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 28, 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: VID00835
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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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When O. S. Land:; a contracting: ? 'hfl following a partial\ list of

builder of Leesburgk Flo., receivedan the guests who registered at the Lincoln
; IS FITTINGLY appeal front the War Savings ENJOY COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS House for' Christmas'dinner: H. FAIRs'ooN'BE'OuL;

.. Committee 'through Director J. F. C. O. Morrison and wife Fenton Mich.;

Criggs at Jacksonville, to" divert a W. H. Crosier Orange Center; Paul

1 portion of his advertising space to as- TREE PROGRAM AND EXERCISES Cooper and wife, New, Castle, Ind; :
,CELEBRATED slit in giving publicity to the war-' E. M. Cooper and wife; New Castle, ;

.' savings and thrift campaign, he wrote Jnd.; Mrs. E. Sanborn, Mrs E. Mayfield ,

his local' newspaper, the Leesburg I.. M. Williams and wife C. F. -

BUSINESS DEC- Comm rclali;' to change his advertise-., PRACTICALLY THE ENTIRE JUVENILE POPULATION OF THE CITY Thrasher and wife, hire C. E. "Bar MANAGER THOMAS IS KEPT'
: ,.PLACES, GAILY meat for the period of the war to' rett, all of Kissimmee; Miss A. Bow-
CRAVED WITH HOLLY AND road as follows: w. PASS ly, of avid; Mr.' and Mrs..J. F. Pratt BUSY' ANSWERING COMMUNICATIONS --

; "The United States Govern' GIVES THEM SOME GOOD ADVICE AND THEN DISTRIBUTES, of Norwalk, Ohio;, Dr. '3, F. Moyer


. FINE PROGRAMS, WHICH ARE' will help win the war. ,Show. .your: Hanklnson, of Ovid, Mich.; J. G, CONCERNS SEEKING CONCES "
.1' ''colors! Don't build until the war ADD MUCH TO, SUCCESS OF THE OCCASION. Litchenberger and wife. and M. J.

ENJOYED, BY OLD AND YOUNG. is won. Let's .give our money and Hammer and wife of South Bend, SIONS-RACE TRACK WILL....BE..

j our time now to our country.! Buy The true Chrustmas spirit- prevailed I announced the numbers, of the :pro* Ind.j; and J. ir. Devienier of Toronto.Mr. IN GOOD SHAPE.
Thrift stamps and war-savipg in Kissimmee! Tuesday night when gram. Lincoln ys'three other guests '"
,4 Christmas: and the holiday season The Kissimmee Concert Band in
certificates. perhaps twenty-)five hundred men failed to. register, so their names .
I", Is being celebrated in Kissimmee in "O. 'S. LANG 'and children gathered round uniform, rendered especially pleasing could not be learned: Mr., and Mrs.., Work on the details of the Osceola

;;., -# a.,.. ieter fashion than in ordinary "Bungalow Builder women selections, under the direction of Frank Estey of West Branch, Mich., county air ,continues with' ,unabated" "

-',-Ie.r..s is'befitting.the times. Placesof Leesburg Fla." the "Municipal Christmas tree which Manager Woodbeck. and these were were to have arrived in Kissimmee in Interest and the complete premium

:1 business-are decorated ,with red placed at' the intersection of alternated with Christmas carols time for this dinner but detained '
Mr, Lang Has been cited to the National was. were list will soon ,be In the .hands,.of .the
:+'and l _green streamers and bells. Little i War !Savings'committee, .,as; ex: Broadway, end Possiel! avenue.. Several sung by a chorus; accompanied by the In Michigan on account of Mr. printers.. ,
pine trees:' ''need: "'". d'%:: verywhere"' blocks"!had Deeb':ped"Off-tB-keeix. nd:;:,idiaa;..DdltttiltswJlr..Illle114 I .di .
are ': enipUfying"thet"noble spirit'of "pa: wc. -E1llt.t) adlealtlraL; .IhyWa4: !:,4p+ # .:on. =3&en.gcr'AtiF; ; hesfiaslelatealasoat.dw., .: s,
.... the gay southern";holly is seen. triotism which insures to the' American out traffic" and here the people assembled ,ed the singing. for appendicitis! a few ,weeks ago but .dally'receipt of communications! from :

} Christmas shoppers thronged: the Nation a united stand In'the face arly in the evening.The ; Even a genial Santa' Claus in the will be in Kissimmee,as ,soon as he amusement concerns that wish to 'be

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t ,it !was noticeable that the articles- bitt-to the fullest of his>;ability its tinsel ornaments and Christmasbells present in full regalia and while. he; Ten cities in seven states 'were represented ' no definite arrangements have been c

r- .bought. were largely' necessary::ones J. ,F. C. GRIGGS was the center of attraction, brought his usual good cheer he, de- 'at this table which goes ,to made as a contract is generaly given

| + and that ,the idea of 'conservation State .Director for Florida, Na and hers the crowd was thickest and vpted most.of his address to explain' show how cosmopolitan this city has with'one concern covering all these J

'! aeenied uppermost in the minds of_all; tional War Savings Committee surged back and forth in happy anti- ing, "Thrift Stamps"" and' in urgingall I become.' features.' "' ., l

.. .On Christmas day the business sec per GOODE M. GUERRY cipation of the coming treat., But the little people to take part! in I The work 'on, the 'race, trackwU ,' "
tion closed with the exceptionof the this feature of the ,work. 1
was Publicity Manager. even in this, hour festivity war I FROM KISSIMMEEA continue till the weed and grass are
the :drug :stol'es'and the eating r country's need was kept in mind bya 'i*! At the. conclusion'' of the program removed and the/ groundrolled ,and ""
and"these brisk FREE GARDEN stretched hundreds of children formed in motorcade of three loaded '
enjoyed SEED
.houses a : large. Red Cross banner an 'cars put In. first class shape.>> : .
rade. Dinner parties were .the rule across the band stand.: Even the illuminations orderly line and marched past the with Kissimmee educators l left Kis-! ,

and not the exception. Baskets were Senator Park Trammell will be .,.of the tree were maskedin tree where they were given apples simmee Wednesday for Daytona;' '
sent to,,.a few fsmjlies who eeemed glad- to send a package assortment red, white and blue bulbs,', and and..oranges in' fact so liberal wasSanta's where the party went to; attend the: _

r to need old,"that,.every'fImily, in garden'seed, :freer, to any farmer* or these colors prevailed in other des supply ,..that they were Invit.-I annual meeting of the Florida Educational -: NOW WELL. UNDER CONTROL,

Kissimmee enjoyed a bountiful dinner. trardner: in/FfoHrfa who d..irto'; receive orations.. ed to continue forming In' line Association insession' there' The end t"I-m; ; er"'s.w' ''Cor-
this - I It,1; and who will send their name of the till this'week..' 'In the party .: '
'. on day. There had been serious doubts in partaking treat, every were Supt.C. dona's on- the point of roaVing
,, celebrated the and'address 'on a postal card ,simply arrangements E.. Prof. M. Prof. army ;
The fct R.
: season was the minds of the committee on youngster was satisfied Yowell Evans the long hoped for break' 'in the Teutonic '
.various churches by entert t .nvnts stating that they desire to receive as to the advisability of Then Rev Falls,ca T lled. _the crowd L ''0., Rogers Misses Emma Yowell lines, But Italy 'ran 'short of'' ,

SlId in 'some instances the little folks seed. haying a Christmas' tree this year to stillness once more and asked that Medora Russell, M. C. Bryan Cleo wheat In September the all import '

:were'-given a tree and a treat. These' It'. will not be,.necessary to state when the\ war work was' uppermostin every voice join in singing. America. Wooldridge, Louise Thomason Albina ant bread ration of the Italian soldier

c were all given Monday night to make the kind 1.3 sonvi of each availablefor the min'ds of all and when all avail- 'As the solemn words of the new Smith and Mrs. F. C.: ryan.. They had to be cut from 760 .grams, a day

way: 'for the municipal 'tree which 'was distribution will be certified to able funds were needed for that pur- closing verse rang out on the warm expect to return home tonight. < to -600\ grams' The next month, theCerman.

held Christmas night on Broadway. the Agricultural 'Deplrt.ment'and pose. but, it was finally. decided to night air it seemed almost a pledge attacked and the"ItaM-._.

At the, .First. Baptist,.,Church... seed- sent as soon as the Departmentcan .give the Kissimmee kiddies their that Kissimmee 'would continue her line 'crumpled. . (
Christmas ,celebrated the get them out.Addre'requesu. 'lerv'lce. G A STRAUB BUYS
was at Christmas celebration though con- patriotic, with unabated, ef The United States Food Administration

.First,Baptist church' Monday evening to Senator Park servation would be practiced along fort: had,,not been created by Con..,

1 .; *wllh:a beautiful' Christmas tree; gilt Trammell, Washington D.' C. every line and the holiday spirit must '"God bless our ,splendid men .1700 ACRE FARM gresa! until, August 10. There is no

illlf f***A" :JrtsAd loaded, with :a --- take the, place of".an.expensive treat, y'; ,them safe home> again, particular ,_reason why .J it should.,no!.

.. treat for the younger members of theSunday AUTO CLUB TO MEET so the, lane were made accordingly.Rev. ,God save our men. ,-f have been created two month earlier.:

school. Before the ,distribui OvB. Falls called the assemblyto Happy and glorious Charles A. Straub art oil operator Its work is 'to prevent just such con

Lion of'this treat an appropriate program was resort Dauntless and chivalrous .',> from has evinced a
order though he obliged. to Moran Kansas trngencle1 as the cutting of the ttal
\. was rendered which had' been AT CITY HALL'TONIG'HT to a megaphone to make himself Winners of freedom; great confidence' In the ''future of Kis. I Ian ration. t w ,

01 s prepared;, under. the direction of Miss heard. lie offered the! Invocation and "God save our men." simmee by purchasing property near "
.. The) work ''of the Foed Administration
. f.. ', '. Inez Carson and ..'rs.. Verner Ellis. .. . - - - - - ----------------- here, and has added
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.:'-. : The Kissimmee Automobile Club is ..... c \> "c" is two rather than one/ The
: 41 v.; if. j':Song-."Hark the Herald j Angels ,, ,' M'CLURE 'LUPFER;CAUGHT BY.A to!his holdings. The deal was ,

,ey''t! "Sing"'congregatlony' :'1"fJ'i")' ...."'....".w..' 1<.;', In I :receipt'of a, handsome] automobileplate I,! $60,000 LOANS FOR :'WHEELS AUTOMOBILE' : mad 'through the Nelson, Realty Co.. first more task concentrated, is 'to.see formi that::food,b. In saved, he-

:. : I.. L4 ,( Song"Joypto. ; the \Yorld.; cQni which! wilLbo'deetributed\ to'themembera'at'a''called ; ,' i and i<< TwaT'closed a .few days '' '
reatlon.? ",> ,>, 1jII ; !, ". .'4-t: I,:"...' .I>"_ .j-";.. v." j'"A': ; ** There'"'are"1700"acres' ago tract: from unnecessary. ,,consumption herein : '
,4ocationr ;:' \meeting at the OSCEOLA'S FARMERS Little McClure Lupfer the eight- in this' order. 'that. it. 'may be ,shipped to:
Mr Straub intends establishing an- "
"Luther's cityTiall tonight at 7:30 o'clock. year-old son of Mr, and Mrs. S. L. Europe
Cradle Song" by 25 mem- : ,
.. other farm here and it
-- stqck develop ''
The plate Is of brass and is to be A1"part of this task'' Mr. Hoover
bens of the class Lupfer narrowly escaped serious injury ,
;, primary Word'\has been received from the ; along the same lines he is improving > -
leading 'When Santa Claus' wired to the radiator of the car. The Columbia asks every American to eat each day 1
f Federal Land Bank at S. Monday when he-WAS struck by a his Park Garden tract where h'eI"
design is Three linked one ounce-les. sugar,than he usually
auto each
'ComeMarion tires
Qcaves. C., that more than t-Vw-thircls of the passing having erected fine
i car and dragged for fully ten a 'country ''
Song, "The Christmas! Carol" by enclosing a letter A, Indicating the Federal loans applied for by the Kis- 0/ house large barn sheds and 'corrals. 'em'II: he trying inflict a
feet. lie was standing in front .,
American Automobile hardship when he asks that? Americans
i the Fidelia class. Association.: slrnmee Association, have ''been //ap He jvst, received ,a carloadof horses ,
: Below is inscribed the Osceola Hardware store and was whq'do 'AS he requests< willstill
Reading "Christmas .and Thanks "Kissimmee Motor :
proved. will now receive and mules for the Park Garden farm *
Olive Club affiliated with the State Asso- in the act of mounting his wheel eat three-fourths of their normal consumption '
: .$Iving, by Savage. a charter giving It a legal sta- and intends tp grow crops this year ?

M Soni. "Hark the Herald Angels ciation and the American Associa tus, and the money will be availableas when a car came around the corner at least corn, velvet beans and cow- .of.sugar.1, ucUw.' Englishare ,,1 ,
getting only a little
tion. overone-
r Sing congregation, soon as the abstracts can be passedon so close that his clothing: was caughtby peas. Next year he will build silos
't. Cornelia The plate is a handsome that fourth as much ,sugar as-: they used
Reading "Benny Miss one and opinionc as to the titles ren- the wheels dragging him along and will then specialize on 'fattening '
;Lancaster. any oar owner would be proud to .display dered. cattle Frank McAdams is foremanat to eat.

Song "Holy Night" sung by the and ia evidence of connectionwith This would mean an influx of near- the' pavement. Irlo Bronson; who this farm. American' confectioners have ''been,
Important was handling the car, was having his putting :400,000 tons of 'sugar.a' i '
Iwo organizations.
congregation.At. ly $60,000 new capital to the com- Mr. Straub left for Lakeland Wed '
first experience driving it is said
into ;
candy. That amount of '
Secretary Steed sngsrwould
the ChrislianChurch. says there is just munity which will work wonders in nesday to inspect a stock farm he ,
and in
running. low :
was more all
to but'supply the entire1:Eng*
r 'with one way obtain these. plates, and the way of 'farm development. The there, then will visit his brother
Here a beautiful tree, loaded serious might 'have owns lish ''
that is to be at'the consequences re- demand at the present ; rate of
tifB traditional glittering ornaments tonight. The' officers present meeting low rate of interest and long time sulted. As it wa. McClure was, cutabout in St Petersburg, returning here on consumption. ,Recently the'.dQilnl
will all be there
make these loans ,
brightened t.he.eagf'r' eyes of the children maturity especially the head in three Sunday
has ,
and every member is urged to be In or more tration cut the C&ndy''m ke,.
as they listened, to the following his place: to hear the from desirable. The new ruling calls plac-ss: and suffered from a number of down 'to 200,000 tons a year- ': I'hv'',
reports JOYOUS
for 5 1-2 per cent interest the loansto MEETING, BETWEEN
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program the committees' and take in bruises. money'' value of the sugar -so. saved
part the
.. "Joy to the World" chorus. be paid any time after expirationof OLD FRIENDS CHRISTMAS DAYA ti
Song II discussion of new business. is enough to feed all.,of Belgium':forone .
Scripture reading Buster May. five years and must be taken' Up at F, 8. L.: A. TO MEET IN JANUARYThe -:0.-: year ,--.
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e; ,Song. "He Comes In the Night," LARGE DEER KILLED IN the close of thirty-five years. State meeting fraught with much In restricting_ the. 'candy makers r rthe
A. E. Florida Livestock Asso- pleasure to both gentlemen took place
:Nellie Gilbert and Richard Holtzcla: Thomas secretary-treasurer administration; '
Recitation: "The Christmas 'Stocking CITY LIMITS'YESTERDAY of the Kissimmee association, received ciation is planning a good meetingfor at the home pf D. G. Wagner on ; was, performing
the second of ts task
,". Mae ,Winn. -.-- a communication from the bank at livestock farmers to be held in Christmas day between II. S. Todd.I&1er's part -that of

-Song7; "Santa" Is-Coming "l>orU _..A..C-.Chapman..wholive Lo/L.Vine Columbia,--Saturday-.enclosing list Jacksonville January. __8 ,to_ 11. The Mrr / father_ ..:'inlaw. L t and. _J. supplies controlling.- In the.itsj, distribution'conservation of:work-food
Goodman. street in the northern part of the of the loans that had been recommended leading subjects: for consideration at M. Johnson of Golden Colorado.Mr. ,

-V Recitation "A Letter to Santa," city saw .a large doe near his home by the appraiser. The proportion that' time' will lie cattle tick eradica- .Johnson, who is a veteran of with the administration and deals directly"
producer :O.thelide
'Eleanor Rosen.Recitation yesterday about noon. The deer was of these secure!lc& here was Non-hog cholera and other' animal the Civil War had been visiting the consumer.

"The Christmas Fair- observed by Mr. Chapman to pass be- unusually large, which speaks well diseases, plans,,for financing the cattle old battle grounds in Virginia, Georgia of control and it the deals wholesaler.'with the, manufacturer -

lee," Jane May. tween his residence and the swamp, for the securities offered and for'the industry in Florida the' bestbreeds and the Carolinas and ]\having
Food control is for
Chorus "Up On the House Top" which runs .through that section of careful judgment of the local board and the'.best feeds for f cattle learned that Mr. Todd lived heref determined saving money
the American household week
r' ; six small girls.Recitation . town, loping liesurely along and go- having jurisdiction, :this matter I and hogs, according. to C. L. Wil- to clime on and see him be-i 'by

: "Annie's ando Willie's Ing in the direction of the Midland The board included:, B. C. Miller,"lougnby, of the University of Floridacollege fore returning home. Arriving here week. In May wheat' was at $3.50 a
'. busheland flour at ,
.::Prayer," Lettie Holtzclaw.: railroad, just beyond Aultman's' farm president; A. E. Thomas, secretary-;:: of agriculture, secretary of Tuesday morning he drove out to Mr.Wagner' brought wheat down 917.10.t9'$2.20for-this Congress

ong, "Luther's Cradle Hymn," at which place he i lost sight of it. treasurer, ,and four directors. Messrs. the association ., but his friend, whom he ,
year's and Hoover's
:Doris Goodman. Holmes Prather and L. R. Farmer, M. D. Alexander.. W W. Carson,_Dr, ,Ail auction of hogs will be held at had not seen or. heard from in thirty- crop drganlzation -
had reduced the of.flour
:Recitation "Kris Kringle" VIola two of our local Nimrods; on learningof C. L. Hyatt and C. II. Funk.. the .Interstate 'stock yards January five i'ears.< failed to recognize him price
to 1025. On every'barrel of flourbought
"':Y owel the, deer being been in' town, went Eight or' ten more loans have been 9, and an auction of cattle on January' until he made himself known after
the purchaser has been enabled
t-' out with their. dogs and were soon applied "tor by Kissimmce farmers '11. The association will be aided by which there was .a joyous reunion
;"Santa Buster'
Song; May;
,. her to save at least 9635. As,America .. j'
-I:, Dialogue, "The Christmas Doll; on trail. Jumping her in SheriffIngram's and these will be passed on by the local a number visitors from Texas who i and many stories and Incidents of the'
'l consumes 10 milion ,barret of w
';:.. "r Ivlan Floyd and ,Eleanor Burrows.. field 'near the' place 'where board at .an earlp dat., will tell Florida ca ttlemen how -to develop past were recalled and recited. flour in a month, the total,
"!.I..vte she was last'seen, they brought h rdoWn the livestock. industry and make Thirty-five .year ago Mr. Johnson lDont.h11' y
,1 't Song. "Deaf', Old ',Santa, Claus"
( saving. affected by the.Administrationat
'. Lettie 'Jlolticlaw.: with their' rifles. The deer was ENJOYABLE DANCE AT THE, the organization more)useful to its wa. sheriff of Jefferson county: Colorado '
point is
' killed'within four,or five blocks of the GRAYSTONE'-LAST. NIGHT members.' and Mr: Todd was:under-sher- : one 68500000.
; Recitation "SlySanta, But keeping down the cost of Bving
heart of town.LONG' ;
.. "" .Rosen. The Armour Packing; Co. and'theFlorida iff and taIL collector of the same county -i
; Is""
not the
"' Then the climax of the nnlnewu The' dance. given by the Grays tone Livestock Exchange. ; .as well and lived in the home of Mr.; Johnson primary object of the

',';''< for Santa Claus 'appeared '. 'STAPLE; ,_COTTON ,SEED management Thursday! night. was alost as the' Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce ,, who had apartments in the county not much because. It opposed boarding'raisee hoarding,.

.n \reached three '- enjoyable affair and was largely are doing all In their 'power to jail. Jefferson county was normally '

'. .classes.There'presentsfor, treat of }In touch with, parties from attended .by out of "town parties as make this meeting useful and profit Republican,. 'but these gentlemenran prices,as because "keeps food'ou0" of "
was a .
; whom I expect to procurejong staple well home 'people.. Max Smith's I able.. the market; at the very times ,when
,.r'" r nuts and popcorn., as An attendance of .fully 600 on Democratic ticket and
; scantly: ; -
. it is most seriously needed.. ,The ad-
cotton seed.. It .is important that orchestra furnished'tbd musical .
I' : ,pro.gram' cattlemen and visitor .is expected. war elected 'Which''goes to show
JIt Is More 81.... To Give..Tha.: ,, ministration's licensing ,. .atew ,L
.?Vv *' Receive. farmers who wish to plant-should no. and fruit punch was served that they 'were some politicians ,In ;
M tilt me how much seed they need for throughout the' evening..' Farming requrea a ,mixture of their younger.days,, practiealy eliminated hoarding. Jobbers -* .
.f.j AT the odist'ehurch,: the
'{ : order wholesalers, and hiehiden;
F the coming;crop.-- Half'a bushel will brains and brawn. One without, Uie- ? ,
-, v pl.ntu..ere., Visiting .card printed by the' Valley ether makes for only temporary ''sue I 'Wan' Impoverish 'a nation, ,the' can do. bn. &eea l. only'if ,they have", *'I

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'More People Eating More, Oranges' !Trock:; Kinpi," is' ilemoitstratias- ;'his ola Hardware l ,CD.

belief,:'in "dlrerslfledcrops this '
year . .,. .
'***; Grapefruit! Becoming. ore Popular and has growing: on Ids farm In -

4 Important ai has Been the citrus industry in development of Florida, itt Pin daJ., every;vegetable' catalogued ,Located on Klssimmee's
promises to be even a more'vital factor in the futures No other conclusion can boreached that will thrive;here at this season.Mr. BUSIEST 'CORNER '
, by the man who. thoroughly: investigates '.xl.tlng 'condiUona'and.'giv_.' .''Pansier,,says that.while. hU,farm]
proper consideration to the tenJeucies'of! 'th..tinte. in relation: to citrus fruit suffered from the recent cold every-;
> ',J ng regarded as a'luJtU '. the food The superiority' of Florida'' oranges thing is growing again and prospects NationaJ'Mazd'a
We sell! the .Electric "
and health valve of'oranpef and grape- and grapefruit hoe been known for ,
+ y fruit' hove become oo well known that many tears" to those acquainted with are- brightor bountiful crops. I . "
new they are.mostly: consumed because this, State During the past few sca--- 'His three-acre strawberry patch: Is \ 'I Lamps .which are, 'the 'perfection
,of these. The' educational 'advertising or s,.this knowledge has been brought white wit)}> bloom and it will be, about >
of the 'Florida Citrus '''Exchange: has home to.the masses in a large number ten days only before he will be sellIng of all i
done more than any other single! factor of places and the aggressive campaignof .lighting. Press'
to bring about this condition which the Exchange to this end Ultimately the ripe fruit. Mr. Fansler says
greatly-Increases; : consuming.demand. will impress the. facts jipon all people. he has never bad better prospects. forstrawberries the button and Mazda ,will do the '

Future Demand far Florida Gtrns Fruit When asked than about'right,, hit now.. fall,potatoes rest flooding with :
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i" Assorts Sale for all That Can be Grown W replied, "We are digging:those

r F, The growth of demand for a good. Good citrus' nursery' ; stock la 'scare and '''getting some fne'spuds' The ,brilliant white light that you can
food product,is much more" rapid after today and growing scarcer. Labor '1sG belay( 'Ctcjbei{ 'rabtst damaged my
it becomes generally popular. The not plentiful and is Well employed. Un
pop. field some but with the exception: of match colors by. Call and'iet us
: nlarization of oranges and grapefruit der these circumstances, the'plantings
,,. means much larger call for these. of large grove. by corporations and individuals these spots the yield is equal. to that ,
Florida may have the cream of the will not go ahead as vigorously of the spring crop. and the price is explain.
trade in citrus during her season just as in the past few years.' Therein, right" '
1. as long as she continues to put her lies the op for the smaller .. Mr.' Fancier has three of cabbage Always bear in mind that have 1 1a
increase acres we
rl i product on the market in' good shape grower to his plantings ,
and to push its kale by modern methods. for young men to start groves. Trees that is coming along as onlya'
41 ii, I With the area in which Uie oranges put'out this fall and winter "and prop- ;Florid crop: can grow when' the superb stock of
)} { and grapefruit that have brought Florerly cared for will be worth big money sun shines warm, In fact so well' has
't ida fame restricted in' the scheme of the time they into production.
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things by a wise Creator the greater:' We haven't many'but maybe wo can "already cutting Hardware and Furniture
demand of the future fruits 'is pare enough to give you a start. Write from the field.
;, bound to reflect itself in more profitable"returns us today rail our' etbek'for'this year's ,The! beets carrots; endive, spinach, .
from their groves to growers..' 'planting soon will be gone. romaine and rutabagas'will all come h

Tell us if you do not have our,new catalog and we will.send a copy'fr... _ _ at once, hi'says, and it will be but a We urge all of our patrons to Invest in the

Buckeye 'Nurseries few weeks, till he will be, supplyingthe 'new 'Thrift Stamps thus securing: 'a.,WarSavingCertificate.

4 local market: ; Every member of our

.1 Mv t:K. CIUJETT 1134, Citizens Bank' Bid. *, Taaipa, Florida. D. C..CILUCTTitcl I MlvFarsler, has a third of,an acre force is investing in them, and thus doing a a'our

.. '" of celery heels'' : proud/of-and thinks bit.t 1 hej) oiir;"-government1u.ths.great.-#
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o3 x.:', .. Ya onionplants ::r ;;:r-war.--Mbre-&bout-thls-ttcxt; ''wcek +-- --
has'"iinshed'pianting l M,00<$, of'' ,
and will add 15,000 more '-

plants later. One year he'raised Bermuda '- GASHUM AND SUSETTE r "

{ J onions that measured twenty- C ham left the house
'. the ether morning very happy, and
-- two inches around. His' plants were whutlinr:, like.a bird. Snsette wondered what had come over Urn. '
never' better- he says,, and he, will Suddenly she threw up her hand and exclaimed: "0, I''S-ad.\'

endeavor. break his'fornier'recordthis an, awful,AWFUL mistake! I gave him birdseed instead of, latabreakfa.t
( year. cereal,
Y '( : lIe will commence, planting English *

# e rr !zs t !v t br peas this month and will add tomatoes Watch this space, for next ,week we'will tell about Gashum's

v ,cucumbers and pepper as .attempt to teach Susette how. to,run.I an 'auto: r
soon as seed beds can be prepared.

M These will be protected from DOs l.
I : r ble cold snaps, and will\ be started

_On tW Fansler farm there is a hun- : CHICAGO ,- .
.? .-vv.- dred foot shed. Jhis: will be reconstructed Senator Park Trammel'has'lent a
by removing half the boards WITH NEW YORK. limited''quantity of Government garden w

from the side and roof and tender -, seeds' to the Gazette' office for

f ------7---- vegetable, will be,' rown here till The Type Uad In One Year to pub- free,;distribution. Any, : one desiring; i
,About 1500 ,or, 2000 people witnessed late in the spring.Mr. lish Endorsement of Doan's these may oil at this office or'.. tI.
( the lighting up of the community .; Fansler certainly believes in Kidney Pills. for theM and they will be' mailed,to
.lL. : 'St. Cloud Department Christmas tree'where the school 'cljil- conservation and'keeps two cows for Of'the many kilney remedies on the; your'address. ''If h '

. : dren sang Christmas carols and boxes family: use. The question of feed has market today, none other is recommended t""x
were ''Isent to our. soldier boys and no terrors for him,' however' as he like Doan's Kidney: Pills. Subscribe for the Valley Gazette.

:; NEWS .AND NOTES QF THE "'rONDER''fJTY'" Christmas stockings given 'to the devoted one corner of.hU fifteen acre Fifty thousand benefited people glad
Z ; JAMES MILES. MANAGER ... children ;up, to the age of tenn.years. farm to, growing''' mangel beets for ly: testified In the newspaper of their
'-, x V. The free. certainly looked lovely and stock feed. This crop ho plants any own towns. Forty-five hundred 'FORJR..,
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did credlf'to committee' tithe '
the' 'trbo-did from the middle of October to American "newspaper publish" ,This AFPtTITe'33AKt"
E -" ,",.."people of"the'Christian church Stetson University ,at PeLand.. came' the work. 'the middle of November. 'These beets i home proof of Doan's merit. The YWVNCTTIVASTCMC / II_ J

f., Ireld1 their' Christmas'entertainment in on Friday evening .to spent the I' yield aa' high as 15 tons to the acre I type used In one year,to tell this wonderful ? r z

1 oa Monday evening when quite an interesting holidays with his uncle, J. K. >Conn The Veterans Association met in arid have proved to be' great milk pro story; would make a solid ,
.. program waa carried out and family. G. A. R.. hall Dec. 22 at,% p. m. with iduoers. The- best feature ofthis column of metal twice a.'hith as the

J. .f'I; :'' ::and:'a large;number ,werein attend- 'Mr.' and Mrs.. John Houston entertained President Kenney in the chair. crop is that it may be left in the world's highest mountain Placed end
q :;: '; snce:' '" ..; at dinner on*Christmas' day Opened with singing !America" ..fol ground till as late as June and feed to end the lines of type would reach dIl

" M .. Rose Mckenziewho has been the following guestef!;' ev.rand ')In. lowed by prayer by>Rev. Beauchamp.Duet I Is:4 needed from New York'to' Chicago. These s
.' f'{ ir atteftding school at Tallahassee,' ar-, Kenney Mr..and Mrs. J.:W.'Francher, by Comrades Lynch and'Depew, Mr. Faasler'a farm Is eert.lnJy' a miles of--good words: told by, 50,000
the Alonto ." and after the usual business sessionthe splendid demonstration of,what can sound to" "' '
: rived' home on Friday for Christi Mr and Mrs.: rVincent., tongues* glad >'tidings. any }ONLY (
-.-:-::" -"' hdAy.; Otto Bleech one of 'our soldier meeting was turned Mrs. be done when farming' followed Kissimmee sufferer who,wants relief '

'i Mr. anCMrs." ,: .A. W.' Doughty Mrs. boys,'spent.Sunday, ',visiting, his par' WorreUw. for the social hour; Selection along: 'Intelligent, lines from kidney and bladder ills. Here'sa A MAN EVER -NEEDS,

Sarah NorHs Mr. Montcell'and'' Mr. ents., on the' harmonica by Frank DEPUTY SUPERVISOR OF Kissimmee case. Don't experiment.Use f

t Hall' were, the guests on"Christmas Miss MadalpnHa( field of Mt. Morris ' SwindenT: Piano solo by Edith liar MOOSE MAKES VISITATION the emedy endorsed by peopleyou about.the food be should eat nut
day of,Mr, and Mrs. L. Shambow. Pa., who attending Baltimore rod. Violin' and.banJo and bone mu know.C. be'given him by his appetite and
,I , /The. Woman's class of the Christian College for. Women, is spending the sic by Worrell. Jones and Sill.', Violin, 1\\(. M. Reynolds, deputy supervisor W. Campbell Bryan and Dilllng- digestion; They: ,know what's 'good "
1 : church will hold their meeting vacation with her uncle and aunt solo by Mr. Burch' accompanied by of the Order of Moose for South .Car ham streets says. "I suffered from a for him. 'They :will advise him to i''.
;;: oft Friday! ,afternoon"at' ,the,church; Mr. and Mrs. J.,K. Conn. Edith Harrod. olina Georgia and Florida was here lame back and my kidneys didn't act ,visit this market,, and.::purchase a
''Born ,to Dr. and Mrs. Riddle on Mac' Arrowsmith is home from Music on the banjo by Hatton, Til- last Saturday: and .made'an official as they should. I.Uled Doan's Kidney choice cut of meat. Both our'per-
I'' .Chrlltm evening a baby boy, Tampa for the Christmas holidays. lie, accompanied by. Sill withbones.. visitation to the local lodge. I Pills as directed and they gave me' formance and our prices'ate'cor: .-
.j i'Tho auxiliary; ,to the Army and Mrs. Lulu Atwood who teaching Recitation by Mrs.. Goodell- ,. "Your On Monday: evening next the lodge' splendid relief." rect ,
:'jj' ''Navy Union met on Monday afternoon school in St. Petersburg is spendingthe Flag and Mine." will held 'a "Round Table Tea" at Price 60e, at all dealers: Don't
>7y and mustered in two new members Xmas vacatl.n with- her parents Mrs. Riley recited the "Boys of which time Mr; Reynolds has been Invited simply ask for a kidney: remedy: -get
, "j: Mrs. Alice Straub and Mrs. Mc- here, Mr, and Mrs.; George Arrow- '61." to return and deliver an ad- Doan's Kidney Pills-the> same that City Market p
i Clay; and next Monday. Army and smith. Two selections'on violin and banjo dress. It is hoped that large number Mr. Campbell had. Foster-Milburn
Navy: auxiliary; will have a joint installation Miss Willa Riley: from Jacksonville by Comrades Worrell and Jones. ;,of the,.members will be present, Co."Mfgrs., Buffalo N.:V'

of officers in Miles hall. is home for the Christmas holidays. Katy Clausen, solo second numberas to hear' him. .. -.. --- .- .' i,
I E,. S.Mill entertained Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Miller and daughterare an encore.
Mrs. J. G. Hill, and Mr. Pert ge ford visiting Mrs. Miller's parents,. Miss Gilson gave the ten command his acquaintances 'an 'affectionate'
farewell address he is
1 on Christmas day. Mr and Mrs. W W Riley. for the ments in rhyme. as leaving soon SEED POTATOES
for his former homo in Ohio.
!i i Donald 'Conn who is attending holidays. Mr. Miller, the hall .janitor, gave t(,I
t Special :Meetings.The .
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I : "" by: the v Presbyterian church be- ,SpanUinf's No. 4 Rote, Early Red Bliss Triumph, Irish Cobblers. '

ginning next Lord's day (Dec.' 30.) .
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W.. are !If. Rea r t. R |T Orirra sad Make Contract far W.
Meetings at 7 o'clock each evening of fc.r. D eee.... ... ......ry Delivery.
; Fertilizers for Now the'week, except Saturday. All are Writ for 'prices stating; quantities. .and. varletle... wanted. Our Seed
Spring-Order Potator ' highest' quality M QrwM We are
.. _ cordialy.invited! -to,these,meetings! familiar. :rttt':.:. condltlene In Florida and our seed tOke1.--.-selected.- ..-' -
eeed for beet result.
: You should plant .1.* Orewa" .

fi' Importance of ordering early your. spring fertilizers can-;

': ti'':: not be too strongly emphasized. 1: A. MARTIN SEED CO.
\ 1" )' The railroads are overwhelmed with traffic-moving troops -' Our New Stock of .
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the increased of
:1 tonnage nearly every S. I Oldest Kstabliihed and Seed House. in the State.
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j: ; Only a, small fraction of the 60,000 cars ordinarily us
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1. .... I i "il can afford to be more generous than I Etc. '
Eggs Vegetables
t' ;tf"J usual for,today a barrel'of potatoes Or.a ,
\\1 ::1 box: of fruit will buy more fertilizer than ...
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o ,", 'f.. 'f"h'rl"r.t;; ': ''Ij:! JI P. Enrich Increase I the the,Yield Soil, i!iI il! "*: Armour fertilizers forsprmg? are ready, Neckwear Quarter of Beef _______Va c lb. Meat left I In Storage aid u
: -:'4 i! J.fertilizers: of proved cro -makingqual'f' --
Whole _._ clb. eat used Jclb-
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-'"r/l/ :_'" ;- }J r I:lll&lUnrulUI.-.rnrmuu,1 Improve the I i .' Get, in touch .with our agent..' today or' , are :now arriving.Call Curing Pork ready for,,smoking, 1 l-2c., per, pound.

..:" :.', j' 'orr : j'f write for !special C1rcular.descrlbmg our' : .< Curing and rnoking,,2c 'per pound. r
F-f;':' : : ;' FERTILIZERS y .complete ,line. and see'them ,

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} msl1riEt'VAiLEY tremendous: advan' 'I(serve, and with him ready to'step into what 'was"the1cause! 'of Adam' fall'', this cut of characters:
GAZETTE Classified Advertiser\
...: [ as a 'whole; and aft the game 'we could take en anythIng Well, sir, she replied Adam had the, The Traveler-Frank WoodalL

tional, Ufa., It ma _ _ With a feeling of security for he i. rheumatism and the doctor 'reeom Three Robbers-John Lee Jr., Hunt
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BW7 .....7. of a pew era In Ante fast, 'a good runner, and an excellent mended whiskey and I reckon ,he and F. S. Ledbetter. HOLIDAT BARGAINS
01... Ia "."eF .asAtt ...HI. "
: X......... ........m of economy: good sense, TU1 defensive man.". jrank a little too much, air. Not unJerstanding A Priest J, D. Sibert, Jr. W. have a beautiful -room Buialow
ism. Regero certainly played; a splendic this reply he asked another A 'Doctor of the .Law Clyde Hud- horn on Broadway! mod PhlladaTV<>rnirantly -<
furnished, owned by
: W. HARRIS ..* B. 0. TANS AGNEW this and! his '
game season graduation question. Why did Adam hide dleston. phla man: cheap at M.000.00.; Favor-
f 0__ KISSIMMEE BOT WINS PROMINENT thist from the school will mean th Lord? This too much Levite Lewis Jr. able terms. *. ;
r ...,...._ M*. 11awriptlra year a from was A -:- O'Bryan Four room cottage water. and Sigh..,
PLACE ON ALL-FLORIDA severe loss to the team.RUMINATIONS for the lady; she went to the bed and A Samaritan-Donald McKay.. on brick paved" street. pr..tty'cor..r. .
tlms halt It desired.
: said "Come right out her Adam and The Spirit of Good Will-Thelma 11000 Full: block Oft elveritd wit*

Football enthusiasts }have been interested bring.that jug with you; the preacher' Woodal. tree. : rood '-roola.hou.
nlahed, all for 5310$. .
this week, by the announcement t Of REX I knows all about it." The A.-menlaMin,Gertrude Me- Good Its room cottage, rro'nt n. 0... ,"
lots. T .ck.,
hard street '
of the All-Florida for 1917 and The Democratic Rooster still waves Kay., from court bowse. Room. are larg:p

the review of the gridiron Beacon by. Reports through the Weekly. New his tail feathers and at. the "The response to the appeal of Armenia front porch.i home Cheap one at fllio.Delightful block. from,

Gilbert Freeman in *the Sunday Tarn Letter, a psper published in Wash name of Germany he shouts at the was sung by the Beginners the court house square. Plenty around to'

r pa Tribune. 'The player. selected on' ington by. thex Department of Agriculture very top is his voice,. Germany!! bed Primary Class the ,Junior Class. rs build tlon;two fine more variety homes of excellent; beautiful fruits.: to

: their merit for the past season are: -dl I then he calls his hens together The little play; was well ,renderedand Com* let ua allow you. r "

..It Position..Player, School Weigh indicate that the farmer ; they verify his cry. by, rats reflected great credit'' on th se HO bottom acr* stock prairie farm land adjoining! (In* orange lake.Fine .

Center-Culbreath, Hillsborough 170 throughout the'great West have com Ing the right foot and cackling for who filled the parts and upon the rare grove bargain and good and house a great; flne mon.r-m..k.locations

Guard-McCarty, Gainesville "w.-16 to the aid of government in the dear life, which. means so say we\ 'all young ladies who'had, charge of dril- er. NELSON REALTY COMPANY
Guard-TlppeU. St. Petersburg.,16: of ua.' ing the children.
_ _ _ _ _ production of food crops in enormous
WE buy boner, Send samples Jack.
f acUe: -Hathcoek, Plant Cit188 Our mail delivery on route 1 (Sam A special collection was taken from onvllle" Cracker Work.. ,Jackson-
l .. Rates I yields and will quiet'all uneasiness
; Y, DtMo Copy. One Tear_-,-.-__..___.I*.0On Tackle-C. Adams, DuvaL) _._..._16 Lupfer) is certainly 'a hustler;; he Isalways the audience in addition .to that vlll. Fla. "-It.
j, t" i Copy Hlx Months--.-....-.-___ 10On End-Pendas. IlilisboroughEndMiller ..i__145 about lack of provisions. Com, rye fashion, with his head gear fered ,by the classes, making a 'total FOR SAL.H .
Months.......... ..7AH etc. '
Three producedIn
Copy. wheat oats, :. are being
f \ Plant City, _- ._.165 for he never goes beyond what Dame of $18.00. One nice saddle pony peidJS5,05.

.", .,, communication ..!'Irom our Quarter-Regero: Osceola .......160< larger quantities this year than Nature has furnished him and that Presbyterian Church.. One roller top deck price ItO.OO.

,' .Authorised....n.4 by tb.correspondents writer.. must .b. Half-Anderson Orlando _____--I4i' ever before..: Rex has been crop reporter the, scientists declare is subject to This denomination held no special water 1000) acre Ideal, high amalr pr.lrl.I.nd.ranch price plenty"$.01)

.4. '. Rjetd matter wljl not b* returned Full-Zeigler. Orlando _.....__..165 for Oseeola. county. for.. about constant changes- so the rood- brother celebration], other than the Christmas 1 per, I.acre* and.; term 4 yarOrange II 00 down balance' In '

i &... called for. .. Half-Padgett, Gainesville, -135 twelve years, and receives these papers has the very latest at all.times. sermon delivered on Sunday moraingi Grove capable of' producing-

'. .. (Bntared In the Poatofflce at Klsslm Reserves, School Weight weekly .and will give to the On Wednesday. of last week' business A program of special music'was COO SOOO, $2000 to 400 caah boxes balance. )4 price equal $Installment R.-
"t//!: .. _** Florid.. a* aecond-claaa matter.) readers of the Valley Gazette any; : *. ,_. _... ,
1 .' O'Neil Gainesville _...*,___155) connected with: the U. S., Agricultural delivered at that time and a generous One nice little cottage with S room

; J' DECEMBER 28 1917 MeMasters, Hillsborough.1165 good news contained: thereJ.n..Fl Departnentcaused 'a ,call on offering'made to foreign missions: Bath. porotie.. eraraa-e on brick atr..t_ .'
'Vs!-" Avers Gainesville ._____-___.-..-14g! rida will do her part, but the Mr. Evans our county demonstrationagent ,Christmas day was observed at the close Two In Iron; price aafea$141(00.price racy$St and term.$40.

I : 0 ,' W. wish you all a Happy New Thresher, Orlando ..............165 great states of Indiana, and Illinois who is also connected with the Episcopal church with special services One Six kitchen lot 'shelving tables at yaur and other own,flirures.furni '

1 Yar. McGhee Gainesville _122 will produce about one billion five U., S. Department. The time spent in at 7:30 and '10 a. m. 'At this ture for those deelrlnir temporarr-
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outfit for winter .on ,
+ Hunter Hillsborough .....-....140Childs hundred thousand bushels of corn besides conversation with ,that gentleman time the sermon was delivered. SO acres land bordering the It-foot

:'' The heart of America shall Inter- St. Petersburg .._140 enormous crops of wheat, rye, gave Rex the assurance that he thor. brick road adjoIning Fair Qround*.
price ItOOOOO. upon ;your own term.
j>W the heart of the world.:'-Wood- Dodderer, Si. Petersburg ....-161 ,oats, etC Never before as a nation oughly understands'and appreciates END STOMACH TROUBLE, It acrea. land not quite .. close but:

,, " row Wilson. Dial. Gainesville ...._. v_162 has t there been- such[a complete un- the responsibility'.*.4.ched dhl.l: .' GASES OR DYSPEPSIA.i.i"Pape" Grounds within 1>I price mile of$1000 brick.00 road; ,your and Fair own.J. ,- ,
',' m defstanding between) Il' classes 'o o f *MiHM <'!tm2fGiiitfln.iA a -"
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140 aiti
.... .. Aent.
.. tyala.llillsborough -- -- "it.l r .V. ;; ;;i.d i-; ,
.1 "1 .. ', t' .. t;fuFflhhffimen ; From time to time I have
; ,- : ...t"ntJ) .,..Tim.ka.Are .6.I.1 ':"':Av. tap"weighti':: 9- :If/W U 11ft"6 his services of Intense Interest to the, Dtspepsln" .. a lot of office fixtures furniture,
: ''' ' h' for the and for makes sick,.sour, machinery/ gasoline and .electric cattle.
'working'for the Red Cross or are ;you pounds; reserves 150 pounds. army money county and Rex heartily congratulates gassy stomachs surely feel I fine and horse., etc. llefore buying consult "

just camouflaging" The season has been pronounced a their support. Rich and poor alike the board of county commissioners In, five mlnut_ me; ;you may find a barg-aln. ._ '..J.I,,.
have vied with each other to'meet the ARTHUR. DONEQAN.
4. 4.' tremendous success, A dozen teams on the wisdom of their choice. --

'.. It is stated that nine-tenths. the competed ;for honors, though first existing emergency and Germany is The office requires a man 'Of intelligence If what you just ate Is souring oa Kissimmee. Fla.

'wounded in' battle are' saved by alwtytt 1- place must remain tied between Hills- dcomed to see her aristocratic rulers and one who properly appre- your stomach cf lies like a lump of FOR WHITEn SAt.B.-ONE MOI1KL:EMRR8OM THREE: TYPE.V1SIHL.K. -,

._. .inc dible feats of modern war borough: Gainesville Plant City dethroned and' a liberal government ciates the duties devolving upon him lead, or you belch gas and eructat. AS UOOU AS NKW Apply

.- .l44_ ,"iurgeons.The ., made second place with St. Peters established in its stead. and in Mr. Evans you certainly have sour, undigested food, or have a feeling lit Houth Vernon Ave. tf

.. 4c burg third;and Duval fourth. Osceola county has nobly austa'inedber this combination,. of dizziness, heartburn, fullness, nausea, FOR 8AL.IC-5 acres S acrea cleared
bad taste in mouth and stomach-head end plowed all under good fences
t Kissimmee Valley Gazette has Quoting from Mr. Freeman's re- share in this contest; our quotaIs |II j We were ,agreeably surprised last Hood, house, located just outside city

; entered upon its twenty-first year. review: "Orlando and Osceola took a again filled and we are again free week by a call from Mr. L. B. Drawdyand ache neutralizing, you can get acidity.relief In Put five an minutesby end to limits propoaltlun; good If taken neighborhood.promptly. Good Address

w.noninOO' anIse from__ each_____ other__ and from the draft. A report! has been owner. Uox tit,
.. 4_. but long since reached its maturity as u----r--' -r---- __ n nn son, Joe. They report all things such stomach: distress now by {retting a Fla. l"lmi tr
one of Florida's solid newspapers. held up about alike the rest of the spread over certain sections of the quiet at St. Cloud.| Will Drawdy has large fifty-cent: case of I'ape's Diapepsinfrow '

'Plant. City Courier. way both losing to the Terriers and country that if the Germans win, our been seriously ill at L. B.'s but had any drug .tor You realize la DWELLINGS Tiller.: for rent, Apply, 'to 1 L

: 4s Farmers and should find an even level money will be worthless and manyof sufficiently recovered to return home. five minutes. how' needless It lute. suffer i'
-It-foot launch
r' ,"A moneyless man is not necessarily dividing fifth place between them. those who had been informed that A special Christmas. Invitation was from indigestion, dyeprpsia or Any stomach $Heml-cabln fully equipped. for hunt.
j ;: poor. lie may have pork, sugar Some claim that Orlando is entitled the Confederate money was worthless extended but Rsx: had accepted. a disorder caused by food forme ntatloa Infr.tlona Kitchen S men. Sp.ed'sleeping mil.areommoda-j... Full 4.

t ; and coal,"'-says a bright paragrapherThat's to rank ahead of Osceola by'reason of at the termination of the'' war betweenthe previous call. | due to eaeeesJTe acid I In stomach. equipment' large and roomy. Oood
rendition. Address R. s. BullockKlsslmnvpe.
r quite true and the.chances are defeat of ,Duval,.but we must remember states weN somewhat panic Ere this reaches the public Christmas A\MAL: MRBSTINHUK: l-4tp-

t (that If he has pork sugar and coal that Osceola beat Orlando decisively stricken at the prospect. Confederate will have been a thing of the TOCKHOI>DBH% RMKRSJiend= today for a f res' .. n-

ia- he U then. moneyless. the first game and only lost money was made redeemable when past. Our soldiers will have their holders The annual of the KUslmmee meeting I of Oil the atock. pIe copy of the Florida Farmer and1 .'
Companywill Stockman, published at Jacksonville. '
.4 V the second by a small margin. On the Confederacy became a de facto festivities which correspond wiUv-ex- be held In the office of the Krcrets Tell about livestock raisins dairyIng .
: As such ry. Room 12 of the Btnte Bank Build poultry, citrus fruit and ; ,
government. no governmentwas truck ,
both isting
The. Courier-Informant appeared points scored against the teams conditions and as the poorest fng on the second Tuesday of January Ins, twice a month at bOo p.r ;year-.
__)& .:>oo.! ..., .._':this week with a "nifty" edition called played, Hillsborough and Plant City ever established the money. became family in the country enjoy the' sea A. D.. .1918 at 2 o'clock Q. F. I'xninns.M three yeara for II.00. ,Only livestock" 'P-
and general L
farming In
the "Velvet Highway Edition'/' Judging -! they stand neck and neck and on worthless on its face, but the son as well as tho richest, so our sol ; *-t I Secretary.. mat. Write locIa). paper. .the .

s from the beautiful stretches of points scored and allowed for the idea of Germany succeeding- this diers having something better than NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RENT: Furnished
FOR TAX rooms or-
.. ; I roads pictured Folk county ia certainly season, the same result is obtained." war is absurd, and even if she did and their common lot will fully appreciatethe DEEr apartments. for light housekeeping
declared it would not'inany In modern. convenient. house close tn.
entitled. to use that term. Kissimmee has known from the first peaoa was day. Notice la hereby given that J W. Mrs. B. B. Wells. Real Estate and In.
/ < disturb the .integrityiof this i l purchaser. of Tax Certificates. auranoe Ill Mabbatte St. Phone J+*,, .,
4 ,,. I game of the season tha$ her youngsters way | With the earnest wish that the Milleri 58 and 1111 dated the
Small wonder the tourist season In were playing as they never had I country. The United States nas a readers cf the Gazette. ye editors and of July A. D. "H. and Tax' Certifies FOR RKNT-Furnished house, close In.

: 'Florida is the biggest "ever and that played before and were making the population of about one hundred and all connected with your valuable July tes tth No.: 1144.4. IX H 1:,1S,1347.haa 1345 tiled, dated said FOR W. W.8AL.H Carson.OP' RENT-NW eott titr; .

railroads to' twenty million and could if ,called certificates In my office, and has madeapplication Apply 0i Vine street tl-lOtpd
the ,, find it difficult accommodate name of Ostfeola! a formidable one but journal 'have passed a Merryf Christmas -
for tax deed to Issue In accordance "
; it. Those who have been It was not until the All-Florida was upon put at least ten million men in and that .you will all enjoy a with law. Bald certificates WANTBnTo buy a,trood fresh' fan.
announced that she realized the true the field; enough to clean 'out the ; here once just can't stay, away an.ther Happy year, an article situated In Oaceola County Flor- .... Nelson Realty Company -ltpd
,'.- .., winter and the fame of the worth of her boys. field, should they be called uponto which Rex fears is already too da, to-wlt: Lot 1 lilock B. Lot 11

't!::1;,.-, srtate grow'with: every season.JL .' : I. Bronson was referred to as Osceola's do so. ', ',", long. ,, ,. : ." -< ', ,,<' :";' ,,'",:. .". (Block I. Lots<0.11 Lot and I 18 Rloek Block A,Q Lot, and If Lot Block IT' "L08T-Between'man a 1'dy'a brown Orlando coat and, checkered Loue-h-
On of last week vis- ::0// 0<,' Block all Insije. Steward
C' i. : -*- ? youngster who ,played ; a good Wednesday we ,U. Marydla. for finder. Leaveat
\ The aald land assessed
; 'lk .1..1.nit you have any doubts,that ,Florf ; game',, but '_'' lacked;-y experience! .t, and ted: :
;..2 .; BF'>" Ida U taking a"place among the' most weight for such an eleven as our 1918 '\ lady. ,".The old\gentleman is still :" ,'.t." "' ''''''''' _'' -" -' '"''' Jr.In ,the B. name O Smith of ,Unknown.W. Hampton.W. C. Unless Vesta.. or citrus-To buy or rent. small farm '
a-rove or land suitable for
: I ,,": : progressive states of, the Union just All-Florida will be." Bullock received suffering from the effects .of a para- is the list of uncalled for said certificates shall be redeemed according fruit or truck. Plea. rive price *jno> ,,

T ad this: "Washington, D. C.,-Not honorable mention, but it was Re- )ytic stroke which fell upon him about letter remaining in the postoffice' hereon; on to the law, 10th tax day deed of will January Issue, description ue| Felder. Rebecca In letter. Oa.Addrea,... ..rSara-t-ltpit:

.only did the Florida delegation in the gem who starred. In speaking of one year&'0'. His wife is.a most remarkable Kissimmee, Florida, for the two weeks 'A. D. 3515. J. I. OVERSTRKKT.: CAR AGI!: PLANTS for sale. 11.15 per

Stonae 'votely: solidly in favor of nationwide him Mr. Gilbert says: woman, waiting ,on him .snding Jan. 7. 1918:: Clerk Circuit Court. thousand. Can make' prompt shipment
-S : prohibition when it ;was Regero Stands Supreme.We with greaier"care and more trouble Beard, Miss Mary; Beasley, Frank; 3-St Osceola County Florida. Fla. farmers, Plant: Co.. Pine S-ttpd Castie. '

*pa sed.. and will likely be the first seek a field general and we get than she would be compelled to exercise Bass Miss Arellia; Boss, John; 1ST ('llt'VlT OOI1HT STATE> OK -- C,

'. ,.tate, in the Union to raUfy tho action the individual ground-alning"atar of with a baby. Doing all her Crews, S. M.; Davis B. H.; Elliott, FLORIDA.IIHLL'IT.' SKtKNTM()-KOI.A COUNTY.JUDICIAL .

.. .. 'of Congress. in adopting the* amend" the season and a man who stands on house work, getting up wood and water J. H.; Forest, L. D.; Gardner, ,Mont.; IV IHANCBRY,

'inenf a level, with any scholastic back that and building fires beside. We Jackson John; 'Jones, Miss Idia; William. J. Fling-, Complainantvs. BowlingOpen '

+ has played in Florida. Permit us to prepared a contract while there between Murphey T. L.; Thornton, Mrs. Henry Frank Vans Agnew and .Arthur E.. ,

The American SH4 Automobile Associa digress from"the question of general- Mr. Smith and, Mr. J. ,B. Tay- Wilson; Tison, John; Williams, Uonenan It appearing, Defendant affidavit 'appended: '
the latter rents place of five Amos Winn Mrs. Jennie to the bill :. .. t"t"n for business
tlon will issue road ship to ask: Where can we find an or; a ; ; Warriene < the above-stated

: ), I These napsale soon. divided new into one array of scoring power combined In acres from the former to plcnt in J. D.; Wiliams, Amos.B. the pause defendant that. Frank therein Van.named Aarnew I. a one nonresident of- DAY and NIGHT

i one human cracker to with Irish potatoes. Mr. Taylor is recog. B. SIMPSON of the State of Florida and
for the comfort and convenience compare his residence I. .
'. .. : runs unknown over the. axe Ladies welcome at all times.'
Regero's record for the season? In nized as one of the foremost potato Postnaster.If of twenty-one years: It la th..retor.j
L -
t .: pf motorists.-' The map will show every ordered that said nonresident. Wednesdays 1 to 5 ni.
and he first game with Orlando, the'OsceIa aisers In tHe county. He is to apply ant be hereby required! to p. ,
crossings bridge
every every nt1."b -
; ; general scored following runs of about fifty dollars' worth of fertilizernd you have anything to sell trade pear rl of complaint d.f ladies'onljr.
rii; srtream. between New York and St.Augustine. aid. cause on or before Thursday, the
4 After reach sixty-five yards sixty yard and forty calculates that be can make! at or exchange try our: classified colurrtn. Iht day of February. A. U. l 18, otherwise
they once .
; ( the allegations of said bill ''''''''
It brings results.KISSIMMEE will
in' least hundred and twenty-five L.EFLORYAlexander
: yards. Even the battle with one be taken
Florida they Just can't go wrong and aa confessed by said ,
lillsborough he failed bushels to the acre this would produce --- ant*
never to gain ; .
there will be no need for day runs It Is further ordered that d..fend\
,. worth brief visit and his twenty-five yard sprint was one hundred and twenty-five CELEBRATES be published once a week \
; ,for every town .is a
consecutive weeks .
at __to the longest of the game. He also had barrels, which at eight dollars per HOLIDAY SEASON Valley Uasette a newspaper. the published
(_ several of ten to fifteen varda. Barrel would amount to one thousand In Maid county and Slate. ,
,, -. .-. This S7th day of Deeemhor. I'M,. '
. .. Against St. Augustine he added runs ollars-pretty fair on'an eight hundred (Continued from Page One) (Ct.CtSeal). J. J... OVERSTRBHT.' : Finlay,
WAR SAVINGS of sixty-five sixty thirty-eight thir- dollar place and this in about CI.r''! Circuit Court.
: of Christmas services was reversed, Krlbb. Steed..
116 S. Avenue
three months this is to be followed .. Solicitors for Complainant. Grants
. ty-four, twenty-five and twenty-two ; crop and the little people.made an offerigto 1-St '
,"War Savings Stamps mark an yards to his record; and three more by a corn crop. Well talk the Armenian-Syrian relief work r Orlando, Florida

epoch in 'our national life."-Secre'raryof touchdowns. At Plant City he- added _enough. Js it an1' wonder that land in place-of .enjoying the- customary THE'.MAN TO GO TO -I Residence 'and Grove Said Lake
ifrtr :
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-- the Treaspry McAdoor [ashes of fifteen, twenty and twenty- values aron -inerei S; the tree and treat.A for ,j.b-I.rIKatlo.. ,

4 4 Many a successful, business man two yards to his pile. lie''has scored city? very'pretty' service was preparedfor For For expert dlfflrnlt. dralsias<< cud Intricate Isroat......e7.. :' Ormn(. Center.
has a1d that the saving of his 'first Kor *llo _..fI'.tI.... ,
seven touchdowns in five We heard lately from Adam's retreat -
games. Christmas eve which opened 'with For relnforred rosicrrte work. I Representing A. M. Klemm'sWinier
.. ( dollar was the most important single We don't ,believe anything more is and as the naming of: this sec- a responsive reading of the story of Kr eoaerete brldirrs sad retals. t.

.. S ,act of his life* that it marked the beginning necessary to guarantee his place in Ion carries a good joke with it we the "Good Saramitan," followed by wsillH. AddressWILBUR Haven Nurseries

; ; . of a habit and a course of.conduct the backfield for he is every bit as will give it for the fu -lovlng readersof prayer and hymn. Then came a SANKOIIIt A., G1NN.FLORIDA Ciril Engineer :

; to which he attributed his good on the defense as on the oJTen the Gazette. Adam Wells and his clever dramatization of the story with

: '.; iuccea.., 1 ive, where 'he interferes sidesteps, wifo lived there many years ago ;and -

;,.14 Something very alalogous to, this, I sU"'arms." dodges and keeps his feet '5 traveling preacher in passing TAKES OFF DANDRUFF, -

r ; :. It ,is believed, is ''going to be the 'effect with any man in the state. As a through the country left Adam's wife HAIR STOPS FALLINC .'r-,

: ?on the "Amer.cah: nation of the broken field runner or in any situation a Bible question book and requestedher ,
4 0' '''- ''War Savings campaign. Not only are carrying the ball, he is the near- to learn what she could of it by NOTICEDON'T '
Save Halrl! Get a small bottleof
millions of Individual citizens goingto st equal to Rondo Hatton, admittedlythe he time he came again. Some little Danderlne right now-Also.
; begin to but' this habit of time I after this tho THE LAST MINUTE TO PAY YOUR 1'918 ,
save, peer by whom we judge, we have wife saw Adam stops itching scalp. ,

r 'economy and saving is going to be a seen in this state. And he plunges almost come stumbling across the field :with AUTO AND CAHUFFEUR LICENSE TAXES. ,

collective movement, a movement not as well as he runs. a jug of :whiskey on his shoulder and Thin, brittle/ colorless and scraggy '
"' ,. of Individuals alone but of the nation. ,As a general he Is easily the peer of at' the same time she saw. the preacher hair scalp 4.of. mute dandruff evidence-that'awful of a neglected scurf. Tats must be on January 1st Misdemeanor for operating ,motor ;!. '

: ; The habit of' saving formed now coming the road. She hurried | hide without State Tag that date. .
the field. He is quick to find a weak up There is nothing destructive,' ; to aftfr 7' .
; .. has a deeper Incentive than ordinary. spot if there is one, and plays it constantly Adam to the house and got him' and the hair a* dandruff. It robe the hair : ' < 7:;

I '. We are saving now not alone,for self' and his judge of opportunityIs ; his ;jug both under the bed. The of its'luatre its strength and its very. ,* .- Apply'"to- Ernest Amos, Comptroller 1
I' life feverishneas
ish reasons, we are saving now from as near infallible as has been shown preacher coming in asked her if she ) ,and eventually itching of producing the scalp a, which If 'Tallahassee, Florida.- ... ". '

; patriotism"saVing'not .lone. 'for' our- this 'aea on: Childs would make* almost I had ]learned any of the,Bible ques- not remedied cause the hair roots to ? f,

.,- "; ,selves but for,our: country. The com'bination as good a general but; the Saint ions. In some. excitement she" re shrink, loosen, and die-then the hair Remit by Express 'Postoffice, Order or_ Cashier' .Draft- '.. '.

<; of patriotism and thrift is, captain Is not'the ground-gainer that iulied yes, all of them. We11, replieij falls -out now fast.-- A time little-will Danderlne surely save tonight NOT&-.Person! check not certified delays delivery. , J

fndeedgoing. to make the War Sayings Regero is. He is my[choice as the re- I he preacher I'll ask._ yon- a few. First your hair. ejiy Applications furnished by Tax .Collectors. er the Comptroller.
f campaign epoch in our national Get a. small bottle of Knowlton's .
life.; It.Is not only going rivM Out Malaria,Builds Up System I U, Piles Cured In A to 14 Dayg Dandcrjive from any drug store. ,'You IMPORTANT-Give: Enri I' 'Nos b r.' '
t. r' .. Tb.Old Standard general strengthening tonic ,y"r; '.t.1II refund 'mosey If FAZO sorely' can have beautiful: hair and lots .
-- I : .thing of tremendous'benefit to millions ROVK'* TASTELESS chill*oat oIHTMaJI. IsDs to cure ....,... of Itchlnv, '2-tf
'to" N.lad.."",",, _Use blood......ballds nptlMSrs* II iln! <).Ble.dlnir! orProtrndlns:Piles' la oloMdara. of It if you :will just try a little,Dan- .. ,
of citizens it is be '
k ,. going a Urn. A"'" tonic.. So adult*and cbMdru. too T be Ant application fit*x...and ..... We. !rJDe.' Save your hair I r Try }itt : "
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r INTERESTING' LOCAL ITEMS. J I Casino Theater .. ,} .t


>0 00000000 oo Fatty Arbuckie, "the' funny man," '1'01I1ft(Week of DMMtor) 31st We '
will appear at the Caeino Theater. to htip& rou 'all had a ':

leather Report ; night in "A Country Hero." j : :

r. Mrs. W,, A. Steed and small ,son,' MONDAY; : '

...' Arthur, arrived from 'De 'n4 to. Unit Program No. 5. : : : :. . ,,

-. Following are/dally temper:= spend Christmas with her' .son, Attorney ". Fifth. Episode of Tiffttiai Trail Merry.'ChristniCi$ ":
.JW and pirffpltations as reported WJ.. Steed. V'at. ... ,
bye Government station < IT '
Dr. W.. K, M elce, of Philadelphia, .' :' "" 11.-.
} at: Kissimsnee tot*a week ending -,,; ; :TUESDAY. "
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arrived In the this week and is, .\ '
Thursday, Dee 27; city "

Ma.Mln.Friday . Rain ; preparing for his- annual cruise down' Francis m Tfco Baskmam Voice of& Beverly Conscience.Bay."*. . 'and that the New Year will'b.riiJg' : .: : .

.. ... 66 47, r the Kissimmee river. Metro. '

Saturday .. _. 71 45 I,. L. Bruns, Lieut.: Fred Hill, Vic /' .

Sunday ,... ... 71 42 tor'' Hill and 'Mrs. "Buckley motored .WEDNESDAY.. returns. '\
Monday .-.,.. 73 48 over from Narcoossee yesterday and. Wm Dosmoad i. "FlyiBr Colors." .. : you many : :

Tuesday .... .,. 75 63 spent the''day shopping. TiiaagU Cosaedy. <. .. .'.... w

Wednesday. ___ 75 62,, Don't miss Francis Bushman and THURSDAY: .' .\, .'" .

I Thursday ..._ 68 60 Beverly Bayne in "The Voice of Con.sciesoe" ' Jewel Canami &ia *Tk. Kiag dota of ,In the meantime: we will be glad to supply :>

.. ...... . ...... ..... . ..... at the Casino New 'Year'snight. L...." Fo*. ., '
"\ lit V Cosaody: VUarrapk. : > '
"** C&* surana. See Ai E. Drought. : Edgar Hook and party, from.Day FRIDAY you with anything you need in Furniture; .. "

Ad.Ikathe. remedy of true, ton, Ohio, were visitors in Kissimmee "
i ? value. Central Drug Store. *I I this week while en,,route in their car "Tfc. Grill Mystery" (Earle Wil- .. and Household ,Goods. ." .

Born,to Mr. and Mrs. Pat Johnston. ,i for Arcadia, :where they will spend liana, Miriam Miles). Vit : . :
the winter. .. . '"'- ,.
on Christmas night", a daughter. i SATURDAY.. f . ?' ,,. "
t ,'
C? Klock, a.well known resident. of i Mr. and Mrs. Hammond Johnson' Belle Besuett.u "Tfc. Bead of ... .' "" ;., ', >
St. Cloud, spen0 Wednesday. in the i and son of Gainesville have arrivedfor F...." Triangle. .. '>'".Jf'Tn: '

city. : a visit with Prof. R. M.. Evans Triangle Comedy 'H ( _

Adlerika is w.hat' you need after: and family. Mrs. Hammond' is Mn.Evan. mad Episode of "Wfco b Nanmber C. GR'ANTH.A"'M': ; :
}; :
> Christmas, for sale by Central DrugStore sister.Twentyfive. 0..7" . : : 1. ,
acres on North Main .
Mr.and Mrs. J.' T. Campbell have St., fronting,on' brick; excellent rich x "The Satisfactory Store" ;
Canon .
Mr. and Mr*. Nv B. theif *:." .* .. .
in Orlando andy soil, fine!, for city homes'with land f, .
purchased property daughter.. Mr: .Hugh S. Geiger; and .'J

.'.:_, ., will*When reside-;y.u there/..Dy;*Dy*'*right..."Use' enough Nelson Particul.r! ] for.RealtyCOmp.ny!.;_chIckens'and,aitAtE t.Q. .vegetables.,o ptnti: .*. son OrliMo"'lhurodey't'N. B. Carson;: Jr.,", .motored". ..'w.........-to ,. .. I\.ro'IXI"\ ''''....,'........',....\oI>II .. ".''':''...,...,_none....._ ..._291.,..._... M_'"'._M'.:_'""", '" ,.:.."......'"-"":..-.-...,..,_..",.-."',..:'i4, .""' :,...".....,.d.n:...:......' .".

Putnam Fadeless Dyes, any .color, at .
Mrs,.J. ,A./Lanc..ter was called to
A' Central Drug Store. '. Miss Nancy Call Bryan,'who is engaged
in War Relief work at Jacksonville :' Akron, Ohio, last night by the Illnessof .. ,
__. ,Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mills came' up her Willie Joe is in hospital -, -- -
__ :; son, :who a
and her Miss' GOOD HOGS MAKE A '
niece Betty
a 'from Winter Haven to spend Christmas there- F. S. CORRELL DEAD to' $9; canners 6.60 to 650. Goats:
; with ''Mr. and Mrs.. Lyles.Story.Corylops'ls .I Bryan, daughter of the' late Senator DANDY ADVANCE TODAY $6.60 to $8); kids $8 to 1150.
Will Bryan, came down to spend the Mrs. F; C. Reeves, postmaster at Receipts 4500
'N Today's : Cattle);, ;:
l "and Violet Talcum Pow, her Word was received .t this office as If '
Avon Park spent Saturd.y'with
holidays with friends in this city. *. The market was active and 25.cents hogs SOOOfsheep; 800. >
der, as good as any, only'16'.nd 25c sister, Miss Marion Sargent.. Sunday we go to press that',F. S. Correll I, a We ;j '
at Central Store.. Leonard Williams of Loughmanwas higher on all hogs with weight, top only wish-it were j possible'
in ,the city yesterday. Mr. Wil morning Miss Sargent and Mrs. well known citizen here, has passed $17.15; pigs about steady. Choice some Of the National boy 'covld -wish

With every 3Qc purchase of Palm liams is now in charge of the' Everglade Reeves left in their car for Avon away. lie has been ill for several hogs 190'' ]Ibs. up $16.66 to 17.15: you the greetings 'of the....on'personally ,
Olive .articles will give cake Park where the former l }
i we one will spend a
Cypress Co.'s logging \nter- months though his condition was not mixed 160 Ibs. up $16.25''to $16:50; but it" is 'impossible. Front:
of Palmolive free. A limited two weeks' vacation with her
Central soap Store. eats at Thonotosassa, where he is - par thought to be critical until Christmas 130 to 150 lb. pigs $14.75 to $15.25; the bottom of our hearts, we''wish

supply. Drug making his headquarters for the ents. day, when he' became worse and con 110 to:125 Ibs. $14 to $14.50; peewees you and your ,loved ones Health,

Miss Nina Bratton is here from present.Dr. First Lieut. H. S. Geiger of the tinued to fail in strength until yesterday from $10 for common up to $14 for Happiness, Prosperity ,a ndaMrery,.

Bradentown to upend the holidays Roy Chalker of Live Oak came Medical Corps, now established at afternoon when he "fell asleep" the fancy roasters;, best rough hogs Merry Christmas and a Happy New

,iy with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 11, N. down and'spent Christmas day at the Camp Johnston, Jacksonville, accompanied about 6 o'clock.A $16., Prospects good for balance of Year 'IV'

s ,Bratton. home of Mrs. Ch lker'. parents, Mr. by Mrs. Geiger, came home to Masonic service will be held over this week for' heavy kind; but. uncertain I Natl. Live Stock Comp Co. .' .
.J:' J.:. Johnson arrived from Cleveland -' and Mrs. C. A. Carson. He returned spend Christmas with relatives.. Dr. the remains! though >definite plans. 'on pigs and'' lights.' During

G' Ohio, and will spend the winter home on Christmas. night accompanied Geiger: returned to his duties yesterday have not been made as yet. the latter part of the session one

: In the 'South. He is. stopping at the. by Mrs. Chalker, who lias been while Mrs. Geiger will spend ''Mrs. Correll.. the sympathy of small bunch of fancy hogs sold at

Manhattan hotel. : visiting here for. some time. some time'with her' parents: MrVl- and the community in this sad bereavement. $17.20, but the full-load top was CHOICE [ MEATS ;
Mrs.:,N. .B. Carson., $17.15. .
Oveistreet .
i Mrs. M. N. who has 'U. S. Recruiting Officer II. C., Collins .
.i, been visiting her son, J. 1:., and fame who has-been stationed at Kis (;'eo.'W.'' Persons of the Dollar Limit Cattle.' 'tr

0 ily, for the past'two.weeks,,returned. simmee for several l weeks, left for store left yesterday for Buena Vista DAN McCALLISTER DEAD Today's quota 'was ample for. existing for UlloI"
Saturday. to Hainea, City. Leefcburg Thursday, where he will Ga., to attend family reunion at needs of the trade on anything i : ; ,
arrived the home of his mother. is showing decency of'kill, however the .
Miss Elizabeth O'Berry continue his work,,of enlisting young George The.Gazette regrets to learn of commoner classes pf stuff sold readily Wo kav*"secured torn esperialyckoico
from Rodman Wednesday _for, a two men in "Uncle Sam's" service. one of ten children living, all of the death of Dan, McCallister, Jr., but the general market was steady f meats 'for ear Ckristmas ,
weeks'' visit with Miss Olivine Sav- whom are expected to be present'.nd .
Mi..'Jean Thomas, who is teachingin which occurred at the home of his with last week's closing prices, which trade aid lavite teas UtpodUa
hoteL. around the board at the
Manhattan the schools of Orlando, is*home'on gather lather-In..).. in Montgomery, Ala., showed an advance of ,,60e per ewt. ...dpatnup. .
Lawrence Griffin\ came home'fromJacksonville her Christmas vacation.' While here home of" their mother next Sunday. on Dec 11th. Dan was a former employ on killing steers, 25e on stockers and Your atteatiMfn b eallel'ti i .tile I

where he is employed in she Will assist her sister Miss Ruth, Four 'brothers. William, Archie, of this office, where he learnedthe feeders and 25 to SOc on butcher stuff wiaf price tSirloi. @
the Peoples.National-Bank l to spend Sam and Alee Muir'' and their sister, printer's trade some years ago, and mixed-cattle. 4's''
in the city water and light office, ? Steak ....____-.::._ .26: ',
Christmas: with. his parents.. where the new books for the Miss Jessie, are"here from Manton, and was a young man of exemplary Sheep.' ,
year are Pert .... SINk __....;.. .JI
: The Right Rev. the Bishop of, being prepared. Alberta, Canada. They'are. looking habit and many lovable qualities.His But: a limited number of offerings Read Steak _....:..__ ..JI
: Southern Florida will-preach in St.- for a perm.nent'loc.tio and are nivestigating death was caused by .consumption. available and while '
were urgent
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J. >!.. Carson of Dania and Miami, of Kis- - ---
'' '. (Episcopal) church, Klsslmfimee -: real estate'valuea ,. demand existed, it was a fairly, decent Ckmck RMst Trimmed .. ;,,:, ,.' ..
.1"\ came ,.uptlastSunday: ,.tovspend'theholidays : simmee and vicinity.. / '. He ion of Mr. and Mrs. Dan .. .
,,on'Sunday' next st11am.;! .; :;; : ,. {VNv'a') > was l sort of trot at last week's clos- Rib StewBrisks ______\ ."' '.s' > -.oI! '
: 4V. J H i WS '"\\(1'<( >; with!Whis'f ;" Mr.'andMet. : 'mUe'"from" hatdroad M-N- .
"In the Kingdom of Love," featur- parents 280'sue farm 1 McCallister: of,thla'elty, and the sympathies nig prices: Light lambs $16 to Stow__..;_;._... JT
: Misses ,
,:,,- :'"v.Jewel Carmen,. will be shown at C. A. Carson. His sisters, on .county road and phone line; of many friends go out to the- $16.25; heavy lambs $15 to $15.'7IS; fat Sausage __.__ __. ,.20
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the"Ua When- Anne and Inez, met in the family school house on farm, church 1-4 family in their bereavement. sheep $11 to $11.50; choppers $8.50
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Thursday. you say Miaeed Hast .-______ .31
it's a. Fox production, that's enough. auto at New Smyrna and. brought mile, 2 miles from good town; bearing I Franks .;..__..-.;__._____. ..31Beogsa

Mrs. D. C. Wheeler, who is teaching him home from that city. orange grove; 6-:oom house. Forty .____-.____.___ ..31

the public school at Maitland, 'John Bryan and his mother, Mrs. dollars per acre; easy terms. Nelson Pig Heads aid F.H, 8:. ____ .10

spent'the weekend in' Kissimmee, J./: M. Bryan, came up from Dania to Realty Company All who are interested in buying Sliced Ham, Swift's _:.35 &: AI ;
looking after business and visiting! spend Christmas with relatives. John Mr. and Mrs. TV B. Walker and lit- Sliced Swift's B.cos. .so

friends. returned home the, same day, but Mrs. tle son, Thomas, returned home Wed- Pork sops __.-._-.,_ .zs -"

, First Lieut. W. T. Makinson of Bryan will remain for some time visiting nesday from Titusville, where 'they goods atWholesale Pork Stew ._-?_ J%0 '

Camp Gordon came home on a brief her dapghters, Mrs. C. A. Carson went to attend a family reunion' at Pork Rout _-...23 ft: .zs

leave of absence to spend Christmas and Mrs. B. B, Simpson.G. the home of. Mrs. Walker's parents, We also. kave a FaD Lias of Groceries
Capt. and Mrs. Jas. Pritchard. The Prices
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. A. Barker of bill board fame at rock bottom pricts. Will
tit M klnson. I was here from Orlando Wednesday to entire family was present on Christ delver you order promptly wketker '',

n B. W. Cannon and daughter, Miss i see Manager A. E.'Thomas in regardto mas day and including grandchildrenand numbered Jorge or _.n.,. Every article gaaraateed -

'Corrie, left Friday for Georgetown,I securing advertising from the Os- twenty great-grandchildren, besides the host and hostess: can ''take'' advantage of sales or cseaey refu..... Wo appreciate
(&r : S C., to joins Mrs. Cannon who has coals Fair Association. He was accompanied my your .....*. Get ..r
been visiting relatives there for sour >by his daughter who is Captain de Beaurieux of the French prices OB Feed and Flow:

. ,, " l-weeks. home from, school at Tallahassee.Mrs. General Staff, stationed at Atlanta, until January 8th: 1918.
- whose work is to assist in training ...
Parker and little
Lieut. Fred Hill of the U. S. Engi- Zeb daughter R. S. FLOYDPhone
pfflcers at the southern cantonments, .
Helen June,, left Wednesday; for !
; neering Corps, stationed at Yaphank,
v' Kissimmee"to spend Christmas with was In Kissimmee Wednesday, The F. H. .LAWSON
L. I., arrived home Monday eveningon .
is and is touring
captain on a furlough
visit his her parents, Mr. and Mr. John Lee. 176SHOES
\ furlough to parents at
Arcadia News. the state. He stopped off at Kis n' -
.rcooesee.' simmee to meet Canon Farmer to
J.1-,,'. Ralph Bearden came, home from "Doc" McAllister has returned whom he had a letter of introduction .

F.::. Fort Myers, where he holds a responsible from Akron, Ohio, where he has been from a mutual friend. He was accompanied -
at work for the seven months.
position with the Consolidated past by his wife and two chil-
Title. Co.- to spend Christmas with .''Doc:'' says they .are .having plenty dren. 'I

his mother, office and snow "up there now and he ;
is sure glad to get home again. rr'
G. Hastings, I. E' 'Gaboon and U,. NOTICE / 1
C. N. Paver, who has been critically +
D. ,Schorttyer 'were a party of tourists To the Property Owners of Osceola >
(t from points In Nebraska spend-' ill home at a hospital lastweek.' l in. Orlando Mr.\ Paver, returned is- County: Our( large stock of New Shoes in all the Latest Styles '

ping some time in Kissimmee this his former (health 'I will be, at the 'following named
rapidly recovering ,
week: They were guests at thy which-is a source! of great gratification places on dates given below for the and colors have arrived and are now on exhibition
Manhattan hotel. purpose of receiving tax: returns on
to his-many warm friends. Y
Mrs. T. M. Rivers and daughters, '.' both real and personal property: :' We have for''
,. t Splendid 5-acre farm .just outside Shingle Creek, Precinct No. 2, Mon- ? at our store. your approval:
Misses and Eunice left Sat.
Madge ,
Kissimmee, fine east front, .good
+ ""*- -+-tfrnSj;/ir Lake Pork to spend a couple I buildings, bearing fruits, excellent day, January 7th, forenoon.

'r'_ of weeks with her mother, Mrs. i. "chicken, fruit and trucking land, Campbell January, 'Precinct 7th, afternoon.St. No.: .3, Monday, Queen Quality Shoe Florsheim Shoes
\ Robert Peterson.
splendid church and school advantages -
; Cloud, Precinct No.4, Tuesday, '
!'f' : The Fifth Episode of "The 'Fight: Nelson Realty Company. January 8th, forenoon. 'For, Womem For, Men R

'-" ing Trail," at the Casino Saturday: Mr. John D. Clark and Mr. Otis Narcoossee: Precinct No. 8, Tuesday "
night, shows the Torrent ""Rush- ; ,$5.00 to $10.00 $T 00 to $10.00 ',
h 4 George, prominent and; influential cit January 8th, afternoon. o i
*d: picture has plenty of action and .
thl izens of Kissimmee, motored to Orlando Deer Park, Precinct No, 5. Wednesday -
.;1: .in'thrills.j ,today and spent several hours January 9th, forenoon. Educator Shoes for"Children DOUGLASS 'SHOES, '

1 TT-. :Mr. and'Mrs. O. E. Smith have arrived greeting friends,and transacting business. Kenansville, Precinct No.- 6, Thurs

r-' from )PitUburg, Pa., and are i .-Morning Sentinel (Friday>). day, January 10th, afternoon.Lokossee ., $2.50 to$4.00, $3.50 to $8.50. '

tt, guests of Mr.-and Mrs.'Edpr.'Katz.J Mr and"Mrs.. Harjey) Story; were ,>recinct No.9,,. Friday, .
They, are Mrs.. Kate's parents', and '
coming totown' in their buggy Thurs January 11th, forenoon.
'Ii' will' spend some time' here. day afternoon and 'were struck by:a Mulberry Sink, Precinct No. ,10, Tuesday ->; ,:, Full line' of Lower'. Priced Shoe for. Men, Women, and ,Children. >* i

1;;" Miss Lenoro' Fortner came home 'car'driven by Nat'" Porter' ;;; The accident January 15th; afternoon. ;i iKissimmee. 1 i

t:. Friday to. spend Christmas with her "'occurred at 'ino' sharp bend at ,-, Precinct: No., 1, all 'f.< .

1 mother,. Mrs.. R. B. Savage, at..the'I' : the' junction W Brack-and Vine street. through March- , .r.'::{J Ii' H. C. Stanford Co. ",,.

: 'ManhattanAhotel.: 'She' will' return 1-0 ,Fortunately no one -was injured, WILLIAM I. BARBER, : :/. ." : .. ". \ ,. ,,. .; "
Jl.el". studies at Columbia' college .on though ,the ,t buggy. 'was'nearly'demol" ' -Tajf Assessor of i, I ,.f::" ., ; .. 'J'. :

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= 'wilt ,disease of the soil 'that must
a ,
Dining:R X>m' of .the' r --CRO NUMBER: 16 be met by rotation of el' pa. ii Catarrhal Cough i--- 1

Manhattan Hotel ca.aderat Okra ia ''attacked by practically all I

,G the> insects to be found in si divenslfled ,
Mr. W. S. Brown H F. D. No. 4.
r I !.' Now .Open This la the;16th of- al"' le. of..arti- with bluettone solution-.on* pound garden including flea beetle, red Box 82, RoceravlUa Tennessee.. Anyone

Mr.*. R.; B. Savage;.;,. OWMT nd Mgr. ties Covering the control v.tot the) yarl- bluestone to even gallons "water. spider, and aphis, and .la particularly: write: '' SafferkgWHli ,
l l susceptible to. damage by root knot. "1 feel' It my duty to reoommendParana
Qua Insect..sad -.r we may ... Drop also attack celery, cabbage, OaJows. to all auflorara of catarrh or CatairiiiaAnylorm 4 .
and beans. _g"1ft the year IX*. I took a
poet: on o.Y Florida cropa. I shall endeavor Thrice are by far the most com* severe ace of the la flrlppa. I then
Black Rot shows first aa small dark
to give directions; for avoiding moa trouble in th. Florfda ponton\ took a bad eopKh.\ I bad taken all 1

: trouble .. far .. possible, for raeotniilngr spota which 'are more likely: to benear field, though the condition U more kinds of cough r mdlaa tot sot DOrelief. IWiI :iTo
GRRSOJ FORJ1IER! the eeI.of the leaf These I then decided to Penina. 'I
try Advise them
it whet it appears, and for .UM generally called flight. Thrip infestation fire
spots spread until the.whole! plant is I used five bottles. After taking
6 best ,control. T&ea* articlea cannot first shows 'as tiny yellow bottles my cough stopped. and ay take
If there is the
7 coYer all'Individual need., a* I foyiU affected: slightest spota. As the punctures: become more catarrh was cured. Mr aroraM;

SELLSFire personal correspondence, whether indication: of this apotUng, planta plentiful the spots run together.. weight I : was 115 and BOW I welch: Peruna: \
should be destroyed at once and the 141 tt. Any one auffartn with catarrh -
from the backyard' garden or commercial location drenched with bluestone : Later these areas become: brown and. in any form I will advise tbem to. Those wh object to liquid medl.

1C3 Life Accident and planting.. aa given under Drop. Often solution the tips "silver" then brown and curl take Feruna" ehs ecanproour.Pawn.Tabl.taBy '

Lettuce. over, giving a "blighted" appearanceto .
; Health, Plate Glass, Liability when dry weather occurs the disease the patch. Spraying with black paid rarrants aa per list' Mt:
Drop: The first sign of Lettuce will be checked to etch an extent aa i control but tin of T
l leaf 401. an effective Proceedings ...... ...... .... Ill
and Boiler. Insurance Drop may be the wilting; of a leaf but seemingly to disappear from the field spray must be forced down betweenthe By balance

: the .whole plant soon becomes affected but it shows again with Vigor when F Warrants were examined and can*,
leaves and it generaly takesabout the School BoardFla.
.. follows
session :
celled In a.
: : Legal 'Bond Executed
and appears *s if scalded with hot rains commence after heading, three applications to clean qp Oeneral School Fund 17,198.14. Noa.
I l' moisture conserved in \ ES< (tO u. 185 "<7t9T, 681 (.. 101
Soon white growth enough being
water. f cottony well advanced' plants. It is betterto 601 .OT 6111..4,
: Same Day Needed. 601 002 66 1 04 (00
may be seen on under sides of leaves the plead to allow development Marketable watch this trouble from the seed i. Kl8 imme ., Dee. 3, 1917.' sll 611 Ill 114 61S <1. 811 "iHO'-. !.. "
regular fll The School Board met in
and the disease progresses!. blackbodies lettuce showing the lightest .
aa bed. Ml 4)11) Ml *14 (It 61 r a7' (40
: J called aclerotla varying in size infection will 'be a mass of soft rot session, there being present W.. C.> (41 .41 (41 (44 (45 646 (4T 448 (4> (..'
r OFFICE: State Bilk BaHdit Downy Mildew and Rust .are con- (51 (51 (51 (54 (fit (6( ((T 418 (6* 160
from a pin head to three-fourths' of before arriving at destination, hence trolled by Bordeaux mixture "containing Bass chairman; W. R.. Lanier and J.' ((1 (61 (61 ((4 ((( ((7 ((* (6. (70 (71 "J
of careful if II. Baisden; also C. E. Yowell super. (71 (71 (74 (78 (74 (77 678 CU,189 ill "
an inch are formed in the decayed the necessity packing' "sticker," Burn-all diseased tissue (81 (81 (14 686 488 (87 (88 689. ,. .
plant. These acleroHia; (are, the the trouble has shown in the field. illten Dt. 8 8 D No. 1 Fund. 171.>>8. ,NO229>
; practice 'crop rotation. Ml 114 Sit 111 U* tiS ta.
110 IU-'" -
; KODAK .FILMS means of can ying the disecse over Rosette is another soft.rot the Maggots are very common in the The minutes of the loot meeting ,.0.1 X41 111 144 1.6.1.'t7 >4. 24. r,

4 .. Developed lOc a Roll from season to sawn germs of which live \In the oil. It onion field. These are treated under were read and approved 160'H S D N I in the seed bed the shows (in the inner leaves breaking State Bank' of Kissimmee, county "' 314 ,
...' Prints, 2, 3 and 4e eachSoneUttnc If drop occurs "Cabbage" in Article XI! 368 H D No. \ 'Fund. 195.90 51toi. 3t6e t
new ot the pric a, tiny plants die, leaving a bare area. down, leaving theouter, leaves' $in a Onions are also-attacked by wire school depository, reported as fol.'' ,,165. 164 157. 159. *.r .
I I' 8 S 13 No. 4 Fund ".81. No. .I.".
bat what set for them. 'Do not set plants taken from near "rosette." Treatment is same, as .for worms lows i I Fund y
you and cut as well aa by a few ....... 8 B n No. I fl.OO. No ..t. -4
will the disease Drop and Black Rot. OrmtnlTo 8.1 I SliD No. ( Kund. II.". all
MFLIHS. that spot for they carry .. 1'0"
caterpillars, but are one of the, very bat on hand per laU r- and 1(1. -.... I
'P. O. Box 1319 Penaaeola Fla. to the field., Set, the plant. far Lettuce U' also attacked by aphis, few of our commercial garden crops 'To port amt._'recd..-..-' -from----!. -T---M Mur-----$ 5i8&.38 Bills were approved- and .warrmnt . .y 1 fl

enough apart ao lli ease, cannot trav leaf hoppers,' tarnished plant bugs! pracUcttuy .lln rmed: :.b .;root:.4qiiot/ .phy.' Irqntliur license. j f P'' 1.00 .Issued.. aa-followai o..ral. flrkeel ...... ; t '

"o 004400' .. --o .'c >o* elalongp4he\ _rows and'root'knot. as- well as' by several ,... -'_. ...,.... PE'a.:'.,, I'tI'l1litJ t att:' 'a \!.. To'u-1 amt amt r5dirergl.recd from: Brn':C E"--Aroiwi-issB.Towel. j .**1.00T ..!fw c ':T'-a",",'k salWbeaever H"PI.upt' -E.i::: .:.......t',1n..oOo, .....h."f'", ,........4

J .. ://o1' ,, ahouldlbedwaMhMcarefully ; cattrplllars'pArticul.rly.\'th.; \ g. "" powdery"" Mildew'.yp 'Is our worst die To1 recd from -. Cit. rlltB :J Jt1 B I: i 1.40.: .
M .TIL; E of Bank of Klaalmmw SOOO.eoTo : fl .:::::::::;:: I8.00:
forany sign 'drop. Any looper. ease of the pea. This was described amt reed from W W Clark 1L.OO John H Cadel aUy for board ._ 41.60
wilting plants. should be removed immediately e Okra To amt red from Ernest Amos 147.40 J'r..byterlan church, rent .ch" '..a:
: Heal Estate Agency.MN.N.N.a..aNM..a..aea. I under "Beans. To amt reed. from C L Randy 940.11 Brattos a Mules rent. .cb 1 ,_.w.On
: ..., and the place drenched Wilt: This is the same as cotton Peas are .badly affected by root To amt reed from C L Handy 11.00 Ales Haynes. rent. lOCh Z' __..:. _'...OQo + ........
To amt reed from C L Bandy 757.41 H Wood ai, Janitor .ch 1 __, iO.OO ,,
knot and are also most susceptible to To amt recd' from C L Bandy 193.86 Mrs .J It FlfI"art. Janitor .ch U_. 11.0. .
jb Realty bought and. sold., l 11.: A. CARSON. President: N. C. BRYAN. Secretary To amt reed from C .ii handy S.OO U..orfl". Chandler Jan .ch JON '.000
attacks of red and .
Houses rented. spider aphis.Peoner. MI.. Albina Smith cbn club alft .10.01"

'Taxe/ aid and Titles verified fI. a. 1*. N.. 1 Fmmi! 11_129.46 n Rh..a B'Woodall Pherlgo, work offlper. 11.00 16.00- ij.
..,>> h U err-
I I The Waters & Carson Southern Blight shows first by a To bal on na aa per last rept 7iH: i B Ai Evans sal s.h I _._ 260.00' .
"j" fm'Bon-residents.- ,. ./ To amt red from Ernest Amos MI.. Armenia Lf'Iltner' tchr soh .. '100.00'
!drt oping of the' leaf tips by day and To amt reed from C L Randy lll.djTo L 0 no..r.. tehr ach 1 .._..__' 1".0001I
Fire Life and Accident In.
recovery by night. In three or four amt reed from C L Randy :'8.'Z MIN Jnna Jlolh.m r..-.....--.... $,80.10
To amt reed from C L Bandy $T." .
Mt. Jessls"" J. Ulaekmo tohr..Ij..ilO' 1
c surance. days the plant becomes permanently Miss Elsie Skilton, tchr ...;.:...... 10.04)
'Indemnity Bond J Grocery CompanyWholesale wilted and ths leaves soon fall. The By paid warrants. a. per IKt m." lire..F C Bryan.. teacher, ..,.-.r;:, 70.o0MI.
Virgil Kent teacher'71.00:
....... .0000..00.. stem near the, ground will show By balanc.-------. .8. a. D.Ie.. :a a F..d......1059. Miss Jot I..Lola Cleo Wooldrldre Lawl.r, teacher.. teacb.r_",.: 7'.00 70.110'

shrunken, discolored areas. Spraying :To: bal on hd aa per lost rept Zt.ZS MI.. Florida Wilkes, teaoher.,.; 70.80..
4444040440. .O..too.c. with ammoniacal carbonate To amt red. from Ernest AmoaTo :.93 Mrs F C Mdwardateacher, ,__,... ""71.00. II
copper amt reed from C L Bandy 1.11 )'Ir. J W Trammel, teacher.. 0.00
and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES when the first symptom is seen and at To amt reed, front C L Bandy 1.11 JI,I.. Ceo.tla. Ov.r.treet. taachoa; '70.80.
To amt reed from C Li Bandy LU MI....lmui.e Thomason' t..ach.r. 78.(1) (. .
j i C.:W. GRIFFIN ' two week intervals, directing sprayto M.Mar. C Uryan. teaoher. ;r., 7aW ''t'10ft.
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stem 'and the soil around base and Lillian Dale, t..ach.r ..1:. TO.OO'.i
By paid warrants aa per list 48.77B1 Illse Ruth-Clark. teacher. ... '70.0f JI
1 where any part of the plant touches 1<11.. M..dora. Ru..II.. teacher. __ TG.OO'"
1 balance ... ... ......11J
Miss Lucy Witherspoon teacher 70.00 i
Staple and Fanc'T the ground, will check trouble, but': .. ,H. .iiN*. 8 F.B. l1.\ JoJlon Outce, tohr .ch 1 .,.._ .flO.O 1,
real control lies in crop) rotation. Do :To-bAI on hd. aa per, last rept J61tU Miss I'Jmma To..el"! teacher. _..' 80.0Or. 'it
To amt red from Ernest Amoa Mi. Nellie Mcguarrle.teacher
not plant tomatoes, eggplants! Irish To amt reed from C. I* Bandy ,I." MI.: : Effie Bus, teacher sch $.. Ug:: tMI.
t" GROCERIES"Vi"Fre To amt reed. from C I. Bandy 1.11' .. Ivan Nlswonger .ch I. ._ iO.O'1
i> J 3000000004 00400. 00000400040400. 1 potatoes, sweet potatoes, beans, cab- To amt reed from C fj Bandy ....U Mies Loltie Ullft. .chd .--.rya.: ,6..04) r i. ,
\, : bage, watermelons, figs or cotton. 3 E Williams.' .ch ___-..,,..,.. .i.OOo
$"4.1O Mss Elsie I..Uoq ach 6 ._..
tt Delivery! to all Parts 9 WE SELL: 0, 4 WE BUYrHIDES .. 4p' Leaf Spot (Rust): The spots are By paid warrants. aa pet Hat 11I.00. MIN Lelia. Cr..lghton. sch f -::..r_ iO.Oefr.
eIts 4 Rhoda Luca-.I I "_..
r of the City f f1 p' HAY . . 4 somewhat raised, light gray'in center To, balance1 ______ '....,. '.-'___..' STft.10 1<11.. Myra UodII', .eh mo.8 ..,_. .90.00..04)" r '
i I : with dark margin surrounded by a. s. n. !*.. 4 fmmi. MI.YBelll. Ie ..._ ".00 < N
To bal on hud aa per last rept *..11y Miss JOdna Schwelk.rt. salt J141.00
"-1 t '.. . .H>*. .. .*>>.....O.06. $ GRAIN 4I light area. Though it does not attack paid warrants aa per: Hat. 9.31 R ID Franklin. sch 11 ___-_..... 11.00 .
FURS MI.. R..I..La..oq sek 11 _,.. .0.00
t I the pod., the loss of leaves reducesthe By balance -..._j . None ,MI.. If _._ 41.10 I
4 W. B. Crawford t.e. Jarre' : FERTILIZERS ' d productive power of the plant resulting .. .. n.,.".>..di wua- r _
1 CRAWFORD a JARRELL : j WOOL'' 4 To bal on hd a. per paat rept I".i" CoftUlfued On Page 8e'fen.
S SHINGLES in loss i and inferior /fruit, To amt red from Erneat Amos ".15
AT10RNEY8AT.LAW014cul' 4 sometimes To amt reed. from .-C L Randy .It
t : 0 AND and the infection Is
V ( ao
To amt reed from C L Randy JO You Nead aenoral Toado;
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ORANGE BOXES bad to kill the To amt reed C Bandy -
1{ 61 6J.alld 7 Citizens a ALL O as plant. from. ;ti, .n' TakoOrovo *.

aDX lliidiall"' ,. ORANGE WRAPS Disinfect the seed and use new soil "0! The Old Standaid Grove4.'T'eetelgu&
Kiaaimmae Florid 0 COUNTRy for seed beds. Destroy diseased By paid'warranta aa per 'Hat :: chill Tonic is equally valuable aw a- t 1

VEGETABLE CRATES -. . . l' +,. : 0 leaves and plants as they: appear in Bybalanee'--------: ....:__ .__ .10820 General Tonic contains the1. "' 4
OR. W:, W. CARSON . . ("fw'" PRODUCE;4 the a. a.. |>. Nev a ....... weUbowatDDlcpropenleeoIQt1INJNB.' ,.' .
: " PENT1ST'j"! '(, / > CRATE NAILS 4" ''s'$1'r? ; ; 1 ta,/"",,10 so far as practicable. Spray To bal on hd aa per tut rent '10.36 and IRON. It acts on the Liver,Drivea,,' ; .' .' '_
J":1' : : .. ; '\', . ', ,'", '; \1'1'\\:\ \''' Il"t.y, .,": frequently: ,with Bordeaux mixture. To amt-recd from C L Bandy ... out Malaria, .El1rlcbee the Blood .:

..> 4Office over PIi11ey.!. : .Building lfet. Qglee' Hours S 1-41 | ; .
7 OWl. 'RieaaliSRealdence.Phoaa: -.IS. ? _' . . :: n .. ';':'f.1i; 1.".; ',;i.,1.'P f.:7' stroye the pepper pods.* This i. be- .
y 1 : jOas*Admlnlatered Teeth1 for.lIIateUoD 1r' We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. lieved to attack only broken tissue, . ';.'" ftT';

'.. ..-, Wi give special attention to fitting: out hunting and'camping partis, therefore the greatest factor in its

a *:. 1>, : Free delivery in city limits. '"Phone No. 12. controy is keeping the field free from

;-: KRIBBS''STEEDarras We are county agents for good fertilizers.: Ask us for circular and pricaartiUzera > insects. Destroy all diseased pods. '

.' dTTORNE118''ATLAw; . .' ( Peppers are also attacked by the :

r :jegah'business ;cot( all' kinds .gtv.r ... ,_ .. .. ..-- bacterial blight';' common to tomatoes, ,

.. prompt> attention.ttfniws I knot; and various caterpillars, ,
"11 sad IS State Bank Bid." .w..H.. -,ARNOLD. ALAN J. MAC DONOUGH but perhaps the greatest enemy of allis of Kissimmee ..
"r .' .K .slmmae.;riorjda. ; : I I. t
T < : ARNOLD & MacDQNQUGH aphis. ,
T < <; :tat :".__to. ..;. u I! 0rP;'tiafn4' : ', : >fot Contractor Engineer Architect' -.. The eyes of the world
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t't'a a7JOHNSo t,II GA 10 ; "CASCARETS"FOR 'l
, Ate, ':": ;( TORITEYNtT.,f:;AW'S r. . ,f LIVER AND BOWELS.

of ,;;, jFr l0, Ii atdt'12 CitWeu.e, +. a J. . .--- -. -' -, -- .. .. .. .. -- -_..-- Cure Sick Headache- Constipation, are on the who
tw; ; ..tI.BuUdllll1'.1It .
Blllousn..'; Sour Stomach, Bad :
4 sir [twtsm.i.. Fl." .. 't" i iSAV'ES'"V
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& ., ; Breath-Candy Cathartic.'
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.1. .. !'JS .2'.(' : 1' .No odds how bad your liver, atomic : ;

e. I-,'' .ATTQ 3Ngy+A't-,1.AN. . .t' : i : '\ or bowels; how, much your head

r ,. ::L' ''' ","" : : aches: how miserable you are from
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.. . .' constipation, indigestion, biliousnessand
sluggish bowels-you always get

:A.:THOMPSON 1 .With full realization of the disastrous influence of '. relief with Cascarets. They immedi.tely '. ,

:*; r OSTEOPATH. the war on all business rou tine, our buyers bare'put cleanse and regulate the stomach ,;, '\1

", forth unprecedented effort to secure the greatest advantages .,: remove the sour, fermenting food ( -

r ,;t iI' ..Yoweli-Duckworth 'Bldg. :Phone, 494 possible for our trade. and, foul gases; take the excess 'bile PAUSE for a moment,' young man,, : _. '.t ;

: 'rom.the.liver_and.carry-off t" on.
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;c tipated'' 'waste matter and poison glve.a thought to self. The

' ; : l full Stock--Right PricesWe I from the intestines and bowels. A 10- -"

1 3 .' W. THOMPSON? . .. 'cent: box from your druggist.will keep problems that confront you now, or l .f 1

t: Funeral Director have a complete line of fertilizers' and the,. .' your sweet, liver and head and bowels clear for clean: months.; stomach-They will a few years hence. 'i L': .;

greatest stock of fertilizer materials ever known in; '
the State of Florida. Prices are higher than in normal -' work while yeti sleep. Look about you-tie men of affairs .in country, slate, DatioD-- '

)' NDICENSED # times yes, .in the world, art the .men who started to save early .is life. \ .
but are .as low as consistent with existing .. I

'EMBALMER condition.' .,', They'have the respect and confidence.of the cOlDm1U fy. :, 'I, .t";

Sore Throat ? ..... ..:)
.. :. ; < Then-look on the. other side-at the fellows who spend all they : '"It'
L ..t{tore sand Chapel, Stewart Avs : Ideal Formulas ; make they have .. 1
B.Vt t. : This fifty year old remedy,; ,eases Sore : aaay a good time for a wkBe, bat what does their :
l Klaalmmee. Via, Throats and Branchial affections{ I personality reflect ..f.A

' soothes heals and gives quick relief. t .
J6RN Our formulas all have the same perfect proportioning Sold by all druggists dollar or-so deposited in this bank will be the ...
Vtf WHITE KY.. and blending of in gredienta that have made : er. nucleus of an honorable, independent: 'career. ."

KI. ., N..rfs.t their superior field value the past quarter century.. .' .Make your begin&uif now-today. Your ,bank r; : ,: .t fi
.BUberel ,
has not been sacrificed in the slightest degreo. book"will tL. 1
biwIn 1na4) full value pass Quality .-- pare -.a. ,. ,? ,.. : rCapital ;
Write for catalogue: and price list. '- .
FURS' "et'SeOVery' stock ...;..----.;;...._.._____ __.r ,__.. $100,000.00 00 '" ,'f"" 1 r t

", { t 11nb. ass Resources, over",_. ____._:..._____..______._ 406,060.00 ?:''r ."; 1: .
ft; fti stawt ala. Wilson & To.omer.FertilizerCo '::- \ '
i vff j- . :for Goutfhs e GoldsKccpyonr ,. Officers and Direttorstf . :. i l

Vhat.Is. LAX-FOS x Manufacturers IDEAL FERTILIZERS. ,: C. CARSON- ; President M. 'KATZ. and' E.. L. LESLEY I i
V-P. .. 1
Stomach and
Dealers In Spray.Machine 'and Insecticides., Liver Healthy . ,i
I'y -ryW40 AN WPROVEO CASCARA Jacksonville Florida ***?f-. A vigorous.: Stomach perfect working ROMA:THOMAS, Cashier, ,\\fl
Laxative. Cathartic ,: Liver and regular acting Bowels, U you \ ; V
Ha,, '; 'sndUverxonic. Contains Cascare Bark. : will use Dr. King's New Life, PUla N. a BRYAN' K. CARSON' M. K TZ, I
:." ..Flag Root. Rhnbarb-Root. BlacktayAppleRootBesnaLeaves Waters &, Carson Grocery,.Co.r;. Local Agents'' V;" They correct' Constipation-, have-. a C. A. CARSON, H. FLEMING K. L.,LESLEY" \, r 'j 'd. f,
and ,
-i 'f ). : tonic, effect on the eyrtem *liminata. j; WADE TUCKER. Dlrertons aL
*''" Combine strength with pala- "! .,' poisons through the. Bowels.'25c.: .. ,,;M: ;; I"" ..
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0 MARSHAL OVERSTfcEET l.bor"\4\ material ._.. If It1Si ear '
i --* 0: onderblt la the ether aad Branded
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. i Cloud Tribune sup sch }..r I'." n.
',, CROWS FlNE' CABBAGE II C Hartley sup sen 11 ...... IIS IHI .
W Prank Kenney repairs soh U 10.ISCaison 4, .pw alw.a. lnee-a.eopere.; : "
Ugh Calomel I 'Sickens Farm.r.ln.urasoe _k. St,I* '. Fla" .. Dee: 21, 1917. ee : !

'; ; Salivates! If anyone would like to'see a prona- W H Mana.s.R.n.....-...... lot. rmm sen .It ..... The board met as,per adjournment 1ud e41st r.:..rpar foe; .....,..,deed

: lame cabbage "patch" we recommendthat Mia Edna Scbwelkart lob .ch 11 14.05 of Dee. 3rd, there be nt w.Co. Dated Noy..'"" 10th' III?. ,
1 visit Marshal Over.treet'1 L L Jordan soh, 40 ..._.-._.. 100I'll smW 'W: B.! C.A
Please Try' Dodson's Liver Tone Co. sup. ads 11 .__._... 111 Bass, chairman; W. B and '.a case.clal Muter J. ('baacory1' '
eveo-acre- tract:, ,Just ad' the :cifly f, B ,Houserwoed cap ach 'U '.U J,'H. 'Baiadeti;, also C.: E.,Yowwll, su- ItRIBB8 BT-.:>, _

: / i limits in West Klisimmee.The t B Williams ss.. D.tchr N.sell a I F.d....... 10 00 lierintendent. Attorneys for Cotnplataaats ril-4t *, '

R K Pranklln..oh. II 1COO MASTS!*** ...... '
plants were set out her about Bills were 'approved and warrantsle.ued
J. anf "stjaceref, !My medicine 'does'not upset UTe Miss Bessie Lawson. sch ih10.00.
three weeks ago and are now making : Mrs ;H eels II ...-..... It.Ot as follows Notice Is 'fc.rebr B-IT.B 'that. andeirj

r sand bowels. po-"Ou'.1ose a' day'svrorlc.. : a fine showing. J Tully L Overstreet Ours trans, rsoordlna pupils sch deed C 10.00 R M Kvatis sal tehr sob I'......"50.00 and by entered rlrtua on of the a Una rtth decree day nt I.Noven Cnaacery -,'

school C ..._. 1.II Miss Almenta Loltner, sch 1 .-.. 100.00 her. A. D. HIT. In '' 4
t, When asked, how much ha anticipated + -- C. the case of Sarah &
A n Vance, blackboard sob i.11.60 O ROIr.r.i sob 1 _.__-,.?..... JI'.OOU. Bratton and H. N. Bratton, her '
. making from his crop he replied 8 H Fertle, supplies srh 11._:. 400W : ) .. son 1 ...... 10.00 complainants, va.. Laura CeUman, "..*'
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r H Phillips .ch SI ____ I.It Miss Elisabeth Trlbble. sob 1.. (0 00 ale C. and 42. A.
.up .t Roberta
"It is hard to predict at this Miss Jessls L Blackmon, Bell 1..; (0.00Ml "naY-n.; re-
Calomel loses You II. 8. Or. a Koad.M' n In the Circuit
a day sells for Court
a few
you druggist cents a large Co. .. Klsle Stilton. .......... TO.00
a r Maklnson acts .. 4... of the Seventh Judicial
7 s'
know what calomel .ia. It's -bottle time as the crop will not mature till sup Mrs V C Bryan .ch 1 ........ to.OOMiss Olroult of the
mer- of Dodson's LiTer Tone, whichis Canon Farmer Ins sen 7 ._.. 14.II State of riorldn. In ana for OM*.lf ..
.: It crashes into' sour bile, take and is a perfect substitute for good this year and should net a toerd and stated that for the past Mill:Miss Cleo Florida WO Wllkss.lelrl.ce.sob Uch 1 1...... TO TO..00 00 at public. sale at the door, of the, 'Court
House In
like dynamite, cramping; and aiclcening calomel. It i is guaranteed to start couple of hundred dollars 'per acre. two years.h, had furnished a building Mr. F C Kdwards, sob 1 ....... 70.00 highest and KUslmmeN best bidder for Florida Bash,. to during th>
A car of cabbage sold last week for Mrs J W sell 1 ...._- TO 00 the hours of legal sale
l, you. Calomel attacks the your liTer without stirring you up for the colored school at Ashton MI. Cecelia Orerstreet. lob 1..... TO.00 Tth day of January A. D.on 111.Monday"the

bones and should never be put into inside, and cannot salivate $2.00 per :tamper, which Wol ld'make and had received no rent for same. Miss MI. Louise Thomason Bryan, sch, sob 1 ..1...... TO 70.00.00Miss lowing described real estate, situate. the 1.1-In P

your ijttenu Don't take calomel I It makes you $4.00 a crate, and'a.. the season advances He stated that there wore some necessary Lillian Dais, sclil .....'.1. TO 00 the City and of State Klsslmme of Florida. County, described of Oseeola *
!Miss Ruth Clark sob i ._ .. TO.00 .. as
feel bilious the price usually advances al. w
",VHtep'you sluggish, tick the next day J it loses you a day'swork ; repairs to be made, and asked Mlas Medora Russell soh 1 ... TO.00Mian follows of towltiAll Lot Fire (6) of Block '"O""of-
'conittpated and all knocked out and sir As scarce as cabbage is this Lucy Wlthersoon sets I ,0.0.
Dodson's Liver Tone straight the board to allow him( a reasonable Robert Bass Addition to the City. of
Miss Eton Oulcs, sch I ....... (0 00Vis
'believe you nbed a dose of dangerous .ens you right Up and you feel great. year, the price seems certain to be rent for the building. The board Emma TowelL sob 1 ..._.. 10.00 .Klsslmmee>n Ale In the, aecnrdlnc office of the to plat Clerk thereof of the

II Calomel 'just remember that your Give it to the children as well. I good." agreed. to allow him ll.Og rent for Miss"'ls KITIe Nellie B.McQuarrle.... .ch 1 __/__...1...... 41 it..00 00 Circuit Ida. Court of Osoeola- County. FlorT, ..

G Mr. Overstreet to sell fiis Miss Sarah sch I ..... 48.00Mrs "
expects & and Miller Purchaser to
f last year's term 94.00, per month par tor masters deed
Rhoda 5 16.00Nia.
'lc \ crop to buyers here and deliver it Lucas Kit Dated this 6th day of December. XX
; for this year. iH-lla CrrUhton, sob T .... CO 00 .un. W. B. CI'tAWI'ORu.ICRfDM ,
Miss B (tle Pherlao. sch 10 .... 4800 i
F. O. B. Kissimmee. There is with-' Special Master In
The oard received Chancery
applications Mlu Lessle Hays. sch IS 4500
j l; Get thisFiwBook out doubt< In this whichshould Pearl Johnson sch SO -__....- 40.00Routila ,
immediate vicinity and ,the Citizens Bank of Kissimmee Tlmmons soh 10 .....+ 40.00 ORDER FORTlTBLICATIOI*.
be sufficient inducement for M A Johnson, sob SO .......... 40.00 .
before Seeds to become the depository of the school \V S Johnson son 20Wti) ,... 46.00
you' buy I I Ia It buyers to be on the spot next spring funds' the 1918. The board Itattle King sch SO .__..... 4O.OO Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, Clr-
for year cult Court of
Miss: Edna Calkins, ach' 11 .... 61.00R Osoeola County. In
: 'o pu ch.e.tM. crop. Heretofore unanimously designated the State A Rackard sob SI .......... 40.00 Chancery.. A. B .u.. Complainant ?.
growers have -been obliged to hip Cora Oauldln sch St __.__... 40.00 vs. Southern, Colonlsatlo! Co. Oefend-
.J Rank of Kissimmee the depository .
Miss Fannie Addlson seh .7. 4S 00 "
their' takechances the M&s Mattle sch 11 6000rTmrlotte It Is Ordered that on Monday, th. list :.
cropland: oa '" !
1 .r ? It "lirskveyoif-mohey'i : : andtroabr fort the--ensumg)'811'r; Sermons SS -- 40.00VIM day' of December. A. IX' Itlt. the defendant .
l!M Ltt.ab"ty tha.,fpndf 1l9RAr' ."is.tjrta.T .. sch.. 31*rrs. .Be"tbern..-. .lonlsst/nee..C aeyiiv/ ':w I Mpany
,.. I1. + "'Givca ;;::::A. tetluetv,7war'" AMftted1'thard : 4llllaaNrae ..h.'. ...*;j" 4 .00I. .
,, lA .: crtpinand'i' ( a corporation Is requested to # ',.
will likely be. more favorable .and Jordan sch 4O............ S6.00
full information on all seeds for .. , ,signed by two of the trusteesof Heuthern Pesk C Co., bal on this pear Court.It to the BUI of Complaint_ oa .ale.In
Our stocks they can sell at_ .me. Special 'Tax School District No.. 1 teachers'' desks '00 Is further this
fall planting. are corn o n Woodall atten------------ S6.00 ordered that order
'. hiking that teacher. be o H.Woodail;' janitor sch 1 .... 0.00 be published fey foureon.eeullyr weeks
rh1LPu plete assunnff prompt.shipment.. SNAP SHOTS FROM *> a appointed Trasta Nash 1st payment contract In the Klsslmmee Valley Oasette. a

j ux tor'the 7th grade of the St. Cloud sch t ..__..:..___....I.IO..n weekly newspsperpubllshed In Oaceela
= Martini HyTestfSouthern.Seeds THE EVERGLADES .. s. D. No.' 1 F.... County, Florida. ,?
school said grade had teacher
as no Witness my band and ...1 this, the
.. Miss Sarah Miller sch ....... 10.00 y.
t The Gazette is tint was'compelled to go to the dif Mla Kffle Bass sob 1 ........ .10.00 Id day o} December. 'aYERNTREET.A. D. It IT. '
: Valley pleated to J. U
Mrs Rhoda Lucas .eh S ...... 10.00
ferent rooms for their recitation*. Circuit j Clerk Circuit Court Osoeola
Miss Betty Pherliro ach 10 ....' 10.00
acknowledge receipt'of 'a souvenir ... -t Court County. , Florida.
at-- The board the N Bullard.. son 1* -.e- 16000
eeIeete4. unanimously granted
t tl ... of Shots from !_re. Laura Lea sob 16 ...-.--- 16.00 .f.L ( 4y ,41
.. I'\aD' issorDmsat gash copy "Snap ,the Everglades y
wgs1p.odabl. request. Miss Kate soh l' .... SO 00
.. .4Uaand fieU. Strawberry... vege.plaota written Mrs. ', "! I.rtl.. Fletcher.. soh II .. TO 00
by' ,Minnie Mr. R.-; .Ef Willis trustee of '' JlAnEJl'S .ALJII.
' table 'also aspecialty. Wrrto. Spe- .. I.. Katherlne Shadoan. sob It 70.00
7 Moore-Willson and del Tax School District No.' banded MI. Mary Florence sch It .... TO.00 ';
. today (or our new fall cataJoC.I printed by the 8. Miss Emma Tyson sob It ...... "7000 Notice Is hereby given that, tinder
Tribune Publishing Co. of Tampa. in his resignation and requestedthat MI. Lillian ids sch It ...,.... TO.OO and by In virtue the of of a anal O. decree In Chancery
I It .... TO.00 ease Torallnaon and
MI. Star Paisley ..'
,!!E. A. Martin Seed Co. These booklets will be sold for 25 his successor be appointed. Mr. Miss Fleda IV>ollttle. sob II .... TO.00Miss Bophronla, Tomllaaaa William Mllar, his wife.and Complainants Sadie
Lottie Doollttle. sob It .. 4600Mrs <<
cents sash the proceeds to 'go'to the G. C. Miller was unanimously select Mllar. his wife: MarisaWr Peckkarai
: 9 R Flsrerd. Janitor. sob It 1100H. {
.laduoola.FYord. war relief fund.PROCEEDINGS. ed to.fill the position .. D. ... *F.... Peninsular&, _a .corporation '"
f f ; Bar.
.. Mrs..J*.*IL Steffee sent in her resignation L MI.L, Jordan Edna sch Bchwerkart 40 -.____sob_____II_ to t.00 00 vain,. Mouse, a partnership; Butler Bre..
" >. S. D. N' .. a. VmmA F a corporation Cattarauaus Cutlery
: : THE and requested the superintndent ,
- ; I I B Williams, tchr sch 6 .. .__ 16 00Mn. Company Hall a -corporation; 'Hartln"L' .
I SCHOOL BOARD to secure another' teacher as J. R. Flgart, janitor of school McWherton Company' Hutton a corporation* Company, ,and a

.J'1., soon as possible. ,_ No. 18, asked that her salary be Increased corporation.' Defendant, pendlna. in.

HAS YOUR. BOY A BICYCLE? 1"- Page. I.) Mr.; N. 'B. Trask, of the firm of on account of the extra work toe Circuit Judicial, Court Circuit of et the the Stat.Seventh of

\ II,...... 41.tO Trask & Nash contractors for the Florida,. In and for .Oseoola County. In
t ......... 116-vO at (ho primary building. The board Chano..,.-the 'nd.rol..CHI' as Special
I::1. He I Mr. lara L.s, ocb It ...__...' ?S 00 Kenansville school building., appeared unanimously agreed to allow an' increase Master In Chancery will sell at publlo
Has? Miss Kate Capllns-erp.: sch It '.. TO 00 outcry, for cash In hand, to the
Mlas Mtrtle Fltch.r. ach II .. 10.00: before the Board and stated that of $6.00 per month. Mdder, at the front door of the Curt:

;, HIM k b safe I* say lie t8 attacked t. it at aabait Is te: kit! Mis Miss Katharin Mary Florence Shaodan.sch sch II .1....., to to.00 OO his company had been delayed in so- The Board authorized the chairmanand House ITIorlda.In ICtsslmmee.during: : ; the.County legal of hours Osc ota of-'

...... MI. Emma Tyson .ch II....... to.00 curing their bond from the surety the county superintendent to pur- sale on Monday, the 7th day of .Jan.. A
'r Mlas Lillian Ida. sch II......... to.00 .ry. A. D, U1L the.following doscrtaooV.
Hf ray .... sew Tires, a *.. Lassp S&dati..r PedaL Make Miss tSar Paisley, sob II _... tO..0 company, and asked the board to ac chase furniture for: the Kenaniville property to-wlt: .

ys.r bey er PI kappy for Ckristtaaa.;,, MI. Freda poollttle. .ach'lt .... to.00 cept a personal bond temporarily LOt numbered Twelve (IS) of Block
MI. Lottie Doollttle. ach It .,; SO.OO until and ''Lokosee schools. One Hundred and Sixty (110) of the
I I Ta. wiO toitl at ewr start |Jut tke.very tkiag tkcjr tidal Casts Mrs J H 8t.. (.... sch It __---.- 48.00 said surety: bond could be 'abtnincd. There being, no, further' business, Town of St. Cloud, according to the

''t t : U aad look .erer .... steck=4rs ,wartk wkfle.1RYAN Lfavetts Pearl Johnson.kl sch.. ech IAIN 20N68.00.___ 40.0: ."...The board agreed, to accept a the.board I adjourned untilnext the plat Clerk of said of Town the Circuit Aled la Court the-office In and of'

Sophia Tlmmson. sch 10 ....... 0.00 for said Osoeola County ',by the Bonl
bond condition
CYCLE COMPANY M A Johnson seh SO '.__.......' 40.OO personal;; on .that the regular meeting, January 7th 1918. vole Land and Investment COnt.....,..
W 8 Johnson. ach SO-W _.... 4'.0' bend from the surety company would Purchaser to pay for special masters
# r Hattie King,, sch 10 .........., 40 00 c deed '0. ,
105 BROADWAY Miss Edna Calkins. sch IS .... CO:00 "provided as soon as possible. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS Dated this Tth day of December, X
R A Rack..... .ch 1C 10 da"... SO.00 The county superintendent called D HIT. MILTON,PLEDGER.'CRIBBO .
Msllsss Robsrson sch SI 10 dye 20.00 Special Muter Ice Chancery. *.
Cora Oauldlns. sch St ........ 40.00 the attention of the board to'the fact :k 8TEEp P "
. Miss Fannie Addison .cb .17 .... 4COO BTOCKHOLDBRS' MBBTINU! Solicitor. for Complainants. ItVtt.: ,
Miss Mettle Tyson sch SI .... CO 00 that the Florida. Educational Asso- .'
Charlotte Sermon., sch St .... 40.00 The annual meetlnir of the stockholders SEALED! RIDS
ciation would meet at\ from
MI. Lillian Brack sch SS .... 41.00 Daytona of the Cltlsens Bank of KI. ;
' ; ; D.G.Wagner Insurance Agency L it Jordan, act 40 ___...__....' is 00 December' 26th to. 29th, and asked slmmee will be hold at the office of will bs"t to 1000 ..o'clock a. -
'Central Drug! Store sup ach 1.. I.40 said bank. In Klsslmmee, Florida, on m, Saturday January Itth Itlt, by the
Southern Desk Co., t.ach.r.* that-the board make an ,allowance to January tth Itlt at 10 o'clock A. M., Board of County Comllkloners Os-
desks, sch 1 ... .___.. IS It the teachers attending to. defray for the purpose Zed Flew Ctizesu Beak 1314., Pkeae Ne. 30.: Stout' Lumber Co.. lumber soh 11.14 help for the. ensuingyear, and transacting: draining, and siapproximately with aaThalt. ft L Bronson. drayage ach 1 1.00 theirexpenses.. It I was'_un ni- such other business as may. properlycome thlrty-seren miles. of 4roadway

t 'Tfee leading' General Insurance Agency In Osceola Co.WE I wrtiner-Sawjer books :sch Co.. sup ach .1. a.II mously agreed to allow all teachers lt before' said ROGER meeting DOpD" Cashier aunty, FloridaSpecifications nine .feet wide In'Osceola.
A. B Vance, attending $6.00each the same will bo furnished- upon
. I celpt books .i.-u; Cl.if NOTICE TO "CREDITORS application to J. L. Overstreet, Clerk of
:. hEPRESENT THE AETNA, HOME OF NEW YORK; 'HART Alex Haynes; wood schs 20-N St 6.78 paid when a certificate of membership rOt'RT' rOI1I'1TY"VDOIllo' the Board of County Commissioners of
FORD AND MANY. OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE I A B Thomas 'collector water.10.62 :In the assiclation Iff OF .: Oseeola County. Florida, at Klsslnimso,' 1
I Kiss Tel Co, office phone .___ 100 was' filed with the STATE OF FI.OHinA Florida. ,
COMPANIES t ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO., Kiss. Valley Oasette supplies county superintendent. COUNTY "'""!'-f.':'ctI. byE C proposal must be 1
sch 1. programs ___....__..... 41 78 re E...... of Esally O. T.t..... certified heck 'in ::0a.1:1
AND CAN.TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE, W J Frl p. plowing sch 1 .... 4 SO County Judge T. M.. Murphy filed To all Creditors. )....ate... Distributees 16.000.00 made payable to Ernest Mach,.
LIFE ACCIDENT AND HEALTH AUTOMOBILE TORNADO. W A C Qro Co. sup sch 1 .. :.18 and all persons having claims or demands Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners .
Dr W P Yocum inlcrotone sch 1 IS,{0 his,, report, showing (423.75 collected against said estate. ; and such proposal. must bo 'p
. BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive State Rank blackboard fftt .to It.SS for hunting,licenses: u. and each of you are hereby no- delivered or forwarded to J. L. Over-
W B Maklnson Co. sup sch 1.. 11.40 tln': and required to present any street. Clerk to the Board of County
Hopklas a.: fCempfer clearing I In compliasce with the state law, claim. and demands which you or either Commissioners, Klsslmmee, Florida.
Insurance lot sch 11 ---i -- -- is 7C the board ordered the schools of you,' may have against the estate The Board ressrves the right to reject -'
, Chas W Good------- ; h.i" _. ,:00 closed of Emily O. .. deceased late of any or, all bids. "
C-W Greene wood sch 20.W9.00 December 21st for the holidays, and Oscrola county Florida, to the under J. L. OVERBTREET,
, ,a ALSO' BONDS AND LIABILITY. Osceola Hdw Co., supplies .... 10.OT signed Administratrix of said Clerk to the Board of County Commissioners .
IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION J H Outlaw wood sch 1 -...... It.00 I opened January 7, 1918. within two years from the date h.reof.. of Osceola_ County Florida.514t .
., Cha. C Loyd, rent sch St ___. SO.00 There further business Dated. Dec. Ills A D 1017.ALFA .
AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION. Ernest Amo., auto license CO 2'Agent no T. MORRISON.'tl '
.-_____... ..__-____.__ S.00 i the board adjourned to meet''Decem- Administratrix. SEALED! .IDS -
' ...... .... . .. . ..... ... .. . .. ..... .. . .... .. . Lu ddeIlowardrra; :er, carburetor.. IS Os I up '
J sch 1 ........ SSOt will be'received' 'OOS o'eloek"a.m. .
l Curtis Yates pr'-.. corn plr C 1C."0 I ADMINIIITR"'TO IVOTI'R TO ., Saturday by the i
\ .. Miss Elisabeth Tribble trh sch 1 IO 00. SELL REAL E8TATBIV ,! Board of County Commissioners .f 0..
\ ft. H. D.. No. 1 Fmmii rrola County Florida, for. an lasne of
' Ml. EfTle aB... tchr ach S .__. 111.00 Fresh Fish COURT Of COUNTY ..l1DO..IIT..TIC tS7t, oooo of t per cent Special Road
Miss Elsie Batton sch I ...... 1000 OK FLORIDA. OSCROUA! COUNTY and Bridge District Bonds. '
rStout Mr. Rhoda Lucas, sch -.-_--_.. 10.00 Is> re Betato of George B. T.t ..., do- AH Information relative to such bonds c
il Lumber Co. Mis Myra Hodges sch t 3 iios. *8 00 (DRESSED) ...-. may bo obtained'' upon application to
Mira. Bfllie Pherlgo. sch '.0 ... UtiO Notice I. hereby given. to all whom It John I* Overstreet. Clerk to the Board '
MIssxKste 'sch' It 1-KlO concern, that Alma T., Morrison, of County Commissioners of ao.olaAn
:t Fetcher
J! _
Miss Mertle sch It _- 1000 aa Administratrix of the estate ofneorae County Florida..
I J DEALERS IN Mis Katherine Shado.n. sch It 1000 SHELL B. Tatman.' deceased will on bids must be accompanied nr a, K
Miss May Florence sch I...., lo.00 the 20th<< day of January A. D. Itlt ap certified. check In the sum of t5.OtO.9O, _
l> Miss Lillian -Ide. sch It ._.... 10.00 -DeIi.err In City.- mads payable to Ernest Mach, Chairman '
Yellow Pine and Cypress Lumbers Novelty Mb Emma Tyson sch It ...... 10.00 of the Board of County Commls'sloners
Miss Star Paisley sch 18 .... 10.OO Potdel' ATS. Opp.. Graytton County his .lnlfk! In theCounty' and such bid must be delivered )
."r Works Connection. Miss Fleda Doollttle sch 11.. 10.00 : Volusla. a. m, -.r forwarded to John Lv Overstreet.
; .t: Miss Lottie Doollttle. sch 11... 5.00 PHONE': 313 or as soon therafter as the matter can Clerk to the Board of County Commis.
J W Bane, attendance officer I be heard' for authority to sell, at publloor sioners. Klsalmmee. Florida. 1 J
'I .\...,..- It b our pleatmre to five you estimates at all tines.Couleou private sale, the following described .. The Board reserves. the.rlsht'to re
rest estate In said County, to-wlti I : ject any or all bids. '
."t' f- Attention and Delivery. Simon Martin Lot four (4) In Section. one (1) and JOHN L. OVERSTREET. .

-. __..- r. ' MUSTANGII Lot-two1>-of feet Ion two-(1)'and NVfrof CIr:-to-the Board of
,Phone. 21 Kissimme,. FI'. l-St pd Lots three (I) and tour (4) Section of Osceola County yrird.c i
\ two (1) and BV4 of 8BU ot Section two 11o1tNOTICIII

I ?:: ., .. . tI. ..... . ...... .otOOO 000000000 0.0000' 000000.00. Routh.(II all Range In township twenty-nine Twenty-nine(.e) Ea..t.I. (S$. ). OK KXKCVTOH FOR FINAL

I ', - ----, II Sprains Lameness,' ... SWtt. of 8K44 of Section two (2) DISCHARGED
f : ; "
'S* Township Twent -nine (Ie) South of
I I ';* r" Sores, Cuts, Rheumatism Range Twenty-nine (St) East In the ......-'.
; Card County of Polk, State of Florida. tm Coaatr Court. Oaeeola Casa
.c v. -- Penetrates and Heal Drop: Us a: Which application wllh be based Upon ty. State of Florida.

! } 1 Fast Tourist Trains Stops Pain At Once In the said petition Court.for such sale now. on file I. roo Estate of Msrgsre4 E. K_. _

: r ', I THrough For Man and Beast FpR PRICES ON Dated Dec. 8th ALMA, A. n T. MORRISON.117. .erler. '

''" 25c.50c.l. At All DeaW gj.St Administratrix. Notice Is ; to all'whom
Sweeping Compound It may concern that on the 14th day of
Ilt'f'; .: MASTER'S BALK. Itfay A. D. Kit. we will apply to the
lion T. M Murphy. Judge of said Court
To the East To the West"COAST' -
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LINIMENT Notice Is hereby given that under and Judge of Probate for our final discharge
aa. Executors of the estate ofMargaret
anal decree In Chancery
virtue of
by a
FLORIDA MAIL"" "SEMINOLE Disinfectant entered on the SOth day of August A. !>. E. Kochenderfer, decessed.and .
LINE 'The Gore Eo.I 1917 In the ease of Bulah Carr and that our final at the accounts same time ss Executors we will present of-

t LIMITED" "THE SOUTHLAND""' I George B Charles Carr' her Donexan husband and complainants AdaleneF. said estate and ask for their royal
vs 1117.
ORLANDO 'FLA. <<.tf ,fohnston Dated November Sth. A. U
respondents n
"RA V ANA. LIMITED" "OKIE,FL YER" Ask Your Grocer the Circuit Court of the Seventh 1udl- CLARA W. M. HUTSON.M. HUT8ON.
'. I cial Circuit of the State of .Iorld. In Executors..

f C '. :SL LouiJck: onville Express. j, ,* and the undersigned for: Osceola. County as Special( I In Master Chancery InChancery 'W.Attorney B. CRAWFORD for Executors. lmADMINISTRATOR'S .'.m.,

.. .' .... '.1/ '' will sell at public sale at the .
", Rheumatic\ Aches door of the Court House In Klsslmme.
Florida, to the hlxheet and best bidder NOTICE'

.I : Steel Sleeping Can 'between Tampa. aad Wiuh'iatto.; Jacksonville CHEEMEALSCOFFEES Drive them, out with Sloan' nn for Monday cash, during, the 7th the day hours of of sale A. tm Ce.rt of\ Judge State, of,

Liniment, the quick-acting sooth D. 118; the following: described rral Florida
aid Chicago SL Louis, ,Cudaaati, Louisville aid bag liniment that penetrates with and personal property, now situate In
t out rubbing and relieves the pain. the County; of Osceola and State of !. re Estate of Ueora-e ...' Tat. _..

/ '. hdianapoEs.Observation ., Always have a bottle in. the bouse Florida The northwest to-wit: quarter of the south' Oseeola; Cooa l for the aches and pains of rheumytlangoutlumb.go east quarter and the southwest quarter N. tl... 1' hen-hv alren to all whom
Cars Diniag Cars of the northeast It may concern that on the SOth day of
; ,stnln..pfala., Section In Tdlrtre(20) ApriL A. D. 111$. I shall apply to the
, ; stiff joints and all muscle soreness. Five ( InSouth.. rtang-e, Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judas of said
.. ** Best Test .: c.reed IoauIaa. 2Ic,100.,'/..00.floan Court Judge. of Probate, for rar
/, By Every Kastr Lot Two' (1), and beginning at as A
;t. the northeast corner of Lot Three (I), final discharge Administratrix o<
: run south".10'4 chains, west 4.7. the estate of George B. Tatman, deceased .
U.J ; :Atlaittic 'Coast: Line -.,..-". : chains, north SS.SOU chains and east : and'that at the same .tlmo M

1 _To Curt a Col4 tm One>'DsT_ : 4.7*Section chains Eleven to said township. beingto counts.aa....AdmaUstratrtx to said Court IftT''anal said

"*""' '*" Railroad the .Take tAXATITK fROYOpu ..... n stops the Linitneni tale. and ask for their a.ppro".....
,Standard of Soitt t Co. fc .... Hes4scke .... works oCtbeCaMLOrasBiMs : nAlsonfhat certain stock of cattle estimated .Dated ALMA. D. U17.
..J ,Ira ' rerasd. ssooer. U, tt fails to ems. '" I'1' at 100 bpd. marked crop-split MORRI
......t. .. OfO It. W, aov.ra ata sMwe oa,eaea boa.-'Se*., underblt In- one ear.. over-slops. crop 41-' mos AelllllIaJ
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.- and, th*.:;Varied Industries building STEEN LITTLE"; .THRIFT:STAMPS I t
; with 12,000':equarofegt.; The:Admit*. -' .. :
F ", 1 Utration bupding' 'Is being'\greeted f '" ... ,. :
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Bought ; 'thrl.ft.
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a" little : .
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.. : and the three 1 large live / ,
} 'Pasted a"card ,
... ...;, ,will ready for the painterby ""There goes on :.' j.< .
a quarterAnd r
r':"'E.. January 15.. The .Idew. lks ,a'l'e also :.: .
J E.-'Welly ., qurtersc6me h.rd.- all
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: being: 'laid and the managementeexrecta ; "Here's swishing our' friends: ,

'to'11" .f the Valley Gazette'/o 'send item to have them all completed b'y 1> Qne.I little thrift, Stamp, _,', :..(. *
"f January 15, and the. grounds ready forthe "Lookin lonely, blue; J ,

." :, ..".... ,.. i.IJ, Events to,'the.,Editor for", .pub6eatfo', . ... ,these. col ..{ '. a.n .cape', artist who vrill'dmmedihtely Bought one for comp'ny, ; .' ,' d'customers'' aChristinas .';/. ;
go to work beautifying'' them Then' therq 'Were two., .% "
'.."'0 i I '19 I'' " lOIOIOIOto'l lOt In', time for' the fair.. The street' carline I Two ,little thrift stamps, :_ 'Pi',; l'1.rJ: ' and a HappyNew i

vK 1h ,, .,4. <.,,d 000044400004.. ... 7l..Sumnerse, Roy Carr,,,Gerald Riv.ers'Kenneth is now within .9n. block of the j 'C uldn't "seem to, 'gree ,". '. ...... "* o'
? r '4 McPherson, Roscoe: i Rob f.alr' grounds, and ft' ,.}arge' .forc b(1. Got ;'Another!' ( to twitch 'em, '." I' . Year.; "

; ,,?> ... i:: $. tGHfVYL: ; RED ,CROSS' ,0 erson, and Dave' Bl''fLlof Jackson wen, are ing'cross" ties. ;and. "rails.' : Then there 'ere three.: .. ", .*. -" ; : .( ... ,

; 1orrEA; .. ville. ,. CITY' GIVES I 'little thrift ,,,: if- *I! ."
'000 .. THE Three stamps'How'll ; ,,. < .
..'d. .';'1/ ':.. . . . ... UNWEARIEDLYThe i I I. etmoreT' ,"w'F .I'r .. .- .. .. 'z'
1 ..., 1'.. )O':" 4,400AOQ04, + + <<0+.+' 0.' .. .. .o00 +.. .. 490+40'x'0044' + Walled! 'stead, of riding,:'' :"+: : ; '. >'" \, .' ,

e :-" ', >''f'eri 'delightful.\ Bed cit < .RED. CROSS'TEA ':TOMORROW. 4 : new liberality which has JomeInto : We"n'sday"had four, :; Store fitDollar"Liirzit
j ', wai .er 'at attractive' Hamilton '' -. .. .
the h': such wonderful, practice in the v
'.',Ir Y:. ''La ;;.Shore. addition. on ... world: has nowhere bean more :'magnificently Four; little thrift stamps ' ", "' y r' 1/..:...
bvndayi ln''a ,
All .
C. W. Co.
wlth'Miue.1.aWl row-:" S1". ., Rnons .
... afternoon, exemplified than in Mont I .
\ Mrs.L. II. Ingram and Mrs. A. W.Bailey .' ". /" .. -
"; "apd.' Kathtften' Hamilton'' and will give a Red Cross tea at ,real... Montreal ie a -city: f' three- Started'How me make to thinkin''em 1' ', ,:. .. ., .II< .' .::.: .: .......;
tl:':: ,their: < aunt, Mrs., Leask/' hostesses. the home of the latter Sataurday afternoon quarters of a million people; but;only to grow.' :,'I';. -" :: ' ,
I ;' ,:Mn;' toy Chalker poured tea: at 3:30: o'clock. Everyone la one-third of -that number'.re' English Cut one ,cigar a day; '." . .
1 :'.' .1 .The busyknittjng-needles) fashion- cordially invited to be present at this speaking. *, and on that.'third:--as'' conditions Miss If niuchT, Nix. '. .. .":.' ', .. ..

,t:.n' 'fed warm'garments for,our soldier as'the"guests tea. '. : run in Quebec-unselfish p'hil" 'Long "boct Thursday < ,' . : ''r

.. ; chatted and, enJoyed'the. anthropiea must chiefly depend, And : Count was six, .
..a. .. 'afternoon, < "O..tOO" """..O-+ 9400 though in general well-to-do Mont- )[lad an old razor'" "' ,. ., : ; L._ '

1'1.: "f<' ?I1ef :!,ririrw.i made to the 000 real cannot be called an extraordinarily ":,.Lyin on .a shelf; . '. --
ct; ; ;R d'Cross', fond' amounting\ to $10.90. MISS wealthy city. But certainly ,it. Is Put it In condition,, :*
Fs f':",,' including; fares from auto jitneys run ,.0001 .ENTERTAINS. :* wealthy in generous! "couls. In the last 'Can to shave .' '" f.M Frien A
iJfor'' 'the" 'occasion: '' by Mr.. Harry : 4. .. . five years the city has,carried throughan I (Hope ,All % s and< ,,P .
<, ,:Meetch and 'Bazil Hamilton and"fanyk ':' "O"OOO. ".OO.OO..t t..O O. astonishing'succession of financial 'my old shoes mended,, "

: ;*y(article*: were'sold-for-the! Serbian 'Thej's-Fulocheo) Camp; Fjre) .Girl..held. campaigns'for objects religion', ''and 'Stead! ct..buyin""nevt, ...... ,I '' u' :-1- r-.I' v i I \
Jlef-funeU .,, o.. . .. .A, aremoniaymeeting.Bt..1.h ."'withra"tlleranaxkaW, i ; .. rAY avJ""flh"j ; lh'f.lrd, "* r'- roril < /T ;. *'$ .
; <:: 'J- "w..J.'iI..t-j\w.. :' : \ : \ : .tWr. ? : ; + -, Bc '5 ; r.* '"'' (:" ,'1F :"x4R+:'.'n r 'WIt iiWBa>*KBaa ; ,. '' 9 1 PP.J.ojlg I ' "t.i
; Those1' Invited for this event, were: Lois' 'Overstreet: Tuesday morning: of having ,exceeded) every case the Started numuer .,:wo.' A4 ,

'be., M. Kate Mr*. W.; 3.;. '8.. .Carr;;' which..wcs attended by :"Misses. Mary total set ,beforehand as the. utmost Last winter's. ;'overco.t' t : :

''Mra. 'E.: '0./ Vans' Agnew Mrs.. Eo, b.y Singletary, Gladys Griffin Lillian limit of all' that its- citizens- could. be Looks -mighty fine;' :,, : Merry ': i'is.tin"ti I ;

Uvermore; Mn. Howard Katz; Mrs. Harris, ,Dorothy Weils,.'Muriel, Pren"Us expected to give., Cleared, 'pressed ,, and_ mended, '.
.Henry:Aultman, Miss Elisabeth Ault- Jeanette Prevatt and their. guardian The series of such endeavors began ('Thrift stamps nine.) : and that .N.uI'Y.QrlDlIaiJ PPYartdPfpip'erow"one'; :.
., \... Oman': ,M.'Edg' Katz, Mrs.. J.' ,M: Airs.' CII. Summers'and'Chris-. with ,i. canvassfor'' a new* Young .. .. ., ... ,

.. ,... .'Win.on.' .J r:., Mrs, Gay Livingston, tie Summers. Men's Christian Association building. Stay at home ', now'Stead'of'playiri'fool -f .. . .,
'/'..1 ,r,: V\ lr x.M. 'Alexander, ,' Miss Mildred The meeting began 'w'ith. the candle The (Objective.. was $300,000; the 'outcome ;\ :. 0 . e 'f... . s Etc

l n', .Tur'vWe' \ : "Mrs,. Harry Meetch- .MiesY fighting; ,,'ceremony. Jeanette Prevattwas was $321,000,, Then .almost' immediately Watch where the pennies go,.,,. ? "I -taketjiitv'method. 'of .eitendiog'mj i t al1fo: ( "' the

'. . ,:.:'ilBefrtty! ; .Mrs., H. C. Stanford, ,., Miss taken into] ther ,:membership! the supporters of the association .i,Live more by'rule.'f: ) accorded
.! .' '. i."", 'Bthel, Kirkby. Mrs. B. B Simpson the lodgar and Dorothy!* Wells and were asked to" give$40,000 for One tampl\Tea; "tore, Jiberal;! ,patronage'V ich'ha* been : :. "merJ5cl. hope--

t ., ;1' y '; |;Mrs4J: ,: ,K. Singletary,,* Mrs., W. H. 'Gladys. Griffin 'received. 'their first. de a,' foreign missionary building. for ,.Grpcer gaVe'me two, "< to continue to.rnerjLyour rood.. will'and approval._ ) .{ ,ly

?' '- Boise! Miss Frances Bay. .Mrs.' Clay gree.Mrs. young men in Canton, China!: ; theyre' .Even dozen'"Thrifties1,**. 'll, ''*.", r"t'' >' J'. : *

r , :Johnson Mrs. Nichols; Mrs.! Sister .- Summers was presented witha sponded with $43.000. 'McGill University ',Week ,"not through: .a:5, ..'.. 1 '- '
'i tX 4 'Reed ..Misses Bryant'and.:' Inca 'buffalo- robe with the ,, the city's local 'lb'' "i ** '.: / '" ,, rat'
; i *; p, ,. Anne decoratd. pride high- Boug t' me' a ,business suit;' *1 : ....v '.,;,;" ,. 4' .r_ 'L .
," .'. i A1'IIOn.Mr, C, .C.+ Evers'.Mr. "andMr torch -and' flame ,and. .stenciled with grade education,. needed .an .endow .y '" 't' ... '' "
"'&!J! ." .. 'B'd the of member. This of $1,000,000 after V. Had toA keep front: : .....IClothier'epremiuinfour ; t..iifA' '' ioo1..
:tf',,> !" Potter, Mrs. .. .Mrs; i symbol every ment $ : } big drive l : stamps, o' ..J .. 's' 'lr 8' 'C''R''T" ,
..,+ t: >1& *..,Carsollrl1 -! :, ._ , was Inremembrance her recent the fund was',closed with ,an-..ggr "Pulled\ ''off the atunL" *. "/ .. .;, :
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birthday., 'guardian's. pin was,presented gate 'of! $1,676,000. 'The: ]Protestants 7
i .. <1 3: 'J: > .:.. .. to.,..,!. 040 .ot. 'oo as a' Christmas present., of the city- from observations in, this i Twelve een'ts.'from-nowhere. .. .. --, .".! .. .'-

I ,,1.. Vs : OSAANCE, AT COUNTRY 1 CLUB. v The' hostess 'served buttered pop- campaign determined that it' 'would i Thrift card filled; P.

a't .y' .. "' 1 ,1\ : 0 corn'at'the.close.;'o>f, tare| "meeting..44a44494o'44aa44'4. .' be good ,sense "to. consolidate, into'one Bought me a,WarStsmpf j > >

: "' ,it ;, ;.,...oo..ohuuouoo.ou.. the'four theotoglcal schools affiliated Gosh! how I thrilled. Penney na society that 81'9r- FARMER'S WIFE N AR KISS1M

t'" 1< .).,. -i i'A''A, nu ber' of the younger set mo- ... ; .; with McGill\ ; To put this through succes'sfully ev thought. I'd do it, ' ganized last season.FOOD .... MEE FINDS ASTONISHING .
ti r-j-' tr:t;; :::;tored.. ut. to .the' country club after required; of a'mtllion Just wheeze f I RELIEF v

wy ...'q1e-Chrietma.tree\ : : exercises :Tues- g.; 'HOOVERIZED'TAFFY') :' <* ! for, building: and,anotherjuarter'ot Saved a a V merry in week- '' "',''* ,CONSERVATION: NOW'WELL. ,
: .j.:!td.t'.V nl g'1or.delightfu1/Victrol.a: ... rULI.fNGI, / 4 < a milHon endowment. The one UNDER. CONTROLContinued '"Forten long, yearsI had, suf, ?

., '' .(,,r"-'nc" :. .....1.,0:, ; I end, if the eanvilepshowed'aubscrip'tione : ,Just as..' e-a-s-yl. '- feted 'with my stomach. 'Ijtfled everyr'sf .

:l ; .... ?. i"; '" At the. .''t ..e.of. the program:refreshments 0 4440404400,44000; for. $630,000/ Steen little"Thrift- Stamps. ( from Page One)) thing without relief, but""af.eri) ,,nd,

,1 it .': 1.4. .of ....ndwlcbe.s"cake..and ) .I I* Just! then! !r he' was came";on, an'd.jt Every week- 'or'two; / license. If they are caught hoarding, dose pf Mayr'sf. Wonderful ,Re '
. 7a. .. I.'s'". .$ 'punchwere.Tierved... . The C. Ei; Society 7f'theGhrlstianchurch was 'evtdent.that tlMontreal( General Buy mea Liberty Bomj a forfeiture of their license puts themOut I kneW" I''li obtahled1 'wh
't :1. 'thi ', event were I has.,long,desired to enjoy the : be."under 'Fore the year'e"'throllgh business fb thwiih., heenjboking for and 1 -toolc, '
;.: : ; : . ,Th.os :eijjoy) nfc Hospital"'would ,'extra \ ; of Public !fnf; -
'..:" 1' 'Mlssesi+ Margaret' and ..Wattle' Stan; pleasures,:of. a taffy 'p lling, b t..has burden. Citizens StarVed-iV. fornish . . _. -R. N. R.'t ''opin1,:keep's\ ,the'smal I ; talleqirfinline i cotirse of. treatment.: It. is got g osi ;d

< 'for'd,,,$o'ma, Griffin, .FKan: e :Tuck'er, refrained 1 through a wish toco'ngervq"sugar the institution $150.000'more of work: ....... '. ;wherft} triottsni,4o.i sntdo. If, "4 years,jjpV and, I 'liay' 'nev.r "
a Carolyn Fripp Violet, Bullock\ Lois : as Food ,Administrator Hoover' log; capital; ;: they obtained ';$h76jiOO.(> : N:S;, \IEET1biQ'! .c> 'J}he ''Tvorld'i: 'f4d'sltdatlx ri i'I!; had. an;( Paine or- bloating, sided.' y<. '

I : Johnson; Messrs' Franks" ,and'' Edgar haereq! ested: Th, \, '. clety'' has. soly, There followed from All over' Canada .'Nex?Tunday""' afternoon I ra tt/Ui;)iree but'tn four '".tfghting;.the Unit{ Ite"a> eiatple''harmless'' pre antioa'jt,'; .

'.j;;:w Bryan' Bert;?, Well 4 Ned'\and. Dick ed( the problem: of.being,patriotic. andentertained' a;popular;.demand that better 'provi* clock at tn (.Methodist S S.1 rooms; ed' iStaUs ':'cod Administration\ t has that, removes :&&&&***&? &'.

,>, '',.....J, t"Buttock,;"Roy ':Carr}.William ''.Arnold, .'. at ;;jtheJ! vamp !time';;.hnd sion'than' the government was making w illebe'led'! l rbyaltevMfhioom': ? :t AlI io$ ,Jt pretty .well'under, control l. "";,, -q{i iThs.Qulnlm'Tlut.Ooei iron the ntstiW>s 1( ra'ffie 'k y;

; v/v.f, "Bed Eatey'and Sheldon' Johnson::.; Mrs.VjM. will }hold/theirteoclaljeveningi.t'thehome should#0:b o\! furnished! [jn.., aid ,of. wives rnenrid boys.- cordially! .! .. lnvlted. Jhnajpn4onr' *2 S&caltv'dt
r : : S.jlMayl:; 'and'MisstMarki: )Jluddle-' r'ofiMrs:, .: 'J r, ii.Harits Fridny and cblldren''' left behind' by sWdlers '." ft'- v -- iIIt. f.i>. Not NI.ct'ffii1Mid;: stomaf.)lff{ .1 rid s

x ''atoh :chaperoned'" the.,yobng'people., but will make heir "sweets" .of 'syrup going.. to Europe. This .was mef by 'JQIIN'S. 'EPISCOPAL.:CHURCH TIVK Beeau.eofitetpnIc BROMO QUINIDIBi and lathe.better th eeect14Xa.. otOnlnia .a.y:.. 'A.aiiV- ( ?\ ', ).! ,*, pehdl'y '

_' only. the organization of a "patriotic fund"to Minister in 'L,' lad doe Dot CUM nervonoien art, + wiilonv pce' (nv8e'
4 . ; Charge HvKIrkbj! % noeioe/ahead.' Remember bill naf-maa
.e.. .:. . 000 x. 40.0,404'4. l :yhich'"Montreal .Was asked i11 and' took lot th.-IKWUT. ot.B, W. ROPE 3Qot lti.Ilobenontlzvlggtetr tl,' ip
.to/contribute a. m'7Mormnf prayer. sermon
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l $1,500,000; It ''answered with byEight Rev. "Bishop', <>f Southern ... '
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1':, v el + *< MISS; >ADAH ''LOUISE .SIMPSON '--)< ..., PRACTICALLY- COMPLETED. $2.500OQO. Next the Canadian Young Florida.: : 'l '-;,. ""',, r. / \ -,. ; 'tt"I ,';'" vl
HOSTESS'O Men's! Christian Association-' wanted '7:30 m.Evening'. And
4' ' ,0 ''Jacksonville) Dec, 7"f; {Special); p. prayer'' :
$250,000 for; army work 1
; 'ovllrs aB. sermon. Subject: "Th tfazareth Mistmal jSmePiii
Five* of Has : ifionC ,
000444040040,4.0000 .the ten' big;'buildings at the Montreal promised ,$60,000 toward the Home4trangera'are; ," ", $
'7 Miss Adah, ,Louise, Simpson' waea! ; :Florida StatFair. : and Exposition, a"mount.). It'actually:; raised $96X>00.:' .cordiality"welcoipec> 4. : :
'' :
--charming hostess, entertaining at her which'will'be'' 'held in Jacksonville .
Then was .
asked .
more for the fy iota
>at .. .. 'w r
y1 ,borne Wednesday e1venir a::with an informal from'' February' 26 toMafch? 9,' 1918, Jc. fund*' .Montreal .8ald't) would do -- -, : ;Many\ beard have been. made ,happy and;: many have been made .

p ,, : "party. The guests'danced to inclusive. ; are ; now v practically completed as: well!. as beforeZ, it. 'b tteredl; Its tit, $100.000.oking'atoking'at: . r. tad., If,all had,been; 'ade'Lappi r.- c'ertaialy:>w uld have heen'(&' a: '- ,
.4 ,yictrola music oz: enjoyed"a military ..ccordin ':to',J., : report:made: ; 'Lo; such a recarddqes 'any ( .,
; pledge 'nearly twlce-44.S74.doo., wThp\. aft .But there !is" oneplacepu'.can/ ; .:go'andget: ; : your spirits! revived, rind '4 )i
: eityor in Amerca.darereayt'We
''i gueesing'con,, 4st as beat suited theirInclln.tiCDi' t0'President W.F.; : Coachman}; Vice Vpung .Men'. Christian Association town' ; ; :
1 Refre.hments'f: have donaalf l ;| wec.n"t.Mont'" that place!* the .* -. **.,. ff
FY ; fruit president p.- 'Up.hurch, ,Treasurer: too'came'again," was' assured ofJ50.000 < .. .' > ..
. ,. :andipunclwere served. -. A/P.,Anthony\ ,. 'Secretary B. R. KeaS- 1 ? and was given 282000. :Be- real Is notsaytnd'4hal1 ,Jtis;" saying: ., .

r ,':. :' ..... ...';At..',the. party ,werer, J4i."; Nancy ler and General Manager B.K.; Han'i- : bideaali; ( these .great community'-en; :; "We.. havejust. v .'begun.-' .;Continent" > :. .. $pliiNidjile' Cash. Grocery ''

r? t'.vBryan, of .Jacksonville;, Anne Bryan fourde, ,,.:by: ;Fv 'CJ; Day 'director .of ] lerprises): ; MontrealsmeanwbfeJn )esi. [ -- : ,
,",, ;;' r and Inca Carson' daribel McGhee, works, and have'a,floor spare totaling] thoroughly organized.effou CoWoctsd WINTER RESWENTS'RETURN', .: We ,wish to'thank. one and aO Who have patronized us, and-.sad.w-. -
TElitabeth": Ledbetter Uel n' Bass Car, feet : ----- ble' ear ) and hope; (for a continuance of ,sepia..
; ,. ,. .ooJi"8qUUe : '' gave $200,000 for' Belgian refef{ } 'y : .and litre. .MCElwabi: ;. ave ,a i;; pOs' success ,
t. ; rolya Fripp'Ndrma. Griffin Girlie. The buildings now practicaly 'completed $500,000 to' Red Cross l and $400,1)00 rived from! Dayton: Pa., and, say they We" will continue, to dV business the., coming- new year-,' on the 1
Bullock, Jo' and .DotMaWnson, rtan'J.eell are: fthe Florida Counties to 'Seamen's : and will t 10 ; ,
; Relief Sand the Khaki are'mightjr: glad to e'lcape!' ,Iro \.the tarn,principle;. eourfeoui treatment food: everybody
"f '..n / 'Tucker; Mary ;'ingletary-. Lois building,< --14,400 square,'feet;, 'w'01l'an'a League. Even' ; heae''' h1bit. 'do :>jot f'tert below"', ,Into": the .balmy, air:, .of Our motto will ,be quick ;ales 'and email profits.; 16'" onneee'to. .the . ;
';;'\:M'>'rag :Jobfison. 'and:. Messrs 'Sheldon1'. John. building; 8,400 squared ;' Cploredbuilding4,800'square take account of a' score: of'tegimenjal. .; lortda.! Mri 'arid* *Mrs:>fMcElwain) y' : ' the dollar. f ;
#. i;;Uenfy Slngletary, Bert Wells, feet; Automobile funds, made'up-"In: the'citytfor'lo.almilitary were'smony; the most ppouTar of.our 100 cents on
g ..'tw lte -Bass Ov rstreet' Crt building,42,000 feet ; Wishing/you all l '. Happy IJew Y ar,> ,we remain. as your, ,
t* r..stsrr'; _'\ Murray square ; units, ranging. from $10,000,4"i winter visitors :l lasts year..i.nd:. ert&in'1'? '! ,, ever

;}. v'f-. - ,. ,. . . !ly M' ..qualified"as'ICissirpmee. : i ,boost- .,prvants."l ' n
1..i'fl'4<1"' .,.:, .- .+,. .'. ... : ;' 1.K.", _,.:-''- x'. "*, ersasl their, par ty,-will 'number...severWi"all J ,See-': f.: :
.' .. ;; .t.-\\<..... , ', ,.. a .;3.r, of.- .j. before the week;is.; out. It- Will ,
:Ji ..ff;... ... ;':.:....'.,.;" . ... ., ,. .& 'Mr.: and William.:Gall -1..' I ,
l' : 4 ," Mrs. .
.'.; ...v.... '., of.(, ,.t ',,. .'. 'I<,'.... .. ,'' ,. ." w .' '4o.. ,.cot.t . ,} ,. Pillsbiiry Flour, 96 lb. ackU$6.25.PUbbvry OysterSltep: .Ib.' _',..1'u::: __*- .0|
,,1 .. "I' . gher, who are 'also;"well known.har"e. ., :
,,'; t", : ;:. ,: ',''!J'-, ': '''." -t.--,;. .",'" .,' ....s . : '\.1. ". ,_ .. Mr. -and Mrs C.. A.: Carson .and'. ,>lfStlzer . Flour, .24' 'Ha sack: .. 1.65! ,Mica fjrilb.; ..l-: :.-'':...r..OP/tf',;

.. 1- '. ,: : -.: . : :" '' '. : f ; all of Dayton,:Pa .Pillsbory Flour: J2 Ib..sack : .55'Hui Apples. per: ,peck J::::". ;7T2S(

: f ;li! $;; ; <: : ; }Without" -t ,;Financial-Institutions" I 1 ;: >.,,:";7'" ';,:.,, ,: '. Pennsylvania;in" this always' during:: well the l, 'win.represented ,Gold SeIE-R Medal. 'iar' Flour flour.amepric.,: 24;; Ib*_;.__, ,. "' Calif.." 'Peaches .heavy, ," '',,wnn.'-r :-;; '

( 4t:t. if, :; .I .: :,. "r ?4'\ '. .': ;'i.:lAnyM /..r'J' r: . \" .1f ..;': ,:, ter.season, pnd will be a. Self-RialagFlonr: : 12 !lb-_ LS7'oaer'Krant'e.80 .. "IJc;, 2' for! 'ZS '

iIf If p "' ; wiJryd'; ;;. 1-. . ;. .>. .. '*0. . ' 't, .I.' ....t-'J.... '{ ..(... . .". .". ...Jw.. .It-.t.; .,...'' ."? .1, great! addition. social'circles' 'and to Graham Flour'.7c,Ib, 3 Ibk:: .,. ;-..20Data Mother's: B acJ..II',Ib..leazr., .09 : 1
Ma'II 't'1 the ,s4tneeaeof( the would halt-t colsl ted.t' 'or '"
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i S- ; / world bn"ranJac National Pats >
.,J I 'I : .. :': 'Without ,busilteie.there,. ,.jvouls be'ho: .. : I enFnt. .. ';d..;:clxtoer': 't' '... : Sweet,Feed, 100 Ibs. ',,.___ :' 2.65 Grits.cone or fines 4 Ibs..vPork ..25
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% 100 .
,: : ;'" : --1: 'o' .. ..." 1'''' ,:.;- : .: '.fJ, :. Cottonseed MeaT) 2.85
::; t ; '. ;... d If.tb'efortunee 't1'uliness ire vitally'rElated Danlcing'Yellinj '.- 'j, :-. I'1' ., If' .. CottoDteed Meal Feed _._.. 2.40. Ketchup, Ferret 'yT-______.. ..12
t to to .. : ,. Lgok. Methfrl tongue 1s I eoated Soda lb.
.." ,. ., ' ,'It : "v (' .. v: Bran, 100 !lbs. ,...__......_,. -2.55 Arm! & Hammer. __ ,
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xl 1: .t : connection x : + :: '
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