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: January 4, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00836
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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WORK ON DIXIE HIGHWAY FRANK. VANS ACtfEW IS .


CITY COUNCIL BEING-RAPIDLY PUSHED St. Cloud Bank Closed REPORTED AMONG MISSINGWord 'AUTOeLU8iIAD'jCOOP


That the work of bricking the I'' has been received that Captain '

couhty road from Kissimmee to the : Frank Vans Agnew, who has

T LAY PLANS FORIMPROVM'NTS Polk county line, near Loughmnn, is By National Examiner been fighting on. the western front for MEETINGFBIDAYWGHT

being pushed forward as rapidly as nearly three years, is 1 missing It is '

possible will ba of interest not only supposed that he was taken prisoner ,

to this community but to the thous. I. early in December when the enemy

ands of tourists who are motoring The affairs. of the' First National Bank of St. Cloud were taken counter attacked in the Cambral sec ;
from point to point in Florida as tor.- Captain Vans Agnew was in

well, for this IItr. t.ch' has long hel'nfl1n'1ous over by Chief National Bank Examiner .E. F. Higgins, of Atlanta, last charge of three tanks when last .
as the'"missing link":: of the heard from. On July 7th he was .

,. Dixie Highway in the central partof Sunday afternoon, and the bank failed to open for bnsineu Monday. .slightly wounded in the battle of 11.- ...
> the state. i- Messines Ridge, when his tank .

:.. \ ... \1 DRINAGE DITCHES TO BE The road has been icady for, the' morning. I caught Are\ from ,the inside. How PlATES" FURNLSHED;: BT THE.

brick for Home time but for the past < the ever, he was able to put the fire out STATE ASSOCIATION DISTRIBUTED '
and
: CLEANED AND DEEPENED TO No:statement has been iiiued a* 10.alaell liabilities, or and go ahead.' For' this he receivedhis .
has
six weeks! at least! work watedon
'
,1Qr. THE LAKE AND STREET LEADING the arrival of some 16 cars of causes for the closing of the bank. captaincy. and the Military TO ."MEMBERS SIGNS

brick thui\\ 'wal side-tracked somewhere Cross. ORDERED PLACED'ON .
: SJREETS
TO FAIR GROUNDS OR- but this material has reached It had been rumored for tome time that this institution was in a The cablegram Hates that it will

:' DERED PAVED WOODBECK Kissimmee and la: being hauled out t be the end of January before any LEADING INTO.. ...AND OUT .'OF- .
but it and believed i it would "
along the road as rapidly as the I or leu ,baS' condition, was hoped r'we of his whereabouts' can bl! ob CITY. '

PRESENTS PETITION. working force will permit. be able to pulr through, and its failure to open Monday caused con tained. It is known that prisonersnow I. L.-- ,. .
Capt. Li. R. Farmer: who is superintendent .. in German hands receive much ..

The fathers began the New of the labor department of sternation among its large number of depositors. better treatment than they did in the The Kissimmee Automobile Club
city the road stated that early part of the war. Possibly thisis
yesterday
n.a-
the hall
) "Year*by considering Several civic im- terial had been hauled out for at least' Examiner Higgins is still in charge going over the books, and it due to the object lesson'in the good met distribute at the ctiy auto plates Friday t nil'S$ '
at the January meeting
provemcnts treatment German .
iheld Tuesday night, The session .was a that mile water and a quarter being stretch laid now and, is expected a receiver will be appointed in the next few days, -whenmore in Great Britain and prisoners the receive United just been received from
pipes
were
I A Automobile association, and Jotrfl.1 1nct.

.,44f'.moredaysrthff that. )thin thensgJLwffiefcjoitten' , .delin!!l o a. '3 I.. !; n. I,. .. ;iw States prisals., or.'.I.\e'it\! may..',...,i,.-%be*".4iTtia'.due..! '.to,."leas. %r;;,:o(c1 re-.:? Came,,,finy!befdre:."....Importarit.JtisijieAs"lhe club. -""!' .. < ,that' .. ,t. ,

inff of the brick' will be b I.
8. B. Aultman, asked the officials The brick laying, will .Jlctualda.y"1 I II SMALL FIRES CAUSE President Stanford!:; called tnp meek if

\ to take some action in the ditch question c I ing to order with -Seqetaa'): Steed in' ,.
and he covered the' situation so the Polk county line and come this GERMANS NOT' NATURALIZEDMUST SUB-TROPICAL MID-WINTER LITTLE DAMAGE SUNDAY the chair. Ffrst Vice/President G.'C.'.' .. ,

thoroughly that the street: committeewas way. _ _ _ _ I REGISTER FEB. 4-11 FAIR AT ORLANDO IN FEB.It Livingston, Second Vie President, Dr.. ,1 t; ,
The extereme cold of Sunday and
instructed to have a survey mads I T- M. Rivera and Treasurer. Roma *
'the GOOD ROAD TO FAIR the necessary big fires caused! two Thomas also
.o the levels of what is known as were present with a rep
Washington Dec 31,-The week of is a well recognized fact that for
small blazes and called the fire department
school house ditch, extending along GROUNDS IS ASSURED resentative membership of the or ,
aside the the Mid-Winter Fair
fourth set by past
was seven year! '
February from their firesides. One in
lake and also : fl.'
Dakin avenue to the ganizatlon. 'i '.
the ditch running north to the A. E.: Arrangements have been nmd and lepartmnt of justice today for registration held at Orlando has surpassed of the half milion unnatural- I expositions held anywhcr the
Thomas farm, thence to Lak Tohope- oiders issued to relay the A. C. L. Germans in continental United South. he me iri North Kissimmee and with the plates and any mem rwho' .. of

kaltga. It seemed advisable that railroad: switch at the Osceola county ixcd States by police and postmasters, .in I Letters on file in the secretary's was extinguished with little damage.On has not received one may apply- .t. IiI .
the
Sunday night boys were the office of
both ditches be deepened, commencing Secretary Steed.
fair
grounds. I
of President Wilson'salienenemy \! office a're informed signed by i.
we ,
pursuance calld out again to out blaze ,
put a at "
a t the Aultman farms and running This: insures adequate Among the important newmeasures \
transportation ; directing this action men who make a business of visitingofficially
I proclamation the Rull Bass home in
.m to the lake, and estimates will facilities for the attractions of of minimizing thelunger all the fairs, state and county Cape Breeze to come before the meeting WAS thatof t,
as a means iddition. Had the flames
made of the cost of this work as the second county fair. Johnnie from sympathiz.ers in hold in the South, declare] that the gained more placing. aigns lat the corner' ofClyde . ....
( enemy and wrought havoc .' .
I headway
n as it is ascertained 1 if there be Jtrcs is making a bid to furnish State Sub-Tropical Mid-Winter Fair at Or- more jtvenbe and Emmett Btceet; .
1e nt fall to allow\ the alteration. the United before they were detected, the cause also .C-ttift4Ctit1stian church at the1
I' amusement features and as his list Earlier plans for administering the I i lun.lo "beats them all.Notwithstanding ; ,
might have been revealed.Mr. .
on the latter ditch has air and never inter aetlonjot'Broadway with Main
is varied ,
presents a complete registration in the eastern cities:>l first < the fact thatrl'aly
and Mrs. Frcd.Lorenz who live
been orderd! where it nears the I streetiK to''adflae strangers' of the
change from last it is ,0'
season, more and extending to the entire -I all 1 Florida fairs have been
gradually with the !attr's father Mr. Bass
property of J. K. Davis, on Main routing of the Dixie Highway through, .J .
1 tan pl'ohable'thut he will again be abandoned becauseof | called off this season, on account" of
country were were'awakened before eleven o'clockto
street Here the city is having GOO the city. Secretary Steed was instructed -' ." f
given the entertain
to '
opportunity the fear that some Germans miJ.rhtliVoid I the war, the official of the Mid-Wln- 0
find the house full of smoke- Running
feet of terra cotta pipe t in to to have these signs, electee! )
pu fho visit"t' thi :"". registration by moving from ter Orlando fair early decided: I to con- "f
'" I into the
I district to district.Registration as possible
surpassall the china closet which had stood
down from North Kissimmee and'backa purchasing to at the crossing of the A. C. L. rail-, '
agent secure efforts.
twenty -
will involve the gathering pravious "
against the back of the
up in Mr. Davis yard. I err loads of crushed shell to hard- of detailed information concerning The premium list for the eighth chimney. I road on Vine street.- on the road .tb,
Burned to ashs and hole burned '
r a St. Cloud.
.
: Another street improvem t recommended I surface the of mile of ,
five-eights us'and
a the business, relatives and habits annual fair is before it would through. the floor. The flames had I' 1'1
was the paving of l'cklfteld I Secretary Steed read a commun.-
city strrc- il Pen field
< that have made in
ng avenue of German, togeth'r'with his appear they good
every to couch which used
from Clyde avenue t. the spread a was asa lion froTi Organizer Charles R Hilt
(. avenue from Cly the limits ,
\
v < ::1 i if.to city and finger prints. After their preparation for the fair to beheld
r limits. This street lead-j the photograph bed. The bed clothes had been in which he said "Please advise .'
to
: city ,
ntir th fa: :i "'"'UI:<.IS. This shell! is registering he must a certificate from Feb. 12th to 15th. burned us ,
carry off and chair in
fair grounds and it is ""upn'Ual a nearby was at 'your earliest convenience of
county
( known. (10 'm-'Vo n good road and is card and must not change hisplal'e Many important features are still 'any ,
flames. It evident the
that It should lie hard surfnc' was chimney new road improvements Or'
new rqad
a Florida ocl.lct. from De-
coming of residence without approval in embryo but of those that are scheduled -
became heated that it
41 t an early date. It was thought so limited the built in your vicinity; also advise 1It ..
: Leon Springs. 1 It has giveTnentiresitisfaction of Violation of we note that the poultry show *
police or postmaster. china '
closet which caused the dam- "
advisable crushed shell\ ; road in of '
: that
now course construction
by some any -
,' L wherever it has been the regulations will be punishable by will be exceptionally good, for not
,
\ ":,, bo used for this purpose and the used and (van easily be laid in time (internment, for Che war. i only* will the regular show be almost age. and how' soon you expect. such
street committee was empowered to for Our fuir'in road to be open for !travel. .
February.As but the
large formerly
The orders do not aply to German again as as ,
',, act in the without referring "The compilation of this kind of
... matter all passenger trains will again to under National! Barred Rock Associationwill
women nor any persons
/ back to the council.: stop -at the entrance during fair week, "ourteen1 years of age, because theseire have a thirty thousand dollar GOVERNMENT TAKES information from each of our::: clubs

'If:, Business Men Present IV tit ion. visitors will have a choice of two hot classed as alien encmias by exhnSit, to occupy an entire large will be indeed of great value\ to' pout

J. D. Woodbcck -presented a peti- convenient methods of reaching the law. Subjects of AustriaHungaryare building provided for the purpose. Please 'help' us get this rp} at once,

.' i asking that a revision be made grounds, not required to register. The stock department also will. be OVERRAILROADS as cuir" winter touring season is' right .

; 4 the license: fixed for tent shows In announcing the regulations-. I II away ahead of anything held, for here. ,: '

t king exhibits in the city. The peon day the department of justice took : special efforts have been made to secure It; is evident 'from this letter that

-. stated that many of these en- MANY REGISTRANTS I, care to avoid creating the impression' large herds of Short Horns, Jerseys Government poscssion and opera- 'the automobile clubs of Florida ;.;iriU '

\tertainments were of the most undesirable hat.the,government. looks upon each Guernseys Poll Angus, Ayrshirea'tj tion of the nation's railroads ;for the )closely affiliated and will prove a. ,''
'and whilev.theyt/took.i:. huyi- J nd olhersVl-and! kseveral ,ha been I'residenWilson3and strong factor in 'buildin l.up'a com '
\ man 'itl) u. picion ; ; > : : ifarj'oadsjargpromisecl war proclaimed by
# \ beds of dollars,' which\ \would lolhcrl CLAIMNO: EXEMTION CourfeoimffTrcalmenlllnlendedJIHejiJ frpmj&' < >utsi lel.the f Lbame.eff0ctive 'at,noon "tnunityl:.\iIn '?\[act,l no ,communitycan' "

wise be IIp'nt.in'/ t 'cn i | .. tate awelaaplendidf'exhibit I J"rjd Djl'emheJj,2R'Villian1J\ !G1IAdoo fford j.to'1: bci.withoutta },widoawakefc. '
.I''. '" tied no one. ;;ll(. h. are lifefKWgd ianOKarelriotlioJlieltlealeitnJpei aid inide inTal 1 aWeastjthree hundred \ retalning1hisplaceinJtheeabinetas /;' 'uband,* should one b*. so, unfortunate A .
':Jf"; In:| ) et tion disposition i a'e to b&withoutra'club. of possessed ,
v boarding
'' head 10rHh eryl! fines tffGK W fVKfR&w ecretary"' thev
; .
The. ? the treasury
war () he' 0 sceola Coun,., 'Instruction to .giitrar5"and of one that merely existed without '
'''' -tated, and even their gr&ceriird The
in '
.' hog depaTtment'will come is placsd in charge as director-gen
Exemption board in officers! urged to deal
registration nre
wholesale. It is 'evident sending: out being an aggressively 'Constructive
l' bought at j I for shareof attention
a large as a eral of railrcads. ,
that Mr. Woodbcck is not alone in questionnaires to the men who- reg with them" in a touitcous and friendly I large number of exhibits of Durocs, Every rnilroad engaged in general body, that community would loose, .
for the petition I istered for hiiljtj.ry service beganSaturday I manner. thousands of dollars of favorable advertising
opinion was .
this
ilampshircs) Poland! Chinas Derk-
1 ,
transportation with appurtenances,
I Decembei I U, when twen- Polled, Federal maishals and while
of 'actically jtmngvrB from
signed by a representative pi i every
and will
shires others
I compete. Deluding such lines is taken and
t '.four x ere Issued and his agents and postal) authorities are cx- over
business houc Itroadhej I many I II I stale in the Union toured the state
(! on -
't,, every : m'oie: have been sent out each daysirce. I petted to co-operate in lh" round-up I The National Berkshire< Congresswilj all systems will be. operated\ as end? without a knowledge that such a town
way..p j I meet in Orlando during the fairas under-lhe .
'. week and to investigate dircctorgenera.1.In
: during registration -
the license for these I c-xisted. '
As concern* is
I I County Cleik J. L (O\erstreet" it and check each fact reported well as several poultry associations a statement accompanying
:, fixed in October for the ensuing yi-ar, I up ; which means that there will be proclamation the President stabadthat I Mr. Hill also enclosed) a road bulletin
Iv'
chr.irman of this board, with SheriffL. by threnistrunt!!. Certificate
the council tabled the petition for the I I thousands of delegates. giving: a: general report on ro d:!
II. Ingram and I Dr. J. I 1). Churn, of : ('('ils will lie issued after complete as:>1 soon ps congress reassembles conditions from northern to '
v 4 'present. The school department of the fair I, points
I St. Cloud. as co-woikeift. This hoard verification is made. he would recommend 1 legislation guaranteeing :
Florida, also the best routes in )Klorida.
f Registration Books Revised., will be better thai) ever this A i -
K; be of year. earnings and main-
5. meets each afternoon at a! o'clock and The information obtained will pre-war : .
The bulletin reads
> J \ i. City Clerk Gilbert stated that the I I j is assisted:> by Carson Farml'rhQ distinct 'alue to' officials in running separate building is being preparedfor < n:>me n$'. uiilroad properties in good: l lepair. :
Books would l be levised, l booths "Numerous louristn from the North .*."
"Registration I has been and forty or more special and Goveinment backing will be
appointed acting 'dlail"man.The I down enemy plots propagandannd I ( '
k who have arrived, in Orlando
""F" *i.a few days and the names! of those what there will he a parade on Education given to new issues of railroad during
questionnaires] seem to cover i in discovering! Germans; II : s-e-.
I the wek all that
past the .
_1rho have been disqualified for voting I Day of fifteen hundred or more school urities that market be report
every possible circumstance or condition bear close watching.' The task will a ready may
i roads between Wuvcross and Jack-
r. il1 city elections would be published) I pupils.>
and are arranged in live classes, be great, in cities where the German :' found. I
together with the causefoP this disnjalification. There will be' a state high schoolmeet The President's | i-onville are in terribly ba shape on '. j
although
each class and move
having five sub-divi population is large
mor newspapers
f Any pJI'Rnn whose I I' and a cantala in, which 300children )( | account of deep sand The route from
"'
sions. and I'it 17'ns will be asked to assist.In ", forecast (ci' weelis' ('amlit this lime I Savannah to Jacksonville is also I
) is thus stricken off will haveIfcCwhirty will take i in '
MiOme part.
Class nuriiber* one includes those cities of five thousand or mOl'e'' as a great surprise to nearly everybody 1 liad condition in fact 11 most
,
|ImnasI
days in 'which to make The fruit, vegetable and field -
comv''jj ( -crops
who the 1010 in VVushington, including railroad
do ask U'corded by -
not exemption for population census
any I I sable in many
places. Reports from -
laint he consider this departments bid fair to be. beyond s
acliimtf
| > shoujd away officials. J It had been
reason nnd it is noteworthy that more a list of which is issued by the' generally [ Qr! state road department indicate
njust.j than seventy-live per cent of those department of justice, the chief of the average, for there N great >e>liev.:-d he would! wait the reasscmiling that the best b
\ rout-... from the North
'+ During the.business. routine the "repetition along these important
!;oRe qu-cstionnaiies have been '"ilice will administer the regislra- of congress before taking any
/ re into Florida is via Macon.; Ft.Valley,
ralary of Road Superintendent Wood- ('( at this d\te' \ haw filtered this 'ion. In smaller communities and lines industry. "t'p. He acted through Secretary of !.,
I" : I :Montezuma Amelicus ThornUHvillc
I !kalI' was raised from $(fi5; to $75.! Sev. / 55. , ural districts registration will bo There will l ha> a (Go\ernment; exhibit V'ar Maker, under authority conferred I I ,Albany' -
'! .-raj citizens were granted relief from sent< by the_ Agricultural Department Quitman, Ga., and Madison,
rn The majority of those I I by.Ihe postmasters and the I und"r the army appropriation
asking exemption conducted Live
a.t'l oak Lake
I City Jl1jO\'h'Springs
fact division ,
their present rate of tax on account andin every of the fair Direct of the <
f nre signing in class IV. This: postmaster:' of the largest offices in management GaJnesville, (Ocala Lecsburg Orlnn-
'lif" ( special conditions. This was oned..4m I includes: dependent relatives. A few the local judicial district! in most]I will be a wonderful clemonstintion of will remain in the hands of railroadTieiaIs :I do. Mr. Hill
( should have added Kissimmee
.
what be
the recommendation of Tax As- can gathered together to inrtruet -
/ : i .
are entering rlass! V as physically) unfit states the equivalent of a (county will i !> nnd the rnilrond l nard) com- the
as Dixie is
I and Hiffhwdy '
Thomas. entertain the thousands of
;).)' I sensor or are already" in the United' be) the .;; who attend. city.) .
r. peopls .
Stiites' service.In gather !reports from the' othersand, to direct actual operation under
I "For those
wishing to to Jack-
the
I. features go
Among entertaining
WAVE HITS HERE
4COLD a number of cases: the board has forward them to the United Stales' ] will be a great; divpluy. of fireworks .fi-retary MrAdoo's general supervilon. sonville, the best route Is as indicated "

;. ; BUT DAMAGE IS SLIGHT noi been satisfied with the classification marshal and 1 the department of justice bed .several .and ubovo to- Gnint sviller then- to-In.- .
parades military ,;
.by: \
claimed by the registrantsnnd I In most cities the -workwill be The chief practlcar effort of government terlachen Palalka

..jThi oTde made .its exit Tuesday have entered their names in the clas.s dpno! by precincts. civic organizations.If of citizens. wihh to i! operation will be to permita . and, Jacksonville., Hastings.The St."road-Augustine

Lx wring an extreme cold wave that t.> which t the board considered! they Ever)' German is required to cro to any our enter complete unification of all railroad I is so'' bad between Lake
fiuit, fancy articles City and '
etc. writethe
.I I tmrept the state from Jacksonville to belonged. In such instances the men the registrar and make out triplicate crops systems, impossible under private Jacksonville that
Orlando for people In
living
I/Tampa. and St. Petersburg. The t'her- have-' generally consented to the affidavit information blanks and to I th-e secretary premium at list.J. a copy of operation' \by reason of statutes prohibiting .I Lake City go around via. Gainesville,,, J

I \en; meter began to drop early Sunday changes made by the board and it is furnish four photographs of himselfone i pooling or rail traffic and :i Palatka, Hastings and St.'Augustiner

I 'morning and hovered around 35 degrees their privilege to appeal to the dis- for each affidavit and one for earnings. Th.? roads themselves had I I in driving to Jacksonville. ,

I all day while the strong wind trict board at Tampa of which Col. his registration card. The photograph I W. MILLER VISITS SON gone: as far as they dared in this I, "We advise. routing all tourists

p inade the cold keenly felt. Some per- Lewis O'Bryan is a member. In fact I I must bear his signature written WHO IS SERGEANT NOWJ. direction and it became known only from the 'North> the route >

I. ,'poris sav they: observed a, few snow vtry few' have appealed their case I across the front a'nd must not be today that they had been warned by cated. .over._ )'" k .* .Indl."t'.. .

..,.flakes fall during the afternoon. Fortunately fl'bm: the county board. larger than three inches square It Attorney General Gregory that a vio.>I "Tourists who "*. "
l\i Miller Florida )
com lpto
W. has just" returned ftom I , i '..
this wind I
continued all night be thin lation anti
i must on and have of laws could not
a pooling
.;,... and though the fell to 20 I paper a visit to his son, JV.., Jr.. 'who has : be vja Waycross, Fplkston, and Cnltatuknf., ,, ". :'....
mercury SEARCHES THE STATE I light: background.The permitted.
before ice FOR been' sent from Camp Gordon to I are disgusted!\ wfth. Florida ..before. .. .\ ,'U
1S.degrees: morningand froze affidavit provides for recording Although the proclamation applies I they rencn1 iack. pnvjlle; Sucli'
'veven\ after the sun rose LOCATION-BUYS HERE nlaee of birth Camp Johnston Jacksonville.\ all ( 00'i.i..a.
5 Mfnday'littie name, address age, to electric lines engaged fn general erablc roads make tourists ferm .;
"Jim" volunteered inthe ; 'a A t.
.- a1\1alte'l"i reported other than few and residences Jan- Automobile .. (
since
a : occupations transportation, local inter-urban \ .t V
systems bad first
.. frozen water faucets. William Muir, ;representing; the I uary 1. 191-1! date of arrival in the Corps last summer" and has baen I ajre eapecialy exempted, ,: Impbmlon, pniP-you know' l f.'
four brothers who here from Alberta promoted to sergeant's rank. Mr. I first impressions'! Jasting.. - .., *
are
weather relented : '
1. man Monday United Stales whether married,
iThe Congress wijl' ..beasjced tcr< guarantee - T>tos ecUve l .
Canada looking for location Miller says he is well, has pleaty.of "E'ery. tourist) whn4'.I .
,
':: 'when the mercury reached forty-five, a i names and ages: of children, whether earnings equivalent the average : "
aks ytwrVliib for,lnforfrmation 'abou1:, .
has what ia known the I good clothes to wear and well. "
.' but a final flirt Monday afternoon purchased as the registrant has had male good .

;, t i gave or any net operating Income of each '-
:If resulting in another cold night: Swppe. property in West Kissimmee, relatives in arms against the UnitedStat.rs cooked/ food to eat. JiMr. *. rlIod 1njthethreerear period andlngJnidsO points:! of Interest to be. seenviiuFlov* , ,4 _'

'>Iew Year's day the sun smile'd again which was owned by J. I). Douglas. i whether registered for' the Miller spent a few days with,. Railroad ,experts- 1, ida, should be: told of,'the marvelous l
The deal was' made '' his daughter,. Mrs. Sam and 1917. beauties of Silver Springs- ne'l'"' .'4
'and the temperature'gradually im through J. Mc- draft, military training, naturalization Joue4,. Estimate that this will the' '
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'y government Ocala; the largest in world .
proved. Phatter and was closed this week. conditions and similar informa ,family' at Watertow|); ert, >t- rrrt- next in the" spring the -t"
neighbor-
'! Little damage t4 trees or truck has The Muir brothers- have been look- tion. Full description of the man and ing )lome. ''' -V. ..; *. V-; hoOd''lDC year and thepurestand clearest waterever r'f',
$100,000,060 which be
all ________ -' n" -_ _ _ can discovered. .. Every tourist' who}
i VVefp reported as a result of this cx.rtraordinary ing over the state for a desUablelocation the prints of each finger must betaken raised inUarKe.p.-t.by, Increased visits this ' >5 ,4'
'.: "cold snap." Growers and it is certainly some -trr- J:>y the registrar., The registrant 'Hence during the weecP'oT'T'ebr8ary) 4may.be freights if .Jh interstate 'commerce spring: will carry' away V: If': "'
f beauty and '
...:,rethink' the trees scarcely touched as bute to this city that they have lo-. must swear to. the affidavit, be., registered in .theistrict' In'WhienHhey cpramission" fronts the f pads' application he picture will ,never .forget. grandeur* thai, 4':2t: 4' :,
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k.i# plant life had been dormant here cated here, and we wish them unlimitr fore the registering officer '' 15" 's':#.
,.a happen, to be. ';Registration for the 'per cent rat. increase The best, route from' ?New York, : !
c of the unusual cool ed success in whatever line of farming Small ffks not ,with , ;
_l' consequence p6sU> equipped plans will- be made Mter for'the now pending Otherwise it will be points' from the.UtaosIhrdluetaodldu' .

q uperatpre of the past month. The I they.may undertake. _. linger print.praratul are advisedjto Phill ,ine.,Hawaii, th Pansma 'CaJMTZone. .- paid largely out'QjT the general government )Vashington; Philadelphia and .all (3"I"' : '
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trus on the trees is also said borrow st -rrf slnt.r's' Alaska ' '
| crop I .' VVTrgia Islands, funds. i, points from"the northeast to Macon- ""
'be uninjured and shipping;will be been slightly injured' and others ink androUe*\ from the town printerand Guam"and' ,Samoa.' .*Several1Trillion .1.Tbe'bteratate'omm.ne, Comm" and Florida, \i. via Richmond Petersburg -: il.<:" .
'V ed as before. Even, tangerines' maintaining that their. has not to make the impressions- the 1 io'
crop upon. rvgistratioa blanks atjd) other forms sionend.'other,.govern men' :a.nc1ee Meckienberg. Henderson Ralr' I
,\ cain fit for shipping. been.injured in the least.Since .' ''" ink spread on _:pane of glass. :** willj be'.distributed'Sythin'the! next which have.to do with,the railroads eiai1..IPiD.hu Kocklnghom,, Cheriw. -' .! 1 ol''

'*3The truckers had yeryjHtt1 tender the':early part-of the week '"One of th.'ttiplicat. records I is* to : .. will .continue to perform'.thelf functions .l'V" ;

I 7crops growIng at. this'time and .this the conditions have improved greatly, I. be kept by.the registration.agent, one' 5vTh.Registration '1* ubder'- the direction , .as heretofore,' except: tnafther Augusta' ;Cam4enCohu6bial.. ,ThoIllJl8O( . ,,I1il.dg.vilhe bll1Y ,: .!. '

ILwu .-protected wherever possible.rlsba&e though'tfc. weather still far from sent to the United 'States marshal' of John liorrf P'Brian" speciaL will be sofcject to orders of the .tfiree and )(aeontcParties wishinrto, eo.1'1.. f) : 'o'.
\ differin/ .opinion the usu&I,Warm and one to//the/: tWAttorne ; .
; .growers as fjenlolvariety that department'of Justice assistant/ -Genosjal Gregor3PaDd tor of Th4IrVSds.'i via Athantawill branch:011'at Hp.ll't.:,
11:probable"damage done *h lr.some Florida/ and. Mr*visitor*,' aft accustenfbd at'Washington.- .. > ,y- *'Jla/T lawyers: Appointed *-rraflfLn.nAnrniljuuuirLiMMM JW4. WIWW W : .

-. ''sayiigthe.. plan! athave to.eIJJoy'J-. ''..,: * .' Germans not at. their-*plac J "of resl-' D the work. ""* *... - I .(Continued' outage\ : ..- \( at_-.-. -'Pap c,) l'i.Jt'. 4'
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TWO . THE KISSIMMEE; VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY.! JANUARY, 1918.

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SL. I Statement of a German Prisoner I II :

Cloud Department I' I America.

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\V'0UI4l) l he thankful tu make ju-ucu tomorrow
NEWS. AM XOTKrt: OF Till.: "WON IICITY":\ \I. tlu- War._ I hut j hey CII n 1101.. They area
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:JAMKS MIKKS. .MASACKV: I: iniirli .oacrlliffil Liy Jifilin, as we
. Th's.: \\iir: m tlHI pfieatesl" : clinic tlw ]P<>'mi' tlovilh are here on the fiont. All Liquor and the War
1 ''w ,l'Id has"* fever I$('(.'n.* 'l'hm I'tun j 's I tho! IMuody slaughter wf thin war, with
(hut niiidc') I I 1h:* I""'each n\'nlutl"I 'i (ire".it,< mi\)1I0'dll\) of money fl id) ..tliou.sdndsvf
Communion ,service next J.f1"'t'" I i'thi'f VDU toiiituiH, ', thfiii mth Ih1! i inf \\i\vtf lot evory Hiujrlu day -whatfci'i'jis
nay (Jan 6)) in the. l'r" diytei.i; IM. II AT THE CHURCHES t ,-I I! .0 ... \uic l"" :i-its who I, .it,' 'Mii'inmr\ ,H (roinjj |bug after it ha < I li -eii"iniiUy Labor Life-
hurch at the" mornln\ 0 o'clock. Kvening woisliip) :it 1 7. \\J! .. " 'I i '.. 1-i 1 1- uni i .' I IIK. \i .II.j I 1:0.:.;<> it i ithf) nidiilrituA, ' vrim- '
lie the closing servift' of :"OnVK( > riacsitVinti' : nll'unl .1. ic''t/<' \\.11"11' t 'i)'-\ i IK> ',;..in i :. I I a'li.y' tOld\ ('no .itfltof; a lilt I.? hand-.. THESE ARE THECHIEF FACTORS IN WINNING THE WAR;

'Of prayer.: All wolcntm I I .. ... ; hll'if"JI'(' '(111.'-(d ,b,'inirf; ii( t> .TJ1. y"t""RnR 'A "'II'IHtJ tfl'SaLurIu' lIi.t '''n iJililo. :; M. i ; '. (;;(:..n- ti-\) l//) rnlni." / niyrtlevcM\\ ; by ]I'l/yi'ii\ iiii.vtliinjf;! but a jit-Hi, in Eu; >11I'. , AND, THE, LIQUOR MEN ARE WASTING ALL :THREEi ;. -
Ore. !iJi. at ;l |1/}, \m.Oi' )]>!''J''I Kcho-il, :Jf.Jll';: ; l li. m M'HtiJi.irjii l a ) ,) !;lI'4&1: : t 11111.); 1 II"! Will lii! ever pro1M. , I <- n-i. I that tinKr'Utot; \ crinkf ,tho.I't.I' :
ing song"Amet j i a' by 'mid\ ('I i 'i. followed I''' \: r'..'h1i| 1 (!:,'!IQ'' .,<1.: in ; 'hr''Jjjlt1E'' | l , ,inAI-'I.; rh'/I'I) "is "I'' WIS lilIV\id"; I IIt \\ .'. 1 I lino t-'cr kntvfi? Ami irt it i t

by pru.vcr by OhuphulI\I': !!(* ''(VtaiMir-, <,1'm; / :' K; .t'-ni'ijr} ; :, tir4)ii'', ) ; ", fp. ., It| ((1,> I l.i-'V.ij!, ', '//111\' I 1."t1W" |;>:-I'j'.jr.t1)' not '-Uii'tl.v I triK'V 1 I One* any .)lllIe
cott.: Song liy the choir\ , M;o&'rt'thri"" 4, ii( fit" koVuil: ;/:; t prayemt'I' WtSJllK'p-\! ; ',. welt l!: \OM'X'I. ' I Irt)( '..t'tftf"inv' i ;. th.&y'v4' j (,;'{',:n'llIlI supose| ; \ ili '{'port. read aid! al.j111I\1| j ed.. .lilM:'" 111/\1"1'', ,f.j'! ",l '..M1I1.L: tlja.UI\ )\' ,,1'i 1 't : t'-IiIi |hi' iii tel er wh<'IJ the, wh ie .New
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imcelin'gs and ftrlMvij- I",,. lay 7 Jy. m. Ri .1 "I.' ' ,_I I./\III.' .. they: wr lo1' hi,iC.' Koj'' rliuttt ,: Wilvttl. i i"", runiroil\ 111.t"in:" (;ieniiailv as tie; '
found. .. ': .'IInl.l'j, I'a..t".i\ : I : .'..1.h\.j'Y' \ <'(' fj.uthkniit, ),l thole 'own) nn"- well' II' tW t lId l iy' They )Know,, ''all\ about kit year waste ajnounied t to 7.000.000.000 ,pound
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St. 'Cloud .qll: Collection" ;'., :' -', --I'-':---1'-; '- -:;: : 'IIlvlN0'I l.lt1\t.t'\ ) ; skins .tit,i avlmit
amounting to ):$('O9.: !<)!) (' t.nk'fi'l. .. I ;::; O MIS, IONT H'J'IIOIIIST -"; ,Itt it ad) t li-i'iiilsf, .t they' an! f'i, gilt: \cool I"t"te ; mind ''tlJ(. mnilIiiis. I of 111111ioll men by making others drunk!
i.. 'M what. ()w 14lIk.| | mitrht do when, Of money; the innumerable factories
Program fonder .for the; comiiiKmonth ) I I/TISCOIVM/: :> l I. cnntciii. : [ \ truththf 'tlKthiriK uhtl! Ah'ipyariN. ,
Mh v k'ltllt.thO # ke'p| I They, know that .
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are Miss Ruth l J/oull'lll'riy. 1s J; -- . . ' gciiIg. i IU\tl sacrilicu many thnutiui A mci [it'ii ,jcun put luiiKJmlti) thousands They are wasting labor---
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C. U. :Mrd I ;, Rev tl..lI.1 1 liowon{ ; pAxtoi". :'*
.. )Irs H'luireJ2nd\ ; \\ T. ,' ; ; everyrsintrlu: day ., '! of .ffcsji) t itmnjii t | on this, front .
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0 Mrs Westeott, 4th. kunllaYR/'r\'jl'fII: nnil! many iiiilllonrf! ''of money, For I t1 'xt sprinjr, ''antl that the exhaustion: '. about 300,000 men are engaged ''in the manufacture,
A warning by the presiilent' jib::30 n. m. '' .. ." . \\hiit'To )--liii-l! l thi! reputa'tioni ofa of (;ki-niany long before then will be Sale and distribution of booze.* -in breweries saloons,
throwing pealingi!? on the sulcwalk 1 1 1'I'oII/'hil1 Kt 10tlO: a, TO, '. r : handful of' princes emit politicians friKhtful. I It 1 U, frightful/ now; it has ( .
Election of olliccis./ Motion( by Wm. Junior Kpworth !League<< 3 p. m.Kpvvorth It'K the ureatei-t climetlu- wol'ltl has, l>:-eii frightful fur a year and more. I and restaurants, as brewers, bartenders rnJ'waiiers.
Moore rnI l supported by !se\crnl others : League, (i0::! I p. m. 'n'rlllIw 1. Here on this front our They know it all amid l, brute ileviU i at a time when every man is needed inTiome useful

that the present officer be re- Gencral.Cl.iBS; Meeting).0:30, ] p. m. poopU,! >'>are' being killed like fliis. Your that they tire, they choose to keep! occupation t to help; win the war. The labor of these
elccted: for the coming year, -earned 1'rt'aching 70::: p. m. artillery kills them in bunches. There the awful yluUffhter (going, not beI I 300,000 men is worse tharr wasted-no possible food'
by rising vote. Prayer moeting, Wednesday, 7 :p. m. I isn't 'it' minute of the day but legs ('11'1.11'the/ )' hope it can niter the end
:' Official Hoard Meeting every first blown oT.( Our but, for what call can come of it, but much harm ill, done.
Hatton Tillis!> banjo solo anil! !Sill I and arms art beinn you "Wait and
.." ., wlJhIne _,M lr>,.; !HUey "' a. ,l atj.vtjc( Tuesday, 7 p. m. men would jf'&dly' give themselves\ up I see!" because" they fear to face today
-, 1'"djn F"'I" : .."SSfeunday-JSihool" ) } acus, io .fend., 4t.,4you| know they ciinnot. what: (thl'yIn put off I till tomorrow, ;' They are wasting life---
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Social hour by Goldic; Graves* and 6HT|: mfiJ1f 7" ;Ti; j'Wh n\\'t h l. itW..' ailJde- ,...>>IJ' H_tlflf..uno-t ."" '-.1-.ohUlllWllil... _.
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' \V. J.'. :M. S., .Ladies' Aid and class ' ; !: Edith Harrod. tIre is always an officer or {4.: C. ( 1I 1\ ien.-nt lives; : tfl.ij--i'\y' fHilliik'faslfof '. workers ' = '
< ( 'waltt"rr. : ii-n'
brtdersbewelr 'an t-itl; on .. : <<'I' -= '"r
work nnno'uncfhient.All .
Hatton Tillis banjo solo. upon uluiut.. It I Is not only your jrufif. that Tnoriey. .Never before.! niwc the world
Rending by Francis Uiley* seats fiec. All welcome to all I kill. Many Germans fall every day began has Ii'twentieth part of such .lose an 'average of six years of life on account of their

Recitation ,by Merle!' Thompson. meetings. _ with .German, bullets in jlhem. Theyare suffering I Uen allowed to continue occupations. If he 300.000 men who make and sell
Piano duet, Elsie Smith and .Edith; I driven like dogs to the tjlhtmlC I lay after day and month after month 'I booze !lose an average of six years of life, it makes a
Harrod. I And! to what end ? Because our 'urs to protect a handful of exalU'd. crlminals -
I ] total of I 1,800.000 of life. The'average
Recitation by Frances Nor' yke,. SHINGLE. CREEK ed Kaiser and the creatures we call from general: rcccpnition of tears man
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"Don't. Bite the Hand That's. Feeding statesmen are afraid of their lives their crimes. The Russian peopl.2 works about 30 yearsso that the liquor traffic is
You.' for what will happen to them when rose and\ smashed the bonds that using up the equivalent of 60,000 men in each genera

Selection on graphophone. by Mr. Mr. and Mrs. 1. P. Tison and family the people know it's all up. bound' then Yes, but; not our people. !, tion. And this is too great a price for the nation to
Mercer. returned from Rosalie Saturday, Hut 'plenty of them know it flow. Our tyrants have l>o ?n cleverer It .
Recitation by Gwendolyn Gelston, where they have been upending I Many knew before I was forced to was only the bodies of the KUKSI.III, pay.For ,
"15 minutes till Leap Year." Christmas with his parents. > join up. And perhaps I never should people that were fettered.( Their
Duet by Mrs. Morgan and Mrs. Mr. Grady Cromurtie 'I la very ill have been: made to join if I had known minds were free. No (ierman mi'--l, these reasons :
Buckmastcr. this week with measles and we hop. less and never .said a word of what I in Germany, has been five since 1S70.;
Music by John Audrist and Ru- he will soon recover. did know. I talked a little of what The H-ilin criminals have seen too FIRST-The Waste of Food -
dolph Plander. Mrs. Clint. Uronson, who has been 1 knew. And that is enough In well to that. Our people think they ': ;
Song by Ruth 'Dou herty. spending a few days with her mother Germany; today the man who will tell have Keen well educated. So they SECOND-The Waste of Labor;
Bonnie Cathcart "Told' How She. returned to her home at Hiwassee the truth must be hURtled out of the have-very WI'll'er)' CjjrcfuUy-for THIRD-The Waste of Life
A IlAted the Kaiser. Tuesday. way. That is why I see no hope for just what they are doing now; for the I ;

Song, "Just Before the Battle, W. O. Urotihon and family are Germany; because those left in the blindest and most. damnable, kind of '; -for these reasons we have a right to demand that the liquor
Mother," by Misses Ruth Dougherty spending the latter part of the week, country have no spirit; can do noth- slavery the world! has ever seen ; fora
and Beulah Cathtart.Recitation at Tavarcs ing. All the strength of the country, slavery in which the will of the business be abolished.
by Irene' Murray. Mr. Raymond Niswoiiger returned such as it is, is in the (iRhtihg lines masters must 'be paid! for daily by if
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believe the traffic Alcohol dots
Short Talk by Mr. 3owen. from an extended trip in the North. -helpless as slaves. The others there steadily running streams 6f the blood you in mote
'K-ep the Home Fires Burning," 'Mrs I. II. Uronson went to Kills there in Germany, they are slaves I of their victim> victims taught to harm than good help stop itl! .
by the high school. mmee Wednesday! to spend< a fpw starving, starving quietly, never daring baic their own throats to the knifeon
Adjourned to. meet January I>th. days with relatives. to,, say 'a word. The few whospe'ak tile word of command. Jf your
Mr. and Mrs. 1{ aynor and Mr. and Misx Johnnie .Uronson leturni'fl soon find 1 themselv-s hustled armies. could roach Germany: itself, I! Strengthen America Campaign
Mrs; J. W. Francher spent New to her homo j in Kisnirnmoc Saturday into the front line, and no, more is the) slavery might end suddenly But
Year's: day with Mr. and Mrs..C. A* after a visit with her aunt, Mrs. G. C.lironson. heard of them. They iro on )paying Germany; today is one vast prison full ,,]
Robinson, I the pIic'e-thousllnd" of lives everyday of starving slaves who cannot lift a i
':, Mr. and, ira. E.': D. French of Ash- j !I ; every single day. The CentralTowers' hand to help'' themselves, and that it I! (( advertisement was prepared )Jiy Charles Stelzle and furnished

ton spent Wednesday in out city. <;nsrKi : > casualty must ,now he n hundred will remain wink- William the Mur-! us by Or. W II. Withevspoon. )
Messrs. Will and George Blair of I TKNTJSKRVICKSThe I thousand a week. And all for doier'oun'I KO on buying a daily repriovo !I .
Wisconsin avenue 'have been trying gpnpel tent has been taken what? The crazy dreams of a few for his. own miserable family '['I
their colansibl) boat on the lake and I down and service will be conducted I bankers and merchantnnd! the cow- in icturn for the blond of ten thou- I .
it is a great success. hereafter in the Willson builtliniminted ; :I laidlv f"1I1'1 i of a few politicians! : and s.unl. tif hm ilaves. Thank God 1 11m i ,
Mrs. Grimes' anti l Mr, Gardner of oil Darlington I even me. Those of the Holvn7.oeri.s.They| say the ..out .of it -
l'l'IlIIsylvania'I'nue were the guests in charge wish to oxpicss (lieu uppreciution ) |j ,-------- - . - - '000 fewer sheep than in 191-i. Our I twenty shei-p will clothe a lioy who I
ofMrs.. J. O. interest f of wool has dc1 I nskinK his life "over, there .
Vreelahd on Tuesday of the loyal main TijliASNANl; : / JKKUSAJ-KM: : : M.i-on I'i'lit'Vf, would result in the production steadily .
afternoon last of the lined since 11HO when it was 'Ml --- -- -
fested by the citizejls city limJinjr "I the tomb of their first -- -
Mr. Henry Van Dusen spent thew'"tle'lCJWith" while the services were conducted in That Jeusaiemh&ts been i-manci- grand master, Solomon, and those oftUli million pounds, to 283 million pounds I NOTICE: Itlie
ic-nddin.Ki. omit'l '- at31 r' tIaupaioaatrn1 d Isaac Jacob,and .,pth-i in 1!>17. At the same .time our manu, ,
0 l 1.Iii ( cob umption hasJncrgasedllUJlfeiyigiUJonjI lob Cuil il of the
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i (I '$l\I hl HeXl'1'iiue' pu AlM\vhilciaiiillion P0U11d. se mI L '_ v I:'_--'J home of .

.: f lI'dpJr$ & vi'(" a fpite I tt1iij( itl9 h an \1 W i l' 'liftcrnoon. ,

.ing' In friend n1thewest. -elll. -n l7i'd i 'ii 7Td] 11Jimt! I uar h o \ ) ,,.'the. lad .....,
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Tnesdaj e4ry 'l1iitday, l'hui9daF ul( im Ii"
m.lr, II ?! hi. hum ii 'oru laIt t urg'I(
:Mr Wagner of Ashton was. a St. nights. the "Grant I Mast" ifl ii'te 2m1
i cially, thit being i uauon i'--rumlluhuiss 't I eflm.Ial. I t1 to ls presetit, .
Cloud visitor The difference between the'amounts
Wednesday. of the Mother Supreme Count il of the .. -
Mr. G. A. Uleech/ i it. getting his, now MKN'S:; MKETIXd I I world, is rejon I mur ovt i r wh.it: I i il iullhi .. produced and manufactured repre1ent ,
store room stocked up )'('lIdfor 1 '" \ our wool iinpoltations from j THICK GLOSSY HAIR
the "Ninth Cn.dt. : : itui511( : EIl' I'CII: FLOHlU.\
business nicutingntMetholii't Sunday of Solo- olht'i countries Importations are i FUSE: FROM DANDRUFF
Jerusalem, the I t-mpU' King ] |
Edwards;; brothers' have moved I tlwil.1' school rooms next Sunday iiflci i mon nnd the various IiI -I" of its i ii '1 hey ,Are I the l-'armer'n limited no% i l\. -eLmreit. of ship*, and t ___
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itoro from Tenth street to the new noon at ;M o'clock All I men and'\ boy- form essential I I of I U ill be necessary to establish; I sheep
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iKiililiipV on 1'ennsvlvania nvenilp. : ,I'ortliallv, I I I inviU'tl.' i i construction the philosophy of an speculative) par KieolMiisoniv iind the Nation's Ollilortullit'j Ill ', l'i' ( tioii permanent l iis i a pail of I!I Girls! Try It! Hair gets soft, fluffy and
beautiful-Get small bottle
Kite tI(1 il farming in the I'nitfd States a
but the Scottish especially I
< : in Sheep, in to the value of 1 'Ilr | of Oanderine.
: ill I proportion iHH'ii is immediate as a war
I I thehuloiical i I giailet! ; HitKlhighci '
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th >ir piodiuts t are produced! more'economuitlly n.e.isurcbut war or IIM war it would I
H I iho " I : 'gicos ) on tli,- faim than: any | base been necessary for us to produce i 1 If CORm for heavy haIr, that
nn l I iiKidento i I a.sst-ci.iU-d! with 1 tho it ii- you prHn-
other iiNfstock. ; the feed ami l. hI' mine? shorp A man cannot draw trim with 1 l .
lmity und is radiant with
dent fitj Iii e k<'pi vividly i in thought./
rcuIuit'mnt'nts| aic, less.! They (lit. in money n>it of a bunk indefinitely unless lift has.
Osceola Hardware Co. From the time of l I Hugh I tlcl'ayen\ I ; an incomparable oftnss and
witflJ.t t >l1l'I'll I farming, especially be makes We were .
1 first grand master of the Order of the inthe deposits, u Unity anil lustrous, try Dunderine. ,
I hilly I I sections of Florida, and wool and *
i get constantly consuming more JiiHt
the !
Temple, to .1 a'iuPM do Moluy, ono application) doubles time'
mu<'h of their sustenance from forage The
fewer
mutton but sheep.
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raising
last, martyred for hm faith by a jealous beauty of your hair besules it iimne.diaU'ly .
from ginning weeds und grass principal sheep countries were not increasing
chuich, Knights Templ.ir had.I dissolves
Located Kissimitiee's > I every particle ofitamlriifT.
ott that would not support other stock. their productions before the
I taken active and usually leading Von
Tlic'y eat !little feed that haH a value I war and scorned to have reached their "UII nut have nice heart",
BUSIEST con'NERWe in the successive crusades; to '
dundAlf.
parts healthy hair if jou have Tl|
as human food, and need les-t grain maximum. There was a discrepancy
I Jerusalem and the holy land of Europe -
than other" animal They add! materially between consumption and production destructive scurf rolm the hair of ..
Today, ?',hti
I are grateful l to all our numerous I arising l in>?cause the great the. city plan of of the praise first ver"y little, relatively, to the farm expense. The war biouitht the problem.to a I anti isliiioas If not and overcome it produces. fovcr1 -

'. master i ilt redeemed,! from :\1)- That is why the University of crisis. itch ing of tile scalp; the
4 friends for their splendid 'I grand hammcilan misrule and the shadow of Florida extension division recommends What about your farm ? Is it one hair roots famioh) lounvn and lie; then
patronage the Tuik. that more of- them be kept on of the SIN out of seven farms in the the liair falls out fast (Surely' get ft
i farms in this state United States that have no sheep ? ninU bottle of Knowlton's anderine
Roberts'
; during 1917. We are Right of ;Massachusetts Worshipful ,Oliver in un interview A. The United States has now 1,200- Get seine sheep. Itonvembcr that from! any drug store and j\lbt try.it.STATI'.MISXT .

conscious of i' with the Christian Science :Monitor
i : a great responsibilityto 'of Hoston, said.! that the taking of

Jerusalem i if it manently' relieves
give the public the best possible t the tit y of its long time rulers! 40 -

service in the lines of Hardware I hostile I losult I in to extension christiimrty' 't of will masonic probably
&OVi'P itO', l possibly of .value. I He Haiti -
of the Condition the
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and Furniture. Notwithstanding, that exploration! : of the tombs underMt -
; /ion. probably I those of I Isaac, Jacob ; -
STATE BANK OFKISSl.M.MKK KISSIMMEE:: :
the gr at World War we are opti- i Joseph I Havitl! anil I :Solomon; ,
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: might: i result in I th discovery of much : KLOIUDA
mists. Our faces toward the that.11 bo. of the greatest interestto ,
are ;M.isons\ ; and to all 'h, i..tianl Right I AT THK; CLOSE OF BUSI :N .I'SS: DKCKM15KR) ; ;: :HIST, 1! 1"
Wen' Roboits, saul that these
shipful'
surprise, and there are better days i ti.mlis: ,\ "" iinilor, "The Si'iiaculanv ASSETS..! vIJe.il LI A lit! LIT(! !KS:

t tho liiMldini1 King\ 'h,' ,i itc of the .
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ahead. We believe in Kissimmee, l.ntt Sup pI",'. The / upper )putt/ of I : Kstatiand:: l"35,9; 18.6(i!) Capital! _ . . uIOOOOO.OO, (

'this -.tlUdlll.II'allt, hut exploration Hills icceivable Uhu" 591,(>:33.2'!: '; Surplus _- _ _ . I 17,500.00() ()
it's people and it's institutions and to the excavation underneath.
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.: shall always endeavor to merit aIn SOUR, ACID STOMACHS, I liotid, . - u 1- . -- 7,438.0(1 )Deposits) .-- - . . __ 4'J.1,11S.I.:: )

GASES OR INDIGESTION I (City Warrants - - - --- 3l!':35.ri: llills: I'ayal.le -, - . :30,000.00( )
large portion of the trade in our I '
I '-. Cash and due from hanks L51.CI1.32& Re-Discounts; . _ h _ n_ liOOOOOI ;
"Papc't Diapepsin" neutralize executive -

lines. i acid, In stomach, relieving I '
--'JI dyspepsia, heartburn and $590,853.50! $r iios.ji.ro/ :

A Happy New Year To All.We Time HI distress' In five at minuto once. all stomach -

again urge aU our citizen to buy thrift stamps,' and dintrvns' due to acidity will go. OFFICERS *

No Indigestion, heartburn, sourness or I C. President \t. KATX . .
,
: thus help out our great country in this critical 1 time. belching( of gas or eructations of nndi- A.CARSON Vice-president

; .__- gested food, no dizziness, bloating! tovf E. L. LESLEY Vice-Preaident ROMA: THOMAS . Cashier.
breath or headache. *

..:. GASHUM AND SUSETTE Pspe's Diapepsin Is noted for It. ,
!In regulating upset stomachs.
speed
: It !is the surest, quickest stomach sweetener Personally appeared before me, a notary public, Roma Thomas, Cash

ri Gashusa was giving Sntette Instruction .D how to rnu an in the whole world, and beside) !it ier, who, beirigduly sworn, deposes and says the above statement is true to
is harmless. Put an end to stomach
;t automobile, aid slid, "Now, here' the brake, it i* to 1M pat oa Istreu at once by getting a large fifty the best of his knowledge and belief. '

'C quickly. I* cue of emergency." cent ease of Fape's Diapepsin from an/ (Seal) ,J. D. JEFFORDS, Notary Public.
I she "Like stare. You realize in five minutes _
1P. "Y replied kimono. ;
**, yes, a rug
:1 expires Jan. 9, 1921.
commission
needles U I. to suffer from Indl-
how
Watch this space next week and we will tell about a .petch stomach dl.
ge.tioa.jdyspepsls or any -
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I'a- Angeles, September 10, and winding ble estimation the future of tills' tlful, Italian-Ve uetlal' archway into r A I
f .
I up at Phoenix Ariz., October 13, and I IVLCT.U. COLUMN I would is to ba determined ,by. our! wo- .the grounds will, marvel at the wonderful ' <" ;
: this mileage doos not include the return men. scenic effect bursting Into
Attention Citizens trip 'to San' J.o\le.\ Ford missed I would have a wreath placed pert, ,view. ''

only 17 targets out of 600, in three (Mrs. 3. M. Cochrane.) petuully on the l'brow of the statue General Manager B. K. Hanafourde' .'
s days' shooting at Los Angeles, four of France Willard which stands In decided! after several months consld'i' ,' ,' .
in 200 on a onedashoot at San There is glory'enough to go all Statuary Hall in the Capitol building (eration of the lighting arrangements "t1

Visitors Tourists Jose, six in 400' in a two-days' shoot around. I would not rob, anyone or now the focal point of the world's: j for
+ at Vernon, 11 in 550 in three days' fany organization of a scint'.lla: of thought. I trust our children may adopt the Tower Light System, and r.

If yon are intere.telin Florida yon should l shooting! at RayAriz.., and finishedup pi',also in this day of moral; achievement never forget to nu.,e their pilgrimages I as this proved such a magnificent 1 c',

take in the best Fair held in the State by breaking 200 straight at Phoe ,. but never suffer the ,crown in to that statue, and have someone success1at the Panama-Pacific Exposition ; .. ;
nix. Besides, the runs mentioned pre (tell them the story over and over as' well as' at San Diego it was .. i
THE vloualy he hag 44 better than 50 and fl I be lorn from' the brow of Frances again of the uncrowned queen, who I inaugurated:; for the benefit of Floridians '

better than 100. Of the last 2125 Willard nor allow, the Woman's 'ilaced on' the altar of her country her ,} and their 'many Visitors. The

Five Mid-Winier targets shot at he broke 2095; about Christian Temperance Union to IK brilliant gifts to, make and preserve lights Will be stationed on top of two

I County Sub-Tropical 98 per, cenFo, d';' five consecutive eclipsed by the brightness of any this people sober SO-foot towers, and their rays ,will,

tournament mark is, an amateur re- later sun'' that arises across the hori- How I 'wish she could 'be here in penetrate,, and illumine tjw utmost recesses i

HELD' AT: cord. For the year Ford shot at 600? zon of moral endeavor.Rev. Harry this day.; How. I ,wish she could ,wit of' the fair ground .;Approacla-

n ,, targets and averaged 95.30.' Dawson Mitchell. neas the coming triumph within a ing"the state fair.at night the visitor

Besides his high-water score of feW days when we confidently expect willmurvel, at the playing: rays: crUs.crossiiig '.
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'OrlandoFebe12- 1918._ 261 Poslon broke 634 out of 660 targets The' '.forty-fourth annual convention Congress to complete 'its / and blending until the -affect;

thrown for him in the Pasific of the Woman's; Christian Ternperanea '- submit to this nation a referendum I will resemble a frosted wjndow pane'in
Coast Handicap. These were thrown Unio'n, 'which',ibconlly met ir (on national prohibition. the"! bnow-eoVpred northlantl >, the

Positively the Greatest Exposition of from 'all murks-and' the figures will Washington, represented the largest '..Villardfrom, the: heights of glory)j'muft contrast ,with Florida's palms and

..- !. Fine Fruit. Agricultural Products, undoubtedly stand' 'as a. record. lie organization of ',\'OI1WII'1n the -world share in this great, triumph; and I If tropical foliage'! being:}' one.; of -extremelicauty. e
also,, broke "07 ,out of 400 Uirpjls at numbering over one-half a millionmembers I think dome, bright angel will lead .
:lit it" Cattle, Hogs, Poultry, Domestic,- and ... Flay; Ariz., October 9-10. There wcra !)01:} delegatof her to, the throne the day we- w'.i..itc 1

Fancy Articles. Lester German, of Aberdeen Mo., in attendance.:" Countess! Carlisle 1 1prcsidnt 1. into our constitution the nation-wide'I i iVrohibilion .
1r''"another. ')professional! wlt o- '-excellent of'the world's organization! of the manufacture ,and i ' ,

t work. He had 41,runs of GOor Her?:generosity- has helped to 'c\rry, 'sale 'of, intoxicating liquors} end* say, J gAPP'Y

butter, 19' of them being 100 the the work:into many lands Anna A: "This 0. 'God, is the angel ,of prohibition N1WYEAR.orC .
S School Fair In the :StateDaily
Largest highest one being 180. Gordon is the national)president On the inspiration of the :womenOf ( !; ANOAUUl\
Pcndergast's' Great nt ord. the last day of the convention in additIon America who put scientific! temperance "We''BE

Some magnificent trapshooting was ( to the many distinguished; men instruction into the hands of .
PLEASEDTO
Parades and Pageants, Concert, Fireworks, Free Exhibitions : done in the State championshipevents. and we men who had spoken arid been the children of the land-and her HAVE

{ Races, together with'Johnny J. Jones' Shows. In four statesNewJersey presented! were Mrs. Thomas A. Edison name Is Saint Frances!" >
"' l\iit'hi/CRn./ New York and Pennslyvania ; ',wb.o. brought; greetings from the Women you hold in your keeping VbU .
: ,Come Enjoy Yourselves ... Inform Yourselves ,-:-the winner, made a perfect !score, distinguished husband and -Mrs. Jo- the( morals/ of his ii....''on' No-nation CALL !'
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I W. B. O'NEAL, Pre C. E. HOWARD! Sec'y [) of years that Pcndjrgast the J avy who. came to invite the me, she: makes,, the moral atmo"n.'f'-*!' ..u. ao

'I' made a perfect acme in New York. delegates to an"informal reception at of the'tl't'ets., the city, the pation. -i! ....''K 'HAPPIEST SORT OF
IL In New Jersey and Pennsylvania it her> home. I ev. Henry Dawson !Mitchell I A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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: was necessary to make; a perfectscoro of the STATE: FAIR TO I'RESENTAUKOKAHOUKALIS< I ti
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6'and to win, for the runneru-up made !Methodist church, delivered the convention ) SCENE< I is one that will i, ring good health rand
OUTSTANDING( PERFORMANCES! 234 at Maplewood l. N. H.? July <5 cont.entm'en.. ., and that is our '
Eleven ,
titles
99. state with
were won sermon, in his historic churchin HUlliNG EXPOSITION)
OF' 1917 TRApSHOO'fINGsE.tsoN 7. 3!)' scores, i'o with 98 and 8 with 97. which Presidents McKinley and I I wish for everyone. Vt-v appreciate "'
; Bart Lewis the Auburn III, professional three (the support given us in :our pure
There ties for the titles
-..-.......:..- broke 2.1:! at Robinson, lit. were Grant worshipped. I wish we might" Jacksonville, Dec. 27. (!Spc-eal! (- fodd efforts and wish to assure CU-
at 99!), 3 at 98 and 2 at 97.
'give the in full
sermon "it
was one
Thiough and novel of
] a )new syKlcm
June 5, and in September broke 250
lly Peter 1'I Carney that lie
It was in 1911 that the first record< of patrons we can depended
great
power. 'Jn speaking of the 'lIuIII natio : the Florida; State Fair
at the Indianapolis! Gun Club and
upon at all times to sell them meat
I I 1 wero kept of long runs and in thatyear influence of women in the world's' activities and Exposition ftiouiuls\ will present
Hush professional of
Curtis
Raze
a -
t i Editor National !Sports Syndicate that is choice and wholesome
1 107 shooters bettered 100
e he had this to
&That trapxhootfis are becoming I Nfb., broke :20(5( straight at Ana say: un Auioia-Uorealis appearance each \
;i straight. In 1912 I: 115 shouters
exceeded Such the door
a topic 'to the of the
opens light which
I great exposition
each .is evidenced 'conda, :Mont., July 17. "
ore piohcitnt ;jeur l.'ih
) 100. In 191'i, : shootersbetteied broadest kind of discussion. There will be in '
held Jacksonville:; ) from Februaiy -
by the remarkable number of long Trnvh'H Shooting Was Brilliant. !
I 100 ami) 1142: made
scores was a day when many good people 2i( to March: 9, 1918 inclusive City
runs made Records are compiled While the performance of Mark 1 I I over 59 straight and 128 over100 like Judas, would hull obstacles in the end ''those hundreds of thousands! of
enly of the runs of 50) straight! or Arii: at the Grand American "Ilandi- | straight in 1914. The figures 'leapedin way of woman, and prevent her if visitors who will pass .ruler the beau- | Market'j
2829!
better and in 1917 there were cap tournament mrdj him the outstanding 1915, when 2243 shooters bettered possible from serving the human morn '

runs between :fiO and 74, 61l!!> runs between figure/;); of tho 1917 trapshooting DO, 353: ran better than 75, and 195 any other capacity except\ that of ( :
75 and 5)9! and :3.23: runs over season, Frank Trooh and\ O. N. bettered 100, a total of 2791 with motherhood a time wheh such a work j
,K$0, a total. of 3846 runs of 50 or bet lord do be when than
not want to slighted scores better 50 straight. In as, Mary wrought for our dear Lord t Stout Lumber Co.
ter.The holuets] ,\ are being showered. Ario 1916 the figures were 3744, with 3003 was condemned" and when ,it wo
quality of the shooters ap'pcars won the All-Around Amateur championship over 60,. 557 oyer 75, and 284 over considered( an act of presumption '''on ::: SUCCESSORS TO MAY-STOUT LUMBER 00.

to improve with quantity "for thereare the National .championship) ; 100.These' the part of woman to leave 'the beaten .} DEALERS INk .
more devotees of the port al was runner-up in the National figures are the best proof path, in order ,to make a contributionto 'l Lumber.
luring" each year. There were more Doubles) championship and tied for that Americana are improving as the world's great work. Yellow Pine and Cypress Novelty

k men and women at the traps in 1917 the Grand American Handicap. He marksmen. The results will show Our Lord in His acceptance of the Works in Connection.It .
than in any other year and the scores had of 106 from 22 and "
\t a ,run yards "over there. service and in .His commendation of
were better. Some of the performances averaged better than 97 for the week. the work that Mary wrought, blazed It is our pleasure to fire yon estimate at all times. \

ces were remarkable. The shooting lie did everything that was possiblefor GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS" the way for woman, .so that this great I f Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery ,

j, } ,tar" surpassed that of 1916. one man to do in a week's time. TO CONSTIPATED CHILD system of religion which we call Phone 21 Kusimmee, Fla. ,' "
," j:I ,'-/The best run of the year was made He was given credit for it., Attention Christianity has emancipated her and

Jt >y an amateur-Frank Troeh of Vancouver will now' be devoted to a few Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm opened to her endeavor the doors of 6ooooooooooo... OOC040 O 0600 OO oo o.o.....
Wash. the 1916 ,Washington others.: -- -
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tender little Stomach, Liver preferment and, honest toil every-
r' State and National Amateur 'Cham "Troeh In the Washington State and Bowel where. ,
He 'nt'Seat 1 shoot;" f. broke 295 out;' of300ytnrgets I,,;,, ; t
pion. broke284jStraightj"; ; ,; kJ" ;,, ,The centuries have forced the
tie, Wash.' '; ''April'2 30" "** broke: 9a out of 400 targets'I.lthe! 1 Look ,:' at the tongue, mother l<;J yl world/; lithe conclusions! that whenever upon I D. G.. Wagner Insurance Agency,'

The! j,Ion,! gelt run of the year by a Oregon Stat3 tDurn ment 'and492 coated and Si bowels;your need: little',,'one's etomacll;*live or wherever_ !, ;Cod !puts professional f was 61 by lIuj.'h! Pos outf f500| !,targets! nltheT California cleansing at ffl ouciflWhen a soul giving.ita message or'a mission .
peevish cross' listless doelWl'sleep. 2nd Floor Citizeju Bank'Bid Phone No. 30.
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of Los Cal.! He made State tournament, closing out withan
tqn, Angeles eat or'act; naturally\ or Is fl."Vo' recognition must acdbrded>' to
this at the Pacific ,Coast Handicap at unfinished run of 185. In, this fob, stomach sour, breath bad; Las but that one regardless of sex. i The Leading General Insura.nee Agency In Osceola Go j j
San Jose. The best amateur run of tournament, too he had a run of throat diarrhea, full of cold giv i We repudiate the' statement that w'

the 1916 season was 283 by Fred 242. In the Oregon tournament he teaspoonful," and in of few"California hours Syrup: o the Scriptures tea h the divine rightof : WE REPRESENT THE AETNA HOME OF NEW YORK, HART
Figs a all tile foul)
Plum of Atlantic City, N. J., and had an unfinished run of 147 and at constipated waste, undigested food any kings. We laugjhat the man who : FORD,'AND MANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE
was made at :Maplewbod: N. II The Portland Ore., later he compiled 162. sour bile gently moves out of its littli! in this day says 'he can prove the {o COMPANIES; NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
best professional run was 252 by Arthur ' In the International shoot at Torontohe bowels without griping, and you have a righteousness of human slavery out Y AND CAN TA ELCARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE,

i Killiam of St. Louis, :Mo.: broke IfiG* straight and 171 !I druggist won, playful for a child bottle again.of "California Ask your of the Scriptures. In this glorious :x LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH. AUTOMOBILE, TORNADO-

There weie only four runs over, straight! on successive days and atChicago' Wyrup of Figs" which contains full day when human freedom and demo ,::i: BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive
200 in 1916! two by amateurs and two he made the highest run directions for babies, children of all ages ocracy are the ideals of every soul '
during the Grand American-162. arid, for grcfwn-ups. :: Insurance
by professionals. This was greatly who has caught the light of the! ;
exceeded in 11)17.) Resides his high:( His victory in the South Shore.Introductory O. U. HOOVER I breaking day of "the, Kingdom': we ::i: .
ALSO' BONDS AND LIABILITY.
when he broke out of :
another of 142 and would
Trooh had stamp one as "off balance"who
run My Tuesdays are meatless
+; IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION! i
200 targets, finishing with .107
Henry Pftrrmann the 1915* amateur My Wednesdays are wheatless, would demand that woman ,keep
straight from 18 yards is next doorto I'm getting more eatless each day. AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION.
champion of California ran 272 without silent either In' the church or stabs. } ;
.,;, "' a miss in the California State being perfect. But for the miss My home it is heatless.My' It, is her God-given right to be heard. 5468684 :400 .00400\l0006000..0...

I Tournament. O. N. Ford of San on the nnety-second target: Troeh They're bed all it is sent sheetless to the Y. M C. A. If she has a message Jesus Christ .--1.L ,_ _

Jose Cal., had runs of 200, 209, and would have had a run of 271. The barrooms are treatless, says to all! who would hinder her in

230 and Fred S. Bair of Eurepa Cat, Grand.Finish. by Ford. My coffee is sweeUess.o giving of it, "Let her alone," and the
broke 235 straight at Los Angeles, O. N. Ford, the San Jose yete1'lln. } day I get pooler and wiser.. day of grace in which she now lives
My stockings: are feetless
September 16. A. C. Skutt of Morton traveled 2136 miles tctake in five My trousers are seatlcss says, "Give it." SEED: POTATOESMAINE

N. Y., had lan unfinished run of consecutive shoots, beginning at Los My God but I do hate the Kaiser. If she has a song to sing, Jesus

... . .. I Christ says, "Let her alone" and this
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day says "Sing it.

If she has a division -;of service No. 4 Red Bliss Irish Cobblers.
;'-" ""' -"' :' ;r.>!-'= "''''''''' '''''- .-..... .:;. i"'r'" ..! Spaulding's Rose Early Triumph,
Jesus Christ says '//Do not stop her," ,
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\\ are Now needy to n..h Orders and Make fonfrprfa for N.
and this great: day says "She has aright her. Deeemb.r sad January 11.l/very.
Write for prlrrs' HtatinK 'uutltl-A and varl"tles wanted. Our Reedi'ntntnesare
Fertilizers for Now todoik-Getat-it! ---- ...
Spring-Order the hT'.t'-qunlttv Slain. Grown "plprtpd .d. SS's are
If any door of opportunity opens famllhir with the rnhdttlnnH. In Klrtrda( and. our nerd Stock I" selected
You should! plant Maine Grown send fur bent results.
to her this age would smite the hand S .
that \\HITI Fun DI.:itn-ri \i': siiu: l'A'Iltd.OGCI::.
The of fertilizers would close it to her
'flr importance ordering eariy your spring cannot

'./''', be too sLrongly emphasized. boxes She pouring U breaking: out her her loving alabaster servicein E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. -

:? ; The: railroads are overwhelmed with ,traffic-moving: troops and"on(
hospital battlefields
:t::\. and .-.uppi'san: hauling the increased tonnage of nearly every Her fingers camps are busy weaving: weaving Oldest KHtuMiHh-Corner Nennnn and I.urK"at and nit"Seed.IIa.o.'III.Huust In Fla.the State

';. .. line of bUSII1CSS.e knitting, knitting, that our boys ..... .
;,; Only small fraction of the (iO 000)() cars ordinarily used to haul may not feel the cold as they stand

E the fertilizer tonnage oC. the. South will be available this season. like a wall against the enemy. Sheis !...ooooo : Ii away from the comforts of the f fireside -

11 ._- and the luxuries of society seeking j Cold for Fresh Meats
Order early. Use an ample- supply of Storage
i''I::::::":::::'::::::::::::::':' to guard the morals of
,.. ,.,.{ .. ;; : .::............ higrh-srr.ule: : dependable fertilizer. You our boys .Y.
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Ii' ;1' 3 ; :1 can taH'onl: to be inorc-jreneroua than: put many a
') I:!.. ARMOUR& ? 1 usual: .lor !today, : a barrel of i!potatoes' : or :a home-sick lad as only a woman can ::. Eggs, Vegetables, Etc.

,, .. .. . i box of fl ,lit will] buy more fertilizer than do.. O'N
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= And who will dare stop her? It I
:: !i r. :l ; in normal' times.!
". tle Soili\
!:| ji Enrich !i! IIII {: Armour fertilizers forsprinpr are ready has seemed. to me that my Christ- Quarter of Beef -__.____*/ac lb. Meat.left in Storage and
i:! Ij 1! Increase: : YldJ ;!IS 3 i i fertilizers, of proved crop-makinprqual- Mary's Lord-stands in our midst today 10 lb. ?
j : Whole Hogs ___.__u1/ac Ib. cut as used ____'-____
\ii=\ Hasten I'11Ir.,.r1ty }!i g j jjj its -to meet every need of crop and soil saying with new emphasis, 'Let

Ij improve the Quality ;1! ?i\',., Get in touch with our agent today! or her alone"-and out she goes to her Curing. : Pork ready. for smoking, 1 1.2c. per pound i j
; : write for special circular describing our fii toil and sacrifice with heaven's bene- Curing and Smoking, 2c per pound.

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We welcome this new departure.
i : : :; : ::::: : : FERTILIZER WORKS May our precious women fully real- Bring us your hogs the day they are killed. We will do s xtli
ARMOUR
ize the mission and may they be the rest. '
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.2 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA watchful of the influence' they exert 9

Waters & Carson 'Grocery Co. is our prayer. If woman fails then -& STORAGECO. i'

the whole fabric of. society! and civilization I KISSIMMEE ICE COLD. w it

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FOUR '" THE KISSIMMEE 'VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY JANUARY 4, 1918.

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I 1 KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE Church's failure to. read the young GOVERNMENT TAKES EPISCOPAL CONVOCATION ---4 1- .r:

manhood and young womanhood of OVER RAILROADS MEETS IN ORLANDO JAN. 8

the world. Petitions-that 1918. may I '

P......... Every Flday.eta. witness new 'advances towards Chris- 1 i ('Continued from Page One) The Episcopal Convocation meet LAST CALL !

.. .. V..r G.U. ....dl... tian unity. That through sanctification The President makes it clear that in Orlando Jan. 8. This important

K....___ FI.r14 the truth his decision was not made because of meeting is to be held in St, Luke's1
of the spirit love of any failure on the part of the rail. Cpthedrah Orlando Jan 8 and following -

w. m. HARRIS ... H. .
....-..'.. 0""...... N.. 11 the witness of the church may become so far as they could while hamperedas I from parishes and missions Those who wish to buy 'good at
the I>beacon of the world. That the they were by legal restriction. over the southern half of the state.
The plan of control as outlined in The annual meeting of the Worn.

primary duty of the church to evan t the proclamation and statement an's Auxiliary and 'of GuIlds will beheld the' following' low prices can get

gelize: may be ,given its true place. leaves much unsaid as to details but : in the Cathedral Ch- pter .hou' \

Readings. Ephesians 4:13-32: ; Hebrews the general scheme seems to follow} on Wednesday 9th inst

4:32.12: ; Ephesians 4:10-16: ;; closely the British system. In Eng them un til .

Malachi 3:10 Proverbs '23:22-26 II' !land, however, government freight is '
; ; earned free and the guaranteed earnings Advertisements '"
2:13-15 Matthew'' 28i:: Classified
Thessalonians : ; ; require an enormous amount of '

18-20. II I mpney from government funds, whilein ( .Janqary.8th

Wednesday, January 9...-Nations the United States the governmentwill : .
16; CHIOS good land, frontline on brl.| ..kroiid
) pay for its freight as in the past ".
and their Rulers Prayer-That the noitli of town, land fi-iifid ,
besought rnd will stand its part of increased wood Moll Will _,8cll\ a.. fnvornbletermH '
purposes of Cod jn Christ may. freight tariffs if: they are found tobe or exchuiiKti for. Klohlimneo' 1 u

': and known among' the nations. accessary. .' ,10(-It t n 4r.-" : Gingham 20c. value, .tow '. 16c
I4ITH, nicily fem-id. Rood well (It
That in the development of their na- Holt water, 9-roktm hoes '
Hlnhle, 18cShirting .
tional deals the nations may .find KISSIMMEE. FATHER .. Home IK-HI i-I InK fruit:I trim and lots orlii Gingham 25c value tjow .'
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H..rlptl. Ite.a 'II Christ That efforts for'the establishment !' HELPING ALL HE CAN \'
't One One Copy('op>, Otio Mix Month.Year--------.. ,_ .___ __rl2flO_ 100' of lasting peace among nations "( "Two' of my sons are l in the war.I : ruMi 1iV.fl\ACHI5 T.trnit near '.ttaasiu.r. White Check Muslins ,2Ocvaliic.now I5c

('na'tuy, .Threw, Montlix.: __ __ ___. 76 That im doing all I can to help my count inoMtlv piulrle. In ml, will fcxchmiKc ,
_. ... may ba divinely guid-od. t try. i'$ well as Mayr's Wonderful lor unod 1 liicotm* town proiiirlvwoiMi White Dimity 27c value now.. '. 23c
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All Tommunli-'JlloiiH except iUfl.Ur I reconstructions may be considered Remedy, which authorized corrcHimndeiita. niUHt be. retard the good health. I suffered 5 hOck rtn' In; ,,d. Yellow '20c value now 17c
.iKned by th. writer.Rejected $ and effected with due to I Hul'FUTV 'In KansnR, worth t20von( Sheeting. .

called matter will not. ba-'returnedunlenl I Word of God and the thing whichare trouble years with and a most bloating.serious Am stomach recomtnendmg (u as(flue ehunK fart<> for well\ Klorlda Improved iiropertytalMd In YVrIMIII Bleaching, 20c value,. now .. ., 17'1 1-2'

tor. eternal. Roadnigs: "Proverbs\ 14 !; *' eoiinty, Mo>, ; I .4 inllo from fly.towti .
it to, all sufferers. It ,is '
to exchuiiNTV for FlorIda 23c
:.3 (Entered In the''o..IOrn"'at Klimim :34 ; 21:1 : I Peter 4:19; II J Pcter3:9: ; A simple, harmless' preparation that .-rtv. p..I.- Best Percale, .. ;. S o' S 0 ..

1 .,." l John 12:20-32: ; ; I mucus ..|.n 'houne, 4 blockn from ....urt Outing, 20c value, now .
4:15.Thursday: the intestinal) tract and allays the ItouHi., rca I bargain I fu\ornbl, '
JANUARY 4, 1918. indnmrpntjort which causes practical '..rll'H. '25c value, now. .. 22c
January, 10.-Families, ly ay.''stomach liver and intestinal SPIi.SMiII: farm for rent ; alno 2 fur-
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I Florida just can't .be Interested in Schools Colleges and the Young. ail IIHI..(| I hnu...... In, Ktcfttmmee.I
entR. including appendicitis. One
of the coal short- ALl KINHS ut Klorlda. llonien and In- I
that investigation Thanksgivin-For the blessing--/ dose will convince or money refunded. eHtnint8 Call on un for purtlcuInra -

I re. .; attaching to family life. Fjot" the For sale by J. Z, Roberson", 'druggist._ We NKKSON will show ItKALTY>'ou. 1'OMI'AW t For the next three days 1 will sell Dress uitngs! SOc value .


: Government. ia sending out free comfort. and 88slran'co;., ota, blessed. ItKI'OKT Of Til thr i.: <'I 1HTIOOf \ I }'Olt 8AI1 at 30c. All Wool Serge, $1.00 value, at 69c. -

." ,t.;".:.seeds...thl' *."h1QttUt.wbJth.-.hQ.y-14MI\, : \; ".:tm.mA' Il!'!;' 1.1' :, 1'1'1,,.'<:<-1 "!}J.I! ::: f. .'-. C'I1'IZW\.M iliA "k",lJfKJMMI MI-1t"':. ..,......0'..'. "II'C..R\'d'l\\ pnn ; prle... II5 OQ) ,, ,
reminder of .Ihcmo garacns ? "jINNIII\m":' 1"--.r"lw..l., .or Ylnrtdo:' .... tJ'M'.f".II1tI.tll'// .:!fI.tllI1100 ; t.. |
tta a wer tions Th .\ t11e privileges" r'ejvspdnsibilities orge ., rrp .e WciS t : ;
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should plant. nt lbS ( IoNS of .In. . llrfrmlier 31", :/ every household ... of parenthood may be II '. 1111'1', WHtpr; Id.,1 1 Hmall ninety, t rlri.. tH.OO -
I ; llmuurcrMtIA.N'S. PIT nM, teriiiH tl(HI0 I1.w". ., talanre In You will find Shoes' rs Wholesale l Price.-$in tact, everything .
That in households .
I do unlk" gladly accepted. vl Iz: 1, 2, 3 and 4 years ,
1>0 we or we not come "the and I.t.a ha ill H...ill )fcntatc: -- -. I fo2.M14 SSl.iiKnH '<'ranK:(* Oru,',' capable (if produrlnif I I ITi '
1 the rulin of Lightless Thursiiiand family worship and nurture ., other. Collateral! .- Ki3lM"JScciirlly I ('4'u' to 4('fli( lioxen orniiKOH: 'ptlco $*,- :i ifidd in stock.Boys' -
I Sunday nights" asks the towns that admonition of the Lord" may have: .I "I other., tlian Jtcalnmato :: I ', t2"ii
I are manufacturing. theV light juice first place. That in their readings All I other loan,,- !anil- '-I IliHroutltfi. .- - 12.1.273'I.Mflll.l: : HIIIUn."IM.OIHrile.,I ,, llltlc I etit t nirt' with I n rnomM. '
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with fue) other tha.ox0oal.., and companionship the . Unfit IMIH'h..n, M nrn tr.., on tiplck. 'utri-t't, ',
amusements ,. $20 GfiM 26. ci|.'a._. I In ; |,Ii'h.! $142r"It.I : () cnxy ti-rn-. I I
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; .ful1' .0. young may be kept unspotted from HONI'S: vie:I. ( .....,. Iron .c,fis\ pi.Ice $2fi an.I $40. ,, Suits age 12 to 18 years
Because l JCrown dee was killed ; I I'a.II.I I -I. StmoH' & Still.. humid .1 <,tf, )lot alt Ivliiu. at your vn flu on-a ,
<< within 'a few blocks of Uie business the world: Readings: Psalms 172; ('''U''I)' antl :\1111111'1111'1 IxirulM I l.fiiHMio' Six Kltchvii i! I,..r ftiini-i
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Hid I II i I'h- for tliono i cc I t ,
mpoinroultu \-
section of this city it i Is not to he in-. Jl I 'Corinthians 1:4; I Corinthians 4 Slid.(HIKltM'lr for Inter H...IROM. $7.50 to $8.00 value'now.$3.50

:ysrred that Kispimmee is a "back 04-57; Matthew 18:1Proverbs( ; 1:1 ami ...."' .Minx, ite. H I.'''",miliiinldni , 2" nor<.,p I"nil lionltTltiK I the IDfoot'In '
town. .;- II....".. Kill'(illun* 'l<-k mud .HlJi.lTilou "fair iKinndM" I
7; 9:10-12.: ii ,..I riMiiit-H _ :a I I.mis" 4'i I "i 11 Iij.. (Jina."(.. upon )onr o\vti 'tt or-*
jWOodS" <. :M itt hr H/Il! 1..1111(0.\\1'. ll.H1s( 1 :i .11 i ( CM I tiinil' not iioltf aH this I ", but I "
Scult here conies a man who Friday, Jan. 1 11.1 -I Home ) 'It.. TlMMI, I Ii IK-tit'|",Mltfll' .1 t I'lltUH: '2.UI": :It::I I.I'lnlnis v. ,itlstli, \I v ,mill, :' ,of In'ii"4. ro.nl 1 and Tilltlllllllils : ' .
to build an air cruiser und I''titionThat the needs of .(' "j. .mil, I',,I I h.I.H.'r.| ..<-K. 4,2v| <'i,1'aHlt i ,, plll'l$1 I ". 1 ("u). JIIUI' i',\\ II I ,
proposed .
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battle plane which can deliver class in the (community may find i.r MI,in % III.I.IM '\ '.1..1. .I I 1"1" 111""' I 10 t 1m.' I 'lii s iiii ,'..m ul"1 I. F. H. LAWSON
patches from General /(cJis-1 echo in the heart of the Church. <-\MI IV' II.\NI". \ i'F.. .II.I"I it it l"I..f firTIi. lhttiM) >K, furnltitn. i
: France to President Wilson in ,.( ;lulil. 1 ,Ciiln, 'MIDI I linn' I'>', uanoltni 1111.1 l -li-i-tilt-' i- 'iMIini4 ) .
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Christian sympathy fair dealing and j u 1 i'tiin - a.',11'1 i tI 7'iMllinl hi<, MH. i t.- llofo'i liuvlriK, Utniultmi ;, ;
p ington in 48 hours by usinfive' re I 4'..111 _- . ::171'! !'HI' ' \ on i in\' hnd a liarvain I (

lays.. .What next? mutual respect as between employers. ('u" 4.i4t.% .' ._. . . _. __ .611,038..tMiTola .MCTllUlt IJ PlINKOAN: ,
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and employed may bring men together : f KlHKlmnicf
flh,24).4$ ,'Itt ' \FIt --
For twenty .years the Kissimmee in mutual r-gard.: : Uc.ulinys-: :, re..oiiti"'',, . ".4".toU'i: ,'
Valley Gazette has done its part as 22:1:2 l.liilillllIrN 14'lt SI.l'-.NI: K.MHlrSON TYI'H-
Matthew 22:1-10: ; Proverbs ; ( %VI1 ITI-1:. tIi II ii.: 'iii iti-i
'n"ltnJ I I $t.tk I I'ulil I In __ . _. SS.ttun/ .40)i : ,
only a newspaper cant in the upbuild- __ _*' I llsl.i I : :., AU'dooli AR NI:\V, ,
Malachi 2:10 II Corinthians tiuiiuK. riiiui j.iiMi; ",(iti 'ipJy
:; inK of the town and community and lames 2:1-19: ; : ; I hiil, IIVlill' ; enters upon its 21st year. Congratulations 3:12-18: : iM'iiKi-H & 'I'avi'H imltli r :... cl: .(M Stop
I IllitlV"lillllll I |I<-1IKH| || HUliJl'Ct i'4 'it 14 % l.I--ht 14cr,',. S &.cn.-a 0)44,5) i--I
to the Gazette, which is Saturday January 12.-:MissionsAmong to .h..k -,- . .,_ -. _-2x4SH: ,"7 I itt&,'a.ci, nil I under urood fi-nrt* [
I one of the best weeklies in the. state.. Moslems and Heathen. !nvlnnn n.-iioKltn, ., ,. Jil.Rlif.44: I : Hood houHe, bet,t d .1 oat ontHlde f.t| % '
.1 Sarasota Times. tA "line. (','rll'1 I <- ,tea (ii t 1 )i>|Kihlttt I".i I'4.7J: I liniltH, Kood neluhhorhood_ I II Unod i iirOioHltlon
T ",_ _ _ _ _ I' Thanklgiving-Thut even a world ft.rtin I <>"l (-ln-iltx' _ !B.I14 I nn' I If taken promptly I VIiliiMH -
dtHhlrr'H I'lietkH ,,outHlatHllnt I 4 r.Sli, j I,%t 11cr. Ilox 227, J I ask m iii..,
WE DON'T MIND. wide war> cannot delay the wheels pf _Klt(. ___ Itfl A terrible crash will happen next
His chariot. That the Churches in Total I T.ltllillltii'fl i _4111'.113.5'I ; '
Slate of Fl\Vii.I.1NOS: for rent. Apply to M
the Mission Field are frankly assuming > of OHciiln.' Hfl :' Till, r. Saturday. Just to start the new
It; is not strange that a great deal. I. Itoiti-r l Uoilil.n..lil,-r of Ox-: ulim'oluiinc.l
has been said about the shortage -. their responsibilities.! That Religious 1 Iliuli.| |1'0 OI.I' lIINI.Y S\\ H.XU: roll i.U.n' -3fi-foot launch "CootSi
sugar is becoming universal thnt the ahove HtatetiK-ut IH triKt to the -mj-MIbin, fullv equipped for huntIntr off the Split Nickle Cash Groc-
I for it is the first time in the, history Liberty I 'x.Mt of in>' '".owl"ILt'. and to-I t..f. Kltrhflii. clocplnir aooonimi'ilu- year "
of the country that the American rayer-Jo'or churches and missions IfltiIIt P\lIO.. .. thinS ti men. Hpcnl M mlloM. Kulliiiilpini'iit. 1

;' home has been limited in its luffcring through the war. That thc Correct- At I text 1.51110.,. (- I I. laririanil AililreHH n.roomy.S. liullork.Oooilonilltlon ery will offer the following record '

consumption, of any commodity, of the church be en- I II (1 K. $lnuIetar3hili4Ket.Id0ltjtitIi4 KlHHlininci- l-4tpd
heritage may
whether a neccessity or luxury, so <" \V. OrifTInHower for '
long as it has been able to "pay the I iched by faith and fresh pxperiencc! ; lloilil. PARMKUS s.n Ii1t.ij'eoIIyotk t hmi Florida. Farmer nml j
rice.i,, ",,' 'vitffcrtU.atuiJusti ; '{ ; '''V ''I"F.i'.iPW\' f<"th y "ng ch rch i iTh' m1'l1o >.t how thi8i snorta e came about modificatIOn 0 l ryW'4 SI ,-l1 Thisut l'iv.-atoek4rataln IalrvI '

has notSifcecmedf clearttohhelaveralt'J: nd J1ecessar method. t h3-- rd's messenger i41 Medal Fl ;1ii4, tb s .$1.60iIIslury !I' No., I can Tom .1

citizen ISthoUfrh | itlwas thoutfhtltnf _1s1 i i >um on i vtn RG Flour ,24IIbs4'1.65'9Ths.I,2 /liNo.\3 aD Toi t tOflj3'.25: '! :
war had something' do 1with'' itfwSo y .hC: c1fnst! Et r.1! . 'J'J: t eul: pa|>err < ... ,w/ ....... .

... a congressional investigation was 'nits: Dani.il 1 2:34.: 35, 45-4l-3l"Isa; : ,; .1ST OF NAMES STRICKEN FROM yi *"WKOI bbI'1'!.. 6.20 I Best CreameW __.:..

called and these facts brought to Ih -1:8: ; Matthew' 2:1-11 ; Ephesians THE CITY REGISTRATION I ) HUNT 1 -.FurnlHhcd rooms. or Self-rising Flour, 24 tb sack 1.50 : Best Oleo Butterine tb .'.' .33
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light: nparlmntif for <
During the past year we went to 1:4-6.: BOOKS BY THE CITY COUNCIL I in "mOil>in, convenient I hoiiHe. p .Plnle.j 12 Ib tack Self-rising Flour ; Nut Butter & _ . -_ _ _ .33
AT A MEETING HELD ON JANU. MIH i g 10VllH.. Ke.tl lOHtntc And 1nsui.inre -

4' ever Europe before.five times-It was as a much war necessity.ajugar as lOW ALASKA WOM4.'IR41SED/ ARY 1ST. 'A. D. 1918. __ MR I !M.tbdette St I I'hono 242i 1-2 Bbl. _ _ _ __ _ _ _ 6.00 !. Keller's Toasted Corn Flakes .11

Though a shortage was produced in FUNDS FOR RED CROSS Aniior iin. .Iohn (,.,;"l 1.1 0.,1' f, ,,'" "'11\' I I-' iii s.xr.i': on .HFNT--N..w. ootturc. Lord Calvert Coffee, I Ib.32 : Post Toaries _ _ __ _ _ ..10Kelloe's
Aplly I 4ii': Vine ;
this country we' were not compelled "lImllo. I"I OJ "IUlf'"o'IIIH"n. ( | :.!..!!. .Ir.t.2111":1:
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.\ I II. I.,1 fi, ,,,in, i Its Maxwell House Coffee I Ib .30 Krnmbles _ Uh_ .10
to pay shortage prices. .\I.I'n.I I .\. m"\.lf-I", II':0.:1'1.:11: : I To Imy or rent, Hinall I I ftirmin
Cutting down our ration did The American Red Cross!' has re-, ."tsoi. .1 K. m.\.1 ( eitriiH uioor land uititl.ifor i Shredded Wheat Biscuit __ .13
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sugar t"" 1.10'III" Bliss Coffee __ .:_ _ _ .26
.. fruit I 01 truck 1'lcaHts I iflv' price and, I uu
cived rsmittpne\ and the followingcttcr I ... .
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not hurt in fact "twus a positivbenefit" : a : 1I"IIry (eel I ti.s "'.1 fr"n .Its1tt.n. I
t us .. ,I"H"'I I | Ion In lttei AddrcHM SamIK Sweet Feed 100 Ibs. J _ __ 2.60.
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from u woman in a town in t "' ,1 fi.1 ,11\ . Senate Coffee best there is .32
to the average citizen.The 1"1111., .1. II 4 h\\\ rn, 1'11\ I l'eIiI-i. 11..1.. I'll. (!:8. I'-llpil. ,
1.-' majority of the people are proud of Alaska: lIu'k) 1.11 ,."1... 4., "ii',''\ ..,t ri.."', .. Vesper good coffee .30 Oats 100 Ibs. _ _ u_ __ _? 3.20
I .\ 1111Ig I ;i .1.Nl' ror ail-. U 2r. a very
"I nm sending a money' order I \V ,,. ,' 1,1-n
T having taken some small part in aiding you IIl1rl'r. 1 iisi\ i ii ri ''''' 11 \ '
I 1Iiahi' tist ('Oil hilt ki. pr.iriiet ahi pi"LIiitii'14 Short 100 Ibs. __ _ __ 2.95
for the nmount of J6.r.O.: to be used -1ilIii-k.: 'an..y. iiitisi .1 fi.iii <'Its'Iltililtol .24Arbuckle' u u
1917 Coffee .
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our allies in their necessity and '. ,, ,. '"1 I'Jalll: 4 i'Iii "IIKII. uu
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feel that have r(r the Red Cross. I collected it from ... 11s*. 24t11i1 Bran 100 Ibs __ __ __ 2.60
distinctly gratified we C "nl\ II. I H. n. "i '\.1 I fT. 'i. <'4 11\ Coffee .22 uu
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'ihi; on two Tin Dredges working '. u' -
not been held for war prices on : men f'.rrdl. I" S---------- .1..1
up here: in the summer. I'nm the onlient 4?1 hl"h"lm.I .\. !II. _ .mn\.1 from city !Fill I( SAU';.--(-.."' "-te 'IIOIIRC fiirtilnhIIIKH. I White Bacon lb---------- .33 Cotton Meal 100 lbs 7 2.80
the product consumed at home Further f."leI..II.I I.'. N.,1 ,' ..i tI oneniltlnw room nulti, one than these points the public generally vhite woman here and my nearest I 1I0"n.i f', W. _lI1o\.lf""III" 44 1I.n"M'n" vI room ..ult,.. tuo bed loom suite Feed Meal 100 ILL ___ __. 2.35
loses interest in the investigation. -I Vaboer ( white woman) ale 50 miles I U. 4'tin a. __ _I1IOV..i1 f"111 ,..It"Jrh.I i'ook Hto\t' unil, 1 it I a lu-a. Call I I at I I'. IIIlurn'B. Breakfast Bacon, 1l------ .40
from here. I have been here 10 years I I 11..111. ,\I..H _. ___._ _ _""is'ii fromdlY Potatoes, 14 Ibs. _._r___ .48 I
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00 without been outside but tried to ,, _,__ _,, ... small null liveiicreH Kerosene OiL cJ _____ .13
l..i: I Vi 't-t fl iov til iii clivl II. i4AI.I-A house u-<
my best to 'do rny'bit for our Boysin : :.;; . : I-------------: : iiis-: ::::: r. ::in: (:I I : of Oil k hammock land "partlyeletircd I Cabbage( tb __- -_______- .05
TOPICS FOR WEEK OF PRAYERThe this awfull War.' I had only two 1.'lInl. I.. I I.I. _ ___ _ ."11\.1 from city I nnnn fetu-ed : oniih |2no) ; III- | Compound Lad Ib ___ ___ ,25
consider lucky O'ulI., .". I"", .ry ._ _Int-eI rrom 1'1110''JlII..t. <|lllre at :.Illfi Hoyal HI 3llpilVi I Rutabagas tb ________u__ .04 Thread.
myself spool
refusals
so ; W. e.--------------- ,1..1 _____uu ,05
Federal Council of the and a little bit proud. Please let me O..II-\'r.' II. 1 >. ___ ._ _-nIiv4'(i Crom ,'11)' \ : boo honey Send Knmpl. JnckHonvlllc Coarse GriU. 4 Ibs. ____ 25 Brooms. 55e and
know when you receive it." ((1 r,",'a. .\rlhll'" H __ _011".1 fr..m elly Cracker Works Juel"",,,,. uu ___uu._ ,70
Churches of Christ in America hasissued .
(I W. A. i-il f ,,, city vllli. >. Kin 50StVANTI'l ;
reorv. to is ro
Fine Crib Ibs.
4 .25 National
_______ OaU. box
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the following topics for a : 11""dY"II" r. W 'r. _111\'d fro",, 1'11"IIr 4\ ,. u : u_ _ .10
AUTO CLUB HAD GOOD ). ..J'till ii 'I'nl i I,1 rr,,ii. ..II, \ Kxperlenred yoniiK lililvHtenoirrnphcr
week of prayer for all evangelical < 11111 I I 0". IV H. f cot I. ii,iv.l tr.i in ci 11 I II ,. with knowledtte of Sugar 25c worth to a customer II Wizard Wash. SoaD. 7 ban .25
churches 12th. MEETING MONDAY NIGHT I us ls. .I :\1. .011".1 r'ii,, <"il I ) .."..k keeping wiintR iioHltlon in or
January 7th to .Jittiui4ifl. t'Itts' .1 r n1ll,1 (v.1,0 c-I 11 t y near I(I sal in in'e. a8 Itt" ,i4itfii' "h'r or __per lb. ______ ___ _______ 09 Fancy Prone 30 to 40 to Ib
The subjects are issued with the approval J.hOH"'I. '1'. H ifl'Cii (rein I'll I y' ii.Nteno-liookkei)i I It*KH than $nHitlir <>
(Continued from Page One) .lull"H"". .1' Il "iii'''i',1 ri'o.i ,",1.I.nmb. t 1. > nut i..",Ii.I.I'rpl.Vrll., *' MlHt I Lima
Beans _______ .16 2 Ibs. tV
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of the Evangelical Alliance for I I. !II. _ "11I\,1, fr"",, I'll' Hi.1,11 TllKKle. 11N II url HUlV. At- u _______ __ _ _ ,34
N. C. to Oxford Durham 1.111)', .laH \V 11hitI I.intii, n"! S-ltpil
demon over -
the United States and are practically Greensboro Wmston-Snlem I.i I.oiil... 1'.1" "r,1, 11"\,1, t't.ii .4 I ) Navy Beans ,18c Ib. 2' for_. .35 Fancy Peaches.. 2 lbs for _ .34
the same as those issued by the ISrit- 1",11"11.I .,.. 1-1. I II.I ", ..ttl Iriii .-It ) : HA\H li Int..r trenHM. lumbor t(>
Salisbury Charlotte, Spartanburg, I.tiiici-l,,-r. I': It iis,'01 rro" ti II'lllnx. ) I I 141|liiNi> of \"etn'.iiHonnhle I If necil-, / -
:ish Evangelical Alliance: Greenville; Anderson, Athens Gray- I.. I': ,,1"11,1 I 1\,1'' 'I( iin% of this It I IK a icood oppor-; Everybody cordially invited. You will be
treated
'7.Thanks Stone Mountain Atlanta from :ui-'I', I'. J ,iii-.l, fr.i .'lls" ii II its to IMIV' Mtiini, IH oil tot) the right.
Monday January son. ; :\liii, lii,. I II r-:. ,,,,,\--i i rr.n" , itO.'I'iii ''"I"| I "tint wtiH 11'1".1. S i-- ".1 1r.lolin
giving.and.. Confession.! ThanksgivingFor Atlanta to Macon via Jonesboro, (;rif- : 1""d..1 ,. iiiis 1.11 I'r.ii I'll' I, I"I"1, II.ill: :l-llp

.. the unnumbered mercies of the tin latter, Harnesvilk'route takes, and the Forsvthe tourist through This :Iiv'r.N-il.: ,; 1.1''. I It 5 lilli:,%Sh-:, :I ti.Iii:::::,::, ;ii:'iIi ::) : I Pol: (Jl ICK S \ i.i': l.otH 1H3-I04 K..<. Split Nickle GroceryPHONE

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year now closing. spite three of the largest cantonment s, one l'tli'I.'Ic. 01,'''''''' n't..s ,I t'n' , i ,isI : :, \ i l-i.:: .., It,"HiKIIIIII i-il.,
ful antagonism of war for the ever- ut Spartimliuri one at Atlanta and! I-. t h i'. I II I .T, Ii i.hs-.1 I r"tii, i i.IsI '-. I II,, I'i.i., _ _ _ :S. :\11,1r !
ut :Macon. I I'. ,,,1 it 1. 1\ I II I 'I.i's',1 I I i ii", 4 \ 1 I 141. 422 BROADWAY.
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widninK circle of lirolherhood inChrifct. "I'I., ,:I i II. i F. .li. I"'l..i I f""I'O'it.li' I
Confession Thut "'lourist *. a arriving from I Indian. i'iM.' .II,%. 'tits, I I. ii..l, r""1,1,1, , IiIIll's _
Christian Illinois and, :Mulligan:: this w <...'k. reth.it ' 'I' i" .... r, ..... , THE MAN TO GO TO
witness even at its bent HO little reflects d( construction: I ln'- H""..i... ,i-: i I' ii',, d ..,.. I Ill' '... .
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the mind of Christ. Prayer t\\11_ Nashville and! :Mammoth CineMa I-: ,." .1. .1, ,",". .. f'i, I or t \tin Inttfiiiu' I .I. -
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Uussi'lvill" unil! Howling ( I'<'('I1. n..I," I.: S ",'I' ,I' .
the followers of ... ... -
that Christ .piling: I' .1 In .N.I.I .
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the truth in love, may make no compromise "III\ "Is "l.i ii t- I ft ,, 1Ii 1\ .. .
I weather t 'Iheiefoie the rout. frnm "' . ,,,, 11: I I. ,ii,ii' . I .. ,'"s. or .--r.t. hrlflut'x n.1! rcliilnlnun TAKE NOTICEDON'T
with evil. That tho numlicr . .. ,, , ,, ,, n Hi. \.iiir-' M<*
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Louisville to NnshvP'e]' i.. I Louisville l l1Iartlsto'n. -'n.' ii""' I
I S.ilI,1t'i" ", ,;i-N: :. II'.. . 01 I .. Isi WILBUR A. GINN. Civil Ensrinecr
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of those who look forhis glorious appealing -I Buffalo I llanlvville I (flits-!'; I UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE
i :-"-i,) 4,. 1\ .\ ii I"" ., f s,, ; ,t" WAIT TO PAY YOUR 1918
may be incrpared. Readings : i 1/=,0"", 'Scottsxille: ( Jalleton 'lIl'IHI"I'-i 'Siiii'iti'i: \\'. I.P: ii'iiis'i''! Iii .1 1I >0\1'0111 tl. I
Konville, Kden\\old, :Xnshville.' } The I'I"I I I 111'I LZ''. ...":" [l 11'l ''',.,' "! _' '' ----- -, CAKUFFEUR
AUTO AND LICENSE
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Act Matthew 2:28-'iO: :
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| loail from, :Murphreesboro Tenn.. to ,. ,
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2:21-2"5 l'iII" i' \\,11'", \ ililiS ,,I II I ,, I Il'ht.I ,
Peter : : ; I John 2:3-fi; I Thsnlonians I Chattanooga in impassivbVc ItowIrver ,, ..,,. .$ SV ii-. ..4, I I.1. Tag must be on January 1st Misdemeanor for operating motor vehicle
0:22.Tuesday the Pixie I Il lrhwn" nssoeitionreports \\'iiiil. It. It ii"" .1 I rrOl" cIt '
4 W"Io'h. 1\'. I'} i,, .., ..,1 I rnm'II) Alexander without State Tag after that date.
r ", January 8.-The Church j that less than 1000() feet remains \\ csil, 1-1 r-:. n"T t f....'" ,'IlyI' I I Finlay, .
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The "One of which to le; comp'etod on the cut over \ "f\r. I 1'1\01 K a,,hi'c.1 Ii .itit, City
Universal fiody" |
b.- the Cumberland mountains this \\\,1\11-, \ .\. I.. nil'\", .4 li, ,,ln city 116 S. Orange Avenue to Ernert Amos
o-a Apply
s i :, Comptroller ,
Christ II the Head. Thanksgiving \\0111, lilt. I' I. lTiiVsil T din .11\' ,
route. The route from Nashville to \\ i'It'li. 'r .j', ...", ,I f, ,,,,, 11\' Orlando Florida Tallahassee
kt For the body of Christian Witness Atlanta is via Murphreesboro hel- 11s.' 4 ""11,11 ss ill "IsI ,-t .." 'I1..d"\\) \ .1' I Florida.
I ( I I.', hrlu,,,')' r.lh. A I> I I''I I '. at ; :i1. 1to '. M.. '
That IIuntsvill "
throughout the ages. a common byviHe! l Knvetteville, Qt- \ Residence """
kiini. h..1r "-0'" prill 11 IH PI' ills r..rllo" and Grove, Sand Lake i
tiiiiville. hoax (;Gndsden Forney Rel1lit.by.Expresi, PojtofTice Order or Cashier's Draft
with divcisity of gifts is ,'!111111,10\1{ Ih.,1) Ihlr, iihifll'i IIIA\ I"enIIIpn'
purpose, Rome Cartersvillc and :Marietta. ln) I 'ii i"y I ""' "I r..111 It i s,t- 'I I I nn.4 Orange Ce ter. ; NOTE.-Personal check
.draylnjf .the various Communions to. I his route between Nashville and ..,,;,), .f It '111,1\10:11'1'_ i not certified Jelays delivery.

L ,I gether.. For heart-searchin'jf the Rome thc-re are a great many fords -3-St ('11.\ '(1.-rh. I Representing A. M. Klemra'i Application furnished by Tax Collector or (lie. Comptroller.

Churches concerning their inefficiency. . across small streams. In wet wua- Th. .Quinine That Doe Not Affect this Head !

.. Confession-That when the ther in the winter time this route Ber.u..pol II. tonic .iid laxative effect LAXAT1VH IMPORTANT.-Give Engine Num er.I .
is ,!impassably. So far this fall how liHuMUUUlNlNBIalicttcrtlianonlinkry i Winter Haven Nurseries
i Church **. failed the cause' Is not in ever there haD been !ittle rain in that Quinine and doe not cnune ncrvounntm lull nor I 2-tf
rltiKlncIn head. Beraemtier nameand '
''i-4"!* Jier 1*>rd, but In herself.: lOt the section. look ior,,tb. signature ot li. W. C&OVB. Joe.j /!

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY. JANUARY 4,, 1918. FIVE


a' ITEMS1 JIM WALACE DEAD "

J INTERESTING LOCAL .
J. C. Wallace, formerly of Kissim- "

'. n ,;1; ooo..t..t. 0'.0000.00'0" HOMo< -d.J.e-r-l-k-a-the French, remedy Hcrnsville, Ga., the Mast .few years, e- I
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of true value at Central Drug? Store. died at his home in that city on Saturday < -1,

'i' ! Weather Report Captain and Mrs.\ Eugene Bryan December 29th, after an illness :*
are here on a visit with relatives during of only three days. NEW YEAR
the captain's ten-day furlough. Besides a wife he leaves three .

Comfort in cold weather-a 'Good children, Mrs. Nellie Monroe, of Jack-

Following are daily temperatures rich hot water bottle is the thing, at sonville, Fla.:, Mrs. Ella Mae. Patillo
Central Drug Store. of Atlanta, tia., and Jas. A. Wallace.Mr. .
i and precipitation as reported RIGHTby
Wallace the earlier
!. by Government. stationat Miss Mary Tabor arrived last Saturday was among
residents of Kissimmee and for
i Kissimmee fo- the week endIng : from Elgin, 111., for an extended was
identified with the
Thursday, January 3: : visit with her sister, Mrs. Floyd years business here, He established newspaper and

f t Ma<. bUn Rain Correll.; published the Osceola Gazette for buying. your. Household.

;;, Friday _. _??? 62 ". 47 Help-You will find quick help several years, and was later cir.hect-\ !
... Saturday 65 '45 from stomach trouble by taking: Ads etl with other publications.:' to it d Kitchen Furniture.
,.; lerika,' for sale by Central Drug Many\ of our older. residents will "
Sunday __ _., 56 32 '
Store. remember. genial Kind-hearted Jim from us. We have three "
Monday _. 51 26 Wallace and read these lines '
?* The Baptist choir will meet for, rehearsal as they ,
a. Tuesday _. ?*. 59 30 Friday night at 7 o'clock. All will pause and drop a tear of regret floors thoroughly' stocked, :
Wednesday -_ '65 27 .singers are cordially invited to. be ; that, he is no more. '. II ,

Thursday ... 55 39 present. - and can furnish. anything .c i;
S. C. Oliver, who has been visiting' WEEK, OF PRAYER ) :

0. OO. 0600.'O... the family of his son, J. W. Oliver, needed ,from the parlor to : '
the pant several, weeks, returned Next week Will he observed by the ,,
Fire Insurance SeaA.:E. Drought home Monday. churches in Kissimmee as a week of the kitchen and our !

I4 Adlerika is all you need. Central Undertaker J. W. Thompsonre- prayer, and following,:: the program: ,

( 1 nrug Store, agents. turned Thursday from Cincinnati, Monday night at 7:30: at the Bap- ;r'

," K U. Zimmerman of St.: Cloud was Ohio where he went on' a t business; tist church' with W. B: Witherspoon" ; PRICES ARE '
a. business visitor in Kisaimmee. on trip Saturday < render:
Thursday The Bishop of Southern Florida Tuesday: night at the Methodist
church Dr. O. B. Falls leader. ;
See our Rubber goods, a fresh supply will preach at St Luke's Guild Hall, at ,the Presbyterian : RIGHT : t
Wednesday night
just received. Central .Drug: St. Cloud, at the' service to be held at \ ,
church with Dr. J., D. Sibert, :
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Wore. 3:1C: p. m., Sunday next. : I
leader. ;
Mr. and Mrs. F. Yarborough and Mr. und Mrs.. C. 'F.. McCoy of West Thursday night at the Baptist ; \

'; Mills Lilly Yarborough left for Tampa Union, Ohio, arrived Wednesdiy and church with Dn J. I). Sibert, leader. C. H GRANTHAM
' Thursday for a day's outing. will 1 1 upend several weeks in the city. Friday night at the Methodist .

When; you Dye, Dye easy; use Put- They wil! be gutrsts bt the Lincoln( church: with Dr.. O. B. Falls, leader.

, "am Fadeless Dyes, any color, at house' Saturday night at the Presbyterianchurch
', Central Drug Store. Mr. and 'Mrs. M. E. Spooner of with Dr. L. H, Kirkby, leader. : "The Satisfactory Store"g

}". I,. Schlump has rented the Glenn Barnston, Neb., arrived last Saturday The topics for consideration. for '
Huzza property on North Clyde ave. to spend 86me time visiting their old each night will' be found in this; issue 'I

..*.. ', n.dmpyo t Jhig friends, .Mr.. a,1.! ,: Mrs, G., II,. Nejv-- the! Gazette, ... ., ?> ... io',. ........ c. none.291..o.... .. : : :: .
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-"."'t i't'i''jf "ifclrtV11'1., "'"' "!" Messrs.-r: A.'eotternan and J6hn Me-- t+'Iii'srrdir ;l+:eroriA''alroeta+bar ? tOf Thex'e-kerviceM"b\Jlrht('Clte6' f fiil'geryaf \! 4.;;m..wv.s" ;"g.". !rvrezauyt: +_ureMUSax.' *"B:>Wlr"'I't'l'( ''''' -"r ;"" .vsd t wn!',*:':"rpM !r" "" nw -' ," m.: : t. ,mfflMatifyitifyi.. :"'

; Guire motored over to. Kissimmee Mr.: And Mrs. J: J. England arrived, ended and with deep! interest. In : '
0 Park Saturday to look after property in their car from Woodland Mich., I tl'>ese'war times we are interested in

interests. thin week' and are pleasantly located the eternal verities of Scriptures. - -- --- --- ---. "- ,.. -
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in at Mrs. F. (!. Thoma-
.C. II. Crumb and family are here apartments The was the best ever. Geo. COBURN'S furnishes
Bon'A home on Orlando avenue. I MRS. SYLVESTER DIES program MINSTRELS WILL for the evening's fstrvities,
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floe Uniontown, Pa., to spend the Kicketts, who lives at Fish .Lak: and BE splendid tropical and floral south sea
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winter at their cottage on I !Mr. and Mrs. Yarborough; and four attends church at that compli- HEREVEtJNESD
pretty ON NEW 'YEAR'S DAY place, I ) novelty and coloring. A few of tM
)Ia"beth'street.. I children, accompanied hr.Mr.. Yarbnrough's mented the committee and' all who ..,1 i.| favorites, Gano, Lucas, Post and
sisti'r, Miss Lilly all from I Manager Woodbeck of the Casino118s'
Misses Aleta and Elizabeth Pad- I lI's. took part that they certainly did fine. Clifford with all behind
1 new
Margaret Sylvester, wbo has ; an company
Anchor secured J.
Cross S. ( have been ,guestsat :: A. Coburn's' Greater '
Mr. and Mrs. Hick tts from
the attractive of came af wide awake
) them
gett are guests the Franklin house for the I been a citizen of Campbell Station ;Minstrels to January performers .
the-ir aunt, Mrs Milton! Pledger. They pant < Ohio five While in the appear Wednesday, and comedians and :,
two w'hs.frs.! Yarborough is i Vv the past fifty Nears, died at her years ago. 9th. The singers a com
a i is said be'the
will return home Sunday. daughter of J. H. Dillard. I'I' )home on New Year morning at 2:30 North they belonged to pn-3 of the 'most company to and'I' plete change of acts etc.. ..
-r. r ... Miss Amy Makinstm. left this weekto Luther I o'rlotk. I largest,churches in their city and had elaborately equipped .could assure them of a cordial welcome 1
enter the Women's College at Tallahassee I << Farmer formerly of Kis- While) deceased) : was past h'r the pleasure of attending Xmas entertainments < \producing the best performance in its i i as usual and capacity business.. \..
f li 'minc-p but connected! with iustory.: .
recently A beautiful scenic
where she will enroll in the I eighty-third birthday she had kept in other churches. But new open-'I i --
'. Domestic Science depai tment.Miss' ,I the Standard Oil Company's office at Vr strength wonderfully till the past regardless of the advantages, of the ing, portraying the Hawaiian Club in i That pound of'wheat flour you sav.
Jacksonville has accepted a position church the Honolulu, at which the American AliI ,
throe weeks, when she was confinedto city over country, say'
:\ Clara. Frier has returned toHr i i it (irilTin, Ga. This chance will locale i every week will weigh very heavily on
without doubt the at Cen- j tar Tennis Club as
hfir bed. The end came ,quietly ft program
EdgeIfiel,1
work AS industrial nurse at / 11
him rear his! relatives nnd will themselves' the kaiser's mind.
after plcanant week end visit' Ti,,,p. day morning. ter Park was one of the best they entertainers, etc., present
a
offer better for ad-
opportunities! I
I The buried in Pleasant ever heard. Everyone seemed to have
with her sister, Mrs. C. L. Hyatt. vancement.J. body was : I ,
Hill (cemetery beside that of her hus- the Xmas.spirit. '
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Mr. and Mrs. J. II. lIt>user have Garrick and who have I
]D family
I band a son and a daughter. She is The Bible school 'aL Center Park
arrived from Dayton, Pa., and are moved here from ryar Karnesville, survived by two. sons, John and Peter, l is one of the largest am) best schoolsin 10 CARPENTERS WANTED !
located with
piraaantly seven more '3a.. have rented the Speir house", oiMabbetle t 1 1"nd 1 n grandson, Ed, whom she rcarad, the country. On Xmas day about
of Church their townsmen at the Roy-Alia on .strict and Bent for their i all of Campbell Station. lOO1 gathered at Fish Lake at the Only First Class Union Mechanics need apply.
.. street furmluie. Mrs, Garrick's health
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ricketta and
I1eputy'County) Clerk nuJlo'k', with' seems benefited by this clmlate and i partook of ,a bountiful dinner' on the Arnold & MacDonough Contractors
his two sons, J Dick i and Ned, return it is pn.lmble! they may locate ,here WINTER RESIDENTS PROVE beautiful shores of Fish Lake. A 'I ,
I '
ed.Sunday from a hunting trip down permanently. TO BE EXPERT ANGLERSL. good social time was enjoyed by all Cllli.n. Bank Bide.. Kl..lfnm.., Fla
the river, where they found plenty The ten months' old child of Mr. i I who were there. |I

i ef birds and fish. and Mrs. :M. G.a Waring died suddenly L. S. Sponsler of Grand Rapids, On Sunday, Dec. 30, the Center
\. tittle Justina Waring,:: came up Ht their home in Lakeland Wednesday I :Mich.; H. H. Cleever of Hamilton, Park Bible school elected the following ,''!
from Lakeland Friday to spend the Mrs Waring is a daughter of officers
i Din Joseph Wesbecker of Amherst, :
,week end with her ,grandparents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. John :M. Lee of this ;
,; and Mrs. H, M. Pfann. She returned ity. Mrs. !Lee. and her daul1'hte"IIluspII I'.Ohio; John Halalla of Dillendale, O.; Geo. O. Ricketts, supt.
i. L. Cameron of Marysville 0., and
Nona Sharp, sec. and treas. Casino Then.tor
home \
,; : Monday. : :Mildred and Ethel, were with
Frank Boyner of Newark, O., accompanied Eunice Milar, asst. aee.
,,t u Mr. apd Mrs. !""/ Yarborough, J. B. the Waring family in their sorrow. by William Arnold and Arthu Alma Madison, librarian. ,

t illnrd. Miss Lilly Yarborough and C. II. Granth'am returned home 'I Gordon J3ullock went on a fishing tripto Ruth Bass, asst. librarian;
arriet Seymore were a party m 1U r- veslerday from business trip to his Canoe Creek one day this week and This school is planning for big
, g to Silver Springs on a sightseeing old home at Douglas, Ga. He -states to quote a member of the party, things this coming' year. Wednesday ,Jan. 9
trip Wednesday.Mrs. that the farmers in that section are I "caught all kinds of fish." In fact, (' ,

I J. N. Jones and children have' in high spirits over the high price the sport was so exciting that the .. .
arrived from Jellico, Tenn., tol pend deceived \\j or&: their}; cpttonthe,? prfstGranthan'j party delayed their return home till ----- -
the remainder of(the, interfseasonjin yearN ; has alarm'npar: after "dark., By this, time strong : ?
KiSHimmee.1'! I1'II.Jones.; IS"8 Ister of .j'nuglas' which he has rented .this I wind ,swasirunning the waves high on '' J. A.. COBURN'SGREATER / .

I ll,,' :\I'' Mra.\.J. l ATrammeH 'en r thot lakei and-ithe.; fishermen ,voted to Floyd's Grocery y i'\ tt.
;,i ". \ 'r. Mrs\A: '?:AWemple! Mrs. n, Modle ills :Anne' Bryan arson left yes land fand'camp' ''for' the night.' When '. _

and Miss Hopper( motored to Orlando tcrday' on ,the Tampa' Special for the party failed to make their appearance -
yesterday from Kissimmee ,and spent Jacksonville enroute for New York here it was thought they
several i hours greeting friends and City, where she will be connected for I were"out of ,gasoline:: or had had a PRICE LIST MINSTRELS't
hopping. -Morning Sentinel! ( Fri.) several weeks with the financial campaign 'I I break down, so solicitous relatives

Clint Simmons of St. Cloud and for.the Y W. C A. war fund. packed n lunch basket and were start- I .

Miss, Effie: Bass, daughter of Dave ;Miss' Inl'1.-Carl'on will supply as manager ing out as a relief party the next Oleomarcerine _____'--_____$ ,30
of the Kissimmee Telephone Co. morning when the fishermen arrived Above Brand New
Hails, were married by Judge Tf.] Always Par--Everything
during her absence.C. at the city dock, with tales of the delicious Creamery Butter ______u_ .50
Murphy Thursday morning Mr. and
Mrs. Simmons will live in St. Cloud. W. Weddington) one of Kissim- l "specks" broiled over the coalsof No. 2 Early June Pea _____ .15 -- -- - - --- -- -.-- ---
their fire and all kinds of ex
former residents from Atlanta camp
me ,
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A. H. Herndon who is a civil'en No. 2 Soaked Pea .10
Ca., has. arrived for another visit. citement. uuu Sparkling Array of Minttrelsy's Selected Talent t

gineer!: of and was formerly county has rented engineer :Mr. Wellington, spent last season at No. 2 Tomatoes. 2 for ____ .25 e
'Orange
county,
the Chas. Dann residence on Bryan other; Florida cities, but says he came NO OBSERVANCE OFLIGHTLESS No.' 1 Sliced Peache _u___ .15 6 Big Vaudeville Acts' 6
back here this year toet,:: more of
street and has moved his wife there.
our good oranges.! He says, too, that NIGHTS HEREA Small' Kream Krisp _______ .35
Mrs. I. I,. McMullen and two children his hoarding,:: place is so pleasant he Medium Kream Kriso ___. .70
from the West Coast, spent was glad to come back. I ,Charley Gano in his latest Comedy Scream
Christmas; with her brother John Ted, good deal of Speculation has' been Large Kream Krisp __ 1.40 '
der, and family leaving Tuesday for Mr. and Mrs J. C. Steinhaus and made as to whether Kissimmev wouldbe u u ."Darktown Submarine Chasers

fi visit at Kissimmee.-Haincs City two children of Ocala I motored to Kis- ] affected by the government ruling Oatmeal ____ _..__ ,____-_ .10 .. .. ,
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I Herald.t slinm'e last week for a visit with Mr. I requiring':: the observance of lightless Small Peanut Butter __ .10 --r.
,- ,..*." Mr. and Mrs John Kelley of De- red Mrs. M. I D. Alexander] The 'par Thursday and Sunday nights and Uu Seots on Sale at Osceola Pharmacy. Prices, $1.00, plus War Tax,
ty, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. opinions; seem to differ on the subject 12 oz. Cooked Brain __uu .20
Mont, Iowa, have arrived to spend I $1.10.
Alexander went in their to Tampa
car some maintaining that as the
.25
\ No. 3 Pumpkin., for __
the winter season in Kissimmee. I and Ol. to St. Petersburg, where city consumes wood in producing the uu ?5c, plus War Tax, 83c. Balcony, 50c, plus War Tax, SSc.
They are pleasantly located in apartments they stopped at the Poinsettia Hotel light, nothing would be gained by No. 3 Hominy. 2 for ______ .25
at the J, H. Gilbert home
on 'I hUI'sday.Jr.! Steinhaus and '
Main street family such conservation Red Snapper Sauce _______ .15
I' left here for their'home Saturday. Mayor J' S. Cadel, when interviewed
G. B. Woodall and family of Kis Politicians and statesmen [ Hiiid to a representative of the Hinch Salad Dressing, small .10

simmee Brack Johnson spent Wednesday of Narcoossee.with Miss Mrs. out to HIP Jews the return to mry the Holy pold 'Gazette, "I have given the IM I(matter(! Potted Meat __uuu__ .05 : f"",,",,"J.' :'"''"''"'' 'IH" "'':''Ii':""'';"'"'::::: ? iI.
careful consideration and
i e no
Land and national
Miss Lillian Brack returned with a prosperity, and 3 Ib Blue & Gold Coffee .85 I
for The can
change.
reason
any city contracts -
this be
hope realized for short
| may a
of them the as wock.their guest for the remainder I time 1 but i j.. it the great consummation for the wood supply by the 1 Ib T. M. Blend u_______ .30 hA 'We take thin method to thank our customers Individually
year and in event of our depriving
efore
set the Israel of God in
Dr. II. J. Sloes has come from Orlando the I'l""t..rl'; ,! ? This[ _suhiect!;. will Ye orrselves of light service on these 1 Ib Floyd; Hobby uu___ .35- and collectively, for the_patronage .given!. _us .in..-the_- year
and will be one of Kiasimmec'tt given' Sun:'av night at Willson's hall. nights, nothlng'wduld be saved. Even Union1 'ye-U wabej"_.JI. .40 just passed.
permanent residents. He, with his' n'ni> pul. In is invited\ to come. Good the wood burned at the light plant is
family, will occupy the bungalow on I O1u .io. l'-pi hing at 7:30: o'clock.] ;: sluh.s left at the mill that would be 1 Ib Tampa Bay Hotel ____ .40 Business was good and we heartily appreciate it. In

Sumner street formerly\ Known us the I HIII'Jl.'t tonight) "The Seven Last burrrd as waste M they were not usedin Crystal White Soap ___u__ .05 the first place, it is our aim to keep our store clean and
Waring residence. : Plug'II" "' this manner. l
Judge and Mrs. G. I F, Parker, accompanied I Ki&simmce is not' wasteful or extravagant I Lenox Soap ____ __ _ __u_ .05 sanitary in every department. And we have endeavored to

by Miss Helen Jones, motored Mn: A. H. Dillard I and'dnuA'hter, in the ''use of lights and Grandma's Washing Powder .05 give you prompt and accurate service, together with the
II :Miss Katherine\ of Spartanbuig, S. I it need
from Okcerhuhee, City this see we every light we are
week for up a visit with relatives in Orlando I C., withII'K! Alive Layton and now using, especially is this so in Eagle Brand Milk _ -__ _ .22 1 best quality of goods: we can obtain at a reasonable con I.

and Kissimmot They left for ,]i' 'd.iujrhtvr.. ', Miss: Katherine, of Union, the, residence section. I Tall Salmon ___ ___ uu __ .20 i We hope our service hag been satisfactory, but for
their home Thursday morning. 'S ( 1111'1| :Miss Laura Dillnrd l, of "This. is the tourists'! season and

SpnrUiiiluirg, nriiVPil Wednesday( for many strangers in th.a city who are f Mince Meat,! __ ____ --- -- .10 I jLipton's 1918-we will strive to increase our efficiency in every
IN II. Sitton and wife with T. A. '' I
'a few visit with relatives theFranklin
days' at not familiar with it, and for civic Cocoa Vo Ib __ _ .25 ,
of Clares Alberta t'an-
1 Irurton Home I -- I way.
housp. ;Miss i Millard will remain reasons. if for no other we should j
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nda', are in Kissinimpe looking over hen1 for the remainder of the make Kissimmee attractive us longa MarketLoin :MAKE A MEW YtiAK RESOLUTION TO LET THE; I
section with of investingin Meat
qfV 4..11M a'ww winter season, while the others in thep.uty ,> no fuel would be conserved l hy I
cattle ranch piopeity and will will leave in a few days for a turning off the lights." I

pinbahly locate here ,permanently. visit, in Tampa and, will return later W. A. Joiner; superintendent the Steak u\\_ __ _ __-=_-25c I Corner Drug Store
E. f fl.! Stilson and wife of Worcesj j I in the Moitson.iMASONS l eltttrif light plant said in reference \
Round Steak __ _ _____25c
ter, !Mass., arc ,prominent among tlH'i| --- to the subject: "Kissimmee has no I + I
winter residents DC Kissinmice and '' white way ahd few cluster Chuck Steak _ ___________20c
CONDUCT FUNERAL very SERVE YOU-CALL PHONE 297
are located in uparlwnls at what lights. These with the signs! at the Roast _____ ________20c to 25c
was formerly )known as the !Dr'l j I OF FLOYD CORRELL entrance to the hotels, etc., and the and we positively guarantee satisfaction as to price and
Downing residenc. on Clyde av nue. signs for the garages arc all that Rib Stew __uu____?,-lSc to 25c .

"Mother Goose" will be at theCa- Kuneinl services were held over the could possibly come under the ruling, Pork Chop*________________25c quality as well as satisfactory service.
kino Friday, January 18th, with the body' of Floyd] l Correll Saturday at in my estimation." Again thanking you for your kind patronage of, 1917,
"Old< Woman Who Lives in a Shoe." I I'the home on Clyde avemia at 10 Pork Rout __._ ________--_25c we are sinc..lyCorner

These photo plays are general favorites o'clock conducted by the Masons of Pork Stew _______________,-20c
everywhere and will without I j this Ke/ O. IJ.
I city. Falls! preachedthe
1 doubt be well patronized in Kissim I sermon. A large concourse of CENTER PARK -

mee. friends gathered at this service: to We also carry a full tine'of cured Drug Store .

Miss Lillian Brack, one of Oiccoln pay tribute to the memory of the meat. .Come in and see n*. Free
county's best teachers, has returned dead and extend their sympathy to The Center Park Bible school had a '
from the educational association at the bereaved wife. Christmas tree in the school house on delivery in city.PHONE. M. S. MAY Manager.f .

v t Daytona. While on the coast Miss The floral offerings; were among the Christmas eve. The tree was of hol-
Brack visited .the world's famous most beautiful ever seen in this city. ly, the most beautiful ever 176 ,

beach, '>'Seabreeze and around by St. Undertaker Thompson accompanied \ ??!! "''',,-? .....>,your a present eyes for '1\ 1: ;,':.:."""' .'; r'' 1 .,: ;:;'.m"' :,,l ;l"'r' ( ( _.11. .J.

S lajruatine. ,J.he body to Cincinnati, Ohio. .e/eryon' and lots that were not there. I ''Ii.:' <."
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1 SIX THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY. JANUARY 4, 1918. '

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I w The Dining Room of the \.. CROP PESTS: NUMBER 17 County Agents' Report I I Catarrh. ; of Throat : 1 ).


k Manhattan Hotel Duval County Food Committton crop
Osceola. County: The citrus
,Miss Amalle\ Ruzlcka 1449 South .
!, ,Now Open Thia is the seventeenth: of a seriesof << ail known, and the selection must be. In this section is moving rapidly, especially 16th St., Omaha Nebraska, writes: Could ,

Mr*. R.. B. Savage. Owner and Mgr articles covering the control of made in the field. the oranges. The bulk of the "I have suffered with catarrh of the Not Sleep
r the various insects and diseases we Leaf Roll and Curly Dwarf are crop is running to small, sizes due throat. I' caught cold and It settled

may expect on our Florida crops. I names which indicate the characteristic mostly to the lack of spraying for In my throat, and I coughed badly No
shall endeavor to give directions<< for of two other diseases BO far and was very weiUc. I could not sleep
avoiding trouble as far as possible, little known but are seemingly transmitted rust mite. Cattlemen are dipping and had no appetita. I had two d Appetite r,
for recognizing it when' it appears, on seed, Particular care their,cattle now NO they<< wilt'atart the' tors and had taken BO many tnttl

and for the best control. These articles should be taken to plant only such winter free from ticks. 1I\ I medicines and found no help. I thought Now Well. e

G Cillisox) F FIIRMER' cannot cover all individual seed<< << that has been grown under 1.ade.County) :., A large part of the I will' have to give up; but It lat I We Alway
needs, so I invite personal strict protection. Buying seed from my mother read about Peruna, BO
deuce, whether from the corrl'lIpon-1, I the open market. invites! these various field work. has been 'done with,, tractors thought of. trying that great medicine Have PERUNA in the
t garden or commercial troubles., this year; they have helped tt( I'eruns.ot a. bottle of It and In

SELLSFire MRS. N. M. O. I'RANGK, Black Leg la a bacterial disease solve the labor problem and are asuccess about four day I almost stopped Home. .
Chairman of Committee<< on Plant I carried on sued The plants look coughing, and after a v.hilo I surely medi.l
op our soils found relief, ''and from that time we Thj>" who object to liquid
undersized. The bran-
Jacksonville -
t Disease and Insect t'pntrol, sickly and arc
.
Seminole County; The, high prices are not without Peruna in our home." tines can procure Peru"a Tablet
Life, Accident ,and ; Fla, ches and leaves tend to> grow upward,
r -- lIIJIII forming a more'compact top than the of fertilizer materials is causing a -- -_.----.--

Health Plate, Glass, Liability IRISH POTATOES natural outspreading ,position. The shortage' in the production 'Qf food.. INCOME TAXES in the time presciibed IS !going' to, regret !-

Late blight attacks all\ parts of the! +! young rib. The leaves plant may l becomes fold over lighter the'gieen mid, 'the. nitrate of Iddl.situa. { oJl is. particularly --- It, The government will _. get ,

and Boiler Insurance. plant ,but? shows first along! thi" edijeof then fellow and finally dies *lhepaiticular :acute.HilLsborough, -it after the ,slackers. .
.Jacksonville<<', Via., 'p)('(" '2<;i.- will '
of the in wateryup .
midrib"
\ Irt.1ves in Trn clulIwtys \ '
manifestation, however Bounty: hardly
Legal Bonds Executed'sSame la that ,turn brown/ 'and dry out indry .liI blackening cijuire u small army ot hv.-n to take "?'here's/! a business, m:in*
is
dternnnipgthis < the
I"IIse \ \ I. weie sent' from this county to who\ ,
weather or block and soft in wet will foundthough the inl'ol11e tax churns of persons: merchant<< professional/ nan
of the stem: This btj! .
I II juln geperullybordete1 i the slviit course at the<< University. ? make return of .
Day Needed.: weather 'Ihe ( <| are .j by pulling, up the plants, ; inHeJC subject to the new law. won't have to : << a in '
; J lil'ht.l'r'n: aleu./ Under )"lot'i 1a.
by a mold ases It may extend several < Collector of Internal Uevenui: come.: 1"1I1'1I11't'8 i as a class, will have. ,
white .
oonditioiw .
moist u inches almvo the surface of gtound.AK Lake County: Seven club boys,
do
under 'side of' K-aves de-'I James M. Cuthcurt today ann'ounc.ed to t pay th'tax.. The! safe thing: to
velops on ,
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.Uil" disease pi ogresses a soft, wet including, the State corn-club champion
; total
OFFICE:' Stale Bank Building the field, will give off u peculiar ,clvcay Rets in .on I'te mI"\ wet v'ealh1 i| that thirteen officers will start from is for every 1 IHMNOH! who had a

I me odor that can lJu'1I0ti'ed. at. come'. et the plants may lie! killed, (|fukkl)',) were senttn the short!; course his headquarters on January 1st. and income' of'J1JMXI) (' or $:JHIO( ( as the t : case
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'11 distance, curried: .1iI'II.ltut.but in dry weather it may; work slowly | fur club. buys at'. the .University'of on January 2nd everyone of them<< mny lie, and who, ID 'not, sure. ah.*ut: ,'. ;:, ,'.....
lq
on
I Blight: 'may !' I and ,Bonn-times! has the name effect Florida "'
deductions; thu law allow him, : ; :""
amount of need' Silcction or will .be on the job in the' county assigned what ,,
KODAK FILMSrI no diSin-'j as Kosctte in farming!: little potatoes/ MaViatee County: The BKent' vaccinated -: in'the .; :,
fpotion will f>rote on
Developed. lOc a !Roll ulenty of blight 172 hogs for, fourteen farmers
attack. There '
are I
of the disease I income tax come tux) man.
Though the: germs help them make out their<< .'
Prints, 2, 3 and 4c'path : organisms! in all sections ready to develop -> the filst \seek in December.Lee << '
in' have
are in the seed potatoes, the icturns. The officer assigned to this 1 Ih'.! man the field will
rI t'' Something 'new<< -- not the- prices<< wlvn cool, moist weather vcI do, not' usually. show trouble) Plu'.1 County: The crop of peppersis << forms for everybody 11111ll'r"ollll w ii.,
/
I
curs. is due to. arrive here Feb "
county << on
what you"get fvr them. I about six eight inches :';; ..
l but << or ( short but prices are beyond exportation !- .
J Irish potatoes) should be sprayed iOth to call on him need not troublethemselve
expect
', I fur Black Leg has given no evidence I / 11th and to remain<< until Feb '
"FLIM S. Bordeaux mixture at intervalsof nelli/ig 1O.. U. Fort Myers at I
with
to write to officer:
nile plllllt'to ; my
of spicadmg from another I both dates inclusive lie! will have his
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P. O. Ron 1319 INrgnfltola. from ten days to three weeks noMaiicJiiiff \ $:1.73: lo $4-.a -crate.Thefarmers areLucie .. .
WIOf'f'fitI1; jrfr''the 11L ol of ..1Nihj.o.r\ in I office in lIimml'e'ln the "forms. -- : - -, ., .
e court -- ---"
:. : 'SanHfifft: ':;tt.mjtba; : ';!1111J.ll.; 'fht kol ra.1WAj SrfizJiklr! lrrfSL4Lion : ',-ill 'ry, . t h g' p.dC8, I -;: H: ,
: : : .Ir.J.T: 1. . .
1"la'l ; : ; .
U-o" inlws"1Vighifhe 'Sftq-M + +r <) ,
f ; plants are four or live ;; ; ] b dl'tl'rmh1l'd.-rr.tllI.. / jr''' ltc o wbawa:bttri.\\"'. i t'wx lta ?
..oo OG shorter intervals in rainy or foggy heems'to 1' i :St. County: 1'ig, clufc woes '- l+): ify'bififekrfd t : *'ir1Ht 4i '?!ir: number of pieces of diseased 1 pptutoeslplanted. 1' day of the dates named-!
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r. periods and the longer in dry, ( very popular among the boys.: exchange try our classified column
M. TILLER !. The <>nl.\' control .IK In c-ecj\\1| "It will 1 be well for Hunny! ones. selee,lion. I'ort 'l'l'\\'n are now', engaged) in the It brings! results. ,

Real Estate II I Do not *ait for blight to show in <(< T.i', be continued.) I I work, and all are getting good re person whose net income for I --.--'---
the f field bjfore beginning your spray I 1917 itf", $1000 or over, and, every married
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sults. Don't the home gulden
negleit
......ee..fe..eeeeefee..ee..eRealty operiitlonu The Uonleau< mixture person living with wife hus-
'A BUCKEYE
FOR or
stimulates the (growth of Iribh -potatoes , SEND. I Pasco County: r'armers! are greatly Frosts., may come and 1 floats! may /go
bought and sold. 'NURSERIES CATALOGUE band whose net income for 191! ? is
and is! worth all it costs! ill thattdreet ___ i Int l ('('. ted in' planting cotton and 'but t the war and t the .necessity; fir !
Houses rented. alone I $:WOO or over, to call on the income;
l'Ii, IK-, and a .(food acreage will prob11"ly raising seems. to go'on( forever,
The who nuice-'ds is the man i ( crops I
man .
Bordeaux feltl'lrwth.t'I'
be conlroll'vl' |
Taxes paid and Titles verifiedfor lili (ht cannot by tax man and ] or not
I mixture powder of by! the "Mh" keeps up. with the times. He is i be the exult "
I' tax saidCollector
will to
they
non-residents. huItny( pay, 1
weaker liquid sprays ,Use at least! ( diistantK reading i all that he tan' )DeSotaiuntvf) Truck -clops: arc Drives Out Malaria, Uullds! Up System
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance. formula tind about his busine-s. getting intiuih : of Internal Revenue James j
the 4 4 50( honn'-m.ide; 01 not Ill' pi niiiiing\ as u-suul at' this time The old stanilitM c'nrral utrenifthrninii tonu.OKOVI .
I and one-half noumU 9 c'imiineilal with IK\ w' .ideas of tffi U'ni\" M 1. ('atluuit tod. \ The ,person sub! ..'s 'i \sll II,s>, civil lONIC.drivcsoullfatjtl I
<.e\ !'ii r. ancl l iixtliixls that ,reduce. hi< "''f t the yea I''I'uo muih i.tni, and some hr | ..?nrii Indemnity Bondi. < paste th! dftfin! if oils, The >- > Vl I new .i.t to tax who doesn't maUe return ,. AUiut"uic. V">t adulti and chiluicu. doc t
." ,' }Jbfi I folmulu or ten pound., paste; is 1".tl'I.! i rust < to tin niininiuin and 11(1.0' hi- fifM, Love caused th' sctbaikiMde 'j'I

+ v44 pE I Early BliKht xhow:: in |''ru\isi; t j piolits to t lu) maximum ("unty : The tables 'raps
I .lei'f tirirreu,,'ular ill I In utiuflowing! ( this is just 111 --- -
brown
spots all
fioni I (If ;Miami's hotels I nnl i I res
shupe and mark(''] )b\ ,iiuulii: r rings, 1.1. tie as IM guy other fold :>::1'id, *:jks :
turn':ints t lumlv mine ),al.l k in the form
E one within the oI1w!'. Often the .potsso rum( out e\i\ \rail, I hat ale distinctly -
in.rea; :"e in sire :and number as: lo wOI'11thill'. These\ new ideas '' of put k, as this material ill fed daily
I cover the whole'leuf. tissue! but the aKgenerulj' lust jiofed by the nurse- ': tu about .5(10( huge an nearby futms. / ml

W. GRIFFIN : stems r-jmam fjieenlllirly I i'\maii, and the nursery cutulog\ is the The farms furnish, fresh pork and.
: blight is controlled I'rlhl' medium! selected. to spread tlu nBuc I' 8 "i I IIt
other pork products to the hotels<< and r
spraying for Lute Blight rcvoi.imend >ke\ >'e Nurseries, with their thn:

Staple and FancyGROCERIES I ed aboVe tyeen! years experience, know how ,I ic'stuurnnl This material is not

!Scabilt and] bacterial Blight to weed; out the pool.;; ideas.and then :: common: "swill," being composed of I 1

: were coveted l in Articles. 111 and IV, new catalog; is. veritable n\.n1\21< of fresh table sciaps. 1001COII/ Jrva- --
their control !being entirely with seed rood! suggestions, to the glower<< who ,i > '- 1 will save you money and
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selection or disinfection, rotation of is just starting oi' the established! I I tipu has mutenally educed the quantity l trouble. Gives description and

i crops, and field sanitation.' grow"r: with years of experience] be- ] but not enough: to put the hog full information on all seeds for

Free Delivery to''all Parts Stem! BliKht Rosette, or Little Potato I hind him. I IpIai'n I raisers out of busin -ssSuwunnee" S GUIDE fall planting. Our stocks are com-
When this This infoimation is put down in
Hhi7octonia fungus
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( : << County: A large acreage
I of the.City i attacks young plants it kills! a large cry-day language that the i will PLA1tTnJG plete, assuring prompt shipment.Marlin' .
be
percentage and is known as "stei.,n. 1 citrus grower understands is not I I planted to watermelonsnext ZA MARTIN JACK50NVIU
. .... O 4 OOO O blight and "damping off" Older<< i written by some college professor! for spring'. A good-acreage of rye sno ca Hy-Test

I plants show' a partial girdling of the I some journal published in the heart I was sown this fall and ivlTnt ruins

W. B. Crawford Ln Jarrell stock which so interferes: with the of a great city but by the man who have put it in fine condition. Many iriii Southern Seeds
natural storage (if sUirchy supplies as grows Citrus Trees<< TOR, the man who
CRAWFORD &: JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW farmers have applied lime to their al
also them. Carefu1l1lt1'Own. closely selected
to cause little potatoes to form on the grows 4t"waya
branches and greatly limits the development The suggestions in the new Buckeyg soils. dependable. Full assortment garden

-. Offtcell4! 5, 6, and" 7 Citizens 1, ] << ,;ojj commercial tuber Ani- calalogcover everything, ln. relafion' .<'EseambiaCountyj! ; An effort! is lien and field.also Strawberry and Write vegetable

) Bank Building ,.1; bthr l ; effe Uolith; dill as 'thii ) om'plantingLinn"d : made to get the farmers<< to grown plants lor new a fall specialty.catalog.
.t J'ot1d. w1 tOll ow'ded g'owh he & ees]|ouphjjhe today our 1
,JCUglmmee( tJ\\>; '' ; ell I 0 ins potatooa :ando .
rap
I
'k( n !Band!
", t eons gT n R( tripper and pa olllittUI.ultur.c! LJ.hcgrowe '' I IJichaou.iUe
,.'i" I '. ".u..t'Y fflJ\I.DR.'W.\ WfCARSON:! The germ of the" drs ease] r often vh( orkmnd 1 ( <: th ow with peanuts Both !are E. A. Martin, Seed Co.f .I' : II i

arried on'the DENTIST bodies (selerotla'tightly'udhermg'lo) t Iy r<<>.op his! reward't hi' oughTinc Se Walton unty. 'early ever)' Flocidri. r:' _' W .w. I
Office over Pilley Building the surface of the tuber and'often froxe profits.
Office' Hour8: -11, 1-6 ailed "blatk seal' ," Such seed should The new catalog (contains /f fi pages I'r'l\'e farmer is doings' something to im-
Offle 'I'hone' 1S| Residence. 'Phone '10 treated with solution of two mimesorrosne with eight j>ageof: color engravings hitplace; building better

OM Administered Teeth for Extraction of sublimate crystals in fifteen showing fruit in natural colors The i hams, adding to his dwelling, or in- --

.1 I'nlloiif of water wrjich gives the Buckeye people say that this year jtroducinq, better live stock.
1-1000 strength. they have taken the piecaution to
Q. KRIBJin' W. ;J. oTEHl: The dweas'! can ul'tu I ncviosili have ,enough books printed \that everybody Madison County: The farmers ire HAS YOUR. BOY A BICYCLE?

KRIBBS &: STEED The disease can also live in the soil;1 l'unl'ct' one T hv thought anxious to try peanuts as a money '

ATTORNEYS AT LAW 'ncl attacks beans, beets, celery, cot- they had last year, but the supply' crop and the outlook now is that He Has ? '
Ion !'cucumbers lettuce and squash I was exhausted and this year it is
( () U"1'8 than
Legal business of all kinds ghee 1,0u1) more ever planted
Mosaic I one of our newer and 1 less likelyto: be the same taso I
1 1r prompt attention. understood troubles It is. peculiar in had better write them for one you of -fore will be planted<< next spring. I Then it is safe 'to say he is attached to it as an Arab is to his

( e Office 11 and 19 State Rank Old*.. not ufrwtmg the tubers in any way these catalogs befoie you forget: itaddicxs .- Taylor County: Boys 'all over the : horse '

rj Klsslmmee, Florida. liscermble. yet greatly reducing<< the<< I liu<'keve Nurseries, 11IH! C'ltl- county are taking much interest in He may need new Tires, a new Lamp, Saddle or Pedal. Make

yield lInd l seemingly being transmitted I tens Bank Building, :, Tampa, ITa. club work and the agent has en i.oil 2(1r 1 your boy or girl happy for Christmas.You .
to tubers, mosaic -- - -- ----
on plants. --
Pat ;Johnston a. P. Qarrt< The plants show grown mosaic by extreme) I To Cure a Cold In One Day '/>
r JOHNSTON &: GARRETTATTORNEVATLAW color variation from d'.rk, healtjhyrrccn << } Tike LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine It Mop. the St Johns County: The results", from 'in and look over our stock-it'* worth while.
Cpueh mud headache cud work. off the Culii.
< << to a light yellowish color. Seed I I>ruusiHt refund money II It tub to cure.B. 3'i adult. demonstrators each working
selection is the control far BRYAN CYCLE COMPANY
only so W. OKOVbU signature on each 1>0&. 3oc. '
.' Office and a 10-acre plot of corn, ore: Acreage,
't 10, 11 12 Citizens Banl ..
I Building 3:JO; yield<< 12.SOG bushels; cost: 105 BROADWAY '

r KlMlmraee. Fla $: ,$4.r.3! ; cost per bushel, $$.24.8;

"., tt I market value, $2067408; profit $17- ..
C. A. CARSON. President. N. C. BRYAN Secretary.
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW '624.46; profit per bushel, $1.43; average -

yield<< pet<< acre, 37.3 bushels.

i ftI' Fertilizer Marion County:: There Is a very The'Waters & Carson

Waring Building. promising increase In the amount of

.' rape planted in the county for winter
I J. .
I' I'I. hog feeding<< this year, and that planted -

DR. J: A. THOMPSON With full realization of the disastrous influence of .early is now reudjr<
OSTEOPATH the war on all business rou tine,. our buyers have put hogs on It is in fine condition.

( forth unprecedented effort to secure the greatest ad- Putnam (County;:' .A county livestock _

Yowell-Duckworth Bldff. Phone 494 \untoges possible for trade.
our association has been organized,

ORLANDO. FLA. and the farmers are showing much Wholesale and Retail Dealers in I

interest in the! work.
Full Stock--Right Prices

J. W. THOMPSON GROCERIES

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Funeral Director \\ c have n cnntpl0h') ] line of fertilizers and thegieiitist : __ & / -....- -...= .

stuck.. of fiitili/er mut"I'illl4'l'r! known ill << .-,:; .'W! ( tE .
.. = ISd
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1 the State of I I-'lor"I..1. I'rui: s arc: higher than in normal "' 7 S3.

f AND I'' limes t but' arc as low as coiisit>tent with e\i-.t- \\"(",, you w.mt is quick| relief. here'sa :; > o * fifififi4Q'fin oo.o. *,< 4rFi14D40 + .
.}
( raroldrrmolythathasprovrn
fifty +
uuulilions! >
i mg : hcnctuial for millions. Try it yourself.! SELL .> ; .
LlCENSED-EM ALMfR o WE : ..y WK BUY : ,
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I I r-vrv gSolciby all o J. ,y tfi
t s I ** HAY 0:' 0:' + w
K
5
Store and Chapel Stewart Ave I Ideal Formulas o fi e, HuES .
I "> 'y
i GRAIN
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Klu.lmm. Flk. \ 4 .1 -) FURS .
t )
tI I I > ;> r. fi .
- HEW : FERTILIZERS: !
Our foimnlis all have the same perfect proportioning 1V Y 0

JOHN WHITE & CO ... i I and blending' / ,ingredients that hive maVlij :;"" .",,'z i ,V.i 'W C u 4; SHINGLES 4.. fi WOOL .

I a LOUISVILLE, KY. ./ .S their Slll'el'ol': fielduluc the Past quarter centuH i.I 1 .) ? AND .
for Cou hs Colds .
:t .. jjt ..
U..rai af>V>rtmnt I Quality has not been saerifrged in the slightest de- 9 g ORANGE BOXES : + .
_
..d full .: ALL .
-n \ gn'oVrito fur catalogue and price ,list. -Dizzy? 'Bilious?-Constipated? .) ORANGE. WRAPS, 0fi .
:fo ;
vahlQilia'd I 17r.King sNew Life Pills cause a healthy (0 COUNTRY

HId*a (flow of( Bile and rid your Stomach YERRTAULK CRATES s t' .
teat ." "* I : Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer CO, and Bowels of waste and fermenting 1 4 PRODUCE .

i 1M I body poisons.i They; area Tonic-to 10 CRATE NAILS o 4
Manufacturers IDEM KIILIZMtS your Sloinarh and I Liver end tone the I. c. c
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What, is :LAX-FOS I Dealers in Spray Machines and Insecticides. Gt general bottle system.today.First 2Se.dose all druggists.relieve" I. . . . . . . . 4'asoa.4o. . + . :
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Digestive' Liquid Laxative Cathartic Jacksonville, Florida - ----- ---. - ..........- We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds: .
,. Tonic. Contain Caacara Hark, I : Wi special .Attention to out hunting and
and Liver J give jilting camping parties.
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Cured In 6 to 14
ru Waters & Carson Grocery Go Local Agents .Plies Days
Blue 'Flag Root,.,Rhubarb Hoot Black Free delivery in city limit 'Phone No. 12. 1
I Your drtiorel't will refund 'money If PAZOi :
a IVpain.Root,May Combine Apple&<
G ,table aromatic U te., iloenotgripe.J SOc The tint ppUutloD gives Ease and Kent. soc. 04 fertilizer*. ,

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ORANGE, REAL NUTRITIVE FOOD many others have shown that .tho KISSIMMEE ASTONISHED I Florida, th. hlKhont and bent bidder ;
for i-aiih. durlnir Iho hours or leiral sal.
emaciation, weakness, arrest ofgrowth j BY MERCHANT'S STORY. on Monday, the 7th day of January A.
: aid 'general malnutrition in 1).. lilt the following descrllmd real
\: Calomel Sick Tomorrow Such a fruit as tho orange, no mat and pernrtiial property, now iltuatn In
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: \: ter how highly esteemed .is not generally suclt cases arc due to absence from A merchant jrcUtes the following: I II'.r the Florida Cnunry lo-wlt nf: Uacnola and Slati' of

... their food of thp essential 'vilumincs.' :' r years I coukl not ,sleep without Tho nortliwedt
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its quarter the south'list
,\ j" regarded a*- valuable" Cot -
\1. ,1 I "'A few years ago the fortunate discpvery hour. Whatever I ate ( 'iuart..r and tho Houthwum iuar-
Guarantee Dpdso'n's Liver Tonepon"t nutritive qualitie.s. This point of I'.r cyery L"r "' ha rthenat quarter of
.' \ was made that orange juice gas and sou'rness. Also had Section On" view. told by Dr. J. 11. Kellogg
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we <- ( SS > South. Ilnnura Thirty {SO< )
in Good Health Rattle Creek. Mich., contains elements needed to supple. stomach catarrh. ONK: SPOONFUL I-;II..t. Lot Two 12)), )and beirlnnlnic "t
fluent the bottle fed etc.'us: thi' liiirtli.-nnl "..r/l..r'.r rot Thn-o <3)
lake nasty dangerous calomel when bjlious' if a mistaken onfe. Orange juice! is ..aI baby's dietary, buckthorn bark, glycerine run Buuth' SB.'i'i'i ..hllla.... went 4.16
resulting in immediate redumption\ of mixed in Adlcr.i-ka relieved mo- INSTANTL IuuiIui I a. north 25ltflV5 rhalnn, and east
Listen f friiloinrl I good food and will 'bear corrtparison, growth und )health. \" '! Adler-1-ka flush 1,:(' rhaJna to I'Ol\"lnnlC'! Manic bo In *
constipated! headachy. 1omc f \liiilk for bulk with,. _man)" othorsI Bpeedy return to Hecause In Section Klevi-n. ( II ) of mild towimlilii
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undoubted. Thin I'emal'kable'transformr.tion may cs the ENTIRK: alimentary tract it relieves I I"ran... no.
'ulues A
I whose nutritional \ that rerlaln atock nf .cattl. entlmnled -
i ) in human but. ANY:; CASK at 2110
'" -.--- - - - - - occuit pot only infants : constipation, sour Imttil tnai-kml crop-split
I For instance/ l li'> Kelloirir'tel-ls' : us, 11 uiiui'Milt I lit .
futlivflir! I 1 t'IJ 1111'1'1r.r\ : yoiir'Jivpr I IIn.l 1 fitfnighton you upliodcr pint Of buttermilk hu a fooilvalue hi: young "anirials}| uponvh >:ni the oruntrc :lomach or gas aid) prevents" appendi- iniili-rliH In thi'inu other i-ar, ear.uvi-r-slope tint braMvil crop

( I \ li1p I I ( n / t and.) 'h'r' lluin cnloincl I has It has of J". .
'Illonlc'lids% cl.YJ1l1iilill" 'IL ( <]I1 < nasty Ju iO' feeding( experiment) c.itis.: QUIC'KES'fIIl'tio" Anili,
| uf) 25 per cent I less: than, a pint of ml iso nil I "lm iH-i-noiial ttroimrty
liver.VJwn\ i iinln ,. I1Ill lt.l '1)1\11\ nilil\ willioul t niakhi I aids \been IIrt weoevetsold <' 'Iltrlll I Druif! II,rtP' .. toil Iho
IJ ll1glti'h ( ,, yoji ;, pint of oVstersftill ,i i, repented., 'I', /ttiiything { -ii oi |ir imlMi-H al'<>\ St dii-,/
juice and a I .
I i jt range forlbed.PurinamT
ronlmtvilli mar )Ijilo it crashes yu'ii ju.sl: go Itiidc niiil<1 Ret.your nioney.If.von .. short ill ubout It the 'Immi' degree.' 'I]I "Thc divl'of" the II\'<'I'UPC)1a; ) !!, made Store.. f 1 tt) Jiav for master's il,..,.,J

j into I}t rl'icauxit'itf';, : \ craiiipiiii: 11110 i I' J111' I ii. I 1 lake fiiloinel today( you'll boKivk J111J nu-1 uji chivfly of wlii. :'. ,bread': I, ni'.at and ---;- ---- / i and I .dill of Hnli t *. .,.
1 Krcn fu 1In\ iI kill' nol much ] i'l'I NoM-nili.-r cii.( ] 11(7.K .
1 lfy.iui: fi'il. diliou*, )liciiiliichy) () < on-) I > a iu1. miiisonleil I toniorrovvj; bosidirs 'j 'vitaniines., Orange/ juice I Is needed) tot Whenever You Need a General Tonic I "'. (1. CItAVt'i"ORD' .

I l l I < l'IJ' j t.Mt it salivnio while if. trltio R.a pint of orange: juice. luiv j I [ Take; Orovo's. l.a s(1'IJ' ( I Si titur I lii' Olo.LlII'"O"II"rn"y.
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'FI'nh..lnllIIIIII.llodC"| jijii :' may .. numbero'f tocxl- SL'i'pU'iiipnt' \ these defect i : lye dietaries Kl l lilus' & aTRKr). ,

> younlni i i.L nml<<1 pot t.1I l bollle' ( of you itikn Doilson's) Liver Tone Voiiwill avf iibout t the same: unIt .111 Jtbl. with ih 'g/eatect lidvtth-: / The OKI\ Standard Grove's Tasteless ,\ .. for "ninpUilnniUHi, I 'oJ_ r.t

I ,.IslIIfs for u''fo\v'ciMil's!! \ wiiko-up ftvlini parent full1 of \'nlt.K an' thrce-fourtlw'. a.-pint of | I dull Tonic is' cC1al1ylalunble) as a -- -
1iI'l'f'! j Tone i'lam.v. I'md a pl.uion every :table at Si aa'l'S'li'M: : ,, I.':.
Gene'ra'l'ou.c.bCt'lluse it (
f. \.. wliu-.li: I ii,* a harmless! voj c-'a.ljje Bill). iiinhitiOlflII,1\ l r(! \idy for. woi'k or milk. When we c'onsbl&ithat. ;, ;gbesJes |j I 1..1II1t.:1111'1'/: u day.' : ,: ,i well' known!:;, tonic properties of contains JJU1NINIand. tlici -. Not: I.'.' Is' lie-i-l. ;y j\.n l liii| "II..r

t r1 1 (ull for (daJ1I'l'oI1S; CIIJ II1\\, I'ai II.(! play. I H t is liiinnU'ss1ea' ] ] ! | has much else (rotnnieiul it > nnnKv ".0 4 e r..l tn\\ I IW| :I'lith!:! ,,f
spoonfuL' and if 'doesn't start li iite la give to children ; they lil%c it ,tQ Out M.ilarin) ; ntiriches. the- Blood BIH, ilny Nitvvin *
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4f. it. contains (i'd' fl'xestion; hy I l la'i A, Ii. I HIT, III lli.lino" of Sin-nil, 1-\.
' --_. .- "'--''' _ --J.----- __ j we see that. oranges/ nn'the bill of j t Uuihls up the Whole System, 60 cents ltruhln. il'iui-H.' N. Ruiilt" "". I..." lni l>and.
fiuv worthy of sill stimulating' tie) A'U-tiic, pland.i to increuscd ( "m"h.t\ "I i. VH, Kaiirii I 'i'.l'''nI it", ..,,-
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}Ir. Kellogg in substance: an tippetizer \ LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS ttionri| >nlN I |n' mllii I I I" 'I Ii.. circuit I I Court
RUMINATIONS REX I of the'Tirst I of thn Novciitl Judicial I'li-rult
, I I |uality, of the
., 'It.I i" .a .surprise'to' discover'how /8i at .' or ."lorl.I"11, ma.I f.r ...........I.L
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: :, .__ __ __ universal '1... thv'ciuvinff, for ''fruits. 'A. glassful] or ,QrAIIJ:1':: .juj\t, lieforobreakfast .- . i 1:"<< *" 11O KIIOI.IIDIIV IIITIN: : ; .
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c'linin-m-y will I m11il
: 'has. u decided laxative> of- i
"' Even the civnivorous I IC.skinuiR! who i : S |,ul hI llo RaJii nt tlio ilmir of I tho Court:
\ Uex has tu't-n tiiakintf! spmo culoulu- about ; man sail l he sure feet! with /many pei'sons.. Kometimos' Tllo aliliixil l.i".rtli I >m4 ..r ( IKSlnck t :I llolimi }I I i\"siu| <-, Flol-lda. to lh'tilKh '
. \ . ton': '* Kiiu-e your last i insuc> which lifts i felt it l--------- The lcmocrLtieUOUStO ) of ;necessity .subsist chiefly upon animal ; linl.liil'H. <.< III" "Kln1 C I Inn4i! I"; I I "Ht 'is:'ndJoIt l: : lildilfir: fur MIHI,, durlixif
1C' i i.-. advantageous, to taka irlussful!: will I I I In IU'ld. at thi- ofTl('" uf.r.I"I""C'1 I th.hoiiiH of Ii-Kiit nalo on 1II""ellI.th..
,: velojiod' the following i-esult!<: If I awoke' in the morn- foods, do not neglect! to improve I I <>ii TKui'Biluy.' .liiuuiir.t 1(II I ' 7th iliiy nt January A. It. isis the folInwlnif
ths forn rye outs, barley und other ii.jr, thought the Germans had of orange juice at he llili1e.. well'iis 21' M -
cap the opportunity afforded h)' their 'I l''C'ad l sluff roportod to \thc\\ U. S. Airtuulturul tured' him during the night: and Carried in t rnorning./ ." '1''n: the Clf.v of KlBMlninifC, County of One..>

Department were. equally'' him to their country loif when feast upon cranberries and other i I . M. J..Sir(. .\ ..('"'y I riVMiit| !3-11 I I filn.follow aiul, ln-wlt SlaKof Floi-lila- duHorlbcd all.

iividod:; the und diKcover.d that small juicy fruits \vhich manage to... - '
aroon r men, women ne he \vi\n'' still ut All of Uot Klvi> <'5) of Hlork "0.' ftf

Children of this nation! there would! lionhe set up it "shrill, cry of defiance survive tht! bleakness] : .of ,the j>olarri'ijion. I "CASCARETS" WORK .M-i-(){'lilllH.IIIIMI'.IITI; ; : : .. \fI 1 Uolxrt liu"a Ail.lltlon to the Clt*. of
".s' : )be -4( J | to .tach this. lj-"if'nl anil,( with wise" shake of his head I I'', : KI..r<'""11"".. noi-oKliiik 1 lo plnCttKrnnfin .
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:: '. ". _.. _WHILE YOU S'.EEP .'ho anMUM' ( ) m; In !]io ofYlee of thn clerk' of th" "L ,. .
,, .. i H .. if'*' I'Mpyi'' '' '.'!"',Ji* y n}g\\'MffOl.j"drI! t.jo I 4Ii.:. dr..ItWOj!- Vrir 'If.r4 \ L I fl wim--*, wnliiniit' .! ........I&- ci i>i"i-yffr'' "-i *-c1Ii..tT..1o't ::"'" '' .=""",
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< bread per day. Trlk ukout famine could stand it .without complaining: lo clime find in the orange Jind other i 1 For Sick Headache NIl lot liiinU. I KiHHlmine,,.... I.\orldll..n\ I'lirrhaaer to pay for master's Iced
j Sour Stomach .1 Ml. HUN.! .\. \.t., Hated this 6th of
: ii nun i y At Hi nVIortc. day liepemher A. D.
n.'lIic..l"s! all this there lire 7.(1:11'-1 spite them. citrus fruits an abundant supply of SluggUh Liver and Bowels- fillI I Inpurpono of I'li'-rtluir I (I litirlnrn I 1917. W n. ('ILA\VFOIt'l h,

VOO ton of sujriir' beeW. Talk' Our local merchant, )E. II. Fennel], the moK.t delicate and wholesome of I I Take Catcarets tonight. for," tinwiiHulnfc I ) t-iir. uinl, traiiHnrttriKHIUII Special Muter In Chancery
us' the Cracker saya "nothing tloinR./ I'is on u visit to the cast toast;. hill wife : ntlMT I hiittliit-HH I an mu>* pruui'rly .KIlinilM. & HTaJo:U.
all food acids. The of the Solicitors
sugar orange culmtnfori' HIS 1.1 Mi Mlim' (; for OoiiiplalnantK. Bl5tM4MTKICN
This does not include Irish anil sweet during the absence of that gentleman l-at HIli an 1)1)1)1)I I Cnnhlor. -

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I ioj. l'd in different |inrt!! of the country I there on Monday morning soon and that-) itis pr"a'l'ed'fOI' immediatc'-as- 1 Sallow Skin and Mixcntblo I Headaches \> \ ii.. '11.:1.-1'1: : 'fl'

eonel'rni'lA'yhi.'h' ; I the department;' ': II the good lady was actually complaining similation and requires'] no dijel\tion'l: i I coma from a torpid 'liver and 0..' STIK'I\IIIII.I)I-IIM: and Xotlpe by vlrtun la nereby oVa final ittven decree that In Chan-under

.knoweth not of th* cold. clogged, bowels, which cause your stomOjcli.la ....ry All the cane of 0. J. Tomllnaon and
I |It does not need to through the /Tile 1O.lltUlOl I m< rUn", of fh "tnckluol.l -
:Next' week we will take up the Our Joe has been spending( the pass I become lI"d'it.Jr undigested. .-,.s of 'h.' KlHNlmim-f I ( Ml I Cotnpiinvwill Sophronliv. I >, Tomllnson, hla wife. Com

tm-at supply. We iont have: to comrluin I Christmas! holidays nt home. Osc-aola( digestive organs except for the purpose foal the Irishman did ,vhcnafter fully recognizes hill services in of dilution. It is to the gar- . Knoiii. 12 of I IK- Stutillmilc: llutliliiiK ,. his wife ; M'm-lon W. I'epkham ;
*.. as I county sugarwhich hugo in a swill barrel. That's the first I on I Id1, HI-COW! 'J'u..IIO)' of JanuiirA > l I'enliiKUlar (lri'c.rompanv.. a corps'
:.. hailing ut a house and 1 1 vnqiiirini; for Washington and we are once more it contains that the orange etci| to untold misery iiidigcstioto, foul I >. I :HS ,it i .,'.'lo.ok .I'. Mi. ration.Jacoh ICpHlpIn" ; liallimore Har-
.<,1 "' 31 drink .of water he WJH, told by the ptcpared to give him a bumping majority. bad breath \ skin < I-'. 10011111. rain..House, n iiartnemhlp: Uutler Dr...,
i oats its chief value as ti/ source of giiM-ii. yellow mental :-J. 25' Ki-<-ritary.MITK a .' "' '''rRII..'' ; attarauKus Cutlery It
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who the door that We
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woman c-umo go on principle fears is Company it corporation Martin .
everything that horrible andnauseating. : I*
'' there was/ a path that 1 led 1 to the it's u bad time to swap horses when nutriment although it .contains in ,, Mall Company a .corporation and]
A Coscaret to-night will 12: 4)!" "'''.1.11'TIU: KOI TAX
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spring: and when he got: there he I crossing a Ktream. Our present! congress addition to the sugars! or- soluble carbohydrates MeWherton, lluttun Company; a
give your constipated bowels a thoroughdelinking ...:1.:11 corporation.I I lefeiiilanlx, pendlnaIn
\voulil 'find a gourd r.nd thi't he coul) / has borne the heat and burden / nearlyone pciceift of and ,Iii;, Circuit Court of' the Seventh -
drink all the water h. \.n'.o.-i.! ; I'ul'x nf the! day :a.-d lr! i ii eperehv! > has straighten you out by1 I NollIs lieroliy given hut .T. "'. Judicial I circuit' of the' state of
idea of a gourd was t-xreedinKly | taught them how to during protein. The combined, value) of its morning. They work while you sleep-.- Mill, r, i>ui I <'hHNiiof Tax i VrtlflfntmNi Florida, In and for iHceola... County In
manage 10-cviit box from I II5S I IIlIeI l 1IC2. liltt-il I h.- Ath lny Chancery, thn
I food! constituents amounts to 240 calories a your druggist willkct.1' > underslirned, as Special
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I .r .lul) linn.I iiml Tnx' (. -rt lit- Master' In Chancery! will aell at liulillooutcry
he discqvere'd' a outer coniiv ip t'i' n nnd untrained members in their or food-units per' pound-a you feeling good for tuoaUia. I cntcH :-:". 1.144: 13411. 1317. 134R. dated i i.llIly for cnnh In .hand to the hlirhest

path from the sprin Hvtiirninir, to plao.' wovl! I to the leust.be dan- !fith, A. l >. I lIlt,. fins H.-il\ s,4il| : Mdder. at the front! door of the <:oort
say value which will be best
appreciatedby ,'.-.I.I I flui t. u I In 1 my ofrifi'. 'and lian mtulfaiiiilloiitlun : HOUHO In K lf.nl m 4y-".. County of ()nceo.
-. the house he Raid to the w"nIan1" gerous. I 'comparison with other similar If you can't make up your mind to fnr lux ilvpil I to Issue I 111 HCfinlancu I ii. Florida during the legal hours of
-nth, madam be jr.bbers yitir Kp"'nJC'1; 'I' I'. '' '. '. < been sorit' t.oIc.: <. a I It hlll\\'. KnUI t'ertlflc'ates I Halo on Monday, the 7th day of Janu-
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,.: has pone dry und the pourd i in vo..iing i lilt"I! -.. I' ,' tie telephone corn-' foodstuffs. pack und ship first-class goods only, ..mliflK't" t ii.. folIuWltlK I slcso'ril l ,sd |ir''|'- r)'. A. II. 1918 the following dvacrlbeJ

up to the house." ,, pun I '.' '' '-, ', -. is employed. His "Thus, while the orange is always I you will noon become aware that i-rly'jut.\) '$1:ills ted: I In I ."tO"1 pe nhut Illnrk: Cuunty.,M, Lot Klortowll 13lllofU property T..I liuiiilieri'd lo-wlt : Twelve ( II ) of Block

.The war a ainKl) (;ermatny is rajiiJ- I II V.i. "' :I'' 'r-.iiiblc: of managing: H grateful addition to any ordinarybill som'eone"- else has - .' .iJ. Lot 1 'I'lilix-U ,\, lx>t I Il Workt II,i', Hundred and Sixty (160) of the

I ly approaching II t-limux I rnd that during Iii!! absence. Hex dined with I ( t, I 1-olH 21 I sun.! 211 nlocU O, and lot 2? Town of St. Clouil. according. -to the
I of fare ;jt also has nourishmentiualities' 1 lllock ( i. all-In I I Marydla.Tlu plat of Haiti Town filed In the office of
'. country has and, in! xhowin/ strengih them on Sunday and fully appreciated I HJlId I Illllfl Itl'llltf I : HHHOHBrd fit thc this (''.'rk of the Circuit Court In anil
\ t that surprises the world but then the { to highly recommend it. NOTICETo ) for mild Osrcola. .
; finely prepared mealMyrtle "1 of lluk I iHHiianiM', of Maid I cfrtltlontt'I County by the'Heml
we must/ I bear in mind l that she has ft">r.vcais is helping: her mother and likewise In addition, Dr.) Kellogg goes on to the Property Owners of Osreola III I lie nninn oC UnUiinwii., XV. C.' Vpsta note l.iind and liiv.-stmi-nt 'omp ry.I'lirchaser .
boon making Paul. The latter is lr 1 S. P. !"mlth.I". ileni ut". Un"'HM to pay for .special master'
past preparationsfur he
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say orange great ; as a .
fttuilt I I I.'eI.eni.d.l'
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the present omci'K-vncy; her fireviuus -j| great big I boy and the neatness with food condi to' ln\v, lax d<.ed! will IflHunIlLTC'i" I this 7th day of n..mtu.r. A.
\ adapted to certain grave I will. be ut the named I I.. JH17. 1It1l'III'I.I'I( : : >{
will Austria'tn'iifrfitt'd following J.U.
t, war h "r'rarice nnii i which h-u is kept reflects credit on the mi tin3uth: day of Jail uumr)'.

c t her by nn aeoe.'ision: of tc\r'l|; mol her. Lions of disease, although its virtuesin places on dates given below for the ., I'. I !'I'J. -IMI1HS: an &8noclal STKKn.solliltnra Afimtor In Chancery i
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1 ritory. Never before] in the world's! !Ilex: again visited his old friend Joe this inspect are little appreciatedby purpose of receiving lex returns on ( ('I rcu It ('ohi,'t. for CQflhilaIflhifltS. . Bl-4t

.\ 1 I'. history' has u record lieen "hown'l'j j l11ilh. The old gentleman is a little E the public and'_ far less often UtilIzed both real and personal a-r.t Oaciiola County FlOrida i
1 property :
wher.c', thc women- of nation ,!! on the im nrove. The' progress is ----- MOAI.KIJ" III IIS

I <'"! the patriotic ypiiit, that has been slow, but the disease 1 is a despot-! by medical men than they de- I Shingle Creek, Precinct 'No. 2, Monday lClllll IT 4'.111'1', Mi' t'El0''' will lin rr-colvod to 10:00: o'clock .

demonstrated' by those of thin coun- onto Or. Winn is in attendance and serve.: Here 'pro a few of its /rnedi- January 7th, forenoon.Janua8thorenoon Kl.Olllllt, SI'.VMNTII: JI I)H-I M.IKCIIT .. Saturday. January up I 5th. 1818, by than K.In PIbrd

tl'." 'I'111''d.. ( 1.. (" 9.'jIf.t\.org'a li7.at 1\ I doiiigalh> ,J llt"he.can to alleviate the at.l use.1,, usset, forth by the, author::,. .; Campbell,. ,( <>"< IOOI.H'T; \ ., ..f C"u"IY eoml"slolllfU or (In.eiwlm .

'L. . ". .., \.In mon' wlllbl'r r ll1d, ufTl.'rtn/r The peopl otjJhll; eel ion 1\. ood n *-e' nothm- could January i tll\I1\ rnlnlni: County i'ani .aurraelngwIth, FIorid; ,I for':..'iROLn:1; I

,, 'Ii" f r I/Iikl'/ IInd 111 I mpatJIh I" 'fel'c; hem w lh man se ulhy'I I 1I i't"etniatel" Ihlr ,.NPV uidjmIica of .1.1I'flUL.
itedtoflmp
I" t.he nolol(. t ''wi j. mil j.re8l'ntMu : more1i Jo djpjenncp itIAa....iii wlr' 1I.I.,08e011"IIIIf1' : \

. fu IPOKI ) \' M 11.1' ( Ii'll'' a ofvaft I J3X i f.pljjBUSJIrsUH_ / onditlon he I.i !_''hrld'tloiiKwlliriiiWfiirnTiiho.I" 1I'l\' \ '
upon
1 I' I if< I I' II n1JJlinl; other dl'pirt *r_r 1 w ii1.er1.oarrofl wiii : osseej .Prcci ncy"?>J,0? S u _. --IliAnkKitlJllJUivM-iitrnetj" 1 ; Clerk ofIhu'Jmaril
fSr T-ff.irti w l5JPRy *
untold -vlllu'e. t I" i rtmu.h.! n I provt'( how appropriate" was { wltlc.nre nt ? burning; him ) I a. II I '' 'orCoutinfliisnionera, : of
!livrparing 11 soldier] to tight' his coun11 lection for the position 'nnd her mellt'j poisons 'up January Jith, afternoon; \ '' : lt .I :
: : "r :
battles and against which his cells)) and or- Deer Park Precinct No. -5 Wcdne.iilny (It'fi !inl.nntM. tin ,in ;M-iinvd iinn- 1 Florida: __
y's
I : by providing for !hiti ment in selecting employee>i nid, nt of tin- >'1"1.. \ ... ni-i. iinilI 1 1I i 1C: n'h I jirnposnlniunt ne flecompanicdis
nn fort1Uh there i ih I in arming i i and" the n.'e--III'Y business ijuiilillcations. guns. are struggling Fou, to six ,! January Oth, forenoon. "I I I hix, i -1,10-".'. I 114 tuiK, niiU'Mu n\ ,r Ih .1'L' : , .1 ,p'tirtlfltnl nlK-4-lc' 'In tho Hum nf

milling 1 : him. Nobly. and unshrinking" I'eoplo from the hav-c ijuarts/ of wnlrr" iiif I needed daily loiuench I , ,.r i 1st.. ,i.i-l.. ."- \ .11 s it IM (II'' i i ,in,, i ,,nun q, nil( niii<1i |"IIMIIIlo| | Krnotit; Marh.
) country as a' Kenansville Precinct No. (1 Thursday .
I I' have the ladies'of ( ,< ll.i I I. ,ll' 111.II" ? .. '.i, 110 ,". .."1,1., ,Ml, ill 'I.M,".1-.1inl I. 'li.iIrnian. of tIe ll'mril nf (onnty Cfim.iii.MliiiH .-
\ : Ki<-inimee' us rule] kept themselves pretty close during -I < the fevers, fires and ud 1 tlim January 10th, afternoon. I lii. mil. In i 14 I h..t.\ '|1"1""'' I in 'I.I' 1""- ,, I I >rK, .iinl HIH-II 'propOHnl I munt .!l.a
,imed their bunli-n' 'mid with a spirit / lh: punt week so there irnot I if I In lln' lilll I ..r ',"nil.iliii. ,, I HI.' 'I l inv.ilil i d. 11..1..1 i m fiiru nriteil. (0 J. T. oversiriit. -
I Hat. not onl.N does them honor but enough to "rcpoit to make it an object. trillion through the skin ;und KidiK'j-.s. I.okossee, Pix-cinct No. 0, Friday, I i :KI.SI, I.n inIK: I Inn: : Tlniri: : tI|iiHlKl : I. il-rk lo tinlti>anl of County
nnohlcH: UK- "Orange) juice supplies' the finest I ll.l\. III l-Vlll-ll.il' \ \ I" 1'IS.! ...'h. ( '"li hi,,01 I ""I.I .n.-ri- KlKHlniineii I Florida.'l'h .
ritythvy represent. They Sov Will simply give the readers January llth 1 forcnpon. cinlKilln l I ) .illfiunl IMIIM, uf. Kilil lull, \\ 111I. ,.- 1I"'d: rc8prvs th- rlwlit to 1'- -

h.&ye come forward in .1.llwiIl/ I J'hl anil1" mid yo edftorsu) solitary goodbyefor I sort of pure, distilled! water Mulberry Sink, Precinct No. 10, Tuesday l.r. talM-n' 'an ....',,1..*..< cl l .liy. wind ili-fi-iiil- ji-i-l, ,any "II' nil lihln.n ,
power und ron.I.'i'td I those who ,are the UhRolute-\ ,Ullt. \ ,''' ".1".-.i'. will In-'In "St. Cloud nil .
striving ut. the' front a service which )I present. Ily free from germs' or fOI'(' \ January loth, afternoon. II. I I.* filijlui-': i niili-iicl I that I till. .,,',10.i ,. ,|j.ini.ir\ '4. It.. anil, II I lo nrconripnnyn ,
of sort, The grateful: acids I In- |1"lhll..h..1| | | | |, niiia u'i-.-k for omht' ; ISIM'I IH i hlflili'l-N, 11\'""* tin1 IlltoVOml
will) never be forgotten. Any Kissimmee, I Precinct S'o. 1 11112J I ulisi i ill' t i\ \\i-iKb: I In,, IhiK 1 iNKlni'n..ili I .'. I .

I Hex i* still do'niioili'd! with 'hi nish nid in satisfying: thirst, und thcjniireeiible j through March \ | \ ( ;l.i/.itli-. ii 111 w "1"1f", | r iMilillHln-il. .1. I. nVKHHTIIBKT. .
fnond William 1 [ I I in, u i I id\ I.HI,i I hi, .. iii, :Sluli< I'l.-iU 1 I In thf Itnaril of ( ,, J ni in In-
) Teniplo. The old jintleman Ila\or makes possible for I WILlIAM I. P.AR1KU! Tllln 7tli l.i\ nf In . inln" "l'. 1'.17.. Kloniis I 1 : of ("jKi-cnl.i:!: :: ('ou ii:'I'"I orkla..i j j'Ir
I
o t has'some ideas on theology: t.he" ISit: i'flt. to I swallow the n mount j Tax Assessor of I" 'I 1 < 'I! ... ,nil i I .1 I. oVKItSTIUOMT.: : ": :-.i;. :
\which'fail to correspond/ with the; I I I i '!1.-i! k I c'u. lilt I i ', "Ili'i 1 ---<--- -- .
general understanding of scriptures' needed. The intense toxemia from I: (Osceola County. l K ,i-lliliH\ ASKi: ..1. > i.: \ I1111" : > HIM'
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S.licit.i\ |I"" < ""| .01" : -MM :
Vnt he is certainly] honeit in hi< I which the fever {patient suffers eOlltM.1hiI 1] I --- ------- I i ...h..lllp I -Ii iriol( o'clock a.

J. opinions and xenloiM] in his, ti"m! i iv ,. tongu--: and often destroys his .III ,l': in i 111:111: roil" I in. iiin-dny, .liiiiiinry IL'lli. lIlt! hYlhe: .

#. mid makes n splendid I I bust.t i l':\ "i-ry OLD thirst for watvr as well ns Ms desire' \ I H|"'I \ I iii IIT I)K 'I lIl: fin'r\ .11 111.1 :, I linard, ..r County I (.ToirimlHslonera I of Os
accommodation that i. in-liis po\v.-r t:. i< Fresh FishDRESSED "'1'\11 : "I" ""'I..UII'\ ..'.fIIUI.01 : \ i oln I I'OIIMIV flit "''Iorlel for 1111 |MHII/> of$37niifin
offer i is! tendered and we go when we for fjod.! The ugrecablc flavor of \T1 I lltldicliliKtilct 11 I n ,. .r Special Itonilml

please and return when it !suits us | BONES ii, ailge! juice aids 'f'rI'UtIf'I': ; overuming i ,,1 III. r.- i l.t: ,...- ,if iniMv: ". nlliinnn. .Infiii-maiIon I I I,, I ....IIUv.tlnll.I.I to such bonds
without question I lie does! not this obstacle. ( ) I, '1''" .ill I'. I llllnl' >',. l.l-U.ltl-l'H. I ,'''f.IIoI/I.|: '."* mix I ii, ndt.-ilned. upon application to
wcnrt-I I RUBBER COPPER \ I I anil, nil 'j 1""' i MIIIV luiInir, i-l.tiiii-A. m I ly, understand my reply to the question Anoth s.pec'inl and vulu side r OYSTERS BY I iniutilH, n.h,1",1 Hnlil iHtatYtHi ,-: of County 1 ConimlHSlonera'I )br <) InRr.1.|
when asked to give .my j TIRES BRASS QUART OR IN unitiiK'li,, nt MMI, in'" lu-rrlty hoI i''i.111'', "l'"l .pinion. of what 1'eter said, to honc"t.1 I I.mil property" of orange' juice i i.* t the mull I SHELL t tltli-il fiin,IJ) t.riii| Iri'il in I I.'...$'-"t liny' Ml Ills. iniist Im accnnipnnleil' I llv i
TUBES LEAD rl.lllll* ,, ,,)..1.1' Kllilli'K, to III' h \ ''". HIlllll., i-tlfleil\ check I In the mim of
the meaning of }he SUIIVP My' amount of J protein or iilhuininousmatter I i -Delivery in Cily. III \llli,i IIII1V I ll.MI-, :"i M:'llll'l\ Illl- I Htill'1 inaile pnvahlito Krln-Ht ,' ,$5.IAU.10..
reply was. that Peter said "..lIul. you; ROPE SCRAP IRON whii-h it c-cmuiiiis. Fl'n",11/ ..f i-niii: I" T.IIIIKIII.i .h! ....:i"nil; I ivi.I .- ..t man; of 'the Hoard rif { '..unly; f ommlsHioit'r -
little off I Possiel Ave. Opp. Graystone I". ..I.i '',..IL il I 1' II.I..i'Il''',, I I h. ii v'l.5. I.." '., anil fnirh' hUl' HIUHI I". delivered I'
I scamp, you come that wet tientfluive I little gastric juice and I I ,1.1 .\.h"IIIOI", I l\ llf - T..II
ground, with yuur bare feet" and SEND IT TO US WE REMIT PROMPTlY tin lni-\ ,IH-I, ,i-itf., .
niy \\ I l\\n \ i lii t H fn"ni | I'lerk In the Itotml of I'oiinty' CoinmlnM -
honest opinion was that I Peter-was very .small digi-stive' h'''\.'<''1', nnd so PHONE 313 i |I'i.i I .1 I I In'" Ml II \ |" i 1'117| 1 I." ." is 11".111".-.', I-'lorida..

afraid/ that Paul would take the Write For Pricelist need to ,Jake'food'which' is ready f.r I 1 Xl.MA N T. MiillMISo.Vi. The 1 ."-,., H the rlwlit to r. .
j :--i.-; , .' ," '' ji i I ;any nil IIds..Ti'UI.V
ground! itch. He oply judges'! what ?1A'///SUMRHETAI ca \ absorption and immediate'use. Foods I Simon Martin --- ". 1.. OVKflSYIlKKT.'
i ne 'said to the other I by reading' and I 'lirk to 4li4* of 4-miity iVfi
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I j H..r,1 nii IC-
poor in albumen are also needful in'' \iniiM-I j i< \ i . ..,
I heard my version. ,! 657 E.BAY ,JACKSONVILLt.riA.:: 1-25 'i! Hloin i-s of ( ("mnl )' Florida,
fevers because they I lo leave 1:1.1.: 141: t I. 11'\1'1': : (r ,
not
That big freeee in the north heard l. < 'ts- _>.1 .
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''dues to.. undergo purification in the I IX CUI IIT liiS III >TV .11 ).. K.: .1 \'l'l'! --
( MIIKI'; ii.rtioits: KOII i-'i\i.
OK "'I.UIIIU\'( l-ol.: \ I 01T\' u'.
j-olon-{ ; us do meal eggs: und numt'rI I In rr KNtnlr l"C li'rtiru Tntmait, ii. IHHIJIIMiK..
toOtoo. t to t'OOtOt Hr4fr**&*'>*<++4 ous other foods. i .."....d.

1. I =N'.itlfIf I )i" M liy also, to all whom, UHint In iintjr Jiiilue'N. Court. Oneeola ('OuI .*
t "Another class pf cases in whicharange I Drop Us a Card i-iinrorii. Hint Almii T. MorrlRon, ,., Blat of ...1..1...

i.i almost .,\ilnilnlNlriilrlx, of Hit <-nliiti' ofil. -
Fast juice -
Through Tourist Trains I indispensibLi.i I ;. mil.I l II: TM,, 11'''' ii.' ili-i-fliKi will nnlln I. r. i'nsntc: .I larnrrt IL li..bea.iIerflr. .
: found. in these mo.--t unfortunate | FOR PRICES ON i '.'"Ih I I, il.iy of .Inniiiiry i II I 1UH! ai'- .
-" "" l.li I in )it}n I Iniim, .1 hli .tiiin<-HV .1'i-r-
fl
I nnd suffering of mortals.thebottleI' ills, i'I 1"I, \ .Imlui- In, :IIH, | fnr sill ,

1' fid babies. Usually fed on pis'leur- Sweeping Compound. l.i-int., ..lit Ills. nlTli'iIn I 1"1.11".1., In lh,- II Notice unit concern Is 1".1.thut, Klven...ii the to 14ili all dB whom)' of
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j! i'iiiinl\" .1 VnlilHiii. lit 10 ii'i-lfirk .
: n III.ini
To the East \frest I I May A I H tftl1 w.- tn
To the : ized st'rilUeI[ jI ,, 'II'\ t1.
"m i or : milk these u"hllp'pylittle .is SIIM thi-riifiii" nil tinmntl r rHitIn lion T, M Murphv,
I I h., for nutliiiiltv ,..-/ Jo.II. ,
.1. /1. at nubile
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I I .IM JuilKiof our final dis-
onl'lBl'ldoJ11 fail I I show marked "r"t.I" C.r
I Ir to .
'I! I"' 1\ ." i M.'ll.v: I r'.lll'WlllLr. ll.-HITll.l-ll ...
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I'h.tir. :"i'< I :\. "It" S nf tho ofMalk'.ir.
"COAST LINE FLORIDA MAIL" "SEMINOLE LIMITED""PALMETTO y evidence, of malnutrition., They are I .01! 'I.I I I iii Htiltl I'ntintv I ,..-wi' : I i : Km lii-iiili ,'r..,., deceased.111. j.
I.nl rmii,, 14.1) In, s.i"Him on.II ) ntul
The Gore Disinfectant Co. anil' I Ihlll.,, .it. the ii., I lime Itwill pn--
LIMITED" "THE SOUTHLAND" indeed not infiequt-ntly victims of I I..I I \s'.i' .fS.! rli.in' 1 I"''.. 12)) nml :Not : 'i.. s.iil.. our. tinnl nii-iMinlH.11", IH Kxecutors if
l.nl. I'I" i- I ::11 .mil four. Ml I "HniLiolitun ,
: Haul H'al' ami iili l for their approval.
: "HAVANA scurvy! rickets oi pellagra.( The in i I I i-'I: t anil S'''a nf Sl-i'( : of S'lIon! fBi; I l 1117.
LIMITED" "DIXIE FLYER"St. 4 \\estigations- Punk. McCoIlum and ORLANDO, FLA. 44-ti ..21) .ill, In. towiiKlilp) Twintvnllif ((29)So.iulh | l'II"I-I"'I'h.\M I IIIITSON,
A ItaiiKi. tw ''111'| 'liin.' ((2'i"| Kant.IIHH W.,>f. HUTSnv
Louis-Jackionville Expreis. I I - SV\ of SI-: ..r SiTlliui two ((2) ICxecutol-H.'
: ',,,o'IIKIIII', 'rwenty-iilne 12"1 Soulli ofItanili \v. n. en A \VFOKP.Attorney .
.1.. Tuniitv-iiliii-i ) 1'/lHf: In ti;.- for Kxeputnnn I -ni-Cifl
(',,,"nl\' of I ',.Ik. State or Florida.
Ask Your Grocer -:111.... liaxcd

:;;: Steel Slee'pinl Cars between Tampa and Washington ; Jacksonvilleand !; lit the said'hle'hlppltcIIII..n petition Court.for Huch : sale now on upon HIT- AI)MlM!TltTOII'S! 'OT.rl :

For I Dated IJI-P. th, A. n. 1 17.wMvMA Court of Co...lr Judcr, StaleFlorida *f
Chicago, St. Louis Cincinnati, Louisville and MOIiniSON.' ,,.

62-rt AdmlnlHtrntrlx.MAftTKIfS ID re Kmtmtr ut George n. .'.... '1
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Indianapolis. CHEEKNEACSCOFFEES R Tjr4r4 s i r nitnrutm. C...
Cold rain, wind, anT dampness SALK. 1 .
Obterration Cars Dining Cars %brine out the rheumatic aches. An N tic !I. hu.- '.' glv-n to all whom 1
of Sloan's Liniment brines Notice IB hereby Ictlvcn! that, under and !It may concern thAI on the 20th. day of ,
Vial application liy virtue of IIIn..1 decree In Chanceryentered April A. I). 1I shall apply to li.HORo'rable .
quick relief. Norubbirie. It penetrates.Litxiixxeixt on the 2 )th day nf August. A. !>- T. Judge of .. ,1
t:2css 19t 7. In the cams of Dulah Carr and Court aa Judge of Probate, for mYfnkl'd."harle
$ George II. Carr, her husband complain ai Administratrix of \
l Atlantic Coast Line until va. Charles Donexan and Adal n; George B. Tatman. deceased .
F. Johnaton. renfiondenta pendlna In : and that at the same time I. .
the Circuit Court of tkA Seventh Judl will present to said Court my Anal accounts '.'
;, Standard Railroad the Best By Every Test cia Circuit of the Stale of ""Iorld.. In a. AdmnlUtratrlz! of aald estate ..
South
-- ... -. -- [ and for Oapeola County In Chancery, and ask for their approvaL
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the undersla-ned, a. Special Maater In Dated 9ctoberth A. n. 117.
... . . I. .. . .... . ... . . . . .. . . . .o.o. .. . KILLS PAIN Chancery will neil\ at public fl'al'. at the ALMA V. MORRISCW
r' door 0"1///th.. Court Iloua. la KIsiniw.. ., 41-1 mo* rAdmIAISr.td.w $. j


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| EIGHT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE; FRIDAY. JANUARY 1918. '. -.:

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.,. KISSIMMKE SOCIETY! PARTICIPATES .> -C .', "
$ "ociety Notes ; IN It. C. DRIVE < #' \ :.
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Encore Cookies! x ; ,
(Mrs, t;tI': Well. 'Edit, r.) While the usual round of gaiety'at. ,

.- tendant upon the holiday season U .
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at-t. )patriotism\ has] been uppermost( In
i Request !i. made to all patrons of the Valley Gazette to tend items ''leirjfr: enjoyed by Kisslmmea's! social; J. ,

f Events the Editor for publication in these colums.V ill tjjcso events whets! .silver olferlngi ,. "
; ; Society o. ( have been (tnado to the Red Cross, i "
mounting to more than fifty dollam 1 1 We agree with a friend, of ours '.
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+< ooQoo :-+-:-+.;-+. -.....:+:-+-x-.: t+':-+. -:-'+' "it'Jiuted, within. the past.. '' "A part of every child's education ;

... ... . ... ...... .... ;.;... .. .:.......... Thi5;; drive for funds! will be .. WMk'j should be wholesome -
';" :'oQoo----: : : .:..;..:. :-: ::: : ,> I, "": '1. : : : : : : : ; : : : : : ; ; i d! for a f' -IH dugs and the cooKies-crisp, N' r'1
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'ct'dv II double, thin amount, cookies. "
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FOR THE RED CROSS ,,0* ,.. MVN G. C. Livhiirton and Mrs. L. .. I(,

.<, ..;..;. o: :-.;..;. .;. .;..;...;. *:-'I'o' "..:.....(.......".. (..........:-:....:-.':->................('..:...c.J.I : ; It.stave Ingram i,, Uic; event and "Mrs.which A. were W. -Llailby large j I I ' Of butter course,for if'cookiesyou' you have: been J '.

The attractive ..htn of Mr. A. W. net! Cross licneTii r lvcn by ly attended by the winter ..\liK1tor i ) thin may;
Bailey] was the settle of a delightful I \1))-, ,11.1 iMrs, ,M. Katx\ at their at- "Tr. and\ Mrs. Katz -outfrt nlned their I x that cookies, somewhat '

Red Cross tea Saturday nlVim. .ort tt'active home on ]Main street Tuesday friends New Year's night/ with ubenefit of a luxury riowadays.But .
niVht of (the'' most brilliant ! 1. Cream Cottolene, add 4. Place dough in ice box .1
'when Mrs./ Bailey and. Mrs. L. 11. In- I was one \ lit't: their home on Main street. '
J gram were joint, hostesses. An uivI ,' events of the social, peUson.' : ,t'' "s". Hnrry lW"etivt] and Mrs. A, M. sugar gl1l ua1I). you can now make deliciously to chill. .
usual feature "was arranged .for the j vKere\ tho butte/ of lights tho cheery Frain, two of' Kissimmee'a; mo crisp cookies by using economical
Entertainment of the. guests on, this dre and the handsome costumes of j/runiinont winter residents are entertaining -
occasion and they '/gliillivconfribuledan : ''I Ithe 'A'I.testll all contributed to the ; Iheir\ friends at the Hart \ ) Cottolene Instead of using expensive .. ,
extra dime to visit tHo "Big :Side charm of tho evening. Memorial\ this! afternoon. butter And notice 'this too- one- '
Show. but while 'laughter\ -S general -j In the dining room Mro. L. Hin- Ails Jessie Lynde Hopkins! Is giving : .,, third Jess of wholesome Cottolene than l li C
I In the rooms where this show,j gram and Miss Ethel; I Kirlthy presided .a recital at the home of Mrs. II. C. l
was hlld. every lady refused! to divulge at the table and poured hot coffee and Stanford tonight, the proceeds; to be i you would use of butter. j! ,
the nature of the exhibit,' Mrs.! j tluKolutp und served the dainty .sandwiched . divided between the Red Cross and ?
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J.. B. Dillard was found to hold the and inacuroonn. the Y. W. C. A. fund Many 'careful housekeeper have foundfir""
lucky number I IS, and received a pair Beautiful orchestra numbers were The Kissimmc-a Woman's :club willdtvote r f thar .Cottolene because of f its superior rich __ C.. ;r
of silk hose. rendered by, Mr. and :Mrs. II. I). mont of the regular meeting utssgoes much farther than other .hortcninip --
In the dining room Mrs. C. II, :;UI11. liro>.'n, Mrs. S. 11, Bullock and Miss\ next Tue du'y, to a Red. Cross tea which they had been 1.\'sing.\
men presided at a dainty tea (able, Louise Thomason while the guests' "when another generous cum will be 2.. Beat well. S.' Shape cookies, place
while Misses Etbyle Roberson and cl-atted. added l to the local treasury to be eggs Below is a recipe that shows how to make raisin ill center of each and .
Helen Bass served sapdwichos, 'wafers Nearly. thirty dollars! was contributed spent in purchasing! supplies! for the cookies that even expensive butter might| be lake .
to 1 the I Red Cross fund. .
of the
and tea. various departments chapter.\
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I' proud of. Try it and if children
The ailver'offering to the Red! Cross Attending: this event were: Mr. andy air.- see your; I
,work totaled $10.00. J;joying this y l :Mrs M. H. Alexander, Mr. and :Mrs. o-f....:..:. .: : ..:---c.----->--x--,..=+CO.,. a a r aren't tickled with these delicious Cuttolend '.

_i>lejisant'arternoQn.w >reiMrs. .1) \V: 11, Hoice., Judge and MrB.G. I"". . ,. ,.,rookies. Sec if you. aren't JiuhtcJ: wall the. '
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Jal J..P.: t .
P ; andllNrrsre Iteer. .: _tW 1-rl .IL . 4 nillruys'rvitig. ; ;-.u-- .. : : .
G. 'H. Turner, Mrs }o'. II. Gaylord lit-: / : : f ; : m" t. '.' ia tI ; . n '.'___ ... )'..il "'-CulloUlM": .:O'_". _-r,, ..m" :...:r.!._i"1''a..' , : ''ii i.'.1' [.:1,_ sI ,._.,...
Mrs. S. H. Bullock, Brs. C. H. Elam Mrs G. T. Sjngletury Sheriff <...c'X: : -:":-"' '' ':'';':--X-:+:....x.llisses' I CUJI s
i, Mr... 10:. I.. Lesley Mrs. II. II. Hudson. Mrs. L. 11. Ingram, Mr. and Mrs.! 2 CUK. sugar f-
': Mrs. I Yarborough Mrs.J.H.DiIlarti A. Carson Jr., Mr. und Mrs. G. C. : Maude Alice and Adah C 2 eggs_ :
Mrs. II.* W Morrow Mrs. J. McPhut- !i Livingston: Mr. and Irs.! II. C. Stanford Wagner, Helen Bass and Adah Louisa 1 level teaspoon, suda -
ter Mrs. K J. Moyer Mrs. H. R. Mr. and Mrs! L. Overstreet, Simpson Mrs.: Wagner Messrs. Pnir 1 cup| butlvr! milk
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Walter Bass and .!. :M. 1 level teasHJim wit:
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Mr. and Mrs: J. A. liarclay, :Mr. and Gilbert _
Overstreet Mrs. J. M. Willson Jr. 3. Add to first mixture lour' .
Mrs. II. W* Meech'. Mrs. W. C. Bass .1\Irs. II. )/1. Harper Mrs. C. F. Bur. Johnson were: a pleasant party spending theWanner eggs sods dissolved' in milk, 1 1J, lalot"! isNli.CatAway Seed &. Tli stub > Cr hp.
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evening at
Mrs. C. Ni Paver Mrs. A. M. Price, iows,'Mrs. W. B. .Macinson, Mrs.\ Edgar Monday informally ash, teed and lluur to nudes Rainsiule.one) c uki... nude
Mrs. W. A. McCool, Jr., Mrs. Gay Katz her mother, Mrs. Oscar home Music, games and a colt doughy without a speck cf butter.
Livingston. Mrs. E. KaU, Mrs. D. W. Smith of Pntsburg, Pa.,. Mrs. W. B. popping corn occupied the young people Picture No. 1 thaws how to start ,|
the which concluded -
during evening
Crawford Mrs. Minnie Moore-Will- -
Alderman, Mrs. Ethel E. Bass Mrs.
Roger Dodd Mrs. J. Z.' Koberson, son; Mrs. S. B. Aultman Mrs. Claude very appropriately with NewYear's J .
Harper Mrs. Bert Bryan Mrs. E. It.I resolutions as the hands. of the
Mrs. G. IIPrather..)Mrs. C. II. Sum-
Plummer, Mrs. S. II, Bullock Mrs.I clock neared twelve-
ners, Mrs. W. J. Fripp, Mrs. E.E.
Misses Helen I, ). W Alderman, Mrs. A. M. Frain,
Wells Mrs. M. Katz
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.Bass. Ethyle Uoberson, Lucy Wither. Mrs. Harry Meetch. Mrs. E. E. Wells, CottoeneThe
spoon Mildred Turville Louie Jack- Mrs. M. Armor Miss Frances Bay, A
Miss Emma Bachofen, Misses! Mildred I CLASS PARTY *
son, Lily Yarbough, Marion Porter,', C "
Turville Marion l Porter Ethel Kirk- (0 Natural Slwrfeni
Tthel Kirkby. and A. Bowlby d"
by, Elizabeth' Aultman, Anne Bryan -.x":" :""':' -:--:" :+:- ...>C :-oQoo-

...tOoO and Inez Carson '. Louise Plummer Mr!!. J. L. Overstrcet's class of the Vest! Economical Cottolene UaUo aupenor At 'In tins
<0. Katherine Hamilton and Messrs.! C. Methodist\ Sunday.school rave a class! for aU frying and far all shortening at convenient grocers sizes
.O RED CROSS TEA AT THE <. ,V. Ward Kenneth McPherson, L. A. party at the bungalow New Year's
'O KISSIMMEE WOMEN'S. CLUIi .}. Hamilton and Basil tight. which was chaperoned by Mrs
..,. -C. Overstreet and Mrs. J. J. McCranie.The -
484.4a44G4+4PC44r+rP OP04 Q .-. . - . young ladies of the class wild 1-
"-"""""' "" lIamilton.'l and Mrs. Ed ..nrds. I 4}'C C. ,.CC--FCC4: :FC-C.4fi0+.+* fifth mile post.!
l hostesses thin had

j The Kissimmee Women'* Club will A : were l on evening Wile Mr. Livingston i Is an 'octo- 'j The table was spread with all the
give a Red Cross tea on Tuesday, S:- DELIGHTFUL. arranged a series of merry games; for ganarian. he is still an active man. > DOUHLKKDUlNC.: AT +h dtlicacies of the season< und elutes
the entertainment of their and ; '
January 8 at the Unit Memorial guests Ifs: and his wife are held in hi -\ ff J. M. LEFTS HOME C were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Moody
building. Everyone is! most urgently .;.. ..:..:..:+ : .. : : the evening was concluded with teem by a host! of warm fiend f'jed Adamson :Mr. and Airs.: George<
.x----.c"--H-I "lIoover I" refreshments and hot
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invited ,to he present. All visitors Miss Carolyn clwolatc. throughout the city.who remembered '"r"X. XXX FouU, Janesville, Ohio; K.: II. Fox:

und every Kissimmee woman who number of her (ri..n.l.Ionday! night,: Those enrolled in' t the class 'arcMiches : them on this day with: practical presents A doublevedding was solemnized, riid daughter, Miss I Lelia of Mount
feels an interest in and whose! throbbing I II at her home with a delightful "Prom i, Hot Makmson, Muiinl I Pientis. | of clothing, canned goods. and at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Clemens, Mich., and11'0: and :Mrs.
heart .lyats; tenderly for .our | Party" which continued its merrymaking I llorothy Wells. AlphnVestfall. Lillian : groccries- Let .on.Clyde avenue Thursday afternoon Swain and their sons Harry Lee and
soldier boys should attend this I \ tiJ: the bells!' ranIin./ the new : :: Harris, Lois UVCM'street, 1'ssK11 I in the .presence of the Immediate ') John Ku.sst'll.
ing and aid in making it a end Ruby (:race nil,,". :II libel and I relatives when Miss J\lildred'Lee became -
that will mark I'ra'in mcc.t"1 year.Mrs I At. JI JII oQoo>- :-';' > -O'O: > ';'
a new ; .! the bride! of Walter Coble of
I (Fi |1'1/>|{ and Mi-s Carolyn served Claia I'loctl) l<'it. >dit Stliuoil} I.jit. Kit.ilivth : j HKCITAL CC. -
meo'a patriotism hot (I'colnte and cake to the. /" I edbd''r,' Gladys Griffin Wit-1 I tAt lilando.and ;Miss\ Ethel ice wasmarried :> *
Tho tea will be arranged tohe\ Those invited MisMargaret ; to Roy Starbird, also of Or- ':' PARTY 1.'OftJ.ml'til: *
guests! ware -< ,1'aivieltu l :Silioit: \, :Mary t Sin t- II""Y" .
'flTicjentsocial/ ,) committee of the club I Norma I :. *' '
r Matte( lundo.l. .
a'nd Stanford Maggie MAQ MeCtam.', Mimic Pills I ',
with Mrs. 1,. ')II I Ingrum,' chairman : 'I i? +"hi t o'tloi-k Friday evening, n.:+:--.o:+:---x---:+,..:..:-: o---o:..>> .
Griffin, Violet Bullock Lois .lorin-. I :Margaret Lf Ruth Campbell: PercleMOOVFIMXKD January, Alh, jtt thu home of Mr. II.Vprnon l ,T. I n. Sibeit, pronounced the
jibly,assisted. by. .1\I1-A. W" .) Dai son.Fra .a T'1cker"Jlla1'T'Ilfo'! ; .' (L > IiSottl 00 S. avenue, 'double f'tl'vil'n.n after a luncheon' of' Miss Helen Buss l gave n delightful
\ 'i ; Y"1" 'j- .
,' lIAt.KtZ"Mr.H" In e I j er nib k.en ,1 nd fop in.d \nsi!: : I, ( he l hllpor party ,Ly the :Alumni of .ths, (')sc'ou'
and fr.W ) lde m I ''M I1 .I J't ou 0 l.I.it-n tl-clt, I" iji! */9.4ft
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t \( ich she
,yliho pro ift1aw I x 0 .1I .- UA e :V 1\ nl I e a ht -athoor'Soivt ,
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.:..:-:--:-:..: ..:..:-:--:-:-:..:..;..: .:.. .... .. ... , tit I .iocl of up rt d . . . . . . . . . . . dttoCross Re h.e ei-e r 1 '-00 n.njg..,itI?l\."( .1
:-: : :-:-: :- ; ) . '
:Messrs Dirk) and Ned Bullock] ,. Frank ....'....._...._.,........ ................'...'............ .....''.';'. and the' V. i .A Mm.rnumudmiHsion . r )f de'li1' !;: ndt Safid" "
{> MANY niid I, Edgar Brvan Bert Wells,] G ',raidcrn ) <- .5 > >n' .. I V i pmtcani follows thl'm-t o a ha4t..! warm friends, who wirlK's and hot choculat.were nerved
STRiNGERS TriS. '' Murray OverstieetVerm .:. / : ) GROCERY <. 1 : c' t"nd t to thorn felicitations on this ('In" ,.,101" green und i>,dd. .tttiac-
*.> EVG.1' HART MEMOIll: : \L *. \ViUnn. Henry SingU-tary, Joe nnd .:. L s.< ;s \\t.r: .> ( ''jlllri1\" MacDernnd tw-it while. !they. regret/ losing two \/v.l. d"cor'nted. the rooms
0:: "Mill" Farmer of Davenport Roy C. + anal .>t tti.iitirnVmhers, ; of Kissnni Tho iiivitc-d :Mi' .
oQoo--> :-';' >';' ';' >';'';' > >,;" .N .. ... ....... .. .._ I II Thii"hriMniiis( t S'liigHA guests wen
( ,.rr. VVnlter Bass, 1'rntor-Gilbert; C. ' ('hiistmaarol< A. Walter Kramci i"It', in itil . Ethel Oill'rt11111, : ie Belle Harris,
New Owing to other attractions fOl,1 I I H. Summers, and Sheldon Johnson. I I \ Iiip''I; 'I Food( i ti'I'c't: ; Hoover, : will:. ; "No Cradle] wa"i There and No Fire" I '"ill ('ouilrwill| ic,idc in Orlando, Kathleen B"lIr''I1.! Mari Bo.\d Grace
Year's night/ a get-acquaintc-d/ I : not, be ,presi'iu at the meeting of the Lira I.chmuhii l'i. nut of town gusts" present at Winn Lilian Trenti1nnd, :'Messr. .

social building evening at live Hart Memorial -:......:-->...............--X-.. .......................-..............-....) KissimmeeVommn's. < ')Iflb 'I'ue.d'y, replaced the customary afternoon, he will !be ably! (', Iltl"il'd' Apopkn, ofllr. I
Tuesday W. Morrow evening program. Mrs. II. ** :MRS LIVINGSTON 4ENTERTAINS : iind a cleverly conducted! ,icprescntoil food vI'hunge \-- \, "The ing. Viigin'v of the King"!Lullaby", : ) _. .(_from_ u.BI.tk"('om-.I . 'lu'Ioil'd1: r.UHI parents Mrs.I Z. N. ......._.........._.H..w.........................'............._...........................

the presided us hostess ando I C. ; .:. will emu.e the! guests us "well) ',, "('''mt', Lassie1and.. Lads"! EnglishAir !; I'urker of Lakeland.' Mrs Pinker i ia ill I
delightful informal time fully repaid C.- o us be valuable from an eioriomicI \ 17th ('ClltUI' sister! of tht' brides.! ':' :MISSIONARY:; SOdE'IY {.

those who/ braved the unusual ..._.. ....._......_...'..................!..........._..'.-...._!...!................_........... I I "tand|>oint. Sous; ,lea Oran {'rll y.Augusta Holmes! I v
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old ... .. .
to be in attendance. ..... .... ..... ....
| lie! sure and come and the conscrvatiomst's I : :- : : <-:-> : : > :-< ; :-:-<-: : : : < : :
Ladies brought thtir knitting and Mrs. Gay 1 Livingston! entertained lewurd reap Ana from "Samson and l Delilah"Saint! .- I .:..:......>.:-:..:-:.,,+:.-O--X-X---:+>-
conversation und I I.AO | ___ __ __ __ u_ Saeus"My The :Missionary.ointy! of the First
story telling pleas- 1)
pleasantly! Thursday afternoon
rntly occupied their time. with very a Red Cross tea at her home on .-. ._.................... ............_......................_..._............._................w._.L,. I Impromptu: Hsart at<.' Thy Sharp Dear:Minor Voice.Reinhold" I .> SEVENTY-FIRST: : I AMI: *: Baptist treeting church at tjie held'home an of Mis.interesting! .1. A,
Among the out-of-town visitors *:
FIFTH HiitriiDVY
Emmett. street r rr I
r. present Mrs S. .J. I i Fantasia Impromptu '__ "Chopin .. 11111'clllNew; Year's afternoon, with
were: McElwain; I The rooms were attractive with rr CELEBRATED I KKJIITVTIII ( > : CELKIiKATED; : ( ; AT DINNER
____ _- _ _ Mis.: I 1C. S. Hall
Mrs. J. II. Mouser and Mrs. :Mcnuet _ ,1'nderewski in charge of the pro ..
Wm. Gallagher Christmas decorations and miniature I I'; iti> 131R'I'111).1Y i > I i <
gay a Lullaby __ _ __ _ ._ _ Cyril Scott .. ... ; gram ...
all of Dayton Pa.; Mcs.\ N. tree occupied a prominent II .:..:-: ..... :. :..:. .:.<..: :---o-- >---o--
.. "The. Rainy Pay". _Wm.1'c!' Bentley Mr. 1I111'clay'IIl'rVl'.J delicious! sandwiches -
t 11. Sitton, Clares; Homes Alberta, pla..e.The. < : :-: :..:-:-,.
"The Sleep that Flits on Haby's Eyes"John A birthday ,dinner was celebrated coffee, tea and cakes.S'1' .
'Canada Mrs. F. J.
; Nye Princeton, ladies chatted and plied their I I R.'O. Livingston, a well known citi-i of Mr. and
Alden Carpenter Thursday: at tinhome!
111.; Miss Alice Nye, Putnam 111.; knitting needles and the afternoonwas 7.11'wbo lives outside
just the city
(from "Gitnnjah") :lbs W..II. Swam at 101U Emmett; JOHN'S EPISCOPAL: ( IIUIJCHMinuter
Mrs. G.
II. Turner and
Mrs. .
F. II
concluded
with refreshments of ,, limits on the Orlando road celebratedhis I
"Love Is :Meant to ;Make Us Glad" .street in honor of Mrs. C. II. Moody
Gaylord Conn. '
Torrington Miss
/ ; Lil- tea and wafers. Mrs. S. H. Bullock eighty-third birthday New Yenr's
: (arr. from "Merrie EnllanI" and little friend John Russell! Swain. in Charge, !L. II. Kirkby.
lian Moore Quintet in /- I
Wellslon O. Mrs.
; E. M. and- Mrs 11. C. Stanford and host
atthe I' at bountiful
presided day was a din
Cooper Miss Edith New ) __ Kdward German ].ira. :Moody is 71 and John Russell is FcHtivul of the Epiphany 11 a. m.
Cooper Castle
tea table while Misses Violet Bul- ner given in honor of the occasion.
"Land of (lope and Gl'irv"Sir live this month. prayer Holy Communion and sermon
Ind.; Mrs.! J. O. Moore Wellston! lock and Norma Griffin served I II 1 Plates laid for
the! Sir. ;
were and Mis. I
.:
I I m still Subject: "The of the End"
Ohio K. M. Cooper New Edward Elgar :Mrs. Moody though 71 active Beginning
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Castle Ind.;. guests. i I| Livingston: Mr. and :Mrs.\ M. 1) Alexander .
750:
I "Star Spangled Bllnner"I und doing her house! work. : p m., evening nnd
Mr.: and Mrs. enjoys! prayer sermon -
Alva Brink I I
J Owa.I Clarence Nine dollars and fifty cents was 1| !Mr. and l lIr.; ... Dark Howell and Samuel Arnold'',John Russell has just reached his "subject" Our Star."
I realized for the Red Cross fund two daughter. :Misses\ Ruth and

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