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 21, 1917
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00834
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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,. The campaign to provide a war V
Klsslnunee has "again "Gone over I fund for the Young Women's Christian '
the top" With another patriotic AMENDMENT FOR OFFICER 'WILL '
CHRISTMAS vice and has sold her. full ser'I'I Association continues to find the

Red Cross Christmas seals for the i support .of the 'Kisslmmee people.
Florida Anti-Tuberculosis .Assocla \ Th. drive to raise $500 from Osce _

TREE PLANS tion. CONSTITUTIONAL PROHIBITION ola county led off with a wonderful BEHERESOON' ,
&j. Twenty-five hundred'se ls' were i meeting of the representative women -

sent here for sale last year but the', of the city and at that time nearly -

association asked larger things of the $400<< was pledged. These pledge
: MITTEES.' APPOINTED. ANDARE city this year and forwarded five THE RESOLUTION IS ]IDENTICAL WITH THE ONE PASSED BY THE were payable any time till the first of BETTER ,BEGIN TO FIGURE AND ''w

The Kisslmmee Woman's Club the sum promised by them,
. PREPARATIONS TO GIVE THE agreed to handle the seals for the society SEVEN 'YEARS INSTEAD OF' SIX: IN, WHICH TO RATIFY-, 141 ,at tonee. COLLECTOR CATHCART ESTIMATES ! t '

'; KIDDIES A GOOD 'TIME Oh ,- but they arrived. too late for DEMOCRATS, 137 REPUBLICANS AND 4 INDEPENDENTS VOTE The work was,\ assigned to the wo 239 WILL BE SUBJECTTO

CHRISTMAS EVENING. the regular campaign 'opening that : FOR IT-ALL OF FLORIDA'S REPRESENTATIVES ON THE ; man's committee of the Council of! TAX IN OSCEOLA COUNTY. ,;
occurs December first. Then a'driv : .... National Defense 'and Miss Anne

for the Y.' W., C. A. work was .mad I HONOR, ROLL., Bryan ,C.onW.'I appointed chair.. In communication received by this 1
Kisslmmee is to >receive Santa the center of attraction the' follow man of this department.Miss '
the still short shall Carson has distributed paper Collector of Internal Revenue ;.
Claus as a community again this ing week making time pledgecards .
17. be submitted to vote of the state
'Washington D. C. Dee. .
which held ; er. However Mrs. EJ; E.' Wells was to all Chose who have promised James M. announces that a
::yoar.: The tree was on electors. The prohibition amendment
f appointed chairman 'of this aetl.Ityand tlonwide prohibition won in the house i 'inds or gifts of money and she'tbat .- federal income tax officer will be sent ' .f
.;Christmas, 1916 was such a treat' to probably will be submitted before the '
the work began. While! there! was today and only the adJustment ,of' a i Brandegee resolution ant ; 'these cards be signed and returned Into this county on Feb 11 and will ,? :';
.those who arranged it and to all th. committee named for this in resolution passes to her '
"V' no service. slight difference between : by Saturday( tomor .4-
therefore will not be affected by it: be here until Feb. He"will '
on-lookerd that ism. effort is. being practically the entire, membership of the house and senate now stands in ow).. All'perons who have collect' 16. ...".." :.!
pared 'to :mAke Christmas, 1817, far the club' cooperated in selling the the'way submitting, to'state : money for this fund are asked to re. hl"oft',1n. the, court house In Kls" ,y.," y

surpass"thaE: "one'1\ 1r;" very way: Not seals_and the.-,full. quotavof-SOOO-nai.; Utures,,- :., i ,NEWLY- -i--'Y- 'ELECTED\ OFFICER port,th4 to..Miss.Canon OQ.thatdatt atmmee, ,and, ,_.will:! be.:th.n. .YeJ7 day", ) :
funds are being solicited, for this already been disposed through'the 1 constitution forbidding the manufacture : OF'THE"EASTEltrCit t also.:" VVVV." ready"'and willing to help personi'suliV") i ; ;," :--'J.p; I

Ii:: .. ...'., festivities and great car..-U 1.II time Umlt'does not expire until'h'n.1 sale or importation of intoxicating i In'case the pledges will not be paid ject to the income tag make out their .. ':# ..'
eiDi exercised to stretch the money first.' '' ( liquors for beverage purposes in ,' 'The December.meetln& and annual at this time the card should show returns without"any coat to them for V ';f' "f. "

In' band ao that it will go all around. /unds'received'from this salt the United States,or its territories.; leetion of officer of the Eastern when it U expected they will be paid Us services. .1!!;

tV The officers .who < served last year will be used in caring for tuberculoui The vote in the ,house taken after: 'tar lodge resulted in the naming of: in part or, in i whole. Co-operatioi How many income-tax payers' will :

were ''rMIQ! .teet"to; fill the same appointment soldiers, to carry on a campaign for a day of debate before crowded galleries : the 'following members 'to .serve. for along' this line will enable the chairman there be in Osceola 'countyT. If you. '

y: *.,, so the entire committee county aanitoria and'to provide pub ,, was 282 to 128, with partial e> ensuing year: .' to make favorable report to can guess how many married person ,l '
: and sub-Committees are as 'follows: lic health nurses fer this state. This i dividing almost evenly. The enarghl J Worthy,Matron-Mrs.,Roma Thom headquarten. living with wife or husband will have .t ;

\ Chairman, .A. S. Ijeleoa.r will be a" accomplished' through the JtetiCross" for prohibition'wae; elghpvpbesMnerY: I .? ' " SENIORS" WEARING .NIFTY. J net income 'of $2,000 or over and ""

! Secretary: Miss .IneY Carson. : than the two-thirds'vote. I Worthy Patron-Roma Thomas., how many unmarried person I will '".
Program>> Committee.R 'Both wets and ''drye hadbeen predicting'victory Secretary.:....Miss 'Elisabeth.'. Done .CLASS,RINGS AND PINS! have net"incomes of $1,000 .w'''o-ref ,-:

M. Evans, chairman; Mrs: S. H.: THE FALL OF A NATION all day and 'it wan not, wL this year, then, you know! ''The col-, I

Bullock, Miss MyrtUla F. Beats, Miss until the last few' names .ha4.' been T..urer-l. N. ..Bratton..Associate The Senior of the Osceola eo'unty ',sctor,of Internal Revenue estimate )
" ryMaude Alice Wagner J. D. 'Wood This never to be forgotten battlt called 'that the anti-prohibition''force;. M.ta'on-MI'I. B. E. Ha- High school are wearing nifty class that thane 'will be' 230, tax payer In'

leek.Canvaaslag. picture will be shown at the Casino, conceded their defeat. .. Icy'' 'r' pins.or rings,depending upon their individual this county. "*"

Purchasing" Com for the Christmas attraction, the matinee After Speaker Clark announced the: ...'onductress-Miss Sargent. taste.. The rings are mad In Return of income for the year 1917

mltte at 2S0'p.inr and evening at 1 result the victors were joined by tin) Assistant Conductress: -Mrs. M. D., : a'medium oval design., The center hai must be made 'on form provided for "
j., A. 'MacDonough, chalr....nn; G.nne' o'clock. The picture .it is 'said, exemrlifies ;- galleries .In such a demonstration as b AI+ d.r. ,s nken 'circle containing the replica the, purpose before 'March 1, 1918. -
.. W. Hankins, Miss ,A Bryan Car- the highest degree of skill rarely permitted in the house. For- of Chief Okceola'. head, 'using the because a good'many people don't understand

t i' 'mdh,. R.; 'M. .Evan
1 Miss M, C. Bryan, Misses, Lucy wonderful scenee, of war, with the spectator nearly all day. appeared on l \ : BOYS JOIN COLORS the entrance to the high'school build'ing. make out their returns, the govern
"Witherspoon, Ruth Butler, Medora deadly work of tha big"guns.! It is a the floor and Joined in receiving; congratulations t .' This head Is raised aa is also the ment Is sending In this expert to do It. t s;
'fs with Representative letters O. H. S. just above the circle for them.' 'But the duty 1* on the tax. ,
t Russell Almena Leitner Helen Bass, powerful and cinating'spectacleand The opening rehearsals of the High '
Webb of North Carolina who had led and the date 18 just below. Th. sam himself known to the
Marie Boyd, Kathleen Bearden Mrs. fairly heaps' up the thrills. School Orchestra have been* euspiciens payer'to J'towrnment.
the fight. motif i, used en the pins, Whether If he doesn't make re* ,
E. A./'Ml1t.qp. Mn. W., B. Makirison, -of successful eeuon.' Miss s
Mr*. Roma'Thomas, W/ W. Canon t ORED i The resolution passed by the houseis Lilian Prentls and Prator Gilbert, pins or rings, they are a handsome, turn as required before March I, 191*, '

C. E.'Yowell Rev.'L. H. Kirkby, Mrs. ,GROSS identical with that passed by UK both former violinists'' with the or- memento. of .th* ,schoolCOMPANY he may, have to pay a penalty ranging"

t D: G..Wagner, Mrs. W. J. Sean Mn. senate; last August i except' that it 4epti-a. will play 'pin this winter, from $20 to 1,000, pay a fin or go 1,,

.'-.."." :JrTarmer, Mrs.' g.: L: Lupfer, of DOING : GOOD WORKThe gives the states seven years instead oi V said.' Frank Bryan baa been added' to>> B BOYSRECEIVEfROMOTrON. to jaiL So if you don't want to take , .
4 the Civilian Relief: Coremittee. of the six In which to ratify the amendment the roil a*"" a new member. He will. chance of going to jaflt YOU' betteI'
Red Cross. J :...-- Senator Sheppard author of the resolution play cornet. call on 'the Income tax man. If you

iTbls" committee is urged., to meet Kissimmee Red Cross Chapter predicted tonight that the Sen Director Brown states that the} ..or are not sure about being subject to the' '

for' real work'on Saturday morning, has passed the four hundred mark as ate would accept the amendment to- chestra .is contributing to the military tax, better ask him and make sure. ";

December 22. at -9:30 o'clock in the 1918 approaches. The 'organization morrow. He said be'had assurances 'force of the United States' and ''Two.more Kissimmee boy {have received Whether you ace the income tax'11I&

f., :," ooncl1.robm. begun scarcely'six months that th.'::seven years'' period would he that six of its members have Joinedthe merited recognition and have or not, you must make return if sub..
ago now }i'
' ;: ',Arrangement,and Tree Committee. has almost four hundred names 'on its approved and that he did not believe ,colors. On this honor roll are: been 'promoted to higher rank in :Ject to'the Chairman Mn. A.M Moseley a roll call was necessary.The *' Of course, persons resident I in I otli,, 'f..r -
._ , roll with'a strong auxiliary at,Nar- ,Anthony Regere, violin. , Company B at Camp Wheeler. "
Mri. BeU..f Modi. Mrs. A. A..... LL "' president approval is not required r f counties,, may, if-' they:, want to;
r ,. WemjHple coo.seeito swell this number' R ,- Roy Prentis\ French t; ;.Mn. E.: E..'(,Well,,',Miii ;Frances ""The names of those t who have Joinedthe and the state l legislatures may ft fllarperCaller% ; trombone.: been"with'the company since ita"organization Gom..& d see the income-tax, man who! ,
''''io.- V ''Tress, Miss Emma Yowell. Mrs. A. chapter since the. list was' last act as soon as they please after the Earl Merrod'saxaphone.' ? a* a Florida National will be, at K'-iimmee. f"'';' ., ')4"'t, ,

M. Frain, Miss Cecelia Overstreet, published' n' the Gazette'are: signatures of' the vice president and Gary.; Brown violin. ","uard. has just received his commU. The collector"suggi V that every. ,
Mrs. II. C. Stanford Mn. J. Wesley Miss Cecelia Overstreet Speaker Clark have been attached to sion as captain of his company. body start figuring up now his t.. .
:Brown? Mrs. C. H. Summers Mrs. H.: the resolution. 'Edward comeand: expense so as to'BoTeedyvith N 'V'r
Newton who also
Mrs. F, C. Reeves DR. J. B. SIBERT AND FAMILY joined '
"M. Kate, and the girls of the'Oakito "It will be submitted tomorrow asa the the figure when the expert"t". ..:.. A
Mrs. at the
George G. Steffee.Mrs. company organization, has -
. 'and Fuleche Christmas present to the American rives. however don't a ,
Campfires. C. A. Canon been recommended as second lieutenant Eltpen mean ,
'This! committee Is asked to be on people, said Senator Sheppard "andI family expenses, money need to gay w,
Mn. A. Cotterman and his (Is
and commission. expected
t. land Monday morning, December 24<<, Mn. Estelle Morrow believe It .will. be ratified within Dr. J. B. family arrived any'day.' off the principal of a "debt,:'new machinery -. I i

'*t.-9:30i; to complete"their t..Jr.s.- Mrs. R. W. Cobb three yeerl!." on the four o'clock train' Thursday This makes three' 'captains and ; buildings, or 'anything' like 7 '
Program. Amendment Defeated. afternoon from Miami where he has that. They'mean'what yon spend'intaking .
Mrs. J. twice
W. Thompson ? ai lieutenants who have
many .
1. Invocation -.;., -flev. O. .B. Falls, R.. D. 'BrownBryan Every attempt today to put on been serving the Methodist church, been appointed from your money-interest; taxes,, "
s among our men.
2. Selection by band. < Simpson * "" amendment to except light wines and :South, all presiding1 elder for the Kisslmmee is proud of all her sol paid, hired help, amount ,paid for "
*3. "Joy to the World" ..__Chorus Arthur beer was beaten and 141 Democrats past four years. The board of diers and 'it is roods sold, seed stock' bought 'for 4 s '' '
Simpson especially
.4. 'Selection"! by bind; Miss Isabelle HamiltonMrs. stood aligned with 137 Republicansand steward has leased the Walter Bass her Feeding. rent(except for'your'dwell-, .;
of have received
so many boys .
S: "Holy NiRhr _.T_--_-... Chorus A. S. Nelson' four,independent to win the final residence on Church street for a parsonage this rapid promotion to position ing), etc. Income. includes' about'ev-' ,y
6. Selection by band. % ? victory for .the prohibitionist forces. and the family are'pleasontlylocated cry dollar you get.
Mrs. M. A. Yowell of responsibility and are now wearing
Come All Ye Faithful"' Following Is the resolution as l tbere. Dr. Sibert Is stran
, it. , Neva 'BrownLawrence no officers insignia.
2' Chorus Brown adopted: ger to'i.the people of the Methodist ONE HUNDRED LADIES ,'
.8* -i'Children march by tree and receive Mrs. .J. F.' Burkhalter "Resolved by the senate!. and houseof church or of Klssimmee, having been COMPANYGRATEFUL' FOR ATTEND CYCLE TEA' : ;

presents. representatives that the following pastor here during the time the -
; "America" sung by all. Mr. and Mrs B. F. Bowman ,amendment to the constitution be,and church building was being erected.He More, than a hundred' Kisslmmee ,
t' Miss Beals, who has charge of the Mr. and Mrs.W. W. SaundersMr hereby is, proposed' to the states, to and his family have many warm The Kisslmmee Red'Croa. Chaptershipped ladies enjoyed'Mrs. B. B. Simpson' ,'
chorus, asks that all church choir as and become valid as a part of the"Consti friends to welcome their return and another lot of knitted gar. hospitality at a cycle tea Friday between "M
t 'well' asP some members of the school 1 The, three Mrs.departments A. R. Dennis of the tution when ratified by the leglsla- the church' in general Is looking forward ments to Company B at Camp Wheeler the hours of 3 and 5:30 spendIng ., .
chorus December chap- lures of the several states as providedby this the afternoon in a delightfully Informal .-
' .. .meet. Friday evening, ert are thoroughly organized for efficient to a successful year 'under his week sending sweaters -
21, in'the Hart Memorial at 7:15 service and each week the constitution: guidance. and four pair of wristlets. fashion. Knitters plied busy
sees a
-o'clock.'.' definite Artlcle-SectIrr 1-After one The first lot sent recently Included needles, friends chatted, and stranger
work done.
Any' 'one% who has on. toys or year from the ratification of this article INTERPRETATIVE DANGING sufficient garrjv its to enable everyKissimmee 'came acquaintances. In the dining 'r
, "any other useful plaything which Keep Tab On'Worker.: ..- the manufacture: sale-or transportation ON OF RED CROSS soldier' in Company B to room Misses Anne and Ines Canon;!
might help these committees 'in any At the Surglgal 1 Dressings room a of ,intoxicating liquors BEHALf have si sweater or a pair of wristlets.'It ,and Adah Louise Simpson presided at

I to"Way are asked, to send them: to h.'l register is being kept of the ladies within, the importation thereof into, seems to be a very grateful lot an attractive table, serving tea and
V council rooms either Saturday or who work there on Thursdays and or the exportation thereof from the Ml'ss Zelia Wilson, who .gave an of boys who are wearing these com. wafers.

Monday. Fridays of each week. Last week the United States and all territory subjectto exhibition of, interpretative dancingat Tort seta judging from the personal ,Mrs. J. Earle Lupfer whose read!

Christmas Night.. book was signed; by Mrs. Harry the jurisdiction thereof for bever- the Casino Friday evening, delighted -. letters the Red Cross chapter I Is re ngs are a delight'to Klssimmee andl-

'l Santa Claus will be on hand at 7:00 Meetch Mrs. A. M. Frain, Miss Bol-. ago purposes is hereby prohibited. the audience with every nurober. '> ceiving.( The boys who have so expressed ences, read "The Whistling Mother" '

Christmas: night '"Somewhere on by, Miss Mildred Turville Mrs. D. G. Section two-The congress and the Miss Wilson is a wonderful themselves are: Will Mason (Grace Richmond). Mrs.; Lupfer has

"Broadway." He wishes every; child Wagner Mrs. I*. H. Ingram Miss several states shall have concurrent dancer and was equally irresistible Tiller, Eddie Duke .Robert Johns never been heard to better advantaged

r iF 7>to'tealize'that: this is Christmas but Helen Bass, Mrs. M. Katz power to enforce this.article by appropriate In the role of Pandora..or the 'Jump- James R. Methrine,,.G. G. Dalton M. than in this story with its clear por..,

not to expect so much of Old Santa Miss Maude Alice' Wa'gner, Mrs. C. legislation. Ing- Jack. She fairly loses. herself C. DuPont, Fred Y.ncy"and WalterW. trayal of the patriotic duty of Ameri
as they did last year as he has inland L. Bandy Mrs. J. S. Cadel, Mn. S. "Section three-This article shall I In the characters she represents and Weeks. ca's motherhood. '. 5'

so many things he Is trying to Donegan Miss Marion Porter Miss be inoperative unless it shall .have I sways her audience with patriotism The Kissimmee ladies will continue ,A hammered brass jardiniere was ',
do to give good cheer to all the chil- Ethel Kirkby and Miss Allison.On been ratified as an amendment to the ai she portrays, "On to Victory": or heir knitting until every man in cleverly: converted Into an .imitation. !
'' Friday the same ladies were at constitution by"th legislatures of l lull them with "Bye Lo Dolly" or 'N
dren in the countries that 'are at war. Company B is fitted out with a complete a child' bank and Into this recep. ;
"" their post with Mrs. Gay Livingston the neveral states provided in the "Sleepy Time. Miss Wilson's toe silver'
d, further he asks every child 'who as comfort set.CONGRESSMAN Ode the guests dropped their
to bring a potato, however; IImall. Miss Amy Makinson and Mrs. A.. C. constitution 'within seven years from."dances, "Moment Lyric" and "Au- tfferlngs for- the1 Red Cross work. y I

,j see '''potatoes "wifi be collected 'at Burrows also' registering.: the date of submission thereof .to the bade Printanere" were greatly admired W. J. SEARS Twelve dollars was the amount do- > u

''the tree and sent to some children or This, little handful of women are states by the congress." I and showed the exquisite grace IS HOME FOR HOLIDAYS nated., w,

worthy charity who have: less',of striving to complete another While the house was debating, a of'. .the. dancer. Miss Wilson receivedno The afternoon. concluded with the'
,to;Christmas"than'' the Kisslmmee kid of surgical dressings'by the middleof resolution by Senator Brandegee, of I remuneration for her: 'exhibition Congressman W. J, Sears arrived distribution ofJ Red Cross .service' V,

dies.- / Y January. This shipment will Consist Connecticut! providing general and.I but' appeared at the Casino with the home from Washington this morning cards. i iDr
A-'meetlng of all committee, Is asked of gauze bandages ;4x4 inches.. new' plan of submission, of 'constitutions. understanding that a certain portionof to spend the holidays with his family. '-' .'
;'for by the 'chairman ,on .Monday These 'must be made with infinite amendmtnt was favorably* the receipts be turned.into the Red and Mr*. F. J. Mover arrived
'at 2'p. m. in'the ,council room. Let c.-e. that no,piece 'of' raveling be ported by' the ,senate judiciary ''com Cross treasury Miss Martha Belle Harris of this from Lockport; N.'Y.. Friday and are h+
Iramaen- mittee. While In Kisslmmee Miss city and Mia Rosa McKenzie of.. St. located at Mrs. C. E. Franklin' house 3+' ,
: 'aU pull together1 for< .- "very 'Merry left and that the bandage be, provides; that a41; amendments ) Wilson .:
..*Christmas to all. lately clean.When complete they'are shall be acted upon within was the guest of Miss Norm Griffin Cloud arrived from the State College for the winter: They yisitod Kissim-- s '

,' i packed-in bundles., twenty In a' bcnConUaued ::- eight years after submission and Instead sad; was the recipient of a number ol for.Women' at morn- mee three.,J'earBCO and have many '

;: ,} 'Ar-Savings Stamps are backed hy II of action as at preaeat'br': state pretty social courte..... She left for lag<<.to spend the holiday' ,with' home friend here who will be glad to learn t4'' '" '/

_,intr CoVernment and draw interest. > ( on Page Five) le&lalaturea, ,that the amendment., her. '. home in Net{ Smyrn4 I .. Monday.. folks. '., .e.s.';. .. : .I...-....., ... \,,'-. of their return... ,. ' "l'. ';f'It

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(l l'tr' I tt : C- to; Kissimmee Valley' Gazette' and St.

.c... Cloud Tribune for $150.00 each for .
-I; hre months subscr'ptions#. \\r

0 la Hardware Co. Mr. C. F, Johnson and Mr. E. G, 7" '

s ceo Vans Agnew being present, .asked the ;

board'to extend the subscriptions'for Ou'tOn; u

three months more, whereupon on mo- 'Not Little Orphans (
Kissimmee's Forget
;i Located on .ion of Commissioner E. L. D. Overt iii

BUSIEST CORNER street seconded by Commissioner A. F- '

Baas and carried, request was grant- 1 ,

We have' for sale'' a: large number ed.The board instructed, the clerk to.: and Homeless Kiddies Right Here at Our Own Door '

draw a warrant to the Seminole Pharmacy -

of attractive and useful articles for1 $18.95.1' medicine to county i in Florida Folks. It Won't be Right---It Wouldn't fl I

mupers; J. E. Johnson for surveying ,. .
suitable Christmas presents of county reads, $139.50; and for commissions
be Patriotic---It Wouldn't be Human.
( op Toad work completed on II I '
which the following but a pa'rtialI the St. Cloud:: road, 9878. I

. The board took a reeys \ 2 p. in. : :'No indeed we don't want you to give one penny lest 'to .any little Polish or Belgium or French

,I r list I I IJ The board reconvened at 2 p. m., a I Orphan Kiddies--butwe do want ,to call your attention to the. hundreds! of homeless, helplet! and "., .,

full. board being;! present I orphan urchins right here at your door-almoul 0.1: your doorstep- ;our own and your own little r $

:J Royal Easy Chairs, I' Wagons., .. The matter of appointment of trustees -! Florida youngsters--in. dire distress and need. We -don't want you to sl(v?p| over on of.theie, little

J; I for Special Road i and nrid B' Dis- : mites--at your door-step. -while you extend your hands. in ,aid to c cither. children. in need far away!I'
Cribs f'
SewingLamps ., tlict No 2 was' taken and .
I : up V1 i OhJ f but you .ay--why, there are no children',j Florida'rea'ly!! in need are there? Listen,- right
motion of Commissioner A. Bass,
'i : ., ,. Go-Carts. I this minute-'-there are actually hundreds of little*.ones in, dire distress on our Mate. We know because
seconded Commissioner E. L. D.
3, i j '- 900 'Of these little unfortunate have already received care and attention so' far/ this ,
over poor jour r
:.. 'r:; i Electric Toasters, Davenports) .. Ur.Over J.treet D. Chunn and! carried*nd'.(Jurdon, A. 1 13.<: II.Whale Clark, II year- and an average-of three new littl ." nites are r tpor'ted"eaih day. If we had 'space 1:e could, t tell F;

t ; Electric.Irons,[ Dressers. .' were" appointed us such. you of children: who !have'actually starved to'death-yen, right here in your state. ', \

Bond of the Alabama Paving Company Our Receiving Home' packed full ,of Homeless Boy, Girls and Babies--.-i in f fact we have had

Safety Razors, .Rockers, .on contract for brick road wOI'k. t to turn our open air school room- into 'a sleeping ,>oom to accommodate all the" little unfortunatesand ( t

Pocket Knives, l .Mirrors, on .the Shingle Creek and St.'' Cloud each one of these kiddies is just aching, craving, praying for a good home for" Christmas.. .Every. "
z roads was approved by the board. other orphanage and Children' Home !Is packed full; too- -and all these kiddies just t must be fed,

Guns Dainty Glasstf ore, Notary bond of. Leon D. Lamb with clothed and cared for -war'or no u-ar.;

P. E. Morgan and Clyde V. Edwards There are THREE BIG THINGS the good people of Florida can do for the 'anylittle .ones unler our

; Roller Skates, Hand. 'Painted Jap- was examined and approved. care- RIGHT NOW. ,

"". . ."_. Sjiahveejtho'Tioard d dklohlJIt9n; ..fle\ <&: viih.j ... ..._ .FIRST'Pd' -. .. ." '-.- : :=:. '....21J""tr: :"l.v".r' -'iji!,,;,-,,'*-i-"-.".J-l-vEil, .l,,'ir.J '_ .' -,, -... "-. ,....--..'
: L.ld"----J'l beCoee
': !frlcYdIOs;:' : : ':;: :,; ;:.r..n1ieAe.Wn..o:1; : "esllmatejaf work "compleled'on'the -" ,- .ery ome' : : ;
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.- ... ...""' "" ': St. Cloud road by) the Georgia SECOND-Send n* a Cash Contribution to enable us to CONTINUE our Great State-wide, UnDenominational -, ..
We'haire'these and many other articles too numerous-to men Engineering Company. work-which provides for practically a thousand New Kiddies in need EVERY, .YEAR.,
bear in mind that lines of Furniture and Hardwareare
tion. Always, our
complete, even down to porcelain and nett-egg t to fool the Old "I\ Cost bills State of Florida! vs. Alex THIRD-Get up a PACKAGE; or BOX, or.BARRELL of Fruit Nuts, Canned good, Vegetable, ";
Rosen '
Denver Bass Jim Hall and
Hen with. Preserve Jellies, Meat, Live Chicken*-or anything else to eat. .
Robert Gardner,,,examined and approved
; also Sheriff's feed bill of pris Or a Box of Children' Clotbea-U..d'er.ear. Hats, Caps, Shoe, Tips, Ribbon, Stocking, Kerchiefs 1

GASHUM AND SUSETTE oners. Etc., or some Toy; Dolls, Game, Candy or, .other goodies 'i .
."O Gashnm said Susette "I'ye found' wonderful health t \
Mr. Sullivan before '' ,
'Qeorge came Christina fine -write *
If Baby boy Superintendent t
you want a *--or a our
Lint here in the Ladies Home Astonisher, I'll read it "Eat an apple the board and asked them to declare ,.
a day and keep the doctor away: Ain't that a lovely thought road through PatJohnston's pasturea If you have money to send-:-send it to our Treasurer.If .

"Huh!" said"he, "That's nawthin', eat an onion a day and keep public road, whereupon Commissioner you have other article -direct them to our Matron Mrs. M. E Cole Children's Receiving-

everybody away E. L. D. Overstreet made a Home*. 1944 Riverside Ave.,,, Jacksonville, Fla. ,;I

r Watch this space next week and we will tell you of a mistake motion Commissioner J. K. Hill- \Christmas is almost here now-Please don't, forget our Kiddies, will you J Help ui in some wayto
Snsette made. lard be instructed to look into the keep up our glorious work-and make your own Christmas Happier too. Pleading in behalf of the
matter, and if road was needed to
Kids door. .
little homeless sight at your
confer with Mr. Johnston and get ; . ,
matter of right of" way adjusted, : '
which motion was ,Seconded by Com I We Are Your CoWorkers

_ -1 Proceedings the County Commissioners I missioner A. F. Bass and carried, andit rrChildren's

.. was so ordered. .
The First National Bank of St. Home of Florida
; JfCissimmec, Fla., Dec. 3, 1917. motion' that the State Department Cloud: and the Citizens Bank of Kissimmee Society

Commissionera furnish specifications for S, R. & B. I each' having made application ; .
) Dist. No. 2, which motion was 'seconded be '
to appointed a County Deposi
met in regular session at 10 a. m. on by E. L. I D."Overstreet and carried, in accordance' ""Florida's Greatest Charity'"
tory to' law, the matter ....
the' above data there being present; and it was so ordered; the county to of division of funds was taken and I
Ernest"Much, chairman; K. J.. I f). Ov- pay. for specifications. Commissioner J, K. Ilillyard made up a State Headquarter. 427-428 St. James Building Jacksonville Fla. Judge.. \V. H. Baker Presi-

:erstreet, J. K. Billiard, A. F. Baas and Mr. Cressap, state i engineer in motion that the funds be divided, the .dent; R V. Covington. Tr-eas,; Marcus C. 'iFagg Supt.

B.: II. Guy, commissioners; John S. Ca- J: charge of the Lou-ghman road ,came same as last year, and that tho'bondsbe ..

,de), Atty, for the board and J. L. Ov- j i before the board and stated that it placed at the same amount as last 4

erstreet, clerk and auditor. '1 would be necessary to secure two year; .that is, that the First: National\ .. tl
called its smart t'.vets the of - -- -'-'- -- ---- -- -- .. ,
The board wag to order by of land along right Bank of St. CIoi',> hive'the Yard Surface ----e 1 --- -
chairman Ms h) and the min- [ road Sta- -' n It Durfee, ''malnt. __.- B.Ofl f-mlnol Pharmacy, med.. to Co, regular session on the 7th of :. .
Ernest said at Jay Juri
1. :? ), way on Campbell ] Rood Fund and that the bond be K U Llvlng"t..n..llIl\lnt. ________ 1\.1. Iauper.-, ,_, _ _--__- 15.06C
step of the November meeting read tion; whereupon ,Commissioner; A...F.aas Siunnile. Jilontsdoca. malnt. -.,..- 6.eIt EJ? a'9 >t le I it; v 4.a z 9 F'It'J'
the '
' .. < tat$15,000.00aand .I'J Kvnns, qp.4, Uem.tAgentl i I' otl'l 'ST'11iArh' arm
:r"and approved; ,; iF' i I lmadeA, motion'.th ifrjiftrfgeTsTofurcli"aseji l1tli! l Bank 'Of Kl'" ;theneral nollI'rRnl4nr.fl'! / .JnllLufeJ'l.i&tl'rRtherltld.Uba t 1 } !r n

r4J.ra.C: h I came Ie or'e I anI e p jpln the' owners a 'w4 ""'* *.f Revenue' ffl Fine i and Forte r ture= .,, \ PI\UP boxWI11N1Thompsontcafflns IAar rtesI
..:+board'and asked hen 0 l11a E u' I Bas ""PO !Bible price) which mot on i Road rand,hia1dge and 'peclal rubli ,I sTnilnoln.lhnrniiITIeem oral 01Kjll" 2a'K1.Va11eyIUn.etl J. A r 1l I VERSTRE T ark

'.fsarylrepairsToli the doc a lit T"pec' de\ibyJCommssione| | I. r jKIlilliard | flX'$20' ? ...IInk''.+Vu REPORT -
.. cityf f urTdsTand bOnd VaileyYVaael4e
{ ?!! be IIIuttbElsher '
1 whereupon -i1 --*; ''- -"- .' *. '" ., ..:_____ ___ ______ I.. TVC .,'B t' Mn ASTOUNDING ,
Landing:; Commissjijncc E. and"carried. 000,00 which motion was seconded by 1. H Jnwrnm. cunt (',. Juittfe Ct:_ 141.\111 < chine'___.. __.J.i __ __ __. 117.00 FOR KISSIMMEE.
L. D. Overstrcet made 9 motion, that Commissioner A. F. Bass made a Commissioner E: L. D. Overstreet T M Murphy, Boat (,''. Ju-lun" T M Murphy, JudK- J\ "*t. 12.BO; <(I'hI"< H HI i rasa', jftll '.
the matter be patuerflo! January meeting mo'tion that the Board pay Mr. 'E. D. land j curried, and it wan so ordered. I., H Inffram, wHo Co Judge __ -_ 1.<..) .1 ''.It.? 01", Haw/ Co.. Mup. fan iV P"t' wit. C lad l.oo j .1 .M VVjllHi: -> pr. SB tf.--M 7. jll(
JOt111ate0 which Motion was seconded. by B. Wooten $5.00 per month for maintenance The board instructed the clerk to \VIJI MontsdocB, wit. fn, Judge/ - :ll.wo 4'Il| 'J'nx Colloctur'c report" of llr,-nae itch trouble no bad she could eat nothing .
JT. Guy and same carried.A he having been sick for the past advertise for bids for printing and J I CummlnKM, wit. Co Judfti8.On Hhou-eit $.a.)... Ucni-ml I.,",""".- < ill. ?>-t.j' tI 1- t i / but toast, fruit and hot water "
C f Johnoon. wit. CO Juiltro'____ 2.1'V i 'd I and| :1..411|] i( Auto U.MIIM l'ollc..1.
committee from St. Cloud, con- year and not physically able to earn binding County Booklet;, bids to be II .K hulls. wit. ('fI. Judge ____ 2.'i") Tin Tux Collector I'oll Tis reportImwcil I Everything else,, would) sour and.. ferment ;, y5
( S. J, his which seconded (' Ityon. wit. Co. Judge __.____ S.oo ,, f 85 nu o.ll.-rl.-l.. '
of Mr. Samuel
Tiicting Brammar support, was by B'I received up to 10 o'clock a.m., December I. 1: lmnnvrman wit. Co. Judge 2.00 I Kuirt|' of Dt-iioflltorlt-H showed 1111fellOW1)q I ONI5) SPOONFUL buckthorn '
'Triplett, S.. J Entriken, L. D. Frost II. Guy and carried. 22, 1917. . IjewlH Hall who eo.' Judge| _n____ 6.60 1."U Int.. 1917/ : baliinci-H .on Ito. ml.. teeen, her hnrak, glycerine, etc., as mixed '1n iW "
S. "W. Porter, accompanied by Mr. The board instructed the clerk to I The following bills"were examined, (1.'iimc H InKrnm Former wit., wit.<" 0.(b Judge. Judire1.00- a (Imti' Revenue _____________S3100.82 I.Adler-t-ka beneted her INSTANTLY- sin .-
________ '
will MontHdoca, wit, Co. Judge__ 2.OO( Flue/ and Forfelluue I023.H2
Barnard of the State Road Department draw a warrant to Mr C.; A. Carson approved and ordered paid: 1> n \WaKm-r wit. Co. Judge( __.._ l.oo Kim nod :!Krldirv __ 342.16Si I Because- Adl(> -Ika flushes the EN- \!!:
., came before the board and asked for his expense trip to Tallahassee on Krnct Mach, rommlmtloner .__.$ 4.00( .\ K Drought, wit. Co. Judge __ 2.00 | -i-lnl ruMlrlty ====::-:::=._ KMli.ii.1: ; TIRE alimentary! tract it relieves ,. i.,
Pal l wurrantvvi'rt> orderednnciled I .
'that the board' advertise for bids Federal Aid matter, a mount !l'3 1. |" Overntreot. rum 111 r. ______ 6."" Ch..J&. McOrory lla..B ease KBiioKiaphirHull ________ 96.66 I from the vnrlotm funds n.. ,.fullowR'1I.r..1 ] : ANY CASE constipation, sour stomach -'
.' .: J K Ililllnrd. vuimnr. __________ Commlasluns. ______ C.S3.72J Revenue ______.___ __$2275.fin.Fine .
ct the sale of bonds in R. & B.DiaUict also warrant to Mr. John S. C l Handy *
on. special $23.50; A ]' IlnttN, commr. _____ ________ fi.oo llouxe __ 4.50 and Forfeiture/ 228.VK or gas and prevents appendicitis. if
wood Cl.
;, No. 2, and for the construe Cadel for putting the validation proceedings IS II/ UU)', eom nr. ______________ 111.01) III II Intrrurn Jutlnw, cost June) and Hi-pt. 1 ___-__-_-_-_-_-_--__-?- <4&3'i.r< : l It has QUICKEST action of anythingwe "
+ J K JI"*... Janitor _?.__ ._________ 60.00 Co. Ct. 42MS.91 i ."i.eia11Pullicit3 _______ 13'sn. ,
t tion of the roads in said district, and through for 50000. John, aU)'. fur board __ 20.84 J J. (verstreet t-: I::::::::::::=J-- 8127 : ever sold Central Drug Store. 4
that the work of construction be under Upon motion of Commissioner B. ]II. 1.1 I.M (Murphv overntreet Judge dork! Co.&Ct auditor__,___ )111.110i'l' :28.OO) I. 11, IngTiim, coat spring term Ct. 273 (03 i There being" no further business before - 4e e* .

the supervision of the State Road De- Guy 'seconded by Commissioner J. K. W' II ('rn\\ol'tl. pros ntty.._____ SS.SS .1 Stout I Ovt-rKtreet l.lir. Co.,, ring lunlb.T" terns,.___Ct.___ KH.6H 15.nil j the Board motion for adjournment Drives.Qut Malaria Builds Up System\ ..!..,
111 Hall maintenance -.__..__ 6.00 ft Prntht-r, auto i I II The Old standard. crneral utrrnclhenlnB. tonic.
'partment whereupon Commissioner Ililliard and carried, tho clerk instructed Frank Kvnnn, maintenance fi.oo l.npfor rep; ::::: : was made and duly seconded, OKOVK'H TASTKUKSa
; jvas? ?? J & Itolerson I drugs to II t.1 6.35 chill TON 1C.drivel out I
!Mrs J XVrlirht, mfllnt. ________ fi.oo \V Cft < Oro. Co., muln feed ____ 110.V7 and the Board adjourned to meet in Fi.IAdaenriche.theblood.ndbuild.i upthe&vp
13. II. Guy made motion that to bills presented < |
a request :
e pay Mrs M Droniion ma Int. \ C Uro (;o., .un. It Q 220.77 I few A true tonic.i Tor.dult. cud children. 60o .( ,
Mrs Junlc' ,Johns malnt. ____.__ B.OOMrw I I fmf _::::=: : .
-bf' committee be granted, which motion auto repairs and supplies for Mr. B. H Wilson, malnt. r ____._ B.OO ] Mach, team hire i- 1HS.BOLxiuirhnian
.' 'w's seconded' by J. K. Hilliard E. Evans tQ date, and not to pay any Olnuil Sylvester main _?-.__.__ '. B.ofl Onceola lldw.Supply Co. ,Sup HUP.n R O(1675,10____ 3:1.16: |I 1-- t-

and carried; and the clerk was instructed further bills in this connection. II l llln TIlllB t'olllnKton-, main __malnt.______-___-_._,_-__,___ 4.00 B.OO \V L IIMnklimon rtliKfrnii. guard(10., sup_ U__((1,_.___ 35.00 83.)1I'' POTATOES '
s to prepare' notice. for bids to Upon motion of Commissioner E. June Mm Jlnry CMvmrntii I'ndKed, malnt mnlnt.__.'..____.._._,._. B.OO 5.00 Don Urown., guard. __?'n_________ 75.onIj 40.UO/ SEED

j' ,be received by the board up to 10 a, m. I". D. Overstreet, seconded by Commissioner Mr: A Wlmmonn, malnt _.__ It nn (1V 11 Knrinerupt Aiihton iiupt.roads roagrading_- ._____ Kici.oo -
S M MeClclluml,
January 12,1917.Commissioner !: A. F. Bass and carried, the MrH I. MnhleB, malntt.malnt :: --.j--_-_--- 6.00 B.OO: Emil Emil Mach Mach., 2 leas wagons and till Co.' Co.__auto_. __ 171.0V 17.SO\ MAINE GROWN SELECTED SEEDSpanldinj's ,
A M li r'hauncey. ninlnt __;A__ 6Mra .<">
A. F, Bass made a clerk was .instructed to draw warrant U M Youngmalnt.. _--____.--- 6.00 C &Alr Dint nNo ex. 2c p, trip Tall.: S. 23.BOC

jft? _. .V Johnson. eubaorlutlonn 8 mo.- Ifio.o'o -No. 4 Rose Early Red .Bliss Triumph, Irish Cobbler!. t
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- - - ----- J 10 Johnston, :'rll. wk__ $ti.7 .
1i 1 J TO Johnnlon,' surveying cams. Co r t MlMK. .,IhI".. Smith M rr Can club lB.00 I her, rrrmrr nail JnnnirjUrllfrrr.. '
( I Valley H C Stanford Cu., tihona pauper 3.itLupffr are the lilslu-nt quality. Maine irown Bi-iertad. ,; seed.V4', pre'fnnlllar .
& 1'rathor, auto to with the condltlona In Florida and our nerd took I. elected.
{ \ SHOES 11.1; Evan. ____________HUP.____,_ 1I5.413 You should plant M.1.e Cipow. .. ......4I for beet re.ult !( ..

I 't1T1Folt niscniiTn HEI J) CATAI.oja'l' o
r 1

Our large 'stock of New Shoes in all the Latest Styles WHHl&\ ) PAPER PERUS(0\,1: $- TQPlbNA ." I!I E. A. MARTIN SEED CO.

" THIS T-1TIr'L! >rr''"." and lIp'. Jk."..Hle. "'I.. _
fI READ ) Oldeit KBtabllshcd and LnrKuHt I Seed: House In. the Stat .
,and colors have arrived and are now on exhibition r ) fOOO NEWS; j' _._._- rs'I -it...
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$ : - ,,-- -
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; i at our'store. We have for your approval: .111 ....O..OO..Ot..OO +... .O ..aeons 1)o o+OOOOO.OO."' .: ' ,

-; 31, 'Queen..; Quality Shoe Florsheim. Shoes. .' 4Uq[ ry cro i Cold Storage for Fresh" Meats: 'J.. ;: ri '

) t for Womem .. '- For Men THIS IS THE PROPER i Eggs, Vegetables, Etc. '<< it-:
$5.00 $10.00 $7.00 to $10.00' STORAGE' :
for pure food Items. Our regular r :
: -{i' i .patrons know that we serve meats Quarter of Beef -__.___-Vac Ibcl Meat left in Storage ana. ."?

?' :::: .. :, :: 'EdacatorShoes for.Children, DOUGLASS SHOES food that live regulation up to the most Let strict us serve pure J Whole Hogs ___._,____.,. lb 'cut at used _________ 1c I lb. {

: ,:tl'i. $2.50 to '$4.00 I $3.50 to $8.50 you with meats of quality. You're Curing Pork ready for. smoking, 1 l-2c. per pound.,_" "

't,. t.! } ', -:- ..' ,, boundto, become very much Inter- Curing and .Smoking 2cper. pound... .
ested after you have enjoyed your .
:i : ,._ :'t: a: '.;.,p..;. Full fine of'Lower Priced Shoes for Men Women and Children. first order.. .And you'll come back Bring the ; '. j i '
.*... .. ,[ "* your hogs day they are killed. We will do
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::"? "ir. r'"i.1: the rest. .. .
.r-., . .. rKISSiMMEE "
j ; H.. C. Stanford Co. Again.Cjty Market -* ,
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,,.. ,.. : .,./_ _ ,11"(I . _."I'.Ieirtr 1< : ICE:. &, COLD ,STORAGt, CO.. .. .: .,

I.. .1/ ...0000 0 000.0 oo 4t ioo.oooo...". .0 .Of .. ... .. o.}!f!.!. J..:;_. "'"

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; Before In Kissimmee .,: rr


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a :" '.To Each' 'and: Everyone. that -Takes Advantage!' ofll1is.S, -le'--; N

i on Saturday, the 15th of December, to January *1 st. .';.

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

':! and Below Cost at Wholesale prices. Everyone that Buys.of me will Save Enough in

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

Cr .
l SO Pairs Men's Dress.Oxfords ____--____....S6.75:; now $5.49 50 Pairs Ladies' Colonial Pomps _..__._.__'__ 5.00 now 3.80 Men's r Blue.Serge Suits ___-_______________16.00.DOW. 12.50
i r SO'Men's Dress Shoes I.......________ 4.50 now 3.59 30 Pain Ladies' Pumps ..._______...__..__ 4.00 now: 2.99 Men's Ribbed Drawers ______,..___-.._____._ .75 now .6t'
t 20 Pairs, Men's Dress Oxfords, Tans_______ 6.00.DOW 4.49 30 Pairs'Ladies' Pumps '____________,-:.___ 3.00 -now 1.99 Men's Ribbed Shirts ------?------- ------ .75 now .60
SCr Pairs Men's Dress. Oxfords, Black________ 5.00 now 3.98 25"Pairs Ladies' English Walkers ...________? 3.75 now 3,20 r. Men's Balbriggan Drawers .....___..j....... .35 now :.27
30 Pairs Men's Dress Oxfords...__________ 6.50 now 4.49 100 Pairs Children's: School Shoes ___...____ 3.25 now 2.79 Men's Balbriggan Shirts ______.--____.__... .35 now M Nq .
i42 . 15 Pairs. Box DressOxfords,..______:___.. 4.00., now 3.19 25, Pairs Children's\ School..'Shoes __________ 3.00 now. 2.49 Men's Fine Summer Uader'Saitss.: ____ 1.50 now 1.20
i.". -10 Pairs Box Dress Oxfords ,_._._-.__'._____ 2.50- now '2.19 40 Pain Children's Foot Shape Oxfords j.L____ 3.25 BOW 2-79 Men's Athletic Union Suits ..------------.,_ .75 now .59 '
t 10 Pairs Men's Dress. Oxfords.__.!..____'.... 3.50, now '2.49 10 Pairs Infants' Shoe s.____---.__________ 1.80 now 1.49 Men's Athletic Knee Drawers __________'___ .75 _now .sg
a,; .10 Pairs'Men's Dress Oxfords _________.____ 3.00 now 2.19 Infants'' Shoes ___-.r_____*__________ 1.50 now 1.21 Men's, Athletic Shirts ___________._*-------- .75 now.75BOW SO() g .l
10 Pairs Men's Dreu Shoes ___.___....---- 4.00 now 3.19 50 Pairs Infants' Mary lanes, ________...____ 1.25 now' ''1.00 Men's B. V. D. Shirts __________ '::..L.:.__.:._. .so .' *.
.11 Men's, >__.. '_ ._',:.__'/3.50 vNOUf' '20. Pairs Infants' Mary lanes____!.i fh.fJidlil1/ < .00'\now .89' ,: "j,,;"iff -k'; ,
"u .Pairs Dress Shoes,, ... f.::;: :: now, ''ft.,8.2.49: { ".,' "'iJ".2S !" ,/.. Men'sB.V.D, Drawee,,-_-;.--------------. .75 now ',,50
\,.. I t10;::,; Pun. Boy's Dress Shoes\ ?})__""___ ___!\Jc__''n.J'_';_>\!_,',_r.h.f,\.250.. now "'199'... (",' ',." Pairs Misses',Ankle,. Straps.___\JS9! __H3!! MW.,>;2.25 J' "' "' '" .Boys' Knit,Uoiou'Saiti; ___ ,__ .....__ ._... 1.00 oow'+r J::,x.89': ; ,.. ,..
: .. "' .'x,44' l5"Pairs' Boys'i Tan Elk Shoes!; .* _': :----,t 135-. Olmow) 2.99 .... .;j., '.,25 Pairs Misses' Ankle Strapsfr''W; : j::;:;:;:;:=SfS; 2.5';N now1.99,' .!J!; 1;'1\\'. <* Men's'Knit. ;Union t ; Suits __ -_______-__-_----1.50: w'.,r'I.zs,
:; ;;:: ::: : : ;
.......*_____ 40 Pairs Ladies' White Shoes.31..;.....__... 3.00 now 2.49' '
Men's Walker 7.50 6.19 _
1 15 Pairs English now Men's Fleeced Limed Drawers __ ___________. .75,DOW .69 '
40 Pairs Men's Dress Shoes :____._____..___ 3.99 25 Pairs Ladies' White Pumps _______.______ 2.00 now 1.59 Men's Sweaters _________________._______ 3.00 DOW .39' '
12 Pairs 'e,\', Dress Shoes ____________.... 5.50 now 3.99 20 Pain'Ladies' White Oxfords, ____________ 1.50: now 1.19 Men's 'Sweaters _,___________-__________ 3.50 DOW 3.00 i
12 Pairs Men's Dress Shoes ___.___.__.... 4.00 now 3.2.5. 20 Pain Boy's Canvas Shoes _____.....----_' .65 now .50 Men's Dress Shirts ______________---______ 1.25 DOW' 1,10Men's : (
Men's.Dress Shoes ___ ______.._____ 4.50 20 Pain Misses' Tennis Oxfords ______..._;.._- .65 now .55 '
50 Pairs now 3.59 Wool Shirts ______-__.:__________ 3:00: now 2.69
;. Men's Dress Shoes Tan _,____... 6.25 4.50 Ladies' Rain Coats _._______.________._,___? 6.00 BOW 4.49 ;
24 Pairs : --- now \ Men's Wool 1 Shirts __ __________:_;.___-____ 2.25 DOW, 2.00Men' a,
Work Shoes ________________ 3.00 2.59 Men's Overcoats ___1 ...________________10.00 now 7.49 _
20 Pain Boys' now Wool Shirts __ _________:::._________ 2.00 DOW 175;
50 Pairs Men's Work Shoes _____________-- 3.50 now 2.69 Boys' Pants ____________________._._____ 1.50 now 1.25 Ladies' Knit Union Suits ______..._.;....:.___..___ .35 now. .29 fChildren's
20 Pairs Ladies' High Boots _________t._____ 6.50 now 4.79 Boys' rants ____...____________-__'_______ 1.75 now 1.49 Combination Suits ___:._:.________ .75 DOW .69
10 Pairs Ladies High Boots_______________. 5.00 now 3.69 Boys' Pants _.__________-' ___________-_-u 2.00 now 1.69 Ladies' lIandkerchier ___________:_'__;__ ..25'DOW .23
Boys' Suits _.__ __.______-..--ji,--------- 8.00 now 4.50 Ladies' Handkerchiefs: ____-..:__:.__-________ .15 now .13
High ....._____....... 3.25
20 Pairs Ladies Boots 4.00 now Men's Pants _________.______.___________ 4.50 now 3.25 Ladies' Handkerchiefs _______----_______.. .10 'DOW .08 '
50 Pairs.Ladies' High Shoes _______________ 3.50 now 2.89 MenV Pants _-_______*<.._________________ 6.00 now 4.49 Ladies' Corsets _______:_________________._ .50 ,now, .40.
.. 20 Pairs Ladies' Dull Top Button Shoes ______ 2.50 now 1.99 Boys' Blue Serge Pull___!:'______________ 2.25 now 1.19 Ladies' Corsets ____----__________________ 1.00 now' .$9
'20 Pairs Old Ladies' Easy Shoes .________ i. 2.%5 now 1.99 'Men's Work: Pants _____________::_ _______ 1.50 now 1.25 Ladies' Corsets ___________.:____ ___._____ 1.50 DOW 1.19 -
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l' You will 1 find Ladies' Underwear, House Dresses, Towels, Percals) Outing, Ginghams, Bleaching, Sheetings,

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

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.r Black and Tan Serge, $1.00 val, now'75c; Dress Suiting in'solid and plaids, val, 50c, ","now 35c; Ladles fine Silk Hose, $1.50, now $1.19. nFM..

j Men's and Boys' Hats, Suit Cases and Trunks. You will find hundreds of things that we have not, space 4 ut 1

.to mention. Everybody should come and see the great bargains we have to offer you right at Xmas Time. L.I4sTsJ:4 .

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: THE kissiMMEE VALLET..dAziTTE,* FRBJAY,' ''DECEMBER 21, idirtelMMEE '
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: you get a thrift card. :When yon get the German workman and make-the'land vacant for Germany. In Belgium "

VALLEY GAZETTE sixteen thrift stamps on your thrift The Prussian,. System the men are deported that the country may be a German colony.' MIn

card! you exchange I it for a $5 stamp, 'Serbia, where three-fourths' of 'a million :people out 4>f three millions -: ,

'1 .......... 1C..1rJ'. Frl4ar., paying the fractional difference in II have perished miserably' in the last three years.Germany har'denr k 1
!' OM. !. ".n., a...*... s dj.a. war j''
r:"**>, K......... ....rI.. cash Thrift stamps grow into Told by F. C:,Walcott at Conference of Field Men Sept. 12. its heart, shuts its eyes to. the suffering, thinka'only of Germany'cain. ;
t saving stamps and they,' will make I it In Armenia, six hundred thousand people were slain in, cold ;,

.'W. B. HA11IUS ... B. c). TANS AdNBW easy to save your money and to put i It >tit blood by Kurds and Turks under the domination and leadership of- r
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11 .-... .' This I have seen I covld not believe it unless I had sea .
.' ........... ,. '. If..- 11 into something that not only pay. youinterest through and through. For several weeks I lived with itf; German officers-Germany looking on, indifferent to the horror .an. , o
but'helps your country win intent the opportunity thus given. War, famine,
woe, only on seizing .
'! I went all about it and back. of ItJ; {aside and oat of. M was
the war. > pestilence these bring to the German'mind no appeal for''humane effort '
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shown to me-until finally, I came to realise that the lacreeS
Remember by buying now you get only the. resolution to profit from them to the utmost,that the,
MB ible was true. It Is monstrous It Is unthinkable' but it exists.
R $5 for $4.12. Go to your nearest post- German state may be powerful and great
It the Prussia
office or station or hail mail system That is not *J1. Removing the men, that the land may be vacant .

camel"who comes along and becomethe for German occupation that German stock replace Belgians
A year ago I went to Poland 'to learn its facts concerning the may
owner of a thrift card or war sav Poles and Roumanians doe
Servians Armenians Germany
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remnant of a" people that had been decimated by war.. The countryhad '
Two billion dollarsworth'
ngs more. Germany makes all manner of lust its instrumentality.
been twice devastated. First the Russian it
swept through
r OV of them are to" be sold in one array The other day a friend of mine told m.' of a mall just returned::
and then the Germans. Along the roadside from Warsaw to Plnsk'the ;/ '
,year, 30 get yours |snow, The earlier from Northern France. "I cannot tell you the'details; he said, "man
firing line 230 miles half million had died
present nearly a people
gsrATE PRESSPy ou buy,' the more you make. The to man', I don't want to repeat what I heard." Some of the things he
of hunger/ and cold. The way was strewn with their bones picked
Uncle Sam gets
sooner your money did tell-shocking mutilation and moral.murder. He told of women,
clean by the crows. With theirs usual thrift the Germans collecting
the sooner' the Germans; will be whipped '
by the in occupied territory of Northern France prisoned ire
score ,
the larger bones to be milled into fertilizer, but finger-and toeyones
and the victoriously ended.
war underground tethered for'the use of their bodies by officer
a.b.erlptl..llate.r 1 lay .on the ground with .the mud covered\ and rain soaked "
; One COpy', One Year.-....,.-.-.?.U,4)\) \ clothing. and men. -
.One CoPYt Ala Months....._____* 1.00tp.e ) The "bacli.tothefadrm If this is not piece of the Prussian's1'stem( 'it 1s "the logical a
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{ Copy Throe Months.-> in Kissimmee seems to be contagious' Wicker baskets were scattered along the way-the basket in
product of of the of others
disregard rights
i AU communication except from our and ,scarcely have \?e recovered from which' tHe baby swings from the rafters in every peasant home. Every- V

'' uthorlaad correspondents must be surprise learning of the"wonderful l mile there.were scores of them, each one telling a death. I.started-- '
Isrnttd by the writer. af but Such is the. German mind as it ,was.,.disclosed to me in several '
to'count after little I had it
to give
Rejected matter will not be returned acreage to be planted in potatoes up, were so many. '
,J .mla., called for. here this year, when someone comes That is 'the' desolation one saw'along the'great road from War 'weeks' contact with officers of the staffTreaties; are scraps of paper,., ,
saw"to Pinsk, mile after mile' than two hundred miles. told if they hinder German aims. Treachery is condoned and praised, if it "
;[ (Sintered In the Poatofflce at Klaalm- along with., the slogan of "Two hun- more They:
{ ." Florida. as! second-claa matter.) i dred acres of cabbage" ''for Osceola 'mea million-'people were made homeless in six weeks of the German: .falls irt with..,German interest Men lands, countries are German .

'1- County.-Sarasota Times. ." '.. '.drive-in August and September 1916.: \They told me four hundred.e prizes. Populations are to be !destroyed,or enslaved Germany"maY' .

: DECEMBER 21, 1917 I If 4 thousand died on the way. The rest, scarcely half alive; got through gain. Women are, Germany'.prey, children are spoils of wan God .

The"' recent celebration at Haines with the Russian army. Many of these,have:been sent to Siberia; it gave Germany the Hohenzollern and together they are destined" to rule ; ,y ;;
4 w VOL. XIX, No. 1 j Europe and eventually the world=thus reasons the Kaiser. ;
City, when that section of the Dixie is these people whom the Paderewski committee is trying to relieve. ,

,- highway was completed remindsus In the refugee camps, 300,000 survivors' of the flight were gathered Coolly deliberately, officers of the German staff, permeated 'by-

p M With this Issue the Valley Gazette that before many years elapse the ,, by tN: Germans, members, of broken families. They; were lodge i this monstrous J philosophy, discuss the denationalizing! of nations, tha-! -, i''
enters upon,.the 21st. year of its beautiful vistas of fair Florida will be in jerry-built barracks, scarcely waterproof unlighted, warmed, in undoing of other civilizations, for Germany's account

: Istence. connected by a network of these splen- I' the dead of'winter.. Their clothes; where tho buttyns were lost,. were '. In all the world such .a thing haj..never\ been. The'human,minJt '

: For twenty..lhc-siiiaitudeiaofsKi,consecutive, years we. did hardsurf8edroajswheT.jlmpa ;, ,'.; sewed 1..JJt.I! ..were4ngortYhdencewsytheyXtad!? \ ,, o "vRrllab I .:;' , >as revs, Boneyiyedtheiike.Evenamong" !; ; bsjrbariansthe: ; thing.wouW jokibe'lncrediblel .'
,..,:, ,.....zsllstPalallowsdr' { .v--i -;JootI --to wasli'foX.weelta: Filth and' infection from vernnn; were spreading.'They ---'- The mind can scarcely, grasp the .fact that these things; ,

immee 'as it has'grown from a village I, neighbors. were famished. Their dailyration 'a cup of soup and a piece are proposed and done by a modern government professedly a Chris-

to 'a thriving city. From'tlme to e) of bread as big as my fist. ,,, tian government in the family of civilized nations

time'other, papers? have come "to try It's a far call from the old prairie In Warsaw which had not lt been destroyed, a city of one million This system has got to be rooted out If it takes everything in the!

the location" but we have .been right schooner, with its hooped bow and inhabitants, .one of the most prosperous cities of Europe' before the ""GrId. if it takes every one of us, this abomination must be over ;+

son the job in fair weather or foul dingy canvas covers, drawn by a war, the streets were lined with people in the pang of starvation. Fam- thrown. It must be ended or the world'is not worth living In. No. }

For twenty years we have stood by pair of lop-eared mules, to the ished'and rain-soaked they squatted there, with their elbows on their matter how long it takes, no matter how1' much it costs, we must Ato*
this and have heralded to the .
city present mode of travel in Florida;; but knees or leaning against the buildings feeble to lift a hand for a endure to the end with agonized France, with imperilled Britain, with: i,,
world eve-ry step she has taken the I
ladder of fame and when prosperity up j, the State has progressed that far in bi tof money or a morsel of, bread if one offered it, perishing of i(old shattered Belgium, with shaken Russia. '

t seemed to turn her back on the 'com- the memory of the present genera and hunger. Charity did what, it could. The Vicn gave all they had. We must hope that Germany will have a new birth as Russia..

weI I tion. The poor shared their last crust. Hundreds thousands were perish- is being reborn. We must pray, as we fight against the evil that Is in
munity and held herself aloof,
1* boldly I declared "It dldnt: amount too ._ j "ing. Day and night the picture' is-before my eyes--a people starving, .Germany, that the good which is in Germany: may somehow prevail.
t md h' rut Red Cross Christmas seals onaill a nation dying. We must trust that in the end a Germany really great with the '. 7
after all. .
your packages and letters from strength of a wonderful race may find its place as ore of-the brother- c
will reachour
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-- ' newspaper now until Christmas. Do your bit in In that 'situation, the German commander issued a proclamation. hood of nations in the new world that is to be. r "
/ majority and will be entitled to
vote and we will cast our vote for fighting tuberculosis In our own State Every able-bodied Pole was bidden to Germany to work. If any re- The responsibility of success or failure rests now upon our shoulder ,r

'o ,"Kissimmee every time. j' d._ fused, let no other Pole give! him to eat, not so much. as a,mouthful, the eyes of the world are anxiously watching us. Are we! going to-be ?

$ For twenty 'years this city and the I under penalty of German military 'law. J able to rise to the 'emergency, throw off our inefficiency, and prove &.
!$! Gazette have been on the best of PRESENTMENTS This is the choice the German government gives to the conqueredPole that Democracy i is safe for tho world
J terms and we wish tq take this opI I to the husband and father of a starving family: Leave your September 13, 1917. \
T, OF THE GRAND JURY family to die or survive the be. Leave
nortunity to express our appreciation as case may your country I ,
'f,of'the past kindness and liberal pat. which Is destroyed, to work in Germany for its further destruction.If . RIDING THE.. NEWSPAPERS cery man to give that same'party 25 l'

oI --' ronage we have received We wish In the Circuit Court of the Seventh you are obstinate, we shall see that you surely; starve. > or 50 cents worth of sugar. An inch 'l

V' extend to her people the greetings Judicial Circuit in and for Osceola Staying with his folk, he is 'doomed and they 'are not saved; the There was never a time when the of space in a newspaper has as much

i"! the season and wish that. when County, State of Florida: father and husband: can do notbing for them, be only adds to thejr intrinsic value of advertising was' intrinsic flour has value in a as grocery a certain store amount, yet no or .

,they: "gather 'round the festive Fall Term ,A. D. 1917.1 risk and suffering. Leaving them, he will be cut off from his family more universally recognized than it one'except a subject of charity will

-;: .board" Tuesday it' will indeed be a To the lion. James W. Perkins:- they may never hear from him again nor he of them. Germany will is now, -yet publishers have to continue -; ask the grocery man for that .

'J" 'ferry Christmas.* We wish that Judge of.the Circuit Court. set him to work that' ia.German.workman may be released to fight their fight against the idea that without pay -or promise to

tI through the coming: year no small We, the grand jury, empanelled in against his own land and people. .He shall-be lodged in barracks behind space in their colums is free for the to Why publish should something the newspaper-be for' .rticl8'(1. r

.C.measure'of prosperity will be theirs I and ,for, said county for the regularfall barbed wire entanglements, under armed guard He shall l sleepon asking., Because' the newspapers of 1 when the matter published is

57 ) '--'* "'-_ term A. D. 1917 have completedour the bare ground with a single" thin blanket He 'shall be scantily the country- have rallied to the government direct purpose of getting a personal ,

"' labors and! beg leave to submit fed and his earnings, shall be taken from him to pay for his food. in'giving so much space free benefit by the person,who asks for its, 3
_ r -That is the choice which the German in behalf of the fight we are into, for insertion. One of our trade journals 1
these offers to
general government
our presentments.We a
; ---:.. selling bonds food conservation etc., calls attention to this patter and ad. ''J," .. ..,
i .j:Dlrector Griggs has have carefully examined and InquiredInto ,I' proud sensitive, high-strung people. ,Death or slavery.: etc, their liberality has been misun- monishes the newspapers to head off '. ,,"
I 1" and; *'city >, chairmen throughoutt the all cases brought ,to' our ;";, &'::When. a, Pole gave me that proclamation; _J was boiling.. But I,', t. derstood or misconstrued and individuals this tendency that seems to be threat-!,' "
-i (\ atffntlon and have to" the best,of,our (bad to restrain myself. Fwaa, practically the only foreign civilian iny; are-making more bold than ening publishers everywhere. Spec!
,state\the following editorial}'written: judgment taken such action as we consider I' the countryaandiI1wanted i tog 'Io !the"people: =lThat, 'what riIfwas ever before for to ask free space for is just as much of a commodity in a
-byE.iDl.Lalnbright'chairman ofthe, ''' there for1and strictly advertising matter. The news newspaper office as shoes are in Ja
; 'must'not
',Tampa :'committee,' with the request right and Just as W Interpretthe for earncaueeyjeopardize'the underq paper is under no more.obligation to shoe store, and above all other departments
tI that they, secure ,Sts, publication in laws of the State of Florida. taking., Tasked Governor General Von Beseler, "Can this be true" give a'free reading notice that is ad- of its sources of revenue*..

*!4heif"respective local : We have, through committees, appointed "Really, 'I cannot say," he replied. "I have signed so many vertising in its nature, than is a gro 1 I It its life blood.-Bartow Record:

newspapers examined the court house, jail proclamations;, ask General Von Kries." _u_.___ __..__ .i
Now is the time for the ('small
[ and grounds and find the different departments So; I asked General Von Kries.. "General, this is a civilized: peo l't
v'change" to come to the aid of the
of the court house well keptin ple. Can this be 'true?"
+i. }!.,eountl'f."Now"'Is' the time for the. man, woman a neat, cleanly way, sanitary and ., "Yes" he said "it !is true"-with an air of adding, Why not? 't

i commendable. We recommend and I dared not trust myself to speak I turned to "Wait "
or child.who doesn't feel able-to we ; go. he aa d. 'tt. :
would that the commissioners Arid he explained to me how' Germany ifficial
1 ";"come across" for Liberty"get urge county Germany' regards the t.j t.-
state of \
into, the game" of financing the would have some of the Spanish subject peoples. \ j

war by investing from 25c to 412. mosp/ and the deal limbs removed ,
:' r ... ?oJ The new, war savings stamp plan from the live oak trees on the court Even now I find it hard to describe in comprehensible terms the t.

(C-. devised by the government) for house square and thus preserve the mind of official Germany, which dominates and shapes all German ''
natural beauty spot of our town. ;thought and action. Yet it is hard clear cut
4 purpose of reaching the great as -: as real! as any ma- _: I
r It ., of, people, especially those who We have examined the school buildings terial thing. I saw it in Poland, I saw the same thing in Belgium. I : ,

J ." ve'been 'unable to put $50 into a of the town 'and found them in hear of it in Serbia and Roumanla. For weeks it was always beforeme r

f J1; >nd., Under thin* plan the nickels, good repair an3 in a rood sanitary always the same. Officers talked.freely, frankly directly. All .. .-

i I roes, quarters and half dollars of the condition.We the staff officers have the same view. .

j L 1' t American public ct' put to through the committee appointed Let me try to tell it, tie General Von Kries told me, in Poland in -.' ...,'

-.". e Boches.and' making examined the county farm, and the midst of a dying nation. Germany is destined to rule the world or "

'Jf' coQ3'.g f.o.,W< '" .Democracy." find a 7-room one-story building in at least a great part of it. The German people are so much human 1 \ \ V.
} i. and.tlon w', ' get your money back good condition and would earnestly material for building the German state,- other. people do' not count -.

J ':struGG'," recommend that a white) man and wife All is for the glory and might.of the German' state. The lives of \ $ ''h ;i

be reds ngs stamps are now on -appointed 'to keep these premisesso human beings are to be conserved! l only if it makes for the state's ad- i

rlany.. i! postoffice, substation' that in case of any white indigents vancement their lives are to be sacrificed if it is to the state's advan-

mail carrier: city or they can be kept at the farm and have tage. The state is all, the people are nothing.

p ''+ ; can be bought at anyi good care and due attention.We Conquered people signify little in the German account. Life lib- Victor Records }

.v';, 11 soon be on sale at all find at the present time that the rty, happiness, human sentiment, family ties,-grace and generous im- ..
i premises, are. .kept: and the cooking pulser these" have no place beside,the I '
f""" al stores, offices hotels - :one concern, the greatness of the ,
N, ', : J: and other places of public done by a colored man without a woman German state, MAKE "

1 i '" yare going to be they in charge, making it impracti- Starvation must excite no pity; sympathy must not be allowed, if ,

g to buy and on sale at cable for a poor, unfortunate white it hampers,the main design of promoting Germany's ends. !: '"
't ". woman to be taken care of under Ideal Xmas Gifts \
than any other article in present "Starvation is here, said General Von Kries. "Candidly, we -
r conditions; also that an inexpen would like to see it relieved; we fear our soldiers may be.unfavorably ,

<,' '. ops- are pf two kinds.- dive building be provided where colored affected by the things they see. But since it inhere, starvation must A few from the December list especially. suited to this ' '

,'p" i. -t uv'' ?-savings stamp sells, in Dofcember persons labor housed may be kept and the convict serve our purpose. So we set it to work for Germany. By starvationwe Christmas are:

and January! at $4.12. After separate from the can accomplish in two or three years In East Poland more than

1.. fib rr'January: it increases one cent a'mDnth1J first' above named house. we have in West Poland which ,is East Prussia: in the last hundred| Number ,
t ;Z.!- I "". ''until December, 1918, when it reaches We further recommend that 'orna years. With that in view, we propose to turn this force to our advan 4515 \ Holy Night Lacy Marsh and Lyric; Quartet '' ---'-; {%

-k, '' t -'--ta top price f4.23. Its face value is mental shrubbery, fruit trees, etc., be tage. .. I Silent Night, Holy Night . .. Lyric Quartet '
rl': about the '
( -u*$6 V On January 1 1923 the"govern. In planted the front premises, especially "This country is meant for Germany," continued the keeper of 88574 He Was Despised (From the Messiah) Louise Homer

.ti,' r__ ,- ;:-jnentwill redeem..jt at $5. But'yondon't property and make yard, it to beautify valuable the starving Poland. "It is a rich alluvial country, which Germany has 87278 God Be With Yon 'Till We. Meet Aaia. Soprano and ViolinGlnckZimbalist '
". have to wait until then. You needed for some generations.. We propose to remove the able-bodied : 1 ,
"cash in'' working Poles from this country It leaves it open for the inflow
can your stamp or stamps We find sufficient outbuildings for 64712 The Crucifix McCormack'Werrenrath: :
jVt at money order of German working people as fast/ as we.can spare them. They wilr
any time any post1 -
present:use and considerable land beIng 35661 j( Sing 0 Heavens . Victor Mixed Chorus ':\
1 office1, at more money than you paid occupy it and work it" '
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put in tillage for planting crop's.We Upon Midnight Clear Victor Mixed Choral ,
f iy..f; orJt;; further wish to state that 74553 F ;
;get about 3 per cent interest i at n a- some and by we shall give back freedom to Poland. What that happens Poland Symphony in Minor' BeUen Symphony Orchestra: !

,* "'torJtyTyotji'g.t "'per cent, compound- colored juveniles have been brought will appear automatically as a German province." 74552 Channant Oisean GalliCorel'Sing :
before us.who too to be ('
jed quarterly; When you buy a stamp were young In Belgium, General Von Biasing told me exactly the same thing. 64716 Me LOTC'S Lullaby FraaC: "Alda x'
handled in the ordinary and
.. war savings certiflcale, tow way "If the relief of Belgium breaks 'down -we can force the industrial
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would recommend that a place be se Also the Latest Dance and Song Hits
yvbleli the' stamps are to he attached population Into Germany through' starvation and colonize other Belgians ;
and buildings put to take j
;"t'a' tine piece,, of work-as pretty cured up in Mesopotamia where we have planned large irrigation works;
of these children according to R.
:as, *'.uberty Bond.: Py registering the care laws of Florida, described in Germans will then overrun Belgium. Then when the war is over and DeWlTT, _BROWN s

',jGr'eertUieate.y01l:: make it.abrolutot given back to Belgium, it'willbe, a German Belgium that is. '
Chapter 6841-No85)( ; act to EMMETt'ST.PIANOS
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ISIJr.' ....... 'against'loes or'destruction. detention homes 'and schools restored: Belgium will be"' a German province and.we have Antwerp: *, .
', the thrift which Is what after." 4.
TIIsm, there's. stamp we are V ICTROLAS.1

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Mrs Denaaaa and Mrs. Hamptonof 1LMr..vv-iiv-tsv4' ; "" -- - ,
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INTERESTING 1.0CAL.ITEM.S I Palatka wer. guests ,of 'Mr. and .

Mrs,.,P,, C. Buttorff last week. oil

,,' .+.... ..*... ......*.... .. Prof R., M.T.n.. made a business Don't fall to see ur' men's Ties, '

f' : ,trip to Tallahassee'last week. Garters and Arm Bands; they are $8,000 $8,000' :

t Weather Report Christmas candy a' plenty.,.at the 'or Xmas gifts. F, H.' Lawson.. *
\ Central Drug Store ,Stock to STORY'S' 1, Stock '
. : toSelect"
Rev.t;W. H. Coleman: of Ocala, will
John J. Hatalla of Dillville Ohio '
preach at the Christian church next '
J Following daily: 'temperatures . In pending some time .In Kissimmee, Sunday morning and. 'evening. ; Select From: From
and precipitations as reported
r a guest at the Osceola.'
by Government station Buy more Thrift Stamps fewer i
. at Klsslmme fo- the week ending Mrs. W.. W. Rosegrant, of Everett,, ,
Thursday,,Dec. 20; Washington, hag arrived in Klssimme cigars.: ,
Max. Min. Rain to spend the winter. Mrs. L. H. Ingram Mrs. ,A. Frain; 4 ] #

4 Friday ?. r... 6639 Mrs.:Chas. Donegan, of, Deef Park and Mri. -Harry Meech motored to War [
J Saturday ? -. 70 87Sunday has been spending several days. visiting Orlando Tuesday for a few hours. con'omyXMASSALE:

.. ... ,,72 48 : relatives in this city. Edwin J. 'Maneytwas among* the
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Monday*- Mr. and ,Mrs. P. C. Buttorff left tourists spending several days in Kis
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H Tuesday -' Tuesday for New York city to spend simmee this week.. He stopped at the
Wednesday .. 63 50Thersday '
the holidays with their son. Manhattan hotel
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Nelson Realty Company have three ""Mrs Bell Lee returned( to ,her
i 9 ....... .o.oo...... .fOO furnished houses! and two good farms home in Baltimore last Tuesday after

i' 1 Fire Insurant See A. E. Drought for'rent. a. pleasant visit here with the' family -

Do not forget that the Xmaa Sale Children should' buy'.Thrift Stamps of In!), Mv Lee. j { Y

+ Is still going on at F., H, Laweon's.Buy and strike a blow for our country.R. S. Summerlin of Jacksonville a

Thrift Stamps and help win D. Calkins returned this" week well known stockman :was a recent' 4 I

,peace and democracy for: the world. from Williamsburg Va., where"Ve I has Kissimmee visitor. He was 'a guest
been working for the last six monthsin at the Manhattan hotel. \ I
Williams few hours
{, J. H. spent a
one of the many Dupont'munition
1' in Orlando Saturdays t factories. Miss Grace Winn returned 1om'efrom ,
Miss Louise Daniels, of Columbus, 'Supt. Chairman the State College for Women at
G., is the attractive guest of 'Mrs County C. E Yowell Tallahassee last Sunday to .spend the y
',, ,
W. C. Bass, of the school board, '
'r t!. E. Hilton. holidays with her parents.

p i. ( Mrs. William H. King left Sunday and Architect down,to Kenansville AI.n'. MacDonoughwent ,Tuesday' on Repd Nelson's'' (advertisements In f SPECIAL Dozen's of Men's Beautiful y

for a two months' visit withj her Classified'list.
business ,connected with the hand .
mother in Providence, R. I. lIom new school building being erected C, 'Whitney and wife arrived from Xmas Cards TIES,10c. '-

':You can save money by going to .at that:, _place. .. ,?., ......., .,o' 0' layton: Ohio, Saturday:? '.* and will . ,_...... _" ? .jt.. : ,w:.r + 'i 'AMi
.. s9n.'i3orrgoAdscut.taa: ndeeioxl'r ) ),;}"1Trilf1 'rii. ((1'ro f:P1 f1 t t'= end.;.Bomft';: ime-te"'--city.WTh ;.;'--: (: w'l-l i r L ;: 'THEY '- ,g ,Tn : -' .1..11' t ''wr
phia Tuesday on a short business mis are guests at the Manhattan, hotel._ ". each
cost.Mrs. ,
I;. M. Arnold arrived Wednesday : sion. lie 'expects to return in abouta Mrs. W. B. Makinson and daughter ,

to spend the winter with her month with his family, to their 111'1Clal1de\ Harper spent( j jin l 1c.Each Better Ones' 25c,'35c and SOc. '
daughter Mrs. J. T. Burkhalter. plea rant winter home on Broadway. Tampa, where they were joined by < ; r
Coburn's; Greater Minstrels will appear They will come through in their car. Mr. Harper. '

i at the Casino January 9. Speaking H. O Morrison and wife of Fen- Mr. and Mrs. Lichtenberger from I ]l
t"-' of the show the manager says, ton, Mich., have arrived for the winter South Bend, Ind., were among the Extra Special l : Women's Black '
"It's an all new show ,and the best I Mr. and Mrs. Morrison .are winter residents of the city arriving FOR YOUR '

,or- ever had." among our moat faithful winter via this week. They 'are registered at ]I Women's Sport and White' ,;

" Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Parke r and family itors, having visited, Kissimmee every the Manhattan hotel. ,
'i?"' from Sioux Rapids, Iowa, are here year since 1910; with the'exception of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Carroll, of Fitzgerald '- Coats, Hose

's for the winter. They are occupying one season. Ga., have returned to their ] .3-.:

apartments in the C. E. Hilton! home. E. D. Hogan of Loughman spent home after' a visit in the city. Mr. l $4.00 values, SOLDIER. 15c ,the pair., x

. II* H. Cleaver and wife and J. S. Monday in the ,city winding up his Carroll owns valuable property near ;
' Cleaver of 'Perry, and J. C. Elgin affairs as executor of the estate of Kissimmee and was. here looking after Our Price, $2.50Men's
and wife of Fulton, Missouri are win- the late,Tommy Thompson. Mr Ho-; it.You. ]

'' ter tourists in Kissimmee, and all_are. gan is a former tax collector' of Os- can get shoes to suit your TIES, .'25c Stocking SILK HOSE,

located at Mrs. Westfall's. ceola county, but is now; postmaster taste and money ''out of F. H. Law.' I : BOYS' CAPS MIRRORS, 25c t

Hon. E. L. Lesley and Attorney at Loughman.The son's big stock ] Caps 50c; .65
fj. Lewis O'Bryan prominent and influ- Sunday school of the Presby- Rev. C. H. Sum era, pastor of the Handker; 25c TESTAMENT, 25c ,

fo; ", ,"entlal, citizens- Kissimmee,..autoedto tetrian church :made the annual :contribution Methodist church for the.past year TABLET, '. 5c ,15c: &: 25c: and BOc.
r a. Orlando today and spent ..evera1i to the Armenian-Syrian relief left Thursday for: his new work at ]I chiefs; ... '

'\.. hours greeting friends and transacting fund last week, when it donated Camp Johnston, Jacksonville. Mrs. 5c, 1Dc I. 155. and 50c, ENVELOPES, .5c

__ business.-Morning Sentinel., 26 cents per member. Another splen- ,. Summers. and their. sons will remain :. BOX PAPER, 15 & 25c Men's Hats BOYS'SWEATERS
did record made in Kicsimmee. '
the here until after Christmas. ,
W. H. Arnold, who represents
firm/ MacDonough 'and Arnold and Miss Eula Render of LaGrange, F. F. Watsan of Grand Rapids, ]I Men' Fine XMAS Tooth'',Paste- ,-.1O & 25c 75c 1.25, .
! construction of the Ga., arrived this week to spend sometime Mich. who ; "u
the is
rm has charge, of wintering at St. Cloud, : Tooth Brushes lOc .
ifev" HUiTSings< for the Consolidated Land as the guest of Mrs. H. C. Stan was an appreciated visitor in Kissim Dress Shirts BOOKLETS $1.50, $2.25
their the Kilo ford. Miss Render formerly! taught ''Mr l Soap, 5 and lOc 75t
Company on tract on : mee Tuesday. ; Watson and Mr. ail .,. ,
simmee Prairie came home yesterdayfor music in the Osceola High School, L. S. Sponaler are from the same'city : ,
SLOO Arm Bauds 5 & lOc
and made friends while ; 5c Each ,
Christmas.C. many warm and know each other well but were ]l, ,. '

. Steward, who recen Jy'move"d to here who her are'always her occasional' delighted visits to wel to mutually surprised when they met at 0 MEN'SSHIRTS Shirt W stS98c
come on
' St. Cloud from the North, spent yestetrday the railroad station here, as neither r . ,
in Kissimmee and made the I Cissimmee. if them'knew of the other's coming to RIBBONS Children's '
: Mrs.,, : Rhea, of Washington, TOYST ,
Gatette, office an: appreciated < alL' jFrank! Florida. r . Handkeric,1 .
? with D.' C., arrived 0. here Wednesday, to J, 1 1c 4c 5c '
Mri.Steward I is highly,,pleased:, B. O'Qulnn returned home last Wkh'Celfars .
thisjt section1:, and particularly 4 St; spend the .remainder of the season.' week from Washington; D. C.,. wherehe t chiefs ,. 'W' I
Rhea will be remembered Oc,15c, '
Cloud and thinks Florida'will eventually Mrs. as one has been employed on government 65c & 75c. 81di. '
of visitors last and 15c Box ar 2I :
was ,
into great agricul- our year work for the past four' months. In
develop a .
numbered among the most enthusiastic his life of I r and 25c yd Boxes far 25c (
tural state. more than sixty. -years,. all DOLLS T t
of She
frequenters the ,
which has- '
Nelson Realty Company advertise : been spent in Florida, Mr. Big Reduction # '
expects Mr. Rhea to join her a little
I holiday bargains in classified list. O'Quinn had never seen' snow until Women'sHandkerchiefs
,later in the season. he made this trip and it will be per Ad .
., Mrs.: A. J. Hunting, of" Portland, Dr and Mrs. H. .J. Sloss, of Blue fectly agreeable with him if he never every'O On all Women's
?, (, Oregon, was a visitor from St. Cloud Springs, Nebraska, were in Kissimmee sees' another Little Thins ,
':,,' Thursday, Mrs. Hunting's husband BOYS andGIRLS .
Orlando where
yesterday from. O. Hats. We have
W '
Rev., D. J. Sumner who was
and son are both officers lathe" U. S. they are stopping temporarily. They leaving Tuesday for Gainesville, was 5c, lOc, 15c and I
? Army "somewhere in France. She came down to look over Kissimmee, seized with w. have ;
acute attack of indigestion
an about 20 left.
t' is spending some time in Florida with and were so" well pie ased they decided and fell on the street. It 25c each.I Se TOYS Y
her mother who is now at St. Cloud. t o )ocate here permanently. They
for lOc TOYS t.
was thought some time the ;illness -
,, Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Wilson of Grand rented the Waring cottage on Sumner might be serious but his condi. ISc TOYS
I/ "1 . Rapids Mich., are among the recent street, and have sent back home for tion improved sufficiently for him to Y 20c TOYS Y
Sf' arrivals in Kissimmee.\ Mr. Wilson their furnitue.r Dr. .and :Mrs. Sloss leave With Mrs. Sumner Thursday 25c'TOYS

, .'i/i'"' tells of vero weather and show at his were shown over the city by JT. Mc- for their new home, in Gainesville, : SHOESEverything 3Sc TOYS SHOES !

. :,t home and says he is glad to have ex Phatter.. where they will be near their chil- SOc TOYS
\: changed them for sunshine and flow Captain Lee Jarrell, who recently dren.
ers. received his promotion from first S
"; r: : Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cooper and lieutenant, spent a day or so here this --- ooisS lTOYSSpecial /.' r"e( ':'

":: daughter, Miss Ester, and Paul Cooper week attending to business; matters LOCAL RED CROSS t ., In We Sell Dependable Sho )rr:
t and wife were a congenial party and receiving the congratulations", of DOING: GOOD WORK ., "

:: from. New Castle Ind., arriving InL his friends. Captain Jarrell .,has been' :Shoes but Feet at Prl
Money Saving
KissKmmee Monday for the winter. command of Company B ever since (Continued from Page One) ,

1:. M. Cooper was here four years ago Captain Katz failed in his medical die and' stamped "American Red t r d In .>0

: and'will be remembered by many former examination, and has been a capableand Cross,. Kiasimmee Chapter"

friends. painstaking official. His many inn rolls of_gauze_ have already MENS' _HOSE_ - HOSIERY.,...... .p.
C. A. Straub owner of Park Uar- rlen tdaragiadtoknaWthatfiehaeat : for this box cfIt is not ,
Women .
.; ;. < dent arrived in Kissimmee a few days last received the promotion which'' half full. It will require 6300 bandages 10c, 15c, '20c 25c, Notice For and. Children] !*: '*

,.. ago and is making valuable Improvements he has so worthily won. I' for the shipment.Mrs. 35c and 50c the . Women', ISc. 20c, 25c, IgJ. a
on his lands.. Ha has a carload Kull Baas continues to make im- M. Katz who is in charge of ,
+i of horses and mules( on the road, : provements on his muck farm on East this department urges the ladies and pair. SOc 65c and SOc, .\,'j]aChildren's

,, having ,shipped them from Kansas Lake and will, in a few years, have girls of Kissimmee to help in: this 10 per cent reduction . 15c and 25c': y "
!! ",.. Mr. McAdams, who will take charge : one of the show places of this section. work by contributing a few hours at Our Buyer Buys for r.

of Mr. Straub's land, is coming with Its expects within another year to least each week. No previous-instruction Two Stores on all Toys to We Sell for Cash. '
the car load of stock. His, wife and have a hundred acres in cultivation, is necessary as the work is done That u} <
. son came ,with Mr. Stub, thus another all of which will be thorouhly drained under the supervision of those who Churches and another rjeasun why. 'our
;,T ' ""' family is added to citizenship, of and irrigated. He has already took the 'course under a Red Cross That U one of the reasons ,
,' it v Osceola county. completed a large new barn and a nurse. our price are lower than prices are lower than:'our r

Miss Jessie" Lee Blackmon went-to neat 6-room bungalow, the latter ofl I .This department Is greatly in need other stores.Prosperity . SchoolsWE competitors. f
Dade City last week, to take an examination which will be used as a tenant'shouse of,old sheets and ony one who will do ?
in History and Civics, the and ha the foundation laid for nate these will be rendering a real ..
by her in-the Osceola a handsome, residence for himself. service. '
. r ,subjects taught ... SELL IT FOR LESSSTORY'S
.1'p j< Pllifch. School. There was some con"Vs. Mr. and Mrs. P. Kerwin and two January Supply Now Ready. Counters '

I :; y fusion in regard to. Miss Blackmon's children a accompanied by Mr. Ker- The'hospital,garments departmentunder '
,, "' ;credentials, entitling\ ,her ito4a state I win's sister and child, are expected the supervision,-of Mrs. N. C.; Values. PACKED 'f
,,;" 'graduate certificate and as'only: : a .to arrive Saturday for' a visit, with Bryan has pledged the regular at

,:, few dAys remained in which the Osce Mr. -and, Mrs. J. A. Blackwell' *.who monthly ,quota of garments. .The r ;HIGH
ola High School might qualify for the have apartments at the home of Mrs. shipment' of the December supplies
-; tate 'accredited list,.Mlls 'Bfackmon J. F. Thomason.; Mrs. Kerwin (nee was forwarded ''days before the date LowPrices
"(decided to take no ,chances"of delayed I Miss Margaret Black well) was a former scheduled and the January ,shipments WITH $ {"
actio. in the' matter and stood the .resident of Kiasimmee and bal now complete,' '
:examination' for,.a'special' 'certiflcate a host of friends here. During her There has been no ce..tlon'of activities RARE I

?* .' ':making.a'' high,average. Thlsjaction visit her' brother, Paul will ,cOme of the ,ladies in' the knitting The Great Xmas ,Store .
., of' Miss Blackmon's ,waa'the more home from Gainesville; where beds at department, arid before many we VALUES '
:', *1 icre .dnot anticipated 'school, o and her1" sister; Mfs..'Sawyer; elapse every soldier in Company of Kissimmee "
v--"> ':caking this l(examination, ,and ,had of Ashton,'will, be here'for. the bolldays. will :be wearing knitted ' k8l ) .i ,

J i 'i .pads,;no preparation x, ,for' it.i . J 1r1 from Kissimmee,, ..' e Jl> KjA/i' i M \/!/' .SV' ... .Jll" IN. "Vl' ... ".11) ,

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'ver, will show' the decayed fruits of -

"*The Dining Room of the CROP, PESTS NUMBER 15 various sizes.. rAlways \

.zr 'Manhattan. Hotel II I /Conty F:.od Commforioit I II against Control excess: is helped of moisture by guarding and! .1[ Have PERUNAMrs. ,, : : \g

against fertilizers forcing a soft watery
!a Now Open This Is the 15th of a series of arii- often be so numerous as to ruin a crop L.A. Patterson 1S9 Kentucky For
growth- heavy application
Mr. R. B. Savag, Owner end Mgr I else covering the control of the various if the early generation .is not killed *f nitrate of soda. Though bacteria J3t Memphis, Tennessee, writes: [ .."

.1 Insects and disease we may expect by poisoning the vines. Arsenate of- rJt : Coughs
is a bacterial disease, thorou. u "I have been a friend of Peruna ?
Nt our Florida I shall endeavor lead" powder applied as in the cotton ;
crop. : and regular spraying with Bordeaux for many years. I'used it off
te rive directions for avoiding geld is to be advised. Rotate crops, .njclure is very effective in shecVInf- 'and on for catarrhal complaint and and Colds r

trouble as far as, possible far recognizing 'anting neither peas, beans, cotton, it. Field] sanitation should also be fol. found It a very excellent .remedy. theHome. 1
OIIRSOFlls ER it "whe it appears, and for the :. not'' okra. I hue a small family of children. tin
lowed. An exposed cull]] pile is a most
best control.: These articles: cannot Cowpeas are very badly infested by prolific source of infection. Times are hard with us, but I can Recommend '" '
cover oil individual need, .e I invite: root knot, though the Iron and Brab 'scarcely afford to do without Peru- .
Root and Stem Rot This disease
: ua, especially during the season of
SELLS personal correspondence garden, whether .ham varieties are quite resistant.CUCUMBERS is..caused by a soil fungus and appearsin the year when cough and colds It to' Our Neighbors. 4.. .'1 F
from the backyard or commercial -
many different plants-1-squash, watermelon are prevalent. We always recom
] planting Bacterial Rot is one of the most beans carrots mend Peruna to our neighbors, for who obJ.ct to liquid .,;.dl-
pumpkin, ;
Fire. Life Accident and important cucumber troubles and als\> : the benefit It has been to us." canes can procure Peruna Tablets. .9 -
cabbage, cauliflower, cotton, f
Liability COWPEAS, among the' mont difficult to control. Irish .radish ,
Health Plate Glass, potatoes, sweet potatoes '
Wilt shows when the plants are Often the cucumbers are seeminglyin garden peas, etc., as well as being wab due to two reasons: one was the $17; half fat roughs $14.50 to 1600. ,
; and Boiler Insurance.. about six weeks old. The lower ''good condition when packed but,in particularly] prevalent In the 'cucumber I of for outbound The market closed weak.
leaves drop first then others fall; a few hours begin to "leak." The first field. shortage cars : move I Sheep-In this trade a good strong-

Legal Bona Executed: growth/ stops and stem takes on a sign is a small white speck. If the Tt is most destructive on young ment and the second was'.the Inclement ] I .ct.1ve'market has ruled for the past I

Needed. faint reddist tinge, later being covered fruit is,,cut open through the.speck a plant*', being one' of the causes ot blizzardy] weather;, however, .the week, with the following quotation:' "

Same Day with a pink coating-the spores of brown area will. be found within, just Damping Off, but often causes great general market in spite of this factis governing i( There was hardly enough'

the disease. There is no control except below the mark. This spreads until loss through its attack upon' older fully steady with week ago on all available In this department to serveI

OFFICE: State Bank Building to plant the .Iron. cowpea whichis the whole.cucumber Is a watery mass. plants.] The fungus grows within the kinds.Quotations.Good. I I I I as a criterion upon which to make a .
resistant. Bacterial] rot also] attacks the leaves ,
roots and stems, causing a disarrangement to choice steers i j j I comparison; however, the few on sale ,
Leaf Spots' and Powdery Mildew showing ,as dark, watery spots; Indeed and breaking down of the $9.50 to $10.60;,medium to good $8.50 moved readily at strong values. Good: ,,

often show,in the field but seldom to' in early morning drops of liquid tissues. It comes to the surface' to to $9.50;; common to medium $7.60 to I i 1 to 'choice lambs $16.50 to $17;' medi- "oj.

KODAK FILMS such to warrant treatment. may be found hanging from the under fruit, often appearing on the stem 8.50; good to choice stockers and um to good $f6 to 16.50; fat sheep, ..': '
Developed, lOc a Roll Spraying with Bordeaux: mixture \ .surface of-the diseased areas. several inches above the ground. Sanitary feeders $7.75 to $8.25; medium to $11.50; choppers $8.50 to $9;'canners- .. ... ,

Prints; 2. 3 and 4c each would be effective. Later in the day the liquid will have soil conditions' are the only good $7 to, $7.50;; fat cows $7.75 to $5.50 to $6.50. Goats $6.50 to $7.75; ; q :

Something new-.not the prices, Pod Weevil or 'Curculio is a small)) I dried and a white residue will be seen means of control. Guard particularly. ] $8.50; medium' $7 to $7.75; cutters kids 8.00to 1050. :.; .' ,.111,

but what you get for them. black, beetle] which in the early sea- in its stead. As the disease progresses against excessive moisture. $6.50 to $7.00;'canners $5.75 to 6.25; 't' .

-F LI M S," ion feeds on leaves' of peas, cotton, the diseased tissue becomes brittle and Cucumbers also have the various yearlings, $6.SQ) to $$6.75: heretics CORRESPONDENTS ANT D 'J.' ".t';, \.w!

P. O. Box 131 tensacol&, Fla. _tc., but atacktr the pods as soon as falls away: leaving holes in the leaves. troubles described under'Cantaloupes] $7.50 to $8.00; veals$8.60 to"U3.50; wants--a- 'i"ir"'f': "J

,they are formed. The female punc- Young fruit are misshapen by av- Article XII. Look particularly heavy bulls ($7 to $8, and ,light bulls In The every Gazette community in a Osceola correspondent county: : .' _.-.
reaa'.aa... .. irea the pod and deposits her eggs tack of the bacterial rot and oftenfafl'wwheir'sbvriy ' 6.JiQ ..$ 'T"'i! < thrnews"'it' .belp."tlt&-.Ii: 4
.aoaaaooooaa. 0 .. 't.t for.l'Jskta: t ;%..otm eLItiuatKtlot.andAphus. !; ; Jiitr-! Sehd jn" .will .'' : '
"'" gt-theaees: !Jhln.UtIr.'Pale.yel.1 : : }idUiigiha1r'thegrower : \ Hogs-The general market at the paper and will keep your rection before - ''11, '," J
I. low which hatches in about five think "fruit is setting the publi J-.
;worm may no EGGPLANT opening was about the same as yesterday -.v' .
;; days eats the seed. These! beetles can A close examination of vines, how Latest investigations jshow that but with many trains late the '' ..J'"': l
I ih
.! Estate Agency.Realty .._.. ._ __ ] troubles'are market strengthened 5 to lOc duringthe Whenever.You Need a General Tonic. ..1
............................... -- - -- u many eggplant :the vari Take drove' .. Jf
C. A. CARSON. President. N. C.., BRYAN. Secretary ous manifestations of a single fungus middle session with the following The Old Standard Grove's Tssteleis> -

bought and sold. as", it attacks the different. parts of the quotations prevailing: Choice hogs Tonic is equally vslunble as a I" ;
Houses rented. pllnt. 180 Ibs. ,up $17.50 to. $17.80; mixed General Tonic because it contains tile '
Taxes' paid and Titles verifiedfor The Waters & Carson Lea, ( Spot shows ,in ]large! irregularbrcwn hogs 160 lbs up $17 to $17.40; 120 to I. wenknowntonicpropertfe.ofQUININI c I.
I and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Puvt
non-retidenU. or gray sunken patches studded 150 lb. pigs $16.50 to $17.75: lighter i out :Malaria, Enriches the Blood and t ;

Fire. Life and Accident 'In with bark. specks. Later these pigs $12.50 to $16.25; best rough hogs Builds up the Whole System. 60 cents. ,,:",'J'

surance. mess fall'out, ]leaving the leaves rag
Indemnity Bondi.V Grocery Company ged.' '

Fruit Hot: Young fruit is most "
.n.- ...oooooo.oo to a4s iii Nii-
susceptible, but fruit of all ages may ,.1'.. ,

440000a4a0. 'r!aa00aaaaa0a44Q v be attacked The pale, sunken spot ,"
Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES
.' the i'i'r'
.,";' ; soon envelop whole fruit which Is
at first soft and mushy, then becomes
W. GRIFFIN mummified and black.
., -: ,
Collar Rot or Foot Rot show in a ,
e Staple and FancyGROCERIES shrinking drying away of the dis-
eased area and dark discoloration in
f -- the woody tissue. When this attacks t It will save you money and
1li) trouble. Gives description and
plants it is often called
young Tip
; P0000000400000a +- 0000000400004004O full information on all seeds forMARTIN'S
4. 1 Over or Damping Off. GUIDP4 fall planting Our stocks are com
Free to > WE SELL* 4 0 WE UYa 4 Control for all of the above lies in
., Delivery all Part fALLPl.Art 1Q plete, assuring prompt shipment.
0 4 planting disease-free seed. Besides fl
of the City //HAT 0 1 r m 1
,1' 0 0 HIDES 4 ill] precautions as to gathering if the t r Martin's Hy-Test
o 0 .. seed is home grown or in buying of
...oo..oo..000000000.0.+..' GRAIN : :
r '..:, 0 FURS 4 high class seed houses if cpmmcrcial Southern Seeds ,
t pWr B. Crawford Lee Jarrel 0 FERTILIZERS 0 0 1 seed is used, do not fail to disinfectthe L
"\ Carefully grown, closely selected, always
0 WOOL 14
"" '
t" ,CRAWFORD & JARRELL 0 SHINGLES seed just before planting.] Soak dependable. Full assortment gar
.4i.-. ATTORNEYSATLAWl I 0 AND 1o f->r ten minutes in corrosive sublimate den and field. Strawberry and vegetable 1
a ORANGE BOXES solution, 1 to 1000 (one tableto plant* also a specialty. Writ f
sF 4 6 6, and 7 Citizens today for our new fall catalog
-Bank ;Building 5' ALL one pint of water) and then rinse
> ORANGE WRAPS *' 0 4 for fifteen'
f1 mee Florid] 0 ', ...., COUNT&Y., l,, ,,, _\ minutes in running water. ,E. A. Martin Seed Co.J.ckaonville .
I '' shade _
> ._,VEGETABLE.CRATES , .. I ." J' '... dry,tin .sufficiently to preventeticking'and fw 't'"' '
'I. ..r" DR.-W. W. CARSON 0., ,'ft*:'>!>,'>' *"'J! r.ji"-",< W,,j J''i'ifJ'i14:::::< f frl. PRODUCE ; ;; plant)' immediately. Use Flood a"'af'
\;" DENTIST ' .' .: ,I i 0' ,t CRATE NAILS ,rhT.ft)!: ;.; ,'\;. .;'Y't.: *K"wground.for::,\seed. i i bed J,if:possible
,4 Oft"lce" over Pilley Bu'lldingi'; +\ ; a: ' j 3"tittmRttf.f : l"1i :,: i..o. tnt atLleast( ;selection!!;,f ree l f rom dis'Follow -

t Office' .Hours: S-It."1-B "'e''Aoarl" \. .0" 000040fi000000. .. _' .. ,_.........."".....".......,........ "f"i...A_._ .,'. .. ._ .4 ease a careful''system ,of _.
Phon 168 Re.ldenee'Phoaa I --
au Administered for'Extraction of We sell field and garden keels of all'kinds. "' crop rotation. Spraying with Bordeaux >

.' Teeth Wi' give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties mixture will protect the leaves '

."f;'Q': :\,O. r.; KRIBBa J.1TE: I Free delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. 12. and fruit to great extent. :y
'KRIBBS &: STEED We are county agents for good fertilizers.. Ask us for circular and pric Blight ( Wilt): Eggplant] is BUS Save' Life for I.

I', i'ATTORNEYS. AT LAW .4.fertilizers.W. ceptible] to two blights. Bacterial a .
blight which is ,
;.. ; shown by the wiltingof ,
;,:. Legal: business of all kinds glvet -' infected parts, and Sclerotium '. ;

v prompt attention.Offloe I H. ARNOLD ALAN J. MAC DONOUGH I blight in which the whole plant wilts
4. 11 and 11 Slate Dank BidKisslmmee. *. II 1 :
Florida' j. at once. These are common to Irish Christmas ::1:
ARNOLD & MacDONOUGH potatoes' and tomatoes' and will be

a Jehnston O. P. Qarreti Architects fully covered" under those heads. .t. J
L )HNSTON ft: GARRETTATTORNET.AT.LA Contractors, Engineer, Never use eggplants, Irish potatoes, } ;

DARLINGTON AVE. CITIZENS BANK BLDG. tomatoes, or peppers in rotation. '.''''
j f W Egplants aeem to be especially attractive The British recently drove five miles 't, .
{ i ,10,' 11 and 12 Citizen Bank to the various plant bugs through euea11Y' defenses by concentrating 1 t. .

i. i KI..I.Bulldingi. ....., Fla. J and are,also quite susceptible to at in one spot a large number of huge ( .,
tack of root knot but the most seri

ou.' insect"pest in the eggplant fieldis fighting ,Tanks, great armored cars,

O'BRYANJRNEYATLAW the aphis (plant] ]louse) which year. equipped with rapid firing guns and '

c a ;. FertilizerWith ly takes' large share of the profits. machine They smashed '
Aphis is readily. controlled, by Black] guns. through .
11& Leaf 40. mile after mile of the "Hindetiburg : i'Line"

.J (To be continued.) with very little loss of, life to our ; ',

A.' THOMPSON With full realization of the disastrous influence of ST. LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET -:.. Allies. :

OSTEOPATH the war on all business routine, our buyers have put REPORT
l; t forth.unprecedented effort to secure the greatest advantages SPECIAL We : -
a i uckworth Bldg.' Phone 494 bur
] for
possible trade. National l. Stock :Yards,_111., Dec. 11, _- greatest- ; !# -
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,ORLANDO, FLA. -Today's receipts, cattle 8500 hogs,
; save the ::!
k <*' Full 11,000; sheep 800.CattleToday's. : : ,, ;
Prices ;
J. W THOMPSON market was minus Give :
the keen tone as noted the past few, '

leral We have a complete line of fertilizers and the days and in some instances slight con ficates ::1:

{, i I Director greatest stock of fertilizer materials ever known in cession in ,prices bad to be acceptedin gold : :
the State of Florida.] Prices are higher than in nor. ,order to. move the receipts. This -

DjCENSfD mal times, but are as low as consistent with existing .

w ( EMBALMER conditions. cent year ..

tOUp1Have \
at ; . ' -
Store and Chapel. Stewart I Ave, Ideal Formulas '
ti r this effective remedy at "hand save' a fnt.'f t
KlMlram Fla. for croupy children. It's thankful
relief.Pleasant to take. Mildly laxative.
M Our formulas all have!! the same perfect proportioning Sold by all druggists 'y
JOHN'WRITE & CO.. and blending] of in gredienta that havo made Wont you let us '
their superior field value the past quarter century. .you'the gift which l
Liberal. ..rtam..t
Quality has not been inert heed in the slightest de A
Mtf Mil value pehi,'
gree. Write for catalogue and price list. N
::''FURS.J' *. "scoverv
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eklaa Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. for Coughs GoldsCoattipati : L

,; Dealer In Spray Machines' and Insecticides. m CMMS SickiestDon't .
1AX-FOS IS M IMPROVED CASCARA .. permit 'yourself to.,becomeconatip&ted
Digestive Liquid Laxative Cathartic Jacksonville, Florida as your system immediate
-_ 'sad LiverTonic.;, Contains Caacara Bark. ly begins to> absorb ponoa from the .. 1les rc
c ..:. Bin Flag Root, Rhubarb Root. Black Waters & Carson Grocery Co., Local Agents backed-up waste matter.' Use Drr,
M' .Root fiifay Apple and '. King's New Life:Ftllv and keep wcIL C.X, CARSON ,. .A l
4- There is no better safeguard against
: v\ Combines strength with pala- I
t" e,'tab3S aromatic taste..;'Doe not gripe. SOo 1 .illness Try tonight 25c.All druggistsi

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- CsatltlPftA9: CHILDREN
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.. ' Our New Stock of CHOICf '
"Wl ie there are no little children, : ,

y SANTACLAUS.Y ,good old Grandma used to say,
: There can*. never, never never be ajeal

. Christmas day." Shoes for life .
fI..I '. Dear old Granny had the rights of it:

. and always hav.-T found ., II .We have secured some especiafy"; ,
That Christmas day Was sweeter choice meats for our Ckristeu

At' A. S.'OItBERTS.Now ,, hen some wee folk were around. : Shirtsand trado aid, mute your ....dI.. ,
: '
- Their ever-new; illusions, and their: aid patronage. .
.. hearts that hold a dream I Your attention U caDe"-'o: lit
Of which, except in memory? we eld.; following price; '
c4 Is' the Time to' Make catch 'no
ers gleam; Sirloia Steak _?___.-__.-.-_. .25
Their laughter and their prattle as ...... .25
: Neckwearare Porterhouse Steak .....
Your Xmas Purchases they gather 'round the tree- Round. Steak _..,______I... .25
but children make Christmas
None. can -
.,', Rump Roast ...__.___..___ .25
c what Christmas ought to
> a
a now arriving.Call Chock Roast Trimmed ..?_ .20
.. ;;: 'While' our Assortment is ''Good., Here are a few things that will Rib Stew _______.__._._.. .1
: and them : Brisket Stew .,.,.__..___..' .
make'tlie children happy .. the children grown and wandered see I .
.M Sausage .. __...
ti --- ---- ----
I', 'J *Cow Suits Fire Works. from the neat that yeu had :, I Minced Ham ................._
Toys Dolls, Doll Carts, Games, Books, Boy made?
I '''' : Boloksn-r-, .._.--- .,...-... J9' y
: Have they builded other honienests __._______ __.. JO
FOR THE : Fred S.GilbertRADIATOR ?
where their
: : ; undismayedt'lay Heads
._ Pir and Feet, lb. ,...__.. .10
the re-tell the legends i ,
f' Manicure Sets, Toilet Sets, Box Stotlo'uery, Xmas Boxes, Pictures, that we games earlwr.children did' i Sliced Ham, Swift's .....35,&: .40
.. Silced Swift's Bacon _. .__ .50
ti'' Frames; Salad ,Bowls; Glass Ware, Water Sets, Table Ire a younger generation, have the)' Pork: Chops .. _, .25
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Linen, Towels, Handkerchiefs, Tics, Shirt' gone as Country bid? I BILL MAKES.HANDI I I Pork Stew .?*_____.,:..___.j. .20
to a place across the ocean, where 'B Pork Roast ,_____ _.23 & .25
.Waists, Children's frresses. HandBags ,- SOME- PLATE FOR COMPANY ? .
1 t 'they pjTer up their all( ,
.: I I
,, and Jewelry- :lOn the altar of the Cause, 'b)" Which: I We also have a Full Line of Gro-
,, f '" , "Rf Iiator Bill\/' EHckson whose
.: I ; the'Right shall stand/! or fall?"' cents at rock bottom prices.
Don't faiCto.see; ; oar line before yon make yonf purchases: Dry Goods, Shoes and Notions If they; have, don't'let this Christmas patriotism found expression several deliver your order promptly whether

bo a. time1..that.' sad or'drear' months ago by presenting CompanyB large or small. Every article gnar. ,;
: : ... I fill house'with other children with a handsome brass name plate I anteed or money refunded.. We appreciate /
t: your for .Ha' Ford truck;.haa just sent the
business. Get.
who .will bring the ,Christmas, your our
: A.S.GILBERT cheer) company'' a Christmas present .ot"an- prices on Feed and Flour.' t
other that discounts first
.. !, plate the .
one. two to one.. "'. ''''.
Fill your1 hO\J8e.wilh other children irchea. YfYh t 1lJl.l.l ,:. iHrflOYDPhone :
) 'r.: 45 Main Street Telephone 35W.C.T.ILCOLUMN JteSS&IUAiirom d""'" a htplktewiakir> iiY
i .
..' The central figure isS-flat of an American ,
_.. the gentl*-heaTted' 'neighborfolk
" ,c" I- ,'- ---. .. ._-=-.". : ==-=-:-:-::-:- ----- --.. .. - .- --, -. , whose little ones abound; eagle poised for flight' just resting -' ..176Alexander

I have 'always considered the vote a nothing to say about, him? v From the city slums, if, need be on the crossed rifles, ,Above" the .
JtJl'Jt- figure are the letters "U. 's. A. and' I ,
: : i means and.not an end. As 'purely We-would noE hold him back. But whatsoever plan you may, below these words: "Com4
personal,matter of justice it affects: we would have this,,motto, we moth. Onlyfi'n your home with children every pany B appears 2nd Fla. Inft., "Chrlstinals' 111
'taxes, "All for defense, and I blessed Christmas day.
me profoundly. .1 pay large era our sons Finlay
Ji.f ? 1917. The entire piece I Is silver ,
!, i .:'t.. (Mrs! .J. M; Cochrane., ). house, income- and so on. I have for' the national honor.,' but not one I Christmas, is a Baby's birt.hday-ever plated.
.'IlJt f earned, the! money with which I pay for sacrifice." keep this truth in mind; The Is souvenir that 116 S. Orange Avenue ,
., "" : .. ""For her aph'ere: is bounded only Them, myself. But in the little'b rough ---- 'TIs the day we call the birthday of plate would a be to any'company' Orlando, Florida
\; .' :By the,, talents God has given. 'of -ninety-two voters where I Ralph Waldo Emerson said] It Is : the Savior of mankind. proud possess
f And her duty' call wherever live, the men' I'employ help to dispose very cheap wit that finds It so droll Children. at a. Baby 'partywhatwere and Erickson is more hammered remarkable the in that with Mr.: Residence. :. and Grove, Sand .Lake '

Earth can be made more like heaven." of those taxes. I have nothingto that 'a woman, should vote. If the more appropriate ordinary carpenter's *" ,Orange Center. ++

al "say. wants, the passions, and the vices are Let us gather in the children on this

.,,.t"A, woman's place is in' the' home." Had I been allowed to vote, I allowed a full vote, through the hands day and celebrateI'Strickland Ground glass in cracked meal and Representing A. M. Klein' ..
W. venture to predict, will be would have voted for war. I hate ofa half-brutal, intemperate Population - Gillian, in Farm Life.: in 'oyster boxes is the latest form of o -
.r I think it but fair that the virtues Winter Haven Nub llnr.
9 J" .orne-time after the war before men war with a terrible hatred. I fear it aid-to-the'enemy. .This was found in, (
''will BO'flippantly toss oft'; that argu- with the 'cringing fear that only the aspirations! should be allowed .J -YI, I IY.I WelUville, Ohio, a large mill,district. I" dt.
.,;" !''mentwhen woman's work in any line mothers know. I do not believe that a full voice as an offset throughthe ,';;'Ir;' 4AS l DONE GONE .
d';)..* I. of service is presented to them. What war is good for a country. I do .not purest of the people.; <"' .,'1r" 1\-"'4. - .
J''.''';'';' would It mean to the world today if believe in war at all. ..' t.
LAYMEN'S MEETINGMen's :,AS office recently in a
J f,, :women 'remained in' the shelter of Yet I would have- voted for this r',
;. -'darky had. received his I J'
i their homes? Picture it if you can. war, as a surgeon cuts to cure a sore will conductedby ..-'
r meeting be "oh... > a month, and on reaching 20thHunting .
",: ''The 'countless forms oflabor that' that will not heal. Dr. James Davis next Sunday'af. the_iaM'ewalk. acciJentljopped his Nov. K -
t'b t would, cease.: ,It.would demoralize affairs But we are asked, we women, to ternoon at three o'clock at the Meth- package> and spilled the contents. fib* 1
\ '"generally. We have'come face' make thee supreme sacrifice, to give odist .S. S. These meetingsare "
rooms 1J
:>ere, now, said the darky,
) to face' with' their importance lii the our sons, without having a voice in helpful and growing in' numbers "Christmas done come and Christmasdone Season Open! '
business! world.\ Are such women' a. the affairs of.nations which have led of''attendancet !I" ,
these when they ask for.equal'prlvi- to thin war. We must bear the bur- gone }

1' leges told as did a well known den and the heat of the day, we must SOUTH KISSIMMEE
? paper'recently' : "Let! the women, ache and weary and wait we must BAPTIST MISSION Lel '
You will need Guns Shells
:wait." ''The smallness of this egotistical eee bungling 'and legislative delay, Sunday, Dec. 23: Sunday school at Casino ,
'. .cry is familiar. ''It has been we must fear, with a terrible fear, 10 a. m.; prayermeeting Wednesday TheaterProgram

t heard 'since 'the beginning: of..ume: the inevitable mistakes of an awaken. 7 p. m. Preaching by pastor Sunday, gins and CampingOutfjjSee
'"Let! the women walt.lnles.. they ing people. And we must give and : 7 p. m. Subject of sermon "Christmas for'Week ,of December 24th 11.

.should be ,wanted.on the battle field, give and give-our 'sons, our labors, in the Soul." Come and worship

t or in the hospitals 'or; behind .the our money, and our prayers, everything. the'' Lord. with 'us. MONDAY. bur, big stock before, !buying i of\)\
flow, or if _;'we should want their but our intelligence, our con- 1 *
a sons.. How gloriously bas woman ;responded structive ability, our.powers of organization CATHOLIC; CHURCH ? "Chains of a a Oath, Edith ' Winchese ;,,LoadedShells'i.Leg: ;; :, -
. .r and Earl Williams: Comedy ; ;. i.
.. \ to every call. .Has she not our alntrle.he rtednell Rev, W. B.. Golden,,Pastor Storey,' ; i ; .: '
laid her clean executive Sunday 23,'=: Mass;?and 1 Benediction "Betty in the Lions' Den;; Fourth "
L heart on the altar of her and politically' pow ;>Decj: ; gins Camping Outfits Hunting
4i' country, when she has given her boys era, The wounded-will, be our care,'1 .with'congregational'prayer at Episode of the "Fighting Trail. ... )

1. g//' o'i ita i;service?' Our splendid: Mary and rightfully so. But what of the : 9 o'clock. at close of 'TUESDAY.. Coats Shell Vests'' and Belts.

3tnehart! says: "I am a suffragist but soldier I going! out to fight? Have weTimes I divine service. "Fall of a Nation," a great war L
-- -- - - .. __ Christmas-Mass of Thanksgiving
drama. Prices: 15 and 25 cents.
) .! ., at 7 .o'clock. Holy communion, prayer
.. t I. I and appropriate! sermon. I WEDNESDAY."The New Stock' Hammerless Guns .20.00,
t. ,. are\ Getting' ,Harder Little Reformer, with Bessie ,

"4 ,,, .'. _.6 1. MASONS ELECT OFFICERS Love; Triangle." Comedy, "A

rs r. ;?J.' u.a'JdM: ( i1ey' Scarcer' ? ; M.Orange at its Blossom regular Lodge meeting F. Monday and \. 'Warm Reception.:THURSDAY. Ladies' 20 Gauge Shot Guns, .' e. .

Therefore I would night elected ,the following officersto George Walsh ia "The Pride of I finest stock from. -
k 1',':" :'. We are continuing: to sell 'at very low margins. 'New York." Fox. Big'V Comedy. pick .
.a' .. advise you to trade with the serve for the year 1918: W. p. to
".... Crawford Worshipful' Master; FRIDAY, .
: Y' Split Nickle Grocery to. George W. Overstreet .Senior War. Corrine Griffith in "I Will Re-' ,
? den; T, J. Woodall, Junior Warden;I' pay." Vit. Fatty Arbuckle in "At gnttb.
M. Katz Treasurer W., J. Steed, !
'? ; Coney Island. Paramount. W. B. Makinson Co
and make,the dollars go as far as possible. Secretary. '
sales much last Saturday I have concluded '
As my were s : larger SATURDAY. 'In

. f, : to put another I Engraved Calling Cards'' and Wed Margery Wilson in a Triangle _>u nary* TTJ7or.. Ar. -
ii ding Invitations, Engraved and Embossed Feature, "Mountain Dew." Comedy ona abr.of-onid'.Id
SPECIAL SALE FOR NEXT SATURDAY (TOMORROW) Stationery can )be secured at "His Baby DolL" Third Episode : 1thl.

the Gazette office. Let us show you ."WHO IS NUMBER ONE?" roW: .......,........ }...,.'S. }0'344. J a I four order('on,
c I; c-:.:_ *. Vrbll ,
t .OJ'i Pillsbury Flour, 96 Ib. sack.: .,!:S6.2S Oyfter Shell lb. .:__..______ 01 our samples and prices. tf f= I bdult to -
((1 : Pillsbury- Flour, 24 Ib. sack.: 1.60j Mica Grit, lb. ,__________,.01 /. "A Hint to the C1tE Court.uty I"r, .

j 1t" I .I Pilbbury Flour, 12 lb. sack. .85 Nice: Apples, per peck _____ .70 p1.t.l1CK. ,
ClerK; ,
h : : Gold Medal Flour, same price. Calif.. Peaches, heavy "syrup ..25 Jewelry GiftsWhen I r 1.-.SufFicientU. I soitWhitman's ,, ,

Self-Rising floor, 24 Ibs. __ 1.50 Sauer Kraut, can: 13,21or..25 FIKAb
.Flonr 12 Ibs. ..- .80 Candies it:
4 :: ..Self-Rising Mother's Bread 1 lb. loaf __ .09 ,

f.: Oats, 100 Ib..- __-_.-_____ '3.15 National Oats, pkg. ____.__ .11 "*'..

r' : .;:, Sweet Feed, 100 Ibs.: .....,- 2.60 Grits, coarse or fine, 4 Ibs.__ .25 you think of Christmas Durham Sammy Kit, Sanitaf"c" -
If T 'Cottonseed Meal 7.% 100 Ibs. 2.85 Pork and Beans, No. 2 cans. .14 Gifts' think of 'Sammy Kit Travelers. Mani j XC .

t Cottonseed Meal Feed .____ 2.40 Ketchup, Ferret _________. .12 'you naturally ,

11 ;;:- bran, 100 lb. _____d____ 2.55 Arm &: Hammer Soda lb. __ .09 Jewelry. Sets, Christmas i Cigar Boxes, ,
". 1 j' All Canned Milk Same as last week Rumford's Baking l Powder _. .25

'/: Navy. Beans, white _?__.__ .19 Calumet Baking Powder ___ .20 Cigars and Cigaretts, .'

f. Lima Beans ___._.__..._,..- .16 Coal Oil, gallon ,_____... .13 Watches Chains Lavalliers af
13clb. 2 for .25 White Bacon lb. ____ .35 '
;. Black-eyed Peas. : best ? : Perfume .Atomizers, Imported Toil '

1 ..;.' Onions, lb. ............... '.05 .Hm, sliced lb. -_____... .40 Diamonds Leather Goods

1. .. Cabbage, lb. ___.___.___._ .05 Hang Star, whole _..__.__ .35 ,. et Waters and Extracts, Safety ,

;; ,Scratch: Feed 4t/ac Ib., Lard.Compound _?_._,_-__ .25 '

, ir...'," 100 Ibs.' .._____________ 4.25 Irish Potatoes, 14 Ibs. peek__ .50 Appropriate goods for each .: Razors and Stationery' : ,

it ". r; We'have a nice: Kne of .Chris mas c.-c ie..d Nats.' Everybody member of 'your family' : Let U Help You Decide ,Your Christmas Present i

Jt" '. J w invited, to,our,store.. You .will be-treated; right,, '.. ' .

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: 1... -. ,;.; .\, :yJeweler. . and Optometriit. : ''VIoo <.
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,; Christmas
To the Registered Men of Osceola SuggestionLets
Mrs. R1'"", p tl'i 1I County: '
". ""'
.i ms' Veteran Association met in Some one In authority without my

<< AT THE CHURCHES knowledge, has appointed the.undersigned .
C. ;A., R. hall on Saturday, Dec. 15, Make This Xmas

at 2 p..m.,, with President Rev Kenney1 on the local Legal Advisory,
PtI In' the chair. Rev. Board of Osceola county, which ap.
Prayer by
I j" ;tF!b Stewart. Minutes of last meeting PRESBYTERIAN CIIURCH pointment I hare accepted, became I Last all the Year With

'"> ere read and approved. Notices of have an opportunity thereby to "dq a
Bible school, 9:30: 'a. m.1; Morning' my bit" to help out the'war. Among'
worship, 10:30: .a. m; Christian Endeavor duties
,fctite1 association meeting. Newcom- the of the board la to assist A

; '!;"eri'were introduced: Comrade Leroy 6 p. m; Evening worship, 7 all registrants in the making out PIANOS
'p. m. Social service Wednesday
properly their Questionnaires.From .
Parks of 82'Ohio, Co. E. 8th Illinois,
:also' Comrade Brown. Several an- 7 p. m., Rev. J. T. N. Stewart, experience I find that if the

pastor,+', registrant has carefully studied the Piano
nouftcements of rooms for rent. A (\
form ,'of the $150
flag .was sold at auction and proceeds'to and has all answers
ready to give promptly, it requires
to go to the hall, amounting to $2.50.
1Ur.a "1t Bower recited a patriotic I DIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 45 minutes or: three quarters' of an i or

., poem. The meeting was then turned Rev. If, II. Bowen-, pastor.. hour' o't complete: one' man. It can Up. .
'4: the :W. C. T. U. in readily 'be seen therefore that if this
over.jto charge of Sunday services:
Mrs. board is to render every one the assistance -
Depew, who had a Christmas' Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
"- program- First number singing and contemplated; they'request
Preaching, 10:30: a. m.
it,. there is immense amount of .
recitations by 'the children of the L. Junior Epworth League, 3 p. m. Victrolas

. :1':. L-i directed by Mrs. Kaufman, su .Epworth League, 0:30 p,.'m. Therefore work to do by the board's members. :i Every Home Should ;
perintendent. .wish to requetltof all the
; Recitation and Echo General Class Meeting6:30: p. m. '
'song by Kathleen' 'GofT; duet by Mrs.'. Preaching, 7:30: p. m.: registrants:, That upon receipt of I $20 to $250 I | Have Mu.icTerms

Boy Taylor and' Beulah Cathcart the Questionnaires, you carefully goover' : '
;. ; Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7 1 p. m'; 4'
recitation' by Goldie Groves; recitation ', Official( 'Board Meeting every first it and see how many of the 1

_. : by Gwendolyn Ga1ston questions you can answer yourself.
; song, Tuesday, 7 p. m.' '
Then if have doubts about
XHply Night, by Mr..and Mrs. Depew; Sunday School Board Meeting. second you the
way to answer one, skip it, but getup
all the information that
/ Adjourned to meet Saturday, Dec. 22. W. F. }M. S., Ladies' Aid and class you see
that will be required, and have It
Mr. Calkins died on Monday at his work announcement. '

-........."..'...'.''-''''-"J .."..""..."....-";'.,"-,,.'.,:.honiejn. '::1..1.1.1,DjOOi.'|.,.....Additlon.,. .., -"",".".after.."_..,,,..u.' a..luu',"'." .-,. '= J .III.t.upon (t' !';t ",, 'J+;, 'Lndxadvieey ready;; so'' when ilutbn'you':.s;.come.bow"in iv.n4.-tou for help ''''M": : ,'''. ." ,:. ,' :To...a.r.Suit, ,,:-ct'.iI"r.:.:: \ :;:" ::. r
e. nesl.
r'" meetings. ,
._v:, Iv .. promptly, and getyour; form finished '
in order that another man may have

_ l' 1'l.LOCAL NEWS ITEMS I for my There attention.the is services no. remuneration we render,provided and as R., De Witt Brown .

for the 'writer, he does not'wish any,
Mr.: Watson has returned from a Mr. William Hulbert left for Tam
but I have '
i a family to support and 205 Emmett St.
short trip to Winter Haven pa Friday morning last, much\ to the therefore must not needlessly neglectmy I

e4 foi 'I Mrs. E. D. French of Ashton was 'aSt. regret of the remaining guests of the business. To that end, I have set

.:: Clou!. visitor on Wednesday. Bon Air and many other friends. apart the following hours each day, 0.f

su I Miss Edith ,Jenness is home again to be given to this work, at'which
The ladles of the Episcopal church Winn, Frances Van Duzer, Elb.abeth REV. S. W. LAWLER URGES HIS
for a brief visit and expects to return time I can handle as many as will
will hold a bazaar in Guild Hall on to Kissimmee as the guest of come, at the same time. From 1:30. I 'ROLL' OF HONOR I W Moseley. FLOCK TO TITHE NEXT YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Bandy for the week- to 2:30: p. m., or as much time there- Seventh' Grade B. '

44000 440. eaident" Mrs. rSomervUly; VicSecretary end. after as is necessary. From 6:30'p.: Arthur Simpson. Before leaving for the annual con- +
.tk Mre: French Seventh Grade A.
; m. to as late in the evening as ne ference at Miami, Rev' S. W. Lawler, '
Comrade Pliney' 'Jewett died at his
iab augh. 'The following pupils of the Kissim Nora Keller, Gladys Calkins,
1. cessary. If all will favor me by com- of Trinity Methodist ,church here, in a
IY' residence, Ohio avenue, south, Friday,
9l been ab-
Cross Public Schools have not Blanche
ed a meeting mee
+ ti ; pn ing to my office promptly at these sermon urged his congregation to
,, ti. and the following officers December 7th. 'Funeral services and hours, I will appreciate it, and can sent or tardy during the month endIng Eighth Grade B. tithe during the coming' year. He

'+wvaa'ected' burial at Mt.. Pleasant cemetery, Saturday wait on several at' one time, unless' Friday, Dec. 7, have made an > Ruth Hirtzel, J. J. McCranie, WilLiam said that if anyone would give to the

1 :?,The' prospects now are that the at 10 .. m. there is more than one at a time who average of not less than ninety percent Milton .Dorothy Miller. Ruby Lord one-tenth ,of all he made during ,

;-community' Christmas, tree will be a The mother of Mrs. Constantine cannot write their answers. I I in their studies, with not less Oliver, Emily Sanderson, Thelma the coming year, and at the end of .

A' r aaucceer.t Carpenter passed away Saturday' of I am told that some have been' than eighty-five in any subject and Sutton. 1918, come to him_()fr. Lawler) and

t. and Mrs. S. W. Porter and Mr. last week at their home on Virginia turned away when asking for assistance not jess than ninety-five in deportment Eighth Grade A. say that he was not better off and

', '' Free DeliTer1"- Ed George motored to .Jack- avenue. 'She will be greatly missedin I wish 'to assure you that no : I' Mary Schilder. more' prosperous than ever before in

1 of tlW'. on Sunday. the home, also/ by many friends and one will be turned 'away for any as- First Grade C. High School. his life, he .(Mr. Lawler) would make ,
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M Van First. Y.
Willie May Pringle, Myrtle ar.
neighbors. sistance or ad.vice that I can give.It good the ten per cent paid to. the
I !-V ru. Smith of New York was called
Duzer, Howard Falls, Herbert Tap- Elmo Griffin, Dorothy Denning,
duty to give services church
< my you my during the year; "I believe In'the
P06 ra on account of the death of her '
i Dr. and Mrs. Scott arrived last Frances Kritz, Irene Milton, Leah
? ley.
Ilr. you request it, and I am subject to Lord's word
} ,. '- Mr. Calkins. strong enough to
; week from Kent, Ohio, for the win-I First Grade B. Herzberg.
B. be
F Vf Crawford I, prosecuted criminally, if I refuse. back it up with all of my worldly pos.seulons"
Bruns aPerat'Saturday last in ter. They are at home with Mrs. MILTON PLEDGER. Herbert Breaker. Charlie Bowen, Second Year. the minister ald.-TaUa.

w, . A, O do, with her daughter who is Scott's father and mother, Dr. and Hampton Bowen, Albert Criner, San- Edith Miller, Ruth Campbell, 'Per-: hassee Record. .

ding school there. Mrs. Pope, corner 8th and Mich ave-, ford May, Billie Hyatt, Mildred tie ,Oliver., '

vi a! 16 p4nk r V and Mrs. Fred Kenney were SHINGLE CREEK Lilghtsey, Christine Lybrand, Alma Third Year. J t

men guar on Wednesday of Mr. and nue.Mr.. and Mrs.. Herbert Carr, accompanied ' Yates, Margaret Yates. None. SOUR ACID STOMACHS.

Pherigo On Delaware avenue. by their uncle, Mr. Jess Carr, First Grade A. Fourth Year GASES INDIGESTION,

DRrW r. Tiger, a friend of Mr. Tunni- arrived Wednesday evening from The weather is very dreary at present Doris Goodman, Lottie Tyson, Ethel .Charlie Regero, Christine "j..I vey, .
.. Jones, Leroy Caion; Al.. Rogero, Ruth .Ifowell. -, 'i;iH\f.tii,. :'" ',' "Pape' Olapepsln" neutralizes execs* '
sjriff. : .
who had been here for some Washington, near Providence\R., I., { ',. " .ft.', \', lye acid In ,'
ww Office ,ov*. ton Sataurday ', forJv New and are keeping house>at.,the cornerf Gene Bronson and family of Winter ,Bernard' Yates. .'. ', .. \\/11/'/ ',' heartburn and
x dyspepsia
otrte Ho -" Grade B. vV'. '"MORE,, AND BETTER!!BUTTER .
Second .
OaMe ,'Pbon* -T( > 6th St 'and Mas*. Ave. Garden'and Silas'BOwen and familyof , at onoe. r

,,, Da. Admlalet art Harmon, of Beverly, Mrs. Shackleton has returned from Davenport spent Sunday with Mrs.F. Murray Tanner, Alpheus Gilbert, SAY WE ALL. Time HI! In Aye minutes all torn.

-- mt 'Saturday evening and H. Tyner.Miss Mamie Thompson, Mary .Steffee, "More and better butter," is the slogan aoh distress, due to acidity, will go.
r.0., T. KRIBB3'a our city after an absence New Orleans, where she went to I Dixie White and Mr*. Nellie Mary Yates, Loverine Tison, Susie of the State home dairy agent who No indigestion, heartburn, sourness or'
KRiBI i meet her husband, Capt. F. W Shack* : Rejerol spent 'Sunday'with Mrs. Wal- Smith, Tommie Bell, Montelle Lane, visited Kissimmee this week.A belching of gas or eructation of _dl-
ur years. leton, from Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, Ruth Joiner, Jack Rowland Lena one rested food, no dizziness, bloating, foul
7 !,TTO N c P Hansall of Cincinnati O. tetr Bronson.Mr. or two cow: dairy for every Florida breath or headache. ,
antonment, on a furlough. She and Paul Yowell, Charles Tyson
L.ga1 bud and MM. W.- O. Bronson spent Driggers- farm is the aim of Urn movement., Pane's's Diapepsin la noted for it.
eayy Art, Ohio, Vol., arrived her two charming children are with Sunday at Travelers Rest. with Mrs.C. Harry' Lee Swain, Lonnie Waller. 'department is urging this as a peed In regulating upset stomachs
Dr weeks ago and is a guest at li-ls the quickest
her father, Comrade Stanton, South Second Grade A. surest stomach sweet
ofdoes fl 'tb. H. Bronson. patriotic measure and will cooperlatewith In house. ener the whole world, and besides it
.4 A,vT?. Ohio avenue, for the winter. Mr. Virginia Harris, Josephine Griffin, I
M :- and Mrs. P. G. Cromartie the farmers in producing\ a mar Is harmless. Put an end to stomach i
WU Br water, mother of Mrs. C. Erma White Katherine Waring Jen-
John Mettinger, an old comrade, spent the day Sunday with Mr. and ketable product of their butter. distress: at one by getting a large fifty
J.h teli % tenter, died Tuesday at their answered Mrs. Chas. Garrett. nie Schilder, Geneva Roberson! Alice The State sent ease of Pape's Dlapepala .from any
his last roll call Thursday now imports dairy prod-
-i O on ): store You realize in flve minutes
Michigan and Barber Minx rug
avenue, was Carl Ledbetter George :,
,, &w H NSTO,_ morning at his residence on Penn. Fred Yust returned to his home I ucts to"the amount of $15,000,000 or how needless it Is to Buffer from Indigestion -
[ednesday. Ave, north. Mr. Mettinger was born here last Friday. where he will spendthe Raymond Schweikart, Gettis Tyner, (16,000,000 each year.; Should Floridado ,. dyspepsia or AllY stomach die
i ATTOl94 mberlain came in Mon Joseph Tucker, Helon Bell, John T. order caused by fermentation due t ,
in Germany, came to America when winter. no|' more than feed herself along
L .10, 11 a, en In Wisconsin, Call- Lesley, Franklyn Edwards, Cecil excessive acids in stomach.
but 17 years of age, and was 81 at the this line next year, it would add that

t sl..t.: Brent states since leav- time of hi* death. Funeral and in-. 0IdE Whaley. amount to the bank accounts of her

? T f' tit ears ago... terment' took, place Friday at 10 a. "SYBUPOFnOS" Third Grade B. farmers. Throw in the by-products of *

{ evfer, Co. G 44th of m., under'. the direction of. James TO CONSTIPATED CHILD FloHnda Witz, Elsie Schilder, Nellie the dairy, the fertilizer which,is absolutely Ask Your Grocer
L Gilbert Minx Emma B.
Tempie ,
r T. Y., arrived here onVjrrVjand Miles. essential to the best) plant r _
Quirk, Sallle Story, Florence Ashton,
is pleasantly loS Delicious the calves raised for i or
--- "Fruit Laxative" can't harm growth, beef or
Sarah Duke, Virginia Bowen, .Ruth
'\r- (*>house. The Army and Navy Union held tender little Stomach Liver; for more dairy cows, and try to calculate
g Buildf, J and Bowels. Parker, Joe 'Denning, Julian Graham,
J31Juckworth ee i gave a tea on its regular meeting on Monday afternoon Richard Holtsclaw, George Lee Sin the result it would have in the CHEEKNEALSCOFFEES
i at her homeY and after the usual business agricultural development of the State.

;. A.' THOM' e i, the proceeds was attended to the following officers Look at the tongue, mother! *I. gletary, Cleveland Yates. Florida has sprung a number of surprises
coated little one's stomach live Third Grade 'A.
your )
were elected fore the : in her response to the nation's
'OSTEOPATbt and bowels need cleansing at once Jewel Miller, Lilly Waller, Laura
x ark, O., Co. K Commander, Mr. Wood; Senior When peevish, cross, listless, doean'i Lee Taylor, S. E. Gardner, Edwin calls for patriotic service, and should

BldgJTs.ORLANDO1 i on Saturday and Vice Commander, Mr. Mason; Junior sleep, eat or act naturally, or Is feverIsh Barnes, Bettie May"'Snyder, Ethel she back this movement with the same

8 t air-house. This Vice.-Commander,.. ..Mr. -Curtis; Pay. "stomach, : sourtrcath a.d..L.b"'JQL; 'J eporgyand n4huaiaam! ihetcould tot Best

,. sit here and so master, Mr. Van Arsdale; Quartermaster teaspoonful throat, dlarrhcea of ,"California full of oold give
I? J. W. TIIOMf i' reseed with'our Seymour Gardiner; Adjqtant, Figs," and in a few hours all Syrup the foul 01 Fourth Grade B. these products largely' to less fortun-

J. J. Hill; Officer of the Day, Frank constipated waste, undigested food and Ellen Coleman, Tina Schilder, GeneVA ate sections.
r Montcell l; Guard Mr. Rogers; Outside sour bile gently moves out of Its little The conditions here are ideal. The
knril H' "i at the' home of bowels without Miller, Christine May, Margaret
; griping, have
Y Watch, Theodore Ham Chaplain and-you a State stands to advise
department ready
I 1C1 At JJfir \ /. Wednesday atSneflt ; well, playful child again. Ask! you Waring, Neva Lee Harris, Harry
( of the Bap- Rev. J. B. Westcott; Trustee, A. M. druggist for 'a bottle of "California Woodall, Henry Tlson. and counsel. It only remains for Bowling

+ A Doughty.If Syrup of Fin," which contains full the people to come forward in con-
and wafers were Fourth Grade A.
v directions for babies, children of all I
-'" ages certed action for "more and better
tvea, 1Uq _, uric was furnished I you have anything to sell, tradeor and for grown-upa, Willie Megahee, Oren Brown, Nicholas butter. Open for business- Y
an'-the Tyiolin i and mandolin Bieaener Bertha 'Witz CatherIne
't + by Mr. -
I exchange try our classified column.It ( DAY and y
) and Mr. Jones. ; Denning Doris Davis Margaret
ash V4rre brings results.MUSTANG. SUBSCRIPTIONS TO RED "The greatest argument for com-

&, - Guests of. the New St. Cloud CROSS WAR FUND WELL PAID Dann, Helen ChapmJJn, Theresa pulsory military training for the Ladies welcome at all times.

William G. West, Syliman, Ind.; C. Bronson, Hazel'' Bass. youths of the land is found in the Wednesdays, 1 to 5 p. m.,
Or. W. B. Witherspoon, who was Fifth Grade B. '
H,. Estey, Winter Garden; Terry W. statement o'f the fact that sixty per ladies
chairman of the local l committee that Eleanor Rosen, Evelyn Elam, Katie only. ,
JOHK "Carson, New Castle, Pa.; D. L. HarItins cent of the young men of today are rA
Yts'v''r I solicited the subscriptions to the Red Hirtzel, Kimbrough Oliver, Elizabeth
L .Orlando;; Mrs. Kennedy, Tam3 physicaly unfit for military duty.- L. E. FLORY
Uwr 1 a > ; R.' Madden, Tampa; C. Eldredge, For Sprains, Lameness, Cross War fund last July, securing' Moore. Orlando Reporter-Star.

as f,' .iFranklin, Ohio./ 'Sores Cuts Rheumatism $900 in round numbers, states that Fifth Grade A. t.

err c with the exception of a part of one Eva Pringle, Breta Whaley, Helen ----
Comrade and Mrs. Rankin of North
Penetrate and Heals. donation'every pledge' has been ful 'i Inn Katherine 'Mosele,, Mary E. .
Massachusetts "avenue had the mis- THE MAN TO GO TO
Mld.e "A Stops Pain At Once filled. Dr. Witherspoon says the unpaid Coleman, Irvin''Drl gera,- Russell Edwards For ..blrrliratloB.F SUBSCRIBE 'FOR THE

tae.' /" (jjifortune ,of- losing their pretty ,and For Man and Beast donation will likely be taken up ,- Orrie Frierson, Ralph Schil .r expert .r.l...r. larovt. '
valuable horse, Denwidle. They offered far .. 3 25c.5Oc.$1,. At All Deafen. In a feW' days, making' a most satisfactory der,.Rebekah Miller.\ F.. olio
F : ; 'him for sale, and unexpectedly closing to this For rlmwalla. ..ft>e. ......ret. _.ek.
i campaign. Sixth Grade B. .... .. tad
F. .ret. .el.. aad retala1.g get all the news ol Otceela
r 1' : ?;an admiring purchaser bought him, Mary Sanderson, Madge Rivers, A.._ 1 ?

IAT', :,kso.. 'our ;:goodj neighbors are now'jtramping' LINIMENT A want ad. in the Valley Gazette Elizabeth G..Moseley, Katherine Miller WILBUR A. GINN. Civil Earineer9AXFORD. 'County.RATE ..

a' It.." will rent :your spare:rooms. Janet'Grave. ,, Madge' ',Pierce, May FLORIDA' _5D $2.00 PER YEAR

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: : - / "'CASOAJttZTS" WORK Jd. day of December,' A.P.: ::1t11''...,,. ,
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1 RUMINATIONS REX wHaEyoU8TwP: Icireultf Clerk< Circuit C.urt 0..;.

I Sincere Calomel e.' :._Court 14..1,.. ._,co"nty'., 1"larlda.i. ) .g.-.. -'
.; .l cm :Stop : '
., FftP, Sick Headache, Sour Stomach ayAHcn IDS.
visited his old friend Mr. Joseph itatil l In found
Rex a si hurry the.prle.t on Sluggish Liver and!! Bewela-

'-,1 Guarantee DodsonV Liver ToneFLIsten Smith, Saturday night and remained *,visit. ,,He asked the priest if it was Take Caecarat tonIahTurved will', Saturday be received December up to 18:00... HIT o'clock for &),a.m ..'

to cofferdam. The printing of 10.000 booklets and eav l..-
wrong; say priest
until Sunday morning1' .{he op.. .by. the Hoard 'of County Com"t.III..n. .-;
J" replied no, my son, for a cofferdam is ., Tovgne Bad Taste .. of Dsceola. County., Florida, atKlsslmmee
to mel Calomel sickens and you lose a old gentleman has been 'vryfeeble of a vessel used to hold water. Well he Sallow IlIdlp. 1'lorida.bipeeitlcationa. -
may Lion Skin and Miserable Headaoho copy 1' 4 klay's ;work. If bilious, constipated pu late, but Dr. \Yinn's skillful management .says, to his wife, Peggy-Peggy, the I come from a torpid, liver and tho, ., Ho.rd.or with John County t.. Commissioners:.t-.ct't::: : ; of at

has rendered his condition >ld cow got tl,cob In ht ,*KX>at and if I clogged .bowel, wliloli cause your stemcli Klsslmme. Florida and prospective
headachy read my guarantee. to become filled with undigested bidders should apply to him for further
comfortable. the circumstances you don't burry out ah y,:cofferdam I Information. -
food, wliioh sours sad ferments like '

:would permit. The,) dutiesdevolving Id head off.The I, owill garbage : A certified chock. for Id per cent of
I ID barrel. That' the lint the amount of each bid should accompany
EverY ilnifcjrist in (town I upon his wife during thlrt illneso fire poor nian.very often finds ,ault'with step to untold misery'-indigestion,*foul* each proposal made, and audi
I of nature calculated to wear out our w althY' for bod breath 'me'at.j'fears ihnck should be mad payable to th.
.druggist nnd everybody's drl1 a ones hoarding Kami yellow skin order of Krn.*..t Mach. Chairman of the
'otdln :r .- woman but she works but look everything that Is Jiorrible and Board of County Commissioners''
.. tons noticed a great fa1lin -oft in J an up money, here my friend
*nle of cnlome] The> nil !give outher labor with a cheerfulness that seven billiondollars\ the amount' sub. I 'nauseating. A Oasc.rot to-night willgive ] John All I.proposals. Overstreet ahould, Clerk be of addressed the Board to

snrno rcns t1. I1011s n's Liver displaya the Indomitable spirit she scribed is tlius Vchdered in figures' your constipated bowel a thorough nf County, Commissioners Klvslramee J ,
: domains, ami straighten you out by Florida-
is taking its rlaco. ) possesses. - $7,000,000,000( ( and the number of tuorn lug. They work while IleepOcc The Hoard reserves the right .to T..

"Cnlompl 1 1 is dnnccrons npH ] K.: B, Ward and family moved from suhsciibers .10,000,000.( Dividing the a >llt. box from your druggist you will lent any or.JOHN all bias.J. OVERfllTnP:1CT. -

iv it, while Otlqon'l'$ Liver ) : ] ( ] !our midst Friday last. They have one by the other .wo have an average beep you feeling good for months. Clerk to the Board of County ('omml..
perfcollv safe nnil] gives hl't tee B-loiu-rs of Oseoola, County Florida,
"' >gone> to Atachua county, where llr tl.Ward's subscription of $700( 'to 'I Ikj3 inc1ividu l 't-!
Jm] -, nil, a prominent i t: lotitl 4 Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Days -
aiM.. Poduon's. Liver Tone j is p ] ; mother resides, and where it : Subscriber, and .this i e "/mous' glibcription Poor drufttrtit will refund money II TAT.QO1NTMHNT : M A STER'Sa S I.E.

r sonally' iiarnnlectl bv (every ] home. Mrs. Mary E. Derbyshire that all this hoarded UtiiKl.ltKrdlnaorProtrudlnR IileilneioUdnyi.The Ni tlc.e. Is. hereby. ttlven; that tinder
] ] ] :
A 101 .
who sell jt. largo
-Rist ? up money conic first application (Ivci Ksse end R..U ion irnl l>\ virtue of a final decree In Chanci'ry -
purchased their' former residence, in play} when the country: ia In trouble In tho: vitoo of CX J. Tomlinson and
-_______ Honhronla I>. ';Tomllnson hr.
J --=- CCOSCEOLA --- .' wife Com-
ayinff three hundred and fifty dollars and furthermore were it not for our LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTSBIOC ilnlnnnta.. va. William Mllar and Badleil -'
HIGH SCHOOL ON for ten lotd.! The purchase money men of wealth] the country( would .be !\ I In r, hi. wife; MarlonV.. I'eckhamt:
, I'vnltisular <)rt>c ry a corporation
.. STATE ACCREDITED LIST scarcely. paid for the' trees and iri a sad plight Poor and rich alike\ ,' Jacob ." com."nr: Har

ilahts on the place and the trade Was have enlisted l 'in tho service _and the PIOLIlclfn' 51 KKTI vI a train cniporatlon house partnership:. Csttaraugrua; Butler Cutlery Bros,. .

Prof R M. Evnas received ( made' through the Nelson Realty Co. draft has been made with more consideration Tho mutual, meeting ofthe mockhnldors -. 'ompnnv.hail a corporation; Martin If

'this week from State High School The with which of tho Clllxens think ot KIs- 11 Company a corporation and
f rapidity recruiting! for the former than the stmiiieit will|| lie held at the often of iloWherton Hutton ft Company .,

rpe.ctor W, S.;, Cawthort ylni: ac'I' is being tarried on all over the country !tatter for a rich man cannot enter said linnk. In. Klsslmmeo, Florida, <'nJanuary corporation the I Circuit, Defendants Courto, pending the Sevntn In-
th. iSIS, at 10 oVIocli A. M..
'fQngrd'ulate you upon your : ,shows that iu.. people are in i claim that he has a family dependonto for tiro purpose ot electing directors j,. d3dtlllndC'lrulfaol'.h: County State of In

having! your' high school earnest, recruits'In many places having upon him far support, but the for such thn other. ensuing businessas year and transacting properlyMwiie 'hnncerx, .She undernlnied. a. Special
j :. meet. state_requirements.. and ..\ to" wait; a longtime before they .'poor man can. ( before said ineetintr. .Master.utt-ry, for Chancery men In hand, will to aell the at highest public

1.v. .....J<.lN'cf.'t" :"n'tJt' U"'ttrat t.c;lOne:.. : .. 'ii Mff im O-a{ <-Re'gi1tritH i .;> ftd lt tJ; bh7'1o'Tleal'S' ..l 3tv: :.;.;..;;....,...:- WE.! !r:. ,t'fddf/I'.t"' In!t:1J\Ct KjHHlminee.'1" "f.d11gJot;: (JounEy:: ofa hJ.qy"'t.U.ce.-" .!---

',fee, high school .will be. listeH' enrolling .'clfrks j hove more1'business noted as one of the'most expert :\. o.l l&-'': .Tl l JlKlLl'tltMl Florida. during the legal, houra of
-Usual." \ ( Ot HT OF Till"! I'OfNTr Jl'IIC.IJ, sale on Monday the 7th day of Janii
than to. fishermen en' river
they CI11'ttend the has,two sons STATH! .OK ..fl.Olimt OSCKUI.A.COUNT !! try,' A. 1>.' ItJIItb.. follewlivftdescribed.

:l ,For the past three years our (' Austria, according to the 'latest who recently enlisted in the army.; *' property Lot numbered to-wlt:Twelve
J aa'been on the accredited list of news,'is asking for a separate peace. This*leaves him one boy'at home' who !. re Ktmtr ..i Kmlly 0. T.C...... One Hundred and Sixty (110) of the
; To all Creditors. I-rf>KHtes.. Distributees Town of st' Cloud according to the -.41
&Southern Association of Colleges will be the next. beggar too to' be .
Germany' young accepted. z and all persona havlnar claims or demands plat of said Town flied In the office of
:Secondary Schools but has when our troops get a dash or two at A fire occurred)in! the negro quar- against said estate: the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
Ymi, and each of you. are hereby notlftid for said Osceola County by the -8eml.
t qualified for the state, list which them. THe 22,000( airplanes now build. ra Saturday .night. It, was extinguished and required to present any nole Land and Investment Company.1'urchaaer .

mands that every teacher hold .. ing .will cause this'war': to. be endedin before material damage 'was claims of you.and may demands have which Attains you the or estate either deed. to pay.for special maat.r-

nf Kmlly O. Tatman d..c..a." ofOaceola Dated this 7th day of December. A.
:ertiAcate, a greduat certificate the air and poor.old exhausted Ger. done. ,
county Florida,-to the undersigned -
..ap cial. certificate in the subject : many will go down in defeat. To de. The general health of bhe commun- Administratrix, of said estate D 1S17. MILTON ,
ftperlal Master In Chancery.cninns .
from hereof.
within the
two data .
'teaches. .While four new stroy despotism is tho object for '\ is good. The few rather severe Dated Dec. 5th. 1917 STEED

... :have. been added to the, high ( which this contest is carried on and colds during the first part of the sea tt-tS ALMA AT.D MORRISON Admlnlatratrlx.ISOTK'H Solicitors._for Complainants.. . .tl-tt a-' tu

; faculty this year, all have fulfilled i the destruction of aristocracy in governments son have disappeared ''and the partiesat - SIIALItDB1175! !

requirement will be accompliched. present afflicted are suffering from AIU".I"TnAToU'" TO -.
KtCI.I.! hEAL .K8TATHIX will be received up to 10:00 o'clock a.
.. The state also demands that' That the United :States; I, the great- chronic complaints. Kissimmee is Undoubtedly m. Saturday.. January Itth Ills by the
C-OI'HT OP rOI'NTV ..JI'UGF"TATI9 Hoard of I, -earc.outse: be maintained in her est and grandest nation on the face one of the healthiest cities "r KI.OItlDA 8SC'KOI.A. (Ol'NTV ; : Florida I for grading,

I -ik tr : _ _ _ _- --- of the earth, politically and commer-' In the South and 'as a general rule of Aee-ra: II. Tts SM. 'ide* dralnlnA'.nl approximately surfacing thirty-seven with asphalt mUes or or

:ially will be demonstrated beyondthe most) of the afflicted are those that Notice Is hereby given to nil whom It Ounty.roadway riorlda.Hneclflcatlons nine' .feet wide' In Oaoeola,

:: HAS YOUR BOY ,A BICYCLE? possibility of a reasonable doubt: come here from other localities, bringing as may Administratrix concern 'that Alma of the T. opiate Morrison ofleorw will be furnished upon' '
There is single item that I is of obstinate will, application to J. U Overstreet Clerk of
not a_ cases with them whichare. n Tatman deceased. on the Hoard of County Commissioner ofOnoeoln

He Has:? advantage to a government; that any difficult for ouphysicians to :I ply thn Juih to th.e day Honorable of January Jamea, A. i). 1C18 W. Prr-ap- Florida. County.. Florida, at Klsslmmee.<... ,

nation in, Europe can boast but what manage. Very few of the old settlers I (
I Then it i I. safe to say he i ia attached t* it at an 'Arab i II to LU we can surpass them and now thatwe are in bad health. :: Count of VolURla, at 10 o'clock a. m, $11.000.00.a certified made payable check In t<\ Krnest the sum
thcrnfter the matter
- hone..' have become aroused we can say The next draft is creating some I or be as heard soon, for authority as to sell, .t public ran Chairman of the Hoard of County Com-

He may need new 'Tire*, a new Lamp, '.Saddle or. Pedal. Make Sewaro ,cf the powe'r 'v/e pos'sess-It I little excitement but frgni the 'num-' or. urlvata In >,.the ald County following, "to-wlti descrlbvdfnl delivered mlssloners.or and forwarded sMch proposal to J. L.must Over.street. be-

:!, .your boy .or-girl happy for Chrilt ma will overcome our, enemies d.3pite: her of enlistments we think that Os \.ot four '(4) In Section one (1)) .Rn
-, .You will, find at our tore jiiit the very thing they want. Come their previous preparation.Our ceola county will once more come out t.nlji two three II, ) of((1)SectIon and four two (i4)Zt !nnd Kectloii N'4nf I The Hoard reserves th., right to re

? 'in. and"look, over our dock-it'* worth while.! . Democratic Rooster and Rexre ahead and there will tie no drafting two(2> all(2) In and township H',4. of BK'/t Twenty-nine at Section (two tV) Sect any. or. all J.bids U. OVRRHTRERT. S

full of substantial "patriotism for (29) Raat.iais Clerk tn the Hoard of County Commls.nloners .
_ good us. Xouth: Hatiire tweutv-nlni
kyA nf SlO'4 of Herllon two, of Osceola. County, Florida
and if we can't"d() anything else, we Kissimmee and the suburbs will ,....", "Iohlo( Twenty-nine 'UI floutli' of 51-st.: -,

105 BROADWAYD.G.Waper can voice our wishes and tellvhatwo raise one" ol the finest' Irish potato KAUK Twpntv-nln (29) KnRt, .i In the MAI.Rn) 1111)11will '
County of Polk, Hlsta' of ITliirldaWhich .
firmly believe concerning anything jroPa': ever known. Mr. Smith has application will t>" based Upon h.. received -5--to 10-00 o'clock l '
. ........... that in' Interested in. .lie! petition for such aala now on Sin ., Saturday.. up
Mr. January Itth 111.
. --- --- - - -- - -- ,- -- our country rented Taylor's five.a-cres of J land, In said Court. byth.

":00.. e O H-. +H 9"OO. O. "' <--++ The cold weather has left us' and all to be planted in this important DateiJ Lt-c. 81h.ALMA A. 11.'j'. M I9IT.>imi<(ON, Hoard, 'i County of County Florida Commissioners for an Issue of Os nf>

:l. the damage done( by frost land freeze product and by the preparations*the 5Z-6t -. 'Administratrix.U. : U7&,.IOj Ti<) ot 6 per cent Special Road'
Vfiri Firldffe Plstrlct Flonda. .
done'no l .Weareawarjth' lattergrentleman ", ;, ,. jAU Information relative to Much bond.
:. Insurance Agency .s materiaMnjuryjj :! rnakingvejv.have :",.. ' ,
i Y *n"y* herobtained "Upnn-appLIoatIon-
yt 'stbeerrjUBedJconji "ev i-i: 'r 8 belivO there :
: ,!; wlltL I J..hri'iL..O".rel1..t.. Clerk to the Board
niniTtir raUi Jon ( to crops>" M* ''ME&, but -'rf1> pprducecGp! ratly..a ?4'ayloastheputat I 14hFJ-h'nE I Iitu ndr and f!>f f County1 .
i: \ ; : hJrtur5niSnal Covnty1 I' Iori4ms'r.vMiltbide'nu.tbeaeeompjgji I f
f : 2nd Floor Citizens Bank Bldg., PhoDe'o.. 30. .:" .: \\j,.; t r m co w 0 et up a IT on o being1besIrish"potat5 '';'1 I'd "n th aOlhlldlllWor l4e..vetmnCl1aneeryeorge W a. '
"." _- '' 'h, \l17J11ln''h' \ .... rrrtlfled check In fh,'. m-.' ,000.00..
;'of' .
- in howl despai w thout nqulr; Sc? in- the ( ('arr. her husband, comhlaln-. made payable to Ernest Mach. Chairman
1 The Leading General' Insurance Agency Osceola Co. i it cause and effect. Reports'; from dif. county." Suitable preparations: arc ant, \.... Charles .IK ntKMn 'and Ai\A+vnaK of the Hoard of County Commls.
Johnston respondents p<>ndl"i In .Ion..rll. and such bid must be> delivered
l' : ferent parts of our county seem to being made likewise In other puts: fIe I ihf CMrcult Court of the Seventh Judlflnl '.r forwarded to John I* Overstret*.*
\ Circuit the Florida. Clerk to the BOArd of County Commls-
Indicate that large be It is said that
-I .; FORD AND MANY OTHER FIRST.CLASS FIRE! INSURANCE : crop may expected city. ev.ery'dark an i this year. A few grumblerscan loud has a silver lining; let us all undeislfrned: .as Special I Master In The uoard reserves the right to re
::1 4 'COMPANIES; ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO., : 'Clliinrcry., will soil at public sale at the ject any or all bids.JOHI .
i.f find an excuse fc? complaining then 'reject dark and gloomy future ilnor of tho Court HOJSA In u OVJlRICTREI'TI'CI.rk
- ::: AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE ,WAY OF FIRE, 4 but. those shouters KN.rNlii.: to the highest and ,:rlh1rrt..r : to the Hoard of County Commissioners
: LIFE ACCIDENT AND HEALTH AUTOMOBILE TORNADO. calamity are prospects and keep the bright side rush, during the hours oC.Il'KI1II1I1I.. of Osceola County Florida.

-' 3: BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive : among those who need certain pore always!! in view. j)n. llIol' .. "rh..thoI1 day.. :off described January' realjind A 51-6tIV .

p- tions of the pantaloons being rein- We have rambled about considerably iiersonal properly now sltuirta In 'UU.'I'IT.'Olflt'l8TAT''
} tho ,I'ounty; .nf :.)Osctolii( nnd State ofKUnldn .
: : Insurance : "orced on account of that portion be. t this time but will try and draw : to-wit: Fl.OUIDA. -

f ; ing overworked. They find excused as our thoughts more to. ether next The. northwest. quarter of the. anutn- J. 'I.. Dlaa-le, .., sc.JIauie ..*'
and the southwest -
: i HHt quarter ciuarter
; ALSO BONDS AND LIABILITY. the Irishman did who coming from the week. of the northfnnt uuaitor of I.ftadaat.Peyed '

iu, '3= IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION ... ..... -.-- ,; Section Five (25)Ono) South.(1)) In IlAnire Township Thirty Twmty-C30) h Judicial tft In Mrrailt.Cfcaaeery.'OseeoU"C...-

! -f AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION. Knst' : Lot Two ((2). and beginning at
PHYSICIAN ADVISES KISSIMMEE Subscribe for the Valley: Gazette. the nuttheust. corner of Lot Three (3), rt appearing by affidavt'app.nded' to:
... ' ; HO .0 0... PEOPLE run south SS.KOVi chains, west 4.71 the bill filed In the above-stated cause
: chains north l 35.1.04 chains and that KmmH. Dlnicl. tb. defendant
4.7IS chains to liCKlnnlnpc; same being" thvreln named"la a non-resident of the
- "My wife suffered for with In HcciInn Eleven (11) of said township State of Florida' and a resident of
I + >H++ years, Fresh FishDRESSED and ranire. Chicago State of' Illinois. and Is overha
stomach trouble which did not yield to Alsothat I certain stock nf cattle cc-. HUB of twenty one years! It Isherefore
tlmatod at too head. murked crop-split ordered that Bald non.r.",.
any treatment She took a dose ofMayrs uiideiblt In one **ar, over-aloIlts 01" opumlerblt ent defendant J>o andis hereby. r..,
Stout Lumber Co. ; Wonderful Remedy last Saturday ( ) In. the other ear. and branded quired to appear to the' bill of com
j: .1$. -' plaint' filed In, said cause on or' before
qI' SUCCESSORS MAY-STOUT LUMBER CO. ::: with wonderful re ults. I have OYSTERS BY QUART OR IN And Illllo a'11 the personal propertynow Monday, the. 7th day,of January, n.
, :
located on tho premises abovo doit HI 8. otherwise the allegations of said
; DEALERS practiced medicine for 20 years, and SHELL rloed.Purchaser. III will bo taken. confessed by' sold
I 4 to for mauler's durdnnd efrndant. ,
pay :
have likeit
never seen anything Delivery in City.- bill of salu! It Is further ordered that this order
; :i Yellow Pine and Cypress Lumber. Novelty before. I have recommended Dated. November tb. 117 e published once a week for four eon
I Pouiel Ave.. Opp. Greystone W. B. \\"FOnO. ucutlve weeks In the Klsslmmee V.l-< <
& 4' Works in Connection. I Mayr's Wonderful Remedy to several As Hperlsl I Ma.teriI. Chunt-ery. ey (Unxette a newspaper published InNi4 "
: County and male. .
PHONE 313 Klimns Se STEED
that I know
need this
treatment .Attorney for Complainants. M-Itt This 2Ulh day of November (*1? '
: It it our pleasure to give yon estimates at all times. It is a simple harmless preparationthat tSual) J. ... OVIItdIREIeT.: "
l"A"TEn'1'1. Clerk Circuit Court.
;f Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery. removes the catarrhal mucous Simon Martin By M. II. HULIAJCK .
:. __; Notice_Is :cbygtycnIJiaLjlndeL _. Deputy! Clerk.N.pitcitor .
4 t: Phone 21 Kj..immee Fla. thcrintestinal1ra'tandallay; ; l-2t pd antI l>y \'Irtue of a final dvcrve'l In Cnancury 2.-IT ASS. --- -
the Inflammation which causes practically entered on the 2Uth day of Nov"her ,,-1 for Complainant. 504tto'i'itii
A. IL. 11117. In the case of Sarah HHratton ,
.O.OOt."OO.O +
L...... ailments Including' appendicitis. One complainants vs. Laura Colernnn" Jennk ilCCIEAitliFl.Pa .
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11- C. Payne, and C ". It'iberts. Hspondents --
*"H....oo.oo.o. .o..o.o..oo.oo .o dose will convince or money refunded.J pending In the Circuit Court 'o..ty .Jaol..'.. C.....

Z. Robenon' ,.druggJst Drop Us a Card of the of 8e\enth Florida Judicial, In and Circuit for OHCeolaCounty of theHtalp tvIt.C.. .t Elorida.Is ...

ns Hporlnl, In Master Chancery In ,(.hl1ncpr.1I1 undersigned sell, I 1'0 l-a(.(. .t-Margaret B. K_.._.

AMP THICK, GLOSSY HAIR I FOR PRICES ON ". nt public sale at the door of tins Court .Irrfer. IK&Tl
; tlouHrin Klsdlminen, Klorld.i. tr> thehlKh --.-
T SPECIAL I ,FREE FROM DAm>RUFl <-Ht and dent bidder" for cnahi Sweeping CompoundThe houis of legal saId oil Monii.iy..jhetii It may concern that on the 14th day of
? day of January A. L>. 1111$. the fol- May A. D. 19IS. we will apply to the
Hon. T.: It!. Murphy, Judge of said Court
26th Southbound-Nov. 27th Northbound Glrlsl IiiM'ltiir di'srrltied reaL eKtnte nltitate In
: Nov. Try It! Hair get soft, fluffy and the City of Klsilmmer, County or Osceoln. as Judge of f'rotmte. for our final discharge .-
beautiful-Get a small bottleof and Ktato iif Dorlda, dnncrlbed *s as Hxeoutors of the estate of
DanderinIf ,. follows. to-wlt I Mara-nret' i':' K6chenderfer.' dxeeaaed.,
SOUTHBOUND. Stops only at points NORTHBOUND Gore Disinfectant Co. All of Lot Fl\n\ (5) of Itlock 'fl" rrfItobnit and. that nt the same tlmo we will I present '
: I HUBS Addition to the City ofKlasimna. our final accounts a. Kxecutors of
No. 91 DAILY wliere time U shown No. 92 DAILY
. nrenrdliiK to plat thereof .HxLiI estate and ask for their approval.
you care for heavy hair that glistens I ORLANDO FLA. 44-tf on flle In the. office of the Clailt of the I'Mrd November Bth. A. D- 117.CLAIl. .
: 9:15A.M. LT--: ____ Jacksonville, Fla. __.__-_Ar. 7:30 P.M. with beauty and I Is radiant with Circuit Court of Uaceola County. Klur- .%. M HUT8OX',
W M. HUTSQV.Executors..
; 10:... AM. Ar...__________ Palatk .___________LT. SiS4P.M. life i lia. an Incomparable softness and Ida Purchaser tn pay for master's db..'''. : .

....--'I f.: ''12:38:; P.M. Ar.___..._______ Sanford ?____-"______LT. 4:05P.M. ia i Just fluffy and ono lustrous. application, try Danderine.double, the 1917.olL-d this 6th W day. B of CnA l>ec W"-ORU..,mber. A. D. w.Attorney n. cnAwroRrs for Kxecutors. .l-m-sm

1' 110! P.M.\Ar:.__________:- OHando,-___________LT. 3:22P.M. beauty of your hair' beside It.izosie. I Special Master In Chancery .

; 1:51 P.M. ,Ar._______&.___ Kluimmee ______?..__LT. 2:52 P.M. diately dissolves every particle of Solicitors unions. &for HTIKU.Complainants: _. 81-Ct MlISTKATOHOTICK- .

3:07 P.M. Ar.__ ___.-....;___, Lakeland --____.______LT. 1:38 P.M. dandruff. You can not bate nice heavy, -,4Stop: - -- In Camrt' Connlr Judge, Mate.,of.

3:28 P.M. Ar.,,-,;;,.-----: Plant City _._?____...,._Ly.%, 1:20 P.M. healthy hair if you have dandruff. 'Tai, OIlllKIl: FOR--1'flll.lCATIOX.- : Klerlila ,

: 4:00 P.M..Ar.-,____._____. Tampa ,______.______LT. 12:45P.M. ; destructive sourf rob the hair or iU v-_, Hcra'i, quick fUst Seventh Judicial Circuit of 1-larld.... CIrcuit I. re .Estate ef (.rorae'n.Tstn. >... '
.._ lustre, it. strength and it. very life, LPJfrotn .chaa sod Court of Osceol* County. In 01. (...CF
Observation BroilerBaffet-Parlor Cars : and if not overcome it produce a, fever- ,0 f Ncurslils.8pfmlnsand Rhrumm.tlim vs.Chancery.southern-ColonIzation S. A. Tlonue Complainant Co., Defendant N' tic. i. .but''-.*' RIvento all whom
IfthneM and if telling" of the aoalpt the' Strains It may concern. that on the tflth day of
Standard Coaches-Free Reclining Chair Can. lialr famieh No nerd to rubI* Is ordered that on Monday, the 11st I April., A. D. 1018, I shall apply(0 the
root loo.enan
: ... dii then if ppnetrstcs. 2Se, da'; D. 117 the de Honorable T. )Murphy, Judge. of said,
will leave M.Atlantip December. A.
: Effective NOT. 27th Train No. 80 Tampa at 10{30 A. of -
: tbe .'b&fr falls out fast. Surely get' a 80c.. $I.OO Ixxiln. fendant. Southern Colonization Company Court. *s Judge ot.Probate,. for mr
L mall bottle of Knowlton'a.,Ha&derlae a corporation. la requested to appear final discharge .. Administratrix: of.'
: from say drug atore and )uit try; It.. to the Bilk pfComplaint. on flle in, the estate of George D. Tatman. deceased .'
.i Coast ,Llii'eSt : this .Court. "- : and that at the same time I -
.:.v It 4s further ordered that this orderbe will present to said Court my flnal a_ ;
< To Cure a Cold In On. Day. published for four consecutive week counta aa Admnllstratrlx ofsaltl ..-; .f...
:? ; Take tAXATTTR BROMO QulBfaM. It tops ttwHeadaclM LitxiinetxtKTLIS1 In the ..Kia.Lmmfll Valley Oasette. a tat. and a.k for their approval.Dated .
: ;, iB ndnrd Railroad; ..of,:the.South C1(1o.aIMI! sad Worka. olf the Coid.Iuggi.ta .. weektynewspapefpubllebed In Oscepla October th.A.r5. 117. 1
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MMiMM MMM IOMIOM 101 M Clarlbei :McGhee' Norma Griffin;. and, !Into the ,edge of'the lake, which we

Messrs. Dick and Ned Bullock, Bert consider unsanitary, and unhealthful, .

V Society Notes Wells, William Arnold, Gerald Rivers, and' In fact might. be called public I LIVE(AT THE
: Henry SingletaryFrank Bryan, Edgar nuisance., ,

'''Bryan Murray Overstreet, andC. We believe since t it>< is impossible to :'

+ (Mrs. E. E. Wells,. Editor.). H. Summers. connect these with a regular sewer
.i that small tanlc should >
system, a septic
f ......0.O.... . .oo..Ot..t i ,
installed] take cars of the Storeand
Request Is Bade to aD patron of the Valley Gazette to lead items be to excrement Dollar Limit
< FOR CHRISTIE SUMMERS 4 from these places in a manner ,
t r +f, $.eiohEveits kth." Eiitor far publication ia these cohuss.OIOMMItl 4 that would be healthful and desirable.

.. .... . ..o.o ...o..OO. .. .. There are certain laws and rules r
.Mj '. IOIRECEPTION. .0. . . . ,.OI.IO..t Miss Alberta.Hopson leaguesuperIntendent. laid down by the State Board of .

w... ..... ..o.t..o..o. Mattle Stanford, Norma Griffin will entertain the members Health that are beneficial -and should have plenty of everything
...: .' Mary Tiller Inez Carson and Marie of the G. E. and K. E. Leagues be rigidly enforced.. The location of :

j \ ;'PUBLIC AT 4V14' Iluddleston served the tea. tonight at the Methodist bungalow:; in the undesirable* features is .adJacent

j IfART MEMORIAL Nearly ten dollars was the sum donated honor of Christie Summers, who will to"the city dock: which makes it all the for everybody. 'I ,

. 44' *. to the war :work of the Y, W. leave next week for his new home in more necessary that the difficulty -

t :. ..".... ... . .OOOOOOOU..OO. C. A. by Mrs. Stanford' guests. Jacksonville should be overcome and that persons ;have plenty of Toys for E

y w ''(>' ,A: public reception was held at the I 1 coming into our city to make their I
V .. THart: Memorial building Tuesday ev- . ..... .00.' to. ..... ....00 0000 homes will find conditions desirable the children and ,!**(
'' Shoes
the '.oclal' lea and for' the welfare of
:+ ebig formaly. : open ; ROYAL NEIGHBORS O MISS LOTTIE CLARK 4 and healthful *&f
-' : ** winter visitor Pretty potted the city and the health of its citizens I
1?' /:'Mint' were used for 'decorations of .O"O.O'O O..o.O.'O'O'O.. 4 O 4 HONORED' we' consider this matter of vital im Dry Goods for grown folks ,
:' 4
A pleasant rooms and a cheery fire portance. ,
0 0. t"4"400.
the Neighbors
r p.yrned In the grate. Royal: lodge was en- Miss Lottie Clark' friends : We further believe It would be advisable ,, .
; member of the corporationA tertained by Mrs. S. D. Marks at her. many odorless
: The to use the sanitary
'. ; Kissimmee
w -4 ; in will be interested in
'fcVere hostesses for'the evening receiving home Monday evening. closets instead of the buckets
,. ,/ : sanitary

t.,,.',;;r!,>: '',uAultman the announced guest Miss the Elizabeth program, The"of evening lodge was work.devoted and was to discussion closed from reading the the Sunday following Minneapolis clipping taken Journal being further done desire at the to present call attentionto time.We THE. SALE IS STILL GOING ON l

with refreshments, when 'the .hostess ) .
i f ,rand cordially welcomed the .out-of- the open ditch on. Dakin avenue.
'.town visitors. served fruit and cake. 'Miss Marguerite Mattern will give There have tlready'been dam-
i" heavy;
_,J.. : .... The >number follow Miss Alberta Ilopeon will be hostess a musical and reception Friday at her age suits brought against the ity. for At .the, Dollar (,Limit Store, .

..t.the January,meeting. home, 2401 Bryant avenue S., for MaV.
., v" ,Plano duet. Misses Helen-Bass and accidents on account of the open condition .
:/..... \< Lilian PrenUa.'I Lottie Clark,, who, recently came to I of this ditch and we recommendthat .
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T r: ,.", :: Reading "Day Dream.. ,." Miss Alpha .40.00.00..00",0..0., 000 Minneapolis'' with- herparents, Mr. it be closed to prevent further ..

West/all.: MERRY LEAGUE SOCIAL > and )lr.. ,J. D. Clark; .from Kissimmee accidents, also that a-few' barrels: of You can save on every ..

i .J.: ,.'r '"' r. Piano duet Misses Helen' Bass arid 4. : a"The Fla. The' .hours will, .be from, coal oil be purchased that it might be f.'

?' ?, \ .. ., '..Ulian Prentis. .' OOO.OO OO.O..O..O..OOO. 4:30: to 6:30: o'clock dna hundred put into the manholes and sewers and .item '
_. ..purchalthere : at $'L
> xv -
4! : f :...bdysrOfttN:GwErapdrKw;; "ErLeagues' : gowti: ha've' been"irivHedMiis-.Clark' the-stagnanV-" '"insidr ;ihv'dty If L ":. : ;you 11"

i Jtf., !did Afro Fortner'oblagata. by'--Miss or, the 'Methodl.t church entertained will play a program of violin' music, ,limits in order that the city may not ".

.11 'Cornelia >.Lancaster.Dr. the girls Friday night at accompanied by her mother. Miss b. bothered with mosquitoes as they 't4 ,

W. B., Witherspoon related a the church bungalow with a. soda! Mattern will be assisted by Miss have been during the last; season" I

Slumber of entertaining'IItori... The About thirty.five young people with Charlotte Uedderly' Miss Mildred This will be an inexpensive proposition

,, N' ,t most amusing feature of.the program their league 'superintendent, Miss Al- Sessions and Mr*. J. D Clark. and add much to the health and Sale Lasts Until Jan. 1st '. E C

::1"!' ;; ,*: was the'representation' of a musical berta Hopson made merry with .pleasure of our city. I : a

Instrument'by Misses Mary ,Singletaryj games,:reading and music Tax Assessor W. I.' Barber attended In conclusion we wish to 'extend to

/-', .."",*' ; Lola Overstreet,_Gladys: Griffin,1 Donald; McKay' Christie Summers the convention of tax assessor the court. His Honor Judge Perkins, I -. .. \I'' ....'

'::, Dorothy Wells. Lillian Harris, Jean- and Frank Woodall were in charge of and commissioner held nl Jacksonville and to Slate's Attorney Joseph H. I'

t ',.' '" \V' 'itt; ;P2jsratt,. Muriel Prentis and .EliKaheth the. evening. this week returning home-,laat Jones, Intparti.l&1ar. and to.,the officers Meet'Me There '.. 1

.. \ Ledbetter. These ''iounc'a! '.The leaguers were patriotic on this night. He thinks'' much was aceontt of the county generally, also to : '

-! #,,' :.t.ft;.f, tion :of piano keys; each_representing roasted peanuts for the customary are in better shape for the equalization court house, and the sheriff arid his t

S' V ny ,m' tone. Miss Lillian''.Prentis,gare. a sandwiches and cakes. I of assessments throughout the deputies our thanks for their courteous

p ;' .;')ol :,comic;. ,'d.. :rI on"pf the' instrument state than they have' ever' been be attention throughout our: session, Saturday aaiiIa.aus nd Monday

'.;guaranteed ,the audience It. was .0.0..0..0..00..0. fore. and respectfully ask to be discharged.H. .
., ;+e atrietly "made 'In America. She EDMUND SWABEV,
:'i Itben: played a'number' selections byS 4 NEXT TUESDAY.t.o.oo..oo.o..oo..o. *> GENERAL PRESENTMENTSOF Attests Foreman.A. .
j!:, s >l.cing her hand on the head of the THE GRAND JURY S. NELSON Clerk. V I
". :." iris, who immediately: responded . ..
t' !} ; with the:proPer tone': So thoroughly or (Continued on page 4) '
l' Owing to the fact that next Tuesday
..', 4"-t'. '! ''t\tlid I tie audience enjoy :this novel .the- date for the regular meeting for delinquent children, and to providefor Classified AdvertisementsHOLIDAY :
, i!, '" ':r '' $ujjrt>er''that their'laughter 'frequent of the Kissimmee Woman's Club their maintenance and control. k.

,, ly'drowned the tone of the Inetru- falls' on' Christmas, there, will be no Be It Enacted by the Legislature of BARGAINSWe :
. : -\ Bient; the State of Florida: af
> meeting till January 8. 'haV"e
beautiful 2 room Bungalpw -
a "
I ,j After the program' "get ,aequalntdtime"'was It would be greatly appreciated by Section 1. That in all counties of home on Broadway; modern .1.. ,/f
1 furnlnhed,, owned Philadelphia
Kintly by
: observed when visitor
:, this state the board of county commissioners n'
the officers of the club if the women man; cheap at 11,000.00. Favor to in the ... n < ki ii
: repter guests' able terms. >
; immediately the 'paa.age
t'e' of Kissimmee keep in .touch with the upon Four room cot R...- water and lights" ,
, ; '. book hanging conditions and be 'ready at of this act, is' hereby authorized to on brick paved street pretty eorn..r.. "
11000; time on half If desired. 'outfit for winter season.2 .qulpme6., large and roomy. Ooodcondition. !
44 : Misses Jeanette:Prevatt 'and. Dorothj' and :
; .j this meeting with' suggestions for a provide' maintain at. publlc'ex.pense Full covered with orange tt acres land bordering the It-foot Address. R. II. Bullock '
\ & ty + Wells assisted! thee hostesses in ontinftnce of their a detention home or home of trees; good 7-room 'house, partly furnished -. brick road adjoining Fair a round a. Klaslmmee., l-4tpd
patriotic serv- .
; I all for. .term.
$: I'rlce $1000.00 upon your own '
.erringfruit punch.r iee. (Signed) .Mrs. Minnie Moore. detention'separated or removed from Ooo4 six room G'Oirir.. fronting on It acres land not quite as close but AA11ER8enT1ay for a free sample '
-V Mis Anltman' announced that -no hard street, 4 building" lots 7 blocks within 1.$ mile of brick road and FairGrounds copy of the Florida Farmer andStookmen \.
". Wilson Pres. 3 any: common jail or lock-up, to be 'in from oourt house. Rooms are large; ; price $1000.00; your own published at Jacksonville. 'I.
reception would be held neat Tuesday Tells about livestock raising, *
), : : charge of a matron or other person of front porch. Cheap at $1260. term. .' '
home block from From time to time I have accumulated poultry, citrus fruit and truck' ;
Delightful one
< a* that.was_the date of the mu- 444444 . 4ta4 4 4 good moral character, wherein all the court house square Plenty ground to a lot of office: fixtures, furniture, Ing, twice. a menth at toe per year.. *' 'Vif; ., ,
1 Y nJcipal',Christmas tree,- but that reg-' build two more homes; beautiful, location machinery I gasoline and electrlo, cattle three years for $1.00. Only livestock '1'"
children within
4 the
.<:,, delinquent provisions fine variety of excellent. fruits.Come ., and horses, etc. Before buying! consultme and general farming paper In the *. 'JK&* /
: (' .t ar> receptions' would Continue from let find bargain. state. Write today.
show a
4 TEA POSTPONED a of the statutes of the State of us you ; you may *

"" '<'' . w._ .' 4towing',Tuesday evenin. *.. 4 . . 4 Florida, approved. June 6, '1911, shall Fine 140 bottom acre stock prairie farm l land adjoininglake., fine orangenrrova ARTHUR' Klselramee.B. DONEQAN.Fla. FOR SALB-Fine, little cattle pony, 4. .r* m$0'*

".'...,, .-.' '." -., - :, I 4444444'.. 44444440. when necessary be detaln In all and good house; fine location;' rears old. Broken to harness. Price for r
< rare bargain and a treat" money-mak-\ ; carriage" and harness also
". '.4*. .0..)4)'. .>> ;to'. O.tOO 0 & The Red Cross Tea which was to counties maintaining detention homes, eras mLBbN' REALTY COMrANT. FOR WRITER.8AL.B-ONK MODEL EMERSON THREE.TTPR-V1H-, Orlando.Dr. A. J. Fla.Taylor. '06' E. Central Il-Stpd f
no'children guilty of minor offenses IBLE. AS OOOU A8 NEW Apply
H ,; 'MBS- STANFORD HOSTESS' 41p have been given by Mr...nd Mrs. C. shall be committed to the Florida Industrial WE buy honey Herfd' V sampleJak.sonvllle 111 South Vernon Ave.. If. WIDOW and twelve-year-old son will j
A.'' Carson Christmas Cracker, Works Jacksonville -
on afternoon do for nice widowerliving
School for Boys except it be Fla. so-st )ST-Between the Chapter' House :In Oeoeola County-Florida: In J
; a 4> .,> > >0 . >4>. .> .4)4 > <>. >4>ft4> has been indefinitely postponed. deemed neccessary after a trial terrain ;FOR SALE) and ladles'Capt.double Clay case Johnson gold watch residencea anjpin. exchange..Franks tttf 17 board.Ashland Write Avenue Mr. Anna Atlanta 14

w. :: ir .''H..;[Clay Stanford was a gra- .. . 0 >..... ..> . . ., . . .M.. said Detention .Home. Such terms One nice saddle pony price $ ward.. Return to Gaaette Office Rai Oa tl-Zt
,t malostws.Saturdayafternoon: } en- shall never be longer than one year roller top desk price 120.00. or
RENT-Furnl.b..d rooms
a 1000 acres high' prairie land plenty FOR SALE-5 acre S acres cleared FOR
', e -" .tertalolng seventy-five of her .friend LAUNCH RIDE . Children under twelve .year of age Water; Ideal small ranch price $1,00 and plowed all under "good fence. apartments for light housekeeping ),

V>,'he called during':the."" "hour*,from 3.toi ...*......... .. . 1 tall not be committ'eed to the. Florida I.per*."acre< .nd: terms 4-years'$1.00 down"; < balance. : *In. ,. ". Oood hou' !good located.neighborhood.Just-outside Oood cltxllmMsi Mr In .modern..JiI. E.,.W.I.convenient.,- Real house Estate, clos and,Insuranoe. Kw-. 7; ,;
6ao Vclick. . . . .. .. .. . .. .. . ..- Industrial School for' Boys: from any: Orange Orove capable 'of producing. proposition If taken promptly. Ad. lit Mabbette'Bt Phot..-14$. a p,
\ toeo to 400 boxes oranges. : price $*. : drew owner. Box lit, Klealmmee.Fla. .
(Mil.:ZeJl."T!'ilson'whq danced her Miss Zelia'Wilson.. who was the attractive county unless after probation care it too '$1000 cash, balance ,,4 equal in. 1-tf FOR RENT-Furnished bouie.close In: R(

'I .\. faV'.',lnto'he. heart: :of.the. Kissing. west of Miss, Norma Griffin, is found necessary." stailme.ts.One i nice little oottage.. with S rooms. DWELLINGS for rent. Apply. to )I. W.FOR W.SALE Carson.OR BKNTt New cotUtce.lltf
\ 1t "twee;people, .last.Friday': ';night at the was the honoree at an enjoyable This important matter can be takenup Bath porches, garage, on brick street Tiller. Apply 401 Vine street ll-l/t 4LOHT
clone In; price $1416,00 terms.
{ ')l '.il.dCtws.benefit, gar* the, following launch ride Saturday .evening. The by the board of county commissioners Two Iron safes, price easy$JS and $40. FOR SALE-tt-foot launch "Coot." -In poatofClce on.Tueiday night,

c ra..r bj ....bere:. 4 yri .youngpeople stepped} at Paradise and disposed of in a. proper man One Six I kitchen lot shelving tables af yeUr and :/'lr: ; Ing.Semi-cabin Kitchen. fully, sleeping equipped accommodations for. hunt. a briar return pipe amber to Valley stem.Oaiette Finderplease and.
.f Pan Pandora Jumping Island! their lure for those desiring a temporary t Speed I miles. Full receive reward.
i t -1. :,"Pipet!\ for picnic lunch of sandwiches men

l r ,,Jaefc.: .Hussar and,Humoresque. Miss fruit and luscious marsh. ner.We further desire to state upon a .
CWU.on'r l wonderful talent ,charmed mallow. toasted in the big bon fir*. thorough inspection that the city I.maintalnlne' is .
"' ; the"encores. were in- ; Mrs. .S. II. Bullock and Miss Anne a dumping ground'near "
J:. IaL Bryan chaperoned the party which the light and water plant :which 'we Useful Christmas

,: '., 'V :!sirs:iS.iL.:; ;,Bullock and Miss Ann included Misses Zelia Wilson, Violet consider unsanitary .and unsafe. The ' .

t iron presided at.the attractive tea Bullock Frances! Tucker Margaret excrements from the toilet ,at the ''V

tab1.rWbil., )( '.. W.. J. Sears., Mrs. and Mattie Stanford* Lois Johnson, ice plant and the surrounding buildings

1Q'r1d,f Gilbert-. ,, .Misses. .Margaret. .. and Carolyn Fripp Elizabeth Ledbetter are turned into a sewer which empties

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