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 23, 1917
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00830
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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: .JHFO 1 Y.M. C. A. FUND NEARLY For Patriotic- Support . NEXT, ,FEBRUARY FROM' '" ; ', ,1'.,:",.




.,',' . .{'."' .:TWENTY-FIVE. HUNDRED DOLLARSitrMMITTEES Klssimmee So impressed held with Saturday were the' patriotic the by citltzens the demonstration women of'.- ,I, lowing.. Washington kindly telegram,November:The White 19, 19IT.House. ,.' THE 19TH TO THE. .23RD. :: I INC..x.: : t .:


. -- of the city that' a telegram was sent .Mv,-, -DM-*-,..' Th.e'V Aultman' I _. :..{
President Wilson Informing him of The President asks me to make cordial
AT -BOTH K1SSIM- the event. The message? told of 'the acknowledgement (If'your teler 1 PRESIDENT LUPFER(: AND SECRETARY .

', l' DO GOOD active the womanhood of Klssimmee of November and to tell TEACHERS THOMAS WORKING' OUT
: : .J MEE AND ST.:_CLOUD CORPORAL A. F. SMITH support gram 17tth COUNTY TO ,
had given every war measure you and everyone concerned that he "
< o WORK ;%)3I4Na'HCOIN.IJtnj his TH DETAILS. ANJ.ttPE T TO'' P
the President had asked'of peopleand deeply appreciates your generous assurances. -

,i fell .. .. QUANTITIES. RETURNS. FROM CAMP of their desire to continue. their : Thanking you for your patriotic MEET FRIDAY DEC. 30 'MAKE THIS YEARS: FAIR MUCH.

( '. -APT. NELSON'S TEAM LEADSIN .. patriotic service. support I am,, ,, LARGER, AND BETTER THAN '; tr;
.. ., Miss Elizabeth Aultman chairman Sincerely yours ..
; KISSIMMEE.The .! ., 'Corporal A. Smith, of Company 'of the Women's 'Committee, Councilof I'. t TUMULTY, 'The annual institute for 'the. teach. LAST YEAR'S. '

,. e D," arrived home from Camp Wheeler National Defense"the o.-cial. or. Secretary to the President. era of Osceola county,will be 'held ''her? "' '

:j ,.. \ __ Y/ M. C. A. drive for, the war : on Wednesday, having been discharged '," ganlzationthrough which the Government Mba! Elizabeth Aultniair Chairman next Friday when practically the entire ., That Oiceola County (1i'no'elacker' : '

Il' work fund "went over the top", inOsceola I. on account of a slight derangement may now reach practically every Women's Committee Council ofRational teaching force of the county'will : has long been acknowledged; 'but'she

:; r lounty' and while the returns not of of Mr.the Smith's heart. The-seeking dischargewas and home In the nation received the fol. I Defense, Kissimmee:- Fla. meet in the high school 1. auditorium. l iri\' ,is' coming' ,to the front this" season r

M # ; not complete the campaign ._---------------- ---------------- -----------------------------_. an all-day 'session., with rajjldlty ..which astonishes. the
tare prac- he says he will be back in the .service I 'I ,, .
,s tUally closes with a. total of $$2,300.. before long. The meeting is ..intended, to uhny moat .optlmistlc, and now _tepa I'tllrf. 'I..

e Of thin sum', Klssimmee and vicinity lie says the reports of sickness at RED CROSS MASSUlEETINGJIUitAl KISSIMMEE, NIMRODS the schools of the county ,and bringabout ther. into the.limelight, by/announc. ...,
Camp Wheeler have not been" that' co-operation between theoutlying' big that sbe Is M'OlJi"'to.hcfta this .ftt
raised 1341.40, and, St. Cloud sub- .exagger .sea ),;
district 'and
the
aced and that.there are now seventeen {) .CHASING..THEDEER grade eon one of the'' biggest, and best conn-; ''

; """ ..'Hu.,rlb.'i"..- ....".7ml--- b1imf' iF.iid..ti 'cases' 'Fr iiiT" ., .. !' f 00 1ftw: .hifh !.k /.t.1x. f.7 lease.ancseoardnri3 ;tact.tba'datia"aslss. 1. ;
'Tbe' work; here was carried on by find to the best results.,. , ? \ '.1
eS 'l eight hundred 'cases of pneumonia r'A are. definitely settled fca the.1 10th .tov, r1
i six teams working; In connection with.ti in the camp. Twenty two BAND STAND, DEC.2 AND OTHER GAME program of unusual.interest has 23rd of February, Inclusive, 1018.- 4 : a

.' the special committee. The teams a'ad members of Company B are.. in the been arranged which Is,especially designed - ,Through.the liberality of the board; N,T., ",,4of '1:.

the amounts turned in by them arelisted hospital'with measles and minor ail to meet the,. needs of'the rural County Commissioners' and -the' ,

below: ments"but none of these are thoughtto On December 7th a great drive for fl was a busy day at the office teachers and to give them practical City' Council of'' Kissimmee sufficient..' I ::w:.,

4-'A. S. Nelson, chairman.'.._-$563.06 be dangerously ill, though Drig. Red Cross members will begin and j if Judge T. M, Murphy when he suggestions for their"work'., funds have been donated through the :

I 5-W. J. Steed Chairman ___. '249.85 grers: Hamilton and Rouse are pretty continue until the latter part of the issued 45 licenses' ; not for'Cupid, however One noticeable feature\ of the, pro channels .of their publicity"Junds..:to':' -; ,

of 1-H. Clay Stanford __.._.__.0 217.25 ; sick.., .. month,'\vhen I it is ,hoped thousands ofnew' ,' but.tohe gun artists '(It.this vi- gram -is the-importance placed_ on. patriotic Snance thttundertaklnaNever -in..the., J. \ ,

'2-Rev:Cg': H. Summers ::.___ 20524: Corporal 'Smith- accompanied Henry members will be added to the cinltv.Up instruction. history of the. county has so great an' ;, :

'6-Edgar Katz _____________ 73.75 I Woods another member of Co: B, local chapters as Christmas mambers. I to November 20th when the The sessions of the ,'institute ;are acreage of/her land, been:devoted;"fa; ''J tt'1;.,
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'3-Z.. Bass __________----.--- 15.25 to his home in Davenport: Mr. Woods At Kissimmee this date will be observed -, season opened 94& resident licenses open to the public, and school I officers agriculture ,and,, its. now. up to .the' ; .,4./y. "

i In speaking\ of the result of this has -been ill for some time and it is : with a mass meeting when the had" I been issued, which was an increase are especially'urged- .to be present." residents of theentire/ county rally: .e.1\\ ..".


l ,.aid: '"There was no exact amount Lieut. Lee Jarrell has been quite band stand and listen to needs of the non-resident county licenses as Second LieutenantC.B.'McCaugh'en together the,, result of their .fi'

.asked of ,Osceola county though sick, ,and was threatened with pneumonia home chapter and devise sore means against 68 of last year; and 8 'non-' of'.Company B, stationed .t' ,Camp" forts,..nd,make an exhibition I of bat.can' .
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of these. The work of the residence hunters' licenses in place of Gordon MaconGa.., has been promoted ,- '
93,000 was about the. proportion allotted but is now improving. meeting be dons, in Florida that will.,make, k I
; u. When every point has Before leaving Camp Wheeler Cor Red Cross is vital to the success of "three! last year. to the position of First IJeCtenant the, name of'OfCeOla famous.Already .

I i been heard from the total will be poral Smith was presented with a the war and no chapter must: fail to CMTuesday morning the lid 'wasoffhand It Is gratifying'to'Kl.simmee to see this section I. receiving! .
a and while do a toward providingece..ry until the first of March the her boys advanced to. ..portions of honor '. -
tarpund.the $2,400 mark we gold fountain pen by the members of part flattering mention of the response she:
i wished to reach $2,600 the committee company as a mark of the high omforts for our sick and 'wounded partridge dove squirrel turkey deer and ,trod,, '" mad. to th. nation's call for cre t.t'l .

,. gratified with co-operation shown esteem in which he Is held by all the soldiers. and other game will be subject to food 'pNduction and :when the planaSs.' ,-" t. : .

"by practically every one." boys. The funds of the Klssimmee chap slaughter provided the sportsmandoes WOMEN'S PARADE-AN for the.1018'potato -crop are realised. 4' ;

i Th4 money colleeted will .be sent to \ ter-are now at; low ebb and steps must ;not exceed the limit prescribedby \,\, we will be a second Hastings for r r

FrajO..,:.- Wood State treasurer of be taken-io replenish the treasury"or law. "spud" notoriety,,,with cabbage .and t ,jjsuit
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1 the Y. M. C. A., at Jacksonville. SHORT COURSE FOR the making surgical dressings and 'A ("lumber of hunting parties 'were IMPOSING ,PAGEANT og erj efors. adding to the;fame.- :'.Theonditiens

a. : The JoTTo wing i. a list-of donations hospital garments', and even the, knit organized and left MondSY morning to i it, .would"seem-,'. are ">* t
1 i received from residents of Kissimmee; ,. '
Continued N. C.. Bryan chairman of the the season.C. Perhaps theVnost Inspiring".scene ;
-' 1 ( on Page-4.) ** history : unprecedentpc..!v.;: It'would;rt. :-
c -\y department making the hospital garments : B.'Elam; Herbert and CarlWich.tegdahl in-the ofthei city'4arepaeted In' "**-
jncreaied'agrkulturat.Iforta
'JS -"- The annual Short-Course for the stated that a .certain number Harry Hudson, and P. C: But- Saturday afternoon,, when thewomanhood '! alc1t. t.pger ,' ':'- /
LO ,FdRST! !! Acknowledged to >e the
SSIMMEE '
of Klssimmee marched1 be:
of each Seen torn,left in two'cars with ;
month had hunting
garments
home extension''; work of Osceola greatest, need sot tb..tlon., It #
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ASKETBALL GAME. ,
t County will be held here Friday and pledged. These are: dogs and all the paraphernalia for neath'the'Stars and Stripes, Ina, patriotic would do more!' than.'that.i "It waald't' is!

,( I The Santo; High School girls del Saturday ,November 30 to 31, when 36 pairs pajamas. t bagging big game.- Theywill spend hundred'demonstration.and children Fully three furnish Government'an onequaled' ;t::
from the Klssimmeeth State agentswho have this work +n 36 hospital bed shirts. the week at Padgett Island. women : partlcKpa
ted the. g will be and interesting Impairs bed socks. Honorable W; J: Sears Prosecuting processional represented
School at the Parish House last charge present give leryatlon campaign by reaching .thein ,
w demonstrations.The 48 handkerchiefs. Attorney W., B. Crawford Mayor Ca- a vista'of years from the se tike 0
s w .MlnrHt. In a pretty game ftt rlttlsWetball talks and In masses.' It would furnish the op-t::( ;
for-o.-the Sanford girl, with the members of the Canning Clubsof .12 hot water bag .covers.)I. del, Captain L. R. Farmer, Marshal ren -faced. snow- owned leaders of! portuuily for an ..duational'car -:-"

.or, of 37 to 7. It was Sanford's the county will be "guests ,of the 43 wash cloths, gnu N ,', George Overstreet, J. E. Lupfer and the Confederacy United Daughters of the Southern on. the work ,of. the, Amerlatt/.: ... ' I
and
the Ladies of the
," ame. from the start. The score of city on those dates and will make Individualjf ;: Funds must'be-raised touythis Holmes Prather were a party of crack Cross; and Jotfieidlines| of ( .i krw', "
/ 'ptMtftk') ;;; :;.. -
p 17 to-0 for the first half of the.game exhibited IOf their canned materlal.i'ii.k.i'i;\ '' shots leaving the a first i-of the week Gv'Ai' R.. !to: .wee,Miss I .Wilhelmena!' lr.1" Service. :In fact, there; t* notldng Bt ,""if4c'\'\ 'u"..;. ,
"1 .m'w. w The ladies' I Wolf Creek: Word received from von /wnp>\carried a banner -with the .f' '
ruits-'and vegetables. 'who'have qualified to t .
t tells the story. AH the Sanford play- Ifor now that would add to the growth and': \
words Sent iZ
era did well and had some Vrtty team Friday morning MissJWinnie Floyd, make surgical dressings devote /egu- Wednesday said: "Plenty of I ,, Daddy, 1 prosperity:of this.'county as the holdng .. : :" '\
.
-work. Sanford Herald. State poultry agent, will meet" the! lar days each Week, ,but it requires turkey birds and fish, but no deer." The Women's, Committee of the i of this fair, : :

The girls made a. creditable show- members of the Egg Circles and the money to provide material.* Honorable W, J, Sears returned Council for National Defense which'' lethe .Last; year1; witnessed ,the ''first ,6s- '. .i,

9' t. when it is remembered that this poultry clubs of this vicinity and will I The .knotting needles that click in Wednesday and confirmed the storyas official channel" through which< the ceola county fairwi
Cil i first gapteye he season and make a talk on "Candleing and Marketing almost every home 'in ,the city must far a* the turkey birds and fish (jovern rent .conters'with.th woman a success''beyond 'qu.. v ,tho .

A' .ito-f" -.*!*?*. fl sere they were Eggs." be laid aside if wool is not forthcoming are concerned, but even .includes one power of the, country. organized the I prophesied it- couldnoVbe' .Ia'V' t
asp that done. +
rsad To return game Friday afternoon '1 to 3 o'clock a and .even -our own Florida boys deer though'he full/ expected more demonstration to emphasize the work I What w..' .n: experiment.then ''Wi I-' '
at alias women are already doing here and to 1+
will be of the would be found.J. .
deprived
demonstration of bread will be comforting
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been sq jduled for December war interest his; year' be an .accepted fact. 'The ,
when Kisiritory. .;will be on home ter- given by Miss Nellie McQuarrie, domestic warmth of these garments.unless the R. Gilbert, R. S. Floyd Ed Lancaster others in .ome".ctlvlty. bulldinp are 'erected and the grounds t
'' Miss Elizabeth chairmanof :,
6 anQ expected the girls will science teacher for the public funds are subscribed: A. D. Gilbert Prator Gilbert, Aultman .well in ,shtpe.; 'The, raps track It e
the Council wai.SIIlst.ed
i the Club Harry Dale and i Wade .Lanier: spent committee :
While
hold the sFo Ito indifferent figure. school Canning ; made. Obstacles to.making a usable r ,
n4 s accompanied to San- girls are engage4, in this demonstration two days hunting at Redland Hammock ': by Miss Anne Bryan Carson, -chair: track last, "were
team year' seemingly un-
The '
THANKSGIVING SERVICE man of the Membership committee of'
,
there will be conference of the where they found quail
coach. Miss Jessie Lee a surmountable''
t ,1 'fiord by their Plentt.1 through lack 'of moisture :
'the Red Cross, and Mrs. B.'B. Simpson ,
raisers ful and secured their full -
nd-several cars of friends. poultry with perhaps a visit quota.Gay
t Blackmoh 'vicecheirmn'of'the Up,towithin a few days of the
The ,1 Joe-up 'toe the- game follows: .to one of the near-by poultry farms" Thanksgiving services will be held 'Livingston and brother,' of arranging, and Chapter; in event the outcome was a question, but i

M Sanford-Forwards, Core Lee TillisThryher At 3 o'clock the meeting will adjourn at the Christian church Thursday, Jacksonville and Edgar Katz left by of the carrying: > out the' details it-rained and the track became passab. t3 '
t.. : center for the matinee at the Casino. boat -for a few days' duck hunting pageant" .
; jumping ly '
,
good. Thl..ye.r It will
sf November 29th at 7:30 p. m, and the I The Xfsaimmeebandrin, full ''uni -be in fine'shape'and
Helen' Saturday 9 to 12 m': htissSara11 down the river. r
-i- gin unning center, a. -,as the data are' arranged ,
; ait, Tleanor Herring and Partridge, District, agent will con sermon will be preached by Dr. W. B. Sheriff L. H. Ingram Fred B. Ken : for.m. l led* the processional: it .left with Orlando and Jacksonville to'' '. +

.y .earl.. duct a demonstration onx the use of Witherspoon pastor of the. Presbyterian ney City "Clerk of St. Cloud Wm. the Red ,Cross i 'marched headquarter.'in, theCasino complete 'a racing circuit,, the; races

;. MyM BQiee orwards.'Adah' Louise the tireless! cooker In rep.rlnatough. church. The other pastors will Monsdoca Marshal of St. Cloud, and building to' Broadway here will probably be Identical with ;.

' 'sady 1 Oliver; guards, meats soups and serials. take part in the services. It has been Julian Monsdoca, formed a party who and made,a tour of the business those of the Statefair. fir- ,
ier Mary Tiller run- Saturday afternoon there will be a hunted in the eastern portion, of the section. Matching the head of this
; The
p GriQ'ind suggested that the offerings this year band of completion. of the, br ekoaci
earnest' Miss
Alet Bullock; .jumping conference o( the Canning Club girls should county and secured a fine buck. women was from t
ter, be. sent for relief of Armeniansand Carson ,the.city to the fair grounds will
Anne'Bryan as .Columbia, her 1 I
s Uall and substiMattle and the. .awarding prizes on their
bs ; contribute 'the
of
Al Syrians end there should be a SMALL FIRE tall figure In to success this event
beautiful
enveloped
a.
Stanford I year's 'work. The boys of the chill liberal offering, for the needs of the.epeople flag-which fell' in simple folds from and''
Op will be taken to inspect stock andgardeneJn are great. Let there be a A small fire caused considerable excitement her shoulder and /'her 'jlassicalfea: % which handicapped' the visitors' lastyear .

? a ..thevidnity.duringtheafternoon. large attendanace-at'this-service and Saturday morning; when the tures crowned with ttie- shield 'fash- ;- -- . '

a 1'L CE OF hearty devotions! ,render whistle told of its location in the business loned Into helmet '' S. '1;. 'Lupfer, will again; head the'' 1 "i
' a. f on which rested
ER IN EFFECT. The meetings will be held 'in the ,
r section but it proved tonbe the the figure of an:American fair:association'as president with,A.En :. ""
eagle
L' T'x 4 another building .t.the corner of Broadwayand FISH DEALER ARRESTED. sleeping tent used by Prof; and Mrs. poised for flight. On one side marched 'Thomas, secretary-treasurer. and y'
jump Darlington avenue and all who Niehaus who-are the manager in direct l
+ crease conducting sing France; repre.entedf.by Mrs. ; charge.
x are interested in this work are cordially A. the ; ..Bur
: Rosen well-known fish dealer
amounts to ing for'the gospel meetings and the rows, whose costume carried1' oat 'Communications. have been sent; to

TN8'P 1TY invited to be present. was arrested Wednesday on a blaze was extinguished before it the thought of the flag of that country. the' board ,of 'trade-of"St..' Cloud \the'
warrant sworn Vo by a fisherman spread to either of the other tents. city council various "Organizations
+ +; 9-3 mixture is On' the other. Miss Katherine : '
I NDS SIX
bone.a Liza. m today I OCTOGENARIAN named Lybrand charging him with The cause of the fire is unknown. Carr as England. Columbia France and the. raidenta'.there'to,join. with ,
CAMP WHEELERMrs.
SOLJHBRSrTO the larceny of a seine. Mr; Rosen Every one connected with the meet. and England le.dlnathe Oskito and Kissimmee, and' the balance I :of'. the '- "r

-__ wet er or not E.; if. Sessions, who has been claims ownership of the net,.which he ings yas in the gospel tent at the Fulechee Camp Fire girls with their county in making the, .1918 faire memorable --

[II I jro still higher., 'resident of Kissimmee for the past says he originally furnished to another time it occurred, and were surprised close .one. ' > '
t it has been announced guardians, followed ; then 'the
r government was to make fifteen yearsl has contributed more fisherman who turned it Aver when ,some one"ran in to 'spread) the long line of ladies of the. G.. A R.:and .".
does of Chilean nit i than her "bil" to the great national to Lybrand at the request of Mr. alarm. 'The tent on fire and its contents the U, D. C. 'TAMPA SPECIALOn : ;i .;

r. CjQ a [ectpur 3 to consumers at rwhlch defen>.h.our homes. She Rosen. On learning that Lybrand were entirely destroyed.! Even The Red Cross workers were divIded r. ,,

the ''purpose pf reducing has three grandsons and one great was selling his catch to a competitive clothirig belonging to' its ..occupantswas into three sections, the'makers of Sunday, NOT 26th the Atlantic! 1
1, KUsim- dealer Mr. Rosen he went out Coast Line:1rilllnaacurate: ,
of this grandson in Company B from soys- ; burned. its Tampa ,
farmers no effects hospital garments, the'makers of surgical Af
noticeable inv mee and one grandson in Company C and brought in his net, and the arrest special 'train., for,the ."In.'ttwf first '
ben ,dressings .andsthe knitters:: A
haye yet from10rt.ndo. all ,stationed Camp followed- Mr. Rosen has hereto ,All members of the Woodmen of trajn going.south and arriving at KU ., '
of ,
'who
Miaml Metropolis. girls in
'are engaged
i Wheeler Macon Ga. fore borne a,good reputation, and. his :the World are especially 'requested to group ; simmee at l:51i: 'p. ''ro..'ors:that'date, W, 1, '
cloth :
snipping for the soldiers'
uartpr of left While Mrs.'Sessions: has passed her friends feel sure' .he'will ,be'exhoner..ted 'be present at the meeting next Tue. pillowswaved 'and returningMonday'aK8:52'p.'rnThe : .
W. 3. Sears today flags as they marched.
ole gay
s Nog the Waterways eightieth birthday she can still make a when the case comes up -for a day night, when about fifteen new The regular_schedule foe this train is'
attend! food 'conservation'movement '
ti to If. tatting i hearll ''. He gave bond in the sum of 'choppers"' will be initiated into themysteries published.Ij>> another column'.ot''' this
there. ws ae- '' II
meeting was weU.repre..W
g Lacy Johnson, his,prl- Other'' relatives living here are: five hundred dollars, with N. C.. .Bryanand of Woodcraft. A large astic; groupIn becoming by 'aprons an .enthusi and palms 'The' traveling public Will hall rkA '
by
M. Kats: an sureties. delegation< from. the prlando- lodge, : 'suinouneement'with' a' deal
r and by Mrs.'Sears.' Two sons; G. F." and.A. W. Sessions, .' this great;
rye and hdr daughters,Mrs. 'R. D. ''Drlggers with a special degree team is expected . tape ofsatisfaction, 'as ,It; noj only.wide ?

-anything to sell, trade loin R...A. Bowen, Mrs. l.N.. W. regret1;', to ;that'; Ceo. H. to be'+present, and: the work ;The"registration 'of Noni.n' was.-'t_< one', train,*'day aob:wbah" proVTides .1'
yv other conspicuous and ; '
unit ; -t i "
ag.try'our elasslfied column. John_,,Mra. 'A. G. Parish and.Mrs,'R Taylor bs been confined to his home promises. to be. exceedingly'Int re ; : . ....:.lagjs .mt riabli- ears."and" -fare: ,

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,, : l", ROLL OF I'' "of !i AMONG CONGREGATIONAL YOUNG PEOI'LE CHURCHES IN 1 I 1 I II ,. J.


", I City Council i I There are now Christian Endeavor 1 ,"

'(*:' 'The following pupils of < societies for this! denomination in ..

',me Public, School have '' :: ; I I I met in regularlession, Jacksonville, Tampa, West Tampa. 1

L sent or tardy during tha present W. W. Carson American and Cuban; Mt Dora Luke 1 I

ing Friday, Nov. Oth, and! r ,B. E. Haley, llowell-'Helen{ New Smyrna Cocoanut Grove, .7i
an average of, not less Pledger, acting city, at- .
Miami, Arch Creek, West ..
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4 per cent. in their studies / . .
: R. Gilbert, clork.i ,
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.. i Beach, I'almdalu, Daytona( Palm
:, ln"less .than eighty-five.'in i i tbe'last meetings were lachert, Pomona, Winter Park '

'( and not less than '' Reports of off gerine! Sanford, Moore Haven, St. l"e-I| '. \

;p'ortmentl- \! and approved. tersbuig, Key \Vesr, and Dorcai with ]; J,
First Grade C. j approved and ordered I utile,.. organixations largely Congrrfgutiunal i: Ypiir Higher Cost of '
ul!, Howard Falls Lilla I
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; ; at Tavarefe/ Jupiter. Stuart !I
;st bert Tapley, Willie May : ")' OH \i." ir S Soon. '
.....1. Sal.l. ax1nlwfinl: L and Crestvicw. Tho last societies'ccmlng '
r 1 ama Shuman, Shirley i : ; ,I. II" t..ill>.<- .,. 415.10. into our followNhip 'aieLU 'Grown Fruit and Truck .
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I'' Van Duzcr Lannie I : ". Kill.I IIH, Tii-nsuri'i1" \ Z5 oil I-
I : I l:: Kul.. 1 a" 'liik HiKl ,newly organized Young PcopIeV, and |1
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First j |
r Grade B. I II (. t Hill.) ks. ,'11)' Alt)'. 2r....." ,Junior,.,at .Johns'to +'.well-known for
Herbert; Breaker, ; ', Snl HH. ,iiKrinlx-i' of having Miss; 'Ruth Coffin and her of Florida will
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" mvcllnwat" n 10 "0 -r: Thiiyear the growers
1 ,, Hampton Bowen, Albert : \ ; : .. I-In I. ax "wmt'< -"f brother; George Wni Coffin, Stat intr"' costs'* hate ,
( !J 100..tlIIHII) l1Yt+1'' find that tlTerr-W lli
Hyatt, Sanford May, )' i \ :: \ ., Hid a* iW-tilliiT' .Citizenship leudci,, am'ong younger
d 7; Frank Schmidt, Emil I: :: ::;:: i'i nii-ifllnuM. ) 111.('it.?jcitiens.? There are n'lso'several Ju- been increased. Labor IS scimust
)' I I i Hnl! I. nn nii-in1)'T of
Yates Christine )' I' 1 ; {J I, ItKM-llllUH/ ) ...rOo .... 1(1110( Jiior, Endeavor "societies, .'' scuttcied over , be paid high wages, i.' Wfcosts "; '._ '

I Johnson, Ethel May: Ward :'i :" "Sill", ,'Ihllf'XH '".IIK'tlllll.. _'_. ._'"r.__ 10,11\1 'the state ,but on. account of the Congregational .more crates are more eNpenSlVt7s( ? "'"'V' "
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Yates ( ( '
Hilda Fines .
\h'III '
? l church largely
5 :. > + .__.,_ 11.11(1, ( being' com I If I
;a. . First. Grade' A.. I I ; 1 i y,!' IClxnimtnrc, I'l-iit! . ''posed of northern: .Haulers< chiloren'd.\ These hIgherroducmg\ costs are not '

j J Ethel Jones,, Henry :; : ,: ;' : ,, 'Snl,- Kupc'ilnH- .. *.n.J-_ Aft.IUI' >not predominate, tJ such a djgree, as'I 1'1, confined to Florida but prevail all over '-'.

.' Burkam, Ralph' Lorenx. ) ; : : wurlt -' .,,-_..,__ foil,ct.. in other churi'hcs, > Flo1'ida. '
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,8ome
I abroad.
.j'.j'.Bernie.Yates. i ? : .1; ", ", trel \\01'1. _" 40,511 the UnitedStates, as wellas .;
; ,, ) Sul I. ax Ml iivlglaer..' 4Hlxi .Thi month the societies take Chinafor.'spedal' 'I
: i $ "
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i.- : : Nul.41s: soaveilftpf,.? 4fi.dll: There was no escaping them
_.. Second Grade i B. j 1', Snl. nn Koxtoti __ iliM' missionary study on No-: *
Mary Yates, Tomnu 1t : I l 1 I, (>nc','i,'t .j Hiii| Chapman Howard' lam ."-*.--< '''u'' -t'---------_ !:!r.i.'i4'. being sent from" the oflkc sf the' Department war for the "safety of democracy." ,
' street work, .,... tll..".o ;" \ ,
1 ell,. Marion SinpVtary.... }: 1 \ Co secreta-v.: Miss" Glace M.
ver, Montelt Lane, su" j''' 1[ : ; :;! r30 Hiiiipll4H,Oinoi-iy and._: h45 Baeck'a!: young mia lonary at the There is compensation the fact ,
niula feed
Nonaii Graham, Harry l _.._ HUP-; TIKI! American Hoard M Union, Peking '. ,, that if properly! marketed the products -

., 1 _.T' on lllufalL. { '..,.. i'I------------,arrlte mipplle! *. 31.15 liiSS China,. Is the foreign subject for mis- I ", 'of farm, garden .and grove may be sold .

:- ,4' ,'.,,.pheus r Gilbert. !> + ; : ""='l ;;:' OBfl.Xfeif.j. % il i o ; -Ui.-aIlh.S, t t
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t< ( : ; ;r 'CTSST( jto pdce&: *,nQUgl; > :*hjghe!!? .p: l"! _. ..
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Nr"-'rivs 'chllrlt !
Second Grade A. Congrjgationar1leavor.el x 1MIIg
.j % ) :.1'11 $250 which ate" .
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George Minx, Ernest ; I|I I i ,.,-,<',).y -. __. -.- 2\fl3 I 's will try-to raw.- this year in this '.,.
."Bell, Frank Kritz', Carl ".',, .fi'vdtnif |1'1'1.-. 23BH. 'I I static, is for missionary work in China least increased producing. costs., .- :,
east
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,} I Gettis Tyner, Joseph ; I '' / \ extra, extra police notice .- 2.00 2 no (:, cared for by Miss i.rock. But this can not be hoped for from .
y \Vha1ey, Thomas 1'11 |>ulU'i> ._. Sod J I. District Associations aie. to be held
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__..Bowen, Alice Barber,.. \ ""'- ', supplies.\ for ,,!at follows: West Floridaat Dorcps!!,, shipments sent to glutted markets or Ir q:
fin, Virginia Harris I ,. bxlaicu Hal.7'o an 4 00 i:-NoV'-l1-14th., Strrlthenf'oa: "'fr. Miami -, offered to the consuming public with ..

) Ella Quirk Geneva I work) _on___.eavengel: Znfl' .((10, I i Nov. 19-20th' Mouth Florida at . out the identifying marks of a selling "?

# Schilder, Erma Whit*. ; : ..-,-, --_avancfor- --_---_-:---- 8251" I Avon Park and the foe t'l aflntrilachen "- agency with which it is acquainted and ,

Third Grade B. I I l I'uhllRhlliK.i-hnilty. -fat.-.. 102(1( i' ,.. Dec. 4.5th. 'It H hopq.il/ that in which it has confidence. A public ly

:h Nellie Gilbert Hazel | .. ____ _._'_ 2.1",I I the Christian Endeavor: societies of for its de- .r:
goods
" "y ]I. Quirk, Elsie Schilder, ; I, SIT..... pay._roll. _for. .14011 : each district will send delegates to paying higher prices j
Florence Ashton Sarah ..." .. d., HupplU-M their respective Aaociuti, and takea mands assurance of their quality.The .
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ginia Bowen, Ruth I ( jnnltur+ ___- ..-- n-_-_ 1440, good report home to carry out in Florida Citrus Exchange can' "k;
j I.i<-lci for J..il _ 3..ltd
r .+ Graham, Henry Key Alvin I i I I.J. I"an echo meeting State Supt. Geo.
'p Norman Yates Garland shop._ .wont_.._Sheet. n __ 2 GO I j Waldion, of Tampa, and other prominent market your 'products so as to obtain

g Third Grade A. t'lnnt 1 loin I. Supt.Vatr.nnn.__' I So.no I church leader, will be piopent at maximum prices for these., It has the .,1,

Leon Rouse,Viola Bell I } i .l.lirhl.'. Snl 1'lnnt l Knirlm-rr 8260 each Association meeting and as far confidence of the fruit and produce ,,:!

E. Gardner Edwin "I. EnglleerVnter Mr. Waldron is hoping to ,
possible
I as trade and its name and trademarksare
Plant _... -_, 82.Eft
Suhl Hansel Johnson, I .- Hal 'ICriKlrx'-r attend the District Christian Endeav. looked to as their protection 'by '- ,:
Ethel Enoch light" Plant. K2 Bn Conventions due, Flor-
'Joiner soon over
\, I. Lineman _.. 75( , .. Sue I .
Ledbetter. | Kal I. as Kliemnii" 65/ OO '
| labor. I.lft I ida.West has its -dependable men in '
Fourth Grade B. ) Inhor 175 i Palm .Beach and Interlachen every
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'P Neva Lee Harris Julia . Inbor Nat an__Water', _011.1- 1.75 I I are two of the places carrying out the .important market center and, keepingin

Christine May, Carroll ; ct
neva Miller, Jane May, ,: 1: ;.h'.:"ri1.ll tefundn----and 408711 I mission: Sunday in October thereby avoid gluts. It is conducted with due "
Tina Schilder, Athalia .. Co. ""|1'1.11.- 7.30 i, learning more of the bravery in life
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('u oil 2975 and efficiency
alike for -
? regard
Fourth Grade A. Hunpllo ._ .. 11 do of aged' minister and their wives. economy
Willie Megahee, Willie ) I ','n Co., wood, meters__ __- _- 124.37 400
Y erine Denning, Margaret l print... '.In"Ul1.lIeHft K . _. . 2.25 mencing with' Jacksonville Nov. 17th it nets for their produce-----:

Chapman, Hazel Bass ht Plant -- -- 19.22 and taken( in se"ml' Congregational
ener, Oren Brown, I"I' Light"r Co Plant., oupplli-n h-l-;_ 40.4K societies with other ,friends of State For further Information consult tiled

Fifth Grade B. ,\ met with Council and Christian Endeavor office years, to be Ii, manager of the Exchange packing house
Herbert Wilson ; ''drainage be made met. or sub-Exchange nearest you or write a
business of 'the Florida '
the
of Mabbette and TOWNSEMD manager ,
:
i Georgia Fairbanks Lera GRACE A. Citrus Exchange at Tampa, Florida.
fbrough "Oliver' Hilda On motion? the' mat' 'ongregational' ung I'eople'sSecre.tary .
Fifth' fir.dejA to Street commtte{ ...

Eun C9[Rlv8rs.--:1nebekah: act _
Sixth Grade B. by 1)); apt B E Haley t. ourjplan'wifeJfare1histralBKTioitdii, fo1 In r M House
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' "!' dJt that the; salaries, of : n heir
: CITRUS EXCHANG
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r .r Sixth Grade A. 'raised' from $45.00 to w.iy as General Tfrig1Spljmsl'fo7 t"aa

Fred Lupfer, Noralee night attack. Haiir aims to get the

net Graves, Clara Johnson it was so ordered that maximum of results with the mini .

( Miller, Elizabeth G. deposited by the Tuck mum of material. He uses plenty, but

.i -4- ., y 1,, be returned and contract he doesn't waste any So should you.
a -. ; That's the way you and Haig will win

no further business the this war. I L. H. .Hakes, Manager Sub-Exchange,'

to meet in regular .
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4th, A. IX 1917 at 7:30 RED CROSS THEATRICAL \
been in sympathy with I Lee ..Shubert ; Jl
Osceola DAY TO BE DEC. 7TH ways any work'' George fohan Hunt
ulong humanitarian lines and II. Harm. HoniN W. .
F. II. LAWSON:' road age Oliver
\ '. President. Red Cross Theatrical Day which the Red Cross has profited by the gen I Moiosco, (Chaile DilliHamnier { lam, Arthur

r was to have been ;observed' throughoutthe erosity of actors on man'y .occasions. j teui. Moienz' liegheld! Marcus -

GOVERNMENT; ) =" country on October 2Cth, has been At a pageant recently given in New i !.(Jew, !:. F. Albcf', Martin Beak: ,

YK :" FIELD (r GLASSES: postponed until December 7th. This I York, nearly one hundred<< "headliners"" j' Alf Hayan, A. II.' Wot dim, ('om ''u'k.

postporcmont was made by Henry.P. participated, and about $r.o.ooovn" kllliott: nnd (ieht, !SelWyn'; & \r'r.'' John
f by the patriotic\ act of an Davison chaiimnn of the Red Cross inised for the Red Cross fund. Wilii.ims; and SmmnScribntIiTheatrical ,

It We have a in California, the Navy War Council, and A. L. Erlanger ; Under" Mr. ,Erlangeii's: direction, leudeis, 'hrough"
has issued a call asking over 250 of 'th \ prominent theatrical country w
whom Dr. DUVMOII! has appointed nation more are ((I-ol''ra'ng wit
ing contiibute for war ser- chairman for theatre day in order ; managers throughout the'country liwl:! Croh-, authorities in maki

spy-glasses,(: and not to divert attention from the have already, volunteered to'' Urlaking. : a nuti..nide. suc

I may now be in private liberty loan campaign. give their entire leceipU; to the Red !

I I (I. I I government cannot ac Hell l (Cross, Theatrical Day was placed ('ros': nn that day; and to co-operate I I
!I or service free, $1.00
I fur ahead on the calendar, no. that. 'jthIr, r'llanger: in t'Xtl'ndillRthe
for such glasses Rheumatic .
i as I c
'; Enameled even advance: announcements might general observance! of the day I|
Send to lion.I '. I Drive{ them out th
i not intrrfeVc in the !least with the .hioughout the country. r w
Roosevelt Assistant Sec- Liniim, the k
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qun ing, 1 ,
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bond sale. Leading theatrical have
: managers (
Tinware tag linlnu-nt that
Navy of Naval Ob pc etc
care
I Thifntir? receipts of many the- hren organized into a committee, including out rubbing end r'elta J
$ IX G. .. S
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atrr: throughout Ihe.country, as well I Marc'Klaw, !David Relasto, ; for Always.the Achts,h.n'c and a but;ivo/r//1 n ill/.]

srr I ;. you 'cheered when he ns the salaries of many patriotic ac- (ism, (font, ago)I' ,"Prat 1
1 Razors )' will sland Knee deep in tois for that day, will be contributed i What 'is LAX-FOS : stiff f ), lilt'' tail'' aII 1 h \
k ,. ''o the Red Cross relief fundA\ .nisdard Mrnl
; war LAX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA i!
he will face
: I ; poison jjasI
: ;y.: Pocket I number of theatres are planning spe I A Digestive Liquid Laxative Cathartic
; I flame.: lie will eliduru, all ''
fl. (performances for the' occasion. and Liver Tonic. Contains Cascara Bark, ) N 'I
| of modern l battle. (1'hut'a I Blue Flag,: Root Rhubarb Root Black ,
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The
:. Rope, i i LOt, pe-lur, i I" t to save theatrical profession has al- Root,May Apple Root,henna Leaves and I
N that Pepsin. Combine, strength with palatable
birad '
oidci --
a day in ----
aromatic taste.-L)oe.stf tipe. SOc
; r.., ; A ;I l fight in lain. SOUR, ACID STOMACHS, I .
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1 ,Stoves, I WIFE ADVISES GASES OR INDIGESTION. I.<..--:..;..;...).).:-:--:-:-:-.:-:..:-:.-:--:-' :-:":.':":-':":'\,:,-:-,:--:-.>-:.:. -.o.- '1

KISSIMMEE WOMEN. Dlapep.ln" ..
"Rape's neutralizes
excessive
Paint.
acid In stomach, relieving :r TAX NOTICE
F I
u | trouble so had/ I dyspepsia, heartburn and (
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but toast fruit and distress at once. :I .

\ The Story : Everything else soured Time itl I In five minutes all ntoraiacU I October 3, 1917

gus. Dieting did no good. distress, duo to acidity, will
; go.
,, A young business ; until I tiled buck-. No indigestion heartburn sourness or ; : Notice is hereby given that J "

' ;" '.7. ,ODD".wife weeping- etji as mixed in, belching of gas! or enirtatious of undigested : t }
'" "Why $nsette, food, ira dizziness\ bmating foul Tax Books'for 1917 '
; ONE1" SPOONFUL bene- breath or headache will.be open
--1 f 'aii oasly. J ." Because Ad Pape's J>lap<>p in !Js noted for its Ii "
"Oh, Graham, I', ,, BOTII large and speed in regulating upset stomachs., collection on Nov. 1st. I am i <\' '
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1 is the
sobbed. It surest, quickest stomach (sweet!
.it relieves ANY
pASEI
'..;' .: . :5I "tJ..t. I vnvT in the wjiole world and besides it ready furnish
1'- + all? "D I sour stomach gas and is harmless. Put an end to stomach I to estimates on 'tl .
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troeser pocket. It has QUICK distress at once by getting a largo' fifty
f ; : Sh.'.wa* trying. of anything we ever sold rent case of Papa's Diapepsin from any taxes. 2 per cent 'will Be* ,allowon .
x filectric Get,wblch we i Store. 1mg store. You realize in five minutes ;. ::
V how needless it. isto suffer from indiirestlon I all taxes .
,- 'v . : ; < ( ,.dyspepsla or any stomach disorder paid durIng' November! '
4 ; :i:r..rt: the'eI' ,Build Up System caused br -fermentation due',to :-
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en.r.l.trenatbenlnatonle. excessive: acids In stomach.., sii.I'
U' ce. ( chill TUN ;.drive.out --. --1-, \ { C. L. BANDY, TaxCo.iectot '
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! :: ':Buy S: Bicycle': :i;; :;" ." " " " 'j: .1'-:' -RUMINATIONS- OF' .REX J-I W.C.T.U.-COLUMN j J Sheets TaUahassee,. state-100L.1\IONEY.,'superintendent Flag-Nov. 1U-W.,of public;. JC- ?'



Never before in the .history of the could be made to produce twenty million By Mrs 3.: M. Cochrane. schools, has submitted to ComptrollerErnest
,, bas nation I bushels "At the' outset of their most Amos the following statement.of ,
world a displayed such an ] of corn more than It does careers,
outpouring of wealth and material to We only need the workers. Other : of the leading men in history had to I the semiannual apportionment' of: ;P1
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No matter what your business .may be-grocer,' druggist be kicked of their the state one mill' tax: r
support a prinVple"l'as our, cititzena parts of the South are, similarly situ- out complacencyand
tailor, butcher plumber-if you deal with the pub. have to sustain democracy. Our plea i ated. Talk about immigration to this punished for contentment with I' Amount for apportionment,. $168" '
for in this contest Was self- '! Let the cornel! third-class uncertainties. This 970.6?. Rate per pupil,.$1.15.
o'f engaging country. immigrants .
lie deliver goods or render service, it is part that bus-! .
; 1'1 .. Average Amount
defense, and the outrages perpetrated If agents were appointed to properly both good for men and nations* I
near., and your busin:.. needs the Bicycle. by our plutocratic opponents fully !1! distribute,them 'we could make them in these strenuous days we are rapidly CountyAttendance.. Apportioned i
I Baker _________ 818 940.8.:?
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sustained us in our plea. The con. I feed themselves and us too. learning lessons we heeded to know j '

I Our Bicycle Stock . ,, quorers of France and England would | The Democratic rooster is still on for any worth-while advancement, but I I Bay uU___--_1,619' 1,861.85 1f '
Bradford ______ 2,757 3,170.54Brevard .
hardly have ,allowed this country to, tfie rampage and the excitement ho is would not heed until we were forced ,
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rest in peace'as the representatives of under in consequence of the war is to. In a few months men have I 1,332 1,531.80 4
'" Is complete. We carry t the best and most serviceable line > j[ Broward ____..... 841 967.15
a cause which was so strongly antagonistic '!' fearful) to behold. The word Gjrmnn awtakened to the fact that to be ef : ,
of Bicycles b1anuf cur'! .and at the very lowest prices. : Calhoun .-.,.-__ 1,435 1.650.25 -'
to their own existence. puts him all in a flutter, and it he ficlcnt they must be clean in life and '
Our stock of Bicycle Supplies is complete. Our Bicycle : Their advance on us might have come I could find Bill Kaiser asleep that thought, and temperate in all things.Secretiu.t Columbia( .----- 3,224, 3.707.6O . )'iM1'iM1I f 1:
Dade ____ ____ 4,300.75- :
when it would have been serious : would Daniels that double I 3,746 -
have .
a tyrant never to close hiseyes says a .
., 'i. Repairing the best.: Give us a share of your business and I 1) S -
oto 4,303 5017.45
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; .. question how we could 1J1ve''changed again in taking a na'p. He crows standard of morals is decreasing effectiveness I -------- '
Duval ___ .____.10,530.
,. l bonvinc d. In time from a commercial, to a war- !I patriotic songs and shakes'' his head everywhere, and I :, 12,109.50 U
"; like nation to meet the ,!emergency' and j when he thinks of wJat') our Osceola ".Onl)< God will cyst know the add"1. I Hscambia! ...--- 5,903 6,788.45. \ ; .
Flagler __'__.. 200 230.90: ( :
Bryan Co. 'I avert serious disaster Our lack of boys are going to do for the German blood and tear ,Qtat th.is lie has taken !i -- |I' > :,:
Cycle ''Franklini.., 598 087.70/ '
I j Separation[ would have been an unfortunate -i I nation. from' the heart of the world." We g
I" Gadsden __.,,... 4,059.50llfamllloh '
3,530 .
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drawback, ;and with.) such a i i Hunters' paradise is somewhat must cut the if we would I
48-4t' I0j I Broadway ___ 2,013 .2.320.7OHernandcr ,.<
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b neighbor as Mexico onUus continentand quiet! of lute, but when our boys one .live.Ve must demand as clean a : :: '
_., __ 845 971,75Hillsborough
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41 .o..oo.. an ambitious nation like Japanon get the sequence to this next selective -' life of our men as has"/been, demanded '...11,794 13,563.1(1Holmes ; "

- the other, urged on by a host of ingenious : draft,)look out girls, the fly man of our women. < .. 2,403 2763.45.

cr KISSIMMEE' MAN CAME HOME TO thanks to Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. diplomats from, Germany,t:I will\'catch you. Inspiring. reports pouring In' Jefferson) ?.U?_,, -___? 2,403 2,703.45 .
ere :
would in all .r-
we probability have :I Rex dined with his friend George -
DIE I It is a simple, harmless preparationthat i from- W C. T,' U. State conventions.Thp Lake '....,.,?. 2,062,375.90, 7-:', r ,yr:
found our affairs in a more complicate Davis, on' Sunday, and some of the I
removes the catarrhal mucous dominant not Is patriotism Joy.ulty Leon *,.._.,_,..'". 3,441 3,957.15, ,. ', .'
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"Three years ago ,I came home from the l intestinal tract, and allays ed condition than the war can place finest sweet potatoes we have seen + 4'd
4 : and 'to '{Manatee ....., 2.601. 2.991.1S ; ,
devotion America in the ..
them. Nestled under the of this other time 'for that
wings .
1 thinking 2 or 3"weeks would be my the inflammation which causes practically I year, or any : I Marion ...__. 4,579" 6,725.85Nassau ;$ .
hour of her: v. ,,
need. The Na-
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!' limit to live. I had .suffered: for 15 all stomach, liver and intestinal the Allied forces .we have had our"I own j matter, graced the table, and 'the' best tional convention supreme which in I 1(| .____... 1,06(1 1,846.90. ":'" ......,.
meets
time in displaying the remarkable 1- of this table luxury'wal that .
and part .
; from colic attacks severe ailments, Including' appendicitis. OnedONe"wlll .
year ality which irisur''u"fu'i'o"nlok'pett + f ;..",1 hv G '' h.iJl \"a!>!Jlin'O'f .... .iawaw.yOkfSSbRCygy!, = :2a4: 19L4'. ().:. .,. a.. .
1 we posneBs! andjto !' f. t'n Q.J''''' ( .r: 'f'
liver :and stomach trouble. hap. convince ., ;: tcietajeveerr "" "- v"3.n : '
or molrgypdc.t'Rube :
:: hr.Wr = .c1j'.O.I', , '"''" 2D48; () ,
,,_ = : 1 "'''" : asp : T-; ;:: : : .
I 1 : .:;:"'''' '' M T ritttl S"OulH8' ; ll' around his t door. Tel held.1aIl1 j y
qa rttrvls+TpgMi41 i*tiiai'ebwma"-aat3t! e ementE: 1'Mayr'a '. ; 1 .or. iittOggiet. ; cotlnge pw oenfrom-b .. IO.ceola"-"t""l.:; ; 1 r' :1,4(7.49. "- :;,,.,:,/ Yfa:
.Wonderful. Remedy and. ... .', when :-.e. retnejnberAJiat Oij'eol,41| me that you can's make thefinest:. : .\( a tiv/ltrattend.'Sev/ '](I ; .t
. .,;., furnished'"more eral I. of the nation's most distinguished Palm Beach _.__ 1,944 2,236.60
purchased .a bottle at the drug store Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days County nun1 than the' kind of potatoes light in your ownduor'al'dfll will I i St. Johns _n__. 1,672 1922.80 ' t
draft called for and that KissHimee The that it b patriots appear oil .thtyplatform 1 : .'
and after taking the first dose I Your druirelit will refund money. If PAZO:: proof can felt better than I hadfor 15 . O1NTMKNT fnlU to cure anyone of itching, was largely responsible for such action I done is that it has been, and under no Senator Morris Sheppard, Congressmen ,238c .'
years.I JlIIDd.lIl..rdIDlI'orProtrudlnlr J'II..ln 6toMd .. 'Santa'-RoB4"--!:__ 2,673.70Seminole
Edwin A. Webb rrtterl.. H
am now in the best of health- Th.Ant ppllcMion give feaie sad H.... !SOc. we can say Harrah! for the pa favorable conditions cithin' The law! j ____.. 1,5.28 1,757.20. fit,, '
.. I triotic snirit that existed in-both._ _ city was. not rich and they were cultivat- Hoover, lIon. William Jennings I '"
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. :; and county and become fully p; reuad- !led between work hours. Bryan, Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, Hon. '! Sumter' ?__'_._-_ 1,565 1,799.75Suwannee e
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T ed that we are prepared for this I -We domiciled with Jeannette Rankin (the only woman 'u 3,738 4,298.70'Wakulla
01'liny are still our '
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J, ,
f; other that might friend William The old niemlwr of Congress), and Miss Julia' u
emergency Temple.
Choose YOUR Remingtonyour : leading Walton __:h'___ 2,357 !
C On
i iT7HATEVER arise. > 1: gentleman has t'otOod cows and Lathrop. one evening our I Washington _'__ 2,231 2,565.jJ 5,
Rex has recently received a copy of they furpfch! us with an abundance< of women patriots, heads of the hilt

anew paper published in the city milk and butter, and with butter at organizations of 'women in America -
____.__ 34.10
: $114.
\ favorite form of shooting, J here is the arm for it- called the Kissimmee Independent, ,,,50 cents per pound this is a most de- will\ give brief talks. Among them Totals 99,334 with .
f whether it is the Autoloading Shotgun Gun and in Rifles will be Dr. Anna Howard Shaw Mrs. Seventeen counties an average- il-\III\
or Pump ; but on a careful JtlruslIl'of its contents sirnble1 commodity He has likewise td
everything from' the ligljt .22 single khot (not illustrated) to the high 'a Carrie Chapman Cutt, representingthe attendance of 44,893 in' 1915-16 are ;: i
he found and buggy tha
nothing new over mule, a and a sulky; in because tho' ,*. : "
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made apportionment
:. in both and Slide Action no
models.
power .3' Autoloading Repeating National Suffrage Association''
j above what he had :} Ia the Valley I house, three oil stoves which will be have either; a

A complete series of arms enjoying nationwide approval never equalled by Gazette and that wh\th he did find I calculated to keep us warm this win. Mrs. Philip Moore, of the National' county filed no reports superintendents, or, have not filed uchj' .:'rr-F"

any other make of firearms. was not as well expressed or as fully I ter. Take all things..,fyto considera. Council of 'Women, Mrs. George I. as could be accepted. '. '? ..
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given as ye editors! had tendered it i Ilion Rex is pretty well 'housed, Guernsey, Daughters, of the American Amounts for apportion-' '. ..t' ;.
and therefore he could ,not' endorse a I find in the weekly news letter Revolution, Mrs. Joseph Cowles, -
meat _-________.-.-.,$168,970.63: ;
second paper for this city unless the 'from the Depn't'.ient of Agriculture, president J Federation of Womeh'aClubs Amount this day appor; I" .yn,:

second' one showed decided! improvement ,j in their advice to tho southern farmer ; Mrs. Frederic Scholl, of theIothel's' E. tioned ___.____.___.._*.. 114234.10 ;-;.: ".
on die first! and as the Inde. the folloWing: On fairly rich soil! \ Congress; Mrs. Robert .

pendent comes far from representing:[;" soy beans will produce more feed for Speer, president Young Woman' Balance not apportioned54,742.55- : *. .)':r.. ,
such improvement we me of the forage t.hanany.othet Each Christian Association. If President i
r**" z t if I crop. .., .
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that wisdom Wilson does not find possible to attend -
opinion would dictate the ,: acre will afford pasture for ten 150- .
adherence to our old friends unless i| pound shoats for six to seven weeks. he will be represented by his .., ....

nwmm Untried new.ones make a better showing :I I In order .to insure against!; the! produc- daughter, Miss Margaret Wilson who I W'evl GtoT OUR HANDS ",
< will give a message in song. The an- PULL E'le.1\.Y'DAY.' .

\\rr *& In passing over the, vast extent of -j nual sermonwill be preached by ( AWOTHATiVfrWI' 1

y country 4>tween! Kissimmee! "and I I > Washington's most eloquent clergyman MAKeS THIS' ,(

esq w.t' Whittier that is unoccupied the pecially'during the latter part of the Rev. Harry D. Mitchell, of the CM BUSINESS i ,

u thought of what this county could da fattening period, and when such a Metropolitan M. E. church.biU ., PAY !

9 if the people were here, to develop it I system is followed each' acre of'soj I .

causes us to inquire jwhy; Osceola, beans, wl11proouce.from'six'; r:CASCARETS'"WORK",1. "t'Iir. : '1

cen't be made to, furnUh1: products vr. }hundred'ounda'of; "otkThKiven 1 .1,,.(''i ':/f.; ,WlIILE. YOU SLEEP : :' 'r t i
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enough to furnisli'.SouhlIoridaper. .: !;I, !}; ," I, with the ea haom !\ \:......., o\\\: \f't v\\M(\ ;( '.
haps two million:ncreao&itor[ .< !:$ otfun4 farmer ma be benefit d b) tuse. For*Sick < Headache,I'Sour! Stomach:' TIlE "' -, ' ,
while"very'$i man TSHfi.1cultivated .. 0f . I WELL, AS .OLD ''
anw.M1r :, land ( ,, ''''' ', Sluggish Liver and Bowels-'
-fi -- our. farmers are supporting familieson I will conclude this article by' wish.InR' Take Ca. aret. tonight. j: y SAVING GOES, ., ;,4 R

land not as good as the- small por- the managers of the Valley Ga- "Busy Is as busy does." The sc'ene, ?

t; ., .. tion that is cultivated 'proves to he, zette the success they deserve for the Furred Tongue, Bad Taste, Indigestion of activity to be witnessed every '
a. v .r and if we are to feed the world every | effort they are making to render their Sallow Skin and Miserable Headaches business day in this market ia t ,

4 i foot of ground that \is tillable should ;i journal one of the best in the country. come from a torpid liver and caused by the high quality of the i
be in cultivation, and this county REX. clogged< bowels, which CHUM your stomach meats we sell and the courteous a'
, to become! filled with undigested treatment accorded our customers.But .
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food, which siuirs and :.ferments like garbage
we're able to take care of all
to the train to see the last of their In a .wilNj>arr l. That's the first
LETTER C0.8 to untold ruWry foul of the business that comes here, soyou're
FROM first military furu-rnl. At the depot step indigestion,
/giiscs, bad breath, llow skin, mental cordially invited. .
[ the boys lined company front .and
tS fears, everything thai is horrible and A'
IL Camp Wheeler Macon Ga. placed their hats over them hearts nt nauseating. A CascarXt tonight will
F j the first note of taps and remained give( your constipated bow l thorough
v v November 18, 1917. Market .l
.f..v. ,.J+..t.. I Iin .thiii position till the last note. cleansing! and BtraiglitenfiM out by City
,-..,, ..- We are still in the land of the liv i This was the last respect that we morning. They work wliilF'SBu sleepa -- 1

rh rhL ing1 ,and enjoying; life as well as' circumstances -I could pay to our comrade. 10-cent box: from your drWgist will

wilt'permit.. We drill" hard j We are glad to know the Kissim- j )keep) you feeling good for motitlia. ( 7t ,

mee foot ball team mado a good re"i !!- | The QuInine That Does Not Affect tile Head '
and the
every day boys are taking I To Cure a Cold In One Day.
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lt tattle and laaatlw fleet.LAXA-
Bmuteof :
ord and
we ate endeavoring to' hold
great interest in the work. No ono '.i Take LAXATIVf' OulnltM. It stop the T1VKakUM00U1N1NIfeheltertheoordlaery +i
-;:-- realizes than the future that the record out of the State. The Sec- Cough and Headache and work off the Cold t>ulnlne ." ''' _-C-:' --.- -*-" Z.Zs.. more we ond Florida has I>ruIUI'"fund\ money If It fail to cure.K. .' doginelnhead. Remember the lull nim.and
we will soon experience, but we are already defeated Alai W. GHOVE'tt klgualur oo each box. 30c. look lor tb. signature of U. W. OKOVB3Oc> 4

not worrying. We are from Kissim i I boma and Georgia, our; company furnishing > '. tt
two ,of the star players Corporal I. t
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fflJflhi1itOWJ there mee and are know with the us. hearts of the people Thomas and Sergt. Newton.We C: A. CARSON President, N. C. BRYAN. a trc a )'. t

We have so many calls here in the I will\ surely appreciate the orAnges -

tt UM day that when we hear a car leavingin the good( people of Kissimmee The Waters & Carson fix
t are talking, of sending, 'and will try to
*c"evef the night we fall out with our rifles Y set,
Id I As (or Afudi -lxJy know and likes "Arrow, and Nitro for, drill'we' ( are some busy), We I get one hundred Germans for each terYf0.

1 cjub" th speed Vaells")-the New dub" (black powder) t- have French officers with us, and theyare orange sent__I would also like to say w

!t Metallic Cartridges, made in all calibers and loads .s.omefellows.. They instruct us I wo haveh't entirely lost the taste for Grocery Company; nr Mt

r1 e or f ever/auk*, PUco1 or revolver- In certain kinds of work on Tuesdaysand cake, and would undertake ".to get M
11,000 of the butchers for each cake.We '
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r Sold ting Good Dealers in Your Community Fridays.We __ FL)
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'|I know we represent the best little -
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in review before Governor .
.Vt passed
J oil ninth REM OIL, tin combination Wholesale and Retail Dealers in awe. +
.h your gun Catts last week and he seemed city in the State. of Florida, tend t
1sot r Solvent, Lubricant end Rust Premltn, I nary
'fit n ,'ery'much pleased with the showing we are working hard to lIke ConlI 'tlae.

N ARMS UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO., Inc. made by the Florida boys. I parry B the best company in the regi- GROCERIESWe arse-.
'4 ; ..i/dctHMrf of Fna.na.adA".a tht WufiA Company B had the misfortune to ment. The First regiment has been r' tenet ,
woolvahh Building, flmw York [ T*
or merged with the Second, which givesus tcont
.P lose one of its men, who died with '

r e m pneumonia. lIe was a select man, I quite a large body 'of men. P . Fi i?
00 004' + 0' 000 Oo 0000 0 000 ,
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--'- -- - named John Lee, and we regretted <00 Jt LI a
coutri.
.++ oXIt very. much to lose him from our WE SELLI 0 WE 'BUYa di
'.'" ap 'Rhwr.e'
ranks. The company escort who fol- <00 o[

to'ragefor Fresh Meats lowed his remains to the train was A e DAY 0 0 .-. thlte
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.Cold 0 0 HIDES ) .
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')> : composed of Lieut: Jarrell!1, Sergts. GRAIN 0 0 i .' Ineo.
McGowan, Fortenberry and Roberts, 00 . FURS of : 4) at
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4 '. Eggs, Vegetables, Etc.,.. Corporals Ashton, Cranes, Tiller, CO R.. 0 FERTILIZERS. i ,4' l ,', t't;;.,
th.e
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;-.. Sumner, Regan, Tindall, Thomas, 0 0 O WOOL '' In

,_ STORAGE RATES'... ON MEATS: Duke, A.. P. Smith and Robert OL.O'BONES 0 SHINGLES 0' .. AND 1 ''-: ":r\ i' rot'iit

of Beef _',._Vzc Ib. Meat left in Storage and Smith, Privates Anderson, Oliver, ORANGE BOXES. '. {) 'i

-'I i "ode, Hot i__._._,___'/zclb.Juarter cat a. used __..:*_____ Ie 'lb. Harwell, Woodall, Butler, Glattli. 0 ALL ", ..' "'
.. 'i RUBBER' COPPER 0 ORANGE WRAPS, 0 '
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Bowen, and Oliver, Buglers Padg r'' :

iring Pork ready for.smoking 1 ,1-Zc. per pound ett and O'Berry and Corporal Wat TIRES BRASS VEGETABLE" CRATES 0. ,0. COUNTRY N ,. -'

Curing and Smoking,. 2c. per pound,, son. After a short service at the un TUBES LEAD 0 PRODUCE .. .
dertakers' parlors In Macon we escorted ROPE SCRAP IRON CRATE NAILS 0 &"
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the The t'v t"- '
the body to 'depot, ., >
s ry g', yourTiogs the day they are killed.' We will do band led the', procession through' tio | SEND IT TO US- WE ROUT PMttrTO' ., 0 000 . +00 .' 0 0 0 . 0 . .. 1 . .

.- the rest. <* streets of Macon with step and to the Write For PrkelistWtlNSULARHfTALCa 'sell) field and garden seeds of all kinds. ". t h ,

1. '* music of "Nearer My God to Thee." i Wi five special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parti**. -

crowded \ Free in KmiU.. Phone No 12. tfti7
: The sidewalks were -with delivery city ? -

v .-KISSIMMICE" &' COLD .STORAGE I:, :CO. i I people who.removed,their.bat' a*' the rear *BAY JAOISOMVIULFLA. We ar*.county agents for good.' fert+lizw. Ark us for cucnlar *.-d pne q: 4y -

kt procession- went by j j and followed us .' ';...J- .,t ,{ '. ". "'. .f!

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POUlt'i" THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 23 1917 ,;

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I. .',; KISSIMMEE,VALLEY GAZETTE AN OpNCE OF ..nEVE 'TION. WINTER. RESIDENT--- DEAD. 1_'..'." .' '. .'.'' .' '. .. .. '.'.'.'.'.'.' '_' ,' \


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) 10 Two aJloijriobiie collisions occur ed : F. M. Baldwin,, of, Litchfield died at "

1- , .. PvMlshe* Bverr .......:r. at the corner of Broadway arid'" Emmett his' home in KUsimmee, Saturday, i
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.ra_ .. Valley: Uasett B..I... street, this week, within a few and the remains were"'taken to Litch Off I
Klaaiss__ rl.rt.. Off .
hours' time. Fortunately: no one was field 111., interment. The body was = [gi]

w. .HARRIS ... B. U. VANS AON. 1C W injured nor sorious damage done to accompanied by the widow and other
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. ." any car, but the incidents impress us relatives. The deceased was a win
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with the necessity of putting some ter resident here and had just recently '

sign at this corner that will warn come here! for the !season. '

strangers who are unfamiliar.with the I ; Starting Saturday Nov. 24th ;

junction of the streets there of .possible OSCEOLA COUNTY'S DONATION ,.

danger, A little prevention \nay TO Y. M. C.A. FUND'ABOUT $2,509 '

ward off accidents' a more serious OUR )II(
ENTIRE STOCK OF .
nature (Continued from Page One) :

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MlH" Mlldiol 'fun-III. -- $ 1 OOK ,
-0- H Hnll ...V- _i. ,w._ 8 I UNVEILING OF MONUMENTS BY : Hnrrell -. : . .: A- = :2BJ Ladies' Coat Suits =
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1> Jeffords 6 (> ,
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Olaik Ilowvll; ::: : ::::::= .. liV : ::<: I,

\ II, Johvs ______ __._ ._ ._ 10.(KW
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An impressive service will be held .1, K, Sons( __. .nn__ . 4111 'of 7-5.-'' }j
I (II I, II. \\'oolall'r, --.. 'r..cHI( : "will be offered at a reduction : .:
a JloHC Hill cemetery, Sunday:_after i r. H Huiiim.MH ___. ___ ._. _ __ 5.0u( .
I noon, 3 o'clock, December 2, When the H, II IHK .__. ____?_ __ KMClimliH ,, .... ..
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'I HiUkHon 5.tH'' '
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.- Itatrsi '"\ Osceola Camp> number 79 of the *'ln>, Johnson ?_*.,. ,.___._. _. j_ ft (HIM :
<.'i ,, On. Copy, One Tear ...____ __._,....I. Il I Woodmen of the .World J will unveil <". I". 'J'III..I..r _____?_.*?. -. 6,(MlInoi'li : "This
- On* Copy, Klx-MonlhH,.?_...,___ 1.OOOn XVcrklri, ...... _.on_ __ BOB
the handsome monuments erected to
If. Copy Throe Months---.__.___ ..7''l K, r. Mtith ______._..1._.__r-: .,- '2.1111 Stout lines:
the memory of J. W, Prentis and W. A. V. \\lls ... l.IO and Charlop Stylish ;
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All eommunlec.tUjns except, fiom our ji Tuwlt-r ::::: ::: ::::':::': i:doK. : ii ,

.authorised correspondents must IOjlgned C.;, Gilbert, .\. Sn' > I |>y.the writer. There will.bq. addresses and special ''C', TlHOII __.. ...M....V.: ...._u. J.(10Kmll :'
Rejected matter will not be returned Mm-h l--r---'-,.r.-----: 1,ooI.rncBl . ; f ALTERATIONS ARE EXTRA &UT WILL BE MADE AT COST .
/ unless called music in addition to ,the rityalistic Much -.j-i. ..:;_--,. ___ J.00 'pl, ; -
(or.Entered H. K, I'ntrn .-.n..'.;..j.......____. BOO .v<. ,,,,' "
t services of the lodge. J. ,1 1mmi.ll HIOWII. ___-...---.- _.. ft.00 " .
( In the Postoffloe at Klsslm.me I lHlnMevei' .. ........*.-._ __ 1004'hnh ,1" ,, : .
*. Florida, a. second-clan matter.) CniHonJr __ > R 00 ,, -
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AUCTION SALE FOR THE Henry HniiKcll .. .. 1:00II . KA TZ'S ..

RED CROSS TO lGIIT. I.. tI"'rMlr..et ___-__-.______ SOUHoma ( iittimmteOff
... NOVEMBER 23, 1917. Thomas -*____*...00____ BOO :
J. J. Mct'raple ._..n.u______ ZOO )iii( .
C'. S Arre<- ____..._..*______n I.00VhlrtdPii -
I Soldiers of Conservation it is now The committee of ladies soliciting J, rl. \ __ __..u.____. __ 1.00H -

time for you to go over the top. donations' or"goods from' 'the Kissim- 1), Moore; __ _____-___ ____ 1.00M !!
H. Mavi _ 100Kr '
-0C.ImtJ mee merchants. for the Red Crosscliapter <.d Hr
,.. ._ YI_t:1!: l.h wjiLt .. has'; J11I! rounds and.!! J iti.lt..ri'frhml.it....}'(Ja.llchmlll.t.--l..t: :_I_ 1.(10) 11/ 0 "f f ---= I '

., .N. :" Star-Spangled,TUnncr' ?!:W en:' he""can":t the" parceja l -r,wflrbe "aucttoned': at "It Max, 1_.'Uiilrtl...t..rH.-._::.rr=iu,. .>?JUt..II.T.hi.?-. ': '1.00./ !! tziit"" : :, = r"l'5l ',

..' inisit.'MoBt of uYTaTttP:: ;:' iTNevF Hhe""oban'd stand 'tonight, after the Hob"rl Keldel -.,_.__ 1 .oo -. '
( '1 'KI reel _...__ loo -----
\fur.lty
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York World. But til! of us can rise band concert. Every cent of the money Hol.crl. r
and uncover when it U received will be for t.. <..s -,-.. Bon<
or spent materials
sung J II Hcddltt -....-__,_ 600w <
.j>lay L..-.Fort. fierce News.-- Sure for1' surgical dressings,- fol" hospital I II .' -suTniJTiiou, '":r_.;_'......TT. B.ooCl < I.t.tI..t.f.t.t.t.t.t.to.t.t.t.t.t.t..t.t.t.f.' '. :i ito.
"o. K. Kltl) 1 1.00H <
and if anyone fails to uncover at the I garments, or for wool for the M. Tliltler _-,_- BOO

first strains ;of) the national'anthem it knitters. Ever/ one. buying these ,f: K 11 Hiii! r<] .,::.:::,::::::::, 260: -- -- ----------1

r Mrs. J. K. Hllllald ..-.--u.___ 2.BOU C I-.lvlnnston" BO" COKKKSPONDENTS WANTED' .i
.. must be from stress of emotion, then packages adds to the health and. comfort M,' Funk ________.___,_____ 100I M WIlBon ___nnnn_____ ______ 500 Classified Advertisements
I, II I.nwHon __ ____......__.___. J. let some bystander gently remove his of our soldiers. f'lnud Itarbfr __.-._.**.___.... .25J \lrn\ rH. 1* M Skinner _______u_.. 25[ The Gazette wants a correspondent
hat: J. Wouclnll _.__,...____.___ 1.00J / IIII'M. Ed Whaley ____.____.._ 100J .
In in Osceola .
.. ____ .. _____ n every community count,. ,
cO. ,
Killml.lt 200V
.u H Bmlth ____ ____________ 100r '
RUBBKK RTAII(( Kenlm, and
.. CALL OF THE WILD. H NVlRon .. '00___________._ 1(100< I > \ Wltherspoon 00 ________ *.00Mis I3adic Send in the news, it will help the-
I.. II Tr"M" ______ __________ __ 200 : r" H A. Prevail ____ ________ 60(1( Stump Supplies'Ka '181:8rl: Staniim upto and will }Keep recticm before
It that citizens 3 Inches Inch hitch. 1Una paper your
"" seems incomprehensible ; Mrs. .A. Tivss __ _______________ 1.00 Laura 'Uryan 100 '
Mrs U
If you are an enthtusiastle sports MISH Krnnols Tress ..______. __ 1.00ll uuu 20 cs.; each adilltlnnl linn 15; tt*. the publi") .;
living in these United "States I Ie. n lulce ______ .. __ __nn_ 60 Tjpcwrltrr Klhbons anil Carbon 4'a-
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<-\'. \\ H, fiolden ___._u_ u_ BOO ., _________ H'Oj < ----. .-
man and just can't get for a J.[ E Montnoin ry n per.Vrlt.. for catalogue and Typshe : ':
could be murdered in cold blood fellow away .\. follermon _.__..__ .___ BOOK
<< by n. K. Haley _____:__._ __ 800< ..
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nu t The Mnmn Helll l Co, StAnuriinlliK' IDMIMHTHATOII'M! IVOTM'K! TO IIE'.L.
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all have to do that I' Henrv .. 1 00 .
trip you to imagine u A. __ ____ _________ 1 00Mrn '
I. 1'ayton Vli. 7DWEIMNQ3 t UK A I, I
Austrian. for offense u KSTATH.
*. no ojher J IrniMthcib. p __ _____-._____ 5.ooB Chun. Tompklna ___ _____ 25
I you are in a hunter's paradise is to I. Ilcop _,..___ _.____ ..__ BOO! u .
than the of Bonds and .j II. O Corn !! ______ LOO
buying Liberty Mrs .
: uun for r nt. Apply' to M fourt C <-o>B 7 JH BP, Btsle er_
l Johnson ......... 1 ooLsl _ __ ____.__ 1.<'0 .
gaze at the window at W. B. llakinson's I icy : : B. Hi'yap ____ : 00 Tiller. VlorldsuNotlce
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subscribing to the Red Cross fund. <* V Story 1 00 n. K. Ljithrope __ ____-_._ 1.00 ,

,. 'The murder and mutilation Sf those Hardware store. t Holl,\, K Kilts Hns _u__.._.________...._._..___-___._ IOU ZOO' Klsle I.... Kltton .u_( --------- ...60lrs. FOR, 8AtE--Japan one Cane., at 15.00 I. r. .:...... .f ..-..,_ W..I.. ...... ne-.
j W. B. I_________ 1 00.Mm.
clever decorator who Crawford per thousand stalks,. f. o Ij, Cnmph*ll ...-11. U..I. .. ... .
Anstrians in Minnesota for this The strangedthis n. H (> Kerry ___'____._.______ I.OOr H H PolitY ______ __ .60'Mrs .J;
causegive K. White _________.._._____ 100J '' un Station, Orders to roculvo nttcntloiimuni
window omitted detail H. L. Lupfer ______... ___ 100
us food for serious thought and certainly no K. Lnpfcr _._______..._.?,. 500W K JolmHon ___JL____. 26 be In by November 16th. R V.Lanier. la h..r..hy'lrlv..n to all mhom It
that contributes the OV'. No 78 ._...__._ 10.00I. | Mrn l. 8. II. R. No. 1, Klsalmineo, Kin mn> concern, tbat Thomas, asv .
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to ramp .
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pleasure ,. II, InKram ._____ .. _._ 10 mlJ tOo7.t
1
desire for a strong homo guard that . A, Hit relay _______.......____ S,00 K. IMVU '.______00.____._____ 600U 453tpdFOR oxerutor of the a Wash
I -- InKton will, th4 24th
could be called at a moment's.notice of such a trip. .1. W, 'V'nn ..?....??,..-..- 8.011 II. I'm I her _'._._____.__J__ 600J I d..c..d. on tiny.
upon of A. l>. ffa
.....'The collapsible cot which forms the H. T Nt>wton __...*_*..._,.... 1-00J H. Hronson _____.___.______? .4.00H 8ALR-Good work horse, weight! December 1817 appU.
Honorable M
( W, Harmon ________..____.w 1.BO U 1>. Ovwstreet ____,.______ J.00H 1100 pounds, alao harness and wairon Murphy CounU Jffilm
.JI! strewn '< hJwntinlft.raps J.V.. fJoodman.__.,, ....__.____ 3.Oo 2.50 and one thorouarhbred Berkshire. In and for aald County, at his office In
-0V' ___ .! ) Hoy Harmon -_____........... 2.OOf N.Nettles Bratton 1--------------____ ..60O. boar pig. B. Ulckerson. 38-tf i iGENFJRAL Klsslmmee, In said County,' at 10
uuu ulankets with an open package of w', Orlffln _____ ._. S,011 Paul uu.uu o'clock a. m, or as aoon thereafter. an
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REVOIR:. *-* ---- H Broneon ____nu __ 1 00Hcb the matter be heard for authority
.; R B ultman LOO ___ _______'_.___ 1./1(1 FARMING Is prontable In i can
.... smoking tobacco -----r------ Harrl n to sell, at sale
---- Chan, Ha.s ..'__.__.______...__ 1.00 \V. T Vail __ _____..______.___ -60O Florida. To .tuaw Florida's public: or private thnffollowingdescribed !
There was a fair maldin Kllllimmee'Who' The mess kit camp outfit the open n. M. Kvans ____ _.__________... 1000eslcv W. Over tret n ___00 _______.- 600H bllltlea for l llv stock and ,pn..I.J County, to-wlt! .. real estate. In sal 0 'r
...__. SO.(10
T \\ tttovrn ,
-----r-- O, Stanford. ______ 500U. raising, dairying" fruit and *
deer. 0000- lx ( 3 .01 Block 4 .
and of nosi
had a nice fellow named Jimmee.He box of shells, the mounted head Will Wheeler nu__ ___ .---- ,1./ill 1* Hammock ...._____._____ B.OOI.ln Ifrow In 11". read the Florida Farmer : > s to the town of Adnltlon -.
KlsslmmerCity.
the shells H I. Hmlth ___ _______..___n 1.BOKlsslmmee .. Paulk __ fOOjullun : and Homeseeker. Six months' trial
and coon skins even carelessly uu--n Which will be ,
went off to war; Fire Drrsrtment. .1 >.>1 Kmlth ____1_______ _____ 500V subscription! 26 cents. Sample copy .the 'Replication baaed upon
petition
And said, "Au revoir." atre\Vl1.along the edge of tho Tom Miller ___nnn____... 1.SO \ T. Tailor ____00__ __________ 10 free. Address Florida: Farmer and said Court fur frlTni's**_*__-_-nmi'_ .oUat..d fill >" <
Sam Trainer hn_____ ..._.__ BOO I Heave _______...___/. 500 Hbmesteeker, Box 160, Jacksonville
As she watched! "him' her eyes they window forming the words "Nov.' "20," Wm. Hond 00-00--, _..__..,-- 1 2.OoK J.J.V.* "Hlater -___ ______________- 500J Fla | 61-t// November 20 ROMA, A.t, >.. 1117 *
THOMAS.
voice a call of the wild which quickens U 'grew.dimmee.J' \ Frac 4 __ _.____...u_ __ ..25 H. Oranilnun ._.-.- 3.1i0 FOR RENT-Furnished. rooms or Executor.UTATKMKiVT
Jacksonville Times'Union.j the pulse .of every paserby'URSERY :Mrs, M M Armour -.-__ 1.no K < Vana AKnew _- 600H apartments for light housekeeping,
.I. M Woodnll -.... 1.00 W, Meech 500 In modern convenient house, close In.
But Not Good-Bye. Ksymonrt Henrden. .......- ..BO.BO Odd Fellow. L-\>dite -?-...-- 1900R Mrs. B..K Wells, Real Rstate and Insurance -- ,
Then with her all dim with John Harris _..........._.*.. !>. Hanaeen .__....-...*...... .60p 116 Mabbette St. Phone 242 Made under Section 32. Chapter S6 eyes ,.emotion ' T H I'revatt ... ...-.... 300: P.HavaK* _.,._.,,,.....__ ....,', ," .' .28 I.HWS of Florida, showing the ...nnu.ht
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f ;; :, K TlHBHV H 25 J ri:.;.;, Rpaj-tment Osceola County, Florida, to l> col.lected .
;; jjher soldier ,had sronelVerMthe Mlss'FmmalTow t.00It Francl.. nan..)' 1.011PoIr. 'Dwltb four rooms bath and screened for., the current year, A' I). 1D1T.
. ocean ( },' VO"'II.. .00B ... A..W"'U..ney. 1.00 porch.' Apply to Mrs ,C. B.'iUllton. and the apportionment; of the same to* .

1" fnotTw' (J.. n. .ndb..k_ __._ 5.011AnlltINlckle.fJrn.r 00 U 22SiBeaumontWANTED .venue.r. iJIi f6.H the' several funds fort, ,which, taxes. have. ?:. ',.\,
Kissimmce/lbutlwill > \V1 Persons* '
f She curhtup a hoe M.Ixwlk rlrln been levied fi p wrr wis<,,'*-,, ,v*" '- -
:y. I ) Store! 3.on wI. S...4lliP! 6.00C '
f O'Bryan xn"l Apprtle>sieat ff Cooatr Voada.
Leghorn
'. ADd made"vegetables i Ml..s Annie -Carson,I .. 2.00T .oJII"" Brown Cockerel, .
grow .rfl November
0 A. Caraon : 1st. A. L* 1(17.
- will _
Wenner Sawyer ___________..' .BOTTIO .. 600A pay seventv-flve cents. Mrs. Oeneral
To feed him ..so he would. ;return see "Nelson Realty Company" about n M HAil .__ __ ______. __ Hull. Rouen B.a. -, -,-. 1000Mr Jesse Road. Trace' K. U. 2, Orlando To amount assessed _..:._:.t: -::-._$t2.70.H>
\Mrs Hall ... 1.00 .. .. .nn n.2t.pd.
Bullock Special
soon. 00.------------ B C. - } ./ Publicity:
\". A Jammlson _uuuu __.__ 100 e. H. Hyde _?-,__ 1,00R To amounr assessed __, .____.t ..(42,ST
.. ___ ___ .onr.
2 .
Hone Smith
u.n .ld . 600A < Hub-Si'hool District
C nipfl No. 2
J, T Heaves __. __ ____. . ..ooi 8 :
STOCK. .00 A Trupell' . 200 To amount aasassed _____....1 408.40
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Y. WAR WORK. '
M. C. A. . .oo
H B Walton .nn : .. I 1000l Hub-School
W. I. Barber *- IHstrlct No. A.:
T 1* HUSH _ uunn.n 1.on >. A. liana |,60O WINTER HAVENNURSERIES To amount assessed hn___.1 .JS. Florida is* surely coming into her I.. II' Klrkb> -- O HlrkettB 260Mm I County Road
from A. work : -t : : !
Letters Y. M. C. war :: :: :: 2 KOi
F II: Lawson . Brown 1000 To amount assessed ____ .. __ I
J WMlay $J5.H fI1 4'ij
secretaries and from soldiers who are own. The extra quality of the Florida M F,!. titvxensM ___ _.___u____ .oof I H, S Phillip. 200M leneral TTi linnl I ITa
__ ____ __ 00
Kntt
n.- n. . 100 ...
Mrltae amount assmsed
citrus fruiti-their mpremacy in .-x. ____ _______ 600 I) l.n .__ .J31.8.
now lit France show clearly how badly H U, Kat -j_ .. 00 John ahert 200H < Hub-Srhool IXaVtrlct .
flavor and goodness over others" is Mrs N. KnmpleMrs _____.._______ 1 OOI I Partln -. B,"0H To amount assossed .__No._ S:
the Y work is needed in : V --- v-w __1 1,1i88'S"Hch.1
M. C. A. ))111\1'.1 I'rll{ "r.. ___________ ,nnl O. Pnrtln __ 600II. Koiul U
., being proved every year and it is decidedly \ H U.orloI1 nunnn_ .oni *-._ 20".T To I strict N"'I ;
the American "over there" just M Piutln amount R"M"HM'd t2
OS1
camps A.M. KLEMM. .in
: O. f'rom"rtl. ____:. ___ onI . Barclay' ... 200I'uirene Prop. Fine '
IK The' soldiers "arriving in up to the grower to gee that M F, \Porter _unn.. ___ .nni A - 2.flflW To n'ICI P.frfelture:
W. .are
: JOPPB Winter Haven Fla. amount BHROHMO." 1 ____l g,BOS.n*'
___ ,onmm
their is maintained. The Ko ert ToombsJ nuu 2 onRehrcra Hub.Krhoiil DlJTtrlrt
France daily. They are being thrown supremacy 7.. Hobernon -_ _____ __0000__ D Slmmona Hharii .- 200M To I _.No.1 : -
starting point of the supremacy is the A K, Reiirden -- _n_______...._ 250 S. Pnrtln .. -. 600S Represented by amount ANMisHrd District 00 No7$ ft'IT**.47HuhRchniil
strange people whose '6 :
among very Mlss KlHle\ Norton '___.. u__ 1 .nn C Partln __. IROOMr \ I To amount a..si-Hsed ..._ ___ 74 '
I ,7/1/
true
High )bred to. --
nursery. name :____ __ 2,sol
language is Greek to them. The country JK HimenberryAmiiy .uoo B C. Partln 6.onI Hnrd'Hurface Ih ltd.
Mnklnson ________.__ noA __ _______ ____ BOO Alexander
trees of Buckeye origin responsible u B. Partln _ Finlay To amount .__
are aaMP..a"d .S7.00>.92.
has been ravaged by cruel war ___.___.....__._ r ------
K Thomas iW (fU lohn 1' .rUn __...__ ______ B.OOS Dated Novtmhnr 1st. A. D 1917
German war, for the past three and for much of it For 37 years Buckeye JlItH". I.o Howen HathAwAY__:_______________..- 1 1.00.00 M Sharpe n n________.oo_______ 1.011 I Orange Center, Fla. J. J. U OVFJnHTJt FJT.
u--u- Bass .. BOO Cl.'rk Circuit '
one-half years. There is nothing for Nurseries have been exclusively MiHM Mdrlon Hal-Kent ....___ n 1.01 J Ira H. Straiten -:::::::::_:::::: I'a. Florida. Court Piceola County,. \

N. e. Hrjan ____ ,. ..,.___ 10.11'1<
propagating citrus stock building u ? ? ** Miss May Klrman .____....... BOO
the men to do to amuse themselves. up T. H Pndel ____unn__...___ HI.00F MlHS Mtra Klrman s.______.___ BOO
the citrus and the _________... ______ 2.00Wm
Officers eliminating defects C Urvan ,lohn Cornell __________ ___ 200n
have to
frequently appealed -
U Lang ______,._______._ 1.00 (.. Lupfer _____ __.._____ 1 111111
until u
the Y. .M.< C. A. headquarters in Paris every tree' they offer has Kd Hanaell _____..uu_. 1.00 Bam I* Cuprer ____.___________ }.00Kdlson
Nellie I Rotrero ... 1 OCF.
to do something to save the men. come to be regarded as "Lik a Government R Gilbert _::j 1:: :: ::::: 2:00 Mrs M. Cornell O. Cornell. -:::::::::::: 1.00M :00

Amusements wanted. Places Bond"-a good Investment Henry Yowell _oo _.__....__.__ ..6CJ Tiller ____j.___.___..k___.___ BOO ,
\are K Deaman ..........oo ____ 2.001C. W B Sessions __ __________,___ 1.on Nov. 20th
Where the men can go and spend their because it is absolutely safe and pays I). Maloy ___________..__u_ 2.00 Miss I* Dale _____?::.___.________ 1,00Wm
____ J 00
U C Wllle
dividends nU.n .
idle hours are wa ted. Recreation is good > .?. W. Miller ____u____:...:..___ 5.00 J K. :MoCool.Dibble: !r _:::...::::::::: BOO: ,

wanted The 'officers the need of They who do not listen to th"croaken" T, J. Woodallv__._.....__....... |.00F ; Lon Allen .___.:._____u_______ 1.00
see H. Tlner ___ ___.________ BOO .
u Bon Sylvester ________________ J.JOJ
just such work ... the War Council of are the' backbone of-Flor C I* Dandy ___uuu_. JO,00J WaSe Tucker ___________.__ Hunting .Season
C' /or ida's future wealth for it is up to W. Alvin ____._n___.____._ .BO T M Rivera _________..____..__ JO.JOW. Ofiens
,the V. M. C. A. has been doing R. U Farmer ___________._____ BOO B. Harris .
... time. This work be them to make Florida able in the future J. A Lancaster ____.____u___. 1,00Klrby J T. Burkhalter, _-_-v___"-____:_::--_- !2 BOJoe
come can only Smith _........... -. 1.00Uottlelb - .
> Johnston ....:: _..:.;;.. :. B OnC
continued wlth,the help of. the-American to maintain her citrus supremacy Ments ____'-__.-.___.. 6.OO 'B. Elam ._____00 _'._____-__-__-_ I.00 "
and supply the ever-increasing and A. .M. ,Jonea .......____,____u 1.00M C. I Hyatt ___._______._______ B.
The of ______________.._ J.00Buraeas *
people. sum $35,000,000Is C. Barber I* J. .Jonea (colored man) ..__. *.noV You will need Guns SheI
to bo raised this week to this insistent demand for Florida fruit West ,- r. 1 CAO 8. Cornell.......___........ B.00 Ug.
keep G. McLean _? :: :......::. J COMlsa neo Celts _______...........__ 1.on .
work''going until July tat, 1918. J Buckeye 1'lurserle., one of the business Msttle Bandy _______u___ BOO.W. ....orv.Whldden __....__-.___. 1.00 '. t
enterprises of'which Tampa and R Smith ________.. ---__ I.CI(TB II. O Harper _._......__...... B.00A. gins/and Camping Outf3 /
vThe work has progressed so far as W. Cannon _________I- _- 5.00 R. Cowa-er ..:-.........___., 1.00A.
all citrus Florida is proud never B. L. Lesley _n________,--Ei..__ JO.00 J. McDonough ____....___.- 'l.IIY'
to take in a plan of establishing a Alberta _.___.___ __. B ( 0H.
Hopson u T .1 8man' _.... _._..__ 1 BOO.
resort"tit 'mountains.near Switrer- cease their efforts In this direction. It Bass .?______.;u__.._____. J,00 ,.. Taylor :::.: B:OJ

is well worth the while of man A. B Gilbert ..__unn__.____ 600A I C. Prentls __________ ________ I.00Mrs. See stock
,land where"the American soldiers absent every A. Abbott 0000 ________.___ 1.VII n. O. Warner ______,_.;__t. 1.on .oUi".big before bu of
and woman who wants to see this part T. J. Chunn _.________________ 1.OOIf Mrs J. I* Overatreet -_- /on leave can. go. All kinds of W. Anderson ... 00 ___ ______ .00
W. B. Makinson ._ B
for of the State prosper to write Buckeye 'Xfacklns _:::::::::: 1 BOOH Mrs J. F. Burkhalter _____ B.nn Winchester Load SKgins '
winter are to.be ---- ll
sports provided! Nurseries 1134'-Citizens Banak building M. Kats __:____u__________ BOO Corner Pruo Store __....._____ 22 ;
this resort. This will be m\ich better. M. IJ Alexander. ______________ BOO W. 'W. Carson __.._____________ B "" 'Leg ..,.,
Tampa Fla., for free copy of U. W. Best -?_______,____ _____ &.00J .*. R Moseley ....__....._____ B.On
Jew the 'Men than would be a trip to M. Ie __________________00 1000H f.erov l/osley ..._.._..___.... B3 Camping Outfits
Paris. IB the French capital all their new catalog and other literature II. ,Aultman --------------... BOO< I '''''''er C Lee ______,--.,_.___ B.nnB Hunting
great B. Parson __________________ 211 OOJ rtn
N. ,
the culture and market I 1'J. Fvana _____....._______.! B '
kind* of temptations await the sol on care, R. Clay ___,_________________ 3BnI. < ''r1'J.. pr .t*.. ______________.__ 1,011v'n" Coats Shell Vests
ing of citrus fruits. .. J. Farmer ___..____.-?______ 1,ooT ,; Pad ett .__.___..______. .J.nn and B rt8. <
dier., The American soldier1 is _______ .._______ ,
an especial ,T Psnn- _____ : 1 BtJ. Perry ?* "soll ___ ._____ .Rflr
because that M Wlnstlejr ______,_______ 1.9 >. M. Alvey ______,hU_.,..,_.___ 1 OOT
victim of the fact
NOTICE, W. O. W. .T. W Burber __________...,.____ 1.00Jno ,T lnsev ___...___.....____ 1,00k ____
JlCi i 'always has money and is the best : McPha-tter\ .-,___...______ 200A Ba"'..rson ___.,.____.__.?___ 1 nnTohn
I* Davidson _.:.________:___4 3.noTJ Bronson ___........... 2.00T
i..pender in France today. There will be unveiling ,ceremonies' tt Plant '__________________ IOO ______________"____," 1 (10 New Stock Hammcrless Guns '$20. O Up.Ladies'
Aha"Rwlt'.pr 0._:::._._::___.;:-. l:nnl J"n snnT .
.The Y. M C. A. Is establishing Red of two monuments at Rosehill cemetery Nelson Makinson .............. nnloo T: narrett"I"-iniIIZZZIIIi is nn

'Triangle hats at all points in and Ti MeCrorey __....--..-_ q........ n Turner ............I 2 It"A
Sunday at 2:30 p. m., Dec 2nd. Walter Nelson .?._?. I:KO Pfrlr...'l*wrt ....4............. 1 nn I
..round' "the; camps' and firing lines. All are invited.' iMwl* Nelfclrlc ._________J.___. 1.(10 '*" "'....- r>, ''''\1,1' ._____....___.__ ] ftfiF. '
4 (" '"de Nelson .._--_--.__._.-.. 1.no r..t..r "'rt".tbeon ._;.____'__ 1 nil 20 Gauge .Shot Guns tl
These huts can be found right..up invthe J. J. WOODALL, O. C. Wm N lson> __?._-....__,.-_? 1 nn TjnM,," ln ..._.__..., ._" ... B\ noN ,
trenches.:Here the men' are served n. Barnetti ._..'_-_-..:.._-._. 1.00 W. .Tohnnon __.._.......n._._.... 10 onMsw .
M Orsfton ........ .. ..SO Fo''''* Oulce ........_.. 4 OO finest
:r I hot coffee; aDd'tea, they are furnished J>"December :/:1 is to be celebrated as"Tickfree'day" {i. P. Buhl ... ?._?::.. 1 nn ." .. T r"..rr -.._._..___i-_ .B nnOnlKK stock to pick from.

(1. P.\Oardner ................ (00 "0.. .... ___._...____......_ 1 "n
,'with material to write home, they are throughout the South. J.' K Oversreet. -._...__..w... 1000I .... 3. At..d _...____________.. . "" .
firen book add to read they .T H nnall ..-----T.-...,. .AA t".o.. "'..rmllr _______----. 1.110 'j. '
: paper* W. W Clark _____.__..____ 1.SO :t. L. '('!r..tp : II II".t. I .. ,.
:.-"'.*r*>"*nppUed 'with' muslo and games, How long win U be before the cat* C.. C nllrnm.U .........___"'___ ion ". .. SteTeDa _.IHIIimillllll1.00 't. << .

,. ; O. JI'. Krlbb --------- ".. ".. _____.____._..._ ..' ..10A t.
....... *P not forgotten 4n the huts UeAmenv'of this section awake to.the) O H. Oiler ____.___.__.. 10fi.i R. n..nnt. I ..n I If.

toe and also in importance of this mOTe and' free Mrs., n. C. BarrettMrm. ______. M ss M,.C, Ba'citofen'iiltirmZr: ((1 < Makinson
.. : turn 0W firthf H. 'J. Barnes,...._. ,10 M J. 8rout __......._ 1.80 Bf Co.
...... tot..* riHgiUM, 'eerrtcea are.held Osceola, one' of the finest cattle: UD ,..... B. Ludlam .......--_-,;_, .10 H O.! >>>..no v.IZ_..__J_*,' 1.Oft-" ;
W. C Baas ....____ e (111
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W.'J.. Mnseley .. ,, _
.. ..III f' .... and WoWier are ties] of the stall from the, raTages,of Mis* Both Clark .......__.._ ..110A. : 1-- ; y. 11111' ( .

...- tLi ,..' 'J'. the/cattle tick? .R., l'nll1I: .-___ .00 Tw.wiid.> i_'-rrrrnrdiiu: ,1,? --
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',I THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAzETTE FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1917, ..\ FIVE ,
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. INTERESTING L'OCAi' ITEMS'. 'J See those Educator Shoes for children ., ,e1
r at Stanford's, "
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B. Bryan, of the Osceola Motor Co.,, :Theft.Handsome ,
..00090.00tO oo oott. Margarine and Best Creamery But.- made'a business trip to 'Jacksonville ,*> ee ,4 '
ter. SANITARY '
MARKET. this week; '

I Weather Report J. H. Tower made a short business Dr. C. H. French President of'Rol. :'

o trip to Orlando Monday. lins College, at Winter Park, will fill 5-Piece Mahogany :

Complete line fresh and cooked the pulpit of ,the Presbyterian church,, :
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Following are.daily tempera. ,
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Meats. SANITARY MARKET. Sunday. : ,
tore and precipitations as reported '
''a by Government station Desmond Little Miss Frances Bay arrived home: ,' '
of. NarcooSsee,
; at JKisslmmee to- the week ending Wednesday, from Illinois, where she : Parlor Suit
ya business
was a Visitor in the city;;
*: Thursday, Nov. 22: Wednesday. has been visiting, in Champaign and. "
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Ma.c.'z.fln. Rain other .
points .
Friday -...70 50- Call get'prices; see styles ''of Boots, Buy Shoes that fit and give satisfaction .c

Saturday ...._.74 45 Shoes, at H. C. Stanford & Co. from the old '''reliable shoe' Upholstered' in Spanish Leather,, now dis' ,
"'' Sunday _.......75. 45 "
marriage \license issued Sat. Stanford. "
was man
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1 Monday '...-79 47' urday, to Paul l Goodwin and Miss M it- The year-old child of Mr. and Mrs.I. . played, in our Show'' Window.i Price for the. .
t ......79 60 \ .
v- Tuesday tie Evans both of tl1ri'city.. Creek is \
& ..,P. Tyson 'of Shingle ,under
tt, t Wednesday .. 73' ...61
Complete line Cereals and Break. the care of Dn Rivers this week . Suit only $60.00.
Thursday '..t...72 .60 .
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fast foods SANITARY MARKET. having an attack of cholera infantum.If

"W. H. Shaw; J, D.,Alexander! and' you appreciate quality, don't forget ',.I}. Handsome Library Table to ,match, 12.00" : "s

W.S: Alyea, of St. Cloud weCe'transacting ; that Jacob's stands for the best in : '
,II Fire Insurance See.A..E. Drought business in-this city last Sat Candy.! CORNEP.' DRUG STORE. > 'Columbia Graphophpne No. 50 $50.00. .
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? Adlerika with a reputation.,' CEN- ; .
urday. of hunters .
S. S. Griffin and a party .
'I' ALDRUG. STORE., Get; that Durham Sammy Kit for passed through here on their way ft 4

c '' J- Wade' Tucker made a' business. your soldier boy. friend at CENTRAL. home, Wednesday. They had a fine ,. ..'""; i.",,, In Opposite'Window,. Fine Quartered Oak, Dining Room : fi1j,
} trip to Tampa this week.Complete DRUG STORE. vMrs. '* deer! with them in addition to other \ '
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line Coffee and Tea. Suit, Buffet, Table and-6 Chairs, only $65.00 for the suit- : '
., Robt. C.'Trimble, after a visit game. '
h 'SANITARY MARKET of several'. days to ,Mr.'"Trimble, at When, you suffer from stomajch or

Mrs.' R. E. Chalker, of Live Oak arrived Kiosimmce, returned to Bradentown bowel trouble take Adlerika, the remedy :T'C.:

: Monday be the guest of her Saturday.-Manatee River Journal.Go of'true, value. For sale.by CENTRAL '

parents Mr. and Mrs' C.' A. Carson, to Miss' Bandy's for your DRUG TORE. H. GRANTHAM f

.till after the holidays. Thanksgiving Hat and ''get it it a Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Cross of Col- ,. .

Fresh line' Cooking Oils and Compounds reduced price, beginning Friday, Nov.i quitt G&-, who are visiting Floridaon '

.. SANITARY_MARKET. 23rd. 49-lt their"honeymoon, spent Saturdayand I .., _,. gt'7J. Satisfactory; .. _t )_rl"1.:::: I.. ....-,. .".-,' .
-.Dr. arid'Mrs. R; F"Altree.: and family --'"'Mr.and'MOrli':: McCabev 'of' .;Sunday wiW-thetr"u'r\ctej'7fJJ'll. ";,:' _' -. 1i U teB.\w :' .to'ap' -;.,,.;;':""""" < l"-i.4" ; '*"" w... .. "'"

l last Griffin and family. I r 'I one 291" '
the ;
4- of 'Port Tampa City, spent Cleveland Ohio who are spending '. '
"f 'Sunday In Kissimmee visiting Mr. winter at .their pretty bungalow; at: Perfection in Toilet Preparations' "
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and Mrs. Ernest Green.' '.".. Kissimmee. Park motored to. town : The Peg 'O My Heart line:, Toilet' I N" r

Monday. : Water Cold C 'eam-Face'Powder and -= .
Special Hat, sale at Miss Bandy's ------- --- -
for Thanksgiving week beginning" Nothing better for'a Christmas Sachet.' CORNER DRUG STORE. New goods arriving almost everyday M. M. Miller and his partner, Mr. Mrs. D.'. C. Lee, of Baltimore, ar '

Friday, Nov. 23. 49-lt present than a nice photograph "of Rev W. D. J. Sumner 'returned, at H.'C. Stanford & Co. Drew of Orlando left this week for rived in the city Tuesday to spend

" Plant Tindall, of Company B, returned ' Yourself. Come early." WILDER'S :Monday,.from a visit with his daughter Alexander Findlay of Orange"Cen Georgia where they will join a hunt some time visiting the family of J, .\1

home) from Clamp Wheeler a STUDIO. TV* Mrs. C. B. Harris at Gainnsville.Rev. ter, spent yesterday' in Kissimmee. ing party and spend' several days. in M. Lee '

few days ago having been discharged Dn I. P. Truman a specialist and Sumner combined' ; business with W. Shead and wife, of Doland S. the woods Word was' received' by J.- S. Cadet.iA

on account of physical' disability;. physician- of, note arrived from pleasure on,thus trip. Dak., are among the regular, winter Mrs. E. E..Lee. accompanied by her from his wife announcing the death of :" ''f?:

.1 i When you smoke, smoke the best- Skaneateles N. Y.; this week and has Enid Bennett in "Happiness," a residents arriving in Kissimmee this daughter. Miss Z. B. Lee, of Oxford her mother, which occurred Wednes "

El Rot' Tan 10-cent Cigars at CENTRAL taken apartments at the home of Dr. comedy, "His One-Night Stand" and Week. N. Y., has arrived in Kissimmee to day. Mrs. Cadel has been: at her,bed* .; '

I t DRUG STORE. . Derbyshire. '- % the 12th episode of the "Double Cross" Special for Monday 15c size can of spend the winter with her son, Walter side at Washington, for 'nearly five .\1\ r :: .i,<;

Mrs. Charles Nichols, of Sunnyvale Eajfl 1 Williams, nl "The Love Doctor presents a program of 'unusual interest White Enamel for roc at the Dollar Lee, They will occupy the pretty months, iI: "

Cat, a sister of Captain Clay Johnson ," Vitagraph, and Charlie ,Chaplin at the Casino'toorrow night. Limit. to. bungalow at 11 :North Beaumont ave Mr. and Mrs .Lynn Tiner returnedto' r;
will be the attractions at W. A.3urhlgan' who is foreman of nue. .. ;
arrived in Kissimmee, Tuesday comedy L. Y. Bryan of Sanford, made his their home at Camp Hammock Jut: ''
the Casino tonight. the Mack Brothers packing house, Mrs. S. W. Thornton Atascadero after the three .' '
afternoon to spend the winter at the regular weekly trip to this city on Monday, spending put 41, ,.
home of Captain and Mrs. Clay John- Mrs. D. II. Thurman has'moved was joined this week by Mrs. Jurngan }- Wednesday to look, after his bicycle Cal., recently of LaJunta, Colo., has weeks in Kissimmee.,. 'Mr.."Tlner.had *
" 'teon.k from her bunJ1{ low on Mabbette and her sister Miss Elsie Blaine, business. returned to Kissimmee and will spend 'serious attack of pneumonia and : t

Cure that cold in 24 hours with street to her attractive residence In and uncle Noah Blaine who will the winter here at 121 Emmett street. came here fof medical treatment; His '
lot of Paint and Varnish just '
... Dikes Cold 'Tablets. Guaranteed by Cape Breeze addition former y occupied make' Kissimmee their home duringthe received.Big' Special for Monday, 15c Mrs. Thornton was a former resident many .friends will be glad to, )know 1.a 1.
CORNER DRUG STORE. by Henry Overstreet. fruit packing season. ( here and her return will be cordially that he is so far..,improved .to'be y
All at Dollar Limit
can at lOc. colors -
has welcomed: able 'return his home. ,
Mrs. W. B. Witherspoon returned to to '
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''Ed. Fewell has been spending sev. Rev. B. II.. Guy returned Sunday / j'0 ,
from Marysville, Tenn., where
Rr eral day here undergoing medical night from Tampawhere: he preached 'C. N. Paver who was stricken ill .
t she the two months with 1 4
1 treatment. Mr. FeweU formerly livedat :Sunday morning and evening, filling.hepulpit spent past Saturday, .Is improving: in health, .a... h
her daughter Miss Manie, and son,
of brother minister who
Rosalie he was engaged inn \ .a
Where though he is yet unable to leave his
John who are students at MaryvilleCollege.
lt a..bu\ 6it-aeid-o: )St some was absent from that city, Mrs. Witherspoon was much room. Mr, Paver is prominent among .. 't
r/time agu ...*.' ...*.iunt of ill health and I I Mrs. Geraldine Norton was in town benefited in health by the change., the 'winter visitors and'his absence New Meat ;
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moved to Lake,Wales.Don't Monday from Lake Worth where she from the streets is noted. ,
Mrs. DeMandel who has been the '
I. Mrs. >
Norton
off having Christ residing. was formerly -
put '
youy -Mrs. Milton Pledger received a message
guest of her Another, Mrs. J. M. Coch-
,inas photographs made too l late; come of Kissimmee and is very pleasantly stating the illness of her sister,
e- rane, will leave for Tampa Sunday '
,: early. WIIiBJfR'S STUDIO. remembered by many friends. where she will spend the winter. Mrs.'Miss Jessie Padgett at) Bradentown MARKET'f, ; '

Mrs. M. dS*, Mrsv R., E.''Chalker n.; A4 Snyder, of Jacksonville ar-' DeMandel spent the summer in Colorado ' and left Tuesday to be at her bedside. .( '. : .. .
and Miss >Anne, Carson'IeftTuesday; rived ;kin'f *Kissimmee Wednesday to'islt Springs Mr and Mrs.. Ely Witt Yesterday Attorney Pledger was'sent' " p' ,. ." ., iv-

for.Tampa', attend j th4State|Fed !l _his brother: ,'r Rodney, Snyder who werewith'herwul'be, here next' for and left that evening; as hert,:condition f. : .!<'> !t :',0" '\$ _

"' :t11'.:..(,,raton< 'of,Wo en's' s. 'I isTin: while lnroute forTampaMrJSnyderlived'here !!!' week v on! their way home' -W"' ,;;;it''\\was\feared; had ff$b com; ..TomorrowF'Saturd(( } will open a Meat Market.... , !-v
time f .- "."'
.. session in that'clty"this". They ago and is well serious. The Gazette joins with; the
were joined here by Miss Bird of remembered. .- Mr. and Mrs. F. Heal who receivedthe friends of Miss Padgett, who ,is"well ;*- ,connection with our Grocery business, and respectfully .,a
announcement of the death of
who is. from that James S. 'Mason and wife of known in hoping she recover
Live Oak delegate / here may will
their son on the fighting line in I olicit.a share of the public patronage. I carry 4'.,
.t ity. Skaneateles N. Y., arrived in Kis her health'soon.Upholstering.
France, have learned that their
All the latest fall styles of photo simmee Monday for the winter' and nephew. Corporal Frank Hodge 78th I a full line of Fresh and Cured Meats,which will be told ,,,
are comfortably located at the home'
mountings and folders at WILDER'S Bat. Inft., has been severely gassed .:
STUDIO. Call and see them. of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Colton. on and wounded. Another nephew Robert and at reasonable prices. Phone orders will receive prompt attention
North, -Main
-"--D"r.'TTrumali: of Skaneateles, N. Y., street Quickfall 122 Reg. Inft., has been

has arrived iln Kissimmee to spend :Mrs.: J. M. Willson Jr., left Tuesday -, wounded for the third time. Piano WorkI

the 'winter and has taken rooms for morning for Tampa tanttend the Street Superintendent Jim Woodall I R. S. FLOYD

," -y? the .present"'''ith Dr. Derbyshire on annual meeting of the State) Federation has been doing some much needed do Upholstering and Repair _: a
ofVol1)an's Clubs, in. session .
is here )
Clyde avenue. Dr. Truman work in Cape Breeze this .week. lIe Wcrk on all kinds of furniture, I PHONE 176 ,'I ":
there :Mrs: Willson will representthe
: for the benefit of his health and will ,
has ploughed, up and graded Drury tnd guarantee satisfaction/ or no X ''s, '
Kissimmee.Woman's Club of ,
send for a trained nurse as soon as he avenue from the railroad to where it a '
.
Which she is .president', at the meet- d;
i is permanently settled. '. I.{, joins the St. Cloud road. Thjs is one *****++4*&>****r*+*****<>+*+*4+tt*+++*+**+**+**+*++*+++'
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The biggest value in Talcum Powder !( of the most traveled streets of the pay.PIANOS

I is Jergans twice as large as any Leather} : Wallets Purses, and Bill city and the heavy rains some time

.- a other brand and as good as the best. Folders, bought before the price ad- ago caused it to get extremely bad r' ', r+'
CORNEl DRUG STORE. vanced on leather. See our line and condition. If your piano needs tuning -
J get a good value. CORNER DRUG regulating or refinishing let
wife and daughter of d.enla
C. G. Jo wen, Capt. Clay Johnson came up from ForChristmas oat
in Kissimmee STORE. me give you an estimate on the
Orchard. Neb., arrived Okeechobee last week and spent a few .
,
a,. v- Wedneslay and will remain during Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Atwood ofhelmsCord. days at home. He says he is getting work. X

,r a the witter at the home' of Mr. and : ,Mass..., arrived in Kissim- all the hauling he can do with his I am located in the Villson B SS S S S SS S S B f. r j and. i

r I Mrs. A. R. Dennis at Shingle 'Creek. mee, Monday with a vi\v of spendingthe boats on Lake Okeechobee and the building on Darlington avenue, son

I Mr, Boyen, has been a frequent visitor winter here. Mr, and Mrs; At. canals and that he., could use more and will be glad to see and talk I NQw' Is the time to do your

', to this\ section In.the past and wood were among the pleasantest of boats if he had them. The Roseada is ',l rllkle, .,
.owns onvbalf interest, in the proper- our visitors last year and their return now at this end of the line under with anyone having work in I Christmas Select- ruvla

-..:.. Dennis.. is cordially welcomed by many command of Capt. George Steffe, and these lineS. shopping. .
oec: p'" j'U
,'el ,01' any bronchial riends., I is kept busy hauling oranges, lumber, \
... Pot u:" ve't7' pophoephltes.'to Mr. Robert Cross and bride, of''I turpentine, etc. R. M. SOLBERG. ing'giFts now is so much more Rrt'c' -

.r "' CORNER DRUG Georgia who are spending their: honeymoon El Rot Tan '10-cent Cigars the beat

8TORE aJI j, in Florida spent a few days ever, at: CENTRAL DRUG STORE. satisfactory. Have your en- r Jar,

'; the well-known here this week visiting their uncle Adlerika will cure you. For sale_ by yarttea,;
.
'saw Steut IlJ'J ,have recently built a and aunt Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Griffin CENTRAL DRUG STORE. graving done early. All aeh. :
for Palm where
leaving Beach
loadiig'nad Drury avenue adJoining 1 they J. Wade Tucker manager of the We still have quite ad teM+
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) will "visit her relatives before re- of Com
Wdland'railroad track .0\\ Everglade Cypress Co., of Loughman .

:-, 4 : t decided eojivspience.: ':r"'A'turns'b'Stne.Mrs. has been notitfied by the Governmentthat a lot of nice Lace goods engraved free charge "drt+r y_
rahichtheIda 'tol Henry Aultman has received +
he (JoverTiftnent) has contracted" 1 an embargo has been placed on I six .
entire output of this firm word that the stork, stopped at the lumber shipments confining them I

buy above the; certain dimensions, and they home of Mr. and Mrs.: tewart Steb- within the State. The reason given : and Embroideries. W.: E. SANDERSON CO. >;rthwe ofthlrtY '

''MVA nrnrlticf their mill to its full ca- bens, of Baltimore, on the 14th of i is, the* shortage in 'railroad facilitiesfor .. nrter
paclty.Rre '/:;" November leaving a son. Mrs. Steb-I handling the'Government's busi that are going at INCORPORATED; 4Y fivs ISSItit
bins is Mrs. Aultman's sister and will 1t1rtY/and
Jeweler and
Uenrjt"Tucker, former United ness. Mr. Tucker Is not worrying I Optometrist .
ant. .be well remembered; as Marie O'BerrY'1 the Government k8/1 ,
AmSnarshal and Alexander Ackerin over thls however as she
firmer United States district at- who was popular with the young: set I }Is buying practically the entire;J ,.4 tOgrin of glorldn.

" r Jn 6rney have moved to this.city from I, during_her residence here. . I Ir output of his large mill at good prices.: -2C --'- tnant'a Clerlt hill,

kaconl Ga.,.' and are: occupying the r Hair Brushes Tooth Brushes, Shav Rev..O. B. Falls has"'"returned from II f the
,fag Brushes Bath"Brushes and Hand s. uarr, A,
'owning residence on Clyde avenue. a well-earned vacation, extended to : 4th dar "
."'Tucke"''. family came with him Brushes. Our stock is complete. Sets II him by his church which also furI Call 261 .

1 ill' Mr)', Ackerman is accompanied for traveling. CORNER DRUG, nished "the, where-wrth-all." as Rev. ,,
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't s'i his son and expects to bring his STORE. Falls put it,, fora_ trip to At.lanta. per yard and up w _, hUehed and

lly down later. These gentlemen Mr. J. W. Douglass, of Kissimmee Ga., to Washington and Baltimore, :
I h( i purchased land at Park Gardens a former business, man lof this city, where he had the pleasure listening For All Kinds of Hauling 'tthe'.eathta''
lot of Floss at t 1c eachFredSGilbert
frO Nelson Realty; (Jo., and are vas in Orlando today. He says that .to the,renowned' "Billle' Sunday," Also.a ::; r1 1p tfut',

;,prepared,,for, a spring crop ,his son, Kirby who, enlisted in the He returned Wednesday and will con:' t *" I wl gTRCET{ ,
Coeatr
of e blear Kissimmee. for- N.Vy'at'th* beginning" of hostilities, duct the usual services at his -church;' ,

I."(II.''tunate'in securing such.desirable reel-:! I ,was called into .service'last Tuesday', the First Baptist Rev. Falls. was at, ; Motor'Truck Semice 1'f

.: dents, and we'are tare the whole town his twenty- &e nd' 'birthday. He is compacted. home' by bis .sister,' Mrs I Quick ,

'\\...will:'Join: the .Csiette )'extending, to : now stationed-,Charleston S.':C.-T Elizabeth Falls,'"who 'will,spend somi 's ,; ,, .

I*+ Cthem a cordiaji welcome.. ..... ' 1.Orlando.., !' ..Reporter-Star., ...,. ...'(,Frida7)Jt.) ... ,time..In Kblmmee .{'
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H 2 ; j THE KISSIMMEE, VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1917.y .- 'I''

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r.t" The Dining'' Room of 'the CROP PESTS: !:: 1JBER.ll . I Dr. Franklin Miles,, of' Ellthart;I) Suffered Several 1-4 I

.t"tL. Ma hattan..Hotel I Drool Ctftfnfr Food .. Ind., who has a tarn of sc/en hundred '' Years. PERUNA y'
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acres in Lee county, has solved.he !.
Is Now Open This i. the 11th of a series of articles leaf and rolls that pact of the leaf
w- t Mr*. R.., 8. $wage Owner and Mf.iu. I covering the control of the vari- over. The worms eat voraciously: and problem, of the high cost of fertilizer MADE ME WELL PI ''
t ous insects and diseases 'we may expect quickly develop full size, about an by manufacturing compost MV \

t. on our Florida" crops., I shall endeavor inch long. They are easily killed by rrom nick/ Dr. Miles gave out the Mrs.\ Elizabeth Reuther; 1002 llttiBt ;
to give directions I for avoiding arsenate of lead. ,If liquid spray is following Interesting interview to the ,, N. W., Washington D. C.. writes: Standbyfor a ail a k '
I trouble as far as possible, for recognizing Used, mix at the rate of 2 pounds arsenate correspondent of the Tampa Morning. "1' endorse Peruna as a splendid
: G F FORMER it when it appears, and for the of lead paste to 50 gallons wa Tribune in which he explain his medicine for catarrh and stomach a "'i t.
CIIRSOJ trouble, from which I suffered seeoral
J I best control. These articles cannot ter. A dusting of sulphur will also methods and which should" prove: inter., years. I took it for ,,
cover all Individual needs, so I invite kill the, Worms. when small.' Neveruse 'esting to local farmers: months, found my health was reCold. .
'I personal correspondence,* whether Paris green on teans. "The Japanese and the Chinese," I stored and. have felt splendidly ever. --- '

SELLS !from the backyard garden or:, .'commercial Beans are also attacked by .aphis, I began the Doctor, "have been making since.a cold I now and take it soon It 'when rids the I contract asThose- who object to liquid, medicines '.'

-plantings ,army worms, ,cutworms? leaf-hoppers, 'their,own fertilizers for front 2,000 to tem of ,any catarrhal tendencies.1 ran procure Peruna Tablet; .. e
Accident and Garden Insects. and root knot. their land intoa .
Fire, Life, 4000 years' getting up .
Caterpillars are of .varl us sized, Beetrf. highly productive state without the --- ----- N 1 1I
lr Health Plate Glass Lia-' colorsand habits but all can be "
't j: Leaf spots of various kinds occur use of any commercial fertilizer.] They '
killed by spraying poison over their that simply l byturning
have accomplished
controlled with Bordeaux .
bility and Boiler Insurance. feeding,; area; whether this sp'ray be land .all mlxtuic.ran ".' : ?,, everything: suitable; for fertilizer : CELERY PLANTS FORSALE,

I Legal Bonds Executed ; dust or liquid can suit the convenience Scab'"of beets Is'the same as thecab' into composts. V ..
-i i 6f the wether it be I arsenate occurred '. .
grower; of ) potatoes. Contl'ol.by "Some years ago it t<(j me
Same Day Needed. iaf: lead or Paris green depends upon crop rotation Irish: that with all of the muck and peat in Forty Cents per hundred ; 3.00 per IOOO. ';'t
r : the tenderness of the foliage and the Beets, are attacked' by various insect'H this State, which contain a high! percentage ',,
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r I grower's idea of economy; and t.1)e.). .ihe contiolof which\ Is takenup of nitrogen three or more percent Leave orders at :
'OFFICE:. State Bank Building [strength of spray depends upon, tenderness under other headings; as they are as much nitrogen the aver- A ... ,.#: 1
size of the fer'tilizer'
"of, foliagc'and age commercial contains, we
to many'v4'getables.
common
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caterpillar.. The caterpillar will die might make our own composts. they Waters & Carson Grocery _Co. : '' ::
- when it has eaten enough poison Cabbage. do in China and 'Japan and save the
KODAK FILMS: whether you call it plain. "bug".or its Black\ Rot was' covered in Article great expense of paying'for commercial or see R. P. Hansen ::1''

1 Developed, lOc a Roll correct Latin name, and there is no IV: fertilizers. After coming to ; ,',."'
Prints, 2, 3 and 4c each use trying substitute applications, for Black Mold! shows' as a spot about that conclusion, I have made.scientific .
Something new-not the- prices, they won't work. one-fourth inch in diameter, pale experiments during the past three
but what you get for them. Beans.Anthracnose green, on surface of leaf and dense years which have proved by actual:
F LI M S." and blight were fully :black underneath with circular mark- test, to. be of great value to every Ask Your Grocer*

..._ .P? *,Box_1319.?'. . Pensacola., Fla. I.covered! jnArticleIV._ ... : .... ._flOJl'h.' .The: edges! of:"the spots ore_nor farmer d.trucker Lee ,Coun-Y"A.! : MUSTANG
. ....., ,, ._. eiteq, \llId.. llade ff lntathe''i ) ' :: r- ,
" ';: <1'tl'' wderYP.mildIll-W..j&.r'1! r dz+frnit "' + \ :d'at"'Sffs'tt! 'took' ,OOO';yiiid of
maL 1'"rust" because its first appearance hi i {I tissue. Later the spots fall away, muck and peat from three ponds on For Sprains, Lameness, i wi
in tiny, rusty colored spots.: Later i i leaving ragged holes. Spray with my land. The muck analyzed with 60 Sores Cuts Rheumatism
.M. TILLER the spots enlarge and have an over (! Bordeaux mixture at intervals of two per cent of water, 3V4 per cent, of CHEEKMEALSCOFFEES
I I growth of white powdery mildew. It i weeks or less according to weather. nitrogen. Then I took crude phoa- Penetrates and Heats.
RealEstate! Agency.i4 : I attacks leaves pods, and ,stems and )Downy Mildew is likely to show in r>hate from the river, ground it' andirocopded Stops Pain At Once
: .. wilT ruin the if "Unchecked.: It Shows first in
soon crop I the xecd-bcd. paleyellow to make'my compost For Man and Beast
I Realty bought and soil.f I However, it yields readily to sulphur irregular spots which cause "The manner in which make my 2Sc.5Oc$1. At All DealersLINIMENT
Houses tented I and lime dust spray. This disease iso :I the leaf to curl and dry. A wliite own fertilizer: is very simple. First, 1
: Taxes. paid and Titles verified sure to appear most market gardeners ! J for nonresidents.Fire make a practice of dusting side;i. Affected plants should be peat. Second, one layer of ground 9ca
Life and Accident In- their bean fields just as the bloom burnedi Spray others. with Bordeaux phosphate, 200 pounds to the ton.
t surance. buds form and again after the first I mixture. Third, one layer of 'manure' Fourth,
Indemnity Bondi.f' 'rop of snap beans is picked. The !1 Knot Maggots ate the larvae of a 'one layer of inoculated soil. Then re-
work should be done when dew ia on fly quite similar (10 the ordinary typhoid "ical till compost is about three feet
....oo O+Ooott..O ,he vines, but care must be taken not fly. They eat off the feeding high. Each layer of muck or peat is
t ti to bruise them in walking through the I roots and even gnaw into the main whitewashed,' that Is, sprinkled ,with e rcf
J .R fife P400Nr:
i field.\ Weak Bordeaux mixture can stem. This checks growth and the lime water in order to neutralize the ?' ro a
i'' ; also be used. I plants show a bluish, sickly) color, then I([acidity\ of the ,muck. Fifth, one layerof .I:
i'C.\ W. GRIFFIN White mold shows first in large ir-' 'j t I'irn yellow, wilt and die. Repellant soil taken from places where cow-
I'egulkr'watersoaked areas which are 'like tobacco dust or sand wet in kerosene ' peas ,and beggar weedy have been
soon covered with the same white 'I (one cup kerosene to bucketful growing (luxuriantly is planted on the
Staple'and Fancy mold causing "lettuce drop". and in if sand) will often prevent the flies compost peas and beggar we ds,
which will later be formed the little from depositing their eggs: which they which'will still further inoculate, the It will save you money and
GROCERIES '>lack "kernels" (sclerotia) that are :try to place on stem of plant at surf compost composition throughout. i lt( 1 1 trouble. Givese description and. t,
,, the resting spores of the fungus 1|face of ground. One cup carbolic "Of my compos the legumes grewp full information on all seeds for.,
causing the disease. These live over acid emulsion to each plant will kill three months after the muck was MASGUIDi planting. Our stocks are complete -
'r Free Delivery to all Parts in the ground and will attack lettuce, the maggots if they have not entered I II dug. In England and Scotland the 11 1 W''PL'u'ITThIG' assuring prompt shipment.

of the City I celery, and cabbage as welt as beans. I I[the root. Crop rotation is important. gardeners think that, muck or peat fit s' JAOUONVW Martin's Hy-Test
l' i Spraying will not control this .trouble. I|Maggots also attack cauliflower, col- I I'to use for three years as It takes the now*
00.00 C o.ot'+:OO"040+ fected plants and follow crop rota. 1 Harlequin Cabbage Bug is about a the muck.
'. W. B. Crawford. Lee Jarrel tion. I fourth inch long, shield-like in shape "Their fertilizing principle lies in :; Carefully dependable.grown,Full closely assortment selected,garden always - 4

CRAWFORD & JARRELL.ATfOttNEYS.AT.LAW Damping off of. young plants was and gaudily: colored. It is a sucking the excretions coming from the millions and field. Strawberry and vegetable
discussed in Article V, but the same insert. 'and seems to poison the plants of bacteria in the soil and'the introduction plants also a specialty. Write
r ;'. t 6,6. andV47 Cit3ieniy" user often :attack older bean,'plants j { wil as, tdrain th '''vitality for: .. 'of ->.acteria,and lime. ,makes t today lor our new fall catalog '
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i'lOfflcee, : f *'* ;lte.| -*& .:
'. "' Band:,. )F uildinp hen tl"s I called 1I0110w tam er few, Lugs wlI kill the plan out he ompos variable much sooneran Seed.
5 :!'\\i!,.I JtI..lmme) IIitt1\. 1I 1i 1\\ Florid.a temR, t" or "R ot R&t: The pant sigh T np Op8 0 urn ps radishes b the Sf f ch and ]Engh h saga E. A.,''I Martin, .

,:. 1:!' --_.r,,... ......._.... ..,...'".''o'.......... .... owe thelr.vitallt..'.." gradually..,. and"Beat Ja e or mustard are effective caws methods ". Jacksonville/Florid, ;, \i,,. f/
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C. F. THRASHER '. results!: Use"seed from healthy These crops must he'pulled"up and! "Af terrthewcompost": had Matured, I ",' ''''

SHEE7 ,METAL plants, keep surface of soil well burned or sprayed: with a strong con- had a specially; made machine to pulverize
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erated, and remove infected plants tact insecticide-miscible. oil, for ex the fertilizer and the pulverizing < 7..1'r ,
. 3)) .r Mttal Cuarantttd RooF. Put on and 'rom the ,field together ,with plants on ''ample--or the hugs would go to tho I I must be done when the muck is .; .;
ach side as the disease travels from cabbage plants later when needing moist, not wet. .''
{ai ?' PHONE 14..R ... KISSIMMEE, FLA, lant to plant along the rows. new feeding grounds. "My past experiment has demonstrated aao.aaaaaaaa 1 ,,
Leaf roller: Almost as soon as the I Cabbages: are also infested with that legumes will not grow
t DR. W. W. 'CAR.SON'DENTIST first two bean leaVes aloe well grown, thrips, wire worms, flea beetles, blister well unless the soil is in proper condition -'

: \ chocolate brown butterflies with silvery -.i beetles, aphis, root knot and 'many !- and it has also proven that my State Ban

-t y'n I. Office over Pilley Building white /spots and a tail-like extension caterpillars.There homemade fertilizer is better than the' -
. I Office Hours: 8-II, 1-f to tho wings will be seen flitting I is no danger! of spray commercial in many ways. In addi:
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1, ome.<1... Administered'Phone 16S Re.ldenc for Extraction* Then.of SI about by the thousands. Look on :ting in between the leaves of the get-I tion to. the introduction of the fertilizer Kissimmee
Teeth the under side of the leaves for the bage head, as it heads from Into the soil, we also introduce '1
!! yellow eggs that are deposited. In I When the outside leaves are cut away : millions of bacteria into it. The superiority -
t .0. F. KRIBEa w. J. 3T*:.. i i'bout four days the eggs will have and th ecabbage washed, all poison Is'' of this kind of fertilizer is The of the worll
KRIBBS &: STEED hatched into a greenish yellow worm removed. Either arsenate of lead or owing to the introduction of bacteria eyes
(' ATTORNEYS AT LAW with dark brown head which Immediately Paris green can be used. and the planting of beggarweed which
r, Legal business of all kinds: fire cuts a'slit in the edge of the (To be, continued.) cannot be done with the ordinary commercial -
i'c :prompt attention. fertilizer which kills the the
--. ,4.; :& Of floe. 11 and IS Stale Bank Bide. germs and seeds of the beggarweed" are on man wmSAVES
". _Ii ., Klsaimmee. Florida S Has 200 Acres in Fruit;
;; $1 .. .
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in addition to truck Y
Dr. Miles, gardening
\' l ..r.. J.hn.ton Q. p. ? ?.? has a 200-acre citrus fruit
e'e'r : JOHNSTON & GARRETT Fcrti i lizcr grove, II' Raising several hundred
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i 1:10: ATTORNEY-AT-LAW; pure-bred hogs, and has recently gone

?ii l". ,Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Baal into the raising of horses. I
1 Building On 'a recent trip to Washington he
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r KUelmmee Fla. With full realization of the disastrous influence of visited the Department of Agricultureand
.\ J-' the war on all business rou tine, our buyers have put called: the attention of the bacteriologist ;
LEWIS forth unprecedented effort to lecu're the greatest ad- to the making of his own fertilizer -
O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW, and informed by the official
for trade. was
vantages possible our
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for
.. that the Doctor's method was pAUSE a moment), .young ian,

l r , : Waring Building. Full Stock--Right Prices evidently successful.'a new Dr. Miles one and may should, in the prove future I'' give a thought to self. 'he

into the manufacture of the tex
I ,. go problems that confront
t' I kind of fertilizer he is using in order) you no
J. W. THOMPSON We have a complete line of fertilizers and the to aid those who are not as favorably' will a few "years hence.Look .
greatest stock of fertilizer materials ever known in located as he is in Lee County. i I
r-- .Funeral of Florida. Prices higher than in fhe
Director 1 the State are nor- about you- men of affairs in 'coujjj i state n |

.,'. ' mal times, but are as low as consistent with existing ye, in the world, are the men who tari' sve'earlyln'"lir' r......

r AND conditions. .. Sore Throat ? They hare the respect and confidence of the community. '

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LICENSED. ; EMBALMER Ideal FormulasOur Then look on the other tide-:at the fellow who spend aU, they
C i ..' r This fifty year old remedy eases. Sore make-they may have a good time for a while, hot what does heir
"g Store, and''.Chapel, Stewart Are soothes Throats, heals and and Bronchial gives quick affections relief.; personality reflect? / i

e/ p. Kl.amrge.. Pie.r. . formulas all have the same perfect proportioning . Sold' by all druggists -
.. and blending of ingredients that havo made er. A dollar or so deposited in this bank win bt the

''t.--"', Whenever You Need a General Tonic I their superior field value the past quarter'century.. K nucleus of an honorable; independent ''care.r. \
Make
f y,. Take Grove's. Quality has not been sacrificed In the slightest de. your beginning now-today. Your bank
.'f'* :iThe Old Standard Grore's Tasteless gree. .Write for catalogue and price list. book will pave the way

!yr'j':-;:':"Oeoeral jMH Tonic Tonic is'because equally it Valuable contain.as the a tn iseovervfor Capital stock _________________ ____ ____ $100,000.00

I '' lknowntoalcpropertle.ofQUINiNR Wilson &Toomer Fertilizer Co. Resources over _________-_________________ 400,000.00
-& ':.:sad IRON It acts on the Liver, Drives Coughs Colds
t :: strt'falarl.. Bnrichea the Blood audi Officers and Directors:
tup the Whole System. 60 cents.CORAE8PONDENTS Manufacturers IDEAL FERTILIZERS
'. .:!: .' Dealers'in Spray Machines and Insecticide KttpToarStosmach...Liver HealthyA C. A. ARSON, President M./KATZ and,E. LfLESLEY, '
; WANTED, Jacksonville Florida .? vigorous: Stomach perfect working
ROMA "
Bowels U THOMAS, Casbler' ?
Liver and regular acting you .
,1p.'d* ett -want a'correspondent will Dr. .King's New Life P 1Ia. 'r
use
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eoau .onitjr in'OaeeoU county.k \"' Waters-' & Carson Grocery Co. Local .Agents They correct Constipation-have 'a. N.AJ C, BRYAN N. B. CARSON. "II.KATZ.
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FLEMING K. L. LESLEY
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:= .SUM!.wJU"* |" r our:nation'be- I through the Bowels 25c. .J. WADE TUCKER, Directors.; f
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"....- 0 F VETERANS. ':II f I IW LOCAL_ NEWS ITEMS I AT THE. -CHURCHES.PRESBYTERIAN. "we The BALLAD are apostles th* salt OF of-of proareas.THE the earth KAISER.are' we..- Tf t


-- And I am appointed by right Divine I
. 't CHURCH To-rule o'er tho land and the sea.J
Veterans' Association met SatNor. was glad( to be with the veterans of: O. King, who has been on the ers took the train to St. Cloud where Morning.services, 11:30. m. '
Thus epk the Oermatt Kaiser
17th, at 2 p. m.,. with St. ploud. sick Hat for the past week is improving he expects to spend the: winter, his Evening services, 7 p. m. To hu admirlnir crew, .r ,
Comrade Slater and wife were next. I brother coming later Christian Endeavor, 6 p. m. And he dreamed hU dreams-and lalil_ x
attendance, President W. F. slowly. on hi.* plann ,
The former said he served in a New Bible School. 9:30 a. m. A* h. thought to put them through

n 81' presiding. York cayalry regiment until Gen, Lee Harvey and Kathleen Riggan returned 'Mr. Rice, and two daughters came Prayer meeting, Wednesday. p.. m.' He sang and he preached.of the ble... '
'" in taxi from Kissim Rev. J. T. W, Stewart, pastor. Infra of pears
week
last after Wednesday by
spending some
and by would in St. While'
sg, "America prayer surrendered, and stay he sharpened hi. sabers keenlth..t
this time at Winston-iSalem, N. C. mee,. having spent a delightful sum lie to sing the world to aleep
plain Westcott; more ,music by Cloud winter. LIVINGSTON MISSION METIIO- Till 'twa. time to drop the screen.
in
choir. A comrade in the audience said ho Nurse Williams is spending a few mer Brooklyn. They arc at their EPISCOPAL : And. hla people; conndwnt In .theirstrength

President Kenney gave the usual was borne in 1850 and served three days :with heR friends, Mr and Mrs. beautiful 'home, corner 6th and Pennsylvania : Rev.DIST H II. Bowen, pastor.CHURCH I, Went on. In ,their bonntlnc way: "
They 'of' "Deutachland ueberAlice"
[Station to all old and new arrivals years iri' the war and wall only If Stillwell,. on llth street. A welcome avenue. Sunday services: sang '

.4 seats on-the stage, and ten new- years old when he enlisted. Another visitor. Mr. and Mrs. I". E. Lockwood and Sunday school, 9:80 a. m. I And longed for "that great day." 4

forward: while severalorsgavca old veteran in the audience was only Mr. H. E. Butler and Mr. Millar, daughter arrived in Jacksonville via Preaching 10:30 a. m. Then he celled togetherhis' flg-hUngr. u

talk from the audience 12 .years old when he enlisted in tho who are spending the winter In',I Or. : Clyde Line from Brooklyn; from-Jack. ,Junior Epworth Epworth League League 6:30 3 p. m,. His men men of hla-h deare. .

'. Reading of list of lost and found regular'army.. lancio were St Cloud visitors cf') sonville they motored to St. 'Cloud Intheir y' General Class Meeting, p.6:30 m. p. m. Aid. hn each. secretly, wave' his order. to

by the president. President Kinney' gave a talk, on Wednesday.Mr. i handsome Hudson 6and are at Preaching, T3O: p. m. What' each was to do do and to he f
"The first thing well I* to conquer
Chaplain Westcott gave a short the Young Men's Christian Association II. Van Duzeh; ,. of' Michigan i home on New York" avenue for the. Prayer meeting Wednesday 7 p. m. ''Th.rttciand: '
Official Board Meeting first well oft thom
said he had the honor of be.ing and advised all to assist in keep- : winter. every wipe
talk and City, Ind., 'arrived Monday eveningand Tuesday, 7 p. m., "-.i>. .
ing this' organization I'n the front Th rout will l>e ....*--to .conquer the -
born in Ohio, but; drifted easbtoi is a guest at, the New St. Cloud Harvey Riggan and sister,, Kath Sunday School Board. Meeting .second ' world

i Pleasantville. N. J., and stated there where they were doing good. i hotel.. i leen, arrived home on Thursday, aftermost Tuesday, 7 p. m. Will be but a .mire little crap.." l
Social program in charge of .Mrs.. W. F.., M. S., Ladies'' Aid and class i
{were other good states to be born in. Miss Kathleen Goff gave a party : a. .delightful- visit in Winston- Out. Kaiser Bill :Turf listen to' roe: I'Boma
work .
". Captain Geo. II.. Nason,. of Pos French. was rendered' as follows! I Monday evening in honor of, Dan : Salem, N. C. They also visited with . upon seats announcement.All free. All welcome to all you people' don't. think jjuat, like
Mass. the next A rally riongby the quartette, accompanied They don't believe In this right dlvlnamnff.
26. Roxbury was
; Armstrong, who is. here on a. short I their sister, Mrs. J. ,If. Kirkman, in meetings. ... .
speaker. He served in Co. "K," 35th by Miss Ilarrod on the I furlough' i Virginia.. Many friends are giving ..,.. v.. you'll see before you ,a-et through..
.' I'RESBYTERIAN CHURCH. There are others tint think that they .
piano.Songby
Massachusetts Regiment of Infantry, I .
Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Ferguson Mr. them the glad hand of welcome. have some rltrhta
as private, corporal, sergent orderly , young Cathcart accompanied ; Even: you are bound to respect, 't y
and by Miss Harrod on the piano. and Mrs. Phipps, of Iowa, and Mr. I The Army and Navy Union held Bible school, 9:30 a. m. ,\n<1 It your rule did not happen to suit
ergent, 1st lieutenant captain, They would' have the right to object.
Ninth Army Corps. He gave a good Piano solo by Miss E. Harris. .1 Sylvester returned on Sunday. from. its regular meeting on Monday afternoon Morning worship, 10:30 a. m. It.. a.hist bite Job' )'ou'"...;laid out for

reminder of the 'war and that he Reading by Mrs. Kibbe, "The Priceof an auto trip to Miami. I end mustered !in one new member : Christian Endeavor,,6 f.jn.TOFrayer .. :And yourself If von would" take my advice.

passed through several ... campaigns.. aDrink"-a-good, :, temperance les-j I The Loyal Daughters of!.the Chris.. and' also\' ,'had the pleasure' or hay.*; Evening!' r.ip"i ._ sip. ..-- -: .You'ILthlnk2ltwelt-ova-b.forP'i:I:!bngtnT''t'Sjtlu'n I ''t.mssne.Ywramnrn.,r wnwtieu'iiY.Ni+';-'' r l\.;;;' '

:- 'and"neve'igot'a"i'cratC i.':"''dfe 'd''wll' //i 1. '!' 1 till n"'thurch' \>Jw11I1mcet1onfc"Flday'afTternoon 1ii1l'ilt''f bid''Irm"m'a' nd"ei:;'Mef'1j'oldn; meehngWedneaday. p., m. And roayb* you'd better think I nt; '.
nut BllI'M not
the man to take ado
came to spend the winter in St. Cloud. Song by the quartette, accompanied : with Miss Merle Thomason" I back, who has been spending the summer Next Lord's day (Nov. 25)) will\ be >Ice.. . r

by Miss Harrod on the pi no. on Massachusetts. avenue. : In the North. Thanksgiving Sunday at the Presbyterian And h .felt very cure of hi. power,
I J. M. Kerns of Albany, Ky., Co. For Its hi wav of thinking that mlaht
Golda Grove a rood recitation Dr. and Mrs. Owens of Loulsvillo church of St. Cloud. Come and make right
"C, 30th Kentucky Volunteer Mounted gave Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Smith came in And he calmlyawaited'' the. hour.

Infantry, gave a talk on the pure "A Smack In School." She recited a Ky., are here' and pleasantly located on their first visit south, arriving last rejoice with UI.REV. salt
Hn they started out to the earth
old rye whiskey, fine horses, and pretty second number. : with Mr. and Mrs. Phipps on Maryland Wednesday from Sod us Point, N. Y. J. T. W. STEWART, With their famous Herman K'lUur.

women and as a sample of the latter Song by Comrade Depew and wife, rvenue' and Eleventh street. They expect to visit many other pointsin Pastor. ,Thin A doubleheaded strange device vulture.upon,their Mg. ;'

'he'.;' introduced. his wife. He ..id' with Miss Harrod on the piano. Mr. and Mrs. Richardson and Mr 1. Florida during( their winter's sojourn :Poor TiolKlum, wa the first to 'learn-

lie had'read often of St. Cloud and desired Mrs. Ansbaugh. recited "Guilty or Watson are here from the. North and 'They are most pleasantly located CHRISTIAN CHURCH NEWS. In the Herman Kultur echool

.. m. to see. the place, and he was not Guilt):." are pleasantly located in the Bircher at the home of Mrs. N. N. The Poor Or the Belgium Herman first Kalaer'to hear rule the brunt

much surprised and,had to pass judgment 'A"'war report by President Kenney. residence on Wyoming avenue. Chase, Pennsylvania avenue. South. Union! services in the interestof For the crime that were done by thou ,

s I as the Queen of Sheba did on about Gen. Villa being on the ram Quite a number of KissSmmee I the Young Men's. Christian Association Over, brunt and over let loose.......In. ,, { ,
peo- Mrs. Grace Cooper, and daughter
A stain will I real the
'Solomon's Temple, "That the half had page-a sort of burlesque on the hunt ple attended the meeting of the Y. M,: Elizabeth, arrived on Thursday eve- held ,at the G. A. R. hall last Forever and ever on Amen!t..man. name M

not, been told." He thought he for hinj\ by the United States,troops. I Halt of the earth For shame,! forhame
was C. A., war work council held in the ning's train, much to the delight of Sunday night was a success from !

I the youngest soldier of the 1861 war, Song, "Old Black Joe," by the quartette G. A. R. hall Sunday evening. I many friends. They visited Canada every viewpoint. The large hall wai For foul." deed don "to grain. your +send.

but hj found ,several more in the audience with Miss Harrod accompany. : A. L Rogers arrived in St. Cloudon .during.., the summer, enjoyed the crowded and the speeches were listened I Hntun him..." melhlnk might. blush a
of old soldiers before him asyoung ing on the piano.Reading : To own you a* his friend
Wednesday morning, having made. mountain scenery and were greatly to with much interest. The offering
as he was. by Mrs. French, the title And a* In Belvlum *o In France. '.
t of which the failed the trip by auto from Chambersburg, I benefited. They are at home on Massachusetts and subscriptions amounted to In every town thy passed. '/
Mrs. Park and Mrs. M. J. Larr secretary to get. '
f V Song "Star Pa., and going farther south to other avenue. over 60000.: The Y. M. C. A. work A"Humanity they strode atood on .toward...h..t. their goal -.
were introduced. Mrs. Larr stated Spangled Banner ._ .
which closed the points of interest. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Draper of So. In'the training' camp is a great thing the .
she was 91 year. old and recited a program. I But Knvland: to I'"i. ram''
Miss Pickins died sudddenly Sun- for our soldier boys May God bless And hared. her . 1
brawny
t SSft'k' Patriotic about the boysblue. The Association adjourned until on dus Point, N. Y., arrived In St. Cloud arm
i poem efforts. Her nnn. from every land and clime,
./ November! 24th, 2' p. m. day morning. The body was shipped Wednesday morning. It will be remembered their Rushed at the.first alarm.; ." ,

to Ohio on Monday for burial. Miss old-timers that Mr. Next Lord's day the services. at the '
NJomrsde Srout, 193rd Ohio Co.. A. S. COLE, Asst Sec-y. .by And though hut few and unprepared.; dl
-------_,.._--------_._--_._.....- Picking was an aunt of our local gro-. Draper was the first photographer In church will be as usual. tleldetheir. friend In Franca 4';
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They Fathered the banks of )Mara
( on
ceryman, Earl Mallory. the Wonder City and conducted a The morning subject, "Is the 'And *t..pped 4he roe.' advance.' ; n

,1r RIGATION PLANT ANNUAL MEETING. fc ,OF W. C. T. U. The 500 party at the St. Cloud hotel .' flourishing business. a tent between Church Meeting the Requirements? To I*aay puttlnar the Kaiser It quite wa..urprls.d mild: 1S q.k
t ; .
'r TO BE INSTALLED. on Monday evening for the bene- New York and Massachusetts ave. If Not Why Not?" and the evening To thin hi. plan should. be thus F7

._ The 34th annual meeting of th* W. subject, "The Work the Christian d .-
/ fit of the Red Cross was well attended nues. HI. Majesty wa riled:
I :iUaQr 'U C. T. U. was held in Lakeland, "'a., Woman's Board of Missions Is Do-
there being seven tables and a Assistant Department Inspector "Oott In Himmel! I did not know
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Nov. 6-9th 1917. 161 members "
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draw1 for st sub-irrigation pres.
'elf ing.
). They bite *o hard, those English
4 \ goodly taken in for-a good Mrs.
sum
i cause. Mabel Derider of Zephyr-hills '
t' CloJu. ent. Miss Minnie E. Neal of Jack. cura: ;
-.rfl at St. Thl. gentleman i. We were saddened(last week by the ..,..
"I" J not'thiok that cock Francefad
t Mrs. Jane Larr and sister Fla., arrived Monday evening. She mm
f the proud possessor of 40 acres of sonville, State President, was reelected .' Mary death of Sister Hall. She was one } grot on him such tarn long spar.
i the splendid land that -skirts and ; Mrs. Ida M. Flowers, of Orlando, from Indiana, came In Thursday to was met at the train by members of of the .
on, faithful women In all of the "Eut we'll how them yet''what w* can
Vice-President Mrs. M. P. Dean of spend 40X winter. They are located the W. R. C. and the. always accommodating do;
'a kng the bordoxs. of Lake Runny. ; departments of life and will be greatly e,
T mint nulck to Part ,
on 10th street, opposite Oak Crove drum A most inter arn
71t mode, the .1/S-has a graduaI"'dip DeLand, Recording Secretary. Mrs. corps. missed by a host of friends as well Elee: the dinner what I ordered there a ,,
Anna W. Riggans of Bradentown Park where they are at home to esting meeting was held at the 'G. A. Will be getting cold, you know. s '
re ,, ;
towards the lake and can be drained as by : her immediate ;family, Shewa J i'
friends.- ,',; ', '* :.. R.:. hall at 2 p., m. Tuesday,, Busines; thatwall'of; its '
in signed. \ banquet tendered fill\ dele. \ Hut wlih | In front!
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a complete and systematic manner i 1
i ', I"f;!) "'? vjt\ ,{ ;\ was onewho; knew hert place and>1'al.ways l. *i>And,Huaala At< hi* wami '
of transacted.;
within itself.,, This goes',!a4 long way gatel.wBII held ,in ,_the ArmoryjyNov' ,J,4;(,Mr.J and If,MrsjS JohnjMosher
towards the plan in view,as1 the"cost 6th i and'proved"'.ajmost, !enjoyableTenJ, NewgS.Bedf oixJ."Mass?!. arrived$on gf-Joe CatheartTleftlThursdaevening; filled. |"Wfncfltf1 M* **theyidld,WtwtOJp1'once=,Y V,..byeIlack' -
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of drainage is oftiines serious matter tertainment. n Wednesday morning last. They are to report for duty at Jacksonville. A Obituary. ' Rut n.....'.. mluhtv Rula; "'

t and runs the investment into a A vote was taken and carried to here for the winter and have already host of friends, boys and girls, were : Lithura Estella Wells born Ho She Uncle faltered Sam In brave the Uncle race, ;. Sam

'higher plane of costs. It is a good adorn every platform with the picture secured a house on South Florida at the railroad station to bid him Mich. was at Stepped In to take her place. .
Utica January 29th 1852. She
'thing for citizens of our little city to of Francis E. Willard, also a avenue and are keeping house. good-bye and a safe return. Joe will And lei mn tell you, Kaiser Rill
was united in marriage to Davis K. his tt In their t
Whon boys .wipee ,
' take interest in the white ribbon bow Mrs. be a sailor lad, having enlisted in the .
an developmentsof O. M. Hawkey and Miss A. Hall at Clintonville\ Wis. They'll surely make you see *om
February23rd
this class. of improvements, as'In a A telegram sent to Miss Neal from M. Terhune, ,from West Milford/N. J., Navy. St. Cloud boys are proving 1871, and died at her home in ,And stars make i you feel some! etrlpp i' '

j ,,{?, y.e:' soften. population will receive the Ohio W. C. T. U. President. was arrived last Sunday by taxi from Kis- their loyalty to Uncle Sam. Their St. Cloud ,November 16th, 1917. Oh' now you'd like to talk of peace.

"11' t>enei'tjT first in having a real given a prompt reply. simmee, having missed connection. happy, merry faces are missed on our She leaves her husband, DavistK.. Well peace would tie a hleaaln.

.a direct plant' at home wherestrangerofct A letter of greeting was sent to They are here for the winter, comfortably streets. We wish them god speed.A Hall, and two daughters, Mrs Mary No, mil vet. :we're not through with you

producing shown New Mexico. Applause and rejoicings located in the Roy cottage, south Florida slogan Braden- Yuu've got to learn a leason.Yon .
Sum Mich. and
moil treated my, of Lansing, Mrs.
>to when as it met the announcement that New York New York av nue. town Journal. Tampa. Tribune: "A Mable Auslfn of Kissimmee atarti-d out to win the ...world J

*V neT 8,1' after it has had thehouia and New Mexico went dry. lot ef familiar faces that have been Fla.; You- thought, without' much kicking' ; .4
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Y>e, Mrs. D. K. Hall died at her home on also six grandchildren. She united. nut whet-von moat deaerve vou'll tret- 1
..( for the drainageproms I 1,538 essays were read by members missing during the summer are again And that'* a darned fond HoUlna- (I"
preaation Columbia
last
r avenue Friday after with the church in early life and was i JOSEPH THURMAN. ,g 1I
rnecb lest, way, and followed up of the W. C.: T. U. several weeks of illness and suffering. seen on our streets. Empty housesare a faithful member of the Christian

t.het. |i to furnish ,water whenwith 14 babies occupied prominent placeson Services were conducted at the home filling up and there is a busy, church here, when death took her a r

\ herUI required. The plan of the platform and attracted all the prosperous winter season just ahead." For Fat her and Son : .
i by Rev, I, L. Jenkins, burial at Mt. from us.OFFERS. I I I jb.r
*n ,.a works atbthe systems' at attention they deserved. Peace cemetery. This is the truth of all South Florida

4eaM,><>, and wish of the Camp Gordon Base Hospital was especially of St. Cloud. Even our FREE: SERVICES
\ ( New St. Cloud guests: Mr.: W. E. 36O PICTURES E
.:s bewwet or dried at will, represented by the wife of Capt. Free. Congresswoman, Rankin, is spendingher
Starr Crawford N. J. J. E. FOR IRRIGATION PLANT.Mr. }
< Gallatin
.tDperaW overhead, or rain man, Atlanta, Ga. She was filled with ; ; vacation somewhere in fair Flor. 36O.ARTICLES; }o-
thus btd"8 le enthusiasm Pittsburg, Pa.; Mr. W. J. McCormick -
while discussbing this ida.. of Pa. has EACH MONTH ;"
t.er.lV1fi. and wife Ellwood City, Pa.; Geo. H. Hopkins, Pittsburg 'n la
--w place of interest. 1,000 beds are"supported Nason, Evanston; 111.; D. L. Harakins, Mrs. H. A. Pyne and daughter, Miss taken advantage of Engineer Ginn's ON ALL NEWS STANDS an4 "

+y.4 MISSION METIIST in this hospital. It was suggested Orlando: Fla. Ethel, from Manltou Beach, Mich.; proposition to lay out an irrigation soot

EPISCOPAL CHL'RCiI. that 7and 10-pound packagesbe The Eastern Star will have a special Mrs. Francis Smith and daughter, plant free of charge, and will have' 25 Cents ..' FelIlki... :;
sent there
r '$ Mrs. Mary Mosher. from Jonesville\ three acres prepared for subirrigation .. y
on' after'noon.
{IHIiY'"s, a great day at.the Mrs. Bowen gave the delegates and meeting Wednesday outs pb
Mich., all arrived Friday from Kiv as a starter.Mr.. Hopkins owns POPULARMECHANICS u".nt1m'
. 11i1nMethodist Episco- members a conundrum to : The Worthy Matron will be -
: guess
; simmee by taxi. These ladies are forty acres suitable for this purpose. :;
were 44 more in "What is right side< up when it is here and inspection will be held, In were good friends and Through'the efforts of the correspondent ' ,,
pe than one side ?" Send in the evening the ladies will have anoyster newcomers g )0 : :; 1
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year ago, wrong up your guess i neighbors in Michigan, and'are keep. i of the Gazette, Mr. Ginn extendsthe "!, aroA

C 'althY growth, The supper. ing house together on Massachusetts same proposition to Kissimmee, !:: MAGAZINE ace "to,,

1,'PkaSJ leA' ,!'. has a contest on and! ST. CLOUD PATRIOTIC. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Squires have avenue, corner 9th street. We are and will lay out a plant free for the WRITTEN SO YOU CAN UNDERSTAND IT (widow w, d-*.

$ I Jt' ed Jlcely. The Ladies' AW taken 'apartments at the Haven for glad to have them with us for the first person in that city who requests )4. .All the Great Event In Mechanic: J under
t ig *lf'1der'; than ever. The If anyone tninKa that St.: Cloud people the winter Mr. Squires said he had winter. N Engineering sod Invention throughout parties.the :
, it. World ar* described in *a IniereM- _k claimIng
'1L co '"T .re rapidly increasing, are not doing! their "bit" for the, been in different; places in Florida and manner. .*'they _.. 3,000.000 ..' I charscndaaeach -
'The suddden death of Miss Etta tone*
''o unflf..f bees are coming lit boys at the front they should have attended wanted a place to rest in, and thinksSt. And just as you say that you will b) sop.aNsrh month. }ld **
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aM' Pickens at her home on Kentucky ghq NtUS llMr ,
\ ape ". ervice. the Red Cross entertainment Cloud the ideal place.A not stylo of living a C) .. l f chance your .. ', of
the haw "
"l f 1 nue last Saturday was a great shockto 0,; >hop.. to mke rvpaln (home 'r.'tudrtsr ...
[y morning; Mr. and Mrs. given atJtho-G. A.. R, hall last Monday reception was given Monday eve starving baby dies in France. AmsUor MeebHlesaow lep..w.dwlel..l. .V tyrantyMa1x
e Las friends and neighbors. 'She leaves 1..4,.... .." _........ /..41.
; \ .' II rs.-c. W.Botmatpn - evening, this was one of the ning in the annex of the church- for gwfaud pi.., Lre.. ,_"............. :. ; aouth.
one sister, Mrs. Mallory, who, with tohlld.au' .Mioioff..yGl_...._eteren . j 1 "
and Mrs. Belle Cather united best of the season, enjoyed by old and the Methodist minister and family, Millions of women and children in
i her son, Is a resident of St. Cloud; MU r ii.to HEW sums northwesta.e.rMewa..wwr..aS.ra.tr.1MN '
with the church.: young.A ., I Rev. Herbert Bowen. A large num Europe-our allies-can be saved 'J i l.' after o.
several other sisters and relatives Brit ,. .. -..-.-new rw a w'.--, \ n'II -;
1, Tuesday evening the pastor, Rev. word of pra\'e for.Mr Carpenter, I ber'were in attendance and a goood living 'In Racine, Ohio, her former from bitter hunger if you will eat one \ .: -: '.i.w' -aj5..a..s"'_' ._.we'"i"- I' ,, :> five .e33)Bast. :\ _

H'. U. Bow.n, and family, were ten' who. has had the training of the chil- program was carried out. home, where remains were shipped slice less of wheat bread per day. IOMJ1J111 MICHANIC IMACAZIflK 'I/ .an4tourft

.t der.1 l a'ceception by the members .oftheiongregation dren for; several weeks past. It is I C Nwlr....ls..A--.. ; (u) .
Mr.. Thomas Rogers and brother, A. Monday morning. Services were held !
and also of the other needless to add that he understandshis That pound of wheat flour you save ._
L. Jtogers, of Chambersburg, Pa., arrived at the Miles chapel Sunday at 3 p. m., will heavily on .... ...,, ." ___., slag 'n
JMH and churches of the city. Arogram business as was evidenced by the every week weigh very Pe. MM".IOl. a. '
>r* by auto far Jacksonvilleon II. H. Bowen .. ... Mb of F'orbttl.ewiq..segsit.rt ,
Rev.
j as as conducted by pas dee. -.fa dm "c/ "' oft-. < <<. !
of his The the kaiser's mind.
and refreshments pupils.
performance names
and speeches ..beerlstl."s yplnsne
i l.mere
Monday last, where Mr. Tom Rog- tor of the Methodist church. lorlds.nusrY .
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fara end a vial: hour comprised of all who helped to make the entertainment -- -- .'" A'
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1. is rx/roi. 1Kn house. was well the success It was are too I ". day 0 .'

with well-wishers numerous to mention. the Red Cross was sold 'to the high-j The skyscraper, goes up stone by THE MAN TOGO TO ,SUBSCRIBE ,FOR THE 'r[: rSi' :

l stone brick by brick, foot by foot day v.. ......rrlc....., _
Dr. Prof. Bull rd. of school
the Rev. high
'i: fxt: Sunday moming. our est bidder, Mr. Guy Morgan v.. expert 4ralem.. lay.**, ; .of Im.aN. J .
q 1111' will deliver a sermon about)! who is a fine impersonator surely by day, slowly. There is no other way v.. *".e.l< mm* latrtnt. ..rr.r... KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTEd : .
lucky bidder and securing the priraT to build it. Europe's war food shortage K.r .!!. ..._....el.... i : ..,. pblNaedo olio
At the in laugh In
Reformation. us our m ney'worth
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\'IS and the give __ work.Ker .
: JlIt;; ,service :Jlev... Bowen will ter. We could hear the 'cats" on the A well-pleaeed' audience filled the must be made up by individual Per r./.f.re.d_...... ......**...... .ret...... ... ret aO At sews of OiccelaC { \.'. .. >i".XViS .

a)1.) on the 9th chapter of Revels- back fence the remainder of the nightin house and eacb one went home happyin Americans through saving bit by .bit, wall A. GINN.Add-* Gril) Eariaeer ... ,. fc iIi:. '* Floel D...U1'l.

; Some' think It has a bearing our dreams.: doing; their bit for so worthy .a ounce by ounce day by day, persist WILBUR RATE, '$%.00' PER, TEARi- ;t.... ;rit8TJCFi...

y ;'present ,war., .. 'beautiful' painting. ;, presented. to cause.. . .... ently. There is no other way to do it. l- .:q.; 0'0. ,40.*,.

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' . ." ."" ,1. PROGRAMMMUfl ) New5electiveerviceRegulqtfns am"sir.lJ: :

..-. -,.. ,1".I'" .. . I ''I"r. Cancel allExemptionsandl estore I StoP.Calomef!
f t>Htte'forTeacm. .Otceola County Florida, to be held,at Kist ,

A 1 '.imnee, Friday,,November 30th., 1917. Each Man to His Original Status 'l 1 Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone '

3 .9,;{00) a..m.".-Song. rntrica," : ,

: Prayer ...-*............j::*__--...__,._._...___________ Dr. W.' B. Witherspoon tt
I Remarks ____.A__..___..._..__.___'-______.........T-'Supt. C. E. Yowell II The new selective service regula- taken as the unit to be ela slfied. iisf u to ;mc'I! Calomel sickens and 'ou.may loeo 7' ,

I 9} 1 IS a. -Demonstration: of. Primary Methods _.___-,____________h_ tlops have been made public by the I Within each class the order of liabil ''day's work. If bilious, constipated oo .4
Provost Marshal General. Suppliesof ity is determined by the drawing,
?._.........Miss Lucy Witherspoon. assisted by Miss Elan Guice "
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9:43: a. -Demonstration of Physical Culture in the Grades ___....____ them, have been received by the which has hitherto assignee! to every headachy read my guarantee. J A\
ol States and will be order of availability for military I
...______.___...;________.___.___..___..._.__ Miss Virgil Kent governors they! man an _
: '10:00 a. m.-Attention I ._,,.._____...._._.._._..___...__ Prof. N. H. Bullard forwarded to local'and district boardsat service relative' to all men not I 1)Utll' few and if it fail l' ,J r
for or' Every ilniffffist! in 4own- costs cent! J
study. permanently temporarily exempt. yoiir
--s 10:30. m.-Nature Study _______ .. ,_.. .__ Miss Star Paisley once -
? -- --- -to relief in cnro o(/
i t l even-boilv's dnifffri( tfivfi easy every
Certain of the regulations go into ed or discharged. 'The effect -of classification druggist nn ,
1 11:00 I m.-Some of 'the Problems that Confront the Rural SchoolTeacher
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and conslipntioivou
hm noticed in class i front fallinp-off !
others in 1 render
20th while is to
L .. _........._.__._-_-____-,_-.,._---..- Prof. R. E. Franklin : effect' on November ,. every sale of cfilomel.' The) nil give Hie' >' have only, to ask for your monc
so'classified
: .. Hl30 I in the Schools : Miss Edna Schw-tikart ; notably those which govern the proc man presently liable to ,,
t; a.'in-Singing . ____?__-__ same reason. Drxlion's Liver Tone Iwiok. )
r I II I :4S a. m.-Care of School Buildings and Grounds .__,_ Miss Bctrie Pherigo ess of selection and classification ,will military service in the order determined id taking/ its pInes Dotlion'fi)! Liver Tone is 0 plwisanttnstmjr t 1

,! JI 12:00 m.-Noon recess. not go into effect until December 15th. by the national drawing. The ,"Calomel Ja <1nnircroi nnd ,poople purely veiretablo remedy, '

p 1:00 p. m.-English in the Grades ____..____..._v.____ Miss Elsie Skilton Repeal) All Preceding. Regulations. effect classification in class 2 is to know It. whilrt]" Dolon's Liver, Tone linrmloss hoUi children and l ndult' ., j.
'L 1:30 p. m. Testing the Efficiency of School Work ______ Prof. L O. Rogers The new regulations not only repeal grant a temporary' discharge from is perfectly] Brtfa n 11,1 l jrivpa belter result Tnke spoonful -at, nisrht! nnd wnku..

: ,2:00:() p. m. -Science in the Grades with Demonstrations .;_____,.._____ all preceding regulations, but draft, effective until clas1\ in the !'!," sni i4-i'i prominent i, bent).clrn : no l Ijiiliou noR", ,i'k" ,
cancel all exemptions and discharges jurisdiction of the same local board, is gist!'! ,. Doilsoii', Liter. Tone i* pereonnllv nd.I'hl'. (', acid< ctomnoji or tonitliowcH piated -:'
_....__'___...___-.__-..-..________-__ Miss Elizabeth Tribble doesn't V' <""'''
] It prirwi
local exhausted. ua rlIitpe\l !1"v every, 1ruffulw -: t : V
which have been granted by The effect of classificationin \
L' 2:30 m.-Reading-How Best Taught _.._ _.__.. Miss Mertie Fletcher' .
p. llm l bsv lik, fnlow
? ? Mss 'ist elli it.A. larc-p! hf)Hlp "('xt ( viulcr : _ i"---_; _ -
-4 3:00 p. m.-Patriotism _.:._.....____..____________ Miss Elizabeth Aultman'k' i,boards will send a questionnaire to 3 is to grant a temporary -,-- )'...-. -=--- .
. everyman who is not in the service discharge from draft, effective until
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I The completion by registrant of classes 1 and',2, In the jurisdiction of gaged lr\\ necessary industrial! enter- I j their, lunch scraps, the children save

Gospel Tent Meetings Are this documenl.is.'the, first: : great. stageof the same local board, are' exhaustedand 'pi iae": ''them for the pigi This ,is the. way the ..,. ,

the new ystm\ and the difficulties , similarly, class *4 becomes liable 4. killed, $atm' labor engaged in (pig ", Jbe\ fattened and at), the end

which 'will attend it are fully only: when classes- 1, 2, And 3 are ex!: necessary. eriteiprises- : 'of. the school year i It will be sold to

Daily Increasing! Interest., recognized by the Provost Marshal' hausted. The effect of classificationin Clan Three* .. fthc' highest, bidder. The money thus ..

-- I" General l. who has begun the mobihzu- I ,das! fi' is ,to grant exemption o' ,J. "Man with foster childicn, depend' ,derived! l will be used to buy booKs for '

The meetings; at the Gospel tent of Man, will be characterized by a I lion ,of the* legal talent of the' coujiJiy 'djs\\ al'ge'' 'from 'draft. The term 'de. ent on daily labor for support. ; the school library, or for maps and

..:'continue with increasing 1 interest. A great world war. 'The haivest is the to enable everyone who seeks it ferred 'cl sification', as used in these 2. anwith, aired, infirm or Invalid <'hal its, or it may be used to extend '

large. congregation was in attendance end of' the world.' Matt. 13:3:: .' .to I'ei.'ei\'e] aid in the preparation of hUqueBltonnaire. I glllat.ons"ls! equivalent to the term parents or grandparent dependent on I I the school term one month. A 'patron .

"The 'valley of Jehosaphat 'Ideal-. '((.mpa I'U 1')'. discharge.' daily labor for support. of the, school donated.thf pig. I
,Sunday ,night, and all listened Very ed in the land of Palestine near to System of Distribulion. The volume 6f new regulations 'contain 3.Iell; with,brothers or /sisters incompetent Putnam County: The boll weevil -'

attentively' to proclamation of the Jerusalem and corresponds to 'The Under the new regulations' the local J' ;/'within its two covers every possible to auppo'it themselves, dependent ,,:' has put in an appearance in this coun- "!

," message. The tent Is now heated great river Euphrates,' and 'Ar b.oardswill. send out 8 per cent. of source of information which local on daily labor for support. I'I ty. Much interest is being taken in .

and'' all are made comfortable not- mageddon of Revelation 16, and is their questionnaires ,each day for a and district boards should have 4. County or '!niunfcipal( officer. soil improvement work- through better>> . ;

withstanding the cool ev.enlngs.f1tb now, controlled by the Ottoman Erri-; JI.e.Id.: ti !Itd1YI.l.br.r ,1; j };i; iJJ1, h.;;=a bn';. .;.&*.ff_me".-. y.
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1 f -- '."'. -,-.::: t..IIt.. ;ATm ... pir.C''OI1or.uI4.:;;: iioJ1WPr"it orhstribution; -.t will.'allow the localboards the drawing is published in full! as tJ.) XeteslSry artificers of workmenin I and the 'gowing of legumes-

: ,' ""!!""tJe; subject: treated"of' by Evangelist battle of Armageddon will be fought. \ with the aid of their legal advisory well as all statutes relating to the selective arsenals, armories and navy yards'j I, and winter cipps. Much attention is '.
R. service law together with the '7:'. Necessary custom house :being given, to the production ot? bet-
C. Magoon. He said in part; "This war now going on is not boards and other volunteers, to
"The battle now raging between Armageddon but the Bible predicts instruct complete,' and file each day's insurance law, so that local boards, in'' "8. Persons necessary in transmission ter live stock. ,

the nations of earth la the greatest such a war as we now see just priorto questionnaire without the confusionand passing upon questions o1( dependency.may of mails. I Walton County: People in this
':: I\ that has ever been recorded in the Armageddon and the second coming ,congestion which would'attend take into consideration all rights 9. Necessary employes in service county are interested: in everything, .JA

: : history of the world. Many have of Christ.! 'For thus saith the Lord the effort to require a larger number. duties, and obligations of the regis of United: States that may prove beneficial.'in agrlcut'r. \
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wondered whether it not the : God f Israel trants. 10. lIihlyeclalizedadministrative l \ tural development. They are ,.specially -_, );
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: :was T> to me: Take the wine The new regulations also contain: a 1
t; .Armageddon Bible prophecy. I cup of .this fury at my. hand and complete set of. the forms to be used, The classifications are as follows\ experts'. interested in better' live stock ;""':.

The Teace and Safety' cry which I cause all the nations to whom I send by the local boards every form being and how every man registered to 11. Technical or mechanical-- I raising.Escambia.
has been sounded ft. which class he belongs and In. what perls in industrial enterprises. I County: Boys in this .
so frequently .from thee to drink And they shall printed in full and many are completed .
both and the drink order the different classifications will 12. Highly specialized agricultural county who expect to continue in the' ;
pulpit be
press; peac con- and moved and be mad, because to serve as models. I' '
I' ferences held at The and also of be called to service expert 'in agricultural bureau of State' pig: club work next year will also I be
}? Hague, the sword that I will sendamong A local board will actually use 19 of : I .
in other places, have all proven futile them. . . And all the kings the proposed forms. Examination Class One- or nation.. members of a. corn or a peanut club.

in the, preservation of the equilibrityof of the north, far and near, one withanother shows that most of the8e are postal- 1. Single man without dependent 13. Assistant or associate managerof I In this way they will produce feed for "
industrial enterprise.. their pigs. The that I is to be
the nations. and all the o'f necessary acre
kingdoms the card forms, and require but a word or relatives. tI
\: "'The only foundation upon wnTch world, which are upon the face of the two to complete them, thus simplify 2. Married ,man (or widower with 14, Assistant or associate manager planted to corn or peanuts next spring
a e will ever established is earth shall drInk after them. !' children who of necessary agricultural enterprise.. I will be planted in November to rape..,
pea upon ing to a large degree the work of the ) habitually fails to support '
; Him who is the Prince of Peace, I. . . for I will call for a sword upon present system which requires approximately his family. Class Four- I oats and rye.
ChristJesus our Lord; and that does all 'inhabitants of the earth. . . 180 complicated forms. j 3. Married man dependent on wife 1. Married man with wife (and) or DeSoto County: It is up to ..1h.I. .
not and treaties of children (or widower with children) /boys. at Bowling Green. One banter
come bycompacts I Behold evil shall go forth from nation The completion of the questionnaireby I for support.
men. It comes omy by enthroning to nation and dependent on daily labor for supportand has expressed a willingness to) ad'
whirlwind widower
'" great the registrant will not require as 4. Married man (or with ,,
Jesus Christ in the heart. Therefore, shall be raised from the of children no other reasonably adequate sup. vance money to boys who enroll fh
up coasts much work as did the simple claim for ) not usefully, engaged, family I "
; as long as sin reigns in men's hearts the earth.' Jer. 25:15-33.: The prophet dependency'under the old system. In supported by income independent. of port available. pig clubs and will rut up'premt
I 2. Mariners in sea service of merchants for the winners in both, he pig
wars will not cease., John declares of this time, that the it the registrant must make a full his labor. > .
; "The last days are to be marked nations! are angry (Rev. 11:18): ), .and i statement of all the facts upon whichhe 5. Men not included in' any other or citittens in' United States. .'the corn ,clubs.
by'a great 'Peace and Safety' this is fulfilled in 3. Heads of necessary industrial Lee County: By giving the sen
cry. prediction surely being I will rely to secure deferred classi- description this or other classes...
Thus it is written: 'And it shall in the present struggle I'fication and upon which the local 6. Unskilled labor. enterpril'es.- treatment to hogs cholera has bt<

come to pats in the last days "The Turkish question is again board will b& expected to fix his class. Class Two- (Heads of necessary agricultural l stamped out. ;Six months' ago mi .
that'. . . people shall and view eL'*, ,rises. f-arrners many go brought to in the book of Dan Answers Require Few Words.If f 1.: Married man or father of moth Class :....
;, 'say, ,. ". . they shall beat theirwords iel. 'And he shall plant the taber. the registrant is a farmer or erless children, usefully engaged, but Five ,I 8l'rt Having; f e tSTesults, the';
into 1. Officers of States or the United Lolieve in it. > "..... "
and their I
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plowshares of his palace between the seas skilled in any enterprise which is necessary family has sufficient income apart 1 I \ .
pears into pruninghooks, nation shall I In the glorious holy mountain he ,States. j Citrus County: Farmers in the. ): .
; yet to the public interest, he must from his daily labor to afford reasonably ordained '
not_ ,lift -sword against nation neither i .shall, ,come. to his end, and none shall state the facts in minute detail; but adequate support, during.. his ab- 2. .Regularly' duly mmlste'rs. |Fort Cooper section are plan ing" to

-,- hall they learn war any.ore" Isa. ''I lelp him.' Dan. 11:45.: The 'glorious so skillfully has the questionnairebeen !ence. fatten -.Jlnd ship ho-r co-operativrbr.

,1, c 214. ,This however is only what holy mountain' (Mount of Olives, Jerusalem designed that every answer is 2., Married man-no childrenwifecan 3., Students: "divinity.. -. ,'.;,.. .AJl!.J have. a,few: hea" }siicc hogs, and k,",
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'many people' will but the Bible is between ,,,, Persoll n tiilitarlie'Tce : or naval canhinakeupacarreaaily.Iiolme'Contyyoundation] .
: say ) the, Mediterranean anticipated and requires only in rare support herself decently and with ; .
: ';declares that there: will be no epochof and Dead seas. ::Thus' the ,Turk l ;; ; baa
nathncesrnor !{:than"two.: or three out; hardship. ..: (
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: peace. '' 'For when they shall say, will finally remove his 'capitol(from word, ,.,". .'((1, ./ !'f'it.' ", ., ",r"' 3. Skilled industrial laborer em hen been_built|for the|firIJ aweet ,potato,.. i.I..o'! ,

Sf Peace and\ Safety then audden detraction Constantinople, .in Europe to [Jerusajem ,ThenewreguIationsYare dJ"Jl!,; i, li I&4 !: ,' so ar-' \\11,.. ':Atlen'nenues ""'* torage house.!$ j'reparatlons-*- are un' .,.,-11.. "'

-I i- '. cometh upon them.' ,1 Thea.' In :Asia or Palestine. '" ThIs done ranged that information may be found 7. Personarmorally'unfit.W\ 'V" |'de'r'w.ay for two more hew houses

-4 5:1-3.: But instead of the nations he comes to his end and then 'shall almost at a glance. A complete t/ble 8. Persons physically, ,el'ma.nentlyr j and one old building will be remodeled -

;learning'peace they are making Michael stand up, . . and there of contents is provided an exhaustive mentally -unfit. | for storage purposes.Oudaden .
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greater preparations for war. In. shall ,be a time of trouble, such as j index has been inserted, and each 9. Licensed pilots. I County: With S. C. Hood .

a1: 'stead of beating swords into plow- never was since there was a nation, paragraph brought out in bold-face specialist in sweet potato storage the

() : ; shares the opposite.will be the case. . and at that time thy people I type, making it most accessible to the agent visited a number of farmers to
Agents'
A :* Thus saith the Lord: shall be "delivered, every one that seeker for' information. County Report j interest)' them in building houses fo

I L : 'Proclaim ye this among the Gentiles shall be found written in the book.' One of the noteworthy features of the purpose. At least lour" ...,.. '

p (nations); wake up the mightymen' Dan. 12:1: Thus.we see by the movements the 'new regulations is the appointment Levy County: Cottton boll weevils I built in this! county "'Ii be '

let all the of war draw of the nations that Lake County: Seven
men
we are I of an officer of the Reserve Tia\e been found in one patch near re f
l near; . . Beat your plowshares very near to the setting up of the Corps of the United States Army as J Bronson. This is the farthest south. eens are being used by t JtfOatv

i into swords and your pruninghooksinto ,everlasting kingdom of our Lord." an assistant to the adjutant generalof school instead of potat tor ,
spears'; . . Let the heathen be Subject tonight, "The Man of. Sin." each State. This officer will also ern point yet reported in the State. A large!! acreage will\ b*' p'' lltpd no ad.
awakened, and come up to the valley Saturday night "The Two Coven St Johns County: The cooperative reason. t }
be the disbursing officer, and the final
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t. affairs of the selective servkeIIYS- ARE THEY WEAK OR PAINFUL?
sickle for the harvest is.ripe.' Joel Sunday night "The Struggle DeI -, tem will 'thus be brought into inti- month. The store will'"both buy and hove been in use jn this c t", vata
3:9-14. Thus that the Do yew lungs ever bled sell co-operatively seed' potatoes and rattle t e
t : we see days tween Capital and Labor ale JookmJsixty;
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mate touch with the Provost Marshal Do you ha-. night sweats? I t. bet.
x j just preceding the Doming. of the Son I I C. R.MAGOON. General's office in Washington. Hare you pains in ch*.t aDd ski*? fertilizers being two of the largest ter than in past year! Wi Vat ,/
Do you Spit yellow SUM! bUck matter 7'( items to be bought. I now in use an,| mote l being b :
Among his other duties will be that of
:Jjlr . 'Pn. Alachua Le
Ar cotlmll- h wkk> and County: Many hogs
A W. H. ARNOLD \ keeping all accounts closed in order U.,.T.-..V...........__c.. ,.-t.. :l are i County Mill soon he tick free.
ALAN J. MAC DONOUGH
: dying of cholera in some sections of
... Calhoun'County
Are .Ir""' *'' Symptoms f_ : One swe
that the department' at. Washingtonmay

3 ARNOLD & MacDONOUGH have at anytime a statement of LUNG TROUBLE are the learning county. the More necessity and more of treating tarmers: ; I to, storage two house has been eoml
: more ale under nlt
; the obligations and estimate of fu I You should take Immediate steps' to their herds with cKarmers .
anti-hog cholera 4
-M ; .. Contractors,. Engineer, Architect ture for each State. check the' progress of these symptoms. serum , ute putting in aliKe
I expenses The longer you allow them to at the beginning an outbreakf of
t DARLINGTON AVE. '/ - CITIZENS: BANK BLDG. Reasons'for .Cla slficatlon. seated advance and and serious develop,your the condition more deep-be the disease. oats.
,
Under part 4, which deals with comes.! .. ",
classification There Is PetlUve Proof hat Lynn' Clay County: Fifty-four boys no :' America is leqm-ttcd to save f

rules and principles, Oermtne h a. : far have pledged themselves to J'row' make the German I '
there are clearly laid down the various relieved completely and speedily caseafter I rank
case of'Incipient Lung 1.eaae. and harvest from a half-acre to an will do it unJ
rules which will govern district Chronlo Bronchitis.. Catarrh of th. I of jou can U
Catarrh of the Bronchial Tubei icr some staple crop the coming third of
Lungs ) an ounce U-ss
.
and local boards I in the classification and other similar affections.! \ Many sufferers vear under the supervision of the d.> E"Every
Seed Potatoes of registrants while the reasons for who said they had lost all hops square meal you Stor the
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t a'
and had been given Up by physicians, county agent. boys in the trenches
Ifnd effect of'classification are clearlyset relieved declare \\hYLuna.Or"\'n\ completely. If your St. Johns CountyElkton school I back home brings kaisei and fkSI
out as follows: cough' and other symptoms are due to has a pig.' Instead of throwing J' at
wrAalr lunirs. Serious. dAVnlonntentamay away much nearer moral) stnrvatio
"The military needs of the Nation '
k ' I Maine Grown Selected SeedJSpaoldiaf's I require that there be provided in every to begIn follow on neglect LUNG NOW OliUMINE la the time'andbuild r:
up and strengthen your lungs(
: community a .list of names of men' liuna Oermln has relieved Incipient
;
Lf who shall be be Lung plseases.. according to statement SPECIAL : P..Q.Tit'j
No. Rose, Early Red Blue ,Triumph Irish Cobblers. ready to called into of sufferers themselves. a. welt --' SlLPHAT/ j) .
,
: ? service! at any time. The economic as statements) from their aoctore.n4 -
.. the patients remain strong and In
t t needs of the Nation while deferring splendid health to.lay. {40% WATER
: receive orders and make SOLUBLE
We, ,are now ready to contracts the You take no chances when you try' ) .
{\0 paramount military necessity
LUNG GERMINK. It Is not like cheap *
I ,for November, December and January Delivery require that men whose removal couRh syrups. It la a real lung and FREE ROM CHLORINE h'
bronchial medicine of merit
Write for prices stating: quantities and* varieties wanted. Our would interfere with the civic, family, Try one bottle and sea for yourself 100 Pounds '
low quickly and splendidly It acts. to th8 Ton Will l Give 2 per cent fataslPNITRATE i
I Swd Potatoes are the highest quality Maine\ Grown selected seed. industrial and agricultural institutions A full month's supply which formerlyrout ..

We are familiar with the conditions in Florida and our seed stock of the Nation shall betoken in t.,00.$5.If no,you can are now not satisfied had for wiTh only ,

; Is selected You, should plant Maine grown'seed for best results. the order in which they best can be the benefit you have derived after OF SODA. '
For using one full bottle* ak the> .druc-
this the of
spared. reason names Blat for your money back. AND _
<\ aU men liable to selection shall be arranged Good druggists everywhere have
LUng CJermlne. or can get It for you ALL FERTILIZER \
Write for Descriptive Seed Catalog MATERII f5
; .. in five classes in the inverse from their wholesalers, .

order of their importance to the We Sell and SeB, l u your name on a postal! card and we will keep you posted OK

economic' interests of the Nation, prices.. Scad (for free literature oa Heme Mizi-f, also! all

,. ,.. 2.vA; .. MARTIN' ( SEED co. which include industry the and maintenance agriculture of.and necessary LUNG SPRAYING MATERIALS '".

... ,o... _ .' ,Coraer Newnan and Bay,.Jacksonville, P2I *.-' the support of dependents. CENTRALe. DRUG STORE The Nitrate Agencies Company \
"' Seed House in tbe
I Oldest. Established' and Largest .State.- "The group of registrants within ;>'J
JACKSONVILLE '
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1 I'- t F&1eding$ pf the School "II.teacher. : Bp..le Itch No.Lawson II saij9'. amount wa placed to the credit of :. ,' ,. . :L__. .-

\ : "J hlr., J. I. StolYop., .alatit...;;,: 3000 J the General ''School .f tfiasy rand 4ofend' _ _

J TT T"&ao----.. S S S S Tulley era. Itch.tluy No.>" Tran.18 -;.:_.pupt1ic_,.... 18.110 school --depository Fund in the. Way to Stop I r:I.lnt". C"lli"t. bet bi or the coin-3,4

Pw, Fla. Nov. & No.5 _. ___. _.___ { this D. and that
,1917. I.tea..h.r. Hch. No.7 11000 ----- __ 30.0o 0r4.r ,
._#aid 1 met 11 regular MI.: M'ra Bud"",..., $alary;: -ta ii: Boar o<' 5.I'ubllo s. n. "nVru'cTEn'-- A communication was received L______ Wasl<$.of food"KCSS, lj ljnI to for the ?t.I: ence) montha each prior
I said
:,-slon. __- -being present W. C. "..1.:.. nHr"h.Nnl'" : oUca.--, -s.lary----".t."h.._--- 411.00. Uk.hob; County tran.ter from J. R. Pettit, asking purchase a..t. r o', ,Jt I .., VILSy

Baae Chairman, W. R. MI.'k;: : II _____ ",01) 8. 8. 0. .Fund. -_____________3 .81 i the old Bassville school house. The )'011 know that .t. destroy' and I Or.red and donC a .. :
Lanier and N. n. N.. "lorld.
J. Betty Pheiijo--; 15 JI'.r.. j spoIl over two hundred hUt da7 Ii1- "Pt. : !
4' .11.. Baisdenj also, C.; E. Yowell ',, t.n..h",'. 1'1..1'1.' No o- .Iary 4501)) O..ola H"rdw-ar. Co.' .upplle.. Superintendent wai instructed to in Worth of tood.tuft' million,. dollars' I un, ; ; : : :
Super ----- IIIchQol every "art' Tbl.
No. .
: Jntendent .. 1, Mlm Kdna ! p
I Llt.achop, 8ch. 5. n. 1u. e ..... I'I'II. I ously u.in r.ihabhs "- .
TM minutes ''Vf I "lary) -i.i;;aij;!: : 41,00 O..la Hardwar... Cp.. .uppll/!'. $25.00. ding" Our kernel. method' ot rid. .
ot .the last meeting N.."H1"- 1 'r 1'.hoC)1: ; No. II .... --...._..___ ,7.411 I of th". stores and'l' Nrrgi or'
"'ere read,and appr&ved. Mia\ H....le lUwVoifafv 63.00ecler. > "' 311'">" rvjads' School No". The Chairman and County Superin-I there I. tlO wasteful easier nor pests more effective .1ruI4IivrLI.

State "- Kclu No. II' .. 6000) ; tendent were appointed to look Into 1..tho.l. .terminating 5't ,.
'i' i : rat. "
Bank The j 'i than '
of KUsimmee, county. Ml. !\LarI'h ,.hrr; ialafy;: ( ir.e.1W; ; 'g ; $I.a""s' ..'.'. a .
pall jrUntlrto
:school depository .. te0cher. ,'n. N... 14 :_ _. 45tsqtciit .00 by the Board conditions of the colored school build that been Used product _.
reported as follows :' .. : : : j ii u !? auecwMfullir by the : : '.
L : UUIIA"d. "I" ; :.
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'MH. ings ' v nt .
at Ashton rnm In its !
f '
and : i different cam.
.. : Deer
:! Park ; ,
ernl No '
T a..oul ,. .
1'0 t fnntl.r m" - -- - _. 1t500 WHEREAS The Board of Public peignu BKHlti.t the rat. A wnall boxeoatjnq' ''I. i ; _*
iJotnoe! un hand a. pop matS Hli.r"v"V"'' "Ittar.te," r Mr. Wallace Phillips of only thirty-fly Cents. -
Instruction Kenan'-J I'".. .,.. ,., ..sl! __ -
--- -- of..Osceola County .J'lorIdl -
-' U414U
u al1lI.t r..lnd. from- Ml\ *.. Kat lfiiir, ;..r"l : : ; 16M I ---Ltjtl--? l Is Aarobylven. ,t&.fl jvon
I Cn > tl1m A .. .
o 'lh" I j. ,
denirri
S "a nk. Intere.t _. _,, I..a.'h..r, 14c1i. N.. .. /, I r .. .un. ... 1W.\1'I'4tT.-.lId; ; ; ; wdlerbUga. ic may fnncrrn \n" on iu. urn
16
:'. amount 110. !\\I l[ ___---". A, T), 191*. wn will Gapoa -
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received lay
fiom'Tltti
. ) ijfflrrrirer 5 r OI tJie I ,.: .rPIY'
:T Wty-\lf. T. It. Murphy.
and will be in charge< : City Hall. at 9:00 a.. m.,. p John 11. Bass, resigned.A \ .. Judge of ..udl.our -ou. .

i m WH, '\ Paving Co., the Lough.ifmK !man i j.-jjpurpo8o of paymi communication was *'received to $17; lighter pigs $l6 to $16.50; charge .'ICiccutor. of the i estate-- of.larl"r..c .
K. Kechen4.rferd.4..aaed.
paving .
\ work of
,the ..." " ; outstanding, warrants of said, from the. Trustee of Special Tax best rough hogs $l6.S' to $J6.85; i "t the same lima wo will pr.- ,
., road. Ue ,t.at- '-,t'ry : I School Board and for the ofpaying hJarcoossee irnt our Anal account. Kx..cutor. of- ,
The 11
: I I..... ., ".'1 II. o Id .. ,. So.jlO purpose School District No.2. half-fat roughs, $18.50 to $14.50. laid estate and auk t -

THE GRAND JU ItY.:_:__I 5'a TI1.1UI .!, immn Nili. .No.Tyson 10 saul. !..) li' Hi'lier ,-. BO.ftfl : leffitlmato expense? incurredin asking that, the salary of the teacher trade weakened later on discouraging l>atert, November lih. tb..I."ApprOyar U1.
r
.AHA M.
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:z..3 ; SESSION-A ..NL'ria.treceived" MlHS Ullllttll. 111 I'. .Kalal.l; ; t.'UMlil:i, operating the nchools of said ,tie increased $5.00) per month the reports, from other markets and sales j ,f'. If. It."SQN.. .-1
i Hch No> 111! ._ __ .__ ___ : fifl.flfl '
: ,. .. '" __.' __a .$ (n.77 Mix.* Rtnp "',,\\.1..).. Ilfthr'u -tiacliir u- county and same .to lie .paid! out of the District were fully lOc lower than, the opening.Shee1 w. cRAwronn. J'cator.. --

.- :'JnlO'Il1t 'ronir $cI.' Ntt. Ifl ___.i.n.. _. 'BO.ftO./ WHEREAS t'ndor.tJlo provisions! of As signed by' Market Good to Attorney for itxecutors, l-ra-dn '
funds. the steady.
.a uMroll..r __________un 4.S7,, ).IIss! I"I'l'| lioullitlv, nulnryliadicr. request was :
- . -8RS '7 ". '$cli "No. I in .___ -.' P. _. 8n.(1), t Chapter] 6823 of the Laws of Florida] two of the Trustees, the Board granted choice: '...lambs, 10.25 to $16.75;, medium A.UI1.STIA'OJ' ..' -
O"'I(1 ,
11> paid viarrnnt. SIN. ...pilI..tJ 14<\lilllMy : >tIe|. Inutile. KCh 1'/.11"1.No. 16 _.wnlnryIcHClur ._n. 40.00Mi. I this Board. I in aulhoiized to borrow I the inert-use. to good, $15.50 to $13.25; culls, !

.. balance ______ ___________.$ 739.23 IT.... J Sell. 11. HtelTec No" IX, .alaiy_. _. _. .t..a'h-_. _? _ .411.l.nrll..l1o ..\'" I such'' money at a' lute of Interestnot Tho Superintendent attentionto $12 to $13)) fat sheep $11; choppersand I. Cavrfol t0uuIi.1.rld.. ., >l.t..r :'-

r\ To balance,-- on!II.hind H. it. a..1\.2.per'loot ;]I ) HnnUlnv I 2ii-N,' ..Hill.ir.v.oaihiM ,_. lili.llt to exceed eight per cent per 811zl m the fact that a Tcachcis' Institute l bucks, $ to $$.50; canners, $5 to I. r* .:...<. of .Icecap n. Tutmam.flnrrolit -
.
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., report _.___.____ ,. ?_____. _, Z< I19 I'niil( .10hll." Mcli......No.. "alai'> .in.cli- -<->).-, and when\er. said loan 1." not In ex. would be hcUJ l at Kissirnmee on' Fri $6. Fat.ang ra Routs, $7 to $7.71i'j; ( .tT '

To amount .received Trinn Coruplroller'. -_ . _.______.. .( Spalil 1 1"hlv Nlo.llininoiiM. Kalutv I tvacher- iKo cess of eIghty per cent of the amount day November SOlli,, and requested anpora kids, $9 to $10.50; fat hair X lIce 1* luKt. dlven to all whomIt

$ 24123er Hch,:. NO. 2U-N, _.-- -- __--- ..40.00 as ',estimated by them toO'be i"fquiicii 1 that (he. Board grant all teachers attending goats l. $6 to '$. 11111 that I .hall on the tlih day to the of
1\1. \ .lolinson salary trachor '
1)) warrant I nnF .,. ll..t--$ 1500.Jly '1 :Sch.' Ni a. 20-N ...__.__.-,..i,.. __ jOOIl.'v ). for the maintenance of tie! common this Institute! pay for that $9; culls, both angora and hair, $5 to I Hnnorabl"T. Murphy, 'udge l or said

balance .."hh".."__. .._..* 220,tiH. Sch.H.) .InhiiHiin.No 2'r.' .ulnry, ,.. .tlta lr' ., 43.00 schools of the county for the next en. day The Board 'unanimously agreed $7.50. flnol rt.dlnchnnr a. Judge a. of Administratrix Piabnte, for my of .--

!'. D.'n. It.' llntllo. Klnw 1 I .nlniy l-.<-nliel.--'---Sell.- suing scholastic year; now, therefore to grant the request. NATIONAL MVE STOCK COM ; the estats of Ocorite. I*. Tatman, dec's.el. '
ro Ixtlaiicn; on hand a* per ta.t N... 2rt\V! .. _.. ._.. ._._____ 40',00. I .: and that at the same tm. X
report' __ _____...._.. f2.U7.( -- BE IT RESOLVED the | .
,Miss'. Kdtin 1 f'nlkliiH, nal.ir.v" : ti-ncli-. by Board ; There being no further business, MISSION CO. Will present to said Court my
,..n amount recelvt-d. from the i i No. __ _.__.__. tiO.i'O' counts na Admnll.tr.trlK of said cs>
10"". !H VQnptroler ?__.. ........._.__ .VI, It. .\ Itiicliiiiil salary toachci. ., the Boaid adjouincd until! tho next I t.ll. and ask for th.lr approval.,

: Met,>. Ni.. 25 .._______ .__._ .___ 40.00) County, Florida, Thr.t the chairman' regular .meeting Monday, December S En/'rvp./ !! Calling Cords! and Wed- Dated October Sth. A. .
'n.1I17.7
'I (' 011,1.11 I "I" te,,. hoo', ALtA T. MORRISON-, ..
ia "14. ry dingInvitations and Em. .
Engraved
lly paid unrrnnt* .us per Hatlot.fid Sell. Ni,. 28 -___h. __ ,.-_:_- 40.00 of this ZfcarJ be and.he is hereby authorized -,:3, 1917. 41.. mos Administratrix. '

I 1. balance ___..._ ______ 1\11... Kannlo, Addl.on, salary to borrow 'from the Citizens W C. BASS bossed Stationery can be secured at
Chairman.
.. fly ,--- $2.515 77 teacher Sti.. Nf). 27 ___ __...__ 45.00MI.H ,. the {Jnr.ctte office. Let us show you UTItH: )- ,
.. .
$. III. It. :> 4. .
TVMOII. U-acli- of Kissimnice Fla.; under the ) ,1I1Un'o" -
\ Maulo .alary
Kank
ATTEST ,
: and rlcc. tf t
.
To balance on hand a. per In.t I __ __ __ ___ __ our sauples > '
1iOV> ,. 3494e of
Sch.) N. : 31 Court/of the roaaty Jadire
... report. _._._ _. __. S .:.::r_ o er. prtuLs.1iiua5o.L..Cii, , :& fS2L. of,the ' ...... ..1 .
.4S .:; ..;;;;;:;:"' "' .II.Mt.. ...... .-O:.....,+f t m 4 ;t J1 !\ {i : ; : lP'J'jP.!\, .!''i'.4.' .l ...._- ''. >- !"-' u _F..t -
awT"of"jflorTdT;; of"threV 'ONE' VnUt Or :
cOwItI4lIer ..----y-w': : ......-.____. ......!I .1 )ll9ii I.tlllnu, 11t.lck"I..ry..t..e'. ''- ] the sum da re I.>tat. of n..I.. r..t.-.
. Sc)'. No. 35 .-. 45.00 thousand dollars for 'a period of eight .TfilCK GLOSSY HAIR ea'ela c..t -
lly balance ._.---" '._. _n_._$ 4.8* .t.. --- -- ;:;-Hcli.--- i TO CONSTIPATED nu..n -
h Jordan salary teacher To all C r5rertltor. Uegatees. DI.tlbute.. '
!II. I) No. II.To 35.00 months with interest at the rate of I -
No. 4rt FREE PBOM'DANDRUTGirls
!
halnnce tin hand n. per mat ?- .. .and all Persona having Claim or
report ______________>_ ___$ J01.51 .\. I';. Thomas, colleclor wutur 12.20 eight per cent, per annum for the Demand against aald I .tat.'
No. I Delicious
f> amount received from the I rent School -- I "Fruit Laxative" can't harnr and each are hereby

r. Comptroller J-.r:" __ _,____ --- 1.04ly .\ HopkliiK School" No& 31 Kempfcr_. .upplled. 1.20 i uses and purposes as herein set forth, !, I Try It! Hair gets soft, fluffy and tender little Stomach. Liver; tJOy'u. and .r..o.o present ::
'-- and that he be further authorized to and Bowels. and demands which you,
t beautiful-Get small. bottle
a
XV H Maklnaon .o" .uppllva
] balance ____ ___ ______ __1 IULE7V4. either of have agaInst
2.25 mal
t. II. %o, II.'ro.hal..n..e Hchoool No. 1 --,-- -, execute in the name and in behalf of of Danderine. estateo 1ou. l '
Set
I) 10: Xloigun. contract etc. Ea.twoo' d..cea..d.IAt.

report _.on_u baud__. __u an_.,per,____matS __.I 12.86 No., Itt ..j----.,. -curtain..---------Hcli.No --. 851.35Siitlesii this Board a promissory note In. favor Look at the tongue mothort ) undersIgned.. of Administrator, of .aid *.. I
I lik Co ,
:Dy' paid "wUrraI\t.. .. per ll.t__ 3.Hi( t _.j.- 1J. 3KI.MltnniHe of'said Citizens! Dank of Kissimmee Tf yon care for heavy hair that glistens coated, your little one's stomach, live tate, within two. roars' from. .'the date ,

Ti-lephono' (-, ...ft'leu'pl"Hlo with! beauty and Is radiant with and bowels need at hereof. .
lly b.lanrei $ 1041 for the said sum of three thousand cleansing one-
- -- i _,_ _. 1.00 Dated October A. n. 111?.
'VVnrrantswere. examined; and can- > life| has an Incomparalilo softness and When listless. doe ht .
,... 8. \\'. l'outer. In.urnituct tleh.Jo dollars; and be it further peevish, cross,, i A B. DROUGHT '
ellMl In open .ennlon' a* rollo : N i 1C ... ... 43.20 U fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine. sleep, eat or act naturally, or I I" feveiUli 4S-9t Admlnl.trato., .
Urrn.ro School Fund 1 : $2.J!$.#1. )No*, : --- -- RESOLVED That the form of said
t 03. 529 .521. 524. S2S. 520, &17. ti2Q\ 62Ml. I K -Kron.on. drayawe, Kt\\\ Just ono application doubles the sour, breath bad ; l.u8 : .
6S2 58*. II at. 5311. 5S7. 53K RSft: R4il.K4t. No. 1 _, 5.V7.50 I promissory note shall be as follows: beauty of your hair betides It immediately .tomah cold 11throat. NOTICE Of BXKCUTOR '
\\enner-Hnw yr Co.. free Imook 542 Ml. 544. 54K 1144.< 547 A4D, t>50. fuJ..f
,' 1151. 552. .5>. 554 555 5f\A. 557 5511 fl51 Fcnulo Chemical,. _Co, .upplle., 3d.28OHccola 3000.00 Kissimmee, Fla., dissolves every particle ofdandruff. teaspoonful .of "CnUlurni.a Syrup > !. Court of CoBoty Jad.e.C .. O.ee.Ia '

1\6 KfiH\ <,, (61., 56*. K1J. 5(14., fif5.! 11119. 36?. 5RK. I' School 11,1w.N 1 1 Co., Muppllv--Sell-,-.. . Nov. 5. 1917. You can not have nlc heavy! Figs," and in a liourt all thl Iou aesly, Plat. nf Florida ,
l. 11711676.577.; 57N, $19. 6SO, 581, 6K8.
34. 584. 887. unn, 1 No. 1 and 4 ..-,- 8UI0 Eight months after date we promise healthy hair if you have dandruff. This cnstjte"aAte. undigested fool, am IB r E.ta..t JohaT W. .T...... '
3, H..II.5'J>. Nti t Fund': tl4. .. _No*. State hank of KlH.lmmee note I destructive scurf robs the hair of its moves out of it* It
k 114. 214 IU..U1..ItH. 219 U', --* and I Intere.t 679.60 to pay to the order of Citizens Bank lustre. Us and It. life bowels without griping and Notice I. hereby Driven.to allwhom .
K H U No. Z Fund : lit!' .Noll. StanItnnk of KL.ImmeiS on strength very ) It may that on the llth day .f
; cqnc..rn.
of Florida well child
three thousand
-$l., 222 ,,' lilumblnx contract -_--,- 700.00 Kissimmee and if not overcome it produces' fever- pltjful again. Ask you. December, A. D 1817, T shall apply to
,
14 .". t1-n. N" Fund.1 ,101.\,1 Noa.tr Patera &. CarNal tlrocery Ce .. dollars at the Cititzens Bank of Kissimmee iitliness and itching of the scalp the druggist for a bottle of "California the Honorable T. M. Murphy, Judge pf ., '
I / ( J ., 227. 27* BupplliSchool' No. 1 13.25D Syrup of Figs," which contain full sail Court .. Judge of Probate, for my .
% J.2 16F : : U. \> nitnvr, Insurance. Hch, Kissimmee for value hair roots famloli loosen and die! then .
\H. I No. 12 AA. No. 107.I. Florida, for babies children of all final discharge a. Executor of the .> ''J -
& 41. were approved and warrant. I.. No. 1-27 .- -. 28.02 received with interest after Lhe hair falls out fast. Surely get a dlretoD agct tate W. deceasedl '
C I':. Yowell, ippalra. on typewriter maturityat
.
u* follow.rnwill 10.59Firs. small. bottle of Knowlton's Danderine I rowJ'uP'Drop and t-tll at the same r'n't will pr.-
.iirat lI..h..1 Pu.I. the rate of 8 per cent. per annum Sent my final accounts a. tor of
. little Huff salary teuclu-r faun drug store antI It.
.alary Hupt. .$.45.00 any just try .,
H.f. _:::_ : Hcli.' Nf 1 ., 65.00 I until sidstate.. an. flak for their approval.Dated I
Fin. M. \ \. .n. 4 on' ) -.- paid together-with an attorney'sfee A. n. 1 17.KDOAIt . -
I. Jf-rlM. fl-4' I. ____.___ 540 Alex 1I11)'n., turpentlm* chip., .
. i, 'NKHTM. i n. p. i. _____. u.(oolly Hch. No. I _-_-- -*..BOJ. of ten per cent. of the principal ST. LOUIS LIVE STOCK, MARKET : 28-6mo D. HOCJAN.B,. cntor.NOTICK .'
,' H Outlaw. wood l>Hchool "N"o I 24.no .
for Hoard 12 60 hereof in should .'
: ll1btr sum case payment :
I flit, achool NoLman. t'V. OoodaH. repair., School SfECIAL REPORT Us .
a
card .
1h; \ K--- -___- --- 5.00. N... 1 t.--------------------- 14.00State I II not be made at maturity' this note .- "AI) TnATOn .
;; ,,,, ot KlHKlmrnex, -
.tl :Steed. 'T.lL".1----! _", 33.A0'/ I I 1 lilacUhcmtd nnd t.II'ht .._ -, 4518 be given after: maturity to. an attorney 'National I. Court cC Co..t Judge, SC.te '..3Itlertda.

'" z.vutr.- .nt, school No 2n A.00 I 1... U. T.ntilvr, cleaning lot Hcli.No. 1 for collection: All makers Stock Yards, Illinois FOR PRICES ON .
endorsers
,
h. II __ .. 9.00
... lorin I i 'j'' >*" - November 13 1917. )
: easel appeal-*:. 'so.oo' A... J. McHotioUKh, plan and and,other parties liable herein ,
1-- e IIchool' apeeltlcatlonH, _'._ _ 12000 Today's receipts Cattle, 6,000; I. r Kalato. of noloa OrahBBk OoeoolatCoBB ., .
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t 4W.ourt a 17----------- 27.(10( Ah..lllnw."alle. )' rinnette aup- severally waive presentment, protest Sweeping CompoundThe y. ..
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t t 'Tom .Dr' .ltor. school 'I plIes, .legal ad, etc. IS.1)5CltlBpn and notice of dishonor, and the. endorsers hogs 12,500; sheep, 2000.
Hank InhereNt on note 160.00 to all whom
Cattle: The cattle market has Notice I. herehy
i i) l>. :\... I Fuail.Ml Ilv..n. -
;. "Defendanti: 8l. t. severally waive release frpm It may that 20th day of
... ErTli linen, salary teacher.hch. shown a much more favorable' turn c.ne..rn. 'I .).aU to .
1M7 .
OfJlfW.V llllancc l -:; officer; 25.00 I N..i! 2 ....__._.* 10.00 liability in the event that the holder Gore Co. the December Honorable, A. D M. .Murphy, apply of -
Jr '!It I... .l ....'T'lu'rWo! office work 16.0111 Ira, Khoda. I.UCIIH. .alary teach hereof should grant an extension of this week, with a general advance on : DsInfectant aald Court .. Judg- of ..d., 4
c. Rr' M. 'vns. .alary teacher Sch i er, $ch. No. 8 --,-. .- 10.00 all killing cattle compared with the I, my flnal .. Admlnlatratrlx '
dl.ehar.
----s------------------ Minn Hodicea, salaryteacher "
No. 25000 llyra time of .
: payment or postponement or Graham -
". -" MI.a Almenla. T.eltner. .al..ry.. I Hcl C )". No II -,_,- 10.00 low time last week. At this writing FL. '.t of the and that at the same time deo.ee .
f't ts4hir, ".h. :.It, _."-.--_--_. 100.00 Ml. Hetty Pherhto ..alaryteaclcr. right to enforce this note. ; to ..id Court Anal account
I mr -
show advance of 25c
killing steers present
an
.... 10 1000
% t. n. n"/I".r.' . .ry. t..a"h..r. Sch. No. of said estate, and ,
,,{ Sch. No. I ....- ...._____..___ 125J10 I N. Ii. !llullnrd aalary teacher, BOARD 'OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION cwt. while the rank and file of aa Admlnlatratrlx approval. '
t;, I '3Iaa )':nnR. .)...luani.' aa1ary Sch.-Noi, Ifl .,-...___.._-,....j2500, per a.k for their '
teacher. Kcb. a4.", I ....._ ........ 80.DeI Mr. I.nura, IAM-, kalary tcuclinr.Hch ., .- of Osceola. County Florida. butcher cattle averages 25 to 60c 'IIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIILIIII'I. Dated Jun.JACklKJ 1th A.i fid"YjUJ M. -
.. ,". \ 1 N... 16 .. ..... 10.00Mli. '
]IfI. NIlsahe4Il' 1hbl. aKIIrV. ..rN.,-*** .J ; BASS '
3 t..r.h..r. "..h. N.k .._"_"",__,,, O.Oel .. I<.11i (,qai.llimer.. milari'. .r. I. ? By W, C. Chairman. higher.While the competition"of:killersj : St-tmos Admlnl.tatt.
Jeaale I... nlal'' \'.alar ... .. .. .. ,.Hch.tNou.16 4iti wi4i 10.00 Legal
Itlea Oil. i l o< "
I .4'4itcht.r. S..h.- No.)1 ."A"1 51h9a\ .. Zlertle4lJFletcher anl"r' I.Ich kaid, t t fO r:? !t 1st!b'e bYIiI'. pj .for,the )low. price, killers ,.has ',resulted --i , t OHDER OFla rVR"'CATO, .: "
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I 2s1late. I'1klJlon. .I..r) teach. 'It" "> tt-achenS. Schy No.H 6" ,10.(1) proved.ffl: ";I'f\; : :' in some 'strength on the heavy I. "
:' ',,. s't. No. 70.00( Miss Katherine! Khadoan aalary r Advertisements I
-- '------------- : : fteTeath Jadlelal Clr.cult
..,, ] I F. C, l ill salary te chBch -' j teacher "ch.No.. 16 ...- 1000 Bids for furnishing material and feeders the general market on'Itock.- : Circuit of c..r. .. .. aad.for Oeeolaloaaly.
No. I _-___ ., TO.00 Mlm Mary Florence aalary -
? - and stuff of that character .. .
.4 \4 Lobe, Lawler ."Iar)' 1 teacher, Sc),. No, 18 _- -- 10.00 constructing\ the school house at ers light S I I I I I I I i I I S S I I I I I 11-1-3 Ckaac'ry.llarlow ,

'b..,. Sch No. I -_ __ 70.00 11111.I1'IIIa, Tyson .alary- teacher Kenansville were opened. On examination has shown no improvement. The market --
,t ::1 .. '-: ". Kent .alary tc*chsnlar Hch. No. 16 __- -? 1000 OTI(' OF "r'IAI MASTKIfS laud A Cattle CaMaaay, a '._
.4 ; :.1 - --- 7000 hiss .Lillian ld.. salary teacher it was found that Trask prospects are favorable for the : 8ALH poratloa. .*. Jaek.oavllle. Taaaaa .
'R9'nfrl.p, : -. Hch) No. 11\\ .. ..__ ..._ 1000 ''a Her WeNt n.u. foataaar. a .-
4 'I '. "Sch., No 1 .u. __ ,_. 7000 Ml. Star 1'alsley salary teacher. and Nash, of Okeechobee City, was balance of the week and we look for Under and bv virtue of an order 4.orporalloa, a'. Bill te Ualet ;

I t.r. 7 f I-. "..h. No, I ?__,___ .. 70./00 1111... Klciln Koollttle .salary Judire of .hn) Circuit Court of O.ceolaCounty Th"ltmplalnant above named Bav- l
4 I.. R'lwardn. ..alary'cher teacher Sch. No. 1A _. 1000 this bid was $8,700.00, which was accompanied on, as it appears the- lg Fall crop of In Chancery In a certain case. flied In this curt its worn hill .1
Rch No. 1 __.___.._ 70).00) MHH| ottle I)nollll.. salary been marketed. I wherein American) Agricultural Chemical In. It nvnr .t In Its belief '
has
check for cattle'
f I J. V Trammel. ) .alary tcach.-r, Nd ,. No. 16 500 bya certified Co. corporation wa complainant co"plafnt *. person., firm and "

,,,. lecher, .jch.: No. I ___._ ____ 10.00Cre..lI" JUIITP.V". . Haire, attendance_ officer $300.00, according to the terms adver- Hogs: The market opened active and R. U. Le"l..y. .was defendant corporation claiming to hold or have '
49.
ii s Over.tri-o' aalary'arhe etc Ma.trr has .
In and
- of.
4._ '' >r. Hrh No 1 rr.Ixtulde ,._ ____-- 70./00 11 ('. lltrtley. .upplle, School tised. On motion of J. H. Basiden and 15 to 25c higher, with a top of I the taken uld..r.IlCn..d.charge pad. will offer for sate, some to the right Ut. or Int..rfd. described, ,
V ... _ / '
._ .._ \ 10Theodore.
1
Thomnfion,
No 16
.. _.alarv seconded by W. R. Lanier the chair $17.80. the highest it Has\ been for to the hlxhe.t bld.l.r. before the Cour whose names place residence and
..h..r. Hch No I _. 70./ 0 Sinltli I hilxir. SchoolNo ). I . () .
HOUBC door In and pout office addressee are
abode ,
/aa.. Marv O 'lr-.in. .nilarvteacher. N __ n-. _-'.- 800Mnilne' man of the Board was authorized to some weeks: Pigs and light hogs ; county Horlda. on KI..lmme.Monday the 3rd to complainant unknown. and havlnarprayed "
Hch 70.00 hooks Sch. I
Pharmacy ,
,.*. I I.lllmn l lialn I o.\\...-\ teadi---- -- No H .. .,--- 472 sign contract with the said com show most of the advance, with the tiny oi Iec..mhcr.. 1KI7 following, during described the lesralhour relief. against firms. and such corporation unknownparties .' r ..'
Hch. No. I 70./noV \\. M l J\nn., wood School N<>. 2 2.noiH person '
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1IIr.;; Ruth Clark lftrT teah. < ','ola lldw. Co.. .upplh-K. Hch. )any. following ,quotations : Choice hogs property,. .Huatl.', lylnic and being and demanded the entry of an orderof - 1t

.' er. Hch No.1 __ ___:.. _____ '11.00 ... .'III> (1"011 county, FloridA. to-wit: SK publication le.ln. pursuant to theStatute ".
u - -- - The Board received from W. IRO pounds $17.40 to $17.80 ''l
25.00 and
; theK.
til*. Mudorn llus.cll. salary W. 'i'l.II J MaklliHon I , CV> .llppllKHchs. up 4 ", U of SK. U. : '
teacher, Sch. No. 1 .-..------ 70.00 NHH. H. 16. 2S *>"_ 831"H. W. Clark in payment for the old mixed hogs, ICO pounds'up! $17 to . of NI3. (.except the right of It I* thereupon ordered that alt par-1 ;
and
1 HI.. l.\Vllher.pnon, .alary l. ... It. \<>. :"J Kunil. I way conveyed liy Chit* II Gross tics peraons. Arm and corporationsrlnlmlnq -
( teacher rh. No. I ...-_._.___ 70,00 hIss. l dna Hchwelkart, nalnrvteacher school building at Campbell. The said 17.40; 120 to 150 pound pigs $10.50 wife all J. M K."m..r to South HorIrtu : to have or hold any rvht.| ."

l Fuel Klon 'lulco,' .alary teach Ne),. No. 12"J-f 10.00I. ,.. . _. Railroad. .o. In 1..ed Book title or Interest by through or under
,.. er. Sch No. 1 ._ .,.___ ____ ._ eo.oo/ I.. Jor \llps.. };'RInR Yowell ...alarytenWifr. No 40 _._,__ -_._ 500) ".OOOOoOoO .;' (ooHo.OOO + I.lay. of ))4t'ction, *1. W. H of W. H, Beo. Hallway Company a corporation created r.
Kch No. 4 _._u. ,__ 80./00tj C. Ir Uucklcv, ....I>Rlr., "HchoolNo ' 32: 25 H, or it. 29 B.W . and exl.tlnir .under the laws of, II
1If\\.. Nellie )McQuarrle salary 12 __.--,. 1 .27OMccola ."Jn.PN\ tA 8\V. 4 of 8W. Vt : the Ptnt of Florida: the p..n..y..anl' "pr 1- .
teacher pch No. 1 __.._._..,,_ 00 Hdw C(,., .upplleZX: Sch.No i nnd undivided I \ In the Company for In.urance on Live ,t
t...,. F.rYle ""**. &' 12 .,_.- 1.SOMlHH I D.C.WagiierlnsuranceAgency N\\r *A f>f 8W. n.rhoafltRt"r"I; M ofNW Orantlnir, Annultle.. a. a corporation :
'4<'h. No.. 2 .. _,"n.r-e"! .I1". "',s oo IMiui" Schwclkart'! ..alaryteachtr. : U. except ono-hnJ acre heretoforeu.ed T'U.t..i aw" of' '
.
f 01 '.' f' ... Nl."'on....i'. .salary rh.) No. 12 -.- 1000- fur the the dead, an the Slate "xllllnl"cnn.ylva..I.Richard K.Rheldon.
teacher Sch. No S ..,_-_- 50./00() M. ... It. ,... :i Fund. undivided. one-halt 'Intere.t. In the \' In Trustees:; ".1
ou r. Ixittlo' 'IliilT .Halmtiadier.. J. K: WllllnmH salary teacher. :?: 2nd Floor Citizens Bank Bid Phone No. 30. i 'A of NBi. ; undivided one-half In- Leslie N. < .Fd."rda.. Alice Wllkle,
?""h. No, 4 ._ X-..- -_ 55.00 Hch No -------------------S 1000 ; ? tereiit In the, "l1. l ot Sec. 6, all Tp. his. wife Wlkl.. nre..i and OctavlaDrea.er. .
.' \VIUInm.$ ..alarlonelier., It K Finnklln. aalary. teucher. 26 H. of It 20 K. hi* wife, Fain Investment t'
J1 .- *- 45./00/ 1 Purchaser to for the need. Robert J. J d- P .
pay corporation
t': .I-rrelchlon. salary Set No. 18 -_ _.nn 2600 i The Leading General Insurance Agency Osceola Co. LEWIS 0-miYAN, Company wards anti a Francis Ij;, Chapln, a* ,' "

, __ ,__ .. 40.Ct Special! Ma.ter. solo ...r"lvln. executoo of the .'/
;: WE REPRESENT THE AETNA, HOME OF NEW YORK HART Last. Te.lament Of JacobHdwardtt.
i.i'I: ....toH-9'Unuu :" liii.!, TO UllHT d,.*ea"e.l; Robert J 914wards -, -.r '
=)t FORD, AND MANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE i TITI |hannah .d.Ard. and Orace t :

\ 'Sro .5* -worthy RE-ESTABLISHMENT .1-' :!. COMPANIES; ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO., la ('Ir.ul ('..nrt. Keveatlt. .Jndlcl.l fir. ICdward., . girnntee.either a* IfK.tee.heir" at, law widow.dnvliKfs. , '

I (I' State' AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE, .f.Klorld In .(.In kBnrrry.nail fur
; ; tl cu: ". "ney bY'\PA_ SPECIAL I ; LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH AUTOMOBILE, TORNADO. i I.unit A...CaIIil> ('emn.ay, a 4:ftrporBlloa A.- tril.t cantons. .or firm othcrwl.e and corporations and all tarle. .
jBrk.nBTllle.l.mpw'
3. en. :E > an of any talnd or ch.ra"1",
.1Mn .I ,. i-J. BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive Key Meat Hallway Compunr. ai'oritersttui nl InL..r..t 1
'b ul' .' 1"w ... i : tile ii'nsyh1aIIis t> of. to the l/n.I. and tenements .
( + 4 described. In *ai| of cum.
bil
'MORE'thh1UAd4.! Northbound ; Insurance l ( .m.a, for la.ur.nc UB LiveN plaint f -wlfKa.t
; : .
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ii- ( u { :: .ad ;r" -- :: lllrbBrd K. Mri.lni LeslIe .
'Wou r? : hour. northwest fiuarlcr of section tw .nt yfoui
City' Treasurer J. Z. Robersort is NORTHBOUND ; $ ALSO BONDSAND LIABILITY. N.Mlkle and May Alicellkle sad <>... Inllreimerv ((24 > ; ail of section thirty-six (36), .. a
k events > fclK Mlfrl J. 1.
i-a .tru $".mong the recent recruits to the "sol- \ No. 92. DAILY I( :* IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PRO T E'C T I ION 1 his !, J..r; JaventmeBt Itobrrl J.1'l.hisrlia township rang.' thirty-twn thirty-three(S2) ca.t.<83> *outb, I- t .

.. .. ttl't niittlon .: ,, lIen of the soil" and has bad 16,000 of irs' TnN 7: 30 P.M. 4: :$:: AGAINST LOSS IS 'A WISE PRECAUTION. i 4 ompisal.I'ar4torslIflhI nrtltlair..nd Francis... I..|('kaplnMole of the as quarfr Snuthwe.t, and northwest iaartr of ouarter northwest. of .' H 'I IlIoUlhV.t

5 Th' \ cabbage plants set'out on a tract : 5:54 P.M. : %*+tt4tt OO.0006 O .. .' l.ant lll anil Te...tmrnt.tOr., JaenhKilwaml. nuo.rter of section thirty- 1
Mr.Bgfcerson .. four (94), township thirtyfive435) Il'
of the city limits.! ( : dereanedl Holier : IIil-
west .,
,. Tfl land just 4:05 P.M. hannah Kdm.nlK sail Glue.Si. south, ritilge thlrtv.four (34)) en.U :
:
the rows wide the office ..r.i. All of --tlon. (J4> and
has spaced, mid
: : 22 P.M. frdmanlM, rblldrea ..I. ), township thlrty..n'"sn .
sign : thlrty-.ix (II .
and one-half Oglethorpe\ heirs iii law of the MBI| I'.il- .
two .llcol
.Affart: using, about .outh. ranthirtytour (>4) ot
'f /.c; m j ..>a\c7 for these plants. It Is his lnrtention I ceived an afc 2:5ZP.M.: "..r.i.. dpce5sed. Hill ( .ast. .1"lt., 'lyllll and beh'l Inthe' I)
.B .ll. Florida,
dnd e :- to plant"potatoes between theroVi the 51st Reg1.1:38: P.M. S Stout Lumber Co. It appearing from the. return. of th. do be and appear to complainant'* Mil, '

.'-. Ljam will *UV9'JJ. ; : sheriff upon the subpoena lamed In the herein filed, at the office of the Cleric .
he put home on a
in the springId; fact, above l for the defendant, of .Id Court at | ,Ion
styled 'lorll-
I KI..lrme.
,
{ ". 4S P.M. i SUCCESSORS TO MAV-8TOUT LUMBER .u.e'
G. H of "spuds." He says he of December, '* Jacksonville. Tampa"Key Vest HallWay the first ;
: G. Ih': out six acres DEALERS Company, under the Itl*. the amo being the 7th dar'it 4
. 51 : ',',,1 lr going, to be a farmer right aDd Will duty at ChIcam' law of the State { Florida, that serv. aid month; and that thl. order bo pub. .. ,
1< itre ; with corn. V" I Tenn- .Ice of process' cannot bo had n.t ll.hed once each week for twelve lit) lc '
tanooga ala '
'Cf follow thepotato crop Yellow Pine and Cypress Lumber. 'Novelty the aM corporation consecutive w..k. prior to the dato ,

prop the business men of the cUT conttnu by mason of the ta1"da"ti last .. I Kla.lmmea Valley
If
\, !mark Lieutenant C.' BM' Works in Coruiectioii.S the said corporation to .. Uasette. a newspaper published and. .
to fall Into line the foj appoint agents and that such ofncera of general circulation In O.c, "
the ; 1: '. of this section joying furlough' 1Y - and agents. If elected or appointed, .are County. Folda. .H -
the potato acreage ia oaf to"gire estimates all times. ...t or
S ; : Wheele It pleasure you at and have been for a period of alx (8) and the .'
p,0 :.: --which has.Item' estimate at 1,000. ,, at : Camp month n.xt before the l.aulnir of said aald Court at Kla.lmmee, Florida thl*. r -
: 'r&dm: t \ Ut. friend here: w S Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery. absent from tho State, and that the nib day. of September. A. D 1117 '
Writ
r. . ; *,*lt haw to'be :JI\8n4. up *' officer and Knt. are unknown.It OVfRSTREETC.rk .
!L ' Phone 21 '. > KUsimmee, Fla.. I I. thereupon ordered that the ...Idd..t..nd.nt I Circuit Cou'rt O.c.ot Coun"o
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",c1' sru1j'I Tampa Key :

) .' -" . ..... . .... ..6. 04.0000'+ 004'OOO..oo..oOO.' .... ..ack.on..nle.. ). do appear to (Circuit Court Seal) ...1.1 i',

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...... ... .. ; 0 i n i.t. o .... d'gnt'ot;the State Federation, 'was, 'a management" the Benson' closed: wHh

; I distinguished! member the-party v the finances good; shape., The pat- T RE A\\

::(. Notes &. rona e..t the games:played here and WE
: # Society < \ GOAD to
t >, OSCE6LA MADE AT the subscriptions made to the fund by .11. "
; FOOT BALL. THIS SEASON. business men have enabled him to of the great, famous price-makers; we had of the Ar ,

: '; '.J/ary.'V'''; .: .
: itit.t'' The foot ball activities all over the ing teams; But- S 1L

t ,. ,. .. : w Request,,1a 1 made', ;)to-mQ; patroas,of,t6.V.Uer'Gazett.: to send Items State close; next week ,and the win- Coach L.' O. Rogers in speaking of What does this amount" to when* we read the Ad. of ,,,.c s

'\ : Events the ning teams are now figuring who is Inline the team, was t.high in his praise of i I Grocery Store? .
.. f Society :> Editor for
r publication, la these colums. their'efl-orts and said that every man -===;= .. ,--...., .. -""' .. .. ---
for the distinction of being called I '
had contributed 'to the victories they

'" _CIOMI' 'IOt .OI, : IO I 0 h 1,01' M* I 0 I 0 I , 0'1 0 . I oo++t State champion. While the Klssinimee had won. trIo Bronson Kissimmeo's l I Prices of Groceries for This- Week- . ---:---:-.- .. ....,
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..U.OOOOOU.O..Uo.o..U.. ) +*..". Federation of Women's will be eleven is not putting forth any Invincible center, had certainly quail- ---' -
Clubs
I ... : heard.: Receipts > i claim to this coveted honor the work' tied for mention on '"all Florida," i in Granulated Sugar, S Ibs... SOc Ib. 2 for!____________ 35c
for economies
; 0.t LAtfl S' AID OF, PRESBY., war I the 24-lb. Beat Prunes .40s to SOs 18cMarten
Medal
throughout season was exceeding- Flour. ,
4t...... f-.i __ will by tbAfe.>?r IUlt.t.! ,i ." ... ..... 1 1dS his, .estimation', ,. .and. Repero's record Gold I d
1. Ehanged "b ' .. ... ,. $1.70
', '." l3fd}: .Iio 4..cu .: House Coffee, Ib_. 32e
'Wjllf" JI :: . !!
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j o' tsi! ; J.--- t ::i. i- ;. ,
yJuyus 100tps it. 1 I':' ; .
.'tt .0 0 "' 00+ rrw ? .
". i, . .. 00-.0.0.. are cordially urged to .be preseliU XtI.L _.. ..d lwne .Iorlll'l/ 0p < IU' iy.81a. f .''-IUII.,, I ,, 'l't Il ' ;' ..-.reakfa1t Cof-
: 1)11)(1. (II.
8L'JlEfillillllili0.7..A / ) II. "r'nqc
row
over thef : n11!; ( / jc ,: 26Cn.l
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r.A"'idf'ih4 41'aea / ; 'I I"'iee'
The Xadl s' Presbyterian of the e rows,tempdrary- 'qt ....NI' ,\ .Y'ti'41u, 'I. .. '.......'
4 r church held the regular social meet ... 'O..O.. summary: garnet -a--- 1 in the sir i : ,j,.u,...ryS; \'. l1l'1I\1;\ . ':.. 0..
i at. them to have won two and lost three 11 rn's ).I\'pr. t /o\
0 oQo NEW MEAT !MARK\ f'. '
aitractive rf Mrs. J.MiferrWedneeday ... .
home
ing at the dartsi'1 ow" .
; -t. ono a &It.qo.
scored 88 S "
MOTHERS'TEACHERS'CLUB.The ) < During these games they ,
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afternoon, Rising litf..' t. llo y,11, "
'W. sand Self alberkn.r' :.
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[ .:. ." 0 (oroo. points<; and lost.,25 points 'tof other P.. S., Floyd Is installing an Ice-box 8Sc :. r
the hours pleasant' chatting sack _
spent, !< --j-------
b teams The first game with Orlando for meat marketto Good Gf. .
and other fixtures a children save
their 6-lb.
"while of the ladies plied .Self Rising Flour, ?
many r'
... .- knitting needles for our soldiers. Klssimmee\ Mothers'-Teachers' I and the one with the Deaf Mutes of be,run in connection. with his 'gro- sack _?. ,... ..._".______ 45c, pound - _-. .c.L.lHt :_=:"."... F
St. Augustine, Kissimmee. was not business. The new market; will 33c Table Peaches.. eny
cery Oleomargarine _.
harmony with the approachingliolida'y held the first of -- -
: openmeeting .
"it. Club :
\ ; ?l floored on. The highest score made by open for business tomorrow.We Fine Leaf Creamery Syrup, No. 3 can __ ---?. 2Se '
bunches of holly decorated the season at the Hart Memorial Maple
,K I{ season with them was 47 points and. the greatest Butter .. ._..._.., SOc'' Grits and Meal. 6 l-2c.Ib.. ,
... the, ,rooms,. alternating building:, Friday afternoon when a (I -" : -
. score lost, ,above their score' to any regret to learn that Mrs. F. J.Van 4 Ibs. ....' "" 2Sc
i ,;; ;r.. .t "boquats of wild astors and exquisite program of great interest was. ren; team, throughout the season was 7 Puzer-is quite seriously] ill with Rnmford't Baking Powder. '. V/ater Ground;fMC; Ib. __ ,Sc ,,

$::,, -; )onlr-.temmedr: se. in cut glass "vases.'i.dered. i I I. points *. .' the Ib -- -*____.::_Uh.... 2Sc Best Head Rice. Ib-__...-,- lOc :
b 1(0( ;'; . the 1'000Miuea Lucy Rev C. II. Summers had been asked grippe -
In dining The team organized with the early] Cabinet, Baking Powder Goo4 Rice, &Yc'; ; 3 Ibs. __ 25c:
'. ", Wtherspoon< l'. *"-. Ruth' Butler presided.nt a and Ka reviewed the'subject;. begins : Wisconsin Full Cream .
lock with Charlie I 2Sc
ns Captain Rogero'As 3 _
can ,
.daintily appointed table and nerved fling with the earliest history and on afternoon Ch etlle. Ib . .
v : Men's\ meeting next 'Sunday -"--"--
illta t California Cherries No. 3
',, ... "browh. bread''sandwiches) oatmeal ''down the present Captain:, Shipped Eggs, guaranteed! I ,"
to day., ]j at the Methodist Sunday schoolrooms
The line-up: can __...___.. _. 30c
dozen . _,, ___ 45c )
rocks anci'tea. C. II. Summers of ? e
< Mrs guardian men'arid ?--- -?
; j All toys cordially
Left end; Frank\ Bryan Bullhead Catsup, bottleOlivei ._ 10e
Tomatoes ., J4c -
Nor2
Ban
: A silver' offering was the Fulochce: Camp Fire Girls, told ? .
generous Left tackle, Walter Bass. invited.. sIMPOSING .. plain. ; bottle_, .,. .12c:,... '
.
; :" made to the" treasury of the .society.! .what that.order stands! for and of Iliamembers. Left guard.5Carlyle Bronson. .. edJes.R.isiDi.H:0: _. -, = raBest' .
-
_, 'StuK"ed OIlVel: ottfe _. l
2.fM'u:: St. .
1 '" ,
Mrs.; .
Enjoying the afternoon were: ,_elTiciencY the"", r\t".9.\ ye o.RJ.i, I p3ggg: ;. -1n'iirig6'K.' "" .-; W iM .S. . {friit' rt''i'701a .. n.bottle ,
large
1i 14c. French Mustard
cai' No: 3

Pumpkins;
r-z ileinerC'rildevel: If.M"JfrHiM1:. ; ., .>.. .; PAGEANT.. ;; I .
: r'l Mrs. E.. E. Lee, of Orford, N. Y.,'Mrs. \Mrs.; .J.',:Earie Lupfer, president of Right guard, Belton Basra.! Eagle Brand ________..___ 21c ___"._..__._-. ..._- 12c
Right Bert Wells. .
tackle
>' "W T.: Vail Mrs.! R, .M. Mosley, Mrs. the Club, gave an exquisite reading (Continued from Page One) Rose Brand Milk 13j White Bacon beit, .3 Ib.$1.00''

. C, M. Richards, Mrs.' S. C. Pinney "Out at Old Aunt Mary's," while Mrs.S. Right guard, Murray Overstreet. gardeners 'upheld their banners with Pet Cream; 3 cans.."__,:,... 20c Armour Star Ham: lb. 32c

o' ;.. .Mrs. 'M. B.:. Hunt and daughter
.r .Bessie, of Franklin, Ohio,,Mrs. H..W. companiment. That even the very s'inuea of this Van Camp's Cream, tall can.lSe Chicken Scratch Feed

, : .., Johnston, Mrs..3. We Brown; .Mrs. S. Mills Lena Lord added to die pleasure Right Full'back halfHenry' Dick Bullock.Singletary. war have been contributed to was evident Carnation .___,_.___.__ 6c .4 l-2c lb. 100 Ibi.. ._.....:$4.25

Jf$' Saunders, Mrs. W;, M. Skinner, Mrs.; 'of: the meeting I by a piano selection Sub, C. ,H. Summers.., Gerald Rivera -I from the unit carrying* !: this mot.1 Grape Juice large bottle... 40c Orator Shell per Ib__...u Ic -@ '

{ .. .A. A. WAnple,. Mrs.: E. C.' Barrett Ned Bullock and Harold Woodall... to:' '"1,Own a Liberty Bond,* and the Matches. pkg. -------,__ .05 Mica Grit per Ib_.--__..1 l-2c
j' ; 'Walter Mrs.. Belle Modie, business routine the ; Women's Committee of the Councilof White Naptha Soap. 6c bar Feed __ ___
Mrs. J. f.: During the the whole the Sweet __.___$2.70
.. Taking season' as a : 6 for __ _..i_ _ _. 35c
Defense well ? " "
., TUrs., C.' W Campbell, ,Mrs. J. W. president read the following committees National[ was repre-
Best Shorts
j w ? entire backfield played a'< fine game Qctacoa Soap. 6c bar. 6 uu....._.., _2.75 :
,. '. ', .. ifcvans, Mrs) M. -E. 'pennock'o!, Battle that have been appointed to serve The spectacular runs of' Regero won I sehted. The W. C. T. U. was present for uu_____+ 3Se Oats No. 1.*;:_-___ .___$2.75

; ,. !Creek.' Mich. Mn./ 1.. E. Livermore, during the 1917-J918 year' : him the title of Kissimmee's mercury with a large delegation and carriedan Coal Oil gallon ---"--._- 13c Bran No. 1 _____UU$2.ZS

n [ 'r' 5Hrs. 11* M..Porter. Mrs:W. B. Wither- Membership-Mrs. J. Z. RobersoA' footed quarterback, and had he not appropriate banner. I Toilet Paper, S pkgs. n__" 2Sc Spaghetti pkf. Sc. S for .. 25c
-1 Mrs.. A. S.., Nelson, Mrs. E., E. Mrs. At Cotterman, and Miss Emma The Kiaaimn.ee Women's Club, The
poon
i been knocked out on several occasion Kara Syrup, long as it lasts 13e Macaroni pkf. Sc. 6 for... 2Sc

.4 Wells,'Mrs. A. MMo;,, eley, Mrs. T. .R. Yowell.. he' might have been named. for "all MoihersTeachers'. ,Club, the PythianSisters' 2 cans ______uu__"_ 2Sc Macaroai. large pk<<....... lOc
1 iloseleyVand Mrs. /Tucker; Misses Social Mrs. W, B. Makinson Mrs. lodge, and the Hart Memorialall
,
'i JJ.d.; Florida." Potted Ham' __.U".u_. 5c AU Washini Powders, pkg...5e
I", '' 'Lathrope. Lucy Wither- : Griffin Mrs. added' their quota to the impressive -
Lomie C. W. and Ingram.
Bullock of the Fancy Evaporated Peaches AU Smoking Tobaccos
Captain' was one tare
'spoon, Grace Nelson; Amy, Makinson. Prog-ral11-Mn. 'W. J. Fripp, Mrs.J. '. I strongest men of the team and his pageant. Even the press of KisBimmee 18e Ib. 2 for __u"_-_. 3Sc old price; pkg. __ Sc a.tllOe:.
'Zaida Lee, of Oxford, N. Y., Melvina J. Griffin, and Mrs.:,S. L. Lupfer. savei proclaimed its patriotism as
cool head and wise
," ,,. "TJachofen, Marion and Josephine ,Sin- Red Cross-Mrs.\ W. B.; Makinson critical situation.judgment If there its contributors carried banners reading I AM SELLING THREAD FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF $

r ', trie tary;,...Dr- W B. Witherspoon, L* Hv Ingram, and J. Z. Roberson. many a feature of his playing : "The pen as the sword, defendsthe MY- CUSTOMERS. .
was one J -"-
any
1 !i. J. ""Messrs. Johnston Kribbs, 'Walters. Linen Chest Mrs. S. L. Lupfer flag" and "We are backof Uncle "
) than another it his line tprices
better
'!. , and Moael t' and' Porter came In 'at Mrs. J. J. >Griffin, and Miss Emma was Sam with thought and word." The Other things to. numerous, to meation at correspondingly low
which
wereamazing.
( ... the"'close. of the afternoon and enjoyed Yowell.J. plunges, editorial staff of the Utolakean. the 1
Arnold and Singletary were new in All ..I<<-tow., orders given prompt attention.
i' the of patriotic re- Griffin Miss Yowell. high school paper, was a part of, this
hospitality and Emma '
.I : .. ': the back field, though their work All goods guaranteed to give satisfaction or mosey raft
WL 'S , 'School VisitingMrs.J,. 1.. Over- .
reshments.'S: 1.J failed to show it. Arnold's "right unit.Perhap's
k . street, Mrs E., E.' Well., and 'Mrs.. W. the most touching feature ma
:., . o.u ........ t .o..uo ..+. H/ Willson. over the line" was_a j joy to specta of the demonstration was the band of '
artist Sin-
tors and for an off tackle Nickle Gro
., 'Mz INTERESTIN.PROGRAM: pt'0' 'Child Welfare-Miss M C. Bryan gletary was there with the .goods.If women carrying this motto: ""Re. Split the{ rr.jare
Mrs.'R. M,' Evans and'Mra. Fred Gilbert member our boys at the front and ,
.
: good in
!. r AT CHRISTIAN'CHURCH., Ot the back field made gains )
., I as the line reached the bandstand on in theNt'
'. ...1' '. 0q the games,' and it did,, the line contributed 422 BROA"2fi,. fPar.s: ..
Stranger Within Our Gate-Mrs. the return march it separated I into \ ', -. : to 1
planning
.f' (
*
. .
. . .. ... .000..0000000000... its part'and'when there was '';.
H. W Morrow, Mrs..< .Overstreet,. and two; divisions, one on either' aide'of : '.v operatively, a
r . anything to hold, it held. As a center ;;:;;J; :ysf
: I :'r Last Sunday; ;night; the Christian Mrs.;, Gilbert. the'Broadway parking;, and this /group Ae hogs, ..
I' Bronson 'could not be better and re-
made and the units resumed the and circlemore .
brought to the center of the cir. went n< "
.Endeavor of the Christian church was \ kre
4 i ; ; .' ceived merited praise at each y' ;2
game. march! to the headquarters. before dial v
[ UNUSUAL ATTRACTION AT cle. The units closed in on every side -y .
y' the following wit :
'
? .t 'gave program C. Bronson and B. Bass were alwayson All those who have joined the Red The tuna'iv:: > : 1
enfold'thIs
x rr ; l ;.-:.: .'tMrs..t as ' -' : the spot' and could be depended on who had made the great sacrifice."Am Cross[ a '\,1., Song "America. ,, .
T for good work especially when' theywererfighting' .
at ; ( 'Manager .T1".D"Wocpdbeck 'has ice" addresses formation to emphasize this move- Kissinnt-e women. r
t 6 x2rr Bible'reading--GeraldRivere., ,, : ,procufed :: was sung, short i
: 'ir&Mj&A .
i >* .,, ,, '
{ \l attration1itj1theCasino ""' "''''' \1. " __ _t I
: :: : an4nueua\ "" f .
i 3 ,rsLord''PrayerI .' Dayvwhen Wells and W. Base'played tackle -.-- -' ; "" ,""
) 7".'4.:"'Remarks by the leader. .. '' '. I'for their first season and showed _
up
i I.' .ReadingfLemore Van DUJor.f' Virginia Pearson! 'will appear !in "All wonderfully'. well. Bass started in ----i7-i:
', For a Husband," a Fox comedy. .
I
6.. Piano solo-tussle .Winn.
;
; ,; drama. Manager Woodbeck is showIng : the last half of the Tampa-Kissim-
f' .'i '\ *1. Patriotic quotations .
f ., for
9 ; ,I, -. the best film servflfci to be'seen I mee game. Wells] was crippled
.8. .Solo Mrs. .
Deyoreo. part of the season by a bad fall at
and product
anywhere manyof the u.
"n ir &' 'Your .Bit"- Gussie
9. -
Winn.30V. 'l tlons are not more than ten days' oldj i{ practice and was out of the playingfor . ..

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when they are seen by Kissimmee. two games.F.
s 'Star-Spangled Banner .
Matinee, 3 p. m.; .evening, 7, --. Bryan played an unusual gameon
Benediction *
; J. 11V, end this year and handled the wily
t forward in his usual style.
PROMINENT CLUB WOMEN pass
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.. 'oOt IN MOTORCADE,.HERE. Overstreet is a promising player

i J:> '0 KISSIMMEE WOMAN'S\ CLUB.A .-0 -, and good wherever/ is put. His r
'The ladies' from Miami work back field -when he was
. motorcade in the
. .. 4i
r
i .OOOOtOOO.OO.OOO..OtOtOO conveying prominent club women substituted, was noticeable and'therefs

from that section to the annual meet- no doubt he will star there next '

s meeting of the Kissimmee Wo- Ing of the Florida'Federation of Wo-;} season. ; An inside secret '

Inin's Club will bo held at the Hart man's Club*?at Tampa,' this week, The au'bs., contributed no little to '

.Memorial, Tuedsay, afternoon November stopped at Kfssimmee for a few minutes the strength of the team and proved N 5
7th, at S o'clock' with, Mrs W. about fried '
?
0 Sunday morning. There were themselves good men whenever "putIn. potatoes :

(. "B. Makinson, vlce- -realdent, in' charge Tour'carloads in the company and ." Their names will without doubt

k4 ;.M I ,-of the program - .' theywere\ seemingly enjoying the appear on Ue list 'of regulars next

'A full, ;report from the delegates tot I overlandtrip. Mrs. T. V. Moore, who year As far as tastejs crisp brown Quttoo how whol -

Pi: :the Tampa. meeting,'of ,the. 'Florida Is candidate. for the office of resi- Under* Captain( Bullock's ca'reful concerned there are side. some anddigcstiblc


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