
and the national flower, the coldAV Rosalie-W. J. McClellaiui) and H. W. HUrl e'". Mrs. C. C. Tindalt and Lokosee-David Richard and. Otis day, afternoon. The committee expect noon at S o'clock at, the'i1 S.;.
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p M. Nettles. .Mr Maggie McCain. Sellars. to continue this work for several rooms.- AJ1 mn and bon cordLII* ,la J' r,

.(Continued" Page fen) SU Cloud-G. S. Brinkeroff,, Mr. and /_Inter Park-Rev. RobeYt T.Jones, Bartow Lake-M. P. Tindall., weeks. t' vlted., Come let us reason together :.
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rio THE K1SSIMMEE 'VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 26 '1917
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1 CROP ROTATION NECESSARY SHOULD BE NO GARBAGE are not Interested l sing-la carload or. .'

0 : I I ders. Parties wishing !less than
I Food the Deciding Factor Every farmer who )has tried' it, or \\KecpingtiurselfWel There will be io) garbage: meaning lots can best purchase item through
has seen it tried, believes i in field crop table scraps for hogs or chickens if '
.
Lesson 1, Part 2. rotation. It is the one sure way of I the home demonstration agents of the the..J kllOnvilie Live Stock Exchange,

I un getting increased yields. And this Ij.I. Run Down Aching University of Florida extension division unless! sufficient small orders "can ba
holds true whether fertilizer is used j. have their WAV. And the fanner combined to make up carloads. In
Plan of Un'ted: f SUtes: Food Adminlsrution regiments pledged to co-operate in the
,
not. If livestock be worked
or can who finds his wife Is.cheatinet.he gar in carload lots unless .one .,1.
need tonic buying ..
( __ I groat work that is before us. Also you into the rotation, results will be 1 letter people a good bage pail should not find fault, either. '
To aid the American reople in this can organize informal local study; still; they should have a placeon I. that will send the blood She is only'puttlnjf Into practice ;what familiar with the methods of sal, :
L great task of conservation, an office farming the' she ,knows about the 'the Texas stock yards, they arE advised .
h been classes in which knowledge of the any program says tingling through the ; feeding family
of food in administration Washington. It .is under organized the- facts: .of food conservation, and the University of Florida extension divi enrich it improving I properly, and that is highly desirablenow to purchase through reliable
by .
direction Herbert Hoover. It is i to ways and means of following the administration ,sion. body, when food prices are at the high. commission firms. Buyers are especially -..
be specifically charged with, the program may be Bet A: crop rotation with livestock will ''I the digestion eat point known. cautioned against dealing withpeculators.
forth. Just how best do much to keep organic matter and While husband wife should be
duties of carrying out the mandates you can go about and clean It by expelling the and. of the
this work shall be fully outlined her?. nitrogen in the soil. Cultivated cropsrspldlydeplet.e partners in their work it I I. not, her There are many **
in regulating supplies anmanaging Health ia .
1 ofcongres ] the soil of these waste matter a in the yards constantly manlpuJatlDCrlc -
national campaign of after necessary duty to ace that enough goes into the
: a President Wilson in his letter to Mr. items. Only small amounts of matter of plenty of rich blood. R'arbalre nail after each meal to feed .

food This saving'business of food administration Hoover aaya: roots and stubble are left in the soil free from impurities. I even a scrawny" chick.i : The providingof Florida farmers are. urged stock to Wherever buy. '
cattle for breeding -
falls into four great branches The women of the nation are already .V behind a cultivated" crop, which means feed for animate is up to the. husband these feed as they
\ sufficient
earnestly seeding to do their there is but little organic matter they have
first, the control of our exports; sec-i PERUNAdispels and his farm land. fifteen of improved
end, the instrumentalities set up inan part in this, our great struggle. for the added. V it Miss Harris, state agent for home represent years not advised how-.
breeding. They are !
endeavor to regulate trade to the maintenance of our rational' ideals, Growing one crop year after year demonstration work, is urging the such animals unless
and in no direction can they so greatly insects, diseases and inflammation of, the ever, to purchase
exclusion of both legitimate and illegitimate encourages women to put on the table just enoughfor
made for taking care o(
speculation; third, the mobilization assist as by enlisting In the/service of, weeds. The experienced trucker blood making organs -th Di' the family's n..eda. Americans, as provision are under any clrc-im.
of the women and men of the the1 food administration and cheerfully knows how necessary I it is to fight gestion-gives tone and "pep" as a rule, have been loading their them, and where never they must be turned '

'country engaged personal distribution accepting its direction and advice, Byso i them all, on land used for the same to the membranes that !line tables far beyond the amount required out stances in the range, and subjected)
as actual members of the food I doing available they will increase the surplusof purposes year after year, On expen- the longs and the dlfeaUvo tract. and many have taken no thought of to severe tick open infestation, and 8, 0f.(
food
administration to out. so far ai for our own army sive truck land it but it the entire system.
carry may pay, and invigorate the family's requirement. The old feed. If cair be put ori.tej")
their circumstances permit' the advice and for-export the allies.. To pro. does not in general farming.The .' they
,, I You nare health If take standard has been to fill the table and or dipped regularly an..
I I vide adequate supplies for the coming value of occasional can you pastures,
and directions which they art! growing an
make there -is
of sure enough by having their chances fo
care 7QUI'self feed
is of absolute'vital importance to a k.AI given some
toward national conservation year bf legumes has been established.
T given ; I crop
1 and take something left after every meals the winter are
bMN coming through
lourth, the erection in. every state oC the conduct of this war, and without avery .I Jet them have a prominent place in Fferuna witen By acquainting the women with the More information can be obtain*
!
c6nscicutiouH eliminMion. of
the union of .l'orm. or food: administration I rotation. They add nitrogen to
some your yosVIt. real value of food,and teaching themto from the extension division of thl
ttafite' and strict in :
"whl'h shall peift-rm its a'ery economy the soil and oil builders in -
are
/ great: I\\ .
estimate the need the Mr. S. *
family's Florida
of
na.tlon's University or
i
our food Atrourdrud.
functions but under the genera1 IV I consumption, we can not other tespects.Another .
own ,
Council food,bin can be appreciably re Jerdon Westbrook 1101.<>1. Fort Wort
,
t'irection'! and with the co-operation of hope to fulfill ,this primary duty.. advantage of a good rotation gists.
the central bureuu. It is, then, ;the women of America, is that deep and shallow rooted K. f the duced. The slogan is, abolish the gar- Texas, .
Execution uf this program involvesthe whose patriotism is thus so eloquently crops are alternated. Crops that send naruunuCOMPACT bags can. To do this means that This movement has a two-fold put
restrictions of the export of foodstuffs appealed to by our president who their loots down 'deeply help to prevent -V. : everything put on the table i is to be'eaten pose-to conserve the'meat supoly ala
to the' degree that will leave usa must be gathered to the standard of a compact condition of the sub. C.I.>., OH and no more is to be put on war measure, Sand to stock FloHj
food tion. It i il4 than is needed. A study of food values with better cattle.Purchasers .
proper supply for our own people, cQIIserv they who purr soil and so maintain better moisture ; '
;ietl' we be kit next year with empty I chase and handle the food of the nation reservoir. Also, many 'of them feed on will make this 'arrangement, possible. will save delay a
'-anrIeF. V V and their fo-onprntion' is pMapn- the, plant food i in the deeper layersVOf I ST LOUIS LIVE STOCK.( MARKET I much expense by informing th
I
V 1 I tial to the of this I selves fully about interstate qua _
U Hy the. elimination of speculation success campaign., the soil, utilizing the total supply TEXAS BEEF CATTLE
in should be I You must persuade them first of the SPECIAL REPORT I tine and ,shipping regulations befo
food stuffs their prices i istabilized. more economically. :
Through; systems of lair I I' necessity*for saving and of their own Besides all these advantages, there .IN. THE. DROUGHT AREA, buying
-, V i responsibility to do their part: -toward some V V A. P. SPEXCER,'
; :' and even distribution thc" high cost ] are of physiological and chemical .1. V -
of.living..ought to be reduced. !, winning the war, and then instruct impoitance, which the farmer may National StockYard!!, Illinois, Gainesville, FU., Oct. 18, 1017. Assistant. Director.

Mobilizing an army of food savers I them as to the ways and roenna by not be able to see, but which the plant October 16, 1917. A conference*was' called In Memphis .
V means creating organizations to carry* 'Which they shall economize. It'should will appreciate. today's: receipts Cattle 8500; hogs. October .12, to consider -ways ,and SOUR.. .: ACID( STOMACHS.
be made clear that 11500 sheep 2500. means of moving Texas cattleto GASES OK INDIGESTION
information about the universal" food nothing drastic is There are several principles to be ; range
contemplated. As Mr. Hoover has CATTLE: Receipts continue excessive unoccupied pastures in other ---s .
crisis to the American people, and to kept in mind in planning a rot tiull. '
instruct them how and what to eat so put it: "The American people should By observing them the soil can be, and the market has slumped ta: states. Each: "Pape's Diapcpsin" digest
that the available supply may meet eat plenty, but wisely, and without built up without losing an: income the lowest level in many days. All 50.000 cattle have been moved from 3.000 grains food, ending' all
waste." The set of cardinal Issues of cattle have shared in th< Texas to the of southern
.. our own and our allies' necessities.V principlesthat From the land Certain crops best s ranges stomach misery in five
V The colossal task of enlisting the I the food administration has formulated prepare the way for certain others to decline and values are now ftom l AOc states during August and September, minute
co-operation in this: food program of afford specific directions with follow; and where hogs are to be to The per cwt. lower than the lowest about .1,500 of V which have arrived inwll I.
; every man, woman anU child in the which it is easy to comply. No great given a place in the. rotation feed "roint. last ui'ok. 'v,;: _, I Time it! In five minutes all stomach t
United States requiries the services of 1 hardship is imposed by the injunctionof crops for them must be worked in. QUOTATIONS: Good t n choice Mr. S. S. Jerdon, representing the ,, distress will go. No< indigestion, '
great corps of volunteer aides, who a wheatless mesh or of using beefor Call on the county agent to help plana grass steers $8 to ,$9;' nredium to Bureau of Animal Industry, reports heartburn, sourness or belching of
must themselves be familiarized with mutton not more than once a day. desirable rotation for your farm; it good $7 to $8; common to medium $6 that 100,000 beef cattle must bej j j I gas, acid, or irritation of undigested
the problem and the details of the Observance Of these-und the other in- will pay.TAKES. to $7; good to choice stockers and moved before-winter. These cattle food no dizziness, bloating, fou|
campaign so they may carry the message j juSictions may all be to the pecuniary ,feeders $6.25 to $7.25; medium togood are pure bred and high grade breedIng !!, breath or headache.
to their neighbors. For this purpose advantage of the individual house. OFF DANDRUFF $5.50' to $6.25; fat cows $6.50 to stock. The yearlings will weigh Pape's Diapepsin is noted for Itj
a conservation department has wife and if she is truly inspired with $6.75; medium $5.50 to $6; cutters 400 pounds, two year olds and coke I speed 'in regulating upset stomachIt

been established by the food adminis. the wisdom as well as the necessity of HAIR STOPS FALLINGSave $5.15 to $5.40; canne $'.75 to $5; from GOO to 800 pounds, depending is the surest, quickest stoma')
tration as head information center for complying with them, you' will gain \ yearlings: $5.75 to $6; heretics $7 to upon condition. most of the two- remedy in the whole world and I if
V the country. This department will whole-hearted co-operation. Apart $8; veals $10 to $15; heavy bulls $6 to year-olds and cows" have been bredto sides it is harmless. Put' an end
gather the facts and material and from the patriotism involved .in joining your! Halrl! Get a small bottleof $6.50; light bu41s $5.50 to $G. pure bred bulls of their own breed. stomach trouble forever by gettij
communicate through its representatives this national movement you must Danderlne right now-Also HOGS: Market very slow and ir These cattle have been offered at 8 1-2 large fifty-cent case of Pape's
V with the great 'system of state not forget the excellent. argument tops itching scalp. regular.( Prices generally 50c lower to 9c. It is probable, however, that by pepsin from any drug store. You

organizations that the emergency: has that the universal regulation of food than yesterday morning. Choice' hogs dealing through the proper channels ize in five minutes how needle*
V already called into being. In other supplies and prices instituted under Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy 180 Ilia up $17.25 to $18.25; mixed many cattle can be bought cheaper. to suffer from indigestion, dj
words, this Washington office will be the food administration will inevitably hair 4a mute evidence of neglected.: < hogs 160; Ibg. up $16.75 to $17.25; 120 V Mr. Jerdon has advised combined or any stomach disorder. Itj
0. general staff headquarters collected keep the present price from climbing scalp; of dandruff-that awful ocurf. ,, (to 15O lb. pigs $15 to $16; lighter pigs shipments of several ear loads wher- quickest, surest and most t
4 -for the direction and use of the arm- higher and may reduce to normal the There is nothing so destructive to i: $14 to $15; best rough hogs $16.75 to ever possible, as the Texas ranchmen stomach doctor in the world.
Jes in the 48 state fields. swollen prices of the common necessi. tlie hair a* dandruff. It robs Die hair I'' $17; !half .fat roughs $12 to $13. At V
We are not concerned here with ties of life which are now burdening of its luatrc its strength and its very the close buyers quit, leaving quite a -
: the.methods by which the community. Do not'forget that in lire; eventually producing a feverishness sprinkling of hogs unsold.SIIEEI' .
tion to -adminlslra'l the food-controlled countries of Eur. and itdilngof the scalp) which if ; This trade alone remainedon
proposes not remedied the hair roots to MUSTANG Ask Your Grocer
causes
V1 to exclude gambling in foodstuffs. Its ope the average prices of many commodities shrink, loouen then a steady basis; bulk of the goodtc
and die- the hair
lower thc.n ) choice lambs $16.50 to
are at home. $17.25 med
the purpose to act through the ordinary ; _
falls out fast. A little Oanderine rr
Even the dullest wil) the beaijinc to- ium to good $16 to16.50 fat
A distributing agencies in the community grasp: ; sheep
V enforcing only such restrictions of these crucial facts on thejr owji niplit hair.'now-any time-will surely; case $11.25; choppers $8; canners $5 to $6; For Sprains Lameness. iJi

against hoarding:, speculation, situation.So your Get a. small bottle of Knowlton'sDanderjne Angora/ goats $7.23 to $8.25; hair Sores Cuts Rheumatism V ,
and waste as the legitimate distributor the proposed system of organization !- from drug store. You roots 7 to $7.75; kids 29 to $10.50. CHEEKNEAL'SCOFFEES 1'
.. may meet ,with a minimum sacrifice. may be perfectly clearly to all sUrl'ly.oon have beautiful any hair and Iota NATIONAL LIVE STOCK COMMISSION Penetrates and Heal*.
.
: It may bo said that Mr Hoover i who expect to participate in it. We of it if you will just try a little Dan- CO. Stops Pain At Once
but little .in. '! repeat. that it consists of a central ,
anticipates difficulty per. derine. Pavo your hair) Try 1I I For Man and .
.. .Buading our powerful food organizations -! office in Washington, related to and I Beast V25c.
: V of the propriety' of subordmnt- '! working' through to the people by FR AGRICULTURAL. 1NFORMA- suitable. Farmers for who cultivation,have hilly ground not .5Oc.$l r.. At All Dealer ,
find
ing their individual interests to the means of its'own representatives V might it V

;i .C :.all-pervnding public nec.-essityso;' far ],of",state "' administrations din'J.:; every ,',..",... .. TIO V.dany. I"\ V -I\.j.r'i'\ (:: il.'"!, profitable:IJ.2! ''raise: 'sheep., V V
tis negations have been met;in: soj,state in.tho)} union. ;',The; (('entraloffice:: Ij p'etsons'.ln',thekstnte\iwh\- \ \ .wI!;! LINIMENT. .

line and j patriotic; \spirit'ofrcompli\ : .' !jis'theknational'\' ; cente ;,:' for Xdirection'and interested ..in agricultureiof! kind Baa si ..
ance,! thatftit/1/.isgimprobablei: hewiir[|[ instruction; and furthcrmoro'.fitl.ls$ \ another:! do not' receivcTthe bulletinssent -- (dAurBustness; > .
V have to use my of the special 1 powers.connected directly with every member out by the University Florida Failures

with which\ the new law may equip j of the food army by the individualfood experiment station. The only reason ---- I I -
=
'11m. pledge, which Is mailed, to\\ end why they do not is because their In this day of : .,
The of this is filed in the administration high efficiency more
purpose lecture partly : archives in names are not on the station's mailing .
to acquaint.you with the great international Washington. On receipt of this list. The bulletins are free. failures are due to disordered Stomachs

facts about the world food pledge, there is mailed from the if any person in this neighborhood 1 than to f.ny.other! cause. Nothing -

I crisis, the steps our government has bureau household tag bearing the wishes to receive tho bulletins undermines the body and mind so Buy a War Bond

taken to meet it, and the system by insignia of the food administration, promptly as publication is made, let I quickly as Stomach Trouble. It !
V. which it I is proposed to organize our together with a card setting forth the him send his or her name on a postal saps
:300,000,000 people into an army of cardinal principles of economy, which card stating! what branch of agriculture the energy and' reduces ambition and -
'. food savers. Especially do we hope the signer has agreed' to follow. interested in, addressing" cardto vitality to a law ebb Cathartics frequently *

', to enlist each of you in the campaign i| On the state organizations devolve the Experiment Station. Gaines aggravate the trouble. Overcome V
V us a volunteer assistant of tho food ,V first, the task of carrying the message ville. Florida. quickly your Stomach, Liver and MONEY is as essential
administration. Through your relations ' of the national needs of con- The service is maintained for the Troubles as
V. with your own communities' '! servation to the individual ;woman people of Florida, by (he state and Intestinal with Mayr'sWonrlciful '

V you are especially fitted to organize I I and if she has not already done no Securing federal governments, and the results Remedy, itreaches the Men and Munitions. It
your neighbors and friends and the' her signature to the United of experiments! and investigations are seat of the dfsense, Millions have been re- S

parents of the school children_______into.I States Food -Aflminiat- ; "'-nt.Tnn nlfirlira- published ,in pamphlet form...,suitnble restored by it. Let one dose of Mayr's
n I'Thus enlisted the state food;j administrations i I for general distnbution. The subjects Wondeiful) Remedy convince you to. I V lieves distress, lightens bur- t .
must next to treated range from livestock to citrus
proceed train
: I
.. Flavor culture, und the day. For sale by J. Z. Roberson. .
publications
her how to serve the cause. This involves cover its;
I r-'..... : Parity I I keeping in touch with every I the agricultural field generally. V I dens; will Shorten the War;/, II'1

t co o.n. housewife pledged to the food administration Dwarf essexrape_ makes a good forage (

so that she may be hek\,'.firm DESERVES V : A GOLIlMEDAL; for pigs and chickens, and .it is V V
thereby
I ,FOR saving lives
I&& to her agreement and inspired to enthusiasm V .. THIS "I easily grown.T36o. many V
I in enforcing its rules with. -
I i in her household. Cincinnati authority tells how to dry of Soldiers and
our Sailors.
callus it.
: The execution of a of this up any corn or HO ,
program
I magnitude will require the aid of all V lifts right off. For I Father and Soil .

I. I I existing social, frateinal and business You -- ---- --- --
and
corn-pestered men women
| associations that may be pressed into need suffer longer. Wear the
PICTURES
any
i I service and many others to be created These Bonds A
If you knew of :d shorten- I later: The public Mhool system .of shoes says this tha( Cincinnati nearly killed-Authority you before, because ., I 36O' :ARTICLES re Not a Gift

V ngwhchgavebakinguhs; *J I every community with Its troops of instructors a few drops of freezone applied EACH _
MONTH
that butter :would be proud be enlisted trained to further toimpart the work.ideas must The direcUy ori'a -' tender;-aching corn V ON ALL NEWS STANDS They fire /nvestment,Producing / ferest;- :

;\ !\ of_and at a mere fraction immense influence of the church and stops corn loosens soreness so at it once can be and lifted soon out the, V.-- .V -,- .. .- --

\ of the cost of butter-you its kindred organizations will prove a root and all, without a bit of pain.A \
: wouldwanttoUscltWOWdfl'tV powerful factor in the crusade. quarter of an ounce of freezone I 15 Cents

?' Through all these bodies with their coats very little at. any drug store, but' V Terms of Payment :
V you innumerable ramifications it should be is sufficient to take off every hard or POPULAR
\ Here is a recipe for a per- possible to reach the mind and heartof soft corn or callus. This should be I .-,

S t ctly delicious cake made .VV every woman in the :country and tried, as it ia inexpensive and is said. MECifANICSWITTNOYOUCMUNDUlTAhlUIT': All cash, if preferred or V

*v hout butter. convert her to willing compliance not to inflame or even irritate the. ,
'J with the administration's requests. surrounding tissue or skin. .MAGAZINE 2 cent with
1 RECIPE Each state administration will be If your wife wears high heels she per application, .i, 4

>.. 4 expected to secure the co-operation of will be glad to know of this. 18 -
.V V all such AU Ib* Cnfat: Events In per cent on.Novemberul5 1917 7
,' ChocoUt? Layer Cake organizations and agencies in .1 I.. EDaineerina..d Invention*Mechanics. \ ,
,
throughout
i its work. It --- -- ill
.1 ,' f cup Cott A.... 3 !level must co-ordinate their' she World,art described In a" hitemtla - 40 '
V VI 3 cup aupr. baking teaspoons powder activities to prevent overlapping, ad. : especially devote herself. to the interests la. manner. a. they occur. 5,000.000 per cent on December 15, 1917, c
reader each: month.
just the national L ,
food
of the home.
.3 egg. U salt program to v.J .... _. .. ... SC
J teupoon tOwiWewa .
meet local $h We I .11. 4Oper' cent f
V I 3 cup flour. I milk conditions and be. the center Once under way these organizations- 1'\ "I p..wu-\od..hI..I. on January 15, 1918.
,, '0 3V teaspoon lemon Wteanpoonvanilla cup of information on food naerva. will begin vigorous campaigns of L the' .h....a..a MW..a,..k*...#.1..1 1io.Aat. M. .

a >Cream.;Cottolene, aij J cup sugar tiun for its own territory. education.' Agents specially served in :<; .., ........... ,:z-1-r.t: : :: <

VV 1 fciadualrjr. Add retjiainin, cap migy: to Responsibility( for enlisting and directing home economics will be detailed to aid r .e.ss.s to Sal bellS.1._"."..._.....__"_...'U.a... _,..lIa...
I beaten yolk Combine rnhture. Silt this great work,of organization and instruct local bodies. Every
S rN MU vr SMot MWI
i ) ,4 '%-,. L to fint mixture alterpaijy with states by the state council of defense continually the attention of commimU. !61'1 -..____ _IM_.._._l._imr__.__.' -BuY'Q Bond! a.
'
I -milk, laatlr Osvoring aM stlrHjr beaten or similar official organizations.These ties and individuals' upon food eon- cu.a.-: .. __1___ : ?
V 'Qs.hlt.s. FlaW! wilh .cJtoeolat. >,lUDg' will be co-ordinated POPUUUI MIIONA..tea MAGAZINE -- --- -.- ---
- with the servation will be used. Lectures will :
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state sNis1slpvmuMeaAa.Jea. -------- .
agricultural college and its extension be instituted ,and food exhibits and _
I service and the state agricultural demonstrations arranged. The '
gospel
(:: department and will be related of conomy will be preached throughout ; ; mftr 'lt, mtftalmmtltSmn. We shall be pleased to serve you.
fI fe. -.,.,.,.. .
l f I through t -state federal food administrator America in unforgetable terms s.c 1"11 t" .o'e'0I /, "
.
.
00 SilWtefP t esasre .ele.H.eJ. -
.'. V 1Jw*. __ ,. ... with the food administration and.: ourpeople will derive froni it a
44 V . .... at I: Washington. V knowledge of food products and a skill OrlvM Oat Malaria.Builds Up SyctotnTh State Bank
e r. : 1 boccipVV ...-. tIq ,Each state food administration will in their utilization issimmee
: that .will in th> .Old MaaJard veaeral atmathealac ....Ia. .
: V l I ---Ieot ..... {fn lucI. an official woman leader, an end retoup all' the billions the war OKOVlCa TAJtTHCKaa chill TOMlC.4riVeo..t L. . ... V

', " ,... ;:::1:.... : authority: on home economics, who will will. cost. tea.)laIaels.eazIcleth.biqod.eadbulid.uptb.A tr e'tumc. for adult and cblldrem. 604> ", V V4 .. .'" ,,

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THE KISS1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY OCTOBER<< 26, 1917 THREE1


ly-becomes a disease and incapacitated GROWERS !MUST. CO-OPERATE' mora. strict\ Besides, if a car should

them more 'than a pathological sick.! C.COLUMN bei, ''delayed a day or two the products

ness'. When the mail comes from Co-operation among small grower started in poor condition will deteriorate

France of the l-to been urged by the University of more markedly
\1 and FieldBy many men never receive -
; Trap Florida extension division a I, This U a. time' when growers will
I, a package or letter, having no t The list of officers for thenew as find it necessary to co-operate whether -
necessity if the small is to
v-< home connections or affiliations. The I year: President, Mrs. M. A. Clark; market his grower I they like it or not. -
products at all. The ,
au-i
others do of and the effect
course, on recording secretary! MrfJohn, Mc-
thor of the statement is J. II. Ross, of '
the 'ones Is well |
forgotten marked. Phatter; treasurer Mrs. ]M. A. Mone I It will soon: be making time.
the
Florida Citrus Exchange; who I syrup
"These will
women each adopt a soldier -
- I ley; corresponding sercetary, Mrs Some farmets have already begun the
spoke at meeting of the
a eighth annual j
French fashion, and each marri-! ,\ John- Bronaon; vice presidents: Mrs
work
: citrus seminar, Gainesville j I but it is well to wait for the
i Peter P, Carney, Editor National Association' Shotgun' Owners ane will see that no mail goes into J. Z. Roberson, from Methodist The necessity arises from the fact cane to mature. ,
camp without) message for her boy. Church; Mrs. S, B. Aultman, Christian ,
Sports Syndicate I Even if a man cannot join' a home Families left behind will be watched I that (there is a car shortage. The fed I ,
Church Mrs.
With Lieutenant John Philip Sousa, defense unit he may be asked to lend over and assisted, and the returning ; Insley, Presbyterian eral food commission!! is anxious for Buy a Liberty Bond and help win
; world's foremost march composer and j his gun to responsible- member. of soldier if injured, helped to a life of J. ;)M.Cochrane.The'Church; press. correspondent' Mrs. 1 Florida to raise vegetables possible -' the war. >
'; bandmaster, as its national chairman, home guards INht) may be called upon sefulnesi Sd the plan is more thana and will co-operate in' the matter !'
and with many prominent sportsmen to defend the homes and institutions sentimental one, and involves a life: of getting 'cars to move them. The ,
enrollel as members, the organization of a community against military or time'of self-sacrifice./ % five largest unions thisyear sot railroad operating board will also
.y, Of. the National Association of Shotgun | social enemy organizations, mobs, "Numerous food conservation far are as follows: Tallahassee, 114: help But word comes from both offi 'potv4 ACRCjpe YMTH
Owners bids fair to l>e one of the 'etc. meetings are ''held. Mistresses, maids Orlando, 100; Gainesville,. 87;. De ces'that'' less than carlot shipmentswill A i HUNGRY MAMT.HKRE UGIVENIMiapOA -.-
\, most popular end patriotic moves i :The ..shotgun owner who joins the chefs, hotel managers, rcstauranCors,, land, 71'; Coconnut Grove, GO. ho frowned upon', and if acceptedat 1 1As
made since. America entered the world association is, asked to furnish his! meet, discuss and plan food saving -. nil, may \he penalized by an in.
.. i office and home addresses, together and food selection; Some oT the best Editor of. Spectator'' Warns London creased freight; charge. sooq's ;
.. war.At the outset let it be thoroughly with/ his office and home telephone talks have been impromptu ones-from, Audience In this way, it has been checked up You CAN ;
'I 'understood* that tobe eligible for numbers. lie is asked to rtate on the old household! cooks whose mistresses, "A city, though its'' armies! were up rte the growers to co-operate) with
w membership in the new association membership blank how many shotguns prnndo dames of local society "victorious/ was' in dire straitsfor their neighbors in planting,. so. that
.lea j "' cne need only be the owner of a shot- he' owns and also to promise tohave them to tell of' certain 'dishes, combi-; urge food. .Strict search was i made to 'see carlot shipment. 'can'' bo made. The 1
r gUn. i / In his possession a number of nations, menus or systems Food x* that nothinjr that'could, he used for fellow who plants something else' just LLi;;: ::
The real object of the r.ssociation is buckshot loads. perts stand humbly and learn. food should be wasted; and b, a II'l'OMt because his neighbors are all planting ] t
-'. to the familiarity with As the org'llnixation'prows, a chairman i one particular be-Coffered j j ,
Cultivate arms "At all times and in .all places, store of barley and sugar was found. crop may
.. in sport, for the protection of the will\'be named for each tote, and I women knit Waiting for service in And-Ihe general thanked God l that high prices, but he will be unable to
[ .. borne by a civilian rpganizatlon for'1 it is./-*pec ted that he will, in turn, apPoint restaurants, in trains and street cars, '.hev.were -ssve'l.! There- was enoujrbbarley market his product. It will be better 1.8. OXIY'io '
first Did to' the public authorities in I IO 1 a-captain for each community. at lectures and during the sermon. : rind" OS'E
.O , Piobably these units will be fixed' geographically ''"Women who do' thinks are doing }hold out till wrevMimllit! < that was community will plant the 'same crop ARGUMENTThat
() according to the location more. Many women whom nothing .lIr tf come in' a few I1whth'l. The or crops so that large and regular will appease a hungry man, I
, Is ."Home Defense.". Every patriotic of the trapshooting clubs in a state else'has aroused to service, are showing \barlcvmixed'witii" po' =.it wtuM wake shipments can be guaranteed '., \'! riid that is the ..sing: before him
\ citizen who: cannot fight for his'counitrjri'over" : {i One is asked to send fifty cents.with I ; positive genius 'for helpfulness. e:..vi g.nt'| bread aaq;1 the s.1ral: vould It will ulso be necessary to load the
there" should be prepared.)." the application blank to become a I, Some, alas, still tat! Entertaining is gaVe the children. cars to full capacity, which means ot a substantial appetizing meal.
to defend his own .home'and fireside. member this money to be used to of the simplest, and week-end- '"Alns'staid the civil authorities! larger loads than"have usually- been I I Might we make a suggestion? \t
many
And to do this he should have iii his f cover organization and other, necessary era gossip In the hostess: '' gardjn 'alJthis barley and -miarar nmst 1 bi shipped. To do this, shippersmust! you are searching forshop
home a shotgun and I I' some buckshot expenses and the cost of the insignia 'an oil-cloth covered table and over fold turned into beer; we dare not touch be sure to use good containers that j I j where you can-purchase a flavory
loads. of the association' of will stand higher piling in the
r' I I Clothes.too, it. car, roast or en appetiteentertainingchop
There at approximately which is sent to each member. R. B. gauze. are reflecting the 1 and also rougher handling, if I
are present seriousness of the times and are sim "The general, rvho'was a simple! ncces or steak that this is the very
10,000,000 shotguns in the hands of Hurst is 'the national secretary Ho soldier Bar)'. And the qualityof the product
ple. Most ; household and > are cultailing -
Americans. 'is located at No. 17 East Eleventh' and women personal expenditures, and was ansrry.This: I jsa.tpvyu..jjf.:; must not' bectfalL.heloruratandaty4 J '' ! : < { l.,..,..",-.-_:.:-._.".T""'. -..s..p" - ,", nnMj71JjiMTF-.'- ..'*"**' -- :T.
These are distributed so that there street, New York. He will .give any : : !!". .fflY'nJC.t' *J.-the. numeroulI'Wtu'"eHe't -!
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each- 'Jnfo.r.mat.'un.desi > ('lull :. I
are many shotgun owners,in city, ; ; s FOcfHtions.( '.' I believe the household isIll'Afi.ting.Ax1h can he allowed to turn into beerJrbaW4lxJirBt more".cal ) *
town- .village-; and ommunlt :To ""E. A. Zealy of New York is the Sending inferior vegetables to marI I
:;:be' jYiado'-ifi'to'-tirpn'd and
: .5fciJwiht/ -i i i';fri Market
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Idea ket has '
that birtlr'to" beC'n'profitablt
know where these shotguns arc and to father of the give: eliminating of the !so save the'people.' never to the
knowL-that'ench N/A. O. organization has unnecessaryand !! \producer, and .now, while prices
owner Of a''shotgun the S. The : substitution of "Put it was even so.' Tho'citv fell may
.. has the ammunition to protect his taken hold in,, every state in the .". a wellselectedmenu. and the conquerors drank the teerf"! be higher, the market is likely to be ,

.home'is. another object. of the National union. 1 To those of us who labored over the The tense silence! that followed was: ,
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f registration cards of the national defense .iroV-n 'by this declaration!\ :
the following has a sympathetic "Th p'oner, thin to do. 'tlv [
touch: St trnjo-ht) lliinjf .to do, the only .honorable >> g
Duties and Which' Come to Women j
II"I I Privileges ;
'"I almost, forgot to tell that for thinpto do, is to "*ii 1) the
you h'n'I'1
weeks the 150 women who urn in rln ,ra and rive the neorl" livp-uf.: J The Favorite' Store of Kissimmee I a 1I

, By Celeste J. Fripp I net'dor\ abilities, but .-inspiration j the actual l registration for the -woman's : famine facincr-the world, -tJw (government .'
I must stay the food destroyerson
d In to Mrs. W. S. Jennings, c-nle in reading about them. Ii council of national defense have
land
response j been as' welt\ Ion sea, if we lire ti>
Dr. Grace Whitford of Ozona, "ha r.I I It is great o. read of thi i ju> -tiig.! coaching daily. Many more will /have victory." '
man of the health department of the 1 efficient endeavor of a Invgj yroun of assist in the work under\thl'ir guiilance. -
.. F. ,F. W. C., writes an exceedingly in- ". amen which brings about the imcstI '|I This is a task that involves fURNITUREWE ? :
terestinfg article on war relief seen by'oil I morn ( within its club) of $70,000 to many technicalities! not apparent even The biggest" thing e'.r"pt. no (" ,.
her, In the north this summer. oijrrj' on the ynr3( gardening: 200,- to -careful reader -of the cards. To earth ia the Great Pyramid If hOOOO.OOO 1// .
The writer having some acquaintance I (1(10' homes, upturning for the first :I be at all effective, this work must $ cubic- feet. The fool dew!
with IV. Whitford, and knowing I I time the soil cf 8,000 acre It is ge expertly done troved by drink during the war' "
many members of the Woman's Club I'great for one single smaller group to 1! 'The war, madame,' has changed would make two' Great Pyramids. -

of Chicago, of which Ur. Whitford !J send.to Trance 1\ ?2,000ambulance many things; many viewpoints, many both bigger than the Pyramid of HAVE IT !
writes, and naturally interested in all the article contains, yields to the impulse I fine to send 8,000 carnations: to the ,I The longest British railway is the
to pass part of it to the Valley I jackiog of the Great Lakes naval ,KIDDIES. MUST GO'TO SCHOOL (treat Western: it is over 3.000 miles, a r t
Gazette. j treinirjf camp on Mother's Day but it would not hold the food destroyed Y
The club did not lay aside its actiyi- (17,000( faekk'g! ala encamped in and NOW-PARENTS SATISFIED by drank since war Ivsrnn.. If every a
des for the summer, when usually its near Chicago), It is human interestfwhkh Inch of it were crammed with wagons; t
members have sought the' seclusion of sends groups ef women daily When the report tor the first month the Crept Western Railway wogld In conDect o. with oar Hardware line we carry a complete

mountains, seashore or suburbanhpmes" to the vrj.'ioua schools,, centers! and of the Kissimmee schools was made need hundreds of miles more line to fine of furniture We make a specialty Gf outfitting homes, aid ..
but increased their tivitIesa' factories to Americanize' foreIgn out it was observed that the compulsory hold the trainloads of food 'destroyed. Vandl, reliable I.
hundred different groups, doing a I mothers and girls through language. attendance law now enforced in There are but 750,000 railway wag- V '
i hundred.different things in different To teach them English-to.t;ach them this county for the first time is having ons in the United Kingdom, but if the
/''Ways-for as the doctor says: | elf protection, so necessary: because a salutary effect on the cln'bnic'de. Drink Trade had 'them all\ they would Bed Room Furniture Dining
"War is a very real thing to the of enforced entrance into industry. linquents. In most instances\the parents not hold the food it has destroyed; it ,
>women of the large cities. Already Much she tells of the Red CroosV seem willing to abide by the new would need hundreds \ of thousands Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par-
"I pne sees the wearing of unostenta- '\' work and of the p-ac'.Jeallincs in food prder of things/ and are giving the attendance more. ..
, aqua.mourning' for relatives! who fonnervntian.: As to parts of her nrcs.j officer little trouble, either There are about 30,000 engines on lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers
'have made their 'rendezvous with j, sage which contains helpful fcugges- 'in this district or in the St. Cloud dis- our British railways, and if th". food ,
''i 'death.' Or two or) three sons and the tions is quoted the following: trict, where the law is in force. destroyed were made tip in trains of Couches Etc.
husband may be 'over there,' or training I "A'ery interesting experiment is The rural schools of the county, as 123 tons apiece, all our engines would ;
to go, so their women dedicate ,,I to be tried by a group; of experienced I well as the graded ones, are observing not pull. them; we would still want ,
their waking hours to the w"ar work, j workers. Consulting with the colonelof registration.day. 0.000. more..-"The Fiddlers," by 'Arlur J? :

which in:.a great majority of cases is the artillery company then in camp, :The schools' of Osceola countyiare f Mee. : i.iitf'f/'i'' !ililfI'" '. \ 'Ilii store i it making a record for itself In tb< matter" "'01 ].;, ..
,_ " best done in our country." ". .,;. Cs. 4" ,Zhex.fkcd: him whoft, ', could''' dp i'obseryinR registration.. day :andsSuntjportand J&j) 1 { '"ifl; iWt1h<; / I"\\\ 'e V
Of course, the article' refer ; o.,,bt g t>est \ sae rv r ': ,I, ,\ ', : ;"I.> iT\ \ J.1\E 4\ ''k'owel ", tendingoutleardsttocrlf'jural d { e 1.6)0( 09J() t'. '){ ., to ea., *. .ee.", cad.an...,.,, :
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things which only hit cilieVand, great1' l l''(,)f'l ip y'aidj'write,;\ to 't.he'loyg. ,;,,AIieOt \ /} !dtstricthasking f rlltup3 aye OUt\: ash brai i n7'FranceBad_ .dli fi!, rihL'.f"t", .. .: . ' \ : 'r" .

I i, :wealth can accotnplieht'.Mytch" h' :-.J {] ',PI } men guff er '\' t.Jtl'om'; ; 'co-operatiprr in the food con e asesjand l-wine in[Franc 'are-r .. ,-.-
\.' work could ;hot. applttao( 5 1", rg.la'lhom..s1cine&s. : : ), which"real! I servation campaign. perils to American soldierthan: GermAn ri
_._ _.__ _._.____n._ bullets, according to statements
IIP.Y'"c''<,"" -.-- --_ .. - a ,- ..--- -- made in Chicago; October 2nd, by,1 TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS ;;
I M. C. A. leaders from all over the i,

countrv. plans were laid to raise $3i,-
S r !1 y
OdO.OOO November to
J ; carry on Y
I No matter what kind of Engine tare Gai Steam
M. C. A. work abroad to save solditrs an you ,

! from moral dangersGi SherWood I Railroad or Stationary Engine-w bare exactly the Tool you

j t Eddy of New York, associate secretary need in your everyday work-Wrench.**, Hammer, Oiler, etc.,
of the Y. :M. C. A. war work! j all of the beat quality; and workmanship, and at price that will
councildescribe. ;! the dangers whirl")
V r' / v'n""und American tl'OOPSlh'oad, surprise you. This tore ha the npula60D'of handling only ;.

/ He said p. major, said to me: "I lost I hardware that !il of superior qu.ality and you will make no mistake

I / tiio'ic men through bad ;iliscases" than in coming here NOW and i inspecting our Lig stock
I did from enemy's bullets.
ftihtV t1 ., 'll "There are enough unnamable' I '
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cuses in the armies of oar allies\ to
curse Kurqpe for three years," Mr.
Eddy said, "and the same is true in I,
the German, army. Osceola Hardware Company

"I have seen artists, theological .
students and members of tho nobility ,
in the isolated camps of the diseased
f soltiiers." : -

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For Better EngrveO Calling; Cs.rds and Wedding A. CARSON. PresidenL N. C BRYAN Secretary
Shooting--- Invitations, Engraved e.nC Embossed .
Stationery can be secured'
the Gazette office. Let U3 show you The Waters & Carson
our samples and prices. tf -
? A MAN is so busy these times that when he does get ,


a couple of da Y s' hunting or an afternoon at the KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL Grocery Company )'


he is for action --- --- '
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traps, looking. ___ -- Saving .
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Kissimmee People Know How

He wants to be sure about his gun -and that is one To Save It. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in :

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great reason why everybody speaks so highly "of the Many Kissirnmee people i take their 'GROCERIESo.o.o.o
I lives in their hands by noglcctin! ? the

I. Remington UMC Pump Gun and Autoloading Shotgun. kidneys when, they know these organs
I' need help. Weak kidneys ate responsible
for-a vast amount of sufferingand --
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: And in shells, you: will get Remington UMC results only dangerous ill 1eaW1-.tho, l sc Doan's slightest\ ; Kidney delay Pills is WE SELL: 000 J .4o WE BUY'! ..

that has thousandsof
r' -remedy helped 44
from Remington 0MC Smokeless uArr w'" and :Nitro I kidncysulTercrs.' Hero is a Kissim- 4 HAY l *a 0 ..
1 nee citizen's recommendation.: ? .
000 HIDES
Club," the steel lined speed shells"-and in black |I I was J. B.laid Hilard up for Emmett eleven St.months, says:with"I ,'ff GRAIN 0 .
0FURS
i' the old established 'New Club." !, rhejmint'c pains! and a physician said '>00 FERTILIZERS -0. 0 .
powder, the trouble was brought or. by disor- I' WOOL ..
''dered kidneya I was in about ns bad 4 I o % ,.
'I shape as anyone could be. 'I had' SIIINGLES 0 . "AND . .t
Sold Goods Dealers in Your taken kinds of' medicine, butdidn't 0> .-
: by Sporting Community many .ft OR NGE'BOXES .
... results. I used 4
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finally
get any A o 0 ALL 1
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+ r r I I moan's' Kidney Pills rnd ,1 noticed ,.!. +
' r I Clean dnd oil with REAl OIL the' combination 0 ORANGE WRAPS, '- S
/ your gun their good effo't right fiv/ay. Six : 0 COtiNTRY '

'fit .., Powder Solvent, Lubricant and Rust Preventive t.boxes'r.n made ire feel ever so much bet 4 VEGETABLE CRATES .* .
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i 0 PRODUCE' ;
Oo per
.... 'I, Price 60c< at all dealers. Don't.> CRATE NAILS ' ,..I" ..' hn

THE REMINGTON ARM:? UNION METALLIC f'simply ask for a kidney remedy-;getDean's 0 0 .. .
:.' > Kidney Pills-the same that 000000000000000 I 000000000000000We .
CARTRIDGE COMPANY, Inc. Mr. Dilard had. Foster-Milburn Co., \
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field nd deeds of aU kind* J JWi ,
I Mfgrs. Buffalo N. Y. .ell garden
Ltrftit Manufatturtrt( of Firtma.nJ Ammunition ;in lUWoiU __ __ .. '
:give Special attention to fitting out hunting. and camping part i
if' ... WOOLWORTfi'BUILDING, NEW YORK:. To Cure a Cold In One Day. l Free delivery in city limiu. "Phone No. 12. .

'J"aJreUXATtV oath add H BKOUOreload cad Qatel worts.oil It sloe.u..Card the W. ar.county agents for good fcnuizcn. Ask tu,-for rcu1ar'ud pri *.tfertilizeq.
Dno.1Jiate mtonrr' it itK. Sails 10 _No -
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FOUR THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY ,. ,

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.:". KISSIMMEE' VALLEY. GAZETTE .'CITRUS OUT EXCHANCE'MAPS BIG-ADV., CAMPAIGN II I I Proceedings' of the County Commissioners II "


r.t....... 11.1': '' Friday.OfSr That citrus fruits ore "medicine *Piece nrr-

.. \mtl9f <,...!.* Umtlitrnm, that tastes Better than'food and food --

HI..I..... 1"1.1'1. more potent than medicine" will be

the keynote of this winter's advertising V Klssimmee, Fla., Oct. 1.1, 1917. burned while the road gang was working -
W. B. IIA It It IS ... J,:. G. VAMS! A NKWVwarr the road across the. state. After
I campaign of the Florida. Citrus The Board ot County Commission
the board
between
; : .. Exchange. ers in and for Osceola county, Florida, some Discussion
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.* .104. *4 11Oivo Commissioner E. L.
Copy for magazine and newspaper and Mr. Drought,
space featuring the food and health met in regular session on the above D. Overstreet made motion that the

... i value of oranges and grapefruit pre. date at 10 a. m., there. being present. matter be referred to Commissioner
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pared by Jefferson Thomas, the advertising Ernest Mach, chairman; E. L. D. J. K. Hilliard for Investigation. which

agent of the Exchange, was Overstreet. 1C Hilliard, A. E. Bass, motion was seconded by A. F. Bass,

presented and adopted at yesterday's commissioners; John .8. Cadel, attorney and same carried.

meeting of the board of directors. for the board, and J. L. Over- Letter from the State Road( Department

This advertising material previous. street clerk. calling the attention of the

ly had been favorably acted upon by The board was called to order by board to anniial mee.tinp of said board

the advertising committee and endorsed its. chairman Ernest Mach. Wednesday, October, 1 10th( 1917i als<>. 'I

1 with enthusiasm by Dr. J. II.I The minutes of the regular/ meeting!:., !letter iioiri Florida Slat Automobile

j I lions, the president; Fj, L. Skelly gon.orul \- of September 3rd, special meeting of Association! stating tttat} the Stude.: We have had the good luck to secure .a few more. of the celebrated

sales manager; C. E. Stewart, September .17th and September 22nd, taker. automobile, people wore: fiimr.ing These '42 Piece Set that
: Jr., business Directors Gil- Limoges China Dinner Se..... are retail individually
manager; 1917, were read and approved.Mr. with the association to furnish a

lelt and TiWcn and others present.In J. M. Lee came before the certain number of signs ,to lie. erectedon I for $14 or $15, and we have a variety of very attractive patterns. ';
emphasizing the usefulness of board and reported the roads between I .
tpedlied highway\ ; *, and asking/ the i '
citins fruits, in maintaining strength. Kissimmee and Whittier in need of Hoards of Commissioners! to co-oner- .. 2
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Siilincrlpflon KnlrolM& und preserving health, the l Exchange j] repairs and asked the hoard to stop '
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'. ('''I'' < Y.'nr. - ____.'Z .to i 18. following "dp the tenor of its adver. | heivy( trucks! from traveling over pub ate with. the association in 01'111"d gettntrj, Under the plan that we. are selling these sets, you can secure: one .::

Hmo( MI,e '4'tP('tt1t7))'',, Thio SS' Monthn. '1II""th.) ._. .-i---. -.._-_--. -_ I.lfl.16', Using for Kcveral years past: In the j 1 lie load The board, [being advise 1 such whereupon, (signs the placed clcrk'was when instructed! I towrite : I i, at a ,very nominal cost. Call! at our store and let us 'explain how easy . I,
pupt two or three seasons the campitign "> by their attorney as to the law re ,
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of of these
and state thnt become the or sets.
nuRociatipn more
the it is. to owner one
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'' the .
for education of the j .
All I coinmunlf. % """kit'* "XI' Pi. fi' ..m oiirliulhiM public garding'such matters, ..C'.ommillllioner'll. Hoard of Commissioners of Owe- '
'Iroil e4)ti''l.tJtlI'IIl: niuot 4, .'./(11(01 l by tho wrll.-r j: tion and support of ..the .California torney for the bpard be instructed to ola county would co-operate Corner Drag Store "
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:' Itojcrtod matlor will. not be returned Fruit Growers' Exchange.' notify the public that the board would, them :1n carrying out the plan. Several I
unlov culled for.En This the advocacy of wider I I I other communications were read
year enforce the 'law in regard violation '
.. :.' <( ero.I In the I'oMoffleo at Kllm- : consumption oranges and grape of said law, which motion was second. I 11-efore .the board. and same ordered Phone'.297 !

me't-. Florida' a. .uoond-clus, matter.) fruit because of their food and health ed by J. K. Billiard, and carried and filed.I .
qualities and in order that more solid it was so ordered.- I I I" The clerk presented report of Mr.

OCTOBER 26,- 1917 foods; like grains. and meat, may be I! Mr. J. M. Lee also asked the boardto B.' E. \Evans, county demonstrationagent --"..- ----' -' -
: __ I conserved for shipment abroad, has I make ''certain repairs to the road which was :read in open board

the cordial backing of the United from Peg Horn to Finnie Point, and ordered filed.
Save. wheat meat. fat and sugar. States food administration. Magazineand whereupon the board agreed to have I The clerk called the attention of ( CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS

newspaper articles now appearingwith said road repaired at an early date. the. !board, to. the. fact. .that. certain record .
welcome.. in --
J.t Make every stranger the approval of Mr. Hoover and Mr. J. M. Will son. Jr. came: "before books in the Clerks oince were in

.2.:. I.. .- ._ _t ha city._. _.. ... ... . ................._................. his. stafLj&tronglxjstress: !I : points, the board.and: asked-.thfnv.for settle- bad shape and should be rebound; I'M ; ) !I Fills Ntl.K:-I..41K.K HICK.: ITKKit
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; oQ also NmL--M1! a.r.!.. r l...c. : H 'HV.4 A< '
BWciiTrattenlfon to-thd economy "menl'f6F Jypre"88; TreeVarpef bllt'wi'l'J 'Ijol'U'J\ >O.ri1h; :! ('Jm stfif"tMI :: - , ---. \ f'.t'j|b= : IIJroMMTI! :: <>>aI1j.:<
One more day to subscribe to the in buying. citrus fruits .prevailing. dered 'September 3..d, 1917, whe..e.1 I I'I have, all books rebound that needed. I[1- 1'IIICIl II5At4lAItl.lt. iNUI'Illi' ; "

liberty lo an. . prices. ** upon Commissioner JK.. Milliard r. . JWJo I.1.INOS tot cnt. Apply to MTlllor. ,.*T xII HIH A>."TIIKICT.' : '.' 1IJrr---.

s it To lIan'dle'ejl't bllfI I made a motion that the attorney for I I The following bills were examined, __. I. .
\\'ANTI"o-H to $))0
This la! potato week How( miny| Arrangements that have. been under the board be instructed to ascertain I approved and ordered paid:, I'l'M-BTB Foil' SAKn-.4( nl.UKln. load, j.aUl,1 1 for ompty III'aln.cash cotton per and hundred. for-
discussion for several months who should said bill and ut t'n nillcn I .. nt MIB, JAR)> Tnii'o I tills '.' ..
It..kN.'rlt.
spuds have you eaten: pay report 0. ncrnl road fiitnl. transfer .. !3.I.CiO.CtlI<.'< \ for pnrtlvular.
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1- were finally completed for giving the I to the board at November meeting I I Krn M Mnoh c'ommlmclom-r. . 24 ('tt I II' -111'.1, I AiMrosM Hnnio ICnKprUe Iluronu. UO'C

.1 Every liberty bond Iniy brings i benefit of the sales machinery of the I I which motion was seconded by Commissioner I. P "'tvor-ti.oct., commit.. - -16.M'I (."' 'on "'AI.I.-iijn". .....' ('5 III'. at) 15 IHI) 't f.st.! l ()riaido. Kla. . 45-ltp<|

you ] organization to vegetable growers. It A. F. Bass and carried,and J. Ifot-Jl\llInrd.: \ ) the to its clone A. K Haf ernn.tN----------- 2 J !'S 'I'j 1..IIWr- Ovtroont Ixtwoen I'alr Groundsanil .
nearer
I war. II j i is believed that a large number of I it was BO ordered. I I U H nil>'. .. 691'11' I .... <)I'd)( omnls------------ I Novi'inht-r I VL.niil
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I these will market their 'product :Mr. C. A. Carson appeared before W. F "'.. ; 4 oft, l.y KlAHlitinK'o 161h.I., ,.. I. N. ('., llox KK, 'qrIR'lIo. 46-lt
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St, Johns county is following the through the Exchange this I K liass. J.itor-----------) I .
season, .
the board in the interest of the Osce. 4.3.,11'oH | ---
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fur Nil 41 I Cii
I .hn S ('r.4.I. atlornot _
example of Pinellas in agitating the contracts to this end already having ola Fair: Association, and asked them 1.1.( ?'I. Slorphrv) j udlte <.o. rt_-_ .. 51'."" ;; POH WAI..K-Good work h.n.. .... welffht
no-fence law: I Ix'on made in several communities. I to make a donation to the Fair Association -I H. Intrrnm, fnro of jail.. ... zn nil 1 !oII.F.Ip'a. ,. \. ""'c.Il 3(".0)1 hl.r- .lull pound, Rille hnrnos and wniroii.
,. IIOKH' S' ''OIUtl Of If'ij..t h. I I'h.-Mp !
... S* ("Mi" .1' and nllth..rou.hbred Itorknhlri. ,
I Wherever practicable local associations 1: Kuitff.. N' d"m. ajrt-- ,
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I I from the special publicity fund 'I r. I O".r..I"1, ,'Ik ""I.i "lid "Ci'" l I.i IIINlt.\ < .Will. / IMllHimi fi'T l.lttl". bfiar pl/!. It lcktr.on. 88-tf
.The posession of a liberty bond is' of vegetable growers will be I I of $1.OO() ( to assist in carrying, / out purpose I \V. n ('r"wh.r.l.. i"rtm 1\11). _ III foG1II"lnt"u" I' 01.! \\ .11' ". I lilt .

a budge of honor. The more you sac- formed but in other places truck will of Association in advertising the i I I ,,- _ _ (, ..," i :,;.i'ri ',.:-\L!.: ..;;',;::-ir;;; : f'.r, i 1 01.11 I' url':"" K4III N P. li:-Ille' A IICX.

II I .rifice the'grcater the honor. be bundled through the existing bodiesof county; whereupon, E. L. I). Over- n."iii"n'1(.I. J.lvllllC"I":l1"nl"/'I.,1', "_ .u..__ .-__ - " : :Mix. "Sul.-ill A.I.1IH.. il.. i'. it., .1! ulll" I lil.i:- Lionel, for wrapping purpono
l-' 0- I citrus IlI'0werespl''ially; where i street, made a motion that request be :1 H II. Iiurfroo j..t.- _.___,_..- T 1 ,,(, !>< "Id) ] III "I III.I; lllUll.Hl, '' 1.1.1,1.1, .. 1"i.'i ftc. Apply at Valley Oaiotte.
The soldiers of thfe' national' many of the members of the"e'grow : granted: which motion was Seconded :!' tills ..1"11117"" ____n__... _. R till I .li.f .)Ii. II. TII .s..1.1.i :N..nili.; ,.:i :'I.IC.ll'lll. !.. lOtf
army ; I I I ,
lillllilllll.: ) l'It'1'
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.IrM. <) M YOHTIBX .
are setting a spk-ndid example in subscribing both fruits and vegetables. ,' by A. )V. Bass and carried by unanirn005 -_'I M I, rhaumjiMIH '-.__ _-_-__ ___ .do \\iiun.,, I. .\,In, ".ililt.ti.il.( ''ii'. 4-Jt UI.SI.nA1. KARMINO I Ii, profitable In
to' the liberty loan. Other matters connected with the vote of the board I.. MahloxM .__ __ ._ __ .__. lilt I 1"JnrldR.] Tn'1, _____ .,______ selling plans of the Exchange for the Rev. J. C. Farmer appeared before' !a. Mri'IMnnilMm __--_.___-.__.. S.bftHdrt' J..1t .SM.i: -1 Sti.i' \ I lniiv ,'illl1\. : .(he blllllo riiiHlnir' for dairying llvls smelt, fruit arid and poultry truck
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I C ry vfirlotj noii' I h*'t-
Every one"who'purchases a liberty I' fall nnd winter season, many of themof the board and asked them to pay I, Mr. JUicy A. fo11mmnn..r I'fldtr.tt----------,,_ ,. t
bond does so with the knowledge that I a routine nature occupied the time Susan Yates something for maintenance -I J. H INnncll.Will .-_.___.__..._.____ <>,OO 4 <. ItFIVnArilR .anil llumearekor..' 28 Six): inontlis' trialRuliHcrliillon
I of the directors at yesterday's! meet. j for the reason' that she wall .Tn n.. f'l.'ttieOjs. .--- .__. _..- fl.(III I rr,.... Adilre Florida cents. Karmer Sample copy)
and.1IlnrmRt
they are! backing our boys at the front. _. . R.f"l'H..TIIII. TUArrS. flnent 1)11(1, l Hoartlio I
i i' ing. The, list of. division and district | not able to support herself, and hatPno Hull.. .j -, fi.dfl'(\ rlt.v, noluliliorhooil. nf Mr. llnwrU'fl ek..r, Box 8GO. Jackionvlllo
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managers for the year waft announcedby one to whom she could go for support Dolin fwlllniiton -, 4.Ml ", pl.tco. ",'ry njo lorato ii rin** and Kla. 62..t&. &' i
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"Write your letter*' early" is good Kales; Manager Skelly as finally whereupon E. L. D. Overstreet ClAutl Sylvontcr _-MWMM.n..J.MfB. -- -----. fi.OO- long, time to pnv. Mo..t .I(14IIlrRhl.l to I .
advice for on November first the new completed, there having been but few made motion that the A. H \ViIson..s.-----------. 11'4011 own line of t )lu. fifii Nt llttlo I I farmff. nononr J. (11t l IUNT..P'lIrlllt.li..d: room orapnrtm.'nt.
I a ( board pay her th" city. A\"r(1e( tn the, J
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__ 11.0Rls. ownerV. for
1-'rAnk Evans light housekeeping
'three-cent letter rate. goes into effect. changes. Discussing. of the selling $5: which motion seconded B. uu.u. \ ,\V. Youn I.ll.erty ,' > :
I was by ... Valloy ( alt. l-Kal ads. t.R.75' ( II..r. fhlo. In rn..rn. convenient house, close In.
II, charge for the coming, year brought |i 11. Guy, and carried, and it was so or XI..". V-O, allotR bond elect, 2311/\/\ or Inijulrtof. II. :M, Urcakor Kl*.lmnioe. <> I Mm. )oJ. K. \Vol1n. Ueal BstAte and In.sursnceJI5 *
"Shall we allow hogs Tn the city?" I out comparisons with the figures of dered. l':rn<*pt, Mod,, carfare cot pnup.J 725 I 34-3ini. I 1 J1tRbbette Sit l>hone 4<2.NOTH ..
C Orlffln. bunk. ('0. jaiL. .. ?2 (Ml.. .
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Florida editor asks. In independent and marketing I -
a : speculative
our opinion The board also instructed the clerk \Wnnor & Kawvor. t5pe. rlMumnInnpertor 4 35 - ----- -- - ----r-------------

t. S there must be a good many hogs in agencies which showed 1 that Exchange I not! to draw a warrant for Julia JerniI Klortlon, I Court -. . . - . . . 14371 'K TO (' )\TIIACTOH1Tho
the cities now judging. by the manipulation ; growers generally fare considerably -I, gan any further as they were advised f> 13 I'ropcr- -0 (I/) State 'Hank. of 'KI tmtnt'e. $ luan
of food prices. > I IQ better in the-matter of net returns -I. that she did not need it, and 'to draw a .1. C TlHon. __ "'2.00 'I (! iniiiitlin.. F it K, --_ _- ? 1,00000 hoard of I'ubllo Instruction efKo t
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n Tliompkln :2: $ .
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'I IA. -- tat hank of KltoRlmmei*. .I..t. > (.oli& County. Klorlda. will rocelveiiropoHnlff
for thelr'fruit than do the pat- warrant for $5 per.month for Mrs. R. B. ikvurmore------ ._.- 1 0(1 Ifn loanXtato .. .. . 4000 for furnishing material and
President Wilson has issued V II. Konnt-y, J. p Ai ret box 5.IHI'
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> Ion lumilFtato 2.UOO) 00 and erection of a aohonl building at
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declaring Sunday, October I to support and who is not physically P L Hanflv comml."ion.210' 7Xft 1lJs'ola Hank, nf KlfRlnirn i., .hit. 1<.'nltlIMvilllt.'Ia.|]. ., until 1O a. m., Nov.
4; 28th a day of prayer for the success i TRIANGLE: ACTOR STARSAS I able to earn their support. ( llrtw. Co.. rep.. closet. : on ]<>an to Hi n H..v . 15000 f.th., at tin. cifnce of the Superintendent
-:;'. of American arms this being in Commissioner B. II. Guy made a Ct Hn. Jail :.. -_ .r.O., its t.- Hank nf KiRMlrniiloe. )oun of Public I Instruction, |In the City. "ofKI'Rlininfe.
accordance !- -
GENUINE LIFE SAVER F. W. 11111, J. E, end ret. ballot 6 months (1.'n. 1ov.--------- Florida..
with the resolution adopted motion that the clerk be instructed to boxc1I! _..______.--'-._.__._ ceo Hank. of 1< lsNIminostnt.' 2,000.0014icte lild. niUHt be accompanied ba "..r-
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S 'by congress, for such a day of prayer .' eO" notify Mr, B. E. Evans to appear be- In.to1' 1leVtiop.e,. .". ..l.. e'' on- loan to, Rotoma . 000 tilled cheek In the Bum of 300.( (>. man ., .
S. ;; v ," LTod i.n rns.\T' illnile'' actor,who appear fore,i the.i board on ,the'j 13th';dayjj of ('M t: f.' C' 2: : '\'IrrIa.(Jro ( up t ":: : payablotto .'Walter (J,,. l1a... .
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ilifi tjj\t,1. JIf I'n i r ... ,
I in| pportfof Enid Bennett 8 in of her Hoard 'of I'utallci l
OctoberIatj8Jpeciali[ session theboardawhlchnotlon1was1seconded '
( got! r TlndRII' :200 I
Th fforroal SwarnTngflsswed l gray Ruarantoa<&thatfith" ) "
the MuccrB
I [[on 'Thel\ other I nstlnd.-3w.filch(will Lbo ., : by SiP1n J Huckl..y' 24)4) ; I.lfl... ] i 2131 will t'ntprltiito .ur..ly! hond ( ]
,. .4 P I-, Instructions{JJ'ecel.vellllrom( ( SltheB food hownTaythe.jGrandJnextLWednesdayJathleteiTandf CoDnni BloncrJJgKlllilliardJandcari I l M Haynolds :2 I 10/1 I'''''' '''' *30 ) ic-rrcfntJ> .| ( Chalrm"n.I"'
: I Administrator$ states H thatp atfaugar expert fswimmer distinJGruished r J Cammins 3.0' IJo lllu.1 'J'. III"I.r. j.r ot Iold "'<>rkmu t commente"
( famine is the It is n eci Vn pnBjs BffT mfB P P P B B.*, .IKlng 2.00 I.IJl.iMPni 19.1 day'afterithoiilettlnmof, ,it III*
now country. ? ? } ,
upon himself fpr bravery at of ' -' : .
one The board took a recess until 2 ) 0111.- '" 2.0J. /; ', of l I" IU "1'he Hoard the
p.m. .I rogervo
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not strange that one of the' !first ef the beach' resorts near* Los Angeles The board met at 2 a full K. c.onn.Ktont ._.____-_._______.._ 2.no on mtKro. I I' K_ - .. _.._ .: 30000 sect any and nil bid.
. j fects of the war l if to take some of the' recently when he helped save the lives board pm. '\ I.uinbor Co., lumber_ ___ 69.40 Jon Johnxton.: fturvi' and- I'lana and SpectllratlonH can be obtained -
being present. IA H. "Farmer sRI. guards. 3, n.no 1nt of ,
capt. ) ronil
Alan
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sweetness out of our lives. 14 00 from. J. Mnrl <>n I _>f n score of bathers who were in perilin Mr. S. V. Ramsey appeared before 4'. M RoKom, guRr..h . 122.00 ..3.V.. Th..rnl."n.lrnn... anil KlHRlmmoti, Florida. upuii the
the heavy surf nnd rip tide. Burns I the board in the. interest of tick eradi O. W. Afthton mffr road ,..rRd. 225.(Ml), hurlnl/ paupers' . . _ _ 1500A di'pot) of cortllled Cheek In the cum of

BUILDS TABLES AND BENCHES I was in the crowd driven to the sea- i I'ution' and asked thorn to assist in W Pan& Brown C. Oro,, Co.guard-----------. 'up. to 11V <} f,34 ISO"/I.2H4n : : I Malntonani'tMix. I M t. HioMHmi-- __ __ 00 $25.: \VM'1'Ffl C. HASH
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FOR PICNIC PARTIES tide by southern California's recordlot carrying out the work in Osceola ;\ K Mnklnnon, sup to K HKil .. .xr, Mrs. Janh' Johns - - 6 00 I Chairman Honr.l of I'ulillo 1 Jnntruction .
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day when the professional lifesavers I County; matter discussed' by board Camil>i.)ll, potatoo to H. U. 7.Mlt0 I Mrs: K K \Vi-ight----------: = -= : 600 oxui'ulu County, "'Ia.I .
I I called for volunteers to helpihesii action ; Julia I- Ha, ..n.. nun, to R. O. ____ \\'. 1. llalhor, lull c nnN.. 11(16UHHOHHinont \( Attest:
: no taken. Kisi.ImnceWagon. Works, repairs I .5. 315 60 I C. )oJ. VOW I Lr... Secretary 4)S-Jt) :
A. E.
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who has
Drought of the with the
one cope emergency created The clerk called the attention: of the on C\>. WIIIIOn.u & 2r. W 'J.1 Harbor, .Blx month. coinui ,
.S most picturesque places near here, has '>y the unruly ()('l'an. Among other I hoard to the fact that; .:Miss Albina Champion Hup., {'o.*. tont and I Bond wlrathe
and
shown himself be booster heroic deeds Burns iripc.t n. (1.------------- 137 73 Continued I Buy a Liberty help
to a true ; rescued a young Smith had asked for donation from J. J. Dunn repair ('0. wacon... 3.7T, ( on Pape F.ijrht) war.
by building a thirty-foot table.be.. woman who had been dashed uncon. county to carry out her plans in the ('lty Market moat to R. On .___ 2RA5' -
tween two large oak trees' for the j' cious beneath the pilings of a pier woik she is doing in connection with V. I..anlor, ,potatoes. to R O. 27.50Lupter -- .- -- -----

convenience of picnickers. He has I und carried J her to safety unaided.J..i the canning club; matter passed to &F'.I'rnther auto sup to ..Q62I

provided .benches also and all he asks i.cvt regular! session of the board. I J. Jt.Jhv HirpC--re5.; -:asa- ---.i;;;;
ifi return fop hi. tin.mtjalitv! i.. iKintra. I I paid Rtatn.. and county conv77 00Kmll II
The board instructed
visiting:; the clerk to Marh. hlro of teams------ 1(13( .60Osoeola
L parties the
carry away papers advertise for bids on aproximately Hdw. Co., sup. to R. O. 80.00

-. t..f their.and trash lunch.when they have. finished!,,..i/.iADDITIO.NAL J LOCALS I two and the one-half miles of brick paving I 1.July H. Inirram and August, food -of prisoner 299,30WItnaw.county

t. on Shingle Creek road, and I Judge' court-
Picnic'parties have been in the : l
one mile on the St. Cloud road. 'I I rtr. Martin _' Son
$ habit of walking across the, bridge. I The material for the Ford garage i iI is. The board Instructed 'the clerk to W. T. And..r"u 600
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; and eating their lunch at the end of now being hauled on the grounds and draw the W. K. Churry- BOO
: following warrants: .I Jim Hmlth _
i 600
the
platform at the station then
flag I the erection of.the building will be Marine's Pharmacy for medicine to (*. Raul. r on _.-- .- B.76i
j leaving the paper and bottles, etc., on begun at an early date. county $30.55.W. i Nathan Hkiunt _,___ 4 BO .
the ground. This is very unsigntly paupers, Frank Buwen -.-..._ eon
,t S and uninviting to the passing public Mr. J. D. Woodbeck of Kissimmee. ., & C. Gro. Co., for supplies for 1.. H. Intcram, cost Jan'y term .

who make the trip to St. Cloud by rail was among the out-of-town visitors county paupers, 750. I I I I county court _...-._ 600
M. Katz to .
aupplle prisoner 31 25
or by car,' and parties visiting the looking after business matters in Or- J. W; Thompson for coffins to J. H Hans, witness proa atty._ 7.00

place should bear this lit mind. lando yesterday'-:1: Reporter-Star. county paupers, $15.J. Clyde Unfit wit. pro.. atty_ 7.00
E. Johnston Cot Caradlne case-
, Rull Bass, E. L. Lesley and L. M. survey and plat of I.. H. Inifrnm 64 00.
road $14.State
SUNDAY. BAND CONCERTS Whidden, three of Osceo-la's most i I 1 I <,1. K. Bullnrd_ 810
Bank of Kissimmee 1 Cornwall
,. $300 interest 9.10
REGARDLESS OF WEATHERJ. prominent cattle men, motored downto I O. L. Buckmaster 910
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Bartow yesterday and spent the I mortgage on poor farm. j I ('has. Ocr: -._ 9.10

day looking after business-matters. Mr.- A. E.JroughtiappearedJbefore;.Wm Montsdoca( -____ _9.10 .
D. Woodbeck director of the the board and asked them to comply C. Miller 8,10 T
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J. H. Hordlne __
,, -. Kissimmee Concert Band, has announced E Lance Corporal Lawrence Carr of with the request made by him, that T. M. Murphy JudKe, Juv. Ct... 1600:910 :f 1 1S' 4
,. '. that Kissimmee from now on Company Central Ontario Regiment is, to repair his fence and plow and T'M. Murphy, cost Co. Judge' ;:

-, : "S '1r\ay enjoy the Sunday afternoon con I arrives today on furlough to level the land over which the fire Court __-_.... 1830 I I m'a .
few L. H. Ingram routs Co. Judge'.
-. cert: *, regardless of the whims of the I spend a days with his parents.
>Weath Corporal Carr is the crack rifle shot S
r man. In case unfavorable
.5. conditions prevail at the concert hour of his battalion. II ,I : -

the band will adjourn to the Grand I We are' pleased to note that Mrs. A. : \

1- 'I'beaternere the crowd can be comfortably E. Drought, who has been seriously ill .

oo seated and the program will in a hospital at Orlando the past two Did You SayPRINTING 1 I

rendered. weeks!, is now improving and it is expected 'I
The band is one of the best attrac- that she will' be able to return -

tlona of ">is' city and every one will home in a few days. _

appreciate -Mr.. Woodbeck's
.4 ,in extending the us. of the courtesy Grand The horse driven by Mrs. Jim Wood- !

ik when an oU f-door all became frightened Thursday morn-
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ncert is impos-
sIbI. and .
lag ran away, causing some ex .
citement. Mrs. Woodall retained hold .

,- _ of the reins however, and succeeded
S ANOTHER' FAMILY }1UM ALA- in guiding the ,horse home where it The Valley Gazette Is prepared to deliver
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- \_.."' ; ; >':',\: SIM4EEIsst M.\ M. Miller went up to .Madison any job, large or small., on short notice. Our C. :

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Sunday end returned home Mon. -

l'ednMda7'eftemo so, drove ta n. R." C. SU"h, I Ihav dayj bringing with him Mrs. Miller Representative will call on 'you weekly and This IPa e/paid for and donated to the cause of Liberty :

e our eisy and and their little son, Marshall; the later .
p.1 thelj nom, in the for. of whom has been can submit samples and "
mer horns .t 'WIL.. Ii.arrls. ) under treat- prices. Any orders by the ,. 'Cs
S Mr. .
IIhlppeda cadoad 811gb nent in a sanitarium for several I
of
; ., I lure a c.'OuJillo of 'WeD household age; then.tu'i.cSl'OYe Vceks' for infantile paralysis. placed with him will have our prompt and' OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY'

5- .through with two .utomobt1s. Congressman! W. J. Sears and Mr.

4 ? We heartily welcome these' good. ;T S_on, of Kissimmee, passed careful attention.Kissimmee - - _
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people to our city and wish them much I DeLand Thursday on their .

c_ ;i happiness. and success intheir, n_. ::1'" "Iew Smyrna where Mr. Sears W.; D. ARNOLD ALAN J. MAC DONOtfGU .1

home. ty t::;:: meeting in favor of liber GazettePHONE *.
Valley
. . Mr. Sligh owns 400 acresr of good, the & 'nrsday night. Residing. Into ARNOLD & MacDONOUGH
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,'. f .' land three miles north of Kissimmee I pdt :&: e.pt&1. hal caused "Joe"runN '

that he intends improving and colon: r "' JurtjJ"**"* he thinks he can No. 11. Contractors Engineers

Ilzn .. t 'Architects ,
N. .. .s ever--DeLand
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EXTRA SPECIAL"-MEN'S' TAN OOZE WORK SHOES



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-. .$225 Values for only. $1.98 the Pair., .

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WOMEN'S GUN METAL HIGH BOY SCOUT SHOES, Tan and Black $2.35, $2.50 & $2.75 : '
: FOOT REST HOSIERY
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BOOTS, $4.50 and $5.50., Also Gun .'

_Metal with Gray'Tops, $4.50 the pair eTa R'IY' S'. rl i For i Boys and., Girls, 25c and 30c. : I



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... CASINO THEATERFriday a in Senator business Tampa )'trip. j j i I] S AY BILL, I .



Nov: 2 '1917 week. ""I fellow leaned against 'a soft place on
1918 Touring Car $360 E D. Hogan, up
Crom LoulChman; ,ground and began cussing the'retail: mer

MaryPickford 'f. 0. $. DETROIT tor.at Kissimmee about the' high price of necessities.:"
.. Lyle Story m
Allow only genuine .Ford.part at trip to Winter fence was all awry and his cows got out

"America's Sweetheart, of the Screen". 'Ford prices to' be used on you. ar.'We business Wednesday jumped over the moon. and the calf {

IN ; are'the only Authorized. 'Agent Mrs.:: Z. M : ;; to (But-her, ) Butter. .
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Rebecca of Sunny Brook Farm for Osceola County. sons left Ga. Now who built.that. high food elevator. .' ?.
Forerythe
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Supported by Galaxy Superb Talent. W. C. ESlli
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-'_' - -- ' "" -'-- '__ '''.' '_ ,,- OsceolaMotorCo'arar.tone ../lnUy.JII..Iohnl': Best Crea
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; 1:rMo'rntrrg SenTf : \: "r; J.:=5 :.:; IGood.to... : ,_
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Matinee 3.:30'p.: m. Night 7 o'clock BYlldina1ISSIMMEE f t'
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'' Butter 1918Taylor's
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ADMISSION 15 AND 25 CENTS - \ school Sunday school I: Saturday Specials:

Fire Insurance.. See A. E. Drought. Overstreet will '
.... ,,. NOTE: The regular Friday night Vitagraph Feature "For France" ,' win.. this day.. bereavement.'P.: : .. Bulk Flour*.____--___80c 6 cans Armour's Milk____i.__.40c
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If you want Germany C. W. Austin Post Toasties _____________.lOc ,
will begin at 7:00 o'clock; the Pickford Films at 8:15, giving two. war waste 'food-use u'p the foodpeeled i i or Self Rising. :
at tie evening performance for one_admission. by thosi'(| who are fighting her. the East Coast eral! ,I Pkg. Pancake Flour______lOc 24 Ibs. Pillsbuiy___________$1.75
programs spent ee; _____._____5c ,
Denver Bass son of Elmer Bass, j their friljd..r. ) Kingan's Corned Beef-_55c Crystal White Soap

has been arrested in connection with family. They i Salt Meat-___________30c Good Pure Coffee____-______20c
,- .. ... ., ....- -- the recent St. Cloud fire, and is now in pa and will stop
the county jail. I trip. | \

Dr. S. V. Ramsey left yesterday for Clarence CASH GROCERY ,
YLOR S
I INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMSWeather II II.oo Kincimmee where' he will spendsevj his family and A ;
eral] days looking after business af,, Bl'llelurray: : .
faits.-Orlando Sentinel.A. New
ooooo o o v Fruits and vegetables.: Sanitary Smyrna Phone 250
his brother J.
Market. Phone 132. D. Page returned'to his home In ,
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Harrison N. Y., this week after a few They left for + .j STORE Phone
Report Mrs, W. L Winn sp*nt Monday in days' visit with his son, Bobby, and way home.A OLLAR 38
Orlando. ,K. McPherson at Edgewater Farm. wire was .
Kissirnmee
Mrs. M. Katz left Monday for Bal Cold weather came last night. Go of Howard \
Following are daily tempera timore and New York.Nyati's to F. II. Lawson and get a nice over
Pa. The
tures and precipitations as reported coat. Only $10. ing for McCool I :. Geerdes, of Mooreland, Okla, In renewing his subscription to the
by Government etationKiRRlmmee Peroxide Vanishing Cream, Mr. Adam Suelke of Philadelphia
Gazette
rive here to spend the winter. ,
fo- tl1." week end. as food as the best and still 25c, at Miss Kathryn Cutler left yesterdayfor I Monday 'I very kindly says: "Wouldn'abe
in Thursday: Oct...25Max. CENTRAL DRUGSTORE.Supt. ? the Kissimmee week-end as where the she guest will of spend Mrs. now This be is the I. fire at the home of a negro without the Gazette for double the

:. Mln. Rain I "C. E. Yowell and Prof. K. M, Kenneth McCulloch.-Orlando Senti curred in the I II I Franklin! in North Kissimmee, money, having interests in Osceola
Friday .87 70t i Evans motored to Orlando Thursday nel. past few months I the fire department out county. I know of no other medium ..
G8 to visit the public schools there., many and the blaze was exttnI that contains so much news as your
Saturday80 Auto and Work Gloves. You shouldsee I I "
I to them in this I with little damage. little paper.
Sunday .81 f>4 Miss Lena Lord, at Hart Memorial, them before buying. F. H. Law- _
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will be to receive n
Monday .77 f.5 pleased your maga- -- -- -- '" -
Tuesday .81 08) > zinc subscriptions, new or renewals. I son.Mia4 Frances Bay left Monday for .-1

Wednesday74 .61 Stanley Bullock Jr., has accepted a atwo, weeks' trip to Illinois, when she
.J> _75 '43 position with the Miami Bank & Trust Will visit her brother in Aledo and
Thursday Company and left this week for that relatives in Chicago, Galesburg anad
city. Mrs. Bullock will join him later. Champlain. .

"?Forty acres 4 miles from town* good a1, Fresh oggi ,at,,to Sanitary} Market. ; "
Jlanidifoiome1mproverne'ntsM| $40 ft pera Phone 13" 9.v Ii .n" {+" 6.gend O
W 11 MacLeod; open atux rejorje-third: |cash3: balancelljgiand WMrs .., ii.IlJ 4lmt:" '1 ',.. .17r ,,
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Slllmmee on usme8l Kat e Minder and Master "' , ." .
'ea s Ne son"Realty 0 MearlelMinderileftlSaturdayfforlBalJitimore \\6;., 'I ,', .' rL\\\b"i" !'; :, \1 '

Frean oysters' "daily*"Samt..,- -r..TOr r* jMarl"-!"' i I IKOI. nreWspecIal bargains excellent, and New'YorkF'On'' her'returnshe "
., Phone 132. % stock farms; full particulars to will bring her little,boy back who .CASH'- '
Miss Conic Cannon, who is attending ested parties; how is the time inter-I' has been in the hospital for several .
school at Orlando, came horpe for gage in stock industry. Nelson Realty months. '

the week-end. I Co. Ladies' Silk Hose in different QI-I
Fresh fish, Tuesday and Fridays. Our service is unsurpassed_" ors,' something fine, $1.50 a pair. F. !
Sanitary Market. Phone 138. *.I prompt, efficient and courteous. Ware H. Lawson. 'i .. \ \
always glad to serve you. CENTRAL -
Mr&. Coleman and Mrs. Miller spent DRUGSTORE. B. B. Tatum and E- P. Crimea of !: for
Thursday last with Mrs. Fred Herz-' Miami, passed through the city Tuesday -,
berg at her Shingle Creek home. I Mrs. J. M. Lee returned to her homo morning by auto on their way to !! \
in Kissimmee last evening, after I I Bartow, where they will spend several
Give i
Our aim is to please us a
you. _*. sepnding several days in the city, the days. Mr. Tatum states that the Mi- .
trial. CENTRAL DRUGSTORE. l guest Of her daughter, Mrs. M. G. :
I i I a ml-Tampa Motof'cndo has attain been LIBERTYBONDS
W. II. Johnston has returned from aItJjlrht.ful Waring.-Lakeland Star. postponed to some time in November. I :
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trip to Canada months., where he I J. W. Thompson; received a message ,I We }have ; 0 acres :3 miles from .. ,"
for two
has'been visiting
Thursday from his son, D. C. Thompson town rood soil, fenced, 14 acres in I I .
Miss Blanch Brack passed through son, telling; of the serious illness of his cultivation, fl acres young orangi- I:
Kissimmee Saturday on her way to little daughter, Florence may, at their grove, 3-room house for $2.r 00. Better I .
Columbia College, to take a 'music I home in Eldorado,/ Kansas. hurry. Nelson' Realty Co. *

course. Ladies' High Boots patent and dull Mrs. J. V. Peeler arrived in the city: H, :
A.. V. Dawson of Charleston ia kid with grey tops, $5 value for 4. Monday from' Live\ Oak and is the i ,
spending a week with Mr. and Mrs'. C. F. H. Lawson.Mr. I guest of the family of W. S. Graham.
L. Bandy. Mr Dawson is Mrs. Ban and :Mrs.. S. R. Chapman of Mrs. Peeler is here on a sad mission
dy's cousin. Conneautf Ohio .well known winter having come to attend the burial of i
Complete line fresh meats., Sanitary I. residents here, have arrived for a stayin her son, J. A. Peeler, who died in Col-I I and
Market. Phone 132. Kissimmee and are pleasantly located orado last Saturday, and the body was
at the home of Captain.Latta. shipped here for burial.
Miss Anne Bryan Carson returned 1
Sunday from New York and other Big' bargains in Ladies' House Miss Lena Lord the hostess at thc
points where she hag been spending! Dresses. F. H. Lawsori. Hart Memorial rest room, suffered a I
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fall Sunday night and.sprained
painful
several months. The food conservation cards from both ankles. She was confined to Buy Your Furniture on.the
Several nice suburban: small farms the Deer1 Park district were receivedby her room for a few days but is attend
and Rood list city provertyr All kindsof Supt. Yowelltoo late to be- in-. ing to-her-dutiep-agam.- Lucy _.. _
Florida homes and investments. eluded in the account of this move- Buckles filled her position at the rest
Correspondence solicited. Nelson ment. There were thirty-one of these room during her absence. .
Realty Co. S cards which makes a fine. showingfor .. Cards have been received by relatives Installment Plan. F
Mrs. M. G. Waring and children ar- the youngsters of, that school. in this city announcing the birth .
rived from Lakeland Tuesday for a Nyal's Almond Cream, none better. of a son to Mr. and Mrs W. II. Cauleyof /(
week's visit with her parents, Mr. and You will need it for winter chaps. 25c Gould. W. II., Jr., as he will be
Mrs. J. M. Lee. at CENTRAL DRUGSTORE. christened is! a great grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Garner. Mr. and Mrs. See '
Our Line 'of
''If your prescriptions are filled at Lawrence Griffin returned home Cauley.are frequent visitors in Kis I .
the CENTRAL DRUGSTORE you last 'week from Akron, Ohio, wherehe simmee and have many friends here .
can depend on them. They're filled has been employed for the past ,
several months, and after spending a Forty-five acres 1-4 mile from city
, right. .
limits good road along one side and Rugs Linoleums
fe.w days here with the home folks, Crockeryware -
Germany is striving to fasten her left for Jacksonville, where he has*accepted end excellent place tot dairv and' ,
system on. Europe and the world, a clerical position with the truck farm splendid church and
through starvation. You can help People's National Bank school advantages, good markets.
thwart Germany's ambition by enrollIng $2,500; easy terms. Nelson RealtyCo. Tinware Cooking .
as an active member of the food For your health's sake let 'us fill ,, .
administration. Don't be active prescriptions. CENTRAL> DRUG t
partners I your I The Enterprise of Arcadia chron-

, _of.the Prussians. _STOKE., ....-. I ides the wedding of J. K.'Attwood'and Stoves Heaters Etc. .a
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Miss Evelyn Odlin at Arcadia, Oc- ] ,
tober llth- Mr. Atwood is well known ,
I in KiaMmmee! having been connected 1
CELERY PLANTS FOR SALE with the Osceola Pharmacy for some A Full Line to Select from. ..- ., '
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time. Mr. and Mrs. Attwood will\ reside -I'
l inJacksonville.Friunds!) .

.; of J. A. Peeler, who hag
Forty Cents per hundred; $3.00 per 1000.Leave been in Colorado for several months, ,
r' wil Ireg.ret to learn that a ,few days am
ago he was stricken with somethingakin
orders at to meningitis, since which time C. H. GRANTHAM
". his physicians haveabandoned hope
for his ultimate\ and
recovery say
Waters & Carson Grocery Co. that hia death is only a matter, of a
The Satisfactory Store" '
few days' II* was doing nicely until / ,
this backset which was occasioned by -
Ns or.see, R.. P." Hansen a sudden change in the weather .. ,

',7'/t" 1 Live: Oak citizen /, ,, f' ; .

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SIX THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1917

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J LEMON: JUICE ISFRECKLE


J'i'i The Dining. Room I CROP PESTS: lf.ERSEVEl'! I Recipes for Preparing Sweet PotatoesMiss REMOVER I 'r

1 Dmvmt County .. Girls. 1 Make. this cheap beauty )lotion r

''I. or Tile : Agnes Ellen Harris state 'Une-half cup flour, to clear and whiten your, akin "
4 'I 1 I This Is the seventh\ of a series of nqt trust to a general] discharge toward home demonstrator, sends the Ga- One-half teaspoon nutmeg. .. .
articles covering the control of the the or tree, but direct the lemons into ,'l I
plant zette the fallowing recipes for preparing One teaspoon cinnamon. Squeeze the juice of two
ManhaltanUotelIs various insects and diseases we may spray to the diseased area. You must. sweet ,potatoes' for the table; Three fourths teaspoon salt. a bottle containing three ounces of if.
t expect on our Florida crops. I shall "hit the spot" to get base results' Baked Sweet Potato Sift' together the dry ingredients. '
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endeavor to gIve directions for avoid. Do in hot sunshine orchard white shako welland you
not spray i Wash the potatoes and bake the Combine these with the remaining ingredients.
ing trouble as far, a* possible, for scalding often results. While it is 'same as white potatoes. Small onus<< Put"'the mixture in a bak- have a quarter pint of the beat freckle '..

,,1.) Now Open recognizing, it when it appears, and necessary for the spray to dry on the will bake in half an hour v while Very ing dish and bake it in a slow, oven and tan lotion, and complexion beaut't!
I { for the best control: These articles plants before a rain, if it is! not to be large ones will Require an hour or about two and a half hour, or until tier, at small c6st. '
very very
cannot 'cover fill individual needs, so washed'otT, remember it ia'during the more. If the potatoes are'liked very done stirring occasionally during the. ) ,
Mr*. R. B. 3w.gt, Owner and MEr.I I invite personalcorrespondence; dark, damp, cloudy weather that moist and sweet, bake from an hourto fret of the cooking. During the last Your grocer has the lemons and',._ .

..I whether from the backyard gardenor disease germs multiply the fastest two hours. depending on size. I thirty minutes, discontinue the stir- any drug store or toilet counter wilt ,
t commercial" plantings 1 1IHS. and travel the fartherest, therefore at ' ling and allow .the pone to' brown. supply three ounces f orchard White ;
!\ N. M. G. PRANCE, such times spraying must be done Browned Sweet Potatoes _. Many people prefer to serve this dish for a few cents.: Massage this sweetly -
Ch'alrman of Committee on 1 Plant I pftener than during bright periods. Boil medium sized sweet potatoes i' cold with milk or cream. When cold '
HOTEL DUVAL. Disease and Insect Control, ''Jacksonville .: How Much Spray forty-five minutes. feel them and cut lIt can be sliced. It is very frequently fragrant )lotion, into the face, neck, '.\

-. JACKSONVILLE Fla.. 1 for bush crops of medium size it in halves lengthwise. Put them in a served hot,:,,", a vegetable.I'cfato arms and hands each day and see)how ','

Machines takes about fifty /gallons of spray to baking pan and baste with savory freckles and.blemishes disappear and, .
OonoDlte. noKlofflec hot, And'rte raid Spray :\ ,cover an acre. For vine .crops from aI drippings" ; and season wlth'satt. Cookthl'Jt1 Pudding' how clear, soft'and white ,'1e 'skin becomes '
.lcMi orJ: lelphon; !
water; While it ispossible to apply a I hundred hundred and
to Trees
n fifty. in a hot oven for twenty min-
bath ; two i.er.nnH
*room.nm without"'! room I1.MIJ)lj;with l.ath ,poison effectively though wastefully, j 7x7, 10x12, and 14x18 feet need two tlt<'M. Four' and one-hnlf cups. grated law Yes! It Is harmless.:: . ...,.
two mane- rifimj. with it ii useless to'1 !sweet potatoes. ,
II 60, and pemnn i'spl'inlding'.pot four, and ten gallons spray' respective .
| w" !I..ant,":", ""..... I.! attempt disease. control with Bordeaux : I ly. In dust sprays 10 !11!>11, go about ad 1'rlt'd Sweet I'olatoest Two caps milk I .Whenever You Need a General Tonic: ....,
t _1CflRSOWRJIIER r mixture even in a. window !box far as! 60 gallons of the I liquid) spray; i Cut the boiled potatoes in slices and One! cup cane .I f! 'rup.; I Take drove's.
without son fort of machine that (!reat variation I is! made by size and 1! fry brown in savory diippings.; Or, the i!1 Two eggs./ The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless-
,will deliver a' misty spray. The ma- !'luxuilunce,: of growth-type of' ma. | potatoes may .be' cut in four parts Three teaspoon cinnamon. chill Tonic is equally valunble as a "
chine may.be large or small according i i {'hinl',.fittlDJI'fI of nozzle, and work of lengthwise, put in a trying. basket I One-half teaspoon ginger.he General 'Tonic because it contains thewell .
the in-
to size of but its capacity theiOperator, bjit these I 7 directions foe mixing known tonic properties QU1NINU >
e'ltimate8"may; and be cooked for ton minutes in
should llantinlE'j'd le. ,I I I I' I gradients and for baking this.! pudding; and IRON. It acts on tbe Liver, Dtives
to. quickly be of some help in folcVlations.: In the smoking' hot, fat. 'J'he fat must be <
covered for few hours in I arc the.same as those for potato pone. out :Malaria) Enriches the Blood, and t
{ a damp | small garden front one to three gallons deep enough to corer the potatoes! ; ..
$ weather tan make .a great difference I of spray will be needed on each Serve. i[ with. milk or cream.I . Builds up the Whole System., 60 cents. ,

.In disease tontrol.! j UOxCO ft, aioa,according. to width of I Candied Sweet J PotatoesCandied : CORRESPONDENTS:' WANTED-

Buy the besttho market affords.! rows. sweet;; l jjotatoerf are very Sweet; Potato Custard __ -.:-..:.. tOo'.
Almost anything will woik when new, Sprays and )HOW to Use Them popular/ on' Southern tables, end are One cup mashed, strained, sweet The Gazette wants '
a correspondent -
SELLSFire but a good sJl'ayoutfit J gives steady j I We hope our readers.are saving/ all.' extremely palatable when well pie- potato. in every community OJlceola county ,.,
service season after-Reason if it.has'i I i these articles for future'refel'ence.but .pared. Cut 'boiled' sweet potatoes\ into One cup milk. Send in the news, it will help the ,
Accident and proper caie. Never fail to wash,, it it will be especially necessary! to have / long l slices, place l in an 'earthen dish, One cup sugar. paper and will/keep rection before .,
Life out thoroulrhly'when the day's work is { the information Two your -,
following for later in put lumps buttei'ine/' on each slice, .' s ,the publi" .
done. Chnnge disks ,in nozzles fre- i the treatment of lineages these sprays and sprinkle with.sult'a.. Some cooks One tablespoon butterine. I jr

1 7 .. Jleah tltlPlatc..Glass;J. ;; :lul'ntlJ.; the hole gradually enlarges |.will he .reco.mmemJed."IJ but, ,, dATFtjpns.rToP'ma :: add u little".water also, .. Bake! Until I After putting potato through; the'straitttxtixittidcrgltanr9t .
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'la'rR.r"l. vpe4tmg'j; mcvctavl'Y4; +irfrJ} : ; : +rycut''WU! l}'i""h i peaT-WtiSfea. :I. ": :wtft.t 'O'J11 : bnle1bAUlI.'i' bat is.LAXXQS:.:=: .;;4lAX.fO
bility and Boiler Insurance. spray and I less 'pressure, Give partic-1 AMMONIACAL COPJ'Jo H CARBONATE and the potatoes tine brown. sugar. Stir in milk gradually, add :
IS AN CAS CAR
ular attention to needed accessories! I should' be made with great -- butterine last. Bake in a pie crust oi' $ IMPROVED A
Legal Bonds Executed I angle/ nozzles, extension rods, etc. Itoften caie. Mix 5 ounces copper carbonate Mashed: l Sweet I l Potatoes in custard cups. This I is! enough for A Digestive i Liquid Laxative, Catharticend
I. : is impossible to do good. work with enough'water to wet it thorough, : To two cups tired sweet potatoes twoemail pies or seven small custard -! Liver Tonic Contaius Cascara Bark, ..
Blue Flag Root. Rhubarb Root, Black
Same Day Needed.: without them. ly. I Dilute 3 pints ammonia. 26 degrees : add three tablespoonfuls buttcune, cups. If one is very fond of the Root
Root May Apple ,SennaLeaesam!
I Ihn't"exet-hlgb'jiressure'ironi; / / a --wit :t'pints--water-aml-puu one'half-tfa; ) .wppt flavor 'f'
h'73 poon1 nfrlti !line -hot milfe- pnl-nfn as much a.i one l> ; u*".n1iinf.. Mrrnplh with ,1I1a.
mall machine and'don't expect even over the copper carbonate, stirriag to moisten. 13eiitu til light, and pile quart may be used in this recipe keeping table.pniTi aromatic taste. Does not gripe., 50c 'I
't the best of big/ machines to do good until thoroughly dissolved. Pour into on u vegetable dish the amount of the other ingredients !
OFFICE: State Bank Building spraying/(' ithoutrbeing correctly op.1[ CO gallons water. Ammoniacal copper I I I<< as given above. The amount of. ':
? eTated. Keep the machinery welloiled j> carbonate is used in spraying: Sweet I Pobl tot's Georgia !Style .sugar used may be lessened. the potatoes
; but remember oil rots rubber, seed beds! because it will soak r into : are very sweet. Save' :
so after oil sprays washout the hose I i the soil while Bordeaux leaves all its' !i potstoes y
\with special: :<:'are and da! not coil it, altive'in/'I'edientll/ on the surface, the I|Iten with ATi'iim and. beat five minutes. Sweet Potato Cake
against greasy pump part II.. In using i l soil acting as! a filter It is also bet-i 1'utjn a butteicd baking: dial! leavingu ; Two-thirds Crisco pinch salt.' .V
M. cup ;
1 p. TILLER j small pumps never put lime-sulphur, I tei, for use on ripe ol ripening fruits! 1 I ,lo'ugli surface. )'our over a syrup One cup\ granulated .
Bordeaux mixture ummoniaoul carbonate :110 it leaves no .-tit in. '1 made by boiling two tablespoons sugar.One .
Real Estate Agency. Ii or bue) ( ugar.I Farm Labort
I. ! i I OK LEAD PASTE is mohasse| and one teaspoon butterine j I lOne cup.hot mashed sweet
potatoes.
4.. ..... ..... .. ...............: tanks I the standard insect poison at present hoe' minute'sBako! .in the over until j I.:: Two cups flour.1 ,
How l 10 Spray wilting I It ('nnnTel be Used on (dl')irltul: browned.. One-half sweet milk. J
Realty bought and sold. Know i cup .
just what you want to ac- practically; all our crops-peaches. I Two '
I
Houses jented. r'oln then operate your noz |I plum! and velvet beans being about J I Sweet Potatoes Au Gratin I Three eggs.; Liberally fertilized crops
tablespoons powder.
definitely. baking
y ; I Taxes paid and Title ,Verifi,dJ zle In spraying/ contjict insecticide I the only ones at all Keftftttive to its Cut five! medium-sized cold boiled Six tablespoons take i to ft 1..a larbor ..
cocou--or two !
it is I I I crate It takes, say, 'oJ
well to drench- the plant effects. It will keep indefinitely if sweet potatoes in one-third inch per
for non-resident. I squares melted chocolate.
: or fee, though this cairicd to ejctreme:" i not allowed to dry out. Use at rate of slicos. Put n layer' in buttered bak- 1 One 200 hours to plant, cultivate
tcaspoonffil each
Fire Life and Accident! In. would be waste of pray. In applying 2 to I 5 Ibs, paste to SO gallons .wllt'r.1: l ing-dish, sprinkle with unit, pepper, i nutmeg. chives, cinnamon spray and gather
poisons a good covering( of the parts according to size of insect be and the crop from a certain
surance.i to killed :i thi'ce tablespoons1 brown sugar! One teaspoon vanilla. .
subject to attack'is all that is and I- field. lf liberally fertilized -
necessary tenderness of foliage For small dot over with ),
I one tablespoon utter-
Indemnity,Bond*. One chopped nut meat
For disease control the entire quantities| allow 2 teaspoonfuls! paste I I. inc. Repeat, cover with buttered or \vtslnuts.Cronm cup. -)pecan* the crop trebled will but bedoubled
s surface must be wet but not so as to to one gallon water. cracker and or -
crumbs bake
."OOOOO o.OCl until the "
Crisco
I '!n.I.Ii'lrar.! said egg/ little additional labor will
make dropp. It is to forma AKSENTU I
necessary Of LEAD POWDER I crumbs are brown.
yolks, potatoes, spices, vanilla baking
be needed to gather
except .
film and I'ThIs .
protective
> ; wO.oooiooo; :.oo o.. oo drops prevent can be dusted) on plants as. received powder sifted with the flour, milk, the increase In the
this for in crop.
rolling off they gather the t>ut is equally 'effective and Sweet Potato and Peanut CroquettesOne whites of well 'beaten and nuts
moisture to themselves, leaving the 1 I will covef more area. when mixed with i cup mashed sweet potatoes.One rolled in eggs/
flour. Bake
C. W. GRIFFIN !3: surface dry and subject to attack. Do1 1'carrier, Hydrated lime, two parts to cup finely ground parched, pea- moderate oven for ,15. minutes.in a loaf. in a

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>r huts.
--- Variations of this cake may he A.rm
I One-half) teaspoon salt. made by omitting the cocoa and baking oZiJFertilizers

%, and Cayenne pepper. it as a Spice cake or omitting both
Staple FancyGROCERIES Combine the ingredients, and shape cocoa and spices and baking it as a''
l lFr the mixture into croquettes.( Roll I plain cake. All brown sugar may be |,
them in bread crumbs, beaten egg and used instead of part granulated. i;I .
crumbs again. Try them in deep fat. Serve in slices, three inches by two I
inches on plate with whipped creaii
4 Potato l'onea .. ; dresRing. ,Serves fifteen OJ' sixteen Arrrtour "built-in" quality .
t Delivery to all Parts lne qua g Ate raw swee pot people ,!" t",:" "' ('II designed to produce .Harg,. ,
t .'" ''''' I I! with leastlabor ,
cst J
lifer ,f ,
'' "of the City' ',. ". 01 "
enrich'theJboiltinerease' \ '
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i o !1lI'lljit; :/) One egg 1'hipped ( Sauce to t\ .
\ <<#;!' ream the.yleldhasten''maturity
.0 0 o. oM.oQo-,>. It will save you money and J nree-rourhs) ] upTc neEsyrup3i On sup"thick cream, whippe 'improve thcjnualityflThere;
-trouble.: Gives description and Three'tablespoons butter?melted Two tablespoons'sugarit7Onehalf
I 45..lnnoa, Fertilir.Prsespecially '
are '
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One Mm ivvillr,
; 'j W. B. Crawford Lee Jarrei. full information on all seeds for. . - . . . ,.. teaspoon---------flavoring.-. . ., . . prepared. for
% ,hCRAWFORD & JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW TINS GULDJG fall planting. Our stock are cornVULPLM'iTiVt --nn citrus I and vegetable

.plete assuring prompt shipment. SAVE SWEET POTATO SEED ADVERTISED LETTERS cropsamong them an .
.J) ;
analysis, formula and
' Offices: 4, 5, 6, and 7 Citizens tgfflSF&vnortpa**** Martin's Hy-Test Since the sweet potato root weevil Following is the list uncalled for I I price to' fit jour special ,' .

.. Bank Building has been found in Florida, and is easily letters remaining in the postoffice at needsk Get latest descrip

{ Elssimmea Florid. ,Southern Seeds distributed by the uliipmen of potatoes Kissimmee, Florida, for the two weeks : a tive price list from
or vines, it will be well for '
selected always farmers ending Nov. 5, 1917: Waters & Carson ]
Carefully grown closely who expect to grow sweet'potatoes .
T. M. RIVERS. M. D. dependable. Full assortment gar. next year to save enough seed C. 1)I Cosier, Jeffery Colsom, Mrs..
den and field. Strawberry and vegetable potatoes for their own plantings next J. J. Driggers/ Mrs. Martha Edward, Grocer Co., Agents :i
.. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON plants also a specialty. Wntotoday Estella Carnage Miss Daisy Bell!) '
the Kissinmee
of Florida Fla.
( University
year says \
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Office
Osceola Herring, W.
over Pharmacy for our new fall catalog. extension division. The State Plant Ijiw Mobley Miller,
'Fbon Rpildvncc CIOffice Richard Reed Mrs. R. M. Sawtelle.,
let.C. t Board has quarantined certain infested Victoria Armour Fertilizer Works t
J Shaw, Mrs. Laura
E. A. Martin Seed Co. districts from which it will be Sylvester, *
not Mrs. Laura I
Sylvester and non, .1. W. Jacksonville, Fla. 7 j
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practicable to plants vines next
get
or
F. Tanner and family, Miss Ella WesternA. ,
Jacksonville Florida I
THRASHER year. Also, not all farina in the quar- F'. Wmn.
antined areas are known to be infested
,;. SHEEl METAL -, B. B. SIMPSON. ..... .
WORKER ri with the weevils. It will be particularly Postmaster. '" _- -, .__:.:: .1.L ,: ;
Metal Roof Pal eft and. advisable for such farmers to
Guoranttttl save seed known to be free from the

e fHONE '4..11' KISSIMMEC. FLA I weevils. > '
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s ., Root weevils are not the only

.,. r.'.. DR. W. W. CARSON There trouble are likely certain to affect diseases sweet that potatoes.may HOTEL FOR SALE '.(:..1

I f DENTIST be held over from yearto year'in the
... tf Fertilizer i
i seed, and saving seed for yourself '" ]
: Office over! Pilley BuildinfOflle from vine8' known to be healthy will
1 Hoursi: -1I..1OSTtc : -- the I
guard against introduction of
., Om* Administered'Phone III Roldenc for traction'Phon ofT S> them. Nicely furnished I4-room Family Hotel, (conveniently j

..thr. Here are recommendations .
i1. e 5, _the With:!.full realization of the disastrous influence .. ..- from_a. recent some_bulletin published. by located, with. electric lights, hot '. ;I* I
c a: XRIBB W. J. 3TKBI: on all business routine; our have the experiment station J

' : ; '' KRIBBS &: STEED forth unprecedented effort to secure the greatest ad. "Use only healthy seed selected at and cold water, baths, and all modern conveniences 4

ATTORNEYS AT LAW vantages possible for out trade., digging' time. Split the stems of each' '
? ; hill desired for seed and examine will be sold at a bargain. Established
y' Lee& business of all $lnd* give, them for black streaks. Only roots of

prompt attention. Full Stock--Right Prices plants free from such' streaks shouldbe winter patronage; large number turned

Office. 11 and 11 State Bank Bid*. stored for seed.
KUsimmee, Florida. "After digging the potatoes they away last season. For particulars, address
f' a should be left on the ground for several -
.... JehiMtOn- We have a complete line of fertilizers end the\ days to dry thoroughly; in the "i
a. p. OarreK
greatest stock of fertilizer materials ever known in P. 0. BOX 413 Kissimmee
JOHNSTON. & GARRETTXTTORNEYATLAW . the State of Florida. Prices are higher than in nor sun."In digging and handling the potatoes Fla. J

pa : mal times', but are as low as consistent with exist the roots.avoid any injury. to or bruising of 1.tf

Office<< !!' 10.11 and 12 Citizen. Bank ing conditions. "After the potatoes are well dried in

Building the field, it is best to put them in OColdSloragefor
t . ltJ.elmm.., Ft*. open crates for storage. In this way
t .
Ideal Formulas must injury to them by handling will '
'.
LEWIS'' L be avoided, the potatoes will have bet- !I Fresh Meats Ail.
O'BRYANATTORNEY.ATLAW
ter ventilation, and can be removedfor

Our formulas' \ have the same perfect proportioning marketing or bedding much more J. Eggs Vegetables Etc. ,
a conveniently.
M I and blending of Ingredients that havo made ,, ..Lt'
During the first two three ;
", .' \YariD BaUdlnc.t .- or weeksof & ,
. r ....' r their superior field value the past quarter century. storage the potatoes should be keptat "

.: /- .' Quality has not been sacrificed in the slightest de. a comparatively rifrh temperature, STORAGE RATES ON MEATS: .
Write catalogue 'and price list. 80 to 85 degrees, and should be constantly
J. W.THOMPSON"Funeral CTree. and thoroughly ventilated. Storage on all ;Meats, 12 cent pound, Fifteen Day
..., '. Then the temperature should be giad- .

I' Wilson loonier Fertilizer Co. ually lowered this tb:, about 50 to 55 degrees ': Curing Pork .ready. for smoking, 11.2c. per pound,
irectorAND and temperature be main
0 Curing and Smoking, 2C:1, per pound.
; tained to the end of the storage per

.' Manufacturers,. IDEAL FERTILIZERS iod.The '
Dealers in Spray Machines and 'Insecticfdes. safest place to store the potatoes i'.the
Bring us your hogs the day they are killed. We will do
is in a specially constructed storage st
Jacksonville
T: .. florida,. i
house ; rest -
LICENSEDCMBALMjER ._ .,
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tl Waleis; & Carson Grocery CO., Locali/A eats 1 1w I one*part of arsenat* of lead powder. i is

,j" 8tote and Chapel, !ptewart. ATJ. ." the most common ,mixture.To '' '
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1 LI KlMlnaee.ru .,', 1 I be continued) KISSIMNJEE{ ICE ,& COLD STORAGE CO. "
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I f NATURAL CONDITIONS ARE I. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS ,II I VETERAN'S ASSOCIATION. ''I,



Mrs' A. E. Drought, who has been Mr. John Wilkes is the owner of a

FAVORABLE FOR FARMING seriously ill, is much improved. new Chevrolet car WELCOMES NEW ARRIVALS

;, Say, folks, just come down and enJoy Mrs. J, H. Ferguson was a visitorat

our pineknots and sunshine.. Kissimmee on Wednesday. ...
-- I Miss Maud Rankin of Oxford, Neb., -
J. B, Schuler and wife of Wyomingavenue ,
is at the Farris House. .
a guest ...
THE SUB-IRRIGATION: AS REQUIREP -! 'way, the levels in' the Florida ditchesare arrived Wednesday of last SNOW AND BLIZZARDS OF THE

week. Many ,Northern cities are without
of negligible quantity when in
FOR .TRUCKING. AND a coalj and winter is,6omlng on. BUSINESS MEN'S' CLUB NORTH DRIVE VETERANS TO
fact, the matter of fall is the main Mrs. Knapp of New Jersey, arrivedon '

FARMING, LANDS IN ;THE, thing, select with approximately four Saturday last and is stopping at Miss Albina Smith of Kissimmee, THE LAND OF SUNSHINE AND
,
was a business culler here on Wednes
FLORIDA. feet of fall, be sure then that, the the Haven. '
STATE O}<. day. SAYS ADVANTAGE FLOWERS.The .
TAKE
land has a natural surface slope, and Corporal J. F.-Farrts was a business Missouri
Mrs. Houser of
a --.- that all' oftimes'one way throe, this saves or four the times purchaser caller at ,the home of J, T,, Hogg. and Twelfth, returned home. on avenue Saturday -r--
north side.. '
i Florida Lar.Ja Defined the cost of the land, for in order to morning's train. I Veterans' Association met

Did you ever stop to think of F\nf-\ farm under the intensive system with II. E. Townsend of Canandaigue, N. Mr. and Mrs. : Goodale of'New,York FLORIDA FARM LANDS:; COMPARED promptly as per adjournment. October '

ids lands? Nob'one \isitoV Ina Ihou- sub-irrigation it is imperative that Y., is among the .newcomers ,at the avenue arrived, home pn Tuesday WITH FARM LANDS OF 20th, at 2 p. m, with a good attendance
the land be level 6r all sloping the one Farris House. STATES. and President Kenney presiding -
'.sand ever stop to compare and nna- evening's train, after a''pleasant visit OTHER ,

lyze Florida land s'''againatlande of way.. This slope. is. taken, advantage'of'ln. We are glad to see our old friend, up north, '. Song by the choir and the'usual (Invocation

other, states In' the union. . feeding the ,water to the underground Comrade J. W Franchor. out again Mr. W. W. Wright and wife, newcomers The best lands of 'Illinois, Ohio,. Indiana by Chaplain Beauchamp. "

The, fact is that the lands, a 4 a tiling, which in turn diffuses it after a week's illness. t ; natives of Ohio, but more recently and Michigan vast swamps More music by the choir.Serretary's .
Missouri here investigate were read and received.
from to
ore report
the in active and
whole, compare very. favorably with through eafth an the Mark Watson and wife, just' from and later to I Invest and had to be tiled and drained before .

... states. exact-proportion. This in manner Canada, arrived last week. They are The usual invitation extended to all
they available 'for
'farming.
r' any of.th'e explained Mil the previous article on residents of West End. Mr; and Mrs:. Blackman arrived were
It remains for the land expert to sub-irrigation (last week's issue). The from Minnesota last Thursday even- These districts are subjected to old and new comers to the seats onthe'

,, -jAg. up and tell you fi the real.differnce plan to. be followed out in the selection C. A. Sellers has leased ,the Smith ing. They left'some cold weather and drought, and crops are, uncertain, and L.stage.W. Farman. of Joliet, Ill., 8th Ill.
of the land is substantial and house on Florida and is '1
and' to furnish with an 'accredited avenue pre are glad to reach a warmer; climate.
you irrigation is arrival he
practically impossible
imperative as the layout for a tract pared ,to take roomers. Cavalry, a new thought
list of the very little differcariSit -* that is to be improved for this class Mrs. Frost arrived from Tampa on Florida lands have the advantage of1 would try the Florida climate, at least q
G_. 'tet'lces. Mr. and.Mrs. I. C. Ford are with us Thursday evening Her many frien411arerejoil'ed for the winter.
of work is the bond.of success abundance of water for sub-irrigation,
>>
=t., ,-Ai'.m1i-q.10t.' !! v r.Mtx.yeau of age ; -nI,_surety."caJ."i\ .' again In Dooptown after a sojourn of to "see her home and I Ezra JRiggs, of Exeter, N .H., Co. 'it!t
"
a gi uv e''C)...'.,..I ti'piist.tllg rm.t' '. Sub-Irrigation <--." ." "'a"fell-morithabFhfrriT' { .ail+ r; tOht f l"'h\aY"'"tv2'b'il! f'C'), if.wIO'IIt1. t'-nd..1h e..m. e AltQCjCIlt.T'>> !!1lfor'drainage : Frrkbd4aesr. V9t'.fI'J.wd'; t.irodutr- ? rrauumwzrr.
to at.once put was all what Mr Mrs. health 1 ,"so' that the lilting, ::an who stated that his 'W
Sub-irrigation not at ; and Entriken returned
upon thethought of how like when Ohio he Indiana even the experts first thought it was, last week after a two months' trip to Mr. Cornelius Reynolds has purchased swers the dual purpose of irrigationand to try the Florida climate. ,
a boy that in The states Sanford the Vermont and of Comrade Mason was glad to get
under the exploitation at Nova Scotia. the McGill cottage on Florida drainage. pne acre irrigatedland
Illinois Missouri, Arkansas, back to St. Cloud as it was snowing f
oftoHay first section where it was used ad. and Fifteenth street. His son and will produce as much, as three ,
and the other agricultural centers Mr- and Mrs. J. M. Randall of Florida and blowing blizzards as ho left the :r
'
in Florida where it
visedly and today wife who arrived
that in the commission have returned recently are occu of 'non-irrigated land (U. S.
,_the ]lands are is the scientific application that is avenue and are at acres North. .,
cleed-The-natloar-w \vinnln tliB :..:"*"+e-fleet-thong home'to receive friends once more. pying same.' Dept. of Agri.) This is especially true Comrade J. C. lord was glad to return -
? way;
largely swampy' and, covered with was of preserving the bouquets in Mr. and Mrs. Lamb arrived last}* N xt-w ek-is Jegistrotipn-week and' In Florida, where the climate I is such'thattw to. St. Cluod and-expected' to re-
water about one-half of the year, and the cards will be found atM; .' Yld '.ometimel--t.hree--erops- main. __ T' ,
located in
water, and many a good crop was week and are comfortably
on wet years, all\ the year. drowned and sent to the inquest along I the Conrad cottage on Ohio avenue. Hatcher's! millinery store'for all to can be grown in a single year. Ninety Comrade Empson of"New"'York-wa.'
We all know that the richness was the line by the improper use of the I register for the conservation of food. bushels of corn is not an unusual yieldon glad tfr-rettrn to St. Cloud or God's-

largely stolen from the uplandsUpon After several of determined Mr. and Mrs. G. Kauyman ar All should register. irrigated land, but no farmer in country, but he was now suffering
these rolling uplands coming into playas aqua. years rived last Thursday and are now at Florida who cares to farm intensely from rheumatism, and that he was
struggle and various trials in
farming and agricultural lands the I the perfection of this agent home in their bungalow on Ohio ave- Mr. and Mrs. C. A- Robinson, corner would be satisfied with one crop. The now alone, as he lost his good wife
important Kentucky avenue and Eighth, arrived -
wash began, and the highlands were to mankind the following "flowers from 'usual crop of lettuce, potatoes and while up North. lie expected to rep
last evening
Monday a
\' robbed of their reachinghithestopped I have bloomed" to grace the mind of nue.Mr, T. Hedges of Beaver City, Neb., longed visit to their children pro.and corn as a catch crop. The growth of main in StCloud collection 'amounted in the future.232.
to
Its wash only in 1 those that Improved their irrigation the winter and vegetation is so luxuriant that when Public
for .
arrived on Sunday friends in New'York and Brooklyn.Mr.
the valleys, of notices of lost and
basins under humus in Reading ;,
natural forming plowed renders more
to the highest and most the Farris
systems proficient is located at
pleasantly
.depositories of the natural waterways in the land. and Mrs. S. W. Rode and chil- the ground, then Js taken out by the found.. .
House.
and then held back and buried The plan does not contemplate irrigation dren have returned after spending the crop, so that proper farming does not Comrade Hall gave a talk on the

under heavier alluvial matter by the alone, but the aeration, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kashbohm: have summe rat Brownstown, Illinois. We rob the land of its fertility. The best war; that the old kaiser was still on

wash from the high waters of the drainage enters into the scheme in rented ]heir home on Missouri avenue think they are glad to get back as lands are those that have..been culti- the job of sinking ships, and we

rivers found winding in and, out for, the fullest sense of the word; when for the winter and they will reside at Mr. Rode "wears the smile that won't vated the longest: The foregoing does should all assist the government Inputting

the natural drainage of this .great the rainfall is in excess upon the ten the studio. come off." not apply to rolling or hilly lands as down autocracy and militarism

ountrv.YitK", der growing it is to at arrived last such lands are not suitable for sub- 1 by investing in liberty' bonds.
Mr. W. M. Empson
crops necessary Mr. and Mrs. Cheeseman are here
The fertility. of our Florida is as on'ce- relieve the crop from the 'excess week after a'visit north His cottage for a few days from, Tampashakinghands :!irrigation!, but, can:. be.utilized! as fruit,, W.The C. T.social U.. program Mrs. M. J-in Ward charge leader of the

great. withlw14a moisture and. to allow the air to find home is on the corner of Jersey avenue with old friends and neighbors, xviucn or the land in tne Kis
l' divides rendered follows
.4. of the class that! 1 simmee and StCloud district is suit- was as :
its into and around the! Intricate Inter1 .
and Eleventh street after his business
way again also looking
thee the W. C. T. U. Florida.
to Song, by ,
and gives able for sub-irrigation, having the one .
I of oth
: of mass growing'rootlets, Who has been ests. They came in on Friday evening's Reading by Mrs. Rankins historical .
) A great many people erwiso the heat and excess moisture Mr, J. M. Carpenter, qualicatlon.that is absolutely essen- ,
do not the thought spending the in Oklahomaand train. that is, also in favor woman's fran.
s".afll'P\o\day get together act in' souring the ground summer tial, being very slightly slop-
1"\01'\I'ialue\ of their country and fork :j and disturbing the growth by burningand Kentucky, returned to his homeat .Rev. C. Steward of Edinboro, Pa., ing in one direction. chise.

ot-ofeason.1 wish to exploit\ the scalding the tender root systems, Ashton Tuesday evening. a retired Presbyterian minister, is The Business Men's Club urges that Reading by Mrs. French.
k that others take up here for the winter, hoping to'grow take advantageof \ Song by four young ladies, accompanied -
..........aught so may thereby causing mold. and rootknot to Mrs. John Rankin and sister, Mrs. someone immediately
tie raveling and wind it to the consistency and oftimes kill Mrs. strong and ,well in this warm climate. the offer of free engineering as explained by Miss' Harrpd on the piano.
develop completely Bracken, accompanied by Cora I
so that 'a useful thread maybe out the tender plants entirely. Anderson spent the day in Kissimmeelast Later will have his family join him in last week's issue of this Heading by Mrs. Kibbe.
SX and become residents. When intensive is introduced Declamation by Mr. McKay, about
made to Therefore it is permanent paper. farming -
triple expansion the
a Tuesday, returning on evening's -
Florida two old'comrades who had slept together
The soil of is griavwater- here there is no limit to the
agent instead of a single one and the train and reporting a good time The South Circle of the'Ladies' Aid "
logged, compacted and wa W-3 uredj; possibilities, as there are hundreds of in the same "dog-tent.
exhaust enters into the valueof
largely in our sister city Society met on Tuesday at the homeof
the combination that makes up the the from acres of the best land in the world Mrs. Mathews gave a talk.on tobac.
power as applied) every Mrs. Wm. Phipps, with seventeen
combination is not, so far below the With the layout of Mr. J. W. ,Rankin of Massachusetts The available in this vicinity if properly co cigarettes..
standpoint. ladies
general avenue as one might suppose . single piece 6T land that is to every be avenue, received ort\ Tuesday mornJng' quilting members,and present.also' had a chicken were pie conditioned. Any, one interested can Song by Mrs. Depew, accompaniedby .
instead of being train trio of Belgian hares further information addressing Miss Barred on the piano.
the sand content treated remember the a secure by
,
that; principaland dinner, which all enjoyed much.
t a soft, grit is ,a coarser and heavt most Important part of the from Texas.;; His successful experience very the Business Men's Club .of A reading by Miss Goldie Grove. .

': ler grain than the general run of, the Is the treatment to be accordedthe project in the raising of this ,little animal Mr, and Mrs.. Mason came, over.trom Stv Cloud. ;, nitAT'THECHURCHESPRESBYTERIAN ,, ". A reading by the. leader, Mrs.-Ward.
.
.il.: '. sand throughout the.-various other ', makes' him feel, confident'' that he is Kissimmee by taxi Friday; even, \ \ 'd.'M,.. a war story .
: >
; / :
:;t' ", > sections just'mentioned,' humu |in \ ( crops.u first:thing' after: ,the< land i ts put" i iHThe going to solve the problem of the h. c, ing',of?. last weekfThey have f been I', Rev,.J i C, Reed gave. quite. a eulogy

the earth is general and the deposit of into a complete and practical condition [ 1.'aidingMr.: ; in his efforts.Vs) ; spending Ii thej summers in i Wisconsin;' >, : I on the flag.'. > .. ,"' ," s4
:
fine Soil intermixed with the silica is fix for and he assures his friends helis''glad .. instate/; aong by' the W* C.fU.;( ., accompanied -
for planting, to the plot The Fleminghurst on Florida: avenue -n.-gr-a
for be his 'home sixth' and by Miss Harrod on the
material to at
'makes a fairly durable corner. -
the planting by darning the water is no more. The owner Miss Mar- '
the purpose of intensive farmingwere : Onto the; parts to be planted. This garet Fleming, an earnest Bible,stud Florida avenue., CHURCH piano. 'i.
accord with Song Star Spangled Banner. .
the content be in varies with the consistencyof has dis. Mrs. Marian Harden thstatlon'Friday
treatment ent and devout Christian lady, was at (\ 27th at
the gumbo soils of Illinois and Missouri the soil handled, some being sandy, covered in the 49th chap of Psalms evening expecting her Morning services, Ht30 aa. m. Adjourned to meet October ,

Florida 'would indeed be a submarine to a more or less degree than others, verses 11 and 12) why the name is better 1. sister, Mrs. Cocke, of Fort Keough, Evening services, 7 p. m. 2 p. m. Assistant A.,S. COLE,
and Secretary.
wonder, where only fish and this class takes up the moisture changed, so this well equipped and Montana. A telegram was received Christian Endeavor, 6 p. m. :

sponges could thrive. more readily and acts quicker in drying spacious rooming house will be known. I before the arrival of the train, stat- Bible School, 9:30: a. m. ''
Instead, however, the mixture is : out. hereafter the Toledo. ing that she had missed connectionsand Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7 p. m. 0ASCAEET3" WORK:

just right. The excess rainfall with But when the earth is saturated so would arrive later. Rev, J. T.; W. Stewart, pastor. WHILE YOU SLEEP: K'i
which Florida is blessed puts her upon that jt diffuses the moisture from the Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. Kenney entertained .

the active list, and does away with surface it is in condition for a few friends at their homeon The Priscilla Club met Friday afternoon LIVINGSTON MISSION METHODIST -

'perpetual mud The water does not planting and the proper water should be Florida and Sixteenth: street last at the church. to finish- pack- EPISCOPAL CIIURCII For Sick Headache, Sour Stomach.

pond and become stagnant: but instead consulted carefully at this time in order Thursday evening. The evening was ing their box of clothing they are- Sluggish Liver and Bowels

gradually sinks away with an easy to prevent an excess of rain spent)n playing flinch' and other .sending the women and Children in Rev. II. 11, Bowen, pastor. Take Cascareta tonight.
the served France. The members have been
graceful motion escaping through games.-Refreshments' were at
water the freshly services
over pro- Sunday :
sub-stratas of sand to the basin of"II&l1Ie' pared field pouring and washing out the .ten-1 is I late hour. Those prenent were Mr. working hard getting a few little toys school 9:30 ,
Sunday m.
: a.
beautiful lake, there to bob up der plants before they have taken and Mrs. Jess Harris, Mr. and Mrs. and making stocking dolls for the Preaching 10:30:: 'a. m. Furred: Tongue, Bad Taste, Indigestion
pure and sparkling and there remainto I and Oscar Hollingsworth and Mr. and Mrs. children's Xmas. Sallow Skin and Miserable Headache -
| complete root ace! .beginning to Junior J Ep worth League, 3 p. m.
the landscape for a little Bert Gessford. come from a torpid liver and
grace grow with sufficient strength'towith"- ,A card received by friends announce Epworth League, 6:30 p. m.
while then evaporate ,and pass into stand heavy rains. This first wetting I Mr. and Mrs. C B. Hughes and Mrs. the death of Comrade A. W. Straub, General Class Meeting, 6:30: p. m. clogged bowels, whioh cause ;your stomach -
the atmosphere to lend its Jittle effort the soil conditions through I whose l is to becqgne, filled with undigested
will carry Benner are at home on Massachusettsavenue home on Kentucky avenue. Preaching, 7:30 p m.
in dissipating I
toward keeping us cool and for about four week so that the Capillary and Fifteenth street, after After weeks of illness, Mr. and Mrs. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7 p. m. food, whtah sours and ferments like gar-

the heat that would otherwise, attraction will feed the crop, spending several months in Columbus Straub and nurse, left for his former Official Board Meeting', every first bago in a swill barrel. That's the Arab

nave a steady stroke at our state; but if in the meantime if the weather and qther points in Ohio. Mr. home. Collingdale, a suburb of Philadelphia / Tuesday, 7 p. m. stop to untold mil . the
.. .instead the automatic action of continues dry, then in about six weeks Hughes comes bask feeling much bet. where a slight improvementin Sunday School Board Meeting second gases, bad breath ;yellow skin, mental

I many thousands of lakes'scattered thither from the planting the ground should ter, after having"feasted on chicken, his condition gave hope of his re- Tuesday, 7 p. m. fears, everything that is horrible and '

over the landscape hither and the again be carefully subjected to a good fresh butter, milk, etc Mrs. Benner covery. His funeral took place Tues- W. "F. M. S., Ladies Aid and class na.uaea.ting. A Oaacaret tonight will

dotting our very land like action stars of wettingr' but the water at this time had the misfortune to break her hip day, the 16th, at 2 p. m., at Tully work upon announcement. give; your constipated bowels a thorough

of the heavens, the counter fashion and should nQt be raised above the bottom some time ago and had scarcely recovered Mem. Pres. Church. Burial at Sharon All seats free. All welcome to all cleansing and straighten ;you out by

,, which act in barometric months the store level of the growing crops, and at when she fell and broke her II ill. Former neighbors, friends and meetings. morning.! They' _work.while you sleep-.lI *
during the winter that should only -be-used for a few arm. She is getting along nicely andis comrades regret to hear of his de- a 10-cent boX from your druggist'' will
t sunshine is absorbed
I age of the noonday hours until the is accel- her mise. Piles Cured In 6 to 14
or growing very optimistic despite injury. Days keep ;you feeling good for montba.Buy ..
and diffused into the waters in .. ... .. . I
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- with the erated tQ a notable .degree, the water Your drvt-tiit will refund money It PAZO ,,'
a graded proportion so that OINTMENT falls to cur cnrcaM of Itching:
and weateh at all tlmesto' be I
fall of the evening shadows the storage are from want of thiiiecessar,..-saturation layout that Are good for' distributionas Blind.Blecdlnv orProtrudiatPliesln6tollday..,. -Liberty Bond and help win
noted and lest the .
j is ever active in taking the chill carefully watched required in order to mature the crops. long as they last. The ant application gives KM and licit. SOc. the-war; .r
land might become too
wet.
: from the nightair that is slopped Various treated in a different While in Florida every owner of an To be continued in next week's" issue - -I t
' over the edged of the states more crops are irrigation plant. can almost count him- Respectfully signed by r 1
but the main is
t. northern than ours and driven by the .that oftimes manner the first wetting thing will self in the class of the .favored few of Yours truly, THE MAN TO GO TO SUBSCRIBE FOR THE

:i excess of the winter winds our country. WILBUR A. GINN. For .nblrrtKatlom.Kor .
energy
w over into the region of our southland carry complete the finish.entire The crop artesian through treas-to a I Where the land is slightly above ,F.r .dlfttrult.....t ...and....Ivtrlrale. ...,...ut..anent, KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE 1

where in short time it has diffused of Florida the in the artesian natural flow a small For .ll. *>..rnrtlon..
, and scattered to the regions that ures are greatest I pump run by a gasoline engine will SHINGLE CREEK For ......'0....... roarrrfr nark.
the of 0 ceol
. the world. The rivers are practicallyall For romrrrt. brldicm. ..d rriai.laawall. and get .H newt .
"., knoweth 'no snow. formed and fed by their ample I readily raise the water to the proper .. A........ County.
. Of course, there are times that flow. The pressure and supply are height so that it will feed in the same WILBUR A. GINN. Civil EncineerNKOIIIt. .
come when we cannot take care of so- i identical manner as where the flow is I RATE2.00/ PER YEARS'peC1al
gbverned by the enormous rainfall j We are having very cool and pleas- M.\ FLORIDA
much cold and they keep on shoving natural the best outfit for J
k and the great storage supply of her I pumping I. J .t
weather "
at
it over us until the whole country has thousands of lakes provide plants of this character is a small ant present.Mr.
a sure re-
f- to take her refrigeration. turn to the vast storage at the aquae- I I two horsepower centrifugal pump, E. J;.' D. Overstreet is spending . .. .o..tO.o..to..t.O..o. ..

However, this does not rams the ous depths, which in turn is again such as the Fairbanks, Morse & Co. I a few days at Green Sprlnggs.: :

lands at times .of heavy wash. augmented by the abundant rainfalls, as well as others, put out for this pur- Mr. A. A. Bronson and children of

out and the light alluvial material go which in Florida is as constant as the pose. Kissimmee, spent Sunday at Travel Sale
b sailing off with the waler so that only .
I mention this class of equipment
,
rand remains in sight. This! at tim34, seasons. er's' Rest with his father, Chas. Bron-
In Florida.where the land is so free merely because I have installed many son. .
though driven looking as is clean and the pure naturalcovering 'asthe and the cost of producing irrigation plants of this type and they have Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Bronson mov- ONPAINTS
only
of snow nature's making for is so low as compared with the great given universal satisfaction. The cost ed. to their new home here last.week'.
> own
:, T' the richest kind of'land in the state western projects where tremendousand qf a small engine of this kind is but iMrs. T. E. Ivey spent the day with :

,"' I at the same .time underetid) us that intricate dams are necessary in about $160, with the pump and all and Mrs. W; O. Bronson Sunday. I ,r "
; endorvnc- the If.at.. lends order to hoard the waters of the the cost of operation is next to noth Mr. T. E.; Ivey on his way from .JIJIiIr I

that we ar to be. rleared, drained and mountains so that they can be fed out ing. The engine should be housed and town Friday killed a monster: rattlesnake '

.. ,tiled,are anj the special description: that between tlmes at the cost to the landowner the pump as well as the engine placed in front of Mr. Johnson's. gate. .

we make la for first to purchase land agriculturist of from $4 upon a perfect and solid bed of con It had nine rattles. F. fi. ) :

,1s In aJine of.level at least four feet to $10 per acre'per year and with an crete. The writer has some few set Mr. Johnson returned home Satur- ,
,'. above-a permanent water level and alarming scarcity at times ,so* that of plans showing the entire layoutfor day from an extended trip in, the n. WILLIA7MS. St UISJpTtie ; .I ,

1. that Is close in to some I large lake or great losses often occur to the takers a system of this class designed for north. '
of 'water- that,the drainage of the necessary. Thus at times of flveacre tract, showing the tiling f aedlines Miss Iva Niswonger spent the day .. .0.
body .
.';'. has, .a'clear and unobstructed-water--" scarcity great failures often occur ., boxes, ,and the operation, ,of the Sunday with Mist Susie Tyson. .... . ....... . . ... . . ....

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--_. THE K15SIMMEE'VALLEY, OAZETTE, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 2', 1917 _ _

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;. f LICENSES . tat o I': t'5 UGH CALOMEL MAKES YOU SICK. '


'ERJOD OP" LICENSE !3 gr:!

..1... of 1.1....... l..... fcjr lh. T... Collee.... Dapllc.itm 0 f wfclel* ..... UI u '
&/ ..*. .!.. wUfc. the ('0..." J.tlW .. for perIod b..I..I** OB tfc. ft rut day off '.rO W74Ot J"ORWJlA o. .. CONSTIPATED

A ( .o..... A. I). im.. a.d .411.. .. oil ._he jot. day-. .r October, A.-I), 1117 ; On.ANTE !'LJRrOSn1'. .7.2 ::: DON'T STAY BILIOUS
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1 IM ;. Your d aUr. sells { I
druggist or you )j
I k IN '" "Dodsoi's Liver Tom" Will Cle... Your: "

' t #' %... I'OR WI/AT . '. So. .. 110 cent bottle of Dodaon's Liver Tone '
: TO WHOM .: 200 I'. V. H. Poi% lumber doalri'______, .. 0 ) &. 1.110 Sluggish Liver Better Thin Calomel under my personal guarantee that U swill
. I O1UN'1'EJ> FUfl1MSI : 201 "1'. 1C. Williams, lumber dealer-___ a' II 111.0 1.tHI)
liver
t Frol1l 1'0._ 100 100 24)2 Alas: Model a. H clean your, sluggish Better than q
; -.0 Lndry., laundr; 10.00( 8.00 lid Can Hoi SillvaH.! .
Whent: :! t: :: :::::: ... II calomel it won't. make sick
SlOt : When .. 203' J. McPhatler, real eat. a rt.May .. 10.00 5.'HI nasty ; you
: c:
IL. co. 204 A stout novelty works____. a., dl 10.00( 11.011.t. ) eat want ;
.r I- and can anything you
Calomel lick
.;t; . 2 on The Texan Co.1 ,whol. oil dlr..._____ . a' ,"(. 25.00 .1.60 make you ) you lose a you .
l 20(1] The Texas Co.. who) KRS dlrs.) .., C If 10.00 5.110 day's.work. Calomel II 'quicksilver and without being salivated. Your druggist. ,:

io.oh r.oo( 24)720K) J. 8. Cad..l.) Iawrer--------------- ". ", 10.00), 5.00 ii aajivates) calomel injures your liver. guarantees. that each spoonful will start -
__ Oct. 1. U17 .
__. 1 1816 .
A.'Shrelfles, chlrapractlcStandard : Oct. .. .. : . a'
J. Ink Shore NovVkn.
wknLakeside 10.110) 6.1111
;< 10.00 6.00 novelty If bilious feel ''
.. you are ; lazy sluggish liver clean! 'your bowels and
dealerM .
; i 11 Oil Co., whol. HAS '.. 200 Veneer. Mllln. crate tact)' II 111.00.7.10I' \ your ,
12.60 f
.: / (Standard Oil Co., whol. oil d..aleraI .0. 4.' 2R.oo 26.0(1! 12.60 210 II. M. Breaker r"III'at.l a"t.._____ .. a.1) and ,.11 knocked out, if ;your bowels are straighten you up by morning or you '

r 4 (Standard oil Co,. w h..l. oil d..I..rat 4' 0 10.0(1( 6.00* 211 J. J. Orlfnn carJl"" "______________ .. ,, I 4.::4'', 5..1 constipated and your Hiead aches or get.. back. Children gladly '
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II. 11. McK.y. rcal .at..te a't"IIIk. - .. 2144 '. H. ('arlMoM. 4) your money
un.l..rIRk..rnuh 25.00 U.IIO stomach is lust take of ,)
H 10.00 "..011n { r sour, a spoonful j
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I 41 T. M. IUv.... physician.____T______ 0 3.00 J.5UH 213) A. Cable Karnie' _._ .. ..__.... i. 'I 10:00: 11.16 harmless Don s Liver Tone insteadof take'' Dodson's Liver Tone because it.is. j-g
t k. 7 I IV.. K. I'arker "'iirvhant------- J" 10.00 6.on' 214 St. Cloud 1 ] Co., tee plant.; ;; ... -a .1 3 11.11'I ') 14.4)1)''' pleasant tasting and doesn't gripe or ', .'
'\\'. F. Parker, sawmill______ __.- .. 0 3.0(1 1.60( tIC St. Cloud t'tll. Co.. light plant.____ 'a a. 10.011. 5,444)a. using sickening salivating\ calomel. '
$ Ida Anthony.' merchant. ___-*_""_ 0 ,. 10.00 &.00 216 I>r. J.'l). Chunn physician._._,_ .9 I 0 1111 r..1I0) DodHon's Liver Ton is real liver medicine cramp or make them sick. ( .1.
Miller real ...I..te allfe..t----. a 4" .. 217 A. r. Hun ._ ". .1 I millions'of I bottles ofDodson'sLlver .
'. 111 .1.V. .. . 3.oo 1i.6o: *, livery. stable,. _.__ 7.50i .3.111r Y u'U know it next morning because am soiling
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Hill .&. <;0., mrvbitd--. ? .. .,,0, 10.00( 6.00ft.oo ilK Dr. : ..r *. f.hl3'siciafl __..__. 'a. ,. . 10.00') G.f10 Tone to who have,
' ____ j.tEilcxt.: ; will wake fine people Jfc
.-.. II ... 1) I)",'k"r, lawyer. ______,._ ''' l. 10.011( 211' barber. : _i.......... .. ,,' 4 U, 3.00 1.1\0 you up feeling .
I 18 O. V. Krlbbs, lawyer_ .-..-._____- ' :' s.off, 1.60 220 'The Hcllcati-Hiicn. merchant _,,..,.. .. I"'. '. 'a' 3.00 1.11''. your liver will .be working, your headache found that this pleasant, vegetable liver ,T:
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14 .,W. II. Uodwln merchant' .____._:_____'... ::" ',J: :: 4.All 2.26 221! ilriiystone: Hotel hotel_________. ... a.. ,"' <,":. .' 211.00 12.1i0. .and dizziness gone, :your stomachwill medicine sakes the I'laco' of dangerous ;

111 U H. Urawdy. .merchant. __ .. '\ . <', '3.Kl,<< l.f.O! 222, S.'W. purler real estate ag..nt._... a t. 111.00 11.\111) he awN'and\ bowels rnrular. YOU ealoniel. bottle sound
1.. K! Ferklns merchant' __ -., : .. ,. 22a H. M. _____ 'I ,' It, 10.OU lI.nll Hny one on my j
16; .. .. ' 4.Ml :/..21111.011' Ur. GeIger physician' .. .. ) will fiM'l like You 1be\ cheer.fuhi .
Co.. merchant. f", working. reliable. guarantee. Ash druggistabout .
WoiimT-Kawyer ., . ( 6.00 224 Z l4iss. lawyer__ 10.00) 6.1 your ....
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t 8 A. Ulefendorf real istale; aireiiU.K -I " ,f:,. .: ... .' 2.60 2261 j J.V., :. Thompson, undertakerZIIIII ::. 4 :: 1 )) full of enf'rjjy vigor and ambition.of me. jRaise
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1"'. .. .. 227M I ... 10. K. WellH roul . . I' --:------- -- -
20: .. .___ . ; :, 3.00' 1.60 | extntu nnt. 3 0.00 5.0'1' ---7 .
lO'Ofl merchantHryan __ _- 22)* XV I Ii. .. .__ ' .t.l .
0 I J. II. .. ', S.OO i.no( Crnwortl lawyer' _ ___ I .10.00 SIlo '
t2 Cycle Co.. merchant.. .u.-JIt. '- . .4 4., :3.00 .6" :22! !) l.ewlrt. ()'J1r '..n", lawyer_________. .a' , 4. 111.00 ro.1I1I) roadway. *___.*._.__**. ._._., .30 r ,. . ,

4 ta I Thornpklnil. mercluint. _n. .-- . 0 .' ., 0 3.0O<< I .511. i 230 Milton 1'leilm-r', lawyer_____..._.. 4"l, l. '/ .0.0'1( ( '.11'1' 4x9!) Inches ,. 4 .',
:::4 Smith Shoe C..., merchant..r, .. . \ ... 7.60, S.7B* 231 Ia...,, 1 It. 1.nnh.. reAl estate. "Mt._--. .1 .4. I 0.011) S.ii)' Placing rolling and -

:tll H 0. Hrown._& Co.( 11t..I."I----- '. .. ((. .tiOO.t.ert ,",232 TI) I.. Hiiarantew. ('0., nlist I.actors.. . ;" ,'. .\. .. O.(0( 5.410 "
.10.00.3.HO ; :
I, Placing and ad-
211 1"J.\ t'ole. permanent, . <>1tl.,141t.--. ,", : ;<.!,IF''r. it, ::.,. .i. a; : :: .. : ;j. 23" 'l'C; 1'.' Kutltsr. li.hi.cr.L ..__ __.._.._ ." ... :, ...,:fI.1', :. 2'00' 1.tI'' wetting rolling You :
. .' J. Z. lIoll""on., .1I.ulof"l.t------- '. 234: I. Tiller .. _. _. ,. : ditional marl or clay furnished ."' ,
27 .. ''' 41 : 4 1Ij'O(' 8.00 .t. I'rov-\\'II..h. j ,,' 1'I.. .!;') '
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'. 2'8' Palace |"rUR.lor". druggist ,' ..d\,1h\ .lIt , d" 2361 M. Tiller \\.al"I..t" .4' :'<" .r,, .
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_... : . : : ; 4.50 Z.2B ; "" I-'Ire. {I -t ,\ 2.1\01. by; county price. per lineal .'
r 29! "R..I.I'hnrmn). )', dru"ld-, ... ," { : s ',," .A" ", 3.00, 1.50'" 2344 M. Tlllxr I ant. Klreninir, ,* Pun____ '.. \ <"f, ',,,,1,.,,. ,,'f' 2.1i'.' foot of roadway____., __.._.,__. .05
; all Corner Iiruitstore.MlruKiMst. ----- t" t ;.., k .,.'," .. 3.(16. 1..14,1(;, 237 M. Tiller Alt. Continental.M. _.u__. '4 ,1" ./ ,. t.I'tO ?
I II Mrs. A. Trt-KS.' 1tw'.llItn.t--------t. ..' ,: ',\ .. 3.MO 1.60 23 K23H '1'llh'r", ""t. North Hrll. & .Mrc.in ;. .4. .. 1.(111( Grouting, per lineal foot of nine ; Meat :
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. 82 It. M. Floyd "" .r..h..nl----. __ i...-.- ,, : ., 4.f.0 K.26 1o.1 M. J.1 Hick, iihyalclnh__.'_ :__. ". ,, '0, j '4.00 11.1\.) foot roadway _._ __ _ _.___ .10 ,
\\'. ilrirnn merchant. ,- -- .. 240-1 A HOS.MI, .. ,
88 C. .0 6.001 3.OO domestic lUh riealvr_____ (4.Oil)! 6.0'1' Very .
84 A. 8. (Illlbert merchant' ._ ---..--.-- .. 0 S.oo( 1.60 2411 1 I 10. Miillory, mvrchiint. _______,._____ .1 ,," 3.00 1.511 3ruly yours ,

'., r 811 J. A. Lancaster nw'.h.-------,reliantK __ .. . 0 3.00'<(< ISO(; 242]' Manhlittnii Hotel hu\.1.h_:'._ .'I.'a.. 40.011 6.t", Georgia Engineering Company, If yon grow a Garden iou can '
R6 'Sanitary Market nu --- 3.001 1 .140 243' I Hudson llnmi, ,1I1..r..ban'-u.n' 1 8.00 1.1't11 E.: A. Henry, Engineer.On ,

'_ 81 II LllWSOn mVreliant-! Itw'.I.oltt------.._. .__ ____ .. U. 13.111101.711/ 244 | ;"'0)'"'''''''' CitHlnn, th"ol..h .. ., .,'. I,. 10.0(1() 6.0.4' motion of. A. F. BasH, seconded grow a Pig. I. will sell yoi athretntbsl6 (
M, Kali, u 215 II. 1 ilrlternon.) ,_ I
8K i. 3.00'( ,.r.o concrete mfiir.M. .___ II.UO, 15.'"I.
8 A. C. Tvson. nu-r,'tm n t--- ------- -..,-.. sjkjaiuMI.no! .- .:1L.J.LLJ.uaor:: = ':!"' _. ___ __ -"U1r !by ,.K. L. 1 D. (QvergtrepL; ..this!Ltjd..w .. .| j parebred
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.. .h. ...._ _.....: ...... ,.. _! .' .. 44.4)44 J.. ) .
pout tIIcs .
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I : I. 'J'.o" two ... .. 24k l.1V111U54)ft.'s,. . ', " .' er"_ Dnroc for less titan
.. .41LA "nolaht... ..:-:. -1- ; >!-- : -'lII.tlf'31tIiI' : : 1. dotu.1'JII1f'd1tlo :: .1'; ', "'- ''' .- "111.00 5.tll) Company instructed tit completethe per pound yonu \..,
.
.t It.-'T'frutle..t'hrpo.: 1.00 241II.I. N.11". civil entrlneer._.._.. 44 "
2.00'
_____ ______ 10.(10 a.nll work
4a// It. T. Butler barber. __ 0 0 8.00 I<<1 I .140(; 250 It. MrCiilllxter. liniriratre. wairon.. .. 'I t. II.OU 2.110 as soon as possible. would pay for salt meat. Better
:: j\ Uuiler, merchant ::::::: .. .' .. 3.00 1.510'I 261 I 1 'r. K.! J HerliynlilrB.: phyalelan.C. _,-.-__ 44 t', 4' 10.110! '.11.. B. !II.! Guy reported that the road
t Story Store, incrcliant-I I ' 11 4.DO) 2.25 252 t.. Hyatt. phynlclHii' _______.. .._ 0 'V. 10.011 &.,\11 at Kenanaville should be changed come ,and pkk one out before'
I 4. U. M. Taylor merchant- -------- 0 l. fi.d'i :3 (IU 263 .T. 1) Clark real' ,'HtateWalker "let_______ 'a I.
6.1111 from
10.001
..... its around
Dollar Limit Store' merchant. ..' 254 present course to go they are all of .
47 ____ "., 13.5(1 11.75\ & Hllllar l. merchant_.__ .' : 3.01/1/ 1.5" lODe Enquire.,
I II. C. Stanford Co.. merchantH. .. the stock
48' 2.25 256 .. \ .. pens. .
co 4.60 3. T.
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. ____ . Underlilll. im.'rehant.--------! II .
mireliant.Mrs. 4400 ')
Co. 1.60
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-Stanford; -
H. '. 3. ''O 1.60 266 (J. Martin (> motion of J. K. Milliard
e. n sec
: lloirero. merchnntJ. _________ photographer___... 'I. .," r..oo) 2.50 ]
SO It.N.noddltt I mercliaiit.-% ___...____ .0. 0.. 3.HO( 1.50 267 V. C. Hilwardn. ",merchant___,.___ .. .. 8.00 1.1't.1. onded by A. F..Bass. the county engineer LOUIS J. DENNINGNear
&I Store, merchant.____ '' 3.OO 1.60 2(IK ORceolii Klfih Co.. f42 The Quality ____ ___ 0 '., ". .' 3.00 1.60( 2111t H.V.. U'noclen, ph.I..lall2 ._________ ", U prepare a planUhQ..Jl'OWRed..ihanll.'e..aruL.submilj '
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. 62 .. LJlmlllt..Jner, h. n' _ _u_ .. : 10.110 14:4'1 the B. C. Miller
_.. i Farm
-------- l ; ;- reslaufanr. -n'H -r---e i. g--. u..Lwi i t..ftIftr-ttlf'f'clt.... __ ____ ._.,' '- -' -I_ '. : : ..! _
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II. Smith ----
"tb4 J. M.! McClaln. restaurant-- ________ .1 .. 10.00 6.00 261 J. I'. Houser merchnnt___._:_...... ", "I. ) 1:6.: ". to the board at their next regular '
n. .. ; 2H2 A.'I.. Nelson real __ .. .' 0 IofI'_
2.OO' 1.00 estate aart' ... .
( ) 5.')") meeting. .
C, C. Newton barber.lFoster .. . 2(13( II. W. .. .4 I .
U 8.00 1.60 (Cannon turpentine still____ ) ,); I 1..0... T.
t M.
') Newton merchantFouler t --- 2B4 J. Murphy, county Judge called -
1".It'r. .
0 to 26.00 12.50 furniture inficr____. .. I )) 14.4444
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68 Newton. one pool table .. 4' 10.00 5.OO 2fifi \\'. I', Ullb".t.t t. .slot machine__ :: :: g:8: :):;!' 2.10: attention to the act empowering the .

&t) Palm Theater picture tihow-. 0 ... 10.00( 6.00 26411 VOII' __ _._______ :: :: I county commissioners to de
110; M. H. CUMh"' ''". phy.lclan-* .. .. 1 !6.011, 7.60 2671 l.v.. "Fi'wair'rc-i ___ _..___. : .. 1i.001 2.lIn provide a .
1 CltlceiiB 1 Hank bank_ --.- .. .. :3.001 1.60J.60 26t! Park Hotel hotel . I. .. tention home for delinquent children

.. : M. M. Reynolds, merchant.._-______-.-_ .. .. 3.OQI. 26SI Ii. M. Marber. mr.chnnt: Uh.________'"I .. 1i.IIClj I 41111: 2.110 1.60 stating that several children under 12 Drop Us CardFOR
..aV.. A. Urawdy. merchant .. 270 S. U. a
merchant_ .. 3 00 1.60 Iti-cfcer renl'i-state niet.h___ .- a. ".001 5.0111..001 \ years of age had been brought before
84 II.V.! Lawton Co., .. .. 271'I.' J. Scrlbor, real estate agt_____ .. .. .
._______ 3.OO 1.60( 11.01\\ him and that under
611 : Mra. It. (Uarner. merchant 2721 It. .. present conditions
.. 6.00 2.60 A. Willis, merchant'' __..... .._. 'a 8.011I 1.110 I
I : K. K. Hchofleld ee.Anna ; contr: ;- :::::: ., .. I 0(44) 6.OO 2731 F. A. Lincoln hllt..L..___!.______ 'a .. G.OQI 2.110 he had no suitable place to confine PRICES ONSweeping
\ 7 Hchortclil. rrNtaurante !, .. ..
.1 . .. lo.oo 6.OO 274 W. n.'I"a.r., merchant_____.__ 3.thl')' 1.0 them. After some discussion, actionon
88 3. K. Farris, real .at"te.Jlgcllt---- .. .. 27BI N. Fereinclier merchant _________ ,. .
3.00 1.50I a HI) 1.501) this
matter deferred.
Ii It Ja.. Mllea, mpr..h..nl----- .. 2761 ('. M. l.owr.\vnnt. !Pacific Mutual_ .. .. was
25.00 12.60 1 .011
"' 70 J.... Miles, un..rlake.----,,,. ___ .. .. 5.00( 2.60 .277 H. (1 Sill real .state. Bart'orld's -..._____ 'a ." '1il,00l1 11.00 There being no further. business be Compound

71 Sol Rowland boardlnlh..u"merchant_.rMrs. ____ .. 3.00: 1.60 278 \\ I'rolShnwB, show..._._ .. II 26.001 I t.1I4'' fore the board motion for adjourn.
It. II. Hatcher
.ta 72 First Nail Hank bankJohnson's --.._ u______ 0" .. 15.lI' !7.11" 2711, Bass II. II. &Wawnt-r, real estate aift.2KO ._-.- .".. 'j U'.. 10.0011) 1i./10 ment was made and duly seconded l and
Homeraeti ______ ___
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'4 Hakery. merchant s. 3.(101 K. 1'1.'I)'I\"s I..r. ",merchant______.. .. 'a the board adjourned to meet in regular '
0 a..ltll
restaurant. ____. 0 2 5(1( 1.501 the
1' Johnson's liakery 282 1 Ir. I. C. \\hentley fihyslclan_____ .. 0. . session on 5th November, 1917'. \ Gore Disinfectant Co
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._ ___.__ co 1 4.60J! 2.25 10.1101 11.00
,. 1'. I). Marine$ druKKlfitlamrHrommer '.
merchantNlc'hol's" _____ ... .' I- II.O""!, 8.00 2X32K4 (' A. I'lilllliiH, show___.__-_______ 4. 111.001 7.5.4I. ERNEST MACH. .
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. Siipply'. merchant___. ... 3,00 1.60 ( M. lloltnclaw merchant---. ... : ., ,', ) 5.4)441 ,) .
:,. .. 2K6ZHfi N. J. llrown. merchant.._... :"\: : U I ORLANDO
: = I FLA. 44-tf!
merchant___ __ ',{J'. ,3.00 I..50I \ : 440 O'IIERSTREET
.f '
714 O. A. .Illeech.. --. : 8.00 1.60 ) John Watklns, pool table-..:::.:. .. \ . 4) 12.6'1') Attest: J. L. ,
.. p: IW Kd wards 111'' merchant------ 2N7 A. ('. TVHOII alt Internallnnal L.lfe .. I. .
0
co Clerk.
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'A' .. III J. A. McCarthy, elec. ctir-------- '.. ; ' I J 2.50 2HS2X0! D. 1. Was-ner npiN. J. Klr I. : .. .
w- 82 Waters .& Carson Oro. ('o., merch .1.1' ( < It' 24.00' 12.011( Ii.: : WaKiier: ::: 2.110 -
nit ., : 'I
Aetna
nft'rC1flflt---------- 0 ,40 I 21111 .............
1.- < 3.00 1.60 ,
113 F. 1). Moshler! ; 2)4(1V., .1. ( h '
Steed lawyer __ __________ 4' tnoo
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h* Semlnole I'harmacy. ,druififlslV. , :: \ :: 3.00 U: 2H1 1 V. Ii. Hour Jeweler :1 ..0'I, ,r
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$6 \ n. Klnic. ri-al eBt. igt---------- .. .. 10.00 292 I.,. J. .Toned. limriraKv" wairoiill"_"_"_ .. .. _-
: .\:0... ;. U. \\'. lllnutn. "'nrehi4nt----------- 3.OO,. 1 .110 2f3! Mm. K. R. VeIls, .Sucurlty Ins., .. .. 6.001., 2 5)\)" ,. ,
: ; 2..01
market &.00 2.60(
$7 .
$ .. Ky Mlni.lrel/1. theatrical "
,- k Jt8 A. O.. liurnam.; ,mEChIlflt----------m..r..I"'t.h- .1 "II 3.00 4.60. 2.26 1.611; 2 a'nlt'r HarrlH. runtr plumber show._ .\1,1.1.' 11017) f Oct. I. 19)7' ) i'5 2 5') 2 II"7Oct. ):- ,
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.1 L. Harwrravo
(1& J. S. FLOYD
tl Ryan Hros.. merchant) .. .. 3.00' 1.60 2"6 27! llrown lit HnwL-r theatrical show_ 1 .. 1 441 04 I Oct. I, jIll 17 I I 5.04) 71.,1, R.
W. M. Mnnonmerrhant __..._.__ -
in.rcIiaflt---------- 0 'I : 4.60 2.25 ApI. I, JPI7 1 Oct. I 11411 !I 1.54' 5ll.t.
Hartley
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218 Malloy & Miller turp' Mill__ ___._. I
merchant 1 8.00 1.60 4 ) I. 1916 1 ( ct. I I f17 I an oo I 11.501
- fi2 XV. Mllar. r-- 21)44 Malloy & Miller ____ .. "
ncrcluint---------- 0 4.60, merchant ___ I 3004 1. Dealer In '
t3 '/'Mrs..lit. K.A.1tll McQuade t4 .. aOI 1ea Jarrell lawyerWhltted __ _ __ _ ___. ..
merchant---------. l -8.00 1.60 'I 15.00 211/1
fill J. \\ Mathews .,
802 llros.. merchant__ _____ __ ,
1141; i''. H. Mllsom,. vmrcutnt---------- U I. d 0 3.00 8.00, 1.60 1.50 loll F. K. .140w.,,.', merchant.___. ___. I 1141)) 111 Groceries Ha.y Grain a.i\d Feed
uerhant------- :;
117 A. 8. McKay( ;:
a"4'' Stone f 15s
118Vm.. Kasbohm. photographer_____ 1 5.00 2.50(; 305j I'nlon & Cnrlln., merchnnt_________ ,
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.. Cyprt-Hii Co.. merchant.
3.00 1.60 .:.5
.4 ., 911 Kuekeye Hakery. bakry----- 306( K. H. Morrcy. real estatejtni

j .. ,. - coo C. XV, Harris InneII1ereII8tIt: !& Co.IlPEI&Lfl 8.0018X10, h 07k &('at".rti\a.lr..lh.nd\) n d Corner Broadway arid Dakin Ave. .
101 O/V; ;K I < :
la ilK la1o' 7.hqor n..rrh..1_ _ _ j "
1(011 J.4.1addoekPlffithrm 1.1111 : ' \
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: 1'.1 ."1 ", t _____ ' :,00 I Ill 1(1( 1/01"1. I1I4. vVI l rimjliwilHlVlt Try Us on Your Next Order. ForFeed WII
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North. AUHUI'- 1 UndMyV ffafflir .__" __.__
i' ,:' 1O A. K. IirpuKht.ant. I. 315 Ico. Sinter, in.TchnntAV _ _. '
, ](III C. A. ItobliiHoti ....t. ((3irAmtfr.Kennell .-- 2.fill nn 1 I . .-
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mervliajit 3.00' ISO
t 1111 n.o.'co" 4. .. , '1' :M. Murphy. (' nnity'.ludiri-), !! nd, c 14... Handy, 1",* .. Cullcctut, "t. (11,1 I I ..c- oC> oH-o. ++ oIoI.
11) 11. n.V..ltll..r. HttU Hartford | : :. :.11 (' .
I 1"lr"-1 "4 ,. ounty .do rvrtir.t that 4 Hi. foi. unlnV I It, correct.S"ul .
111 II. (Wanner.. OKt. 'Hartford .' .. .. I 25" ( Jlv.-n. iiiiilci. oui linndh .mil.? i iflloliil) ) ) of foiinly Julm.1'iiB. 2.J\ d. ufBass
U1 I 13 Ii. il. WnKiitur, Rltt. Homo ---- I 2 "II let .\ II 1HT.i. !' .

111 I*. (Wanner.'. UK:!. Ki.tnk, .. iHliini. .bin. _, ..1 At.. :! T M. ..MI'HPHY, (County. ) TuJ<;" I.I.D.! D.C.WagDorInsuraoceAeocy
Hhciil I
'1111 P Ii. \Vaitni-r.'. awl. I. .. r..r.II I i.Seal) f L. ll.VNIiy. Ta'. (OolllI'm.' .
116; I)i. Hi \\'ai. n.E. *Bt. "'urkhtr.----- . :/.
,, 111 1 I 11' H.'a"n"-"', 11..1. !<.'.,u I..h I'nlon. .4. ." 2.511 .- ...
11"I I 11. U. Wanner, .."t. NuiVU-h I Union, 1 ,. 1111 ; 2nd Floor Citizens Bank
.. :: Bldg. Phone No. 30.
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) &f., I H. ( Wiiuncr, BB-I." Hrlllsh-Airn-r-. .... .... 2r.II'I PROCEEDINGS. OF THE J. K. Hilliurt), H. 11. Guy and 1 A y
7, 11"1' 11. <1. WaBTiier, Hwt. HHHiC-Hrt-rn.--. I .1.1 K. L. I II. 'Overstrwl.( ( comminsioiiei-g.
; The General Insurance
.. In Osceola c
'JI: I). II. WaMcner.aKt. I. *t L & ( 1. __. ..I. J COUNTY. COJ\IMISSIONERS\ J. L. Ovtrntreet, ck-rk John S.. t'u- : Leading Agency Co ;
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, 123 )I'\. II. Waurner, BKt. Hiinover, Irh'o'1 'I 2 5.l. .
114 t. Nonl-l. I ... 0 II I ) il. Wanner, a" 2./ill : WE REPRESENT THE AETNA HOME 'OF NEW :
: H. iX Wanner,' "lit. (nr"'cllffnt .1 .. 2.1111. ( Continued on Page )Four.) John S. Cadel, attorney: f>r the YQRK, HARTFORD .
126 1).. 11. ""UUw,'. nut N. Y. Life_____ .1 .. 2.r..). 1H17)' I HMHt'MKini'liI,) . __ !67.56! board read'a' communicntion from :i: AND MANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE ':
________. 0 ..q 11)Iy..- lillllU, lOr ,,. !
2 27 Julia) I. IIUBB inerrlmiit.' 3.00 L/i.. i.u l KlUHlllllltn ) ""'" X
.. r' "'. J. Mallett cement mfitr..'.'. __ .. 111.1111 5,4..,) ?% <>KH pny' lull n. ('t. u.lT.ild! \ Mr. W. II. Koonc, attorney !for, the } COMPANIES ; ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.,

:.4qt tulf Itt.tinhng (.'0.. whol. oil dIr_. .".': 25 oo 3 12.r.1I KlxH.v.v.. & 1,. Plain watfiunit bond purchasers in the mutter of pe- ::: AND CAN TAKE' CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE :f
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,' U"j huh Itellnlnir ( .I.. w hol. Kits illrx- 10.dojo. t.Otl) ,;1 lIghts __._ __ . ___ :24.81! I cial rond and dislrii't, No.1. '
t,' .. U. 11. 1'rather. luittlliiic works.... I. .. .oo (.111. Supan Vali'U. DiliInti'iirtin'e. ____ .".. ..
', . I.Upfcr A ITHllMT. I.HKKUKB wagon .. 6.00' 2-.511 II. I'lurlt. lin-il.. lo Jt. (4.__ .__ H.28, road bonds $100,000( ()( and also a resolu- AND"Explosive
:f 113. Lupfer fi l'rathvr. fenraRe..1_______ .. .'. ...q lo.ooi Ii.oll tion suggested by: him to bo adopted : BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS :
184 Lupfer & Prather dIre In el<-c sup 'I 5.001' 2.611 Paid wr.rrfinta ordered .
; were canCelled by the board prescribing form of
1311 lir. "'. \\'. Carson; ietittt-------- !'. l ,. a .
10.00)) 14.1.0 :i:
1341 Mach 11....... livery alabla____ _____ .a. ... 15.001 7 1011 from the various funds> as fol- bonds and providing for a sinking :: Insurance

,# 187 oaceola llrtw. ('0.. mer..hRIlt.n_ . .. in 60( 1'.75 lows: fund to pay the same', which sujrirent-. ... .

13N "."..oh Ildw. Co. Alps.' In elec sup 1... .. .6.0085.Jtio. 2.50 Cieneral .Revenue ____, . . _174.62' ed resolution was on motion of B. H. ALSO BONDS AND LIABILITY. ; :
$ bank____.________ 0
1311 tate .
A'l 140 Mach Hank Br...... garitMe--------------: - .. .. I 0.00)) 12.100 5.tlll General Road h___ __ _ _ _ 1.20 Guy seconded by E. I/ D. Overstreet, ,,: IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION f- .

1. '. 141 It. K. Halls., nttt Aetna. ____,_______ ... II I 2.611 The Depositories report showed the duly adopted and ordered spread on ::
t AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION.
., c F. HI II. F. Halls, iiKt. Hartford____,____ 4.. .. I 25.. following bulrnces> in the various the minutes. i
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4. .L. f I 1431 II. K.. Itolilpson Halls. ..!Ct.ineroliiint Norwli'hUnlonJ.'ll. ___________ .. ., .. ::1.011) 2.511 r,1t funds (October 1st 1917: The"matter Of bids on 1800) feet of t 6 oooooOOO OOQO t4tOtooO ooooo o oooo..o.

I. .. I 1 General Revenue _ _ __ .. _ $280.95:
I- 144 N. L. Kottero m..r."nntn .. 3 OIl l.c.o roadway on the St. Cloud-KII!
. ,, L, First (State Hank. Kenansvllle bnk .. ... I 14...III. 7110 Kine und Forfeiture .___ -- 388.4fi ropd from the canal toward/ Klaairn-
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., _* t:, ItM 147 I Watler* C. Kiddle Ide. UnuHrtue dentist__wagon__ _'___n___-_ .. .1. 111.1I1I 5.u.lp.' 110 2 r.1I. Road General __ _ _... n_ 494.32 .mee was then taken up. :

L UII O. I* ''Huakmaster, p"y..I..lall-- .... .. . 10.00 r.1I11 Special Publicity i.__ _ __ _ 1035.29: The Georgia Engineering .Company FOR SALE --CASH PREFERRED
15 Nathan Porter boar&lng bouseKiss. ___ .. Hard Surface Road _. _
I 11.00) 2.511 '-no. 3377. 8 being? the sole bidders on this work
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151 : Tel. Co.. lelephttue sya.____ .
iv I .___. '' .. 411.41(14 2..0 ,The Tax .Collector'sL-report allowed submitted the following' bid:
I. .152' M.'Tlllerrtl"t. I'h..nll w.wa --- -- -- --2.1HI2011- One block of Five Lots in South Part of Town. 250
I, Iii Carson I.armer, BKt. N. Y. UnUrwr 1, 2.50 nothing collected for geneiz'j. or auto Georgia. Engineering Company Augusts -

1. )511)54 Carson Carson Farmer.Farmer ant.awt. Fidel-Phoenix(3a. HomeCarson ...,__ .". .... , license and $2 for polls. Ga., Sept. 27, 1917. foot front 208 foot depth. Rich Muck Soil adapted. for
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There
.. 250 being no further business before Honorable
: Board of Commis-
ant.Queen___.__. County
1'6 Farmer .
'_ 1- ,7 Carson Farmer aa-t.! North. ANaur.11't8 ... ".. 211.1 2.511.) the board they adjourned to missioners, Oxceola County Kla- Banana or Truck Growing. Eighteen inch fall to city

\ Carson Farmer ant. HprlnK. Fire- .: . .. 2.1111 meet in adjou-ncj session' October simmee, Florida
_______ .. ditch. Make home for itself.
1M' aict. Royal
Carson\Farrner your pay
: .. 2.110 13th 1917 for the of receiving Gentlemen
111" Carson Farmer ant. CHIsensCarson _____ .. purpose : Hepr to submit you the
;, 251 Farmer, aKt.! Orient_____ ... . .. . 2.5l 2.110 II bids on 1800 feet of brick road following prices for paving the ap.

Jt2 C-arson Farrm-r. atct. U. 8. 114ehhtys3 ..1 ".. 2.110 between Kiasirnmee and St. Cloud and proximate 1800 feet of roadway on Apply VALLEY GAZETTE.!

t'sr.on'Farrnr'"r"on Farmer, "M't.aift. 'In.Oerm.-Amer.. Co. N. A.. .. 2.511 to transact such other business as the St. Cloud-Kissimmee road from "

i.4 H. M. Breaker,' agt. Imperial.---- 0 ) 21111 2.r.o might como before them. the
) M. 1.>..tr't .. Brick paving
IgI.H. lireaker aart. Niagara per square yard

, !t-' 17I. K.. K. Wells merchant___________ .0. ".. . 3 110 1 2.110..IIII. October 13, 1927. brick laid flat_._______ _____$1.41 .O OOO ___
.v H. Inaraih merchant__ _. The
-- 3.011) 1.110 Hoard of
IR. .. County Commissioners Excavation cubic '
D1 R' ''Fertlc.' mrchant.------- 1 per yard_ ____ .24 .
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3.1111
,, 1701 -M. Tiller ngt. MutualLlte-------- .. .. I.1.1i/1 Ii II of Osceola (county FJ'oridt.: met Overhaul in excess of one thou- TAX NOTICE .

S '7 I Ordla liass merchant, ___.___.____ .. .. s.oo 1.1i0 in regular session on the above date sand feet _____ ___ __ ____ .02: .
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i s"i Mrs. I!:. F.:.'V. ,"... aKt. Colonial Fire 2.1111 pursuant to adjournment f
a Ti Q. 1". Uarr.tt luwyer__ _____._.___ :. co ]o.00 .5.11(1' therebeingpresent Price per cubic yard per 100 ft. : :
,.. Ernest Mach, chairman A. F. concrete October 3 1917
-' ;. 141Pot Johnston lawyer- ____v...... I 0.00 5.00) ; curbing per lineal ft. ,
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,. ill W. B. Maklnson ('0., merchant..._ .. ... ] 2.011 6.00 .
Uj W. Maklnson! Co.. dlr. elee. sup) a. .. ---
+ 'J" 11.110 2.110.
11 I* Zimmerman merchant______ :: I Notice is that
154 Mftttk Hat lie. barber.. _ __?.- :: 1.044 :.51) t t otOOto.o.ooooooOOto hereby given the : ;
,78 Jessie-MrNeal.' restaurant. 'I pi
-- ------ 11.1111 2140
'0, Oscvola Hotel' hotel_. C a. I '
: hI \V.. N. Uarner real eat.: asi- -----.-:,-.-.- .. .. 10.(10 5.(10 &2.50.00 StoutLumberCo. Tax Books'for 1917 will be open for.f'. ;
k S2 D. O.- (cLean. 'r..tau.ant.... ', ,
'1L F, .n;. Kldrldae. photonrapher:::-. 'a .. 11.(10 11.(10 1.110 collection I

s4I T.A. Horn A Co...merchant-J.____ a. a.'a 8 0(1 1 2.60 110 SUCCESSORS. TO MAY.8TOUT LUMBER 00. on Nov. 1st.I am now .
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L P.: Wr Van Natta. ara"re...___.... .4 10.00: 11:110: .
c. .liuckUy Moran lumb.r 4Ir. __ a. .. 'DEALERS I IN .
,... '-J< Ward, meat mark.t..__ .. .. 111.0 .110 ready to furnish estimates on these.

,", . 18. Orlfftn. real ..t.. aKt.a_...._ .. 5.(101 2.110 11.11/1 Yellow Pine and Cypress LnnbetNovelty'
I tlu Ollar; : I .
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/I". I 1 tI C. I? JJBLUn' rnerchantWomai -.._........ -.\ ,, a 8.00 8.00 1.110 Works in taxes. 2 cent will be allowed.
J P2 ? *Vpf. al... C0"*'._...__..-_ 11.00 1.110 Connection.It per
2.110 -
'" ,I i >>8 J. \vi&har"f*' merchant...,
; j : '" ; 94 J.: W. BlmD7il"hoto..pbar.,,.- ::: =: Ug I U pleaswc all
", ., Hr. "" \VI"n..tl.t ..-__._..._ j. wa. our to fir JOg estimates at all times. on taxes .paid during November.

Hf ; :f .J.latpe. andy. :"y.telan t _.._.___._.- .. ::: 19:9g: lgg: Courteous AtteBtioa aid Prompt Delirery. .

'rM): : JIi A. K. ?Kord.!)'an'barber.--real ..t. -_--- ,0 .. '.00 1.110 Phone V TaX:
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j "" Henry-Johnson.. mtrchanT .........-. \i"V. ....A :: 10.(1(1 1.110 11.00).110 Klssimmee. Fla. $ C. L. BANDY, Collector ' .:
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VALLET GAZETTE 'FRIDAY 'OCTOBER 1917 \
USSIMMEE
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hearts of the most pitiless of savages 1 NOTICE TO THE. PUBLICA Visiting cards printed by the. Val- dred and for flftr not dollar more than,, or thirty by. Imprisonment day. Oa..tt.t. said. ear lf> the Kl..lmra.. Vail-?

-yes, even the heart of a atone-tnis f ley Gazette Job Department. Read a first and second time in open Ordered and done at DeLand..
ectade appealed not to the new Telephone Directory is being < session. and un.nlmou.lyPA..d. tltli thisr| the 391k day September, A-TlE
educate officers of Wil- .. 2nd day ot October. A. D. KIT.Approved ; '
and refined compiled and will be issued on or
iill i i11111111 October 1. IflT. JAB. W PERKINS..
lism trained as they' were in the before November 16th. Everyonewho JOHN"8. CA.DBU Mayor. /S-aft Judge.
TreiUchke! (Aral), -
schools of Bernhardi and .
This common soldier saw the expects. to have a telephone in Legal F. H. L.A.W8ON. MASTER'S BALK
President of Council.
wretchedness and woe, the worse than the near,, future will please make the Attests '

Stearns' Paste Dantean hell into which the tms and fact known to the Kissimmee Telephone . : ;. Advertisements : J. R., GILBERT' City Clerk U.lt NOTICB by vlrture 1s hereby of a Final given. DH'r.that' endee.. In sand

daughter of freedom Had been Co. as this will! be the annualdirectory. Chancery In the ease of the Waters *

plunged by the mad ambitions of a IN CIRCUIT COURT. STATH .orrLOfUD Carson' Orocery Company, a Corporatlon. -
..,. Rats i Reaches Advertising1 : and .
who and space va. J. A. Cheek a.n4 Willie May
colossal murderers
few were rates be had by applying to themanagrer. I* C.RCtl.T'COIIRT.. STATB. Of *. Cheek, tll. .wife. pending" la the circuit .

'Mder. Ik* klgk MM W II.... kt ,.. are struggling to enslave the world. i I may FLORIDA Wnile i:e 0....... Ceo .lejBoo" .v*. Court of the Seventh Judicial Clr.
kUIUf .
.f the Lusitania .. cult of the State of Florida. In sad fopO.e..ol.
rrri'llqr w.$3IIO.-.k. He recalled the sinking ; Katie 'f*. Omrmmer, Dfeea..-Dl-
impudent an $7.. ... G.II.., _oleloBot. vaPr.ad. '.
dersigned. ae Bpeelal Master Wilt Mil
.If.Ms..4- ri*k.reaeV for IM emperor and madman to destroy the I A. B. Carson, Manager .. -0...._ rmrmmmmtSeveeith Seventh. Jo4lrteJ C....... O..e*i. C.... at public I sale, aad best 1
o.hti..b :
TV Car wll world's commerce. He saw his own' October 26. 1917. "....... (;.....h. o-.Ja '. <7-1.< Ch..e.r7 bidder for Court Heuee laKlaxlmmee.
; kr MJ.reDRAFTED .' Oeecola Cownty. Florida,
America infested German
by
beloved GET RID OF HOG CHOLERAIf Cmmmtr-tm. Chaaory.It It appearing by affidavit appended to luring the hours of legal sale, on Monday .
spies creeping like treacherous poisonous the bill filed'In the above-stated cause the eth day o( November A. D. :
reptiles around our industrial apsarlng a-rft'd.avjt;;: appended... to that Katie M. Gardner the defendant .til. the follow In*,deaxtrlbed. real estate ;,'
Missoula I arsenals and munition' hog cholera has been in your herd the bill filed In the above-atated cause therein named la a non-reeldent of tae with its appurtenances to-wtt J
rem the New 'Northwest, centers our it will be necessary to rid your prem- that Francis M. OulleaJ the defendant State of Florida. and I. a resident. of lots Eight nt. NIne "> and Ten a .
Mont.. plants-yea. lurking; boldly about the I I Is a non-r..ldsal of the Mate of Minnesota, last address being (10) of Shoemaker- Sub-ldHrlsloo of .1
halls of congress or sleeping. serenely lees of infection. These are the usual :[:1'.t"'r: ; : 4 and I* a resident. of Ullllnnhara. Washington over the ageof Block DL and IL of Robert Baa*' Addl-

--J,. if the had been under tho measures to be taken and are reo- Tacoma Washington, over. the age of year; it is therefore tail to the Town of Klaflmmee, Flor- .
won
as war :that
This' the noblest by Dr. A. if. Logan veer twenty-one year; It I* therefore or. ordered said non-r eldent defend .
picture represents .
dome of the capitol itself, I unary I dared thatthe said non- ..ldent be ant bo and ahe la hereby required to Tbe purchaser at such _I. to par
gars in all the world a common soliier No ordinary man Is this American I field agent to the bureau of animal and she '.. hereby. required. to appear appear to the bill of complaint Clod in for the Maater'a Deed. '

standing beneath the Stara and He's the bone and sinew of industry who is stationed at the to the bill of complaint :n.Ird said ; said cause on or before Monday, the. Dated October (th. A. D. HIT. J
Stripes. He asks no favors and fears private. University of Florida. cause on or before day 5th day of NovemberA. D. 117.otherwise W. B. CRAWFORD
the RepublicHe'has not been cowed ,. I I. of December A. n KIT. otherwise the the allegation: of said bill Special M"te.
only God. Clad in simple garb he into silence by the iron hand of.Prussian , "Collect all manure in piles away alienations of said bill will be taken will be. taken. .. confessed. by said de- KRIRR" d:, RTEIUO.

stands erect-a man, craving neither despotism, or trained to obedi ,from hogs and allow to rot. .. j 1, as confessed by *nld.defendant. . Vndant. Solicitors for Complainants. 4t-4t .:
but God's best gift "Burn all litter rubbish and old It Is further ordered that this orderbe It 1. further ordered. that this order JJll'OTICIG
nor ,
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fetf power of the German
ence by the stern rod week for four conecuttve be week for four rnraecutlva
published one a published once a TO CREDITORS!:
ealth and strength to serve his fel- schoolmaater. He's a freeman, educated hog trough j I week In the. Klsslmmee Valley I weeks In the Klslfhaee Val<-

owmen and to fight*for freedom's in the free schools'of the greatest .I I "After the premises are thoroughly Oatette,, a newspaper published In Icy UasVtt. a newspaper. published. In .. C..rt.9 the r. *..t y- Jmmm, 1I..t..I'
holy cause. No emperor, was ever cleaned spray walls floors and ether said county and. state.ThbOctober aid County and State.This ..1......, fIs
'world. He's
ot the
republic a sovereign KIT 191'1.
lard Ird
Treat enough to add aught to the .* a king crowned by the mightof surfaces, including remaining hog I J; U OV" RSTRFPT.: : day J.of U October 0..EKT IUD JoT. re Hetate mt D..I Melw_ ,i.eeelg .

glory that justly belongs to him 'and merit.. Taught to fear God and take troughs etc., with a disinfectant Clerk Circuit Court. Clerk: Circuit .Court. r. C..t)'.

I to the hundreds of thousands of Am- his he like the : part compound creosol solution! to 30 (Seal) (Circuit Court Seal To all Creditors, Legatees Distributee
own part eagle I! .
can Z. A.4SA. MILTON PI-EDOER. and all Persons having Claims or ?
[ erican youth who seek only one dis- look the sun in the eye. To the'American parts water where hog. houses are Solicitor for Complainant 41.41 I Solicitor tot Complainant: 4t-4t Demand against said Estate: t

tinction--that of fighting shoulder to private.to the common people small turn them over exposing the j You and each of you are hereby no J+

shoulder with the friends of l.freedom and the common soldiers civilization interior to sunlight. I I A UMIMHTH \TOIT9 NOTirR CITATION Ol;" ADMINISTRATION! tided and required to present any

'n all lands and under all skies: To I. "Cleanliness and sunlight. help' to ; ..... claims and demand which you or
is appealing, and this apeal shall not. ., state' of .. Ceert .. Casasy Jmmltr, either. of you. may have against; th.
".d.
.. Cooo.tr
Infection. Court
im clear conscience and mother'senediction destroy
i a a be in vain. r...,). State .f Klorlea.KMate estate of Daniel Eastwood deceased
FI.rldais
are worth more'than the "Wallow holes and cesspools shouldbe I ef Kaally O. Tmtmmm.nr ate of Osceola County. Florida, to theundersigned

|:-on cross of an emperor. filled in, drained or fenced of!. re Estate of George H. Td.... Administrator of said es.
1.TURN CQTTON UNDERagailiet .i THE JUDGE OF SAID COURT. tate. within ,two years .from the date
This plain private neither vol unoa.Gtb.envisc..aopght.tG.bua.- : :: "All runs underneath buildings I Ooreola Ceooty 'Whereas Alma T. Morrlaon has ap hereof. .

L*- : ; :; : ""An effeHV _' to :tak>. should.be ceanedand:) disinfected, and,:.....N.tlc..lsknr* ).t alven .ln CI whom pife&lo..thls.court forJ: .*ltfm of A'ltrrttrMitrs : .......patedjDctobf, Jat. A.. P 1917,; .... -
""e" rmt"mrrlnwhdi' h d t.oft9nAireTatman r I i n : .
fe' name inscribed'upon" roll oflissBTOnisTbeJrappinga lKenT>6araeVTup't6-lfeef"Rogs""oUt7' ]( :;;; n"t<<'itrt'3""II1i. lu ii"aTi"Tri i"e ji
U : the emoluments the cotton boll weevil, and olio 5 "Destroy hogs that fully April. A n. UU I shall apply to the d *cei,,e.1, late of.said County n't. Administrator.
carrier) recover Honorable. T. M. Murphy, Judge of said of o.ceola; *
and distinctions of office did not appeal recommended by the Uuiversity of, ,.as they may be of cholera Court a. Judge of Probate, for mj' THESE: ARE. THRRRKORB.: to cite NOTICE; HJtlCCUTOn

to him. But when the tumultnd Florida extension division, is to plow infection." final discharge aa Administratrix of and admonish all and InKular the klnIrvd -
the shouting had died andraining' I 'I the estate of George ... Talman. d.. And creditors of said deceased toe .. C...., *( C..t ."...... 0-.1.
away all cotton stalks under at the earliest ceased; and that at the same time I and appear before this court on or Coo ... State
camps were no longer in PLANT WATERMELONSWe wjll' present. to said Court my final accounts before the 16th day of ovember A. D. !. e( Florida
Veed of men seeking to become of- i I opportunity. The weevils are boundto -' .as* Admnllstratrlx of said estate 917. and lie( objections. If any they we KUtate ef Jobs W. Tb..p..a

later and if they and ask for their approval.Dated .' have. to,the. granting Letters of Administration .
sooner or learned
Beers, he' heard his country calling\ for I, come have that the Exchangewill October 8th. A. l>. 117. on said estate, otherwise Notice.Is h.rebYcl".n. to all whom '
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ben to join the ranks and awaited J have arrived many will live throughthe ,ship melons next yearIf we ALMA T. MORRISON. the name. will b<. granted to laid AlmaT. \it may concern that on the nth day of

pot second summons. In that call wniter; but don't encourage them raise-them while there Ian large crop 41-6 mos Administratrix.. Morrlvon, or to some other At person O.c..mber. A. b. 1 1T. I shall apply to

e-.heardthevoleeotdutyand.-then )L.letUnJr..J.heJlhl..l stalks! l_ stand In the :j>tj>otffltOTs "oini-jMit! ,_we..have plenty' I or pprsona.VMTK1HH .my .rrrT-fi- CoaaWJLdaO he aid Honorable Court as Judge T. M. of Murphy Probate, Judge, for my of

olce of God. field all winter. of light land that will grow melonsthat -NoT1C.Notice ;''' -of- the county- -aforessld.. . his the kth ftnaral.etliir.EIt..cutor. of lhe-"' ,;. ,

He heard the moan of mothers I won't grow potatoes. Land can day of Dcfober. A. D. 1 1T{ tate of John W. Thompson deceased: t'
Is hereby. given that on Bun and that at the same time, I will
; T. pr.-
reeping for dead babies-babies, not TICK ERADICATION PROGRESSING be grubbed or cleared this fall, and dew the SSth day of October A. D. I County Ja..... sent my final acceunt a. Executor of '

atched away by a mysterious Province [ raise a crop of melons while it is get- 1917; at the hour of 10.00 o'clock a.: m? (Seal) 41-St aid estate, and ask for their. approvaL

but bayoneted by brutal aol- ting ready for a corn crop or to be at the court Florida.house at the Tltuavlllr annual ,meetIng Bre-- Dated Jun. llth.EDGAR A. D. 1917.D. HOOAN.
vard county. NOTK.K FOR BIDt
ners. He saw little children wanderIng Twenty-four Florida counties are planted to grove or any other crop of the owner of lands situated In %v-Smos Executor. .
like wild beasts trackless that want to raise. I St. John Drainage District m ,
through co-operating in tick eradication and a person might the Upper Notice U hereby. given that bid will -
Torests along steep and barren mountain have appropriated funds. Other would .like to see four or five cars a will I" convened and reconveningourgande for the purpose meeting of adjourning b" received. by the Board of County NOTICE or icxtcrvTOR:

sides and heard. their plaintive counties are lining up' for the work week shipped out of Kissimmee, It to and at the same place on Commissioners of Osceola County. 'Fer Kloal Discharge)
for and the still would in after the Seth of October '. "Florida up to and Including 10:00 a. m. -
cry bread more and it should not be long at the bnng money potatoes Monday, the day of
present said adjourned meeting; to be held I for O>n om7y.a the ftth.day (;'I'i; .J.IC..rt.' Cmmmlf Jmmmr, OeeeolaCeeoty.
Blajntive 1 moaning for their dead Then
are some people office
rate of progress before systematic gone. the- of electing. two membersof A. L>. the of the .. State .f Florid.
\olhers. eradication work will be begun haven't got potato land and could get the purpose Board of Supervisors, who shall the Circuit Court or said County at la R* Ks.*.* mg Jokai MeLaoa.....
' \.h the children the children tens out ot their land. of the said District {( .'Itnmee Florida for the construction *
\ throughout .the entire state. Cattle some change light both be lend owner of Approximately i two and one-half
housands of all raise in to .serve one member. for the un-. Notice I I. hereby. given to all whomIt
them terrified lost dipped in September according to the Hope we may *.a big crop; expired term of J. N. Whltner. deceased mile of brick paving;, eight feet wide may concern that on the list day ef

Be thick palpable darkness of mys- report of Dr. E. M. Nighbert federal 1918. which, unexplred. term I la now belntffilled with concrete curb on Shingle Creekroad October. A. D. 1 1T, I shall apply t.

\i'I forests freezing starving, inspector in charge totaled 19,897 J. F. W by 8. O. Chase, and the othermember Cloud and road.C approximately. one mile. on the Honorable T. M. Murphy, Judge of
for their dead mothers what for the term of three. years to i Rt. said Court a* Judge of Probate for my
pg and were dipped in' a total of 408vats. .. memberof Plans and specifications may be ex*
BIII..o. a
succeed L. final discharge a* Executor: of the estate
ref! It is enough to arouse theft GIVE "8YBUP.OF HOS" said Board whoseterm of office will amlned-or obtained at the office, of the of John Mclaughlindeceased;

Gold Almighty Himself. Is expire. on said day. and to transact Clerk of the. Circuit Court of Osceola and that at the, same .time I will present -,
\onder that I ifLdimmed millions Tbs QuMM That DM lilt Affect the! HMdBeeiiise TO CONSTIPATED CHILD such ether business a* may properlycome County Florida at Klsslmmee.. ray final account a* Executor of
b..re'aAld meetlna. Right Is reserved to reject..any or all said estate, and ask fur their. approval.
r: and turned of It. tonic end taz.the ..-.LAXA. At such election. each and every proposals Dated A, n. KIT.
*F9autocracy the T1VBBB.OMOQU1NINB Is better tb.a ocdlBsryOulnlne acre of land In the pltrlct shall represent .- J. I* OVERSTRERT. Aprlllrik MCLAUGHLIN.. o",
.... Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm .
U-It' Clerk.
and doe not eeu e aeroooa. trot share and each owner shall April-vmos Executor.
trs of the world T one
> !ng in bead. Remember the lull name sod tender. little Stomach Liver; entitled. to vote In person or by
be one '
ugh to move thee look for Mil denature o< $. OKOVB. Me. and Bowels. proxy: In writing duly feigned, for ,every .!* TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OK TUB 'NOTICM OF ADMINISTRATOR

acre. of land owned by said owner In SKVKKTH!' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 6 4

said' District.: Of TIIK STATH OP1 Pl.OHlnA. l" f
of.
" " " " ' Look the The person receiving the highest .. c..rt.r Coaatr Jege.Florida. State ,
at mother OSCBOt.A 11CIIANCKRY.
tongue I I number of vote at said election shall AND FOR COUNTY. .

coated your little one's stomach live b* declared elected a* said Supervls. -

and bowels need cleansing aw. one .II..llr.. _. I. ra Estate .f 0.1_. G...._ Osae.le i
ors.Dated of October. KIT. O..J. T. .ll._. mm l D. T.
When peevish, cross, listless, doom this Sth day Board of Supervls- U..... H..II... ... Wife. C._. CM./F, '
By order of th., pi........ ..... M'lllle.ea Mllar. .t ..1.n..t. -
sleep eat or act naturally or is fever on. ERNEST' H. KVERT.: *. Ker le..... .( Mertsrave. Notice U hereby. to all whom
\rah, stomach< sour, breath bad) .has sor Secretary. It may concern. that Ivenh* 10th day of
(Seal
License Noticer ) December A. D ..11.J shall apply t.
throat diarrhoea full of cold give *
Attest! eAttorney It appearing by affidavit appendedo the Honorable T. M. Murphy, Judge of
I teaspoonful of "California Syrup o I J-. A. VANS ANEW 4S-St the Bill filed In the above-itated aid Courtas Judge of Probate, form
Fig.," and in a few hours all the foul for the Board. cause that Jacob Epstein trading as ,. final discharge as Administratrix A

constipated waste undigested food am. the Baltimore Bargain HOUHB and the of the estate of Delma. Graham d.ce..d ..-
AN bHIM'VA' Baltimore Bargain House, a Co-part- ; and that at the same time I will
sour bile gently out of its littl
move nemhlp composed of Jacob RpHteln present to said Court my final account
I bowels without griping and you have t TO I'ltOtlOH VOlt THM PHOTBCTH : Nathan Rneteln, Charlea. I. Weinberg. aa Administratrix of aid estate, and .

well .playful child again. Ask youi .\ ;:,, ))\ OF, FOODS. KXIMIKI1 'OH"' ', A. Ray Kate and Kidney anakurKh.some ask for their. approvalDated .
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lP"v I of the Defendants therein namedire
June |th. A. P. 1917.JACItIE .
druggist for bottle of "California CITY OK .
a SALE IN THe non-residents. of the State of Florida ANN GRAHAM.ftmos .
All occupational license taxes Syrup of Figs," which contain full KISa1MMEEe and are residents of the City ofnAIUmor. Adralnlstratrta.
direction for babies children of all ages .. State of Maryland that .
and for IIrown-u Be U ordained l>y the City Council of Butler Bras,, a "Foreign Corporation I.a la ORDER OF PUBLICATION j&
the City of KlsslmmeelSection non-rvsldent of the State of Florida w
due and payable October 1st. 1. That all fresh meat exposed andy nan its principal place.of business. -
are The Jacksonville, Miami & Tampa for Bale shall be kept In cases of In the City of New York State of New 1- rimlt Co..,. Kevelh J..lelM Clr-
Interurban, Railway Company are the wire netting with glans tops York; hat Cnttnrausus Cutlery. Com- emit ef .Florid' ,. mmm f.. O reolaCpM
Section *. All rolls., biscuits, Is I lacery
bread pang. a Foreign Corporation. a non ty. *
Owners of automobiles must promoters of a new railroad for Flor. pies cakes, candles, confectionery and evident of the State .of Florida and --
pay Ida. The company has already been the like exposed for Kale .shall' be keptIn has Its principal place of ,business at Ilartew head Cattle C.__.,.., a C.... i
organized and has given notice at showcases. of glass, except such of 'Att..r..ulfll..fltale. of New York: that ..1'."... v*. .............11... Tasepa
from Jacksonville that October said articles which are securely wrapped Martin L* Hall Company a'- Foreign. A Key West Railway ('._...". .
fractional license for period on 17th ready for delivery. (Corporation Is a. noifvsldent 'of the. <'srp.ratl.a. ft m>. Bill t* QeJetTtle.
formal application will be made to the Section3. All fruits and vegetables State of Florida and has Its. principal. .
governor for a charter authorizing exposed for sale which are consumedraw place' of l>u..lnesa. In the City of HOHon. . The complainant nhove. named having -
or without further cooking shall. State of Massachusetts, ; that Mo.Vherton filed In this court Its sworn bill
October 1st to December 31st. i the incorporators to construct, sucha l>e. kept In receptacle screened with \. Hutton & Company a Foreign of .complaint. It aver thft In Its belief
railroad. According to plans as set wire netting. Corporation Is. a nnn-r<..sMrnt of the here are parties persons, firms and
out In the application for: charter the Section 4. 'The doors, window and state of Florida and has Its principal corporations claiming to hold or have
Will be filed rtther. openings of bak..rlrll'whcre playa of business In the City .of Nashville some right title or Interest of. In ando
Information t tevery' will build line '
against company a from Jack hr."dId, cake fire. made, and or State} of Tennefln, all of the de<- the lands hereinafter. described. ,
sonville eastward! to tho coast and places where candY and confectioneryi 'enilantfl.. not corporations. over the. whose named, .placeM of residence and
thence southward to Miami. From made shall bo screened with wlru age of t>v 'ti'Ro"a; years;; It In therefore abode, and post office addresses are
automobile i netting. ordered non-resident de'endants to complainant unknown and having
Daytona a line will be built;
owner or out to
operator Section B. Whenever wire netting Is bv and they fire hereby lequlrcd prayed relief. against. such unknown
Sanford and then at Hopkins another prescribed In this ordinance. It shall to appear to" tho Hill of C branch, will be run across to Tampa. mean wire netting not coarser than 16 plaint flied In Haiti cause.. on or.before and demanded the entry of an order
and eve'ry requiredto 3.V1 The main line would be about mesh.Section. Mon"ay. the Cth day of November A or publication herein pursuant to the
335
person t. All case and receptacles. )). IS17 otherwise. the allegations of Statute; .
I miles long from Jacksonville via mentioned In thin ordinance shall lie said Illll tie taken as confessed by saidlefendantK. I It Is thereupon" ordered that all parties .
r : Pablo Beach;-St. Augustine' DaytonA kept closed. except for the purpose of . i persons, firms and corporations
occupation tax who has New Smyrna Cocoa Melbourne placing food therein or removing It It I I.. further order ,th..t this order claiming to have or hold any right
pay therefnrim, and shall be kept free from h. published once i\ "t m m for four conHrullve line( or Interest bv, through or under
Pierce and other points to Miami. flies. And nil screen. door and windows .week In the 1<1..ll11m".1- he Jacksonville Tampa & Key. West
The branch southward from Daytonato shall' be opened only In case. of ey liaxette, a newspaper. published In Railway Company. a corporation,. erec-e
not done so .on October 31st Sanford would be about :SO miles screened", and nil apartments so aid County and Stute ated and existing. under. the laws .eC*
under this ordinance shall be Thl 3icl day of Ik-trher. A. n, 1917.J. the State of Florida: the PennsyvanlaCompany
long, and the line dam Hopkins directly kept free from mew I.. fViitSTHEiT, < for Insurance on Lives. and
: .... wpst to Tampa about 115 miles Section 7. No food of any kind shall Clerk Circuit Court. Orienting Annuities, aa Trustee a corporation w 1
date the license f
1917. After that via Haines City Lakeland and Plant be. exposed or kept for sale In front (Clr"ul"ou.t S..m,it, existing under the fawn of
of stores, or In the doorways thereofat KIII/HIH air STKKU, the Slnte' of Pennsylvania. Richard K.
City. The Irtter line may be extended a less. helght-than twenty Inches Solicitors fur the Complalno'nts Sheldon. Jacob Edwards: A. Trustee. : M
fees about 20 "tnilec beyond Tampa to above the .sidewalk or floor. 42-4t Wllkle, May Alice Wllkle.
will be doubled in addition to f.1"II'd .i
Tarpon Springs. New Smyrna Section 8 Whoever violates. any provision J, M. Dresser and Octavla
of this ordinance shall be punished -
iresser, his wife Fain Investment
Breeze. by a line exceeding two bun- BILLTtl ULIHT: TITI.FI4la''Ire.lt : .M'r
Company, a.corporationRobert J. Edward -
) Sheriff Clerk and Prosecuting :- : and Francis l;. Chapln. a* 1
[
--------.- -, Court fleveBth Jnillrla1 'Ir- sole. surviving executors of the
r.lt of Florida:. I. mma for o.reol. j>.tMI1 and Testament of Jacob "
..00..0000..0..00..0.00..0..000..0000.0.. I'ammlT.Im Chs.erry. llartoxr Edwards. deceased; Robert. 'J. Edwards '
Attorney. If in doubt as to I Lead A tattle <'._n.y, a C'.r..r- Hannah Edwards and Grace M. 'I
your .u... ,.. JarkeoaKlllr, Tampa'* Edwards, either. a*. heirs at law. devisees '.
Fast Through Tourist Trains Key \\..t Itallwsy Co_pa.y. S grantee. legatee? widows; I'
r ('orparall..l the. 1..1..1. creditors, llenors beneficiaries under .
license consult Tax Collector .r (..rpsay for 1..1'...... .. '.1",. trust or otherwise, and all parties, .' ,
v I ... <.ra.llBsr ...It,... m Ceroor- person firms arid corporations claIm. "
*'rt tloaii, Richard K. "II.'..., lnlle ing, an Interest. of any kind or charac
before date To the East to the. West N. \\llkle sad May Alicellkle.. ter of. In and to the lands and tenement .- '",
Prosecuting Attorney i hU wifeJ.. M. llrrmier mm* Oetavle described In said. bill of. complaint '
l>reniMr, his %wife KalH iMveataaesttoa to-wit:
'. .|...,.. a 4'..r..r.'I..l Robert J. Kant half and northeast quarter of
will be i "COAST LINE FLORIDA MAIL" "SEMINOLE LIMITED" Kdwerea. . mentioned. No exception t ...r. "laiflr rvte.lora off the. four (24) all of section thirty-six' (IB), .'
f "PALMETTO LIMITED" "THE SOUTHLAND' least \\lll ..* Tesismeet ofKdwaeri .....>.. township thirty-three. S3) south
.. eeremrei Hobert ". Kmvvird -
( east
thirty-two Ilk
: immediately *. ......_ Edwards ..< Oraee rang Houthwest .of northwest
made and arrests Will "HAVANA LIMITED" "DIXIE FLYER""ST. quarter
fi M. Edwards ..1111.... ... Hole quarter and northwest quarter of
heir..4 law off the mmtm ....... Kmvmwmm of ..e..llonthirty.*
I \0. LOUIS-JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS" .........01. Illll .. U.let four southwest
follow failure ; to this Title. south range thirty-four (I4) east.
pay 1 appearing. ( from the return of the All of seMlons thirty-four (34) and

sheriff I i'd subpoena issued In the: thirty-six (al. ), township thirty-seven' ,:
t above )' cause for the defendantsJacksonville. (3T south rang thirty-four. JJ4)
-tax before October 31 at' Tampa & Key West Railway east .Itu"te. lying and being In the
Steel Sleeping- Cart Between Tampa and Wasbiafton, .Philadelphia Company. a corporation under the County of Osceola and State of Florida. .
laws of the State of Florida that service do be and appear't' complainant ajbill.aed
and New Yort, Jacksonville and Chicago, SL Ltwu, CincioBati, Louis of process cannot be had against herein. fll.d. a4 the of lice 01 .the Florida.Clerk' .-
the said corporation defendantby of "aid Court at Kissimmee .,.'t
: '. A.lelsflhe ..
yiHe aid reason of the failure of on tfie first' "onday .n ".au.r) iI
ladianapoli 7th
t the said corporation to> elect officers oc same being the dayub. tSaki
B. appoint agents and that such officer month; and tllla order )
,W. CRAWFORD
4' Observation C an-Diimi Cart and agents. If elected. or appointed are . one each w.priorrtowth.'Aatkfist .
.- and have been for a period. of six (I) .ZlXmlJXKSw Klaalml1OV&lI..
.' I .months next before the issuing of aalWrit < publ bed and
Prosecuting Attorney. ,. x. VIA absent from the State, and tha Ga..U".a..1 a newspaper ctrculatlofAln' .001& ,
such officers and agents are unknowii of .
It U thereupon. ordered that the Bald Cos ItT! Florida.a banel and tho ._ ) '
: him d
-. C. L. Bandy, i Atlantic .Cp-as1: Line defendant Jacksonville.: Tampa *.y*" w unt aday t Klselmme Florida (

.. West Railway Company, do appe". the ITU ot :r,8..1917.. Ir ;Z
1C.8'E"i
e and defend complainant's bill .* ,,.; :.
42-4t Tax Collector/ Standard of the pla'nt. herein. fll.d. OQ or b..fo". ::e Clerk Clrenlli; Court Oceola. County ?
: Railroad South day of DelOber A. D.. No' we.k ,
... "'/1 ''V this order b. published on'". prlof (ClriltrCourt'Seal 4a-l1*

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TIN -!' ,_ THE K1SS-MMEE VALXET GAZETTEFRIDAY; OCTOBER 28, 1917 . .

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. .' l .*0i .I.I.I. . .Olo..IOIOIOlil.IOIOIOI.t. Driggers Catherine Denning Bertha DR. LEEDS SPEAKS FOR R. C.. -
Witz, Nicholas Biesenerfi Orerr Brown, -
Willie Joiner, 'McClure Lupfer, Irene CHRISTMAS SEAL SALE:. Bill?
Notes Ingram. Say
Society Pr. John B. Leeds, state secretary ,
Fifth Grade A
of the Florida anti-tuberculosis association -
Letty Holtgclaw, Eva JohnsonRe) -. with at Jacksonville You said last week that when Uncle Sam'pSnldiera' '
headquarter
Well Editor)
(Mrs E. E. hekah Miller, Eva fnngle, Eunice;
Rivers, Helen Winn; Irvin Driggers. visited Kissimmee Tuesday :in get into Germany they would make it look like a Kiini

the interests of the organization. he mee slaughter pen. Now, what will you be doing while
the Valley Gazette to end items '
> Request Is made to all patrons of Fifth Grade B' represent. this is going on? i

*( Society Events to tie. Editor for publication in these colums. I Eleanor Rosen, Eleanor Overstreet. Dr. Leeds is touring the state: arranging ,I will be buying Groceries of the Split Nickle Groc. ri '

Sixth Grade. B for fie sr-.Ie of Red Cross Co.'to save money to buy Liberty Bonds with.

. + Florence Marlson. Christmas seals which will be conducted .. ,
IG It 10 III .010 10 10 I Q-H 1010 10.0 IgI"O'OIO OI"DIO through the health department I

I'a' 44444444445.. <-+ Sixth 'Grade A of ,the woman's clubs of the state as Prices of Groceries for This, Week : r-
4 4 Noralee Chauncey Janet Graves far as possible .'
PARTY FOR SEJJ.:; Co PLEASANT MEETING OF >CoCo Clara Johnson Elizabeth, G. Moseley The funds secured by this sale .will
CLEVER Black
4 ,
i C Sugar 11 Ibs_________$1.00 5 cent okg. PepDeI'two
10 ItS > SEDGEWICK CIRCLE '< ', Madge Rivers Mary, Sanderson, Mae be applied to three great needs which ?
:. >CoO 4 a Winn Fannie Seymour! exist here. First! It is the desire of Granulated Sugar 10 lbsl.CO for ___.+._..,,____ Se' _
< + Grade B
None S nurse for each county as far as practical Gold Medal Flour, 24-lb.( 2 lor.;.:____, ___,_ 3Se
-t clever and ,enticing ,. whose duty will I be the safe -
The invitations following very han bred received The Sedgewjck Circle, Ladies of the guarding of public health in general sack _______.__-_._.$1.75Pillsbarr Good Praises. Ib______,___ ITc': "
: d. A. R., held the first social meeting Seventh Grade A '
s 'by the members of the senior class of after, their summer vacation Blanche Mueler, Nora' Keller I with special attention paid to tubercular Flour 24-lb. Maxwell House Coffee Ib. 30c'Arbuckles "

k ,the Osceola county high school and a Wednesday at their hall in the Ca- Gladys] Calkins ., I cases and promoting' an educational I sack ___--___._!____,$1.80 Breakfast Cof- _

3, Jew friends S Bino building. As usual with this hospitable campaign to prevent a spread Pillsbury. Flour 12-lb. fee. lb.. _____ .,...:: 28e
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A \ of the disease.
'On Saturday next at half past sevenThe invited circle and enjoyed the G. A.the R-social boys were con- Mary Schilder Eighth, Lucy'Lupfer Grade II Wilma. The second aim of the society will sack ,__"______j._____..; DOc Arbuckles Package Coffee.

ghocW'return from hell and, booy- "\'erRRti as well as the delicious; tea Wilson Ella Gardner Margaret Las- be the establishing of sanitoria for the ,,Self Rising Flour 24-lb. lb. __M__---r.-......, 24

IIn y W.es: and 1 hot tea; The Indies of theKpiacopal ley, James Dietz, Lewis Hirtzel.. I care of tubercular patients There Is tack ...._-___--___.$1.65 Whitehouse Coffee; Ib____ 34c
.: To walk again in promenadeAnd : Church, who were working Eighth/ Grade; A now no place: in the state where these Self Rising Flour, 12-lb. Bliss Coffee. Ib._.....___., 26e
feast.on cake!\ and lemonade 1 | in the Ited Cross hcadijuartern. .7. J. .MeCranie,4] Dorothy Miller sufferers can be' eared for unless theyba'
sack'r_ 85c Best Bulk Coffee. Ibu..._ 20e
' , E t'o meet them there. lit Stilnfoid'splace across' the hull, were' nlso honored Elizabeth Parker, cThelma {Suttttn, : of unsound mind or are paupers; '?'
f *' guests\ and gladly' laid l nude their .l Emily< Sanderson,1 Ruby Oliver. .and it is thought that several small Self Rising Flour.': 6-lb. Good Green Coffee. Ib:__. 18c

'Disguised in sheet and pillowcase.Hy work for a plcaount hnlf hour.One J institntionasay; one for each county sack _..:__ ___________ 45c Table Peach e.. Cal. Heavy

. r order of the Great 'White Prophet.alostessee feature of the afternoon of of convenient grouping{ of countieswhole Oleomargarine __ __n__., 33c Syrup. 3 lb. csn._____ 25c
Misses Viola Bullock, and HIGH SCHOOL each may pay its pro ratio for .
,
special/ interest was a letter from
,. \ Margaret Stanford", Airs. LcLondo, thanking the circle for the patients treated, might prove an Creamery Butter Ib SOc' Grits and Meal, 6 l-2c lb.. i

"h their interest in sending'Comrade L. First" Yearli'e' effective plan. Patients suffering froma Best Clover Bloom Butler '4 Ibi. ___-____,.__,_. ,2Se

1 4445'444.: :-}ti}44ti: : M. William! to Tampa to (care for ".. 'Milton. Eleanor! Dunne. lingering disease would greatly pre Ib __ ____.-__--____, 58c Best Head Rice Ib._..,?__, lOc
1 Swti44ti'w'f I'nsl Commander LeLonde who is ill. Second Year . fer living' near home' in one) such sani- Rumford's Baking Powder Fancy California Pears 3
1 than
toriurn at distance. in
\ a greater
fl:
I'' O Comrade Williams has just ieturned 'Nono. lb. __ _____-1--------1 25c 1&". ,. s; 2Sei.&h
there and : a't'hird I one large central organization., --------- --- \,
__.,._. ... _. ................ ,,' ,1Ii1';a """ ,'":!t...,._"':"".......... j>nr.t.oj'tm'I'; tJv.J.nl" .ntti1rJtvrrrrlr>'' proved, though he is still neriously ill. Henry 1dwardsStratton Story. ; of )1)) ) T-T---.____;__ ;: zoc can ::__i.,__:.:..:.:.. 30rJ
M Rev. A, M. Chisholm, pastor of the soldiers who are suffering from tuberculosis Wisconsin Full Cream Bullhead Catsup, bottle...: lOc"
I ": 'Christian Church solemnized 1 the w lIi. l- Fourth Year It hag been the history of ;
', ding: of Mr. Freeman A. Meyers and <":-:-:-:-:-:->Co'x--**, ,:-,,,<-: :-: Charlie Regero Christine Ivsy, the war that the damp trenches have Cheese Ib ___.,_ _____ 34c Olives, plain, bottle___.:._ 12c
." 1. Mrs. May Stockdole of Kissimmee at 4 4 Ruth Howell. brought about a rapid spread 'of the Shipped Eggs guaranteed! Stuffed Olives, bottle.___ 12c,"

Ills home yesterday afternoon at 4 Co ROLL OF HONOR >CoCo dread "white plague. In marty dozen .. ___?-__ ._ ..-_ 43c I French Mustard largo bottle -
J' r o'clock.' The couple was driven ,over 4 > EVILS OF) SNEEZINGThe cases the soldier carried the germsin Tomato No. 2 __ 14c : 12c
by Mr. and Mrs. J. J, Griffin of Kis- 4444444 .:}444+! his system and the 'unfavorable caa- ____. .M______.__-
Seedless/ Raisins 14c eau Armour Star Ham lb. 32c
t\immee.-Ue orter.Star. evils of conditions under which he is forced to
I I Mrs. (AbbotthanddIspwell l daughter The following pupils of the Kissimmee forcibly to sneezing Peter me Halo brought'ome (Leon live hastened the! advance of the dis 2 for, ________-______ 2ScBed I Armour Star Ham sliced 40e

H, of AMA known Public School have not been ab- Ua lJn..J.hILcig1JL.fpiSJdeJL.I'.at.Ju: *L ease. It is the wish' of I Iho association Can Pumpkins._ 3-lb._ _,Chicken I .Scrstch__F4ed,'__ .
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"'t" In Klsstmrncc. r* t"lrrtllTdydm1nJr11ttr:1Tmlt1rend1Ocloer : "Mystery of the Double Cross" to be ta-furnlsh ade( cat'3tar"1MT I1'r-' en ::=::. .:: ::_== riC I r 41.Zdb. 100 Ibi._____$4.25
Mr. Meyers is a resident of Way- 12, ))9I7 fortunates.
land, Mich., and moved here a short Have ma"ffr an average of not less day.shown He ati and the Dick Grand Annensley Theater SatinI Glad-- The association will affiliate with Rose Brand Milk 13c Oyster Shell per Ib______ le

time ago. than 00 per cent. in their studies, I den James) are hiding from lieutenants ( the woman's clubs in the sale of the Mohawk Brand Milk___ 13c Mica Grit per Ib________1 l-2c

, I. Mr. and Mrs. Myers will make their with not less than eighty-five in any of Bridgey Bentley the villian.- Red Cross seals and with the Red Pet Cream. 3 cans._______ 20. Best Sweet Feed______-_$2.75 ,f..

; home at 303 AclerhoM street. subject in and not less than ninety-five i Suddenly Hale's face is convulsed. HP Cross the soldiers society who in have providing contracted care the for Van Camps Cream. 3 cans 20c Best Shorts ___________.$%.15 .
t deportment. ,
i I is trying heroically// to sneeze but disease. Crape Juice, large bottle_ 40c Oats No. !_ _., __ ______$%.75
.. at the
i '1O' M M-; +.cMH""' MM M.'f w5-: 'I most inopportune. moment he ? -
First Grade C The association ia aiming' at the two Matches, pkg ______ ..05
'I
" does ---- i
Iiilla Hammack, Lannic Woodall I so and the result is his capture. million Bran No. 1 ._________,.-$2.50Spaghetti
t RECEPTION: AT BAPTIST .> and later lodgment in jail. mark in ,the same this winter White Nsptba Soap. Cc bar
" I Howard Falls Nelson Henderson. I and Dr. Leeds will visit Kissimmee I I pkg. Sc. 6 for ._ 25c, .
4: < CHURCH < 6 for" _-___-_____..___ 35c ,
t'b .a r 4 First Grade B I I PROGRAM FOR THE UTOPIAN address sometime amass in November meeting when on the he.subject will- Octagon So a... 6c bar, 6 Macaroni pkg. 5c. 6 for.. 25e> '
o.oO'oo
4ttt Herbert Breaker James Burkam. SOCIETY, OCTOBER 29TH This' number could easily be for _______________ JSc I Macaroni large pkg.__.... 1(
Charlie Bowen, Hampton Bowen, Albert = sold 'if individual would .
the members r every
The reception given by Criner Sanford May Maynard -- -- cooperate
t" 'of the Baptist .church Friday eveningin Paulk Emil Duke Cecil Yates Christine Piano solo, Miss Freda Schweikart. to the amount. of one.cent for Other things too numerous to mention at correspondingly 10/
the splendid new church was well Lybrand Dorothy McCranie, Recitation Miss Thelma Woodall. each department that is three cents prices.All. I
attended, and during the hours from Margaret Yates. Story Bryan Simpson. per capita. out-of-town orders liven prompt attention.
:S until 10 the auditorium presented a Vocal quartet. Miss Claribel Me- While here Dr Leeds addressed the All foods guaranteed to rive satisfaction or money. refni
'k" )4 pleasing scene as friends called to inspect First: Grade A Ghee Miss Blackmon, Charlie Regeroand high *school, asking the. assistance of
the beautiful and Verne the young people in this campaignand
edifice congratulate Eula Allman Done Goodman, Ethel Wilson. .
\ the organization on the Jones, Lottie Tyson, Henry Bratton Current events, Ned Bullock Superintendent C. E. Yowell '
r completion of the building. Richard Rogero. Jokes Gerald Rivers. pledged the help of the children of the Nickle -
' The regular Baptist orchestra under rural 'districts also. Dr Leeds Inter- Split Grp '
-\ the direction of Mrs. V. R. Ellis Second Grade B EFFICIENT FIRE DEPT. viewed a number of leading citizens ,
Tendered a beautiful while Tommie Bell, Nonan Graham Ralph and prominent club women all of < '
program -
i' the members of the reception committee May, Harry Lee .Swain, ChSrles Tyson AT OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL whom seemed mtensely interested in - ,",cj7':; ""
; 'greeted the guesta. This committee Lonnie Waller Reden Wooten, this work which means so much to LIKES OSCEOLA BEST 'I l body was shipped to t..t
included the pastor and his wife, Hon. Paul Yowell, Jack Rowland Wilhel- The-public:: schools of Kissimmee fair Florida. He continued his tour interment. The wido?
a 'N.: C. Bryan and wife Ex-Senator C. mina Carson Thelma Davis Lena now have a well organized fire department going from here to Orlando.Dr. Jas. G. Johnson, county attorney 'of the deceased, Mrs. J'II
: A, Carson and wife J. D. Jeffords and Driggers Ruth Joiner Montelle Lane, and will have frequent drills Leeds in addition to his reg- Knox county, also attorney for the I here from their home i. .
4. wife, Dr. M. J. Hicks Mr. and Mrs. C. Eugenia Oliver Loverine Tison. Mary throughout the school term. ular duties has been ,asked to prepare L. &: N. railroad, of Knoxville, Tenn., the services. They W.V #, i
J. Woodall, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.. Wood- Steffee Mary Yates. The state l law requires schools to a paper on, tuberculosis for the dente of their relative : j
all, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Willson, Jr. build .adequate stairways or to be state health notes to be sent out by Is here with his wife, spending a few in North Kissimmee.PATRIOTIC .
"Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Gilbert, Mr. anri Second Grade 'A equipped with fire escapes and the the scientific:: secretary of the board of days looking after his large grove-interests .
"Mrs. J. W Wilder, and Mr and Mrs. Gettis Tyner, George Minx, John school authorities here have deter' health next month. in this county near Southport. SUNDAY WAS
'W. H, Jones " Lester, Carl Ledbetter, Garner/John-i mined there shall'be no lack of pre Mr Johnson is the real thing when it
+ The refreshment committee, was son, Emery\Harrls\ ,'HelonBell, ,'Ernest i caution on their ;part ,and i an tup-to-t; SCHOOLCHILDREN PLEDGED' :,,/,: OBSERVED. 'ATCHURCHESf
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.lavish't Jin,preparation ,and i served j{the Allmant' Josephine Griffin,*May1Bron- [date system ofjfire escapel'have been CONSERVE FOOD comes* Ito boosting! this(,vicinity .and r tromf
,Ruestslwith'fruit'punch| '' and delicious son'' Alice)Barber; Alberta B Bronson) |installed 'ratlthelhigh\ 'schholl|building: says he has been'all.overthe, of f (Continued i Page One)
Geneva'Bowen Ella ''Quirk** Geneva ,"most enrod and.other yellow flowers. These
home made cakes. Tiny pink bows Chemical extinguishers have been 1138 signed card is Osceola'i Florida but finds ,this section
were favors for the evening, and carried Roberson Jennie Schilder, Erma provided, a gong supplied and the boys for the school children for food record promising. He approves of the diversified were arranged by the Fulechee CampFire
r out the color scheme of the cut White. | ot: the high school interests here and the
S organized into afire conservation day up to this time andas says com- Girls and their guardian Mrs. C.
'flowers! used for decorations. The department. of have bination of cattle grove and truck Summers. National airs *
Third Grade B I several the districts:: not II were sung
members of this committee were: Edgar Bryan has been appointedchief Industries can't be beat.J. .
Nellie Gilbert Marian been heard from the number
Em. as yet
Patrick
.f TVlrs. II. M. Breaker Mrs. L. R. Far- of the department and at the Sunday school hour. Rev. C. H.
A ma Quirk Elsie Schildei4 Sallie : serving will be somewhat larger when,the returns -
Mrs. Belle Moth Story, with him Summers talked on the subject "Our
mer, and Mrs. R. Florence Ashton, Sarah Duke, Hazel will be Henry Singletary as are all in. A. PEELER DEAD
Thomas. They were assisted. by a Hirtzel, Florinda Witz,' Virginia assistant chief; Lieutenant Charlie Supt. C.O;. Yowell sent out the Attitude in the World War," dwellingon
r bevy of young girls. Bowen, Ruth Parker, Julian Graham, I Regero will be in charge of the fire cards with an explanatory letter and The funeral services wll be said "the liberty loan the food conservation -
Richard Holtsclaw George Lee Sin- escapes with Bert Well assistant the hearty response with which the (over the remains of J. A Peeler at the and the Red Cross activities
y gletary, Cleveland Yates Alvm Me- lieutenant.. Murray Overetreet andC. movement was net has been highly Methodist Church Saturday morning The Episcopal Church observed tho
>Co II. Summers will I have charge of with numbers of
gratifying. at 10 o'clock. day by decorating
,.t ,G TAFFY ULUNG.I .) Cranie.'I the chemical extinguishers. The Last Friday was the day set aside The deceased was raised in Kissim flags and the national flower, the goldf..
>CoM Grade.A I north side hose will be manned by when the youth of this county would mee and is well remembered by the en rod, and by singing patriotic:: airs.,
+H+C..o.+ Jewel Miller Laura Lee Taylor Lieutenant Dick Bullock and Frank pledge themselves to this patriotic (older residents vpf the city. lie died The address by Rev. Kirkby empha-
Viola Bell Yowell, Edwin Barnes, Bryan and Walter Bass, while the service and go on record cs promoters at the Modern: woodmen sanitarium sized the importance of the second.lib'.
', ,, The Fulechee Camp Fire Girls made Ethel Joiner Enoch Herzberg,. Lilly south side hose will be in charge of of the "empty plate" doctrine and in Colorado Saturday night, and the erty loan.
}' "merry Saturday evening at the home Waller. Lieutenant William Arnold, Verne guardians of the garbage pail. The .. _._ _.
Wilson and Irlo' Branson. __ _ -'u -_. _-_--__-_--_-_-___-.-=-= -=-- -o
of Miss Jeannette Prevatt, with a cards signed 'at that time have been -
;p taffy pulling. Those enjoying the fun Fourth Grade n The chief will sound the fire alarm returned to Supt Yowell's office and
# were Misses (Lois? Overstreet Dorothy Lewis Lamb Don Oliver Harry take the .time of exit and make up the will be forwarded to Washington.The ..
1 Wells Mary Singletary Gladys Griffin Woodall Athalia Griffin Tina Schil- report. schools and the] number of 0
,, Lilian Harris Muriel Plentia and der, l Dorothea White Clara Tucker' cards signed follows: -
"Messrs. Murray Overstreet, Elmo Geneva Miller, Carroll Makinson CATHOLIC CHURCH CERVICES Buy According fr

f Griffin C. H. and Christie Summers Christine! May Julia Ledbetter, Margaret White School'
Wanngf Arvilla Devotions and. Confessions'Satur; ; .
and Clyde Harris. > Fansler Martellc Number of
;. Locke Pansy Outlaw. day, 7:30 p. m. lame Cards To Your Purse

,a, M. D. Reay of Chicago is spending Fourth Grade A Mass Sunday at 8 a. m. Kissimmee __..__....4_'_::___:_504 ;
r veyeral days in the city. Hazel Bass, Eula Bowen, Ruby :Ola Sunday school immediately after Alligator Lake ___--____._--___ 16
: s. Shingle Creek _-'____ 16 ''
Y oz-----.-- --- - __ _- .. . . _ uuueue If you can afford to wear high-priced shoes, by all
-' -- --- -- Lokosee _____._.__________e__ 17 .
Center.Park ._.,_ 26(
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Peghorn ______________________ 8 means wear them, but---
Finney Point -.--_______________ 19 .
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- S S Bassville ____;;;::.:;_-:;;::::.:;;:..;.;;_:.__...;_" 20 r---
5 Narcoossee ___________________ 28 Do not_ buy Shoes or anything

Whittier ____________________, 43
St. Cloud ______________________ISO else extr vangantly.
The Wide Tyson Creek ___________________'_ 16
Awake Manwants Union Center _______._?________ 10 '
Hancock ___._________________. 17 We have many styles of Shoes in this store ranging in ,

East Lake _____________,________ 1..193a price from f 2.50 to $8.00. '


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Colored Schools Plenty of moderately priced good
to do business with a Bank that is fully live his needs North Kiosimmee _______________ 95
to at West Kissimmee _______________ 41 Shoes at. $4.50, $5.00 and $6.00. ,,
all times. Narcoossee ._._..___.___________ 34 '
i',. Ashton .____________________-..__ 20
This is why a majority of the merchants in this section deal Meridia ,_______________________ 14 Plenty at *7.00 and $8.00. For those who can afford M erti

,, with this institution. I m them, we have Shoes at $10.00.according '-

.5 5 We make a study of each customci's. requirements and then utilize Total .---_____________-__1138 'xluy ) :

our unlimited facilities .to meet them in a cordial, satisfactory PROGRAM FOR BAND CONCERT' to your purse" t'

t SUNDAY AFTERNOONJ. Don't stingc and waste. )l #
manner. .
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. ,. March. D. Woodbeck director. We have a large stock of the I latest styles in the ceIe i r
"Canton Aero Club, 1C L.
I -_,.._. _._. King. brated Qan Quality Shoes for women
Overture, "Poet and Peasant," Fr.
V. Suppe. I I.
I Selection, "Robin Hodd.Trom R. de t
TIZENS ..BANK'I Koven's comic opera, "Weigand." '
One"Step "Rebecca of Sunnybrook II H., C. STANFORD CO.r"r" j|
Farm, Gumble. :
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OF KISSIMMEE H,' ., WaltiesBower of Beauty. ? .Ellis \ \ '
0"I .' Brooks --: uou R.IieIoI.It.. o..len" 17bc.ol. c..IJI"p

',; Idyl, "The Glad Girl" J. B. Lamp. .
"Star Spangled Banner," Arnold.
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