Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: November 2, 1917
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00827
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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t, 'A representative or the Gazette Judge T. M. Murphy was called to food conservation rally held at supplied with pipes and tobacco. R. W. Greene, ''camp secretary of E. L Lesley, who has for many

:was standing the secondfloor of Tallahassee this week to appear be the Hart Memorial building Monday Speaking of using less meat. ,: Rev, the Y. M: C. A. at the naval training: years been one of the most extensive

afternoon, was attended by represen Kirkby thought we would profit by at .Charleston, S. C. poke to a
the Osceola high school building one fore the governor to answer charges camp cattle,raisers in Florida, demonstrated],, E
tative people of the' city, who listened the change, and gave authentic instances small gathering of representative clt-
Hay this week, when the fire alarm preferred by the law firm of O'Bryan hill faith in the future of the stock industry .
# with undivided attention to the impromptu where tests have shown meat liens at the council chamber on
sounded\ and In just tee minutes"'ind & Pledget1. Judge Murphy was represented" talks on this subject of vital to be a non-essential. Wednesday evening. this ,,week by adding About '
Pat Johnston of the law
,'ten ieconds by Fire Chief Edgar Bry- by Johnston & Garrett and interest to every American, and He was heartily applauded when he The speaker gave an interestingtalk eight thousand head 9f cattle to his? Cu
firm ;
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r "1';m'., watchh entire student body: Messrs./ O'Bryan and Pledger present. pledged their active co-operation.. spoke of the second liberty loan, sayIng on the conditions surrounding the ,already extensive herds. ,

k ,"was standing; in the:grounds or across ed their own case. < Miss Elizabeth Aultman, .chairmanof "Thank God, it is more than made camp life of the soldiers and' sailors, These catUewere purchased by Mr.
." ;' tbe Woman's Council of: National up," but he urged the listeners to begin and! the many temptations to which ,
s. Hhe street. orderly lines, with: their, The 'hearing was held on Wednes; Lesley from the Osceola Cattle Co.
'' Defense, explained' the object of the, now' answer the call for the they Ire, subjected lie also told(of the

"fit: '..teacher directly In charge. day morning and Attorney Johnston Mur meeting and introduced the speakers, third loan; which .inevitably must forest effort the Y. M. C, A. i is making; and are. considered by all who 'know .
>S While action followed tn> first returned yenterday. Judge them be of the finest stocks in
: after" rousing chorus of "America. come. : to surround the men with, moral and to one
I :slightest trace of confusions. The Jacksonville. Carson, chairman of the food conservation Rev.. C. H. Summers, of the Baptist! wholesome entertainment and' diversion and improved by the importation of

:-.:'; boys of the fire department rushed to Mr. Johnston stated to a representative : for "Oiceola county, asked church', was asked for suggestions; and while off duty. He said there fine blooded stock for the past ,several oJ
the Gazette that .after
Yr! their position and the regular tramp out'and .the co-operation of the women in se. said: "God in heaven only knows when were over four hundred Y. M. C. A. I years, the effects of which are now

4... of'feet sounded a. the grades on the threshing the matter hearing curing signers for the pledge cards the war will end, but we will have towiiyjt.wewinit.hyourselves.Here buildings and more than 8,000 Chris I shown by'.lmOllt the'entire stock.

actr ;-.$: oarl Qm.J" ,.fir0.r ,,g: bgtflideCoyernor!' "'Ce''lib"g"'pfltl4gfCt1'7Ytittsr! CAtte !'!& :thatappeared' d\lrJJltft; : gRay3y.tjgg.week dt r ., : .*. tiara..then ngeged 1njhe...warhaitJh.sever The. purchase price has 'not been
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'cape leaving the entire hallway to the : WAS hoped the campaign would be 80 erred to the saving campaign already ; 1 can onmenES. 1)iji"4"i"'Wii l-lI I '..t'l1'must : =.

'pupU of the lower first floor* Henry .between the judge and.the attorneys,i. energetically waged that every man, In force at the M. E. parsonage, and.: Mr. Greene stated that i it takes:a have been well. up toward. t.I t.
both "
:ZSingietary: aslisttntchief, was i in and that possibly were two hundred thousand dollars. % ,f
woman and child over sixteen yearsof said it was'turkey and ,cranberry great deal of money to carry on this
less blame. said he
charge of the second floer, where the more or to lIe age would enlist in this most important sauce compared to would be if work, and that a campaign to raise Some years ago Mr- Lealey was reputed '
:4 rajgnal was called. Lieut Charlie Re- would, therefore, take no action on the o be the largest individual cattle .
patriotic service. the conflict extended over a period of funds would be held throughout the

7gero took c..I'P..r. the south fire escape matted and advised all parties to re County Supt C. E. Yowell, represented years. He spoke of the woman's mission 'United States, beginning November owTer: in Florida, and it isjwiid K.
and be
.with Bert Wells,. assistant lieutenant turn home good. Mr. C.non.and told what is expected : at this crisis, and said that her 11th and ending''' November 19th, In that th>, deal again give. him that OIl

z,.?, at the wait fire escape. Mur- of the people during this time ; responsibility was great for bread will which It was hoped thlrty-Aye mil unique dl b.-"tlon. ,: '' .

:l'a1'Ov..tre.t.oancl-C..1I..summ.n LAST -YEAR. of special effort to ward eeioiid: lion-dollars-would bcrraised.-- .
GAMEJHIS. saving d--1: only io Ou1Tet8iwlllln<< i ..J,
-"' stationed themselves at the chemical First of all it is not asked that'any the war lie said we had long been r An organization was formed to .PLAY CASINO !wA ::

a* ..Extinguishers, while Lieutenant Dick The last football of the one go> hungry, he stated, but that no I known as the most extravagant peo look after the work here And Mr. FILMEMAT'\ JACKSONVILLE. '/' V"V
frame season rnetru' 5
'*;,Y, Bullock with Frank"Bry and Walter when the Kissimmee team will f09d l be wasted, and that we eat sparingly ple in the world, but the opportunityhad Greene will go to St. Cloud Saturdayto ""A Modern Mo.. """ '"'--'",, which4will + 5 ... I, 1xK
"Bass manned the south side hose and of certain foods which organize that ;
play on their own grounds will take are needed come to'show of what stuff we are city. be shown at me also beingltlau.-.sf
Ueut William\ Arnold, with Verne to win the '\ The
war. nost made. following officers electedfor
important were ,
place here tomorrow" afternoon. The was written by LioyQ ,to be held in G. A*
t "Wilson and trio Bconson at north side of these ''is wheat flour He the local organization:
And food
every greater productionand
opponents will be the fast mute team directed by Eugene Mor-enlng of November
'heaet, Gerald Rivers is water main person is asked to eat pod less D. G. Wagner president.
one ,
suggested a campaign which
from the deaf and dumb school at ergan and Mr. Moore, ...
. man and will see that.wser. is turned St Augustine.. Just how the visitor each week and substitute'some other should have for its slogan, 'Osceola W. II. Jones, vice president.Sam keep Mr. Serrano vetf """'JjJliplay. : ;
k on at the proper time. food. Beef and pork are other food feed"herself.." Lupfer, Jr., secretary i'w ...
without In the
can play a game signal or aBOund limited ftp..
The; rules governing the fire drill to be conserved, he said and the J. L Overstreet | ,
l of the refe....'* whistle will be raising Dr. W. B. Witherspoon, of the Presbyterian treasurer. reelshe holds a bache ior'v banquet
are, very simple: The pupil on the of chickens Executive.Committee D. G. .
the was recommended, church, was out of town, t Wagner
specially to
interesting spectators performs surgica0perWon
a which
's :.,:lint floor must leave through the but )If the Kissimmee boy win the Supt. Yowell urged the.saving' .f fat though the organisation was repre- 5. H*Bullock, C. E. Yowell, A. S. result fatally:, answer\ ,-aft. ccuntion I
'naret door. On the second floor and and Nelson W. H. Jones J. L.
that ,
score as we are confident they will, it sugar suggested moat sented at the meeting by a strong Overstreet of his supposed beet'frlend by .
'they will leave by the nearest fire escape people would be better off with I.... committee. Sam Lppfer, Jr., E. G. Vans Agmew.H. escaping
will be only after fierce fight. from 'with
a the.pofl" a high divefrom
and if for any reason a change'm.Y candy. and, cake., J. ,M. Willson, Jr. C. Stanford, J. S. Cadel, W. B.
Osceola has made fine in over
a showing a bridge the river
ship asa
k rbe desirable, they will T>. sea t The speaker told of the. active cooperation James M. Willson, Jr., who Harris, Rev. O. B. Falls Rev. C. II. '
the athletics of the this represents
% state year, sailor, v.w'A sn oath of
a down. the stairways to avoid possible.fWhen of the school children ,,o/ the food conservation movementfor Summers, ltev. L. II. Kirkby and Rev. :vengeance
glorious victory from the and
winning a by the
save daughter
,eo.nI: :inn. he county, and said that fully 85 percent this district for the Baptist W. B Witherspoon... .... I
strong Orlando team and the his from '
holding enemy after -
the pupils have left the build had signed the pledge to asked The goal for Osceola .
save churchwa: for a', abort talk. county was which ;
champion Hillsborough to a score of the two are marooned on an I..
'lag the/,will form in orderly line entlraljr food. .life remark were in a humorous" fixed at. $ ,ooo, and it Is hoped that .
8 on their own field. Many of the and until reecued by an aeroplane. He
0(> '' across the street wherever pea TUr. Fall one will be liberal ( : e 1 r t
.i to calling every as as possible
+ schools near here have teen unable to referring cornbread returns to the island to 'engage' in .
., i'-ib,1e-.nd await the signal for farther organize strong teams this season and Rev. O. JB. Falls, pastor of the Bap. aSiubetituta for what bread wasa in helping to carry on. this great Work. secret pearl fishing with the aid of. a\;

a ;tlon. On the east aide will' be foundrtbell it ha."been difficult for cur boy ,to tlst, church, responded to a request mistake though .,he, qualified the \ diving helmet and than' ::1>. .
appears -
.. 12. lA, 9B, 8A, 6A, 4A and C1 Q MODERN FARMING AT
< achedyleganenTlae. . enwith, 9L impnpapiaspeech. byajringh.waa StWtSflJeffltbyi'MybMTOh! feast 'had fort his foe as an immensely rich Bra.

'Kr14'leaOn the south the 19,7A.; .tB Augustine was arranged only after doing all he could to conserve something to do with it. He intimated DR. CARSON'S PLACE illank and accomplishes his. revenge in -

.nd KB.are stationed.' Any pupil* food at home and Improved that much food ''would be saved if .
Kissimmee guaranteed of every op. demonstrated a spectacular
J. Y. satisfying
expenses King; ,. the manner.Vinctnt
who mays be in the laboratory at the
4 the' visitors, which will amount to portunity to tach'the membership of cad fewer vagrant animals in/he city. work done by a.. Smith-form-a tractor Serrano Is supported in'"Ay

time of the drill may pass to the west about $70, counting fare and two his church this- duty. He urge with the 5A grade, while 8B and 6B ear : ; 1"A
food'production And could not 'be ,more than in ..-
meals. The boys have been circulating recommended 10,000 cats Wilson, A. Curran Boyd Marshall "
will march to the north.These farm in West Kisslmmee,. I ,. :PJaGy.f: .
the Klesimmee.The.
Irreg- a subscription list among the general l planting of potatoes ,. cats not only consume came up from, Loughman this we."k Dore and Helen Badgley.' the :
fire drills held
are at business! men to secure a ofthisium5 which can be easily, grown here foods, but they kill birds,which is Thanhouser child actress. 'I'h :
apart, and plowing a twelve acre'tract forDrW.W.tW ,
intervals : '
yt'ular though the state law ltflnouei'- \ ,
requires area "
and substitute cert.alnJyTar .' %! .
for bread. : pt-n' best riend. M ;
and should tie-people'turn out r : Carson tm.hl *reountry was"filmed, at Jacksonville.'']' : .
them to be as often as once a He referred "
: to the ladies' Willson recommended the raising'of
well witness the tomorrow efforts ; Block Island N.: Y. and New .
game place, east of the city. ...V
month. This Is the first drill .thisfall knitted
provide garments for soldiers chickens and
the boys can easily raise that amount l gave interesting The plow is doing first class work, N. Y,
and the first occasion when the and told them to "keep right On knit showing what ca'n be done in a backyard is plowing 1 I .

pupils have made their exit by means EVANGELISTIC MEETINGS ting," but thought, perhaps, we wouldbe park. deep and thoroughly pulverizing AUTOMOBILE PARTY .
the soil. It was put to work
of the' escapes which greatly retardedthe BEGIN NEXT SUNDAY doing.the boys In the trenches no Miss Aultman outlined the work fothis r in the twelve acre field Tuesday VISITS IN WINTER HAVEN
time of emptying" the building. : good by sending them tobacco, especially : week, saying the Hart Memorial
,r With this well organized fire department Evngelist C. R. Magoon, recently of I the cigarettes. ; building would be used as headquar and finished the tract at noon to On lost Sunday orning.Mr. F. II

adequate supply of hose, St Petersburg, who represents then lie suggested that .it should be no tees, but that a systematic campaign day.Dr. Carson Lawson, a prominent merchant and
; has
,, "Pyrene chemical extinguishers,' two 0 Berean Bible Institute, will open a hardship for us to substitute cornbread would be waged to securee the pledge greatly expressed himself as president of the Kisslmmetf City

each.of the first and second floors, and 'series of evangelistic meetings! Sunday for wheat bread when we had of every individual < ver sixteen yearsof method of pleased with this modern Council, accompanied by Miss Marion

pne on, the third, the pupils of this evening? in the large pavilion erected good cooks in the kitchen, and that age to waste no food' and to useless agriculture > Sargent and Mr. and Mrs. Robert t

building seem safe guarded. opposite the postoffice on Broad. soups and gravies .could replace part
of the meat and that syrup made from She said the U. S, government wishedto one of the pretty little cities of Polk
INTEREST NEGROES IN FOODCONSERVATION J. II. Niehans will conduct the Florida: cane was better than sugar. conserve woman power, and had SHINGLEJREEK county, and spent the day. Miss Sar t

? MOVEMENT music for the meetings and will fur. Rev Kirkby asked the camp fire girl and the boy gent visitejd with her sister Mrs ,

D4. nigh special music. lie will be assisted, Rev. Kirkby of the Episcopal scouts to enter this service. Mr E. L. D. Overstreet returned Fannie Reaves, who Is undergoing
The educational campaign for food .
conservationwas carried into the by his wife Who is also a talented mu-! church, took l issue on the tobacco Camp Fire Girls % Friday from Green Springs. medical treatment at that place Mr. .
districts this week, and the 'colored - sician. The 'pavilion, where these question,. laying that personally he The work of taking these cards Into Miss Abina Smith spent the day and Mrs. Jones visited at the beautiful .

population Kisnimmee is sign meetings will be held, will seat nearly was strongly, opposed to the habit and every home in Kissimmee has been Tuesday with' Mrs:"E. L. D. Over- home of Editor Lee, on Lake Silver .

a 1n the' cards. 300 people, Is comfortable and electric lost no opportunity to talk against it, taken up by the Oskito and the Fule-- street and with Mr. and ,Mrs. Stove
; pledge I '
lighted but when our boysare_ sent to the chee Camp Fire 'Girls'and their Mrs. C. 'c. Beatty and Miss Jennie : Ross. The trip home in the moon..
Ex-senator C. A. Carson, Mayor Ca- .
i' -d.l.nd: James M. Willson Jr., spoke Evangelist C. R. Magoon has been trenches the majority of them are ftiends, who are energetically engaged spent Saturday and' Sunday visiting light was thoroughly enjoyed by all.

engaged in this form of service for habitual users of the weed and to deprive in a house to house canvass. 369 friends here. '

'colored to :a large,church congregation in North at Kissimmee the new year and has held many successful. them of it would cause .great cards have, been reported to date, Mrs. J. D. Tyson spent Sunday with il GILBERT PURCHASES THE s

fi meetings. *He says.: sufferingHe disapproved of sending though the work is not nearly complete his son, D. P. Tyson. DANN DRY GOODS STORE
Tuesday night, explaining in the simplest
,y "We desire to make the evangelistic cigarettes, but thought they should be as yet. Miss Susie Tyson visited Mrs. : ,

.l language the conditions which effort about to begin at the big tent '''a w- ----.u.. ... .. Walter Bronson Sunday p. m. F. S. Gilbert purchased the C. W.

,, now.exists,_a/id just! .what,.the_govern most.helpful oner reaching the-unccn-:: no-telling.of death-bed stories to,whip Ithasbecome_a.general CUB torn--I,for Mrs. W. I. ''Bronsoji spent ,Sunday'wlttiMr8Chas.Bronllon Dann stock of dry goods, furnishingsand .I.It

4 went asks its people to pledge. Mr. verted>,.winning the lost reclaiming up the feelings of the people to an the pupils of the high school to consult : at Travelers fixtures--this' week and'the store-
Carson spoke for three-quarters of an I has been closed
the wandered and backslider, and also overwrought condition. The foundation the International Encyclopedia at Rest the past few, days,
-1 lour while the audience listened with
to help deepen the spiritual life of the of all true evangelistic 'work is the Kissimmee library The Hart Memorial Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Aldermanspent taking stock preparatory to
interest and frequent applause- ,
deep believer. We wish the effort to be a the word of God. It will be left to the which is used as .a rest room, Saturday and Sunday with her making the transfer. .

'i Mayor Cadel and J. M. Willson. Jr., veritable crusade for truth and righteousness truths of that word to make their own is an ideal place for the young people : parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Cromartie. Mr. Gilbert is well known, in bu.|.
also spoke on the same subject. ness circles in Kissimmee !
having had ,
1: ,. as against error and sin. impression on the hearts of those who and they are not slow to take advan .
Mia* Aultman visited the colored ..... charge of the clothing department of
In every meeting the Bible will be hear. tage of it. Miss Iva Niswonger made a business -

'./I.t'bools. explaining the pledge cards held out as the revelation of the will .. --------... I: trip to Tampa Friday'and Satur the M. Katz store for 'a number of
' t 11' *od organizing a thorough canvass of of God to<< mankind, the way of.eternal ..00 OOOOOOUO 0 OOU'UOOO U 0 0 0 0 0 0000 0000000".. years, where he 'made many warm

y this! section.of the city. life day.Mrs.' personal) and business friends. ..'
t j the foundation-of s&virig faith, I' I. P. Tyson spent the day Mon. '
and the only basis of Christian truth. TAX NOTICE day'with Mrs. W. O. Bronson. Mr. Dann's plans for the future
We will, therefore, endeavor to pre- Mrs. F. II. Tiner spent the day with not yet been announced-- .

'i' Tfie, shipping 'season for citrus sent with force, cleaitiess and simplicity October 3, 1917 Mrs. G. B.: Woodall last Wednesday.J. THREE CENT LETTER ;
1 the 'great fundamental truths of
fruit for Osceola" county has opened, '
the religion"of Jesus Christ 1{. Seffee and family, of Winter \ AGE EFFECTIVE TODAY
'and G.. lIuppel, who is managing the Notice 'is hereby given' that the -
Haven, relatives here the
The lines of visited early
"+a Bron son-Mach Brother*, packinghouse prophecy found in The three-cent letter postage reguJation t

; has already shipped>. )reraldars the Bible will be given special atten Tax Books for 1917 will be open for part of the week. goes into effect today and patrons .

and tion. The studies to be given on the Our old friend
'I' ;of orange grapefruit. Dusty Goodyear, of the posiofflce should see that

...' ';"" I 'I i course budded fruit that. is prophesies will be of special educational collection! on Nov. 1st. I am now paid u* a visit Wednesday and remained the proper amount of postage is-af.

o J: _Lylcked and while it is slow i inIt value to Bible students, and at in town over night. Dusty i is fixed. .

"" "Ptn3ting: ha*' been inspected and the same time will be used to convince ready to furnish estimates on thesetaxes. getting along fine in St. Petersburg, On all letters going out of.Kissbnmee *.k.

'_1./. >*:follllcUa pas tl acid test- those who may be in doubt of but aid he had to see his old love, a three cent'stamp must be used,:'

I ?; TJhe price:{ received for.the. fruit i is the truth of the Bible. 2 per cent will be allowed : Lakeland, once again. He has been at while drop letter (letter addressed '4.,. .

.. .t :good this year and U in the neighbor Nothing of a fanatical or sensation. the City Drug .Store"since he lefJ: Kistimmee : to parties la the' city) will be carried '

o *\ hood of 3-00 F. O. B. Kissimmee.: al nature will be permitted at any off i ; on all :,taxes paid during November.: j but will be connected with for two cents.

k ('', ;Mr.Jltppel has di the meeting It will! differ from (he the1! ,Reliance Pharmacy,from ,now on, All postal cards bearing a'message

:? *.. fealty'; ,tq'finding plenty 'of' help' thus ordinary evangelistic campaign1 In C. L. BANDY: Tax Collector' and, St Petertburgers can rely on're-: 'other than printed will require acent two. mracy

:?Itatr'and ,expect;* to- send oat} five ,err thaflWseMational' :appeal will be he' Reliance with Dusty .aLakdand t tamp, while priatW -ca .

..aby} atx'f .f' fruit,,thit. : week. made (o'Uw emotion: Then.-wf1 be > + ,- Advertla .r.eLyi .. requinonly, one.ct&V : ":'
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Ing'' of home gardens the country is'] would be able to d *Lr part; in' ,
: facing a probable surplus of perish. furnishing the needed cereals for our I
Food the Deciding Factor able material.! 'Unless we can adjust allies.)] The South, which uses other [ Always Have PERUNAtin.

Lesson 2, : our dietary habits so as to utilize this gr"lnthan)) wheat Jo't her breadstuffs,
present crop, it will be difficult in,the furnishes an' example for the whole, .
1. I future to induce people to respond to hatlon. The North and West should U A. Pattenon,199 JCentuCkTor:
Outline (1)) IIrnkkfaetfooia; "plant the backyard" slogan; but we 'decrease their use of wheat' more I J3L, Memphis. Tennessee, w I
(2)) Quick, bread and cake
It Food Conservation Mt-UjlrH can adjust our dietary and eat more nearly "to the, standard of the 30,000000 ,- "I have been a friend of Rerun Coughs ..
.1. Use Icoal foodstuffs.! (3)) Soups and made dishes.! perishable foods. Extended study of people of the South for many year' I have used It Off
( Note-Study your local conditions (4)) Desserts. our food habits has shown that we use Food PreservationSo I and on.for catarrhal complaint and and 'Colds
select for illustrative'ma (c) Method.-Increase use of vegre1 found It a excellent d dI
.and groups fruit and! vegetables supply only, > much intensive work has already very remedy. theHome. <
allies and'fruits to.educeusq of have a'small In
:terial.) about! 14 per cent of the heat requirements been done along the line of canningand family of children. .
bread. i" Times are hard
; with us, but I can
Reason.-Reduce contention -of 5. Food preservation. Conserve of the body. Experience has drying perishable {fruits and veg. scarcely afford to do without Peru- Recommend .
+ transportation, (Insert!!, data ,on difficultics perishable shown that much 'larger quantities etables that it is necessary here onlyto na, especially during the .
] fruits and
vegetables) to
in transportation.). waste, lessen use of staples, prevent and can be used and that a diet containingan mention .it as part of the general the year when coughs and COld..It to Our Neighbors., .".
1\\ 2., Use perishables to conserve sta-' abundance of vegetables and fruits plan of food conservation. It'will be are prevalent. We always recommend If
I increase' variety in. diet] Peryna to our neighbors, for Those who object to liquid, "''''
plea] can be made attractive. Rightly pre discussed in detail later in the course.
4 fi. An adequate diet and its importance. the benefit it has been ,to us." cinas can procure Peruna Tablets\ .
Garden products Can safely pared'it double'' amount ordinarily used. easily increase the amount, of fruit Anx; program for food conservation '
Orchard ,Use large 7. Working l.roR-ramJ and vegetables to make'up this dif which does, not have its.basis In sound MOVIE EXHIBITORS ARE PATRIOTIc ing significance. It is interesting to' (

t amounts of fruits, fresh and. ,preservDairy : -' Use Local KoodxtulTs. .. ference.) With our 'increased acreage principles 'of human nutrition is doomed J note in'. this connection; that the estP
.ed ' ' An :incrcasinjT demand{ for the 'jn, potatoes,' (if the harvest equals the to failure. Intensive study of European ,, mated daily attendance motio/i pie-,

I produ<,t.I-, Use .m re'hole ,, tian"port.utian'fJf; xuppljcs connected I apparent prospects, weishould: be able experience in food -conservation .The United States civil service lure shows in the ,United States is tea -

milk,' skim milk, buttermilk' cottajro.chee8ei 'with the war lurs interrupted the to increase the daily use of poUitocH\ '+ 1 during, the war 'is, being made by the commission! has received an exprell-1',.million. This allows) en average of

I -Jlilk i ill ,a t"llt-/lp.hOU/' parlor protein, therefore it .is best" for. HlifTt-rpnt aecUona( of the country, and means''practicully' the wider use' of ,working.,program will./loan'\le'' available. : all the exhibitors of'motion pictures in ]I r fill
growth "and repair. - "- this 'ut9. upon',; 'every 'jfrimily th<9-pu, ,j tried) and attractive potato dishes and "Thc main principles will be dis. the United: Swtell.The" government.Js j '' The women and children of our aW

)Poultry' products.-UH eggs aw furus' triotip, iipce'!"},.ity of increasing. Us/ fur their .service-at an additional meal, u cused: in one of the lessonsof this' '1n..need of thousdm's: of typewriter op-- lies in Europe, know' hunger in Its "

'ponailde.! 1'renerye eggs and can an feagilile', the Use of foodHtunK pioilucsd day. Even this increase, would\ bring course! but we must not make the rn)stake oratorsand: stenographers! of both most bitter' forms Thee is no nltedth'at'
i i oi'kiM'i'lff"I' And fowl' l? for futuryU80< (J ]oclllh'. The natlonail f<>,,4 lidininictvation the American diet only tn the point at of assuming that the' food habit' ,hexes for; ,war wprk' in Washington, (he Women and children 'of America r

i 3. Kliminuto waste: ; will, therefore: undertake \)which it j is about one-thirXl: 1 Vi! <-l/he.! of a people can be, changed, quickly or' and through its 3,000 local boards efexaminers '1 fthoull be hungry They may eat I
(1)), define' waste as failurfe to'Use\ ''us olio ''of ,its ;most, \ importtuntetviecs The orchard' products in many localities inalei ially!! or that one group of people in .thnt many cities the.i abundantly-but wisely and without tt

'foodmaterials io the best' advantage.] I i l the study of the 'food? supply of the prwm.o record yield, Tho/ )must; necessarily bs fed in the commission requested d the: .owners and waste.{ and till!' save 'the women*and

(2)( ) (a ) Transportation,. fence the different sUites and local food zones, i more we can use daily, either freshor I same way or with the same food supply managers of motion picture t.heIJt.ers\j\! children of our allies from the .ex

]local nuijly.| J:, mid 1 the food habits, of the people so< as. cooked, to good advantage t.heJet.\ an 'any other group, The problem to allow free of charge: ark announce- trebles, of hunger, That's why every
(JjMOi '("pel' !JI11'l1inJLl.n..J home, to incroagc the use of loyal foodstuffs ter. The surplus should, bepreserv'iil iUueU h more complex] ment on their screens /of this need of woman is urged to enroll as a memberof

{ , (i'J J riiVr jTi .a ) a :fri'f' i'l"li' ;1"'llu'li.!f 1 1 II 1 i''
1 .' , f'J i)) Cooking. 11 living TlMr>fore, use local vegetables the winter; supplies 'ith' a lessened'dcj, table service. (Serve atr:! soup, salad, hundred of;the 20,000 odd exhibitorswho soun ) IACIIS,

; (f) CarelcHs sc'rvice-1. i., c.< )jndiviUer and 1 frutis and those from near-by mand upon our store of staples. Fortyfive stews, or scalloped dishes. town were' approached declined to render GASES ,OR, ,INniGESTIprft t

plate waste I sources! rather, than those!' transported ,. Pew cent af ''aur population live reduced garbage' Collections over 40 to the people the service asked. -
.4. Wheat, oonsorvuUon.O j j long li tai>ces. This menus "use in in tile country and small towns, and if per cent without any concerted effort Even these can not be charged with Each 'Tape's DI'ePaPsi n" digests 1

_ P ) Need to reduce! by 2.y |per cent, i season." Similarly:; \ , use local cereals, they, during t.he'manths of July, August \ -: of the people. Concerted\ 1 effort may disloyalty! ,,most of then) held decided 3,000 grain food, ending' all.
our ''present consun rPn>nfrf'wheat/ meats and other foodstuffs' as fur as and September, Would! use more do much more., Saving on waste views as to their duty to"their patron I stomach' misery, in five,1,1 II(

1 (u) "'MytliutlJ, Strutfh H""'"jvlicntaupply 1 poHsiliH'Thla; 'fun1 lie' done with the' slmfite-yrroducts-from-the-[ I miy; Hulp in pay the \ 'I;.. .I<)M ) who pay for entertainment only, The minutes. ,

from 10 per /rent. to :25! per food program advocated, while still and garden, the saving of i stapled! 2. Rave:; through srvliigr nmal'er only criticism tot the government came Time it! In five minute ,all'.stomach
liKeud"makinf 1 '
rent in through, use of providing, an adeluate and sufficient such as cereals, could be greatly in- roll, muffins, cuts of butter and meat, from three exhibitors who declined on distress will go. No indigestion,

corn meal and other. cereals, with! ; diet fojr bodily 11<;'lIlth. ,. creased. thus allowing each person to ask for the ground that It was proposed!! to heartburn, sourness or belching, of''
wheat nDII r. Use I'erishablcH to Conserve StaplcnAH The tendency in the increased cost I sc rond helping, place .a tax on motion picture tickets. gas, acid, or irritation of undigested
(fl b) MetlOd"-U'e- ; oilier cereal products '| a result of the whole-hearted response of cattle feed has been to I'lIi..e the' ::1 i.'using all you produce and One owner asked remuneration in, the breath food no or headache.dizziness, bloating, foul

_in place: -wi1'lIt products. I to'the plea for increased )plant- price of milk. In consequence! ] in some all you purchase. sum of 25 cents a week, and another Pane's: Diapepsin is noted for< Its

.. localities the amount of milk used has 4. Save through use of littl.o: used stipulated that he was to be relieved speed in regulating upset stomachs. .
J been ,reduced, with a resulting injuryto portions of foods. Example: Leavesof it any responsibility for damage to !It is the surest, quickest stomach
I remedy the whole world and besides
the growth of the child and to the vegetables for greens or salads or the slides furnished by the govern- it is harmless. rut an end to-

health of the adult If we have learnedone .oup" ment. The slides cost less than than j stomach trouble forever by getting''

... .. '. thing from European conditions, I 5. Save through using the most 10.cents apiece. Almost without ex- large fifty-cent case of Pane's Dift-.
i7 it is that we can better afford to. cut I abundant] foodstuffs as far aa adequate caption the movie men were not only i i pepsin from any drug store. You real
ize in five minutes how
needless it I..,
eel down on almost Ii'ny other food than' "diet permits. willing, but;, were even eager to serve to suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia
on milk, especially whole, milk, and its ti. S'erve' fewer courses and fewer the government in the manner re- or any stomach disorder. It is the
products. For the child milk is the dishes! at a mea!. quested. This hearty response from quickest, surest and most harmless'
'" ., .I,,; ;.. chief source of a nearly perfect mus- 7. Secure Co-operation of family in 20,000 business men representative off j j stomach doctor in the'world.

do-building food. It is rich in easily eating foods prepared in new way every part of the country bas a strik- 1' Subscribe for the Valley. Gacett.

,"' digested fats, and it contains materials i and in using unfamiliar foods 'and I "

. which stimulate growth. Every,! dishes T
effort should be made to preserve and I 8. Save through knowledge of food F

to increase rather than diminish the values. MUSTANG Ask Your Grocer1r

'Your Higher Cost cf dairy) herds of this, country. We should {II.) Save through- -

use more and more of whole' milk, Intelligent planning of meals. For Sprains. Lameness rur
skim, milk, buttermilk and cheese. Wise selection of foods. .
Growing Fruit and Truck Eliminate Waste Careful handling and storage. Sores Cuts. Rheumatism CHEEKNEALSCOFFEES

While most of Us are careful to utiJ-1 Careful preparation g.', thin Penetrate and Heals.

ize to the fullest extent all food supplies paring Stops Pain At Once j

This year,the growers of Elorida'will'' ", ,*;' wo must' -, remember that there flood; cooking. For Man and Beast
BlAl -"" Wfc i MI V >the k. a' Wfst' than'"thene 'J 'dicious ervice: The gos el of theTAKES 25c.50c.l.
find "a ttiei 4l'rQil 'ig cost nave '' \" " At All DeaJen.LINIMENT.
j '
l rau 't e ae 'a e ]ea p'I"'...".. (' -,
been} increased Labor' is'' and( \'
s r orcre i
n it en Nos e It he po n se 0 ef !

-' ;\ *must.tfto pe jm paid ]high!} wage',,f-fe -ti ize.costs 7. pro uc o pro gh 'a'el, 8S and o j ant nude next. w ek ."'1\'Ij.\'\,',. I T Best By Every Test

more;cratesare more expenSIve.? D .vase In ran por lan, due ta : .

: \ poor methods of cartage or inadequate OFF DANDRUFF
.' These higher }producing costs are not routing to its destination, will account
confined to Florida but prevail all over I for a great deal of the waste of our HAIR STOPS FALLINGSave

the United States, as well as abroad., American foodstuffs. Lack of proper I Halrt Get a small bottleof ,
j There was no escaping them when the 'are in the home increases waste\ I your Danderlne right now-Also '

t whole world became involved in the which is ]large in' proportion to the 1 I ctops'itching acalp. I State Bank
t home food supply, and yet readily] con
war for the "safety of ,
democracy trollable. Screening to keep out flies Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy
ice "boxes, food safes protection from, hair, i is. mute evidence of a neglected
I There is compensation' in the fact of Kissimmee
: ; f that if properly marketed the products dust and germs, and cooking before ']here. 1 U> nothing so destructive to
rood spoils! are ull impel tant. Moreover "'llic,,. hair ns dandruff. It robs the hair
of farm, garden and grove may be gold \ve must not forget that in our of its lustre, its strength and Its, very The of
for life eventually, producing a fevcrishnciss the world
than ;
"I prices enough higher previously homes we must still reckon with 'waste\ and ilcihing of tl.e scalp, which if eyes
have been secured to cover" at I through\ poor preparation of food, for not remedied curses too hair roots to ..I'0

!least the increased }producing costs. I cooking, uantc. through careless method shrink loosen and die--.then the hair \
fall* out fast. A' little' Danderine tonight the
of cooking, and finally, waste are on who
,' -nU'.V- time-will surely saX man
But this can not be hoped for from through too (generous' servings, ) on individual your ]hair any ,

shipments sent to glutted markets or plates. We iteud not only a Get a small; bottle of Knowlton's
offered to the consuming public with- return toIn older convention which Hamlerjne from any dmg store. You
surely can have beautiful hair and *
out the i identifying marks of a selling taught that it was impolite' to leave of It if you will just try a little L>aadcrlne. !

agency with which it is acquainted\ and food commandment upon/, the plate, but wit we, that ned.!'today nn '---_ -Pave---.your-. hair Try itl I SAVES'PAUSE 1

'!c in which it has confidence. A public it i.' 'I'iminal to take 'more than

}paying higher prices for its goods demands we inland to cut Our, first l'al'.ln; ,.<-

assurance of their quality. ness! may he measured by the ,
that those companies which contracted
__ The Florida Citrus Exchange can 36O PICTURES
.. -; : _ to purrhsae garbage counted
market, your products so as to obtain ". T for their l profit"f "" UII0''the; fact thnt 360 ARTICLES for a moment i
maximum prices for these. It has the every tqn of household waste would EACH MONTH young man,

confidence of the fruit and produce yield, fiom !Ii!!> to 40 pounds of fat o\c> ON ALL NEWS STANDS f give a thought to self. The

trade and its name and trade-marks nnd above the; residue that'; could! he ,Y .... ..__ ---r problems that confront
used feitilizer.We I
as you now or
; are looked to as their protection by ,, 1 15 Cents ,
need to realize that in the present I will a few hence.
hundreds of thousands of housewives. I years r
emergency the Wjse use of food"which POPULARMECHANICS
It has its own dependable men inv every has been, ]legitimately discarded: I Look about you-the men of affairs in
country, state nation
important market center and, keeping in the home is sufficiently importantto yes in the world., are. ., the men who started to save early in life. *" t
in touch with them by wire; is able to make it worthy of detailed study.A MAGAZINE .

I avoid gluts. It is conducted with due zone\ map will be made of the Stateto They have the respect and confidence of the community

0 regard aliko for economy and efficiency should determine,be utilized to what for the extent recovery garbage of WIUTTEN$0Y000ANUNDERSTANDIT'All the Great Events.In Mechanic, I Then look on the other 'ride-at the .fellows who spend all they ,

O! ,, and returns growers every cent fat, or if,- ns- the Germans ore doing, the Engineering World.are and described Invention in an throughout interest. make-they may have a good time for a while, hut ,what does their
ing manner aa they occur. 3000.000 personality reflect 7
it nets for their produce. it should be used to feed stock. In the reader each month., i
-t+ latter case the women of the country n Shod Notes I0 F*****fl> Inn t ll.M.r A dollar
'' For further Information- consult the must aid in the careful saving of that th*hop.ana how SO...ka r..pel....,b".... nucleus of or so c 'honorable: this bank will be the
r' manager of the-Exchange packing house Amateur MohankortoandH lenort..e.nforl.l..i an independent career. a
portion of household waste that a ud anon. ,
may Make
i I"l or sub-Exchanga nearest you or writa .y. l.rc.lreoarrw., .. i tlln your beginning now-today. Your bank
1 . the business 'manager of the Florida} be used as food for the lower animals.. bow KO band boas RkOtorcyclM.wir. _Mo. ; book will pare the w.,.
b ,
'. ran SAU IT 11.000 urn DULUI ..
., Citrus Exchange' at Tampa, Florida. Wheat Conservation' ".. -........-...aa.,,.a..a.w.A.wtI. I .
a. t Over 40 per cent. of all the heat r..a..r.4.w.._. _t. tr .w.wsarw.... .. ,-r'_.w..ww wow". I Capital>> stock ----.;.-____________ _"_ ____ $160,000.

4 .' ..' \ uni s we need is furnished throughour c.POPULAR._.el Mr.r.h MICHANIC-,....MAOUINC.- Resources oe ____________________________. 400,000.00,

r ..r I liberal use of cereals.! With the S Nerar ..-.... a...----- 1 Officer aid Directon': **
need to conserve the wheat we
CI'i'RUS EXCu>aWGwnd must advocate not reduction in the "_'...11110.11I.. .,,_ M __..._' C. A. CARSON., President M. KATZ and E. L.,LESLEY, '
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ft bread but the decreased .... ,, ROMA '*
use pse fww/7a, t+cmrt .. . ra THOMAS. Cashier < a
of wheat in making: br a'd.lf we could ,
.. decrease individual of Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up System N. C. CARSON .N.I. CARSON, M. KATZ' 1s
our use pure c. A. .
The Old Standard general atrnc1banln> tonic 11. FLEMING E. L., LESLEY' 'Ii t
wheat bread'so, a* to "' eavl't,+ 2 1-2 OBOVH'a TASTKLBSa chill TONICdiJW oatoaraslaenrkhealb.blood..ndbnlld.a 1. WADE TUCEf ER "
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t One Who Shows'No Favor An excellent opportunity for volun- DISINFECT EQUIPMENT Your plans for dinner, Mrs, Housewife .
merciless judge .Is Father Time. I.. The funeral! service was sald over
tary enlistment is open in the quar- J are) just as important in thebe'i
.Defers him the weak and the wanting the remains of J. A. Peeler, Saturday
termaster enlisted r<*.t- rve> corps for way as General Haig's plans far a
State Plant Board i
go to the wall. Only the truth of Florida. disinfecting, by immersion in one of morning at the Methodist church, I
can nen of almost every trnde. You need night attack. Halg aims to the '
stand. For Circular No. 25, Issued October 27, the ,prescribed disinfecting solutions, conducted by Rev. C. II. Summers.'1 get
years following statement not be nn expert to enlist; if you know 411 maximum of results with the mini- ,, .
from -a, St. Cloud. resident has 1 each and every field box In which fruitis The older residents of the city, who I
'anything whatever about painting mum of material. lIe but
uses plenty,
Under the provisions of the FloridaPlant
? ,withstood this brought to such packing house On had known himfrom boyhood;; gather.
; sternest of all tests. '
t-. Mrs.,. A. Clemens, Illinois Ave. St. carpenter work electrical work, Act of 1915 Chapter 6885,,,of or,after December 1, 1917, each field ed to honor the dead and -show their he doesn't!!! waste any. So should you.That's ..
plumbing, blacksmithing trade of the and will win. .
: a way Haig
+ a, .YII" "Some ,the Laws of Florida, the State Plant box included in the equipment of the sympathy for the bereaved wife and this you '
years ago
any you. may make application Board in session at Miami, Florida, house mother war. ,
public above the
my kldneyi" beca'mo, disordered ,and for: first packing referredto ; The floral tributes sent '
.vi t ,from that time on, I suffered untold skilled the laborer.position of When"' class private-actiie this the 8th day of>' October 1917, and. shall be completely' immersed In by these old-time friends were of exceptional I ,tr
r The last assignel to in accordance with Section 12 of said tho disinfecting solutlo.i' immediatelyafter beauty. r
agony five'ycars became r 1i
so acute that at times I was not able duty you would act as a helperin Act does declare and, give public' notice .- being emptied of'fruit. In no J. J. Woodall, ADS Gilbert" W S. ouA
.; tq get out of bed. 'I had paine In jmy some special line of 'work. Some that the following areas! are areas event shall field boxes in use after December Graham, J. R. Gilbert, S. E. Gardner pINNeRLL
r back headaches; and dizziness, and'j i will' be sent to a school for the purpose in which citrus tress are likely to be 1, 1917, for the transportation' and Fred Bass, who had known the deceased NOT COME j ;
sometimes I wall so lame that I wasn'table of instruction. Promotions'will Infected ''with the disease known as of citrus! 'fruit be permitted to leave years ago were pall bearers To GRIEF7P -

'/p' cry to well walk.and if I could I did, not I, could stoop hardly over: be made from time to time of mendemonstratirtg Scaly Bark (Clndosporium herbarujn. any public: pocking house: or the, The late Mr; Peeler came to Kia- YOUCOME ryb;' Off

_. Jfefvp again.! .My limbs were swol i J' \ most efficiency. var. Citricolum) premises "" "thereof, wherein citrus simmee with his parents, Dr" and HE ORYou '
len sometime* to twice their'natural 'No Technical Examination Required Section 15, 1C, 17, 20,,21, 22, 27, 28 fruits are' packed, until such Mrs Peeler, mere than twenty-six f DEfSF t

down site. ='hearted.This'suffering Severn made boxes me of terribly Doon'Kidney I' ':No.the technical time of txammation..enlintrnent.,Is Applieatfon"should requirdat 'and: 29 in ,Township 30 South. Range I had first' been disinfected, as boxed : years' ago, though for the past ten i UCHrr

r Pills put me in such good | be made the 33 Eat, -near Kcnansvilie' Osccola said. years ho has been a respected .citieen ,tlt lq 1 1I
I health that I was able to do my house to department county, Fla., I' Some one of the following disinfecting of Live' Oak. lie ,became 'an ac. ;I
r work and felt better in every way j I quartermaster, Charleston l. S. C., on .Rule No. 3f solutions shall) be used in disinfecting tive'worker in the Methodist church, I 1.-

e. AT A After Passing Years j J 1 the required' form, which may be ob- The following'' is adopted as "Rule 36: !' field boxes .u above directed. was a member of the official board 'A DINNER. IS EITHER A
LATER DATE Mrs. Clemens tained from
said: "I have no reason to chango 1 by a letter to any the recruiting station, or, ", "On account of the presence within I Corrosive sublimate'solution, 1 part I and,taught -a. boys'''class in! 'the Sunday SUCCESS OR A FAILURE

my high opinion of Doan's Kidney department,quartermaster the state of various insect pests,! and I to 1000 parts of water,,* i school I I I' I -there Is no ,middle ground. If e'
Pills. I still ehdorse them and confirm Charleston S. C. Each application diseases affecting fruits and vege- Biiestone solution 4 Iba. of He leaves a wife\ and four children,'\ your' meat course'is1 all that it'
them the several statement I pavo' praising l letter of should be accompanied by one tables, which insect'pests and diseases stone to 100 gallons) of Water. blUe-j of Lemon City; a mother, Mrs. J. ,V. should be you will feel quite
years from
ago. recommendation relik2M j
..-'- .:......a -._,Price cseOciat: .,.lL.dealerii.t.Jon't.: 'Ife: a constitute e menace and which shouldLrFSwpptoaosddrt11Y1X I Formaldehyde solution, 1 part of 40( Peeler and two staters! 'Mrs. Arthur 1 happy by the' time the dessert,, .,
-:;:: 'Tmply, lc"ior'"aJ'Ki31ie"y' ' rtme'; - UoiUi a Kidney Pills-tho' sama( that have reference prevented; on and after 'November'ICJ917 ; ;;; ;I ."" """""">";i""" '"'_>"'" .'.. .'' "" : ." ,.. "'"",.,. --=t etho.h9ftlD,4.L: !!!$. tbeeucceeeof
*Mr Clemens had. Kostcr-Milburn 'general particularly to ability, packinghouses engaged in\ thebus i On and after December 1, 1917, A few months ago he was Stricken )our"
1 Co.,. Mfgr, Buffalo, N. Y. position intelligence applido and for. aptitude"forthe : + els.of packing fruits 'or vegetables -i,i plcYdn'g-equlpmeht. including ladders, with tuberculosis. and went" to Wood''1 to, purchase.! tope:: meat ;food. ; at. .. '

GIRLS WHITEN SKIN Upon of for pay, whethet operated by clippers, picking bags> picking baskets : 'man, Colo, hoping to be. restored 1, this market. .' ,HGtyJVIarket ""a", ,- ,
WITH LEMON JUICE. the same receipt is. acted application, and firms, corporations, individuals. or associations , etc., should be disinfected: when to, health. He died''at 830; Saturday -
I upon favorably an of individuals,' shall be required such equipment is removed from any evening, October SO, and his remainwel'e
,Make. .aJ. >eautjt-lutionforafewrenls. authority will be mailed direct to the'PPI1t'ant"torba to so disinfect their equipment property in which such equipment has shipped here for Interment. Vila I I : ar.

'". to'*remove, lowness tan freckles'sal.. class private-skilled: enllsimentranrfli'Sirj laborer u ed 1 in;; picking and packing; fruits or t-Tie l used "i'or the'' picking an-1I 1i i -" uife. her-sister;;Mrii;:6srarblathen; -
with this vegetables as to tender least likely ling of citrus fruits'; such disinfection\ his mother, Mrs J. V. Peeler, and C.

i Your grocer has the lemons and any authority theapplicant. may be. enlisted the distribution of insect pests and to be by sponging, spraying or dipping; I
in the quartermaster _._.
drug store or toilet counter will sup- enlisted! diseases, and all such public packinghouses the equipment in question, using nn:> -- --- ---- ------- ---;-->
ply ,with reserve by the nearest 1 a tam
you three of army rcruiting
ounces orchard .
shall of the
at all times be to one disinfecting solutions "
whit for a-few officr, when enlisted open pre: ,
cents. Squeeze the, he will hold hiM V U\lItU.. I'I
. of and subject, to the inspection of agentsof !! above for the disinfection of
juice two fresh lemons' into a bottle jlrlC In readiness for a' call to active : I scribed

then hake put welt in This the; makes orchard a quarter'White pint and duty and when called' will receive! or- under this the board direction, whose of duty the shall Commissioner be, I field boxes. I The Favorite Store of JCissimmvts. ;alw; b; nh Bijo-r <,r...'

of the very best lemon "skin whitener ders showing where, to'repoJ't and i pre'scribe For the to be held in G, to convenience of
the of
use packinp: :
end complexion bt>auU er. known. transportation from *+is home address< I J }
such measures or methods of house operators the Plant Board office 1
Massage this fragrant opera +
creamy lotion to'the station ordered. 1 :
daily into the face neck, arms and tion as will assist in the suppressionof at Gainesville will, if desired furnish n"i 't
hand and just ice how freckles, tan, tend to prevent the disseminationof corrosive spblimate tablets at cost FURNITURE?
... sallowness redness and roughness: Etigrve-' Calling C-rds and Wed. insect pests and diseases of fruit price. The price at present writing is
disappear and
clear tM skin becomes smooth, Yos soft! It and is ding Invitations Stationery', Enjrnvcd can be secured*,n
harmless, and the beautiful results the Gazette office Let ns show: you In accordance with the foregoing will make approximately 55 gallons of .
wfll surprise,you. our samples and pri
-- -- ---C, i in the packing o( citrus fruits for only on a cash basis and remittances' -WE HAVE IT !ter ,
pay, are required, on or before De- thould accompany order. Checks or
cember 1, 1917, to!!! such pack money order should be made payable
ing houses suitable dipping vats .and to the.order of the State Plant Board .

re :,; 3n N : other equipment for the purpose of of Florida.
'" la connection with ear Hardware line ws carry a complete
fine of furniture. W. make specialty of outfitting homes, aid i w1' -
OCTOBER C. E. WORK IN kandle reliable .



,AND churches Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par 'f"
In Jacksonville we hope the a$ Columbus, Ohio, and gets .

AUTOLOADING SHOTGUNS mer vacation soon ends!!! for society generally filled with new inspiration lor Suits, Odd Chairs, Rockers, ,

Work, Pastor) Fred Marsh is back from to share with the folks who must stay '. ,, .. ," '"
"TP.thtre is that demands of a his)brldaltrlpandthifichurchf4has I : ( at homo.j; ," 1 "" ' Couches'Etc.This ; "' '\ H" ; '" '" { '", '
thing a
any one sportsman gun ; :' 1'. "
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iof been'made room That tfalthfuliworker! (?i "" I " "\\,1iltIt.) t, ,.,,
JL or'a shell it w'"that'{ : 1 \ ;headquarters! orrest" | 1 i : !,) 'Mrs. HenryNfcholsf'Sanfordnow \" 'rj/I",: / !tJllli.fi1 \' ," ; < 1 " <" '' 1
his skill. for soldiers from Black'Point"" vvm :: that home -, ''', \<\ tj t.
. < store is making record'lor itself In'lh."' 'of" '
Tavares workers in the "union societyhave obligations have increased with tl'leI' a matter '
The further along he gets in the game whether at the traps or in the given half of their $20 pledge I'I' birth of her little' daughter, has given ,helping people to outfit homes. Come and see. Our prices arc 'i' +

field the surer h;: is to swear by Remington'UMC-*bolh in guns for church board mission work. Supt, : op office, held ever since organization
and shells.Remington. C. E. Enlow, of the Florida gospel :i I in Sanford, and Mrs. Royce Robinson '.

navy: gave them op interesting talK :I is now secretary. We "hope soon to rijhtTOOLS
UMC guns work quicker than any man can aim, and eeently and they are thoroughly alivein dear of active work in the mission department -
shoot closely andn-cnly-"Arrow" and "Nitro Club" steel lined Tavares 'I' of the Sanford society,. FOR i ENGINEERS: ; i .
shells" smohtlen cut down a bird that would have .:tiq, r
"speed ( ) many which has a fine minister and young ... .
Intcrlachen has threefourthsof .
gotten away from any of the slower makes of shell. people to aid him No matter what kind of an Engine you have-Gas, Steam,
its annual assessment for missions,
'! The largest givers in Railroad Stationary Engine hare exactly the Tools
; money pledgedfor or -:,we yoa.
Sold by Sporting Good Dealer in Your Community fo" the following purposes; the Cuban
school West Tampa Mr. Enlow'a mission! work so far, is ift"W .stI need in your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammer, Oilers, etc,
Qtoti and oil your gun with REM OIL the combination frontier field in the southwest, and the :, Palm, Beach, where $l8 u0 of their $:J"I : ; all of the best quality and workmanship, and at prices that will
Powder Solvent, Luhntant and Ami Preventive Atlanta Seminary for theological stu- 'I pledge
i dents, both men and women who feel d 'j I ways were thereby remembered: oujmissionary / hardware that is of superior quality and yon will make no mistake .
THO REMINGTON ARMS UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE COMPANY, Inc.Ltr call to the ministry. "' } Miss Breck, in China; in coming here NOW and, inspecting our big Il ck.. t"fr
nt Af.../4rf.>m SfFtrf "".,mJAmmmutfn t*iht U'..IJ I Cuban work, West Tampa; Atlanta
Woolworth Buildup. New Yo.k. Johnstown one of the latest church i 'Seminary and the Gospel Navy. --:...-
\ organizations, is to begin its new CI has lost
Key'West members
!I leavingfor
- E. work soon. Miss Ruth Coffin, various kinds of war service, but Hardware ,
t; state secretary and acting presidentof is also making some gains. Special Osceola Company
Florida Endeavorers will be a
ctress on giving to the Gospel NAvywas
leader in\ this society, of course. made at their last business meet-
SALE 2't
: : Both the First Church having now ing, and it was decided to meet obligations -
no C. E. Society), the Hyde Park En I !!! of missionary work by a collect
deavorers, and those of' the American tion in the Sunday evening meeting C. A. CARSON. President. N. C BRYAN. Secretary,
/ ; and Cuban Societies of West Tampa twice a mgnth. ,

' Nicely furnished't "room Family Hotel, conveniently all feel strengthened when State! Supt. On our state C. E. pledge of $250 The Waters & Carson t a "

: located, with electric lights, hot Waldron and wife are at home in for the year endin:: next April,-$55.87 __
Tampa. They spend their vacation at has been sent Mrs. C. E. Enlow, treas- a

and cold water, baths, ,and all modern conveniences Ormond and Mr. Waldron is now on a I urer, in Arch Creek.'
trip north in which he attends the GRACE A. TOWNSEND 5.
will be sold at a bargain. Established .National. council of 'Congregational Congl.! Young People's Secy.
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winter patronage; large number turned FARMER NEAR KISSIMMEE HAS NOT TEMPERAMENTAL SAYS .... J

away: last season. For particulars address TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE PRETTY MOVIE QUEEN Wholesale and Retail Desjer inGROCERIES .
"I don't think anybody ever suffered "Temperament," says Molly King, :

P. O. BOX 413, Kissimmee, Fla. :I more pain than I have.. Twice I was Pathe star, who is featured in the
for and third "Mystery of the Double Cross"
operated on gall stones!! a serial,
l operation was advised. A friend in the ninth episode of which is to be at
4r "t .- Iowa wrote me how he was cured by the Casino Theater- Saturday, "has no oo..t. 404 bb 440 + 00 + 40 + e eee : x

,**<..40.fOO.t..t.... ... . .t..o.o.. _o.ooto.i ,taking M yr.s Wonderful Remedy. I place in the; moving picture studio. WE SELL: WE BUY
took a bottle on hia advice with good Generally we're so busy that we have 6 4 4

i J Cold Storage for Fresh Meats results and have also taken the full no time for 'foolishness. HAY ? 4 '

coyrse. My pains are all gone and "There are many people who havean 4 4 eHIDES p p0

Etc. feel I am permanently cured. idea :that, posing for the pictures GR.UN.. O FURS , ..
t:4' Vegetables }
g : Eggs, t ,Is a simple harmless preparationthat 'is all play and no work. If I weren't 0 FERTILIZERS 4 4' e
'removes the catarrhal mucous so interested work that I consider 0 WOOL +

STORAGE RATES ON MEATS: form the intestinal tract, and allays It play, I would! say that just I it 4 SHINGLES .. + ANu .+ b, t Jh
the Inflammation tho reverse is true. for the
which causes practically Working ORANGE BOXES '
Storage on_all Meats, 1-2 cent pound, Fifteen Days. all stomach, liver and intestinal motion pictures is all work and very 1':1 l' 4 4 ,' ALL ....

,., aliments,, including appendicitis. One little play In making "Mystery of F' ORANGE WRAPS, 4 4
1 1:2c. pound COUNTRY
Pork for smoking
Curing per ,, "
dose will convince 'refunded. the Double Cross, there
or money were many ..
Curing i and Smoking, 2c per pound. J, Z. Roberson, druggist. : mornings When we got up with the .. VEGETABLE CRATES A : pf30DUCi8, ,

sun and worked all day untirthe sun j CRATE NAILS ,4 s \.

I Bring us. your hogs the day they ere' killed.: We will do Germany is striving to fasten her went down again. By that time weso : .00404oooo.aoeo 'oeoeeeee ,+
and the
Europa ,
on world tired
w that
we were ready
fci *; the ?!,'. .. / through starvation., You easy; help retU-e immediately... l afterf/dinner." ? We sell Geld and garden seeds of all kinds. ,".
thwart Germany's ambition by enrolling -:' Wi spTO special attention to fitting out hunting and ? r" '

; .\r.KiSSI1IM. *)JO: & :tOLITiSTORAGE:' CO. I Irr' I.. aa an active'' ,member,of the'food tt pound'of wheat,flour y\i save 7 Era delivery in aty'limits.r'PLon./( < I' -* 'J "'zf ,. r aT'tat t r,
a' I I .z 's
.. administration. .J; >on't.t>e partners 'of _week_,#will-- /.weigh wi*very*.. heavily on We an county ageaU- for good ft 1r. x
the Prussians.. rti xn. r ur
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lie treatment from a local physician. brother, Bill, at Camp Wheeler. Rudy

a KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE I While ,here they are guests at the says he found the boys of Company! B ...

. Marlboro.-Tampa Morning Tribune. all in good spirits and seemingly enjoying '

I'ublUbrd Kverr Krl4.,.. A. S. Nelson, real estate man of camp life.: ''
k Off*. !. 1'.Ilqa.e11e HaHdl**,,
: KlM___, Florida KI8sh nee, was noticed on. Tampa pro Grace' Whitford, chairman of -STIRRING ADDRESSES

thoroughfares yesterday. Tampa the health department of the Florida t
W. R.JIAHKla..d E. G. VANS AUNKWUwsirrs .
'Tribune. Federation of Women's Clubs, who

1t 1 Tl*....* N.. II. Frank Millsap, E. N. Pickard and wrote the interesting article publishedin

Theodore Keen of Orange Center, last w. ek's Gaztte, is a niece of
Ir pent Monday transacting' business Mrs. J. M. Cochrane. ,
. .,, EMBeR matters in this city Sheriff.Ingram arrested three negro .

f Mrj Chas. W. Grifn one of Kis-, section hands at Lokosee last week, BEGINNING I

simmeo's popular citizens, was in Orlando and brought them to Kissimmee and. .

today greeting friends and placed; them in jail. The negroes are

tiansacling business.-{-porter-Star, charged with.stealing' and butcheringcattle Sunday Nov. 4th at 7:30-.p. I'

The household goods of the late belonging to the East Coust ,

'. a, Pyyo Mrs. .S. Y. Addis will be sold at auction \ Cattle Co. I .
SrAjE PREgSM af the Casino building tomorrow Mrs 1). IF, Thurman .and her niece, the. Gospel Tent in Kissimmeelocated.

M (Saturday), morning at 10 o'clock. Miss MarionPorter; 'arrived( in Kia- )Post Office "

M. M Smith;,one of Oilnmlo'g: \ lead- S!mmee Saturday night after a pleas- oil Broadway, opposite the '" _. ..".,.

'nl( bunlaessmen, and boosters, was in nut summer spent 'at northern! ppints

( Copy.' '.NnbarrhNloy fine Yrnr$2" 11.eatale ,
One, t'011), HIX .Months ._____._... J.JJI i ) II1l1tt?*I'II-' and! greeting his J., 'nnd Germantown, Pa., ' e among liTHE CRASH LMrIBES"
..8e CH'! )'a 'l'I..:.t 1ionths.-------, '7b.j j many friends. ' . 'the places, > included; in the itinerary of '..Opening Address OF [

. All oomiitiihltMtuuln 4ltre..|IOI1'
". .*.gned l Icy tau Hilterjllejeeted London/hio, who Is the guest of'Mrs. I., 11., Alexander returnedlondty .

,___ kt"Kt;", ,' tailed, inflttor fur. will' not bo I"rtturmdfcnlcBN \ Belle'11odiconducted; ,, a, Biblelending ] ,I (fiom.; a \"ceks"tiip: to Qanip' \ Funst..n ,: PROGRAM' FOR' .THE WEEK
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"' 1"" at ,the 1'ronbyterian church1Vcdnosday'evening Kansas, whire) he visited :his
: :'/:," (Entered' In 'the 1'ontoflloo at Klmlinrrii'e } is of' thej5'Jd '
\ !Son? Arthur: wlio scig-ai.t; "
':. l''luiida, no second-duns manor) I I ,. !Monday, November 5tli; "The Universal Kingdom. ,
The Nelson.: :; Ina hlne'u'l'I\ cora nny. in !raining )- :, '
Realty Company are I *'
there. ].I Alexander : Tuesday November 6th "A Ilistory Maki'tig'Doctritte.
;' NOVEMBER 2, 1917 listing some valuable places for sale I' pent. a '
I few days in, Kan. ., in ;\lilJI ?"
Mild are ready to show prospective __ Wednesday, November. 7th Angels---Wllo Arc They t
The work of, the Boy Scouts! in selling homt e<'ker8 some excellent] bargains! I soon; and Tiriiiois: oo the I'eturn.trip.. Thursday November 8th, "Christ's Great Prophecy." '.

the liberty bonds speaks well for No trouble, to show their offerings. I, Mr. and Mrs. r. .N. Paver ha\e rt!- ,
.. .... .: Jioj ejrjOth **W hat. ,Is
w ---fit: : : : II r.r r rahWBy.ff.trftavrhateinettle "V\\\ t, -. u"'l"Jt n:'II'iff! "."t"fi'irY"--i-:: -rw4..aasl: A-: ,.pg!:.tH.tJ; u. I.\/.o4\A-/ ._ .lElJdajt' ejii BibJeConyersionV"Sunday .
they are murlcVc'IJ) Wager"they' jMubtiette: street, after pending: the Sutnrd' owes; licr"Y0111) lI 1fE1)Ftf = :.
.,_. for sale a.t\ the tight puce, and we . ny, ,
c. ,('e"QJ; I pummel at Cincinnati, Ohio. :Mr. and t !' "
(3unTTj3rre"lorr to
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( want jo show !it to anyone looking foi j November llth, "The 1''lillc 1i1 tU11.
t. their hats when the Star 'SlnulgledDanner .1 pleasant, place to live! grow i Mrs. Paver are among the mot, popular -

is played. ) hit'kns' fruit and vegetables.: Nel-, | of the winter residents here, and 'Many other important questions will follow. Meetings -

.:- von Realty ('onijnny.) their. return has !been: pleaanty! anattNlbyttwidecittlewffrtern3e -

I E. G. rwell came 'up. from Rosalie I ;-- --- every night atY:30.: No person in 'Kissimihee- y

ADDlTlOm"WmS Dr. W. B. WitherKpoon started toP
r I?and spent Monday in this city. Mr.,'I'' '
I Fc'vielJ) has been in declining\ : health <-nsacola: Monday to, attend the can afford to miss these meetings. Plan to attend,
state Sunday school convention, and/ '
for more than a ;year, but thinks' he is
Fresh eggs'at Sanitary !Market.' approving some 'now, 'I will go from there to Athens Ala., to the first one. Large chart illustrations.
j attend synod: l, and will be absent about
Phone 132. ) Dr. and Mrs A. S. ;Muntron and

Riley Oodwii of St Clod! was lIthe :Misses Ida and Marie Erhart formed u pleaching two weeks,services hence next there: Sunday will lie nor no A "Question Box" will be used in connection with

city -Momiay. I motor arty Tuesday, visiting the cities I Sunday) : a wtek, but' Sunday !school and the services. Place1" written in box. All -"
fJjaHt' : and vegetables; Sanitary of Eustis, Sanford, Orlando an 1l i : mid-\M' questions questions
(....... __ I"silnmeo.-VoluSili prayer meetings will bei
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Market Phono 132. i held
as usual:
Bible will receive due consideration.Tent
;Mr. and Mrs Robert Jones! on topics .
of this aceom- |I
. Walter Mobley, formerly I :Mr. C.E. .Yo\\ell] of Kissimmee, '

J place,. but now living at Lake Wales, panied! by ;Misses clarion Saigtnt, Lil- i|I county superintendent) and Mr, R. M. well seated and We solicit

,1 was in the city Monday. ian Harris and 1 Dorothy Wells, motored ;I Evans, principal' of the Kissimmee lighted. your

Ernct Green has removed his paint ] up from Kissimmee! last flight and ; schools, spent yesterday with JMessrs. '
witnessed the Orlando ; and cooperation in this effort... Song service
para'u Sentinel
shop to Bronson'' Building Broad- r A. B. Johnson J. W. Simmons and /S.

way, next to Sanitary Market 46-ltpd (Sunday). j Johnson, of the local schools. They each beginning at 7:15. .
'. Rudy Ashton (I evening -- ...
J, F.O'Berry, who is now living at spent a few days in i. complimented/ : the Orlando schools ..'

Rodman, in Putnam county, was look- Macon last week, a'nduited his upon their fine appearance and the

ing; after'' business interests, here this I 1-I, 1 '

L : week.The Misses' Mildred' and Ethel Lee I I [ vange-IistC.R. MAGOOIN '

of Kissimmee 'spent yesterday }in' .

I Lakeland shopping,-Lakeland Stare -

Friday)t 4 I IL :. c:.:; _. __-'- _ .. . _..J.= .:...: __ _:::1' ....-.-- -.--__- 11-
II. R. May, prominent business man used for the burial "i-lho deal I; Arl ;
m of Kissimmee, was a visitor to'Tampa a excellent manner in which they, .were undivided one-half Interewt' In the WH porch. Apply to Mrs C. K. Hilton,
of NK. '4 ; an umll\I r yesterday and a guest at the Hills- I' making progress. 'The five school men In the &UN, U of tiro: 6, all in Tp. -
3 roA--Tampa Tribune. enjoyed lunch together-Orlando Sentinel 26 Ii. of It .29 K.1'urcliaaer . PUN11-A MlnHes' Ka.lncoat J In frontof
t I to pay. for the deed the Aullman I I uG'nercanget
" \" (Friday-e) .;,... 'r ", : LEWIS O'HflYAN '" reNlclsnee ..
: Marie I .r:' ; ' ' Mama by applying to Mrs. AultV "
i ?, .N bo1'llJi otAtlantaGa.was( { ":'>, _'j'\r.11\f/rl.I\\ \ \."' "' ; ' '
, I >46tJfi! _:''>#S,,, ; 'tJ!"; r;'11)Jclal.lIIast.rr.r : ?, ,, man and paying fur this ad. 46-Jt::
thej guestof|hiscousin7Mi9i; ] M l( I 'liOTI('.. ;,:.f( ot 91114 J'UIt'I.t<:U'H ,n'" .. ;'
Bandyiffand) e mother Friday r ." 9AL1e < '

,, hereon, a business. trip jjjjjjj .R. t tij'fit\j, GlassifiedfAdvertisemgnts i
'" tinder and 'v virtue of .an order
a_.;. You Will ,'find a complete line of .made by t h.. lion Jas. : V';' Perkltm.Judirn . YOUR lUNGS:
of the Circuit Court of Osceola
a dog remedies for pale by CENTRAL '!onntv.'ln: Chancery, In a Certain. eas DWKO-INGS. for rent. Apply to MTiller.
wherein American Agricultural Chem \ _
4 .. DRUGSTORE. We Lave bad the good luck to secure a few of ,lie celebrated- ical Co. a corporation, was pomnlnln- I
more .ant, defendant, FOIL SAMC (doper
Geo. Ki Armes assistant and M L L-ealey wa. ---Japanene Cane at IB
Limoges China Dinder Sets These are 42 Piece Sets that retail individually the tindprHlmied. as Hperlnl/ Master' has tliotiHand ,stalks, fob I C' mi I>111-II l
state,road l' department, and J L. Cre- taken Charge of and will! offer for Bale. I Station Orders. to r"eilnt ,"iillin(
I for $14 or $15, and we have a variety of attractive to the hlKheftt bidder 'befor.' the Courtlouse must. lie in by Nov'h 15th It V.
the engineer from the stateroad very pat .
sap I ) door In KlgRlminee Osceolacounty J..nl4'r. U K. Nu 1, KlHHlmim-i'. Fla e
department, who will supervise the l terns. 1 Florida, mi Monday, the 3rdday 4Altp: _
i of ecemlier, 1KI7. during, the legal
t construction of the Loughmnn road, Under the hours. of Hnlc. the following that
plan we are selling these sets, you can secure one situate, lying and being I" Sarah A. Addis, decrus.-d, will
were'callers at the Gazette office this Osi-eola county, Florida, lu-wlt: SIC b, Jiold to tl<, lllurlKBl llldl'.T! 1U
........ morning, in with Mr. Gilles- I at a very nominal cost. Call at ot store and let us explain how easy '4 of Hi I9. ', : 1-1'V. 'A. of 8K 14, nnd the 4*''Iud l< a. in>, Ni\< ,her Jil, ,
'''' company it is h become the' of I':. 'A. of Nl'!, 4r, (. >[e"I.l" thn right. of <'...Ino KiilldiliK(, I'" kill Ave l II n i,
pie, of the Alabama Paving Company. i owner one or more of these,sets wny conviyod by i'ha-H. II (truss' and I I \\UKIKI, Admluislrnlar... .4ri't. I L1L. .
wife and .1. M Kriamer to Houth (''10"J I ----- -- .
) Mr. Gillespie stated Hiat he expectedto .J Ida' Kallrnad Co recorded In Deed Hook I'Itll si! II-I..uua. : ''siiVIIKIII I : I '
Corner F)" Is.fir..4, In OH .. I' In'- I ( A3ETHEY WEAK f{ OR PAINfUL?
begin paving now in a short time Drug StorePhone 1"'' I till), of ,rllori; :II\., W Vi of W: 14. SetS2 I Do
W. O. JournigW: of Kinsimmcc all In Ii|>. 2R./ of H. 29 !, 1.11119) \SOVAIM: 'i:. iMitnii<: your lung ever bleed?
was EJI
W % of *IW. 14 ; KW Vt lit SW >il: I A'rjtM 1111%'\\ SIIII'IM.: : ijtrI I Do you have n'sIU: .we
I accompanied to Tampa yesterday by, 297 and undlvld one-half Interest' In the -------.,-.---. '---- Have you pains in cheat end sites;. ?
his brother, F O. JourniKnn/to under- NK NW. > 4,. ot HW 14 of Sec 6.; K. %* of If'OR I SAt.E-G.'d work horse, weight I Do you spit yellow and black matter?
. .. . . 4 except one-half acre ler'l..foret I i 1300 pounds also hnrm'88 anrl wagon Ar. you continually hawkms sad cos hiss?
t -- _- _- - ,r ----.. --. -- --- .. . .- .- -. ---- ...- . 1 and one* thoroughbred Berkshire i Do you bar pains:u.d.ryour.bouldvr blad.TThese
h" I boar pig. H. UickiTRon. 88-tf

r Lj_ {)> (>_0000(4(4)0{ { ()_() () () ()
I etc Apply at Valley Onzette. lotf You should take Immediate steps to
chock the progress of these symp
GEN) R"'L FAnMINO .In prontable In toms. 'ilia longer. you allow them to
Florida To know l Florida possibilities advance and develop the moro deep-
for live stork and poultryraising seated ana serious jour condition be-
r dalrylnic I fruit and truck cdmoLThere ,
: t fcrowlnir. read the Florida, Farmer Is Pesk"._Proof t II a. t L u n R"
A and Homeacekor Six month trial Carmine h a.
subscription, 26 rents, Sample copy Irv.u.c"o: FII and fipeedily oa's
; frees Addremi Florida Farmer and Incipient Lung UlseaseT
WANTfD Homesteekor, Box 360, Jacksonville Chronic Catarrh of the
Fla! B2-t// Lungs Catarrh of the Bronchial; Tubes
nnd other almllar affections. Many sut-
forers who said bad lost all
- --- T -- FORRENTFurnished rooms or they hop-
apartments for light housrkeeplnir. and had, been given up by physicians
In modern, .onvonl"t.l\oUIIP, clone In. declaro t4iey have been completely
Mrs Kl K-Welln. Real Estate and In.suranee. .- lellevud by Lung Germlne. It your
116 Mabbette St. 1'hone 242. rough and other symptoms are due to
-. weak; lungs, serious development
.FOR HA MO-A house tent. 12x14 feet may follow neglect. NOW Is the tlm, .-
good canvas and wood to begIn on LUNG OERMINH and
new" fly floor
with sides two feet high H. H Phillips build up and strengthen your lun"",..
Lung Orrmlne bas relieved Incipient.L.un .
at Mis\
I house boarding r Ulscoses,, accordlnir, to statei.ients -
46ItpdFUR of sufferers themselves, a. well
icI: ., HKNT-: -Unfurnlxhed na statements from their doctor_
four apartmentwith and the patient remain strong and lit
rooms bath and HcruenedOrtolirr i splendid heallU to'luy.
I You take no chances when you try
PINi'V'Ii1. STAB11F'VT: Ole Itl'PFIt IA7NO OKUM1NU It U not like ch_r>.
Two thousand Laborers orf Government Canton !sT. OIiNN UIS'.IU1'111tA1NAa. I I: c""fol1 bronchial) .".,'rups.medicine It la of a real proven IUDR merit.and

Try one bottle and see for yourself
211. 10IO, 'to iCciober S.: 11111. how quickly and splendidly It acts-
A full mouL.i's supply, which formerly

ment. Wages two dollars and twenty cents Oct. 2(1, Kalance" ). ______--Sit,S13.Ofc cort-00.15.If no,you can are now tot ba ..had.Ulsflod for.: with only
May 19. Loan. .
perr' --20 0(10( 00 tho benefit you; hnve derived after,)
April II, lcmnn-,-__ 400000 uilng one full bottle ask the druggist -
i 01 20, I ham Randolph & Co._ 423.00 for pc"" money back.
Unifmm. Tax Collection.Brevard Good
: county ____ Lung Oermlne druKKistseverywhere., or can get It f> : t
day. Apply in person to A. Bentley & Sons Co Orange wiunty, _XII 44J.24 from their wholesalers '\y .'"

. <... . ,. SJt,79B.SWarrants , ; "

: : paid -----------___ 23.222.26 LUNG GER1VIJNE
y T. United States Cantonment Contractors Office Balance ..T .
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'.., .. . .. $1J.79&.87. f CENTRAL DRUG $TOflEI

'e ) /;. ; ,foot' of Laura. '. Jacksonville. Florida. L..i I_/*'.t',t. _- n.._ -L.-Treasurer.SWING- . ,I

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Touring Car $360.00 <> ,

:i. . ( In a few days I will offer' for sale Runabout .. $345.00 \1\' :\', : ... -, .'",,, ,11:1,: ', .
S'I I Chatit . . $325.00 -. '! ':' "

"An; at a, sacrifice the entire stock of Dry -Truck . 1., .. $600.00) , ," .. '.,I., .
Goods and Notions of the Quality II F. 0. B. DETROITFord ". "" j 1 . "

! Store and will continue the sale until ,1/I '
;>. Parts and 'Accessor Furniture .
Purchasing Your
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VV ies liberal ,
at prices.
, ,, all are sold. '
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: Liberal Terms if Desired Stoves and House
line will be Haberdashery ,. L Furnishings ,
J ; '" My regular I ."' ,

t''qr,. ,j..... from know
III' will have
.. and Shoes. Ir" us you you :
,:! :'. Osceola Motor Co.

"\ ', .,'f' the right goods at- the '
.4 O.aato".Oulldl" 0. right price.?

;? .< 'FRED' S. .G1LBER.f. KISSIMMEE, FLA. ,'. .

', ... . B.BRYAN T..O. WALKER :
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; Mrs..,C.,'Evers of Babylon! *{J. V.,
;; arrived) with her three .
'Tuesday night
'I. .LOCAL isf
] children. Mrs. 'Ever will spend the

l.f.;: , winter with' Mr. and Mrs. \V' : J, ,:;I. c. H. GRANTHAM"The
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> ';. 1 ket. Phone 132. ; C. l2. 'Ccniff of Nal'coo"swas\ in '

: ,Weather Report I I A*. S: Nelson' made a business' trip4flt4.1w. the- city Tuesday. :Mr. Denig has a Satisfactory Store" :.
..... ........ .. ' .10 lendid 'of fruit on for , ;. .'
: :: : _- :tI :H.u.1 1 .et; Mw- ...:- ",w wwWhen 'e hitlf'i0't crop (!l't11fIf.11j Jus'P''Pl''h_grove._._ ... .. .. --. -' '-. ,--.-,.' .............. :-....-""-: '). : ._..._...:........::.....,,-.x.:..dp..a. ? ...,._.. ..,...... .. ""
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"\- Following you want t'ltndi"t'\ the beet.Whitman' ; : ;: :: PJ one"T,-.:--c;- ,
are daily tempe1'l1J. "
; 1 Col. Gco. W. Fox returned home .' '
of" tures and reI fresh everlpeek: at CENTRAL 10'" :
, I.::. at Klftnimmee fo" Hit week ending .--RJ1.-Kaea-of-Orlaudo, ..wasgro.lingold where ho has been for the past several ... .. '
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.., Thursday; "NvorrlIa : wee s windmjr'up'liis l legal l business. :, .
.' Mln. Rain .1 friends in.; Kjfesimmee Monday. ''
.. >'", .' .__. _--Si 56' Our line of stationary, is Unsur I Miss Lucy l jllierspdon is! making s j We are preparing to get out a fold- Mi8rjo Malloy arrived: Monday '
r \ -. Friday .-____87 66 .26 passed. 'It will suit your taste CENTRAL W: B. S3dlert formerly vice prosl- her home at tho'hQme of the Nelson' "'i1 describing our best bargains, and VAIoaUv:Ga., to spend the win .-1 ; '
'I 1// Saturday_ .- 68 DRUGSTORE. <- dent and cashier of the Heard Na- I family l on Broadway; during/the absence send them \broadcast throughout the tar with tHiihTfiierE.( D. Malloy ,'It'ItCrom "
Sunday --*- tional Bank of Jacksonville chief ""* -.
'i" now of her father j orth. Shall we include your property Miss Mai. 'uy frienJa hv
' 'Monday ____._ 89 67 :Mrs E. C. Livermore arrived
h state bank examiner, spent a few days tho'North ( at its value Nelson Realty Cpm- who will be plin.lao beinJ'-mauJ_ "
____. 86 f 8 to the winter I We receiving inquiries from '
, Tuesday > I Wednesday night spend fro .
week business.
here last
official :
pnny. turn. tab. held I in G.-A-,
reliable investments i
R t Wednesday ___74 C9 here.. I. ,, as to.good -
.. Mrs T. B. Griffin arrived here Sunday -good nmg of: November ;PI Off:
and. to give
\ 51 Thursday _____70 54' are prepared you
' Get, one of our doff books.: ]It costs
for extended with her
7 an stay service if you desire to sell!! your prop. E III.
: .' dP4* oH+O< you nothing and will tell you how to daughter, Mrs. A. W." Bailey, after erty at'its value. Nels6n Realty Com* .. '.. : !'\'
,. keep ypur dofr'well. CENTAL DRUG- ...
.. visiting? for several' months at her pany., ;, ..
Fire'J naurance. See A. E. Drought. STORE. former home in Carrollton and other '

b' ;: < ,:. Complete line fresh mtnts. Sani-1f' Mayor: [ J. S. Cadet returned (Sunday points in Georgia. The Kissimmee '.,J'

;' Vtary Market. Phone 132. night from a business trip to Washington Clarence A. Johnson, son of Mr. and .. I

'":,:a. Mrs. M. Katz is in Asheville, N C., D. C Mrs. K. S. Johnson, left Tuesday for Drop Us a CardFOR
Mary Pickford, Amerioa's sweet. active duty In the. United States naval Steam
... ,' '.where she is a.guest at the :Manor. Laundry
;.....' Fresh fish, Tuesdays and Friday. heart of the screen will appear at the reserve. Mr. Johnson enlisted Aug-' PRICES ON
Casino tonight.Matinee: 3:30: p. m., ust 14. 1917. He will report at; the
Sanitary Market Phone .132.J .
night 8:15. i
: Charleston yard.
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Mr*. Frank Bass left yesterday for I Sweeping CompoundThe '
:J. a- week's visit -with relatives at Se- C. W. Ward spent Monday in Jack- Joe Prevatt, son of Mrs. Sarah' Pre- Will Open Mondqy
" sonville attending a meeting of the vatt, received notice that his name
1 ring. ...
a board of directors of the defunct was' drawn in the selective draft and
,.. FOR RENT-Large furnished homey2 Gore Disinfectant Co. _
Heard National Bank. left this week for Camp Jackson, near under old
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.-. cm Mabbette street.-'lpse in. Apply I Geo. W. Persons, went up to Or- Columbia, S. C. Mr. Prevatt "'f fr\s-\ . P
lfipremises to :Mrs. II. C. Lightsey. pORLANDO FLA. 44-tf: .
"( ; lando Tuesday to attend the funeral of tered in Putnam county where he1 was ,!
46-lt-pd |I his old.1 friend and neighbor", John living at that time. . management.
' Mra. L. W. Pilley has returned from ,I I Ha'nner who died In that city: ,
business ) I '
to Lakeland. I Your Patronage Solicited. i,_
mer, fisherman and all round good fellow "

Weahav Irnmedlat e"anlexceptional: sale 'all goo&bargaincfor and esae "with* "*of his Aw Rosalie-j i man- ""< KIQ,;'"wasij;;KfSimmee'frlendS'thlk shaking:; hands " '?:i//: ,,"", ; ;Hello, .f J hnAM'i: \ = ft ftNICKLE I.ii'. ; ,.;1/,'.:.;,,.,;.'. '';,.,'!,J,. ',,. ,,:' ,,,.A.' F. KRITZ-m;i",. ,,:" ,,A""o',',''.: t ; .

show you a 80n Realt om ,.\'" ,:"!';J .'fjj'llJlf""IJYJ.4'? iI"i,1\ ; y, I l'r. :f, 1.t.: h'' :" .:. !4;,'I,r'r--" I ",td,\ I,
pang Beep 18 back from an extend How ii the wife, and kiddies? :'tll .. ),.., ,:.!.''' ,.. ,'r:. ,I\':::, /," .' at lyP'iJ1 yt lI'l4Si! 't il'"f" '" Jw .
JI D Hunter, ot :A visit n ohIo and Also i PittSburlt, They are"Dom(6neYou'; .ee' my' groceries of the SPLIT B ; : J[;

lias: accepted the position of pharma.1coist Pa.1 r. Recp .owns one. -f'the prettiest GROCERY and it is all sanitary: and I hare no doct r'l billsto
at the Osceola Pharmacy. i country places-in this vi'cihity.: . -
pay. Be det line'to much I can buy them better clothing and
WANTED-To rent at once an organ -
Mrs. C. E. Donig of Narcoossoe warmer clothing. i : ;
or piano. Apply after 5 clock who has been crillcally ill at the homeof ... .
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Saturday evening at the gospel tents!i Mrs. S. J. Sou>rs, is improving in R. S. FLOYD
on Broadway. 46-lt-pd.;. health rapidly. Prices of Groceries for This Week :'
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Job Chapman has changed his base I The body of the late Mrs. II. A. Dealer In
from the Corner Drugstore to the 11010'1 KcSTcr, who died here last April!, was C Sugar 11 Ibs_________$1.00 Evaporated Peaches. 18c r ?eA
Jar Limit, where he will be 'iisinterrwl Friday and shipped) to Lisbon Granulated Sugar 10 Jbi$1.00 lb. 2 for____.*._______ 35c. '
serve his frit nds. Ohio, for buricl. Gold Mcdal: Flour 24-lb. Good Prunes, Ib_________ 17c Groceries, Hay Grain and Feed r
That Nyal's Peroxide Vanishing I i sack _______________$1.75 Maxwell House Coffee, lb..32c i
j R. E. McLoughlin of Fort Drum, '

-, :. .' only Cream' as For good sale a'l!' the by best CENTRAL and cost 11(I: way was in to the Wednesday Mr. :McLaughlin; on hid is Pillsbury Pillsbury tack ____Flour.Flour_______::24lb.12-lb.._,-r.80. :I Arbucklet fee lb. _Breakfast_4.______Cof-____ 28c' ,! Corner Broadway 4 and: Dakin, 'Ave.

DRUGSTORE. Arbucklet Package Coffee. i Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed
installing n telephone system at sack I :v 90c J'
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lb. _______________ 24c
:', : "New Chronicles'of Rebecca by Okcechobee, and says he js finding it Self Rising Flour. 24-Ib. -
, ,; Kate Douglas Wiggin and "Bettie difficult to secure phones and other tack _________1"_____$1.60 Whitehouse C offee. Ib___, 34e II' ,
, ,.. Zane," by Zane Grey, are new books equipment at this timo on account of Self Riling: Flour 12lb.tack Bliss Coffee Ib--z==::=: 26cBeit --- _
Bulk Coffee Ib 20c .
just- received at the Kissimmee library. the large demands being made on the 8Sc I ; *********** *
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Good Green __
: Coffee Ib 18c
manufacturers .
: .'. ; by the government. Self Riling Flour 6-lb. Table
: Peaches Cal. Henv' :
'J tack ,-- ---,------- 45c t Buy AccordingTo '
Oleomargarine: 33c Syrup. 3 lb. can______ 25c I:
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Grits and Meal. 6 l-2c Ib.,
Butter Ib_______49c
Creamery: 4 Ibs. ______________ 2Sc :I" > Purse "'
HOOVERIZEYour 'Best Clover Bloom Butter Best Head Rice. Ib______ lOc : . Your
lb. -------1 __________54e ..
Fancy California Pears 3

Rnmford't Baking Powder Ibt. _______________: ESe :
:, . : Buying and Help Win the Ib -- -------________ 2Sc California Cherries 3 lb. : If you can afford to wear high-priced shoes, by all
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.f' War! The Taylor Stores Will Calumet Ib Baking: Powder. 20c --caD-_ -_===.__-__---- 30e : means wear them, but..- -- -- '
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: Bullhead Catsup bottle___ lOc :! .
Wisconsin Full Cream
, Help You! Olive, plain, bottle______ 12c '
Cheese, Ib __ 34c .
i Do
N ------- not buy Shoes or any '
.. Stuffed Olives bottle;___ 12c .
Shioped .Egg. guaranteed!
Belt Creamery Butter._____-50c White Salt Meat...-._____-__30c dozen -- ---__.--'i .-.._. 43c French Mustard large: bottle ;. thing else extravangantly. -
12 lha. White Pastry Flour____80c Fine Smoked Meat__,----:.---35c Tvmatoet.No.2 can. 14c I, -------;-,.-___. J.2(. , ."

12 Ibs. Self Rising Flour______85c Maxwell House Coffee__-_____29cBlist Seediest. Raisins 14Scan, White Bacon bests; 3 Ibt.'__$1.00 : We have many styles of Shoes this store in ,

12 Ibt. Bread Flour__________85e \ Coffee ____,_r___1:_____25c Best 2.for'Can__Pumpkins______-.__3-lb.___ 2Se Armour Armour Star Star Ham 32c 40c price from $2.50 to $8.00. ip ranging" '

-F--. 100 lbs Hen Scratch_______$4.10 100 Ibt. Mill Shortt_________$2.7S can ____________ 14c Chicken Scratch Feed. .
: No. 3 Table Peart.___________20c No. 2 :Table Peart_____?_--_17c Rote Brand Milk w no- I 4 l-2c lb. 100 Ibt._____$4.25 3, Plenty of moderately priced good

No. 2 Tomatoes, 2 for_-_______25c No.'l Tomatoes_____________lOc Pet Cream, 3 cans-------- 20c Oyster Shell, per Ib__?___ -lc <3 Shoes ?
Mica ____ .. at $4.50. $5.00 and $6.00, a a.w
I Van Camp's Cream 3 cans 20c Grit per Ib ___1 l-2c -/ .
>> NO. 2 CAN GOOD CORN, lOc. Van Camp's Cream, tall caa.ISc;, Best Sweet Feed________$2.75 '
Juice, __ Best Shorts $2.75 t Plenty at $7.00 and 800. For those who can afford x'
I Grape large: bottle 40c ------------:- 3

THECHEAPER YOU -BUY THE MORE VARIETIES YOU Matches pkg.: ,__________ .05 Oats No.. 1-____________$2.175 t them, we have Shoes at $10.00. ;I

I' THE MORE VARIETY YOU HAVE THE ,FEWER STAPLES White Naptha Soap. 6c bar Bran No. 1_____________$2.50 :!. t tC
,. ,. HAVE. YOU.NEED.. Octagon 6 for -Soap.------6c---bar---,,..6, 3Sc 'I Spaghetti.>kg.: 5c, 6 for _L2ScMacaroni j.1 Buy according to your purse-.. ,.

r- ,. VARIETY IS THE SPICE OF LIFE for _.r_______--__,4.35c I pkg. 5c. 6 for,_. 25e Don't stingc and waste. *
"" .5 cent pkg. Black Pepper Macaroni large Dkt'r._____ lOc E ,

... I.. SATURDAY SPECIAL SATURDAY SPECIAL two for._________-___ 5c I. ._AU, Washing Powders, pk .__51. We have a large stock of the latest styles in the cclc- t .. ,
Other things: numerous to mention correspondingly low' Queen Quality Shoes for women., ,'
S1.JS9 1.69 pnces. ,. v

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: i-f CROP PESTS: NUMBER EIGHT I i. Sweet Potato Weevil Round: .' SPECIAL REPORT: .._... '. 'i.i''"

The Room ., f
Dining Dmvml> Food C..nmi..ion Stock "
-r Yards Illinois
In Three Sections FloridaBy ,

or TMCManhattan This is the eighth' ,of a aerie of 'twenty-five' gallons and mixed as described j. October 23", 1917. '

r articles covering the control of the i.bove. The stock: solution can Today's-Receiptsl: Cattle 6000; hogs r

4''i 1 Hotel various, insects ,and diseases we-tnay be, made twice as strong if desired }by ( J. R, Watson) II Dissemination! 9500; sheep 1800. '"
Investigations by the ,State Plant The beetles do not fly from one field CATTLE The market ha livened I''"
expect on Florida I shall using$ J0(> 11\s.: materlalto each barrel
our crops.
Board have shown that the sweet Potato .to another, but travel short distancesby ; bit this week, and shows t
,- endeavor1 to give directions! .avoid when two and a half gallons will rep- up quite a
1"i i' i root weevil Cylas( formicarius) crawling. They reach distant fields] advance over the mean' close of: ftvfiM\
'' Is Now ing1 trouble all fur as possible for, rtseril the desired five pounds.; Some- is of wide-spread occurrence and, new localities entirely by the aid some
Opens more / cattle
; 'being
, f;( recognizing it when ,it appears, and times it I is desirable to use Bordeaux last Friday, grown'
than had hitherto been supposed.. It of man. They are transported largely while
erally 25c to 40c.higher, k
+ for the best Control.] These articles mixture when the foliaglewould] burn
's *. R. B. Svc, Owner and Mgr is found in three parts of the state: ,in I two ways: Through infested sweet show advance of lOc to,16c per
cannot ell Individual needs so with so strong a solution as 6-5-50. It *
cover ,
"f' Baker the lower East Coast potatoes shipped from infested district
.. county, j I an 4
I invite personal] correspondence, can then beweakened, by a.3- -50'cir a out
from Brevard southward andsome and the of
, county through shipment Good to choice
A, whether from, the backyard garden 3-(i-60, but such mixtures should be QUOTATIONS,! L
of the islands off the West Coastin draws. '
or commercial] plantings., Vised, only when tender. foliage makes. grass steers,.$8 to $9; medium to good i
Lee County I It is'not, of,course, in 1 How to Avoid the Weevil to medium $6 to ;
N.: M G. FRANCE, them necessary. $7 to $8;; common, ,
AIRS. .e'very field! nor even In every' community To '\avoid carrying the pest to his \ choice stockers and '
solutions will In- $B.75; good.0
Chairman of Committee on' Plant 1 he stock keep

conso$ PIIRMER4 Disease) arid Insect Control, Jacksonville definitely. except for evaporation?", of within those m eas. farm, the grower should not carry feeders $ This weevil Is destructive sweet home
Fla.' I water. Mark on barrel at surface of extremely potatoes either for food good $5.75 to $0.25; ;fat cows $6.75 to
I orients when, leaving 'for any' time td t ,aw.'eel potatoes When it once or"bedding' purposes unles'he,is sure $7.50;;' medium $6 to $6.50( ; cutters ,
--'- gets thoroughly established in a com they came from'a district free from ,
to fl $5.40
1111 $5.75 $ canners
and In with water to this mark ;
SELLSFire Sprays nnd How to- tW Them (Cont.) ,l trfore using, "This keeps.the up strength munity, .the production of sweet! polar \weevils It is not enough that there, yearlings $5,85 to' $,6j; heretics $7 to' :

BISULPHIDE: CARBON is j uniform.: Cover to protect from trash t.O9'on a commercial: scale Is no long- BI'e'no w'eevilsf to be s<
used in fumigation.\ : Besides controlling -* scr possible! and it,, is. difficult to, grow weevils i inside of a potato might easily bulls .
to $6.50.
Life, Accident and that! might,. be blown in. Dilute solutions to $7, and light $6 a
soil\ pests as, shown In'previous juickly deteriorate and it is far enough even for home consumption.cscription'and escape notice,. The.Safest plait is for HOGS: Market very1 irregular] awl "-.t

:Health Plate ,Glass, Liability ., articles, it is a valuable household jir* I better: to mix the Bordeaux at each ]) Damage the farmer to raise 'on his own farm 25e, lower,, with a top of $16',40: ; ',

tide] in protecting flour, meal, rice, filling of .the, tank This caution' is The first indication of the presenCe! all the sweet potatoes he needs so choice hogs 180.]Ibs: ,up to $15.75 to :. !

t and.Boiler Insurance dried> fruit, etc.,',frmo weevils.! Wet equally applicable to the, 'commercial of this beetle that the farmer is likely] that he will not have to,bring,home $16.40; mixed hogs ICO' Ibs. up $ 'f'

Executed little pieces! 'of clean white cloth and Bordacux. to notice is in the condition, of 'the doubtful cries.( Also, be careful not to $15,50; 120 "to 150-lb. pigs $14 to ,;,

'J Legal l Bonds push down into,the flour barrel or lay ,, "FORMALIN"" is a trade name for potatoes. These are tunneled -throughand get draws or vines .for planting'from $14.50; lighter pigs $12 to $13.50; best o'.i

such cloths across the top of smaller through until they are honeycombed infested territory. The State Plant around and half fat' .
Same Day Needed. j 140 per.cent, forri'1adeh'de.] ,It is used rough hogs $15; <(
containers of food to be treated; the for' treating scabby potatoes as described In these tunnels will be Board has quarantined\ districts roughs at $11 to $12. Trade closed 1r.

Y fumes of bisulphide'work downward,I in Article III and, for dsinfectmg found all stages of the insect-egg, known to be, infested and neither very weak t\ the prices. "t

OFFICE: State Bank Building Two or three,tablespoonfuls 4s enoughto garden seed as in Article.IV, grub, puva and,beetle. The beetle ,is draws nor ''unfumigated sweet pota SHEEP: Trade bout steady, with I

fumigate a barrel, but more does Such treatm ptw91'X.kills.: ] t about one-fourth, inch long. )Iti aMo- toes can legally:! be snipped from in- bulk of the good 'to choice lambs ;sell:: .'

:;,;,- 'a-c'--:: ---- . .....--.-.. .. ,.---- ;fl' !I exLSOSUreMIPhS' :.-Jf.l! :'t:heH'oTBtBty arid-MoesMi'ot",{ ]; : germs Tnalt-e"- ,Jnen...-,.jj'Il'1Jndrrc-. : : ---: l-.JD..J.I1 p :an.1 1:'. 'hin.... l(' .,arrritor mJf4fc* f.k.,..The"nmdHli.-i.! n.dai! p. M-4 .'.. WlW&t 1 :' @tiiMVWnKW' 01I disagreeable scent rajvdly disappears mg blue in color. Its thorax, headand then 181 the illegal carriage of un- \ "
I a'OOe'aa;8P0660040M. + them immune reinfection. $15 to $16; fat sheep $11; chopper ,;
t the food Is 'as ] legs are brown, and the long wee inspected roots or draws from
and palatable and one \i"
$B canners $5 .to $Angora goats
HYDRATED LIME is neither an ; 4\( \
TILLER healthful vil-like beak which is held straight out place to another. Be' sure the certifi'
t a s even' Bisulphide killsanything I
insecticide or ,fungicide. When used $7,25 to $8.25; goats $7 to $7.75; ,,'
1.. Estate'Agency.Realty =.1 t .. / ..that breathes its fumes induatBprays i it isonly to dilute the In front of the head i is black. Its thor- cateofthe: nursery inspector is on alldraws and kids $9 to 1050. .. "
strong enough andlg enoug If -a'ciss'maalandthelegsareThese! 4)enfr ; you buy.Control. "
n..t..t.f.. ............f. active ingredient so as to cover more characteristics in Measures NATIONAL LIVESTOCK COM:1
don't results] : connectionwith
from its
: you get use you MISSION "
surface It CO"J
; is
a waste of'time to scatter ,

bought and sold' 'have not used it right. It i is very 'inflammable -I the ]lime alone over the plants. the fact that the. three parts, of When this pest has become established -' "J

Houses rented. l and must not be near fire PARIS GREEN is caustic in the body are united less rigidly than ] on a farm it is necessary .to "

t Taxes paid and >Titles verified t or intense! heat very most beetles, give to this. weevil much take energetic measures against it. At GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS" :
its-effect on plant tissue and
'l for iion-re idents. '" i BORDEAUX MIXTURE PASTE: I j of on !the IIppeal"ance.of a large yellow ant: digging;! ,! time all infested( potatoes TO CONSTIPATED CHILD
our crops cannot l be> used even in
t Fire, Life and Accident'\ In- ., Use from 5 to 10 lbs to 50 gallon :i extreme dilution. Its first cost is less] hence: the name formicarius. The! should be picked up carefully and fed

turance. J water, according to tendeinoss of foliage iiiuljn which lire always found in the to the pigs or cattle. By no means!
than of Delicious "Frult oan't
| arsenate lead, but since it Laxatlva" harm
Indemnity njR and resistance of disease. tunnels, are light cream color.] should infested potatoes be left in the
; j 3t Keep | washes off at first rain, the arsenateof tender little Stomach, Liver;
water in opened can!* as suggestedfor Infested potatoes !have fl very bitter field. Where the weevil \lt! present it and Bowola.

-- ...,.. .tG-, 4 OOOOOoo arsenate of lead 1>1I5te. For small I lead is generally the cheaper in the taste whu-h makes them (entirely unfit 'would be useless to try to store any of .
-- long Paris
run. should mixed
1 green \ -
4 i Ii for human/ food or even for stock the potatoes, even those apparently Look the a "
f. O>O>oo) o.-ouoooooooo O> '. to one gallon water. j and 4 ] (00..1'In any considerable quantity.. not infested. One would be sure to ., your little onu's stomach, ]liver ',
to,5 unslaked lime
BORDEAUX MIXTURE POWDER to Life History store enough infested potatoes with amt bowels) need cleansing at one'. :

C.W.. GRIFFIN should be used as received or in combination I neutralize some of its caustic quali- The adult beetles, attack the plants'n the sound ones to spoil the entire lot When peevish, cross, ]listless i ,doemi'tsloeji ' I
j ties. Irish potatoes, tomatoes, eggplants eat or act naturally, or Is f<-\i>iUli "-
: before
:mixed the field, entering the root at the spring. The apparently sound
sprays two parts Bordeaux cabbages/ etc., are the stonnuh four, breath bad ; has ore .....
Staple and FancyGROCERIES mixture powder to one part ar- j only crops upon which it can be used stem end. Theyeat the potatoes,' potatoes should be either fumigated throat, dinrrhaa, full of cold, give a .. ,
senate of'lead powder, or twenty forming cavities in which the females with carbon bisulphide orshipped at icu/ |xKjiiful- of "California t\MH[ ut .:,
For dust tpray use one'part Paris Figs' and in few hours', 41't1' tlic f.UI.'IIRt1plltt "
If a ,
parts )Bordeaux to one part Paris lay their! oval, yellowish-white 3ggs. once. gent to legions! where the .
green to twenty parts hydrated lime. m These are about one-fortieth of sweet potato is not grown or the win- aiwnur
Bordeaux mixture an ,
rreen. powder is lillo ,
In poisoned baits Paris green is fullyas gently moves out of iU little w
used with success against the ]less resistant effective inch long. The larvae which hatch ter is severe; little damage will resultif bowels] without griping, end you lime a

diseases,like rust,of tomatoes, as any other poison and from them grow to a length of' one- there should be a few infested potatoes vvl), playful cliilil again. Ask your
Free Delivery to all Parts by cheaper. druggist for bottlo of "California
fourth inch. in the lot. After the / a. .
They then the is .
I but Is really] only about 40 enter pupil crop ; .
(To be continued Syrup .of Figs, which contain full
i ) !
1 of the harvested
i City j Strong an application as \the liquid State stage! without leaving the ,potato. hogs should be turned into direction for babies, children of all age,
f Bordeaux and should never be' used papers copy. Thus the entire life history may be the field to eat all refuse roots and and for grown-ups ,a.

..o.oooooooooo.oooo ooo : _I for control of Itish potato blight, LIKE AN ELECTRIC] spent inside of a sweet potato, If one vines in which the weevils might"con-J' gas

t (1t W. B. Crawford Lee Jarrell) HOME-MADE D BORDEAUX MIX- UU1'T'oON:/ TOES attempts to keep the potatoes in storage tinue to 'breed.- ;

,/ CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW TURE: Very'ftw growers attach any the weevils will continu to bleed ,State papers please covy.CORRESPONDENTS What is LAX-FOS
Tells. why". a corn is so painful and :in them all 'and '
winter will
......... importance the making of Bor- says cutting makes usually :/ WANTED LAX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA 'v;
". : "I,, :leaux. mixture beyond being sure' they ., ', them grow, '" ', ,. spoil the entire lot. 'They breed'also A Digestive Liquid Laxative, Cathartic
"Offices: 4.,5f 6, and 7 .Citizen.' t y ENOUGH>lime' I><-TheJ.MainejEx4 "1- bn'the'large f fleshy roots of certain The Gazette wants a correspondent and Liver Ton ic. Contains Cascara Bark,' :
> rat [ Bank Building,;,v -' g & 55&J*'"* -* w .p rrii nnifln( -TTiprnini in Dine Flag Root, Rhubarb Root ;:;
Press Black
tm l ,
/ 'FJorida o<< : Station has most carefully an electrrc button and you pecies of/wild! morning glories, which every community Osceoja county.
Kiasimmee : ", ii: lu I'tt. contacttwith Send in the news, it will help the Root,May Apple Root Senna Leaves and .
forma Iivewirowhich
,'; .", _. a elose1y
: related I
< r ed out different combinations Y ere to the sweet ...
. of rings,,: the bell &When yourLshoes pressagainstt.ourCorn : po-. paper and will Keep your rection before I'epSin. Combines strength! with palatable ,. ". ;1" ,
gluestonejjand] |!limejf tatoo ) '" aromatic taste. Does not .
M.k'. and I find SPA11 'it1)pushes its sharp the publi". gripe. SOo
T. RIVERS M D. .materials' 1 == '
should be roots down _,
y carefully weighed upon a sensitive nerve and --- , -
9 PHYSICIAN and SURGEON uid measured." 'Properly] prepared you get; a shock of pain.. rr ,

Office' over Osceola Pharmacy Bordeaux mixture should contain five Instead of trimming your corns, I'v
a '*n>on. Residence (t l'which merely makes them grow, just
pounds each
] and ]lime i
Office 14i. copper sulphate step into arty drug store and ask fora

'. fifty gallons of water. Never pour quarter of an ounce of freezone. **-' .

nncentratt'd solutions of l;me and This will cost very little but is sufficient The' Citrus Industry 'of Florida

C. F. THRASHER ppper sulphate together The most to remove e\ery hard or soft J
corn or callus from one's feet. A few :
elr SHEE7 METAL WORKER Jhesive and satisfactory: mixture is drops applied directly upon 'a tender, of Greater Importance Than Ever

Mutal Roof. Put on and iiepared ny ilut'ng! each strong solution aching corn stops the renews instantly I ;_1,
Guarantied i, with half] of the water and then and; soon the corn shrivels up All good things develop] their full measure of usefulness through periods :\I
I 'l hcfe two dilute solutions (o it lifts right out, root and all, with- of stress and struggle Even civilization itself attains its advances by means .
PHONE I4 .R KISSIMMEf, FLA should] be
tribulations. world is with the of :
of trials and
out pain. This drug freezone is harm- wrung misery war:
initcj quickly 'and thoroughly mixedat less and never inflames or even Irritates that tomorrow mankind may enjoy the blessings freedom. '

I DR. W. W. CARSON once." Best results] are obtained'f I the surrounding skin. Florida] has had her share of trouThe citrus industry! has' been of

DENTIST care is taken to add the water slow- I4.!,s. Like the fabled Phoenix which greater; importance than any other f
I ly to the lime while slaking, but i it, I To Cure a Cold In One Day. rObe triumphant from its ashes, the in the development of Florida. Or-
Office over Pilley Building should be thoroughly stirred Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It etop*the State has emerged from every catas- angel and grapefruit have brought
and five
OtTlc Hour.S: -11. 1-1 Cough end Headache and rorka off the Cold.Dru"ai.le before.
than vast of into the State
stronger ever sums
I trophe money \
gallons! of refund money i! U ftila to cure.I4 .
Offle' 'Phone 1(1 Realdenc 'Phon I { each diped out, diluted
I I Oa Administered for Extraction W. GBOVB signature on each box. 30c. Today she is greater and of more and have given full value received .,: i
Teeth i usefulness to humanity than at any to those who have bought; and consumed f'
1 1'| previous period of her existence, them, in food value and i

I OL ... XRIBEn W. .. 3TEBI contributing to the welfare of the health conservation. Never was "
10' KRIBBS & STEED Nation in more ways than is the there a time when citrus culture deserved ""!,
privilege of other State. consideration.
any more J
Soundness and Stability Demonstrated '>;
Legal business of all kinds ghee ?

.. \ prompt attention. FertilizerWith i I the' Future of Citrus Growing is Assured r

Ot ce. 11 and 11 State Bank Bide.
i .' KIssImmee, Florida. L From every temporary reverse formance of the citrus industry ...=...- .
,: that has visited the citrus industry which has brought into the State un ;"
I of Florida] .it has come forth bigger told millions of dollars. The orange .,:',
Tat..Jehneton, Q.', p. Gar!.t+ full realization] of,,,the_disastrous influence'of and better. And a* there has come and grapefruit grove still' offers a .. d
C JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW the war on all business routine buyers have about a diversification of the produc most promising form-of investment..
our put
tion of the State, benefiting her peeBuckeye Nurseries have .. '
.. forth unprecedented effort to secure the greatest advantages field
ple by widening the of their and prospered for forty years in a n .
l i, possible for.our trade. usefulness, the dominant importance business founded on faith in this in
Office 10, 11, and 12 Citizen. Baal of the citrus grove ,has been made dustry. This faith today is stronger ;,, I
Building more evident. '
and more pronounced than ever be ;
KlMlromee.. Pie.1l Full Stock-- There has been .In the past few fore, not as a matter of sentiment ':
t- ight PricesWe years greatly increased planting !of but as a business proposition based :
staple crops and much attention to oji existing conditions. We shall bo :"
; LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW livestock raising. All of this is of only too glad to give "reasons for .4:

lt have a complete line of fertilizers and the vast benefit to Florida] as a whole. the faith that is in us" to any person .y
rh But let us not overlook the past perwho will write us.
greatest stock of fertilizer materials ever known in '"I

: Waring: Building. the State of Florida.'Prices] are higher than in nor- If you do not have our latest catalog, please ask for free copy ; '

," .... mal times, but are as low as consistent with existing ;"'"

I < conditions. ,'' Buckeye Nurseries l"j jLV :,

"' # '. J. W. THOMPSON ,"' .. 1134 Citizens Bank Bid*. I ,

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Ideal Formulas Tampa Florida -

: r :Funeral. Director M. a,Qlllet' -_ D. o. oni." ,.

Our formulas ale) nave ,the same perfect proportioning -
-\,1\ and blending of Ingredients that havo'madatheir 3 '

Jj superior field value the past quarter century. a i\ t l a u
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Ugh Calomel)l Sickens; Salivates I '

Coop and Thomas J. Cole are Miss Ray Stickney was. a caller in .

, if '. OFFICIALS FALLS DOWN FLAT tack from an auto trip to Alabama.N. Kissimmee toMiss on Tuesday. Please Try' Dodson's Liver Tone '

., Floyd Brawn and wife arrived Jane Warner was a Kissimmee '- ,
r -- Tuesday and are located at their/ homein 'Visitor 'on Wedne.daY.last.:

jl' : 1 It !develops that the.petition; filed by "'" the East. End.. 'I' 'Mr. and 'Mrs. S.'w. Porter motoredto X i: am sincere I !My piedicino does I not jipsef liver w

Board of trade for the recall oir f *' Orlando Wednesday. and bowels
.'the VETERANS' ASSOCIATION Mr. G. W, Ten Eyck recently returned on BO you lose.a day's work pLt
. of the
and various
the Mayor -, from a business ,trip to New Rev. A. R* Ash of Dexter, N. Y., a. .

:.,required I The association met with"'good at. York, and is seriously 111 at his 'homeIn !lias: bought the Pet Us place( en Ohio I I, T

of tendance I October 27th:2 p. m. the East..End rtrenue., Calomel loses you a day r You druggist sells for a few cents a largo .w
: list
: The- last published
election. President Kenney called to order know what calomel is. It's
: mer- bottle olDodson'
:. 'voters contained 514 names, thirty Mr and Mrs. McLaughlin turned Mrs. Morseman, who has been on I Liver Tone, which N
S and the opening'song., "America by cury ; quicksilver. Calomel is dan- is
'per"' cent, of which would be 154]l, the choir. ,. last week from their trip North' and the sick list for the past six, weeks is, perous. It crashes into sour bile, ,take entirely and is vegetable and substitute pleasant for to
; : '.i names.,, The petition' contains 164 Prayer by Chaplain Beauchamp.More are glad to be 'at their home in 'the 'on the road 'to recovery., like dynamite, cramping and sick calomel. It is guaranteed\: to' star

',,7' names, all of 'which are not registered, music by the choir. East End of town. Mrs. ]horseman, .who has been '011 ening' you': Calomel attacks the your Liver t ,without stirring 'you
,i' leaying '163 names of registered votes Secretary's. report read and receiv 'Mr. 'Lafayette Johnson went over the sick list for the past six weeks?) l isOn bones and should never, be put into inside,-and can not salivate.' v' e

>,; ers. Of these, nearly fifty have dcTnanded ed., Invitation for' all new 'and old to. Kissimmee Tuesday morning's the:'road to recovery, your system., _. Don't take calomel l I It makes you -. --

I'; that their ,names be removed comers to:take seats on'{ the rostrumMr. // train to attend to important business, Mr.: and Mrs. Nicholas Batt, who \Vhon you' feel bilious, sluggish, sick tho ; it loses you a day's a'

m from the petition claiming it had Frank Redd the new city'' attorney returning the same day,' have been spending' the in constipated and all knocked out and work.. Dodson's Liver Tone straighten .*:
'.: been misrepresented to them. A number summer believe you'nccd dose of
dangerous richt and
32 feel
and native of greaf.
Florida ,years Mr. and Mr. Alfred Don of Klssim- Buffalo, are here again for the win- .remember yon ; up you
of these filed the 'demand before ciilomcl just that Give it to the
[ of' age, was introduced. He gave a ter. your children ai! welL r
mee, and Mr. and Mrs. White of Leon <1&
.-'._. 'the petition was filed with the City good talk on his ups and downs from --

p"* ;Clerk.: City Attorney W B. Crawford : instructing the young idea how to Springs, Fla., were visitors at the Mrs. Frances Glenn has returned such as bobbing for apples and pinning ',

.:., hag been away from hia-office for sev- I shoot In the common schools, 'and in I..Kibbe. /horns on Saturday last. from. Chatanooira. Tenn.. and Is atBrlnkerhoff' AT THE CHURCHES the ears on the black cat, fortune ,

eral 'days and has not rendered an meantime studied law and filled I 1 Mrs E. A. Knapp from Jeihey City, Mrs. on Wisconsin ave- telling and t f

opinion to the Council.' Jbut- Jt' lsfprejumearferiiie : veriouaAther: : :.poaitiona..Un4nlog4aadthe *ter{ .iSatti lt ar @r.g'.ft'. 'Id.4hPlyi. !!l! :;::1,;, -.. ;f' '.lively-"-The"place.Methodist-* l these--' ''"V.i-Isco daya." "-.,aji'ni There church*A* has!wi a. +tfs-sW! .fbr'thiy !re..eogforth."Ct13"Mf9eegThe'!: .,.-..::,".'- '& t''yDoolittle. ,"iJ! tit?
S rwnr'Be-i.eTa- ; '
eieciro, tl'the 'old veterans for their valor'and 1. ping ,with Mrs. Meatyard at the Mrs. Glenora De Groot came back been several, class socials, and Ep- Much credit .Is due them 'i:"

:' '.. .at.the regular time next spring: establish Haven Massachusetts for the Hallowe'en decorations and .J 5''ti
,. sacrifice In days past to a on avenue. last Thursday after a visit to James worth League and Ladies' Aid activi ,

,: Corporal J. F. Farris S. J: Triplett j free and independent country.W. Port and other points of interest in ties. The Sunday school classes are all enjoyed the music furnished byMrs. IE
nd Mrs. L. H. Prosser arrived
,and Sam Brammar handed the officers II. Croft too Gibbs and the popular ,
a new comer, got Mond New York swinging into line for.a winter's campaign songs by
-s : whom THEY desire recalled some "of. full of patriotism to talk and took his evening from Spring Valley, the young. A goodly sum' was taken .... .:1
Mr. and Mrs. <: that promises\! the best things '
Mirvn. is home harlie
and Florida nYlOn leave .
-flclal looking; papers one day.last seat. now at on in for the Red Cross work The
'between 7th and ,WednesdaY' eveningfor=Sanford" yet for this fine,Sun lay school. ( '
8th '
avenue, streets.
'The the petition
week. to
names '
Comrade N. B. Yarwood of Cook, esses forfnext Monday, ,evening
Last Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday morning
,'were'hot'sworn to as, being! genuine Neb., 42nd 111. Vols., said he did not Mr. Tilden Graham has sold his furniture where expects. to vo. in the John F. Bailey end Mrs. Helen Wright Mrs. RusKinftrTu\: "*"' >Fyrostand;-. : Mrs. ,ho.tA'
signatures of the petitioners as required .
expect to see so many old veterans in .. .
home in Southwest St. Cloud to Mr. united with the church by certificates ,
by the city charter. This, is St. Cloud; said' he and his wife would Sherwood. Mr/ Graham and.' wife Mr. George Rice and daughters, of the transfer of their member- Preparation is also 'ina'.t1\ad.:

about the "steenth" time the Board"of remain all winter in St. Cloud. will leave Monday morning for Johnson Miss Rice and Mrs. Miller and family, ship from other churches to this. 'an entertainment to be held in G.;A* f 1

Trade...has -started something: they will arrive N. Y. R. Hall the Of November Top
Comrade' Robertson was glad to get City, Tenn., home. from Brooklyn, : ; There have been several other letters on evening

couldn't finish. Give the people a rests back to St. Cloud and gave a talk on about November 10th., received by the Pastor which will be 12th. "'.
,_ ',and stop knocking: ,the town. his visit in the North, and closed witha Mrs. John Work, corner Connecticut Mrs. "
Van Fleet from announed in due time.
Friendship, 11
A' few war reminiscences.D. aVenue and 11th street, met her friend 'Thursday, October 25th, 1917, Mr.L. .
N. Y., is stopping with Mrs. Jose The Junior classes of the Sunday
ARMY AND NAVY UNION ENTERTAIN -, W. Perry, a new arrival, said he Mrs. Cowger of Kissfmmee, Wednes- L, Kibbe was 77 years young die,
phine Adams oir Indiana avenue. She school had a Hallowe'en social in the '
I was. here for the first time and liked day, on the morning train,,and a most will remain carries these years so well and.gracefully
winter. and did
annex evening, they
remain all win pleasant day was enjoyed by all. the word young test describeshim.
the climate and would '
(+t;, The auxiliary to the Army and I INavy' have one big time. : '
Mr. and Mrs. Hoover whohave The event celebrated
was by
'j .: Union gave .a social and enter- ter. Mrs. E. A. Knapp from.Jersey City, The Epworth League gave their i
r,. W. Fox glad to been spending the sumer in Pennsylvania e'eborate' dinner at the Bon-Air, tendered 9
comer, was
-tainment at the Moose Hall on Tuesday new arrived last Saturday. She is here members a fine social time last Friday .4
arrived here on Friday last and him and Ms charming wife'by' 1{,
S' afternoon. be where he would not have to shovel .
. for the winter and is stopping with night. Miss Kathleen Goff te
located'on their friends; Mrs. Bias and 1\-',..
are Jersey avenue.
Opening song/:, "America," by. the coal( all winter.! l 1t Meatyard, proprietress of The brought all the young people under Tier -ri*

i audience. .- L. F. Johnson, *a new arrival, was Haven corner Massachusetts avenue Mr. and Mrs. Hoover, who have obligations to ,her for her fine man- Wright, daughter; gus of the r

Prayer by' Rev. Kenney. no speaker,. but was willing to do his and 8th street been Spending the summer, in Penn agement of the occasion. Bon-Air. A happy lay" was spent in'

Piano solo, Mrs. Minnie Barber. duty otherwise. He and his wife were sylvania, arrived here on Friday last The choir is working hard on some interesting talk, of ,uld lang syne.;
Mr. and Mrs. Hoover of Jersey ave- A pleasure w adv-rd in the"dis '
new u
Rw be with' the of St. Cloud '
:' Solo, Mrs. Bert Gessford "After the. glad to people and are located on Jersey avenue. special music for tho' coming holiday
;i.. "Day.. for the winter. nue and 11th, are at home again aftera !; covery of a real live poet among the :f
1'..... Misses Ida L. and Anna season, and 'they promise a splendid .
V77 Duet, Mrs. Jaques and Mrs. Vree- D. W.. Turley, of Sedalia, Mo., Co. pleasant summer spent among Epple entertainment to their BonAirJests, and ,this popular, r" ,1

.. .' ;;;t1.1d, "Sweet Chiming: Bells G, 32nd Ohio VoIS., was glad to be in friends and relatives north. Neighbors Hoppe, Mesdames Dale, Nichol and appreciative hotel and its guests were given complimentary ,-' ""1' l

., Mrs.. Houston and Mrs.: Francher, St. Cloud and to remain for the winter 'and friends are glad to welcome them Harmon were the guests of Mrs. J. O. congregation.The notice in ht!.j>oem', ,_/>**> 't\ "' ,

Vreeland on Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. congregations are, increasingand A Wiseman it is"the best in town .
says t
; song, "Juanita and to get rid of the northern snow all { ,
back.Mr. welcome.PRESBYTERIAN.
I.f ''Comrade, Come When You Are blizzards. a and Mrs. J. E: Riley came in Minnie Barber and Mrs. Dorothy ,\ And Bobble Burns won't tear it 'j: ,:

;. -Called/' reading By Mrs.,. Vreeland. President Kenney announced a Saturday morning from Illinois, their Jaques held their rehearsal at CHURCH I town ,/t/J'.f.}

,','. Solo by Jane Warner, with Mrs. meeting at' the Christian Church; beginning former home, looking well from their Mrs. Vreeland's on Thursday.lastfor Morning services, 11:30 a. m. I! While. Hulbert steak is the fish' you' t'*; ;

,<," "f ;Barber accompanist, !'Afi; Garland"J>of; Tuesday 'October ,30th, .conducted pleasant outing, but glad to get back the musicale at Moose Lodge on Tues- Evening services, 7p., m'\"J; Ii'{, t'. .. ,,' j", ") '-! "I ,

Old-aehionedRosea; "':ui by J,4 iC,,Reed.jEyerybody1tinIfThere to":their i home'on' Illinoie'avenu4Manyfriendsar !! : ; I deya'afternoon 1 iil1 :;'J:? \"# \: : i..r'\l:1' '.;; ,;'.,Christian Endeavor; 6 p.imJ '[i I [And fKlna: -b, ,, ;-with:'cream-you,, "
IW&MMWT" ', i'PJ; & ,Bible School; 9:30: nuPs J
i Encore "A m" vlted to atten .W' to'welcome"them. \\! ;'; ts m 4iI "%'M&mm: : glad
.. 'x,614'And '.
Pre MrsFranc Glenn a';:Prayer ?7 -
B i B s ,|forme.rle meeting/Wednesday p. m.
'Reading 'MrelllMrothy; ,were several other,announcements I'll _II' 1R '''? ' pies i cut on the Bias,| .w .
by III .
: Jaquep, Mrs:" Vender IS home again 0/1 Wis- dent of St.!"Cloud.IF!! arrivedS! Saturday Rev. T. W; Stewart;pastor.;. """"If .'t'' J
The Marriage" also "The Letter to a the dates of which run out be you 'd ubt'it"just; try usT _
from Cleveland. .
morning Tenn. where
consin avenue much to the of
delight '
,s" 'Cousin," very comical. fore this journal is printed. LIVINGSTON MISSION METHODIST And if not Wright, why go-right by.;,
friends Mrs. well she went with Comrade Glenn some .
: Veeder
N so
The St. Cloud yell off for the many US. 'I I .'
t Reading: by Mrs.. Francher, "The came EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev. -
It there j
known as an entertainer, is always two years ago. was he answered -
I Soldier's Life." good of new and old arrivals. .- H. H. Bowen, pastor, Wiseman Burns Hulbe'rVTtingabury : -
his last roll call and Mrs.
greatly missed when absent from the ,
Reading:by. Mrs Houston. The collection amounted to $3.24 Sunday service: Wright and Bias are all guests
Glenn retains to make her home with
.: -dosing: song, "Marching Through including a"picture and two books presented "Wonder City"Mr. .. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. of the Bon- Ir.' _. : ,

!r:e Georgia._ by Comrade Beauchamp. and Mrs. L. II. Prosser, front I us, among friends glad to see her. Preaching, 10:30 a. m. .:....- ,..4 j i.
At present aho U located at the Brink Junior Epworth League, 3 p. m.
', Social l l time enjoyed' by all. Coffee The social program committees for Spring Valley Minn., arrived Monday erhofT home Wisconsin Epworth League, 6:30 p. m. The entertainment at Moose Halt

s' and cake served by the ladies. About November were named: evening and are glad to be at home avenue., General Class Meeting, 6:30 p. m. last Tuesday, given by the ladies of h!

100 were in attendance. First Saturday, W. L. Lynch. again/: on Florida avenue Where they Russell W. Davies of Clendenrt W. Preaching, 7:80 p. m. the A. & N. U., was a success from I ",tl

"8 Miss Ruth, Wylie: one of the dele Second Saturday, Emma Hart. are resting in their most comfortable Va., with his wife and three interest- Official Prayer meeting Board Wednesday, 7 p. m. start to finish: The program of read.
Meeting first
gates to The Sunday school convention Third Saturday, the W. C. T. U. bungalow. ing children, ,have decided to cast Tuesday, 7 p. m. every, ings and music rendered was" most a' fl

at Daytona, returned Monday Fourth Saturday, Berta Crehart. Mr. L. Johnson wife and daughter their lot among us. To this end he has Sunday School Board Meeting sec- pleasing, evidenced by hearty ap
'Monday evening and Mrs. L, U. Zimmerman The social program was taken up by purchased and moved into his own ond Tuesday, 7 p. m. plause. A'large crowd was there, so *,+I II

' is expected back Wednesday Comrade Beauchamp, who introduced Miss Cora, arrived in our midst,'Tuesday home on Massachusetts avenue, recently W. F. M. S., Ladies' Aid and class large In fact, that when refreshmentswas
evening. are comfortably upon announcement.
vening.. Brother King of the Baptist Church. I I, at Mrs.They R.;. If. Hatcher's New occupied and owned by Mrs. All seats free. All welcome to all announced, doubt ,was expressed .'

Brother King gave a long/: talk on Ab Geer. Mr. Davis is doing a good business I meetings. lest there would .not bo erough to go ,
York <1;
avenue, the St
WEST END NOTES raham and other'Bible characters. I I opposite new on New York avenue. We are I around, but when delicious coffee and '
Cloud. Mr. Johnson is member of Ii.
Morris Gregory and wife and wife's Rev. II. II. Bowen, pastor of the M. a glad to have this family a's permanent RED CROSS HALLOWE'EN PARTY cake were served In such abundance, '
the 23rd Mich Inf.
I and
sister, Mrs.. Olive Higgins, of Elmira, K:, Church gave a good talk on chronic comes from Lansing.Company citizens. The large gathering at the new St. it looked as If Mr. .Hoover's oft-re {

S N. Y., arrived in 'St. Cloud Thursday, knockers. Song by the choir, "The Mr. and Mrs. Frank Monroe 'of Cloud Hotel on Tuesday evening to peated and sage advice on food conservation ; ,t,
Bone( Dry Florida." Mr and Mrs. Kashbaum have mov- celebrate Hallowe'en shows the popu- ,
October 25 and with was forgotten on this occa
A. S.
, up Salem, S. D., have written friends
h '4i Piano solo Edith into their studio on aiity that has been attained by the
Cole California avenue, for a few by Miss Harrod ed 11th and have here. They will start for St. Cloud, sion. However, there was no sort of

days.! They rented rooms on Indiana also a song called the "Battles of the rented their cozy little home on Missouri November 5th, bringing with them Monday evening entertainments for extravagance in the price of admission ' ]

avenue, between 10th and 11th streets. Nations," which was well rendered by avenue to new comers. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ileadly and daughter to the benefit of the Red Cross Associ 'charged. This was so small- Ar

t Mr. Gregory/: served in Company 1,, Miss lIarrod. The names of the different Railsbach and daughter, all of Manier spend the winter. Mr. Moore is an ation. _There were spooks and gob each one must have felt it was "bar

141st N. Y. Vols. parts of 'this fine song the sec- 111., are here fore the winter and com- old-timer and has a house and four lins and bogies galore and the hotel gain day,' and they, instead of the la- J

MrPeterson>of Dakota avenuer has retary? failed. to note in a__legible! _hand, fortably! _located Ji>. the_ Kashbaum KentuckY--1.venue-where-he was full of guests eager to join in the dies, had the best of the argBLIk.1'hD.. !i-
therefore report home. ; Tun. Many games indulged in
it now. audience was composed 'of comrades,
-moved to the farm and
country on. a .has a fine garden, orange and grapefruit -
row we may lopk for the market to be Parties who have the social program I A false alarm- not of fire, however trees bearing also a variety of Piles Cured In 6 to H Days their wives, daughters and sweet e.

stocked with of and"tatera'"in in charge should have all the =but four I hearts. All request the ladies to repeat
plenty vegetables I ,-" a German airplane. This roses and flowers. drnrriit will refund. montr if Pluto
names' written in plain hand, and the OINTMENT Ufl. to cure .nreitc of Itching, this entertainment In' the. '
the spring. 1 i is what Mrs. Alice Kreyfuss thoughtwas The cold, chilly winds of Novemberare Bltod. leedlo..or..lrudlo. 6 to Ud.".. hear"...
program written in full .
Mrs. Payne and Mrs. Thomason, of if they expecta 'i swoopnig down on her beautiful blowing all the absentees southward The. first application clvea k..a.nd K*.t. 50c. 'future. .
- -
the West attended the full report written up by the secre home when she -
End BaptistChurch was startled by a
: convention Kissimmee lasts tary. thunderous by the trainload accompanied by THE MAN TO GO TO r
at noise overhead. In great SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
scores( new and home seekers
New and old arrivals who comers
: e I. take partin I For Huh-lrrlcatlo.. ))1
Thursday. flight she rushed to the door expect-
: the veterans' meetinlshould }Hand I II who come to See the Wonder Fur ..p.rt dr.I.....' I."t.
Comrade Joppy of : /: ing to find the kaiser and For illfflralt VALLEY
Jersey avenue In their names, relllmentsI I his war City to bask in the warmth of this ..r alb roafttrurflon.For .d l.i.tegle. MurreyiF : KjSSIMMEE! GAZETTE
:and -12th street has bought and company lords in' full possession. Instead she ..
clean-I I / fair Southland to rel.foreed "0."" w<*rkFor .
ed up a new lot and built a and'where from written plain, to the beheld her newly erected and large sunny ; investigateand ... concrete. hrldare-i .. later invest in homes .
secretary in order to render full [ becoming .11. Addre.
: f
u water tank come tumbling down, leaving County. ;
all who take part. permanent citizens, writing back: to WILBUR A. GINN. Ciril EncineerKLOIIIU1
COMRADE FOSTER ANSWERS dire destruction in its wake. Damages RATE
"Star friends: "Come; come early and HA\'Olln: $%.00. PER' YEAR
Song, Banner.1Adjourned
Spangled ,
THE LAST ROLL CALL have been l J I 1 L I _
repaired, and quiet
: avoid the rush We have found the
to meet November 3 2' ...
Thomas' -- .
Smith Foster --
t' an old comde P. m. A. S. COLE again reigns at the Krepps' borne promised land-(here,is room for all."
i, aged 75 years answered his last
Assistant Mrs. Bias received the following Hallowe'en is being celebrated in
Secretary. J
-llcall Tuesday October 30th, 19.17.J. .
"/r letter from her grandson, Vinson fine style; Ghosts, witches maskersand "
Funeral services, were held in the Jas. Special
." Wright: "Dear Grandma: I am coming' black cats roam the ,streets at "
'l" Miles chapel on New York avenue by Mrs., G. G. DeGroot arrived from a
down there to shoot an alligator. their sweet will delight
much to the
the Rev. J.; T. W. Stewart pastor'of business trip to New York last Thursday own 'N
I want to stay a' whole week. Tell Mr. of small boys and girls. Someof ON f
: I the Presbyterian Church; burial at Before leaving several weeks '
Wiseman I .
am still a Democrat. J. the maskers quite
Mt. ago she purchased: beautiful uncanny
Peace cemetery Wednesday, 10 a little
1 .a.m.. wrote all this by myself Good-bye, In their weird make-up, and are given
t home on Runnymede Lake where
; she
k; I Grandma. Vinson." This little Democrat a wide) berth by.n rvous folks. Entertainment
Comrade Fostereaple [from Bradford , home to friends and will, remain
just a few months past four too ,
numerous to mentionare '
a Pa.; was without family, coanee- all winter. small .. ,._ __..---i.-,. :;!, _
years of -
bona age, and as bright a* being: held at various places inonor ..
y in ,St. Cloud, but leaves ene ek W
'. they are made. The entire family returned of the hour. All who attend F., E. WtL IA s,.
;:..:.\ ter.m Iowa.' Veterans of the G. A.-R. .Mr.and Mr*. Hoover are again domiciled
Saturday morning to their ,
seeing lots of fun. "A little
H ald re non
> last tribute(
] a. to '
fs',. theirdepartednjemfcer. .. ; ,on.Jersey avenue. after spend- home In Huntington;/Wy Va. much n.
: !5tof .to use now and then, U relished by: the,
ingfthe summer injNewcasUe Pa. tti '
;.' "'" &W '-,_ *!.. v J regret. of many. friends '... isest % '
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i What You Can Do fo .

;;. : ,Hoover Day Conserve! Help Win This War Save Money y ConservationDEMANDS THEffi .:' .,,


:.\:,/. -;, .SATURDAY,, NOV. 3rd. BUY OUR PROBLEM is to feed our Allies this winter by sending! them 'uml.ich' BY BUYING ,
t.t food as we can of( the ,concentrated nutritive value in the least GENERALMERCHANDISE: :

'..$ ,.. 24-lb. Sack Pillsbury Flour.$1.69 shipping space. These foods'are wheat 'beef, pork, dairy products,. and

"J 24-lb. Sack Oklahoma Flour-$1.69 SHOESBest sugar. _' I. ( .
24-lb. Sack Pastry Flour,.. $1.60 OUR SOLUTION is to eat less of these and more of other foods of. -
which we have an abundance. and'to. waste less of all foods.
; I 24-lb. Sk. Sclf Risiog Flour.$1.60 '
AT i .
in Service
We'Ki it both '
Ib BREAD AND CEREALS-Have at leaM one wheatless meal a day. Use ve
WkiU Salt Meat, _...._,. 30cNo2 I
Quality corn;oat rye, barley, or mixed cereal rolls, muffins, and breads in place of. and Goods. .:;,:
Tomatoes, two for.2Sc white bread certainly foe one mealgand; i if possible, for two. Eat less cake "
r f a N o. 2 Can Corf__..i_______.lOc Save Money and pastry.. .. u F. H. LawsonNew '
- ..
_____ Central Drug Store
Butter, Ib SOc
Creamery '
1 t* As to the white bread, if'you buy from a baker, order it a day in advance <
X STRICTLY CASH ; then he will not bake beyond his needs. 'Cut the loaf on the'table ",1-
y -----. .:==::;= and only as required. Use.stale bread for toast and co cring. Ladies' Gray Top -Phone 41 "-4.
H.C.STANFORDSave; MEAT-Use more' poultry,.'raUbits, and especially /fish and sea food in '
: THE 'TAYLOR STORESPHONE place of beef; mutton and pork Do not use either beef muttor or pork Boots, $5 values .If you want it right soon,

more than once daily and then serve small portions. Use all left-over meat For . . $$4 PHONE OS ,."I
250 PHONE 38 cold or in made dishes., Use soups'more freely./ Use beans; they have nearlythe I :
I' same food Value as, meat.. :'
.'- 1 .
MILK--Use'all of the m lkwaste ho"part) of It." The children 'rmist. .:;
y have whole milk; therefore use less. cr-sam. There is a great waste' of r food' . ,
Save Your Eyes : MoneyON y by not using all skim and sour milk. .Sour milk can be used; for cooking and .'
,IE y to' make' cottage cheese. Use buttermilk and cheese'freely. Conserve Your You Can "i1

_w_ .. ,. '.. .. FATS (BUTTER LARD 'ETC..)--Dairy butter has food values: vital to
i..;..: . children. Thereforeuse, it on the table as'usual, especially for children. Usi .
f Shoes Ribbons as little'as possible in cooking. Reduce the use of fried foods to reduce, the .
"i consumption ofjard and other fats. Use vegetable oils olive and cotton- MEAT I

44-.-.r...::.,:.44i7. ."..!'w'- -__-...._..-_-_"""_,,-..__._. ....,._....__...._._.",._....h_._..." .....,........-": r I... .. :_;;'::_ : : _..:-:; &|uix !,.ddxwhrll-s4ltr; .; : ..i..9p.s Hij, LMMv.J, as J ':_ '1".':'"-":'.':' _, .:::;;;;:..'''::'7--::::.'' =GonservI
"1 r. placer a premium on good eyes. ---1 ,n i"eads it contains: fat and the'glycenne necessary for explosives.} You can make '
scrubbing soap at home and in some I localities, you can sell your saved fats having it cured .
An of blind :
1 men never ,
army \
& to the soap maker who will thus\ secur 'our needed glycerine. "
: "took" anything. J Shirts Notions SUGAR-Use less candy and sweet drinks. Use less sugar in tea and YOUR

I Better hare examined coffe-e.( Use honey, maple sirup and dark sirup for hot cakes and waffles by theKissimmee t,
your eyes
F4 Caps Hosiery without butter or sugar. ,Do not frost or ice cakes. Do not stint use of sugar .
ti :." 10 thaL.70u.-too,__c.n f o ;'-or.e. ..putting! up fruits and jams. They may be used in place of butler. ._ .t Food Supply
::'... wherein France." / Belts' Laces I VEGETABLES AND FRUITS We have superabundance of: vege
tables. Double the u*e'of vegetables.. They take the place of part of. the Ice
*'wheat and meat and at the same time are healthful. Use potatoes abundantly. I
."' W. E. SANDERSON CO. ATStory's Store potatoes and roots properly and they will ksep. Use fruits gener BY TRADING AT. /
--- .r ously. .11
:W_ INO. .:
& Cold Go.
t { :sn. JEWELERS and OPTOMETRISTS FUEL---Coal comes from a distance.-and our railway facilities are need Storage ,r
r ed for If The Central Market
,; Kiuimmee, Florida war purposes. Burn fewer fires. you can get wood use it. _. I
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"if. I I
f. .
CONSERVEGroceries Conserve Help Conserve the
tl .
: Food Supply by buyingSeeds ;


1 1 It will save you money and ,
HAVE trouble. Gives description and FOOD
,,AND full information on all seeds forMA.R.TNS .
GUIDJP.& fall planting. Our stocks are complete and planting aGarden .. 7 i\I'
Money. 1 J 1 PLADd2NG assuring'prompt shipment.rJN AND PATRONIZEMach "

rosh.Meats'Bu r : :
!'Southern.Seeds Bros'TAUTO

C 1 Carefully grown closely selected.J-:' .. . :
From ; way.dependable. Full assortment prig ?. .', , ",
den and field. Strawberry and vet'table ; I"
/ THE plants also a specialty. WnUi v;:,\>,,;! You can get them at the. SERVICE :
IN today for our new fall caWo: ..... ,,l I &?!*i ''j '-' '''i ,
.. \; \ ; e :
C.'W.Griffin SlateBankContracts_ E.A. Martin Seed CoT.' Waters t <,& CartonGrocery AGENTS FOR .

t' Jacksonville Florid
Company Buick and Cole Cars .' ;

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t ''n SAVE ON for r j' Conserve Your .:
Stout Lumber Co. ,
roosAND i DEALERS IN By Patronizing our Service. FOOD'

'. I ,: Yellow Pine. and Cypress Lumber. Novelty. We are Agent*forCOLUMBIA I
: Works in Connection.
your ground fl s -
by Plowing Deeper' : 'I It is our pleasure to five you estimates at all time*. ,

and growing 'better : .Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery. I DODGE Conservation r f,

ShoesBy Crops.: Use: :f Phone 21 Kissimmee, Fla. AND .
UO.U.tOO..oQooHo >Oo ..U.O+O 8tr6o8So
SmithFormaTractorattached -- ----. --- -. -- -- ---- --- ---
Buying from Us. '. U.....O..." ..o.o.o 0 '..,. -. -.. ....... .. CHEVROLETCARS Butter, lb., 50c
to a ,
*' Special on Ginghams for one :
Ford 'Car.Address D.C.WagnerInsuranceAeDcy2nd
16c per yard. a

. Floor Citizens Bank Bldg., Phone No. 30. I
//r. Ai: J. Y.. KING R. S. FloydP
GilbertSave '
I Kissimmee, Fla. r.; The Leading General Insurance Agency In Osceola Co. Lupfer&PratherSave .

Money by ConservationChildren's S r ::: LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH, AUTOMOBILE, TORNADO- :t Food
.' f } .
i rtl'. buying your I ::: Explosive 1 Insurance'ALSO : BY .


ri, .- I Union Suits I ;.:.. .., - .- -- --- --.... I Growing It Ii IiBY

and Clothing.from i Bleached and Unbleached I r \ 1
''t : '.. home 'people, whose Cheaper than Anyone Else PATRONIZING, THE If-
;.::0.... ,-- I interest are. your. Ages from 2 to 6, '. 39c t ; W.B.MakinsonCo'sStock. r

interest. ". I Age from 6 to 8, . 45c Forty Cents per hundred; $3.00' per. 100O. SanitaryMarket :

Ages from 8 to 14, . 49c ,
Leave orders at .
t ..... '
... .. Dollar
," ( ;.; -" Waters & Carson Grocery Co. Plows, Hoes, and : .
1 r I' '
Limit. Store or see R. P. Hansen 'Farming Tools?:

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N Ii4I burned;' that ,not .one ,church, house, A CHRISTMAS DINNERHE DID Visiting cards printed bT die 'Val- ITATIOs/ -OP': 1w.Sifft.imiut. . >

Easy to Rid Home barn, vineyard o>r orchard would be NOT GET FLORIDA IS TO HAVE ley Gazette job Department.illllMIIIIIMIMIM'. tm' t-.... .C' Csin4r J.Jar*. Os*'. ..'

: left. The news crushed the old priest.'I (..sty. .ta. .t fi.rHm. "tl,. -
i -- 'of Rats and Mice I I I I Eatat.1 Kaallr O. Talnaan.BT ..
In his dying hour a righteous ,wrath There was once a crazy ruler whoso GREAT TROLLY SYSTEM '
; : filled the heart of the German pris i; name was Kaiser; Bill,, I I LegalAdvertisemenis Whereas.' Alma T.' Morrlaon haa apJpiled -

There I. "o".d. of suffering from, oner. These are his last words as I WRo and had 1 to Ibid. court for Letters of Administration < -
the depredation of Tats and mice now got greatly Disappointed: on the estate of Emily O.

,that at 8t n.arna*rly' every Paate.I.tor readily.. A ama.ll obtainable bax. I transcribed 'them from the lips of to swallow a bitter pill; : Capitalized at $10,000,000 the t of 1atman Osceola doccaaaJ: late of aald County* '

.' >bit a* few cents and la usually sufficient this t4 I IS IS S S I S I I I I I I Ii S SU and admonish all and singular the kindred
j to completely rid the house store Noyon: "Curses upon army! .do it lii a year; urban Railway Co., which proposes to and creditors of aald deceased to

I or barn 4>C rat has and bought mice thousands The 1$. of H.Government Curses upon our kaiser and his war He started in ,with England; then thread Florida with interurban troll,. II* CIRCUIT (COURT TATB. .OF- hn and appear before this court on or
FLORIDA before the 16th day ovember. A. D.
pound of Steams'' raste for use In staff! Ten thousand curses upon my ,I I France: and Russian Bear lines has applied to Gov. Cotts for a -. 11117. and file objections I If any they
titles where rata and mice are plentl. God is Germany have, to the granting Letters of Ad.
The Paste.4S also efficient In datroylnja country Either dead or charter. The promoters claim they Hires TH. n..u. Ta.Fraaipla
His Christmas dinner he would eat he .II.... Itrtrm.mmt- ministration on said .estate otherwisethe
M. ( -
: ; cockroaches and waterbugs.taI. is doomedThe officer had .
be said
have all the capital needed for the en. same granted to Alma
! :.; . : come to understand that soon or late I I I said in Paris Franc?;; terprise and 'that construction work ." Svrralh .II.dl..I.1. T. Morrlaon or. to some other at per-

t EITHER GOO OR GERMANY IS But little Belgium did not like for himI lammtr-1. < ka.rry.: eon or peraonaWITEas
: .
the wheels of God will grind to nothingness will,begin at lute date. : my name aa County Judgeof .
i I tq have the chance no affidavit appended to the Bounty aforesaid this the Sth
chil. ; It by
those who wrong God's I anaarlnc "
DOOMED" : The .officers' and directers of the the bill tiled In the above-aiated caunn day/ of October A. D. 11T.

I "** _i ___ dren. 'Woe unto the man who offendsone They told him stay at home you fool company a majority'of' whom are that francta M Oullea the defendant -T. M. MURPHY .,
That German officer in of, My little ones.' It were better |,, arid eat your dinner there I. therein named la a non-reald of the (Seal' 1) Jud7e.1ITILI' .
'V dying Roye ,western people, are as follows: state, of Klorlda and la a r..ld..nt.of
,. for him that millstone And let your armies do the same, wedon't Vaahlnaton. over the age of
hanged Tacomit
a wore
.; packed the genius of a moral universe True Davis, president; Frank N. 'eam. It la ,therefore or. ] ttf C.HKIUTOH9 ,.
twrnty-ort >
into a few words. Wounded last winter about his neck and that he were 1 want you over here. Campbell Vicc-presideni; Joseph N. dered that the said non-rcaldent be In Court of the faantr, "...., Slat .(
', and "h.. la. heri-by required to appearto Florida, .
drowned in the of the sec'I
through the spinal cord unable to depths Hunt. Rose C. Cox of filed In said
But Kaiser Bill he swore an oath he secretary; treasurer the bill complaint
: .. before Monday, (tie End day ,. Estate, of Onnlel ':... ."-Oceolai ,,
oil or .
move the lower part of his body for j ADVERTISED LETTERS would do it just the same;, ; Edgar Middlcton W. S. Alyea,
"i vreefcs he waited for death. Two a gel 1 I will have that Chiistnas'dinnerorelse Samuel D. Pullcn R. F. Whalen and alleKalloiia, of Said stud. bill defendantIt will be. talivnna all Creditors: legatees, Dlstrlhuteea

". French women cared for the dying Following is the-list of uncalled for I may be damned <- Lida E. Moslier directors "f'.ed I IN. further\ by ordered that this older and Demand all Persona against having said KB Claims tale: or ".

:man. Little by little the wings of the letters remaining the, postofflce at For I have ammunition and men and The proposed route of the' !line i U l>eritlwo!pulillRltHd-Ua otae4aIt In the wi-i-k Klualmmen; for four con-Val You and each of you. are hereby ho- FTU
I tlfl.'d and
riMjtilred to present
( { of Death fanned away the mist follows l I..y Ua&.ttl', a newapapei publlahfd In any
plenty given as : claim and demand which ,
.::> $C Kissimmee Florida.for the-two weeks. guns rin. Id routitv and "lateuelob . either of you or -
. his eyes. One day the German ending November 12, 1917: I don't caie'a damn for treaties, And This interurbiui road starting" ThIs, . r :ZSrd, lfltTJ. estate nr.Jan..1 you mnv EastwoOd have against deceased tho

?' sent for the village priest and .1 I neither do 'Huns.v Jacksonville,_ shall cast throirgh . I.. OVKHHTRnrjT: : late of OHreola. County, "Florida, to the
Willey' Mor.Rrn go.
.i" .im that the.Von line T. Z. Ba s.. Bowers, II. my Clerk Circuit, Court; undersigned ,Administrator. of said ..*...
: Hindcrburg Du\al county to' Pablo beach. Thence (/1,1) late,
T' Miss Adia Hanson, :Miss Anne o.I; hlp two 'year, from the date
Z. 1M 8:4.
nearly complete that the order Then little Belgium good and true;, began ,
iIf ; Loudenslaffer. Mrs.. R; A. McCullough I , through, St.' Johns'county Jo St. Au.. ._ fIIllI.ilor for, Complainant ,45-41 Uuttd October hot. ;A, f>. 117A .
j etreat had been given that the to give him hell; .
; gustine. Thence south through Volu- E. DROUmiT
((2)) Sid. Sharpe John Henry Smith.SIMPSON .
t\ ; We and' .tIMlI'4I-II 'Ton:!' ..NOTIt Mla 42-f>t Admlnlatrator.
told to home
of at
t '. Ie theseaged women who had .B. .B. you once stay sia ounty,' through Daytona., Thence -

1 fed for him so tenderly, would be.i Postmaster; Bill he starts to yell. to Cocoa, through Brevard county" to Court of ('oun.,.! .IIU"K.. Stn".> ofFlorida ).NOlllrJ -UK UXE V'8'OI& son ,

-- --- - You cannot get into Paris France I Melbourne. Thence south through St. Sn Court .1 fountr 'Jo.... Oarl
; ,Ia re Katntr of C.rorsEI* ll. Tatmaai.Toln
that dinner
IILL f--- you to eat; Lucie Palm 'Beach Broward and County Mate of Florida
We intend tokeep here awhile until ' <>*< ' I. re E...... of JonnV.. T ._._.
Dorft put on the roof until you Dade ounties, to Miami. From Day. N' iliA h hen I >' Kl\cn l.. all whomIt l-
France gets on h r feet. tona west through Seminole to may concern that on the 20th day of Notice Is ber.-.n.; to all whom
nninvestigate A|>rll. A. I'191$, I shall apply; to the It may concern. that on the I2th day,of : -
In the meantime France got into trim Sanford. Thence from Hopkins on Hnnnrahle T. M Murphj. Judge'of said December, 'A. n 1*17. I ahall apply' to
Cmu!. an..Jjulm-l.jjf J'JuUqg .., '' .
rda5e tf'tl i"";. ,ibi";Ba> 'Kuajjt AMfac aT4nyr Jmm: ? ,BT rW"" *s-dm1tt: tr 'trnr"'Wf. 'iu'itw7udg1r'efPfbbts'. torWay' .,!,;;

_Uff TT. through Osceola county and PoUr the estate of Oeorare n; ln-al discharge a* Rzecutor of the e.. .
Said that dinner I will
Bill have and '
erased. and that at th. aiimo lime I tatn of John W deceaaedi
all of them be darn... county to Haines City and,Lakeh-nd, will preacnt to said' Court my final: accounts -. and that at the .Tbomr.oni, will pra-
aa Admnllatratrlx of mild va.tflt" ont my final\ acount aa Executor of
But how in hell can I get there. now through Hillsborough county to. Plant and ask for their: I approval. % said ratato' and ask for their approvaL 'is'a

with the Belgians in the rear, City .and Tampa. Thence in a westerly Liatcd: October ALMA 8th T.A.MORK1HON.D. ItlT. Dated June llth.EDGAR' A,. D, 117.D. HOdAN.

And England also coming in and direction to Tarpon Springs 43-0 moa Admlnlatratrlx.A t.<-6moB, _Executor. ,

France don't show fear. through Pin lIas county total mile. -.1.
no '
age is near as can be estimated \ ()RUIIi.\Sf"1'1: i
Ilnard of Publlo Ipatructlon of
So ever since.this Kaiser Bill. has hada 500 'miles.-_Tampa 'Times.RAILROAD TO mourns "'(,U THR rnOT..JCi i Oncoola County. Florida will recelvrf

backyard push - TIOX OK FOOD* 1'1 X 1'0"1'.1) .'( RmuK I proposals for furnishing material and
labor necessary for the construction
They have kept him that way all the TRAINS IM THM CITV OF and erei.,lon of m. school buIlding atKenanavule

Jv"r I KlSIM'IKE! Fla, until 10 a. m, Nov.
time anl did not needto rush
5lh. at th. office of the Superintendentof
For they are satisfied to know that People come and all the time Bo It ordained by the City Council Of I'ubllo IharTunlon. In the City of ,
; go the City of Klaalmmee' : Klailmmee, Florida.,.
It is poor economy to save money dmner. e did JoseF At every station on the line. Section 1. That all fresh" meat eXnpoaed Bids mud he accoincanled by a certified .1
And Bill must and for sale ahall be kept In cases of check In the sum of $300. mad ,
by grin bear it all an All classes there you do see, wire nettlntlr will Rlaaa. topaSictlon payable I to Walter C, flassaM.aan. .r-.
substituting something inferior but wouldn't'you awful bitter dose. A of 2. All bread roll, biscuIts of the Hoard of I'ubllo Instruction; ,_
iJ like to save cost if cobld surging mass humanity.You plea, caked, candlea confectionery and guarantee that the successful bidder
on you get somethingI the like exposed for sale shall be kept will enteY Into aure'ty bond of thirty''

I better? You can get a better roof for less money Said Kaiser Bill, my chance is push your way both out and in, In showcases of nrlaaa. except such of (30%)"fk cent of the amount of thishid.
to Paris FranceSo said artlclea which are .curely wrapped must commence withinSOdays
if you put on A package hits you on the chin; ready for delivery. after the lettingof this contract.'
now I think I will turn around and Get off toes can't hear Section 3. All fruit. and vegetables The Board rea,.rvea the rlgrttt to reject .
my say ,
exposed for sale which are consumed any and all blda _
make tle) British dance, Oh! my corn that's why I swear. I' raw or without further cooking shall : Bneolflcatlone can be ob- ''\.

II And get to London with all haste before be kept In receptacles screened with t.:'.r: Alan J. Macl>onoush7: architect.
wire netting. Klaalmmee, Florida upon the-
]i Certainteedl" they get a start, A sudden jerk then a mishap Section 4, The doora window and deposit of certified check In the-- sum .(
: other openings of bakeries where $26. 0
You grab the belleord for
So I
can get that dinneryet whereonI a strap bread and cakeS are made and of WALTER C. BASS.

have set myheart. The train comes to a sudden IltoP.The' places where candy and confectioneryis Chairman Board of Public Instruction
aaa aaaHaaaaaaaassssaaaaaaaaaaaBal B made shall. ba screened with wire Oscrola County. Fla.
'. crowd sings out: Oh, you wopl! n.ttlnll'. Attest:
l ' a RoofingBefore But Bill got disappointed there the Section 8. Whenever wire netting" I.prescribed C. K TOWELty Secretary 45-tt
On the seats and in the rack In this ordinance. It shall
10 British were awake mean wire netting not coarser than 16 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR ... C ( i

its merits And met him half way on the road a Bundles wraps and grips they stack mean. -
were recognized roll
roofing was road he tried to take; Just ask their owners for that seat, Section <.In All this cases ordinance and receptaclesmentioned shall be I. Cmmrt f C.mmtr .>.**.. .tate .1Fl.rlda. '
? regarded as a more or less temporary roof-but now That road'to Calais I Your request a scowl does meet. kept closed' except for the purpose of I
must have
CERTAIN-TEED has demonstrated to get placing food therein I or removing It
that it is
I not only I to London quick hertfrom. and shall be kept free from I. re Eat.t .t 0.... 0....._ o-aa

r. *. a most durable roof but also Almost efficient roof. When some people get on a train dies. And all screen doors and win- c..t?. ,
___, .:,I Poor Bill }he lost another chance, it At on'e they raise the window dona shall be opened only In case of
pane. necessity and all apartments ao Notice It hereby alt whom'
It is economical to buy inexpensive to lay and costs was an awful trick. Damp or cold,nothing: hinders screened under this ordinance shall bekept It may concern that gh'ent-to on tne 19th day of

'. practically nothing to maintain. It light weight The Allies now have made him wish Forcing on you draught and cinders. Section free 1.from No fllea food of any )Kind shall n..ei'joerli.D''.117 M. ,Murphy I ahall, Judaj apply-to of ,p3.

clean be exposed or kept for sale In frontof I aid Court aa Judge of Probate for -
sanitary, fire-retardant and weather-tight. he had eaten that dinner at home When a train stops, pight or day. atorea or In the doorways thereofat my final discharge a. Administratrix -
And made his armies do the and I a less height: than twenty Inches, of the estate of Delma Graham, deoaaa- .
4 It is now used as the preferable type of roof for ., same Some go to the door and block the above the 'sidewalk' floor. ed; and that at the-same time, I will ,,jr
", . Section 8. Whoever violates any provision "
: 'stopped cannons boom. ,'j '. ,' present to said Court my final &coountap'
:Li "J'
I "'1 foffice? buildings, factories, hotels, stores:,,ware "f For when thereckoning'day'-wjll o1W .!'y M''Nft, tIli Jti,, I."f jll.: -':1" J.\:.("\" f of thla .ordinance shall be pun* an Administratrix (of aaldieiitate-, and.- '
ome shed bya flnamot exceeding' two hunt ask for their -
Passengers have : appfOval. '
<, )id' : |houses,: garages; farm buildings etc.,',' wherejdura.j I "IwMchJie knows' will come some'day? to force them back"; dred t'' and s my.)dollars.ore I byC .Impnisonmenti ; aDatedJun. lthiA.*I>. l t lT \
-' C m -I wh t"th y l k for, not) morel than thirty days. ObOOr, : JACKlK ANN QRAHAKT.
i ' ;' |bilityis demanded; CERTAIN-TEED is'guarantcedlfor HeTwiH"eat hiTdinneFinja place'where'ooli _Head &Ifir.tland second time. In open lI.fI"o.t.\i ..Vnt.M. AdmlnUtratrlav ,
,, f>' Bloti.''a unanimously _
*"I"HN"' I
5; 10 or IS years,, according to thickness,' lunatics holdRADIATOR"sway. : Children cry and fret" on each train 2nd day 1' October. A. D."iU.thl.' ORDER OF II7BI.ICATI4Vrirrnl :
October Z, 1917
p 2 3 ) BILL. When one stops others catch the Approved
or ply JOHN S. CADEU. Mayor
,. Charles Erikson Kissimmee Fla.A8CARETS" strain;. (Seal) I. ('...... ".....'t. J.dlit, Clr.cult .. ftf1
There roll F. II 1\\\'RON.PI'.Aldent .f Florida. I. ... ,for.<>.***.Illartovr .
are many roofings on the market, but only one Your time to leave you long for that; of Council. Ceat,. I. thl.ce,7.. '

CERTAIN-TEED. It pays to pet the best. It costs no more 'Oh, for soothing syrup for that Attest I,
J. U ail>nEnT, City Clerk. T a.4 A Cattle Coaapaaty a Cor
lay CERTAIN-TEED f.f <
to *
a roof than it doe.
4' to lay a poor WORK brat U-&t poration. .... JarkaoaTllla Taaap
roof but there is a vast difference in the wear. You can't tell WHILE YOU SLEEP A Key "...t Hallway aiBy. at
1' the of Watching :%()'rlK FOII milt ('..".r.tI.., .. a 1. BIII.o <*.!.tTjtle. '
quality a roofing by looks or feel. Your only safety is the expressions in a crowd .

;. labeL Be sure that it is CERTAIN-TEED you are, Almost makes you :xugh out loud; Notice! IK hereby given that bl t.. willIe The complainant above named having -.
trrtaln of quality and uaranteed satisfaction. For Sick Headache Sour Stomach Some look cheerful but rocelvcd i bv the Hoard of OountyninnilKHlonel ",r flied In this court Its sworn bill
I Sluggish Liver and Bowels- they are few, .. .H nf 0 Hr,'.,11I I County of complaint. It avnthrt In its belief ;
Others could bits nail in Klorlda to nnd Including 10:00: a. m. tturp are parties, paraona flrma %ndcorporatlnna
a two. up
Certain-teed Slate-Surfaced Asphalt Shingle Take Cascarets tonight. on M M<|IItho Nlvyila.rA claiming to hold or haveSOfIA -I
.. are supplanting wood and late shingles for residence. They Cost lets, DOUGLAS WIER. I U. 1 ,1". at the 'rIlyor": the t'l.'rktho or to the right landi title! hereinafter or interest of.described.wh.t4e In and. a'-

are Just-a good wear better, won't fall off, buckle or split. They BaltimoreMd.. ClKult, Couit of said County atKiaaInrnce names, placet of residence and
lookinj' Furred Tongue Bad Taste Indigestion Klolldn, for (l.a. ,construc.ion -
'. have be nhoriJ, nnd, I pout office addresses _
are : \ cot to painted or stained., t I of njpioxlnuit i >' two and' one-ha if aro
Sallow Skin and Miserable
to romplnlnant unknown and having
a lilies of brick pntliiK, eight fit wJd.,
Cwtali-teed Paints and Varnishes come from a torpid liver and Million of American farmers have with ronrretiJtjtb" on htilnulp Creek piavcl relief against such unknown

t ,t erg the best quality paint materials clogged bowels which: cauw-your stomach left their fields to fight for the safetyof onil. fi tad npproxlmnti I ono mllu I onSt. And pnrtlPH.
'f S '. ground anJ mixed with mcchanicil to become" filled;with undigested America and the world. Those TMntiH<'I on(I nnd road, specifications. miv }I.o exnIaeJr c-f puhllcntlori herein, pursuant to ,theiatut'e

l curacy.: Made for all uses and in eU: food which sours and ferments like garbage fields therefore haven't been producing ndtalned" nt tl>" I>nee of tho'lerk ,
It IH ordered that all
color,. With paint as with roofing, in a swill barrel. That's the first ( of I lie Circuit Court of Oscoolu .thereupon "ar-
r .. lit'a. p >raonH, firm and corporation
much. Ours have. ( ni '. 1'lurld nt KIssliTimeiItlKht
,it the name CEllT lN-TEED is i Europe's food .u >
a untold hAve hold rjarht,
step to misery-indigestion, foul I" 1..1 f, ", guarantee of quality and utubclion. gases bad breath, yellow skin, mental has got to come from Bomewheic' ,>1'OUOSIllM. title or Int'ri'etby.. through. or under
I iiaa &
Jaokttnnvllle Tampa KeyV..t
fears everything that is horrible anil America is the place.. It's little j r. o'iiSTnnnT42Bt CU-rk I Hallway Company a corporation cre-
CORPORATION nauseating. A Oascarct to-night will enough to ask the individual American nti-d and <'xl"tln r under the laws of
New York.CM<'aito,I'lilludeli.hla.."8' ( Louje.IlOHCnn.Cleveland.Uburplt.Detroit. the Stnt*. of Klorlda) therennsyvania j
.N. .. Huffalo. Sao Praoclwo. Milwaukee Oh.ein""Ll. New Orleau... Lo Anxeten. give your constipated bowels a thorough to conserve what our fields pro. 1111.1. 'Hi Mlnneapoll I.arisas L'll"/'Iuottle.' ) IndIaiii>lM>llH., Atlanta tU-mphli!: Klrlimnnd"ranilKaplils. cleansing and straighten you out by (Orniitlniv AnnnltfOH, nff'e. a cor-'
i. :' MakUTillu bILlS Laio City lJuII Sio6ue. Uuuatuu, L>uluUi, luudoo! duce so our European brethren can .. ('Irriilt liorntion ixlntlnw under the ,law of
work while Inillilal
Nrirnth -
morning. They t
you sleepa In Irriilt I I nit 4.
;yduu7, lluvuuaOSCEOLA 10-cent box from will have plenty and keep up the fight. .,f Fit''....... In .... for terrain the State. of ppnnavlvan-la. Richard K:
your druggist (,.. In C haurCr.,.. llnr o..... Klu'1 Idort, Jacob ndwnrdfl. na Trustee; ,
HARDWARE COMPANY Kissimmee Fla. keep _you feeling good for months. Save yuor bit! Innd A (nltl I uinpfiny. IItorpor- krII.t!. May Alice Vilke| r.
ci ; 511..,. ,.. Jn.'k..ni1IC.. 'lampS .c: J r and Octavln.HrMiHpr .
his wife Fain
If you think it better to whip Ger- 4 hey oniorallom Mrat. Itnllnnr hr IVnnaylvnnlnomiinar twmpanr. n fompany a corporation: Robert J. Edward -

Tbs OulnlM That Does_Not Affect the Held .Tnany in_Europe rather than fight her .. for lnauraare o. 1.1",. surviving and Francis xeputor L. Chapla. ofthe aaxoln -_, 14
-- .nil f.r..tolC AmauHlrm.' m Corporal

,., '." " '." .. .. ..... .. ...... ..:' T1VK Because UROMO 01 11* fomie QUININE and laxative is better than effoct. LAXA.I her, help; feed our allies and keep themin .Ion i Itlrbard and K. Narldoait Alice tinkle J..siieN | LastVil HdwnrdH. ] d and""Testament ed.; Robert of J.Jacob Kd- /i
: Itllkle M.r .
'ulnine' ami doe not cause ner,ousn the fight. Sign member of .
up as a 10'. .lfrl J. :M. llrraser axl Or..Tlallreaxrr. wards Hannah Kdward and Grace M.ndMnrdo
.ingtnglnhead. Remember the lull name and I the food his wlfei Yale la.stmeaIt'omi.sfly either aa heir at lav de,- A
Tourist Trains look for lbs signature ol B. W. CB.OVB. JOe:. administration.
Fast Through a) (orporatlnn, llobert J. vlHeeH1, grantees, leafftteea. widow.,
I othorwiae. and
-- -"-- -- sole sur lvlaia: executors Last Stilt anil'leXamrnt of "sr..l. perHona. firms .and corporation claim
.:..%......,... deeenaeill Itoliert J. Kd- log an Interest of any kind or character .
To the East To the West wariln.. Hannah lldvinnls ami (.r..... of. In and to the land. and tenement
i GOODPRINTING '1. Kdwarilp, . rhllilren sail sole .ncrlhed In 1I""id bill of com- .
heirs at ln vmrl, tlrreaseil. HIM "COAST LINE FLORIDA MAIL""PALMETTO "SEMINOLE LIMITED" 'Hie.It taortJin'.flt/ rjuart..r of .Becttonu twenty- 4
(24) ; a thirty-all rSfi),
: LIMITED" "THE SOUTHLAND" i appearing from the return of the township thirty-three S3), south,
sheriff upon th' subpoena Issued In the raiiK thirty-two (II) eaat .
"DIXIE H-- ahoit attled (CXUM for lire defi'ndnnts, Southwest. quarter of Horthwn '(
"HAVANA LIMITED" FLYER""ST. JnckxonUK Tampa & KeyV tail Railway luarter.. and northwest quarter ofdouthwoflt
( company, a corporation: under the quarter .of section thirty
LOUIS-JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS" l.a-s "t' the vtate of Florida: that ierv- four (34) township thlrty-fl ((35>
-. Ire of process cannot be had against south range thirty-four (34) eat 11
the said corporation defendant, Jill of sections thjrty-four (34) ..ndthlrt'Y.lx
to. reason of the failure of (afl). township thlrty-aeven
: character of your printed matter makes an indelible' im the .Corporation/ to elect. officera or (37) south, range thirty-four (34)
THE appoint agents and that such officers rant situate lying being", In the IJ- '5
Steel Sleeping, Cars Between Tampa and Washington, Philadelphia -good or bad-upon those who see it. More people and ,'"...< te: or appointed, are. County of Oaceola and\State of Florida, .
and for period of six /<) do be And appear to complalnant'a bill,
and New York ,Jacksonville and C hicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Louis- gag your standing-the character and quality of product-your un- month next before the Issuing of sfild herein filed at the office of the Clerk
: ,
,, ': !. from the State and that
Writ absent of aald Court at Kluaimmee Florida.on J
'! to-datenesl-by that than by any other one thing. Therefore the such officers and agents are unknown the first Monday In January A. D.
.t'4 line. and Indianapolis. It Is thereupon ordered that the said lilt the same being the 7th day ot )t 4
4 4 t ne d for the right kind of printing. defendant. Jacksonville Tampa a> Key aid month: and that this order be
;f. : Observation C ars-Dining Can West Railway- Company, do appear to llahed once each week for twelve '.
and defend complainant. a bill of complaint consecutive week prior to tha ,
Our hobby; is good printing-not fancy. fussy printings-tut herein filed on or before the Srd last aforaiald the Ktaalmme PUbfj: '< -
'RA' and fini.h-the day of Oecemrurr.. A D.: 1(17 and that' Oaaette a tawapaper published :
good printing with character quality right type. this order be sftibllahed once each week of ireneral circulation la -
blended into for the apace of two (!) months priorto Count?. Florida -
Atlantic right stock right Illustrations-all a strong dignified said day In the Khtalmmea Valley WITNESS my hand and .the seal of t i.
: : CoastLine Gazette said Court at :Klaalmmee, Florida thla %J
whole-the kind that will make a good laapression for yoi.I t Ordered and done at DaLand. Florida the ITtti day of September. A. D. 1117. 4fr
thla the tttb day"of September, A. D. J. L. OVER8TREET. --
tnndnrd: :Rallfoad of,he South I Give us a chance on your-.neil job. < V.Ife .' lflT' Clerk, Circuit Court,; Q'oao, )&. ,County. -
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': ., : Childrens' Union Suits, 39 cents, 45 cents and 49 cents. Larger Sizes Same Price Wool Shirts, $1.50 to the Regular Army, Shirt, .' '$2:98: i I' t !=i

tf' 'Sweaters at the Same Price as.Last Year. We bought them in February. Wool Serge, in all Colors, per yard, a . 69c f ;(u:

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Mips Lee Blackmon chaper-
i (Mrs.: E. E.: Well. Editor.) > ,
oned a arty of ninth and tenth grade 11, ; df
boys and girls "on a' "hike" to Mill
s Request b made to all patrons of the.Valley Gazette to send items economical ;
Slough Saturday, v / ere they spread a most
.F Society Events %> the Editor for, publication in 'these colums.I" picnic (dinner And 'k'enjoyed outdoor. -.. *H1Ml

0 I 0 . I 0 I II 0 'I 0 I 0 I 0 oOo.oHo -+- ,"14 I 0 1\1 . IG 101010 10 10 ..0; .
,NOT.ICETO KNITTERS; cooJtcincr fat ?
': H. Mary Tiller, Carolyn Fripp, Margaret Miss Lena Lord, chairman of the "
and Mattie Stanford, Violet Bullock; :
'. HALLOWE'EN knitting of the Red Cross
CLEVER department
.. ,
Messrs.. Summers Wells
'C, II. Bert .
4 PARTY,, 4b announced that a supply of wool is expected J
Corporal Lawrence Carr, Basil Hamilton ..
-00 to, be here by the middle of .- ... .. ,
Dick and Ned Bullock, Edgar and .' '
.".00.0 a444b4oOne Frank Bryan and G. P. ,Gariott, next week. It is thought there will be When.". you step into, your' ,grocer's you find "' ,. 1I
of the cleverest of the enough supply all those who have different different ' "
parties enrolled I shortenings-quoted at prices. 1- ;.t
oX << as knitters. It has been ascertained "
reason was given by Misses Margaret 0 that the sweater? knitted 'You may; want to know which is the ,truly, eco" ,1 '
;Stanford. and Vi let'B l1ock at, .the fr DANCE FOR CORPORAL! here nay(i be sent to our .wn'boys of "
1L L.6teafordhame-Saturdaniht, CARR C4f4a4a448 Company nand still count thetitrrh nomicat shortening 0' 1! :.
t S itSf*" .. 1 .-.- .- on . '!
'", '-..telebratmg: J#t.f\(owe.en.," Wfille"tfie'n, ':'-:; ;: +6fi4-0 '84404::-"::""" :"<-'"':0' et-reques I i ibm'KtftTI =I=.";,-', '-oi --L.: '' 'h e l1rir- t7't n ;;: --.....;...,. _'-'. .2

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vited guests Were the Seniors and a ,. .
.. I
few friends; no one could have recog- NOTICE .
s iced them in the ghostly, figures Misses Katherine Carr and Violet The St. J hn'. Guild of the Episco- Some'shoite' 'r s will ii'o' much farther than:" .'
Bullock were charming hostesses, Friday Church will 'the home of \ '
'e X which approached the Stanford refiidence pal meet at others. '
/ on that evening, and the ring/of evening, entertaining at the Country Mrs. S. H, Bullock next'Tuesday aft. ..
Club in honor of the former's. bro- November 6th, at 3 o'clock. I-
k the bell brought only another whfite ernoon
clad figure who spoke no word a jxthey ther, Corporal Carr, who is home 'on a All tjie, members of the church! are Invited For i instance,: ' : ,
furlough. . '"
to be
were Once ushered Inside In.the pleasaniT Stanford The guests met at the Bullock home Many" careful .housekeepers- ,hav -found.. that .' ,

'" home, the guests 'seemed to have en and motored out to the Club for a Vic- CARD OF THANKSWe Cottolene e.oes'very much farther than other- "
t 'tered another wOrld. Hailow'en lanterns trola dance. Sandwiches, cakes and take this method of extendingour ; t
and the masked-lights threw a punch were served. heartfelt thanks to the good peo shortenings which they had been using. ''I' "'"
. The' invited guests were: Misses ple of Kissimmee for many kindnesses .
',.-dlm glows on the grotesque decorationsland -'
z skull Elizabeth Ledbetter, Margaret and shown in our recent :bereavement t The reason ? r
jefjctted a weird and crossV 1
"'t'L ,
Mattie Stanford, Marie Huddleston, _
-""", ,'bones, propheti""'witches: or ill-omened MRS. JULIA V. PEELER. ,
fblaclc cats.. 4' .. 4 >, Carolyn Fripp Mary Tiller, Lois MRS. J. A. PEELER. It is very much richer. " ,,: .
One by'otie the ;peoplewere Johnson, Eleanor Dunne, Adah Louise ... ' :, .. ".. ,

Y; :allowed to. 'bow.;"before young, the Great Simpson, Norma Griffin; Messrs. METHODIST'CHURCH tr\ < Cottolene! contains no water. It i is always r, '
White. and Inioke'4tiwlse Lawrence Carr, Dick and Ned Bullock, Rev. J. W. Austin, of the Minnesota ..., : .

*dom by Prophet questions, burwhether to the an. Basil Hamilton, Roy Carr, Lacy and conference of the M. E. Church', wilt : i .- :': uniform in, quality. :-a;.::' ::1 ?
awes Sheldon Johnson, Bert Wells; Ray- occupy the pulpit at the morning servIce -.. ' '
revealed the truth couldnbt be
t learned as. the 'questioneri'refused to mond Bearden Bryan'and Jack Simpson next Sunday. Regular service. in l., :" .You will find, too, that pure, economical l ,
Edgar and Frank Bryan, Lewis the evening will .be conducted by the &
k tell.' Gottolene gives 'biscuits cakes and ,
to pies
N 9'Bryan. pastor. Special music Iby the male fried f
A .
unique securingpartners
1 for one of the features of the The young people were 'chaperoned choir. .... .tid-bits, a delicate flavor that even expensive 'r'. 'r'
by Mir.. and Mrs.: W. J. S. Carr, Mrs.S. .
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evening proved'a hit: The girls were butter might well be proud of. .
bidden screen .,.II. Bullock, Sr.. and Mrs. Bullock, {J ,
behind and '
ia' ,' nothing Jr. Brother Gardner will lead the men's c "
.revealedtheiridentity' ,' except their 'meeting next Sunday afternoon at 8 The unusual richness 1of f wholesome Cottolene .

noses protruding through small. holes .oo'Oo..tooo.+OOOto o'clock at the Methodist S. S. rooms, "
In a sheet, while the boys guessed makes. its economy. a true economy. .C*.
: and we desire a full attendance. All -
their. fonner'partnen. ANOTHER HALLOWE'EN t
A, "laughable track meet,'",when.the a PARTY oOt men These and meetings bbys ace; are cordially growing invited.: in In. In baking, use one-third less of Cottolene than_ } 'T'om

boys supplied,, the 'amusement, was agreat e .4 ..,'
terest and numbers have
and you are miss- you ordinarily used of other shortenings. -
success as.was also the ten minute tOOOo+oO OO.Ot. e
ing a blessing if you do not attend. .
;'refreshments.prom just before These: the included serving cakes of, Mrs. E. S. Hall-.entertained her Sunday Come, out and j-join us. ) Remember that the next time you order from '

'-.rei-a",, cocxt\and* .whipped creamuyfred'md'm school class of.the,Baptist;BethelChapelyTuesday ,;; ::, .: ,,/'R" ',' ; : Remeriiber.too that he. can supply'i'" t ..
/ n'ghtjj' 'witha',, ; :ty your groce.r. ; / : \
:> an, iUtistically,decoratedwminglablf. \ very i I(;' ,:r''DEERSPARKMrs. : ri i ;; { "
pleasant .Hallowe'en\ partyht"iit her i I Cottolene ofonvenient tJJ.i '
1 lIallowe'en.qlora tins sizes. ', >
Heft (true yp ', ; /'lJ.I : ',
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} home in West'KJ8simmee . ;
yellow an About : "" "-! ,, ,. "
l thirty masked guests .. ,, ,
,ed.: I Crepe paper 'runners_ crossed: the ed and the quaint costumes and appear .. W. E.' Cherry, who has been : ....,. "
tab* which was centered with a large' entertaining seriously ill for several weeks, was #I Recipe for. =-: I -
provideda .
) games merry evenIng '
IboM of yellow' ;cosmos. Candles with' for the young pc-ople. taken to the hospital at Hopkins Sat- BAKING POWDER BISCUIT .
t Hallowe'en shades, witcheg.and'black! urday. .
+ 'data were-aH dnfevidencMrs. Stanford chocolate The hostess 'served delicious. hot Mr. N. R. Rasmussen: and family, Into.two cups
t and,Mrs.. S. If Bullock presided and sandw: hes..OO.'OOOOOOOOOO'OOOO I formerly guesta of W. R. Butter, returned 'iS w sift and mix one level teaspoons salt ,

3iere., i OO I from several weeks' sojourn in a la- and two rounded''teaspoons baking

One realistic amusement was the 0, 4 Palatka and have decided to make, powder; chop in one level tablespoon s
-'i j' a 'fortune,telling feature. The den had 4AT THE REBEKAH LODGE Deer Park their permanent residence.Mr. chilled Cottolene. Wet'to stiff dough V

.keen,;set aside for this fun, 'and. was 4 4 S. W. Swindell is the guest of : : with }i cup half water and half milk.
hung:with real Oriental draperies A his granddaughter, Mrs. M. W. Motes.
,, Mrs. Lana Almy Walter, presidentof < Rolled Ji i inch thick and cut with 2-inch
Rally costumed prophetess'calt
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the Mr. R. L Rogers was removed to
the Florida Rebekah Assembly, 9r' biscuit cutter this recipe will make about a
,, horoscope and told the fortunes which the Hopkins hospital l Saturday after-, dozen biscuits. j
3 f proved to be wonderfully"clever Late met with the.local lodge at FraternityHall

in the.'evening the guests gathered In Friday afternoon. There was a noon.Mr.. L. L. Britt and family motored 5
d, ;this room for a half hour chorus sing- fair representation of members pres-. to Titusville last Sunday. [! I N..r.fAI: PRANK :OAA, "vA :

r ing.taccompanid by Ukalale. Enjoy. Mi. J. C. Little of Jacksonville ' V ata. "

} ''ing this delightful evening were: sent.Mrs.. Walter gave us a very impressive spent several days atDeer Park re-

,1 rti :Misses lI tham, 'J'e.sie Lee Blackmon ,talc on love, patience, and forbearance cently.'

v Gertrpde'McKay, Christine Ivy, Gus- with each other, showing' Mr. 11.- Smith has accepted a position Cottolene
-iaie :Winn,.Ruth Howell, Muriel'Pren- forth plainly the .
: very meaning of our with'Mr. H. C. Avant to. operatehis .
tis..CUrfbel,MeGhee Norma Griffin, motto of friendship, love and truth. tractor. . ,,
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1'EQ' T. .: A A Leap' in the Dark 7. I -. : : ' S. !

',. .,. $
!. ))1..l',., ;
.,lAO t' .
'JI:,%" .' },fro W. L. Handcock and family,]
1 may.not, -result in broken pones, but it is a risky thing lo do. nevertheless. formerly residents of Deer Park, have'j POTASH ,s

4 ; .. .- It again taken up their abode with us. 'I I SPECIAL. ...SULPHATE OF
Mr. Thomas H. Bond has
T ', accepted a
N It i is just. as. risky to select. a B&nlt"to handle' your' financial affairs, position as traveling salesman for I ((40% )VATER SOLUBLE) I
the Osburn Co., of
without a thorough!. .investigation of its soundness, its facilities. and its" Jacksonville, Fla Manufacturing i FREE fROM CHLORINE t ,

willingness to'ably serve yew* 7"oJ' .. Mr. H. C. Avant and family and"I 103 1 Pounds the
to GIre 2 cent Potash,
4 .7- < K Miss Mattie Tyson spent Sunday in |I ,Bag WIll per :

= these factor Here. in*abundance, and cordially invite Kissimmee. "\
1 + All are ... we NITRATE OP SODA
)In. Young Tindall is quite ill atj i *

et A to your closest:I investigation.' "', ... .;, '" I this writing. I'I'I I AND ?

:.J.:!. .': ,:,; :Mr J. Miller, chief surveyor of the ALL FERTILIZER MATERIALS
.r t' -- f y I .
Interurban line
Melbourne-Tampa ,
- : t ;' spent a day In Deer Park*last week. Send u your name OB a postal. card and we will keep yes cd".. '

: CITIZENS\BANK: it.. 'i. )II'. and Mra. C. C. Burgess of Melbourne I prices.' Send fer free literature *. Home Maiir, _.... a..,
io ,! ,went out in their auto'to see SPRAYING' MATERIALS 101; ,
': -,; ,: {' :' 'the sunset, and the drive was so delightful ;ir: >

OF KISSIMMEE ( :5-: < .,)" that they landed in Deer Park ,The ,Nitrate: Agencies Comte; 'e

and spent several .
1."; pleasant hours here '
t ib i 1 ... Sunday evening. I ., ,Heard, ..,-Bldf. FLORIDA.,

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