Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 7, 1917
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00832
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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J. Huddleston A union mats meeting will be held at the Casino on -. DESERTER ANDGINERALCROOK
piaiser, A large delegation of Kissimmee's
Sunday evening Dec. 9th in the interest of the Red Cross g
who was liere in the inl reu' of the > men will leave the
young today
BOARD) MONDAY Farm Loan Association this neck,, linish'ed to which all are invited. The object ,of the meeting is to first Older Boys' Conference for: the }
4'- ) )ils work Wednesday and ]left for "
,, inform the public on thework, ot the Red Cross, and prominent ,. Stat of ,Florida,_which will be ppened
Loughman, to Inspect pioperties theio.
tonight with a, banquet to the delegates R
The character, of : Mr. speakers will be present for this purpose. There will who are attendir.g frtmKey .0.--

._/BIDS ASKED FOR IN CONSTRUC- Huddlestotk sends .to the Federal Land I be no :'service ,at the churches on that evening. Special West to Tallahassee! ,. given In thaTZol- CLEVERSWINDLER WITH' MANY '

TION OF ROAD FROM ST. Bank ot Columbia, S.: C., regarding the music has been arranged for. line College dining, hall, Winter Kirk. ALIASES BROUGT FROM FORT
property he inspects is confidential, I S. L. Lupfer.Jr. will head the delegation -
\i' ,CLOUD TO MELBOURNE-OTH- and upon this report, will\] depend the ,* with Charlie Regero Bert! LAUDERDALE BY J. S, STRATTON -
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INTERESTING MATTERS BEFORE granting of the loans.Mr.lIuddleston Wells Edgar Bryan, 'Verne .Wilson, ACTING DEPUTY SHERIFF '

has been a resident PASSING'OF MRS \WOMEN : Gerald Rivers, Dick Bullock, Clifford ..
Sanford for the last
t fourteen years Lester, Murray Overstreet, C. II. Summers .II
ERS AT MONTLY MEETING and is well qualified to pass on Florida [ ? Belton Bass Donald] McKay, FROM :ARMY.
,". ]land. His work here general sat f M. FRANCES ,SEARSOn FOR ;
-- gave,,' Y. W. C A WORK Emory Brown, Theodore Pierce, Henry .
A full Board County Commissioner isfaction.l I Edwards, Irlo Bronson, and Strut- About two months ago a man named A
,s met on Monday transact,, the A business meeting of the Kissimmee ton Story in Attendance. J, A. Myers, who represented himself i
business of the"county.; association was held last week, Nov. 29, 1917, Thanksgiving day, Another' patriotic service: has been This meeting of boys, unique be. to be a recruiting officer, spent several '
Mr. Kay, mail carrier to Kissimmee when matters of" importance were Mrs. Mary Frances Sears quietly asked of the women of the ,country, cause it is the first .ot its kind to be days in town. Jt is not known if
passed away at her home, in Kissim} 1 and Osceola's
,, Poj k, came before the board and asked talked over. A committee was appointed response Is prompt and held in this State, has been formed he succeeded In getting any recruits,
'",." ;;;.Alt,the dock. at the Park be repaired: to visit the attorneys of.,thist4ty mee, Fla. gratifying. under the auspices of the State Young but he, did succeed in getting W*. J. '
*: _:_-."'ilia: tll\ty.1feui;. ;; : f =th"A61thCounty" l ;"L? aecurelheirpriceg!. '! for: passing The funeral was conducted from the! }Miss Mary McElroy, secretary of Men's Christian Association, with its Steed to endorse a draft for $25. Then:
helped to'build (,it when first.i! ,on the'falidity' of'thFabsffactsTTTO" !'1 ;i<"< aptlsL-Shurch. 'hire by Rev. O. the Y. W. C. A. foreign work'and ex.Itlvcf headquarters in Jacksonville A speas he moved on. .

.. y erected,'and that the structure was i The salary of the sE. er 1ry.treasur. B.: )Kails, t t repaelot: ; {hrteoandvaAlargely 't \ -*fithe''ftn.wHal_*)mm.miffe :....)aI?gecrelal\ Y;..b ?Jbeeil. .delegated to : In] due time the draft .came back, i
new unsafe for landing purposes. Thecounty er was, fixed, and an assessment of j attended. the south Atlantic field, visited Kissimmee this section-W. F.: ilicrexewr"has \ '- 'fvlEli"tisa-xasulrthab;: bit-wlhadto: .., .
.4 attorney' J. S. Cadel, raised per cent levied on*the full amount of. Mrs. Sears: :Wfcs a daughter of Rev. on Sunday in the Interest ''of been speaking, at "'high schools pay ,it. He reported the matter- to:" .

.' the question that the dock was on W. I; approved ]loans, to meet the expense John U. Fletcher and his wife, Indiana the cause ahe represents. She made a throughout Florida for the last few Sheriff Ingram, who has kept a' sharpe
A. McCool's land and could be removed -: of the first.year, A levy of one-fourth Fletcher, having been born In Georgiaon wonderful t talk before large congregations weeks, telling of the object of th lookout for the man ever since.. Learning ,
t : by J him\ 'at any time. The matter of 1 per cent only will be required for Feb. G, 1835. at Presbyterian church at work to be accomplished, that he was at''Fort Lauderdale,
"! 'laid the subsequent ,she was married( first to Mr. Thom. the morning service and at the First the sheriff J S. 4
was over until the years. R. W. Greene, general secretary of deputized : Stratton togo
';" 'In?. There.are some twenty-six membersIn as A. Green, to whom she bore threo Baptist church; in the evening. Sun- the Rojlins College Y. M.C. A., origi for him, and Mr,' Stratton broughtIn ,
A committee of St. Cloud citizens!: the association whose plans have children, all .of whom are Iivlng..MrR.Ella day afternoon she .met about fifty of nated the I idea and', secured the cooperation his prisoner on yesterday aftern -, ,'
,, 4-onsigting of S. Grammar, S. J. Entri- been'\approved by the local board, and NewBome, Augustus Green, and Klssiromeee's' .representative women of the college and the, towfor noon's train. a
,; ken, S. J. T-iplctt, and S. W. Porter, six more have applied for ,membership WJIlie N/Green, all living in Georgia. at; the home of ex-Senator C. A., Carson holding this conference in this sec It now transpires fl'om'the man'sown '
Waited: on the board and requested and are waiting the inspection of After the death of her first husband and carried her message of wom- i tion of'the State-probably the most confession that he Is a deserter

.;that the_work of validating the bonds the board. the subject this! sketch was-marriel: an's need at this crisis to..the, very central location for such a meeting.The from Camp Wheeler, Georgia, and that
for Road District No. 2 and the advertising The Kissimmee association has applied (July 10, 1872)) to Dr. William J. Searsof hearts of her listeners purpose of the conference ta''to he started on his trip some time hr
1 ) for bids be proceeded with, and for loans amounting 'to nearly Ellaville,. Ga. She and the Doctor Miss Elizabeth Aultman presided at familiarize the boys of high-school age I October, after obtaining two days'

that,. the work be continued under th $ 0'O0 and are now awaiting the ac were greatly beloved And respected bya the meeting, as chairman of the wom with, the work of the Y. M. C. A. and leave" lie is alleged to'have operated
; supervision of the State Road elion'. of the Federal] Land Bank at Co of friend in that com an's committee of the National De- to Interest them in participating actively the same game in six or seven other

'11I nt.\\ They also requested the sane I fumble These loons are payable anytime munity. Cense Council], and Miss Anne Bryan I in some work at home makingfor places under different aliases, such as {
'tion of the board as to the printing of after five years have elapsed, and About the first ,of the yea1881 Carson was appointed chairman: ol'a higher ideals among ,boys. Myner, Jones,'etc. He is also alleged ;
k the specifications under State super' : must be :met at the expiration of thir they moved to Kissimmee, Fla.: in department to raise Osceola's allotment I All delegates are'expected to arrive to have passed himself off .as a'registered -,
''vision.Gail L. Barnard, State road ty-six years. They wjll bear Interestat which place they resided until Dr. of the national]fund to carry the in Winter Park some time Friday o pharmacist and as a''' secret-

superintendent, who also was present, the rate of 5 per cent. Sears passed away, about 1900. extra burden the war conditions have as to be registered and to receive final) .service'agent looking for .Ia kera.

hrr-? >toted that. ,itwas. . _usual_ to print road I Iu Mrs. Sears survived and remained a placed on the society. Instructions before the banquet. This When interviewed by a representative ".
widow Until the date of her death. A women's mass meeting called .,of the ,Gazette this morning he
specin cations, bids being received from was banquet :will be held at 6:30: o'clock on ,
"a local l printers. The board sanctioned)CITY COUNCIL ft No two people ever lived in Kissim for Monday afternoon, when about the college commons, with Mr. McCanless stated that his real, name is R. F. r
1 :the request of the committee* and in- mee who made a greater impressionfor fifty earnest women gathered in the I presiding. Judge, J. M.' Cheney Bertling! and that his father's name is 1.

w'"trusted the clerk to take up the mat. MONTHLY SESSION good than this couple. The Doctorvas G. A. R. hall, in the Casino building. bf Orlando will be toaitmasttr, Arthur Bertling, at Greensboro Green

V C"Hof, the .pedft' .tions'. warm-hearted, sincere a true and Miss Carson presided and explainedthe President French of,Rollins and Theodore county, Ca., being a substantial farm"er = ,
.... PiJk.. Cresap, assistant State highway loyal friend, a devoted Christian, and needs' of the so lety. Others alsospoke. Hakes of Winter Park are to give there.
t' >'inade a verbal report on The regular] December meeting of particularly active, i',work as % : Then,,.on.,.a. suggestion! from" the words of welcome. A response Sheriff Ingram is to be congratulated
what he had accomplished in regard the City Council was held at the city deacon of the Baptist church of this Mrs.:;. D.'G.. Wagner, volunteer pledgesand will be made by a delegate from Key: on tills piece of work, inasmuch, a.'
.s to"the right of way on the Loughman hall Tuesday evening, with Chairman place. He and his wife were both gifts were, made until $400 of the West, and the address of the evening, far'( as is known at present,'the prisoner

cord He said that J. Wade Tucker Lawson presiding. Councilmen Carain charter members of that church here. $500 allotted 'to this county was guar "The Christian Boy and the Nation," has been caught by the authorities ,
had allowed] him to,cut a small corner Thomas, Haley and Bass'were Mrs. Sears :was until the date of her anteed. will be 'lven' by 'Senator JJoyle Carltonof of' the county jn wkjch" he committed -

of his land close to the railroad crossIng present, with City Clerk Gilbert City death kindly motherly, glad to welcome Before the. meeting adjourned, arrangements Tampa Dean Glass of the Episco 'his first. crime. '

,.*, without*: any,: ,. cost' tothe, $,county' Marshal O'verstreet: :"Attorney Pledger, strangers and to assist her ,were made to visit nearby pal cathedral in Orlando, also win r
'/.' I: 'lie lied<< ..aleorequeste'di: rjghts'oflway' t andjMayor" ,Cadejjjn! !attendancejljrheuMial ( friends:and she was to an unusual' 'do.greuj '. towns and organize the campaign I. speak.Music will be supplied for the W. O., W. UNVEIL MONUMENTS k '
....>'from: Ledford & Cockraneone ofjnterested parties Interested, !in everything around] there. ] bill
: ofL ocjciTpIe'df : ,/This likely be done next occasion by young men students (n -AN IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY
the name of Brown, Mrs. C.;'D.' Smith, f theTseats'proivided. !fort' onlook. herelfer{ memory'Is'' '\revered' ,and",,,beloved .. p week/ and there is no doubt,that, by the conservatory ,' -.r. TAn ,v.
I and.the Atlantic Coast Line railroad, era. I by all who know I hfr.:' e" the time the returns 'are all in, the dona.tions \ impressive ceremony was held f
; the']last three ]locations being at Camp. A number of items of real interest t While she was a charter! member,, from this,section ,will far'exceed ". }": at 'Rose Hill cemetery ,Sunday afternoon Jt
lell Station. The Ledford & ,Cock were brought up for consideration and end.' the teat I surviving charter member the sum requested. KISSIMMEE'S HONOR i when the local camp of the,

Time ;right of way would cut off about some disposition made. of the Baptist church at this I Some of the calls on the Young Wcodmen of the World unveiled, the
,-400 feet, 20 feet at one end and 18 Miss Albina Smith, county agent, place, hers was the drat funeral to be Women's Christian Association: : ROLL FORTHE WEEK 'hardsome monuments erected to i the
'Jtet at the other, and remove 5 orange asked the council for an appropriation ccrducted from the new and.: elegant To the south Atlantic field of the memory bf their departed brethren j:
trees lie had ,taken up the matter -for prizes toe given! to the can- brick church just completed. Young Women's Christian Association J. W. Prentis and W. C. Gilbert. Fully ]
L with the parties, and they had asked nng- club .girls, and the sum of $10 : It is seldom that one is so honored (Which covers Virginia, Georgia, Florida li. C. Collins, United States army '200 people ,were.present'to witness

' for $100, as they had paid a high pricfor e was voted from'the publicity fund for, in their relatives and their offspring; , North Carolina, and South Caro recruiting officer from Jacksonville, the service
the land. Mr. Brown wanted $50 this purpose. as was Mrs. Sears, as Will be seen lima), and which has the greatest num I h making his headquarters in Kissim J. L.'Ov rstreet was, captain of the
for his. Mrs. C. D. Smith had told Considerable time was given to theq when it is known that Senator DuncanU. ber of military cantonments and iot- tees for,some time and is signing up a team and arranged the details of the

him to go ahead with the work. Favorable jestion of drainage in West Kissim- Fletcher, from Florida, is her nephew dustrial centers, has come the great number of our young men who have larch. Following him were Council
; negotiations were going on meee. It was decided to leave the and that Congressman William :. est responsibility for war work among volunteered for Uncle Sam's service. Commander J. J. Woodall and Adviser
with the A. C. L authorities. matter to the street committee with h Sears of the Fourth Congressional I its girls and women. The present! crisis After the )preliminary? examination, ( Lieutenant Otis Steven; Banker
r .Mr. Cresap pointed out that he would power to.act. District of Florida,:is i her son. has made it necessary for many of they leave for..Jack'onville, and from O E. Young and Clerk A. S. Gilbert. ;
t have to certify to_the Federal Road The question of passing an ordinance It Is hoped that the influence of her the oirla- there they will go to the training1 \Vatchman Watson and Srmtrv C-

1 i7' .,. Department thnt, all the right of way ,requiring autoists to park their most excellent life will grow brighter To' live in rooming-houses without I I camp at Fort Scrcven, Georgia. Th03-; Long, and then Escort J. F. Crafton
-was 'clear before work could proceed. cars off Broadway if they desired to and brighter as the days pass. supervision.To who left this week are: and nearly fifty men of the local lodge t

... The board discussed the matter and leave them for more than half an hour endure loneliness in strange en- Earl S. Hilton, in double column. The order. of the
,' was discussed. Action .. CARD OF THANKS.We Eddie A. Lancaster, service was follows
greed to pay th@} claimants the sums was deferred (Continued on Pare Ten.) as : r
a + asked for. ; tr some future time on this measure, Joe N. Taylor. Selection-Kissimmee Concert Band.
On request of representaives of the I and also on the proposed ordinance desire to exoresi\ our deep appreciation OSCEOLA BOYS OFF. FOR Raymond Bearden, Quartet-Messrs. Smith, Carson
.,' St. Cloud Tribune and the Kissimmee prohibiting autoists from backing for the many.acts of kind GAINESVILLE THIS WEEK Carl R. Bronson, Farmer, W. II. Jones: and Prator, Gil.t .
,, ness to our mother Burin her recent Willie F. Sutton. ' r'rt.'I
); Valley Gazette, the board continued their cars from the garage. ;f I -
'. for another three months the sending A letter was' read relative to the illness: and death and for the lopallUful'floral Tuesday morning of this week four The foregoing volunteered in the Preliminary Service-Council Commander ' a
out by each paper of-400 copies per testing of the weights and measuresin tribute ..ent >n honor of her members of the Osc ola. County Boys' aviation section of the signal corps. Woodall.]]
week'to parties outside the State of .use by the merchants in Kisslm- n (l1"ny. These e"DrUII10ll" of human Pig and Corn Clubs left for Gainesville Edward E. Barber volunteered. in, the Hymn) "Rock of Ages"..-Misses Ella ,..1
? t.Florida.. nee. In order to cary*out an ordinance sympathy mitigVe our ncrcow far orr Fla., to attend the short course at field artillery. Mae Gilbert and Maude Alice Wagner,
-'"\ : \ A letter from a man of the name of now on the city's books, these great, loss.- the University of Florida. These 'are Arthur M. Jones volunteered in the Mrs. E. E. Wells and Messrs. Walter r'
illutt was" read by the'clerk: to the ef- should be tested each month. Marshal] MRS. J. B. NEWS MEf boys of whom it can be said truthfully quartermaster's department. Uafcs and Prator Gilbert.)

,t\*. lfet that he wouMgive, the commis'sloners Overstreet was ordered to visit Orlando ' + W. J. SEARS. that "actions speak ] uder- than Emery LaMartin volunteered, but Poem-Murray Overstreet. .

t .' *- until Dec:. 15...toft' a ditch :! where this law is in force, and I II wcrds,' for they'are all doing things, failed to pass the physical examine. Unveiling of Monument-Council t
f -" (presumably that meant to build a I to ascertain justw hat is necessary in HORACE BARCLAY DIES and not talking them. Members tion. commander and assisting officers. '
N culvert: ) which had been ,cut on his the way of an outfit to enforce the ordinance AT CAMP WHEELER them clubs grow the feet for their x A number of others have expressed Selection-Kissimmee Concert Band. '

: land by the county at the northern in Kissimmee. '.f. A."arcluy- pigs, and then, by feeding the pigs, their intention of enlisting and probably :She: \ service was repeated" at the second x
t t 'boundary of' the city. Otherwise he A letter was read from Braxton received a telegramthis ] cut the II, C. L. down. will "sign up" within the next few monument.

would: ] fix ,it himself,so that,,no water Bcacham, food administrator for Florida morning containing 'the sad intelligence The members of the Osceola county days. The memory of the scene and of the
-"". would run through it. The board instructed urging that an electric sign be of the death of his son at clubs ]leaving 'this week for Gainesville CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS.United beautiful ceremony long will] linger in ,
Camp Wheeler. Thi telegram reads: to stody improved the minds o/ the spectators. Absolute] !
p. the.clerk to write Mr. Hiatt placed in a conspicuous place. on methods of farming 4
,: "Horace Barclay died in base hos- States Army Recruiting Officer quiet reigned, scarcely breeze Stir '
that they would take no action in theme Broadway, this sign to read: "Be Pa are: t
tier. triotic. Observe Wheatless Tuesdaysand pital this- morning. What disposition Curtis Yates, Shingle Creek. H. C. Collins, who is stationed ling: the long moss streamers hanging

;: .. The contract, for!the Shingle Creek, meatless Wednesdays." The letter shall I make of" remains at government Irlo Bronson, Shingle Creek. here this week, received the following from the big oak trees nor a leaf fluttering Gj
: Ttfhorn, and St. Cloud toads being stated that Orlando/ had installed expense ? (Signed by Junius. Tollie Simmons, St. Cloud. message: to the ground, as the council s
such -sign T. Wigginston, captain'of 124th in. Edward "It is desired to afford registrants commander; and the ..sslst1ngolfieer.* '
signed up by the Alabama Paving.r a ,, Mr. Beacham asked Campbell Campbell] Sta
f-: Company< the board approved the other progressive towns to join' in this fan try.) tion. : as wide an opportunity. possible to repeated the solemn ritual. Every of. a'
Mr. Barclay instructed that the re- enlist, in both army and Therefore firer and 'member performed his duty ''
4rnCAq Action
. : | presented by that company andCJiamed campaign. on the question was ,-1
K l A. E. Whaley] J. D. Chunn, and deferred until the price of such a sign mains be sent to Kissimmee for inter HARD TIMES NIT! any registrant, even though he with: precision\\ and the entire service
l" C. H. Clark as bond trustees.G. <<.ud] be learned, and A. E. Thomaswas ment. has been called by his local] board to wa a, splendid exemplification of the
; asked to Mr. and Mrs. Barclay, who live In I "The be/tj day I ever had" was the report for physical examination, may ,vcrk of the order, which reflected
:, G.::'H. Sullivan again appeared be- report At the next meet- r
r' "Jcre the.board In connection with the ingr." tho Partin settlement,' have many way George W. Person spoke of,hi*|enlist UNTIL DEC. 15 upon presentation great credit.on the Local] camp '. ,a
friends here who' deeply sympathize sale at the Dollar Limit store last Sat.I to the
\ of .
: ;proposed Boggy(reek road.. Pat Johnston The usual business routine closed a certificate LEGAL ADVISORY BOARD. 1
with them in tl.efr "Cu.tomen'cam. '
bereavement. urday. in such from his local
iY who'w.. the session. board that he Judge G. F: Kribbs W
called in, said that. if B.' Craw '{
"' crowds that they could] not be waitedon will not be needed to fill any deferred ford, and Milton Pledefthave
u.: road were put through his pasture LAYMEN'S MEETING.The been v
:tcouni7 would have to pay for the L C. Massey a wel -known/.t r. men's religious meeting will be extra, even clerks.though" I had provided seven percentage of the quota of the board. appointed a legal advisory board for .
Stations and
'J ';right of but that what he' de-: 'of Orlando canvassers will not accept - Osceola] county;,, to assist registrantsin
; way, ney was among*,the legal held at'the Methodist Sunday schoolrooms I
. .faet, so great was the rush for : applicants as above after Dec. 12.
sJrjpd! to-see. road fraternity here this answering questions'contained in
was a week
looking after Sunday afternoon at "o'clock.. bargains'that Mr. '
Persons continued Give the widest
\ ": to.-' .. interests In publicity to these instructions. the questionnaire to be ,mailed] out a
J" the All
are cordially Invited the sal. all day Monday. Notify the : !
:; ((Continued Pag; Circuit' Court. t' newspapers."CLEMENTS. by the, .exemption, board beginning
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Short Course for Canning Christmas Observance I aria..

Clubs Was. Great Success I and Sunday Schools :I Osceola Hardware Co.


The short course\ for the home-ex- the.members of the. canning and poul- The t Florida Sunday School Association ,hmt'nlannd Syrian .Relief I j I Located oit Kissimmee'sBUSIEST ,

tension work of Osceola county, held- try clubs. In the afternoon the poul- ; this year is suggesting to the Christmas has been set aside 1 by not I' CORNER

here Friday and Saturday, was well try raisers were taken to the farms of. Sunday schools of the State that the fatter: than thirty denominations as a hn
(11when special emphasis should be .
attended. Eighteen, canning-club lasfiles M. D. Alexander, Dr. W. W. Carson, government's: appeal for food conservation -
pl.'ced\ on destitute and horrible con-
in their attractive blue-and-white and D. Denning,) to inspect> the poul. should be observed and that all d.tions) in war-stricken Christian countries We invite the attention of ,our

uniforms! were at the sessions of the try there Mrs Homer Fartin, Mrs. their pupils be asked to tender I'ittljtor \ : Unless America responds to-the

course( to listen to the lectures and Bob Pnrth, and Mrs, Lester made worthy enterprises, instead of' ex. at].eat'of their starving and unhappy tourist friends who 'wish to do .light

to witness,. the demonstrations. This poultry exhibits at the headquarters petting to receive gifts from the Sunday people, these soon must perish.. So the

number was swelled' by six:''boys, who Albert Hern showed an exhibit of tur- .schools., ,thirty: denominations comprising the housekeeping. We'are glacl you

key, and Ed Eberts displayed a box Food Conservation Sunday School War Council of Amer'

war have gardens'and joined the clubs marketable and are growing truck. of guinea pigs. '.> The suggestion is made that all candies kit have requested the International" I are here. We can fit' you out with +

Miss May Morse, who is connected ; and sweets be dispensed with at Sunday School .Association! to cooperate '
'The storeroom at the %\ t 'need from Potato '
corner with the ,State extension work for the tie Christmas festivities. There areaJ in'this great move. Already liter. everything you a.
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Darlington was
Broadway avenue
home dairy,. made a practical talk emPhasizing I proximately 120,000 Sunday school ature is issuing from the office of the
and its front Bed Room Suite. .
used as headquarters, Masher to
the necessity of keeping a pupils in the State. Candy and other Florida Sunday School Association a

windows presented an attractive ap, one or two cow dairy and of making sweets to the quantity one-half of.a and tram the various county; Sunday'
.'pearan'ce canned jellies, with and their marmalades pyramids, in uniform of- more and better butter pound: usually are given to each pupilin school associations!' asking as many We have a supply of Clothes,

Friday afternoon :Miss: Sarah Partridge -| Sunday schools where gifts are a schools as possible to consider this '

lial canned containers vegetables.The or the. more substam+/ district agent for' south' and feature. It this practice be abolished, great and urgent benevolence at Chests made of good. old North

cast Florida, gave a demonstration of tht schools'; 1of the State will effect A ; Christmas time. Additional Information -

.first awarded prize, covering to Miss Neva the year'swork Leg making war .hrtxuta by using flour substitute di'-c-ft saving in sugar of nearly 60,000 : can be obtained from the State Carolina Red Cedar. They are
*. The day ,was' concluded by pounds., ; It is also suggested that even office, from county officers,. or from
This will lie free, to Tallahassee and'
ter. trip
to attend a tho State short taking the club visitors to the moviesat oranges and apples maybe restricted : lh > Armenian' ; and,Syrian Relief.Committee -. copper bound, highly polished,

| the Casinp, with profit. ((1 I, Madison avenue, New York.
course for girls, with nil expenses! Have ?
lioy Scholarship insect
I |Receivee True Christmas Idea city). proof. one
paid for the two weeks required.Miss ;
I The .boys who have joined; the canning R. C. Weidler general secretary of
Lester's focbrdl showed a profit This restriction will afford every
; clubs were given a special talkRt1"'dav )the State association, said in a recent
of'$74.391I'onl onci-tenth of an ncieokin s<'l'ool an opportunity to teach the ..puJ -., Gashum and Susette Did Nol Run' From .
.by County Agent/ B, E. Ev- interview Why *
,. '_- '',."rfl :',r +a"GtPtlietirit4iTt! IIiOlst ; 'J rgiilmebtangnf.t'Fristmaswhich :
'E 1 ot haStatatlla \ '
u ,s nbou'u ftfen 71 and tomatoes "N'IY'fI+rf hapsivinrrtke'shstorgxot' rajU aVi.iaa &T1; -}' ,,, ..... ,_,. __
Pies. thug four: I scholarships to the short' : is to Jiiing their I "' f 'e"Cyclone "::""'r"":. ", ? ''!''''r'''''''''':'" M '
11iee Margaret Beisenerr will 10cehe ) to the l Sunday; ,!school, forces! of America! ,
j offerings Sunday school' at the
course at Ga'ncsvillo! ) for the boys pig/ I'and certainly never in' Florida. has -
the second prize, which will 1io and corn clubs had been sent to him' Christmas time and bestow them on i tl.tie come such a large appeal as : The house of Gashum and SusseUe! was'wrecked by ;:

awarded later Tomatoes and strawberries the Florida East Coast some worthy institution or enterprise '' from the debris frightened. .
of $11':1.01: lv Railway tl:is. More than 2,000 years ai o the a cyclone. As they emerged (
yielded profit on
her tenth-acre plot.a Company. Ono of these (which mE'ans' Definite Objects. hills of Palestine echoed' with glad but unhurt, Sussette exclaimed, "0 Gashum, why didn't ,.

wo weeks at Gainesville, with all ex- The Sunday schools of the State will .-
The prizes are based on the profit songs welcoming the new Christ. To- you know the cyclone was coming so we could have fled
'cnses paid) Mr. Evans offered to the find many worthy objects where gifts day those same hills resound with '
from a tenth of an acre, on the care from it?
boy in the Canning clubs whose record' of money, clothing, and eatables will wails of anguish and sorrow. Millionsof .
taken ibon {
the record made
of the crop, on "Well, said he;"I heard a great roaring like.1I crea.
would entitle him to the trip. Tollie bi found much needed. It is suggested Armenian and Syrian Christians are \
of the season's work, and on the exhibit received this and to smash but I thought 'it was only our fool
shown the short Simmons csho1arhp that the various denominational orphanages 1 in gitter tears. They stretch eager gOing !
at course.
left' Tuesday for Gainesville.The and other phases of work 1 hands to America. From our officewe neighbor next door trying to start his stalled Ford cart" (

State AIt..nis'PrH.nt.. canning-club headquarters were : would be splendid objects on which to are trying to touch every Sunday

The canning-club girls showing exhibits kept open until Wednesday to accommodate center the attention of the pupils for school in the' State. We want all to 1\\ s.
Watch this (for next week will tell
this Misses Neva Lester space' we
year were victors who wished to visit this occasion. Some 08 the denominations R- learn the Christmas lesson as to

; Kate Partin, Mildred Partin, Aline the room ,and inspect the work of the I are making other suggestions, desire no candy nor presents so long about Susette meeting a very polite man.

Bass, Dorothy Simmons, Ethel Bas, girls. and their schools a're urged to make at one suffering child exists here or

Ruth Sullivan, and Doris Dann. Their. The work of Miss Smith, the county the Christmas, occasion one' of large across the seas. We sincerly: trust

exhibits of canned' fruits and veg'!(*- agent, has produced marked effect giving to these works. There are that! every rightthinkingperson will ...- ------- .------

bles were exceedingly creditable and this year, and many more of 'Osceola's mtny institutions and places, interdenominational tfke up this great humanitarian plea Wants Another Canal Cut. 1 ...

:show what can be done in the face of jrrls: and boys will enroll in the clubs or undenominational, and urge everywhere a 'safe and sane' [ eRE'S A -EG-

unfavorable'weather conditions suchas ' for the 1918 season where gifts may be bestowed with fine Christmas. The United States Food Captain Clay Johnson advocates a :'I

prevailed last season. I The canning-club members who attended emits. The Florida Children's; Home Conservation Committee ia workingwith canal .\t)e cut from a point north of OF LAMB t

Hobble Bass and Lambert Campbell the Bourse were Neva Lester the bluff the Kissimmee t'iv- I'M SURE- 4.\
Society, many hospitals, the associated us, but the best of all is that the Cabbage' on t

showed! fine samples of corn from their | Margaret Beiscner, Ethel Bass, Mil- charities, prison work, Salvation Sunday schools of Florida will be er, east to the city of Okeechobee, ; / WILL'UR I

patches, and'also samples of grits\ and i I dred .'artin, Kate Partin, Ruth Sulli- Army homes, missions, And many vii'king in harmony with the large thence south'into the big lake, itt waters I ip:

meal they nad ground in hand mills.) ,! van, Dorothy Simmons, Bertha Bais- similar places cart be made glad by the Icier of Christian, brotherhood which is to be controlled by one lock. ANXIOUS

Several State agents were present defl\, Lottie Barber, LQuise' Barber, Aln gifts of the schools.INCREASED I spreading around our globe." This would forever solve the question HUNGER
to assist Miss Albina Smith Osceola I ___ _ .
Tindal Mabel Tindal Susie u
a Tyson -- of an open channel of the Kis- CURE !
L1 eu ?'
county's agent, and to speak about the Doris Dann, Grace Lester, Lambert simmee river to Lake Okeechobee.The i %
A few v
beast.\ of
I points history will
work of their department. Campbell, Ed Eberts, Tollie Simmons, INTEREST transportation of citrus fruits and I .... '

On Friday morning Miss Minnie I Hobbie Bass, Willie Vockrodt, and Albert be of good service in this connection. supplies is now seriously hampered on I '.,

Floyd, State poultry agent, spoke to Hern.: ATGOSPELMEETINGSThis "0... July 4, 1776; the Declarationof account of. a large sand bar at the NO MATTER HOWM"X

----- --- Independence was signed. In 1'177 mouth of the river that prevents entrance I TIMES WE CURE

delegates from the original thirteen of steamboats. The captain' ;is
Use Salt On
Grapefruit"- the old
our hunger, 'complaint
lIItit 'illd'ry, r is the fifth week of the evangelistic colonies l ', in?! Congress assembledadopted always right.-Okeechobee Call. .:. ., .
+<"a comes. back with insistent regular- .iIty
.Jt tyrijattJttttt'afS
1i campaign which is being held ,,, '
i' .articlesTpffconfederationXiln
Prefer It 7yo "- 'w"1i'
i'Many '
,, Sugar\ atfthe tent T ffrpVniiMam Wftl" wiiwaiiTintfr>tfmKiriiii1783L ; nice Jeg of Iamb wilt please
: gospel on
Broadway Whenever Need
!: . v .. : Land thg ar ()fj he Revolution !loBed You a General ,Tonic
: ''''\''. ",_. ....- .- the general interest* *in* the-iA*meetings. Isconstantly' and||\heJ ndependence ofJthUnitedStates ( [ toMvijaiV' ,ov.\ Take drove' '<::1""'<\' i&SSM i jgappetitcjn'cause a manner that'wfll 1.-
tJ '
% J. ,! !. 'W
Using salt as a substitute for sugar sc 1lfore, FruitAndIess! Meat,And increasing, many'1 'people was"acknowledgeil.' In 1787 the The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless you to thoroughly enjoy your
,will be strongly advocated in thisenr's expressing themselves as receiving chill Tonic is equally valuable as a ,
Grains. Constitution,was framed and ratified.: General Tonic because it contains the : dinner. We are here to please you.
grapefruit advertising of the great benefit from the -
This is the keynote of the appeal of attending serv On the 1st of March, 17S it went well known' tonic properties of QUINIKIi I -
Florida Citrus Exchange, according to 'the' ices. Sinners are being stirred to a and IRON. It act. on the Liver, Drivesout I I
t'lo word-
exchange's advertising. into effect, and George Washington
V the sales realization Malaria, ;Enriches the Blood and
L. Skelly, general manager of their condition and to
tig of some of the ads is particularly wa.s elected the -first President.! It Builds up the Whole System. 60 cents.
of that organization.After the awful results of neglecting the Market
strong along this line. One says: seems that here Is supplied ample ba- I City
the for the current sea.ICon's proffered from
copy a compassionate
"You and all the members of your mercy sir for the application of the( proph-
campaign had been approved by Savior, and Christian people are seek.

the advertising committee, It was in .- ing a closer walk with God. We bespeak : ecy and the time of its rise.
I "The two horns of this beast fitly
part: discarded, Mr. Skelly" says and eternal benefits for YOJIRMUKGSARETHEY S SAd
many people
and as you eat less meats and grains,, represent the two great principles on _.
in entirely new lay-out adopted, at of this community. Bruises and Sprains
you will conserve the latter for ship- which thisgovernment was estab-
suggestion of Jefferson Thomas, The'subject under consideration last
Have Sloan' Liniment handy
roorit broad to feed our soldiers and lished, namely-republicanism and
who handles the exchange's publicity. Sunday night was "The United States 9i for bruise!) and sprains 'and allpi
ojr allies in the war for freedom. Protestantism, or civil and religious
in and aches.
In every one of the newspaper advertisements 'in Prophecy." A goodly congregationWas Quick
"While the oranges and grapefruit! liberty. > follows its prompt application.No .
the first of which is
to in attendance and all the
flown in Florida, ripened on the trees gave "I would that all men everywherewould need to rub For rheumatic
appear early in January, there will be rod best of attention to the lilessage pro aohes, neuralgia, stiff muscles, lame
is properly packed, will keep indefinitely / recognize these grand principles
carried in bold, well-displayed type claimed. ( back, lumbago, gout, strains_, and
t in the ordinary household, these of separation of church and slate, sprains, it gives quick rell l.
this the of salt
message on use instead "The rise and of the United
f : destiny Generous llied bottle. 25c., JOc., II.60.
i uts can not he exported to any great the righteous principles upon which
of sugar: States are clearly foretold in the wordof
extent. They should be eaten in America this nation was founded, and that men
"Tree-ripened Sealdsweet oranges God. The will
part our government
\, leaving more solid foods to go would forever cease to demand: that
\ require but; little, if any, net in the closing !scenes! of this
across the sens."Sunshine the state or municipal authorities: leg WEAK OR PAINFUL?
fugar. Nor need much be used world's history is also clearly outlined

.v and showers islate ecclesiastical which
are prime upon things Do four lungs ever bleed
with Sealdsweet grapefruit. Many in the sacred book '' declared
fxctors in mllkinjl' oranges good. There 'legislation is entriely out of the sphere Do you have &ht sweats? KILLS PAIN
,: persona prefer them with salt instead Envangclist C. R. Magoon at the gospel Have you pains in chest and sides?
Lie more days of sunshine in the citrus of .civil government and only works a
j, of sugar. tent. Do you spit yellow and black matter?
}belt of Florida than in other' hardship and untold suffering
any causes Ar. rou eODtinuallr hawking end cousMngT
Citrus; Fruits Are Both Food And
Busing remarks' the thirteenth
of like in Da you have puns under your shoulder bUd.T Atfh
nica size the United States, to multitudes of good and innocent
Medicine. I chapter of the book'of Revelation These Are)Regarded Symptoms. of cLUNG -
Init almost every dAY the groves are people.
verses part: TROUBLE
ofsed with copious, gentle showers. The subject, for tonight is "Conflict
'('.'>lished an article, approved by the "In these verses Is brought to view
"Somqtimos\ a Florida orange or of the Age%:-Between Christ.and Sa You should take Immediate steps to
United: States food administration, in a third symbol in the line of prophecywe check the j>roRrv of these symptoms r qy't
4 nhich wider of and grapefruit' | is rough and uninviting in tan. Saturday night's subject, "Why The longer you allow them to (
use oranges giapeIniit atbd
looks but cut it and will are 'ing-uaual.lY denominated the to the Sabbath?" advance and dclop the more deep-
; open, you reflie Attempt Change ,
of improving crated and serious jour condition becomes .
was ; as a means the 'two-horned beast.. A beast in
the (ruth that beauty is more Sunday night's subject, "The Close of w
the health of the people of prophecy, always There II Positive Proof that Lung .
I than skin deep. If they have }becd represents some Probation! How Soon Will It Come?" 1 Germlne.. has
1 this country, and also of conservingthe either
political ecclesiastical. relieved
power or completely and speedily case
.pened: on the tree, will find Florida C. R. MAGOON.
supply of solid and less perishable We now ask: What is the after case of Incipient Luna' Disease,
Chronic Catarrh
I i oranges and grapefruit filled with Bronchitis of the .
lends. Lung Catarrh yIthe Kronchlal
of this symbol' Tubesend
delicious, invigorating/: juice."-Tampa THICK, GLOSSY HAIR e>other similar affections. Many sufferers -
One\>f the phrases used in this 'or- :I "The other beasts preceding it represent who said they had lost all hope
Times Nov., 30.KISSIMMEE'! .
tIde succinctly expressed the case FREE FROM DANDRUF and had been given Up by physicians,
great organization standing declare they nave been completely
for citrus fruits in these words: for systems'\ of false leligions; and, by relieved by Lung Germlne. If your s r t r
medicine that tastes like BANKER'S FRIENDS Girlal! Try Itl Hair gets soft, fluffy and rough and i other; srmptoma: are due to n
"They are I' parity of reasoning, it would seem weak lungs, serious developmentsmay r
beautiful/ --Get small bottle
food, and food that is more potent ELATED that this one also represents an or- of Danderlne.a begin follow on neglect.LUNG NOW OEUMINE la the timeto and

than medicine." ganization standing for a great system I Luna build up Germlno and strengthen has relieved your Incipient lunge I

This expression at once appealed to "Twelve years ago I became afflicted of religion and must find an application If you ear* for heavy 'hair that "glis Lung Diseases. according to state- _MAGAZINE

Turiness. Manager C. E. Stewart, Jr., with stomach trouble which stead- among\ the powers'of Earth. tens with beauty and is radiant with inenta statements of sufferers from themselves their doctors, as wellas 360 ARTIGLEr 3 ICCtUSTRATION5

of the Citrus Exchange, as a "dandy" ily became worse until 2 years ago I "When did this power arise? It life i has an incomparable softness and and the patients remain strong; and la

good slogan for advertising Seald- frequently became prostrated with was seen 'coming up out of the Earth' ia fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine. splendid You take health no'chances to'ay' when ycu try BE'TERTHAN

sweet oranges- and grapefruit, and atM colic attacks and bloating. My doctors (territory previously occupied), as beauty Just of one your application hair, besides dou&les It immediately the- LUNG cough OERMIXU*>'rut>s. It is It a la real not like lung cheap ana

all* suggestion Mr. Thomas has incorporated wanted to operate for gall stones. I against the other beasts rising 'up out ; dissolves every particle of bronchial Try one medicine bottle and of see proven for yourself merit. ''

it in much of. the copy now wished to avoid an operation and on of the sea' (from among other nations dandruff. You can not hare nice heavy, how quickly and splendidly It acts. i fr

going out. advice of a friend tried Mayr's Won ,. as seas, in prophecy, always healthy hair if you have dandruff. This cost A full$5 month's..), can supply now ,be which had formerly for only

0' m Some other points of great Impor- derful Remedy with excellent results represent peoples and nations.) See destructive scurf robe the hair of its $the J.00.benefit If you you are have not satisfied derived after with 15c a copy

tance to the crtrus industry of Florida as since taking It about 2 years ago Revelation 17:15.: ). It arises at the I lustre, its strength and its very life using; ono full bottle, ask the drug; Al Yaw Newsdealer
and if not overcome it, produces fever'* BUt for your money back. '
.werebrougbt, out in the article trouble has Yearly Subscription $1SO,
men- my entirely disappeared. expiration of the forty-two months Islmess and itching of the the Good druggists everywhere have
'.ticned.! For instance it Is scalp LungGermlne, ror can get it for you, SmJ for oar net. rV.. cot.
emphasized It simple harmless when
a preparationthat the leopard beast was to go into !laIr roots famish,.loosen and die; then from their. wholesalers.CENrtR evbff of mecAanica6oaAV
the fact th-it the prices of citrus fruits removes the catarrhal mucous captivity, which occurred in 1798 AV the hair falls out fast. Surely .get; a '

"have advanced but slightly, during the from] the Intestinal tract, and allays D. Mr. Wesley, in his note on Revelation mall bottle of Knowlton's Danderlne We Sell and Recommend Popular Nertfc Mlchlcas Mechanic Avenue.Magozln Cabs. .r".ca .

F' last five years,, whereat those of al. the inflammation which causes practically 13, written In 1754, says of the from any drug store and Just try. it. LUNG GERIY1INE ;:"

rout all other food; products have Increased -, all stomach, liver and (intestinal two-horned beast: 'He is not yet Tbd Quinine That Doss Not ATftct.till Used. ,

.' heavily and persistently under ailments, including* appendicitis.. One yet come, though h, can. not be fa? nee."..of Us tonic sod laxative. effect.LAXA. L. DRUG STORE DrI".tJutMalarl..Ban4sUPS,..... : :.:,

tY t1Je.pre..ure of growing. demand and dOle-wl1f convince or money refunded. i oft', for he Is to appear at the end off rivet.8\1.ONOQV1NINH. end doe* not c.'_bett.rth.axt.ow..s.oftisa1ngIshead B o.dt.arrpuIsl. The OIAIM.eelud TAVTEtKHa>e8nll eblUTpNlC.arimesnsT etmathealu toete.OROVK'8 -,
t \:00: geasenldg supply. ..J. Z.. Roberson, druggist. I the 'forty-two (/months of the first\ laoa tot te sltaatura, R.m.mberthalull B. W. a We..d ....... -y ...;..
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:K J Ltt-Aourn y. Controversy ,I I W.C.T.D. COLUMN v ' 1.t t-tr .

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: .' There has been a decided rift in the My legal opinions to you have always (Mrs. J. M. Cochrane.)

,1'' ;i G.urtaIQ.of of good feeling: that encomIMiased been upon the facts then stated Truth is not invalid, and need Try this' treat 'f
Governor Catts and Attorney and existing and upon a careful con
not mind how roughly handle her:
S }r'" W; w. Flournoy, of DeFuniak sideration of the constitution and you
She has splendid constitution .
a and
' Springs, for BO long a time. It seems statutes of Florida. I have given you ,
f' that the Governor believes Mr. Flour no opinion inconsistent therewith. No she will lunIve'every trial and every. cooking t.
labor.-O. W. Holmes.' ec.ononzy' ;
noy gave him some very poor advice suggestion of any construction other

k at.times on legal and! political matters than a consistent purpose to give you Sara Beer Causes-German And Austrian 1

i f and following a statement in the advice to lead you to follow] the constitution Demoralization. .

Pensacola Journal a d.y'or' two ago as it 'is' and not as anyone -
that.Mr. Flournoy was going to pub.Jlsh' might: have it to be. My advice to whole a front plea page which of covers a,recent almost issue the the Any good cook can make a first rate cake 'with ,

in the Journal some letters that you as to your powers of.suspension, Masonic how that cake,
Observer urges its readers butter. But'' my!. does eat into a pound
In' other well\ ,
passed between the Governor and as every case, as you' .
as individuals and organizations to demand
himself, the Governor beat the Colonel know, was after consideration of the the suppression of such industries 'of expensive butted! '

to' it with the following letter given constitution aityd\\ of its interpretationby as are'standing in the of'full "

out here; the courts; My advice to you oral- and 'complete victory for the way armies of: Yet there is a way'to make perfectly delicious cake
Chamber ly has been exactly, as I have written.It . I "
-: "State of Florida, Executive :
.I\ the United States The appeal reads: withdur using: speck of butter. May 'whisper I
Tallahassee, Sept.. 181917.. has not been different at different "This country has grown the larges : we .
494on., W. W, Flournoy DeFuniak times., the ? '
crop of potatoes ever known in its his secret I
If will read letters to '
Fla. you my you
Springs, .
lory, but freezing will ,ruin much of i it
"Dear Sir: You say on Sept. 14 of June 7, 15, and July 5, you will Use '
unless are made available rich
cars to ship Cottolene.
pure Keep to recipe.
that your letter and other kindred- find 'what: I have said with referenceto them. your

ters had reference in, particular to notice, opportunity to be heard, and "A tremendous car shortage exists . But .instead of using butter, use Cottolene-one-th'ird ,t

Sheriff Dowling' but i in general to all causes for suspension., It i is needless .
? for use in moving valuable food products ', "" less -than you' would ordinarily' use of butter. *f'
without to repeat it' her You know what I .
those whom I have suspended
". urgently needed, but thousands of :! .1 .\.1": '.
have said and know that it ,has been
notice and without a hearing. Let refrigerator, ears are regularly assigned :' .: Profit by the of other housekeepers' '
,. me; ask you who, to suspend consistent. I said and 'still, say that to breweries and are in daily ? ;;

*t anybody without a notice and you have the power, as distinguished use on the railroads of the' United who have, found that Cottolene-because of its greater + ;

without a hearing. It upon youradvlce'glven from your' duty, to suspend! without .
\ States loaded full
to capacity
notice and without but I carrying richness- farther than 'other shortenings which ,
.{ me while you were in my! a hearing, beer for saloons and blind pigs. goes

home. a guest there, and also in my said and wrote you, quoting Chief "Millions of bushels of wheat want they had been using. t. ,:
office'before myself and Mr. Burke.I Justice Raney, in State ex reel vs.
ed for food, but millions of bushes of
think that your advice, now bearing Johnson, 30 Fla. 433, that while you barley wasted for beer, when an order .' See if you don't make a cake that are proud of. '
... suspend .
'- another-altegcthermia certainlc: bete< JBOwert0: . .without! .no-.. from-Uie-.gx>yernment losinif:-tit.. .
,;k- rr, .nI.aJdncthe game, roan blow. hot and tice and withoutaa_ hearing,yet it-was breweries could save it.""t m1 jnifY9: : '''could t 't'ifi delicious r f !es IIlakpies* l": 1* .1

cold out of the same mouth, and such your duty to give notice and 'give a "It is right that we should save to ,

advice seems to me is that kind which hearing,, to which the officer 'had, a serve. and pastries, crisp biscuits, tender muffins and digestible -
because constitutional right. I explained this : ,
cannot be appreciated a '
ion cannot know which is right. Your perk to you also,upon the occasion of your "It is wrong for the government, to .:: fried things that rich Cottolene makes, we,
permit waste in enormous quantitiesof
advice also to me while a visitor at first suspension, which procedure you ; are would Cottolene in"all
the same food it asks us to pains J. sure you use your
my home, thatrl" had a right to expel followed in suspending C. B. King, '
' r any' man .from the House or the Send January 8, 1917, the superintended takingly substitute and use here with f4 frying and in all your baking. .
rigid that others better
made ridiculous good of" Jackson county, which: suspension economy 1 ,I ,
r ate, me among .a adapted for abroad the .-'1 ,; '
,many lawyers in the State, who say was sustained by the last Senate.. may be use made available on fighting'ront there in "1 Wholesome Cottolene produces perfectly delicious -
r that the House and Senate are judge You of 'course recall the state of ":
of their own members. I came very facts and the condition, together abundance. results. It combines true economy with better +
near doing a foolish'thing by your sad- with the' parts of the constitution governing THIS WASTE CONTINUE? cooking. I

'vice in this direction. I, therefore, do the same at the time we>' discussed
"Is I it more
important that beer be ;'
not accept any advice .in regard to your powers of suspension Try it in familiar and Cottolene '
hauled regularly and supplied to debauch ,- any recipe see.
,your letter of Sept, 14, as I have law. with regard to members of the House
fv' -yers in whom I can implicitly trust 'and Senate Any high school boy must our people (soldiers and sailors is sold. by grocers in tins of convenient sizes.
included o.J.hat ,
) barley shall be made
for/advice and who do not give me know, even with his short course in I r i
into brae than waste to furnish fat
one kind of advice on one occasion civil government, that under the Florida .
profits for an unprincipled and unscrupulous
and another kind on another occasion, constitution the members of the Recipe for MARBLE CAKE
few than it is to 'save food
as this kind of advice is liable to get House and Senate are the judges or '

not only the Governor but anybodyelse ,their o'wn< : members. I explained thisin and win the war'T"Make Yt cup Cottolene I'i cups flourteaspoon m
detail' it plain to those in author 1 % cinnamon .
into trouble to you while in your library cup sugai
ity, in no uncertain language, that .
:t: 4 "Your letter of the 14th In regard. while, as you put it, "I was a guest you 'l' 2 eggs

rto.j the' draft is at hand. It seems ''to of your house" you, of course,,have emphatically condemn this glaring in- 1 % cup milk % teaspoon nutmeg -

j f me you are very: hard to satisfy about forgotten neither of the facts, the con. consfstency between the savings urged .lr; ,- 3 level teaspoons .

j these* matters, and when I have time ditions nor the advice thereupon. by the government and the waste permitted Y n'- ; .. baking powder 1 tablespoon
by the government that for -- }i salt molasses '
'I will take the matter up of how much'I Your reference to my letter to you ; teaspoon "

paid you'in toto.but I have not time of the 29th of August, relative to your the period of the war Americans de- 1 Cream Cotiolene, add sugar gradually,''

,. action in connection with the attorney mand nothing less than the fullest use yolks of eggs beaten thick and light

"1 7.als
in which you say that your office Ales toward me on August 22, while Attorney the war and the prompt suppression added alternately with milk. Then,, I.

fail to show any answer from me as General West and I were in of every industry, thing, or individual '' + whites of eggs beaten stiff. Pour one- l

office and time that even in the least ,degree third batter into bowl and add to it'
to. your letter of August 29, relative] your at that in con
nection tends to impair or interfere with its molasses and spices. Pour into wcll-' ,
with this
,', to the attorney generalship It seems! I matter, constitutes --
me that this,matter ,of the ttorney &\'gratuitous, 'insultj i Your;converea. successful;prosecution.. (Ii.) "',,.1", ;"ti: 1' "?;; j .,' ... .,greased, pan;; alternating light and, duk. | '
:, i is,"settled f and' STieedslino t one th,me f.'upon this IUbJe tJ'.elly fa.',''Take.nction esIndividualsandorganliatiens ; ! ! ? ) ..i,1\: ,J: "> mixtures, : ': .;..., ,'" .!.""',j.\\"!\\",wi, '' ,
\ nma30' '!,tur,:'iMW&wu&WHraa;;. (! ; t"
t Bn ** Writovor telsgraph' your trom' you or]to anybody those during the s et Le-gisla i ; P o Bake 40 to 45 minutes in moderate oven." It

]Ie. r I P'cert inlj1-b opeBthat11haver )! lure e.TwhcnTfasTyoufputO' $ l fwasTa personal!;! 1 Jliiessagcs'jrand, f yourunitedresolutions . "
.. .._ made myself plain and I hope 'that guest at your home," lead me":to of protest.. "DO IT NOW. ' '
N ,: FAIR '
On another of the JTHE tP N
yo\i\ fully understand my 'position in ] consent to be atttorney genera]. page same paper "AU" .-
regard, to all these matters now. I for the reasons then stated and as the question of beer, its influence on

want to be friendly with you,' but it stated to you in my letter of the'29tb those nations which for generations: .Oo -

seems from the way you write it is of August, and also personally]! have,been its devotees, and the necessity -

very hard indeed to satisfy you\ about on the 22d of August Of course, you for the immediate and entire prohibition -

anything. What have I done that you know I care nothing about the ap- of its manufacture in this Cottolene e
., do not like? I am conscious of having pointment. Whether I would] have accepted rountry are considered. The caseagainst : (1
beer is stated itr these
i not is
done no wrong to you or to anybody or not expressed, because -
". else. In regard: to Sheriff Dowling I ; as I stated to you, any expression "There was a time when we listened

and these other men, I think 1 am from me would] have to be pre with some decree of respect to th! "Makes Good Cooking Better"
mah who said, 'I never use whisky or
ceded by
; able to take care of myself. a voluntary expression from
"Yours very truly, I you the appointment is insignifl-' and other strong: liquors; I confine inv

(Signed) "SIDNEY J.' CATTS, cant when compared to your inexcusable drinking entirely to beer in moderate

""Governor." and inconsistent and ungrateful quantities'; a time' when the 'German

beer t _garden, with its attractive and
conduct toward me. :You state: "It ,

'J : Flournoy Replies, Charging Governor seems to me ,,that this matter of the homey ,surroundings looked to be (on ,J

,; With "Ingratitude" attorney generalship is settled and Its face, at least) reasonably respect . "
table and decent but that time is _J
,needs no answer from me to you or ; not ,
Answering Governor Catts's caustic '
t to else." This is now.
anyone ( your replyto
letter to himself, published in the
"The German and Austrian boast
r" my letter of the 29th of August
: --r '''Journal, in which the Governor accused .
' has been that
relative to the generalship. they were sober nations.dailydrinkers ,
attorney )
t f' him of giving him misleading But 'did ] of beer, but in moderation -
reply to
.etter which I
and him be you my dollar of the ] be
0' advice causing thereby to was courteous to and not given to the use of HEART-TO-HEART TALK WITH every principal, or
It made ridiculous, W. W. Flournoy, in youhich our past drinks. compelled to pay more and more taxes
r, friendly relations justified in strong SOUTHERN FARMERS ABOUT
., his answer, published herein, accuses a manner and get'no interest '
"These two nations demonstratIng -
are Us Card
in the least bit Drop
i Governor CatU openly of ingratitude."It reciprocal) BUYING 4-PER-CENT LIB, A United States government Lib- a
It is painful to recall the as no one ever expected to see it
is painful to recall the many many er y bond is practically! the same as
demonstrated the ERTY
truth of scientific BONDS. FOR
which I have done with PRICES ON
act which I have done with a pur- a. purpose money. Best security on Earth.. Can
claims] tbat beer is slower]
that they might be drinking to -
helpful and
pose that they 'might be helpful to to laudable ambition and show its damaging results than 'dis- When.the second Liberty bond issue be sold in the open market any time
you and to, your laudable ambition your for the for its face value, or you can borrow Sweeping CompoundThe
"r good of Florida but tilled liquors in both the individualand was floated, the banks of the South
and,for the good of Florida the attorney ; now to note! such more on it than on any other collateral -
,.. expressions as contained in your let- the nation, but that in the longrun 'very patriotically subscribed for mil-
\ 'r writes. And then adds- ter of the 18th ultimo which it is even more debasing, demor- .ions of dollars worth of these bo...'s ; '

"which brings us, of course, to .but of course'to but sad bringsus alizing, and brutalizing to its users. u help make the loan a success. Better talk this l over with your Gore Disinfectant Co. '
one ending-
f; one sad ending--separation of friend banker RIGHT NOW. Don't put it
separation of After "Shall we continue the breweriesand They took as many as they could
'\: ship" This letter, in full, which concludes . AS did friendship., stated "I writing the sale] of beer? stand. THEY made the loan a suc off. Uncle Sam needs some of YOUR ORLANDO, FLA. 44-tf
want to
I.: the correspondence, follows: you you to feed and clothe our boys
"Shall make 'Huns' 'of Ameri-
be friendly! with' Is it ? we .
you. possible cess.Now .
MI : October 6, 1017. Could you possibly mean this when cans by the beer process-for the private it ii YOUR duty to buy YOUR "over there. I

... _.r Governor Sidney J. Catts, you contemplate and permit yourselfto profit of brewery stockholders share of these bonds ,and give YOUR -- t i

. .;' ... :Tallahassee, Fla. be conscious of what I have done and the blood money derived from the help toward winning the war. Because ..+......... . .. M tf. . . ..+.... .t.toooo..o.fO. . 4> (.'

':: Dear Governor: for and and business by our government in the -
you family, aftervurngr
your .
:!':?' Absence from the office has prevented : me as you did ? form' of taxes? No enemy across the If these bonds are not taken off the Cold Storage for Fresh Meats j \

ti?* earlier reply to your letter of The last statement in your letter is, water Is more of a menace .to our bankers'> hands before the next bond I Xjt

''the 18th ultimo. "In regard to Sheriff fowling and country in peace or war than'the combined spue, in February, the banks can not Etc. hr

rf Your letter is a keen disappointment. these other men, I think I am able to liquor interests 'of the United subscribe for .bonds aa they did the Eggs, Vegetables,

3 ? Possibly 1 should recall and States. We have stopped the distillers nut time. '
; take( care of that myself. I hope you STORAGE RATES Of MEATS: .
.!tfiflljr, adhere to ,the precepts yoji'hJd area Arid I hope ,that you will follow from distilling, but .we have .allowed What'will happen then } : ,

,- .o often, expounded, especially constitution sooner or later in connection the sale of liquor already dis- Bond sales will sag. If they sag, Quarter of Beef _.......Vsclb. Meat left \tin Storage ud "

Proverbs; 15:1.: If there i is 'justification : wjth them. tilled.. We still permit the breweries and bonds are not sold in sufficient' : Whole Hogs _.=.......Vaclb. cut as used __....... Ie 0. '.

for'any exception, I think your,, Yours sincerely to operate. quantity, the government will\ atop 1s-

:c,. letter tome affords such. WM. W., FLOURNOY, "Demand a clean-up and> a clean- suing them and will raise the money '< Curing Pork ready for smoking, 1 l-2c.. per pound, ; >

,. It Is inconceivable to me that any out of the entire business. Demand by Increased taxation-of which you Curing and Smoking, 2c per pound.

.' man who .has:used my offices and service it NOW. Stop the whole booze business willl have to pay your share.A .
*, both professional and as a ; What is LAX-FOS and the savings of sober work billion dollars month for wr .
; .
\ n ; Jriend, and for whom I tealously' UU-FOS 1 IS M MPROVCB CASCAM ers invested in bonds will roll into purposes MUST be raised. There ii i ; Bring us your hogs the day they are killed. We wall do"I" I r ; '

'., .incessantly and fearlessly and conalstently Digestive Liquid laxative. Cathartic the' treasury' of our, government likea no getting around It. the rest.i I

t; : labored, could ,write me any and Liver Tonic. Contains Cascara Bark mighty flood to help win the War," Which would you rather d'o- loan .

" rach letttr.. If there i anything In4table Blue Flag Root, Rhubarb Root. Black money to the government for a term < *
AS6 :
sh ,' .it seems to', it, Is Root May. Combines Apple Root strength,8eDaaLd.wdhpIa. with pea !A want ad.' in'"the Valley Gazette i of j yean 'and get,4, per cent interest i KISSIMMEE leI: ,& COLD STORAGE CO. i

yIr ..;., z f>n expression. .t UcV of gratitude. 1 I tattle aromatic taste.;;Does not gripe 50o, :will rent your: ip re'rooms. 't _ji .. I annually on'it, and full protection far rL ..4>t.*....0.'., .4>.>.'<<'.-.* .....4>.."....>...<))04)).'-..HH'.*.0.t.'
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: KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE i the to approaching the association.fair, with littleexpense ,

The horse owners expect to pull offA I
.....u..rd kverr Frldar.Oran. race on the afternoon of Christmas LE" AD.ER'S".l:

, !.Klssta fall*sW. ?...Ua FI.rl".r
purses will be offered on these dates. '

B. HARRIS sad K. U.Knburrlpllon VANS AOJ'I1We. but a small fee will be charged the ,
......,..... ,_ 1'1.' ::11 pate!' receipts 'to go to the owners Sale-Dec. 8
-" Dec. 8- Big Saturday H

Classified Advertisements

MBeR 24 lb. sack Pillsbury Flour, . 1.69

DWKLMNQS for rent.! Apply to M
Tiller' 12" Pillsbury Flour, .89

NEnAL hUll' I....for FAllMINQ To live know stock Florida's l. and profitable poultr possU 1nFlorida. 24 h. Ballards Obelisk, 1.75 _

l mining1, dairying, fruit- and (truck F .j-7'-1 -ll1 ll1Iffil :
ItrnwIiiK read (!h,' Florida Farmer 12 Ballards Obelisk .89 (
lj mid, Hoim'SctkT. Hlx month; triomilisfrlntlon .
2!* cents. Sample copy '
SATE PRESSP free, Aildr'i-ss: Florida: Farmer and 24 Self-Rising Flour 1.69 .
1t.I.eer.) Hox aGO,. Jacksonville, .. ,
j I Fin. firtiFOIi ?' 12" ", Self-Rising Flour .85' ..
I IIHNT-Kui'n Inlii-d rooms or bettjwherever ,
.ul| . .
l s l in modern, ronvpnluiit holm, COHH! h In 24 ,, Oklahoma Hard Wheat .1.69. ...
__.., _. ..OI ,. ,
one Con>', I'no' Yfiir. -- 101)1! J': \\'ells Iteiil KMtatft and Insurance.116 there is a Victor or Victrola. :
dine 'opy, Six :MonlliB. -" 1.OuUna :MAI.Iiotto. St. Phone IU.Wl "
I Copy, TJirve Months-.*- ..t6Allebmmunlratlans 24 Fine Pastry Flour '. 1.55
I K buy 110'''-)'. Nand ttnmjflfft. Jacknonvlllo 11111 Nothing more acceptable ; nothing :

c0rrcapnndunts 4"1"| must from ourauthorised boiKnvd ,' !.., ....111..CrutUcr. Works, JarkxonMl BB- III ''more enjoyable. .4 12" Whole Wheat' Flour, .90

the writer. .
,.- '. unless Rejected called matter for. will not'. .t>. returnedfr _I',-HiIN, -. 1 Mrn'wanti'd Ain; ttv.xjST nt .61t. I't'nnn.d?. y00-21 evenue . d. liii Stop, in any time and we'll gladly' 12 ". jo Graham Flour, .. .90,

1. (Entered In the 1'ostofflco at -, (cliuri'li lli'twi'fn my old realIence pin! with and opal Huptinl li-* liii give you a descriptive, list of .the 24 ounces Pan Cake Flour .10
I Florida, as second-class matter) center. .It'warlor'r..tu'n.. .VKH
I' NAG K1AAK 1a..1t.nnnlll4 -1 liii newest records and play any numbers 12 can Corned or Roast Beef<< .25

', DECEMBER 7, 1917_ rent Tn HKNT to arty-Will who, give will Vfrvchrnp help I ill you wish to hear. 2 large Lye Hominy .25-

'I, Don't forget. the Red Cross mass Small with houo wood cook work..stove Will cheap also sell 619 Brown::: ; w cans .

meeting. at the Casino on Sundaynight. ..,..!tahhette mreet BlltpdKXCHANOI3 ID I j 1i|, R. DeWitt f 3 cans Vienna _Sausage, .. :25'No.
J.',,n -Thr <>-iitory l.rlokulldlnfr.
.,. \ >>*t. "n'. South 4(11,116( fce-t Seventh, on lot street.stork 40x120ff Nt.1T 1 Pianos and S 2 can Pennsylvania Corn .10 .

.ec, ,-.?.._;,;:1'!'ASwIn-thartarnCtPagreas" .<.hfl+I atAh. ,., : ( '!(I.nlHll.In'um.. .. :.. \ _" .
; 1T onl415ii4: : ''' '( ,, .
rnhne .. .
sembfed in Washington." So says the ,farm- In ; Florida' ,'"i PF here Yr5i"'Is t. lC astiloodUl < <,-":""";' VictTi'; '..",..!' White. Sak' Meat, rper.tpoundiMt.30! ; ,,,:)'::r.JA!. ,.

Lakeland Star. That's.ell right ad far opnortunltyVe have also I ....
td Kansas and I\fl."nurl.fllrm. Blue Butter pound ".50 ,
some v as it Roes; but they will expect the for Florida! flrnr",.,)". Full particulars liiliiiiffiuiiiii Kusimmee. Florida per .
to Interested onrtles Good farm ...... ..,, .... '
citizen ... .06
of .
:ACTIVE co-operation every and three fiouses for rent.NELI4ON.RFALTY -. -"''' -- Meal' and Grits, per pound :'t
in waging'. the campaign.; / ,CQllff'ANY.'Bowling -- -- - -- - -- -- I
.' Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Blackwell of very In the case of O. J. Tomllnson and "
? Sophronla I>. Tomllnson, his wife. Complainants
HALF OF TICKETS SOLD FOR Ashton are moving to town and will vs. \Vllllam Mllar and Sadie

FRIDAY: GO TO RED CROSS occupy apartments at the residence.. of Mlltir.Peninsular his" wife Grocery; Marlon CVimpany.: W. I'eckham a corporation ! I The Taylor Stores leadTaylor't d
Mrs. F. G. Thomason.Mr. : Jacob Kpnteln: Baltimore Har- : :
Kaln House, a partnership, liutler Bro, "
A benefit for the Red Cross will be arid Mrs. W. E. Railey of Danville a corporation; Qnttarauitus Cutlery.
given at the Casino on Friday night Ky., arrived in Kissimmee for I Hall Company, a corporation And .
]>ec. 14. "The Flaming Omen" a grip Open for business the winter and are pleasantly located I Mc\\hcrto. efendants.Mutton &, Company, In acurpoi Grocery, Phone 250 ',.
ntlon. pendlnK
)II{ h
ring story of love and mysticism set DAY and NIGHT in apartments at II. M. Breaker's I th.(9reuit\ Court of the Seventh The Ollar Store Phone 38 .J' '
Judicial Circuit of the Mate of 't
in the wilds of the Andes, and feat.ur-1 home. I 1' Florida' In and for vceola County, InChnncery STRi-TI'CASH! : *1
", will be shown. Ladies welcome at all times. the nderslrfn, as H|>i-Hnl .
inn Mary Anderson I Miss Bessie returned home' ,
Moseley Master In Chancery, will sell at itubllcoiit --- "
I ----- -- - .,
Aa a special attraction Miss ZelU Wednesdays, I to 5 p. m., 1 P. onday from Tampa where she has I .. < r>, for yeah In hood I. to the hlichestMder : I ,.'
W. J. Sears left Wednesday .
I.I.'t lit the front door of the Court J. T. Reaves Mrs. Aaron Reaves
Wilson of New Smyrna will give an, ladies only. Lien studying 'for the civil: service. house In KIMMlln..."... County of Osceon I I. to his duties :
of dancing Miss Wil . < Florida, ilurlnnr theo letcnl liouis of and Mrs. Coy Reaves'returned Saturday : for' Washington resume : Ii .
interpretation She took the examination last Wed- ale. on Monday, the 7th JHV of in the halls of Congress. He will stop ,
son is an artist her profession and L. E. FLORY na day; . property''n', A. I'. l 1S18-wltI the: following ""Janu'l I evening from Miami. where they ;I a* Camp Wheeler at ;Macon Ga., whileen .;

.1 i as studied under professionals in l J Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Dennis of Shingle ut uqinliereil. Twelve (121 ff nto..kJ' ;|<: visited Mr. Reaves's, daughter, Mrs.! route and visit the military companies ',
and other cities. She will "<' Hundred and Sixty (60) nt 'h"l
Now York .- Creek, accompanied by'C. G, Bowen -' Town of. Kt, Clouil' according to I James 'O'Bcrry, and her family. from Florida stationed there. f'
for .ald Town ofTK'H of ,.
in costumes of :
appear, appropriate and family of Orchard, Neb., -motored ihu pint Clerk! of the (fircuttnC urt In und The party also visited Mrs. Aaron ___ J'
,the different dances. Mi s Wilson aSKS for nl 1.1 Onceola County" by the )Hi'mlnole -
to phyrhills the first of the Reaves's sister Mrs. C. H. Strickland
no remuneration: for her work: i:: k bend and Inventnient ('ompasylarchascr To Cure a Cold In One Day.Y.ketAXATWEAROMOQuinlne.rtetop.the.'
week for a visit with friends. to pay for special mauler's at Palm Beach on the return trip. :' l.
The Red'Crosa members will sell deed
; ..
< .. .-- Dated this 7th day of iJerember A. The trip was made via automobile and I Cough .,0<1! liesijacbe end works off the Cold.
inlets 1 for.the occasion, and Manager $ '[ MAHTHIl'M:; JlA LB. Ltngglatl rrfuud money. if it fill to cure.
ty IX 1917. 1II I TON I'UHIKJIOH the travelers were away just "week J I I 1 I .
tub boa. 30O.
J:: tt." W. OKOVH'U: tiguatiu en
Woodbeck will divide "CO-CO" on all ns Special Master In Chancery.Solicitors :..
such tickets sold. rgc: ?" Notion la herttiy Mrlvvn that tinder "11 HUH Ar 8TKKO.
.t w ; a llt and fy virtue of a final decree In Chan I for Complainants.\ 8l4tCompare
6 :. .
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t Mr. .and Mrs. W. T. Vail vfsited C. -it- : -- -- -- -- / "

Clowder and family on the former f
i Vail farm, for several 'days this week. Nov. 20th'HuntingfSeasonwOpens
These Prices
Mr. and Mrs.'J. B. Woodall and their : ,
L .

If1 ,daughterMissT(Vernon!? andLlls( elms-ytapd motored\; l'to i"on"Mon ; ,iTh'ln.; ,...':",_,' .", " 'o'tI".1;',," '\,.;. \\''f"f'" \ '''.', 1 '" ,''H' ';,I' :',..JA.IJ, .!',u. 'w" ., ',p.. .

!tRVTdeo on Frrda to '' !'elae\ aal..iia-11.VicuoLxVl I ,,'.,:. Some_people__ think th yjaayeltoipayJmore"] J for|grocenet lD Kis 1T i

;' L :":;'ii t: They returned .om aturday af e $200 Mdti, ', 'y,.,aimmee than in any other place"in Florida: ?

-. reon. ,, "! Fens the benefit- of then I have-taken- the'prices'of'I'Mickler'i I (1'0. v vam u

I The genial face of, Capt. Clay Johnson ;and provision store (the largest in the State) and have compare'ihi. You. will need Guns,' Shells, Leg-: '
Klssimtnee !
pleasant 'sight on -
was a prices with ours, and give them to'the people, so they can see we
streets this week. lie cane up .
gins and Camping Outfits.
Monday from Okeechobee City, wher are treating them right. .
i: he makes his headquarters, but directs Every music-lover Our motto i ia: "LIVE and LET LIVE. Quick tales and small
: sIV "

ven his ,shipping Palm Beach business and from other Moore points.Ila-Ho should ask Santa profitf.We deliver all sale of groceries from $3 up, and all hay, grain, See our big stock before buying of

.( returned to his work today. and feed by the sack.. '
I for a Victrola Mickler'i Prices.\ Our Prices. : Winchester Loaded Shells Leg- '
Dr. Davis the well-known opto- _: .
Flour, Grits, and l't1eal- _
(r- : me.trimlst. has returned from his regular Hecker's Pancake Flour____________IX___$ .13% 2 for $ .25 Camping Outfits Hunting

\ f fR r optical trip to towns couth and Because the Vickrola is the onlyinstrument Self.Ri.inff Flour, 24 ibs__________..:______ 1.65 1.60 I gins, '
be his home office Lincoln
T,. House will until at about Feb. 1 ,1918 at where in the world that can Grits and Meal, per Ib...________________ ..061/2 4 for .25 Coats Shell Vests and Belts-
Pillsbury Flour, 24 lbs___:_____,._______?__ 1.87 1.75 .
i ,'1 he may be seen for glasses for poor bring every music-lover his favorite Dates, 'per pkg__..:__ ________________:.__ .17Vi .15 ""

: vision eye strain,.or headache. 'Eyes music. rendered by the greatest Prunes, per lb_____--__________.__??___ .20 .17 "
' tested free and work guaranteed. 41.2tKissimm'ee 'artists In the world. Probably you Ham, Lard, and Bacon- New Stock Hammerless Guns $20.00 Up. ::

was gladdened last week who read this advertisement White Bacon _..:_____________ __________ .37" .34 ,
are a I'I
1 by the presence of several of her boys Crisco, small ______. __._________________ .47 .40
of Company B, who were here on furloughs lover of music: Come in and see ___ __ __ .80 I
Crisco, medium __ ____ ____ __ __ .93 *
c' t to eat Thanksgiving dinnerswith us about a Victrola. IflOu... Kream Krisp, small..________-_________:.._ .37 .35 Ladies' 20 Gauge Shot Guns, the ;
{ the home folks. Among these interested in easy terms.let us show Kream Krup, medium.A.r____ .93 .75 \II .

.Were Ed Roberts, Joe Butler, FrankO'Berry how really our are. Star Hams, per lb______-_____________. .40 .32 finest stock to' pick from.
Roy O'Berry, Ira Best, Edward easy Picnic Shoulder ..___,_________________ .29 .28
i.Mi Newton, Lee McClain. Paul MeXee __ __ ___ 1.60
VKU v1M SI 1 M MOO. Armour's Fine Lard, 5-lb cam__ __ 1.80

, i. Fortenberry Lieut. McCaughen w Lard Compound per>> Ib_________________ .27 .24

& Sergt. McGowan, Bill Ashton Will Pickle (sour), medium_____________-.___ .15 .12
:, S/ '- Mason Tiller. Tice McAllister, Lutz Pickle (sweet), medium___________...___,. .15 .12 W. B. Makinson Co. f

fti and Adler. They left on the afternoon Vinegar (Cider), quart bottle!:__-: __.:______ .30 .14

train Sunday, when seemingly half oft Ammonia, bottle ?_______.______________\ .10 .10 ty

: ai 'Xlssimmee'a population turned out to Broom, 4-string _______________--------- .75 .60 .
see them oft. Washing Powder, Octagon__________-____ .06 .05 =--.-- ----_-- .------.=-- ,:.:-..

i Lime, Hydrated Sanitary, per ack---_.______ .45 .40 loo.oooooOOO 0009 .9 9'4 9000000 O oo.o'o'ooooo

'i : HORSES IN WINTER TRAINING Matches .____*_______.________-_______ .06 .05
. i ? QUARTERS AT FAIR GROUNDS R. DeWitt Frown Oats Feed, bulk, per lb__________________ .04 .03

and VictrolasKuiimuee : Argo Starch, bulk,.per lb-_______________ -OGVz .06 Wanted 'Tt Buy 'I 1 1t I .
Arrangements are. now being trade Pianos Kingford's Starch ____:____________:______ .12 .10 : ::

10 install a bunch of tine racing* hones ,Fla. Scratch Feed, per lb_________________;___ .05 .04Vi

end the usual crowd of att4t
their: grounds flvre they'will take "OASOAEETS" WORE Mincemeat, Nonesuch _"-___--_-__________ .12V& .11 I Camphor Berries w ,

1 winter, WHILE YOU SLEEP P. & G. Soap_____________1____________ .06V4 .06 TWill
? I vp : quarters. Octagon Soap. 9 01_ _______..____________ .06 .06 !. ,
'' t A committee from the raioliovreovaiers ; Ppr Sick Headache Sour Stomach ',cry Soap, 9 ox__-__J:________._________ .06Va .06 $9.00 bushel and '.

t ; now at...Ocala, were in the, city Sluggish 'Liver and Bowels- Wizard Soap ________________________-. -_ 6 for .25 pay per .

this week, looking over tho grounds, Take Cascjreu. tonight. I Hammer Soda _-______________________-, ..... N .05 .

and expressed themselves .as well l Maxwell Home Coffee-________'__________ .35 .32 express charges for Camphor i.;.'.:

Furred; Tongue, Bad Taste, Iadlgpa. I Senate Coffee ___-_..,,__________________ ..... .35 '
pleased with the locality and with the Lion, .Sallow bkin and Miserable.Headaehea : .., PI?** Coffee __...*._._____.:.__.__________ -.- 'v .26 Berries free from stems and trash.'' ft
Information sent to the lined
grounds. was come. from ft torpid ana : Arbnckle' Coffee __..::1._______________......; ..... .24 I"I ,
f headquarters, at Ocala, and the members : clogged bowels, which cause ;your stomach ; .24 I i 1. '
i to became filled with : Postum .------.j----------------- '
, of the committee who visited here
garbage ------------------
expect to return l in a few days with ,
in ft twill barret. That's the first
i' their horses. There will be from 20 step to untold misery'-indigestion, foul I' OTHER THINGS, too numerous to mention, IN PROPORTION. I"I Green Cove Springs, Fla. .
.to 25 of these horses, with perhaps gases, bad breath yellow skin mental e
,three dysen' attendants. I fears, everything; that is horrible and '
Aside to the stimulus .to"trade the nauseating A Oaac: -aigbt will

} 'bringing here nearly fifty people give your constipated and straighten bowels a tborouJIIcle&n.in8 out;' by I Split'Nickle Grocery A. w. ANGUM .. a aR. i< l,;; '
i would make;with their thing'and the ; ; "
I morn ing. They work while ;you sleep- I : .
I, beard for.their horses, their presence! *.10ent box: froin your druggist win. PHONE .141. j ,. 422 BROADWAY. "; F. D. Not./ Green Cove Springs Fin.t .: ::
: y would insure splendid racing track II keep you Reeling goo(| fort month*. | I . E
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t : )'Just Received Shipment of Women's Gun Metal. English Walking Shoes' sold by others for $4.50 and $5.00>,, Our Price, $'3. 7 5 -"

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d "- ",,- oooo..ouoo.oooJ' > RY'S.Our Xmas stock is ready. STO 51.2t Program for Week nf f December 10th Sitting

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I Weather Report Miss Clara'Tyner 'has accepted a -

position with the Story Store Company , MONDAY. D' '
I. ,. 'J Edith off .. ,
: Storey /The Vengeance '
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'"..;: .-- FollowYng l;; ;: are"'daily" : temper; :-:'\ ,-;,G.-.t: :.L.faxtmataKiiavmtwinmMmrfnMimwrit.Sullivan of the Boggy creek,";,* *\ < Dnriuid.'t"rsr'. ?!*w e,.<*!,*eatuixti?eras 1&\ :;*ry r 1f witiWMit 'JO C//i 2.; w- W: "Ji'it'i'r :

: : '. tores:and precipitations as reported Ktssimmee's Norma Talmadre in i'FalherY Hot : '" r 0 '
"Y>> by Government station section was among Isitor. Hand." '"
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; at Kinsimmee fo- the week end Monday.
\ ing Thursday, Dec.; 6: bargains Second Episode, of "The Fighting And, be ready for the guests'for the Holidays by buying .
Hosiery !! for the whole fam TraiL"First "' ,

',, ,:-' .______Max._ 82 MIn.58, RainFriday ily. STORY'S. 51-11; Concert by Kissimmee Orches , 'f from our store, ".

Saturday 78 '. 64 Mrs. lO. J. Cook and her aister-in- I tra.Vitagraph.. .r Parlor Suits
------ Davenports, Chairs, Rockers, Library ':
Sunday u_-___ 75 45 law, from Halnei City, were in the .
; Monday uu-, 77 ,4.; city Wednesday shopping and visiting!I TUESDAY. Tables, Art Squares and Rugs. Also we have a complete .

Tuesday _____..' 73 46) I relatives 'I Francis X. Bushman and Beverly Hue'of Bed Room Suits, Dining and Kitchen Fur '

Wednesday -_: 71 64 ..35 Pianos direct from the factory mean ', Bayne in "The Adopted Son." niture, such as Dressers, Wash Stands. Chiffoniers '

_____ 73 49 .41 .* .
Thursday dollars saved. See R. DeWitt Brown i ,
.: I' Metro.WEDNESDAY.. Chifrobes, Dressing Tables, Iron and Wood Beds, Mattresses -
Miss Flossie who has been
soyoeaooaooaFire Byrd, the
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altractibe guest at the home of C. A. I j, Feature Day;,. 10 Per Cent Goes to Springs; Cots, Comforts, Blankets, Sheets, Pillow

Insurance. See A E. Drought. Carson, returned to her )ieme,'in Live the Red Cross. Cases, Counterpanes, Dining Tables, Buffets, Cupboards -
Cigars for Xmas at Central Drug Oak, on Monday.Let ; I "The Girl Philippa." A strange adventure Kitchen' "
and Wood
Store *'; decide in lore and war. By Cook Stoves, "
,4 us help you your Christmas I
S. J. Wesbecher' of Amhurst. Ohio, present. Central Drug Store: ": Robert W. Chambers. Story now Cooking Utensils, Window Shades, Linoleum, Congolium; ,'
ii here to spend the winter. I Joseph H. Jones! of Orlando, State's 1 running in the Cosmopolitan In fact, everything that it ..takes to fit up a home. We '
11 and 22 Cents.
V Dependable:: shoes at money-savin: /: attorney, was among the legal lights appreciate your business and guarantee our goods and 1W.

' prices. STORY'S. "51-lt I in Klseimmee in connection with the THURSDAY.Virginia , prices to be right. .
'y,, Circuit Court this:) week. |I Lee Corbin and' Francis ": ,n

ETilt! S. J.:Tripletlfone of St. Cloud's progressive Remember the boys in camp with Carpenter in "The Wonder Children "' .
: men: was, in Kissimmee .on Victor records! R.DeWitt Brown.* ':
Monday.\ \pte of the Picture Land. "The .HC. H. GRANTHAM . .
While some may be after splitting i Bates) in the Wood."_ Fox. .
Brown will show you a 'I .. s
jour money we jog along /and cut
piano that is all but human. your expenses-at the Taylor Stores. I 'FRIDAY.Red Cross Day.. "The. Satisfactory Store" '\.

one of St. Cloud's Judge J. W. Perkins spent the week .
Mary Anderson, with Alfred Whitman
rDeWitt t lliaens, was in the city on end at his home, in DeLand, and re- '. Phone 291 '"
in "The Flaming Omen.
turned here Monday to continue the I ....
about a piano for Xmas? R. fall term 'of' Circuit Court.A "
save Christmas SATURDAY. --- --- -- ---- '
Brown will you money. present for everyone - ,-- ---<
.0.*Sid eYl.PCrter of Std&Cloud'wae[ ,one, -at* *(Central,Drug.. ,'Store.,' ,.k ,, ,,',.' ." Triangle Feature and Triangle, ,.Com-, ., H. Arnold came up from down I Mr.. 'and Mrs. H. Stanley Bullock, enth street. Former students of the
of'the' buslneu S v sltorl v rTifcTTfli.* any r"D.J*Landieaprominent; : I :attar: ': d,: g": 1 iii. verhwherejielis! :engaged in conj I formerly of,, Kissimmee! have.,come,toMiamitofive Florida L State CoJ.e&jfo Women, at

o flthelwjek. jntyTaffpeL'and[and well known here, Fourteenth Episode of The Double eetron wink roo camp uildinga. for ! }' '' .Mr". ,,,Bullock'i{.recently; Tallahaleee, will,"remember J Mrs.,Bul-

We hive those; Xmas presents for jy aQinTattendanceJonl the November .. .Crou:' ajarirejattl! .companyand!: pent several having become connected with thi MJ.J lock'aelMise l Aline'fl GriflfinT:;MlamlMetr
Central term or Cirrult'Cour his veekSJIWSS"Mrs. """" -2 *..visiting'his family amt Bjankjand|l Trust i ;!Corrpany: ,They ] j UI. rJlr1 ;:.
your soldier. boy friend.. DrugStore. "''''V''''''''' **P' *' |l*' fV **B'M ; ,'- ...,.,.,, ,.. , . ,
: Zeb Parker and ,baby returnedto 7For latest Victor Records, see R. Mrs. W. A. Steed was here from De- are making their home at 130 Elev- ": I '

Orlando I I' their home, at Arcadia, on Wednesday -, DeWitt Brown. Land, and spent the week end attend- >e ,
Judge T. P. Warlow of, was
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' :here this week on business connected : often a visit here with Mrs. Par Hurry! if you wont that piano ing the short course and Visiting her 'I! ;

with the Circuit Court. I, kei's parents, Mr and Mrs. J.'M. Lee. I, R. DeWitt Brown son, Attorney Steed. Mrs. Steed is Our New Stock of '
county agent) 'for Vol usia. courtly.
You will feel much better Sunday if Walter Lanier of Campbell was in Mrs. E. L. Chapman of Loughman' is oGroceryMeat I
, you take advantage of the Saturday the city Monday to attend the ,mo.ith. in Kissimmee today, chopping and visiting C.'N. Paver, who leas been criticallyill I
? for several weeks, was operated on
'ly of the
Specials at the Taylor Stores. meeting Osceola County friends '
School Board, of which he is a memo in Orlando last Wednesday and now is Shoes
a Jack Simmons of St. Cloud was ber. Mrs A. A- Barrow of Quitman, Oa, on the road to recovery. Unless some Market I ,
among the business visitors in the is the guest of her sister, Mis.[ II. R. complication arises, he, will be homein
tc,, city the early part of the week I Miss\ Inez Carson. returned Tuesday May, and other relatives. I a few weeks. PRICE LIST I
from Dania, Miami'where:: [ she
;{ Lister's Improved Fumigators; the I had beeen Visiting her brother, J. M. A t<>ur-leaf clover end a rabbit's Clarence Johnson, who recently enlisted I ,I Shirtsand

,' kind t. to, use. Central Drug Store. I Carson, and his family for the last two foot are nothing like those Saturday I ir \the navy and was- assigned Loin Steak ,__________:..___,._25c

Leroy Lesley and Roscoe Roberson i'weeks. specials at the Taylor' Stores. to the U.S. ship Cleveland, stationed Round Steak ______________25c
came.home from Stetson Universityto Mrs.-J. Emmett 'Brown returned on at Charleston, S. C., writes his I
I John Baisden of Whittier, one ofOsceola's parents Chuck Steak ______.________20c
to spend,Thanksgiving with their par. Sunday from Jacksonville, where she that he has been promoted to the position
valued members of the county Roasr-___.___20c 25c
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ents. has been visiting relatives for the last of gunpointer,. Neckwearare t

Captain S. J. Entriken of Narcoos- to be school present board at,the was regular in town December Monday two weeks. I Jennings PreVatt left Wednesday Rib Stew _________-.ISc'to 25c I

? see was prominent_ among the, business meeting. Misses Minnie and Luella Dow ar night for Jacksonville, to volunteer for Pork Chops __.;.__________,._25c

?" visitors in the city the early' part rived this week from Sioux City, Iowa, service in the army. Jennings believes Pork Rout _______-____-.4--2Sc now arriving.Call .
Mrs Charles Gustus and two children -;
of the week. and are guests at the home'of Mr. and he can be of use to Uncle Samin
from Jacksonville, arrived Wed- Pork Stew _____________-___20e
Cloud Mrs. J. A. Barclay. training horses and he volunteeredin and them
Captain L. D. Frost of St. was see '
nesday and are guests at the ome of We also carry a full line of cured
in town this week, l looking after business D. G. Mrs. J. W. Waring and son Vernon, that department.
? Wagne'h'and family. They will
connected with the county com return home Sunday.Rev. from Lakeland, and Mrs. Sam Rags- ,Tax Assessor W. I. Barber attendedthe meats. Come in and see n*. Free

' missioners' meeting. dale of Plant City arrived Monday fora Marion county fair and was so impressed delivery in city.

Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Roliff and Father W. B. Golden, formerly visit with their parents, Mr.' and with what he saw and heardof Fred Gilbert,
of St.
,Philip's'Church, at Hawthorne, cotton that he has determined Phone
Mre. ,Miriam Quina motored over 'to has been transferred to the Kissimmee Mrs. H. M. Pfann. Mrs. Waring goes I' growing 176
today to her home. Mrs. Ragsdale to plant several, acres in the
and visited
Linden, in Lake county, Catholic church, and will also be in I'
will continue her visit until tomorrow. fleecy staple next year.
relatives last Sunday. charge of the missions at St. Cloud and --- -- .
r' Gale L. Barnard of Tallahassee, and Loughman.

V, who is Florida's State highway super. Colonel Thomas Palmer of Tampa, Il a
Intendent, was in Klssimmee on Mon- one of Florida's most noted attorneys,. :

::* day on business* connected with his'olfice. is in town this week. Ha represented: The Opportunity .

i. J. Hall, who was' indicted by the grand ,
fctV I f We are mystifying our imitators, Jury for alleged connection with the

. fsk1-' putting a pain in our competitors, and recent St. Cloud fire.
,broadening the smile of our customers -
On Monday night Manager Wood-
To Get Your Money's Worth Greets You
with'this week's Saturday specialsat
beck will include orchestra music with .1
the Taylor Stores. his attractions at the Casino The

N a C. S. Acre, formerly Representativefrom. Kissimmee Orchestra, a seven-piece W. E. SANDERSON CO. Inc.--Jewelry Store
this district and once-while
a organization, will make its first ap ,
county commissioner of Osceola county pearance on that date and will cones
waif among thou spending several tinue to play for the evening show Beginning Saturday, Dec., 1st, and ending Thursday, Dec. 20th, we will give you a .special 10 per cent'discount "

.-. days in Klssimmee this week.' throughout the season on all Merchandise. We offer you this special inducement for the reason that we believe we can handle the Christ

., ,.,,,,.. W. H, Burden, wife', an* daughter, C. HJ. Funk, .who is farminethis inducements the do We will
mas trade much more satisfactorily offering to get people to. their'shopping <<;.!1ly. ,_
tai Klssim-
(" from New York, arrived season at Cape Sable, where he purchased
'" men")last week to spend the winter.They : a large body of land, came be pleased to show ,you our stock and if there is- any article you would like, laid aside for you to get later, you can tl ,

are stopping, for the present, at home last week to visit his,family for make a'small deposit and we will hold the article for you. All articles already laid ;aside will be subject to special

the Osceola Hotel, but expect to rentt. n few days. Mr., Funk is well pleased stock! Watches Toilet Articles Cut Glass and
r discount. We believe that our of Jewelry, Sterling Silver i is y
a :cottage and keep house. with his outlook for a spring crop and '
{ Editor C- 'F, Johnson of the St states that Jim Hilliard( and his sister, the best that has ever been shown in the city.. It's! a pleasure to show goods whether you buy or not. ;

Cloud.Tribune was called to Kentucky Miss Irene, who also are farming on .
'. this week by the serious illness of his the tape, are working hard at getting
s mother-in-law. .Mrs. Johnson and the their land in shape _to plant. He SANDERSON ,.

.4lh.l..:, Ten' have been) her fop some thinks the prospects'.for that section. rton.No. 289 KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA..1 26 Broadway .
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f wThe Manhattan Dining Room Hotel, of the CROP .PESTS Deal Count r Food: ,Ceas&.Jop NUMBER 13 I County Agents'- Report. 1 i Catarrh and Bronchi&11I| ,

I __ u_ The following Is a summary of the .J..

f !., Now Open This is the 13th of a series of'artl- der the husks, applied poisons, are of work accomlpished by the County Cold Place Mrs., Kansas Rosa A.City: Kiss, Missouri, SIS,.writes Clinton i 1!$' '

M...., R. B. Savage, Owner and Mgr, des covering the control of the various I no benefit. Ear'Worms should be preVented Agent during the month of' No.veem- 1 was very sick with Catarrhand ",;I

insects'and diseases we may expect by killing the Bud Worms. ber, 19171: Bronchitis. I also bad a old ,
on our Florida, crops. I shall en- Corn is attacked by various wire No. of consultations' at home and IiI'and In the head. I used Pernns, and am i

deavor to give directions for avoiding worms, .caterpillars,, etc." A* a general office .?-,-.-.__(I_ 115 well pleased with the result It--
No. of letters written 49 baa done me a pratt of Good.
trouble as far a* possible, for recognizing control,:of those 'insects workingin ? ,
CIIIISOPasJIIER}( it when it appears, and for the the ground, break the land early No. of bulletins mailed 'and distributed I do not need any other medlcln. I' '* '"
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best control. These articles cannot particularly where: grass growth occurs a- one who Is troubled with catching ;
cover all' individual needs, /so I invite ,, and whenever possible let poultry No. of vat" solutions tested -... 2 cold frequently or any one who has "
personal correspondence, whether run over' the field after plowing. No.of demonstrators visited .... 23 PE-JRU-NA a chronic cough or chronic catarrh.: ":
SELLS No. of Club members; visited, '7 Those wishing further particularlyconcerning "
from the backyard garden or com I Weevils do the greatest damage after - ease may write me. .;.'::
mercial pl nUng storing corn, though they'.make No. of tarmers'and growers visited Those who object to liquid medl- Be sure to enclose a stamp and I.will 'z
Fire", Life, Accident and Cauliflower.Cauliflower their first attack in ''the field.' Com ____...>...u.-i., _. 2R cln.1 can secure Peruna tablets answer."
Is subject to the same should be husked before storing' and No.'of meetings attended ..-?*.? 4 'j .
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Health Plate Glass, Liability insect and disease troubles 'as its the bin should be practically airtight No, present at meet.lngs.attended. 116 ,
Boiler relative the 'cabbage (ArticleX to permit fumigation.:' Bisul ,No. of, cows treated ?,_............ 1 ST. LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET' pounds up- $17 to $17.25; best rough' ; r
near "
and Insurance. $17 half-fat roughs, $14 to$14.50
hogs, ; -
), and the same treatment can be phide of carbon )3s the fumigant 'com- No. of, pigs and hogs treated for SPECIAL REPORT 120 150 to e
pound pigs $16
''' cholera ,.. .__,. .. .. 19 ; to ,
used head'of / ,
Legal Bonds Executed up to time of heading. The monly'used. The amount needed depends -- /- -? to
'I No. of miles traveled _. ,,._ 457 National' ) Stock Yards, Illinois, $16.5.lig1tter\ ; pigs, $15.50 $16.25.
the cauliflower }Is open and allows upoq size: of space, not quantity -< ? --- Sheep: Generally'steady. .Good to
Same Day Nc ded. deposits' of spray material that could of corn in that space.. In a good Was visited several days during the November 27, 1917. choice lambs, $16.50 to $17; medium .

easily be of.sufficient amount' to' be, bin containing' 1,000 cubic; feet, two past month by Dr. H., F. Walker, Bureau Today's receipts: Cattle, ((5,600" ; to good, $16 to $16.50; culls $13 to

harmful to (the consumer, therefore pounds bisulphide .of carbon. is''suf- of Animal Industry, who, came'h hogs; 15,000; sheep, 1,800.' $15; fat sheep, $11; choppers .8.50 s
OFFICE: State Bank Building I poisonous, compounds must not be ,ficient.To re to render''expert assistance' in Cattle- Receipts ruled much heavier to $9; canners, $5.50 to $6.50; aged I ;,

used'after the -"flower"forms.. If find the number 'of cubiC: "feet, hog cholera work. this week; .due to ,the advancing goats, $6.50 to $7.75; k4ds, ,,$8-"to, ..
good care has been'taken of the field ,multiply together 'the length, breadth, Men from ..Bureau. of :Pant Industry tone of the market last week, and asa $10.50. .'. I

KODAK FILMS up to that time ,There will not likelybe and depth measured in fee.t. For- Instance have work in several groves in result, the general market shows a NATIONAL, JIVE STOCK COMMISSION -- "
any necessity! of sprays, ''but if a. bin 15 feet long by 10 feet this county for the control l of 'diebackof decline of 15c to 25c 'per cwt. com" CO. > '
Developed lOc a Roll worms do appear they can be .killed high with 6 feet depth would contain J citrus. Va' 'iable'result'- have' been paredwith last week's .close": : .

Prints, 2, 3 and 4e each by an application of Persian Insect 900 cubic feet. You could, therefore;, secured. Quotations: Good to choice grass I INSTANT ACTION SUR.'PRISES'
Something new:...not the prices, powder (Article IX) or driven away use a scant two pounds. There should : The acreage in fall cabbage in this steers, $8.60 to $9.25; medium to good, MANY- HERt.

but what you get for" them. by a mixture of three parts hydrated be a container for each' 25 feet of i county will be much larger than for $7.50 to $8.50;; common: to medium,}l

"FLIMS, lime and one part salt. Use a tea floor space, so you would distribute i several' ;years past. $6.50 to $7.50; good' to'..choice stock r This grocer's story surprises local{!

P..O.Itoi,1319. ., PeaitacQla. Fla ,ipoonfu):to'.cach,: , plu .iriggig::,q\qj; ] .mg iM. ,..,v! Celery. on top of. the corn, for the fumes through Florida office of to good, $E.7jj'to. $7.25; fat cows, All food seemed to sour and form gas.

Early Blight ("Rust"-Leaf Spot) worlk'downward.: Department' Labor. $7.50 to $8.25; medium, $6.75 to $7.50; Was always constipated. Nothing f,

M. TILLER shows first on the outer older leaves The bin should be kept tightly shut Very truly yours cutters, $6 to $6.50; canners, $5.50 to helped until, I tried buckthorn bark

in irregular pale yellow angular spots for at least 24 hours and preferably B. E. EVANS, County Agent $5.75; yearlings, $6 to $6.25; heretics, glycerine, etc, as'mixed in Adler-i-ka.

i Real Estate .1 with slightly raised border. The .areas 48 hours. This will l kill all the weevIls $7 to $7.50; vests, $8 to $12; heavy ONE SPOONFUL astonished me''with :...

.: soon turn brown with ashy-white cen- but not the'ei 1S.! Another treat- Taylor Co'unt-The organization of bulls, $ $7.50; light, $6 to $6.50. its INSTANT' action." Because Ad r

' ter. Spray with Bordeaux mixture, ment should be given' .two weeks laterapd tIll County Live-Stock Association Hogs: Market opened'slow at ler-l-ka flushes the ENTIRE alimentary .. w
and sold.
t Realty bought 3-C-50) formula, or ammoniacal copper: sometimes third, one in another L'ecn; perfected, with a membership of steady prices with yesterday' slosh tract it relieves ANY CASE con.
Houses rented.
carbonate. Like other fungus dis- two weeks, bu* if the work l is thor twenty-two. Twenty-five boys have and more -active later on the best stlpation, sour stomach or gas and! I
I Taxes paid and Title verified oiled in,the pig-club work. hogs, while sold
eases, rust spreads! most' rapidly in oughly: done two fumigations are gen- em pigs slow during the prevents appendicitis.. It has QUICK
) for non-residents. demp, weather. erally sufficient.Do Citrus County-The county ''com entire day. Choice hogs, 180 pounds EST action .of anything' we"ever sold.

' Fire, Life and Accident In- JJute Blight (Leaf Spot)) in its earlier not treat the corn until past the missioners have, appropriated $50 to up17.35: to $17.70; mixed hogs, 160 Central Drug Store..
4 turance.X : send club boys to the short course at
stages: is very similar to Early heating stage, and do not allow any
ludemnity Bond Blight, but later develops black fcporebearing fire or heat around the bisulphide of i.lio University of Florida. 'i

...... ..o..oo o.o bodies all over the plant, carbon fumes, as they art. very ex- Gadsden County-A ricecleaningmill 6o
is established Greens-
I even to the blanched stalks, causing, plosive. '
.....O.O.. ...t..o. great unsightliness/ and in -extreme Cotton. .I' I t-oro, the first mill of its kind in the g a I I Ir

canes a wilting of leaves and ultimate Wilt is caused by a fungus which county. About 300 acres were in rice
t tI in the soil this year, but the advent of the mill
C.W.GRIFFINStaple death of the plant. Treat same as grows and attacks the cot
Early Blight.Black ton plant through! the roots, clogging'the will cause the acreage to be enlarged

I Heart: The cause of Black water ducts, thus limiting the i 1 ext season.

and FancyGROCERIES' Heart fa not known. By some scientists plant's sustenance, thereby reducing' Holmes County-Extensive planting I
its and death t-1'! Irish potatoes will be made next :' .
it is compared to soft rot of car- vigor often causing ; .
the of theuunty i It will save you money and
r.pring through activity
others consider it Infestation of root knot greatly Increases l
rot, a physiological! association. \\tn;1 trouble. Gives description and
trouble. It seems evident, ,that good the damage done by wilt) the .
full information
on'' all seeds for w
field conditions have at least a great punctures by the nematodes making Levy County-Farmers have organ. fall
planting. Our stocks
Free all influence. Over 'an entrance for the fungus. For ized to eradicate hog. diseases. The SGU11DF arecorn.rAhtPLAl Part controlling irrigationis ; easy
first of cattle In TnJ. ,plate, assuring prompt shipment.Martin's .
dipping a public vat
this special should be .
of the City especially harmful. All refuse and reason care
.t taken was made in the week of Nov. 11. "..a =w
i diseased plants. should be taken from not to grow root-knot-produc- Hy-Test
More looking with favor
...Otoooo..o.. the Field. ing legumes a's cover crops on loamy persons are w
Foot Rot l is caused by the lettuce soils. Root knot does not develop to en tick eradication. !Southern Seeds

W. B. Crawford Lee Jarrell drop" fungus which also attacks serious proportions in clay, and this Orange County-One farmers harvesting W Carefully closely! selected,. always .
CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTORNEYS.AT.LAW beans and cal,>b pes: All diseased perhaps is a great factor in Wilt also sweet potatoes that are ;yielding dependable. Full assortment car- .
plants should be destroyed and crop being largely confined to loamy soils. 400 bushels'' the acre and i is sell- den and field. Strawberry and vegeWrite.-

: Offices: 4, 5, 6, and 7 Citizens ; rotation followed ,,;." .. I After the Wiltis, on.ccst.ablished. in jrg them at $2 a bushel. "Cowpen- table plants also a specialty ,
,; -' ,F' today for our new fall catalog.
Bank eYer attacked 10 a field rotation of'' !r5rg":,the )ands made. them.: No comrr.ercial '
Building" / 'f i;;"|)j/f; / s aphle caU! crops ojplantinges ; ; "
gisslmmee . <'.t. 'f:: ;,'L; :i\\; ,,\iBJai Florida S ea recta tam shed plan 1 stant varlet e of cotton s thj ; fertilizer was used v.: One man ,,' .
.E. A. Martin Seed Co. : '
i danted h ie race track and'.baf: } :']
bugs) and omd mes he cabbage root only: control or he ungus eves for parkrecently , s d.:", ,
k :,;tDR.'W.\W) CARSON._. maggot. years seemingly with' no host.. plantpresent.'So tpeanutsandAcowpeaa! lie;} ....J." Yi1Ic, Horid"1" j.\t.\;{ ;::'. :, .;,;.t n _'
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DENTIST "oY." ".'Corn. = ; far-as is iiF known okra.tsthe fTrcased twelve llerefords to "run_the
Office races and play the games" and a dozen .:.., !
over Pilley Building Rust and White Bud can be )largely;' pnly other crop attacked by this

o.t.e Office'Phon Hour.It* Residence: -IS. 1'Phoa.-* II controlled by good cultivation, fertilization ,j fungus: though there is a disease of Hampshires do the "rooting." - -
aU Administered for Extraction: of etc, resulting in steady, [cowpeas and watermelons quite simI Orange County-"Home preparedness ---

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'" O. r. KRIBBa W. 3., 3TKBD Bud Worm'.is first found in the Rust shows first as yellowish spots leaded) with 'pork" So says another

KRIBBS & STEED field when the corn is about knee 'I' giving the leaf a checkered appear- l sport. .

,\ ATTORNEYS AT' LAZY high. however few the numbers, they ance. They soon turn Grown and arc Baker County-Some farmers are State 1; Bank q
to their j
arranging fumigate sweet
Legal business prompt of' attention.all kinds ((iVea should powder killed at mixed once: with with arsenateof .two or Good overgrown: cultural conditions a blackish are fungus essen to kill the weaevils. > potatoes ". ,

tial. The of kanit fertilizer St. Johns Couniy-One pig-club boy ;
use as a
three hydrated lime. If the
Office 11 and 11 State Dank Bide. parts of
Klsslmmee, Florida.JPat worms are not killed at this time the is a. preventive, but under present leports his pig; weighed 22 pounds on Kissimmee '>f
"one\ 6 and 280 pounds on Nov. 15.
market, conditions this is impractical.
t next generation: will appear on the
Jebneton a. P. Oarrell. ear, where great damage will result. (To be continued..) Autumn'Irish potatoes bid fair to yield The
of the world w
veil. About 100
acres were planted,
JOHNSTON &: GARRETT Ear Worm is the later generationof I eyes
and the local market is paying 1.75 a
the Bud Worm. Since ,
it works un- Subscribe for the Valley Gazette.
) ATTOR EY.AT.LAW .' bushel for the product. From 1.200 to ''1 f fare
Offices 10, Jt And 12 Citizen Bans 1,400 acres of ground has been turned t
Building for the next planting of Irish potatoes. on the' man who 1
4h ,. Clay. County-Several farmers, on
account of the scarcity of sugar, are '
h LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW n-aking their own sugar from cane .

Fertilizer: syrup this year and are meeting with!
f.ood'success. I
IYs IYsf I Waring Building. Suwannee County-One of the pig-
club boys who exhibited his club pig
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With full realization of the disastrous influence of at the fair sold it for $125 cash. It

!t J. W. THOMPSON the war on all business routine, our buyers have put weighed 367 pounds at the age of 8
forth unprecedented effort nronths 12 days.
to secure the greatest advantages .
Funeral DirectorAND possible for our trade. Broward County-Farmers are planting
a heavy acreage of truck crops for a moment, young mane

'.>r the winter market. If present .- ./
Full Stock--Right PricesWe prices prevail throughout the season, a thought to self. The

l labor alone will determine the acreaget problems that confront
:; LICENSED EMBALMER be 'planted for spring. A canning you now, or
have a complete line of fertilizers
and the will
factory at Fort Lauderdale has been a years hence
Store and Chapel, Stewart AT greatest stock of fertilizer materials ever known in assured to prcvide a market for all

Klielmmee, 11'1.. the State of Florida. Prices are higher than in nor- cull vegetables.Got Look about yon-the men of affair in coaabry, state, nation..
mal times, but are as l low as consistent with existing I in the world the
condition yes, are men who started tv save early in life.
They hare the respect and confidence of the community. 10 I
4 Ideal FormulasOur : IS Then look on the other side-at the fellows who spend all they r

it? I Jere s the remedy:It'a helped make-they may hare a good time for a while, but what does their ;
millions. Has4 a halt century record personality reflect i I
Iro R- formulas all have the same perfect proportioning of use. First dose brings Try it.- t

f OLD and blending of ingredients that havo made Dfa 0 Sold by j A dollar or so deposited in this .bank will be the

their superior field value th past quarter century. i nucleus of an honorable, independent career. ,(..- t.
BONES Quality has not been sacrificed in the slightest de Make your beginning Dow today. Your bank .:- ;I

RUBBER COPPER gree. Write for catalogue and price Hat, M book. will par the ,way. t.

:' TIRES BRASS N Capital dock ---__.._>.________ .__. __..- $100,000.00 .' r

TUBES. LEAD Wilson & Toomcr Fertilizer Co. Icvlrvfor Resources over ?_________-_____"____________. 400,000.00 \

: ROPE" SCRAP IRON Manufacturers IDEAL, FERTILIZERS Coughs B Colds ""Officer and Director )f fJI

I SEND rr TO us WE RD11T wonm- ] Dealer,'in Spray Machines and Insecticides. Keep. Bawd MeremeDt Regular C. A. CARSON, President M. KATZ and E. L. L SLEY.r"r. : /: t

Write For PricdistStlMMHAL Jacksonville: Florida Dr. King's New Life Pills keep you ROMA THOMAS. Cashier ,.
in condition. Rid the "
a healthy bodyof :)
P N/N CQ t Waters & Carson poisons and _ate. Improve I .
; Grocery .Co. Local Agents complexion by keepihg the Bowels your N. C. BRYAN N. B. CARSON" M..KATZ,' h''
C. A. CARSON, H. FLEMING' E. r... , ,
CS7 C JACKSOMVIUZ.nA. ; regular i Get a 25c. bottle from your ." '
.1, t'1, I druggists to-day. Effective but mild. J. WADE TUCKER,, Director- .,... ?;," "pt: .. '

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t If lEEriNG OF VETERANS Rev. J. T. W. Stewart, assisted 1 by -: T

Rev. Silas Cook, Burial was at Mount YOUR '
.. -- Peace cemetery. Mr*. Bartlettleavesa ERADICATION .OF CATTLE TICKS SHOES. '

!ej) Veterans" Association met on Lion met Tuesday afternoon in Oak widow, five daughters, and 'an: onlyson. .How to Take Car of Your N.thr QaH..: t

Irday, Dec. 1, at' 2 p.. ,m., with Grove park with eighty members in Mrs. Reeder, the only daughter and Keep Neat. '

,jident Kenney h>the chair. attendance, to which four new mem- able to come, will remain' a few weeks WILL HELP TO, DEVELOP FLORIDA If it were possible to lay In a spring #r

i e'' opening song, "America, was added. with Mrs Ba'rtlett. James Miles, fu. and fall supply of. any three or four j
>ers were
twed by prayer by Chaplain West. t .; .., neral director, had .charge'" of. the in. I pairs of shoes we would give our feet 9i
and a'BOng by Comrades Lynch After music by the, St; Cloud Arum terment. a good chance of always looking nest. I

tS h,,and Deputy., The minutes( of Corps, the annual election of officers ae +'e'' j"'f Mr However It IN possible on a more limited

r, i\\ last meeting were read and "apf took place' 'J. Wf Francher was reelected COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS TREE.. { C r, number to accomplish tbe sumo
7 rah end If we 'are careful .with those we>
president, Comrade Weather. do buy.
The ladies ojf the committee for the \
f large grapefruit donated by Mrs. ston .vice-president, and-J, G.- Hill sec. I In the ,first place. It Is much more
t and, her daughter was sold at community tree are requested advisable 16 puy a good price for one
1Ion'. A collection amounting to retary and treasurer I to meet at the St. Cloud Hotelon pair than to buy two pairs of cheap.

SO was taken up. Mrs.. C.',,A, Robinson was appointedpress Wednesday afternoon'', .Dec: 12, at shoes. Cheap shoes get outotphapeso
I 1 -Newcomers and comebackers are corre lpondent. Mr. and Mrs. 2:30 o'clock, to discuss their'' part tf : quickly .(hey are never"an eoonotny.
Cheap shoe leather In dear It price.
the'arrangements tor' that occasion.
no PWp, Comrade. 0.Pi.5.Cooper, .Eyery< were, made -committee, on To presorvo the ebape'of n shoe you
...... .The.following ladies are the comi
Jth Iowa, and glad to return; George; on. have
resolutions .. nd r must a pair of trees, and Immediately -
I. mittee: Mrs. S, J. Triplett. Mrs: Ed l t
Waitman, 72d Indiana; Comrade w ; vt'x you take off your shoes put
latson, 113th Illinois Infantry, proud II. A eollection'of $5; was taken up for George, Mrs. C, W. Bruns, Mrs. S. W. I them on the trees. Never allow your

1 f J bronze button. Hatton Tillis\ lhe'blind boy. Porter, Mrs. G. II. Clark, Mrs: W. H. shows' to run down at the lieeL Am soon

'unniclifTe Mrs Labor W. Farris as they show the least Sljll ..of wear
I The program for the'social hour was The meeting' then was turned over ,

len rendered, comprising.: to Mrs. Marskie, who had charge .of Mrs. P.' D.1 Marine, Mrs. C. E. Carlson, send them to bo fixed. ,If you wear
1 them unfit they are right down at the'
I Song by "Miss Miller, accompanied the social program., Mrs. J'At, McCarthy, Mrsf L. U. .Zimmerman heel It \la not only bad for your foot

1 'Lan\:\ : , ... "The Battle Hymn of the Republic"w88"unic'I. Mjiss Ruth Wiley, Mrs. V. C. 5 and looks most slovenly and untidy,

,1t lfa'tibit MI..cIl\b4a: r..;. >.'y'"i urat.hel'ing. Lennox.Mrs. A.JJleern, Mrs. Lydia but you get them so out of shape that

Musical trio. by Mrs. Roy Taylor, ittyT."N-B; :;"' : ,Jl ll&'JOiAI!' ts.-MYd iJir.J'3, :!?fi' .ti5$ '." j no amount of subsequent repairing will

Joe Cathcart, and Edith Harrod.. I Recitation by Mrs. Francher die Miller; Mrs. ,P. E., Morgan, Mrs. '' fdd.apNxof.fur.or.r.Aimberaand' ,- 'q'\;'. ,'?*{mbl!; !a coH"Yj.
Comical recitation Goldio Groves. Reading by Mrs. Weatherston.Hatton O. L. Duckmaster. > not producing any revenue to the owner. Similar' conditions exist' In almost I r; ,r"'t."U"1nIft\'If"It"t8tl.J'eu.lIoe..1I'" \ "" -- '
by them tbe radiator to '
J Music on banjo and bones by Comrades Tillis played a banjo and !I MRS: GUY S. MORAN, Chairman.. every county In the State. Eradication of cattle ticks will encodrige dsvsl.1 dry, This put cracks the leather and makes

Worrell and Sill. I sang Duet"Old two selections. RED CROSS DOINGS. opment of a fine cattle Industry on this class of land, and then agricultural. them bard. Tot them on (the trees' and ,
Black Joe :
Dance by the Peterson brothers. by Mrs Gess let tbem'etand somewhere warm and
!' ford and Mrs. Houston. development will. follow. ;,: dry. Walt until they are quite dry ;'
Music and bones by HattonTillis The Red Cross weekly entertainment
on banjo
Reading by Mrs. Adams. The 'Jrol! : at the New St. Cloud on Tues ,
\ and Comrade Sill. Music; by Hatton Tillis and Comrade. nation depends very largely upon its formers<< In otbl'r states for things that You can keep patent leather shoes m
Singing "The Star-Spangled Ban' Burchon violin and banjo. day last was a great success ond production of Jive stock and farm crops. should and can be raised In that i from cracking by rubbing vaseline Into
shows how much these popular entertainments them before .wearing them for the first
tier" closed the evening's enjoyments. The date of the next )meeting falling Large arena of unimproved land In any county. i ; '
are meeting with the approval county or state do not. create wealth, Kwcambia county has large areas of 'I time.
New '
on Year's day it will be '
HEW' :: YORK VETERANS 'post- of the.. residents and visitors. or J1rol ELECT. poned until the following Tuesday.! syllable for '!: Mock Tatting In Clover Leaf Croohot.i S
t There were eleven tables of progress Florida la cne of the states having growing grain and forj j
-- Mrs. C. A Robin.soni. to,have charge age and for |I I There are many\ uses for this mock
craps grass cattle feed
lye 600 and used for other'games.. million of of '
one acres undeveloped land
The New York ,
Veterans' tatting in crochet of clover leaf design
!: Associaatcd of the program. but the nicer milk and butter :I:
. The next affairwill\ be a peanut! which Is suitable! for growing a'num Imports I Begin with ch 27, catch back Into the
------------- large I I I
were a of
portion\ the total
stick,. on Tuesday, Dec. 11, and it ber of profitable crops and also good amount proving that (he 15th st from beginning of chain, formIng -
promises to afford a very amusing grasses l for supporting many times the not equal to I he demand. supply was ,I I, a loop. Into thin l cr 6 s p of 8 ch, ,
II I LOCAL NEWS--ITEMS present number of- cattle that roam : (2 s-p) four times C s, catching with
I evening. Every one is invited to
F go over the ranges. Farmers Want T.cks Eradicated., 1 first p Into 5th st from beginning of

r and renew his or her 'youth 'on this I ,One cf the main rl'uonsfor the slow About the time these Irgures were chain; Join. Ch 12 catch back at baa* F
Triplett occasion. The hostesses will\ be Mrs. development of the cattle Industry on made public early In March, the coun-*I of Ant, leaflet Fill in this 1 the same,
I Mrs.' S. J. is 1\1\' with gripat Mr. and Mra. William Ogden, from L. D. Frost, Mrs. SadieMiller! \ Mills our open ranges In the presence of cattle . ty officials ran out of funds for buildIng ,!I as tbe brat joining first p of 2d leafletto -

the present writing. Michigan, arrived .Iast} -week and located Ella Cranston, and Mrs. Guy S. Mor ..fever ticks, which kill large numbers cattle' dipping vaIt, was estl- :: last p of first leaflet Third leaflet
Ttev. H. W Beauchamp is 'on the, on Wyoming avenue" and Eleventh gan. of the animals and stunt the survivors. mated that $3,000 more would be needed 'I the same an second. Sllpstltch along b''

.sick 'list'at this writing. street in housekeeping quarters. id bring the work up to the |i of remaining 13: ch for stem. Ch 5; d

Mrs. John Dunlap from Ohio came They expect to remain all winter. Food Stuffs. Imported.. stage.'of-systf'maUc dipping of cattle.A catch Into lust p of 3d leaflet Repeat; ,
The Pennacola Chamber of Commerce meeting cf-the farmers and leading {S Joining/; second clover leaf to first by 3d -
in l last, week. for the winter. Mrs. Alice W. Straub of Philadel. AT THE"CHURCHESPRESBYTERIAN recently made extensive Inventlgations business men wan called by the business I I p of opposite' I leaflets<< Crochet a beauV

Mr. Rothrock is going to put up a phia, Pa., is expected to arrive Dec 6, to learn how much foodstuffs men to find out the sentiment on !, Ing of trebles with ch between each. '
the subject of tick eradication About I I *. ,
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bakery back of his bringing her mother and sister. TG.
store, on Tenth They ,are. whipped from' other states 75 were present and after a thorough
atreet.f will be at her home, on Kentucky avenue CHURCH Into that city for distribution which: dlpcu lon of the matter a vote was A. R. POST HAS.ANNUAL "

Qur_ CvTwep plant Is- in working between Eighth and Ninth streets. Morning services, 11:30: a. m. might have been raised In Escambla taken which, showed that every person ELECTION OF OFFICERS
; Evening services, 7 p. m. county. The committee shaving the present wan anMous: to have tha ::
rder now;having been startedjjp last The'Epworth League of the Methodist Christian Endeavor, 0 p. m. matter in charge were astounded to tick eradication work pushed", to completion )

Saturday a Episcopal Church is having a Bible School 930a. pi... learn that the total exceeds $2,000.- ing in a as few quickly of the an leaders ponslblc volunteer, rcpult- The O. O. Howard Poet of-the Department

The committee on entertainment 'of contest: for membership.' This laudable Prayer meeting, Wednesday p,. m. 000 a year.Theyfigured. ing to underwrite the amount so construction of Florida, Grand Army of t''
a A rivalry will close Rev. J, T..W. Stewart, pastor. cut that at-the of work can \be continued until
I, I the Auxiliary met at Mrs. Meatyard's ) Dee. 31,when the price the county commissioners can makean the Republic, held the annual election

on Wednesday afternoon. losing side must entertain the'winning LIVINGSTON MISSION METHO- naval stores! and lumber at that time, appropriation.' of officers it their hall, in the Casino ,
contestants. It would take 87,000 barrels.c< turpen Practically every county In Florida ; when the follow
has building Saturday
Miss Edith Jenness, who been mST EPISCOPAL CHURCH tine., or 200,000 barrels of rosin Is in same position regarding Importa- ,
visiting friends at Kissimmee;' arrived : Mrs. M. C. Flowers, a daughter. of; tion of food muffs while'! having largearena ing well-known members were named a
: I Rev. lf. II. Bowen, pastor 143.000,000 feet of good lumber, to pay .
" "here. on Tuesday morning'" ,';; tjl') '!';' Comrade! ,;Penn,i arriyed/Tuesday. .eve''i "!* Sunday services *. ,;" that;),account. The total! receipts of should be made undeveloped productive.( '!land which for. the ensuing* year ii. ot
-Mr. Ilussey and family have gone on from Des Moines,";Iowa;? andwill; sojourn f,Sunday school, 9:30 a.i;m. j. t-urppntinei', during hat period uy were 'j' Eradication cf calilM. fever ticks!Is Post! :om"andcci! ; >; T Vail { '

i. and other the winter here as the guest of Preaching, 10:30 a. m." ; only 68.000'barrels' ,!so'thatlwouldnot. J] bee main necessity i *Inl| eslabllflnlngna, aSenlor Post CummanderComradez
trip to St. Petersburg
a. '
:f' Interest Mr. and Mrs. Penn at their home, on Junior Epworth League, 3 p. *>. settle the bill and It would take In which permanently IH. the foundation profitable cattle Of agricultural industry I Eby ,
,I' points I in.the South. .
Epworth League, : p. m "
Penn avenue south addition to all the turpentine,"bout development. Junior PosPCommander-Comrade**
,; Cal McCowan, one of the Kissimmee) General Class Meeting, 6:30: .p. m. '
B. F. Rails started on Tuesday for Preaching, 7:30 p. m. ... Cosner., .,
Company B boys, was in our city on Miami with. an auto full of passengers Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7 p. m. THE SERVICE FLAG. I NOTICE Quartermaster-Comrade Bailey
IJ': -Monday, visiting acquaintances. Official Board Meeting first
Officer of the Da Comrade Wil-
lIe got as far as Orlando, where, in I ;-
Mrs. J. 'B. Westcott and son, Hugh Tuesday, 7 p. m. !
driving around the lakes, he ,met a Sunday School Board 'Meeting second (By William Herschel! )' liams.
r ;! Collins, arrived from New Jersey last I The Hart )Memorial! Corporation Officer of Guarcl-Comrad.
S person! learning to drive a car and who Tuesday, 7 p. m. Dear little flag in the window there
Thursday for the winter. W. F. M..S. Ladies' Aid and class twill hold the'annual business, meet Schatzlein.
I ran into the Rails vehicle. Mr. Rails Hung with a tear and a woman's
Miss Ella McAllister\ Mr. Van Du- and his passengers escaped with but work upon announcement. prayer; ing at the Hart Memorial building Delegates to the State Encampment
All seats free. All welcome to all
December 10th o'clock.
ro sen, and Mr. Naaon we're the guestlron slight Injuries. meetings. Child of Old Glory, born with a' Monday, at 3 Comrades Schatzlein and Ur>-\vittrnite

{I"", Thanksgiving day 'Of Miss Edit! Epple. Mrs. Hollenhaugh and Miss. Alice Oh, what a wonderful flag. you are! All members be of the organization are ?] Delegates: to Sttto En-
urged to present.
1 W. S. Alyea, D. L. Smith, Mr..Alex- went to Kissimmee on Saturday morn. MISS ELIZABETH: DONEGAN cbmpmcnt-f-Comrades Jrosief! arid

ander, and )fro Meek returned Tues- ing's train to meet the former's sister- 1 DEER PARK Blue is your star in its field .of white' President, Williams.
day afternoon from n.trip to the west, In-law, Mrs Charles "C. Arensberg of Dipped in the red that wa.s born, of MISS ELlZABETIf :AULTMAN,

'oast. I New Orleans, who will make an extended Born of fight the; blood that forbears 2t Acting Secretary. Subscribe for the Gazette, $2 yearly. )
', Wesley Gould of Company F, 45th visit, ,including in it her hus J. Flin of Seattle, Wash., came to I' shed - -, , -"-

o'' Pennsylvania, and I. Hancock of New band's mother, Mrs. Arenberg of Virginia :. I investigate'; the land proposition on theI To raise mother The Flag, o'er- u

v. York are among new arrivals at the avenue. I Hopkins tract, and is planning to settle head.your ', THE. MAN TO GO T'0 SUBSCRIBE' FOR THE

New St. .Cloud. Mr. and Mrs W. II. Yeaman (daug- there soon. For .ub-Irrl..on.. r
For expert drMlnaice. I.yor.t.For ,
ti The Loyal Daughters of the Chris ter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenny, of Massachusetts I Miss Mattie Tyson, our popular public And now you'vejcome.ln this frenzied For Mllo and ru "o.ln rK'Hl. aun'7.,' KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTEand

tian Church will have a food and fangi avenueand Fifteenth. street) ( school teacher, spent a pleasant day, Per relnforreil concrete* work. u.
e'.e concrete hrldge. and ......Inlnlo\ get all the newt of OsceoU
cy work sale at-B. F. Ralls's office on motored through from Atlantic City, Thanksgiving at her home, in Nar- To speak from a window-to speak wallAlArea.. : i .

Saturday. N. J., arriving Thursday of last week. coosee. and I County. .
I say: WILBUR A. GINN. Civil Engineer
I.I- James R. Ansley came in Sunday by winter.They expect to remain through the R. L. Rowe, while looking for wild "I am the voice of a soldier-son l sIFunu: 1o'1.01lIn.- J ,! RATE, $2.00 PER YEARI ,

;:'. auto from Ridgeway, Ohio, and is lo- turkey on Thanksgiving morning, was Gone to be gone till the victory's won.. .
i ( Mrs. P. J. Reeder Blanchester I . 'i
.of ,
< in one of Mr. Bardwell's cottages mistake for one by his companion. '- ----- -- ---------- --. - '
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"" on the lake front. Ohio, arrived .'last Friday, called here He now i is; confined in the Hopkins hos.pital "I am.the flag of The Service, sir; 0& ;
; M The ladies of "the Westminster Circle by the death of the letter's father, with painful though not dangerous The flag of his .mother-I speak for ., r i>
William L. Bartlett. They will remain her I ;\
will hold a fancy., work and food injuries.; Call 261 t
only a few days, until after the Who stands by my window and waits ,, ,
sale on Thursday at Mrs. Kenney's'home Willie Glanville and Gordon Bass ;
funeral, and will be .with Mrs. Bartlett and fears,
on New York avenue. have returned from Kissimmee to ,
.t' at Ohio avenue and Sixteenth But hides from the others her unwept
Platt Durand, from Campbelltown, I street. spend the winter here. ;
I:;:\ . "Wig., has arrived and is! located on his Mrs G. W. Tucker and her sister lion. Arthur E. 'Donegan of Kis For, All Kinds of Hauling ''fi
simmee few with his
spent a days
I : > place on Indiana avenu'Sjbetween, Eleventh and niece arrived from Canton, Ohio, caHty. "I am the flag of the wives 'Yho{ wait aS
; -r and Twelfth streets. For the safe return of a martin mate,
:: last
, on Tuesday to remain throughthe brother Charles Donegan of this lo- '
.. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Mereness and winter. Mrs. Tucker is a sister- Young Tindall went to the A mate gone forth where.the war god ; :

Mrs. M. J. Kling of ,Sharon Springs, in-law of Comrade McEndree of Ohio hospital last week Hopkins thrives Quick Motor Truck Service

".\\', "N. Y., arrived Saturday evening and avenue, where they are spending the eration. undergo an op- To save, from sacrifice other men's

','",. are temporarily at the New, St. Cloud week end. Later they will go to .On Thanksgivingcvning the pupilsof wives i .

. \ hotel housekeeping.Mr. .
-;r. Mrs. Lydia Daugherty, who\ has been the Deer Park school .rendered a "I' am the flag of the .weetheats true; i j'
; and .Mrs. Charles Glaumer accompanied
pleasing program to a large and ap- r
often unthought
visiting' her sons and their, families, by the mother of Mr. Glan-. precitative. audience.It The. *

t;,' -- In. Jlarrisburg and Lancaster, in Pennsylvania mer, and. whole! the widow of a com- becomes! our painful duty to record I am the too.flag of a mother's- son MUST TNG Ask Your Grocer ofI

,.,;,; returned x home. Sunday even. rade, are, hero from B llefolltain4!, the death of Miss Tlon Lanier, And won't come down till the victory's T"I
ing.. Ohio it pleased, they will remain all who
passed away after.a very' brief !
l( won! For Lameness
,!s' a Mr, and Mrs. L Shambcgv, Mrs. winter and later- invest in a home. illness. She -wa..j ne of Deer Park's Sprains i

,INS'' Norris, Mr. ,Hall, and Mr.- nam were They are located on the corner of Vir-. highly respected young, ladies, _and a Child of Old Gory) ,-born with a star- Sores, Cuts Rheumatism CHEEKNEAL'SCOFFEES

f""'., .. -the," guests on Thanksgiving, day of ginia avenue and Eleventh street large circle of friends mourns, her''un. Dear little flag in the window there, Penetrates. and Heal.
Mi-, and Mra." Doughty' of.' the East William L. Bartlett, aged 78 years, timely departure. Hung with a 'tear and a woman' Stops Palo A* Once

h'.' :E n.. _ ,_ died at his homa (cornea,of.Sixteenth W H. Xempfer: and family, J. F. prayer; For Man and Beast Iraid id ids

i(: : The Army and, Navy :Union .held Its street;, and Ohio Avenue' south) at 6 Kempfer, GeorgeW.. Hopkins and bU Oh, what a wonderful flag you are! 5e.50e.l. At All Dealers.LINIMENT

c_ "regular meeting on Monday afternoon a. m. Wednesday. Funeral service wife, and J.: J. DeFrebn 'and. family ya

'b. .a ('and.nfustered' in.JWo' new"members. were held in'tba'Presbyterian church: took a stra.w'ride across the n, Jane ,That pound of wheat flour'you save

.t:' w .% "Nomination i *. %ere; made fQr election of which he. was'an elder, at,2 p. m. Green" ek this weekinspe'ctlng the every week will weigh very-heavily on Best By Every Test

r .. ..ofofficeri'fpr'the'following year*..,, Saturday,,. conducted" by.the. pastor tine orange groves on the other side. the kaiser's mind, .
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Wagner Chairman Committee To ....

Better Farming in the South Calomel Sick "Tomorrow! ;

Promote Sale Savings CertiFicrtes Today J'' t

HOW CROP YIELDS ARE LIMITED America's newest plan for raising--1 ::kt r'u_______ 6.260 IOG,200 I" GL .rJntee Dodson's Liver one, ' '

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war funds and encouraging habits of Bay u- 16,622 332,440 ..
Food Fixes IJl'adford __ 17,810 356,200Brevard .
thrift went into operation Dec. 3 with u. -
The Weakest, Element of the Crop Yield Just as |I''' _u___. 8,250 165,000
the opening of coles of savings calomel when bilious. ,:f ky:
t the Weakest ,Link Fixes the. Strength of the Chain-Only' ? war : : Broward'uu_-. 6.026 120,520 Don't take nastydangerous: +
stamps and certificates at postqffices Calhoun 9.167 183.340 ,
Fertilization Can the Weakness Be Removed uun to mcI I a r: L
By ) and }banks: The campaign into continue Citrus _________ 7.709 154,180. constipated, beadacb, Listen f, ;

Plants roust feed shortest.plant food element] represented in expectation of receiving Clay _____u.u 7.775 155.500 ,
a year
Columbia ____:.. 18,123' 362.460 ".
to grow. Four essential here by Ktave, limit the possible i '
, l food.-ale> production ot a crop? the $2,000,000,000 authorized.The Dade Uh__:.' 29,709 694.14Q Calomel salivates! It's mercury.Calorm1 your: liver and straighten ,you up : t

meats come from If, for iiiHtance there is only enough smallest unit in the warsavingsplan DeSoto un;___ 25,248 604,980 ;"ucta like dynamite\ on. a better and quicker than Dutycaolid ) , ". t
the air and six nitrogen In the toll to produce 20 ia the thrift stamp, which costs Duval"--------- 111,089 2,221,780Esambia ,
tt", from tho noil. bushels ot corn or 175 pounds of ,cot- 25 cents the is* the wai-- _nu.. 45,122, 902.440 sluggish! liver. \\' Ien calomel comes and without making you sick, '
; largest Franklin ___ ,6,523 110,460 into with bile it crashes back and get;' money .
Only three of ton per' acre, while there la enough uu contact sour you just go your
those that come, plant food elements t of other kinds to savings certificate which costs $82.40 ''Gadsden ____....._ 27.2:18: 544,760 into itcnuing Cramping and nausea. If you take calomel today you'll be, j

from the Moll fall produce enormously more bow tben and is redeemable in five''years 'at $100at Hamilton ______ 12,736 254,720 If feel 1 bilious, headachy con sick and nauseated tomorrow; besides t '
r short of crop requlrments can greater yield be obtained than the the! rate of' 4 per cent interest, Hernando .__..._ 6,7.87 135,740 yolk while if
and nitrogen will permit? I1il1sborough _._ 90r.69 1,813.380 stipated and all knocked out, just go it may ,snlivateyou, I

: have to( be uj;>- The problem of plant feeding, Js, compounded quarterly OflTclals expect Holmes ..;.__--. IG,068 .301,360 to your( druggist and get a bottle? of you take Dodson's Liver Tone you + 0/ ,

plied by man It the therefore no simple one. It has 1'1' i many millions of persons to invest Jackson _-___... 37,551 '151,020 I)od on'8 Laver Tone for a'' few cents will wake, up feeling great, foil of .

?treat es1 yields I I gaped loiifr 'and, moot careful Investigation regularly in the stamps as a Jefferson ______ 17,951 359,020 which Ja a harmless vegetable sub ambition and ready, for worke
, APA Irt tin nHfnln.J. of IIclE'III1Kts' l who have delved Lafayette ___... 8,819 tl16.380 ,:"
- means 'of helping the nation win the is and
calomel Takea It harmless pleasant
;*, These are Nl- i deep Into the Mysteries of how plants Lake ________'.... '37.551 751,080 stitute for .dangerous play t'
t var and laying aaide money to be returned and if it doesn't start safe to give to children; they like it ;
\ Agronomut trogen Phoephoo teed and whattlipy feed upon. On the lee ___-a___..__ 9,4070 193,400 spoonful ,
rlc| J acid and potash. basis ot the moot exact knowledge thus to them later Leon h_____-_ 20,407 408,140

, Every soil may be .said. l to have a obtained, modem fertilizers have been )Every postoffico in the 'country'has Levy _..,_-:____ 12,633 252,660Liberty '_. jl'

h limiting factor of production This manufactured. Soil deficiencies, or a big supply of the stamps. ,At the _______. 5,973' 119.4f I
"? may be a. shortage of some plant food "Uniting fnclorH," modern fertilizers ) !Madison __r,...., '.18J85 363.700
k; '''element. are designed to and to call end of thiq week arrangements, will '
If HO, this should be sup. tnove. Manatee _' ---t 18,354 367,080Marion BetterFarming in the South L
,tilled through fertilization if Ilio, larg Into fullest notion tho natural resources have,been made to supply millions of _"_ -\ ._ 29,454 u80OROMonr I .

', est possible yields are to be obtained of the soil. agencies such as retail stores, savings +_: -" __ 24,159 483,180 .
:: No matter how much ot other plant, i' Since tlieie Is 'a limiting factor In societies and schools. Nassau! __...._.__ UU\O; \ 22:1,200: '
food a soil may contain, if, there In 1Ihorta'lIe \ all roils. It !IH worth while for each Ok8looea -__.____ 6,352 127,040 Pushing Crops Up To Maximum Yields :?,; '
, : of nitrogen, for eX n\JIle.4lh11 farmer to undertake to remove that Allotments for each" State and the Orange u_____. '24,752495,010
"7 nitrogen will fit the limits of produc limitation. Intelligent use of fertilizers I six districts into which the. country OSCEOLA _n."...13.0W: ::160,401//
;;:-' tlon Likewise with phosphoric acid or will accomplish It, it food elements has been divided for organization Purposes Palm Deach11,473 22,460! :! ,T
other elements. Lin t this limit lug factor In no other egst Way to Increase I Food Crops of the South Now I Is to Cultivate'Thon.ouphly 'I.-
I have I'asco ._._ _.;.. 10,452 200,040
been made. State u
Plants differ/ from animals] ih taking way coin It ,he 'done than by the help I _Every '' Pin118S ________ 21,089 421,780I and Make Side Applications of Fertilizer | |
.. food' In that plants will take''' food of roam lie mast bring to the plant I| director thenwill., assign a certain. por. elk __ _________ 42.518' RliO,360 I 'J ;
I, only when the element! composing
them are in soluble form that bo. whPlthey' this 1 II' lilt( factor limiting producton. I I'cltf. town, or other subdivision, ''on the Johns_______ 16.153 232.160Jo".lllder. .. Not a. day! pass, able croj IhfltcHn. grown under' .Logs, :;'
are Unsolved In water. Whotione Tho plant of, course, must be Klven % ; .
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-. -Z.rjrf1&uoiTUaTllie > n+'!'sent'rurnf"aritxford"vthtfteiley l / A .
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rlemeift Is tlencltnt the (the IWI>,t.'of tyiinoDiidhiKS.. v\\, must not.jwnijwiw ..I "it"ot., about for) eachjp*< *',EJaWfHMfr : ; '- OI; ...w':. ; . : omV ; : I.I t
prant ot the increased!
,........ t < '' '< fi !!IJi. : '_"_,,,_ 2.1,61 L .i12. 2 r'-7- great part acreage
."....--."_.,.-. $.. "" .I&f1.'Lmc., ,.......... -,,:::m.; ;:,:"r'T;: "' ; : : Vdtalti'uiTUrila; ptaS""f'tltftP""GGt< t.', '::J"rE'P1\Iatrop.: : /pr the war'savlngs''St"; : : 206.420 I knot reminded ot; poor upland which will make a profitable ,
, ''''' ', - -- ' 1ltf e' soil'xn814i"bd"ffopeityt'dMidelF6Cexcess yield l only by tbe use of commercial -
campaign have been carried'on in .
Santa Rosa_____ 21,014; : I 420,6H.; I i i the vital necegal '
: wlltt'r. It must be well suppliedwith fertilizer It.ha*-always paid i'
lime, and organic matter; its ,I Washington by the National War Savings Seminole ---...- 10,075 201,:>00 I ty ot producing mo to apply 2t>0 or 300 pounds of fertilizer
moisture must be conserved and 1 i : Committee headed by Frank A. Sumter ______:.. 7,832156,640! I more food around my corn the second or '11
Suwannee _____. 21,559 431,180 crops third Mowing, or when the corn war
weeds mclbuds killed through proper cultural Vanderlip of New York and super- Taylor] ____un_ 12,195 241J,900) I and he la urged to between one and three feet high.1.

These things man can provide vised by Secretary of the Treosury Wakulla ___ __ 8,682 173,64> put forth his best The corn crop lit the bread of the,.
Therefore, If hian l is not the n '
a v effort In South, and tin yield 1 should be Increased ,
McAdoo. Walton _____ 12,973 259.4CO doing his
"llmlllng factor1 and he looks after u to the limit This fall and next a.
the plant fond requirements, tbe great. Public meetings have been plannedfor Washington _u_ 11,071); 221,500 I "bit. but the winter the southern people should eat
est possible! yields will occur question Is more corn bread and ]less wheat I
the first few weeks of the
campaign State's total-_1,031,373 $2 27,460 I "IIowT- bread ,

PASTURE VELVET BEANS. I in nearly every locality. it Is now too Our farmers must not fall to produce
I Billboard advertising circulars; and late to increase all tbe hay possible, and it will
pay to fertilise a patch ot sorghum
Inquiry-"What Is the most profl street-car posters have been providedin the acreage devoted to food crops, as and peas with a fertilizer containing
able use of the Velvet Bean?" most States to boost the sale] of Wealthiest Of All NationsIs practically all/ of the land baa been from 10 to 12 per cent phosphoric aci'
Plant the velvet bean In the corn planted but -largii yields can be obtained and IH to 2 per cent nitrogen.
and get a double crop. They do well stamps, particularly'. for; Christmas just tin same, provided good Cotton Is not generally recognized f
together. Plant an early variety and present Officials believe many millions ]- Our Own United States cultivation i* given and fertilizer are as'a food crop but tbe country must

fertilise for a good growth. will be purchased in the next liberally Potatoes applied have as side ad.aocM260'applications. not overlook the fact that' an acre of
1 The most economical use of velvetbeans three this corn 10i per cent hay 33 cotton that will'' produce a bale will
weeks for percent food feedvalue
To Illustrate In another way oh- Is to let cattle feed on themIn purpose.In The United Slates load the world beef and pork 100 per cent, yield almost aa great a and y
serve the picture. the field and then to turn under a statement made this week, Mr. In the production of whereas the coat of fertilizer has advanced planted In to the corn.seed as Therefore the same, an land Increased -,

Here Is a vessel made of stares, the vegetable matter remaining. It McAdoo said: Corn Coal Silver only 25 per cent. yield In that crop means increased -

; .' Each stare may represent a food ele- there are not sufficient cattle on the "This war cannot, be financed unless Wheat. Petroleum Aluminum The wheat crop this year Is short food and teed products
''meet or other factor of producMtion. place get them and feed Whygo and It had been estimated that 300.- i
crop them. Oats Pig Iron Zinc Fertilizer are used for the plant
':., '( Some of the stares are shorter to the expense ot gathering beam. the American people immediately stop Cotton steel Cattle baa 000,000 been bunhela bought of the by 1117 European wheat crop food they contain, and It will be impossible , EM
,than other Does not the shortest grinding and shipping the meal off to waste, practice self-denial economizein for future unless countries the to produce) profitable yields
y t; tare then determine how much water some one else to feed and get thebenefiUT every possible direction, and len.l Tobacco CopperWe corn crop of the delivery South la a without ample plant to d. Just what .-
the vessel can hold and does not the -J. N. HARPER. have more than five times 'as bread will be a luxury "bumfer. fertilizer to apply and how much to -
mone; 'they save thereby to the government much railway mileage/ M the countrysecond staff of life. use aa a side application will depend
ft. _ _ __ _ __ ___ _________--------------- --- -- --------- -, In rank Russia Our exports The farmer Is being advised. on er on the soil type the crop planted and
4' fertilizer used
the kind and amount of
"I appeal to the hearts and the patriotism ery hand to Increase production, but land prepared.
time the was
n1 C. A. CARSON. President N.. BRYAN Secretary he la limited In his credit and he finds at the soils and 'clay soli w*>
of the American people to i I It hard to obtain sufficient labor. The On r
I help their government, and help them- best way to Increase the production would recommend from 200 to ,.300'
of and other food pounds ot fertilizer for cotton
corn crops, as well ',
The Waters & Carson selves by a whole-hearted support of ja cotton, la to cultivate thoroughlyand corn analyzing 6 to 8 per cent. r
this war-savings plan." often and make side applicationsof phone acid and 2 to 4 per cfgen
fertilisers. If the farmer hasn't tbe For field crops In U
l' D. G. the
Wagner following plain, we would 'recommend"to
money to hire labor under preeentcon'
\ telegram on Monday .appointing him ditions. It will pay him to borrow 400 pounds of a fertiliser at.
on his to sufficient from 4 to 7 per cent phosphor 'f
money crop pay
chairman of
the Osceola
Grocery Company county committee labor to cultivate and fertilize bla and from 4 to 6 per cent nit< '
to push the sale of war saving crop adequately. After each rain a This fertilizer should be applle ,
certificates. duet mulch should',oe> made with the corn wben It Is from knee to we'
r cultivator. We need not expect a high and to cotton at the time) g
bountiful harvest unless the soil moisture lint squares are forming. . t
Wholesale and Retail' Dealer !i. Jacksonville, Fla.; Dec. 3, 1918.D. ia conserved Aa a general] title, For the silt loams In' Alabama. Lou- \ d
l ,,:::1-\( \ , ; the amount of corn produced Is In direct Ulana and Mississippi. we would roey,+
G. Fla.
; Wagner, Klssimmee; : proportion to tbe amount of Water ommend. for cotton or corn 100 to 200 t
:t: I Under authority of the Secretary oft : \ conserved la the soil by thorough pounds of a fertiliser analyzing percent
: G. \ cultivation.Hon. available phosphoric acid and 2..4
\\ 'ROCE'RIESI I theYTreasury and : Van-
J A. Wade. Commissioner of per cent nitrogen. This la to be ap-.
'f"!_-", derlip;chairman. the National War Agriculture of: Ala/ bam*, in a circular plied to the corn when about knee high t,
Savings Committee as director of the letter Issued to the farmers makes and to the cotton when squares begin
this stat.ment-"ft la evident that the forming. Under moat favorable con
..... State of Florida I'hereby appoint you e td corn in the State ditions a pound of fertilizer mean
IAA chairman of the Osceola county committee of Alabama has been Increased 4. to 60 three pounds of need cotton. From
. are, 60 per cent greater Ulan those of cent a4 ,tbe fanner are to be thin we can see that U.OO, Invested
. . . . . . . . * * * . * . at this critical moment in the any other country on earth. Our I p.r congratulated for taking such a wise fertiliser at this time mean from y'r, ,

history of our country. wealth] exceeds that even of the entire step A large yield of corn Is greatly 16 to |S next fall and a badly needed'

t WE SELL: .WE BUY; You\ will have an opportunity to British Empire. . ,needed and is probably tbe most profit- commodity ia brought Into existence.
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t .1. render patriotic service of great value. When you buy United States bonds

.. HAT. e HIDES The State headquarters at Jacksonville you are buying the safest security ever GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS"
.. 'GRAIN will render you all assistance sold a security backed up by more \ TO CONSTIPATED CHILD

:'+ I j. FURS I possible in this work. wonderful natural resources than thoseof Upholstering and
v other nation under the sun.
WOOL The. campaign will be launched on Delicious "Fruit Laxative" cant harm

.. SHINGLES Dec. 3. Therefbre there is but little Piano WorkI tender little Stomach Liver.

AND time for you to complete your organization HEALTH FOR THE HAIR. and Bowel.

ORANGE BOXES. which should be, of course, do Upholstering and Repair '-- I
v .. ORANGE WRAPS. I .. ALL.. ; nonsectarlan and nonpolitical and Include Hew te Keep Your Tresses Bright and Work on all kinds of furniture, Look at the tongue mother! II

COUNTRY on your committee representatives Beautiful. ,and guarantee satisfaction or no coated your little one's. stomach, liver
VEGETABLE CRATES O I of all the civic religious, indus Fresh air la as necoaaary to the and bow I. need cleansing at once.

PRODUCE . trial and fraternal organizations. health of the hair aa it la to the health When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't
CRATE NAILS. e . of the lungs. The woman who la not pay.PIANOS sleep eat or act naturally, or Is fevrr-
.. I am sure I can count on your full- guided by this truth has hair which, lull, stomach sour, breath bad; has sure

f' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . est cooperation( in this great patri- as a rule, la matted down and of an unattractive throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give a

.. otic work J. GRIGGS, ahude. The outdoor girl, If your piano needs tuning teaspoonful of "California, Syrup of
f | We sell field and garden *eed* of all kind. State Director for Florida War Sayings whose coiffure ia blown about by the Figs," and In a few hour all tire foul,

Wi give special attention to fitting out bunting and camping parties. Committee. wind usually has a bead of hair that regulating or refinUhing, let constipated bile waste undigested food and I,
sour gently! moveo out of 1U little
) Free delivery' in city limit Thone No. 12. Is taU -ot life aud vigor and Ita colorIng me give, you an estimate on the bowel without griping,.and you have a i

We are county spats for good Jertilizers. Ask u* for circular and pric Minimum Allotments For Counties. 'Is flne. work.I well playful I child again. Ask your ;
Fresh air and plenty of brushing, druggist for a> bottle of "California
fertilizer I located in the Willson
a Florida with an estimated population ] am 1
with tbe shampoo and gentle massaging Syrup of Figs, which contain full

P1 -- -- of 1,031,373, is expected to buy of the scalp, will often make sickly building on Darlington avenue, direction for babies, children of all ages ;t

20,627,460 of the new wap- savings hair healthy. and will be glad to see and talk and for grownupsVisiting

i t Get Your Job Printing from. the Valley Gazette certificates' which were placed on sale I Brush the hair for five minutes every
with having work in
... night and massage the scalp briefly anyone
Dec. 8 as a means of helping the government -
with the tips of the angers. Tben let these lines. card printed by the Val- i
raise funds to prosecute the the hair bang down .plaited until ley Gazette Job Department. '

war to a victorious end. ready to get Into' bed. '

This announcement was made ,by In the morning while preparing ,to R. M. SOLBERG t 1

GOOD Judge J. F. C. Griggs, who has beenappointed dress again let the hair fall loosely. '

( director' for this State in On balmy days stand at an open win AlexanderFinlay 'i

handling the sale of these certificatel.Florida'l dow so that the breeze may blow tbe ,
hair about and tbe sunshine Orange Center Fla.
PRINTINGTHE portion is at the rate of: $20. WANTED 1
In cold weather stand In tne sunshine
per capita. for a abort sun bath The Gazette 'wants a correspondent Representing A. M. Klemm'i

Duval county has been apportioned When motoring or playing golf yon In every community in Osceola county. '

2,221,780 of certificates for an esti- should dress tbe hair loosely that It Send in the news it will help the I WINTER HAVEN

mated population- 111089. Hills-\ may hare the benefit of ,the airing. taper and will keep your section. before '

{' character of your printed matter makes an indelible im- \ borough county, with an estimated Ot the hair bang loosely In the sun the. public.: I

-good those who it. More people population of 90,669, is apportioned tor. few minutes each day' It possi .. NURSERIESWinter p
or bad-upon *ee ble. This treatment naturally bleaches
Pile Cured In 6 to 14 I
1813830. These are the two largest Day
he hair
: slightly. Tbe wholesome ef.tecto -
sale your (landing-the character and quality of product-your UDtodatencti in the State Tour drticniat wilt refund moneyIf late '
county upon It of the sun more than com-
OINTMENT fall to cure tarcaae of Itchiav, Haven Fla.
-by that than by any other one thing. Therefore the. both in population and in apportion- x-osates for the bleach. For a blond lndBe!! difl*;or Protruding Pile. *In6tol4iiar.. ,s
The Aral applicatlpm slyu! B...and Beit. SOc. j' .
need for the right kind'of printing ment. this treatment is especially effective;

trLv The minimum of sale 'apportion' It maintains the fairness of the hair .

Our hobby i il good printing-not fancy' fussy printing-but ments for the various counties based as nothing else will .
Close fitting hats and extra puffs and W. H. ARNOLD ALAN J.
t e good, printing with character quality' and finish-the right type 0" $20 per capita, by Judge Griggs are braids cause tbe hair perspire and
'-., right>'stock: right illustrations-all blended into a strong, dignified. at follows. : do pot,allow the air to circulate through ARNOLD & MacDONOUGH '

r whole:-the kjnd that will maltA a good imprewioa for you. Minimumof It to the root L ack of air Is) respojasl-. 1
Sales ble for so much poor hair among' city Contractors Engineers Architect
-c, ;,Gtve.iw'.a.dunce on your next job. ... Estimated Appor- 'women. There U no bale tonic that ? ;"' .. /l'
1 7.a County-- Population.- tloned. equals nature'\ *. DARLINGTON AVE., CITIZENS, BANK. BLDC., ,,, ,
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; 'iow': .j-r COUNTY FINANCES. OSCEOLA COUNTY, Jo a.t: Lot Two (2). and befflnnlna- at trill will be' taken *. confessed!, ,.' said. :,

E.t; > h ',.. FOR THE PERIOD ENDING SEPTEMBER SOTH, 1917. 1 1. RUMINATIONS OF REX I the lun northeast south 35.50 corner U chains of Lot west Three (.I.7Schslirm ), I defendant.I. further ordered" that this order SIt

'. : ,. north {'t6. OU chains, and east e published once a week far four eon.,
.. '( ..The following rEportoC, the receipts' anddlsb'u'rsements of the, several funds 4.75 chains to beg-lnnlng'. same being; ecutlve week ra the Klastmmee VaK
F 'I.: .. ", ;-of Osceola-County for the period ending September SOth 1917 'WIth the balJwnces In Section Eleven (It) of said township ey aaiette. a newspaper -published in
I .1 .. : ) and the amount of warrants outstanding and a statement, the assets Rex aIl1'ta! domiciled with his friend will be"t aid County and State.
r ''It' and liabilities, and the value of : news for the Kaiser and his certain stock of cattle estimated This l"th day of November 102?.
county property (other than school) of the said
at ZOO head marked cropsplitunderMt (Seal J.'U
L'Vfr4-.44atonere 4''Mj.-O.eeoI&, County th..80th reported of by the Clerk of the Court and the County Coimnls.under William Temple. .lila peculiar notions motley crew. In one ear, over-slope crop Clerk OVKRSTRHKT.circuit Court.
on day
.. Laws September I. hereby published the provisions. The furloughed soldiers Paradise underblt In the other ear, and branded By 8. 1C BULLOCK.
> ( 6813 of the 1 "gave
-o Chapter qf >*>16. In no,way interfere with 'our convenience JM. 'i I DepUty CUrkHollcitor .
ERNEST. AMOS. Comptroller.BKNBHAL .. 'island a calL Results will be announced And also all the personal propertynow Z. BASH
(4'- : : Ft'NU.' i having,: a room and a writing: later. ' located on the premises .above de.drIb.d. for Complainant! 50-It.

1f..". Depository Balance April.. 1st. 191T __._____________--__. $ ,3B.'T1 desk .
',:, Outstanding Warrants, Aprl, .1st 1917_._--__________, 11.41.11 and being clear of .interruption Mrs. R. B. Ward showed Rex a quantity Purchaser to pay for master deed MOTICK OK KXRCITTORM FOR FINAl"
and bill of sale.

.' Deficit ?.-'-_________________-_____________________ I 7.088.41 of any kind. We are .better located of sweet potatoes she gathered Dated November *th. 117. . DlaII"HGIC- ,

RerelsiU tee the Six: Meiataa. ., than we could be with any family in from one short row,,and which showed as Spec-till w.Master B. CRAWFORD in Chancery. I. ('....,..Jedge's., .456. C..rt... 01.. C_...

i.lit From : 'ax Cou..ctor..Tax... and Incenses ,_____-_-.--.-.11.1'11' that other persons in the city know how KB1KB3 A STEED 7 Yl.rd.
''From .Comptroller, Tax Redemption .__..._-_-_._-_--..- 186.54/ the city. Attorneys forconiplatnants tl-Bt .
From Comptroller. R. R. Tax Redemptions ___.._,__-._ 758.26 The mule 'mentioned to "make" them. There were' many of ., re lCssle ... Ms'asrst E. K_.....
From Depository, Interest ___...__.....-._______.____- 14.46 previously! is them MA8TKR9AI.K.!! 'darter.
,FromClerk. Warrant refund '___.::..__.,.---..___...____ ... 13.00 i dead and has been'carried away. The and they were the finest and lar.
."",Iance ._._._-_,-___?_.,._________..../"__-___...,w.Trom ._._ f,1I112.2ft. gut we have seen this' year. We are Notice Is h.reb'iv..n that under Notice l I. h.r.'bi.n; to all whom
; cause of said death is unknown. About and by virtue of a final decree In Chancery It may concert that on the 14th day of

Ork. School. .Board __________...--___,--'..:____u_ 10.60 .IL no.n the only remark the old c'.etermined: to see further and report. entered on the SOth day of Novem May A. I) IMS, we will apply to the
gentlemanmade ber A. n. -117. I the of Hon. T.: M.: Murphy Judge of .
Dlnbnrses. > esi in my presence concerning the part court liratton and H. N. Bratton, her husband l a. Judge or Probate for our final dis-
1f Salary Cl..rk Circuit Court aa County Auditor and :' charge .... Rxecutors
week and Rex is complainants, vs. Laura Coleman I Jennie of the estate of
. Clerk to County Commissioners __,._____......) 495.00 event was:. "Well I won't have td feed as busy as'the old- C. Payne and C A. Roberts respondents Margaret )0;. Kochenderfer deceased
Per*Diem and Mileage .of CommlHslsonvrs ?----___-v.-... 361.00 .' it longer." fashioned bee used to be in the tat pendlnw the Clrcvlt Court I and that at the same time we will present -
tl I Salaries oC Other Officers/ and Employees tJudire any barrel. So he will close ot the Hevi-nth Judicial Circuit of the I our final accounts aa Executors of
I. of County Couft ..___ ___ Edward Lut .of Company (Kls- by wishingthe State of Florida. In and for Osceola said r'stateand' aak for their approvaL
___, -.-.Ju...__.-,,____1 125.00 Dated November .
.-County Prosecuting Attorney --___,___J.' ____._-u.-__.-__ JS6.65 *lmrnee's ) was home furlough Valley Gazette and its subscribers. County, In Chancery, the undersigned CLARA tA M.I) HIT.
'P company on aa Special Master In Chancery will sell HUT8ON.
k Attorney for
County -Commissioners _.. ._ 104.20
.Jailer. _-_______..________1.----------------------------- ---- ---- -- 2.60. 'I' Saturday'and Sunday and Is hearty good-will. REX. at public Sale at'the door of the Court W." )0(. IILJTSN.S ( .
house In Klsslmmee, Florida to thb
&' Repairs; to County.Bulldlniis.ourt. "company" with his father-in-law I hlffheat and best bidder for rash, W. n. CRAWFORD
j;% ;_ <- House ___________-_...-____ ___ ___ -,...,.._.._____1 IIK.KII P. the hours of legal sale on Monday during, the Attorney for Executors I.m'mAItMI1'RATQR'S
.-' Jail ----.u; __.,.________...'___--._....__.._...._....... 66.25 P. Savage, was one of our Sunday visitors SOUR, ACID STOMACHS 7th day of January A. 1) 1918 the following
: : Furniture -artd Fixtures for! 'Mr. Lutz married Miss I GASES OR INDIGESTION dvsrrlbed real estate. situate In MOTICHCourt
3- Court House ________-. _?._*.....---,..-.,.,......>___,,.___..., 11.88 Myrtle the City of Klsslmmep, County of Oscnoln .. -
,Jail ___.:!-?....__.__.*.-'.______..:-.ii.._____:____-t--,. '.0.12 Savage before leaving' for the UrniylBurlell : and ::.. :.rt't Florida, described as I. .t Ce.. '
Tape's neutralizes .
xppn..a of County Buildings.- from the'Lake Diapepsln" excessive Klerlda
',Janitors arid other Attendants ______.........._______*, .800.00 Yates coun- acid In stomach relieving All of Lot Five (S) of Block "0" of la %'. l.mht fuel and water. __________...--____...._..._,-...' .. 127.13 ty neighborhood, also was a,, Sunday dyspepsia, heartburn and Robert Hass Addition to the City of
I'A ., Incidentals ._________ __ -_ KiftRiintne. accitrdlna to plat thereofon Oaeeola Ce..<
4, _ _.;.__ __- _.*__________"i.--:: 881.11 I rNtlce
Cl'our.\ Farm _._ ,. ... . . ......i600.00 visitor here. distress at once.* them the office of the Clerk of the
-?? -----*?+---- ----- --- ., |i httft-.v alven to all whom
'V! , Care'of County Voorj33xpeDes .- Barney Savage from the"Bull creek Time Iu'In! fire minutes alt stomach Circuit. Court of, Osceola' County, FlorIdn. It may concern thaVon, the 20th day of
*, ;: operation Poor Houses and Farms 72.43 I'urchaser to for April A. 1>. 118, I shall apply to the
------ --- country accompanied by his.wife.and distress to pay master's deed.- ,
duo will
\:, "'J Allowance made to paupers outside of Poor Hou........ acidity go. Dated this Cth day of December. A. D. Honorable T. M. Murphy\ Judge of said,
1 1 \ I paid by warrants ....---.--....._..-.-_--*...-<.... 662.05 Henry Fertic, arrived Sunday; Theyare No indigestion, hoartliurn, sourness or 1D17. \v. B. CRAWFORD).: Court aa Judge of Probate for my
belching of gas or .eructations of undigested Special Master In Chaucer '. final discharge as Administratrix! of
\ r Coroner's Inquests domiciled with Peter I )
the .
;. Fees! osVOJTIcprs Jurors Wltnvasen '. ". Savage. KHIIIHS &.tI'1'EEO. estate of Oeorge I) Tatman, 'deceased -
and. __ 5 *2.90 food dizziness foul
; no .bloating,
\ ------ ---- : and that at the
.. 4 Insanity Inquiries. ,.. ., We spent'Saturday'night' : with.-our; i breath or headache. Hollcltore ror Complainants. Ill-St present to laid Court name my flnal time accounta .twill v

; '*!".*'Fees* ,.- of.Officers_ '' 'and Committees*._ - ) _,.??....-. -..-----I '14.40. . friend.. Joe.-Smith! HeJs.Juat.a-.HtUc.: , rep ?& > ..noted for;;, its, .. 'HlPJo" : aa Admnllstratrlx of said eata .
'f r T T--TT'T .Ol( "l'OLIC'
r" ? ? m'-
; j..tltrag. i laprpftln.)1 .. AT'O .
- TSil"fliil i' ilViii. .Tma.TIH.Otneral .. _. ? _
't ..
fTimi' - -- r tyfl aviH < "' .
-- .r ffw\t\ : Ifffi ; "' VfiniMfelUA ito / l \ r ____...._T..__-r.;.;.. "' _'....... tfisTjMMlhn t prt Ihej pajnininrntten.T; .
Ulanks, etc., .... ._*_<.?-,*-..--- ---* 133.79 .. on,the Jmprove and purposes to try. p1'e4I ogulattnit'"tlpBdt''SlAmtlii. Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida Clr. Datt-d) October rth, A.: 1>. 1917. v
Record HooksV-......... ....;-,__-.-.:"_.______________._ ISO,80 ,. ., an electrical'\ treatment. It is the surest, quickest stomach sweetener cult 'Court of 'Osceola. County. In ALMA T. MOB ltlSO.! S
.)- Advertising required by-'law' and paid, by County _._u_ 206.<0 in the whole world and besides it Chancery.8. A. Rogue Complainant, 43-6 mos Administratrix.,, ,
\ ... CommlHSlwn, Paid to OITIcors. Persons from Bull: Jug and Crab is harmless. Put an end .to., stomach vs Southern Colonization Co.. Defend'ht. -.

t. "fa: Collector.I.....-____.__.--,----____..___________-. 1.424.97clpl'k brass creek report everything ii a I 'distressat: once by getting.a large fifty- rtP'rIcuii<< TO CHKOITOKAla'Court
) Circuit Court. recordingand general court work 200.00E"p.m. It I. ordered that on Monday the Slit -
.,. of bond election __-' ___.__________.......... K8.01l-. flourishing condition In'th se vlc ,! cent case of Pspe's Dlspepsin from any day of December, A. U. 1917. the de ef Ike r..mty Judge, !State! .(
County Demonstration Agent ____-.______.....__.____ 532.57 ties. nl.1 hug tore. You realize in five minutes fendant, !:Houthern Colonisation Company .
County Physician '_____________-.:______............... I00 No permanent injury from how needless it is to suffer from Indigestion . n oornora.tlnn.' Is rnnuAstml to am.pear reF.tate of Daalel ,Hailvreed O_
. Interestj, _______-____:______________.s.________.____.. 20.22. $ 6.541.20 recent frost. Kenansville; Whittier dyspepsia, or any'.stomach disorder this the Ulll of Complaint. on Ole In _01. Co.atr..' -

Net nalanre Sept. XO./ iII ___.___________-_-______ 61.0A Big Pine Canoe creek Lakes Gentry caused by fermentation due to It la further ordered that this order To all Creditors, legatees, Distributees
:Arm-rants out $ept. .30, 1817 -__.___ -_-__.______.._. .....-- I 201.62 and'Wander and other localities excessive acids in'stomach.illlllllllllllliMiillM'. (he published for four consecutive weeks and all Persons having Claim. or
) : : make In'th" Klsslmm Valley Oasrtte. a emands against said Estate:
Depository, Balance Sept. 30 1917 __--.-..-_____- ':.' '" $ '52.68I about the earnsreportthat bugs I weekly newapaperpubllshed in Oaceula tll..u. and oaoh of hereby no
County Florida.
PINK AND FOHFRITUHH FuN!). and required to present any
have suffered more than anyting else Witness my hand and seal this, the claims and demand which
Depository Balance, April l.t. 117 -....-.-__.____ 1 :219.59 'i 3d. day of December A. n.I IDI7. either of you. have you.or the
; S -Outstanding, ; Warrants, April 1st 1>1T .;.__..__----______ 166.10 Fault finding Is chronic with many legalAdvertisements, I. J. U OVEKSTKEET estate. 'of Daniel mar Kaatwood!: against- deceased
S but if Circuit i Clerk Circuit fourt Uaceola' late of Osceola County. Florida to S
people is the
anything gained by .1
Balance, April 1st 117 ...-... I 64.49 J Court I County, Florida. undersigned Administrator of said es4ate. .
I Here-lpis for
1 Worn Tax Collector. Taxes ---------------------------0 3.114,62 .. are contending with. Rex has hereof.
I' [Worn Controllur, Tax itedemptlona -_--__-___--____-.-- 14.04 4 I I I I I I I 5 I I I slillMilMASTKIlf 1 j BIDS bated October 1st, A. T>. HIT.
S from failed to discover it. My friends those A. E.-DROUGHT.
4 Comptroller It. H. Tax __ 18- .B7
----- ----- will be '
I "h.," }'rornsheriff'. , Fines ..-__-....._--....-__......-.__-_-..---145.70, I 8.733.81 of>. you who feel that disease comingon !! -! SAI.K. m.: Saturday received, December up'to 10:00 It/ ,: 1911 o'clock. for theprinting a. 42t Administrator S

? Balance ,---------------.------------------------- 1 3,798.12 should go with your ,little what.veritmaybe Notice I Is e '.raf'IJr that under and b)' the of 10,000 Board: booklets of County and Commissioners envelopes NOTICH. OF EXECUTOR S

.J'} Ulsbvraeaaea '.1' Ike Six Mea.ha>. .' to the Red Cross by virtue of a In Chanceryentered of Oareola. County, Florida -
: 'Stherlft' and Deputies Cost Bills Criminal. Cases .___-,--$ (84.44 e worn- on the 20th day of August A. !>. Klsalmmee, Florida.Hpeclflcatlona at la Ce.rt ,.f C....,. Jmfgf, o.e*.>la) S
... ".Constables, Cost Bills Criminal Cases -----_--___---.--... '.80 en'or some other patriotic movement, 1817 in B.the case of Bulah Carr and copy etc.. are now- on Ce.sty, !State! ef Florida
'S '.. XJIerk Circuit Court Cost Bills Criminal Cases ....__... 10.80 and become financially Interested In George. ".. Charles Carr. her Donejran husband and complainants Adalene file with John I... Overstrcet Clerk of I. re Estate .t JeaaV.. ThesspMsl
' S Criminal Court Record. Cost Bills Criminal Cases 4,28 of County Commissioners, at -
.5 Justice of Peace, Cost Hills our Johnston respondents, pendlnir 'In Klaslmmee,
Criminal Cases S2.7JItS.OO helping in this Florida and
ArCounty - government great the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial bidders prospective Notice I I. Hereby given, to all whom
: ProsecutingAttorney, Conviction Fee. __.. should apply to him
Circuit of the State of In It may concern that the 11th et
Florida pn day
! -.. Witness1 Fees 1,'20.KO contest; and you- would see that such Information. D.
, Court ; -------r------------------------, -.-----------.. 1111.84 a course will the disease. I and the for Osceola County. In Chancery., A certified check for 10 per cent of the December Honorable A. T.JUTlI M. shall applyto
underalvned Special Master Judge
cure aa I IB Murphy of
Other Criminal _ amount of
each bid
expenses. prosecution -> .--.-. .-_ Chancery will should accom said Court., of
I J edlng[ Prisoners.-------------------- .-,.__.._ _.-.. 619.60- The Democratic rooster is as patriotic door of the ::ll.u public In Bale at the pany Salary Jude Juvenile Court __._ -_.. ._.._. .. Kianlmmee check should be
: -- -- i- ..... 62.60 Florida. made to the tate of .
p 'Medicine and clothing; prlaoners** J_,___........-..._ S.76 $ 8,465.94 as ever. He is dead against any. for cash" ,to during the highest the" hours and of best legal bidder salen Board order of of Ernest Mach, Ctalrman of the and that at nth': same Thompson time ,I deceaaed will present

Net Balance*. Sept. *0th. 117 .. .. 4P-M thing' that looks like German, and he Monday, the 7th day of January, A. All proposals County Commissioners my final account a* Executor of
-.... /,.. 0 302.38 D.: 1818 the following described real should be addressed to said estate and ask for their .
.. \Varrants outstandingSept.. 30th. 117 ..-...---..__-- 14.10 is as proud to see'our soldiers on thistreet and personal property, now situate In of John L. Overstreet, Clerk of the Board .Dated June ,llth. A. D. 117.approval.

Depository Bal.n'e S Sept. SOth' 117 .._.-__-_ . 1 316.68 as he can be,. and'he only regrets ,the Florida County to- .of ltI: Osceola. and State of Florida.County Commissioners.' Klsslmmee SThe le-Smoa EDOAR X>S. HOOANV Executor.'
HOAD FUND. that their time in our city is a., The northwest" quarter of the southeast Board reserves the right to reJect .

IDeposltory. ,. Balance April let, lilT ..__-?_-..-._.__-- I ,5*7'4S: short but he is perfectly satisfied that quarter and the southwest quar any or JOHN all bids.I NOTICB OP1. ADMINISTRATOR I
ndlng; jyarrants, April lit 1111'1.t',. .. ..' 11,464.00 tar of the.nOrtJee.t quarter of OVFRSTRKFT -
to '
-- - the Hoard of
S 'when !the Germans! hear from them it Section One" (1) '. In Township Twenty. sioners of Osoeola County Commis 1.-e..rt.1 Ctwaty ....sTe, Stats ..1 ?

Deficit, April lat 117 ............,-'.....-?....-.. 1 4,876.68 Five <25) !South! .Range Thirty (30) 51-it County,*, Florida.S Fl...... .. *.'

.t Receipts ,tee> the !Six! Meat... *'
-q 'Prom" Tax Collector: Taxes and Licenses ."?_"_-_,--.--$11,026.41 --" SEALED BIDS I. ro Estate .1 .;; ;; On.a- Oeeeeluv.ati. i

:Prom Comptroller Tax Redemptions __..-___.____--.___ 13',19 y iy 5'
From Comptroller R. U. Tax -__'-____.:.________.______ 758.20S will be received" up to 10:00: o'clock a. I '
From .po.ltory-Int"'r..t 17.411 , m., Saturday January Itth. Dig by the Notice Is hereby given to all whom
... ------------7-----0---, : 'A.': : D.G.Wagnerinsurance Doard of County -Comlsslonera of Os It may cencern that on the 10th day ot
--, ,B"I anC8.__.__..._____________--__ .---101 .. n" Agency ceola County, Florida for grading. December A. D. 1M7. f'shall' apply* to 1
,,, : dralnln"" and surfacing with asphalt the Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judve of 1s
1)leb.rser.a f.p le1r !!III. Mo.."..,
S approximately thirty-seven. miles of said Court, as udg. of Probate for
.., Buperlnt.ndanca'andfluir! >rvlslon. S Anal discharge e
''' roadway nine feet wide In Osceola my as Administratrix
<."'diaries of Road Superintendents and' Overseers i( 160.118 2nd Floor Chuetu Bank Bid*., Phone No. 30. County. Florida. S ' of the estate of Delma Oraham deceased
<}'ald to County Commissioners for road In.pctlnn'k 83.001 Specifications will be furnished ; |and that at the same time I willpresent
14 1. .' -,,, I. construction and Maintenance-,Itoad. and ,,BrIdgeLff application to J. tt Overstreet Clerk upon of to said Court my flnal recountsas
Dlii 'Oostot Material ---------....--...............f 644 84 "r - The Leading General Insurance Agency In Osceola Co. the Hoard of County Commlsslonera' of Administratrix of said. estate, and
F''s. Tools and machinery cost and repairs __.------..-. 17.15 : ojceola County. Florida at Klsslmmee ask for their approval.
.,.. LIve: stock co.t care and feeding .................... 606.64 Florldju Dated June 1th, A. D. HIT.JACKIE .
4. Paid', for free labor other than Guards ??.._______-.-_ 2.679.26 c._ WE REPRESENT THE AETNA, HOME OF NEW, YORK, HART Rach proposal must l". accompanied .ANN OR AH AM. 5S
Pay or Convict Guards .__. __. 404.45 bv a <..mos Administratrix.OK .
-- ----------- ----- --- FORD AND MANY certified check In the |
"Feeding I and care ot convicts on roads ._?___,-_.._-..,. 1,019.85: OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE, 15,000.00, made payable to Rrnest sum of .
.i'-.. interest----------------------------------------------Auto hire .___h.n_______ ...._-_--________. ______.':__ 25.28 25.00 COMPANIES; ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO., ,, Chairman of the Hoard of County.Mach Com.mlxnloners. ., ODDER PUBLICATION
and such
S Incidentals' .. ....... 15.00r AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY' OF FIRE delivered proposal must be -
---------- ------- --- .. ------- or forwarded to J. L.
r w.: 'l' .ymenU on account discharge convicts leased .______ 33.00 LIFE ACCIDENT AND HEALTH street. Clerk to the Board of Over. I. Clrrnlt r.mH ......... ....Iellllli Cl... .
Paid to Incorporated Cities and Town., '4fc collections AUTOMOBILE, TORNADO. CommlSHloner, Kldxlmmec County reSt of Kl.rld.. !. sad (.r OseeelsvCoaaty.
;. In same ---__._______.,-.*_-......__.._.__..... 3,115.72 BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive S The Hoard reserves the ,right .. I. Ckaaccry.llarlnw .. I
: ."Refund ... -_ re t
.. 21.00 5.
4'. TreHrht ---_-_--::---_:::::--:::::-:::-,:---:::-,-----.:::::::: 6.95: ject any* or all J.bids.i.. !...< A Cattle-C...aar. a Ce rporatlesi. ->'

.5. ''Hire State! prisoners ..__u_..____.._____...__._____.. 268.42 $ S.S64.05Net Insurance Clerk to the Board OVRRSTREKT.of County Commlsdloners .- ... Jsek..vlIl.. >Tmtfm
of Osceola County Florida. Key West Hallway .
Balance. .Sept. 80, 1917 --&--------------------F. 147.71 : 5l-2t (' r.U... .'. Dill <. <).) '
tVarrants outstanding, $ept. 20. 1917 --.,,.--- 44.92 ALSO BONDS AND LIABILITY. r:.:.\
IN THESE S ,,KAI.KI) llIi)8 The' comfolalnant above namedbar..
Peposltory Balance Sept. 30, 1917 -.-.__----_ I 192.63 DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION S ---.-- . Ing" filed, in thiscourt Its sworn bill
PHIII.ICITY KI'I! AGAINST LOSS IS 'A WISE PRECAUTION. will D*! received up- to '1OOO: o'clock. a. S of complaint. It uviir thiS In Its belief

Ii eposltorir$' Balance April let, 1917 -...-...... 82.73 m.Hoard. Haturday.. January ISth. 1918, hv the there are parties, persons, firms and
-. I4.c.Iplsfor tke Six Moaths. of County Commissioners of Osocola corporations claiming to hold' or have

PontTax Collector Taxes ..v.>__.:_-................I 2,109.115 County, Klorldh, for an issue of some right title or Interest of, In and
; "From Comptroller Tax Redemptions _____'___.;_.-. 22.71 S 1276.000.01). 04 per cent Special. Road to the lands hereinafter described
I' From Cpmptroller R. It Tax! -.__._-.......... 126.38 S 2258.74 +oo and llrldire District Honda. whose names, places of residence and
oooooo oo oooo..oo ooooo ooo All Information relative to such hoods abode, and post office1 addresses are

: -. Balancefluhscrlptlons__________________________:.______________ .3 2,3 U.U S Joton may. he f.. obtained upon application to to complainant unknown and having
Overstreet Clerk to the Hoard prayed relief against such unknownparties
IieIur.mra4is for the fix ]110......
S FStoutLumberCo. S of County Commissioners of Osccola persons. firms and corporation
;! _::-j."Donations .____--______:__.-!: -._.__.__...__I 150.00/ .1 County Florida. and demanded the entry of an order
. ___ .______________________._____________,- 4tiIlI.' 'lIfanRgel' Canning; Club ______:-_____-- ..___..ii:_..,- 80.00\ 'Hit..,'} ): SUCCESSORS.TO MAY-STOUT LUMBER CO. certified check In the sum of $5,000.00, Statute S
S S made payable to Krnest !Marh. Chair It Is thereupon ordered that all parties .
':,. Net. Balance Sept. 3" 1917 ___.-.'.._.!?________.__.. 1 1,601.47f DEALERS :;. man of the Board of County (Commis persons, firms and corporation.
: or forwarded to John title or Interest. by through or under
hARD M'HFACKn' Yellow Pltie and Cypress Lumber. IOverstreet,

Depository Kalance. April I"t. 1917 ____4_............... S.407.08 : Novelty Clerk sioners.'to Klnnlinmpo.the .Hoard of County Commis the Railway Jacksonville Cotneajiy, Tampa, &, Key West
Outstanding warrants April t.t. 1917 _______ 03.00 Works in Connection. I. Flrtrlda. a corporation created
., --------- The Roard reservna the right .to re- and existing' under the Jaws of.
4 Jert any or all bldti. the State of Florida: the Pennsyvnin.Company .
Reeefi4 for She lib :
: Moatlm. JOHN L. OVRRSTRfiKT for Insurance on Lives and
," From Tax Collector. Taxes; _______________________.___129.fi36.72 It is our pleasure to give you estimates at all time Clerk to tho Hoard .ot County Commlasloners Granting Annuities I as Trustee a oorporaijort -
-';' From' C'omptroller. R. H. Taxes ________-..-._-__________ 2,110.49 Courteous Attention of Osccoln County. Florida. existing: under the- laws of
From Tax Redemptions _____...__-__---__ 194,07 . and Prompt Delinl') : 4l2t the State. of Pennsylvania. Richard K.
From Clerk Transferring" Tax Redemptions from' Sheldon. Jncnh Edwards. as Trustee;
!', Comptroller' to other Banks -----__.........___ 213.46 U2.01i3.7f'f Phone 21 5 Kisummee, Fla. : ADMIMITHATOlm!' SflTlfK TO SElL Leslie N, Wllkle May Alice Wllkle, 1.
:: his wife, J. M. Dresser and Octavla
Balance __.-...____..___------___'_*_.._.__....-.,- $40,457.83S OO 60 OO' KM A I. ) Dresser hiswife: Fain Investment _
llUhureemeatsi for the Six M.r ....... Court of County Judge, Mtate of, Company a corporation; Robert J. Edwards .""

;l ,' "For Georgia" Engineering Co., road work ._________.___135.R43.8g ( rior. | .. ;. For other supplies and material ..____________-_---_.. 8.11.98 5 . '. '. ." . ," la re Estate of leslie sole surviving executors of the
Washlaa-tosj. I> i Last Will and Testament ofJacob
!!K For Commissions on Work .......___.----.-,.___-----. 896.86 '. e-
ffi': ; For Bxpenae trip to DeLand ......___......______....-- 149.00 reaaed.eola Ceuaty.Notice Edwardn. deceased; Robert J. Edwards
.' for R. R. Taxes overpaid .--.______:.-___-____.:__---_-_ 84>.22 : RE-ESTABLISHMENT Is hereby given to all whom It Hannah Edwards and Grace M..
4" Edwards, either a" heirs at law, de.vlsees.
,. --- 137,662.94 may .,concern that Roma Thomas as grantees. legatees, widow..

Net Balance.flept.. 80th., 1D17 ______.-___________... S .894 SS : 'TAMPA ington executor deceased of the estate will of-on Louisa the 24th Wash. creditors llenors beneficiariesunder
f' Warrants outstanding. Sept. SOth 1917 ______.......... 9.30 SPECIAL nf Decemborv A. D. 1917, apply to day the trust or otherwise, and all parties
1tiI1... Depository' Balance, JSept. 30th, 1917 _______--_____-..____ S 2.904.1&If ,, Honorable T. M. Murphy. County Judge Ing persons an .Interest firms and of any corporations kind or )character claim.

\ . ABSKT9!! k AND ..IAon.ITII'S. 5-S Nov. 26th In and for said Count, at his office In of. In and to the lands and tenements .
Southbound-Nov. 27th Northbound Klftslmmee, In said County, at Hi described In bill of
said com
fP-1". Assets.nalance o'clock! a. m., or aa noon thereafter as plaint to-wlt

i"! .;...." cash In depository' all funds .....-...____..____1 5367.64 to the aell.matter at can public I be or heard private{ fur authority sale, the I East half, anil: northeast quarter ofnorthwest
.5- I* SOUTHBOUND Stops only at points NORTHBOUND ouarter or. section twenty ..
:. Total ____.......______,.___,__________.______-___1 6.367.64 : No. 91 DAILY County folowinidfftrrlbed to-wit: real estate. In said four (24) ; all of section thlrty.slx (SO).
S ,. Liabilities .. time is shown No. 92 JAJLY9:15A.M. IoIs 8 and 4 of Block 4 of Ross Ad township thirty-three (33): south. S
5.'Van-ants current dition to the town of Klaslmm City. range thirty-two ((32)) east. .
outwtandlng; for expense ._...___. 270.14
,, S j. S LT.-_______ Jacksonville, Fla. .___.....Ar. 7:30 P.M. Which I application will: he based upon rlouthweat quarter .Of northwest!

. ; Total- ._..........___.__.___.._.._-.:.._.._.-.__._ 270.14 10:44A.M. Ar.____________ Palatka" ....._______-__Lr. 5f54'P.M. said the petition Court. for such I.o on file In quarter .and quarter northwest of section quarter thirty ofiouthwcst
VALl'H OP COUNTY IMtOl'KllTY. 12:38 Dated November 20, A. I). 1917. four (34), township thirty-five (35)
<:Cfeiurt House. --.--.----....-----.------........-_..--..--_.160.000.00 S j P.M. Ar._________-__ Sattord ______,.*____Lr. 4:05 P.M. ROMA THOMAS. south, range thirty-four (34) east.

I ,,;; S.- S -j"aof- HOURV and Farm _____......__..___.....__..::______ 15000.00 I :20 P.M. Ar.___________-. Orlando _??____,..____LT. 3:22 P.M. 49-4t 'Executor. All of sections thirty-four (It) and
'I. fitoad Machinery and Mules .;.-:. .,.- .;. 6.000.00 thlrjy-slx (88), township thirty-seven
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-__________ KiMimmee _______:.___LT. 2:52 P.M. 1M flllt'VIT COl'MT. HTATH Or* ('7J south range thirty-four (14)
t: Total _. .: _.. __ _________ 'ISLOOoToo 3:07P.M. east situate, lying and being In the
it Ar.
S --- :- ------ : -____._._-_.-. Lakeland _____._____LT. 1:38P.M. KLOItlUA.J. County of Osceola and State of Florida

'j. S -. 3:26 P.M. Ar.-.-________ Plant City, ---___,-_;.__LT. 1 :20 P.M. IM nisiarle. Ce.spisisasd. ,'.. KmmaDlasTle. do be and appear to complainant's bill.

". ":00 P.M. Ar.___.......___.___--Tampa ,__________.;:LT. 12:45P.M. o.r......*. S0ryeat of herein said died Court at at the KlsslmmeeFlorida.of nee of the Clerk.'

:FOR SALE. CASH PREFERRED h Judicial C'lrenl't. O.rea
Obserration Broilei-Baffet-Parlor, Carr 1918. the same being" the 7th day of
Ir' Chaaeery. said month; and that this order oe pub.
,, Standard Coaches-Free Reduinr Chair Can. llshed once each week for twelve (II)
One b.lock'9f Five Lots in South Part'of 250 Tt appearing by affidavit appended to
Toyvn. Eg tb: >e NOT. 27th Train.No. 80 will leave Taatpa at 10:30 A. M. the bill filed nth.. above-staled cause consecutive weeks prior to the date
L; 208 hat Emma Dingle. the defendant last aforesaid in' the Klsslmmee. Valley
. fooLfront, depth. Rich Muck Soil adapted r- herein named. Is a non-resident of the (Oaxette a newspaper. published and

)Banana. 'or Truck ,Growing... Eighteen inch fall to city AtlaiiticCoast. State Chicago of, State Florida of Illinois and a, and resident Is over of of County general, Florida circulation in 0.040.\, *. 2''....

r ; -' .\ : Line i the age of tw.ntyone years; It Is WITNESS ,-hancl"an4 the seal of '
4itth.Make'your: home pay for itself. \. therefore ordered that said non-resU said Court at Klsslmmee. Florfda, this S -
.: lent defendant be- and Is hereby required the 17th day of September. A. D. 1917.'
StuudardJRiIr1oftdotihoSoutli to appear to the bill of com - J. L. OVERSTRJCET..
Apply VALLEY [. lr plaint filed In sJd cause-on or before Clerk Circuit Court Osceola CBounty, e-

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. = Dollar Limit StoreStock L'j

(Mrs. E, E. Wells, Editor)

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Request I'made to aU patron of Its Valley Gazette to lend items I '
i Sale
*f Society Events to the Editor for publication in these' colams.r 4; Reducing

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,",HooO'ooookt '+Oo in the military, examinations and 'securing Still On -
\ t 00 oQIf Going
-00 INFORMAL EVENING.. P.i the command as captain, over ,
hundreds of applicants is somethingworthy

f.1; *OOOOOoOO+O-OOH oQI is giving of in the this men great" and struggle.boys Florida. and will continue till Monday night '

Miss Adah C, Wagner entertained a Please be ready with' any' question '
number of her friends quite Inform will keep the work before us, and Holiday Hints
tl i Viy Monday evening! at her attractive li I' them be strictly informal but to ,,' 1 .
.' country home. Games,. music, and the '
point. Our Store crowded its
_)1 I making candy afforded the amusement Any stranger in the ,city is Invitedto For Her For Him was capa-

'.! for the evening. The guests were attend the meeting, and all incm-, .
"Misses Helen Base, Ella Mai'Gilbert, lets are urged to .be' pi'bsent.' i Toilet Articles .. Holiday Shaving Stands Smokers city all day last Saturday, and again

I, and Adah Louise Simpson, and Messrs. The Red Cross Christmas seals .will "' style Manicure Sets, C. & Sets, Pipes, Cigars and Cigars i.
t Prater Gilbert. Walter Bass, and C.. K. b l f! distributed at this meeting./ Monday with customers eager to
-t{ :Summers. MRS. (J. ,M., JR.), MINNIE MOORE- ] B. ,Sets Leather" Writing in Holiday packages ,

j OO+Oo o) WiLL ON, President.' 'I Pad, Candy Stationery, Military Brushes; Wallets,. buy. This is proof ,that we are, sel-
<00. 0) White Ivory Novelties Etc Card Case Purses Etc. I
:; ..0 M8'88c 8C MS 8s r9'4M"{8CS4C'I'RETTY "
the market
. ling below
-4. :. DANCING PARTY, <. ,
a aIi ,
.OoO.OOCo: e o a4aaaaooa a oacat ; For the Soldier

I The Fulechee Camp; ; }'Iretlrls/ were oo)

11 entertained Saturday evening by Miss Mrs. C. B. Elam-'very pleasantly Fountain' Pent, Safety Razors, Travelette Kits Thermos Just' a (,Few Prices:

?' (' : Dorothy WeJls at her home, on Mab- surprised little daughter Evelynm1fSn'Hri" Bottles Identification Wallets Etc.: '
'''' t rYtt :;,. ,'sictt.aattestaainrohonoauotrMiaet.lillar3'Fuller : / \ : ? '1) a1***** nnwnwt.; IU
rr; > \ r f.'t"-eV Mn'i''llltr] ti''h4rt1fdli'yforty. rrullMlne i SeaIf71Pictures elid1r Cft'CII: 6 a \ -IftF-fftT:fiTlniT1 *rr ;" ; 'J
Orlando.' Progressive" games About''f(1rtY.' young; frjencUVKIO ' " .orXm84Toys. ;-, \ O'' .el.,a .MRibb, .lender" Boys'' and G'Girls'r Un-. : y ,
Clforded amusement! for the !guests, Etc. Shirts worth today''
invited for the hours, from 7 to I t
t t nnd "Hooverized" refreshments were 0.SO, and epent the time in dancing.; 7Sc. Special Sat. ._, JMb Clan Suits Suit -' 43C ,t.
Th party celebrated Evelyn elev. .A .
Pleasure :To Show You What We Have. Nothing But Shirt.
the evening were Misses
Enjoying .
:nth birthday.'Ond she received a num- .
'Klen: Fuller, Muriel Prentla, Mary
A delicious ice
be-: of pretty gifts.
r Singletary, Lois Overstrect. 'Gladys Course was served to guests. Corner Ladles Silk Hose, La.d I e s' Handker5c
griffin: and Lillian Harris, Mrs C II. Drug; StoreRED .25c.
Summers, Mr*.'Wells, and Messrs. C. ..o+:oo. :, <..;..:.<":*,: II.. and Christie Summers and Bert < -.
'ti' Wells.V .' PRETTY BIRTIIDAY'PAttTY. '.> '
'. 00) oQIo CROSS SENDS. KNITTED I. The National War Council of '.the
o :-' :-:'<'X"M.H': :''''''' WOOLENS TO COMPANY B Young :Woman's Christian Association. We will have our Toys on display ready for-
l a ooaa )';" )-:-"'->'X"O' I -
Little Miss Geneva Robeison celebrated has its
.. put 'shoulder, along with the
. CYCLE TEA. v her seventh birthday with a de- This week the knitting departmentof i women of'this field, to the great work ,your Inspection next Wednesday. We have :('
ligl tful party at her home, on Mab- the Red Cross gent to the Kissimmeo of !the is
j-osponaibiUty-lrid meetingthe most
a 8 1 complete line all goods. Will A
a ,
. .... bette street, Saturday afternoon. The boys Company B, stationed'at new
:-:<<((+-: : :-: >-> reed in many of our large iodus-
The cycle tea given at the.<<\ Gray. little hostess entertained her guests Camp'Wheeler, Macon; Ga.,25 sleeve1 trial communities and in the cantonment pay to wait and see ours, B. 4. U. J3uy. I 1
.: ',' stone hotel Wednesday evening was a with merry games on the lawn from 1 less sweaters, 29 pairs of wristlets, centers, in helping to provide .
,, nearly 100 people. then invited into the diningroom'anl charge of Miss Lena Lord, who has a better centers for creation, added
'* Mrs. H, Wichtendahl, Mrs M. Katz, served with ire cream, cakes, fruit, corps of knitters assisting h r. means of employment, and is organize
r 'Tlrs. L. H. Ingram, and Miss Mildred and, nuts. The guests'presented! Gene Work of supplying these comfortsfor ing clubs for patriotic service. In the

f Tbrville were the hostesses, and they va with a number of pretty presents; ,our boys will be pushed as rapidly I cantonments at Atlanta, Charlotte, Columbia
epterTalnod ,th'elr guests in a charmingly The afternoon was concluded with en A.S the supply of wool will permit, lane, Greenville, Petersburg, ,and Dollar Limit Store J

f' Informal manner. auto fide about the. .city. a weekly shipment will be forwardedto I Spartanburg hostess-houses are under ,
1'f ", old-fashioned guessing contest At the party were Irene Ingram, the camp until all the Kissjmmeeboys I construction. These housed (which .
+ furnished diversion for the early even-il'rancea| Bailey, Wilhelmina Carson, ) are supplied. well may be called "houses of friend-

ing. genuine auction then was held, I Virginia Harris, Marion Singletary* A. movement was started this weektaki"g ..I li ess") offer friendliness to the sole Where Your Dimes Last Like Dollars
in which the groceries, dry goods, arid Al Lupfer Rogero, Helen Bell, Evelyn of ;; a silver offering on any occasion -J dier, his mother, his sister, his wife, rC.
Tiotiofis that had been donated by Kis- Paulk, John T. Lesley; Alvin! McCra- where refreshments are servedor or his sweetheart.New : .
V n simmee's generous merchants were nisi Mildred Llghtsey, Ruth Elizabeth club meetings are held. The money I centers have been opened at ..
sold to the highest bidder. The appearance Butler, Maynard Paulk, India Lesley, collected in this manner will be called Macon and Pensac la: Associations .
of (Sugar created'some com- Dorothy McCranie,Clara Sue Ledbet- the '"Company B sweater fund" and have been strengthened at Columbia, ., .
motion, and the first\ package sold net, Ur, Julia Ledbetter, Alta Ruth Over- : will be used to purchase wool for these Augusta, Atlanta, Charleston, and

ted a fabulous price. The sum received street, Katherine.Waring, Carolyn and garments., . ,. Norfolk. '
4 ,,from the auction and the silver Josephine! GrifTin, and Ethel and. Ruth ,' ,id'... F"fwiG4du'.' 'To'thiti'aouthAtlantip! \ /field<< 'havecorneJgreatrnumberliTofsoldiersHand ", ,'
.vfteringtotaled! f 31.:,.which! )goestinto Joiner" FlWj HillraTwell-kaown'resides; t of | ,;-1
Crtiietreasury msaensBMHf arcooseeflwasliintownlMondaWOMENTORCANIZElFOH\ h in ,* tt> -e .J.JI
; ; l .
ihdRedy K i otgirls1'and,; because of'it' our. espoj\\- .
.1 s '.1'11. The"hosteBse8-, served delle (Jus IIand KNIGHTS OF1I YTHIAS eibilityy ielthe greatest "' }'
n "t 'W ches-rr'and'punch'.il They were, 9P ELECT ..l' _The'You .
; "FOR1 ENSUING YEAR : "*m" >T>v>Jnw j i rw WORKtfv': ** g Woman V CnristlarrAssociaTion
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fed by a bevy of young ladies. '
: offers ttf every. girl what she w
Friendship Lodge., No. 10,. Knights (Continued' from Page One) needs-next. It Dost
w 4rrS<8S fi4)8bjr of Pythias, at their rcgSilar meeting l vironmont.To -_- .
,+,KISS1MMEE WOMAN'S CLUB. 00- Wednesday night! elected the follow- take man's place munition fac. ) COUNTY ROADS CONSIDEUED. BY Ttr
8S ing officers to serve for the term be- tories and in supporting: the family.To COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. ....
..' O 0680b608 C S4b44 d d< :00-0 4efi04 ginning Jan. 1: bear physical and ,mental strain' THE BIG,ONE WAS FED '
/ Chancellor Commander, Carson Farmer from overwork. (Continued from Page One)
'The: Klssimmee Woman's Club will ; vice chancellor, W; J. Steed; To face over-time work under the Jlilliard's island. He had no objection AVALON FARMS HOG-TONE

t) meet in regular session at the Harts prelate, J, M. Gardner; master of guise of patriotism.To to a gate. Mr. Sullivan stated -TA.LimU Hog C.*"...*. ....Fmtl.*.,mm4 Worm R._".,_ ,. !
,t Memorial on Tuesday, Dec. 11, at 3 work, Sam E. Gardner; masteratarms contend with false ideals of relationship that the proposed road is on the section -THE RUNT "WASNT
.. o'clock p. m. sharp. Verner R. Ellis; inner guard, occasioned by the presenceof
line and that he knows of law
no both started life at the time and
will be informal and same weight. They wen
The W.
meeting Si Strickland; outer guard, J. II. soldiers. THEY
:which calls for paying for a right; Of the same fee under the same conditions with one excep
rw "the subject will be' "War Activities Redditt; keeper of records and seal; There is here, too, an urgent need section line. As tion. The bin one got hit regulur doM of AVALON FARMS HOG-TONE--:
:and Necessities." created these conditions for hous- way on a no map was the Liquid Hog Tonic, Conditioner and F.ttener-.nd the runt didn't.The ,
j J. R. Gilbert; master of finance, J. D. ( by ) ..
available Commissioner E. L
It is with much pleasure that weir Jeffords: master of exchequer, 'C. L. ing the hundreds of gills who.'come to' D.jOver'street big one U the kind that tope market mlnate. th. worm that are the hoc fat l.. .
suggested that Commissioner J. '*and bring big profits to I he pocket er' greet foe to profit. Splendid for
; announce Captain Marion Carson will Bandy; delegates to the Grand Lodge/ th% new industrial"centers. Some of of the hog raiser The runt eot more to pregnant *ow*-help*to produce hralthralae -
K Hilliard inspect the route, as it is than he will ever bring in the rnarier. Hurdler Cora. in the aiore-
> be present and will answer any question (which meets ''in. Jacksonville in the tremendous questions which con- in his district and that'the matter be ket. Abd the difference wa brought tell,u*the Pie of -and we
;:: __tol'l&lr
about of
2a worth AVALON will
wnt glre
SN (so far as military rules will per. March), A. S. Gilbert, W. B. Craw- front us are: put off until the next meeting. This FARMS HOG-TONE. HOG-TONB treat all yo\ir hop 60 day*. YoudoaFt to
salt) on the needs of the present day ford, and F. C. Bryan, with T. J. What shall a !girl do with her leisure put new life into hog -make*them eat give u a penny now. If the reult e i
and fat
was. agreed to. more grow at an amailng rate the HOG-TONE treatment fail to
Tor'what is vital in the war situation Woodall, J. M. Gardner, and John S. time? after letter It help them to combat diaeaae and ell- fy you.Jt wUl coat you nothing -
( The board adjourned a
'i>nd what the womanhood of America Cadel as alternates.Mrs. How best shal we strengthen the
was read by the clerk from. the State FOR SALE' BY
\\b.'a .do toward helping our nation and ideals of our' girls and develop fine Road Department inviting the boardto
." ,our soldiers. Knowing Captain Carson George E. Macey of Orlando womanly character% Kor, as some and
month Central
a meeting next ,
always as "Marion," and in town spent the day with Miss Mattie Bandy have said, "as the country's womanhood which no action was taken. Drug Stpre: |
rld.1n having him "go over the top" this the manhood.
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I J :: ..: . :' ''i .. You Can Increase Your Prestige Our large stock of New- Shoes" in all the Latest Styles*

? I' and colors have arrived- and are .now on exhibition,

I4-* .. by transacting your financial affairs here. '
We have 'for
i i at\\ store. approval
\\ our your : :
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t. The people you come in contact with here aretworth knowing.

. / Queen" Quality Shoe Florsheim Shoes' .'
Many of them have already achieved: ,success, some ire well ',advanced. :.. a.

e but-there going I backward :' ' .. For Womem F Men }';
and others are just starting are none .-? ,
4 *. '. $5.00 to $10.00 $7.00 to $fJO.OO ,-

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,) t, : i It i it pretty good company for. any ambitious. body to seek,, .and. ,';'n;','I.eis(,'',:;{e ,. -7'. Shaft. for ChilJren.DOUGLASS.'.SHOES- 1 .oj 'jJ
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' s 4 your account will be welcomed, .even-though,small to begin with. .'*..<. ...,:. -.!, ..' :c ,, : .:
? , $2.50 to 4.00. $3.SO $8.50 .
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