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 14, 1917
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00833
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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CIRCUIT COURT ADJOURNED I. MASS MEETING RED CROSS MASS MEETING'




LAST WEEK--MANY CASES .1 .. WELL ATTENDED' DESPITE

A mass meeting' of the citizens'of Kisiminee is here,


by called to assemble) at the 'Band Stand, tomorrow, (Saturday ;


POSTPONED TO SPRING. TERM ) morning at 10 o'clock, to arrange for a Community THE'INCLEMENT WEATHER ; / ,, '

Christmas'Tree.
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A. S. Nelson, Ch'm CarUtma Tree Com. '

_tM.1..AfASES' AGAINST JIM HALL, WILL INTERESTING, ; MEETING HELD AT ,

) BASS ''BODY'OF HORACE BARKLEY. ,DRAWDY AND DENVER ------------ ---- ------:- --------

I CHARGED WITH ARSON, POST: LAID-TO....-REST'. SUNDAY Question ires To Be Mailed Dec. 15 I DEPT. GOOD SPEECHES DELIVERED

..POHEDTILL SPRING',TERM' AND The, body of Horace J. B'\rkleywa l Dec. 8, 1917. BY;,\ LOCAL ,MEN- TREASURER

'shipped here from the base hospital Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette, '
BONDS FIXED AT $5000 EACH. < Wheeler for burial.A Registrant upon- receiving Questionnaires which such duty Is to be performed or Kinlmmee Fla., KATZ REPORTS FINANCEER. B '
Saturday ,
Camp are required fill them out the beginning'of the running of the
.- large concourse of friends and relatives Dear SirsHaving BADLY NEEDED.
and return to the Local Board, within time within which such duty must be '
The grand jury adjoumed'on Mon. gathered at J. W. Thompson's! been for several years 'a "'--
seven days. Attorneys Milton Pledger, performed or such right or privilege
lay, having brought' in the following undertaking parlors Sunday afternoonat W. B. Crawford and G. F. Kribbs have may be claimed, regardless of whetheror resident of Kissimmee, I felt that it In spite of the'extreme cold that 1 "
.true bills: 3:30: Ito honor the memory of Osce will interest,many of my friends and
been appointed' to assist the regis-. not a mailed notice or questionnaireis prevailed Sunday night the Red Crossmass *
Jim Hall and L// B. Drawdy, charged ola's first; young man who'had.. made school l chums to ,know that I have
; tranta in filling out' questionnaires ,, received by the ,registrantor meeting held at; the Casino was-
'with burning a building with intent to the "supreme sacrifice." Rev. 0., B., heard the call of Uncle Sam and am addition
i and any one who does not understandhow other person. well attended and resulted in the
.defraud Falls funeral service at at present in training at Madison Bar
an insurance company. preached a ,
it should be' done should apply. to Failure by any registrant to per. of some new members to' tae
,Jim Hall Denver Bass and Will the cemetery. I racks. N. Y. I enlisted on Oct. 8, and
these' gentlemen for,,assistance. form.an1 duty, prescribed by the >elective -> Chapter ,and in a pledged monthly
Vrawdy,.charged with arson. Messrs., Howard Katz, former'api" : after a, wek's training at Ft. Seriv- .
I" The following notice will 1-be mailed Service'Law or'by these Rules support of thirty dollare.Tbrrzleeoratioat .
_....:4soas'yyltl:> ;te:Johnson sriehargedraowith taut ompa\'lY.JfJJ:; \' :,3ienryrALMakin'eon ; f.t enrwCa./was sent here.. Madison Bar- ,...
; a 'f l'tm'Ii'ftt'Wtttfh6\'qu..ttonli! :! \ : and dtegulationrrxtur* \wtthtmth: n o .:: hax'stag0lror: ; y'unueually
.breaking. and.entering. Joe E. Johnson, W. J. Steed' A. F. I naire beginning'Dec.1&Important :',. I III required, is a misdemeanor punishableby j. k"if"t*l east. i share of like'0,7, striking; Flags of our allies ., "

L. D. .Pruett, embezzlement.' : Smith and Lawrence' Tress; all at onetime Notice. to Registrants, Un-1 imprisonment" of'one year and,may tario,'"and.is a "rather -cold place in alternated+ 'with the Star and' ......, i''. f'
Arthur member of the''company acted II winter. There are several boys here
Three indictments against wa. '
der Jurisdiction thin Local Board result in loss of valuable rights and Stripe though prominence givento
''Wills one for breaking and entering, as pall bearers .and, Mr. Smith blew I 'Whose Order Number are Between immediate Induction'of such regis from Tampa, Ocala, and I'believe one the Red Cross motif. Young ladies, '

"ODe .for aggravated assault, and ,one taps over the grave.Tbe' I No. 1 and No. ?7.;inclusive. trant Into military service. other from Kissimmee.,, We are .all I dressed a* Red. Cross nurses, acted a. .a '.
'fr tesl ting officer. deceased was' the son of Mr. becoming .accustomed to, the cold ,
an
There has this day been mailed to 'Failure of the registrant or any ushers.A ;

O. 'T. Thompson, obtaining money and Mrs J. A. Barclay and was bomand..ralaed' 'you a questionnaire which iou are required other person concerned to claim and weather. I Mven-plec orchestra supplied!
their ,farm about six It is believed that we will be sent to '
'under false pretenses. on by.law,to execute and return exercise any right or: privilege on the the music and a chorus choir sang the
miles of Kissimmee. He volunteered France in a month or so, and there is
east
'", D.. D. Tilden, obtaining moneys un.dertalse'pretens within seven days from date hereof. day"or within the time authorized by national) anthem and other appropr: \-
for service in Company B but also a rumor that we will go to Jax. '
k' ,- s. .. Failure to -do so constitutes 'a misdemeanor these rules and regulations hall be ate songs.
Hose Barnes Tom Battle and Rob- was rejected. Later he was taken in for further training: Of course these
R punishable by not exceeding considered a waiver of, such right or ,Seated on the stag were Mayor
the draft from east are only rumors and no one knows SOT
.ert Gardner' larceny of cattle and the an coast county. one year1 imprisonment; and such privilege, and shall foreclose such person Cadel, ::chairman of the :Red Croa*.

"wanton and willful killing.of an ani- and was transferred to Company B. failure may also deprive you of valuable from thereafter claiming the certain. Most of us would prefer Jax. Chapter; 1C.: Katz, treasurers; Mr*. ,B.
Hi death caused by until spring at least. We are gettingsome .
I L r imaI.t' was pneu '
rights and result in your Immediate same, subjee only to the privilege B. Simpson; viee-chairmaa; ex-Sena
monia. rather hard 'drill-work, but we :
t' John Gadsden, assault with intente induction into military" service. granted by these rules and regulationsto tor, C. Ar Carson, and Dr.W.Wlthe..poon B,
think of and cheer This
The loss of this young man who wasserving payday up.t : "
rape. and trial by court-martial. apply for an extension of time. who were the speaker "
his I ]loss the life is making husky men'of all
army
country a to
A number other easel wra considered Date
Saturday December 15th, 1917. All registrants and other persona of the evening: it

by the grand jury, but In which entire community.'. ..' J' L Overstreet, Member of Local are required and strictly enjoined to of uaNearl in weight., ,every" one- has Increased : ''Chairman Cadel called the meeting1

Imo true bills) were found. Board. examine from time to time said notice I to order and stated that a*.no'pnblle
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San Name As Big Fish in Sea. Form "' Local Thanking you everyone for put favors I meeting bad ,been held since-.the ''organizatlon"
( .1002)), so posted "by.
asked 22 MORE ,YOUNG and assuring you of tny'est: .
When the state's attorney MENJOIN '.
p Board, and the classification list it; would be timely to review
,Notice to Public and to Registrants.Any wishes.,. I remain'as ever your friend
:Arthur; Wills colored, and charged the work accomplished the
pe..on'desiring''' to claim a 'de- (Form 1000)) upon which said dates and school chum, by ,. "
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.KJ with 'breaking and' entering, aggravated THE COLORSThat erred 'classification by either Loa' are'to' be entered, in order to be informed LOYAL L. LANE, .Chapter.
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assault, and resisting an gtii'cer !! in of the ,time for the perform'' D.: G. Wagner was appointed a* r
or Distriet.Board on any ground respect Supply Co., Q. M. C. 307.:,
< ), the prisoner answered in such secretary torn and took his seat.,
ance, of any duty or the exercise f pro ,
of' registrant designated Madison' Barracks N. Y.
M' j: way that Mr."Jones could not ,tell Kissimmee's young men are any within day from any right or privilege; and it is the ,. i The name of Mrs?* B. B. Simpson
herein
f ''whether he said "Wills" or "Wales. not among the slackers was shown this the date may hereof, and seven not later, submit, duty, of every registrant ;concerning j was_proposed vice-chairman. of the

r ...,' ( Judge Perkins and Sheriff Ingram week when twenty-two volunteered fot such claim to this local board accompanied whom any notice is potted, but who for SCHOOL ORCHESTRA Chapter' to fill the vacancy caused by

f-n enled< their hands, but without service! in some department of. the U. affidavit. evidence sore reason has not received the questionnaire the jesignatlon of Mr*. Wad, Tucker. .

r'" ..Success.. One; thing the;prisoner': was !$:I.'A.. ITJ e' 'went from here to Jack by such as ' of notice, as the case maybe Mr*. Simpson had been elected for
desire, to have
uch con
.. certain of,.and that was that his name sonville for the- physical examinationand sidered., person- may- to apply to his Local Board,for a DOING, GOOD WORK\ : the position at a meeting of the executive .

was not TWills. The judge an- from there ,. ' was'"ratified
they go to Camp Such claims either by, a resident or copy thereof. Failure to receive'no. board and this by
-nouneed there 'was no' indictment Screven, Ga. tice questionnaire will not excuse the general meeting.
another In of return'o"fii'etor';
registrant
by respect ,any -
::against the prisoner if his name waanot'Willst' Those whose names were added toOsceola' the registrant from performing; any The R., DeWitt Fjnandal Report. 9
be submitted either by entering .
: and $the proceedings came .. honor roll are: may in luty within the time! limit,nor shall Brown last week marked the begin. M. Kate was asked for a treasurer.

to a halt.., Albert E. Bearden,,. ChristopherA. the the first same sheet, of the the place registrant's providedon 'it be in itself ground for extension of ning of the season for the High school report"and,gave an itemized; accountof

Finally the man said his'name.was Long Clarence M. Barber William ,, ', "j. ". "" .. orchestra and weekly rehearsals have
: : : fund received'and by
time ; all disbursed
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questionnaire or : by submitting such \0. ,,I'H,_I, s.rf.t ,' <.\ti't,,i*( .dis'' , /
s' the same "as debig?!fish in de, sea." R.: Prentis! ,' SamW.; ',Prather, Bemory this Twenty-seven: 'questionnaires will be already_ begun. him since'the report published 'In a'
board n'a duplicate ;
"The
.I', 'laughed. The-prisoner pleaded, guilty J. Nelson, Gary C. Brown; ohn :Wilder it is desired to submit affidavit evidence ., completed.. years ago when Mr. Brown recognized of laughter'.passed over the audience a
and was, sent back to the County William J. Westervelt BenjaminF. : the musical talent of our young
he
contained in the registrant's Dated December 15th, 1917 as completed his report with the:
'Court, where he received a sentence of Cobb? Jr., John H. Cobb, Charlie such affidavits must be J. L. Overstreet, people and crystallized it Into'thl.. remark "Balance 'on! hand, $137.30.
questionnaire,
one( year on the county roads. Evans, George L. Ivey. of the same size as Member pf, Local Board. splendid; organization The members, This pay all bills to the first of December ., ?
t. The case against Randolph Young, The above men volunteered in the prepared on paper with the exception of Mr. Brown and except for $190 'which ;

. The cases against Walter Tracy, Aviation section of the Signal Corps. the questionnaire, and1 should be responsive ( his wife, are enrolled in the Kissimmee, stand "against the one organization., At
asked the
; embezzlement, wah nolle prossed. George S. Keeth and Benjamin T, to the questions the of NEW BOOKS RECEIVED AT schools or are graduates from the Os- thi* point the meeting was 'interrupt., raj; , wed

''-James: :Prescott, and Forrest Hart Slates volunteered in the Quartermaster registrant respecting ground division: of HART MEMORIAL LIBRARYThe ceola county high school, and conscientious to receive a donation of $100 which '
such claim in the pertinent
were continued for the term. Corps of the R. A. work on the part .of the pupil restored 'the balance in the treasuryto dk

1- The {State was trying to go ahead John E. Clark volunteered in Infan the Section questionnaire.7 of the Selective Service Hart Memorial Library is In secures him a "credit" at the closeof the proper side. '

'with the! case against John! Gadsdenon try Reg. A. receipt of a gift of books from' Wm. the term. Dr*Witherapoon.
Thursday, but, in the absence of an Frank )McGrift volunteered as stevedore Regulations provides: The duty of the orchestra 'is to fur- :e
The of examination and selection M. Bowron, a winter resident the Dr. W, B. Witherspoon, Who was "
E t important witness, it was uncertain if ,' N. A. process nish music for school functions thoughit '
.. of registrants, under these city, which included "The Broad Highway Introduced, as "one of the' hardest .
anything could be done. Lemon E. lied rick volunteered in rules and regulations/ shall begin by ," by Jeffrey Farnal, "Stanton'aManual has been generous enough to playon worker for the Red Cross society .u
other occasions. While of
The case against Bob Evans is set Engineer Corps. the of notice in the offices of of Butterflies and Moths," and many and one who had collected most of the
for today.' That of the State vs. John Joe E. Johnson volunteered in 23 posting the musicians are young the music
the Local Boards on Form 1002, and two volumes of "Fruit and Bread" by sum donated. here for. the war fund
9 C. Farley. bigamy, is set for tom r. Reg. Engineers, and will,be stationedat questionnaire' (Form Schlickeysen. Vtil, rendered by them is remarkably good drive made several months'* ago' andas
mailing
'' by a and they always heard with
row. Ft. Meade, Md. to registrant!! included Other new books purchased by the' are pleas he came forward In response,to hj.
1001))
t k The, criminal cases against It. A.a' John C. Schmidt\ volunteered in the within such every posted notice as provided library fund are ure. name he was greeted,with rousing ap; : ''
Bishop were continued for the term. Medical Corps but failed to ex Beginning' this year the personneland .
:
k pass in section 92 hereof and notice of "Riders of the"Purple, Sage, Zane plause. His address was a stirring:
t The civil of Winona Hatter amination. ; instrumentation are: Misses
cases and endorsed i ison's
Grey -" one he President Wil
i (formerly Winona Allen) vs. C. H: H. C. Collins, United States Recruit every subsequent action taken by either and the English Prince*,Katherine( Carr, Mary Tiler| Adah C.Wa"8irerri to''Congr'ess' in
"England
the Local or District Board in respect message no .uncertain
!+ Hall et al. and Josephine E. Klrkpat- ing officer, who had been stationed at Collier. ; "d4enry:! Edwards, Clifford terms. He confined his ,

T .rick 'vs. City of Kissimmee were continued Kissimmee for several weeks, states of each registrant shall be given "The Rainbow? ,Trail," ZaneGray.. Lester, Frank heed;;.>w*: h Sears, and chiefly to mission of the Red remarks
entering minute date of such '"
v for the term. that the Cavalry Department open by a or "When Patty Went to College" Jean Clyde Harris, violins; Mssv{ use Cross which he said 'was' "the'' silver '
action the classification list (Form
a.a
The case of S. B. Aultman vs. the to young men from 18 to 21 and'from on Webster. Thomason, viola; Mrs. Brown ; I lining i -4h4vyarjClpud..'! .Those.er _
00)) in the office of the local board,
i & A..:' C. L. R. R. Co. was concluded the 31 to 40. "Janice'Day," Helen Beech Long. Miss Lucy Buckles, cello; Murray closed by urging 'ge'nera.
a more
and in addition to such entries, by
Overstreet, bass Mrs. Mae Ellis, Elmo
latter part of the week before last, the '' ;
,-. - mailing-to-the registranVand-in-some ,_. .T'LM.to''! Maid&.SchooLiayi. supportjof Jhecuse: ,.. *__ .
Griffin 'Walter .
.:: jury bringing in a verdict Iii favor RED CROSS AUXILIARYORGANIZED Katherine Stokes. I' ; cornetr Bass"trom- Mr.
cases to other claimants, a notice. of I bone Charlie Regero and Eddie Han- Capon. C
:Mr.: Aultman and awarding him the AT NARCOOSSEE: ; Ex-Senator A..5-anon!
"The Eire Girls C.
Camp at Long : 'the
such action. I was uz ,
sell clarinet Bert Wells French horn; y
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t Hum of $402.92 and the costs of the ,
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Lake" Jane L. Stewart. next speaker. MrjZarson is always. p"
Whenever a duty Is to be performed a +
Mrs. B. B. Simpson, vicechairmanof Miss Muriel Prentis, bells and traps; ,
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"Little Sir Galahad, Phoebe Gray. favorite with Kissimmee audiences
suit.The period of time begins to run withIn ,
the Red Cross Chapter and Miss or a Miss Gussie Wlnn,
piano.
State Janie McNeil
vs.; on appeal 1 '
but he has seldom
been heard -
which duty is to be performed to better *
!Anne any
Bryan Carson chairman of the
also was tried, the court b'ffirm- by such registrant, or within RED CROSS CHRISTMAS SEALS' 1 OSCEOLA advantage than on this evening.While .
." ing the decision of the lower court membership department, motored'to any WILL SEND, BIG
I he spoke for hour
1 which right or privilege may be r nearly" an ,
Nat' Wednesday and organizedan any
oossee DELEGATION TO F. E. ASSO.
.Janie, who was convicted of selling
F auxiliary to the Kissimmeg Chapter. claimed\ exercised by or in respectof The' Kissimmee stores where RedCross every word was to the point and every .,. !
I whisky, was sentenced to pay a $200 notice of the Christmas seals be I sentence carried a concise fact., \\J '
such registrant, a ,. may bought
any Superintendent C, );. Yowell states
Tt fine or languish, six months in jail.
He reviewed the 'work of Red
4t' Lula Williams pleaded guilty of i Mrs.' C. ,E.. Buckley was elected as day upon,which, such duty is to be per. are: that Osceola county will be well represented the a
formed such time .begins to run, Wenner-Sawyer Book Store. Cross, beginning with the organization '
or.
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larceny and pajd her fine of president with L. E. Voorhees treasi at the annual meeting of theFlorida ,1
'.$200.grand urer. Mrs. F. W. Hill was appointed shall be mailed to the registrant, and W E. Sanderson Co. .Educational Association which of the national society, and ,read

!' the date of such mailing of notice Dollar Limit Store. / from the proclamation ex-President,
of committee for December
s ;Jlall-Drawdy: Fire. Case'Continued. chairman a purchas- will convene at Daytona, !'
i l: rug supplies. shall)) be entered opposite the name,of O eola'Pharmacy.. 26 in a four days': session. Taft,' issued in office, Jim Hall and Denver Bass were rreigned -
i "The American National Red Cross Y
J. such registrant on the classification Central Drug Store. ,
Sixteen members joined the auxil- The county school board realizes the r v
in court Monday'after.- ,
. .," on list (Form 1000)) which is always open Corner Drug Store. Society is ,the only volunteer society r t
. ift2P, Won and.State's Attorney Joseph H. ;Jary at this meeting and Mr. Vqor- importance of these meetingsrand
, '- TJones!: announced that the State was hees made a donation of' $50 to the to; inspection by the public at the of-' Mrs. A. Tress. voted to', allow eveery' teacher attend. now authorized by this govemment'torender ,
,
aid to its land and naval forteav
t : with the However treasury in addition, to the gift of.$100 Ace of the Local Board. In addition to f.'redSo Gilbert. lug them six dollars toward the expense
ready to proceed, case. he had made to the Kissimmee chap the mailing of such notice to registrants Katz Dry Goods, Co. of the trip., Already twenty- in time of war and any other society M
of Tam-
Palmer
Colonel
b Thomas
desiring to'render similar .
i, ter., notice of the disposition of six Lave expressed their intention of assistance't h

"--pa rfa1P@l ; .counsel,'objected to goingon claims made byother person 'in 'respect1 The ,Central Drug Store ha ,announced taking advantage of the offer and can do so only through,-the American f' ;

with the-cale, on the grand that he : M. Stratman and 'wife, of Washing. : of registrants shall be mailedto that. it will donate ten percent teachers of the rural districts several National) Red Cross."

i .. "had a:previous engagement, in Tampa ton, Pa.; A., E. Knight, of Columbus, : such other persons. Either ,the of its cash sales, Saturday-De" have not been heard from."Supt.:Yow It was; Mr.: Carson, said, the only
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"f this week and another tn Jacksonville I 0., and Mr*. W. Earle Sayce, of New mailing of such notice or the entry of I cember 15, to the Red Cross chapter. ell expects the delegation from this philanthropic ,,society that: had beek

t "7>ext weekv Furthermore, Sheriff. !,- I ark, 0.'who'arp. spending the winterat any such date in the classification list I There are no strings on this offer. county. to number thirty, at least and granted a charter,by,Congress.. ,TW.

'gram stated that Will Drawdy, one of Kissimmee, motored to Tampa yea.terday shall constitute the giving of noticeto 1 Mr., Brown say he will) just give ten a credit to the class. president of the United States .. '
.
t a the defendant, was lying sick in bed and spent' the day, sight-see. the registrant and to all concerned, cents on every'dollar's'worth be'sells ( president of the'aoclet, and
. ".;;at St. Cloud and up to that time' had ing.' They were guest at the Olive.- and shall charge the registrant. and all ,:for cash tomorrow, to this patriotic School close next,Friday, December .of hi Ja cabinet ,are on it*' advisory " '

i ) ?' .(Continued -on Pag4.; -), Tampa ,Tribune, Sunday, concerned with notice of,the day upon service. I 21st, for two weeks' vacation (.Continued on pg 4) .*".,, .

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: 't TWO tit L, Tld KISSIMMEE VALLEY FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1917 .



_ t I{ }I]f Florida's: Sweet Potato Shortage I It LETTER FROM GO. B -- w,


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1' .T/be sweet-potato shortage I in Flor- trash and string as he can buy from Co. B, 124th Rep., Camp Wheeler, Ga. The Past of the Citrus Industry I ( '/

.' "Ma is very serious this year. In spiteof suriouding farmers. At planting time Sunday.We .

the greatly increased planting, the his, supply becomes exhausted, and he As Indication of Its Future
winder how the weather is an
1. ,crop may not be enough to supply fills orders with vines collected' from {

the people of the State through, the anywhere, 'with no questions, asked as down in God' country. It 'fs. very It is fortunate that the citrus industry of Florida has a past which may be 1
'winter. In tho penlnoula, where the to their origin. cold up here. Last night (Saturday]) studied. There is a great deal of difference between a "going business which I .
.shortage is most noticeable, tho {Indications Last spring, under the stimulus of \vfcg the coldest night we have yet ex. has been in existence for years, and one which yet is to be established. Orange, t j

t are that the sweet potato will increased food production, there was pll'l ncea. The cold wind blew all)! and grapefruit growing in Florida are known quantities. .i .

f 1be available for only a short time and an unusually heavy demand for slips.. night and this morning the groundwas d At tho last meeting; of the State liefMr.. Skinner's figures showed five
In several of the and and frozen and ice everywhere This! tlculturnl Society, Air. L. B. Skinner, years' f. o. h. average of, $1.6117 per i
,
t :.at high prices. central vines, anything bearing a po oucccbbful Lanker, business man citrus box. lie estimated l cost of production
J and southern counties sweet poP tato leaf was planted' out. The resultcan Is one time that we appreciate, our J grower and manufacturer, who frankly ag fifty cents and the cost Of marketingsays ; J I''J I
t ,tntops are now being shipped In from bo'( seen in the thousands. acres! ovrcoats and all other clothes,, 'we he has made his: money from citrus as .C3U, or a'total' cost of $1.J33, /!avu-.g I
distant parts of, tho ''State, and thus of sweet potatoes this year yieldingless ] / could get'on, but today! the Bun jg I presented figures showing tho returns a net profit of .431. per box. Taking
l to of landing\ market the low figure of 160 boxes per acre as i (
growers a
than shining and the cold wind continues to '
Into regions formerly large pioducers twenty busiiefi: per acre of ]
would net of f
this
:at Ing agency for a period(\ of five years, the' yield give a !
t ./ of this crop. I marketable potatoes. i blow. O,. you tonight! Think of. ne i some good years und some bad ones. 74.21 per acre, -average! returns'' t 4. ", :

: ':t\\ing to quarantine icgulalionsKovernlng I Another, cause: of the sweet.p tn'to In t\ntsl! Well,. thin is part of mir j .;.1
] the shipment of 'sweet. poI shortage Is late planting. Year,; after life and is pleasant, no douttf to w'l.it: ;iii What Other Crop Averages $$75.C9 JSS.OO '

I trtqes in the State, to prevent the year a considerable area is planted our future will be, no we Are satisfied ." . ;i Per Acre Through Good Years and Bad Ones? '' '
spread! of sweet potnto( weevil, there with sweet potatoes during late ,July because we represent .Jis, 1nmec",. the ... '.V 'I,.
I 'is i little'possibility! of the condition being '- ,anti| I Ida Citrus Kxthange, also Cot) nnd the nvriago: net i roftt from) ,
I o con'fixative j
relieved from adjoining+ / States. parts of the Slate a fair crop run .be hearts of gold. We love( aid, ,honor' uiiilciuan, flare statistics of: 'another three to three: and u half millmtlc.. f
.': If this.condition, were entirely new obtained from late plantl./1l/-p1'ovi/ : 'the people of Kissimmee, and will l+ citrus mnrkcting or;unizatloi\ lioirn I an industry that''hns done no .
"' this year, there miglu be> some Iowa weather!: i conditfns in the autumn art u them, more as we'jotnnew> olir: o pl. The net profits were! >r:1'eato1'-obout 1111.1..1fur.\ a State er\o lt< have its --
dation the the sea which of dc.n'tkn -=_ $(f:;,,((10 per ucre. Dr. Ross emphasized futuic favorably! icrurili'd' Is there
; in claims that the shoitageAlue very favorable, course; w J '
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the fact, that Ave,&. i-:'\im \ wore: renot umple) } fOIn1t.t'on'! :. for: our great e
.J : to the unfavorable weather( ; but\ l'lan'Your'' XH Crop "(J'\;:" w \vien! this journey will\ tort and' . = ,due vl1)v) ;:.the fruit of ootjy) Kept'groven.! "' fi.ih(} in,the nevus: 'business. of KlaiidufTint !
'the, facts ,uvb;that this condition 'has. The: sweet. potato cnvi: i bo made.?, animportant d ipn't, care. We are ready t t> go anytime ''- 'ihete' hasLecm..no joaf for u long: 'artful(: student ef the.figures! must ---
'licon getting more,, and 'l.iore'ucute crop It'Floridq! ] Improved ,' , : timf in which the (citrus crop of Florida inevitably! was! li, than 5,000,000 bogies. The IAVwe hc-thai, .in the fn-ctions whereiMlius
methods of and Rome of us were' late, in ariJrlng at
for number pf
a 'years: and tins/! attained storage marketing npw
= eroot'r!! the ten year ]1.el'lo,1 l ending culture in snfe''and on lands
climax tills when the make it possible to ship ]large otliantl-! camp last Monday, especially' those ''f 0
a vcar. =y with Krt-17: ; was over C.WO.QOO( boxes ndapbcd: to i it there t. no' other money
'Crop was most needed Unless] farm- ties into Northern maIeU.-: Fust oi who came{ over the Dixie Fiver] It a the average i gloss return must htwo: crop> equal] to orunpes: and grapefruit. j'

ors give mora attention this all, however Florida should was two hours late, but there was
I tq crop, produce Is"our:new catalog in your! hands If not, ask for copy-free.SlK. .
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the enough for her nothing said to us. 1
sweet potato noon will .become own. fJl'oJle-a thing 1,
a a inrky in Florida markets: In view of she has not done for many years. We wish to ,say that we appreciatedthe Buckeye Nurseries '
,...::- ... ..... fitferoG feTr rogtF1lS' ; kindness shown us while there, r 6s-v< .
thutxmly a gertralsegeetlttt' '!IIL :, : : .!trllant.! the: o r i.Qp".l.Qi: : .
Citizens Florida .
...... sweet next yearjn't this tome and elioihf.ot : 1Hnliy n r R frti;tdhtlr-eRorts.";'IN- :umn : 1131 Bank'BJdg.. Tampa, ,
potato wax extensively!
grown. i ""r"'+, "i.._...+......r..G.-,; . IJC. GILJ.JIrt;
1? ,:und an abundant yield' obtained, {he tain their seed from their own /fieldsat making our stay pleasant; We will ......_ -,--- jl"""..

present condition reflects discredit on digging time. Select the productive ' always love] .them, and will love them 1 nLrl1

+ some of the most common practices lulls, containing goodly numberof more when we are in France. We
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The main causes of'the present, condition even-sized potatoes of marketable never enjoyed a short stay so much t

{ are two I grade. Store these seed potatoes sep is we:did the three days' furlough

,1.; Planting poor seed. arately and under no conditions sell that we have just enjoyed, and can t ) It. i n4

2. Late planting. this selected seed. Farmers who allow only hope that) we will get another 4

fi1 ys Inspection of any sweetpot&to.tleld: the present high prices to tempt furlough Xmas. If we -do, look for us. I l ly

Bt digging time reveals tho fact that them to sell themselves short of seed We spent last Xmas on the Mexican

x .a large percentage of hills consist almost will seriously regret this step when border at Loredo, Texas. We: can't

t entirely of strings and that only they dig their next crop. say that we enjoyed ourselves, but I
.. small If are compelled to iade the best of it; but we would be 1 C S aYtr i
i percentage of hills contain you buy slips or S I
I IVIVIIIIIIIIIIId I IIiIuIII
f goodly number of evensized'potatoes' vines next year insist that they be ofa glad to be in Kissimmee this Xmas, ; C. "

of marketable grade. The usual custom productive strain;properly selected, and the chances' are we will. UIliIGB ')
of saving the strings for next and under no condition, buy either Wei went on the range Tuesday,

-year's seed results In'a definite selec- slips, vines, or potatoes unless they.. fired fifteen shots each. All made

1.", .tion from .the. unproductive hills, as bear the inspection tags of the State good marks. I.
these are the only ones contributing Plant Board. Promotions from Co. B are: Sergeants I,

V 'to the seed pile. This method resultsIn ;Make your arrangements for, slips I Roy Graves, R-I'I': Tlipmas: t

3e : the development of a strain 'yielding or vines in season, td be assured of I Bill Ashton, ,James CH'vcr: and Garfield -

only strings, nnd'it is to this con- I the supply at the proper time for Regan. i p- -- .

'ditton that.our varieties in the FlorIda i planting. In these days of food short Corporals, Best, butler IT: i. jJul.e!: -.. '. -. -- --- ._._-, --, -- ..-,-- - -- ,,-, --- -- .
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:, peninsula have been reduced age, do not; stake your sweetpotatocrop Louclous Lanier, E. L.: Campbell, Iu FLOHI1JA CANE SYRUP GOODIES. and deadly flame. He will endure-all : Drives OutMalsrlaBuilds" Up System

A' As if this were not enough, the in a bet on the weather. pont, Carl Glattli, Anderson Woodall, tne terrors of modern battle; That's The Old Standard trend atrencthralni tonic' '-I J
} farmers Keep in touch with'your Rouse, Frazier,. Watson, and. Yar- . Peanut Bridle. GROVH'8: TASTKLKSa chillTONlC.driVeaoiil
find his
usually that they did not county'sagricultural bit. Your bit, perhaps, Is to save )lalaria.enrlcheaUiebload.aDdballdanpth. ..,..-
make adequate! provision for seed and agent and obtain his assistance borough. The sergeants are all in 2 cups Florida cane syrup, 2 table. one'slice of bread a day in order !that lea A true tonic. Poe.dulte.ad children. tot

'they run short of slips or 'vines at in producing a bumper crop school, some on one occasion and spoonfuls vinegar % to 1 cup shelled, he may not fight in vain.

'planting time. Vines are therfore obtained I next year. Do not be afraid of producing some on another' and they will tench roasted peanuts ...
from the old field of the previous a surplus. If there is more the company what they have learned. Shell the,.nuts and put in a greased ,

'l year, from the neighbor' trash' than enough'fQr local consumption, remember Serg't Edd C. Roberts has been an.Boil Drop Us a Card.

pile or' even (tin some parts of the that by proper"storage methods I attached to the Quartermaster Corps. the cane syrup and vinegar, until EYEIrr I As ?'
'" "State) from areas of wild potatoes.The sweet potatoes can; be shipped to lie Is one of the chief electricians : a drop hardens when poured in cold MARRIED PAiR FOR PRICES' ON

results of continuous -planting of distant States that now are calling in assists In controlling the lights at water. Be Careful not to scorch, but BUY TrtElTR.

this class'of: seed. can be ,seen in the vain for them. .Camp Wheeler and Re Mount. lie hasa It not cooked enough it will never be MEATS WITHUTMOSTCARt .' i Sweeping Compound

8elde! t.1.1.'i y ,!. ;'r,,,tiw\ ,,. .,l! I' { j Kk{ ,! tY/, i; :: SAMUEL C,-npo ,;A,1\r., motorcycle and can be seen riding battle.Pour: over,':nuts. ..Let ."stand. Sv \ ... j
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; Many farmers' depend on buying peciatpeelstant'! in: llorticulturei'of?! \ "romVonej">; section'! !of 1*the camp,-1[*to':in" 1 1olher until ld.IY' 'tJ fl s: *'* '2 i,;;. I ' ; ,. I. ..''L
-' 'slips r vines from some tlnited tatee"Department of tAgr11 t mQstmillim 1flU.T-regretjtoosejthelSergeantyfandTheXdidn'tl Another candy ay be made 'by "
hi H Plan g row The GoretDsInfectanf.Co : ':,if. j
_er,*but pay,no attention*to the rigin culture, . , ..!iA"w!!,\ l ;+ like making this brltt every th n omitj ifl4t ) ( ;,
1 of this'mat rial. As a rule; the grower ><< the' Idea'of'going]*but'it was orders tinj1the.nutA! ifone, illhe Wh n' ,":r'SSwa "lII! fe5W'r-.wrA\teer[ ?',*;f,' 4

;, ; makes no attempt to select the seed The Quinine That Does Not Affect the NeedIsecauseotfs from Major Sheldon, of the Quarter the brittle is cold enough cut jn ORLANDO FLA. 44-ti r
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tonic
< sad laxative ,
from productive strains, but beds out'all 'i f I TIVK BROMO UUININJUabelterthaa: effect o tAXAi diaat'J'Ollinla. -' master Corps, and. we are. taught to squares.. When thoroughly cold and
.. YOU SHOULD MAKE CERTAIN:
of his crop together with such 'I I 1 ringing In and head.doea Remember.not. cause. the nervouaneai full name and nor obey. hard dip in chocolate which has been I
look for the snsture. of K. w. GROVE. 3oc Serg't Roberts-has a sweater that melted over hot water. Either sweet THAT YOUR HOME, ,f

Mrs. Ingram pave him ami he ap- or bitter chocolate] may be used, I K SoreMuscles ..
il BBi preciates it beyond expression, and !ording to one's preference. aC'1 sweet home, is properly commissar I

we are glad to know the ladies. are Yellow Jack. led with our choice meats. Love, Stiff Joints '1

Osceola sending us one. To 1 quart syrup which has boiled I peace and cententment' dwell in the .

Hardware Co. With best wishes to the good people -' for 30 minutes add one-half teaspoon- home where the proper meals are Sprains .

of Kissimmec, we are, 'ul soda: in which there are no lumps Served. Let us with
serve
you our
COMPANY B. "tir constantly so it will not bum.

I Located on Kissil11111Ce'Sp ,When it reaches the hard ]ball 'stage, meats. 1
remove from fire. When cool enough. :
BUSIEST CORNER HELP THE KIDNEYS.. pull] until it is a light yellow. Chopped I'.a TrA il ,.

peanuts or pecans, peppermint or PAIN
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We are showing some delicate and beautiful vissinimee\: Readers Are Learning The other flavoring, may be put in just before : aivfs
.-to '\'ay- removing from fire j
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It's the little kidney ills- )Popcorn Hall*. J
Japanese Ware ''
t.. The lame, weak or nchingJ>aclt.- ''a. cup cane syrup, 1 tubto poonCul .
The unnotieedAMfwMir/tiTsorders! vinegar. ,- -

Fresh form the Sunrise Kingdom. That B' '*ylSnOto dropsy or Bright'slikes Boil together until it reaches the

Ta Y e: herd ball stage. Pour oVer poppedcorn SEED POTATOESMAINE
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-- When the kidneys are weak, and as soon as cool enough. form
This is probably the luEgestraiid most into balls.] -
I Help them with Doan's Kidney. GROWN SELECTED SEEDSpauldiag'
complete exhiblHim! or these goods ever Pills, Almost any good cook book will give I
kid recipes for candy-making with No. .4 Rose, Early Red Bliss Triumph, Irish Cobbler, .
r : io"uuwa sltniiice. A remedy especially for weak sugar
You
; .4a j Fi-- -' a neys. and part syrup. The old syrup! seems \\'. are how Itradr to IlrrrHc Ordrrn mid Malt Contract for. N........
,; ; tnorcr exquisite Christmas-gift. Don't give Dean's Iii a'e1.ee used-"in Kidney to-be--much pedor..to--th new.for. -"',1111' --tv* IHJeoarat"rr+ U.quRntltla.ndvarl..U.a llrrrralirr! and Jaauarr DAhery.wanUd.Oul'Beed.' _
candy-making. Potatoes are the hlKhr..t quality Mnlac 0.0... selected .
t your wife a ten cent handkerchief Lrougles for 50 and years
a famlllnr with the renditions In Florida and our ...d stock la selected. ,
I' rolliii -piii and her Endorsed by 50,000 people;;-endorsed Enough care can not be taken in You should plant( 1'1.1.] lrew..evd for beat results.
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expect to be
grateful cooking. If.not cooked it will ,
at home. / enough "'III..'') Foil" n.sCIUP'I'.1' aF.Ell 'ATAMtOI.'E.
.., and contented. But give her some of this Proof of merit in a Kissimmee citi- never be brittle. Be very careful not ;

4 u s dainty ware, and then watch her eyes shine. zen's statement. to scorch. E'. A. MARTIN SEED: CO.

Always bear in mind that we carryeverytlliiig Mrs. R. ,L. Seaver, 324 Bermuda END STOMACH TROUBLE Corer Jfnr..n ..d ''I.,., Jarkaoat.'III*. Vim.' .f. ,
Ave., Kissimmee, says: "A dull nagging Oldest Entabllahed and urgoat Seed House In the State.
s- in Hardware, and also a full ache in roy back kept me 1 in GASES OR DYSPEPSIA A

sI e line 6f Furniture. We can easily take care misery. At times, if I stooped or attempted ,>>

f t..f l of your wants i in either ,lof these lines. No awfully. to My lift kidneys anything acted, it irregularly hurt;, me "Rape's gassy. Dlapepsln"sto1f1lchl surely make feel alck fine, sour, " ." " " "I" ';;" """o.oooooo ;; -T

trouble to show goods.Gasham and mornings I felt alt worn out. In.five minute. .
-- I Cold Storage for Fresh Meats
Doan's Kidney Pills gave me more Te-
I .:14' If what you just ate is souring on
lief 'tha nanything else 'I had ever
d'' stomach or lie like 'a lump of
your
and
r Susette. taken. The backaches, left and Eggs
I my lead belch and eructate f Vegetables Etc. .
< or you p" ,
.(, )I"5 should." .
kidneys again acted they
as
food ban
sour undigested or a feeling
precut tp Smelt" Meet a Very Polite Man. I OVER SIX YEARS LATER Mrs. of dizziness, heartburn, fullness,'nausea, STORAGE RATES ON MEATS: '
4 1 9ta I"Vlt'fOC sL .., laid Sasette; "1 met the politest man I ever Seaver said:."Nothing has altered my bad taste in mouth and stomach-head ',. )
;1'o.,1w dalbtH'wal just lovely." ; Quarter .f Beef ___.____l/8CIb. Meat left b Storage'and
of D relief In fire minutes
I high opinion an' Kidney Pills ache you can get
I' Whole Hogs __.__ I
_i/8e |lb.
.'' .ev'fWh.'wd"bet"'saarled' Gasnnni angrily.4b for they cured me." by neutralizing acidity. Put an end to j tat u used Ic'Ib.

>I lwmA 4'1 is: d .'t bow' Ids' .are;' hat' I was' in a crowd and turning Price 60c, at all dealers. Don'.Y such, stomach distress now br getting a Curing Pork ready .. pound, .. .- f

gtkIdyI Jaw.'llir.mVtll.' mKt '.to hU.oy.., I Wa SO mortiit' -. simply,ask for a kidney remedy-g t large fifty-cent case of.fape's Diapepsia for'smoking. 1 l_e. per ,

,4: r no Qd that I saaid'beripardolt."H.. sa} .o: It! me too. it, 'ye got u. Doan's Kidney Pill*-the same that froze any, drug'store... You realize in Curing and'Smoking.2c per pound. 'It
.9C' ilbeftj'. tlt l- I1.NTWaYtiafr'tkj Are minute how,needlon it Is to suffer t "
t' Y .., .... ,!,1oTelh'o, (lyi l 7" Mr. Seaver had. Foeter-Milbu )' from indigestion\ ltom-
T een, ,orin; 'ra' T"htra I f.n" dyspepsia or say Bring -
be J Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. ach di.orderqu.ed bv'Iood fermentaUoa us your hog the day, they are killed. We will do j I "J
a
,l uRi du to exoeHlva) acid in stomach. the rat., .
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; etffaeM'bna x a WIj. ( 'for next week : -
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will
ttll
ijltdi we To Cure a Cold In One Day. -
I ,\l.b.!\ .a1L.wo. ; .. ;a1+datl'siiatr$.'NewnHelkjDlseoyerp'I ' ,. Take' .*XA't'I9ltaaonopetalsV It Mop tn. "The you cheered when h. }
.. ..,.. .. ....- _. ", Coiwrh and Hndacb and work* off MM Cold. marched ,will stand knee i KISSIMMEE -
.? l deep in '
I- "' ,,.. -- ,.- r 1)1.1.'MW' 0\0 aV ,lath! nKIIat.( fr.Bd moocy U tt telM to away ICE & COLD :STORAGE CO. : "I r rIw4
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To Each and Everyone that Takes Advantage of this Sale j,

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.. on Saturday, the 15th of December, to January 1 st. {:\ref:,:'''' ; '\

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I will put my entire Stock of Merchandise (Several Thousand Dollars) On Sale I ,. at ':

';; I and Below'. Cost at Wholesale prices. Everyone: that Buys of me wi11 Save Enough in ffjV '


prices, to buy. a nice Xmas. Gift for Relative or Friend. .

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50 Pairs Mea' Dreu Oxfords 1 '____--________$6.75 now. $5.49 50 Pain Ladies' Colonial Pomps'____________ 5.00 now 3.80 Men's Blue Serge Sorts ._,________________.:16.00 now 12.50 a
20 Pairs Men's Dreg Oiforda, Tu._::__, ___ 6.90 DOW .....9 30 Pain.La&es' Pumps ?________________. ".00 now 2.99 Men's Ribbed Drawers _:__:..__ ____,_,,.---- ,7S'.ow .60 r #
50 Pairs Men's'Dress Oxfords, Black__:___!___ 5.00 D.W 3.98 30 Pairs Ladies'< 30 Pairs Mea' Dress Oxfirdi-------_- --__.6.50 now ".49 25 Pain Ladies' English Walken.--------.:_- 3.75 now 3.20 Men's Balbriggan Drawers _.. __,_________ 55 BOW .27 ''h....
w- 15 Pairs Box Dress Oxfords ________:_______ ".00 DOW 3.19 100 Pain Children's. SchooTShoes. __-_______ 3.25 now. 2.79 Men's Balbriggan Shirts ______________,.-- .35 .BOW .27
...F 20'Pairs Box Dress,Oxfords" _____-_________ %.50 now 2.19 25 Pain 'Children's School Shoes_______-___ 3.00 now 2.49 Men's Fine Summer Under Suits ______. 1.50..w,, 1.20
10'Pairs Men's-Dreu. Oxfords _____________._ 3.50, aow .2.49 40 Pain,Children's Foot Shape Oxfords" ______ 3.25 DOw. %.7I Men's AthJ, tic.Union Suits __________.. ..__ .75 now .59
10 Pain Mea Dress Oxfords' ---_----... --- 3.00 now .2.19: 10' Pain Infants' Shoes __________________ 1.80 'now 1.49 Men's Athletic Knee Drawen ______________ ..75 BOW .59 , ,
{ 10 Pun Men's Dress Shoes _.;.____:______.____ 3.00 'now 2.19 Infants' Shoes __________________-________ 1.50 now 1.21 1 Men's Athletic Shirts ___.;._________________ .75 How" ,.sO t -' f
y L w 1 I. 10 Pain M eD'' Drsu Shoes'; ,';j\i:3t.\;_.___:<_:__"'f_:'_.,_;_"__"_.".....00. now' ' 3'19'.J ,',,'" . 50 Pain Infants'Mary Janes ----;..-,--ii.'; :"l|1.25'O"'. .,1.00 Men's B.'V.' D.'Shirts ._.________""_;'_-'_''__:_-r..75,,. Bow. .so V .4
1 .' ,. J i .; 'II1't ..t...,4","i. .... ' ,,.'' .,It ' ':'l'SiiifMi.M'; :! ;! "''''' ' W.CMen's ._,'1J;! ..... i iBoys'
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.*.4 .w 6 Pairs MeD' Dieu Skees4."- u.\ "- ." 350 'DOW".! 2.49. ,... 20 Pain Infants' Mary James. _. .illl__ ( DOW :, .89 Men's. B. V. D' Drawers, , ,_ ;,,,.75 now! .sO
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10 Pairs BOJ' Drew Skoei':..4 -.:__:..::.__ .:. 2.S0'DOW'"'1.99' 1 25. Pain Misses' Ankle: Straps _.J.:' -.P1'ii',;;__ _! _!!SiopJ( DOW. ,\\\j'\ .tS', .. Kait.-Un o.. ...Suiti. "-..: .: :::. :: --.. 1.00'aow. . .89 r
15 Pain BOJ" Tm Elk Shoes ______________ 3.S0 now. 2.99 25:Pairs Misses' Ankle Straps ______________ 2.50 DOW- ,' 1.99 Knit Union SoiU-.ZZ I"'W_ :: !!,;,___.----_.:f 1.50 now' ,..1.25Men's
,f 15 Pain Mea'.EaelUh Walker_____________ 7.50 DOW 619 40 Pain Ladies'' White Shoes _____._________ 3.00'D W, 2.49 Fleeced Lined Drawers'-___________-__ .75 now ..61Mea'
40 Pairs Mea' Dress Shoes ___________-___ 5.00 DOW 3.99 25 Pairs Ladies' White Pumps ______________ 2.00 now 1.59 Sweaten _________________________ '3.00 now 2.39 '
t 12 Pain MeD' Dress Shoes :____.___..----'-- 5.50 DOW 3.99 20 Pairs Ladies' White Oxfords ____________ 1.50 now 1.19 Meli's Sweaters ________________:_:_..__ 3.50 now 3.00
; ,l 12 Pain Mea' Dress Shoes ________________ 4.0.0 DOW 3.25 20 Pain BoyV Canvas Shoes ______________,,. .65 now .50 Men's Dress Shirts ________________.,____to_ 1.25 now 1.10 t .
; SO Pairs Mea' Drui Shoes _______________ 4.50 now 3.S9 20 Pairs Misses' Tennis Oxfords ________:___ .65 now .55 Men's Wool Shirts ___<_..________..!.________ 2.25 now, 2.00 V rMen's
< 24 Pain Mea' Dress Shoes, Taa.____-______ 6.25 DOW 4.50 Ladies' Rain Coats _______________________ 6.00 now 4.49 Wool Shirts _____._________..________ 3.00 now '2.69
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) 2o.Pairs Boys' Work Shoes ____ _________?3.00 DOW Z.S9 Men's. Overcoats 10.00 now 7.49 Men's Wool Shirts ------ __ 2.00 now 1.75
i SO Pain Mea' Work Shoes _________::._____ 3.50 DOW 2.69 Boys' Pants __________.._________________ 1.50 DOW' 1.25 Ladies' Knit Union Suits __________________ .35 now ::29.
20 Pairs Ladies' H.iela Boots _______________ 6.50 DOW ".79 Boys' Pants ____________________________ 1.75 now 1.49 Children's Combination Suits _______-_____- .7$ now .69
j' 10 Pun.Ladies High Boob________________ 5.00 now 3.69 . Boys' Pants: ________....________-_._,______, 2.00 now 1.69 Ladies' Handkerchiefs ___1______ ..______ .25 now .23
20 Pairs Ladies High Boob ________________ ".00 DOW 3.25 Boys' Suits ____...______...__.______.._ 8.00 now 4.50 Ladies' Handkerchiefs ______________!__?___ .15'now .13
Men's Pants __.., __ 4.50 now :3.25 Ladies' Handkerchiefs _______ ____;._______ .10 .08
SO Pairs LadieS' High Shoei ___________ 3.50 2.89 -:--------- --- -------- now
I ---- DOW Men's Pants ____"________________________ 6.00 now 4.49 Ladies' Corsets __________.___...'_-___.... .50 now ....0Ladie
j; 20 Pairs Ladies' Doll Top Button Shoes ____ 2.50 BOW 1.99 Boys' Blue Serf Pants ___,_ ___________ 2.25 now 1.99 ,'.Conets _________________.__________ 1.00 BOW .&9 ' '
20 Pairs Old Ladies' Euy Show -: 2.2S now 1.99 ____ _________ ______ __ __
-:--------- Men's Work Pants h 1.50 now 1.25 Ladies' Corsets _ i' _._______------- 1.50 now 1.19 \

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You will find Ladies' Underwear, House Dresses, Towels, Percals, Outing, Ginghams, Bleaching, Sheetings, t'

Dress Goods, White Goods, Embroidery, Laces; Ribbons, Hosiery, all l'cut to pieces in prices. '

Black. tend Tan Serge, $1.00 val, now.75c; Dress Suiting in solid and plaids, val. 50c, now' 35c; Ladies. fine Silk Hoset.5'O, now. $. .19.. i h.'a.
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< i If HSSIMMEE ALLEY GAZETTE I IJ REV SUMMERS APPOINTED I workers as well as funds and he urged The cases against Walter Tracy, 'O CC. .'OO. '\I 'Ott".O.'OOto- t.O..t.- ,'

PASTOR AT CAMP JOHNStON every woman in the city to spend a charged with fraudulently changing' t I II

;,.;;........ ..u._ .... Bvrry Friday. Considerable ----'- few headquarters.hours at least each week at the the mark of s'1< marked animal and C11RI TM 9RAVGb09Ci1fE One of theHappiest :

SI J MA** !a Taller O..tt. ldlal.a:, surprise was expressed hog stealing, were continued .for the I
r. r xt..I ee, F.daI here when word was received that Referring to the call for funds, he t: Y qtly
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aid It was necessary: to put this patriotic .
;I ,vl ,. B. KARRI* ..* n. O. TAN"' AdlfBWIt' j tb. Rev. C. II. Summers,' pastor of service on a business basis. I The case against Vorreit Hart, ,

.. .. -- the Methodist church, bad been appointed The chapter has been asked to furnish charged with breaking and entering POULTRYf
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to Another pastorate. R T. a monthly quota of 86 pajamas,, with intent to commit a misdemeanor, parts o'f Christ.

Summer had just completed hU first 36 bed shirts 48 handkerchiefs, 48 I was continued for tlae term. ,

C. year with the Kissimrae church and wash cloths, 12 hot-water bottle covers. The cases against Janes Prescott, iltnt mastitis cheer Is

MBeRqS was very sueesiful in his service. His The December shipment was forwarded charged With, altering and changing cQe

congregation fully expected: his return on the seventh of the month, marks of. animals, were ontinued for the feasting part of

but the Conference ordered it otherwise but in order to. meet the demands of the term.: the Centetr of the
it. 'I h\ bird that graces
by aligning him as the "Junior .ubsequeni months it would be The case against Bob Eyans, charge :

"astor of the First Methodist'Church, necessary that the members 'pledge ed with incest, was tried on' Friday, I table: Christmas day has'got a. lot to say about. '

ou South, At Jacksonville." Rev.. Sum' a certain amount\ to carry on the work the verdict of the jury resulting In the .

Ph .mers* work will be entirely with. the and he asked the ushers '' to pass acquittal of the defendant.' whether :you are happy or not. We know a' '
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?Ate Pass soldiers at Camp J. E.; Johnston, Jack- among' the audience with pledge cards The jury brought in a verdict of ,

I- t invilleaWork, for which, he Is 'emi membership blanks. While they guilty' in the case of the State vs. John ::: lot we could nay about our Christmas poultry, .

nently fitted. .being'.distributed,, D, G.> Wagner Gadsden, charged with assault with t h : in and look
I huti."d rather have come
While the minutes intent to and the sentenced :t, you
congregation regrets spoke for a few explaining/ ( rape court :
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1 fine Copy, Ono Year__..____.._?_,$2.00 losing! Rev? Summers and his' family: the government saving stamps whichare him to two.years in \.he penitentiary. "CUI over' ',
one Copy, 'fllx, Month__..._.-.__-i 1.00 the .new pastor, Dr. J. D. Seibert, ia now offered for sale, The case of the. State vs. John Fn,.. I . -
one Copy, Three Monlha.-_.-__..__ .76 i
A 'no stranger to this community, havIng ley, charged with bigamy, 'was nolle ,
ordered specially
Wo have Fancy
( ' Alt communications correspondents except. must from our.uthorl..d be served the church/ during the erection i CIRCUIT .C ADJOURNED. pr ssed.. ( j :j,: some

iKned by the writer. of ,the beautiful edifice they occupy -i :The remaining cases on appeal from : :: Florida and' Western Meats for the Holiday
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t+ ,- Itejected matter will not bs. returned ( ) the CountyJu.dge's, Court were not : .
o .jnl.M called tot. 1 not. been arrested. Under these cir "'' ): '
Rev Summere'and family will like-j taken up... I Trade, and will be prepared to furnish, .
(Entered ln-4he Postofflce at Kissim.twee. ly remain till the,'first .of the > ., cumstances, Judge.Perkinscontinued: '
Florida ... ocond-claaa! mitter.i : the case until., the' spring term of i practically all the delicacies that.go to makeup .,

1 f C E. ENTERTAINED"The court. The, bond wall fixed by the
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1I I court at $5,000 foreach defendant. Ford TouringCar an ideal Christmas Dinner. .

f'- the Florida Antl-Tuberculoais membership contest is closed. Judge, Perkins then announced that t "

.. .AHelp The winners with Stratton Story as he Would try the jail cases first,, and .
by spending your.penniesor I \
+ Red Cross Christmas seals. captain, reported eleven new .mem i the deputy sheriffs ushered in Mose

+ bers, and the' losers with Gussie Winnas Barnes, Robert, Gardner and Tom In Good Condition J. .City Market L'

LAYMAN'S .' captain, reported nine new mem- two pleaded guilty and were sent back .

Men""m 'n'lth MEETING'l" ; bees'. '=As; .wasil, 1-fOmis; dttoNthe.aor: ( .:i ety'.' thr.rf, ( o untjf..Cqurtj..which\, sentenced 'Fo, Sale Cheap '? '''--'IL4J! _' : : / ; ---4 I'''W''' ,_:' .. ," :......"!"' .."""'WI -

at ; the. losing entertained, them each ,to one year on- the county I .. Phone 44-
afternoon at the Methodist S. S. Mrs Rivers kindly turned over her roads. The case against the third SEE I IX" :

:rooms. All men and boys cordially) beautiful home to the young people man, who 'did not confess, was nolle C. H.

;, invited.t "'iday night] Nov. 30. Various games p'rossed. LAWRENCE, ..--.c.o)< : o)<.-.c OoO Co.o .t c .......00-C H C 0 M<..coo:.

t 1,1 and contests occupied the evening, Interspersed The other cases on appeal from the At Mrs W. C. Cilberti, Main St. --- -- -

___ -_ 1 )1 KIS6IMMEE MISSION BAPTIST with music and humorous County Judge's court do not appear a2-It-pal Get Your Job Printing From the Valley Gazette

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Inspection f -' Delicious fruit punch and dainty Battle, three colored men, indicted for .

at,digging tifXc-18':\ ; Sunday school at cakes were: served stealing and killing a cow. The first b

I '-a large percent Preaching ,by pastor at The subject for the C. E. of the The court t fixed the bond of L. B.

most entirely Subject of sermon "The 'hr stlan church for Sunday Dec. 16t Drawdy at $5,000. < ECONOMY ed.ECONOMY

-a small perc...-.PeviL' JPrayernieeting is "Christ is Our Peace. War or rear I I.Wh The case against Randolph Young, Ul

,; goodly nuuAy 7:0: P.' m. rh ?" Sheldon Johnnon will be charged with embezzlement, was nolle }

,. ........,e and be a blessing and get a leader. '
1'1' ..:.. ". the ,Everybody welcome. prossed. .. I Biscuit \
i : bleasln We believe prayer aft-36 1\I't-,1
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t. ing : p m. 25 lb. tack Best Brands Flour :$1.75 2 )Ib! *. Clarified Sugar ______ .19
Tempt the appetite, ,

DOUBLEHEADER, RED CROSS MASS MEETING Classified Advertisements 2 can Snowdrift Corn ______ .25 please] the taste andnou'r'p'i 4 lb.. Corn' Mealv-v _________ .25 '
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Manager: W6odbeck has /
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(Continued from Page One) 2 can No. Z Tomatoes ____ ,2:; Crisp i. t1-'d fresh- No Sugar sold without Mea!
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le-he D\\"RU.INGS for rent. Apply to 11\1
v derat Me Casino tomorrow '
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r, ")i\ I board. An annual audit of its funds 'I'I Her.

..c frill"' !nVht- whenhe will; show the "last ePIc must be submitted to Congress and FOR SALE 2 cans Lye ominy ________. .25 12 Ib*. Graham Hour ___-__ ..90
\ code of the Double Cross and the first! .
: <: ..!: the auditor of the United States must Ml lots all cleiireil. In cultivation, "' '
\ "... episode of a thrilling new aerial "Who audit this statement.The nicely I fenced. frno Is Number One T" water, various, kinds of citrus fruit
'. ,{ '.1 speaker paused here to trees ready to plant. Three room house,
say
I. Mr... Woodbeck is offering a Ire I "some asked the line place for truck and 1 poultry, very 2 Ib*. Fancy Evap. Peaches __ ;3) t f 12 Ib*. Oatmeal __________ .90 r
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one me day, cheap., ,1760. This place inside city
,ticket to any one. whose house number,] limits payments. easv. '
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>. L 'telephone" number, street number, auto ) 'how much graft'i there In this Rpd! 'Kor exchange< , (rood! lands In New 24 oz. Roxana Pancake ____ .19!) 4rS + 4 pkg Uneeda Biscuit ____ .25
w j Cross work?' As a matter of fact, MexU'o 1 ( Home nicely Improved; also. I'Xellor'l
number or library number contains a KnnmiM.. Mo. an I there are no high salaries paid to the property. Full particular. to.Jntereat- t Corn Flake -.:..____ ..10( L.2': 1 pkg. National Oat ,.. __ .10
f, :one. There !is no doubt the theater will officers of the national society and ed !parties. I h_ '

I i \ be taxed to its capacity as a result of \\;: have afnod% .farm: several houses Post Toadies ._____ ___. ,10 .
I 'r many of them are serving without'jpne for rent, two >f them furnlahed. Lit t. -? 5 Cake Geaaeaty Soap ____ JZ5
Mw-WCodbeck'a liberality. your "
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Mr. Carson reviewed the Kellog's Krumble __.,-_- .I" You are invited to a free 5 cake Crystal White Soap_ .25
BtatfNT SHOW'TOMORROW NIGHT phenomenal SAIjR flit nKN'T-Xew cottaarn. .
The ) growth of, the !society, stating Apply' 40311', street. C210tpdPAnMEns Small Kream Kriip -------- .3' demort'rf n Saturday, Dee .. No. 2 Libb,'. Pork and ,Beans .15

that; three; ago'there'wer for"' free.. 15 2. to 7 P. M. t
this ie bert'e'-Greater.. Minstrels will! years j Serxl ; a ftmle '
&my Btnn<>"V membeys d4i r.net prll there | .1 I cop y, 'Hejdst. ;;one: ,performance, ;; ''KissimniepIn' ...... o'cmanapfU.11Ahed tatTacHionvllle|, ea + 4 pkna. UPeeda Bizcuifs 25 Ott
'.& tom.rrl '* I thefrMtcntWor ere and h" mdnth a (d J ye'e -rl-llHial)0itllTt. ] 1 ."ttW> : ,SinaIlVCriK
n.1g |
: ? { mK ii|>o\iHr.vfci'l| *" l f ,\ 2 kq good, 25 No 2 Atlas P.r1t & B q, 2 for X1.25
t Broadway (n.j..' tat on.Jo" 1'1 m <
'" !{ Thai' ar said to be thirty:five. pep 'fo'''''''"'''''10000,000 new' ml.tn1rers 'h"ind flgenefAlJ'ell" a.M1 fAffnlngr. .100 pnpernB. I n"'th"' 1 I |Medium_Crisco] g ,,6lb! Bet t.Ct tea Co8'ee 1.00 ,

t ,:pie in the company and tbBt'ifi i'one "R'atllo:" \Vrtte"tuday.J | I Nut Margerine _- 1;.. '..3"TTAYLGR'5
----- 12 oz. Kingaa' Corned Beef .25
,*of the), best colored shows on the road. an emergency comes the LOST TlreD'it pin:-"llI'P"1 like .a dra- I
jThfy have 'with them of (,\ people, are equal to it," he'j' 'm-ll> x<>t with amber colored I ( a Grocery
1I ... \ 'a troupe "IO"'M.I..'.. A. 8. NVlHiiU. 5Z-ltpd_ I
l' 'afl Jned! dogfl.' I aid. Referring to what had been TAYLOR'S"
: FOIl, FIKNT: :;: -1"u rlllMhel-house cli.Te:I I InV I =
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'=' hey'carrY their own brnd and willssse'a !lone with the $100,000,000 War Fund \\' \ ea"Ron. 5211Foil I

and free :he the following interesting '
noon-day parade even- gave j HAL: J
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,-concert: at. 7:30 at their tent. .terns : PHONE 250
t : One nice nH,-r oO.fine .
'Tie company i Is from Baltimore and "Since the War Fund became available roller ton desk prlc tSU.VO.' --'- -

'spending its first winter in thenth. the Red Cross has sent commissions yuan( pyres lilnh prak'in In ml, plentywnler --- -- -- ,. . ._. _-

to France, Russia, Italy, Rou- per acre: Ideal; termn nmnll$I 00' ranch clown pries 1 balance$n.in In - -- ......ao 'T,._.=. . L ____.. __ _.... --_
tnunia,and Salon 1"8. L i 2.! :3 and 4 years
.I "trnnKe Jrov.. rnpnlile, of producing
DR. SIMMONS ON TRIALr. "The French Commission has a :AiMiO. to 4fio)( PUXPH oranirci.*; price fR,- ,
HIMI; hUIIO cash balance.In 4 equal In-.
staff of 8C4 persons, 517 serving with- fltnllmentH.One, A
+ J. A. Simmons, of Arcadia, out pay. nice little cottage with /R rooma. I / !!' '
+ brick r
( ntthparches gnrn ce on Btr&et.cloHu
;.her-in-law of Sheriff L. II. In- "We are,. sending, supplies to 3,423 I In: price IH25HO. rosy t'-rmn t
i m, who killed Leon Stroud at that 1'wo iron Rnr, ... price $2Ii and0..
French military hospitals. one lot nhclvlnw nt your own flirurefl.fix .
'";e in a personal difficulty, by atrik- "We serve 30,000 soldiers daily at kitchen tIt!>I".. and other furniture Christmas Suggestion
for those desiring a temporary
.- a .jtl fJt'bls fist, was indicted by cur canteens in France. outfit for wlnte'r m-nwon. .
h Agreed jury charged with inovlun- 20 acres land bordering the. 18-foot <
_ "We are .caring for thousands of lirlck rOAd l adjoining Fair Ornunda
,' tat7 manslaughter. and is now on I French and Belgian children and ref- Price $2000.00, upon your own tprmn. I ,
16 acrealand not Quite close but
all
trfLj; ugees. within 1-S mile of brick road and Fairgrounds Lets Make This Xmas ,

i"Mr, and Mrs. Ingrain's many friends "We have established warehouses in terms. ; price, $1000.00;, your own

k f ?:'" ber hope, Jae will be exonerated by the'courti France with a capacity of 100,000 .From time to tlme have accumulated Last all the Year With .
; a lot of office II"t urea. furniture,
"t .?:,- .. tons. machinery gasoline. and electric rattle
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and horses etc. Before buying consultme
''l % PUBLIC "We have an established sanatoriumwith ; you may find a bareraln.AKTHUR .
-; 1,000 beds for tuberculosis R. OONKOAN
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Da''. 'Ja j,Memorial Tuesday evening "We are carrying extensive relief a briar pipe, amber II-t...m. Finder -- ... -
please :return"to Valley Oaxette and
i'' 1st.*7:301 o'clock when the Kissimmee workTnTJelgium. ; receive reward. '

k 1,, ':people clnd visitors in the city. are in- "We operate ambulance, service F01: SSAf.F--F1ie-1Tiile cattle pony 8 Piano

r : ;cited,tof he), present. which transports 100T) refugees a day. veers old. Broken to harness.. Price $150
$126; carriage end harness alan for
"We
are carrying on repair work in
been the custom of the Hart sale. Dr. A. J. Taylor, 9O& E. Central
.devastated towns. Ave.! prlando. Flu. (2-2tpd
.. emorlal corporation to make the attractive or
i '*'We have sent 3,000,000 pounds of = -
| '. Memorial building 'a social WTnOW and twplvp-.ar -old-.nn will Up. '
\ milk for Russian babies. do housekeeping for nice widower
? ,center for the pleasure and conveni- Hvlnn' In Osceola County. Florida In \ ,
"We have given $1,000,000 to the exchange. for )onrd. Write Mra. Anna Victrolatt
s of the people here,and with epee Franks, 17 Ashland
ro ,.en I Avenue. Atlanta
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"> ( soldiers, 1 I i i i j* j
gates" they have "kept !'''H RRNT-j.'lIrnt"hp,1
c ;pur' open I I rooms 01 Victrolas
house" "We have given $1,000,000 to the "ti'irtments for Ilnht hoimeki-eplnu. : :
evening each week
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British Red Cross. : ;:ntt"1hR"'t:: ; Every Home Should ;
J9r throughout the winter seaa n. On V-H K. h. Wells, > and Iniinnee.

} :these occasions entertaining programs "We are providing an artificial limb -'. 116 Malibotte-- Pt Phrin.2<2 i Have Music

+ is good music, interesting talks factory near Paris," ,,'"."* buy on..ySen Cracker; Works." simple's JicVtnIllc. ,T".cknvlll /'-- $20Tcrms to $250 Ike

and general discussions. have all featured "When' an emergency comes th' :" "'la. _..60.6'INn

t4 : '' American people are equal to it," he SI I '\ wanted .at 612 Pennfle'd aver h
said. I ""e. Mrs. Arnette. 60-2t-pd. I
f These'evenings have always been

i :'larrely attended and the opening re- The speaker then told of the organization .fiST! --Between; mv' residence and Bnp.t'st .
church, frold pin with opal jer j \
,':_'. .caption for Tuesday night will be of the local chapter of the '
; .... .' ", .. noTbtcjtfon < npr Reward for' return.. IHK .
to this rule. Red Cross which now numbers some I _MAR BtMa Sl-lt-ixl ; ; -'
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.: 1. The entire membership of the Hart four I' hundred. He told of the per < 11r"*..?. TO TIKNTr-WIll: .Iv" vervr To Suit

? >:Memorial corporation will be hostess sistent'work "the faithful few".and II with.t....p nonce rent to w nrk.twrly: Will who also wtll help""'1 .I .

though the f'flowingcommittees: have stated that 2,186 surgical dressings, pmnllror>d .ipnok Stove chenTi. ale .' '. \

a been'appointed to arrange the details 696 hospital garments, and 68 knitted ., Idnhh.ttetreet.- lil-lt-pl" ( .

: ;L ,of the events garments had been sent to the proper; 1"On bnlldlna FvjtANf1AJ-TAreaatnry;, .n..*..1" f-.t, on lot 40xt hre1f* R' "" TP'r
ooratlon-Mr: :J.: .:Z.; Roberson, authorities for' our soldiers and" the feel on South' Reventh' street. !''It. J;> Brown '
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Mra>J. McPhatter. speaker remarked, "This was all purchased only; 12. nn. $1onO Owre": wants Incumbrance a- .

: Entertainment; -Mrs..J.'W.,Prentls, with about 700. Is there any stock nlenrtld farm' In Florida ..Her I la a

4 1.1"!'; : 'Too ,JWr. .. Walter I ( B al!. graft In that?" some wood onnnrtnnltv.KAn".. and Mlnnourl T7 have farm also 205 Emmett. . .
( for Florida pronertv?' Full fr
particu .
r r.,, Rd..1tment-Mn... I G. ,W. Best, MrCarson; said.., _the!, Kissimmee larsto interested. nnrtlea. 'Good farm '.,; ... . ,,..
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chapter was in of and three anuses for rent.WESSON e -- t' -< y.'
; ; 2rM, Tiller and Miss Ethel Wilder. .greatly need more. ,RJ itTT COMPANT ,
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' Great Xmas Store of Kissimmee. Our, Before Xmas' Sale Is Now On---Shop Early ':': J

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BRING IN THE CHILDREN AND LET THEM SEE TOYLAND, WE'LL BE GLAD TO SEE YOU BOTH!!, : :. rII

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Hundred of Toy to Choose fromat before the War price* We Sell DEPENDABLE SHOES at .Money Saving Price Men' Fine Ores Shirt, each, . e . 75c and $1.00

" -Come in and Visit Toyland. Men's Shoe, . '75c, 1.00, 1.25, 1.75, 1.98, 2.25, 2.715, Will make a Fine: Xmas Gift i (

., e,. 2.95,3.00,3.25,3.50,3.75 and up.to $5.50., ' A. BIG' REDUCTION ON ALL WOMEN'S, HATS

< ? 5c 1 Oc 15c'' 25c 35c Women' Shoes, ., '. ., .' 75cto$5.50 -'

'" Children' Shoe, 85c, 98c,1.00,1.251.50,1.75 and Up. FOR FOR FOR>> FOR. FOR. l '
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TOTS TOYS, TOYS ,TOYS TOTS '
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5c 15c 25c
BALLS 50c
GUNS
HORNS GUNS BALLS HOSIERY I : s
BOOKS DOLLS .' MEN'S' Tooth Pate MEN'S nDrS. 1

. 1 'j "4. 'BALLS BLOCKS CATS TRAINS HORSE Bargains. for: the Whole Family. Women', White and Black' 'HDKFS. Tooth Brush GARTERS CARTERS TIES . ,

BLOCS'DOLLS BOOKS DOLLS ...dWAGON Cotton Hoe, 15c, 20c, 25c and 50c per pair. WOlDeta' HDKFS. HOSE' TIES HOSE "

BOOKS BANKS BANKS'' TEA SET White and Black' Silk, . . e ; 50c, 65c and 80c. DKFS. RIBBONS RIBBONS "HOSE Swpeedaa .

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We Sell It : : STORY'S ' We Sell It V ..}

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Attend the' mass meeting Saturday< I .All those- who wish to assist theRed has offered to divide fifty-fifty with before 0 o'clock. Manager Woodbecfc: + ; 1.

I INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS I morning and help plan a real Christ- I Cross are urged to purchase the local chapter on, all tickets sold accompany her. ,The ,ticket maybe'x; ) -

mas tree for, the Kissimmee kiddies. tickets for the. Casino theater. tonight, by them before this hour. In: addi- obtained jfrom M.,.Kate, ,treasurer.ot.:. ' r y s' .
.Sheriff L. H. Ingram, accompaniedby ,. the chapter. '
.o.ttO t00400t90t9.0 Phone 326 for wood. tion to the splendid film program,
Dr. J. C. Davis, has returned from Mrs. Ingram, returned from Ar- .. "
hen the "FlamingOiren" will be, !
Weather ReportFollowing points south of here and will remainin cadia, Tuesday, where they have been I Charles Cavannah and wiffe, of Cap*7'. d
several Casino TheaterProgram shown, Miss Zelia Wilson, of New
days. t
Kissimmee for several weeks. spending' May, N. J., arrived rday for: 1& "f ,, 5 _
Smyrna, will give.an exhibition of interpretive sad 1 (
Whitman's Candies for Christmas. I Mrs. Sadie Simpson and little (for Week of December 11th two weeks' visit Sri*lathes t
are daily temperatures at Central Drug Store. 'granddaughter, Elvy Simpson, who dancing. Miss Z. Lee will friends. '+, : :
and precipitations as reported have been visiting Mrs. Emmett Rol- a I
Mrs. J. K. Milliard is spending! a
., by Government station | for several days,. will return to MONDAY. .
At KmwlTnmoe fo- the week end !w days with her daughter, Mrs.
UNIT PROGRAM NO.3Third
their home at Greeneville, Tenn., to-
Dec. 13: Tcnry Lightsey at her home on Mab-
ing Thursday .
1 Episode "The Fighting Trail"
,; \ Max. Min. .Rain '''bette street. j I morrow., Kissimmee OrchestraTUESDAY. . :

.' Thursday __ ._ 75 48 When you dye, dye right. 'Putnam Phone 326 for wood. .
f' Friday'. .. 68 43, Fadeless for sale Central .
Dyes by
I Saturday-_-_- _-.' 80 60 Drug Store.. I Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Nyi, of Prince- Emmy Wthlen in "The Outsider" rCokirn

Sunday __ _ 60 . 37 town, 111., Mr..Nye's sister, Mise Alice (Metro) ,
: __ u, 66 27 Lieut. H. S. Geiger spent a few days i I and brother, C. T. Nye, of Putnam, Animated WeeklyWEDNESDAY.
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Monday ,
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u.- here last week on account of being
Ill. the winter residents
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. Tuesday ,, ___ 66 33.I | were among .
called to court as a witness. Lieut. '
here Friday. The have 1 1I
arriving party
Wednesday ... 76 43 1 "The Idolaters" Featuring LouiseGlaui .
I Geiger is now stationed At Camp home' of
I rooms at the Henry Llght- (Triangle)
, !1. dpppp _{+40a40 M6S800bb48 Johnston, Fla. sey on Mabbette street. Trangle Comedy :
G. W. Bailey, wife and son, of Deroit -' ,
Fire insurance! i See::: A. E. Draught P. E. Green of Birmingham, Ala., THURSDAY. and Columbiajlecoids
Phone 326 for wood. Sunday, Mich.to spend, arrived the winter in Kissimmee and have Synodical Superintendent of Religious June Caprice in "The Unknown" --L--: ;; :' .
', Education for the Presbyterian church 274. Fox
Phone 326 for wood. taken rooms, with J: W. Busby on
Wednesday and Thursday in V
.I'. . spent Big Comedy
1", Thirty guests enjoyed the hospital Beaumont avenue. Kissimmee and made several ad- FRIDAY. ,
\\1 ity of the Hart Memorial Rest Room Emmett' RolifT left Tuesday for Mississippi dresses at the Presbyterian"'church and Alice Joyce in "The Feathered

one day last week.' to meet his father on a business left this morning for Auburndale. He Woman" ViUgraph '

,I., L. Cook, of Oveido, has arrivedin I mission. From there he will got was entertained while here at the ,Fatty Arbuckle Comedy
Kissimmee to accept the 'position West Virginia, for which place Mrs.tolift I Greystone as the guest of Dr. Wither- "Oh, Doctor" ,

"of,cashier,,the Citizens' Ban ', ,I' i! and little.son. ..will leave, tomor- spoon. SATURDAY. .
Miss flees")D fc MOReleYlwil1 leave n a 'owtto/join'j/ ,him,**and j will probably jMr8.| :|JrtRJjj" Mallette_ l ,i f who;has',been ;'The Honnted Home'''witheWiniFred "

few days*for ccoaba I ss on a bue make h home the guest of 'MraflCtWJ Per| Allen in the title rol '::Trianglel

peWtripJ ut .mas stocK a ready STO Alfor| several eeks', ,returned- to Second episode;?;Wno ii Number] -
Mr. and Mrs. :J. J. IRichardslhave. \m'83BlB4kMiiHHniiiili&Klsimmee her home*, I iriSavannah"*ladteFriday.She ; ? ., '\'f"'i" "'7"One"11'' ""'' ,

'returned from their extended visit at tied with Jacksonville in was"accompanied home by her

,- Luxora,. Ark I having the largest delegation at tho daughter, Mrs. Persons, who will I "
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for : Older Boys' Conference'' at Winter spend some\, time visiting her. ,I
your
That Christmas\ present I Park last week.
:Soldier Boy friend at Central Drug The Girls' Basket Call; team lost to 1 i
Store. I Richard Bullock was chosen secretary Tanfdrd Saturday afternoon in a hard Our,New Stock of --and will
i ot the Older Boys' Conference at we.
'R. M. Tvans made business fought battle Our team showed a : 1
Prof.Tallahassee this week, returning Winter Park.last week, which was attended marked improvement since the last I it
hip to I L put
1 by more than two hundred boy
gamp and held the visitors well in
home Tuesday. the from all pints of the state. heck during the first half. In the ' Shoes I the Christmas Tree''
Mr and Mis. A. M. Story spent ,
'J. 'n. Naval Recruiting Officers Lieutenant second half Sanford's fast team ,
week-end with fir andMrs. r '
Winter haven Lowry and Ensign Burdine, who got away with a score of 21 to 13.: The i; Everything: : associated with the buying
Mills at their home in I
are both stationed at Key West,. were Kissimme team is doing considerablework Shirts \ of a Columbia Grafonola la pleasant. Every Idea that '
Use Put !
If you must dye, dye easy. here this week on a recruiting mission. at practice a'nd we predict they :
to is idea You
occurs ,
Fadeless Dyes color, at you a pleasant enjoy yourself ,
nam ; any Mr. and Mrs. W.: F. Beckmeyer nnd will win the laurels at the next en- '
; vhJlo, in''the
Central Drug Store. you are store
daughter, Miss Leona, are here from ounter. and' e
Mrs. W. Tv Entrican arrived from ', Omaha, Neb., to spend the winter. Attorney G. P. Garrett was host ata In the storo 13 the place to decide what typ '4rQa
St. Cloud and Kissimmee, where she They are pleasantly located in apartments o'clock dinner at the country: to buy. You can choose the type of inst -
seven
has been spending a few days.-Morn at the home of Mrs. M. Armor. club Tuesday evening In honor of Mrs. Neckwearare I and tlio; finish that will suit you best. :, 101v
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ing Sentinel, Tuesday.J. Phone 326 for wood. Marcia Clark, who is the guest of Dr. how the payments will be rnade. t '

C. Ledbetter, who has been living J. E. Mattocks, a prominent realty and Mrs. May. The tables*were attractive now arriving.
in Akron, Ohio, the past several dealer of Mount Dora, was in town with cut flowers 'and a deli

months, returned to Kissimmee last Wednesday on his way home from the cious five course dinner was served. Call and them C.H.Giantliani
week, and expects to locate some good roads meeting et Haines! City. Plates were laid for Mrs. Clarke, Dr, see
where in Florida.A. Mr. Mattocks was a former resident and Mrs. M. S. May, Misses Norma -

S. Bogue, of Knights, near Plant of, Kissimmee and has many frineds Griffin and Violet Bullock and G. P.
City, was in town Wednesday and here. Garrett. "The Satisfactory Store"
Fred Gilbert
.Mr...Bogue'
business :
-'-Thursday--on -Oscar Derbyshire-and! -wiferofTularosa -Following' -the'dinnertheevening
states that little damage'was done to II New Mexico, arrived Tuesday was spent quite informally with conversation .
that section by the frosts of the early .I night to make their home here. Mr. and music. I Y" .

Mrs. C. B. Thompson and wee Derbyshire is a brother of Dr. E. Der- 'Vf
daughter Julia, accompanied by her byshire and was In the city about five
mother, Mrs. T. S. McCurry, arrived years ago. Kissimrnee/ is glad to welcome r
from Anniion, Ala., last week and are these new residents and to wish
V occupying apartments at 220 Beau- them a large measure; of success in The
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Qppo'rtunityTo
mont avenue. whatever business they may engage. ;

Phone 326 for Wood. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hale a'nd Miss .

_ Lieutenant Philip Stockton May was. Marie Boyd arrived last Friday from

, here Sunday far a day with his brother Omaha, lit, to spend the winter in Get Your Money's Worth Greets You At a fffi
Dr. Sanford May and family. their cottage on Verona street. Mr. .
Lieutenant May will be.stationed at and Mrs. Hale did not come down last
Camp Pike, Little Rock, Ark. winter on account: ] of the illness of the W.: E. SANDERSON CO. Inc.Jewelry Store
be j
Broad. latter, hut her many friends will
of on
'Found, a sum money
glad to know she is now much :better.
way last Monday. Owner can get Beginning Saturday, Dec. tit, and ending Thursday, Dec. 20th, we will gIve, you a special,10 per cent discount '; A Aon
' : ) same by applying to C. II. Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Carroll and two ...
,, q. ..at Mrs. W. C. Gilbert's, Main Street, children, and their niece, Miss JanJe all Merchandise. We offer you this special inducement: the reason that we believe we can handle 'the Christ

describing same and paying for this Weaver, of Lafayette! Ky., spent a mas trade much more satisfactorily by offering inducements to get the.people to do their shopping ,early. We will ''

_; notice. 52-lt-pd. few days here this week seeing old 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 , '
Orlando friends and making new ones. They
t. A. J. Taylor, of -
:'" Dr,, and were Mrs.business Visitors in Kis- motored down from Fitzgerald make a small deposit and wc..will hold the' article for you. All articles already laid aside will be subject to special

I 4 1:, simmee Wednesday. Dr. Taylor states : their car and took in the east coast as discount. We ,believe that our stock of Watches, Jewelry, Toilet Articles, Cut Glass 'l'andStcrlin: Silver is

that the Valley Gazette was ,Instrumental i far south as Miami before coming to the 'best ''that has been shown in the It's show whether :
In bringing him to Florida,' Kissimmee.. Mr Carroll made a large ever { city. a pleasure to goods, you buy or '.not. \ *

of cotton and corn this season, 42r
which we"are glad,to learn. Our re crop '
., Bret is that the lure of the South was : and the prices he received were very w;: E. SANDERSON COMPANY Inc.
s,t. him a few gratifying. His manY' Kisslmmee ,
,...' ,net strong enough,to bring: ,r
; ." .. 'miles further .anllm.ke ,him a. reel-II friends, rejoice' with him.in his .prost Phone. NO. 289, ',: ', ,KISSIMMEE. ' FLORIDA' 26 Broadway, ...'' ..J'.... y } y
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$' The Dining- 'Room of the U. S, GOVERNMENT ,I Keep ItHandy '


Manhattan' Hotel WAR SAVING STAMPS 'F LAlIlW1 :

_/ U Now Open
-- Ward off attacks of grip,
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Mrs. R. B. Savage, Owner and Mir
1 In offering "W Savings Stamps' colds and indigestion by timely 4..
medication with thoroughly test.
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.dt 7 7l to the public the United States, Government ed and reliable remedr of the Ameri-

l I has made immediately avail- cut household

able for every man, woman, and child PERUNA '
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FBBPIEB F It'. better to be safe than sorry ,
CflBuOfl in the country a profitable, simple and M.nr. loot open. of dlitreMlnJ ilckDanmilbt j
f secure investment. . htr been. prevented r If fhu: proved
remedy had been resorted to la the Bret
O War Savings .lase.. Any article Ihethru been efficiently
What they are:
' used for aewlr h.lfa century lm. provedlu
SELLS Stamps are 'the answer of a greAt Ital....._ T./let form if you desire iu

democracy to, the demand for a democratic At yoar druulitt. 1
I- TRI rUUMA CO. C.l.-i.Okie II Ii$ 11111
and \ =- =
Fire, Life, Accident I form of government security
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, \i'K' They are "little baby bonds. Like n_ J
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Health Plate Glass, Lia Liberty bonds, they have behind them -
'J the entire resources of the Government savers are life savers.A IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS, .
bility and Boiler Insurance. strand in the cables which
-- single
of United States.
and people. the FEVERISH, CONSTIPATED
Legal Bonds Executed There's surely nothing better They have the additional. adbnntage uphold the great Brooklyn suspension ,...,-
increase in value bridgeis not very strong but thou ,
that steadily
wherever there is Victor Victrola. they
I Ill or
i Same Day Needed. from the date of purchase until the sands of these strands bound together Look. Mother! If tongue I I. coated,' l

liii Nothing; more. acceptable l ; nothing date of maturity, and this Increase is uphold the world.one of the great thoroughfaresof '. cleanse fornia little Syrup bowels! of with rigs.""Cali 'i 4
the Government. These
guaranteed by
'OFFICE:; State Bank Building more enjoyable. stamps are issued in two denomina When our fathers ,and sons and -

Stop in any time and ,we'll gladly tions, the 25-cent stamp and the $5 brothers were called by our country to M&then'can rest easy after giving I
stamp.: -' take up arms in her defense, you did "California Syrup of Figs," because in t ..
1 I ,give: you ,a descriptive list of the For :the convenience of investors a not hear, 'an. individual soldier refuse"I a few hours all the' clogged-up, waste*. ;,i '
KODAK FILMS to serve because his service alone sour bile slid' fermenting; food gently '
records and is all -
Card" furnished to
play "Thrift
1111 newest any numbers purchasers U
moves out of the bowels, and ;you have
would win .
Developed lee a Roll not the war. Each man
of 25-cent This card .
stamps. 'I a well, playful child again.
Prints, 2, 3 and 4e each liii t.. you wish to hear., has spaces for 16 stamps. When al was ready to do his part. The great Sick children needn't be coaxed to !

+ Something new-not the prices, the spaces have been filled the Thrift army thus formed is going forward to take -this harmless "fruit laxative" -

1 but what you get for.them. till .4 R. DeWitt Brown J J"1 Card may be exchanged for a,. $5 face the fire of battle and to risk everything J :Million of mothers keep it. handy because y

"FLIMS." I C stamp at post offices, banks, or otherauthorized for the safety and security' they know its action-on the atom- :4'. !
: Y P. O. Box 131 Pensacola, Fla. Pianos and i 12ieiiti of our homes and our-families, and for aoh, liver and bowels i prompt and cur. r'rcAskryout t\
l+ .. ..__ _.___ . ,. I _. agencies: by :adding : df ; "' ..<..(Iniggit.fastottje,P r.p.. ; ;>i attai/.\ .i ,.ir f.4.
= ;
tttewesq"bltlbYPittk our tountry ? .
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": ... ,_.,.. -_...-.. ....... -l-I..t\fu:- .d !'n"iahih! prlai'FebrdaP 0'1; "CaliforniaSyrup okTies," which Sontains -' -I "" "
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I I II 1918, and 1 cent additional each month These are the men for whom you' directions for babies, children of ''1
I thereafter. are asked to save and lend your. dol. J all ages and for grown-ups,
M. TILLER '
\<' Illlhifl'fflullIfl Kissimmee, e Florida lars. lijl
Those who prefer may buy a $5 I
' Real.t Estate' Agency. I I1 I stamp outright. These will be on sale A country worth fighting' for is, a Whenever You Need a General Tonic: :
> ** country worth saving for. Take drove'..
.. .. : ----i from December 3, 1917, until January I
( C A. CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN Secretary 31, 1918 for $4.12. They automatically To save money is to save life. The Old Standard Grove' Tasteless ,;J
s, ;; Realty bought and soldrented. Buy War Savings Stamps at post chill Tonic is equally valuable as a'n .I'(
increase in value cent month
a a General Tonic because it contain the ,1\
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:'Taxes o aid and Titles verified The Waters & Carson every month thereafter until January offices, banks, trust companies, or : well known tonic properties of QUININ '
1, 1923, when the United States will other authorized agencies, and strike a and IRON. It acts on the Liver Drives ; '
'eats.F"ire I"
for Enriches the Blood and.
non-re out Malaria
.. and Accident In- pay $5 at any post o..ice or at the blow for our country. j Builds up the Whole System. .60 cents. n', I
Treasury 'in Washington for each

.lurance. affixed to War-Savings Cer -- ------
Grocery Company stamp a --- - ,i
d044x40 .
5 lndemnitJ .. tificate.

.... .t. ...,' ,...OOO o oo. When you purchase a $5 stamp, you 1 n 'r,.'
must attach it to an engraved folder
.'Oa4t "OO"'O'O'O'O and tail
Wholesale Dealer in known as a "War-Savings Certificate .,
which bears the name of the purchaserand .

. .w. GRIFFIN GROCERIESO.OOa0000000' can whose be name cashed appears only by upon the Person the. I I I I I 'y/*!. ,1

certificate, except in case of death or
:*
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t' Staple andFancy.GROCERIES disability. This certificate contains ..
20 spaces. If these are all filled with i It will save you money and
War-Savings Stamps between Decent l ), I trouble. Gives description and

_. + + o 1x cost to the purchaser will be $82.40, SGUIDF& fall planting.> 'Ourstocksarecom.r r> '

Free Delivery to all Part WE SELL; .O o WE BUY 1 and on January 1, '1923, the Government rALLPIAiuNG plate, assuring prompt shipment. ', *

of the City HAT .1. 4 will pay the owner of the certifi- ZA .JA Martin'
Hy-Test
i 0 BIDES 4 cate $100-a net profit to the holder

.'0.....00 10. ..oooooo 0 GRAIN 0 of $17.60. This is based on an interest .Southern' Seeds '
J FURS 1 rate of 4% ,compounded; quarterly
r i W. B.Crawford Lee Jarrell 0. FERTILIZERS; ,... WOOL from January 2, 1918. The amount of m-a Carefully grown, closely selected."al'
ORD & JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW 4 ways dependable.den Full assortment car-
: SHINGLES 0 4 War-Savings Stamps' sold to any one and field. Strawberry and vegetable
!"., 0 x AND person at any one time shall not exceed plant also a specialty. Write

;;,es; 4 5. 6L and 7 Citizens .x ORANGE BOXES 0l. ALL 1 $100 (maturity value), and no today for cur new fall catalog;
,
Bank
} Buildinfr hold such War-
person may stamps or
p,:;gimme. , Florid ;, ORANGE WRAPS, 1 0 COUNTRY Savings Certificates to an aggregate E. A. Martin Seed Co.. ...: ,
;
x [VEGETABLE!CRATES O 0 amount''exceeding' S $1,000 (maturity "* 'i ""r"
.. DR. W. W. CARSONDENTISTJ 0 fctoamwBBWisiiw*'* 0 0 PRODUCE 1o '.-1 ueIIfthe'M.I Jj"""', "' "'I.'ll",, ., Jacksonville. Florida.. .\, ,"'I.,,,!!': 'a
'.: [CRATE NAILS a oryrqq.av / "M\\;" ,',' I" 1i
: t" -' . 0xo holder,of a War-Savings! Cer- 1 i.\h: ,Office over Pilley Building"Office . .. oa .. .aooa.ooooo0. . ooaxao444044o 4 tificate finds it necessary to realize
flour.1s. 1 C
.. lee 'IPhone Its I ... dmlnlstered for Extraction of We sell field and garden seeds of alll kinds. .
{'1.\ ...... T.eth any time after January 2, 1918, upon .
Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties.
\ giving ten days' written notice to any i
O'..''-:.' RIBBn W. J. .;TE.IP Free: delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. 12 money-order office, receive for Sae7Zifcfor.

i, r KRIBBS &: STEED We are county agents for good fertilizer Ask us for circular and pric each stamp affixed to his! certificatethe 1

t i ffjj.:': ATTORNEYS Al' LAW vA fertilizer amount paid therefor plus! 1 cent .

It business of all kinds glrer .' for each calendar month after the ;;:J

r'' // prompt attention. month of purchase of each stamp. A .

Y Jcfttcrm 11 and It State Dank Bids. W. II. ARNOLD ALAN J. MAC DONOUGiI registered certificate may be redeemed Christmas .

I f 4jrt b Klasimmee, Florida. ARNOLD & MacDONpUGH I office where, however registered., only at\he post of- x

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-, i'at 6ebn.ton O. P Oarret Contractors, Engineers, Architects In other words, the plan is simple,
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.JOHNSTON ft GARRETT DARLINGTON straightforward, and certain. The miles'I I
; AVE.CITIZENS BANK BLDG.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW' holder of the certificates can not lose The British recently drove five
and is certain to gain. lIe is buyingthe '
'r 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Baas -- through enemy defenses by concentrate .t( '.
safest security in the world in the ,
t 161' lD..hDm.. Fla. most convenient form in which the'security lug in one spot a large number huge "

i' of a great Government has ever fighting Tanks, great armored cars, ,

{ J' rLEWIS.O'BRYANI been offered' to Its people. equipped with rapid firing guns and '
Why you should buy them.-The
:. .. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW FertilizerWith i main reason for the purchase of War- machine guns. They.smashed through .

J" :; 91t Waring Building. Savings Stamps la because your country mile after -mile of the "Hindenburg
.tt? is at war. Your country needs
r f ':'," r t every penny which every man, woman, Line" with very little loss of life to our

fd :'" "J. W. THOMPSON full realization of the disastrous influence of and child can save and lend, in orderto Allies. ,

the war on all business rou tine, -our buyer have put 'feed, clothe, arm, and equip the ,

s %al Director forth unprecedented effort to secure the greatest-advantages soldiers and sailors of_America and,to We must have the greatest Tanks, the I _

possible; for our trad*" win this righteous war in defense of greatest guns, and the most of .them; to' i ;

1 c 'peep I American honor and the cause of democracy save the lives of'our American '
AND
J1 throughout the world.If boys.'I;
sited .. Full stockRightPricesWe 'I+k
: we are to win tae'war, we must Give United States War Saving Certificates '
r 7 .iCtr4SED EMBALMER win it as a united people. The sav- I
for Christmas instead "
of
I gifts ,
of woman and
,t ngs every man, child
' have a complete line of fertilizer and the .
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' Store and Chapel,' Stewart AY* are necessary if w e are to hasten the gold pieces. They cost $4.12 each in
greatest stock of fertilizer materials ever known in ,
11..'..n.... F1. tr victorious ending -of the war. WarS December 1917.
the State of Florida. Prices are higher than In norma They are little five-

: times, but are as low as consistent with exist- Government Bonds :
; r year bearing 4
; per
OBII WRITE I. CO.&pU..vs. ing conditions, ..J
......EY.rNe.Twset. cent Compound Interest--worth 5.00 ,,

% _t at maturity. Each one you give may
; .or hilI wlw pair Ideal Formulas

: ::FURS quick relief take Dr. Kings save a life. .. \..
Used 50 years. Checks .
T ...... ... the cold. Stops the cough. Try it. I \ '
Our formulas all have the same perfect propor-
.GMt_e'-IM_ _ tioning and blending of ingredients that havo made fiSold by U1 druggist* Wont you l let UI have ,the honor and privilege of selling' ., ;

What is LAX-FOS their superior field value the past quarter century." you the gift which will save the lire, of,Mine American
Quality bai not been sacrificed' in the slightest degree boy't.
,Ux-IDIIS AM IMPROVED CASCARA la .
; Write for catalogue and price list
'_ Dfgeativ Liquid laxative. Cathartic
NF
nd 14 vet Tonic. ContaJnlc.scuaDark. \. N I'SCOVerv

)yc1Blu.: Flag Root;Rhubarb Root. Black Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. STATE BANK
Root May Apple Root SenD Leave and i
pepsin.pals--romlatictaste.; r for Condhs/ Colds ,
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t abie) Manufacturer IDEAL FERTILIZERS of
Kissimmee
.", ,CORRESPONDENTS W.ANTED' Dealer in Spray. Machines and Insecticides. The Evil, af Constipation '.

:; Jacksonville, Florida Leaving waste material in the body "i
poisons the system and blood and Resources .
GaxetU $600,000C.
I 'The wants correspondent
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,'"'. In every community Osceola county Waters '& Carson Grocery Co. Local Agents makes you liable to sick headaches,
.biliousness nervousness and muddy A.'C ilSON ..
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will the ROMA
Send in th. news, itk ., help skin.' Try Dr. Kin,'. New Life Pills. I 'I' IoMAs. Ca.hU ..
'-it paper and-wlll;keep* TOUT. Section beJTort -. o I' Prompt relief, 25c. At all druggists.. ,\ ,'
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The New England l Society met onTuud.y' Miss Eda Epple; chaplain E. J. RJggs ",, ,
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afternoon. Dec 11, in upper executive committee Mr. Tomlinson, Over the statement given to the ;;: institute- for the'teach- 1 -
Mr.Mason and Mr. Harvey. Bia..wr i
G. A. R.hall. Opening songAmeri! Pianist, Miss Epple; chorister Mrs. I, press by llenry Ford in which he corroborates county, held at the Kis-

f!.." Prayer by Rev: Riggs. Readingof Wentworth; press correspondent,' Mrs.E. . the"rumor that he has given : school 'building Friday, *'

the'minutes, by the, secretary, Mrs. D.. French. The following program the use of his factories and warehouses i ecl one of the most sea:;
Mary Doughty. The treasurer being in charged Mrs. Doughty was well and '
to the government the allies tinc. in the history of the
absent there was no report. Committee rendered:
"" without any financial profit to himself was attended by'nearly the
on resolution to be passed on the A German reading byC. C. Leister;
and in which he also makes ..omethought.ful .
fore ift the county,
death of Rev. Dunlap, were Mr. 'and selection by Mr. Burch, violinist, and
Mrs. Tomlinson and. Mr., Mason:, on Miss Bitter pianist; reading by Mr. observations on the war teachers falling .to be pres m
and the days to follow 'the .war, one
Mr. Se.&Taves' de.th. Mrs. Wentworthand Burch "$eesie' Tries Conservation"; Today women are proud to show
t ,
newspaper headline reads, "I1e ri
IT Miss Epple; on the death of Mr. song, "Tara'a Hall" by Miss Epple. Yowell opened the their skill in / "4"
letter read from Mr. and Mrs.H. Ford Converted To Universal Mill: after the prayer by Dr. W. ; ; cakO-makiaC-fl/ill""l'-
Wheeler,. Mr. Harvey Mr. Epple and A was .1' '" ( :
i Mr, Currier.: The following officerswere C. Bagley. Mr: Adams will have tary Training"; but that headline by appropriate re- too, they d many eggs

j I elected for the year: President' charge of the meeting next month. writer had not read Ford's statement, and other rich materials.. They are '
. else he never would,, have'uee4 that : of primary meth using wholesome CottoleiM becauseCoaolene t'
Banner audience.
Mr. Adams; vice pres., Mr. H. II. Ma Star Spangled by
lie would have left out the
son"; 2nd vice pres., Mr. Harvey; eec Benediction: by-Rev. Riggs. Adjourned caption. Lucy Witherspoo'n as puts both economy! and t
, word "military"' and used'"industrial" Miss Eton Guice, was so flavor into their cakes cookies. '1 +
retary. Mrs. Mary Doughty; treasurer to meet 2nd Tuesday In January. ,
f ., In its place. as to be a model school dem- pastry'into. all their, baking and'}::n
e 'Our government must never abandon and was pronounced one, frying. "iII .

If Auxiliary; Holds; Annual Election' ] are the being barracks built,"and he army say camps'! "When that : helpful ,feature 'of the RECIPE ",.,. '.

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, I ----. peace comes, the world will be ready I rgil Kent gave' a practical Carawa:Cookie,
, The Elsie P.-McElroy Auxiliary held Officer of the Day, Mrs. Rose Wood; I can.' bedone
The will what
for disarmament. people unother. : .of ,
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. . -ift-U9trtn.etll'lg: ,Lallyy/iceaoi.tha.; Gaaadr..111rs.. i4s"l '"clt i- "'in i"he" : n' "; t10ur 1- D
. f"- ., :"t.Mg 1 < Mendar hB't5F"'CGIr&Klt'3'C j 1tmIr'in1\\ : ; ea1' :. grade ? cup sugar
afternoon Dec. 10th in their rooms bie M.=Gardiner"Lady; :Chaplain; Mrs. ,The Germ n: will see that the on ""Attention," by Proto 2 eggs i w.ll.b.aten lXt.bl.-n.car.
; II.! ..! upooniod s.rsy..da.,
Mrs.
Maggie Woodward; Lady Sentry,
, New York American and the Frenchman he went of St. Cloud; one on 1 buttermilk Rabin.CreamCottol.Maddsugsrgrsdually., ,
In the Miles building on cup
Ella Kenney;; Lady )picket, Mrs. Anna are' he" ia Miss Star Pals
out to 1 kill just.as good as Study, by )
I a vel'ue.! After the usual business was Turner; Lady Color Beard! No.1 Mrs. and the American will feel the sane' ; in the Schools," by Miss eggs soda dissolved in milk nit, s..qi, j i.

transacted the following named ladies Pauline Wise; Lady Color Bearer No. way about the German. Then we ," and "The Care of 'and flour to- make a soft doughs, Chill I
for 1918 2, Mrs. Marie Phelan Lady Musician'. dough roll, cut, Dae pe.dd l raids r
, were elected to fill the chair : ; must develop a great national l army and Grounds," by In of each cOokie '* V
center
,
f Lady Commander, Mrs. S. E. Houston; 'Mrs. Minnie Barber; Lady Patriotic( for: training all our young men be- Pherigo .completed the "

: : L dy. Vice Commander Mrs. Esmerel- 'nstructor Mrs. Elmira Westcott; Ex- tween the ages of 18 and 21, We can session. ..

da Vreeland; Lady Deputy Commander ecutive Council: Mrs. Emma Williams, bring} them together from farms and the program for the aft-
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Mrs. Dorothy Jaques; Lady Adjutant Mrs. Mary 'N. Hill; Mrs. Lettitia Da- cities in the winter time to the barracks L. O.' Rogers conducted Cottoleiie:: .
' Mrs. Dora Francher Lady Quartermaster vies. On January 7th, 1918 the aux: '
; ; and training places.. ting test of efficiency of -The MtttataSh,4I..; F'. "'
l Mrs. Mary Doughty; Lady iliary and garrison will\ hold a joint "Youngfmericans- need discipline.In by taking pupils from the - , -' t
Stillwell Lady visitation in G. A. R. hall at 3 : At groom in tIM "
1'. )Master Mrs. Nancy ; p. and the addition
m..1 this service army the governmentcan giving. OhODYeaieDt.s..s '. +
; 1'" teach them order and train them .
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Sunday school on the conservation t J work. They should have ,a few paper on 'English i

ATTHE! CHURCHES basis. No candy will. be given as hours of gymnastics: and drill and five ..," by Miss Elsie Skilton UNITED STATES NAV vAT :......-, !
4 six hours of work in by Miss Florrie Wilkes. BIG STATE FAIR 'J
treats and the children are going to or : a factory every 1". .{
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.,' make presents to the ''orphanage at day. Near each encampment there Tribble read a paper COST $25,000, Ttf"'l'

. \<, S PRESBYTERIAN CHUKCH Jacksonville. can' be located a' few factories for in the Grades." Then '- w.

I Morning services, 11:30 a. m.. Mrs. Marion Jennings has been tractors and other implements that Evans, conducted a num In addition to the mammoth'exhibit.a" ",

Evening services 7 p.. m. elected as superintendent of the farmers need; . that might be of the United States. Department. ;r?t
Christian Endeavor 6 p. m. works be l profit by the rural teacher Agriculture Bureau of Animal Industry "' ,' '
I Bible School 9:30 a. m. Junior. Epworth League. These! fine Many governmental might ;:: ,
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7 p. m. youngsters are especially fortunatein built by this army of young men, he I Fletcher whose name Forestry''' Department Got t '
- -- - - -- -- ---------------------- the for a Roads Btat*
Rev, J. T. W. Stewart, pastor. securing such a capable leader, and on program paper Dep.rtmentand Weather .f" ,
--How Best Taught," was reau, at.,the. Florida StateFair, rind'"'
/ this insures the healthy growth o! this ,j+.
LIVINGSTON" MISSION METIIO- important branch of the work SHINGLE CREEK ,- but her paper was read Exposition which will be held )tn Ja&ffSg: ? y

j DIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH The Ladies' Aid Society gave their\ N. II; Bullard. sonville from February 26 to March?; \

Rev.II H. Bowen pastor. Annual Bazaar last Tuesday. It wa \ talk on, "Patriotism 9, 1918; Inclusive. .Secretary of 'the > ;,1":
Sunday services: The weather is cool at present.
very
'Miss Elizabeth Aultman hansnneunoed' "
Sunday school', 9:30: a. m. a great day, and all worked hard and Navy Josephus Daniels, '
The school is busy practicingfor
Preaching 10:30: a. m. harmoniously. The proceeds exceededthe very institute. to President W. F. Coachman, General Ir'( i
w Junior Epworth League 3' p. m. expectation of those in charge. the entertainment to be given at Orange county's trav Manager: B. K. Hanafourde, Secretary; flU :
Epworth League, 6:30 m. the church here Christmas eve.night during the f '
p. The Idaies have now earned: enough to f was present B. R. Kessler, Vice' President D.1Df l tai
General Class Meeting 6:30: p. m. We invite all to"come. took in\,the discus f
part and '
their share toward the. Upchurch Treasurer A, PCB n. .
Preaching, 7:30: p. m. pay new annex. 'Overstreet spen't'the night with 'flt
Prayer meeting, Wednesday 7 p. m. The Woman's Hon\e Missionary So- : thony.-that he will send to the ,Yf
Official Board Meeting every first ciety held their regular' meeting at FV F. Tyner attending. the institute State Fair a gigantic Naval .Exhr q. ;.
Tuesday 7 p. m. x. Mrs. W.. O. Bronson visited Miss costing approximately $25,000 " 11" 1,
the church last An interesting
: , Sunday School Board :Meeting, sec- Thursday Lucretia Overstreet"Tuesday'L? f..fmi| : Evans Miss: Al .toMi U
., : : } 1 -RAM semble.. ".. ,' ;
L lond Tuesday 7 p.'' m.;>;u. V'W:,*.a! ,: 'y programwas'rendered and all .BabyitIrViniis'mprovingifromahlsJBDenniwes t'1" r". '"\ :]!I
; 11', f;, | :" ;:'t. ; L70'RogenIMissJee: "
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'W 1t Fr.:'ii. S.,''Jadle.'JAld and class present erehelped.p | -" Ji! cTcknes ; .!! : + ; :,This naval exhibit:will\ include'iatureMbattleships.torpedo ,
-work' upon announcementJVBfeHIHHVQfAH .lIM.rli d MrsK.jMJHoldon and theirdaughter spel l J lf .|(Missel Ennajjltotham', ; : boata,' i4\\

I !seats'''Jree.Jf'-.AH OiSindo \
church membership to this charge. "* Sunday. Virgil Kent, Miss Cleo requisites of the great United Stales i, '; I
Miss Iva Nis'wonger: visited Miss Miss Florrie Wilkes, Mrs. The will( '
LIVINGSTON MISSION. METIIO- They are now at home in their fine Navy. exhibit be partcnl! r<
DIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH place at the corner of Ohio and 6th St. Susie Tison Sunday afternoon. !, Mrs. F. C. Edwards, ly attractive to the FIbrldiait: and.via: ;' '
Misses Mildred! and Margaret Anderson -
<< \ Miss Cecelia
The choir is preparing a Christmas Thomason itor from other states, in that .Itfwil' :

, :, A revival meeting; has been in pro program to be rendered at a date .to, spent Saturday and Sunday Miss Mary C. Bryan Miss demonstrate to them the kind of. ve.V
with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Miss Ruth Clark, Miss -
gress for the past week, and the In. be announced later. Thisexcellent sels and'-machines'of' destruction; t

. terest is growing daily. The attendance organization gave an excellent pro- A Anderson. Annie is Miss Lucy Wither- sea-fighters are using 'in order!' )loy l,
Bell
Little Miss Bronson on
Elon Guice Miss Emma r
bring victory to Democracy and makrj '
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t fd i encouraging.? These meetingswill gram the Sunday after Thanksgiving.Their
the sick list this week. '
[ Nellie McQuarrie Miss
probably continue'over the holidays work Is greatly appreciated by the sea safe for the world. The peon

, the great congregation. Attending thischurch. with Malcolm Irlo Bronson.Overstreet Trent Sunday : Aultman. who misses this great naval e x>l ib/t .W ;,; Ir y
Lake-Miss EfTie Bass, '
Christmas is to be observed by the Chaa. of his nation's ocean fighting mac: j' : ) a
Mrs. P. L. Cromartie and Mrs.
Creek-Miss Iva Niawon- will .
f fail to appreciate the effort
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Garrett spent the day' in Kissimmeelast his to make ;'his home
country
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Wednesday. I -Mrs. Lottie Huff. from invasion of; German autocr i. '

I I LOCAL NEWS ITEMS I It kissinmiee Miss Iva made a 'business. trip to, Miss Elsie BattoiV.( and the exhibit alone will be more Uj7/ ''

Saturday. Park-Miss\ Ielia Creighton. worth 'the price of a ticket to' .

: I -Mrs. Rhoda Lurtts. Florida, State Fair. '
i FLORIDA STATE FAIR NOW IN r
1
!t Mrs. E. D. French of Ashton spent pint; at Mrs. Wnnl's: place on P",n Poin't-Miss Myra Hodges. -- -
"whomib
Tuesday in St. Cloud. sylvania avenue A. P. A. ASSOCIATION. I -Miss Betttie Pherigo.\ 4 day of

Mrs. Frank Lock'wood motored to M 1'', and Mrs. Dougherty and two( "ultrymen Of This State Will Be Assured -Miss Edna Schweikart. : ; !
-Miss Mary Pherigo.
children
Orlando Monday.Mrs. of Indiana have arrived and BowJltdOpen
Of .Competent Judging '
located Carolina !-N. H. Dullard, Miss Star .
are pleasantly on ave- ..
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The Florida State Fair and Exposition Miss -
] J. H Ferguson spent last VndPine road. Laura Lee Kate t
nue
Thursday In Kissimme. which will be held in Jackson Miss Kate Shadoan, Miss for busineu '!I*

Mr. S. B. Aultman, bf Kissimmee, : :Nurse!: Williams left Tuesday mornIng ville from Feb. 26 to March 9, 1918t Miss Mary Florence. DAY and NIGH1.1I\

", :', ruse;, St. Cloud bisitor Wednesday. for Johnson City, Tenn., having inclusive, is now a member of the Ide, Miss Fleda Doolittle. !
a on .1 *"
charge two old comrades, whom she American Poultry'Association,* duly Center-1\Iin Edna Calkins. Ladies welcome I at-all \% .
Mrs. M attie E. Crew, formerly of will place in the Soldiers' Home there. ,
accredited, the announcement of this : -Miss Mattie Tyson. Wednesdays, ,1 to 5 p.: ::,
___ Ohio,, arrived here Tuesday .evening; .
rheLadies" Aid and PrUcllla! Club distinctlonniavlng Been> received by -Mias Lillian Brack. ladies only.' ', .1\\: -
and wii\ the winter.
spend of the M. E. Chuchch held a food' sale General Manager B. K. Hanafourde ; -Miss Ob Campbell. I'\ M f
\
Mr. 'and Mrs. Frank Gilbert and and bazaar in the 'annex Tuesday and from, the secretary of the association.This 1 L. E: FLOR
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baby returned to Tampa Wednesday had a good crowd and things sold well. assures the poultry exhibitorsf for the Gazette, $2 yearly. I. S \ rrv
short visit here.
i morning after The entertainment committee of competent judging of their birds, .
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Mr. Newell, a brother of Mrs. West Elsie P. McElroy Auxiliary held its I UK, well as lends prestige to any honors ..

cott, arrived last Friday from New meeting Wednesday afternoon at the that will be carried off by prize MAN TO GO TO | OTRHE

Jersey and will spend the winter here. hr.me of Mrs. Meatyard on Massachusetts' fowls. ....,... ...,

Mr. Myron F. Barber of Montevideo avenue. I "All judging will be under A. P. A.standards ....... .rmlnmne and I..layout.....-..* .un'.y., KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTEand
. ...
. arrived..In St. Cloud last Friday morning Mr. Walker and Mr. Watson left on "" declares Dr. Hanafourde 1 .p.....n...<.ru concrete<.u. .work f
...... brldicra .... rrlflmlng get all die news of Oiceola
and Is pleasantly located at the Wednesday for a short trip ''to Winter I "and the poultry show at the State Ad......

Bonair house. Haven. Mr. Walker will go on to i Fair will be the biggest thing of its A. GINN. Civil Engineer County.
I
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Haymaker ofOhio Tampa and St. Petersburg for a short kind: ever attempted or held in Flor- [ !SAM--OHI: FLORID. RATE, $2.00'PER YEAR? ti G

arrived last week and'are st-I'- stay but wit return to St. Cloud. 'I ida." 1 I

The building in which the exhibit ---,-- --...- _
will; be held is 150x50 feet and Is in

keeping with the architecture of all

; ,:MUSTANGFor" Ask Your Grocer other bnildinps'.ot 'the State, Fair. 261 n


a RUSSIAN, PARLIAMENT OPPOSES
Sprains, Lamenese, I BOLSHEVIKI REGIME.

e Sores Cuts Rheumatism | 1 Early this week 'the' Russian Duma For All Kinds of Hauling'Quick :

I Penetrate and Heal (parliament) issued proclamation to :

.: Stop Pain At Once ,all nations that pleads'.for, them 'to -

For Man and Beast I support it as, the only elective- governmental ,

2Se.50e.ftl. At All Debra. j body in Russia. The Duma .
al80 'protea to the allies against the Motor Truck Servicet 1.

Germanic annexation of Courland and '

LINIMENT asks for protection: 'against German-, \ ' ,s

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TRE'KISSIMMEE'VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 14, 1917

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I AVIATION GAMP f'

'. Calomel Users Listen To Me t. r i iI

SANTA GLAUS: BOOMS ARCADIA .

I 'Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone i

..- (From Tampa Tribune)

. ARCADIA, Fla., Dec%!I.Speelal( ). (Your 'Qrpggist' gives back your money if it do sn'ti ; "
-Little else 1 is talked'of in Arcadia .
I
liven liver and. bowels and straighten
At A. S. GILBERT'SNow. these days except: tho selection of.Ar. your

.: cadia as the site of an aviation camp. you up without making you sick t tI

s '. ,The town is now: almost filled up with .

. Is the Time to Make strangers brought here by the coming I There's no reason why a person is mercury and attacks your bones.
activity to.be caused by the camp being should take sickening, salivating cal Take .dose of nasty calomel today
located here. -Saturday of omel when a few cents buys a large and you will feel weak, sick end
many bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone nauseated tomorrow. Don't lone a1111y'1l
-. Your Xmas Purchases. houses -a
and
the'vacant. occupied,
were
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perfect substitute for calomel.It work. Take a spoonful of I
owners of vacant store buildings can is a pleasant, vegetable liquid Dodson's Liver Tone instead and
now rent their. places of business ,at which will. start your liver just us you will wake up feeling jrrent. No ,
'4" While our Assortment is Good. Here arc a ,few .things that. will fait pricesbut; despite all this un surely as calomel l,, but it doesn't! more) biliousness, constipation, sluggishness < .. :
( 4 make the children )happy: usual activity the people show no disposition make you sick and ran pot' salivate. \ }headache\ ', coated tongue or
: to raise prices, 'which is a Children and grown: folks can take eoiir slomnoh.\ Your
)I Toys, Dolls,' Doll Carts, Games, Books,.Cow' Boy Suits, Fire,Works'- '." gopd East showing Arcadia for several the town.familes Out have in perfectly Podeon'B harmless.liver Tone' because'. it is ,acts"Oll'xl"n'l hl"tjt'1'<|,. find than r>od horrible.ons' Liver-calomel Tono '!4 -

I ,:' FOR THE GROWN UPS : ... come in ,with' tents, which have been Calomel i\J\) a Jaupcrous drug. It, your money' is waiting for )'(lU. +;

pitched on vacant lots. 'The hotels and ..
Manicure Sets ,Toilet Sets Box Stationery Xmas Boxes, Pictures, '
boarding-houses" 'being comfortably
of extension of time,. all' questionnaires draft will be sent to cantonments. by.
Frames, Salad Bowls, Glass Ware, Water' Sets, Table._, filled, fpr thtl first time in months, .will, be returned. .to local boprds the middle of' February-: provided\\.th. tl,; ,

:,;, Linen, Towels, Handkerchiefs, Tics, Shirt and Ituildinff evei'jftso'dy"Bees, raved!! )toad prosperity.To.Camp ahead.Site. by'Jan.' 8, and men under the second government is ready' to receive them.

.Waists, Children's Dresses, HandBags The Board of;County Commissioners -

k.' and..Jewelry. has put its road gangs at work on r tiY
.
rite hard road to ko to the aviation
} Don't fail to see our line before you make your purchases. Dry Goods, Shoes, and Notions ca'h1p. A U.-clay Sunday automobiles Nov. 20th

h Hate taking people out to view thelo'
'
,l, } ntio1Auto'mobiles' are now seen I ,, .

t' .... "; ?.' .-.A-. ..".......S' .. ", ..+. '.,.,..' .."...... .,.." ,here with tags on them' showing they ,.... ,
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[' # -.r--' ".::...;: '1'W WMIMM- M "Va lMV**-" )!. ;' =:' ''!,''- :Union.ntit fPrlhfaathtie14w4eryYd The 1 advertising the+tY6A aviation 1m 4he- .flf.! n ting a s 0 nJ. ; ; Qp' n s'. ,

( matter has given Arcadia has teen
T 45 Main Telephone 35 '
Street. the means .of bringing many people

here who previously never had heardof You will need Guns Shells Leg-;
--. -. - .-. .-- -- --- the town. ,
.. WHICH WILL YOU DO, MR. The leaders in the fight for the aviation -
GROCERS CALLED TO gins and Camping Outfits.
Alexander FARMER-DRAW INTERESTOR camp site are being complimented -.
: Finlay, on all sides. In this matter the
PAY HIGHER. TAXES MEET IN ORLANDOReports : Commercial Club took a leading part.
116 S. Orange Avenue For the last two weeks 'the club has See our big stock before buying of .. a
Orlando, Florida When 4-per-cent iberty bonds were almost
been holding a special meeting
.bar Residence :'and Grove; Sand ''LakeOrange offered'lately, Southern banks bought from the office of Food Ad- daily, to hear reports or take action Winchester Loaded Shells, Leg- :
all they could stand forandmadethe it
matter in. connection! With the
ninlstrator Braxton Beacham, at Or- on some
Center. i "
South's share of the loan a suc site, and Captain Lynch, the president Outfits
lando, indicate that the meeting of gins Camping Hunting ,
L.- .rreaeotm' i'A.'M.,Kl mm'. cess.Now 'wholesale and retail grocers of the of the club, has been one of the busiest ;I;: ,
it is your turn, Mr. Farmer, to State to be held, in that city on the men in town. Coats Shell Vests and Belts.
help relieve tho banks. Buy Liberty ,
Winter Haven Nurseries S .19th of this month will be well attended Sunday several wagons'loaded with "
bonds-for in February there will be ,
furniture in town, the people '
I for from, every city in Florida were peen .
another bond issue. have been received showing with them trying to get settled in
Unless these banks sell the bonds'i that responses the merchants; are greatly inter their new homes and.ready for business New Stock Hammerless Guns, $20.00, Up. t
they now hold, they will not be in a ested. today. The draymen are reapinga ,, ''..'

position to help flpat the next loan.If The meeting or conference with harvest, as well as the garages, and .,!, .'
Look at This the government needs their assistance Food Administrator Bea ham will be the man with a car that is worth making Ladies' 20 Gauge Shot Guns the
and doesn't get it, the money -
held in the Lucerne theater, where Is 1! into a truck'ils .in luck. Prices of .' .
will have to be raised by dtaxatiol1'
ample room for several hundred dele- old cars have taken a jump, as trucks '
: YQU WJLL) 'HAVE TO gates. The business session will begin will be bndly needed here. finest stock to pick from. .

Reduce Your Meat Bill! PAY YOUR SHARE. I I at 9 a. m. of the 19th, and, if the It is safe' to say that in a week's w'
Wouldn't rather loan to
.t you money plan of .Beacham. is successful, the time there will not be a vacant houseor
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the government at 4 per centand storeroom in Arcadia.QUESTIONNAIRES .
business of the meeting will be concluded a
.,* Try Floyd's' Market I absolute security for the ; principal I' by evening!, thus allowing thoseattending
: Makinson
I than to pay higher taxes and 'get no to return home without too SOON W. B. Co. k

oiD,Ste.k j..._____..?-____ .25"porterhouse interest I much loss of time .from their regular WILL BE MAILED OUT .1 ,
-' Steak._____... .25 You say you can't afford to buy war business.
:. } Round Steak'______,-4____ .25 bonds? What gave you 28 cents for James! L. Giles, mayor of' Orlando, All Exemptions Will lie Revoked On

Romp Roast ______...._____. 25 your cotton $2 for'your corn, and high has been asked to, assist in the recepjtion'of Dec. 15: -Much Work Ahead -- - -

Chuck Roast, Trimmed ?---- .20 prices this year for everything, V"'you"h t.f !: f",the, vlslt rs.; H.; H..Dickson! For Local!,, Hoards.I : c oi" .>>*... *4444**<* >>
Rib Stew ... :.4.-; .15 produced?%;>\ .The'ar' !Mv j \ : ;'I*,All, local. exemptiboanie! ale. preparing : .. . .
---- presidentEjof SJ theOrlandBoar'd} $of trt* -tlf > ? ;! ; ..'!'t: :" "" :: .. ., ,. ""I" ; 'io(.
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Brisket Stew .... 'i'' '*: -' '. .'.IT City l ;!folks l have beep more liberal l !L! >!? ( r *' '(i questi nnalres.to let marled out JVt "-\ '; ,,' .,." ', ,,'" "i' f'""' i '
M. v4MKWI9rM' has been ,
Sausage __.........._,.you Tradejalso Beachamtende<< il'atwelcomelt.oithe calledjin l "r byJMrj 'Decjjjijl!&Y and i* ch J: ''thereatt[er'|for '' 1._Hintst 7to th;i Wisea : 1 .
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_ 1 I tl Minced Ham J_'!.._*_*_ _._ 30 ha'ye.WMost*ofthemwork,, onsalariesthat .., merchants and!hotel men... . 'i"fiI! ,twenty)day's-:-excTu, !vPfp tl.sllndiYsand ; ! ,

t '. : .',; Franks __..__=___j._______ .30 have not increased for years, but Mr. Beacham is pointing\ out that holidays. Under the new draft rl
'.\ '- Bologna ...____.._.._______ .30 they are paying double as much for the conference is not to be given over regulations, all exemptions heretofore ::3: / Sufficient.
... 1 Pig Heads and Feet, lb. ____ .10 YOUR farm produce as they did a to long speeches or entertainment, but granted are revoked, and questionnaires t
., . 1 Sliced Ham, Swift's ___,.35 & .40 few years ago. 'is primarily and, specifically for busi- will be sent to all persons who i. Whitman's Candies
.; Sired Swift's Bacon =_-___ .50 Which is the more patriotic You :, ness. The arranged for the registered June 6, excepting those act ,

".,. : :4 Pork Chop .___-_____-___. .25 or they Whose dollars! are fightingthe occasion consists program of up-to-the-minute ually accepted for military service or Durham Sammy Kit Sanitax '
,\ I n ''Pork, Stew __________..___ .20 war? suggestions to be considered by the who have been reported as deserters.It ; .

jI 'fl. Pork Roasts__________.23 & .25 These points are written to make, merchants and, after the short ad- is absolutely necessary that all reg. Kit Travelers ManicureI
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Hi : or' the istrants report to the nearest ..localboard' Sammy ,
: '; fW.: also have a Full Line Gro. you realize duty you owe yourselfand dresses to be made by a few selected fJ
met at rock bottom prices. Will your country to buy 4 per cent in case of change of address
"I speakers, the delegates. .will have a Sets Christmas Cigar Boxes '
bonds NOW. A United States since June 6, so that the question
en>er jronc order promptly! whether Liberty clear field for attention to matters 'of ; r ,
article Liberty bond is practical.. naires will reach them.- "
or.amaIL Every government (
guaranteed business.
arge lest "Local exemption boards have received J: Cigars and Cigaretts i :\ -
or money refunded.. We ap- ly the same as money. securityon Hotel and restaurant men of the .
'predate' your basinets. Get our Earth. Can be sold in the open State are showing the greatest inter the following, notice from Provost .\"'."I.,

v prices o' Feed and Flour. market any borrow time for its face it than value;, est in the meeting! and will\) be there in mitted; Marshal-Gi1 through Major cral Crowder Edward,Anderson trans- Perfume Atomizers, Imported Toilet x 3
or you can more on on
numbers, to the
according! responses at Tallahassee, who is in charge
LOY.O any other collateral. reaching -Beacham'a office. The 1: Waters and Extracts Safety I
of the selective draft for Florida: ;
Talk over this) with your banker. general public twill be keenly inter- ,
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1"Pleaso cause the broadest and most
i ested in the results of this meeting
as
Razors and
'I' extensive and continuous possible publicity Stationery.'Y
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1 1-6 Visiting card printed by the Valley .
... frai e it 'will mark the first announcement and
to be given-through local
Gazelle Job Department of Administrator Beacham's to
plans
: district boards, the newspaper, end x Let Us Help You Decide Your Christmas Present
lower the cost of living in Florida.
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J by all other possible means- warn-
t That does not that he contem-
( ,: mean ing to, all registrants who may have
plates any action dangerous to busI- changed their places of abode and I
:: ness in the grocery trade, but that he postofTice address, to communicate i.n- : Central Drug Storeir&WMrWH&HrWt
eSplitNickle Grocery has formulated plans which he believes
iF11ie; :;, will be beneficial to both con- mediately with their local boards, .
where they .registered, and' furnish _ _ __
sumers-and merchants alike. .. .
their addresses, that'ques- --- ' -- - --
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'ii tionnaires' which will begin to be t.oOOtO .. t oooo oo
ill offer for sale Saturday only just
KISSIMMEE MERCHANT'S WIFE mailed Dec. 15 will reach such, regis
". J SURPRISES HER FRIENDS trants without delay. Registrants are

for an eye opener: bound by lawto, keep themselves advised ; Wanted : To BUY $ .
"After a spell of Typhoid Fever of all proceedings in respect of
: 7 years age I began to suffer from them, and failure to do so may resultin y..

Self-rising Flour, 24 Ibs. ____$1.50 Oat Meal, bulk Ib_________ .07 indigestion and gas in my stomachand their losing the right to claim exemption
colic attacks. This gradually or dlocharge.; Please request Camphor Berries I a
I' '12 lb. sack .,------------- .80 Coal Oil _.__-_.?__________ .13 became so bad that my doctor advised newspapers to give this warning broad I ;
an operation for gall stones.A end continuous from this i ;
tr ..JEjIUburT Floor*' ,12 lb. sack __ .85 White Baton _._.__________ .32 friend advised me to try Mayr's time until the process publication of mailing the l Will $9.00 bushel and .

Pillsbury Flour. 24 lb. ..ck.. 1.60 Very Best White Bacon _____ .35- Wonderful Remedy which I did questionnaires has been accomplished. pay per t
t 1 with splendid results. My friends Crowder.."

j' St Charles Baby Milk ______ .05 Compound Lard, lb. _______ .24 I were astonished at my rapid im- I Registrants In Classes. t express charges for Camphor i. .
provement. I have' 410 more bloat- of all .} '
: Carnation:Mj1k------- .5 Sliced. Ham, lb. ___________ .40 I By :means: the new system, :c
I l ti ing and can eat anything wish. registrants under tho registration of Berries free from stems and trash. t'x. '
i 'y
,, ;,!'naa1 '.- .Baby, can________ .06 Fresh Pork Chop, lb. ______ .25 It is a simple, harmless preparationthat June 5 will be placed in classes rep- i ,
removes the catarrhal mucous resenting their degree of liability. y
'':l-t'! ;GaldCroM-" .-____?_____1: .06 Pork .Roast ____-____16e to .20 :from) the intestinal tract, and allays This will put the draft on the ,best Express To .
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Pet small.. __.,v,- -7c, 3 for .20 Pork Stew, Ib. --_______=:_ .16 the inflammation which causes practically possible basis, so that those who can f
: all stomach, liver and intestinal kest be spared 'will be sent to the war
j ; : ;Va.Camp's, asap __7e, 3 for--:a0. Other things at correspondingly ,ailments, including appendicitis. One T"those who can not well be spared
dose will convince or money refunded. wilt)( 'remain 'Instead (of leaving the
i" $..tker's pats, package -____ .10 low prices. 'J. Z. Roberson, druggist! matter largely tQ chance, as .hereto- A. W. 'MANGUM

rl fore. ti
? 1- Pile Cured In 6 to M Day
BRoAow.AYr Tovr drartot will refuse. nancy U TAZOOINTMRj4i Questionnaires must be filled out R. F.' D. No. I; Green Cove Springs, Fla,
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.1ta to C M .7''' '' ot Itching. and returned within seven days after
BUBd.BlMdlacorPTo rvdlBnie.ln6tol4d >.. '
The w -Ant z,appUcdioa- give*USM tad flut. Set their.receipt: Thus, excepting in case .. .....'oo. to. 000 ooooououoo o 00'0000.004- 0 oOooo, "

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. Proceedings of : LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS Florida In and for Oaoeola Or"'haneery ,' ..
: OF REX I gation. : the underslataod. s.Master .\ ,,
The redemption l of tax sale certift" '-, In Chancerywill oell a*v'
the -:---- outcry for cash In hand.,to tho-d '" '...
City Council ate No. 42\sale of 1914, and subae-. bidder at the front door of the ,.-
_ V1 OTICM TO CREDITORS louse In Kloalmmoo, County of -
: In :the present European war Eng- | friend William Temple. The old gentleman quest omitted years (amounting with THnVoVNTT,. I IIN 1*. Florida, during the legal boors of
I rOt-'HT or Jl'IKJK. aal I., on Monday.the 7th day of January -
,M>nd and France have, 'displayed awelkne5u Is a curiosity to many of our December 4, 1917. Interest and coats to $72.41)) was &1. STATIC OK FLORIOA. OSCBOL.A A. D. 1118. the followingdescribe. *
readers but know him to b. owed upon payment of 5000. COUNTY pl'ep.rt* to-wlti '
we a
"" which proved their inability straightforward, honest industrious. The Council met in regular session, The question of Inltalli r'lIchta at .. 't. B.*at. .ff Ksally '0. Tat.... On.Lot Hundred numbered. and Twelve Slat)!.((IS llO) >of_BloeU f then,
Distributees
'to cope' with Germany. It U useless man who is frequently imposed upon, there being present F. II. Lawson, Fair Greunds at an early date was To and all all Creditors person, L.egateee.having: claims or, demands plat Town of of said Ht.Town Cloud filed.according In the office to th of.

to' temporize in this affair and strive but will\ not tolerate the injury of Pres., W. W. Carson Roma Thomas, referred to Light Comittee with .powerto tlto'Y.tu. and agalast each,.r.Xoutoal'I'said estate:hereby no : for he..said Clerk Osceola ol the County Circuit by Court the In S ml-and

'to apologize, for their lack,of success, anyone. B. E. Haley Howell Bass J. S. Cadel, act. i claims and and demands which you. or cither any. nole Land and Investment Company.Purchaser .

for, the facts have demonstrated the The Democratic Rooster struts Mayor Milton Pleder, acting city atty. On motion It wag so ordered that of ynu, may have against the. ostateof deed. to pay, for special mastec
lat of
t' f tremendous power which the Teutons about in all\ the glory of his belong. and J. R. Gilbert clerk. Mrs. Mahaley Edwards be allowed ()aceol Emily* county.O. Tatman Florida, deceased to the- undersigned Dated this 7th day of December, A.

possess and the comparative weakness ings. His lady: hens look upon him The minutes of the fast meeting widow's exemption on taxes for 191'1'1 within two Administratrix year. from the of said date hereof.I eatate,. i' D. KIT.as Special'MILTON Master PLEDGER In Chancery', .

of the allied powers. On the land with awe and when one of them lays were read and approved, reports of Communication; from Mr. B. >at.d Dec.ALMA.Mb. .AT\.f! *.\7ftrFlON. VR1BI18 *for 8TEKD.Solicitors Complainants.. $l4t' "

Germany has foiled the attempts five-cent" egg, thy cackle in unison. officers were examined and approved, Am -Orlando, asking that patriotic tl-t Administratrix.! ,

made to invade her soil; In the air her The grand jury found bills against bills approved and ordered paid as follows electric sign be placed across Broadway I -.--' -. $1':141.11I0':, -HIPS
AlMII6TI5ATOht45 f !H1TIeIOTOSELL
planes have carried terror to many of four parties In connection with the St. : was on' motion referred to E. L. IIKAL BHTATHi will he received. up to 10:00 o'dock'a.. -

the.moBt; noted places; Pnd on the waiter Cloud fire. ,They are all\ out under 3 It Cadel. "..I. as Mayor _-. ___..$10000 Committee for consideration.Bill I ('oi IIT or roi/xTT-: jrnnK. HTATIJ m Hoard, Saturday:of County January Comlssloncrs Ilth, 118,obIm- ,

her submarines have overcome ev- bond, their cases being land over un (1 W '.Overstreot.1 sal. as 'marshal ,76,00 presented for 63.23 balance due 0l"I'IAItll. .,%, f HtKOI.0llMTl! 1 cmila County Klorlda, for grading,
J /W ( .del. sal as mAyor-------- 80,00 draining, and surfaclnir with asphalt or
'thing'that has been sent out to'de- til the spring term ofCircuit\ C: K Tlson. sal as police ______-_ 6S,00J7. Ro S. Floyd for supplies furnished: I.**r** *Kxtat*. .( tifvrf II. ?a6am, ,1c. approximately thirty'Seven mites of

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atrQf' them. and thus far the advan- ,court, which will Convene ,?n the Rolierson Ullbert. sal.Ml.dnrli treasurer and deputy 15.00 ('expense) in building bridge across Xotlo la h.rrhy' ''flv..n0 all whom It County roadway Florida.Mperlflcatlons nine feet. wide In Osceolm

has with these despots but collector --------------- -- 10000Lowla ake,.was on-motion ordered paid. ,may concern that mhr' Morrison, will be furnished. upon '
'tag. )been fourth Tuesday in April; o'rlrynn, sal city attorney 2600: ns AdmlnlMtratrlx of estat offioorap application to J.-.... Overstreet Clerk of
'whenour troops get to the !,'ont we Those Interested>d in the .Farmers' KH Lswo.Ha1mbr.oou0cIi .,._ S 00 On motion it was ,so. ordered that K Tstman.. deceasedwill, on the Hoard of County l ommla..l. ner. of
\VV Carson. sal. ml>.rcounow.| K,00Itnma the 2<>th day nf A U. 151$. apply >
fully believe the end will come and Loan Association had almost despaired Thomas, 'snl. 111 hr. council BOO the city'attorney see Mr. II. C. Stanford -' lo the .J..lluar'j..m... W Perkins. Florida.lOacli sreoli\. County Florida,.at Klsslmmeen'''
ll IC ....I. mIr rnunrll ___ fi.00 Circuit Judge In and for said
States will\ have the IIAI..y reogard'to amount subscribed: proposal must be accompanied
that the United J r honor of terminating' of the most but it has come at last,. however\ HtatH Hank of KI..... rent for Nov, 40.OnKIMH. to bridge fund. County o(,)Voluxla, at 10 o'clock matter a. m. U.OOO,60( made payable to Rrnest. Mach,.
thvraftiT the eon
Tel. Co., phone rent A mes 6,20 or aa anon as .
Chairman of the Hoard
of
-terrible struggles that the' world has Grumblers, must remember: that the J It Gilbert stamps clerks office 2.16 There being no further business, the ha heard for authority to sell at public and such proposal County' must Com.mtualonera bedollvered '
'down U W Overstreet. fefil! 'I prisoners council I adjourned to' meet in regular or private sale, the following described: or 1... ".
. pressure and post M C ._.-I.-,__-_.- 11.to real estate, County street Clerk to the Board of
fall will\ be caused by her own foolhardiness bear on the country's officials on accoimt II M THVlorirrorerlea charity K.00 session Tuesday, Jan. 1t, 1918, at >t four <4)) In Section one ( I)' ..fl4 Conimlflfiloners. I Lot .n of R."tlon'lwo (1) and Nor 'Mi
W C Oro Co, mule feed 2L25 two .
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In this country..in :1 7:30: p. m.: Iwots three $ forcing of the war has cI'eated'delay It Ployil. inuln rcfd -...-::::: 28:2S ) (4) or all bids.
Kaiser Stout Lumber Co, Ibr for C the
L.
could
t to the contest ,and Which was unavoidable. M Wonrtall, sal snpt St work OK.0M'nirin ,- II) all In township Twenty-nine Un) to OVKHSTItUKT. '
Clerk the Hoard of
liav* foreseen how quickly we could Hunters' Paradise is_again invadedby I Uaymnn, HI. work __:_ 39 01) J. R. GILBERT President.' Huuth flange twenty-nine (29) Oian.I. slonera of Osceola County Florida.Commit
, Countyi
Ions HWV "f of Section two (2) .
Ham .Johnson St. work ___._... 7.BO RK't 51.61
emerge from a commercial to a war.like. gome determined huntsmen and if Have Button St work ..._.h_._ 15,onM Clerk.. Townshti> Twenty-nine (2") South of ,, ._
I' C 8i>aver, sal scavenirar ,. SO 00 ItanRff Twentv-nlfle (2$) Kant In the.,
nation we feel. atlsned lie would .res"ultl'do not follow it will be ii'iorida. "'A LED Bins .
\0. ,. accounted Klojd Tate. sal i. scavenicer ::: 6000M : County of Polk. State of
have been .more. careful I.how he for by"' the extreme timidity J Crowder sal .sexton\ -*'. 10,on TAKES OFF DANDRUFF, Which application will be baaed upon whllbe' received Up to 10.00 o'clock a. -
.
sale nlo
KIlL Concert Ftarid donation ._ 5( .00Chapter the petition for such now on
. 4: .' "aroused us.foreshadowing. . \ of. the deer. House donation ___*. *_ 25.oo HAIR STOPS FALLING In said Court.1)ated m Hoard, Saturday.3nuary of County Commissioners ISth, 1918. of by Osceola the

:....i.-It. Wlikurt" Wi ts som'br Cqfl'gr ll j Is agalrf in session 'an J H outlaw, poet tor cemetery . K,BOJjUnfer 1X-C 8th.ALMA A. l T.). MORRISON.1K17. County, Florida for an IMSII of .
"' !:! A I'rather. supplies .... A.00\ {
.. I27t, nooo cent '
0p..r Special .I
'fo' may' ', uiir 'iir p: our SWh1' *;;' sVOf"t1uty'Wawait : ; : .:. \:JUAn.J.'na1ln work;; .ttn"tgJt'm"I"; rtre; trucft-T-1' !;.:;. .''!3,7/1.HWHV /\ ....y.,)'oUI'.Halr1..7l. Q.t.a ,email bottle tt-6t AdministratrixM ,incT, llrldira District Bonds. Road"
on ; ...., iI.
.: .
of'C" An Information relative to such bonds,
: is a thing past. The the doings of that body av1th .upfer, ...c..f Day roll lire dept. S5.00.Corner of. Oandarlne right now Alsd", lfl'l.I'It.H-'UI. "Ioj1i\( .. I \ l'I'n'll'hl..tr"l1' __. ''P'I..t1"'"-...-..-. ;-. -.;.;..*i'"
i with the grand ._!>ru.If r Htore, medicines, _ tops Itching scalp. '. Tohn L.
.secrecy connected jury full confidence in their patriotism amT ... : Overstreet, Clerk to the Boardof ..
inr prinonors .w.- --" "'-' '' f "" Notice Is "'r..hIvf.n that. under am County Commissioners' of Osceola
and their. compu1810n'to give every regard for the welfare of their Valley Gazette tax receipts .'__ 1760 Florida.
I'tnnates. cozatituents. ) by virtue of a final decree In'Chancery County, /
,___________
Runn
:' doubt Iii favor of the law produces a Jerry Janitor 1.76, Thin, .brittle, colorless) and acraf-gv entered on the Soth day of August A. H All bids must be accompanied by .
M
A Morris wood for city hall 4 00Osceola
: Lair is mute evidence of a. neglected 1017 in the caae of nulah Carr and certified check In the sum of 15.000.00,
sequence which appears to me to be With hearty congratulations over .. Hdw Hdw Co.Co.., nails ewer for pipe cemeterv __- 263.64OuePol scalp| of dandruff-that awful scurf. (deorice. Carr her husband com.la'n.. mad. payable to Ernest Mach Chairman .. '

Injurious to the best interest of justite. !- the success ye editors' have obtainedin work ._...._.__,_*__..___ ..12Osceola There is nothing.. destructive to ants K. .johnaton.vs. Charles respondent"lonegan. .pendlna In of,. and the such Board bid of must County be delivered Commissioners .
Hdw Co.. lights for F 1> Lao the hair as dandruff. It robe the hair the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judi.- - Overstreet,
A bill indictment ften causing -
making the Valley Gazette one of J C UrIITIn. work on mower ____ 2.71Onceola
chat of the State of Florida In Clerk the .
Circuit to Board nf
of its lustre its strength and its. very County CommUsloners
,., . an innocent man to remain in confinement the best and most influential journals Frnole Chem.Motor. Co Co.;. disinfectant.sup. F D ___,_ 1101 11.66 life; eventually producing a feverishness and. for Qareola County. In Chancery: .. KI..lmm..Io'lol'ld&. \
the underilRned, Special Master In The Doard
as the to
reserves right '
:, six months. In proof of this in the state will drop out "for this Miss canning nina club mlth.. donation____...tor__ and itching of the scalp which if Chancery, will sell at public sale at the Ject any or all hlds re*
----- .- 10OO not remedied the hair roots to door of the Court House In KlsslmmeeI'lorlda. JOHN I,. OVRRSTRRET,
.. 'We have only to notice that very.many week. R 8 Floyd sup. brldire'work -_.;_ ft.21W causes Clerk
to the highest and best bidder to the Hoard
of Commit
County ,
shrink loosen and die then the hair
show weakness. That A Joiner sal. supt LAW pint 150.00( hour. of sal
; of these. cases a for cash duringthe legal sloiiorsof Osceola County.Florida6l6t .
.
> I" Gardner, sal. engineer I I. P 83.10: falls out fast. A little Danderlne tonlght.Dowa.n1 lOonday. -
> the 7th day of A.
. confirm it would V IiElIlu.. sal ________ n January
OL petit jury cannot 10 CENT "CASdARETS"FOR engineer Kl SO D. the described reAl
wll 118 following
time- | surely Ave
... Tom Miller lineman ___ ______ 700J
, :apityar to.me that 'a community LIVER .AND BOWELS. M Hansell bal. sal __n h______ 14.75 your hair. and the personal of'property Osceola, now and situate State In .\nMIM. Tn\TOIf" NOTICE TO BKI.l.HKAI .'

magistrate hearing both aides' of the Lewis Durham bal. sal ________ 1060 Get a. small bottle of Knowlton' : County, to-wlt: oKlorlda KHTATR.la ,,
of the lawyers Hall) Baldwin work on.. sewer 10.01Walt'r Danderjne from andrug store. You The northwest quarter of the Court of Consity Judge, Stslo ofFlorida. .
work __ .
Simon
question and the pleading Cure Sick Headache, Constipation on newer 10 00 and the southwest.0ulh.1
Will V.te.labor, L ft W P _... 6,28 surely can have beautiful hilr and lots east quarter I .
endowed with.the sarr" -rra: lliousness. Sour Stomach, Bad C W.Webb labor L W P ___. 1.71Chas. of it If you- will just try a. little Dane ter Section of One the O)northeast In Township quarter Twenty-I o i re EaSels of I,onl ''V...hln.tu",, I 4p. .. ..

live of giving every.doubt Jfrc,f..',Candy Cathartic. M Bachelor Thompson, sal engineer fireman h?_-_____ K 1.lfiJ .26 derine. Save ;your hurt Try HI I Hast Five; (25)Lot Two South(2)flange. and beginnIng. a t I,, .. .....****. f* .' I'y. .

'the law would be sufflci ,- Mine Mill A Supply! co. St lamp. 81.0 Notice it
. the northeast corner of Lot Three 181.) i v hem .
Standard Oil ________ -
Co., vll 120 REPORTED AUSTRIA IS READY ..
south chains, west 471 may co
J5.ROV4
that the selecticjuriej "our liverstom., Gulf ___ run tnas
aware Reflnlna Co. oil __ 18.118 ,
nn chains, north SS.DOtt chains, and east executor i- ''.t., Wash'Mifp
TO MAKE PEACE. ,
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Starllntr work
,.7 is constitutional so ; aUvh yourhead \ on water IIne..I1.IIO"enn..rSawy..r. 4.76 ch&lnN to beginning, same being ington. d'-c ( Hay
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4 supplies .118 A from Vienna II of said of 4jcctnb r, A. the
dispatch on Dee 5 In Section Eleven ( ) townshipand .J' to
Lupfer A ____ .
'i-uptcj law; but they both at Urn. you are from Prathvr supplies lit Honorable T. M Mur ny Judgein
ranjrB.
.' t Tucker Brick ('0.. wood for Nov. 600 0: (Austria) via Amsterdam (Holland) Also, that certain stock of cattle estimated and for said Count .Is office In -' "sKIeai.nmee C
"i trouble. biliousness A K ThomasV A L _: :
rea.e unnecessary -on, collector 75 0 at 200 head marked crop-spll 'In said County! at 10
A K The Emperor Charles of 'I';;:
,- ,county court follows the circuit 'and .b.u.. ,-you always get Crandall Packing TIBS refunds Co.. packing& meters.. $33.07 2201: Austria-Hungary underblt In.lheOlh: over-slope cropunderblt clock the matter a. m.can, or be as soon for thereafter authority.. q.
to delegation In and branded
and, is in session this week. Judge relief with Cascaretg. They immediately Osreola Hdw Co, supplies .... 83.61 as saying an Austro-Gcrman js. ear, to sell, at public hearde(vat. sale thtfollowlnir
On motion it was so ordered that that his country Is ready at any And also all the personal property l. Mcrlbed real estate In said
'Murphy I. the incumbent. lie can cleanse and regulate the stomach -
County, to-wlt: ;
\ neither be cowed.bullied or putdown.. remove the sour, fermenting food the clerk issue a warrant in favor of time to conclude a peace'that would now located. on the promises above dmrlbed. ,- I/...s 3 and 4 of Block 4 of Ross' Ad.

: Miss Bina Smith for $10.00 as donation giiarntee.its integrly, but that it will Purchaser to pay for masters del-d dltlon to the town of Klaslmmee CIty.VhIeh .
. H. has been hammered at by some of and foul gases; take-the excess bile and l>lll of sale. \ application will be based upon
to canning% club. not -quit fighting until its enemies renounce did petition for auch sale now on file In
-'tJie Dated November 29th! 1017w. .
.most, intelligent lawyers in the 1 from the liver and carry off the constipated said Couit. .

-- .. state, but after, they: finish their pleadIng I waste matter and poison The matter of proper drainage in their intention of dismembering as Spoclal. .Master n. CRAWFORD.In Chancery .ated November 20, A. n. 1 17.llOlfA .

he carefully weighs, the testimonyIn from tlje intestines and bowels. A 10. west. and north Klsslmmee was refer- the Austria-Hungary empire. Attorneys KRiriBS &for STEED Complalnanta, it I-StIASTEII'S 4H-4t THOMAS Executor., '

his mind and decides strictlyin cent box from druggist will keep I
own I your ...O.'O"O' " 'O"'O"9"O'0900"OO'O" '. ) SALE ciiiciiT roinr.: STATE': of
conformity with that which he con your liver and bowels clean; stomach PLOI4IDA. .

'4elentlously believes to be just. fweet and head clear for months. They) and Notice by virtue Is hereby of a flnal-decree Driven that In, Chan unde) J. I.. Dlmmlr Cotmplmtmmmt, Vs. RBSSDlaalr. ,

Rex dined with his friend, P. P, work while"you sleep.. G. Wagner Insurance Agency eery entered. on the> 2Vlh day of Novern I>*f.. her, A. 1> 117 In the case of Sarah (H
Savage on Sunday. That gentleman Uratton and II. N. Bratton. her' husband SelectS> Judicial;' Clrrsilt.. Oaev.1a C. ..

'1<,. has a splendid situation in Orlando; ST. LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET 2nd Floor Citizen Bank Bid,., Phone No. 30. complainants nie C. Payne, vs.and Laura C. A.Coleman Roberts Jen-re- tFI. caa..eerr.;: J1AI
lo
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",but out of consideration for his wife's ,- "-, SPECIAL REPORTNational spondentn pending the Circuit Courtof Avr..al'lnM' by affidavit appended
? the the above-stated cans '
I[ the Seventh Judicial Circuit of the
,::' people allows his famlly,, to' remain ',; The Leading General Insurance Agency In Osceola Co. State of Florida, In and fur Uscoola lint Emma Hindi. the defendant)/. .''" .
herein named la a non-resident of the ..
the
County in-Chanoery
\. .Klcsimmee, returning to.his home once I *i', I:? '.",:.si", Stock Yards, as Special Master c under.lfn'1 State ot Florida. and a resident' of' .; w '

every two weeks. Miss* .Loke 'Is a '' Chicago-, 111.; Dec. 4,' 1911.Today's WE REPRESENT THE AETNA HOME OF NEW YORK, HARTFORD !it public:In vale Khesimmee.Florida.at Nac.ho;. ,: of Yth'l...:to CourtHouse tbb Chicago he age, State of twentyone of Illinois,years and :I., ItMaerefora ever.'-.'

grand cook and all around excellent 'receipts were: Cattle, 8,600 AND MANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE highest and best bidder for cash, during ordered that said non-real, ..,..,.' ". .
head; hogs, 11,500; sheep, 1,500. the hours of legal sale on Monday the ent defendant be and Is hereby re4'Quired
I housekeeper and we certainly enjoy Cattle-Every session of the trade COMPANIES; ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO., 7th day of January. A. I-. 11118. the fol- to appear to the bill of torn I -

the visits we make them. this week has been marked with vigor AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE, lowing described. reid. entate, situate. In 1 onday"alnt filed, the In 7th Maid day cause of January on or before. I). '' I
the demand from all being LIFE the City of Klsslmmee, County of ORceola. UK. 'otherwise the allegations of said '
Cold, some frost; yes, sir- light buyers aggressive ACCIDENT AND HEALTH AUTOMOBILE, TORNADO. and State of Florida, described as ill will he taken confessed
as said
and general advance of by
freeze. Rex awoke a BURGLARY PLATE CLASS ANDExplosive follows to-wlt. .'ffindant. .
Monday morning 10@>15c per hundredweight material- All of I-ot Five (BI of Block "0" of It Is further ordered that this ordere
at the residence ft R. B. Ward, and ized as compared with last week's Robert Da.. Addition to the City ofKia.hinmee. published once a week for four ran '
Insurance acc-ordlnw ) plat thereof ecutlve weeks In the Klsslmmee Val
on removing the cover from his head : closing prices. Quotations: Good to : in tile In the ofTIco of IV Clerk of the ev Uasette. a newspaper published In

the smoke emanating from his mouth choice steers $9@$9.75\ ; medium to j circuit Court of Oaccolu. County, Flor- aid County and Htate. ,.
good $8 caused him to almost think the bed to pay for masters deed
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<@)8. Good to choice stockers and feeders t IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION !uted this 6th day of Hvcf-mber. I). I: Clerk Circuit Court.. -.
was a-fire, but it did not take him long $7.75@8.25; medium to good, $7@ AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION. 3 i 11117. \V B C11A'l'0htb.Special \ ':1 Dy /8. H. nuI-lXH-K -

..,. to dispel! the illusion, and finding that 7.50. Fat cows, $7.75@8.50; medium. '. & STEEL; Master, In ChanceryfCRIBllS Z. D\SS. Deputy Cleric. -
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it was only his( warm breath' condensing -' $7@7.75. Cutters, $6.25@7. Canners, Hollcltoi for 'oinplalnants! 61fit Hnllcltor for Complainant._E4t f
. $5.75@6.( Yearlings, $6.2&@>0;{;0. Her .
as it came in contact with the etics. 7258. Veuls, $8@13. Heavy OKIllt: FOII I'l III.IC.\TION. :\U'If.H ()1e4.xlt'ty.rDItN' Foil FINAL

cold air, and furthermore that a rood, balls; $7@8; light bulls, $6.50@7. T T---" "' '': Seventh Judicial Circuit of Htmld; Circuit 1)1 NC-'lit IK.10.a .

warm fire and a hot breakfast wnt Jloga.-The market opened active t Tf (, Court of. A.Osceola, Cotinl>'. inlIcerH. family, J..d.;.'.. (curl. ftMpetr. .. Co...

:; ready and waiting for us, we soon for- and 15@20c> higher; top, $17.60. Choic f. StoutLumberCo- I VN. H"ut1i."tn Colonization BlIlI"ue. Complainant Co., DefendIt Mlate of Klorlda.. '
and 15@20c higher; top, $17.00; : ..ilL '
., ',-g6t all about the cold. Choice hogs, ISO llyj npwtltd $17 25ri( la onlered that on l\ohdAY..lhe Slat I., r. Islate. lr '1'1r..r.t M. Ko......
,. .- '''' Mrs. Ward's little gill'-: .Ethel another 17.60; mixed, 160 Ibn upward li.75( <. 151, ?. the Company defendant. "lerter
Southern
: Colonisation -
" proof of the efficiency of our 17.20. Pigs 120@1$() 1U, $15.75gli'lighter ( ) ( ; :f: DEALERS i u poratlon, Is requested to appear NotIce Is hereby given. to all whom

, .; city iuhool. is about six of $13.50@15.50.( ) Best rough : to |lb.' Hill it Complaint on tile In II may concern that on the HtU day of
years age. hogs $16.75@17 half-fat i Yellow Pine mid Cypress Lumber. Novelty thin Cuuit. 'lay A. l>. 1818, wo will apply to the
. , but the rapidity with which she used ; roughs, It I.. further ordered that this orderhe -Ion T: M Murphy, Judge ot said Court
$13.GO@14.50. At the close, about : Works in Connection.It publlnlK'd. for four consecutive weeks us JuttH" of I'robate. for our dual dl..
the plus and minus signs, adding and half of the early advance was lost, and t In I Klsslmmee. Volley Our.-Ue a charge. as Kx"ruturs of the estate of
weekly newapnperpubllshed In usceolaCountv Margaret K Kochendrfvr, deceased
:Subtracting figures. was astounding. the late top was 1750. :: it our pleasure to fire estimates at all times. ', I'lorlda. anti that at the same. time. we will pre-
y Sheep.-This market was active and you "'It hand and this the nont final
"Ye gave her several examples some H'"'' my sen our accounts as Kxecutors of.aM
steady with the demand good at the Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery. Sd tltt.$ j>{ December. A. 11.I 1917. estate and ask for their approval
''Of which entered into the thousands, Choice lambs t:E -,--:. J. ... ()V," HSTRJjET; Dated November. ffth. A. I>. 1817. 7
following quotations: I Circuit Clrk Circuit Court Oarcola ('AllA AI. HEJTSON.Y. .
I :end she boasted after we got through $16.50@16.90; good $1C@10.50. Fat + Phone 21 Kissimmee, Fla. I ('ourt: I Count)', Florida \ M. 11UTSON.

,'j'. that she had not been turned down by sheep, $11.50; choppers $$8.50@9; 4..0ooooc..o.. .. .606000. ..ooooo ooo.. j I S'al. I 61-41 '\v. n. cnAWFoni Executors, ...

*- ----'-any sum given her. In spelling and canners. $5.50@C.50. SKAI.UD, HID*. Attorney for ExecutorS.mtm

I ,' Goats..-At f 0.50@7.75" KidS.anS ---- .
: Teading also she proved to be far In '
will lie Tecelvcd to T0SOiKTTctoclr -- -- ) IIMMIIIAIOU'M AUTICUtlrn
@10.50. .. ... ....... up a
,::,t advance of children that I have seen .0.0..090..0.... m. Saturday December S2, 1917 for the
NATIONAL LIVE-STOCK .COMMISSION printing of 10OUO booklets and envel-) '.....
.. ('o..rt .r ( ." Judge. I.... .2
J$, : H the country of the same age. Rex COMPANY. ,. RE-ESTABLISHMENT ont-s, Yht Hoard of County Commissioners Florida -
(, County, Florida.: alKlsulmmee
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3s therefore to advocate the .
: compelled Florida, a. r... .I.t. .t (Jeorge n. TsEua.Osceola .
'. 'graded school and more' particularly ADVERTISED LETTERS TAM Rpeclflcatlons. copy, etc., are now on loosty
A SPECIALNov.
ills with John Overstreet. Clerk of
_,.;' that one which i in.. carried on in Kis-i the Hoard of County* Commissioners at N l<.l htfilv Riven to all whomIt

immee and to recognize Prof. Evansas Following Is the list of uncalled for Klsslmmee, Florida I and prospectiveiidders may concern that on the 20th day of.
A I 11. I shall' apply to the
should apply to him for further pi
)Y one of the most able managers in letters remaining in the postoffice at Southbound-Nov. 27th, Northbound Information.A .rjI".IU8; Murphy, Judge of said
, '" certified check for 10 per cent of Court as Judge of Probate for my -
Kisslmmee
:;,: the state. I i Florida, for the two week the amount of each bid should accompany final discharge as Administratrix of

This cool weather la causing the ending December 8, 1917. SOUTHBOUND Stops only at point NORTHBOUNDNo. each proposal made, and such the estate of Orortce B. Tatman de-
f check should be made payable to th' c ..ne 91 DAILY
;:: cane to mature and ere long Bull Brighs Moman; Davis Mollie; where time i it shown No. 92 DAILY order of Krnest Mach Chairman of the present to ...1,1 Court my final accounts -

I""" Shingle, Canoe and other creek bottoms Jones, Mrs. Lizzie; More, Tbmea. 9: 15 A.M. LT.____.;___ Jacksonville, Fla. ________Ar. 7:30 P.M. Board All proposals of County should Commissioners.be addressed to j tutu, and Admnllstrstrlx ask for their approy..l.U..l".t of said. ...
ere B. B. SIMPSON John Jj, Overstreet, Clerk. of the Knarilof October 8th. A. D. 117 J
;, '. wl this desirable product! is 10:" A.M. Ar.____________ PaktU ____________LT. 5:54<< P.M. County Commissioners, Klsslmntee, I AUf A T lIrOnRISO? .

.., raised will relieve the !sugar situation Postmaster 12:38P.M. Ar.__-. ________ Sanford ____________LT. 4:05' : P.M. Florida.The Board the to 41-6 mon _'Administratrix. ,1 '
reserves right reject -
-_ ,. producing a sufTcient:' quantity to A want ad. in the Valley Gazette 1 :20 P.M. Ar.-,__________ Orlando _____<______Ly. 3:22 P.M. any or all lids t

!'; 'w furnish the county. will rent your spare rooms. 1:51 P.M. Ar.______ Kiwimmee ___________LT. 2:52: P.M. Clerk to the JOHN Hoard U of OVBRSTUKKT County Commissioners .- NO'I'UC ADJII.VISTRATOH ,

, Rex Is stilld omiciled with ,hit 3:07P.M. Ar._____?._____ Lakeland ______._____LT. 1 i38 P.M. of Osceola County.- Florida. ..Ie..rt.. C.--; Ja..*.. Slate ."' 4.

-'. ". -- 3:26 P.M. Ar.--________.Plant City ___________LT. 1:20P.M. Si-It Florida-. -I

....:00 P.M.. Ar.___________... Tampa _____.______LT. 12:45P.M. ; MASTKH'S BtLK.Notice IB we Estate ., nelsaa Orahasa. Ooeeolaj
I FOR SALE CASH PREFERRED C..t"
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Observation I. hereby given that under : -
BroilerBaffet-Parior Cart and by virtue of a final decree In Chat.. Notice Hereby given to alt whom
A; Standard Ceadaes-Fr. Redoing Chair Cars. eery In the case of O. J. Tomllnson and It ,may concern, that on the fOth day of
One block of five Lots in South Part'ofT December A. D ItlT. I shall
250 Sophronla D. Tomllnson. his wife Complainants applY tIt
Etf+ctJTt NOT.; 27th Train No. 80 will le Te Tampa at 1030 A. M. vs. William Mllar and Sadie the Honorable T. M. Murphy Judge q.

: foot'front, 208 foot depth. Rich Muck Soil adapted fork Mtlar. his wife Marion W. Peokham; said Court, a. Judce of Probate. for* .
Peninsular a corporation my fInal dlscharre aa Administratrix
'Banana' oi-Truck' .Eighteen ; c'E: : rom Baltimore Bar of the estate of Delma. Graham deceased -
Growing inch fall
to city. Atlantic, Coast :Line cain House.. a partnership; Butler Bros., : and that at the same time I will
a corporation; Cattarauerua Cutlery present to said Court my tonal account
ditch. Make your.home pay for itself. Company. a corporation; Martin L as Administratrix of said estate, and
..J. _ 'tI" Standard Railroad off the South Hall Company a corporation and ask for their approvaL '
,. ,, McWherton Hutton Company a Date 'VALLEY GAZETTE. _
Apply H corporation Defendants, pending In JACfctlB ANN GRAHAM.AdmlBistratrtar.
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t' Come In and pick out what you will want and have us lay it away for you-.-If not you may be too late. We have. decided to>> continue_ our Sale '\'


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ri ..0"' 0'0 0 I 0 .0 I 0 I 4--. -i''i'0"t'' l C I CI I W-O-+Gf 3 t 4 ; Mrs; Marcia Clark, who was 11 guest said l,'an effort to,, "commercialize the'' 1 '
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nt;the meeting, sang two-.beautiful se leisure themen,and women of
$' Society Notes $ '. lections "Let Us Have Peace," and a country." She spoke' of'the member I' <,

i "Lullaby," ship drive which Is now being made, :
4 hoping to secure 10,000,000( new mem.

KISSIMMEE ORCHESTRA ber! and cloning the.campaign with a v ,M .
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'. Request Is made to all patrons of the Valley Gazette to se sd items 'r United Manager to the Woodbeck pleasure certainly of'his patrons' con- the In chapter referring, Mrs.to the Simpson local said work the of , r' jry .

I ; oaf Society Events >o the Editor for publication in these column :> when he added orchestra music to the sweaters were now the most needed iii I .
.t I Kissimmea Or-
Casino theater. The
I Ift''JtemIl111t'J
next
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------ wristlets
; garment and the were
,ir'. ::' ;. :h.. j 4-'***,'**.?.. '. '+...' i+o4.: :;i 'i I fT *ntr+..! .t-J.b.\ti&l; ?! t EIDf t. lf tSrd) ,Bpflkeo.f.:1tmnl'dl:: ;.
.III) c' c. 004ffi i '1s an eight-piece ,brganization, wl1'i Q...
....o..t.t..o.+tH+O> 040 Press!! Reporter-Mrl. B'elle Modie. ; 'CO'ut out:(far meets that will soon be in
well balanced 6f.
arrangement parts.
Chairman of Personal Service- Use which will mean a time saving
O MOTHERS'. TEACHERS'' CLUB .> N, C.' Bryan. ]I There are a great many kissimhioe lovers of to the local workers, and of the bed
music in the
+ O < good average needed by the wounded soldiers.
this bags
It was resolved that year, ; audience that appreciate the numbers I II
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ing to the calls of the Red Cross that ,rendered. She referred to the proposed! move. c .
This organization will meet at Mrs. other patriotic: duties, we hold our are roster of the orchestra includes: ment to organize Junior Bed Cross societies j a if:*

't! 3. L. Lupfer's home on Verona avenue, regular meetings quarterly, instead of. I The Mrs. J. W. Prentis, piano. among the school children. The Holiday Hints

Friday+ 3 p. mi,. December 21. monthly, as formerly: Mrs. S. 11. Bullock, violin. negro question was touched upon and I .
The program will Include music and MRS. MODIE, Reporter. the speaker told of auxiliaries to be I '
reading bearing patriotic and Christ- MRS. BARCLAY.M. Henry Eddie Hansell Edwards clarinet., violin. organized among the colored popula For Her For Him i

ma* themes. A symposium, "Memor tion of the cities, the work done by -
ins of Christmas days past" (two minutfl Cecil Prentis, clarinet.: these units to be paused upon by the Toilet Article .- Holiday Shoving Stands, Smoker t
: E. MISSIONARY SOCIETY Mrs. Mae Ellis, cornet. tr
rl'lr x';; ". talks) by' members, also discus HOLDS ANNUAL ELECTION Frank Bryan cornet. local chapter.One strucka style, Manicure Sets, C. & Sets, Pipes,.Cigars and Cigarettes -"
.I ions of an. "Ideal Christmas dinner"with feature of the talk that
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tic,; recipes under the war regime. Miss Muriel Prentis,. bells." responsive chord in the heart of.every B. Sets, Leather Writing in Holiday packages

All members are urged to attend. The annual election of officers for 440 okco hearer was the civilian relief work Pads, Candy, Stationery, Military Brushes, Wallets,
recipees the Missionary Society of the Methodist for allies and before the meeting
Bring'your memories your 1 our
White Ivory Novelties Etc. Card Cases Purses Etc. N
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ivll, done friends your knitting and yours ;. Church was held ,Wednesday at IMPORTANT MEETING OF closed Mrs. J. F:: Burkhalter was appointed ,. ,
,;s 1. }>UES. War relief will be uppermost the regular meeting, wljen) the 0) KISSIMMEE WOJIANS CLUB chairman of a committee to ",
in the club activities this year. Vi-s- ing members were named. to cOllow-1 0 004M94 prepare at least one "Lavette." For the Soldier'Fountain
.$I .- hors will be cordialy. welcome at all the ensuing year; +t" ''*' '>->ok '..90 The subject of the booklet "Snap -t.

;". __. -.eeUngs. I "President-Mrs. C. II. Summers. I The December meeting of the Kis- Shots from the Everglades" was Pens, Safety Razors, 'Travelette Kits, Thermos Kf'
.: Celeste J. Fripp, Cor. ,Sec 'First Vice President-Mrs. A. W. simmee Womans Club at the Hart Memorial brought up. Mrs. Minnie Moore-Wil .
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.'Bottles
By order of the president, Bailey Tuesday afternoon opened with son, the author, has published this Identification Wallets, Etc.

'"': ....... Mrs. J, E. L pfer. Second Vice President-Mrs. J. R. an animated discussion on the Subjectof edition at her own expense and donated Full line of Xmas Toys: Seals Cards,.Children's Booklets,
,' Bronson. I boycotting any product marked it to the Woman's Club and oter \
.i 4+H+O+OO.0.0 40004o Corresponding Secretary Mrs. J. Z. j "made in Germany." Mrs. W. J, organizations. The only restrictions Pictures, Etc.

SILVER TEA AT MRS. 4:!: Roberson. I Fripp, chairman, of a committee 'to Mrs. Willson placed on the gift' was 1
fig .< ST Nl Olm'S .> recording Secretary-Mrs. G. W. draft resolutions against the use of that the proceeds be devoted to some A Pleasure To Show You What We fjave. -.. i' \

7 4 Persons. such' products: opened the discussion phsse.otthe war work. The Wenner- ,
+=+CXMrs. -:'444 i Treasurer-Mrs. W. L. Winn. by.saying' "The present embargo on. Sawyer Book Store have the bookletson .t'
I I Local' Treasurer-Mrs. McKay I German products assures that we are : sale 'and any purchaser may dictate Corner Drug Store
,g ., II.' Clay Stanford' will (five! a Superintendent of Study and Publicity riot buying goods shipped here since to what department of war work
c sliver' tea at her home at; 206 South ,-Mrs. E. E. Wells.Superintendent j the beginning of the war, but how I their money shall be given.,

Vernon avenue Saturday afternoonYrom of Social Service.- about the goods shipped here'perhaps During the program Miss Inez Car- .

'-. 3 to 5:30.; Everyone is invited to" Mr Cyannon":_' R ,')rearsago;- and which are.now the prop son sang ;Joan otrcJhe, >,.>Are CalU questions C Cr ", afforded a pleasing, ford, Mrs. P. C,' Bryan Mrs.: S. Ii."' '

,'. ': ** ,:ke'present, and td.contribute's( W.- |silver( uperintendent; of upplie Mrs elrtya of our merchantThe i l ladies r iilYou,' nd.t\lr;; far'1 rlir-wbo --I J2'll: ;"''IIj\ .j':;('4."!\\j I'(;;;'t&"jk" ;!;; '\\'iitf'-.r'\ t' "' Bullock, Mrs*:,!,, MoseleyjMrs.fJiW,, t-.jf.o. :'..;"
.:/'t.'! :. Coffering toward.":" the orkr. Il Bratton tool very sensible v ew.!of the goes] Is the guest o 1 Ijr oDd II' Sanford Misses CecelialOverstreet ndLucy! : 1.'hompsona.Mrs.., Nig:8: DrynMra ; %' ,

., . ."...:jtund. :..:'l1J:...:!....:. 0 , :A publ icjinstallationjofjthesejoflri tlon IUI they wished" to avoid working May sang Let:.. s love Peaca':(jJ l Buckles, n. DIThomas and Lewis Charles Carson, Jr'IM' fo.fi\! j.'" ,
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jt t \ 40P404444 cers will" be held before the flrstrnjeef any bardship on local'dealers and vet= lie Edwards);! and "Our' Own"United O'Bryan served sandwiches and'*teas Bryan: I.bzie Thompson., Cecelia "

.t 'oOo 0)t ing in January, when they will take ed, on motion of Mrs. .l"ripp, to "table"', States" These selections were ei> the conclusion of the afternoon and Overstreet, Lucy Buckles, Elsie SMI-,

r, "* BAPTIST MISSIONARY SOCI- up their work.INSTRUCTIVE. I I the subject. ,I quisitely rendered and were In perfect JTI.OO was donated. to the Red Cross ton, and Cleo Wooldridge.
.' )' -4Errs- MEETING. 0 During tha bui-inesr routine a vote harmony with the occasion. fund.

t' ;J, c".OOOOUo. ( '; C. W. a M. j i for the sign painting donated by him were President Mrs Wlllsonr Secretary Mrs. Claude
f,[ 1.; Mra. E. L. Lupfer graciously enterl'k I Harper, Mrs. II. C. Stan- .vith a cycle tea this afternoon.
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Anne Asst. ,
for the recent patriotic demonstration.Miss Miss Carson, Seey.-
tained in her home Dec 4 _. .
the ladies
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C. W. B. M. held Anne Bryan Carson read interesting Mrs. May, Treasurer Mrs.
1 of the Baptist/ Women's Foreign Mlsionary
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a very interesting and instructive data on the fight against tuberculosis
h.l.l *, Society! serving tea and| delicious I meeting at the home of Mrs. II. C. and Red Cross Christmas 44Sw<<+r044,)4M04444444;}W 4 HAS YOUR BOY A .BICYCLE?
sandwiches and after-dinner
Stanford. Friday, when the following I Seals! were distributed. 0 Oi, ,
\.... )t 'mints}' Mrs.. tall, as leader, gave an 4 CYCLE TEA. 4 i
+. program was presented. : The program for the afternoon was 1", I He Has ?
interesting talk on China. Some thir- oCo
Missions in Africa. OI
distinctly patriotic and centered I
i j ...... :tyi members;,and two visitors were in Paper, "Our Watchword and Aim," around Red Cross work Mrs. B. B. +++((+,:"{-} +++<-..-+++++++++ II I Then it is safe( to say he is attached 'to it as an 'Arab is to his '
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attendance. The annual election -"---
was MisS Emma Yowell. horse.
Simpson; vice-chairman of the Kis- I a _
t ,..,'>" .." 'oJ'_field;selictlng t the_ following officers: Vocdl solo, "Spilng Tim'," Mrs. simmce chapter, made an interestingtalk. Mrs. Roma Thomas and Mrs. Lewis He may need new Tires c a new Lamp, Saddle or Pedal. Make ..e
.President-Mrs./ :T.A. Barclay. Fred Gilbert. O'Bryan were hostesses, Saturday afternoon boy girl for Christmas.
1 She has just returned from a your or happy .,
.: ..'FIr t Vice-President=Mrs. W. II. Series of talks entertaining with a delightful You will find Ihe _,
on Pioneer Missionsin meeting at Jacksonville where she attended at our store just ,very thing they want. Come *-
." Tea the homo of the"former. ;
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+ r {,(Jodes.y. Africa, Mrs. S. B. Aultman, Mrs.T. the sessions held fo r' the instruction in and look over our stock-it's worth while, "
:* :.Second Vlce-p, slilent-Mrs. J. W. M. Rivers, Mrs..J. J. May and Mrs.B. of Red Cross Officials and The guests brought their
knitting and chatted as they worked.A BRYAN CYCLE .
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i: 'Vilder.I/ C. Elam. was thoroughly in .touch with her sub- COMPANY. ,
ir;, : 1''tSecmtary-Mrs..E..5.Ifalt: Reading,'!"What is Needed. in Africa !- 0 guessing contest, when the abbreviations 105 BROADWAY '
... ject.The of the states. answered the
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