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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: November 30, 1917
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00831
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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PAVING BRICK ON WAY W 0. W UNVEILING I
;FALL SESSION A ATTENTION, :\FARMERS UNION SERVICE

FOR LOUGHMAN ROAD i CEREMONIES SUNDAY
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RCUIT COURT I All members of the Kissimmee National Farm Loan "
Mr, and Mrs. T. B. Gillespie ere On Sunday next at 2:30 p. m.,
Association requested to be'present at a special meeting
domiciled at the Graystpne Hotel. Mr. local Camp of Woodmen of the I
member of the Alabama to be held at the"office of theSecretary-Treasurer, at the ,
ERE THIS WEEK Gillespie is a World will hold unveiling' ceremonies CH. LAST NIGHT
Paving Co., and -will be In charge of City Hall, at 9:00 o. m., Tuesday, December 4th.
at ,Rosehill cemetery,, to which the
the work of paving the Loughman' It is essential that all members attend.
---- road. He states that two hundred public is, cordially; invited. -
HE GRAND JURY IS STILL IN i;thousand 'brick have been shipped and A. E, THOMAS, Sec.Trea.. This custom of the Woodmen or( THANKSGIVING SERVICE DRAWS ;

,SESSION-A.NUMBER OF CASES ''are now on the .way and as soon as/ (pawing tribute to the memory of their LARGE CONGREGATION-ALL

,y ON THE DOCKET WHICH WILL ','they gin. arrive the' actual 'paving will, be J. H.: Huddleston Appraiser for the Federal Land departed brethren is beautiful :both i ir PASTORS IN THE CITY PARTICI: .
sentiment and and all who
COME UP FOR TRIAL NEXT I The gradinglrhas been done by Capt. Bank of Columbia, S. C.;;; arrived( here Thursday night. Mr. I ceremony well PATE-INTERESTING SERMON
attend these exercises will
INDICTMENT 'L.- R: Farmer with the county road Htiddelston will inspect the lards of all parties belonging! be *i Tei '
WEEK ONLY ONE DELIVERED BY DR. WITHER. s
paid for their time and trouble. .
convict and large portion of
a
' gang .to the Kissimmee" National Farm Loan Association, who
so FAR: the road is -now' ready; for the\ brlc ISEND SPOON. _
N -, The paving will start --at have applied for loans'and his duties .will keep.him a week CARDS AT CHRISTMAS, -

Judge J, W Perkins, of Deland, !Reedy Creek and gang. work'this way. or so. It is,, important that all ',members'' beat home when GIVE MONEY TO WAR WORK. A union Thanksgiving service held 4'+

f' convened the Fall Term of the Circuit.I I Mr. Gillespie says he will push the Mr. Huddleston calls to inspect their1''property, so that he' at the Christian' church Thursday eve.rln'lt. .

j Court on Tuesday, The Grand Jury paving ,work as. fast as' possible but can secure reliable information which to base his report A movement has started in thin was largely attended. The audi! ,,
# 'elected II. E. Swabey Foreman, andj he fears there will .be delays in .receiving for'a loan.1 section 'of Florida to revolutionize'the'tlmehono'red torlum was" decorated with flags of
; -A. S. Nelson Clerk and up to Thursday ,brick on account of the congested t ''custom' of Christmas our Allies. and with the' Stars and

J; noon had returned one Indictment ,.conditionof'- transportation in the . I .. giving by replacing'' the customary' Stripes. Cut, flowers :and potted r
fjjLBgaln8t! D, B. Tilden:, for obtaining j states north of Florid "'J gifts with appropriate cards and giving plants alternated with these patriotic .

w"f money ''under; false.pretenses. :TilderiV , Red Cross Mass Meeting at the the' money usually spent' for this emblems and trade an attractive set..

ssssa : a'trai-gned..JieflrmbACJ\U'kvA;;: ; ll<.FJRSTa1SSUEUTDLAKEA .',e ; .; = 'cans.oat.y'iavwiuaqiw. % Rarpane! !Lta.theRed, Cross .or..lheReJ(l lT ..lingjgrth.eolemn.sgrvic.: !: .,_ .. :
.KUilty and sentence susQended It .. .IN NEWSPAPER FORM.: Casino Sunday duaiwnnr" ,Night Dec. 9th i ng1fli: "':"" :" ;", rk "" ,''-A""large chorus: ;""' teefddl611Sk tt----"a i-
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will be I'emembered'that Tilden solda The state 'conference 'which meets i sentatlves :of the choir&-of the vari '
I Utolakea--the;;:
stolen automobile to Fred S. Gilbert , The Osceola high at Winter Park, is issuing attractive ous churches, lead the singing and

Jf, and II. C. Llghtsey. school paper made''' Its 'appearance this The Kissimmee Red Cross chapter melting to be held 'Sunday night, Dec. cards to send to the soldiers and another furnished several( .jpecial l numbers.I .
The attention of the court on jweek, and while it comes out In new if in receipt of a communication from 9th;, at the Casino, when public talks series appropriate to send to I I..Dr.. }/. B. Witherspoon, pastor of .'
,i "Thursday was taken up with the case form, it .is fully up to its former the Atlanta headquarters acknowledging will be made by prominent speakers. friends or relatives. The cards ex< the Presbyterian church, delivered the
-of S. B. Aultman vs. A. C, L. R. R. (standard. The paper .hilt year is issued the arrival of a box of hospital I :V ll the churches 'will be asked to plain the movement and need only -to Thanksgiving sermon, and every pastor .

'Co. Damages 2000.00 for a. car ofelery. in newspaper form., using four supplies from here. This box' contained 1 call, off their services for that eve' be signed and the envelope addressed. In the city took some part in the
-I Mr. Aultman was represented .columns, four pages. 12 equipments including slippers (,ning and join with.'the Red Cross in a They will be sold by the Young Peo service.. '
by Johnston and Garrett, and the 'I The first number is snappy and full ,. and 12 extra bed shirts. union patriotic service.! ple's Societies of the churches. Sam The Sermon.
.A. C. L. by Landis and Fish, of De- ''of local interest. Each department The inspection sheet which was for' Urgical Dressings Department. Lupfer Jr., who is chairman of the I "In the Beginning God. "Right

.J"and. !reflects great credit on the editorial warded here showed'' 'the words Tjhe surgical dressings' department executive, committee of the conference eousness exalteth a nation: but sin is
't The other civil cases on tho-docket staff and their reporters. The support "standard" written after these articles completed a .full box of these needed will direct the' work. in Kissim a reproach to 'any people( Prov.

are: Winona Hatter, formerly Wl- ( the Kissimmee .busln ss, men were listed, which means theyare supplies and forwarded it to the mee, and it goes without saying that 14:34.: "Blessed is the nation whose ,
*nona Allen vs. C. V Hall. et al. For have given the paper is noticeable ready for use without alteration terminal station. New York and from many of our people will fall in line God is the Lords; and the people whom
,the pjaintiff' ( are l ,h ). Fish & Hull. land speaks well for the business staff. of any kind. In fact, they were so e it was sent abroad. The second and support the Christmas card move He hath chosen for'His own' Inheri
For the/ defendant,'ti::iris & Giles of j j The Utolakean has always been well well made that a memorandum, boxy! was sent to Atlanta, as there is ment. tance." Psalm* 83:12. "Not by

Orlando. received by the Kissimmee people "very good,.' was added to the sheet. no Red Cross nurse 'at Kissimmee The 'cards and'envelopes are sold might, nor by power, but by my spirit,
Josephine E. Kirkpatrick .vs. City both for merit and for'its association It to inspect the contents. The third for five cents with,the. distinct understanding Saith the Lord of hosts. Zech. 4:6,
-of Kissimniee.. Damages 1000000. 'and the circulation passed the nine is gratifying to Mrs. N. C. Bryan, box this one containing .oakum pads that,the purchaser ,will contribute -I We recognize God as the creator of
who is- heha'rge of this
For the plaintiff, Johnston &: Garrett. hundred mark last year when the department, only is ready for shipment. the sum usually spent for all things and the source of all good.
"I 'For the defendant, Lewis O'Bryan. (Board of County Commissioners sent and the ladies, who are. her co-work Mrs., M. Katz, who is ,hi charge of Christmas gifts, to some. 'war work "In Him we live and move and hare
ers, to receive this assurance of the '
John C, Klrkwood vs. D. G. Perry. (numbers of the papers! to northern this department, urges more.-workers fund. lour being." Acts 17:28.. ,
excellence of their work, A second
d For the plaintiff, G. F. Parker and Z. states.' .. box of supplies was completed this to' spend some time preparing these ,\4WORK I I r We have knowledge of a period in

'; Bass. For the defendant, Landis, week and forwarded to Atlanta. supplies. Every lady in. .:'Kissimmee our history; the history" ,the hu- "
. 1\ .!' Fish & Hull. WOODMEN INITIATETWELVEJANDIDATES should spend few hours each(week BEGUN AT THE .l min i -race,. when the humble children
1. :: Nick Regero V*. J. S. Cadell. as ad. This department bas pledged a certain at the Red Cross headquarters where of God were dented both civil and religious
' Tninistrator' of 'estate of H. w. Thur. number of garments, which will they'eould work( under the supervisionof liberty.' 1n"the"lona-ago' t;
\!{.{ j rnan. For the plaintiff, Kribbs findS be approximately' one be*,, each the members of the class who have COUNTY, FAIR GROUNDS followers were driven to the 'necessity

'... teed. For the defendant,. Massey & month. The ladies donate their time. takelt the course, or could take part in ', of hiding away in cave" and re-
and no one connected with the organization -
fPrrtow'sycases the making of hospital supplies treats while they endeavored ,to engage
from the Coun. Last Tuesday evening was a gala received one cent of remuneration. It was announced last weekthat
<< t.,The appealed An army of knitters in Kissimmeeis in the worship of His holy name. ,
occasion for the order of Woodmen of Even .the use of the the Osceola County Fair. Associationhad '
I ';gLlourtare: anxious- to be ,of service at this They were greatly oppressed and their
{ tha World in. Kissimmee. It had' been rooms the lights, etc., are donated, definitely decided -on holding'
Tom Driggers vs. State of Florida: crisis, but the impossibility: of securing hearts longed for liberty Their hearts
Defendant in error. announced: that an unusually! large but funds are needed to.pur halle! ma. wool has greatly retarded the' Fair this year and operations"have already 1 burned -within them! as they talked of
State of Florida number ot''candidates would be up terial with whichto work. begun. A force of men were
Henry Hansell VII.' : progress of this department which is promises of succor and salvation
, Defendant in error. . ,jyf||*'. pteI | .', , for t}initiation that evening, and that '. Mass"" Meeting. * < under t.h&' direction of Miss Lena put to work' on the grounds this week. I We are pleased to believe that in :response S' '
I* Henry P irnesTvslSta of Florida Orlando's't,well drilled' degree ,team ';y "The bottom a i has-'drop'pel out- -'' tthe: Lordg.'however a smalli' supply'of: The,.force 111-;be increased ,and;thework'pushedrightLlong ', tothe'longings; (of, these' oppressed x

Defend Iri error would TputJ' on, :'fia the,'HEiiili1 work)In ..the/ampH-j*fla'/SiXMS treasury," '' ; t i material! was)I.. obtained .t and'knitted' I \ i j J children, God stirred up S the

EdtiTvWopda, : va. State of Florida Bed Ornif: nre Tggingg_ lnjdebtIIfortheTgoodeithatis i : into afnT'g-a'rments Twenty.sleeve .!c'yJA.f4: aa I ladmeceipt ofcommunications |heart''of! j Columbus ,to seek'the continent t
''IJI"I': "fltThe hall was well filled with viII sweaters '" ?fromfrfireworks''I'! com-,
c ;Defendant error? being made into garmentanddressings less'1' ; ,12 warm"mufflers" 25 of America that He might layit
1 The plaintiffs in these four cases tors from neighboring lodges and local foty'" our soldiers, but the woolen wristlets, 118 eye bandages, panics i. 'amusement companies etc.,. before these oppressed p'edple as
'are represented by O'Bryan &: Pledg', Woodmen, and the impressive work must go on. 34 washrags' nurses' mitts, 3 wipes that are desirous of "getting in" on I an asylum, yea, as home Where
''c er. initiatory ceremonies were both inter. The best method of financing Kis- and 5 tumbler covers have been turned the 1918 'fair, and everything indicates (they might worship God according to

State vs. Janie McNeil. For the defendant esting and instructive. In fact many simmee's part in this feature of the over to the Red Cross chapter, for that event will be 'an unqualified the dictates of their' own .conscienceswithout a r.

Johnston &: Garrett jof the local Woodmen had never seen :I work will be considered at a mass shipment to Atlanta. success. { fear molestation( IGod w.a
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amplified degree before and a
Includes four -------------------------------------------------------------- --- y
The Criminal Docket "
W. larger portion of the work was as I.. RETAIL GROCERS MUST I who sustained the .spirit of C

ir,. : Savage cases of, three the State of( these against for Henry"FragdS' much candidates a surprise for initiation.Of to them. as to the'i I RED CROSS SEALSThe MRS. MI- F.'" SEARS NOT VIOL.TK::.FOOD: LAW. ;him lumbus to In say his when sore trials hope, and was'enabled almost ,.

'ulently changing the marks of marked "
the sixteen candidates whose ->' Retail of Florida who (dead "Sail on.
animals! ,and the fourth "Larcenyof application grocers are
fl domestic animal.! for membership had been Kissirnmee Woman's Club has As .we go to press this morning .we' selling sugar or any other food commodity I Again we are pleased to believe'
State vs. Bob Evans and Mitty approved twelve appeared for initiation I undertaken the sale of the Red Cross learn "At the death of Mrs. M. F. at an extortionate rate on ac that it was 'God why held back the ,
Evans: Incest. and it is safe to say the proceed Christmas scats/ for the Florida Anti. Sears, one of Kissimmee's best known /count I of the shortage now existingare barbarian adventurers who sought the

State Randolph Young: Embezzlement ings of the' evening were indellibly Tuberculosis Association for .this sec- pioneer reside ta.- which occurred at directly violating food adminis rich treasures of the new continent r
with larceny. stamped on their, memories.The tion. her home on' Main street Thursday tration rulings. Such action is extremely and piloted the Pilgrim Fathers to >,

State Vs. Randolph Young: Embezzlement -' degree team from Orlando was '', The funds secured from this sale night atU o'clock. I dangerpus to their business, I these auspicious lands, that, they
't. composed of the following Sovereigns: :; will be used to fight tuberculosis It Her son, Congressman W. J. Sears, : and the Government will rigidly en- i I'might lay the foundation for *the s

State vs. Walter Try : Fraudulently I A. N. Higgins! P. C. C.; C. C. Mason, has been the history of the war that and her daughter/ Mrs.. J B.' Newsome force rulings against such dealers and .kingdom of God-that they might establish ...
4 Pt"an changing .the' marks of a C. C.J: R. L. Cook Adv.,Lt.; T. L. Rut- the damp trenches have brought about were at her bedside when; she passed I will take steps to prevent them from' a government where religious -
( marked anifnal. '\ ledge Banker; J. H. Calhoun, Escbrt; !a rapid spread of the dread "white away. I continuing such practices. and civil liberty might obtain a .,

& State vs Walter T urn Hog stealIng. . A. K Novinger Watchman. The uniform I plague," and it. is the wish of the Association ' The funeral service will be held at' All dealers in Florida are field to democracy where laws should be exacted ". '

rank, under command of Capt: to furnish: proper care for the First Baptist church ,this after- reasonably profits proportion to percent and enforced by the people nd a
x
c A. B. Russell and Second Lieut. G. P. the unfortunates.Mrs. noon at 2:30.A of profit derived under normal for the people; a "government 00 the
of State James
Two the vs.
cases ) I
Johns added much to E. E. Wells people ,by the people, for the neople." 4
Prescott: Altering and changing the'impressive- was appointed more rxtendecf notice will be given conditions, and they are not allowedto
marks of animals. ness of the initiation ceremonies. chairman of the movement here. A next week.HUFFMAN. raise prices on any article of food :Again we are pleasced -tpbelieve
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t' Other visitors' from Orlando were: strong committee will be named anden because of the scarcity. it was God who inspired these fathersto
State John-C. Farley: Bigamy.
State vs.vs. Forest Harti Breakingand T. M. Coppedge W. P. Barber M.I' active Kwmpaign waged till the full NOW 2ND LIEUT. I The Food Administration is pre migrate to this great coifintry, and
with intent to commits I McBrannon I. I. McBrannon Joe I II allotment of this vicinity is sold. Every pared, to take immediate action sustained them in endurin the labors
entering
-misdemeanor. Thomas Elmer Rodenbach L.. 'Car- ': letter and package sent out from J. M. Huffman, who is home. on a against all who ignore these rulings and trials incident to the subduing. of
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State Lula Williams: Grand cell T. M. Carj-uthers; D. P. McKay, now on should bear this Red Cross fifteen day furlough from the train- and wilful violators will surely suf the wilderness. .
vs. .
14 larceny.. J. 3. Wagner, P. G. Aulberry, J. 0. ''seal. ing camp at Fort Oglethorpe has just fer. We should thank God today for the

State vs. )I. A. Bishop: Passing Lucious, H. Gresham D. E.. Jernigan, received an appointment as Second Food Administrator Beacham declares evidences of his\ providence In,these
worthless check. A. G. Barber. R. L. Barker, M,: W. NEW TELEPHONE DIRECTORY. Lieutenant He expects to be' stationed that this is no time for merchants preliminaries' to the establishment of

,, State H.*A. Bishop: Obtaining Robinson, E: E': Culver W.. E. Robinson at Camp Green N. C. Lieut. to take advantage of the people this great government-this' Christian .
vs. The telephone'dl. i eWe
! false and false H. A. Stone, Geo. Anderson, L. M.: new Kissimmee I Huffman arrived in Kiasimmee Tuesday in their communities; any such nation. ,
by pretense a
-c< money rectories, which are fresh from the should thank God for the Christian
Rouse. for a few rfays" visit with.friends action is little less than treachery to -; r
F." rt:en, About 11:30 all adjourned to the Valley Gazette's press show a marked then left for Davenport to spend their country which is now laboring to manhood and patriotism of those

dining'hall where refreshments had increase in'' the company's business Thanksgiving with his parents. ,bring; about better conditions for all. Colonists: who guarded well the des.- \ &,
OF THE SOIL.
MORE SOLDIERS judging by the number of new 'phones tlnies of their and laid dill
been prepared and a pleasant social l Newspapers of Florida are urged people,
\ -- hour was passed in discussing the installed since the last book was LITTLE DAMAGE FROM FIRE.. I to give this the greatest publicity as gently the principles the eternal
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Treasurer J. Z. Roberson Is.
,{ lmong events of the evening printed. ,they will be conferring a. benefit on principles of human liberty. 'I
the recent recruits to the "aol. .The company has spent somethingover : A small bJa ,"fliers' of the aoil" and has had 16,000 IT'S CAPTAIN CARSON NOW. $6, OO on cables and other material : at the corner of Drury avenue 'and explaining to them the need for strict tyranny threatened to cross the sea _
cabbage 'plants set'out on a tract of this past year, which has resulted 'Church street called out the Kissim. observance of food administration ,and blight their hopes counted not 7,
> land just west of the city limits. Mr."Ro&erson Marion B. Carson: : who hag been in .
in greatly improved service to its mee Fire\llepartment Saturday mol''' rules' No merchant can afford to their lives dear but threw themselves<
has, spaced, the rows wide the officers' training camp at Fort patrons. As a natural consequence ing A a. usual the'boys made short treat lightly the rulings of the Food against the) oil-coming, tide, 'against I"' >
,r... ltfa i, Using. about two and one-half I Oglethorpe for some time, has Deceived the business is extending net only,.in I,!o q.the: destroying element. Administration, and those who per great odds, and hurled back the''in'-, evaders
.- 'ac7a, for% these plants.' It is his Intention : an appointment of Captain of the city but rural districts are installing ,The fire'was caused by sparks fall sist in following tactics actuated by and nailed "Old (;Ior)'" secure: '; .. fe,
t to plant'potatoes between the the 51st Regulars.' Captain\ Carson is this.convenience. in their homes. ing-from the chimney. The damagewas greed, and disregard their, patrons and ly to 'the masthead of the ship 'of
j: 'roVs' in the spring; in fact' he 'will putout I I1 home on a furlough' till the fifteenth abouf fifteen dollars.. The property their patriotic,>> obligations will feel State.. Thank God for those heroic &
six\ acres of "spuds.." He he of he Mr. and Mrs. R De Witt Brown arrived : '
\ says Decemberwhen ,will report fog is owned by C. W. Griffin. the heavy hand of the law.' souls,; and for. the 'inestimable privileges w
1 "Irc fng to be a farmer right aDd will .duty at Chlcamaoiga Park, Dear, Chattanooga in their'run-about; ) 'from Mt.Pleasant that are our as a; 'result of

' W 'follow the potato crop with corn. V ,',Tenn.Lieutenant .- O. last night. ..Mr. and Mrs. 'LAYMEN'S MEETING. NOTICE.Owing their sacrificial offering' '
{ If the business men of the city continue Brown are both' accomplished musician Ai'a nation with 'misgivings'and

t \"., .to fall Into ,line the, mark for ? C. B. :McCaughen is'enJoying *:/ the former having taught. the :Men's meeting next Sunday afternoon'at to the absence of m numberof imperfections we many have ever triedto

.'the :'potato acreage :-of. this section, J a furlough'from military dutyat violin, and ,been leader of. the high ,8 o'clock. at fhe Methodist the band boys, who are out of townon ,recognise :{the hand of God In ,all f

'-which, has been estimated: at 1,000, ,Camp: Wheeler and. -Is betting" school "orchestra for' the''Put several, Sunday 1 school roomer All men. and pleasure trips,,.there, will be no .... ro V;

,,0-. "Zba.tobnayodup.1t.: \" friends- here' : '4 d years. :. *; t boys cordially,invited.J concert tonight. ( Continued, Pap Ten) '" dl
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TWO .,I) THE KISSIMMEE' VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY.. NOVEMBER 30, 1917
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: .Board repair the fence along the public missioner J. K. Milliard and carried -

1. I road and fill up the) ditches that and. it 'was so ordered.
r Commissioners I
of the
Proceedings County I ,were dug by the county road gang, Upon motion of B. )

I and remove dead, wire, which motion ed by J. K. Milliard,

< was seconded by Commissioner A, F. Bond Trustees were

Kisslmmee, .Ia., Nov 5th, 1917. to relieve the situation. Mutter 'Bass, and carried. 2500.00 bond each.

The Board of County Comrnission-\ passed to afternoon session I The Board took a recess until 2 p.m. I The Board instructed

era In and for Osceola County, Florida Mr. J. S. Stratton came before the i Miss Albina.Smith came before the draw the following

met, In regular session at 10 a. Board and asked for a permit to run j Board and asked them to allow 'be); *. i. Joe E. Johnston,

m. on the above date, there hclnc u ,'allrJRd'track along the right-of-: $13,30 for expense account for the county roads $249.25; j r .
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present Ernest Mach, Chairman; I 1C.L. way, .beginning! at the northeast 'corner month of October, and $11>.00 for November Prather, for B. E. ;

D. Overatreet, J, K. Milliard, A. F of Section 9, Township 26 South, for prizes for the Canning August, $55.67. | :,

Bass, and B. II. Guy, Commissioner'; Ilanage 30" East,. and running due I Club girls and boys. Commissioner Bond of S. J. Tindall '

John S. Cadel, Attorney for the south along the section line for eight$ A. F. Bass made'a motion that she be the Peace, District No. ;

Board, and ,J. L. Overstreet, Clerk miles to the southeast corner of Sec allowed' request which motion was Phillips J. E. Baxter, i !

and AuditOr.The tion 16?. Township) 27 South, Range seconded by Commissioner E. L. D. and' Clyde Bass as ;

/ minutes of the meetings of 30 East, 'whereupon Commissipner B. Overstreet, and carried. amined and approved.

October were .read and approved.A II. "Guy made\ a motion that the attorney =Mr. Pat Johnston appeared before Bond df Henry! 'II. I

committee from St.. Cloud ton- for the Moard draft suitablerl'Rolutlo'n the Board and asked them to place a Sheriff, Osceola

1.41\\tlng J\\ of Mr. L. F>. Frost, Samuel' for the Boird granting said culvert across the road near Mr. P. Whidden and J. E... ,

Brammer, S. J. Entriken, S. J, Trip request, which'' motion was secondedby C. ButterofT'a place, as 'the water was was examined and,

lett, and others, came before the Commissisoner A. F. Bass and backed up on his lanads and preventedhim dered recorded on the. -; l:
Board and asked that the plans nd' carried, and it was so ordered. from making a success of his Board.,

specifications' made by the State Sealed bids on approximately '2J/J! farming. Commlssisoner J.' K., 1111- 'Tax Collector C. L.

Highway Department on the road be. miles of brick roads on the Shingle liard made a motion that culvert be timate showing .the

tween St. Cloud and Melbourne be accepted Creek road end one mile on the St. placed as requested, which motion funds for ,the year 1 I

by the Board, whereupon Com- Cloud road were. opened. in open' Board was seconded by Commissioner A. F. The General '

missisoner A. F. Bans ,male a motion I as follows: Bass, 'and carried, and Mr. Farmer Road Fund being short, j'

'that :the Board pose 'a resolution 1_ .Georgia _.I Kngineering' .C mpany'' instructed to see: that .the.work was for 1917 not having I

adopting the said plans and specifications bid as follows: Commissioner B. IL. .

which motion was, seconded I Item 1- Kxcavotion-U7' cents per done.Mr.. S.'J. Ramsey made a state. tion that the Board !

ty.Commissioner. IL 11, Guy and car ,cubic yard, ).ooo'root: haul; '2 cents ment to the Board that he had nq In.' for the' Road Fund and

ried,. and'it was so ordered : per'cubic 'yard for'each" 100 foot over'- teiest in the wire cut tub brick com the General Fund for

Commissioner B. II. Guy called the .'haul. ,. pany, but that he hoped 'them would j was seconded IY Ai' F. ,

attention of the Board to the condition I, Hem Grouted paving, 3',1 wire consider the use of such brick. ried and it
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Finnie, Point. !Mr. L. B. Farmer 1 ."t!.. j Repressed brick laid flat, $1.69 per session for the purpose discussing The following

ing! present .agreed to make the. .J>c- 'square' yard.barhblli2dam .. I the bids before them. Mr. Henry! as approved and ordered :

+ :F6a1plfl: ;;''f ,31t"u'9I'J I+v:.J:2.: : ..L- I ,50a>>J1 I + .f&.d.1 tll tll 1Uft.,. !AD1'tsAf1k4t1ti! ? !;? ...tha-f.eotiis]: E.gineerinlt .: .,HMJ 1L.C l1-J'IU..J.11"u.': .:. .ylt\ / 1 1v. > : ,
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and Mr. Gilhx- ( :;':; : '
as'i'oeelble. luieal foot Company;
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)n. Oawlold.
Mr. J. M". Willson game before the Item Concrete, 110 cubic yards, pie,'as representative of the Alabama J. J. (.... 'i.Hlrci't 1'1'0"\\ ",' ;

Board and asked them to give him a cost ]>luJi'10 per cent. Paving Company, wefe called in! to Mil Auditor? Jniifo -Julins; ,- ;: : ,:
)Iran I:*' ")'.. .nHi nit.....'. ,,
settlement bill for trees end lumber in connectionwith
on cypress ItemI"raming placing explain some things' :MIM: . A. H xS'llHun.. ", .. "
as per bill presented at fromer meeting : ffiOOO pr thousand, B. M. F. their bids, and after having I Claud AYlvvuter, m..In ... .
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Delia "'oUII., a'
of the Board, and after some discussion j Alabama raving Company as follows headr each of the gentlemen, the II. Tlllln.! maintenance 'on. 1 -..

between the Board and !Mr.\ : Board carefully considered .each bid. JaneClements'Will Hall, maintenance, ma .. ... ;
Willson, Commissioner B. II. Guy I Item Excavation, 22 cents! per Commissioner J. K. Milliard made a J. $. I'ennell. ... .. '.. !

made a motion that the Board pay !Mr.\ cubic yard. motion that the bid be awarded the Mrs unce Juicy._____1'adgett.__h___,___ ,N t
Willson 00 if he would accept! I Item 2-Grouted Alabama it being Mr*. A' HlminonB I ' : \ tI
$75> paving $1.71'per. Paving Company, 8utmn Yates, 'lIt .I .: ; l ::: tI
said amount as a settlement in full square yard the lowest and best biddder, which Mrs M Bronson I. '
lira J. l Wright, I
from the county, which motion was Item 3-Concrete curbing, 17 cents motion was seconded by Commissioner H, M McClelland ,.. )(

seconded by Commissioner J. K. Hilliard1 > per lineal foot. B. 11. Guy, and was carried.by vote A.Mis.M.. L.I...Mahles Chauncy, ..., .... ( ,.

and carried, and it was so ordered Item 4-Concrete, 110 cubic .yards, of the Board. H.Mrs H.O.Durfee M Young .. '. ,
Mr. Willson agreeing to the cost plus 10 per Cent. Upon motion of E. L. D. Overstreet! It. O. Livingston 4

ncttlement. I. Item 5=Framing and placing lumber seconded by J. K. Hilliard and carried, Samuel anace _Montsdoca____...____,____
Mr. II. M. Breaker appeared before $4500 per thousand B. M. F. Ernest Mach, Chairman of the Board; B. \\H Kvans. Farm iH-m ,
I.. H. Ingram care of
the Board and asked them to make Item 6-2-inch peck cypress curbing was instructed to sign the contract, T. M. Murphy' Judge Co : +..

some changaes in the ditches along 7 cents per lineal l foot. and Mr. Gillispie agreed to begin the J.John K.' 8 base Cadel. Janitor: Atty.____.- : ;

the Orlando road to protect the farmers . Mr. A. E. Drought came before the work within! 30 days.Commissioner K. H (ruy. ... !
A. 1". Mass. .... "
in that vicinity, and Mr.: Clark Board and asked that they make the E. L. D. Overstreet J. K. 'Milliard. ....

Howell being present stated to the repairs on his fence and lands that made a motion that the Board distribute J K.sioner U. I).__Overstreet__.._______,__ ', ;
Board that his farm was frequently he asked for in letter to the Board the Hard Surface Road Fund as Rinest. Mach. ....
A. B. Vance Book to *
'overflowed by the water that came in filed at former meeting' said Board, follows: Two-thirds of said amountbe lector ___.__,___

from the ditches along the public whereupon Commissioner J. K. Hil- spent on the Shingle Creek road, a tion A. It.___Hall____,_.rent.._____-> ,
roads, and that he would appreciate it liard, who was delegated to examinethe and the remainder on the St. Cloud I), E. Oessford.. ;
Booths. 81 Cloud. __
if the Board would take some action damages, made a motion that the road, which motion was seconded by C. F. Johnson printing- ;
Commissioner B. H. and carriedby Co. Judge .._______...
Guy E. D. Kola Suprv. 'H
vote of the Board. Corner Drug Store
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Mr. c. A. Carson appeared before Wenner A Sawyer,
of the Federal Co. officers __.:___ ;
the Board in the interest E. U. Kats. Hat .. I
ld, ; Aid appropriation, and stated election ____.... __
Mk..ht0t+ r VF M i J. C. Qrlirin ___-__-
s a e ;; ,df'ri .. that he and Attorney John, S. Cadel The Atlas Mills ___i.-- 0'h

at &ys4r +f r ,4, r}X ". y doo represented the county at State meet- Ash infectant Disinfectant, jail ____.._..":-0'1)r
ing 'at Tallahassee, and that he reported Tampa Tribune Pub.
anace acct books ...
am that Osceola county had com- W. A C. Qro. Co., .
with all the of the court house .---k-. ;
plied requirements
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State authorities, and that any adjustments pages to Com pt. ..... ,;: \
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Osceola. lidw. Co;:', : -
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necessary secure ap- Jail -u "'-i ..>hii !! 'I .
propriation -should be made by them, Osceola Hd w. "_ Co oil I ; \ : 30 !: i'; : t

and that he felt sure that appropriation -. Kr. y.tm"e"oTrefn:; : ., r > ; : i,
and Oct. __..........
would be made. Mr. Carson also Klrslmmre. 10:. L* and W ; ;

presented some eflgures that he had C.'Light.L. and ..water." ; ; ;
made, suggesting certain changes in H ,A kaV.HandlY' Drew Co., I
boo ; ; ;
Abe y' the plans and specifications, and kind deo. I), Bernard Go.-:; .
; books ________.u_... ; ; ..
of material to be used in curbing, etc., Walker" Kvans & ( { "
if satisfactory with the State Highway record books _______ I ; ;
I Kid J. Jones, freight .
Department, and asked that aI on R K. book machine -
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Southern Supply Co., .
resolution be passed adopting' the I officers ______., _._
A CROP OF FETERETTA GROWN ON changes mentioned in his schedule; Klssimmee lax. City_ pro____
whereupon Commissioner A. F. Bass Oeo Houston. Wlt. Pr...

Lake View Farm madea motion that resolution bpa.ssed K Hept H Ingram--_.-, feed___ '
by the Board adopting T. MJ Murphy Judge" ::
Chas. K McCiory,
; \ Without Fertilizer i I i 0 fan' y kind changes: as suggested by Mr. Carson, slennirrapher I
which motion seconded EL.. L, 'It. Farmer: Rj;;>;;vi ; : Z '
1 was' by O \\', Ashton Mgr. "
D. Overstreet, and was carried. ing ___n.u________ ; .
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Brown guard J
This Farm also grows splendid Corn and all kinds of Vege- Upon a motion made by .Commissioner K. J,. KftKans,. guard u.__ ) I ;
L.upfer A Prather
tables. It is good Orange Land and a fine combination A. F. Bass and seconded by B.< road auto __________
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II. Guy, and carried, it was agreed \\ H Maklnson, )
read Bang ____- __-.._ I
Farm for Citrus and Stock --
Farming
Fruit Growing. that the work begin at the county line Phillips Brothers. I
and work toward Kis- road rang ________ ,_ ;
near Loughman J. Z. Roberson, drugs. ._
simmee. gang ____n__i___.__ I
II C. Stanford supplies
The Board passed a resolution requesting gang __.- __________ ,
Line M Knt, supplies
the Atlantic Coast to L. H. Farmer freight;
etend to the Board' of County Com- culverts _
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Stout Lumber. Co, ; : )
missioners a credit not to exceed $10- <(lid< Tin".. supplies. to ( f

r! 000.00 in any month for taking, care Oxriola Hurkley *lidw.Morgan,Co., "u'l> 1

of freight bills, etc. Klttslmrnee road rang\,'--i'Vk
Commissioner B. IT. Guy made a pairs. to Co. wagon .

motion that the bills 'presented the Emil gang\Mach_--__gas____.and_____
'1fa ( Board for repairs and running ex- Rol rond.>t. Baas. work on ,

+ penses of auto of B. E. Evans, be .. K, Tnrmer\---:--expense;-- : :

paid to date and that 'no bills for Oscenla road Knng l I'harmacy, ____ *

such purpose be paid in the future, prisoners. ___________ .
J, 7. Roberson,
which motion was seconded by Commissioner prisoners ___________
1FORT'UNE J. K. Hilliard, not; carried, H Roberts C. Stanford. A Son, ,supplies binders .'

and after considerable discussion S. machine ______.__ << .,
The Falconer J Co. il .
passed to December meeting for set- financial report _____ III
tlement. At. Cloud Tribune, legal \ ?d
J. I>. <"hunn. County '
Commissioner E. L .D., Overstreet City Meat Market meat.
Joe K. Johnston, .. .
made a motion that the Georgia Engineering I roads __._______...u.
Company be instructed to I W A C, W. & C. lira Co., .
complete the shouldering 'on road to I Slate road flank 1rKliji-i'm. :

.. ; St. Cloud for costs 'plus 10 per cent., Road "Fund SO'
Slate' Hank of <::1 :r'm .
: FOLLOWS THE FLOW which was seconded by CommissionerA
on Innn ._ ______u_ .
F. Bass, and carried. Plate Hank of I .... . '
Half of this land is in the artesian belt, there being three flowing Commissioner E. L. D. Ov.reet State General Bank Revenue of .,.. en

wells the this Oaks and Palm __..___ '
on the property at time. Beautiful. Lire trees made a motion that the Chairman, Lupfer on loan Sr Prather, Auto j ,
home. Ideal
x; about property. Ernest Mach, and Clerk, J.; L. Over- to B K Evans. Aug
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The land joins a fine large lake for nearly half.a mile and extends street, be authorized, sign the,bonds) W.and I harbor Aug ": ..,_._ ; : .

to the county road, about 3 miles .from the city limits of Kissimmee. for $$100,000.00 and that the attorneyfor MIHS Hoard. Albina Smith, .

About 200 acres in farm. Price $12,500. Favorable terms of the Board. John: S. Cadel, be instructed Valley Casette;legal .- ::: : .
Valley Uaiette, blanks,
i payment. Many,other Florida homes and investments. to turn same' over to the Paid warrants were

;Correspondence, Solicited.Nelson Trustees when their bonds were made, celled from'the various \ j .
which motion was seconded by Corn- lows:,

General. Revenue ____ : ; '' : tlr
Realty Co. Fine A Forfeiture ... ,
.Drive. Out Malaria,Builds Up SystemThe Road A Bridge ,.._.-._ ': .
Old Btsadsrd vraersl .trfl_:lb .ln. tonic... H. H. Road -.____.\2 ] '. .
Kissimmee, Florida GROVH'8 TA8TBLH8S: ehlU TONIC,drives out The report sof : tr. I
)4slaf la.enrlches the blood.and builds al>tbe. *-

u 1/J 1'I ; km.,.Una toale. fat adults sad cUiVlrta._ Mo'/ the, following balance, : : 't. ;

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SATURDAY THE DATE,

MORNING 1st DAY of DEC., .
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We Are Compelled to Make Room for our Enormous: Stock of Xmas Goods, as you all .

know we are Santa Claus Headquarters, and in order to do this, we will give our'customers -

the. benefit of it right ,now at the time everybody is. crying save. This is the "
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place, to do' this. You, can save on Every Item you buy at this Stock Reducing Sale ,

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Special: Firstt*day of Sale as Special: Monday, Second Day of We bought a few days ago 5O Doz.
: Ladies' Black Silk Hose at a bargain f
long as it lasts, Light Calico, 6C Sale(Wash Day) 7 Bars Quick Suds 25 C.. and will have them on sale. 25 C ,. ;
Worth today, 50c. pair, this Sale -r'"' '
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worth lOc, this sale, only Laundry Soap, same as Octagon, Children's Hose all sizes. ,pair, 15c. ' "ll .\.
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Piece Goods Dept. Ready-to-Wear SHOESWe SHOES, Men's. Dept
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3000 yds good Ginghams, .Regular t .5. Fleeced Linen Underwear,59c per'I I :
price, 12 i-2c, this Sale, 9c ,'"';)*\:I, " 'Dept. p 5 Ladies'Shoes, $1.00, $1.39,$$1.98, garment,draws and shirtsall sizes. ,r

Boys' and Girls' Union,Suits; ,all have the largest $2.39, $2.89 and up to High One lot Men's Ribbed Shirts, 45c !
. 2000 yds Percale, light and dark sizes,,per suit, . 43c Shoe Stock in town, Boots, Kid Tops in all colors, Men's Sweaters
$$2.50 grade,
colors, yard wide, sale, 13c this sale, . $4.79
Ladies' Union Suits, all sizes, and are going to this sale, . $1.98 .. :
Cotton Serge, yard wide, all'colors this sale, only, 69c move some. of themon We have a I complete, line of Men's Sweaters, $$2.00 grade,
per yard, this sale, 23c Ladies' heavy Vests and Pantsto this sale. Crockery and (Enamelware that this sale . .$1.49
match, this'sale, only 45c Men's Work Shoes, regular price we are selling at prices lower Boys' Sweaters, worth 75c, this '
Wool Serge,blue, brown,.gray and $$2.50, this sale $1.98 sale, only, . . 39c
Ladies' Sweaters reds ,and than we can buy them. Plain
red, all s.taple.colors, yd. 59c $2.50 Overalls, Kakhi and Pen Checked,
.- \ grays, all sizes, sale, $1.98 Regular $3.50 Elk Skin. Shoes, White Plates, 3 for 25c this sale, . $1.19 ,

Outing, alhcolors, worth 18c (Large size Rugs, each, 1.39 this sale, . .. $2.89 '6 Tumblers for . 20c Blue Overallswith aprons$1.09
per yard, this sale; only 14c
Ladies' Long Black Coats, $4.79 Dress Shoes for Men,from'$2.50 A complete line of all colors in Hats,.from 68c to John B. Stet-- :
Cotton flannel, per yard, 13c and . $5.29 ((0 . ". $5.50 Varnish and Paints, 12 l-2ccan son, this sale, only '$4.75
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over our stock. If,you don't buy, you are welcome just the same. Don't forget the date, Saturday, Dec. 1st. s

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f KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE EAT BALANCED DIET TO AVOID c rle<1."Excuse this advertising, which Is supplementary -!

1'ELLAGHA. Y. M. (U. FUND. me for' listening whilst waiting ''to the generous cumpp.ign of the I Classified Advertisements '

outside Seaboard department Few
passenger 1
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The State Board
of Health
018_ .. V.11.? Uasrtl* ...lIdl.., while the ur&esthd Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 27,, 1917. If you don't let me in, then where canI periodicals have greater influence and Jtrllnult iLIIlflP /SupplUi STAMPS.*. lluliber Kenln BndKoS Ktampi, and .
conservation of food
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K.....,._. .Flerld. at Editor, Xissimmee Valley Gazette: go?," strength with business men than the to 3 Inchoa long And 1-8 Inch hlah, V.. '
this time is necessary as a 'war rnea linn SO etui; nncli Addltlnal line 15 .
which has'greatly etcTy
Record
Florida has made "Indeed, said the devil, 1 really don'tknow. Manufacturers .. '
w. HARRIS ... B. O. VANS AONKW sure, a wise selection of food shouldbe a magnificent response | <"wrt! r Jlll>loni> and Carbon I'a-
to the patriotic for ." widened its circle of friendsby i.or. Write for ciitalog-ue and Typo
.......... OwBr. made to avoid dietary troubles, ,, appeal attitude sh<-tt. The Stamp, A Seal Co., St.
N 11 I I'j the funds for our soldier boys' welfare as its aggressively patriotic AuKUi'tl", fit 4:4t.! :
|probably most dangerous of which
Is pellagra. The conservationist must provided under the auspices of the "Oh, do'let me in, I'm' feeling quite since: the war began. DWFLJ.rNOS for rent. Apply. to* M.

V Young Men' Christian Association. cold; Modify Land Advertising Rules. Tiller \
be to
careful eat foods which will! --
five his body the balanced We would like to write each contributor ;''If jt's money you want I've plenty of Announcement also has been made QRNRRAL: FARMING !I. pronl bl. i ln>
properly .
Florida. To Iya 'j'jh I nourishment mixture of proteins, fats but it is impossible, and we gold, recently by several important publications > for llv"' 'stock and poultry
ask that Just matter how rnlnlnri$ dairying, fruit and
I and carbohydrates. you print this expression of give me a corner, no of national circulation that as'. crowing rpiid the Florida Farmer truck
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our appreciation for the part which hot" this end nnd llomeiiceki-r., Six month trial-
the result of a campaign to
]I In other words, he must consume your community has had in this great "No," said the devil, ."most certainly which Mr. Thonias has been cond&ct-,! milincrlptlont frci-, Address 2B Florida cent Farmer Sample copy And
,and relative re-
amounts of
necessary ciiuse. not." Ilomesteoker! Box i6i, Jackconvlllo. '
have
ing for several past, ,they '
tissue-building foods -such years Till. C2-tf
pairor In behalf of the National War Work __,,. ,
I II'I Us fresh meats, milk and eggs; en Council, wte thank all who have given I"We: don't let' apartments, for richesor either materially] modified or entirely 1-MH RKNT-F rnllu'd rooms or
the -
II foods such abandoned rule against acceptance flrtrlm| nts for light housekeeping,,
I rgy-giving as breads both) time and money, ana but for the,i pelf; of Florida land advertising. Inj j 1n, n.Irfl convenient boilS clone. III.I .
(!cereals, starchy; and fatty dishes; and sacrifice Here's sulphur'and matches ; I :Mm." I H. 1-3. WellH Heal EState tanlJiT"vuraitcT
willing of so many: the campa some '. the future, reputable real estate men .116 Mubuetto let 1'hono 51-.ii<*
'I lody-reguating] foods, such as will b e '
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would have make hell for ]
not yourself.
succeeded. a -i ftAVrKK
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found in fruit and vegetables. ..given: \\ )I Hrown IxtKliorn Cockfrwlll -
Huboprlplloa IHi..... ., Very! truly, Then he kicked Wilhelm out and Vanished by'these journals as those operating pay vfntv-flv* ,eent.. M.
I i. The State Board of Health is urging I in smoke .!.ICHHII'rnou,' It. I>. If, One COPY, C'na' YPILj-------------. '2 Ort O. E. MAPLE, 1 "
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in other slates. -4t-2t.pd.
One Copy, Hix Monthn ______ __ 1.on' the necessity of wisdom and .com -
"j State And at that moment the Kaiser\:
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One Copy, Thren Mimtlm .1- relief forFloridtf I 13 IMIV hon' '. Miil
to \\
: mort sense in. food conservation as a In his work secure } Hnmpl Jack-
Amount Rained 'by Counties. :j awoke ._ I I ....in\ll| Cl'iukcr. .Works. Jack. ...n.
All communlcat. ('X""I'f1'um our means of preventing; increase in the -'. -firms from the unfair diocriminalions ,- ."111.., Kin.' B-5t()

_ianvd uthol-lreil by tho curri-Hiondfnt writer.| mud l be amount of "pellagra now existing in Alnchua Maker .- -__._. __,_- ',$ -, "<"" lie jumped out. of bed in .a shivering; : against.Floiida land ad-, /SHWIK'l) wanted nt 612'' J".nnn.1d 4\'e-"'
I Florida. -hnh 7'Ilindfoid 1 sei'titdng Mr. Thomas took the position II tl t'. Mia. Amelia( : .
5021pd.iI
neJ. tt'd matt will not,bereturnedtinl ,
t-r -,.--_.,-.._, 141 5 sweat, ,
I..* called for 'j' % While the exact origin i is Hrevard h-'L---.W.J..._. .h__,. And; that it; is just as.Imp rtant to the }, !$. IIANDAI.U ?(l7, Hoean tiT.s.
pellagra cried I shall !
I Kroward ..-_-.:.._____-:...:..--'._ ._j.__- : "Gosh! that. dream jackMonvllle, carrlen' fuJi line of ..
hairKCinrlH
(Entered In the I'ootofncn at Klxulinne still unknown, more recent investiga Citrus, -,-- i**."..,...' ._ never forget.:, lest of the country as to our people Alld| HolUltH mall .rdprH.. ','
.. Florida. aa ecorid-claxa matter) : to show almost conclusively Clay -.., ..._. ,._.. _?_-.,.,.-__-.?? .' t\\W 7( that Florida's idle lands shall be "(>wllehee mndn from -ComljIngB.. II,SK"
j lion seems: Columbia : *J. ...,;_-.---.. (G i:!2 That I w< n't gotq Heaven I know find 12.00. -\\rltr her It
Hade _, --.. '
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NOVEMBER 30, 1917 that the disease* is due to a long DcKoto -"r,_._.?-._..-__. 2.4111( very well, '
continued lack of necessary variety rjuval --.._. .-*?-?_. |S,37( But it's awful tough luck to be kicked point made was that honest advertising the north, through health and pU'rO"' ,
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Serve at the front or serve at home. I and balanced in the daily diet. Therefore Franklin- _,_-._...nGadHden --___._u.- .-___--_.: out of hell.'" of Florida real estate shouliPno food officers ,;
| ,' the food conservationist must -----h._-.,...-_._. I.1I5' < more be ruled put because some had i Mr. Temple approved the plan and"""
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00- I Hamilton -- _._,_.......... 61( W. L. MORTIMER i
him Hernando _.._........_ __.. been dishonest than that all clothing i '
'Mass not' let this practice cause to become h Truck; Company No. I, 304 Amm. I//pave Thomas permUfion! to put Into.
I \ meeting for the Red Cross December HlllHhoroiiKh ,, Z5.ll I :!i '
indifferent 'to the proper main. JefTeraon _T-____._.--.-__?__ 1.411 Train, in Blossburg Herald. copy should be rejected because some i execution. The publicity was Jian-
__ : 9th. 1 Lafayette .._,.. 10(1, firms in this field have misreprC' t'nt- .
..._ of health. r---- ----- that thousands
-f u .." .,, ---'_. *tennnce I.ak"> .,.--.,. -,. 1,128! j Idled! so efficiently of
: ?
:' 'l" -:-'A7'r :i 'recl>n'Uyslca'me1''To.th ;State 1:: rL : ; i1 :II --1i ed..:.G ilbert! cf pkMchobjee.j. hai td their 'goods, '. I Ioewapaper.a.carIed, l lengthy_ stories; .

I Put a Red Cross Christmas seal on Board of Health with a well-developed Ivy ------h; _,__.,_._. _____,_ been spending several; days in; .;:.die, *-" otTil r n ttwa..forsthergoVd.K.cfJ:' ; ;itboutvthff ortssotjAm"Floridargro: *(':'!; ,....
I every letter or package. f' of this disease. He showed Madison -........_.. 1.711< Florida as, a. whole oh which Mr.
_ case pronounced Manatee -....,...__ l.fKMi city visiting relatives this 'week.. Mr. I era to protect consumers from unripe .
_
00- nervous symptoms with Monroe Marlon -._,-.-....--..?.-......_.... 2.72S!t Gilbert has a pleasure pavillion, built Thomas' has been working for four 'fruit. The Associated Press deemed

The Miami Herald) asks; "Why not slight mental derangement. Investigation !- NotsH"U -------__uuu.uu-- 3.021____. I out over the water of Lake Okeechobee years, is now apparently about'to the matter of enough importance to
raise the in 1 of his he had Orange --_-.?,."._.____ 8(10(1( come to a head in a that will be
world's Dade diet showed that way the features
coun- it
sugar mo.ola -u._.__.._.... Z.lSfi/t and says his patronage so far is I put news o( on jthe-
ty7" No reason in the world.. subsisted.\' for several months on com' I'aim'H-III'O. Jit-ach -,....J*_._ 1j21!I: very gratifying. He served a lunch- of great importance to every tourist wires from half a dozen important

I 00-.. bread, molasses or syrup, pickled Mn.-llaii---------------I-?...?---_- B.OK7'](<1|r eon to Governor Catts and his cabinet I town. This is the plan to extend the I i|I cities. Florida and her fruits were '

t The school i kiddies of Osceola county meats and hominy He was advvised "Polk ulnam--- .......-:-...-._.?._. 9,454 IUH I: ''on' their recent visit to Okeechobee. 'season, for winter visitors to about made known to the public as well in

I have only three school days this to eat a more varied diet; including Remlnole Mt' Johns -?--.-_-_._.i.._*.-._,._ 5.4ISS 2fii: (itt''I I double: Its former? length t through; cooperation I I a single day as,could have been donein '

week, which no doubt they were ; milk, eggs, fresh meats; and vegetables Rt. I.uclo --._.__r..._ 10)i Misses Violet Bullock, Claribcl Mc-: of railroads and tourist ho- ,. months of ordinary methods and

thankful for, yesterday. as well as such legumes as peas !iutnter uwannea_-----,__.__. 1.SI2 131, Ghee, Elizabeth Ledbetter, Carolyn I it-Is. Already several transportationlines i never since have the people of the

+ I and beans (fresh or dried, not Taylor -.- in'.,! 'Fripp and Adah Louise Simpson have announced that their deluxe ) .j i north looked with favor on cranagesI !?1I 1/.
VoluMla -._ ,., .._ 7 O57 I /
Florida's allotment in the Y. 'I. canned). Va.kulls.: ----------------- :: _.: Messrs. Dick and Ned Bullock, Bazil trains will! be put on eailier this 1 I I and grapefruit; shipped too early. Inconsequence ..

A. drive was $100,000, and she exceeded I In the early stages' of this disease Total -----___ ___ ______._____-1118,245: Hamilton Bert Wells, Edgar and I'' season thap heretofore.. East'\ Coni-t I, every year has seen a decrease .
it by $6,000 with subscriptions pellagrins are amenable to treatment, Frank Bryan and Gerald Rivers : papers state that probabjy next year I' in thevolume of Immature t
more I
still pouring in. i but if they continue to eat the same Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 22, 1917. j chaperoned by Mrs. W. J. Fripp and the Florida East Coat .Railway and j i fruit sent out.-Times; Tampa, Nov.

: 00- diet for; too long a time destruction Mr. D. G. Wagner, J I I Miss' Hamilton, were a party leaving I I its chain of hotels will join in the I :t

Klasimmee Fla. ,the city dock Wednesday afternoon''': movement ,,,'.
and damage to the nervous system ,. ,. '
The American people askedor -- -
were will .go beyond the possibility of re My Dear Mr. Wagnar: : for a two days' cruise in the "Coot" ACtl\.on tuner unt'
2Cth.WINTER'
$35,000,000 by the Y. M. C. A. to I take this, my first, opportunity of and the "Dot." Friends of Mr. Thomas recall his

'carry'on.the war relief work, and they I covery. expressing/ to you our deep appreciation -I previous ejforts along lines similar t& HAVEN :

I responded by giving $49,000,000. While pellagra is essentially a disease for the excellent work done in behalf I THOMAS WILL BRING MANY these with no small degree! of appre-
which the victim
of poverty, causes
+
1 of the National War Work Coun WINTER VISITORS TO FLORIDA. ciation. Recently rumors "of an embargo I.
I to subsist unbalanced
on an unvaried
4. .A professor has been ousted from cil. The total amount for Florida reported on the shipment of citrus S
and Cheap diet food conserva-
the Virginia University on account of tion in the direction, will likewise is $111,000.00,' and the Na- I That the business men of the United fruits, circulation of which were calculated II :

unpatriotic utterances. That's a high make wrong it a disease of Indiscretion tional total is about 50000000. I States will be able to work more to do growers! great harm, . MM, Prop. 4'.

atandard tOo set, andby one of the where caution c uld have The people of Florida did marvel- efficiently by a winter vacation in I were promptly run to the ground by I Winter Haven, Fla.' !2J

(Southern States, too. j prevented ,ously well, and I am confident that a I Florida is the unique idea which will him and 0.-cial denials secured from I .
it.Study .
I
.... great blessing will ba received in every I have extensive exploitation during the transportation and government of. Represented by = -.

: A smokeless Friday is being urged I of the disease among peop.e community where the campaign' I next few weeks in some influential ficials. Alexander
unbalanced diet shows Fiiilay; ,
for the, men at home that they may living on an was conducted. I periodicals of national: circulation Two years ago, just as Florida's

'.end the tobacco thus saved to the I that victims who eat a one-sided ,diet. ,I am personally most grateful for 'thanks to Jefferson Thomas, of the tourist season. was beginning Borne Orange Center, Fla.

t>oys at the front. Yes, it was a wo-' during the winter months show Improvement the valuable co-operation that, the men Thomas Advertising Service. Tampaand unfriendly- sources started all over the .
I in the sp"Ing'and Bumjiner -' of your community and in behalf nort)? a story to the effect that health ---
who gave ;
man. started that movemell'. . .' !' Jacksonville. IN (;IKfl'IT <<<-''11HT.' KTATn. OPKI.011111 .S ,
,\ -- when theyican secure vegetables of the Council authorities,here, .%..
-> kindly1 extend to' ofthe contemplated: a quar-
U : itln omej same, publications
fed fresh"Ifniite j p. p r blance 'V 1i al hoBe| ho t k ferti incere1 a .i, <; ; tin: g' 'r is i r's '& 'Cr' m" ''Other' ;
; Arcadia a to have we av ation u Jn) [ ther th.e1falso 1NiIJIbbroughtI ) '.Ut..I.. Copla..t. v.. Emma ..1,,'
petyVand mIXture I IBJcm ofet asahealt1 JiLr..' .... ... .
tiites )) \ .."" .d. '
incere1thankslort'theirldevotcdrservlceTa'n'dl .
hI i"
camps Wo can'tdenythatIweT.wan"ed [ :the,attent1or"f_ the north on al"oun 0 helfr p i -: ... [' /'1.1t1..I.'I ').'..:/...."w. ,I-'t.,
,
F oneTof J thosel but if s, demonatratednjhe arrny'ind (pldemlc n..rny ties f r homaneaFd I Mewesib Judicial ('Irpull 11"(0..1. 'o.s
camps, | we Sri' PUblir tfaetjhatmasi_ .families _
ravy wheretheVgovernrnentlfeedsT1tl t, .ru,
couldn't, get in line for one we would "sincerelyTyoursGEO. this year. byclosingrupl home;! '. fofTl' hl8-P and*at'SN once too atep :: ..
soldiers a supervised diet. The result F. TIBBETS which,'led to .an" emphatic v statement' It "pno rlnr( Ijy ._ '..._"_ __
41 s leave Arcadia should have it as I can save enough in fuel to cover' the ,tho bill filed In tho above-0tat enuna ,
ny one. is that pellagra is unknown in Campaign Director for the National I cost of a Florida trip. from the, state health officer to the ef1 1 hat Emma Dlnxlo, the defendant

+ I the ranks. ._' War Work Council. j It will be pointed out in this con- fed that nothing of the kind was contemplated :State therein of iiiimcil.FlorMils.I In a And non-ri a Hldt-nt reflldent nt tin of'

On December 1 Monroe, 'County will < I j I nection that much less coal wilt) be''i which he induced the As- Clilcaita 1(I I'.. ego, fttnte oftwenty of Illlnnli and I I..It over Int ,
years:
t>e declared free from fever ticks. An WHAT CEKMAN KULTUR MEANS: THE KAISER'S DREAM: i( consumed by the railroads in bringing/ 'I sociated Press to wire out all over I HTcforo. (ir.tt.re i d 'Ill.r'hdalll. heand In herehy r,,-
order of release", has been signed by -- 1'. P train load of a hundred families to the country. :,,i" 1C41 to apix'ur I to Dm> hill I of r.,tnT .

Secretary of .Agriculture) D. F. lions'- ,i Most of the people do not realize There's a rumor now current, tho' i Flo.rida.and. hauling them back train! When citrus growers began to organize j Monday plaint Illod, tho I In 7th said eaufi. *. i>n or hefor.t. ,
'! dAY < f January \ J'l'l '
; ton. This adds another 1,100 square :'just! what German kultur means. They strange it may /seem, J\ir the spring than would be necessary they found one of the worst : H, othorwllin thit allc-RntlonM ..t until ,

miles to the released area in Florida, feel, sometimes, that' it is asking a Of the German,: Emperor's wonderful | to keep thtrn warm in the North durIng obstacles to be the shipment from e taken an confeimed. by ,said I

+ I I great deal to have to contribute to dream; I the winter. Again the versatile Florida in largo quantities of immature '1",,.I piihllMhed In further ordered.. that thin ordir.

A hotel in Quitman, Ga., served a ,; Liberty Loan bonds Red Cross funds Being tired of war, he lay down in "Jeff" is to be credited with the conception -' oranges and grapefruit. The) 'l-utlvn" WPi-fcH on c III a thn wcr-k KlKHlmmee for four eonH Vnl-
7 'and the Y. M. C. A. fund.. bed I laws l-v I Onzclte, .. ivewcpnpiT publlnhi'd In
number of traveling salesmen a coffee now big .1t ._ of the idea. I governing were inadequate'and Kit(I County nnd Sin I.., ,
is asking considerable. It is aIm-oat And, "nvongst other unsatisfactory. Mr. Thomas IhlM 2Ylh daj' of Novemht-r. 1H17
:made from velvet beans. The guests, things, dreamt Labor of Love for Florida. proposed Si-al.
unconscious of the substitution, had going the limit, but it must be done that he. was dead. The publicity along these lines to the late William Chase Temple, I ) J. I 1. oVnUSTHKIOT.I'lerk Circuit :(I'ourt.My .

complimented the proprietor on his The American soldiers cannot do their which must inevitably be of such then manager of the Florida Citru H. H Deputy HULUWK.'Ierk.

pjendid "Java." One of the guesU, ,I duty and crush the Hun unless they And in a deep coffin, lying in state, great value to Florida is not connected Exchange, an appeal to the people of I i!R. T1AR8. '

:,. claiming to be a connoisseur, had are, themselves, prtfperly cared for. With his. cold. waxen figure frozenwith with 'any advertising campaign con- Hulicltor for Complainant. 60-4C .

4 taken a third cup. ,This takes us one., Those who are asked to give are not t hate, ducted by Mr. Thomas or his organization. I

'I step nearer the goal where ,Florida j.asked to' die for their country. This I He wasn't long dead when he foundto On the contrary; the task of

,will feed herself is the soldier's lot. lie bares his breasi his cost, explaining the facts to the editors ,

,.-- + to the enemies of his homeland. That his map of the next world 'and who finally have agreed to cooperatein - -
.
The annual institute for the teach- The Government furnishes the soldier passports were lost. placing them before the public was No'v. 20th -" '- -

.era of this county is in session here I his food, clothing, training, trans- undertaken by him as a labor of love

today. This- section is noted for I portation, pay, medical service, lodging So, leaving this earth to Heaven' went for Florida. _

her pretty teachers who are han- and 'a chance to fight. The people -' straight. There will be no obligation on the

-A dling: the knotty problems while must pay for his amusements. It Jauntily strutting right up to the part of Florida interests to advertise Hunting Season Opens

't, "teaching the young idea how to .will. cost considerable to pay for the gate; in the columns of the periodicals I _._ _,
hoot" with an efficiency that is making amusements of the American soldiers; But the lookout angel, in voice strong which will lend their assistance to |, :
.
the public schools of Osceola fa ,but they are our boys I If we do not: and clear, the propaganda, those having !seen I

- mous. Kisaimmee 'is proud of them, amuse them so as to keep them fit, if Said: "Begone, Kaiser! We don't their way' to do so on patriotic !I You will need Guns Shells Leg-

uid if ,there is anything they want they fail to win the war because of want you here." grounds and. as a matter of service to ,

.while in the city it I Is theirs for the our failure to do our duty by them, we their subscribers. gins and .

I, asking. / .. will pay for the amusement. of the "Well," thought the Kaiser, "that's Several journals of wide .circula- Camping Outfits.

+ Huns! very uncivil; tion among the best class of people .

' Congress opens Monday, December Then we will know what cost. Does he mean that I must go straightto have told Mr. Thomas they will give See

'3rd, and the members are beginning means! Belgium, Serbia, Poland, thdevil?" editorial mention of the ideas. One our big stock before buying of

to return to their duties. It has long Roumania, Montenegro and Torthern, So he turned on his heel, and off he of these, the Literary Digest, with .. ,

been a custom of the public at large,France are now paying for the en- did go, : over three-quarters of a million sub Winchester Loaded Shells Leg- "
Runnnig full speed to the regions be- scribers in the homes of people of Intelligence ,
: to register a good) many knocks on the !tertainment of the soldiers of the S !:

deliberations of this body and to hand ,;, Kaiser. And what a price I Men, low. and means, will feature gins, Camping Outfits Hunting (rI
' them in its ampial winter resort num- ,
the members plenty of good-natured women and children are, being literal-

-. witticisms along with a few bouquets, ,!I Ily-{I l starved to death in each of these But when he got there he was lW) I d ber next month. Coats Shell Vests and Belts. I
with dismay I Thomas ,
At the suggestion of Mr. ,
t but'we must all acknowledge that as 'COuntries in order that the land may :\
'4 ,they gather in the congressional halls be free for the Germans. Generalsvon For whilst waiting outside he heard the same thoughts will be*, made to t

c, this occasion Kries and have made Satan say dominate certain of its advertising
on they are facing von Dining
To his imps, "Now, look,here, bo I in the Manufacturers Record by the! New Stock Hammcrless '
ys
mighty Issues and the burden of re-Jhis boast- The cities and towns have I Guns $$20.00

ponsibility which rests on their been robbed of all their gold and give you !all warning, N I general development department of & ...
,, I'm expecting the Kaiser down here the Seaboard Air Line of which B. L. "
_boulders is a heavy one. i treasures, the babies have been killed, .. .'
I this morning. 'I Hamner, formerly of Tampa, is in ,
+ the women debauched and the men led Ladies' .
charge. This publicity will be especially - 20 Gauge Shot Guns the .
costs
? Wayne ,Thomas of the Plant City into slavery. Yes, it money to
But don't let him in for to it is ,
me dedicated to the West'Coast of
Courier says: fight a good fight, but it will be cheapest I
: "General'Jack Frost renewed his in the end, not to mention the clear, Florida, ;while generally'descriptive of finest stock to pick from. ., '
We're far too good for the mongrel the winter attractions of sections
Annual offensive. this week, and ,"went most -
; '
patriotic.'p down here I '
; served by the Seaboard. ,
the in low inFlorida. '
top" even place
over If he gets in there'll.be .
the dickensto No city or private interest has been -
'
.A. a camouflages General Engraved Calling Cards and Wedding ,
pay, asBed to bear any part of the cost of
..' ,Prost has the whole kipoosh on ,the Invitations, Engraved and Em- For., bad as I am, he Is w.orsi any W.: B. 1 '
rock plle.andl' be might" have added bossed Stationery can be secured at day" To'Cure a Cold -In One Day.r.k r Makinson Cb., 'i;

,' otJ1l.'offensive savored atrongly of sa., the Gazette office Let us/ahow,/ you I LAXATTVR BROMO QolBliM. It top*OW ..,. :
I .
Coach and Hewucb and work* ofl the Odd., -., -,
'botge' I our:_amples and prices. / "'',tfI 'Oh; Satan.-dear.'friend." the'&aperoj Drargisis frfnnd moorr II It tell to cur*. .
I' '". W. OBOYB'iWcMtm oa neb tm*. 3Oe "
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. KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 30, 1917 FIVE
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> Ie will have on display one of the largest. Holiday Stocks ever shown in Kissimmee.

Nex.t'W. Oek .
* r :: 'f..his holiday stock was bought mouths ago when the gauds were much'' : >,'
\
lower that\ they ore day--therefore you win flt1d. our prices right.r .

r I MeD" Dress Shoes, $2.75 to $5.50 I WoiDeD' Shoes, $1.75 to $5.50 I This Store has three separate Shoe Departmenta-a Shoe Depart- 10 per cent reduction on all I
L MeD" Work Shoes, $1.98 to $5.50 Cla lclrea'. Shoes, .98 to $3.00 ment for Children, one for'Women and one for Men. I Women' Hats .



StOry'S willi headquarters for Santa Clay !TOR V'S 11 STORY'S Carry the Largest Stock of SHOES

u Next Door to po.to Kissimmee; ; florIda t , nl
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Cary D. Landis, of DeLand, spent
.J INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS I I the\ week in town looking after his. Before Buying I'
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J clients' interests in Circuit Court..

- .OOOOotUU HoOOOO UO. I I Adlerika for sale by CENTRAL MI;. and Mr E.. L. Pherigo and YOUR
I DRUG'STORE. baby, of St. Cloud, spent Thanksgiving "
,
Weather ReportFollowing I Miss. Ellen Fuller'of Orlando, is with the former's parents, here. iii IChristmas; '

,the guest of Miss ,Muriel Prcntis fora Attendance fo> the second month of, ; '
few days. ,the Kissimmee schools averaged 94 IV i: i r;

are daily tempera Smoke the best El 1 Rol Tan lOc ,per cent. as against 89 per cent.' for .
PresentsInspect .
tures and precipitations as re cigars. CENTRAL!: DRUG STORE. ,last year. The compulsory education ".
ported by Government stationat lftw is having marked effect.
Kissimmee fa" Hin week end.. ; Geo..'A, Gilbert and family! of Dade : i..... .. '
of
Our Line
Ing Thursday, Nov. 29: City,' are visiting relatives in Kissim Prominent legal firms attending j >>.
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Circuit Court this week are Davis &: aColumbia
1Ih.<. Mln. Rain mee this week '
Friday .,__....- I Mrs. H. Clay Stanford returned Giles,, Massey & Warlow:of Orlando. M':r'
I I Roy Starbuck, of'Orlando, attendedto ;
Saturday._,u..60 41 Thursday! from Miami, where she has w
t business week ..
Sunday __.___..63. 32 been the guest of Miss Albert Uinton.I legal here this Grafonolas and

Monday .__...,68 40 I H. R. May, 'one of Kissimmee' I We will have a large stock of ,
48 Christmas Cards, Booklets, Toys, s
Tuesday70
jading commercial men, spent Sunday =
Seals, Ribbons, Sealing Tape, Etc., on Records
< Wednesday .,..76 51 in the city, a guest at the Hillsloro. -
... 1 I 62 display next week. See them COR- .
Thursday80 Tribune.
-Tampa .....
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_'\ .remJ.t. tailed home from Miami Thursday by
, Fire Insurance, See A. E. Drought 'tie critical :illness of the Congressnan' Methodist church" of Kissimmee, will and if there are any special records .
leave Tuesday .for :Miami to. attend
Cobuni's Minstrels at
wjll) appear. mother, Mrs. M. F. Sears.
the Casino January 9th. the annual conference of the M. E. you desire, now is the time to put
I The Dike Remedies are all guaran. church, South, to be'held there. lie
in
,/, Peter Ebertz, of .Narcoossee, was refund yourorder.
teed. We glad to
are ,
your expects to return In about a week.
. the business visitors in Kis-
, among money if you arejiot thoroughly? satiajfied. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith and aon, of
fimmee Wednesday. CORNER DRUG STORE Phone Household Goods will ,
find
\ and
McKeansburg, Penn., who are well remembered -, In our stock of Furniture you
:' I Adlerika, the remedy of true value. 297.. *
, as prominent among the suitable for Holiday Gifts. -
articles
CENTRAL DRUG STORE. 1.-i Several members of Company B are I I winter. residents of the city last sea many handsome .

Miss Anne Bryan Carson returned expected home from' Camp Wheeler son, arrived here Thanksgiving' day aT.
Wednesday from Jacksonville, where today, on a' short leave !of absence, to ''and are pleasantly located at the

she had been spending a few days. ''visit, relatives. I'(I'home of Mrs. J. M. McGuire. T. C. H. GRANTHAM

Fumigating made'easy.. Use Lis | Let us fill your Prescriptions, and Miss. Nina Bratton, who has been .

ter's Improved Fumigators. CEN- be sure of pure drugs, accurate work taking a business course at Tampa, Store"Phone
TRAL DRUG STORE. 'I'end prompt service. CORNER DRUG'has accepted a position as stenographer "The Satisfactory .. .,

. , Miss Emma Mayers a former' resident !STORE. to the clerk of the court at Bra I 1
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of Kissimmee, was the guest of Miss Corrie Cannon left yesterdayfor I dentown. Miss Bratton is one of Kis- 291

. Miss Margaret Davidson .for Thanks I Kissimmee, where she will spend I simmee's best known young people ,

giving. the weekend with her mother.I .- and a faithful worker in the church. -- -------,---- -

Perfectly fresh--and most delicious I Morning Sentinel, Saturday. Mrs. D. W. Alderman, Mrs. M. Mr. and Mr. W. T. Pay tOil and go, but wish for them every successin Orlando game and also In the. Hills-

1t Jacob's chocolate -covered Brazil I Martin Katz, who is connected with Katz, Mrs. Edgar Katz and Miss Hilda three daughters and Mr. and Mrs. W. their new home. Miami is the borough game and made good in each

-.. Nuts, 60c and $1.10.; CORNER* DRUG the firm of K. Katz Brothers, of Balti- I, Katz, of Baltimore, were a pleas Butt and 'daughter arrived' in Kis mecca for millionaires. Here's hoping event. Ill* playing shows that he has s;

:- STORE. i more, and his sister Miss Hilda, are!:.ant party motoring. to Orlando Monday simmee, Friday. After a few days' ,,) Charlie will make a million., and the "pep" 'it takes 'to make a real
Mrs. Chas. Donegan returned to her guests of their uncle, M. Katz. I .in the Alderman car for,luncheon visit with Mr. Payton's brother, I. A. every printer deserves it. football artist and we predict hi*
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home at Deer Park last week afterA The Ellis Brothers, who have moved 'at the San Juan and a few hours In Payton, and family, they will take I i I The name Edgar Bryan was unIntentionally name will be seen among the .stars of

visit here with her aunt, Mrs. P. C I here from Warren, Ohio, have purchased the city.W. I apartments for the season The party omitted from the sum- the next season.Floyd's. 1'tr

Deortf. the property known 'as the C. McRae, who recently moved I are from Bedford, Iowa, ,and find jmar'y i of the football activities published }

Lister's Improved Fumigators will Rev. Snyder cottage in Prospect Park. here from Alberta, Canada, has pur 'Florida_ sunshine a pleasant change '' last week, but so good a man !

not injure lace curtains or linens, !The sale'was made by A. S. Nelson. chased the Ed LaLonde property in :from the. northern cold. :'should not be left unmentioned. While

I For sale by CENTRAL DI UG I Mrs. Milton Pledger returned from Prospect Park. This includes a com- C. W. 'Dann and family leave this I'I'this was his first season, he was put Grocery

STORE. Bradentown Saturday, accompaniedby fortable six-room cottage and six I week for Miami, where Mr. Dann has' in as guard in the. first' and second

\,....Mrs. Sarah Prevatt and daughter, her sister, Miss Jessie. Padgett, lots. The purchase was made throughthe rented a building, and will engage in!)I I _, \

Miss Jeanette;.leftl7uesdayjJor!! Okee'chobee ''whohaebeen; '.: ely:ill.butJsnow Nelson ;Realty Company.i"Mrs4'WilliamOveratreetof. J the printing business. In point of II PRICE LIST
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to" spend Thanbglvlng with TrniSrovinir '.iv *!&!l* ia* ffi *''i3** Ruth. residence Mr Dann' is one of Kis I Casino Theater

[thelformer's'lsonjMillerFof4thefirmJofjMalIoy Fo soldier Durham a erfordJ'J.rwho: been the guestofiMrfandLMrslEjjJlEarniest.lihas, simmee's pioneer citizens'and, ,:andhisjgoodijfamily :<'" ", .
your 01' r en 'f i / i Oleomargerint _____._.___.-_$ .30

( ][ : Sammy'" KiIENTRA DRUG, !' I *here; !who"regretitoTseeTthemOur >,have.ii:many: warnifriends1 'I Vii Program:. .. for. : week'v \.Commenc ar sua', ', Creamery Batter ?-_______. .50 I
of'Loki'ie waiT in" STORE gon'to'KissimmeeTand'1otherfjpointssouth '
the'city' ; ,
&-Miller! ing Monday December
for a tour before returning to I II No. 2 Early. June Peas __:. .15
this week in attendance upon. Circuit Miss Margaret Lee returned from I
witness. I Palatka for a continued visit.\ -Palat- II No. .2 Soaked Peas ________ .10
Court as a Southern College, where she is a student I MONDAY
Fumigation is essential to health. and will spend Thanksgiving ka News. I I '. No. 2 Tomatoes., 2 for ____.. -.25 I
Lister's Improved Fumigators-easy! holidays with: her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Gay Livingston, Mr. New Stock of Favorite Film Features -"Clara. No. 1 Sliced Peaches _______ .15 "
and Mrs. Katz Mr" and Mrs Kimball Young in "The'Te.l; Sidney
.and in effect. CENTRAL. Mrs. J. M. Lee. Edgar Crisco __
to use sure Small ___ _______ .40
"The Late Mr. Jonei.
Drew in
M. Katz, MsA! Hilda Katz and Mrs
DRUG STORE. I C. N. Paver, who has teen critically B. B. SimpsWi were a congenial par- First episode "The Fighting Trail." Medium Crisco _____-____- .80

Little Miss Olivine Savage leftWednesday ill at his home for about a week, ty motoring to Ocala yesterday for a Shoes -Vitagraph. a Small Kream !Kriip ________ .35
for Eagle Lake to spend has been taken to a )hospital in Or-
Medium
Thahaksgiving dinner and a Visit to TUESDAYMme. Kream Krisp _____? .70
Thanksgiving with her grandmother.She lando for treatment Mrs. Paver iswithhim
will return home Sunday.A there. the county fair now in session there. ; Petrova in "More Truth Large Kream Kri p ________ 1.40 ,

Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Kolberg ofAbetrdcen ".... . __ .. '
neat Picture makes a ,very appropriate I When you arc making jour Christmas South Dakota, have arrived Shirtsand Than Poetry. Metropolitan. Oatmeal ____: __-___ .10 aCorn

gift. We will have our purchases don't overlook our WEDNESDAYHall Flakes __.___________ .10
ji J Kissimmee to make their home and Y
stock on display next week-all. repro. line of Stationery. CORNER DRUG are stopping with Mrs. W. II. Farmer.Mr. I Caine's powerful story, "The Small Peanut Butter _______ .10

ductions of Old Masters. CORNER. STORE. Solberg has rented the Willson Deemster," starring Demont Hall 12 oz. Cooked Brain ______ .20

RUG! STORE. j Mr. and :Mrs. W.. A. Moulder, of building on Darlington avenue and Caine as Dan Vaylrea. I No. 3 Pumpkin, 2 for' _..__- .2
Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Overstreet Cleveland, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. A. will do and refinishingon Neckwearare
upholstering
THURSDAY i No. 3 Hominy, 2 tot _______ .25
returned to the city Tuesday from .F. Brandau, of Virmilion, Ohio, were furniture.A. .
Gladys Brockwell in "A Branded No. 1 White Cherries .15
New York, where" Mr. Overstreet has among the tourists reaching Kissim- -------

__...--4een nga{- d{n the fruit business. 'I Tiee yesterday. \ this. week S. Nelson whereby has just R. closed C. Sligh the, deal formerly i now arriving.Call Soul."-F 01:. I.. Red Snapper Sauce __-__.___ .15

Charlie Prevatt;,deputy sheriff of.1 I Mrs. Ross Harris, Grand Matron of of Birmingham, Ala., becamethe I FRIDAY Hirsch Salad Dressing, small .10 r...,,:
Okeechobee county, a1l.Jn town a few the Eastern Star Lodge, for Florida, owner of the attractive bungalowat 'and see them Evart Overten and Agnes Ayers Hirsch Salad Dressing," large .25

day' this week looking after. businessand !was here from Quincy last Thursday. the corner of Main and Vine in "The Bottom of the Well."-' Potted Meat _____________ .05

visiting relatives. ['and Friday She was the guest of streets, known as the Burkham prop- Vitagraph.SATURDAY Maxwell Home Coffee _____. .30
Willson Jr. and Milton Mrs. H. Sanford May. erty. Mr. Sligh moved here to direct
James M. 3 lb. can Blue & Gold Coffee .85
Pledger left for Miami in the letter's County Superintendent C. E. Yow- the improvement of his 400-acre farm Fred Gilbert: Gail Kane in "The Bride' Si- .
.w car Wednesday, to represent Kissimmee ell and Postmaster Lane Paulk returned near Kissimmee. lence." Mutual 14th episode 1 Ib. T M. Blend _________- .30

at the Deep Waterways Conven- / Friday from a hunting trip. The M; Tiller home was gladdenedby .a "The Double Cross." 1 Ib. Floyd's Hobby _______ .35

tion in session there. They reported "plenty of birds," but the arrival of their daughter Miss I Upton's Yellow Label 1 ______ .40 r

Send your friend back north a true didn't say a word about deer. Virginia, Thursday, who' 1st home for 1 Ib. Tamp Bay Hotel .____ .40

souvenir of the south. Nothing more Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Clifford, of fie Thanksgiving holidays. Miss Til- Crystal White Soap ________ .05
"'; attractive than the Orange Blossom Georgetown, S. C., arrived this weekto hr is teaching !school at Sebring.\
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1// Clean Easy Soap ______- _-
Toilet Articles-Perfume, Toilet Wa- spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Clifford's -,Their son, Will Mason, is expected today
For Christmas Lenox Soap _______ __ .05
ter, Talcum and Face Powder. For parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. from Camp Wheeler. He ,will ---- -

/" sale CORNER DRUG STORE. ,Cannon, on Emmett street have a five day, furlough. from mili-. Grand Ma' Walhi .Powder .05

.f Mayorby J. S Cadel went up to Jacksonville i I Mr. and Mrs.'J. J. Richards are expected tary duty --- Eagle Brand Milk _:;;_______ .22 !

;,{ Tuesday to meet Mrs. Cadel, to arrive in Kissimmee next Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ilafey and two Tall. Salmon _.___t.-______ -20 V\' .

who is returning from Washington, I Monday from Luxoria, Ark., where children, of Lakeview, Mich., Mr. and Now is the time to do Mince Meat __"____00______ .10 .
where;she has been with her mother',they are 'making an extended visit Mrs. C. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. your Upton's Cocoa, /. ">. ___- 25 1
during her late illness and death. while Mr. Richards is looking after Brown, of Benton Harbor, Mich., .

,_ Miss Janette Lawson left Thursday business. were a congenial party motoring to Christmas shopping. Select- Meat Market
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for Winter Park to attend the ,! Judge G. F. Parker", arrived from Florida and arriving in Kissimmee, r

., E. C. convention- the United 'Okeechobee City, Saturday, to look Friday. Mr. Ilafey and family will ing gifts now is so much more Loin Steak ___________...__25c ,

, ,,8rethren church. She will visit after business connected with the fall locate in Kissimmee for some time, Round Steak _____________25c t

h -"01'- friends in Maitland before returning term of County Court which is in session while the remainder of.the party wenton :, satisfactory. Have engraving Chock Steak _______________20c

.r. .: home. .' this' week. He was accompaniedby to Tampa, Sunday. your Roast _._____._______20c to 25c .
Mann and P. B. Bryant, two his family who. visited. relatives Mr. and Mrs..S. A' Bogue have returned y
W.
J. done early. All Rib Stew _________.-__15c. to 25c
citizens of Sapp, were here while. here. from Plant City, where they -
/ prominent Pork Chop ____ _________,25c 'f
afternoon / visited their daughter, Mrs. F.. E. -
a short' time Wednesday Mrs. A. J.' .Westcott, accompanied '
I celebrated free of Pork Roast ____ _________.25c
enroute to Kisslmmee d combined by her daughter, Miss Edith, her Faulknet While there they ,goods engraved charge _

\ business and pleasure trip. The niece, and her guest Mrs. R ''Creel, their Golden wedding anniversary Pork Stew .__________.._::..20e

.. Standard, Macclenney. arrived here Wednesday from Pleas- which occurred on the twentieth of W. also a full En.. of cured
carry
M. Miller returned home from antville, N..3., "where they have been this month. Mr. and Mrs. Bpgue areto' .
!; M. W.: E. SANDERSON CO. Meats:; COM in and eo as. Free
be congratulated on having a retrospect .
":: his hunt In South Georgia'last week. spending the summer.. The party left ", ,
He 'left the other member of the for their winter home in St. Cloud of fifty years' of married life, INCORPORATED tlelinl1.fa. i city.
# woods and' stated that: Thursday with the exception of Mrs. and (their many warm friends here
S \ .p.rly'ln the Jewelers and Optomitrttt '
: l J tWto the time he left several tur"lieys .- Creel,.who will,,make her home with ,wish .them many more' ,happy'' .anniIverrarle. Phone. ;176I ,

" 'and a, deer boa been killed. her sister, Mrs.'RfB.. Savage.. I .. ., I II
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- - -- --,--- -- TICKS. raise the standard of their herds.
YEAR FOR
I A BAD ,.
I The Southern States will have taken

The Dining Ro oE'theManhattan >> CROP PESTS: NUMBER 12 I'' KeepinglburselfWelr Here are some-of the reasons given big strides toward their position as a .I
I to .which '
cattle-raising country
of great
Hotel Dm* it County Food Commfo.tofl by the United Mates Department entitle them. J
their 'natural'advantages
I --- I l. That Lingering Coldis Agriculture why December 1st, 1917, ...".".....;. ,'"
I'. Now Open This Is the 12th of a series of art!. solute control will be a memorable nay In the Southern Subscribe for the Valley Gazette. -:.
4 Mr*. R. B. Savage ,, Owner and Mar I des, covering the control of the various Pickle Worm is probably the insect steady drain on
a your States
insects and diseases we may ex next in importance aa to damage tc : the DuMM That Dost,Not Affect the Nod
pert on bur Florida trope I shall en Cantaloupes aryl Is !most hard to con. physi stamina. It Im- t An area greater tl>.an ever before Bec.
I deavor to give directions for avoiding) trol because its habit of eating maker poverishes the blood freed from Federal' quarantine T1VH BROMOQUlNINBIitwttcrtluuionUBMrQuinine. ...s doe not c.WM nervouiDCM nor

,.trouble as far as possible, for recognizing effective poisoning Impossible. On distresses the digestion, "against the cattle fever tick will have novinc In head. Remember of B.: the W.full ORQVB.mm and lOcI..
G mm FOIIPIEB ; it when. it appears, and for the young plants it bores ihto the buds,,, and exhausts your vigor.It been released between March and De look lor tile trnmmr
!best control. These articles cannot blossoms! and stems, lut when fruits affords a, fertile field'for cember. '
coverall individual needs, so I Invite form the attack is on 'the melons only serious Infection and is A broad wedge of free territory

personal correspondence, whether and always from that portion restingon likely to become chronic. will have been driven through the A 1
SELLSFire from the, backyard 'garden or com the ground. A trap crop of early tick lines to the Gulf of Mexico; including

mcrcial plantings.Canlaloupra.. squashes destroyed. 'at right time You Needn't Sufferfrom the whole Stite of'Mississippi. .
Life,Accident and. I ( helps to, guard the cantaloupe: crop, OR'O '

))owl r mildew ran be readily:recounted .' but prompt gathering of all infested it if you will take Peruna More than half of the 728,565'
Health Plate Glass, Liability '' becjiuac it first shows in the yd- vines and, fruit, thus allowing few of and use prudence in avoiding souare miles heavily Infested in 1000, t. O

Iodine of the older loaves In the ccn- I the insects ,to coma tc maturity andbreed exposure.' Peruna clears up will have been 'pronounced clean. BONES

and Boiler, Insurance.: tee of the plant, therefore) in lookingovr succeeding generations Is l most ,catarrhal conditions., Thousands Farmers will be free to ship their', '

Legal Bonds' Executed .j the field I I these ,'yellowed IlI'eas jl essential: One adult produces around have proved this to any cattle to the great markets for competition RUBBER COPPER .
show regularly ut each hill.! Or] 300 worms, therefore the grower of fair person. Get a box of the on their own merits with TIRES BRASS

Same Day Needed. ; closer examination pale green to, yel. should readily Realize the necessity tablets today-prove It your- other,cattle, and' not) under the quarantine TUBES LEADROPE '
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I kw angular spots will 1 be found most; thorough control' early in the self. Many handicap which. requires sale SCRAP IRON e"
which later dcV -'op' a faint violet col:; season when usually the numbers are prefer the at buyers' prices Tor immediate )

OFFICE, : State Bank. Building !.oring, ruuseil. by the powdery pore so few they are left unmolested.of Whenit do Doth liquid,, form.are slaughter. SEND IT TO US WE REMIT PROniTtf
is realized that hordes worms
of the fungus (;'n sing the disease. t n good.Atyourdrug.. Cattle will 'increase in Value, Write For PriceistPtMHSVLMMFTALCa!
not appear'spontaneously, but are, in< I,
: Bordeaux mixture
Spray J thoroughly with I weight, milk production appearance, '
,:S-8-CO homemade,'formula or' S : stead, the progeny of the'' few worms gists. health, productivity and length of life,

KODAK FILMS pounds: fommcri'inl, paste to 50 gallons) the groker disregarded a few weeks 1111 POUR4 Farmers will be able to bring tp I 6 87 c.BAY JACKSONVILLE.
Developed lOc a Roll wator. Repeat ,spraying every weekor earlier, a grl'at'advance will be made COMTANTCW.BhM.Oki.' their:' farms better stock and thus

,Prints, 2, 3 and 4c each two, according to weather condi in insect control, ' .
Something new-not the prices, tions. :Melon Worm: So far as fruit is

but what you get for them. Ia>af blight shown in small brown concerned, the melon worm does the .,.

"FLIMS," .. spots marked by concentric, rings. The I same damage as the )pickle worm, bu'tIinstl'lid A BOOM 1 IN:" FARM: BUtLDItNG.rWsrl ; .

P. O. Box 1319 Pensacola, I'U. spots dry and cause the leaf 4o curl I Ilat.ir1.h.'V'I ,of, bring' into: the vines aI'J1',) ----... ,,-

,...."' . .-.-., ,. .., dI&'Openj"'If'' ''' {i4ffJuit'1'il'IJ'IItlmed \ !\ legf alkevit, ,if.II... 3tlreejYauhflr; !' :. I\'ih l.roHWCoiiiirIntotHural: miprovt'mt'ntll Seed-Potatoes
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......o.ooo.cCtOOGO. but .the melon are of no': leaves! and. thus allows .a partial control the Country Over.If .
1 I I by spraying. Use arsenate of
value being soft and' insipid. Spray
M. 'TILLER i Bordeaux mixture and rotate ', lead paste, 3 pounds to '50 gallons the future fulfils the promises of
with
II crops I'water, or Bordeaux spray in addition the present, some rural districts\ of I Maine Grown Selected Seed I ISpauldiDc'
Estate Agency.
Real
Anthiucnose! attacks: all purls( of the ; to the measures advised for the pickle this country will .be transformed in

fff.as..fsn.na..n..s Realty bought and sold. f I vine, showing lrl"nlpots, in irregular on the.,stem elongatedlight dark I'I worm Striped Cucumber Beetle has'in the appearance' within the next will year or . No. 4 Rose,' Early Red Bliss Triumph, Irish 'Cobblers.
transformation
That come
Houses rented. the leaves, past been considered almost beyond two. .
blotches of brittle tissue in : 't '
Taxes,paid and Title verifiedfor and sunken spots with pink centers on I control because, though it is an eat- about through \\.J1e. building of biggerand We are now ready to receive order and make\ -contractsfor

non-residenti. II' the fruit, 'While the tendnle and buds ing insect, it is most adept in avoiding better, farm homes, bigger and November, December and January Delivery.Write .

Fire, Life<- and Accident In- turn black and die. Often the infest poisoned areas. gardener from better barns, and a tremendous increase for prices, stating quantities and varieties wanted. Our ..
surance.' 'II ed fruit tastes latter. Spray as for I ;Michigan ought' to us the simple in the numbers of bins, cribs, Seed Potatoes are the highest quality Maine Grown selected seed.

Indemnity Bond Downy Milfw. I remedy of scattering flour! or cornmeal implement sheds, garages, hog houses We are familiar with'the conditions in Florida and our need stockis
I Southern flight is better known in over the vines. His statementthat < poultry houses and all the .various selected., You should plant Maine grown seed for,best results.
."O t' .'OOO' .44. 1 nur tomato and pepper fields and will the Bpetles\ would'cut it; swell up other forms of outbuildings necessaryto
I '- -- under Tomato heading I I and die has been proved over and over the business of modern fa ing.
lie taken up rip
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r 1 li'ter. When attacking cantaloupes !I again, so do not hesitate to try it.. The farmer, on the top wave of pros Write for Descriptive Seed Catalog

the fruit first shovrs a slight rot i i ,Cantaloupes are also attacked by perity, is going tq put his "war prof-
W GRIFFIN : where it touches the g1'ound. This develops plant bugs, thrips, red spiders and its" into improvements on "the place,"

I a f rmge of white ", fungus I I'I root knot been, control of which has ,already and those improvements will include E. A. MARTIN SEED CO.Corner :, .
given.
threads which soon cover the whole whatever comforts conveniences
Staple and FancyGROCERIES I Carrots. ..' Xewnan and Bay, Jacksonville, Fla.
fruit. and in which there may lie founaIllter he may have lacked in leaner years.
small round bodies from dirty Soft Rot sometimes attacks carrots, Those who make a business of Oldest Established and Largest Seed House in the State. :.
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I white to dark brown in color-"-the I !generally: starting at the crown. Crop watching the trend of industrial activity -

germs of the disease which live from rotation la the only control. The rot say that while unprecedented f
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season to season in the ground. Rotate also attacks turnip, radish, parsnip, prosperity is the principal reason for .
Free Delivery to all Parts $ I' crops, excluding tomatoes, peppers 1 onion,.celery, and the fruit of tomato, the widespread activity in rural building -

of the City and bean eggplant, and pepper. Cauliflower, i that is not the only reason. They
1 1J Wilt: The cantaloupe is susceptible Irish potato, sweet potato, and beet say the American .farmer--and his CELERY PLANTS FOR SALE, .

.... .o ...o..o..oooo..o 4 I to three kinds of wilt, but the are immune. wife and children as well- is just
Bacterial wilt i is by fat the most common (To be continued.) awakening to the realization that he .
W. B. Crawford Lee Jarred comforts Forty Cents per hundred ; $3.OO per 1000. /
This causes the; vine to droop need not deny himself the
CRAWFORD &: JARRELLATTORNEYSAT.LAW ltd, entire length and the plant soon 10 CENT "CASCAUETS" and luxuries of city homes just be. / !
iii... All infected plants should be removed FOR LIVER AND BOWFLS.Cure . cause he lives on the farm, and now Leave orders atIX "

Offices 4, 6r 6, and<< 7 Citizens from the field as soon ,asdis. l .hat,he has, the mon"y,coming, inhesjjgoing ,, .
ti ,Bank, Building,I ;:, 'lu,, j (covered tjj and?the&'field llV-jsprayedIwiUi*&*< t* |tS Sick Headach Conalipation,. i ;oj enjoy? {thosejadvantagee: ;: Waters & Carson Grocery Co.
t .Kissimmee; : .' ." ';,;"\iFloricb;,\.,,', pounds arsenate ofll"ad! paste tel ,0 Biliousness Lour Stomach, Bad Fu rth rmore;|(:the [farmer |isJ finding .

gallons water to 'ill_the nsects which p Cathartic .?ufthat hl buying,/power, o he bay
e R. P.StateBank. .
C THRASHER IPB PISH ? | '
i cart t disease from plant to plant mg power of the commodities he produce ,
EJ METAL WORKER I\otate crops,' avoiding watermelons, 'No odds how bad your liver, stomach on the farm, is in the purchase

Mttal Roof Pat on and cucumbers, and squash.: The other or bowels( ; how much your headaches of many desirable things, just about
Guarantied wilts should be treated the same way. how miserable you are from twice what it was a few years ago.

PHONE I49.K KISSIMMEE FLA Aphis (plant lice-honey dew) : The constipation, indigestion: biliousnessand He finds that especially true when heroes
!I control of aphis was given in Article sluggish bowels-you always get to ,buy building materials, and

DR. W. W. CARSONDENTIST I IX, but they are so very destructive ''Tt'lief'Iln Cascarets, They immediately hat is why'he is preparing all over
in the cantaloupe field! special mention '- cleanse and regulate\:( the stomach he country to equip his farm with
should be made under this head- remove the sour, fermenting food nodern structures' including the
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Office over Pilley BuldingOffice I ing. The grower should keep careful I and foul gases; take the excess bile lome. A load of corn or wheat, or a i ibale /
(MT1*. Phone Hours fag Residence: S-IS. 1'Phone-( I. I I watch for aphis infestation. The from the liver and carry off the constipated of cotton, or a fat steer or hog I
O*.'Xdmlnlstcred for Kxtractloo of insects will be found on under sides waste matter and poison will buy twice as much lumber as it Kissimmee
Teeth I
jf leaves, "and should .be killed before i from the intestines and bowels. A 10. I would even four years ago,which naturally -
O. F. KRIBBn W. J. :JTBHL: hey cause the leaves to wilt and curl 'ent.bOX from your druggist will keep I suggests that this ?a fine time
KRIBBS & STEED mder. The sticky excretion, "hon- your liver and bowels dean; stomach to trade farm products for building The eyes of the worldare

ATTOKNKYS:: AT LAWLeg.h ;y-dew," is a sign of their presence. j1 sweet and head clear for months. They m teria1. Since the European war begAn ,

business of all kinds (,!In. Tobacco spray correctly applied is ab. work while you sleep.Fertilizer', the price of lumber has advanced

prong attention. only about 28 per cent., the statis- the man'who
Office 11 and II State Bank Bide. . icians say, while the prices of ninetyilx on -
Klsaimmee Florida. other important commodities, including -

farm products, have made an '
Fill Jhaiton O. P, Oarr. < tyerage advance of 127 per cent. Why
JOHNSTON A GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW umber prices have not soared along

with the prices of most everything -1'
else is something of a mystery, but 1'J
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Offtoen 10. 11 and 12 Citizens B.n1Building the :fact remains they have not. And

," that is why the farmer is getting out
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XI".' i1!* With full realization of the disastrous influence of and to
fie hammer saw preparatory J
s the war on all business s rou tine, our buyers have put fixing up," before lumber prices take ,
LEWIS CYBRYANATTORNEYAT.LAW forth unprecedented effort to secure the greatest advantages to scooting; upward. r

possible for our trade. for a moment 'i
PAUSE young man,

Warring Building. Full StockRight PricesWe 7 thought to self. The (i

Co Id f problems that confront you now, or' .

J. W.. THOMPSON have a complete line of fertilizers: and the What a' l fifty you year want old remedy is quick that relief has proven Bete'. will a few years hence.

greatest stock of fertilizer! materials ever known in beneficial,for millions. Try it yourself.
Funeral DirectorAND I I the State of Florida. Price are higher than in normal Soldbyall druggists. Look about yon-the men'of affair ia couatry, state, nation- ',
: : times, but are as low as consistent with exist Dr yes, ia the world, are the mea who started to save early ia life. ''-

ing conditions. o They have the respect and confidence of the community; ;1

.f'' LICENSED EMBALMER Ideal Formulas H t I'scOVerYfor Thea look oa the other,side-at tie fellow who spend ail llbeymakethey

'. ; may have. a food time for a while, but what doe their ,
Store and Chapel.N Stewart Ave personality reflect?
Coutfhs) s Colds nr
ltJulmm. Fla. Our :formulas all have the same perfect propor- .
A dollar or so deposited In this bank .
will be the ,
I tioning and blending of ingredients, that have made Dial! ? a io..l Constipated nucleus of ",
honorable
Whenever You Need a General Tonic I their superior field value the past quarter century.. "Dr.King'sNewLife: Pillscauaea healthy aa ,independent c reer. ,
Take Grove*. flow of Bile and rid your Stomach Make'your beginning now today. Your bank +.
in de
has not been sacrl need the slightest
;Th Old Standard Grove's Tasteless Quality and Bowels of waste and fermenting book will i pat the way. ,
chill Tonic is equally .valuable as a gree. Write for catalogue and ,price list. bodypoicons. They are a Tonic to
M General Tonic because: it contains the your'Stomach and Liver and tone the Capital stockResource ------________ ____ ____ 100000.00
; well known tonic properties of QUININ B general system. First doae relieves. over ---___:_____________________ 400,000.00 _
a and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives Wilson Toomer Fertilizer Co. Get a bottle today. 25c. all drvtgiats.J -' d
cot Malaria, .Enriches the Blood and __ Officer and Director .- ,
,BaDda lip the Whole System. 60 cents. Manufacturers; IDEAL FERTILIZERS LAX FOS I
What is
-. Dealer. in Spray Machine* and In ecticid.. .. C. A. CARSON. President M. KATZ and E., L. LESLEY Y-P. ,
'CORRESPONDENTS WANTED ux-ros is AllIIIPIO'< '
Jacksonville,. Florida ROMA THOMAS Caahier __
"- A Digestive Liquid Laxative, Cathartic .''
The Gazette wanta correspondent and Liver Tonic.; Contains C.saraBark, N. C.: BRYAN. N. B. CARSON I .-
i in every community in Oaceola county. Waters & Carson Grocery Co, Local Agents Blue Flag Root, Rhubarb Root Black C. A. CARSON, :FLEMING, M.:; KATZ. t :'J '
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will thepaper and E L. LESLEY:
Send in the news, it help Root,May Apple Root SennaLeavea '! S WADE t
and wfll.keep your reckon be-" .... I I Pepsin Combines strength with palatable .. TUCKER,. DIreete.- . I,
-StI!" the pabIk. aromatic. taste.,Doe not gripe. SOc a 4ttlrr
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\\\MEETING\ 0 F .VETERANS: .. 11*'

Devil Abdicates His ,ThroneIn J I I J application Jacksonville.to the Collector's office at ..J.'IFLt !' v

.. ... These returns should be Immediately air
The Veterans' Association met Saturday Favor' of Kaiser Wilhelm
' secured and carefully filled out in &eIfWouldn't
Nov. 24th, _.t'2 p. m... with be on Tuesday Instead of on Monday: accordance with the instructions contained -
in the chair. --
"President Kenney evenings '
Prayer by Rev Stewart, Chaplain Louis Syberkrop of Creston, lit., pre me, for you have no, mercy; you on the return, and the original
has much fame In recent have consideration for the and duplicate at onca forwarded to I
"Wlstcott not being present. Notices acquired no baby
oO+HH O 00 ..o-.c+o+ooGo the Collector
01 articles lost and found. The St. weeks as author of satire,on Kaiser clinging to its mother's breasts as with the remittance to
LOCALS 004fiG ,1'' both down I into cover the tax in cases where tax la
Cloud yell was then given: Hep, Wilhelm. they go the deep to.
'rah; Hep, Hurrah; St. Cloud is Requests have come to 'him from gether, only to be torn apart and leisurely shown, to be due.
and better Tumulty, Secretary Daniels and Theodore devoured by sharks down -The law imposes severe penalties
among
0 stay; Bigger every .. .
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9 I |/:Wonder city ,of the! U. S. A. ] -' Roosevelt, and people in every the corals. for failure to make the'return: and
: We are glad,to see W.,.G. King out pay the tax as required.
i "" It. Reagan made an interesting again, after a ten days \illness. State of the Union and in Canada "You've Done Good WorK.( I
i like.to
Ti Beech on Patriotism. have asked for copies of Mr. Syber. the you give'
have battle-
"I strolled
I Mr.. Fred Phipps arrived home,last article. .follows over the family as light and Klavory
I Collection, amounting to 2.33 was krop's It, fields of Belgium and France. I have GOSPEr TENT MEETINGS :;
few fur-
Sunday evening: on a days' muffins as eaten I
hey've ever
taken "The Infernal ,Region, seen your hand of destruction everywhere -
social leaders .were lough. -. -made without expensive
The following tv June' 281917.. ; it's all your work, superfiend \
Mr. W., M. Lawton Is going to open Meetings at the Gospel, Tent are butter?
.appointed tor'the month of December} "To Wilhelm von Hohenzollern, King that I made you. I" have seen" the
First Saturday, Byron Lill. up a grocery store in the Makinson' ,' of Prussia, Emperor of all Germanyand fieldsofPoland; now a wilderness,fit progressing nicely, and the interestIs We know of no better way ,
Second Saturday, Rev. Stewart., building. a Al increasing. The weather of late .
envoy extraordinary'of. for, prowling( beasts only; no'me ry to introduce you to good,
Third Saturday Mrs:,. Worrell. 'J. M. Huffman is here ,on a furlough : lias been somewhat inclement becauseof
; mighty'God: children in. Poland all
... ,now; they succumbed Wholesome Cottolene than
'' the cold., wave which has
Fourth Saturday, W. ti.: T. U. and expects to remain until December ."1 can call you by that familiar to Trout and starvation I recently through this muffin recipe.

The President, made some approprli. 12th. name, for I have always been very drifted down into ,Galicia where for- swept over the country, but'plenty' of
ate remarks on writing letters to sol Mr. and Mrs. Nickols, from Bridge- close to 'you, much closer: than you merly Jews and Gentiles lived happily oil stoves were placed in ,the tent ." If you should use your own

diers. port, :Conn, are here. and pleasantly could, ever know together; ; I found but ruins and ashes. which made it very comfortable for recipe,' use one-'hird..less of
The meeting was then" given' In located on Maryland avenue, In Mrs. "In the days of Rome I created a I[ felt a.curious pride, in my pupil, for the congregation' notwithstanding. We Cottolene than you.. would of I I

Charge' of Miss Cathcart; who had the Slamson's house. roughneck known in history as Nero; it was all above, my expectation. I are heating the tent every night when butter. ,

program for the social hour. Mrs, Matilda Slawson, who has been he was Vulgar' character and suited was in Belgium when yqu drove the the :weather is cool so"all may be assured RECIPE t
of a warm tent in which to
r.l'A\- ."'.nlo-Merle." ...,..... .,._"' ,...1' ,()mason.r" "...;;1......""' .. !Alp\ {y eumt3cjyi; Waverly! my! .purpose at that:.particular time. peaceful population ,before' you likerattleinto"alascr3aaiJGO1 : spend ,
some profitable evenings
Duet on violin and piano-Mrsv Kans., and other; places o'flerest, 'Itrtheaermalern l'ct&y.lw avolaseiqdemenand : ; P4r.fi ; to Muffins S 5's

Barber and Mr. Carver. arrived home Saturday evening efficient lIup r.rriminal,, was needed man and wife 'and forced them to' gtthexta h ; pI6l"lHOSCmai" \ iir x! s .ltt;t:6lespgoMs I".CeI\"Ji'" .-..-. ;
Recitation-Goldie Groves. I know the Hohenzollern press themselves being well pleased tablespoon augarJ'l}(cup. milk fl egg I:
and as hard labor in trenches. I have !
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. S. Cooper av seen
with the 3 lifted flour 3, level
presented. cups | teaspoon
subjects
Song-Miss. Taylor. blood I picked you as my special instrument the most fiendish rape committed on' :
,
rived Friday evening from Toledo, Prof. Niehaus and wife are provid baking powder| 1 Kant teaspoon salt.
j Music on. banjo Hatton, This; Iowa, for the winter and are pleas. to place on earth an annex' young women and those who were Sift together flour, baking powd.r I
ing good music, and calls are comingup
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bones by Mr. Sill. be. of hell. forced into maternity were 'cursingthe and tall. Ad4 melted Cottolene sugar
antly located on Eighth street, '
from: the congregation for a repetition and milks
Mrs. Cat 'art.M egg r
Reading- Other Satanic Gifts."I father of their offspring and I began
tween Florida and Ohio avenues.
of some of the songs ren
slc-.frs..Barbe7and Edith Hartod. -
New gave you abnormal .ambition, to doubt if my own inferno was
York
Mr. and Mrs. Chism, of dered.
have arrived for the winter and are likewise an over supply of egotism really up to date. .On a recent evening' Evangelis); C. Cottolene1"It a

RED CROSS-DOINGS. {pleasantly located with Mrs, Phipps, that you might not discover your own Hailed as a Wonder. R. Magoon" presented a very Inter- *Natural ShoHmiimr, .
and Eleventh failings; I twisted your mind to that "You have taken millions of dollars
on Maryland avenue esting and profitable discourse on At grocers In tin I
The entertainment at the St. Cloud street. of a mad man with certain normal from innocent victims and called it "The Great Day of the Lord." Bas of convenient sia*>

Tote| on Monday last was very well tendencies to carry you by, a most indemnity; you have 'lived fat on the ing his remarks on Isa, 61:2, the
patronized and was a great success dangerous character placed in power; land you usurped and sept the real speaker declared:

both financially and socially.The ATiTHE CHURCHES I gave you the power of a hypnotistand owners away: to starvation. You have "L believe tat}) the coming of the foresaw
young folks enjoyed the danc- a certain magnetic force that you strayed away from legalized\ war Lord is very near and I.pot only wantto He f His professed people
ing very much and the old-fashioned might sway your people. I am responsible methods and introduced a code of be ready for that most solemn would suffer as a>result of their

t lancers was!' danced by folks who had PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH for the deformed arm that your own. You have killed and robbed event, but I want to sound the warning rejection of the only one 'who'could t

, not practised the Terpsichorean art Morning services, ,11:30 a. m. % hangs helpless on your left, for your the people of friendly nations and destroyed that others also may be ready save them from their sins. The de.strudlon
for the past forty years. Miss Althea Evening services, 7 p. m. crippled condition embitters your life their property. You are a when lie shall of Jerusalem is but "It pic
Christian Endeavor, 6 p. m. and all noble Impulses that comer ture of what will the'earth,
Miller most little lady was destroys liar and bluffer of the come upon "
a graceful Bible School 9:30 a. m. a hypocrite a "There may be some who questionthe
much admired for the severafspeclal Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7 p. m. might otherwise cause me anxiety, highest magnitude. You are a part soon-coming'of the Lord, but theydo in a greater degree in;: the last days

ey dances performed by her. She was R r. J. T.,W. Stewart, pastor. but\ your strong sword arm is drivenby of mine and yet you pose' as a pw so without good reason The Bible'Is la the words of another:
.
'. _____ ____ that all 'Christ[ ,
flit- ,like a little fairy on the floor and wad your ambition) squelches sonal friend of God.. Ah, Wilhel P, very plain in reference to this question saw in Jerusalem 'sym
LIVINGSTON MISSION METHODIST sentiment and pity; I placed in your bol of the world hardened unbelief .
of the
greatly applauded. The thanks you are a wonderl! You wantonly destroy and all who will may have an un- t
Association are due to Mr. Carpenter, EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev. soul a deep hatred for all things all things in your path and derstanding of the times in which we and rebellion, and hastening on to ,"

, Mrs Sanford. Mr. Leon Lamb and I H.'H. Bowen, pastor. lish, for of all nations on earth I Eng-I leave nothing for coming generations."I live. The people inthe time of Noah meet' the retributive. judgments of :

_ Mrs. Bailey for the assistance that, Sunday services: England most; wherever : was amazed when I saw you did not understand what was coming God. >:
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. her flag she brings order out Subject for tonight "Present Truth
plants ,
*J..._ they ao. freely gave to make the eve- form a partnership with the impossible upon the earth because tJey'would) ,
Preaching 10:30 a. m. of chaos and the hated Cross followsthe for This Generation." .<
ning a success. Junior Epworth League, 8 p. m. Turk, the chronic killer of Chris- not heed the message given by the
Union Jack under her rule wild "Who
Cards and other games were played Epworth League, 6:30 p. m. ; tians, and you a devout worshiper in faithful prophet of God. They 'knew Saturday night, 'Changed the .---
In 'the other reception rooms, and a General Class Meeting 6:30 p. m. tribes become tillers of the soil and the Lutheran church. I confess, Wil- not until the ,flood came and took Sabbath
Preaching, 7:30p. m.. in due time\ practical 'citizens; she is Sunday night, "The United States :
spent ,
enjoyable evening was helm
very you are a puzzle at times. A them' all away; so shall also the com-
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7 p. m. Nvilizer of the globeand in "
'The decorations in the dining room the great Prophecy. ;
Official Board Meeting first Mohammedan army commanded by ing of the Son of man be. Math
American and the Allies' flags every HATE HER I planted in your soul C. R. MAGOON, Evangelist.Engrvet .
German officers Vne another
,\;: were, Tuesday, 7 p. m. cruel* assisting 24:39.: They were without excuse.
if'''':! The next meeting will be on TuesdayDecember Sunday School Board Meeting second a hatred for your mother because in massacreing Christians is a new "The Lord speaks of this day as follows 8Id"Wed..
3rd and the hostesses Tuesday 7 , ahe was English, and left my Calling Ci-rds: {
m.
: p. line of warfare. : 'Howl ye; for the day of the ding Invitations, Engraved and Embossed
W. F. M. S. Ladies' Aid and'class friend Bismarck to fan the flameI
will\ be lMrs.v..1Jedrick, Mrs., Carlson good The Pupil Now the Master. Lord Is at hand; It shall'come as a Stationery can be secured at
work announcement: iAlii i-'. j// ,. (I
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and I Mrs$ ervkvPlease( not upon J had kindled.,, .Recent,history. proveshow3wellilourg the Gazette of AGO. Let > show
\\ $, ,": seats[free.t:'All ;weloome,to all rwhen-a Prussian'officer can :'wit destruction from tho' Almighty. nt you
".that in future the entertainments will .meetings. .(...'-.'. broke royal'mother's heart butI
your by a swarthy Turk, committing every' man's heart' shall' melt;; and A want ad. in the Valley' Gazette
'
KISSIMMEE GROCER THANKFUL I me to take Mayr's Wonderful Rem' gained my purpose. a double murder with one cut of his they shall-, be afraid; pangs and sorrow will rent .
re
"The inherited disease of the -Ho- your,8 pa rooms.Upholstering
edy about 4 months ago, which sabre, and calmly stand by and see a shall take hold of them. < . .
"I had been sick nearly 20 I henzollerns killed father just as
years I did and ,now weigh 151 lbs. and can your house full of innocent Armenians And I will punish the world for their
with stomach trouble and was slow eat anything. I am very thankful it will kill\ you, and you became the locked up, the house saturated, with evil, and the wicked for their iniquity.' .

)'starving to death -as everything Iate :' for Mayr's Wonderful Remedy.It ruler of Germany and ,a tool of mine oil and fired then my teachings did Isa. :f3::6.11. There can be no doubtas if a

caused terrible gas and pain and is a simple, harmless preparationthat sooner than I expected. not stop with you, but have been ex- to the application of this language.It .

my food did not digest. I was reducedto removes the catarrhal mucous Three Evil Spirits. tended to the whole German nation.I is 'the day of the Lord' and will not Piano WorkI

115 pounds. A friend .advisedAOnt, from)) the intestinal tract, and allaya "To assist you and. further hastenmy confess my Satanic soul grew sick bring joy to the hearts of men, but

the inflammation which'causes practically work I sent :you three evil spirits, and there and then I knew the pupil terrible fear. do Upholstering and Repair

all stomach, liver and intestinal, Nietzsche, Treitschke and later Bern- had become the master. I am a back "Men will be terribly surprised Work on all kinds of furniture>,
ailments, including appendicitis. Qne hardi,. whose teachings inflamed the number, and, my dear Wilhelm, I abdi- when that day breaks upon the
dose will convince or money refunded.J youths of Germany who in good time cate in your favor. The-great key of world. It will come all unawares, and guarantee satisfaction or no

Z. Roberson, druggist. would be. wiUing'and loyal subjects hell will be turned over to you. The '{'or as a snare shad) it come on all pay..
n y and eager to spill their blood and pull gavel that, has struck the doom of them that dwell on the face of the

GIRL'S STATEMENT. WILL your chestnuts!! yours and mine; the damned souls since time began Is whole earth. Watch ye therefore, PIANOS

$4x v HELP KISSIMMEE. spell has been perfect-you cast your yours. I am satisfied with what I ana pray always, that yc may . .
ambitious eyes toward the Mediterranean have done; that my abdication in your stand before the Son of man.' Luke If your piano needs tuning,

?sl Here is the girl's.own story! : "For Egypt, India and the Dardan favor Is for the very best interests 21:34-36.: Another testimony is, regulating or refinishing, let

years I had dyspepsia, sour stomachand elles, and you began your great rail of hell-in' the future I am at youmajesty's r that it will come 'as a thief in the me give you an estimate on the
constipation.. I.drank hot water way to Bagdad, but the ambitiouswife service."Affectionately. night'"when'sudden destruction cometh work. .

and olive oil by the gallon. Nothing stood in your way. It was then and sincerely, upon them, . and they shall
helped until I tried buckthorn bark, that I sowed the seed in your heart "LUCIFER H. SATAN.". not escape.' 1 Thes. 514.: But God's I am located In the Willson

glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adler.i-ka. that blossomed into the assassinationof people will not be overtaken jn this building, on Darlington avenue, SaO

ONE SPOONFUL helped me INSTANTLY the/duke and his wife, and all hell WAR TAX ON MOTOR BOATS snare; for they will recognize the and will be glad to see and talk

HANICS ." Because Adler-1-ka flush. smiled when it saw how cleverly: you USED ONLY FOR PLEASURE: signs that show when this day is with anyone having work In
es.the ENTIRE alimentary tract it relieves saddled the crime on Servia: I saw I i about to break upon the world. In these lines.

?__ MAGAZINE ANY CASE constipation; eour you set sails for the fjords of Norway Collector of Internal Revenue, Jas. that day there :will be'no hope for the

360 APTICt. 5 ( ILLUSTRATIQN5BETTER < stomach or gas and prevents appendi- and I knew you would prove an alibi.I M. .Carhcart, has received from the sinner. 'Behold, now is the accepted R. M. SOLBERG
citis. It. haB' QUICKEST action of How cleverly done, so much like your time. "' ,
anything we ever sold. Central Drug noble grandfather, who also securedan Department, forms for the return of "Christ wept over Jerusalem whenrr "

Store. assassin to remove old King Fred tax on pleasure boats, imposed ,by,, the

THANEVER erick of Denmark, and later robbed Act of October 3, 1917. I
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Your plans; for dinner, Mrs. Housewife that country of two provinces that The Act imposes the tax on all THE MAN TO GO TO II SUBSCRIBE FOR THE ;,
are just as Important in their Germany an opportunity to become I Far agb.Irrlaallo..
i gave pleasure boats, based on their lengthover ... l. ,.
15c Far fmrt .I. r ii
1'/ a copy way as General Haig's plans for a a naval power. Murder Is dirty Kor attnrmlt .... 1..1..... ....,... KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTEand
.. At Your N.wod.al.r night attack. Haig aims to get the I work, but it takes< a' lohenzollern to all, except 'motor boats of less For mile fommtrartlom.K .

Y/arlySubscription 91.BO' maximum of results -with the minimum make a way and get by. than five tons net with fixed engines, Kor rftmlnrrra roarrete brldKm ramrrrtf..work.r frm ... .....
Sen for oar flew *eat .11. Ad. County.
of material. He uses plenty, Cut Some !Master Strokes. in which case the tax is $5.00. ,
of mecAonJco/ bo.Aa
tttog WILBUR A. GINN. Gril EnrinetrN4NFOIII *
Popular Mechanics Magazine he doesn't waste any. So should you. "Your opportunity was at hand; All owners of boats affected by this ), FLORIDA !! i RATE $Z.4)O) PER' YEAR ;

North Mlchlcui AVMIM, ChicV *** That's the way you and Haig will win you set the world on fire and bells of tax should at once make applicationto

this war. hell were ringing; your rape on Bel- the office of the Collector of Inter- --

gium caused much joy; it wasthe_ beginning I nal Revenue, Jacksonville, Fla., forI

I the foundation of a perfect I I forms upon which to make returns as

MUSTANGFor Ask Your Grocer l hell on earth, the destruction of noble I I i to this tax. The forms will\ also be 261 5 :
cathedrals and other infinite works of available at the oTic( of Tucker Savage Call 0s'y '

For art was hailed with joy in the Infernal Deputy Collector, at Tampa, andJ.

Sprains Lameness, regions. You made war on friends L. Lester, Deputy Collector, at y
Sores Cuts, Rheumatism and foes alike and the murder of civil Key West. A supply of the forms has
CHEEKNEAL'SCOFFEES Kinds of
All Hauling
For
Penetrate and Heal ians showed my teachings had borne also been sent to the Deputy Collectors .
fruit. Your treachery toward neutral of Customs in charge at Pensa-I
:I Stops Pain AtC+ncee nationshastened a universal upheaval, cola, St. Andrews; Apalachicola, Car- !

For Man and Beast the thing I most desired. Your undersea rabelle, Fernandina, St. Augustine,

25c.50c.ll., At AH Dealers.LINIMENT. warfare is a master stroke' : Miami, Boca Grande,tarpon Springsand Motor 'Truck Service
from the smallest mackerel pot to the Cedar Keys, and persons owning Quick

Best By Every Test great Lusitania. you show no' favorites -' boats subject' to this tax may obtain lf l\\

; M a war lord you stand iuS -I, the forms at these offices or by direct j '

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Ugh Calomel Sickens; Salivates! ,


. We'Had Some Cold Last Winter (Mrs. J. M. Coch'rane.) '' :.

"Women and children first! This is Please Try Dad.san's Liver Tone
"
But the Citrus Industry Survived it the Jaw of the sea; :'

But why not make it a rule wherevera '
+. The cold weather, : In Florida last winter did some damage and some of our best man may beT
.. friends 'differed'' as a result of It. We, too. sustained rome losses, and we have no where roy.te'rersquencb I am sincere f My medicine does not upset liver
Let it become 'a ,
minimize the effects. Yet look the cold as law
disposition to we are disposed to upon '
perhaps a blessing in disguise, and to believe that it taught needed lessons. their thirst; nnd bowels 130'you lose a day's work.

Emblazon it over the bar-The women j
A country in which there were never Really good citrus fruits can be
and children first"The --- ------- -- - --- --- -- - - - - -
.encountered natural obstacles to com grown onlv in a limited area .even in I"
plebe prosperity such as' the vagaries Florida, Were it not for occasional Calomel .loses you a day I You druggist sells for a few cents a large
of the elements provide, would' .Indeed (cold trees would be planted so far to Kissimmee W, C. T. U. held know' what calomel is. It's mercury bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone, which
The make the ovtr-produc'
be a' heaven on earth; records the north as to '
show that Florida has no more than. tion of fruit a menace to the (citrus in its regular meeting Friday Nov. 28, ; quicksilver. Calomel is dan is entirely vegetable and pleasant to,

Y her share'of these climatic disturbances dustry. A freeze in Florida has the Mrs. Clark presiding. \Recording gerous. It crashes into sour bilo take 'and is a perfect. substitute for

-in. fact is more favored than many effect of discouraging! planting in sec: secretary absent. Mrs Evans was appointed like dynamite, cramping and sick- calomel. It is guaranteed to stark
other sections of the world. tions outside the citrus belt.) tern '
secretary pro ening you. Calomel attacks the your liver without stirring you ,up't

A.Wonderful" T to the Stability Mrs.. Wilherspoon led in prayer. bones and should never be put into inside, and,can not salivate. t
; Testimony Mrs Brown. a full report of the .;
'" I ,, gave your system. Don't take calomel I It makes you .
J of' the Citrus Industry of' This State State convention.(; $3,000 was pledged:! WhCR'011., feel bilious, sluggish, sick the next day ;fit' loses you\a day' "

n-w" t Sometimes we snow our own t.mThe grove owner who has kept !at It, to, make Florida dry. constipated, and all knocked out and work, Dodson'a Liver Tone slraWitrns -, '.'

porary losses .to cause us U> lose sight given his trees proper protection if in It was 'reported that at the banquet believe you need, a dose of dangerous you right up) and you fecr'grvnt.. :

,of ,the greater gains that have come to exposed localities and replaced. promptly the first evening it seemed all Lakeland Calomel just remember that your : Give It to the children as well. ""j.
R us for long-continued periods. To an any that were killed. lias been given from the mayor' to the humblest ;
extent come of 'us fell into this error a highly profitable return for. his investment
with each
when' contemplating* the damage' last and labor. citizen, turned'' out to vie : time In that direction."A runs of the season are virtually over' P
,Winter cold 1 did in PloriJa The wheat of large area of the other in'weleorilgig the white-i'ibbon- '
r crop a delightful reception l was given with, and we l forward for a satisfactory 't
". Now that it 'tan lie looked bark to northwest was almost a total failure, last era, This; program was called thepiopram : ay Gov. and Mrs Capper at their market to follow with suitable -
with proper perspective event reaeaeon by reason of dronjtht. This fall of 1"8; because it fell naturally J 1
neautiful l home which was enjoyed by to the hade in
fleets the rJ-al) Mnliilitv of the citrus thousands! of acres of late corn in parts .under the heads of Patriotism stability general. j
industry of the State. This >ir's crop of the north and west were, destroyed Progres8,1 50i.) A\hite-ribboners and their friends. Quotations: Good to choice grass 4 j
promises to b.. more than half the norby early, frosts and toba sell mud damaged in some parts of the .t untry. Public' i
l1'.alsizo. and is likely to for as and' service
would advocate ceasing an adJiess by the governor, who'is u good $7.50 to $8.50; common to medium -
ful-\J) ld Yet no person .1
money as an average one The Kissimmee union will take up
would- tndKating quick recuperating to grow wheal, corn or tobaccoas/ i great friend of prohibition and whom $6.50 to $7.50;' good to choice i
."arm and leg ,
of the
capacity of, the citru"II'II.hutry. slgple'crops in these sections. the work making This has I' Kansas. W C. T. U. delight to honor." stockers and (feeders 7.50' to $8;
many-tailed bandages,
Our new catalog i II a worth-while book. : medium to good $6.75 tq $7.25! ; fat
... been a special work of the W. C. T. U. 1
IX ''ou.ha\'e it not let us send you copy.: IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS;' cows> $7.30 to' $8.25; medium, $6.76
.1 . all.ovAlr..lhe.. United SLRt t es!,..aRd.tb9 ; '
'"'" ""'f1.mp: a"m.wtTiJYWMwNvat"iffiig "'"' ." y55aSiiBuckeye .'::wr''y' --t.IY.'l\1il: ; \: s r.;::; .. .. .
lui i . ; arrests, 1".1.in*,* and"there':ttM.iitv"is' =*J'FEVERISH;.CONSTIPATED. ttrc$7t10;. ;;I Cattarl: ..$6mto'r.$7p: i;.Cpfilnep >t rarl\ 'I

f' Nurseries ( calf ." $5.50 to $5.75; yearlings.$6, to $6.25; 'j
an urgent for thousands more.
I "' Gliztns Florida heretics $7 to $7.50 veals $8 to $12 :
1131 Bask Bid,., Tampa, The last Stale reportreceived is ; ; ,
M. B. GILLETT \ U. C.' GILLETT from Kanasas ',anil, it .is most ihspir- Look Mother! If tongue Is coated, .heavy bulls, $6.75 to $7.50; and light t
cleans little bowels with "Call- bulls, $6 to $6.50. I
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- irg. The convention wan! aroused to i'
/ fornia! of
Syrup Figs.
Hogs: This trade today took a sudden to
ii high/ pitch of enthusiasm.. When
spurt upwards compared with the
Mrs. Vesta Shrevesi told of the splendid t
Mothers rest market of yesterday with the top be-
easy after
program given l 1'1 the Winfield can giving
France.Vlllar,1. in "California. Syrup of Figs," beoauso in ing pushed up to $17.90, the highest .
ti schools on day accordance .I
/, a few hours all the clogged-up waste, in some weeks' This advance Was
with the law cf the state sour bile and fermenting food, gently more perceptibly shown on the good P
and of the offering for W. C. T. U. out of the bowels
have
moves .. and you weight hogs the kind averaging 190 !
work of $80 collected on that day by l well, playful child again. *r''
these in
pounds 'instances
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the school children. Sick children needn't be coaxed to up some I''
having the 20c advance while the i
take tbis. harmless "fruit laxative.
They report thai 1 at this time the
.
Million of mothers keep I it handy because lighter hogs were hardly more than .:
and sailors
'AIM'N . i work among soldiers \
NS :'M they know its action"an he stonv, lOc( higher. The demand this week I
: I met with much enthusiasm.
... naturally sell liver and bowels is prompt and sure. shows much more strength for the t

;,", o--, ... :. .. The white-ribboners- the state Ask your druggist for a bottle of( heavy hogs 'than It did last week, at "
-
-- have responded so nobly to the call "California. Syrup of FiRS," which con. I
4. "" ''- '': '-,._ .- --- '- --- ., .-' .' of Rev.. Mary Sibbttt of Wichita bins directions for babies, ohUdreD,01/ which time light weight swine ad"I.
tw -, _-- -_ .. -'- _- 4Ir- all and for vanced remarkably. Choice hogs,
.
: .wtyri... __ ,_. w tee..., -..: State!' Superintendent, that her home ages grownups.ST. I
:r 180 "
pounds $17.40 to $17.00 ,
.I w;. -- - :'-.. will no longer afford room for the up ; ..
mixed hogs 160 pounds ,
up, $1720 to rt
1 2,000 comfort bags costing more than LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET: $17.40 120to ,
; 160-pound pigs
$2,000 and the State W. C. T. U. ,' t
SPECIAL REPORT 1 $16.75. to $17; lighter pigs $16 to ,
made an appropriation for renting a
quirements of the law, in others, we room and employing help in Wichitato .f $16.75; best, rough hogs, $16.75 to

I: r.nFederal: Loan Associations J did not approve the aggregate minimum care for this important\ department.In National Stock Yards Illinois $17; and half-fat roughs, $14 t

amount required by the law, and addition to this ,$50 was sent to I, November ?191t.Today' $15.50. ,.
of the Associations did hot .' Sheep: A' firm strong undercurrenthas
some : the Y. W. C. A. at Camp Funston\ to receipts: Cattle, 7,000; I
tll1wtnc Is a. letter received by 3 DeSoto 59 83,615 have enough members approved nor furnish a W. C. T. U. room in a rest hogs 12.000; sheep 1,800. been the prevailing factor in this

.541rrtoC Fletcher from the Federal I 'I Duval 13 23.095 enough loans approved, therefore no house to be known aa "The House by Cattle: Activity continues to feature trade the past several 'days, all varieties

1..tlIt Bank at Columbia, S. C., .which 2 Ilillsbo rough 3 51.650 charters could be recommended for the Side of the Rood" and $50 to. the this trade and as the .result of commanding 25 to BOc advanceover'

t..t.t. explains the status of the Federal 1 Holmes 25 27,325 these Associations, but we are rendering Y. W. C. A. at Junction City The decreased receipts which although I..t'week' clo... Choice lan>

loran situation in Florida: 2 Jackson 36 72,370 them every assistance In order women have also -undertaken to make are still of fair..lame, though considerably 16.50 to 17.35; medlum"to"rood." .'
'
Colombia, S. C., Nov. 6, 1917. 1 Leon 11 2r,665 for them to get enough additional and give 100 comforts,,400 sheet, 200 'lighter than the' heavy runs $JI.15 to $16.25.; culls.;$13"to $le; fat i

Beaattar Duncan U. Fletcher, a Manatee 42. 78,900 members so that we can approve char pillow cases, together\ ,with 100 pillows of two or three weeks ago, the prevent sheep '$10.76 to''$11.25; choppers, ,

Washington, D. C. 1 Nassau '.' 1'1 32,070 ters for them. for the' purpose of equipping market .has advanced 10 to 15c $8.50 to $9; cann rrs$5.6fl to -e.". +

.yk+ur Sir: 2. Orange 22 51,550 There are now twenty-two Associa 100 cots supplied by tho Y. W. C. A. on steers compared with the close of Fat aged 'goats. ".&0. to $7.75; and j

',1 t',"'c to acknowledge yours of i Oc-;, 1, ,Pasco 22 20,010 tions-ready for appraisal in your at Army City, just outside Camp last week with mixed butcher cattleof kids, $8 to $10.50.NATIONAL ; I j

S. S '1 oMYRGt1: +,' in which\ askforin- f"" 'I, "! \'Polkj|(,' \\' I ''1\1'20'\ :' 1\25050\. ( State i and we have three appraisers Funston where mothers sisters, all kinds 'canners included. _sell- LIVE STOCK COM. #

Afarait4tlonlseito. AssociationaTorgan I 11.Putnam.17.21,200 working full time on these Assocla- wives and sweethearts may be able to tag at. very strong prices. The big MISSION CO. .t

"15i: <* I i '1 Florida; ;. llocated'f' num- 11 29 30,805 UonsW.: ,,', I !A'f'; Wt\\:\\> *..1'j" ,i secure: sleeping! accommodations when -

5- 5 her -0" .members, number and aggre-. '1 Washington 11 20,400 We have concluded two/bond issuesof they go to visit the acldier boys, there W. H. ARNOLD ALAN ..;MAC 5S'

t 4w Amount of loans made to date The total of loans approved by us 250,000 each,' and have just bee being: no adequate provision this DONOUGHk

Mad the number end aggregate for applicants through Associations authorized to issue the third aeries ARNOLD & 'MacDONOUGHContractor

.tAlUtlt of loans that 'have. been fa- whose charters have been recommend. of bonds of 250000. These bonds ,

.Wartb/y/ passed upon. ed is $771,425, and the total of loans have all been sold at a premium and !, Engineer, Architect }

Up to the first of November, twen- actually closed up to the fi01 No' we have our fourth bond Issue sold YOUROlUNCSARE DARLINGTON AVE. CITIZENS BANK BLDG.

Ty-Rift\} Associations had been. char- vember to the above applicants is at a premium as soon as we can get

"ceN! tn Florida, as follows 41400. No more loans have been enough mortgages closed in order for !

a closed because the applicants have us to apply for same. .iO.OOOtOODOOOotO..t.t..t..i... ..... l

a o not furnished us with abstracts show. I We have urged and insisted that

A-v 0e a k title. the applicants speed up the procur-
ing I
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Io,;: COUNTY is a;; ; of their abstracts so that we Buy Bicycle
ing can
s.d" 'aEarev In addition to the above -twenty-six a ,,
Ed '
yt4 Associations, we have appraised thir- close the loans, as you will understandthat

f, an <, ty other Associations and after going this bank is very anxious to makeas

h Ahichua 1)0) $73.200 over the reports of the local Loan good a showing ts possible. We

I. Bradford 20 20.350 committees and our appraisers we do not see why, after this bank has No matter what your business may be-grocer druggist -

""' 1 roward 32 50,610S did not in cases enough organized the Associations, had them lacpS" t t.
approve, some s tailor butcher or .plumber-if you deal with the pub'r .
: Dade 38' meet appraised, notified Associations! as to
67,660, members to the minimum re-
..__.___n n n n___ such of their members whose loans THEY WEAK OR PAINFUL? tic. deliver goods 'or render service, it !is part of that business -

have been approved and the amount Do your lungs ever bleed 7 and business needs the ; .
T Bicycle.
y; C A. CARSON. President N. C BRYAN. Secretary approved for each, and ask them to Do you have night. sweets? your .
IUre you psias la chest aDd sides
N. get up abstracts and even furnishedthe Do you spit yellow and black matter? Our Bicycle Stock .
The Waters & Carson forms for the abstracts to be Are pee M lU-.Uy Mw kW sad mm.hlncTTfceee
e_..._.........._.......... .? ,J J.4
//I ," transcribed on, they do not speed their >Are.
end! up and get the money that is here TROUBLE Is complete. We carry the best and most .serviceabl line
LUNG
for them. of Bicycles manufactured and at the very lowest prices.
You should take Immediate steps to
Grocery not only
Company Our Legal Department
check the progress of these symptom .' Our stock of Bicycle Supplies is complete. Our Bicycle
4 checks and examines the abstracts The longer you allow them to
advance and develop the more deep-
4 that are sent in, but where there are seated and serious your condition become Repairing the best. Give us a share of 'your business and
r .. -
and omissions that be
I I.' Wholesale and Retail DealenlnGROCERIES errors can nPesItfw.. Proof that L\I 1'1 If be convinced. .
remedied goes to considerable trouble Oormins b a'
relieved completely and apeedlly case
in carefully pointing out how such after case or Incipient: Luna; Disease
omissions be remedied' Chronlo Bronchltl Catarrh of the Bryan Co.
errors and can Lung. Catarrh of the Bronchial Tubes Cycle
so that they can pass the titles. Weaie and other aimllar affection air sufferers ,
who said they bad lost hope
.
doing everything we can to hasten and bad been given up by physiciansdeclare 48-4t 105 Broadway $
k
of actual into the they have been completely .
f --' farmers'the placing hands consistent money with sound cough relieved; and by other Luna symptoms Oermlne.are If due your t> . . . .... ... .. . . .. .... . . .

.ap$4040404404004R 4444444000004404 weak, lung, serious developmentsmay .
4 business judgment; and usage. We of : follow-neglect. NOW I Is the timeto '
WE SELL 0 0 WE BUT course have to insist that the appli- build be.lnon up and LUNG strengthen OERMINE your lunga.ana ..t. .. . . . ... .. ... . . .t..t..O.O..t..... .. l

... cations and procedure be in conformity Lung Oermln baa relieved Incipient

.. nAY .. with the requirements of the Fed- Lung mente of Dlseaaca.sufferer according themselves to. aa et.ue-well, Cold Storage for Fresh Meats i !
0 HIDES 4
. eral Farm Loan Act, and we have to as statement from their doctorsand I
+ GRAINFERTILIZERS the patients remain strong and la ,
-v o 0 FURS 4 insist that the evidence of title furnished splendid health to.lay.
t 9'A You take no chance when you try Eggs Vegetables Etc.
3.r; : 4 us be such that we are rea- LUNG OUHMIM1J. It Is not like cheap ,

0 WOOL <. 4 sonably sure that the*title to our security cough hrnrdlj: e.*of real nrK
4 SHINGLES'ORANGE 0 ;4. proven STORAGE RATES ON MEATS:
0 is good. Try one bottle and see for ;yourselC
.. AND 4 how quickly and splendidly It act..
.. BOXES Oi f Some of the applicants seem to A full month's supply 'which formerly Quarter of Beef ---.____l/c Ib. Meat left in Storage and a r.

.. 0 0 ALL 4 think this is mere technicality but the cost 1200.15: .If 00,you cant are now not ba satisfied had for with only Mole. Kegs --_.----__i/2Clb, cut as used _________ Ie lb. .1 ,
0 ORANGE WRAPS 4 directors of this bank cannot do other-, the benefit you have derived attar ,i..

i .4.. VEGETABLE CRATES OS .4 COUNTRY wise than to insist that the requirements . using gist for one your full bottle money, ask back.the drtic < Curing Pork ready for smoking, 1 l2c. per, pound,

... 0 : PRODUCE 4 of the law which created this Lung Oood Qermlna drug-slit, or can everywhere get U for have you Curing, 'and Smoking, 2c per found. '
4.. CRATE NAILS 0 4 banking system be complied with. If I from their wholesalers.CENTRAL ,

? .. 4t 'we get careless as to titles, this bank We Sell.and Recommend .
t ?: ' Al1t0440000000404 44004440 0040'.4 which as time goes on should be of Inestimable r : ._ Bring us your hog the day they are killed., We will do _

WA sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. aid to the farmers, wouldbe LUNG GERMINE .. .the rest. ,

Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. forced into liquidation. LI .

Fret defivcry in eity"limit: 'Phone No. 12. Yours truly, DRUG ''STORE : .

r W. M. county: agents for good fertilizers.. Ask: us for circular and prier (Signed) HOWARD C. ARNOLD, I: KISSIMMEE. ICE & COLD :STORAGE i CO.. / !. '

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: THE KISSIMMEE VALLET GAZETTE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, '1917 a oj HINT'

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and defend complainant's bill of .Oftl.''
plaint herein filed, on or before the Ird
I RUMINATIONS OF REXRex I day of December A. D. Iil7. and that
this order be published once each Week Y ?
f.. for the apace of two 4t> months prior
to said an the Kl"lmra" Valley
,,' I Gazelle ;
I was a visitor on Monday, the tions. We remained over with the Ordered and done at DeLand Florida t

t <, \r" 19th, at the home of hU old friend, genial proprietor of the Peifer House I im. the 18th day of September. .*. el

." .. \ Joe Smith. The old gentleman has and were splendidly entertained by Stearns' I JAS. W. PERKINH.'
i<. Paste q- Judge.NOTICE .
been paralyzed for some time past the host and hostess of that admirable r
.
I "wr w and is unable to walk without the use' stopping place.. for Rats ud Reaches or Dletxaxu/k1ECIITORg: ; FOR FlMAt '

1 of a crutch and is really an object of' Our postoffice department \. admirably -

.. .,". pity. Mr. ,Smith is a veteran of the i conducted; perhaps net better a..... tae high at IM.( 10 r kllllif ,.. .. Ceaaty ".fI.... ('....', O eeels c...-.
a ,'. . rwf t..; eh.y. ..._...,9J0p,0o9.000.na .< ( .4 .)', mate .f Flertda.Nolle .
.4 + Confederate war, drawing: a pensionof than any other in the state, but "'ii.,. -

$15.00 per month. His. 'faithful wife if there be one as well conducted it is Stan>Fast*.Is....>fcr_ h re e..... of ter Margsrrl...era 111.. K_.... l

makes this, amount bear their expenses certainly as good as the necessity of ....flItTY ...IYRICRNTs. -
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raising enough otherwise to the service ,,demands. The patriotism Is hereby given to all whom
It may concern that: on the 14th
pay.doctors' and medicine bills. They displayed by the admirable lady whois ADVERTISED LETTERS May A,1.J'1'r:111: apply' day to the of r

small from at its head shows that the Hon . Judge of said. Court
own a place purchased right .. Judge of Probate, for our final discharge
William Bronson coneistlnir: of about spirit Is there, for a government po. Following is the list of uncalled for as Executors. of ,the estate 'of

; ill 10 acres, which Mr. J. B, Taylor has sition, and her thoroughly. qualified letter, remaining in the postoffice at and M.rlr.r.tE.that at the Kochenderfer.asm time We deceased will pr.-

J rented. The rent will about pay taxes assistant la at all times ready with a Klsslmmee, Florida, for the two week sent saidstate our final and accounts ask for as their Executors raval.o(

\ and other expenses on the place. Mr. head full of valuable information, ending December 9, 1917. Dated November 6th, A I>. 1911'

;A. Smith was at one time a partner with ready at any moment to give you a Brooms Parris; Curry. C. J.; Cooper OLAKA\ M. HUTBON.W. M II lTTSON.V . i

, J ,- ., ', :,0'I ..- Mr Joe Williams at Whittier. Both clew to any'intricate matter that may Grant; Dillard, Mr,.; Emlinger ,. B CRAWFORD. Kxecutors. i

I <" are named Joe and both are paralyzed. I come up for inspection. Miss Elsie Mrs.. Ellen; Fox, Wm. J.; Ilessing, J. Attorney for BX cutc>r". 1-m-fm"

,, . Some of the largest fastest and Norton at the general delivery win W.; Jackson J. C.", Neilson Louis; ADMINI9TRATUR'If: '; MMICH ''i

.. ":,, ::" ';,;,;"'/,N;" best-looking Jersey hogs we have !seen I dow conducts her part of the depart- Paschal, Walter; Powcl; Mariah;, Si.
,
.,' !. ..
C..t f Ca .
ty Jrdae, <
t are found in possession of 'R. B. : ment work with a patience and dignity mons, Miss Pearl; Farnsworth, T.: M.:' Florida 4a (

"- : Ward and Ross Graves. They look 1 which, proves her qualification, Tress Paul; Viall, Mrs. E., J.; Wen .la. r. I ...t.. .f'George" R. '1'.'_... ;,

I you in the face when you go near and Mr. -Sam Luprer 'on No. 1 delivery ng, Jf.,P.' Oateeia Cooly

; them and grunt as contentedly. as If! la prompt and accurate., When B. B. SIMPSON,. ti, tlr.. li hcitrv given to all whom ,

1 Food and Health Value of they would say "No need to fear ho starts from home he rushes off Postnjaster. Sit April.may-concern.A. li 1 18.that I .shall
starvation;' look at .me and forget all without his hat and is 'soon on his NOTICE. Honorable T. M. LtufJ1hv. Judge of. said
Court a. Judge of I'rohalo, for
about it." rounds full 'of good nature and politeness final discharge. Administratrix my of

: Oranges and Grapefruit' Rex 'has been a dose observer of the 't which make ,l.im I a universal!!! The Hart Mj;;; ; 1 Corporationwill the. estate., and of that George at the K. Tatman same lime, deceased -I

potato crop raised by different parties favorite. ; hold the annual business meet. will present to said Court my final accounts

f It is ah exceedingly fortunate thing that in the'city and he finds some men Cool weather has canned! the Floridian ing at the Hart Memorial building and as ask Admnllstratrlx for their approval.or said estate ,

-" there has come about in the past,two or three like Geo. Davis making ;the finest kind' to don overcoat ,and gloves, but Monday, December 10th, at 3 o'clock. Dated, October ALMA Rth,T.'A.MORRISON.I). UI1. <

'mssyears' ,14be ter.lillderatandingogq"r:: -''J]larke, well-flavored and soft-while we must bear in. mind' that the cold All members, of the organization are 41moa Administratrix.Ttsjej101' .
. .
health values of citrus fruits. __ '+)there riteTce..a :
w.Ti'J.tKiiT'yla !
the'v Of cropaanlthat b iTSBwRL12'Al7CTlt'7ir3N ::/ ;. : ; .
patently ry same quality our grpwing is ene- : i iPresident ..
In this period of great of C .fTT p f'a ?t-.I.w.ifI.t.--] : . ,
scarcity staple
land. It.appears to me that our city ficial to the sugar cane-so' that'we ; Florida.

food products, the knowledge that oranges farmers should have some kind of an I are not injured except in our feelings MISS .ELIZABETH AULTMAN, 1. re Ealate .f "....1.1 Eaaw..a--Oe.

and grapefruit! possess the elements of food organization and consult with each ] and 'a little fire can cure that 2t Acting Secretary. _.!. v..t,..

and health value will cause them to be eaten other as to the best method to be disorder. i To all Creditors; Legatees, Distributees
and all Persona. having Claims or
freely by many people who formerly. regarded adopted in raising this truly useful | Our Red Cross organization' is do. Demands against said Kstate!
them luxuries. You, and each of you are hereby notified
as
vegetable.:, Almost -,ever) other use I ing a splendid' work and the noble and required to present any

This not only will hav the effect of keep. ful toilers have their unions, where I' ladies who are )supporting that Instl- Drop Us a CardFOR claims either of and you.demands may have which. you. or

ing the American public in better health and they meet and consult with each!| tution deserve well of their country.To estate of Daniel Kintwoort. :C..tAi..hd,

able to do more of the work now demandedof other as to ways and means of car see what this country can do when PRICES ON late undersigned of Osceols.Administrator County. ,Florida.of said. to the...'

It but alpo/ will release vast quantities of tying on their business and we see once aroused is abundant proof that tate hereof., within two years from'Hha date

staple foods for shipment across the water "' no reason why our city tillers of the that patriotic spirit which so well becomes Dated October 1st. A. 1). ItlT
Sweeping Compound
for our soldiers and 1heir allies. soil should not adopt the same sys the American citizens is not 4J-'t A. B.Attmlnlstrater.DROUGHT,

tem. We urge them to try It. confined to the soldiers and male por I
That citrus fruits have '
a place foods
as Rex is most emphatically in favor tion of our country. Our ladies 'vol. I NOTICE Of KXBCUTOIl f..
and in preserving health has been made -

known to the people of, this countryb'y) the of the graded school system. In visiting untarily do a service which material. The Gore Disinfectant ColORLANIO .. Ceert .t c....)' J.dde. _r.j

educational work of among the families in this vicinity ly aid the cause i CMty.. State .( VUrlta

of growers 16 d by cooperative the Florida organizations Citrus he finds very' small children to Court convenes this week and the FLA. <<.tf I .. r. Estate!: .- l-Jea W. T.......

Exchange. Now the facts have been ,,recognized whom you can give an example like expectation of meeting to many old Notice Is hereby1ren to alt when
the following: 6 plus 4 plus 3 plus 2 friends from different parts of the It may eoncunD that by high authorities and the government HIT. I shall apply te f
officials are teaching them. equals what and they will tell, you county creates a feeling of expectancy HI t I IIIIMIIIIIIIillll R.--H"o :::. .. T. K. Murphy.Judre e(
said Court as Judge of fee 1 w
in the shortest possible space of time 'Which is certainly agreeable, Probate y
final discharge as Bmecutor of the
estate
The housewives of the nation have learned and analyze It for you. If. you place As we have an idea t.hat'this arti J LegalAdvertisements : of 'John W, Thompson, .._.....:
'' to look for the Scaldsweet trademark and and that at the same time I will Bra-
the sign..of subtraction between any de has I
run as far as circumstances sent my final aoceunts as Kxeouter .f
f't the name of. the Florida Citrus Exchange as of the figure they will minus withoutthe call for we will close with best wishes : :! said Dated estate Juae, and lltb.ask A.for D.their lilT.BDUAR .approval.
their of '
guaranty quality In Florida oranges least hesitation. People-:or some for the success of the Valley Ga XX HOOLAJf.m .
and grapefruit. Growers who ship through Mil II Illl Ml lailMI III I .'-( s "-.r.HOTICM .
of them-may say that the pupils are zette, with just one word concerning ,

'b, the Exchange will benefit In larger degree not learning fast in 'our high school, your assistant editor, who,can 'easilybe ADMINISTRATOR'S HOTICK TO BELL 1 e>r. ADatII.l TmATOaV '
.af+ than hoM who do not the ReAL ESTATE.
from broadar field
but my experience among those in the the
recognized as best looking man C..tJ.dge elTlevid.
I itIeI- of consumption now open to citrus fruits. different grades tells me a different in town and so agreeable in his manners .. r.... .(
I .. Join the Exchange and t..l.th... benefits in story; Teaching: is a patient, trying that Vans is universally respected VlarMs. -'

I bigger net returns for'' your fruit. The Exhang. way of making a living, and.we say, and admired. !. re ....... ., L.ew w.........., !>.- t9 Estate .t. nrlsma 0....._ Osssalat
also will market'1'o1U"' vegetables. ...w.. Os .>la Ceeaty. c.tF.
i all honor to tho.e'who are building REX. I -

For farther information consult 'themanager up the young 'of our city to an educational II I Notice" nereby given to all whom It Notice I. hereby given the to all whom
t may concern that Thomas, aaexecutor It may concern that en Idth day .f
of the.Exchange packing boua* standard.There . OFF DANDRUFF I of the at"o7'to .. Washington I December A. b. 1.17. I shall apply t.
:TAKES
; or lub-Exehanf* nearest you or writ deceased will. on the S4th day the Honorable T. M. Marphy, Judas ofsaid
the business manacer of the Florida is scarcely a man or womanin of December, A. D. U\7. apply to the Court, as lodge of Probate, for
community, but what can bear HAIR STOPS FALLING Honorable T. M. Murphy County Judo my final discharge as Administratrixof
i Exchange at Tampa, Florida. any In and for said County, at his office In the estate of Delma Graham, deceased
.4: some part in this' contest. A' great Klaslmmee, In said County at 10 ; and that .t the same time I will
I . .Bave your Halrl Get a small bottl.. o'clock a. m., or as soon thereafter aa present to said Court my final accountsas
the battle
; many of us can't help on of Danderin I right now-Also the matter can' be heard for authorityto Administratrix: : of said estate, and
i line but we can do a little something sell, at public or private sale, the ask for their approval
.Cltrlll stops Itching scalp. followlnic-deacrlbed real estate, In sad Dated June lib! A. D. 191?. .
i.. to cheer those who can; and the lit- County to-wlti JACILIE ANN GRAHAM.Si .
A. Irate 3 and 4 of Block 4 of Ross Addition ..mos AdmlnlatratHs.
tle rthat each one can do when This, brittle, colorless aDd craggy to the town of KIsBlmmee City.Which .

strengthened by millions of patriotic fcair 4s mute evidence of a neglected the petition application for such will sale be now based on file upon In ORDER or PUBLICATION
workers, each one doing his share scalp; 'of dandruff-thai awful sow f. said Court. '
'lbeN Is nothing so destructive to Dated November JO, A D. 1817.nOMA !. Clmtlt r e.... II..*.. amounts,. as the Bull Crackers say, to VIe hair' m. dandruff. It robs the hair THOMAS. cake ., ...1....... In ..* for _l8i
k a whole lot.
L. H.Hakes, Manager Sub-Elxchange, Orlando, Fla. On Thursday of last week Rex wasa life, eventually producing a feverishness Jf BPKMAl, MASTKR'8. l.mmt A, visitor at L. B. Drawdy's of StCloud. and itching of the scalp, which if SALE! p.rale.. ... ............111.. T._paa
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not remedied oauMs the hair roots to Wee< Hallway c.pa.,. a
He found that gentleman and Under and bv virtue of an order (rporatUsi, et .>. Bill t. ..I.tTi.I.
shrink. loosen die hair
and then the
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says: "I gladly confirm the statement made bv the Hon. Jas W. Perkins, ..
A BIT OF ADVICE I his family in good health the younger falls out fast. A little Danderine tonight Judun of the Circuit Court of Oaceola The complainant t above named having
/ ,. gave some years ago praising ones at school and his admirable -now-any time-will surely saveyour County, In Chancery. In a certain case filed. in this court Its sworn bill
Doan's Kidney Pills. I recommend hair. wherein American Agricultural Chem of .complaint. It "Ithoot. In Its belief
wife and at the house ical Co.. a corporation was complain.
daughter busy there are parties, persons, firms and
v, Firsf-Don't Delay. .Second-Don't them whenever I have an opportunity. Get a. small bottle of Knowlton'sTJanderjne ant, and K. U Lesley, was defendantthe corporations claiming to hold or have
hold affairs. Cloud is
I have been greatly benefited by St. slowly recovering from any drug store. You undersigned sa Rp..rlalllla..tpr, hastaken some right title or Interest of. In andto
,"i'' Experiment from the effects of the fire surely can have beautiful hair and Iota charge of. and will offer for sale, the lands hereinafter described
Doan's. Kidney Pills." of it if ;you will just try a little Dan to the highest bidder before lha Court whose names places of residence and
. OMceola
and it is believed that the additional Tlouae door In KIsMmmee abode, and post office addreaa are
Price 60c at all dealers. Don't derine. Save hair I Jtl I Florida Monday .the 3rd
your Try county on to complainant unknown and havingprayed
' . If you suffer from backache; headaches fire protection created since the burn day of December, 1917 during the legal relief against such unknown

i It;; or dizzy spells; if you rest poor.. simply ask for kidney remedy-get ing will prevent another such disas hours of sale, the following described parties. persona, firms and corporationsand
Plies Cured.. 6 to 14 lying and being In
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that Days propprty Situate demanded the entry of an order
v'. ly and are languid in the morning; if ter. rtarrnla county Florida to-wlt: SKi o( .
Your drurriat will refund II publication herein pursuant the
1 PAZO
', Mrs Carl had. Foster-Milburn Co., I money >. of HK '/4 : 8W. U of RE. \4. and the
falls ... Statute .
$ 'the kidney' secretions are irregularand Our intention was to return to the OINTMENT to cure nrc ol Itching 1 ; '
.. JlJ. % of NI3 I; '4. except the rlKht of
Mfgrs. Buffallo, N. Y. Bllad.BleedlalJorProCndlaw Hl In 6lolday.The It Is thereupon ordered that all parties
unnatural in do not city that night but missed connec way conveyed liy Clias H, Oroaa and ,
i'>!. oppearance, I stet. application (ires fiass and Kelt. 300.DWagnerInsurance persons, firms and corporation
wife and J. lit'. Kreamer lo South Florida
. .:.... '-: claiming to have or hold any right
"d'elay. In such rases. the kidneys ditenit NOTICE.The Railroad Co. recorded In Deed Hook title or Int..r.bY, through or under
p "1::" page 654, In OMpeoliv. county Florid the JapkHonvllle, Tampa A Key. West
need help. ."OOO'O'O" "OOO O'tOOOOO..OOOO.O'O O OOOO *), of flection 31, W. H of ,v. V4, Sea Hallway Company, a corporation creBtcd -
: Dean's Kidney Pilis'gre)) especially)) members of the Christian ; HZ; all In Tp.| 2B K of R 29 19.W. and existing. under the laws of
, V4 of NW. (i 8\V. W of SW. 14 ; the Rtnte of Florida; the T'etinsyvanla
prepared for kidney trouble-they are church take pleasure in announcingthat and undivided one-half Interest In the Company for Insurance on Lives and
Agency NW '4 of HW % of Sec. 61; E.t of .
Ornntlntr Annuities, Trustee,
recommended thousands. Can residents as a corporation
by their former pastor, Rev. A. M. NK %. except one-hnlf acre heretofore existing. under thft laws of
desire more convincing proof Chisholm will be with them for the usi-il foi the burial of the dead; an the 'State of P"nnaYlv.nll\o.RIC'h.r" K,
'lilrd one-half Interest In the. Wi .
undl
I' than the statement of a citizen of this I I morning service, December 2nd. A' 2nd Floor Citizens Bank Bid(., Phone No. 30. */ of NK. 14 ; nn undivided one-half In. ftheldon resile' N., Jacob Wllkle.Edwards, May ,Alice as Trustee Wllkle;
t.Timt In the 81?. Vi of Sea 6, all In Tp. his wife .
locality. cordial invitation is extended to the J. M T>remipr and Ootavla.Dresser
,. 20 H. of R. 29 K his. wife Fain InvpslmrntCompany
I :
1r. Henry W. Carl St. Cloud Fla., public to be present. -- The Leading General Insurance Agency In Osceola Co. Purchaser to pay LEWIS for the OHRVAN deed :: and, a corporation Francis J'.Robert Chapln I J.: Edwards as


;i::. etp. 'O."O'O"OO".t..O"O"'O"'OOOO". "< ,WE REPRESENT THE AETNA, HOME OF NEW YORK HART 4Ct Rp..clalIIaRt..r.\ sole Innt Will surviving and Testament executors! of of Jacob the 1

.," FORD, AND MANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE-INSURANCE: MILL TO Ctl'IKT TITLE Edwards, d'r..aaed; Robert J. Edwards

i f.j: RE-ESTABLISHMENT COMPANIES; ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO., I !. (Irrult rurt.//I-II lie....... Jedlrlal ("I... Edwards, Hannah, either Edwards aa hers{ and at Grace law devisees M..

IRI AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE edit of ..I........ !. ..d. for Msrvolaaunty a-ranters, legatees. widows,
creditors, under
!'" (' la (keneery. llariewI h':. r..n."ncJa ;I. :
I k. TAMPA SPECIALNov. LIFE ACCIDENT ANP HEALTH. AUTOMOBILE TORNADO. ..... A (! 1.ompssy, a ('orporJseksonvlllee .- trust. or parties
.>!<>. *.. Tampa A arson.. firms and rornoratlons claim
BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive I: Keyrt HallwayC.._paay.ornoralloajl a ing an Interest of any kind or character
t' (. Ike lwean.jl..a.laI I of. In and to the land and tenements
:; 26th .Southbound-Nov. 27th Northbound Insurance ....,...,.. for laanraace on ....... described In snid bill of com.
;. and <.....tl.* Aaaultlra.. Caraor.all plaint. lo-wit:
..., Illchard K. "...1410.' l...slle East half and northeast quarter of
Li: SOUTHBOUND Stop only at point NORTHBOUND ALSO BONDS AND LIABILITY.IN i N. tinkle sad May Alice. Wllkle.fcl northwest quarter of section twenty-
.
,
wlfei J. M. Dr..... aaid Or .:. No. 91 DAILY where time is shown No. 92 DAILY THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION J. l>re..er. kla nlfei fala. laveatoieat township thirty-three (33) south
range thirty-two OS( east
4 oaapaay, lorporatleal Robert J.
If. 9:15: A.M. Lt.____...___ Jacksonville, Fla. ________Ar. 7:30 P.M. AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION. ole itnards Nurvlvlaa and Francis eserafera I,. thaplsi..fh.as. Houthwest, find northwest quarter of quarter northwettquarter oC

",' 10:44: A.M. Ar____,;_______ Palatka ____________LY. 5:54 P.M. Lan will aad lestameat of JacobKdwaads. southwest fiuartrr of section thirty.
........_.., Itohert J. Kdnard four (14), township thirt' (16)south
1t.' 12:38: P.M. Ar.____________ Sanford ____________LY. 4:05: P.M. .. ........ Kdwards .... Grace- range thirty-four (heast.: ,
Ar. Orlando M. .:........... ralldrea sad sole All\ of .sections thirty-four (34> .a.nd
uc. 1:20: P.M. ____________ ,____--------LY. 3:22: P.M. thirty-six (8).
township thlrty..ve"U7
brine at law of the Mid Jacob M"-
n 1:51: P.M. Ar.___________ Kistimmee _________iLv. 2:52 P.M. wards, deeesaed. Illso UuletI )>> south range thirty-four (14) ?
' cast, situate, lying' and being I In the '
,\ -' y/ 3:07: P.M. At..-.___.______ Lakeland ______.____>_Lv. 1:38 P.M. Stout Lumber Co. I tie. County of Oeceola. and State of Florida, )(

.," . 3:26 P.M. Ar.__-___,____, Plant Dry ___________LY. 1:20 P.M. sheriff It appearing upon the from subpoena the return Issued of In the the do herein be and filed appear at the to office complainant's of the Clerk bill.

'/ 4:00: P.M. Ar1.___....___;.__ Tampa ---.:__,_____J.Y. 125: P.M. suooessoRS TO MAY-STOUT LUMBER co. above styled cause for the defendants, of said Court at Klssimmee. Florida
Jacksonville Tampa Key West Hallway on .hh' Monday in January A* r>. 4
'W' Observation BroilrrBnffet-Parior DEALERS IN Company a corporation under the lil*.h : same being the 7th day of
Can laws of the State of Florida that service said month; and that this order be pub
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Standard Coaches-Free Red ar Chair Can.. Yellow Pine and Cypress Lumber. Novelty of process cannot be had againstthe linked once each week for twelve (11)Consecutive

Effective. Nor. 27th Train No. SO.wiD leave Tampa at 10:30 A. M. Works by reason said' corporation of the fa11-:! :-da"oti last aforesaid weeks In the prior Klaslmm.ee to the Valley date/
in Connection. the said corporation to elect officers or Oasette, a newspaper published and
appoint agents and that such officers of general circulation In Osceola
: It ia pleattre to five estimate all times. and agent. If elected or appointed. are County, Florida' ,
.Atlantic Coast Line i our ya at and have been for a period: of six: (I) WITNESS my hand and the seal ef
CBrteM Attention aid Prompt Delit'ei' months next before the Issuing of said said Court at Klsslmmee. Florida, this'
) absent from the State and
Writ that the 17th day of Beptember. A. D. 1117.
such officers. and scents are unknown. J. L. OVERSTREET
Standard of the South ,
: Phone 21 .Kisaimmeo, Fla. It la thereupon ordered that the said Clerk Circuit Court Osceola. County,.
: defendant Jacksonville Tampa Key Florida. c J.
.: ?rr.... .. .. ... .t . .i. ................ . . .. ....... .. ........oO ..OOOOtOOOOt .Oo..oo ...o.oooooo. West Hallway Company, do appear to ( r &ts Court Seal). **___ 0ll'II sl


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VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 30 19t7Society
TEN THE KiSSIMMEE --
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Ml IOIO+ C < i MIO I IOIKMI IC !<+ aaa+a3 ?aaa I.ORID.TEACIJERS" ASSOCIA I,

1'oCo a TIIAISKSGIVING BALL AT Co :'/ : HERE,

:; i NotesMrs. 4, GnA\'STOXE. aa I .

Daytona day and .
aa is gaining every prices are
:a4: 44a Wr4a4G'r4444a}a4ri4a tween ,
) ( E. E. Wells, Editor.). i Thanksgiving was celebrated: > at the :cn'' and going down at the Split Nickle '- '

Graystone"'hotel by a very delightful at the Store :I "

Request is made to all patrons of the Valley Gazette to send items f dancing party when nearly one hun- Grocery .
,1iI'eachers'{ .
died including those domiciled., .-- -- -- .- ----- -- -, -- --
.f Society Events Jo the Editor: for publication in these eolums.aaa4aa guests,
t in the hotel, enjoyed the evening, | Prices 'of Groceries for This Week :'
furnished the ariangedi. : .
i i I The music was by .
I 01010. G IO'UIQ' 'V" oH G 0 1'10 I' I 0+$4 I I' 0 IWichtendahl <1 + 1 I 'Vf'dn ,. = -
Max Smith orchestra of Orlando, and
<.a4a were invited for a Five delicious served throughout: Casino: Flour 24-lb. lb. 2 for--_____--____ 3Sc
: Hundred party. Five tables of piaytrs'enjoyedThis the evening.punch was 7:45.: .,_____.?__?,_--$1.70 Best Prune, 40s to 50. _*.. 18c
CYCLE TEA FOR RED! CROSS popular game. '. I : Flour. ,24-Ib. Maxwell Home Coffee, lb-32c

.a oCoH :Mrs. J. I). Woodbeck, Mrs, Nellie i! O-oGoooCo 6 a44 4a-0 a}44 a4-0w a 0 d 815. '' ..,----._._____.$1.75 Arhuckli Breakfast Cof
< +CoHOo+O 0 r) Kngero, Mrs. Harry Hudson and Miss '''oCo' 000 C. M. Flour. 12-lb. fee lb. _________.:.___ 28c
<. FULECHEECAMI' FIRE GIRLS 4a _.____-____.___ 90c
Mrs S. II. Bullock, chairman of the :Mildred Turville' were hostesses, and ". Flour 24ab.:. ArbucUe Package< Coffee '
delirious hot aW lb. _______________ 24c'
.Kissimmee sandwiches
of the ferWd _
:Social committee
>aaG44444af>a4 4: aa+M aC aa44 ___-_?,__.._:.___$1.60
:Red Cross chapter, gave the first of a chocolate {ind cake. As the after' in honor of Mrs. Wichtcndahl's (' Bliss Coffee Ib:___ __ 26c "-0- .
series of Cycle Teas Tuesday was Camp Fire girl/ at her homeIn _____, ?++*.___ 8Sc _- -
noon at her home on Clyde avenue. birthday,.,..he received a number, of North 'Kjssimmee Thursday afternoon I I 9;;oo. n<< Flour. 6-lb. Best Bulk Coffee. Ib__.... 20c Ii

The hours :were spent in pleasant conversation . handsome presents. in honor of her gul'stII8s:! Ellen .di'ess-;- : __, ___________' 4Se Good Green Coffee, per.

and many 6t, the ,ladies About forty. guests enjoyed. the eve. Fuller]] Knitting was the diver _.. --__-.-_ 33c: pound ___-----15c and 18c' -7
knitted on Red Cross>. garment ns 115n},. .sion of the afternoon, which dOlled I.I 9:40. ple Leaf Creamery Table Peaches. '.C I. Heavy '

they chatted. Stanfoid of the .........-,.....-,L'-.-....-..........Ad..-.................,-..-..--"....-..................-...'_IL'............ with icfreshments. A delicious fruit M. Lynch. ..._-.........;._____ SOc Syrup, No. 3 can __?_.._ 2Sc t,
Miss Margaret one Grits sod Meal. 6 l-2c lb..
0.1' :- salad wniTserved with small cakes.) Baking[ Powder.
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most talented readers! of the younger' I' r ll.I.\. ip I! 1000.: R .4 Ibs. ________..._____ 2Se
> l'IUs CLUB. Those enjoying the afternoon were;,' 1 ,_____-:_..:_____ '-2Sc
tona, Pa Water Ground Meal lb. 5c
selections. _'.
et, two
gave C. '
.1' . . . . . . . MitM-s! Ellen Fuller, Gladys Griffin, I" 'l'h' Baking< Powder.
the afternoon the .. .. Best Head Rice Ib______ lOc ,
close the ( (
Atj o (o vv rr ov o-v Lilian, Trent, ; l. Overstreet, Mary J ______________ 20c.
hostess served oatmeal cookies, \11's.1 I Casino! : Full Cream Good Rice. 8c! ; 3 Ibs. __ 25c

,Christmas: cake and. tea., !c The .IViscilU Club \\'IISOI'y, pleasantly Singlc-laiy]'J'enti Dorothy Wells; and : 8:45.: .' Ib ....___*__ ,' 34c Fancy ,California Pears, No..
A silver offering to 'the Red Ciosfi, entertained( S.ituiduy aftcr- I \ (' Egg, guaranteed! 3 can _____?..____, -- 25c

amounting to $7.45'as made by the noon, I by Mrs: Robert. (:Hover at .her I I FREE TICKET TO CASINO. mire. -____..L._-_______ 4Sc I 1 California Cherries, l No. 3
guests, and the following are the j ho'me on :Mabbelte' frtieet. Red Cross { I II 9:15.. : No. 2 ran. ___ 14c can ____.i_.___, 30c
:names of those who will entertain : knitting was concpuuoua! UIIIODK: the I Kvery pnl'rontothe Casino, Saturdnv I. l:40.. Raisins, 13c can, Bullhead Catsup. bottle__ lOc

... next week with the second l'.elell's.; : needle work that ol'upiNthe. \., hands "Vmtifcca and night, will \Ie given: the Day- ) ._______...,_____ 2Sc Olives, plain, bottle *-,--... lOe ..
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."';rt"'Rriffl' r MFniiJ 'klr'f {v1I',J"-o\O'J.. =,,, ,,..,:wMrli = r'; ;",-. : rllh.4., : .
I eaCw.t'hose lflf.Ii'tfWPf ( ;
j'M""tn. .. tn-nn: r"f'ftlh fi ( : r ffin ; : N6,13f"I"" ioIiJ Stuffed Olin'bettle; .sate'' lOe ""n' ." ....,
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'n' '-LrilTTngram' ; Mrs. M. Kutz..Irl'l''; ".< present inlo., Clay Johnson,.Mrs. J. W Evans; Mrs.D. 1 rfann, l1I'H.: "Gco. Babrock, \rs.: [ C, E. of the Fyjhting\ Trail] and' Favorite i'I I' 10:30.: Milk 13c'' .
tie .:__________, 12e-
W Alderman, Misses Anne Bryan Livermore, -Airs. T, M. Rivers, Mrs. Feature program. William Duncan Training 3 cans_--__--_ 20c -
; White Bacon best 3 Ibs.__$1.00
Canon and Isabel Hamilton. I I,. It. Farmer, Mrs. D. S. Marks, Mrs. i I < The guests invited to enjoy 1\1 I'S.Bullock's Geo. Iiron on, and Mrs. F. II, Gaylord,.I leading roles in the Fighting; Trail, 'I '10.r: >0. s Cream, tall can.lSe Armour Star Ham, lb. 32c 4
.hospitality were: Misses of Connecticut. risked Judd __ ___.__.__u 6c Armour Star Ham. sliced. 40c
[r their lives, many times in making
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Isabel and Katherine Hamilton and this photoplay, and one incident in I 11 ::35. l large< bottle_ 40e Chicken Scratch Feed .

their aunt, Mrs. Leask, Mrs. Roy KISSIMMEE WOMAN'S CLUB. the first episode they will long re- ton. pk<<.S--------- .05 100 Iba. _--_________$3.85 ..0

T Chalker and her guest, Miss Byrd, of member. I _______.._..:____ 35C Oyster Shell per Ib..______ le
Live Oak, Mrs. C. A. Carson, Miss The 'Kissimmee Woman's Club helda Carrying out the action of the I City 11 : Soap (Sat Mica Grit per Ib________1 l-2c'

Anne Bryan Carson/ Mrs. J. M. Lee, called meeting, Tuesday afternoon, drama, Mr. Duncan, and Miss' Hollo- 2:00. only), 6 bars ____ 25c Sweet Feed ___...___..____2.60

Mrs. Claude Lee, Miss Mildred Lee, at the Hart Memorial to hear the report way were riding in opposite directions High Soap. 6c bar. 6 Best Short __.,___ ____$2.75
Mrs. Roma I 4:00. _..___ ________ 35c ?
"Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan, from their the along a narrow mountain trail. ? Oats No. 1
representative at _____________$2.75
fallen __ ______ 13c
Thomas, Mrs. Claude Harper, Mrs. annual State Federation of Women's It; was intended that they' should meet auditorium. Bran.No. 1 ____________$2.55Soa.Lelli
Election 5 pkgs. _____ 25c
Clay Johnson, her guest, Mrs. Nichols, .
and become acquainted at the nar- pkr. Se 6
for __ 25c
"Mrs. W. B. Crawford, her mother, Clubs, meeting in Tampa last week. rowest point of the hail, where it was I Selection long as it lasts 13e Macaroni, ok*. 5c. 6/.r__ 25c
Mrs. May, Mrs. E. Derbyshire, Mrs. Mrs. W. B. Makinson,' Vice-President, Impossible for two horses to pass. Note- ______________ 25c M.taroel.late. t>k..___-__ lOc
X C. Bryan, Mrs. W. J. S. Carr, Mrs. presided. At the 'chosen point there was a candidate ____________ Sc .' All Washing Powders, pll.l"ScAU
"V A, Evers, Mrs. D. W. Alderman, limited to Peaches, Smoking Tobaccos tame
The feature of the. afternoon was sheer drop of 80 feet to a rocky canyon
'Mrs. 11. C. Piano, Mrs. W J. Sears, Mrs. Minnie Moore-Willson's reportof bed. When the two riders met Miss j 6 to 8. 2. for _____::__. 3Sc old .price.: pkz. __ 5c and lOc

"Mrs. M. Katz, her guest, Miss Hilda her Tampa visit and she reviewed I Holloway's horse reared, the earth }Florida SELLING THREAD FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF :

Katz, Mrs. Tucker, Miss Hopkins, |(portions of the meeting which would /slipping from under his hind feet, and I .
a .Mrs. L. II. Ingram, Mrs. E. G. Vans I 7:45. ,i
be of local interest. The thought the girl was in danager; of being carried -- --
'r Agnew, Mrs. E. C. Livermore, Mrs. I stressed by all! speakers, Mrs. Willson I to death with the animal over the Song-
Club. thing< too numerous to mention at correspondingly low
Glee
"W, J. Fripp, Mrs. S. B. Aultman, Mrs. 'said, was "There is now no neutral., edge of the cliff. Duncan realized her I < .
a. Henry.Aultman, Miss Elizabeth Ault|I ground on which the people of this nation peril,leaped from his own horse and 8:30. l out-of-town' orden given prompt attention. "
man, 'Mrs. J. W. Evans, Mrs, A. W. may stand. They must be either I snatched her from the saddle just as Demands good guaranteed to :tire< satisfaction or money refunded. ; .

bailey, Rev. and Mrs. L. II. Rirkby for or against the Government," and her own horse tumbled, over back C. A.

ro and Miss Kirkby. I,she wished to go on record as positively : wards. of I

,. aiding every wart measure I I( 8:50.Vocal l. Nickle Grocery
EVOLUTION.
4 0S asked of the people. Food conservation .
ton.
''oOo' MISS KATZ HONORED / aa she said, was given a prominent I ';
.00- place among the subjects discussed, i I II 1880.A I"L I 422 BROADWAY. ,
and she closed her report by calling : man went forth with a'two-dollar
Casino: _......
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on the Club to forego the use .of any bill -
Mrs. M. Katz was .a charming hostess 'article or product which is made r-in I And never a doleful thought; 8:45.: r designed for mak- ,standing along-side of the ,other naitons .
Wednesday; entertaining'" ;' at she .'Germany'! ''r ,ffJlaiLB} KKi8tiQn 'pun d fj&ft He gnus&K,the dealer a u. .get to'fillm -.U I 9 n l5 voca i k, ,.belngj ,installed.S of -worldandthank, ; God, : : '
;:... ;: C untrYQlubjwltb" a"1 'clocklunch h1 ieadam' support and Mrs J pwa..JI1adV era s what ho bough "' '" i'h"n-.if' ,,' |! /< A JKBU j 'k |py>W'irjl) '' .\ .
DeanIIarr today,the of of them
eon In honor ot ieriguestlAlUslIIilda Kaf l mI we, arc !peer! any'
". '. rman 0 a comm tee t I u he potatoes 1 sac Your 4 ' '
914,, 5, ] Aa have taken stock of ouri t&
I
.Katr.'of, ,Baltimore! frameTrcsolutionslto belreportedlliagk! pounds butter pounds sausage, PLANTATION we ,
'f'etty" t' "flowers attractively' to the Club ut'the next meetmg.:. kmn, 1$ bars oapM.'i ounds lard, mary BUILDS NEW SILO. hlevem'ents'7'an'd especially'*rf.our' '.

decorated the tables and a delicious I The subject of cooperating with : ('tow eggs, 20po&Tftls; sugar, 3 por Dobbs. ideals and visions, we as politicians '
live-course luncheon was served. :Manager Woodbeck In securing most loi.house steaks. > 10:15.: |I Eden Plantation is pre end even as school boys have, predicted -
Plates were laid for Miss KatafJ: : the desirable motion pictures was taken : 1900. J to Primary an experiment which if ed coming of the day when it ,

honoree, Miss Elizabeth Aultman, up, and Mrs. Willson appointed 1lrs.I I A man went forth with a fivedollarbill i 10:45.: add materially to the would become our privilege, in the

,.,. -Mrs. Gay Livingston, !Mrs. Roy Chalker W. J.. Fripp, Mrs. W. B. Makinson, ton. providence of God to-lead the nationsof
and her guest, Miss Byrd of Live Ault : I( 11:30.: industry in Florida. The establishment of
Mrs W L Winn. Miss Elizabeth Five-dollars was quite a lot; the world in the '
ti. Oak, Mrs. A. W. Bailey, Miss Mil- man and Mrs. Sanford May commit-: He gave the dealer a list to fill, ,Judd.' .a thirty-foot silo social, educational, civil and religious
'dyed Turville,. l\ri. L. H. Ingram, Mrs.D. teem in charge of this work. I I And this is what he got: 1 and will fill it with the institutions, of such divine form and ..

W. Alderman, Mrs. Edgar Katz, A letter from Marcus Fagg, man- j ? 1 peck potatoes, 25 pounds of flour, Casino: syrup factory. spirit as to link tha world together ':\.
IIrs. S. H.: Bullock, Mrs. Claude liar- ager of the Children's Home Societyat I 1 pound butter, 1 pound sausage, 2 i 2:00.: I I is now mature and the into a common neighborhood, and establish -

per, Misses Ijrtfbel and Katherine Jacksonville] was read, thanking I pounds ham, 6 i bars soap, 1 pound Rural of the syrup will coi-i- on. 'earth a veritable Kingdom
Jlamilton.Red the Club for a recent donation. lard, 1 dozen eggs, 10 pounds sugar, 1 Largo. The company has of God.
Cross knitting, and social conversation Mrs. Roy Chalker, of Live Oak, who porterhouse steak 2520. crushers and self- And, now, that.the hour has :
occupied the guests duringthe was present at the meeting?was askedto 1917.A Solo- to manufacture struck, and we find the whole world i

afternoon hours..OOOOO.OOOOOO tell of the activities of the Wom- man went forth with a ten-dollar 3:00.: j but due to scarcity of plunged wantonly into war of the

en's Club of her own' city, and responded bill, 3:30. lion the vat process will most cruel and bloody character, but

+. 00- ,with an inspiring talk. And worry, it filled his dome; ride method. in greatest confusion, thank God for
over
O .FOR MRS. WICHTENDAHL. Mrs. W. J. Frlpp read an article on He gave the dealer a list to fill, Citizens this fall is unusually the ,fact that we are not disappointing -
O O the food question and the guests; were I And here's what he lugged home: I is estimated that about ourselves; but that from Presidentto

UOHHUOOWO.O.O asked to give their favorite war 1 pound 'potatoes, 1 pound of flour, Casino: will be manufactured Constable, from College President

economies.The 1 ounce butter, 1 sausage link, H 7:45. eight-acre tract. The "peasant, from: millionaire to pauper, .
The Graystone hotel was the scene name of Mrs. J, Wesley Brown pound ham, 2 eggs, 1 pinch of sugar, 8:15. just completed the seed our men, women and children are putting .
,_._ /- of a very pleasant surprise, Monday was presented for membership! and accepted 1 pound round steak, 1 teaspoonful of more which will more themse..res on the Altar of God
evening, when the friends of Mrs. II. by unanimous vote. lard, 1 porkchop. World tian the output of the planta- and country.
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---- ---- -- __ _ ____4 ,i This is a time for great humilia .
dent who represents the tion. It is a time for great delibera-. ...
ti- f Chorus.Song I that 250( additional Itlon., It is a time for prayer. It is a

9:00. cattle and 50 sheep will time to endure as seeing him who is
i the 'farm, which now is "invisible. It is a time to let God lead
Catts, and 40-odd sheep. land a time for us to follow. It ts a

: I when the cane pulp |time to search the Scriptures. It Is a
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contends : last year that they ,time to study history and tract the "
! ; : What'sIn a Name? Immee I but the pasture at ,hand of God through it all. It Is a .4.;

tato the year furnishes suf- time for great Faith. Faith to believe
scarcity ,, and it Is the inten that God is with us. Faith'' to
to conserve feed believe that we shall be able to dis-
many "
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ed into pulp in a silo till later cern his leadings. Faith to believe '. t"
mighjt be a real necessity that we shall be enabled to stand in \\
ing no .. "
: Million of dollars are spent every year to increase the prestige of his grace. ) .
profit I We should thank God for the honor bIle
r names-an automobile, a hat or other commodity. tion were I AT THE CHRIS- is placing upon us in calling us to ..T'

.t that \ 1 CHURCH LAST NIGHT (had the world out of this great cataclysm .
1 I Our name stand for the Best in Banking financial strength, safety yields. of blood, and let ws give our: .
r" : ( from Page One) selves whole-heartedly to the task.
't1 and Service-and you secure advantages* of these conditions by limited the sword
r ( In number; and to return to Him Let us have faith Relieve< 9 4
being a' depositor here. on their to time gratitude and shall never be sheathed until vic ..' 'r .f

r :t.t: ,' spirit of gracious providences. is won; until the "world; made aa I ,,,: .i:
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ty is felled forests; cleared for democracy, and "democracy t
..-.. -.- . tends ; mines; 'developed made the savior of the world." ,,
and promoted manufacture; Thank God for the fact that our .j
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zeal. trade both inland and people have enlisted for the finish of ". .
al nttwrNr 1IatECITIZENS BANK ",, :- ; ; Institutions, social, the fight, and.let us press oq to the'" +
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.. The loua;-as we have grown consummation of .our'hopes if every :
.Op. KISSIMMEE ' press subduing the forces"' of dollar's worth of our property must cO '

.... ':, ": ". .. Company's water, light, electricity-. up in smoke and there be left but t"
: '.' pected to them do our bidding\ hand full tq' tin, the reaulem o..cjh..

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