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 11, 1918
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00837
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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MORE GOOD ROADS PRINCIPAL FEBRUARY 220 SCHOOL CHARTER RECEIVED BY BIG ACERAGE OF POTATOES


DAY AT COUNTY FAIR FARM (LOAN 'ASSOCIA'N '


' ,\ TOPIC' AT JANUARY MEETING ADMISSION OF-EVERY OSCEOLA OVER $60,000 GRANTEDGREATFARM CERTAIN' TO BE PLANTED IN ,


SCHOOL KIDDIE WILL BE PAID DEVELOPMENT LOOKED

: OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ON THAT DAY-FINE. ,SCHOOL FORCLOSER.COOPERATION. OSCEOLA COUNTY THIS YEAR r

EXHIBIT CERTAIN-:LARGE AT- URGED ,'BY FEDERAL LAND .

1 TENDANCE EXPECTED. BANK.t

DISTRICT NUMBER 5 WOULD BOND FOR $44.000 FOR, ROADS. Friday February 22nd will be The Kissimmce Farm Loan Association KISSIMMEE ENTERING ERA OF GREAT PROSPERITY GREATER
has received charter from .
SURVEY OF NEW ROAD FROM KENANSVILLE TO' CONNECT School Day at the county fair' and, the Federal Farm Loan a Board of FOOD PRODUCTION CAMPAIGN ON MANY ENLIST AS*SPUD"

WITH FELLSMERE ORDERED-ROAD REPAIRING GENERALLY the entire juvenile'population of Onesola Washington/ which was> issued on 'the PATRIOTS-CROP NO EXPERIMENT-EXPERIENCED FARMERS
county may look forward to al 1 26th of December. It is now authorized -
rl DISCUSSED COMMISSIONERS MAY HIRE MEN FOR .ROAD REPAIR day unmitigated: joy for the members to transact business within the LEAD THE ,PROCESSION. PLANTING AS HIGH AS SEVENTY-FIVE
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1 IN OWN DISTRICT-WHITTIER SAYS"ME, TOO.' of the Board.of Public Instruct : following territory.- Twps. 23 and 24 I. ACRES EACH-OTHERS FOLLOW SUIT. :,
S. Rs. 27 to 34, inclusive, in Orange
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tion have decreed that on that day the i i county; Twp. 25 S, R's 27 to :t4 inclusive ---
, 't. \The! Board of County; Commissioners county should 'pay the admission ,to ,, and Twpa.. 2I> and 27 S, U's'28to .. ,: There is no' longer any'doubt in the

'.. met in public session on Monday, I A., W. WINN. WELL-KNOWN the grounds of every: school child 34 E, inclusive, in Osceola county, STATE BANK ELECTS OFFI- / mind. of the most pessimistic that
1918\ will down in the annals of
all members being together State of- Florida go
present CITIZEN. DIES TUESDAY '
Its borders.
,,' 1, with th ..clerk of the board and. its within Farm Loan Associations arc not CERS FOR COMING YEAR Osceola county as one of great agricultural ,
This plan was tiled last and lines development when her fertile
year confined to any county boundary!
: saddened by
The
legal adviser; city was Tuesday! was an unqualified success.' Eight but are arranged, for the convenience, Thi?' stockholders of the State' Bank acres, will 'be made to yield bountiful
G!: M.L Sullivan appeared uefrehe. the passing away of A. W. Winn, one hundred from schools of its membeiB. of' Kissimmee met in- annual session' crepe, when the great country that
graded \
board. in the interest of the proposed; of its respected 'citizens,. who died at pupils With the receiving- of this charterthe on Thursday, January .JO.' constitutes the very heart of Florida
Buggy ,Creek road lie stated that his home on N. Orlando avenue.Funeral and rural districts ,assembled at the I association was granted some The reports showed; the deposits of will no longer be known as ,a cattle
\ Milliard Mad been 'over services were said over the entrance of flic grounds with appro. sixty odd thousand dollars and there the hank the largest in its history country alone, but while she will produce
Commissioner priate banners and pennants and are still eight or len applicationswhich and its condition R'enl'I'ally'I'I'y satisfactory. -. more and better cattle she will
the route with: him. After some dis- remainn Thursday at' 20'p.: m. at thj marched with their! teachers to the I will he acted on shoitly. The i The board of directors play an impgrtant; part in the} world's
- 4 uMon, the board's attorney was "inttrueted Christian church when the formerlector. money. granted under these loans will was re elected'as follows; N. C. Ilryiinir drama that is being .staged on foreign _

to confer with Pat.,,,Johnston.,,,, t '! (r,Jtcv!: ,' "A.MjCJnishqlm.: ( t'1 irnc! '. ;center< of th t t'ground.'! : .where.... exercises' :;l> M\IJllIrtts.!; { ,JN" .n '!':\:.;.. ,, a' (h1..A, '"ro".i..j.JJti.\! ( ; \ xli1. tai\ as d Y',u;Ins tU*,;\;:.fioldnby/ '"hatMi "f."atev" ,,;;- .:;". a
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"' '1Itw'N ) "' < : 'j- 7 '' '' ''''' 'nYaWaniT opinions'given.. :\rKatz'irirrseyirrdJ. production campaign
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-t all< This processional was perhaps(! the : The Federal Loau I.ank of ("olum- Wade Tucker. j Jt.110 longer requires a dreamer to
1; N,: c to fcet: a road due 'north from Mount > The church was'file! I to <.IveI'IW'\I.. most.,inspiring): sight of the entire fair' bi", S. C., through which the chartei Upon the adjduinnient of.the visualize the picture of Kiimimmee
; t Cannel ch urch." i ing with friends, former burb'sr l UM; for the future, of, tiny VommunStv : was ..received in writing of the organization holders ,the directors met and \ 1 adding to her fame by'qualifying as
A. *L. Hunt of Kenansville! presented I I oocM'tes' and pupiL of the ')svt ;slallU'h rests( in the hands. of'its embryo citizens says: as officers: r.' A. 'arson I'r >MtOl'k-1; 'the center of a great potato raising
claim deed to road right of I .School, who cam'1 tJ J pay .Ills! ) and the bright, intelligent' far 'Now: that you are a duly chartered I M. Katz and K. L. Lesley, tract where the acreage of this- valuable
" a quit ,itriti'te to the memory o. r iraii who of OvccoJa's youngsters give uunustukablc business oiganjzation) I .hope| that dents; Horn Thomas: cashier: ; J. I 1)). crop will, mount. into the thou ,
way and proposed; to exchange this hut done much of !jfj-Jil; I th.o-iiiii 1 ihe promise" of great things to you will not stop there in your ef- Jelfoid-s, tellerU.. C. Slight, book- sands
for: unollu-r' deed, it being found that i I passing. yearn: and wh.i l.ad loft .1.1I cone forts to improve farming conditions ke.per'an< 'collector.' I Ki.stdmmee is right now entering
'. 'U charge was necessary in the route I lusting influence on the community. The exhibit made by the schools !I in your community. The 1t1'I'lllest', The condition\ \' of. the bank .promisoveiy '' such an era, in fact, entered it months
of stock1pen and d dipping: 'i 1 Floral oHVrinjrs! of unusual bvaulyexpresind last year reflevteil great credit on the handicap L o the development (If agriculluie \- I satisfactory business during the ago by preparing the land and securing l
because l U t ta
( Iho sympathy of many I' I'I'I' the fertilizer and seed for
educators of the county and occupied in this country in the past current ycur.i a rec
fat on the railroad at ){('nankvllle.He fl'iends. ord-breaking .
\\a /m I i has been the lackof co-operation planting.
also asked 'that the hard surfaced During his evidence. here until building ] !, nin'ong the] farmei--, any given com i 1I1ASCNS'INSTALL-N) WLY I II' The statement was considered

, .. ru.d' in Kenans*, illo he repaired Com- '' about. 'live 'year" ago the deceased I the resources. and industries' of fl1 'I lI1unitIn. you i national farm loanassociation ELECTED OFFICERSAt somewhat as a joke when it was first
".y 'F-<, Ui xioner duy; suggested that each owned and conducted th<' K'ssimme. ; county as well as the school faculties.' you have the] nucleus of published that one thousand acres
JoniiniHsioncr be allowed to hire Inch 1'It'l' 1'lant. Since that time lie bar de- The school bouul luis matte al nppiopnation im ul'tral1l-'II'lion of fal'l1I"hieh I' the regular; meeting, of o/'lin/CI'I would likely be, planted near this city
(in his own dlst'it. l\>mmiijii -rLi vi-t"<) hi t :,r"> l II h' (trrovr I'll T, ''- to furnish paper and other should develop ill the future into a Blossom I.odgt'0./ !t0 Free and Accepted / this spring, but "truth' will out" and

vrtrtivet thought that l'ach'com' i in !,milk countv. ncresurv. null:-rials to prt'parc another (, substantial business organization, Musuiis, heCd ut than hall on nearly every
n.-.sioner should be limited to .1 pro A'lfl'l'dV.. Winn was born irt Lau. exhibit) which baoccl on lunt; which ,need not confine its activities :Monday night of this week the following abided to the
rata share for his dnstr Irt, 1iiims! r('nr. S. C., April Ifith IKIi:1.loved;:) year's expVrience' will ]likely lie more'I to the hm'JwinIC, of money t on farmloan officers, elective and appoint- : At first these.
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sioner Guy; objected) to Wh..ier: i acing to Cartersville. Ga.! when quite :a\ creditable still. More interest will | security( through us. If your association ive, were, installed for the year 11)18: : t five and ten acre
left out Ue said that WIH..I.T small bov ,r'er losing his mother,, l he taken ;by the) pupils too, and it i' will have regular meetings: W. U. Critvvford, Worshipful Mas teen acres but
hud! been paying every road t.i:, for he' went 1'1 > !'.'"'ilia" where he livedI anticipated that nearly double the I and discuss matters of interest to I ter. astonished at

the other pails of the county, commissioner I until h<* Piint'l' to j'lorida in Decem- number of, kiddies, will c'n.jov the ] your farmers, invite! to appear before: George W. Overstre/et, Senior War : 'fifty acre tract.
'Jlilbard said that the road i ber. 1 1'/1(." sights and sounds of this year's annual you men who can give you progressive I three men this
supervisor should .bo( given USSIIMa.iict "! When. qt( ie': 1 c.: small boy he gave celebration\ than was presentlust ) ideas along agricultural lines, den.Thomas J. Woodall, Junior Warden. ing sixty, I

to do this work, and that if the hit; heart to God .and united 'with I the season.. I and do what' you can promote cooperation J. Karle; Lupfer, Senior J Deacon.} acres,
commissioners did not hire the work Baptist 'church.lie in other lines of the fa'rming. Howard M. Katz, Junior Deacon.' ised not to say a
done they should not be. liable for 'the I 'made his home in Polk county,, ROAD BULLETIN ISSUED BY I business than the borrowing; of II. W. Boice, Senior Steward. ]It. noticeable!
Florida until l the HK)4/ ) when he.kcaled out
<-us, ing. year il\Oney. you will justify'ono of the M. I 11. Alexander, Junior Steward. planters are
New Koad Bond Issue. I'ro|>osed.Commmsioner . at Kissimmee. During thij FLORIDA STATE AUTO ASS'NTourists hopes of the,; framers'! of the II, M. Peake, Tiler. In this section! for
Guy presented a petition I year he placed his membership witH ::1 Federal Farm Loan Act I feel, personally Moses Katz Treasurer. oughly familiar
'' 23 the Christian church, where! he has that the is before who feel
from his district signed by who contemplate I a tr'p opportunity W. J. Steed, Secretary.
\ freeholders for a $44,000.00 road I bond I been a member and consistent, worker down the East Coast of Florida will our farmers in the Third District e S. L. Lupfer, Chaplain.W. results. It is
issue, the proposed road to start on I He passed away after a lingering be greatly relieved to hear that the I to develop along 'cooperativelines B. Crawford and F. C. Bryan i I anycountry to
the ,Okeechobee county line at Mrs. ,illness January 8th, 2 oVlotk a. m. new concrete bridge ,at Stuart will be and I sincerely trust that the will r"preRl'ntthe local Masons at the of a man who
McLaughlin's place run due moth on He leaves a wife, fqur daughters,, opened for traffic before the end of I Kissi 1mee' National Farm Loan Association Masonic Grand Lodge meeting to be I edge largely '
section line to l lx kosee-Kenaitsville Mrs. II. R. Hale, Grace Gussic, May January. will prove to be progressiveand held in Jacksonvil next week. experience.
,
td, then due north from' Kenans- and a son, Norman A. Winn, to mourn We have had several" more reports aggressive in furthering cooperative i Will Plant
Ie along railroad to the end of his his lOBS this week saying that the work among its members." Take Sheriff L.
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.iP strict .at Canoe creek, leaving five Jacksonville route is, terribly Waycrossto bad. This activity has already been anticipated NITRATE OF SODA stance. Mr. I

: in Commissioner Haas's districtto A telegram from ,V.I' R: Walker, however, by the progressive the consistent '
connect with the !Melbourne road. ANNUAL MEETING OF secretary of the Richmond Automobile growers of this section who have ty and has
The clerk advised they I board as to formed two co-operativealbodies,, theiKissimmeefeQtrus SOLDAT yeajxout.! .o.I IJe,,, ) s
ClubusaysSTourists; .
tr'-
,the conditiolt1h'' 'oViA\.l.he\ 'j general roadW" :': report route } ') hanKe; which : :rf'jWiLLBE!' ); take and Wha ; ; t
IVII1W: avannahibad.giGcm-iaValdo8ta3 1 i
r JUI1lI.i l&l omlnl Tone uyffflinii.stedjioutBiiteo. st J : AUTO ASS'N l' con' A ugustaTtCInTu/ irniiaTfl'inehurgta [own.and[pperatesl"oneB&" >f y th(| most utto "as atl '
'r' _wJR.lOO.OJ: ( ( I tjnl(1! du extensile!packinghouse nj .,hekta letinndUh3iKi88immceJTrucker8 lured 0 a ("el'tnl
> nd "m( *Raleigh] $Tgh Ifm i le T5 n /gointo'j COSTTOjGROWERSArrpngements -
x\rat'ff\ ju \0' v ( | AgolnUaticTn | ngrlil s ,
mfMria
) ha
"twithhh iVflflhetrTel ATrORLANDOsFEB4The rkittllejlnin widd ie fwhicW: lookSwaf terl thdnrenlraf: ; udJfoiv! mllll* '
rll1 IWIIi ; : I"eterlsburir1lmnn'f; '"*4vr $*'v'*" *>"
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ml inder-.of. the yeui.: ' : farming interests of this section. vithin.just a, few
After' Dipping/ Vat Thejliest louteto Tampa Via' Kissimniee The .ecent'action of the Federal are' being completed : The ground has
Ai the beginning of the afternoon la Ila-inca City. Lake' Alfred, Land Hank in issuing the charter for now for co-operative purchasing -1 some lima und doing."M
ne.8ion Commissioner (Ovel'st.'ct. annual meeting of the Florida 'AUhurndale Lakeland. After leaving -! the local Farm Loan Association and of a car ,of nitrate of soda foi the feitilizer out :
State Automobile Association will. beheld Auburndale. take south road. Thenorth !' distribution\ to in this conn,
growers
brought up thi' subject( of dipping putting it on a legal I basis to receive gram. stated to
Oilando.! Florida, Monday. road along shore of Lake Ari- ''t\ at cot. "Florida's share of the
vat for cattle and urged/ that something : in I and distribute the loans to its members the (;lIzeU" that
be done to build these for the February 4. 11MK, at 10 II, in. All affiliated ana is now being, pt.yed, and is practicully ; in this community can not but l large order \placed] some time ago bI >' the L'Oth of this
county Attorney (add 1 advised, t the ; motor club- of Florida will closed to traffic, *. help ti stimulate the farming indus- I: the U. S. (Government; / from Chih' ? k- I 'and I hoped, 'to hu,
1 nard, that no money could l bt e"tak.en semi -xleleRatoh to this meeting. Annual I There are no bad sp\itH\ on tire south j try and greatly. increase the produc- due to arrive shortly and in older, in UN ea l'1yIS the ]
out of any of the funds to do this ll'POl't"vill: hv! made by the various route and fair time can: be made tion of food. I to revoive their propoition (Osceola) 'He will /pee n

work; that the mistake occurred in clubs and by the officers of the I ." _ _ _ _-n____-___ growers must get together I five and a half
not providing a sufficient number of Florida State Automobile A sodat i It will be necessary to pay cash for Rl'll'

lyilK for this. purpose in the leakingup io". ;l this matciial it.ship's' side and as the W"wn' asked, as
\ KISSIMMEE VOLUNTEER
of the last budget lie said, however Officers and director are to be FIRE DEPARTMENT 1 bank haye; agreed to, advance, money "...'h'd aIni 'tha
elected! for the ensuing Amended on merchantable \ this cal be
; that the board. could! instruct the year. paper ,1\1' said : "Last )
,clerk to write to the comptroller, ] .1'for, Io '-Iaws are to be submitted for in'ivinged. /made 'us high as
permission to divcit scope money adoption: flans for greatly enlarging f MAKES ANNUAL REPORT - FINE RECORD I It will also be; necessary to ordercoOperittiv0ly i and the highest,

Iron' one of the funds to, huiJ.lln.e t i the scope of activities' of the [ a car load as small but I t this is the I
vats. The board instructed t the. ..II. i. i Florida. State Automobile Association .shipments can not be made. Thare-: I I the *gciieral avera
=':t,A write for permission: to use money during 1H8! !! are to .be, mithoi-i/.ed. A | fore, if you will notify me within the : 4(1( to' ro barrels
f I ,)llIut of the Special I'uhlicity Fund.M. I plan for sign-hoarding the! entiLo e CITY COUNCIL ASKED TO REAP i Itest, all menrbers' of Company B, and" 'next week hiw much you will need j jI' and if they \' ( (
I of Florida i U fj I Ham I'l'Ilthe1', now it) the Aviation and what bank to draw order
1. M. Smith of Orlando, :Slate: main highway system i POINT FIRE CHIEF LUPFER. I' on your a man can easily
Road Commissioner. appeared and )be, discussed and! acted upon. A planto !- FLAME FIGHTERS Corps.Headqui.rters will be taken care of. for his crop"
BUY
addressed tie( board on the subject of have each motor club in the state LIBER for the company is a I Individual shipments 'of one-half I Sheriff Ingrain
t\ re-grading the new road across Reedy ,"" -opl'rute in publishing ti booklet TY BOND AND GIVE LARGEL"II, commodious! room on the, second floor ton and upward can be handled] in this er and l doesn !
f creek. He foaled that the fill should | showing ::100! pictures of Florida's 1 of the city hall and here monthly 'shipment: It is impossible. at pros- crop, but has a
Y. M. C. A. AS WELL. '
be raised 18 inches for H d of :, good roads is to be outlined and acted I tI husinen1l'etings! are held. Kcgula'rpractice | ant to say how much per ton it will growing when
runs with the fire truck are 1 lost but it will be at cost at ship's-rside
net !less than :)000 fpot i.i ol'dpr 11 ; upon. hives; The '
provide against possible floods. He I On the same date at 7 p. m there : That Kis.immee" property isvel]I.1 when made on the Tuesday nights of ('arh'e..k plus eight l to Ki... imnl(>e.I work the corn in

said that this work was absolutely I will he a banquet' ') and open meeting I I protected from loss by fire by as efficient I for an'boys hour qualify or more.for speed]It is artists a I Let will me need.know by tho Lath; how much crop' i is largely !! /
necessary in order that the state volunteer deportment as car n you Mr. Ingram grows;
af-filiated of
: matter comment that the members
carry out its plr.n of maintainmight I I : be found anywhere' is a matter ol f B. K. EVANS; corn is matured, ),
fill I Good; ,speakers and boosters will enliven are always present on these nujht.sand j County Agent. I II is needed
ing the road, und that if the was 1'ratification to residents Ieve 1 'and i1j r that nothing but the most to

not, made then 'Osceola and u washout county( would should have occur 'I| road .the building event.operations A full in report Florida of j]t' would-be recognized: investors as a awing The boys card wh lij I" I this matters schedule.are: allowed But to it interfere has 'been urgent with explained "I 'A.:.,...................... .................................. .................-.A.-.-.. .....-.:...1 1 toy:Mr.he turned Ingram's-

of Will lu* made by a representative of hilt ; illustration of
lo bear the burden the upkeep. > I compose force are loyal to theii for it l is known that the company
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C'apt.: Farmer, road supervisor, stated the! Floiida state road department. chief and fully realize the respon, fines its members' in case of absence .:. WOMAN SUFFKAfiK !MICAS-; .> sighted men are
that Mr. Cresaap, the state engineer, Hon. M. M. Smith, president of, the I sibility of their positions and sci and these fines are collected .;. run I'A.ssKD BY CO.NGUKSS .>
had approved ..the existing, grade and Florida State Automobile] Association i I prompt is.their response to the warning with fun at the --::. ..
some delinquent's RUSSIAN
expense. WANTS
that he had curried out his instruc I will make his! annual report. The whistle that few blazes have beer <:. Wshington, Jan. 10.Woman <: TO SUB

tions. Mr. Herndon, state engineer, secretary, Mr. C. F.. Hill, will also 1: fast enough to cause much damage The company is well with .:* suffrage by Federal constitutional .!. SCRIBE FOR THE GAZETTE
who was present, when asked for his I make a report, and likewise the secretary i before; they have been overcome. r11 fire lighting apparatus equipped and has a .> amendment/ won in the <* '
:', opinion as to the cost of the fill, said of each motor club. The chief of the department is appointed four cylinder American J.al"rltn'eil'l'/ ,'> house tonight with exactly the <:. The Gazette is in receipt of a postcard -
that $2000,00 would cover the work. During the afternoon of the same by the city council and San, truck, supplied with chemical tanksO .:. required number of affirmative> from far-away Russia in which
: The board discussed the matter at day the visiting members will betaken Lupfer, Jr., has just been named tc and :.!() feet of chemical hose.. There :. votes. .> the writer expresses a desire to subscribe -
soma: length and after taking a vote over the rourl system: of Orange succeed himself to that position. Dur,- is also 1,200 feet of 2 1-2 inch hose. :8* While members in their seats > for this paper. Following is
decided to take no action in the mat- county in automobiles furnished by ing pieviousyeais he has been i itI From time to time the water I.8* and throngs in the galleries .> the text of the card:
ter. the Orlando Motor Club. / I charge at times. of fires only, but thii ; of the city's mains has been pressure tested l waited with eager interest the .> Dear Sirs: L
;,... Everj'body Wants Roads. This will be the biggest( good( roads I i year he will direct the work of th! I and on the last of these occasions it I'> house adopted, by a vote of 274 .> I 'beg you to he So kind as to sendme
;r. Commissioner Guy requested boosting event in the history of Florida j department ut all times. I was found to be 50 pounds nozzle I'.' to l.'Jfi, a resolution providing > a sample copy of your journal
per'I'I I because representatives from all The annual :' submission "The dazette';
mission that survey be made election held Monde! : i pressure on four lines of hose at ones for to the statesof > Kissimmee Valley
new road from Kenans villa to Ap- parts of the state will participate.The night named the following officer I time. the 8o-caUed Susan B. Anthony:' (one or more numbers) and to tell me
poxee on to the St. Lucie county line auto clubs! are fast becomingthe I for the ensuing year: assistant chief The t fire laddies have not confined .:. amendment for national enfian- subscription rate for this paper to(
to connect up with the road from best advertisement a communitycan Julius Smith; captain. K. 1 I. Smith: their activities to fighting/ flames this S* chisement of women. <. Russia, postage prepaid. '
Fellsmere. It came up in the discussion have, and theii work is but just lieutenant, Jim Goodwin; ; drivers: year but have "gone/ over the top" <. The measure now goes to the <- Yours respectfully,
that followed that this route had begun. Before another year has Earl Lupfer and Tom Miller. Th with a $50.00 gift to- the Y.. 1\[, C. A <. senate for ratification or rcjec- > A. P. NECHAEV,'
already been surveyed three times by elapsed the scene of their activities company has a social department t ,war fund after subscribing to a $50 <- tion. <) Georgievsie, Tersicaja, Oblast, I
.,, various engineers but that no plat will have broadened until the organization with Verner Ellis president; T. J, Liberty Bond. 4- <- Caucasas, Russia. A41
was available. Mr. Guy was instructed will be recognized as a mighty Shuman vice. resident; Sam Lupfer,' The social side of their work is not OtOwHI
(' to employ R. R. Reynolds, C. E., power in the advancement pf Flor secretary, and Julius Smith, trees forgotten Sand the banquet given to NO BAND CONCERT FRIDAY:

of St. Cloud and. have him make the ida's interests. urer. ,Roy Harmon, G. W. Harmon,' the members) of their honor roll returning BEWARE OF FROZEN SEED SUNDAY CONCERT AS USUAL'Owing
survey as soon as possible. The Kissimmee Club has a large J. M. Crafton, H. P., Suhl, Will home from the border service -
.The county printing: was apportioned membership and will without doubtbe Wheeler and Albert, Huling are othei last summer and the farewell 4 && .
the delinquent tax list going: to well represented at this anndal names on the roll. vto these same men on the occasion supper County Agent B., E. Evans has requested to the fact that severatjlj.j',
"' ,the Valley Gazette; and the other nor meeting.It In addition to this personnel the I of their second leaving win lin- the Gazette to warn | the members of the band wlttfbe! :>ut7; f/ *a'. tI1<
and printing to the St. Cloud fire company has on its honor roll th farmers concerning frozen '
tices job : ger long: in pleasant.memories as will : potato town Friday nljfht, therr'wHM>.iK>>>'Lll
Tribune. is none too -oon to begin plan. names of four members who bare also the spread; of last Tuesday night seed. Mr. Evans states that lie has '
The board adjourned without making ning what you are going to do toward volunteered for militaryservice, examined some of the seed already concert on that date. The'Sunday'afternoon

" ,,' -' any appointments for the ensuing: making: the second Oseeola County These are Sergeant Roy Graves, Ser received here and that lie has found. concert WiU take 'place 'a.
?'ear" Fair an unqualified success., geant G. W. McGowan. Corporal In (Continued on Pace 4.) some of it damaged by frost. usual. 01 .' ,
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TWO. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY JANUARY 11, 1918. _

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having' rend the glowing; accounts (u : : : -. _.n_.____ : ;
I few truthful ) of thiN 1 fair Southland, I '1 '
I I777 where the sun hone :'iCO-) ; days In the THE INDIAN BRAHMAN III
Sf. Cloud ,Department your, flowers bloomed the Hume, without i I __ III j asrilr.tat Bankof

1ct| or hindrance; ; or "R--lp, and St. i I II Hv C.' A. Carson, Jr.. in II i

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0I' nthiiHiumn\ : docidiixg! it wiia' lhG; ]leaven I' 11 :, I} .
NE\VS AND .NlMICS o1'71fji! "\\ \IMCIt, : f'l'irt':
tux) ne, hp arrived just in tlinto\ Kissimmee
Mius.: 1\1.\ \.\(; lm': .
I .1 J.\ I.I'S h.ive Ins{ sunny liiMni.s niiipi'il in t 11\1' Indian Hialimu: rattle are, as'
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.. IMI.I. To!; Old] .Jack Frost!! bit I hard this I tin if mtnu inipl'OK.; V lives! of India
t lust \ i ii'it. :Meeting H 1-'lol'idial1' IK- r'I 1'hiyvor" <- first: 'in uced in this of the world i

Tho New |(;nj.\'laJ\d\ soiioly int onTuemliiy I.i I. lianhei\ ; Lady (. olor )1'caiei'n.. -iid-; "ITU-mi l I \va<( told l St. (Cloud) : Miiintry. ; by a Louisiana planter in I The

January; 8, nt J.! )I', m., vvithI'rpHidWtt 1 J'nulitiA :\. Wise" ; I-iily ( olni n'flU"i \sim) !iil]lo' wthe frost line; how fur I 1N.>5. No other importation Is noted eyes ,
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Admnrt in the chair.) 1/1I'n-1 "-i' No.2, MaHe! I'hclon; Lady J'atH- ibiwii. intaHt on<- go .to reach it?! 1 until }lorcl! ( n'H in ISIOOj( ( ,

a injf song" "America." .. \'\',., l
prayer' b.v, t'hnpJnui/ liifrgn! !' Shill| : ad- : "'m1iCouncil' :\lniy N. ,llill, \\-.t\\: \ to. (V" :.1- fur down as 11<'1I' I1)p a<- dress by "'I'rennlont Ad.imMmule: > itoi \Vil1uiniJ" J..,tnia llaMiMThe / I Who.. is to l.liudeVlie 10! Is.ottr English; olTicr-r wan Kent to Louisiana( '
3 of previous ftulirilf were |1'<(/,1( I by: li) <- ; CarriMin; otFueis weninstalled. .' i IIKII, i-v\ "' I Ho \\1110,s' if, Thetu aim to study, the suR-ar-cnne industry
xecretary md appr0vrdvj1I' | one' r,'ifVetlion. Uv National' JiixlallinK Offli( 1'1 ( in.> athrr> "nuliotii; aie the\ topics of ion'Mili I While the goes J of one 'of the mostIJIOBTOSXIVO
fl TIOHMIIOI'S repot* \by> Mi; iInsulations I Ill I...utrhly,. <:'utn. 1.1\1'1'1101'(' n1I1j.\ "s 'P. iJ/I: on Iho Htret'tH of St.
I lpplc, {!\" ) w'errrud.and! Nationah 4HTlcer of the liuy" The lol-; 1 ilie bunk"failed to open its doom the fattlo, wore ,,tick infested They ,
'udoptA..t 'on'lho dmlli\ ..f M.t 1'. AVheelrvr l"\Hlljt'i IH a list of ne\vv' >(rieiv| { for for buAPU' ;Monday uf last! week talked about it and the Englishman

.. and n'' copy to. .1 1," t'(mt to lh/J liereaved .! ) 1KCommander.: ( ("<;niVoud, ; \'i :',' I Tim 4I11Sw"Pt's are ns varied lis the told the planter that 'he went to 'India SAVESPAUSE
fainiv| Heal! "lvtinna' on the i Coin.. ('''In. Macoii: ; JuinnV Vne,' Co'O.TerttilliKer III.\I) of tlxxe giving lh!'ni, I)0.1. ) MiinM.im-8: ami they had cattle

death of it. :Kungi'ii.vtrc';; ; %lsu "reiid, I *, Chaplain: J. II. Wewteott; I quite ux atiKfatory.\ AVill' someone there ""')l l'h'were supposed to be im-
and ndonted and a'I"'flY' to lip tent to (iuaiterirwster, Seymore Curilinfr I; ;j': /ride> to explain'why; thin deplor-] nmno from ticks. He also, said thatif

the family. Motion I" i made! tlu't
-* of three lie appoint to sec i ('om;' Kspey: ; Outer Watch' Theodora' to blame ?, the planter. some- The planter forgot I

.. al>oiL picnic' and l lmii' >]u<'t; committee H'!m; (Oiricef: ut.the! ( Iu, ), l'ran1t'Mun- i /, Englishman: and his cattle until
arts :MIKH) Kpple: Mr. Wentworth rml I Hcll. 1 about eighteen months later he got

Mrs White Remarks! by Henry Ell-I: .Judjre' K. n I .French of Anhton, I AT THE CHURCHES notice from the quarantine authorities for moment man ( ;!
ple. stating that this wat.< his lIi'ntlol1day: in oifr .city. f in New Orleansthat. he had some P a tyoung ?
t.ir'i.hday.llnrl how. he?.escaped:ut the Mr.I and Mis, Kicjiards) < and Jlr.I 'I cattle there The Englishman: had to self. The

.l battle of tSHtysburgVithout, rUT/ture',1,WatHtui,, who?have "spent' / the past' tvv'j ::1" "'-' tmught; ,, them prepaid the frsight:' all and give thought
Remark for the good of thp months- lvn'('? left :1uei: 'day for. Hrudentown -,l I'liKSinTKItlAN: 'CIl.l'' tCJ[ the planter had to ilo was to get I.hem.Thill 1 ,
by IK Wentworth un"I1&1> :&inRiggs i for a 'v !.i't. i ': I in the.source front which springsthe problems that confront you now, or
i Violin and piano duet !by Missflutler / : /1'hc New York Veterans', aHoi'iation ) -school I old time "Brahmcr" cow go dear, .
11ihle J."SO
nnd 'Mrt, Kurrh.i. Heading "The, met on Tuesday,.Ian. X, at 2 'j p.: a.m.?: Morning to the heart of the Florida cracker. will few hence.Look .
Three 1/owrV1', fiy Mrs" Cruet Cooper. 1. m'' in !lIon,,!! hall with 1 I'll'tUit'itt; ( worship!;! ,', 10:30:: a. mj; Christian En.deavor : I a years ''i
Then in )90(1! (i Borden wI'nt.to India ,_
Song by Min Kpple" The Uftlv' "'&'I. .Krancher in. the chair About\ Hill thirty ?<> p. 1111( Evening worship, 7 and (brought some call),." to Texas about you-the m'ea of affair in country, state, nation .
:Mr. tendered
low." Comic leading by Mr. Harvsy.Music I 111ll'InI'HI'V 're present, l m. Social I cr\ice Wcclnqs-, :/ where ,,ha
p. prayer they > e captured the fancy i in life.
r.'Hiimatiori as "secretaryami 1 in the world the men who started to tare early
hU are
dulcimer A .A. Mar
the {
on by I I' i yes, ,
and confidence Southern
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account of iH health day.7. m. ]Rev. J. T. N, Stewart, nearly .
tin Mr. Mann announced that the treasure! on Texas r'attlerrien. I 1
t Northeast Unit of the! Red Cross society I and !11 r. Robinson was' appointed' till pstor.Ttint"iw'"t) ,. .. N Their; outstanding (characteristicsJiJLC. They hare the respect and confidence of the community.,
will Nerve U' lunch from 4. to '0 such tune as one c' IlII'Ie, elected.: 1tr.7tlb .
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ipy\ .;;...fIij'StJct.: ......ift .Mt 141ei1...,J.+: .:,.tN..r.1! '' I6. YlfTihntlrks rhalei'r' ) +!:;1JIAall) tf""t.t'r.U ... ;':;fiTlf''bf1481if3' ; "11'I."f nff'P'! : \t jpf:'.cth-Tnce-horJc'; c.aur( th
!(8lldw'lehea. coftte'ahl'cuko/ / : ti'\' ( hy 11'4.th': '-rstm' Sonjcby : enormous while but what does .their
Adjourned to met the nerond Tuesday I audience. -11+'aIing by., Mis.. Houston. n'lST Kf'lSCOI'ALClllMlCirHev. 1.J-l>II.'k horns,, the' ears, and may have. a good time for a e
Krancher.Reading the eves in the sole of the head, further reflect?
in February. Kurial hour to be Comic talk byl p stack personality
Ii. 11. Bowen" than in Inost'cattle... They .
)b Mrs. Cranston HI'/"III1* pastor.. .
in charge! If11': Currier. Closed > I I I by
Hinging "Star Spangled. Hanner.; i by Mr*. Kianchcr., Talk on diirerentMags Sunday services : are" by no stretch of the imagination A dollar''' or to deposited in this bank. will be the
school 9:30: the equal| in beauty oT of the! .
Sunday : n. m.Trenching any
A !birthday surprise party UHH helilat \ by :Mrs" Marskie. Rending byMrs. f nucleus of honorable independent career.
an
An1oricarA ,
standard :
luee.lior
English
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10:20: n m..Junior
:Mr ,
the of the Chris! Inn : IIUIlI1<'1I. Reading' liy Roll-I '
bank
parsonage Your .
church.Wednesday afternoon for Mrs.Amandii iilxon, and ,after" winging\ the ":(; { Kpworth League: 8 p. in. eattlo. They Uf'(' tn-'s.! ungainlycattle. ,. Make your beginning now-today.' 1
Kendellitcr by. her" many Spangled Ilannei," ndjoiirned to' IT tl&l'j( 'Jopw'IIth'l.ea: (;::30: p. 111. They' are anyt).'n-f but do..ilc' book will pave the' way.
in tenipvi'unicnt' when it' t.I. Thi-v ..
lirt TiieHd.i.V in rVbru'ury'! in General Clwet't1eeting, friend! The! Ixiywl Woman's <'las -of the I,i ii'ove I'.irk! if weather( is favorable.Mrs. I'reacliintt.7:10:: () p. m, can out-Iwh a lot c.t" h. and l .;iii"t'r. Capital stock _.______..:_____?.. .1: __ _..-- $100,000.00( ) r '

Christian church) !iwet II I''iidav, afternoon I '; 1-.1: 1 )I. 1 l-'rench, / of Akhton xp-'nt j I. IVajer meeting, Wednesday, 7 ).'m" high fences with' eaiiUt, .'n won" ? | Rtsourceove--______________________:____ 400,000.00 v<<
ffiebll\ I I (11 irstI'uffnl.iy or aroused" th">y HIP th \\ >i.t ratlr;
nt tins! church, The 1 newly eleited Tuesday 1 \ In our I city, I ) HoardMeeting every .. w tune linii.iliil.Upinioim . f-
t (Can- arrived f'rnnl1'nlt'idencr . I I ,. 7 p. mv"ntidnv <: Over '
ofTicers.! will hll'ha"" of title :Mrs. Jessie i lit tier.w. Officers and Directors : :
nieeXing., \ President, : :Mi r. Hone I'.iill-: ; ,, R. I I.. l.ist, iaturday) ( Iniiini I Si-liu'! I'o-ird. :Mc'etingsec divided.a", Tl'oto +,nlh nu \\oeftllh t
dlllJ'd thiltlU'
aid', Vice 1'i"R.( Mrs. Sarah Ian: ':ager, her h'I' Ill1.1 :.Mid,, f.inulv.1' ni" "' I Il I, ond Tuc .day.( 7 p. in ' ih' IM" i C. A. CVKSOX, 1 President M. K .\TZ and J:. L. USJ.IY.1': : ti ...
\\'. F.I. :-1., 1 .lulu, s' \id and 'lns< I ) i 111'; the liunll", ( I mire.! < .ittleiei t
Secrcliuy Mrs Nancy V2sera11'reasurer Tha"l | "> 'I"rnted. at corner,] (( 'Ml;\ and 1 ( < "
i ( liiiiuirht" inIhr "" 'I'I I h.. v fur HOM) IHOM: \S, Cashier
Mrs.: Savill-t i E.: l/olI/ to'l. Mr--. M. s.mine. Sinupml I I. M-I 1 \ 'IJrrnthrl '(! I tall'" i. 'III i| .inrin'mi' iMiKMil'l '
l.itiMh I
I li.e fi.Mii I" Iii'-
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I 10. 111'U rvi'riiIII, : II' I .\I'} '.r...1 I r -'All11'O1ITI! to all "
Hannah Summers waelected') teiirherof i 1 ; .
.- \ ; V < :s'lut' si "I-, fat all \. 'nit ''> 'I'I l\( ilnliclter I N. C. JIlt\ \0;.'. N. H. C\KSON, :M. ICATV:
) l Imni I I11'00. II l"'I ) 1I1' <
the Woman's ]I'.ibli' da" fnin I
Mi,. .. Mnn't ,, ( ifim! ,til"t ti.itixi, <,'u! tlii n:11n'c'-: c. A. CAKMIX:; ir. rui.MiM: : :, i:. i. MSMV. "'
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At Hilile I school Sunday >illuming\ .\ Smith and d:&nglit 'r 1 ,
i iI 1i ,i\\n' ,i.iiitr''. I I'Iwy .in. (,'''JM K V'l owing) , J. \\'.\ 111'n: ;('l} EJt: <, Direitors.
the clei'tlun( of Trees( ) resultecj/ ') In Ui" ) (', a< 1 1 niiaiin/| ) !d l'Mrs: ., l''i\ni, .I t "uddiightei i I I '.11) d.. I I'h'y ,
Ji'UOU-! ) ,'lU.illl gt.tsiuc { l
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school :Mls Ethel: , all I from" Muligan. > SIIfIGLE'! CREED
following/:: Sunday; mijiprmtonVlenl. I \V'eljvhiKiiol| ) ( / poundThe 1-. --- r
o ., I 11..1ItllIK! ; anaistant Miperinlomlottt I have' le( ( f''ders, l a.id; packers in Florida]
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1 1 Q J. Rowers: ; tre.it"ilrer. i n fit,)' vi: !Kt I. i'loild i Ut the cornel-' ,,1'I.h "cm to' lie 1 > then liiilsu 1- -- \\1)t'I)
oKodi
op) > n H < > I.
-Kobeit( lluiroujffts ;. scc-iotmy., ; :Mis.I' / !)! and MHHIav) >.niii'' and, will 1< ;IM. It M, 'yd II 110 IMIlill,, f.l'., ;,1 t q'111.1|, | 'I',I.We ; the iiuthoritii'M It'the' P.xjieiilhcit i. I)I 'our Ux.il feidi'is' unit! !paik'is., 1 JI'/ nine' nnd 11.1111)! of the g.u'rnnten' '.

Rtl'ol; 1\.1.\ . Kl'l'r..IJII'Y. ('lIl'Itlll\) \(,(' '" iii I "n) fray day) for, 1'II 111 nit. St. I 1'eti ., . "Irnrl'ts,' : bliinriun, IJeftor) llairis) ; U.H- ling 'nnd otlie "bi* ''U1? .tillilunt (!iimLatire Ilmii.s. \ tlrni1)r .in .j UM\'' "rll"I/"" ) ;/' via f J Kant! '.'< {jsG'Id ( I 1 1I "nll'11 than li"ted 1 in ela"4 one of
( \ ; nriraniijts':: ,'' \ ) , t I Mi-j"' i'l') OennU Spl| 'nt,4haljay'\ :. 'l-hq} jittniker' has difficulty/ in selling it;; :1 I.t'It' and fc'eders" standpoint) where ..
l raft )
t three I I'U'ded, Kdilli 1 llnjrod" 1U I'J'. A1.. I their ]home. I with tl-s' ; (Jaicaj') 1)1)(. ''ir\l\IiIIHI't" tljiit! the hitl) na'Pratln) Nurse, Mr.! and\ Mi%' A. JI. I.aRrte, .lIndl1"IothU Tht tfifgHrllcatkm\ \ includes: married .
r, Arnitella : '
local
WeifnD$\ AV.Mr. impossible! to make shoes out of )it. highly iiatisfactoiy. Our p"C'kel'S I
,Joint inmlallntiqli of the1 81. TUriid! ( I I:1111'11101.1 : \', Mr.\ Tut','nln'of, WU\j\IHm1.,\ : and MTHJ! L. wives or famili\!.Hare
'-: N). 41 and,) r'lme-l'. :McKIrov) Ohio united' Ini; St. Cloud l< l 1 lH st ViCclianil t' lei. deft! :M ondav, for palm tHoaih' and ( hiu'" the Induin Hraliuian on them but they haxen't tried them. If dependent' upon them\ for I support,

t Auxiliary No. 17 in the C. A. It hall I will) i)email( ) all \\inlei Thin' JurepleaMiiilly 1 KcWe -t for a jilen, iiie, t tuplj a drunk" as the' sayidx( Roes./ 'they ,'onll"I'W the "lirahmei" and, other'luen, with. ,dependent,
Monday, uflernonn, JaiiuaA,.. 17) the ,. loiated, t'itir'tr'' \ ''-, H. It \]J'o'V, O. limnonlsited\ :Sir,. On tic) oilier. hiind, the cattleman]\ with uppioval, Ins popularity on (;ient'ral, ) ( ','n\\'d,',' de, tills! ml the ,i

)meeting"" wits railed li> order" l h" Lady I Hatch .r on New Turk !Ii i\inuc\ -t t ITi-e ednesdaj. "i-f -'until 'I'INUS, without' .exception, KloiMu: ranges will be unlimited] a* i''Itinw1') i tin 1i111a,0110 l <( ( ( ) in.n. plu ocal-
('ommllndel'Jurv] N. Hill and the ( 'oniMiile I.uKin i i.- liiiitilinii n 'u' "i't) I I l\ lit fur. i dulyViII|) I lie nvailablo
i Mi) '. and 311Vill] o\eistieet \ m- ,.0 far its i is Known to the> writer, are }long as we have trt.a maybe longei army
National L"y', l Deputy Mary 1'. n small bungalow on., Smith.! (Ohio)) jtvi ,.: H..dIr.: .. li i.: c. liron.s \\'I'/IJ""lay strnni' in their praise. They the"I'lalinu'i" j thorn "'a's me This number hotlimlvH
say
f I"oiighty. who was ft, install\ Ihe of- j 'line In be. "ready .for, uccupanc) : \' ..labISt :Utternoon.Mi \:" In ings' a premium. over ONLY MEN IN FIRST CLASS TO 1 sulfl<-ent. fOI'l the pie>ent mili-

) Hcern. WIIM emoftwl, , lei (he i urnmander's { ; h'. \\ huts he and,I \\if-/ will 1110in.', Aher! l f K ;\lild..red An l lu'x1)n ." .fu\'lIt.d'ln\ ( any ill 1ter lined on the yards. sold to taiy ncocln of the 1 I1)tirnl but to
'chair by National] )' lady Ollicei of :Mi-- ( 'ooI t'r- has p U1' '111t I '"1 t th<' ,luteMr I school at Orange ('('n1..j.uu.tuy.\ . II) '11<11'1'' or feid.'r. '1'hey say they BE TAKEN FOR ARMY DUTY I I sore Ihe fuluie! Miiil.\| | :' (,f thoshe (P n. 'f 1

the 1 )n1Agnos H': Livcimone, and : Kosti-i's )'(sulence, South:; Indiana )- Mr. and Alls. . 1'. 1 11.! Tinei" and :Mis.Walter (lifts ii \bigger percentage when l rei" nds thai nun who h

., the following ark the newly install.nlficers avenue\ / and !Ifith strtvjt has moved I ,liron.son: mtitored (\0 Orlando l butchcifd ,lIl\d make bigger\ and Washington, I). ('.-Provodt MurIjal 1"'uII' \il\ year of ape "IllfC .J'1l1W.5,

jiSavillajI'ilWllouilotiiKsmeruldiTlVr<)( ) for Il8j! Ludv<1)d"c'. Cotnnlntulvr." njr '. l., ,intending. \ (', ,.''H to ,ntukcnecessarv\ 1 ,! imof ', rll 7 II 1 t, II 11dia ,t . ""iii 'Iui k'J:, I'nin "',wh"rn, cd} hun ehhc'd' ,,,tiencnal- (Crowder,,' reifoi,; ,'ting-*, i. / t.h .,. 4ir&.f ,drat! l'\t and, .who be-

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Ouanl, Alibio\ M. Gardiner; \ ; I 1.11'0'I I of '!,I.iet'(' J.) A. ('urt"l |l'ih",1' through here

Chnpliim. Maggie\ \Vnodwnrd : !l.ailyHI Old. Jack "Fruit, I is "ponsilile> fni 1 \Vedn'cMl. i>n hi- Wa\ ti> 'I'Iilhy I i and 'I
+ Klla (' I'iiki't. the A native' <(4e'v..II "ot '
Sentry, Keiincy. l.ady following pent the night with I. I' I i-on.
Anna: Kurner; Lady J\l1Iakia\ n. Mm them) of the fat .\\wu.\. from North; .


MI ,, ,' I: IF YOUR FEVERISH CHILD ,IS CONSTIPATED, CROSS, I I'I You Can Kelp Uncle Sam Put 22,000 }





Osceola Hardware Co. ,'I Look cleanse Mother little! bowels If tongue with Is. "Cali. coated. I I . Aeroplanes Over the Enemy Fighting Lines


fornia Syrup of FlQi. .t


Located on Kissimmce's Every farmer and grouci in I loiu'.c'! c\\n\ and niu
Mothers can rest .ea8)I ( ;giving duly to do everything{ in your power tliat, will aid jour government in LUIIIKHIK! the war to a .

HUSIKST CORNER ''Culiforiiia Sjrup of Figs," bromine inn 'swift and successful termination. Thoud, serving at sacrifice to their .
are a great { own interest*
few hours, all the coggl'! 'ul) waste, '
sour' bile and fermenting food gently Here is your opportunity to enjoy the blessed:; privilege. of serving your country ths: privilege of '

moves out of the bowels, and you have helping to make the world safe[ for democracV OF HELPING: :: TO WIN:" 11117. WARand while ;f

WE have recently been fitting up a tittni- a w'II. playful child agnin. you are doing' your "bit" your government i is willing, to make it profitable to you.

Sick children needn't be coaxed, to
her of new families for housc (ccpil1 ; "
take this harmless "fruit laxative.

We take "great. pleasure i in welcoming new Million\ ,! of mothers keep it handy boo .

range! they know: its actinn'On tlio etom-
citizens and them settled in their
getting acli, liver and. bowels is prompt and euro.

cozy homes in Sunny Florida. Our cltorIUOUS Ask your druggist for "n Imttlo of Plant Land to Castor Beans Easily Grown--Assured Market
which
I "California Syrup of Fit e, eon I
stock of Hardware and Furniture tiling directioim for babies, chil
with our motor 'delivery enables us to render I all ages and for grown'ape t '.,-l''I-, ,IK tin .nil'. Iuln.rlll. f.;HI. Hit. ',,tl't'. I .".,illl.il/ Ihl4, Noll. ,nod Ina,i K. II' 1"1''
.I.(", '0" 10" ,Illpiall' .. laL11o.1ilun' 11 I" ("" ."I' 101, I'".' I.'l"l"Kill' .l, t ,nil, GlnNrl'r s In, ..,,1"1"
the best possible service. III 1..1"1., (8','1 "III Il.s at, hl..h ::0111111I1, $ 1'11' Ile> ,rl, iM.it.. ".. MildonlUMlon In. I 10...-.l' "O\|lly ",Ind, ) "ith"ul|,
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(; r+L 1.44 I'h. I'aIt', II !1Itales <'1111 N r' In" Ile ",1t u,6t ..r ( Hi), K"\'. t Mini' tit' h IN n w'at il"<'"| II-
; _. : '_ _p ..$I.r, ..11. Ihu 22,111111 aIrphu.N. "u\\'_ ...J.--"", ,-._ -- _W-a lJo-t. --< ul-4uuI+IJis4dNnlWw1twt'IImnic...
'"" b- Eg-'" title''' '11.11 %% 'Ill' ncall' uX nulhlnc' ti. > ( m(11.l( r1) nlili-n.nt' rnrt' IN. nupi.lr srrd ruinlNli l IIIN I I'
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HOUSEKEEPERS: Call and let us talk to I a (d, Niliolit luaeleatl.u) : : .;1'h'! : ull'pl.tn; IN Ilr.: fur:, i::ultix: .\ .iii; ion :and: ::; jiuii, : :..1. to ;pllioh:: ,Mar ,tin KI, I l/nls.Ii-:
51 &* t' ...r II-, Inudrln, lI"hll"{ 111., ...hu-. It \IN ,tin 111 rt o11. \\ hi.n ban I rh. .d,. f.n \'uiu .i i.,.in.n.u"?i :, _
you about Colt olelll11 Rugs. They < ,otit? Here's I the renicilv It's helped.Jmil1iuns. nn1, r1)1 r.'I't"I' I" 11/-.1", lI>thll"i ,.. lur.Ih. live Mlif'' ut I III' Kinvii, ,"'* ,Nhlppulac, '| | l.nhil' .-
) lias a ball cuitiiry morel ads. , Th. stn, ri. NN of .4a.'r1. 1111 al'mM.ln Ihllln""' 111"t./ rhrl IUIH bn, ,.,n it" .ii, .1d l i I., |I' I'
arc good stuff. ..lid. Try it. "III)) 4, I" ,Id, p.mlll'lIy. upon .ur" ,,"'Iht\' to m... lilUitt., ..r UK- llu.'K.\ ,. NIIIHPI, I-H. and I lh, >. ("
of use. Firbt dose> brinns n 1.>11/( a.,1. 'onpll'l'ly OClull) .i numslrr II../t "r lire, "nl Il'"', llt'l.l and' jK'riillM r"ne"H ..r thi,4 I IKtllullim InuI'I
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IlSoldl>yosll druggists.n , 1,n, fur, "rl. i Ire lii'lnn ""'pl..y"| ,! h,. prdnmllx' N, .
D V I'1"1,1", unit lif'erXnrlL "I.y nil Impr1.u11, run'. Hlll-eunllnr' IK with KMIUII In (II"| ,taint ofpul ,
; 10 "Ihl,, lava casts. .011 "'"t atr'pl'1'' luh.l.) III li'tixl, In."..MI a'.r i ( iiKtni( ,. IJ.IIIIH( .
SPORTSMEN ii' I &1idIJS ., ,,",,. aN Ih'iM "too' 1M HI'I/' lIt 1111' f. w 11"111111.{ I If \iiti ow n ..1 ,'111'''" mo\i" plimt l h.Wren
: N I. 'I.- O'.al/hlll'lO". bath IIR to 4.11 .Ind rh''1011'( '' .1)I' .I.\\B ". ....t.tr."t, In. III..H H Ml| .Nn Irurl-, ,
"""alInr lhn ..u..1. "lth.tlnn) of Idet.r" ,uu. lincl., plant.. h'ts.ii vciin, trnik .ifi.i' Ili ?
l"1nX( '1'" Nupply y.ur" ".1"1'1011" ul a ..th Ito ",piliu, i.w| .11 ,. h.u-v.M.,1( If1)u, usual ,
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The open season will soon be over. Have another good hunt H nrr, NX111'\ ,, "..III..f 1 11NlI'' "111& ,,11I"I"lult. Ih,. pl"It folic. .i..,i.s t.. e1), ,pram| hull, | ,i., (11Ntnr, ,
ICO"erVfor Inltndutt. 1IIIIIII"1t, ..r 11'1/1" ntul, ., th.u-. bra( $ lId, u.-aNim( I if inn, own ..haled. |
before it cloiei. We've jot the "makings. Come in an'see! .. .. ,. ..., of| ouInd5 -
1 .f Ill 1.1'5 u( th\II\ q. y"u .1" I. nd r I h-I i l.inil thai i'in h. |1,1..1..1.| | KCI\, four 11.-.
About it. 1 ,II) .X. It "". Iry platlting' . .. 1"'I 1 I to .l' "S Hi( in N Viit., i. MX 1nld, I \ out, t.Nn l In |pLwUua., ; l.dm4 ..'

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all of to invest in War Savings
Once more we urge our patrons
Keep Bowel l Movement lieralar Write for Free Bulletin. Castor Bean Culture '
Certificates. The government expects Osceola County to take Dr. KIIIR'S New Life Hill keep you on

,b $260,400 worth of them. That' a lot of money, but let' do it. in a healthy and condition.waste. Rid the 'bodyof
poisons Improve your '
I complexion by keeping the Bowels Write us today fur. full nnJ 'complrtf Informutlon mi the xulijeit IleniiM
regular. Get a 25c. bottle from your must he planted during :>:1I.1rch-th..r IH. nu time to lie lost. An Interent-
GASHUM AND SUSETTE druggist today.Effective but mild. Ing bulletin on "Cantol Ueun Cultu I.." .will )>0 Bent FItKi: :: nu itiiuent.s .

nd for It now.BUCKEYE. '

I :I t Gasknm got eloquent the other day while talking about the Engraved Calling Cards and Wed-

t war. ". tell yea it i* glorious to be living in these times! It thrill ding Invitations, Engraved and Em-

one' soul toss the young men rushing to the front (in dt/ense of bossed Stationery can be secured at -:

dl the old flag! How magnificent to do a duty'and feel that it I* well the Gazette office. Let us show you NURSERIES
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done! our samples and prices. tf
'I l: "Ye said Suette frigidly "...t'* enough for this time BOW
i CASTOR BEAN DEPARTMENT 1134 CITIZENS BANK BUILDING, TAMPA FLORIDA
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: bring in an arvfnl of wood UN OutokM net .DOM. Not Affect thoHaad. I

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f. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1918. r THREE

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"HELLO. MOTH RS'-----; of THOMAS NAMES PRESSCOMMITTEES r-
II. I Proceedings .
flf OP JOY
FOR YEAR YOU WOULD PARTAKE 1
This is Uncle
; 'Sam talking. Yes 1 DROP
yes, your boys are all 'right doing the Council v 8 IN HERE AND 1I
; Attention Citizens fins.: ,I'm us proud of them as you arc City The executive and other committees Il STEAKI 4J I tK
and I'm trying best to mother I
my
I ) fot the current year have born: ,,
. them just as you've always done.
The. Council met in regular session' i announced by President Wayne I
do
I need
Visitors TouristsIf "But certainly your help there being present'! F. II. Lawson ., Thomas of the Florida Press Association -
What'a that? John was always so
fond of bacon for breakfast--does he president; W. W. Carson/ Roma as follows: j
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have ? How's that? Thomas B. E, Haley Howell Bass'! Executive-K. J. Hotly Herald
plenty, you say
If yen are interested in Florida,you should You always tucked him in nights 'or Lewis O'Bryan city attorney, and J. Sanford; Harry Chris.L. Brown O. Record'St. ,
Augustine tCodrington
R. Gilbert, clerk. The minutes of the ; ;
take in the b(ii: Fair held in the State put an extra blanket/ handy and you last meeting were examined 'and approved News DeLand; Gilbert 1 1). Leach,
wonder if he has enough ? Well
i :;; ;; cover Commercial. Leesburg; T. Edw. Fitzgerald
.. ;; well if that isn't just like -a motherall bills were approved" and ordered .
I HE paid. as follows:, Gl1zette. ews. Dayton IF YOU WANT THAT
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and you've gpesaedthe
I over, very
J. 8 Cadet mil. as mayor ___,--t SO 00 Constitution and By.l..nws-W A .
first time what I've called you up <1 W, overfttreet, sal) an marsa"600' Russet News, Palatka; C. H. Walton YOUR EALTIME'ahould
about. ('. ". TUon. mil, aa police ft R 00
Five Mid-Winier J Z treasurer Advocate, Titusville; J Jl; Burch,
County SubTropicalHELD !"They say I'm the best War Dad- ItolXTRon mil. ns 26.00J I
H. Hll erf. aal. "S clerk and l Breeze, .New Smyrna.MembershipJ be an ,affair of joyfulnraa
dy of them all, and facts and figures deputy collector _?_______.:!___ JOOOO T Barton. Herald
show that my boys are the best fed. T.ewli O'Rryan sal city ..tty.-_ 2600 Lafca Worth R. L." Time you should investigate our meat.
Swegcr, ,
V, H. ____ ; ,
AT Lawson mbr. Council 600
in the
the best cared fr soldiers w'e should
By investigate !
\\'. \V. CarHon.: mhr> council 6.00Roma Quincy; R. B.; Brossier, Reporter- mean you .
world; but it's pushing me so hard for Thomas: mbr. council :::: '5 OOH Star. Orlando.FinanceM. purchase a portion of our choiee
ready cash I'm going to ask every B. il"'li,y. mbr. council 5.04)Howell
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F. Tele
Hetherinrrton meat-foods,, apply' it to the fire,
Feb. of lend HaiN, mhr. council 5 OOKlaa
Orlando 12-15,1918 mothers to me a -
one you :; I'kC ,, phone' rent _-_--_. 6 OO gram, Lakeland; Georgo M. Goolsby, and then to digestion. If
little money evvn 'twenty-five cents State ; of Kiss: rat city hall 41000J : Advocate Wauchulaj; R;' 11, Glenn, your
will 'help.. M. omlall..sal aunt. Ht work 56.00Warr.n News Fort Pierce. '- you'do this we'll make a customer
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t. billions Wayrnsn, ss141 work29.00:
"You'd laugh if a man Worth
': K: C. Heaver, ....I. an BcavenirorX MOO Legislation-R.. W. Storrs, Breeze
Positively. the Greatest Exposition, of and billion asked you to lend Floyd, Tales, ..al an scavenger __ RO.OO DeFuniak ''Springs; George M Guerry -
him a quarter and gave the whole Chapter House, donation ?,_. 2500Klaa .
Tribune Robert McNa-
, Fine Agricultural Producta Concert Rand, donation =: SO:00 Howey; ,
Fruits United States an security, wouldn'tyou
M. J. Crowiler, sal sexton _..wu. SO.00l mee, Wheel and Beans, Jacksonville.
Jll.c. Cattle Domestic'and ? Well, tbat'II"juat what I'm doing >av" Button street work____ .32 25 'Arbitration and Grievances, P. City MarketWhenever
Hogs Poultry
... and I'm makir.R it as simple and \Vlllar <-|lemons, slrcM work' Co.. 2.00Ilurrnughs Jordan, Herald Punta Gorda.A.; V.

Fancy,Articles. easy for, you' as buying. a postage supplies'adding Adding'machine4 Machine 1.no Cargile Index Lake City; W., B. Harris
'stamp 1m issMng Baft>y< Liberty P, M. Johns, wood city I hall ..-_ 2.00W ,,.Vall-ey Gazette Kissimmee; Ben
Bonds in the shape of United JasperIt.
Thrift Stamps and War Savings . K. Ollhcrt. stamp A atatlon'y) 1.1f' ; You Need a deaeral Tonic

: Stamps. The Thrift Stamps cost 25c n.Uupfer W. O\eratrei't A Pralher coat sup mayors, Klnu ct.l>. 7OO 4.98 Meek Memorials, Lender and Fort Resolutions Meade. -Will Take drove's* 0;

Largest L School Fair In the State: each You buy one or more at a time Sam I.. I.upfer sang payroll. F it n lCI.on M; Traer, Homeseeker Jacksonville; The Old Standard Grove' Tasteless
j just as you like or can afford and It. 8. 1.", ,,. mulo feed 6\ .8ROncpoln chill Tonic is oquan.a1wable M a
Ji H. Braden-
llrtw (, 0., .up. St. work 8 5' Humphries, Journal
affix them to the Thrift Cards I'give General .Tonic because it contain the
J. C. out. When the -ard is full you exchange \\'. A. J lm-r, sal sun. I. & 't1'1' IBo.()inK. Pierca. well known tonic properties QU1NINB

Daily Parades and Pageants, Concerts, Fireworks, Free Exhibitions it for a War-Savings Stamp. Tom S. OHrdner Miller, \lineman enirr K &_\\*_plant., $76:00 2:50 The executive committee. will be and Jl ON. It act on the Uver.X>rivt.
e On War Savings Stamps I pay you \'. H Mill'. en,.r. : -- $:'ti.6n! / called out Malaria Enriches the blood and .0.
together hir", .!b.Ptsir: tu'fI1"tlitUl'f" "
with Jones' "
,IW Races, together Johnny J. Show .Jour;,, P!*jjr-cent> :. iyrgalry.Jtaygy; ; t" can .>AYI1 1 h u '.,.w\1."I1'1.\ 41wfnuM"'rnlt"'llf'Q't' ( lIl/'fet d- r'lI. p'olnrln'that Buildup me WattM System; 60ctnu: ?y -
'J1.- ,.J.b.1t..:;;' I'tr.'X1-I*" gP VT- vI7r:::;X"::ZZZZZfZZpAlfM' : : nj 'y.Wu flMi .'>ii. u,,****.:. !spare it now It ill! t better to pay $4.12and : .""\'ih \ 1.1; 8rrnuu", 16sat. !
section, for the of the
Yourselves '..- Inform Yourselves 13 Thomiui.' i-ol.! .I. AV plant,7fl. \.(illCl.ftH purpose fixing
c*>.7ie Enjoy i >
get your war Savings Stamps Th.>iii.min, rear |I. & \\ P 82.60J. dates for. the annual meeting in 1918
right away. $4.12 is my bargain It lillheit, ndI'ot.) ., lici-iii"' I.V .
and to a "for tbe
W. B. O'NEAL Prei. C. E. HOWARD See' price.. After January 31st, 191'8 the \ truck _.. _ .. . 1/1.1\01 prepare program
Tucker Illlck Cj> wand. I. WV P 04141.! 4l' same. The place for holding the 1918 h'f r
War Savings Stamps, will increase in .\. F:. Kr.uiirWI!. liixiiriuK'.. |, AV: ,$4.4< meeting was selected at the last !
price at the rate .* a penny u month. Cnrniin Inn, \\' J' 44.g7 meeting of the body held at Jackson '' v
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; :; 1\\1f'
the merchants 'buy early'"Yes H H, \\'t'. ; < ,lSi, I I. 1' ., 3t:no. ;
soy as say CllnV. 'h.',"., Itilhiu, , I. XV .4 :'I"A. ville last June-in fact three places
it ill vu: :; simple, any man. 13 1'homi".n, ml., refunds m.t01 i I were selected, but they are so closely
t\\ '- -- -- I i woman or child (i.-.i get into it. It is 'M'... ..tji.Pnrldnit._ .Co I2 ..T1CriiiKlnll by good roads that the gathering I Iunited ,, f
imfklimfoi
bucked I I'm ;
j I, by everything: own. I I. &. \\ 1 j-hint _? . 14.5o,, will not only be interl'stink.: ] but
offering\ yoj the !test inducement to \\ Ihlnut'iH I Pump ft !Marti, I IIK4'oin novel. l PeLand, Daytona and New
Mive jou'vc ever 'tad. and the safest w.ilii, in-I-I.a _.h IIIK' ',71 Smyrnaare the rlatv's at which the I BONES ;
gulf Ki'Mnlliu\ 4'0.. oil _ 2ii.41"<
imestrruent iflll1)) \ make. So take I sis
< , 1918 sessions will] take: place: ; and it
I l.illifi'l, V Pnilhel! "'. Hli'iV AI.I. I' 1 i" RUBBER COPPER
1 tl / I tlmon..y !o.jt <>- 1 I.ab "s .bank, where Mill.Mill) 'A- Supply| ('". mil.i.II.. B 'I MI j planned to spend a day; in each I .
I it draw rm :'iti'it", and don't forget lv. K M.iMliHiili. Co. HIIIIOK.|| 44" of these beautiful Voluaia county TIRES BRASS
A S t to look in the :rte where' you put ,..,. ,gas cities.:
'J I. i IH .1. Ilw I'D supplies :!in 6.Mr. ; TUBES LEAD
I I.I tmull ] the I
I ihunvp t.< :" pnttoflfice 01 S. B Aultmun met' with council
/ the \hank' u'''n," will toll
tt : "icy you and that ROPE SCRAP IRON
i-quest-'d street lights .
For Indigestion Constipation or
: all i aIJOutV.... .! inprs. Or if you
be placed: 1 on Robinson avenue On BiliousnessJust I
prefer! drop .t .to the postmaster motion same wall referred to water SEND IT TO US WE REMIT PROnPTCf
I h1 l' , the War 50-rent bottle of LAX-FOS
and wi m Savings try one
and .
light committee .
I, -'tll'OJ'! ( to ." ui or C;. O. U. Mr. Aultmun also risked that council WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid\ Digestive Write For Pried 1st
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take definite action in regard!: to Laxative pleasant to take. Made and PfN/NSUG4RMITAIIa \
S WANTS INFORMATION ABOUT much discussed!' drainage West and recommended to the public by Paris Medicine

,. a KJSSIMMEE\ AND VICINITY North KillR mml'e. Aftr discussing!' '! Co..manufacturers of Laxative Bronio 657 C.DAY JACKS the matter it wits so ordered that the Quinine and Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic '"

\r-s J Th foil"',vinitier was handed! street committee employ competent ,
% \ the Gazette at '.f' postoffice, and engineer to make I survey of proposed - - - -
while we weirj&ble' to supply the drainage ditch: also estimate as to ,<.. .

gentleman with :, daily paper we are coot of 8a me.
.\ \ \ I sending him th- -.-st best thing-The The matter of purchasing! shell. was' J Stout Lumber Co.
4 1 a II Valley Gaz(tt.p.-.1t\1d\ all other avail presented'! by Dr. W. W. Carson, to

able liUratjicicerning; : this sec' be placed in Penfisld and Clay streets! 8UOOE88OR8 TO MAY-BTOUT LUMBER OO.
E tion: leading: west from Clyde avenue to

\ : Hd Springs, Ark., city limits. The matter was on motion DEALERS IN
---- 6 Dec. 22, 1917.. referred to street committee with
365 Yellow Pine and Lumber.
Cypress Novelty
Postmaster KIH :"-nmee Fla.: power to act. i I
DAYS 1 M T1IC YI Please hand: 1.4). enclosed letter to Mr. A. S., Nelson'! asked relief on Works in Connection. .
I your puMioty .reau with the request taxes held by city against lot 2 block

II r Ir A.r -- r p- e that des( ;' h'e matter concerning '. 21 of W A. Patrick's Addition, claim I It is our pleasure to give you estimates at all times.
that for several the
I your "itand vicinity:\ be sent ing years same
\ me immediate!; f.t this Hotel. had been too highly assessed. After Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery.
Also hand ijt) enclosed dollar to looking into the amount of assessment I
the manager oJ the leading daily; it was'so order.d: that the clerk Phone 21 Kissimmee, Fla. . ,

: 4'J: a Z s! newspaper published in your vicinity] allow redemption of certificates.. and .ooooooooo... 06 OOO ooooO O.0060000 oooooo.oo o. 1
with!wthetertqut-BJajhatSmyB name She !lubsequent' omitted years at face
placed 1 h l ionl list --* value without,interest, cost of cancella -- - -- - -

.," ,n sastically: } Ion jto be. deducted fro"'' amount ; .
paid
TIfE OLD1F.it sl11Mr!! :r W.. Busby' asked relief on :
t I --- taxes for 1917 assessed against the D.CWagner.IosuraoceAgency
The soldier i 14 v sky, chap old skating rink in Block W of Mat ,
In Form hay sure enough; thews Addition whereupon on motion
The. FLORIDAifcFYpnsmn the tax collector instructed allow tad Floor Citizens Bank Phone No. 30.
Although( it mi. :.e said with truth was to Bldg.,
) His average 1t' is tough. for error in assessment when issuing -

.e. receipt.Mr. The Leading General Insurance Agency In Osceola Co.
t
.STATE .. Collectors cannit mother. him J. D: Woodbeck presented'! petition -

He stands! win"t danger thrills; signed by a majority of the s: WE REPRESENT TH-E AETNA HOME OF NEW YORK, HARTFORD
merchants asking that liaise
The only is a higher -
pJa eitre one safe
JACKSONVILLE FEB26 TQMAR-9.INC-I9I8 From gentlemen with bills. ". be placed on tent shows within' : AND MANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE

the city limits; on motion said peti.! k COMPANIES; ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO., .:

CuT TN"k0000a OUT aa M,1.. He cannot run : 'uiing car, tion was read and filed for further ::1. AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE, .. '
And all his e;.' .ings blow consideration. :k LIFE ACCIDENT AND HEALTH
AUTOMOBILE TORNADO.
KH.tI J.t""I'i"-ru-; T M./I partment, lead annual report which BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive
J''I./'I'rAw/lKJlfL.fwharM.ii ?;to. To make the ;.rn thing go. ,. ;
..., /arw..vv.. tV'COJ'I. riwr.ff.FTAPlmIder'" was accepted and ordered filed.
../'L ir sidolJlriGAislorpA'i No talky pint < _i, come along Mr. Lupfer" also asked that salaries'! Insurance ;;
of fire be raised. After
And sell the soldier man company
.:n"t. fi- A set of books. n-- doesn't wantOn considering said request Mr. Lupferwas *5:' ALSO: BONDS AND LIABILITY. : ,

the iiital"fnt! plan. assured by the council that due + IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION ?l
consideration would l he
given amounts
: ./. : -n; AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION.
He has no furua, .f fire to feed, fixed by fire chief 'or services presented f. i

He does not j twn his soul to council.On O .O O... ...QO. O. .O.O . O.O.t...
I Once in two WVUKR'!, as we do here, motion the salary of street ru-
To buy a ton 'of coal. perintendent was raised from $(>Q.OO

-If you -have- --anything- --to---sell-trade- ;-- Drives Out Malaria ,Build.Up.Syatem -W. A. CJ.tfs; '!, Johnstown, Pa. to The$75.00 marshal per month.reported a sick negro

I or exchange try our classified column. GROVK'S The Old Standard AbfKUHSS general chill atrvnrtbenlnfr TONIC.driTeaout tonic Visiting cards printed by the ValW needing aid; whereupon he was instructed SEED POTATOES
results. Malaria.enrlchea the blood.>od build.uplhov, to purchase groceries to
I It t brings. ,..,-.1'i. n.1'A children._ 6Oe lareltr; lob Department. amount of $4.00.

r-- The city registration books were MAINE GROWN SELECTED SEED .
revised and names stricken ordered

..... .. 1 v .":I_;.. .,,""" ......, Nrf 'published.An ordinance to' prohibit the possession Spaulding's No. 4 'Rose, Early l Red Bliss Triumph, Irish Cobblers

of more than a limited amountof ". ere Now. Heaily to Krcrlir Order mid Make rOBer.pC., for November
intoxicating liquors by one per. December. and January Delivery,
Fertilizers for Now Write for prices, staling quantities and varieties wanted Our Sce.l
at time
son any one was ,
Spring-Order presented .
I'ntntom Are the highest! quality Mnlne Gross sclprted ... ....1.Ve are .
and read a first time and by unani finnilinr' with Ihn condition, 'In Florida and our need stock Is "lect'd.
.
mous consent ftas placed upon its You should plant| ) Maine (.ro... seed for best results

?' The importance of ordering early fertilizers second reading and final passage and v\itiin Foil Jn'IIII"\::! : $OI'a.u: ("%"'AI.Uta'B.E. '
I spring
your cannot was'! unanimously passed. (See; ordinance -

,Iv:: be too strongly in another column.) '

:A The railroads are overwhelmed with traffic.moving troops council There adjourned being no to further meet in business regular!' : A. MARTIN SEED CO.

and supplies, and hauling the increased tonnage-of nearly every session Tuesday February 5th, ('..rner Ner>.B.nTOHtiililmhid ..d II.>.. Jnrkxr.ni. .'1..
at 7ttO Md.'et ana l..rll" it Seed HOUBH In t\to\ State. ,
hue. of business. : p. m. 1915,1'I
F. 11. LAWSON, I l
.t... Only a small fraction of the GO.OOf(}() ) cars ordinarily used t t'> haul J. .R. GILBERT Clerk. -

*T the fertilizer, tonnage of the South will be available this :-eus; : n. . .o..oO..tOO..O..t.o..o.. oooooooo
END STOMACH TROUBLE
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i -- !c:::::::::::::::::::::;:::.: : Order curly. Use an ampN'! : supply" of GASES OR DYSPEPSIA Cold Storage for Fresh Meats' j

t. :......;..;1':'':::::::::.....:;..:.;-:;...."..................'ii..:............."......... -high-grade, dependable fertilizer You ,
j I=: ;.: can afford to be more penerou 1 than "Rape's Diapepmln" makes lick tour, .2S

!::, ARMGUR' AJ i usual, for today a barrel of potatoes or :a gassy stomach In five minute surely feel fine" f: Eggs, Vegetables, Etc. __: .05) .

1 !I.U..II'.I..I.: :.................. if, box of fruit will buy more fertilizer. than : .70 '
; :: Enrich the Soil H I i:! in normal times. -- STORAGE RATES ON MEATS: ----.i
r ii 11 Armour fertilizers If what 'you just ate is souring on : .10 ,
forspring are ready """--
r: ii Iccrcas fire Yield lit i fertilizers of proved -makingqual- your stomach or lie like a lump of : Quarter of Beef -__.____1 V2c lb Meat left in Storage aDd7 _

g If Hasten..*,,Drlty Ii 1 ity-to meet every need crop of crop and soil. lead, or you belch gab' and eructate Whole Hogs -%c lb. cut as used _;/ bar .**

m it tour, undigested food, or have a feelingof : 40 to Ib
J; !! improve the (Quality II Get in touch with our agent today or .oJ
: dizziness, heartburn fullness, nausea, Curing Pork ready for smoking, 1 1.2c. r-
'; : : : write for special 1 circular> describing ourcomplete .34 tt
[ bad taste in mouth and stomaeh-headache : -"-----------
fE'RTiIizER1S :!U line. Curing and Smoking, 2c per pour '
k ,. you can get relief In five minutes : _6e.. '.2 Ibs for_ .34

l .:=:::. ;:::-.::::: ::::::,:srrt ::::. by neutralizing acidity.' Put an end to A
:: such'stomach distress now \liy getting a : Bring hogs the
ARMOUR FERTILIZER .WORKS largo flftycefit case of Pane's Diapopsin( : u your the day rest.they are \-: will be treated right1 '* ,

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA free any drug store You "realize in .

Waters & Carson Grocery Go five minute how nccdlwriT! U to suffer ; '
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/II) _. J ach di,\Order caused 11'by food fermenUtion!! 4

I if due to cxccatlve acid;in stomaxh. o .+"tOO "' '422.BROADWAY. .
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KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. JANUARY 11 1918. ; -
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. 1 THIS BREWER MISSED HIS OPPORTUNITY authority to have a voice in their I for others to study." Wo know that ,MY\ IMBYI've Classified Advertisements '

KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE own governments!, for the rights and prices\ during war times have always : ) \

. . lil.crtics of small nations, for a universal { been higher, but we also know tint heard a' I loteob babies "9uall" ,il
> -" ;domination by right by such a Without control ,there is no limit to l'\e hear !'em
.....I1..d t "..r J1'.ld.,.. Because the Manufacturer Record I concert of free people an shall bring thtt! figures that might be fixed byspeculators. But after' la-linn' of 'em' alK] "'' ,KOll f.\LP [

UfBr* !. Vullrjr Uaarttc. llulldlBic,, never IOHCS an ,opportunity to knock I peace and safety to all nations and '1 like my own 'Tdd's yell the. best.: :Oii.> nlco mtiMlA iiony price UI.IO. i

KI..I__.<-, 1"1.rU. Haiti- make the world at last free. 'To such "The person who dearies the work OIKrolUr top 20110 nvri'K liltrli ,
buvinesi wrathy
the liquor a a' task we can dedicate our lives and of the Food Administration is usually It doobn't worry me a bit, wulcr; 1 ..1,1"tY.
W. B. 1IAIIHIS ..d K. more our fortunes\ everything that we fire the person not /co!: deep every per 10r" t.rml $100 b"lant'e'II :
to the. magazine, and informed the ,and everything that we have with the subject, and makes'no allowances1 Him tune up to his heart's content I, 3. 4 y.0.. .
. orntiK* drove cnpaulo or ,;\
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publishers' that he can no longer con- the pride of those who know that the for war conditions. We admit that It's mjsic to my ear. Soon 4o 400(1 !><>*". OrB"I"., prolu.ln&

edited day has come when America is privileged price of food is higher than during 400 "*2(Mill <'alh. " II 4 qual I.. ,
mstuntly, support a paper by to spend her blood and her pre-war times, but we also declare Your own kid's voice is always swoct, stnlliiMntnOiiu\ ''

If such a rank prohibitionist. might for the principles that gave that' .according to all precedents they No matter what the key; Bath, |1'9r.III n Iff little Kata oottairo ion. with. Jirlck B room Ilr".I,,_ -"

i The Manufacturers. Record publishes hei birth and happiness and the peace would have gone much higher without In all the w<.Irld.no one can ainff (.low ., prlii' 1142500,. cany 4<-rni.. '1

: : hta letter and after discussing which she has treasured.: God helo- the restraining hand of Herbert: So charmingly as he. One Two 10.h..I'ln.Iron xnfiprice at >'our?2B ow and n 144.. .f

this subscriber's log( .her, fche can do, no other."-Wood- Hoover, kll<.lull In"1. nnd othiT.fllr. n. .
in an' amusing way ruw Wilson."Xo "Another thing the fault tinder You think it's "cute when your child ture\for tluwe dp"I'lnl a. lemp"r..Y "

: idea of hw support ,iof the paper, expressed nation can hold its place !n must remember is that the. fooef reg4 Cuts loose with might und! main olll for \1"t/! '
I at losing Brewer do work ulations barelv six month! old. It ii the neighbor's: kid! JI'r"1 ..i, lioi.lvl ,liur lh. 1 1roi.tI -'
its real regret the world or can any really: arc always I ". ,adj, II' HrehnJ from tht Record's_ list of worth. doing unless n stands ready 01. have been in effect butaboil' six That driven you .)ialf insane.. ,111 j .fa.'oo..I.' upon >'mir uw n t"r"*. )

to guard, its rights with an anmed months. Control of prices was a new l'i tHIHN, lllllll ".t .1"1. IIH ..I. hut )
tiubsu'liters! since ho might become en 'Illllii 'l-.' mil. of hi' anil FairliluillKlri \
libel which is thing in this and had. 1 b 0vvoiked .
That to
hand orderly ty country
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A five day O'-ceola (county fair |1"0 J <(UT :| l
tinvalue of his businevs ; $uIO.OO fllJ'htt'lwd111.to both! the foundation and the.* capstone out from the finest point We to 1 I'" held this ear and! promi"es tobe lit. inn, .
i jf he continued n-ading: the of oui' clvih/jition< which can be gum-. ('ould'not 1..1.time, Irt llmo I hrtvv nrMitmi1ftt-(
far .ahead of List "l'ur.r i .il .i 1.( of. IXI| | ,>". ruriildu...
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'" ir the ,viHipf! io fight for'/I'n/ ideal; 'who hold e-oveied/ with many diiTicufticn, The uml IIOIHIH, 1. I"r''I, \'

*4tibiM-rli ll tn Itnlrnlt'nn "As a matter of fact, sa !'v hlfih tli" I love ,<>f honor, lo\c(of faitli, Amciican people have been accustom THE MAN, TO GO TO 'm"<*, \ j1 nvP ,lli',l ..r'u"I.1111 ,

t"'I* Hll. 'War _._----t'II.' Ucc't/idv! \:(' ivgret/ to lose :Mr. UifhmUH l(.viof ;,tJ"and: love of tountiyIheudore /'- cd let but ,little restiamt, and theii"foie :!- .. .\) i I':. n.,:

fOn.'o,1'1'1 Month". __ __... 1.1)0e want hirfhuirtey. I'.oos-evelt. do not readily accept new measures Kitr milt-lrrftnt l J'hl.ha.I..... VI;.
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1"n,' :OI'Y. 'I:.' ..., N.lh. .. . - .. .. ".11, have about mH.hllle .;. 1 of Control. Hut no one* 'can jiiKtly l-' :r f rtmiciiH\i : nn .. .. fur, wc' as 1 .. ," .) I.: IMIH *ONi ,", .
-,--- I cotnplain, of the I Pond Adnumtration .... ..II.. 1...."..ru'U..n. j.1')" "I
All ..",11111,11.1' 'Ujll"" (.x..<.|U. IKMHn\ for )liquor I trltffimOlle)' a.st. have i n Sr.RUCTIONS'' FOR FARMERS i' "hen consider hat r..h'r.i.ri.v.l r<.n.irr w they w .might ,
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I ..' ... iKiiid by tin wiJl'iIl > for lUnmnny money, but, because if -.0-Honda ', have been done by: speculators( hilt! Ml In. .*4i4lrrri. Ilil 'JSi.. I'N'"'' ." '.o I'1'1,1''

::1"". ". .'J.-iMi d l iiiulti,.r wilt not.... t o ritrtrnl. Mr. Ili'fhm, 'V.f 4ld..1 tonscientiouflystudy I I'nhrrsily.: of Announcesr / i! thei o been! no contiol by Government WILBUR A. GINNrCivit} Engineer ,iVilt; : acri.M, 3' ,...n ,'l"wrili'il "
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, for \: 21.Crammfd :;. I 1\1.1.,1
nlvHH cnllfd f to legi Cation, .. N1MOIIII, rl.llltlllV>> ,< | all mull, .t* K 1// i: All users< of feed such as "shorts \ J IKIUHIloCalv4)I ) Jiint .
fI ,,'PI"i-il >n thiiHorlilu "' .Ior". ... at KlKXlniii I week to week' he would l. get: the *op- : 'into the ten-day short htundaid middlings. mixed feeds, .. -- JIIH". Hood in'Inhhorhooil. Onoit,
...cund..ln. mutter, ) --- -- - -- - -
m.'e. ,. n poituniliof seeing' that wheievir HIMuccutKcsf coursefor5 fai'men. thSt will be held flour middlings, bran," etc., which ,\U'III I,} ..... 1'1'1.11.11"' '\ I-'ole 1.ln': -. !i::::| <,iwn< u<:r.If tnltcn llox 2J7 iiroiiipllv, KlHKliniiio,,\<1iliiKH -

JANNUARY It. 1918Brrad business. is dri\en out of ai ,t the. Uni-verhlty of Florida <'on- _1:11"0 1.lrI.

r '. of iifrnctillurei, Januaiy 15 to 25; arc feeds arc now protected as to prkeI'b I'lllt \'|'MIX.NOTICK .
i community the numbei of convicts is
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I PI I.IVS for A
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the answers to many problems that )' a terent: ruling of the Unite,!. I.\ ' !(
an ,
-. ----'::0"JtI --- hn'I in'o' .incrc'ased forfewer I 'Coming riglit) ahead) of the went into effect 'the 25th of He- rnUrjn' d.' i111 un III. 1 l'IIh 1 dm nf / --A! n ;.;, 'Ii'h': "
> ;", prospeiity year. on IVI.MIIIIV. .t II 11'1'! | _\|1..1'u| | till 1'.11.' ,II : "not. .

"!!!: 1J." :ltrf ..pidl"'ftJiCl''. iPr.:!>It-bt' I{ . mm tti'I"III ,"W\v.I) ,,!rl'VI' !!Ib: 1.I.t hI'M It 'IM !t- '! :\UI'i1 "'/III"""""' "UIoIIfIlt.Io.; ; .f..Jo..lu LI u.r.c.l' ,!; ;' .t,.. n'; 1 1\\!\: \II I Il1e'O"I"'rto1triJF1'j _:.,..t.,,._-.I . ,....fllllV. .' <,Ulll|_>l"'l fill" . _
pr vlIll.'nt..I" Dsceola -,'ouny.( : .-( tion will-lK! timelyami the import- Special attention' of the people ofPlorula +.J': Tlr. ..1II''Jr.r+ -, '11.i, /. ".,.j,'. .\.. H" '+
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braken follow "
hearts: > ] cili'; undi i th* Jim \1".1 !
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r__.--.6_, | wince of the- il11tru.tio'l'i11/ be enhanced i" tailed to this ruling and c'I".to'. i alld11..1...H of /IIH'411''ftomllmi, "I"I'I'\ 1" 4' lonnn, n....I

.. Will JftlS/ Bl'C the ciottrine of Monroe I \viekc-d 811d ruined I lives I. I less! use for 11 11I by war (' nditions.It they should be sure that retail priceseliaiged H <''.'II..l\'
the doctrine of the whole world iails und penitentiaries and almsliousvt. is the purpose of' this shortcouise are not Unreasonable. The :Mai..f I.. nf til 1.1.,101.l ,SI1HI\i. nf Mull; '. fol, lltt -- 'I-'f|po

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"Kafe" farming by giving instruction should work a benefit in the (1 r. ;; : rim !. ,, r.u ri,i .1 i itii
prices
}fen, wlu'at, oil and ,(thips ate the ; come when Mr. Hrehnl througfin ba and to -onsumer, at .
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thintra most ix-cdod by our allies .study l of thues fac'ts, would rcali.elhi.t .\It'fII'I.t 1'I III" ISI'III1I'IIIt\'nlls UK Ih..I.I.k taixlni. ilnlisilk.
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and res'lIrdc l! .
been limited
j to a certain charge on \V .. ( pniilti I >. cllr tI"
J thi* u''HIII'd. 1'ehY II.Hu'
supply '
those we---0-must ---.-- he no longervanted to 'be coniiex.'ted No fatmer can work to the best' I feeds of the kind mentioned; and the < (uti4ui r 'HI.}".*.H t< Kt't, hrf.r "f"r tho ,put.- lilK. twl i' 'A month' nt ro.' ,.r > '' .
with 'which adviuitnirc- Without some knowledge I limitations!' e\tjnd to the wholesale 1 I.OH e of l ruinltiu.. u ""b'] polltfo IIIH! thjl.. .' K'lllH. for |l "Id. '''I.' lUiKtillKiin. .
throw her till indut >try produce I ml tam> In.
about to : r th
Onceola | |
xeemn iintNi'tlM, of SUiti* tll 'Ilnl
of how ftnd the licensed .# .
to proceed ,more dealer and the retail dealer 1'1'1. h/ "I .
hat into the nnR in the fijfht for .tut- | .knowledge'" he hai eif the right farming ; *o that 110 extortionate charge can 1 follow U uf. I it"m |i tie tick eradication. 1 ho county COPImissioncrs J j numbei of. (convicts, an; industry I 'methods. the gieater will be hi* (l'I.e made 01 maintained. I.. h,1 .,ttli* ('h". I,', >ll IP\T// PU""ll'* o 1 i o' orHllll
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'have jroncr onlecord as which 'filled the jails and pcnitentiar-; i iI Rue-cess"' lo accjuirc this knowledgethru I Millers meie'<|uired to use not it i of I'". pin.it' li.n, | "till MltH ; lllMIH. '.. pill J.
of lippinjf ; I. Ill I lit llollH. ,
the building county < 'n."j.,1 iim. |"hMI
lavonnR
and making j I i"A with turned' ml'l1. and then 'per- hi.. civVn expeuc-nie is laboijous : mo-tj. than :2
val au' urronpe- .II
I and, exienive) At the short course, I. umls! to the bushel' in maklni' lilt' ; )I.. 'l.\TI I 'I I \'HI'o.V 'roCK.) : aiitl I Hill' 111. r, I I'; 'I,1""I., ) St I ,:Ml, fc'I 1 b
ments to appiopnate. funds for thr 1'111111hllVill/: ionic to thl!! com'Inslon t the- knew I..'tint J can be.- had for the a>>kig .1"fllIl" of till) per ei-nt flour Millets 1 J"I (1"1".t I ( I...' it I I.U-lll. ,.i', .hal IK 'Hth --
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put'pose.__ __ .-. .<._ -_ hemicrht be readj to tuin hi1- and! t the infoimution th.it will bfevilnperl <' '-in "tenvive "i per ec-nt of the flour !soi .*.1..n\:t III.i. 1,1| | ,l.ii,|.1'|., i lint"" ,111., "of'''IIt t ,,I I.''.Viil> | vi.r 4li:I V i nt in. 11'1'. :... :I; lit .

i own business! abilities, jmd, hi< brewerv I ( ) \ will prove i Its worth in dolUIK i nlli'd and M.1!' the pint iemovc-d Us :a ..I I Hi .i'I i < in.t" ...M.itiHrdi luaiH h .. | -. ,, '-1"1.1

(companies Dude county.of tounty has oifrunl/jfuard:.( of l fo lr ui>ninemltern l' ', into things which! miiKe for human. ;' when "r"p" uie harvested '!.< we-i' /giade flour but the 1>.. per .111H M ni.\ .l ift.' u lit<'i Kit..'<..i(1H w I I"u" ,, tilthi4( tunIH .\lfL\oj .\: (.,. ...I, -I -:-. ..-,

(;Icie1:) 1',1 fsiinnng i i- tlie subict nt 'an not be., fuither separated ordividicl B'II.1 1 '1.1: nI 'h"II'111 ,'. ," ,,.., 1'I1' : -
quch, within the last two hiippiiu'ss' instead. l of human miKei\ . I i> I'luit, in 'J',,
matter for the\ ten-da courseThe < nnd none of the flouis ean bi* 'I lU' U< II' I'.,1 I 111 I III" of t Ih.! iMIHltHXH 1:11' i ,1-
, weeks. This n 'setting un exnmiil "That is the. I Ot'' liUHilKHMK tM, In' ItailHtKlUil ( 11. Tin' -'ol,1. .
i onlj 1'l'I1lon.h. > vie msti'uclam will IK- offered under three.noads sold or mixed as feed I> hi. :

f'' that ho\ilil lie followed I by e\er.V would caic to have !III'. Kiehm as ul : animal incliistiy 1 While the jnanufactuifis' aie ill- "11'\il I) IH I" | "t'h\ :tmlo ','liU ,
agronomy |1" l ""I) \\'H': ll tmSi QCK'K H.M.II' "I '
county in Florida .wheie no\ uch 'organization "Uh''I.lhl'f! and we would gladly and horticulture. The pi'ofesor"; ,, InIhe lowed a /inngo/ of price".! that will al 01 I tn 'tHI. .a till. .* II.' IlllJHll' t. t XMI 1 H loniiHluii .'< N 01' Hitiiui ?" "I'm."" .

exists. j : lonLlcibute ('ollejCof! agrieultuie- will have row ,competition, they ar'' not allowed .ni.l, ilial .. MMtnt4. .Hula, lI"t "MM nil nil f.il'. Wo II. KMioli: Jiilii. 1.0.. .

; '; = ; ." to this" good I work not oiii.ubstription ? ('hnl'Jro of' the vvoik and will be asKisU'd to jveevd 2r ic-nts ('It'r bariel at the *lt lilH'UKK, ,
Talk about prosperity'' tintijuristfl I -. but many,.,if by: so. dg- hi'member!! of the (expcriment !milk. .tlltrl[ differential charges aiei ...\. 'ttl tU. ll'H. fafM'N' UMO.lK. firUKMiClK"IJtlllHltl i''llt H\ .,:- .:w, 111 I"-I .. 'I

I who are vlhitinK, KisKimnico this winter I tng M'ecould convert Mr.! firfehrrt into station and I. extnsion division\ staffs, i also fixed so that' complete Ktabilixu-. '... hfMI'H. |I".fl.rh.s.| l "lUOTfl.HUiyi . /IU. .M'\') 'f'\JIUJ\ I'; ,I "t 1"
ha\c their pock<:ts full to ovci, of il I IriKli' ut" 1( aiufi ,.t. nlll.'oi" ni.IK' i. ', .
] instruetoiB ,
making splendid lion m 1"lUI''d. '
,' i I tinning hill biewtry ',into sonic mdustiy corps ; | I>m'J't UN, phMKi niK ,ami !hoxpttntMlpl .I. Aojlri') t'T i 'iiv ii ,
fact 'l'I"h
flowing if one may judge bj'} the / uvnil.ible to the faimers. during1 1] .Manufacture-is are al>o held to oliI ,liH. |*tl,II'MUM'''lltlflfl tllHl J'IH'lril., .-'- .._ ... :. ._ .. ._ ,
I' that a roll of bills was dropped at it i Mhieh would help to ennoble humanity 'tlie Bourne.The . i servance of pi ices which shall not iii
reception gl\l.i, to winter residents! : und add to the world's! hapiiines' : !subjects to be dif u'ised undcingronomj I I'x'eC'ds: :/ p'i. cent pf the cost. per toni
thm week und the ownei didn't'milill "- Miami Metiupoli*.. I II' are fa>'m management i of wJxe-at delivered) to the mill and the t.I I.) nntl, HI 11 th* i fi."I" HOI!, \\at.11.<,i iit rum .t..1 .\ i 1 i Ji . i.
it for 'al daYII. 'ml to 1 lm\ I) l .\llllliKH4lttlllJ, I l.\ .tv ". I ',ll\I 1. 1 .
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novel :. I field riopj-, !'oils f"1 tilizel'i" and farm |jine i must average with the pie\ '. mis"month's I. < n in HI it "1,1 inifuiiH
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!1 mtuhnHrAniniul, : \ industry! will de.ilVith cost, Dealers and manufacturers t l.i,>t II'U'h'.) H, I.,not -. l 11'IUI. anil mil s M.I i n,, I, i i,
Sheriff Frank Gordon/ of Orange! PREVENTING PNEUMONIA I lire -d of liveRtoek feeding and held" ..c '
\ ( aie to observanc:' of ruliigt .I 0h.1' "r'lI.1 1 in* f l 'h. ftlUrt 0111 Htltllll. Ill II IIIII
county und lux fnice, are siud to haxe : management! animal diseases. / animal regniding differentials for CT.iin <\Irll\ IfUKln t'> < IllploKM'lHt.( I. .1 III 'III Mil II t \\ I t t M SUil |li
,!' arrested forly- ix violators' of tin-) When it fully reiogfti/e>. and treats bleeding and dar)' nlC. Under thjubect 'II Kinds of packages and sacks, in- ,,m"d,11 ttii put mhln\ .. I h h II it l I II
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pus" t ) on 'h." H",i Imslut HF* I I lain < | i i ni I I A
new dimmer law after l itumg a ptvuinonia ax a form disease that < | of fit-rticiilture, plant propagation dueling vvnodc-n ban els. jute and cot- (. buv'. .<*II aiul 0"11 1 In nudi..iin,.H, p.i '

warning(' that "All violaton would, be causes nioie IIl'lIthin the I'nUedI trucking fruit growing!' and ion siuk*, and paper/ bags.!' fit Or otlll.I \11, ,. 11 pf.H4 t'IpthtllHto '
arrested, regardless of one's standing: uiloinment will 1 be disc.us ..ed.Thcio i Administrator Keacham i:ui':I'I"': "K :a n ;
; Dome Food emphasises .
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today tnan any other acute 10-1 ) nt > < and i 'til ). 1> MM I EAT ALL I WANT
in the community. Thut'll 1 a prettj I 1 are no fees ehaiged those th..' fact that the new order othoivvlHo' dixjtctfjj;
good wajr to enforce'.' any Inw. : : f".IJ; II.I11U. at) the u pulIi! <;, <;41J1' doa en Ito J M t .ou'W.! ,'Thea II. 11.0 'J!,u't' result, in. lowe prices tnJII< ,I i ..hh ld ,n.:"" I It":: :r NOW AND FEEL FINE!

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"body w\1 'e antln h nd II ('r 'h, .
11(20.( True enough, but ;:11 \ (>tu tln r 1"1 FOOD ADMINISTRATION 111'(' not entirely familiar with them .. .., ,.
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the I njsth an.' ". .I l '''. w'hoopi'itr i "iurli l, 01 ilit1I ! ,: e. ' ...11 ..1. niortua trti
one throughout "lOuld at once communicate with thiMilling "' rl st
breadth of the land who ,i- la I'J!" ,.,. I E.y, PT"'oIlIl.. .ii.i -.f101l1d( | ,' Ko InMl HAS HELPED CONSUMERS Division, at Washington for I.. ; ; I' ,:.: .i:.;il .M, ;mix: >1 1ttTHM.K pi Pi
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I ll 1 I".K' I .I '"IiW: \
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enough to nil hill20!/ hu"" : :a 111I11.// ,in-tn" /i'(ions 11.
Th. "..uit t t't, .i1 .. I Io
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"t Iud I It lu.i.nl .
.. i .1 1 \ i 11" id t. iri v \ ,I'M, ''mi' t'1""I"I"' 1 1'i'-onr ',. I
Ihl- ''U til 1 l II '
\' 10 ", IHI, \vith .v. liuni t:';,'.volAc ..ik, \ '.\Vluit.. ha- the I Food I V "'.i
It 1 Heems paradoxn' ..lt _av that ::1(ipi'n- tt '"J ''fl" "''' 'i | to .Ix ilihi' II
> 'lE\\; .\ l'10IWENT: INTOKI : I..IH" No the Stomach Sour
More
bourn in ")i 1'1 t.i> t I IA \lnllni"t,' I "t: 1"11 ilone- for the. (.onsumci ",t. ," ,him,1,1, ( 1 'l -10.0.i ,I Ih,. Gas on or
freeze 1 t
the .
re-cent wa" a 1h"rl'lJrhtwly'! of . riXT ON: J.\ I'\nY 1 1I !1''r \ ilui .f < Hi., Ilulh,1 ('fl"| i nlloll I Stomach! No More Heavy Feeling
!piKiimmiaus : nisi all n'tintiun to the control .
and h > but h ts tinease. t . ,
Florida : r cropt., "ui : .IlN. 1. ullMll' MilKl .11.) Mi" I I After Meals or !II
he made l bMl no"k.f..II'r Constipation
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The of all in the I i ii 'n-I of pnns .liv the- mlmmiitiatuin, savsI ")"iv )In 1..1.| fnl, .it" H'i Ih .. 1 ili '
excess ciops tituti-\ . It hn.s found that there I ood Adniimstiator. Hi'll X ton Beacham I. '.1'1) l 1..1., ot H< ,i' ,"<>M. at a Jti n( I If you have sour stomach const..
state 1M7! exceeded llti!) li\. $!>I.- Thenew uuto law went into effectI \
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out 1 of the which 1"llol tmoipn pation or on
vpi-s, germ causesinfimiomii I gas
272,400, and,) this in spite of the most .Miout mxtv-foiir 1 I I t the fij)...t of the ).(,11'1' requiring tnte "* . r.Hll. dill"('tOlM. al It UK, .1-t ttnu JUST O\n SPOONrur. sImple buckthorn
per \Vhi"re nouid\ thepile' *H in this t all* il for I Ihitt' put"popil'1 .
disastrous. f i'eeye in. twentone vc-iu-! ',cut of all cubes aie said to be UI.'I iiiuntiv\ . have gone to if it hud not ii<-ens..igs: to be cli'-playecl in the .\ ',H'l.l.: I l\ : b.irU, gl}'<'orlne, etc., as mixed
and of the fact: that thousands. nf me-1 | "h.' < i HUh.n' ) ha \ ",. ..- la Artler-l the POWCRrtTIj -
othe first 1\1'0' Th""e 1 | : Ka.
i tvpc-h. feiimI l,ccti for the Administration, ; front and reur of the car and speed .h,1 IOS1
Imlugtn.I viol h* )( < .it 't I I'
have bt-en taken fiom ciriles. I S ill' pol Mill p' 1 p" 11.I bowel 1 clpanser sold
found l. the mouths of
I ire < in p.iticntsnfeclc'il : r 'gulutions11 What would havebeen l.iuaie to be eiiforee-d on all of 1.! a nd x! l .\' I\r
; I.'i tl"rl.lU.II." / : :
with them dunng. the attack the lie of floui, und man .; \ The VttRY J.rmdOMe shows rfBuHs
-- - --.:. pi sugai. } | th'e public highways in the same munhei Till. ,, with Ad-
Of
I .indn an u'crllgof 'thre-e or four othei stable (commodities if the Food .l.llKllMHK till Cot''I"t. and a short treatment.
PAVE 'I'llIfJSHI; :" (; LINK"r : \vocks after \ had ,' in the cities. .hl 11 l I. ."",1./,1. l h x' I 1..101.11.| wllj surprlao you. .
lecoveryuiso not poll Jer.-la.
Administration legulations ;.
-I'n J .
I : . L.__ .' .L. ., 01 ""I'.I. .I."l H I i 't a u''T nuth tmtonlshlng amounts
IL nas tie'en ioun inai. vneof put u Ktu|" to speculation1 The Civil I .ind I "r."i', f'II ",'h ot. In't otTi- Ir1118
The trnvelmfr public, especially that qiouths one out of eveiy sevc'n"eisons War prices nre still remembered' by Subscribe for the Kissimmee Valiley 0"i'K and a u"n t H aH nut v rl'n' tn' .tolfni of old mater from the system that .

part which jroes on its! own wheels; I coming:' into contact with I many older pel'sons, and lecords live 1( Garette Hoard< lii'of cl.",1
and under its own power will be ""n uneumoma patients likewise (contain ItiHH than 1 lm'< nor '1. lil, *',*vitinuniliciif 1 sour stomach and pas almost
- - - - - --- -- ---- ----------- om of I A dose twice week
pleased to learn that the work of I these ferms. Some of these individuals --- -------------- -------------------I Tlife < 'H. th' rirlarnnd INSTANTLY. a
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the road from Kissimmee mil even th.' to oth-. 1"1"1'1'1' ma>' !I. ,,Id .hy one' and guards against I .
bricking county ) pass germs
In Tin "
t i Mitai d of I Hri"< -
to the Polk county line near ei persons without themselves con* Kissimmee Volunteer Fire Department 'toi'H Khali' ,1"'Klm... letted li\ theStof k- ; tic;; ;

Loufrhman has begun and will be I trading the disease. Dust from the h.ld..1 nt thl annual 111..ln" on I For Sale by Drug Store
Tu *nda\ In Ja"
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pushed to a hahty completion. This looms oecupned by pneumonia patients 'Hhy""r.
hi-Klnnlnw In tho >"< itrThi ,{. I II. .
stretch of unpavcd road has lontr was found in one out of every ". ( Continued from Page One) .Mtoi'k hoIdiTM of thin Cot I. j

been known as the '"rmssmjr link" in I four eases examined, to (contain when Chuf Lupferboys !surprised the $1 iaH.OO.: This; amount was due to Hhall. nt tin. flrHt tnt..','U"1 or.orllo"/. I 1'\11'1'. : or 'lIUITI: O\ OKIHI
thr afti ) th : IIK
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nocv"- :K
the central branch of the nixie Hifrh-I I these g''rms.I'I1l'ummla. the old opera house which burned to Hal'y liv-luw A for tho 11 i 't ofthi fit 'I'\'J H iMNlmmre. la .. I'I..JJI
way, and that fact has caused. germs are thrown off of forporatlun. rid t 1'1' thr Vlnte nt
The record of the year's work reported the ground. With the exception a u .IT""I' .hli ..
a motorist to avoid a really beBUlifUI1! in secretions from the mouth and letspiratoiy to the cit). council shows a total this no Pencils; losses have occurred. "IIP)' i tho.h. section of the state Now that it isto > traThe..e secretions 1).Law. :1.
>l of 2S fires and a total damage of The report follows : f nft mMl pi i H"IIM ptinllth
be paved with brick, many an automobile :, from patients. should be collected in 11'f <* (:(TUor: ronduot: the bunlneHHof 11.0." ".

will IM headed that way, I;' \esse-ls un.l sterili/ed or upon napkins I )Iate ame I.o'alion Ti01e Loss tl. ('01'"pot at Ion lint II t lit* ...n'h'.rw"o l.uaiiH/ on' Kml Cut.'ili' __h (' -5.", ,'.,

and the beautiful little city by the 'I i or clothx! and hoik'd or burned The 1.12.17 .1err)' Bunn _ _ _____ __u'N. Brack 6:00: p.m. $ 500.0012fi.l1 h,1 h i'I.t Khali 1 at th* nrat il.c- KIKIMM on e'ollatrrnl 1""II.I ,

lake of the Sleeping Tiger will profit jiatient should be r'J'nrde d as a focus C. II. Ollur _ _ __ __ _ _420 faLhette H"aO a.m. 5.00 lon\"J. "II'I'..i.H I'li-Hldfiit' I. "ualllt .Ml i>("lu-i itln, i than Ken I ;) | lf1.f'H.' ".
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thereby. Sixteen cars of brick have i l i .
arrived ati|) Kissimmee, and are being, drinking i:tonsils, handkerchiefs, clothing 2-11.17 A. C. L. J H. Yard __uu 11 :: o a.m. none J. ":m"wl UPOW n. Si crotary nnfl i M':'idin IIH __ . _ 'l'I..f:3.: .Hl7So'i.,.

hauled out to the Poll county line, I and, ll'ddingIIhould! be boiled 2-15.17 K. C. (;. A. Boxes _ _ Ave. 12:00: m. 40.00 1",1 Tr'.a.u..r.\\ .I Sli-iMl" O. I" K.I.h. unil ,Tmm l""ol"1 ItunilxItinMiiu M 11"CM KonilHl __ _ :.| "

where the work will be ('commenced thoroughly or otherwise disinfected 2,22-17 W. I.. Dunne __ __ S. Bellumont 1:00p.m.: 1500.002.2fi17 ': t1 Hrow n nhti 11 I I.. 1 TIT, torn 1 HOIIHI*. I'tiinltuii, "

Tampa Time These precautions should continue for A. f'. I.. EnJrine __oo unllllkin Ave, : ::10 a.m. 200.00' AH'r.'I.f': VT mill I" IxtiinHi _ __
-- at least four werks uftcr 2-27-17 W. B. 11arris ___ __ St. JU:400 25.002.2H17 The h"I" nmoull or Inl.hl.I". i ulii'r Kr nl I 1,1.: _ 2"(7144
CIIE-I 1'1- I\ recovery.When : >.m. i"I Inhllv t ,, which t hi' .i <.. ( MiilniH, iinil I other KeMuuiitM, 7.37.r.
I (. the patient has rein,.hcd the Ju'k WUllhinA'ton , :' Adt.'rholJ 1JOa.m.:: 1000.00 "" n 1: linn BiihjtM.t )tH *If IH Ten .V C I.. ft. It. <-?. _ _ :
end of unvalc-M.<.. the room should : 4-17 Old Opel'll 1I0ulle _ _ ooHroll VII
r It ha* been cold in Honda! this.. be 1.11cruM".,( with soap and hot ::1H17 C. F. Johni\uh .. ____ n-.l.: Hrondway 1:20p.m.: noJ'1lCa2017 The rinnit M n ml. ,11 .1,1.\ \ .tn.. s ..r t In, In KaiiltHi i'k mill_ llxdiHiiu: ,, fi,' ll.< 126 OKi

week-that i C9mparatively cold. I watci i\s a final/ piecautionIVisons Gt.'or e Davis _ .uu'o.:. Kissimml'e 2:45p.m.: 15.'JO1017 .uh "l'lh"In.rut tto. ? ., 'loiri'I hi''r (1"111. __ . *i 50 61I2.B19

Thousands of winter visitors in the waiting on patients should "- TIII'ker B" l'k ('0. n _ . ::1:15: 75.002417 with th ntirnhf-r of HhniiH nf Ih."I'-( i'i, on la".1| i
tn, I Htoc, 'k HUliKi, 'rll-od t h\ .1 '
: stat, who came expecting a warmer avoid primiMiious spitting and cover /)- Prince Dllllard . _ __ nBr'lln Sl. .1215p.m. 5.0021i17 tt h IH hu mo. ,111. HH r..I.. .nll I. .. 1'1".1'1' <'ll\ "/rI"I. _ 3.936 1
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1'J reception, do not enjoy the weather; the mi null 111111| nose when coughing or /)- NI lCer _ __ __ _ . _ htewart:; 11 ::41i a.m. 25.00 J* o Total _ _u __ ._ fi'Ml,85.1 I
the home people are not accustomed snc-e/ing. Also. they should be careful Iifil7 W. & C. G. Warcholl-e.'ooHuliy Ave. 2:11i: p.m. 10.00 x,11" H.hl"",.', :ha"" l.lnlilllllpM -
. Tin 7M ,
I sti-iil'.
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: to anything; of this sort and do not I m dit-posing) pioperly of their Ii917 A. C. L. Trestle _ n _ 4:41: ; p.m. //)0.00 \. 1" Kl'lhhl.1,1..111.KI..lm",' i. I'll 1 1J Ciipllnl jln11 l I-ahl In 'u . Hfl.000.nil

'j like it: in fact no one likes it. Hut no I mouth and,) i'expiratory secretions .7-21-17 Pr n'e Ballard _ _ _n Bryan St. 11:15p.m.: 15.00' Kmmitt: Hn."n. KlnHimi-o. 1.1,1 1 rmi'il'ir' i'-i _____u- __. 17.500.01
11 .... 1IIo."hould blame Florida. She can During progress' of a case' of -2H-17 Call toSt.. C''<.Iud 0. 00 _ 1.45 n.m.H2917 '\VITNISS: MlimtnoK WI hnv.hi '.' ,, I'ronl. n.Kx:

r ,. rself warm, but when a na- I !non ill the putient's room sholl tnell. S. A. Hllck _ _ _ St. 12IOnm.: 25.00 the'ri-unt lutli, ilny..lour of Jiinunrv haiiiln 1.1, ,.\. "11'','191ftw 'thin Inillvldunl pi IIHPM anil UopuHltH T\Tifit: ]'nIII Subji) .ct_ 2*204'5S

jddermg in the icy grip of given a thorough daily cleansing with 10-24-11 Frnnk Frankl n .nu .N. Royal St. 2.:011.: p.m. 5.00. .r. HTiru 1,1) tO Oh<,['1C -_____ CO.497.J r*

">ld and the thermometers care that there be no dissemination of 11J17: J. R. Smith __ _ .___: Patrick J2:00: m. 15.00 Cl. 1KltlHHS 11.,1)) CVrtlflcd l.h..k.r ___ 708*

ig so low the reporters dust.. 11-17-17 T.nt ____ ______ __. _____Htewart Ave. 1.1:10: a.m. 100.001124.IT J. I3MMKTT--- I IH\'N (<1",1)) I'.hl.r'. InK _. l-hrcka..._ OutBturid-. ___ .

staking their veracity I' To further aid in controlling this c, W. Griffin, tenant _____ Drury Ave. 11:00a.m. 25.00 STATE OF FLOllIKA ) ::11 n n..I br h 4IRI.11

1. f> the figures\ what else and other respiratory diseases it is 12-15-17 A. E, Donegan, tenAnt ____W. Kissimmee '3:15: p.m. 25.00121i117 ) BU. Nol.. ) -:::: ao:Don:noK6S
OP OSCKOI.A 1 "IIIa
COUNTY ) <
J pected. Florida can't urged again that the people of Florida Tucker Drlck Co. .__ __ ___ 2:00p.m.: 100.00' 111! IT KNOWN: Thnt hoforp m<>. thunelernUrneA All Other! uan Liabilities R'dlnrounted, Col leetlon 6.000.0f

war. "lie United .States.one' make a practice of always cover 12-30-17 G. Chi o'm uu.u--N. Brack 12:15: p.m. 10.00 Notarv Public In Anil for '* on hand .5OoY

Mwl t fuel famine con- ing their noses and mouths with their 12-30-17 Rull Balis u_____ _.:._ --Cnpe Breeze 10:00: p.m. 100.00 the State of Floria. County nt O ce-
handkerchiefs when l V' J. Steed, Tol tla ____' .
coughing or I.B'F. ,
the old flag! 1. coal is scarce Krlbbs and J Kmmptt Ilrown, tome t. KK-di"--| .
-i" cheap, and we sneezing since it is an established Thill makes a total estimated losll ot ______u__ __. __$ .00 vrell known and known to to bi. thpIndlvldual County of Onceola. .: .
d 0.. ;''i* fires and reY fact that the pneumonia germ can be In and who subscribed I. Homa Thotna. Canhler of th

..,M said i><> MVS till 1 th;)... carried in this manner. DurinR the year there have been this has already been done; second, their names to the tore olng proposed that "the- "I bak' do """"omnly (wear
five buildings destroyed<< by fire, three that a centraly located lot be selected Charter, and they acknowledged that above l."m.nl I. true to the
armfml el will ( be.t of
"Lria ia am >w>sea they executed the came or the purpoflefl my nd
.' -t a few "MY COUNTRY TIS OF THEE" of .which might be termed "good rid and a permanent fire station be built therein expreaaed. HOMA. .. belof.,
\ Watch thi* space, "0f the dance." At 12 fires the 2 1-2 inch and third that a paid driver be furnished WITNESS my hand and official seal, Corr.ct-AU..t: THOllA8 Ca.h.r.
at Kl..lmm e, In the County of.Oseeola C. Bryan .
,;'ot Su.ette" ': "" the The right ia More precious than hose has been used while the chemical for the engine, to prevent and State of this 10th day R. 1. Leiiley

u't I, > Iot( . II."'ird peace and Jwe cha l light for thethlnp hose has been used 5 times. farther raising of Insurance rates in of January, A. n Florida H. Fleming.
.. which w* have always carried The boys asked three'things' at jthehanda the city. What these boys afk for ROMA THOMAS (Seal) I Dlt'.ctor.

.,.. 'J ,. ';jr -,.. nearest 'our* heartsfor democracy of the council. First that .(5am should be granted as soon asprac- My Notary eMnml..Public lon expire, State* .MC.of jFlo.ld., 1; tM.8ub.4h rJb"d 01 Jan..orn to. betore e

fi .. .JI.' .' ::1enr i for the rights rf. those ulio submit' to Lupfer re-appointed to'office, and tiFal. ,,' __ (Notary Public Seal) '4-4t I D.yJKPPORbs.Notary<:blo

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''i THE KISSIMMEE' VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY,, JANUARY 11, 1918. FIVE

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Mr. and Mrs. J. 13. Fedderson and:I :
',' : f f"INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS 1 the latter's parents,' Mr. and Mrs. J, SeeOqrLinfId

,. B. Curron and daughter Miss Mar-H.
'. jorie, all of Clarence Iowa arrive:
' A good man wanted, on farm. Inquire this week as a pleasant surprise ,tc .
: 13. Dickerson; their relatives, A. R Brink and fam
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ily who are here for the winter. The CHAIRS
I Weather ReportFollowing : Lyle Story made a business trip party will! return home the last of the
to Tampa and Bartow this we.'k. I week .

: Miss Lola Johnson left .Sunday to Mr and Mrs. George ,V. Personareturned '

enter a business1 college at Tampa.S. from a visit to Moultrie,
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tures and precipitations.are daily tempera-as reported : R. lIudso'n, a pioneer citizen of 1 Buena Vista and other points in Georgia The Best Assortment
Tuesday night. They were accompanied -
Government station : Orlando, and a former newspaperman
at Kissimmee by to- the week end- died at his home in that city. by Mr. and Mrs. J.the R, Parsons That, Mosey; Can Buy 'I
: this week of Moultiie, making trip
ing, Thursday Jan. 10: ." home in the lattcr's car George says
Max. Mln. Rain : Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Coble and Mr. that while the weather was cold they Every Chair guaranteed to give; :perfect

Friday ____ __ 55 27 ,. and Mrs. Hoy Starbird of Orlando I had a most delightful visit with the satisfaction
front the cheapest to the
,. mctored to Kissimmee for a few i) homefolks who feasted them on ,

Saturday u._._ _____.'G5 G5 54 26Sunday 1.77' : hours Wednesday evening spareribs and sausage: i best, which range i 11 prices from

Mrs. M. M. Herring-ton sold her j W. J. S. Ov<.!rstri'ct of New York
Monday. :1. _. fla 52 home on Mabbotte street to Mrs. City has been ,in Kissimmee ,this

Tuesday' :. ___ GO 36 : Hreggi of Toronto Canada, who will I{ weekI visiting his, brother Marshal
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Wednesday ___ 74 38Thursday" take immediate possession. rel-atives I { 1 ',$1.00 to

__ 67 38 R. A. M No. 10, regular ,meeting! ,' :
Y : 'I with his son; Roy: Overstraet at .
'_, ..ti...xx+}4rKr?S }Sfi4J{ri,} Monday night. Election Masons of officers. Haines City where Mrs. Ovcrstrcct 1 $1'5. DO
? All visiting Chapter cordially .
had been, for several, weeks and accompanied
invited. J. M. Willson, Jr., 11, 1'.
J E. him' here. Mr. Overatreeti
Fire Insurance. See A. Drought; '
\., Mr. and Mrs. W1.: It. liarnard: are i u member of a l largo wholesale/
I J., A. Nelson of St. Cloud was Irnn- among: the Iowa tourists enjoying the fruit firm in New Y.ork: and ,his .many
I'urting business! 'In KissinmeaSatut.' fascinations of FJorida ana the cordiality friends are glad; to know he in making We will appreciate. n look, from any one ctcmpluting ';;
day. : 'of Kissimmee. 'They are from: good and prospering lie still has a. 1

.E. II.- Fennel\ returned ho"its Saturday Sloan. j" hankering; for farm life in Florida, buying titiything' iti Household or

from. ten days' visit! to rala- The Women's Foreign Missionary however and says he .Jjopes' within' kitclicn'Furnitiirc. .
times at 'Hudson, .i.n Jlanatee "<;ounty. Society of the First Baptist church : the next few years to, be abie'to ''spend

II. W. Cording of Pittsburg,. I'a., will meet at the. church Tuesday af-.I at least. six months of each year here

sent last week in Kissiminee looking(; let'noon at 3 o'clock. Subject, "Wo- enjoying rural life.GOSPEL See our line before buying and thereby save
mun's Work in China" .
after property interests and enjoyinghis I SERVICE _

annual vacation. I The seventh episode of the Fighting money to buy war saving stamps to help ouro'crlttttCI1t
Mrs It. \IJ. Sorrell! of' Macon, Ga., Tiail, which will be shown at the I
'Casino is | Quite ui 'ihtt'icst '\\'a>l inunifest"daf win the .
is in the city visiting: relatives and Monday night, called) "The war. '
looking after the inte.re/tts/ t of the Lion's Prey". and lacks none of.the the gospel| SI'I'vicln t night the ._,_. ... .. 1'i] i r -w-' ':' i
.iRj't.9! rg e 1r.Mc.6hrrsNt; "!..;.fi 41r11taltt( 4ft'Ui1isago. '! I dreturwtienalr xJats+ens!!rlteratutd3.t7ck I"' r. writjwV'-qTi ih r 1'Kt'U'l'I; mil mW"f1 e' .
I Rich Man and Lazarus. Sof j the foreglog pictures. e<< ,
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Mr .and Mrs. Frank-1lavis: arrived Mr. and Mrs Phil Wilcher of Rock ifhat 1 because this narrative of the was stntcovnt not 'a parable that: C1; H. GranthamThe

in Kissimmee Monday from Colton, Island 111., arc" making their initial ( "there wu tt ccitain rich hum." The .
Ohio; and will spend( several weeks I Visit in Kissimmee and seem delight I speaker then referred to the parublj
here before continuing their tour of with their surroundings. They are
of the unjust stewaid in the opening\ Phone' 291
Florida. It'd apartments the Willson i I verse of the name chapter] where the Sa.tisfactorYStore.
/( on Darlington avenue. -
Sam Hanna arrived some days ago i Savious remarked "There.was a cej- ,.u -
from Philadelphia I'a., and is located l G. H. Sullivan one of the prosperous I I' tarn rich man." Again the lich man 1i I _
for the winter at the Graystone. :Mr. farmers of the Doggy Creek section I calls for Lazarus to come in the lIamewh..re i '
I An infantry brigade is 7500 men. j HOTELS AND RESTAURANTSAll si3: or the extent of their patronage.Following .
Hanna is one of 'our regular/ winteivisitors. was in town Monday on business he is to cool his tongue, the of and addresses
in connection with the meeting the rich man in torment writhing' in pain A regiment of infantry is :36(10() j propiictors, of hotels and rostnurants I, which receipt must names be sent in

Mr. and Mrs. G1 II.. Dayson) an-1 I county commjssiuners.Mis :i seems still to be in a (conscious state, men. I t op6ir in!( in the state of promptly. Administrator Bec ham
(children r'llene and It iy'*'d'II:I, ofInwrenceville ; ; Grace "inll. of the State ('....1. 'which liteially would be nnpi.st.ibl", } A battalion is 1
111? and :\11'.-. \. A. tge for Women, at Talln'.iasxeo! ,. j.nd other facts made it clear to the congregation A is 2.10:; men i niMiiex and) addiestvos I << at once to Federal proprietors, so that they may have
1 Soulle of Detroit. ;Mich., are pendingthe I Norman Winn of ..Mis-iy-ippi were / ( I that this it a parable.: The company Food I Administrator KraxtonHemhum. first-hand] knowledge of what Is expected
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winter months here ',called hen this wn-k bv I the deathof same was given to irbuke the ]phan70 A platoon is: their father, A. \\'. Winn. ::! / Q'c'lodC.. H. Magoon, eanir'l A coi'point's squad' is 11 men.A I
Congifssnian/ W. J.Seats, who has I This notification! 's it sued for the the plans of the Food Administrationwill .
been hum on' a ten days' leave of ab' 1 j I JtI'J1"'ml..r the service at the Will- f i ist. field artillery brigade comprises' purpose) of getting a complete list. of be directed toward giving valuable -

I senceto lo',k'( after the MettlenW.n\ jf son hall Sunday night will be on a r 1300: ( ( men. j I the restaurant and hotel proprietors, advice, and assistance to the hotel
the rears estate( left Monil-iy to resume line of prophecy! to the: future linlilta- i DRAINAGE ASSOCIATION A field! hatter has 105; men. j thut they may he acquainted with the and restaurant men, and Mr
. hill duties in Washington. I .li .11 of the Holy Lund. Mr. and, Mis. j MOVES TO MELBOURNE .A filing' squad is 20 men. I I dilute plans of the United -States Iteacham desires each one to act

Mr. and M-s. J-'red Tubbs and :Mr. Niehaus will render a favorite duet i : A supply: .11 inn has 28ft: men Food Administration.. All hotels, quickly in" bending in name and ad-
and :Mrs.: Wm. Sebrighf of. (Kseuo, I entitled' ";\lone." Preaching service! The Florida] : Drainage' Association A machine gun battalion has 2'Jii I I whether: large or small are included in areas, so that no delay may be had
Dt1ch.c; 'a nll"' Wrida.p' visit a f<-w 7:30, : 0 llo(k. I i I has transferred! its office f.rolnVVst: this notification tta are all restaurants in thoroughly!: posting those( who rater
days with them old rrifiids, .1. l 11. I II. :M. Wells and wife of Hast Fairfield Palm Reach to MelbouiiR' men.An engineers' regiment has. 10'S)I''! I' and ,cafes! regardless of their, to the needs of the traveling public.

Woodbeck and wife. Vt. are here for another su."-on, ;1, :Mr.\ Henj. Get/.otf, the secietury1 I -
Hon.( Sam Uiiirjii, one 6f Oilando's j Mr. Wcils, > visited KII'immeInst; :I 1 i treasurer of'the association, having( menAn ambulance company bus.. Inter and enjoyed the Ioeul1t] '' se'''1 I volunteered for active :service in the
K'uding seal estate nr>n andljtici J| ) Y > } .
,
well that he returned this nnd1brought I II i U. S. Army i recently resigned! his men.A has r J)"
po- field] men.
*n.t, was' looking after busiiU": .s ntitters I i-ea-pn hospital > 1 U
in J Kissimmet' H'f!
was a member of the last. legislaturennd ; apartments at the Park hotel. i i the association.Mr. A'utaior general heads the field
;MK Kula )Render: P. A. Vans AjnpJllt'k"on. also each '
who and
made a good!: om I has been army army corps.A
the of :Mis. ville, who was elected. picsident of. heads each infantry 'I
Mi- T. I'ur.iM:i arrived nooay fronj the guest II. C. Stanford! for the association, nt its fouHh annualmeeting ] brigadier: general IS STILL ON
two weeks left .
pant Monday for brigade.A -I
for t ii visit ,
( l'rs' an .I'x\l'n.t I '
in jvrnegie Iu.imnwe.lrs., ; l'ai'.s: ; i''- i ne of j j Atlanta, where she will.' visit hr sister i I held last January, raeentlyapproached colonel heads each rsgiment. I
j !Mrs. R. 11. Ridley, Jr., ''before the bonrd of supervisorsof heads battalion..
A
major
'rler here, ret i
the rem-l-'nti*
regular \\
should do his bit I
the Upper) St. Joints Drainage I District Everyone am doing
having sx'nt a portion of many sea- mining her, duties as a director of' A captain heads a company.A I ,
| whose '
in music at the Female College at LaGrange 1 office is in Melbourne lieutenant heads a platoon.A .
Kissimmee.
nns I Ga. with a ,'ieof transfering the records below lieu- .
is next
) a
mine
sergeant
I
The :Modern :Mother Goose featuring !Miss! Nina Hratton, who has been'vmplo and activities of the association: tenant.A j ---saving you money by selling you
Kills 1'aul. the world's to that
youngestleading point. Appreciating the valueof
.
man,.. uppoited by Harriet. >id as a. stenographer) in T m"iundn the work being carried onby the "corporal, Is a squad' -olfic+er.A 'w merchandise lower than
+ '.utejna.n.t&plonj: ''hex'i 1' an a else intown.
? 'rt IIp.1; hQwl t anyone
th C;; smog ; ai..ept.
Val). Bogard, n a uJif I' Iden h sow 1 jboardl 'eadilYg've) tit ]lon olon ffikMMWUnfttfttttMCKJtfii Jtt. i-z.. O *"'
i.p '1' a'c uw't oh n 011' gist III' I It ('
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) iPPc a R tan n :'01'r //1 dq"u),) d! .de h J. i'n Come land beiconvinced.k

a s elli I IJ! ; nag 0 lllio! t
1 1a'tt'X
n'd =: =:
i (jT IhvfflnjffiFqiha all 'fIi .;\1, his: I. FI1f a I fW :
"receW''fd sTpPtArf: ronf'-Captr: IfanKVans .. lender' I twenty:year*' .ere as secretary.tl'I'1a"u"r, of the hssociar Floyd's GroceryPRICE 1 F. H.
Agnew showing: that he'Rlo oggnir.ed of the' Rt"piihlica'i: t lion This means triit the W eik will LAWSON
held a pi Isonei" II) (icinitin.This, ,| party| in Florida, died at his home be curried" on ill the same\ (..f1.it'it'ntmUIllWI' I
news' 11, quite a relief to hirelative. i '.11" Pun et.n. ill I'ado' ,',''unto, 'ome as it'a" under the directionof
and frienils h !re who hnvi In'in, \\'oi- days "g'o..Mr.: ('hub.'I), was form-rly; ' Mr. Get/off. LIST -. .- .
lymjr about I t b1- safety K<*iisli-> nl, the C. K. Land "If//,',' at All ,rommunicntiot-, the ,i---i- .

Our toWn"l1Il1l11: r. L. A. HumilUtn. ( (dainesville; i cialion should thei',:Lire I be adilii'ssed! .
of Khuie Arrea. spoke at the Episcopal I .'; ('('frog lurgain! -17 acres! :.I; 1-2 in future to Mr. Ernest H. leery, 1' --S .30
church convuuition held in Orlando 'miles Kj, jll1nwt', :J.! l-'Z miles 'I O.) Box! 211!)5, Melbourne, Flouda. Oleomareerine : -- i MoreSaturday

from Ky. ,station school Butter . _ _ .50 ,
thii week with great. power and and ihutches) ) , ---- Creamery ,-
the of churchextension brick load under! conduction i in TRAPSHOOTING HAS MADE "
Acceptance question No. 2 Early Jane real ____ .15
<< and the i'?ma)'Ktible! work front vlegnnt 7-rooin house> with '
\ AMERICANS
done in ('llI1n{la by I the Laymen's bath. water-uoikA; 11I1p.! j Askl:- I MARKSMEN OF 'No. 2 Soaked Peas _. ___ __ .10 Bargains ,

JI1i"siol.III'yIo'enwnt; son Realty Co. t Hy "Tnipshooter" No. ,2 Tomatoes. 2 for __,_ .25 I -
City I'ropeity-ICvxellent; 8rooinlovely :M. !J1. Smith of Orlando, a member An authority slates that but,
: : one I I II No. 1 Sliced Peaches .15
of the State ]Road I
Commission h - u
I homo well'located modern on was man has been hit for e\eiy" 10,000 : Our I last Saturday sales satisfactory that have +
brick street for below its value.. Huysomething in KJcsnnmee! Monday and addressedthe ,) 1 I shots filed dill jug the present world, ''I Small Kream .Krisp ___ _ .35 were we

o prefciablv "T h r i 1ft ,tel'l'"ts"of county commissioners: in the'in- war. "Tliih," said a proinment) trap Medium Kream Kriso __ - .70 i decided. to offer the same low prices again tomorrow,
,good roads. He
was accompanied -
-'Jro, ,Stamps safe and profitable We van show inve tme'1h.you'{ many Neljon I by Charles E. Hill, flet'reta'y the shooter Interstate during Association the recent meeting"is un evidence of- Large Kream Kr'uo ___ :__u. 1.40 i SATURDAY, JANUARY 12th.

.11 Itenlty Co. i ciation.of the State Automobile Asso-, ]i of the poor marksmanship of Oatmeal _n __n ___n__ .10 ; Now is the time to buy Coal Oil, all we have advance infor.

:Mr. and! Met'. E. II. Grosjean! And I !Miss Kirk by attended the annual Europeans anil would be somethingof Small Peanut Butter .1.1. .10,1 mation that the wholesale'price will be advanced 2 cents
two charming daul'ht'rs.lis9e.: .. Hilda a joke \\<'I'- it not for the tragic
and Veneifa of. Ft Wayne Ind., meeting,: of the Womnns Auxiliary of phase warfaie.. 12 oz. Cooked Brains nn__ .20 i gallon next Monday morning.

j are visiting Kissimmee this season the the)District of Southern Florida held "Of cou'"s'" there are reasons for No. 3 Pumpkin. for ____ .25 'I
at Cathedral Chapter House in ,,,2 .
for the first time and express themselves this the spender\; continued "amonc "

as well pleased. with th;; nty. from Orlando St.this John's week church.as special She delegate' them being, the. fact that the peasant II No. 3 Homi v. 2 for _ __- .25 1'I Gold Medal\ Flour, 24 Ibs. _$1.60 : No.1 can Tomatoes 3 for__ .25

They artments are in located the Willson in the pleasant building ap-on by Mrs. IHilI'"k and was Mrs.'accompanied classes in-.some of countries r; !trope are to own not permitted firearms' Red Snapper Sauce ___ __ .15 Pillsbury Flour ,24 Ibs.____- 1.65 I No. 3 can Tomatoes can____ .15

Darlington avenue. W. J. Sear and where' there is no law against it Hirsch Salad Dressing, small .10 96 Ibs.-1-2 bbl. ____ _u 6.20 I Best Creamery Butter tb ____ 50
'A. Chisholm and wife of Toronto. I D. H. Ferguson and wife, their. son those folk cannot .afford to buy guns Potted Meat ._ _ __._ .05 i
Fred u -- Best Oleo Butt trine lb' ____ .33
Canada, are among the prominent Ferguson and wile and small' or even pay the tux levied on fire Self-rising Flour 24 tb sack. 1.50 ,
winter visitors spending some time daughter: arrived in Kissimmee on8h arms 3 Jb can Blue & Gold Coffee .85 12 tb sack Self-rising Flour_ j Nut Butter tb --n-----c-- ..33Kellor's

here while in Florida on a pleasure Thursday from Kansas City for a "In the United States on InvaclinJl'force 1 Ib T. M. Blend __ __ .30
visit with n I Toasted Corn Flakes .11
their oldtimeriVnds.,
mission. Mr. Chisholm is connected A. would find high of 1.2 Bbl. _nnnn_ __ 6.00 .

with the military work of the Y.1.: S. Nelson will look and" family.;real While heretbcy marksmanship not a only because degree of 1 Ib) Flovd'i Hobbv ___ __ __ .35 I Lord Calvert Coffee, 1 ib _. .32 'I Post bashes ___ _________ .10

C. A. of this country in the capacityof in this over. estate values the} widespread and growing interestin Lipton's Yellow Label ..__u .40 I 1 KelWs Krumbles .10 "
vicinity.Mr. '
Maxwell House Coffee 1 tb .30 --------
purchasing agent.: While in the rifle shooting, but also because of
: and Mrs. Call! S. I' 1 Ib Tampa Bay Hotel ____ .40 Shredded Wheat Biscuit
. .13
city they are guests at the Graystone. Sphaler are the hundreds of thousands of .
men Bliss Coffee ____,____ .26
Mrs. L. L. Row den of Ft. Valley] among Mr.the recent arrivals in Oi'Ian- who more or less regularly devote a Crystal White Soap __n___ .05 j -- - Sweet Feed 100 Ibs. 2.60
do. : Spahler is from Jackson Senate Coffee best there is .32 nn
Camp ,
Georgia, is. thelu"st' her brother half a day n week to clay target
Columbia, S. C., where he held Leflox Soap ..05Grandma's Oats 100 Ibs. 3.20
a -- un
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S. B. Aultman, and family. She wasaccompanied shooting, Vesper good coffee .30 ------------
a
by her son, W. W. Mer- responsible position in the government "During a number of )'eal's-due v ingreat Washing Powder .05 very Shorts 100 Ibs. 2.95
-----------
ritt, and wife, of Macon Ga. They. I service. They will remain in to the 1! 1917 Coffee __ ..24Arbuckle's
the "Land of Flowers and Sunshine"until part decrease of game : Eagle Brand Milk - _n___ .22 nnn Bran 100 Ibs _______ ___ 2.CO
met at Jacksonville by Mr. Ault. n
were and stringent l laws the of
game art I Coffee .. __ ..22White
"man and Mrs. Heury Aultman in summer weather in the North. shooting straight steadily declined, I I I Tall Salmon nn _ ____ .20 II III .T -- Cotton Meal 100 Ibs. 7 ? 2.80
their and motored home. Mr. and! They report very unpleasant weather Bacon tb--, .33
car ,
Merritt apd wife. left for their: there. I I' but beginning some five years ago ':I Mince Meat __ _ u _ -___ .10 Feed Meal 100 Ibs. u_____ 2.35
Mrs. there was a revival of shooting, and Breakfast ___
tb ___ .40
1 Bacon
4home! Thursday.. !Mrs. Kowden will A prominent party of A. C. L of now marksmanship is quite as ; Lipton's Cocoa.V? Ibu-._ .25 I II Beet Pulp.I 100 Ib s.____ __' 2.70
continue her 'visit here. ficials who spent yesterday in this. as it was in the days of Concord general Potatoes, 14 I Ibs. _______n .48 '
Kerosene Oil tat ____ ____ .13
vicinity on a tour of inspection
was
Old<) settlers here will remember composed of J. E. Willoughby chief and Lexington only it is of greater Meat MarketLoin Cabbage Ib _____________ .05
R. Vans Agnew who the year proficiency."The I Compound Lad Ib ____ ___ .25
1885! and 1887 here Sf..nt gained his engineer, of Wilmington N. C.; J. C. _25e Rutabagas Ib ____________ .04 .
Murchison, gent supt.. of Jackson- poor marksmanship of. the Steak .-____-- -__ | (thread spool ______._____ .05

Toronto diploma in as 1895 a veterinary, and some surgeon years later in ville, and T. J. Joiner gen'l road mas. ticeable European in soldier shooting has been at most Round Steak ______________25e Coarse Grit*. 4 Ibs. __.:_____ .25 Brooms...55c and _________- .70

veterinary went out to the Philippines While in as the a civil islands piloted ter, of by Lakeland.Road Master These Haley gentlemen] made, aeroplanes and other moving nO-I Chuck Steak ______________20c Fine Grits 4 Ibs. __r,------ .25 National Oats, box _...______ .10 '
surgeon.
he received a commission in the trips over the Sugar Belt to Narcoos- such automobiles.as motorcycle troops and military Roast ,_-------------20c. to 25c Sursr. 25c worth to a customer Wizard Wash Soap. 7 ban __ .25

United States Army and returned to see and over the Midland to Apopkain "Had of the Rib Stew ____ _______15c to 25e
this country as veterinary officer ft Mr. Joiner's gasolene car. some sharpshooters, no _per Ib.: _________-______ 09 Fancy Prunes 30 to 40 to Ib
the U. ''S. Fifth Cavalry. He has been An accident that narrowly, escaped called been recruited from the ranks Pork Chops______________25e
stationed at different times at Hawaii bringing serious consequences hap- of American trapshooters whose success 25e Lima Beans ____uu_____ .16 -- 2 Ibs. for ________..,____ .34
___
depends' their ability< to hit Pork Roast ___________
the Yellowstone' Park, and Fort pened Saturday. Harry Johnson, who Navy Beans 18e tb. 2 for.. .35 Fancy Peaches. 2 Ibs for___ .34 ,
20e
Iluachua. Ariz. For the last few lives on his farm just east of the city objects moving at lightning speed Pork Stew __<.--______ ____ I .
years, until a few months ago: he limits was riding: in the rear end of the work of the bomb-droppers, air ......L,

was instructor in Veterinary Scienceat a motor truck when ho lost his balance scouts and motor troops would have full line cured Everybody cordially invited. You will be treated right. vk' '
We also
,
the Military School for Officers at and fell out, striking heavily on proved decidedly more hazardous carry a ,
Fort Leavenworth. Kans. Lately he the brick pavement. To make the than has been the case." meats. Come in and see us. Free y

was ordered to Fort Lee, Petersburg matter worse the rear wheel of the Nickle
Va., In charge of the remounts, andnow truck passed over his body. Strangeto BITS OF INTERESTING INFOR- delivery iA city Split ; Grocery ; .

is in Washington/with the rank say, slight injury to his back and MATiOK ,

.,of major, and holds m. very responsi- 'few broken ribs ,were the only results tI- PHONE'176, PHONE N1./ '.c2%. BROADWAY. .1 ,'
? tie position In ,the Surgeon General' and it is thought lie will/be en- An army corps? is 60,000 men/ ; Tf' !', -.
; M. tirely recovered in a few weeks. /infantry/ divisloi-, 19,00f nen.v .- ..,. ,

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,_ SIT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY,. JANUARY Jl, 1918.

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j CAPT. ROSE SAYS LIQUIDFERTILIZER r.
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The Dining Room of theManhattan CROP PESTS NUMBER 18 IS A FAKE: i Could Not Eat or. Sleep ..


HotelIs l I f ..at County ; Contmiiuion The attention of farmers, truckers 1 1. 8 Made Well. By PERUNAj j

Now Open I This is the eighteenth Qf a series ease! over from year to year. % fruit growers and dealers in eomnier Mr. William, Ii:. :Denny tact Park CatarrhFor' 1

Mr*. R. B. Savage, Owner end!. Mgr.V. of articles: covering: the control of Mildew is easily controlled by an)!, cial fertilizers la' called to the exti Ave, Springfield. Ohio, writes: t '{A
the various insects and diseases we of the fungicides./ Dusting with dry!t avagant claims and exhorbitaiil l fr "I find great pU .ur* In writing Years .
may' expect ?on our Florida crops, I sulphur when the vines are wet is ad prices of. this material-"Nitro Fertile :you and thanking you for wht P.-
shall endeavor to give ,direction for: visable as general practice to pre runa has .lr .dy don. for ms. I Can Now
of mildew. made by the F rtiU! Company,, catarrh for
avoiding trouble as far as possible, Tent any appearance have been troubled with
for recognizing it when it appears, ..Caterpillars attacking 1'Oselleshould t Cleveland, Ohio," recently 'placedupon years, and It had. affcctod my head. Eat and
and for the best control.: These ar be poisoned, but care must be I sale thru local ageBcUa in vari aose throat and stomach, that I
V. CnBSDJI( 'F FBSJIIER tides cannot cover all individual taken not to spray on bolls nearly ous parts of Florida. ' could not sat nor slssp with any sat Sleep

needs, so I invite personal correspondence ripe. ,. This concern to register :isfaction.
whether from the backyard KoNclte Is Injured,. quite severely by their guaranteed analysis i in. the of. "1 have just taken three bottles. I To MySatisfaction
garden or commercial plantings root knot.'' fice of the of' can eat most anything and am greatly
Commissioner Agriculture
MRS. N. M. G. PRANCE SQUASH! { relieved of nervousness, so that when
SELLS which. registration
I! Chairman of Committee on Plant Squaah Borer: In the stems of : refused. The was, very I lie down I can sleep' without; the

r Disease and Insect Control, Jacksonville squashes end sometimes pumpkinsand ,tendered by this concern'guaranteednnalysis I..t troubl. I recommend It to all obj.t to 'liquid-medi-; '
under -> who
tho. who sufferers of that dreadful I'I'T"o.
are .
Flu nelons. there will often be found I
Accident And 1 Tablet
.Fire, Life, oath, is as follows di....., catarrh. can procure!: Peruna
whitish fleshy grubs about an inch Water' -._v..,...,_,..100.00. %
HUSH POTATOES {Con.) lung Their place of entrance ia .
--
Liar . > -
Health Glass Nitrogen/: .j.! 2.007 -------- "-- -
Plate ,) ?
Tip-Burn ,and' Sun-Scald are more marked by yellowish deposits and (Equal'to ammonia '2.40)) ST. LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET. iro tbs. up $1'1..25. to $16.61i t ; pigs I 120: ()
in the nature of "climatic di<;(" tI.ripLurn very noon by the wilting of the vine '
Phosphoric Acid --.- -, 3.00% 'to 150( Ibs.,. $15 to'$15..r; 100 to 120:
billtyandBoilerlnsurance.Legal -
is the result of lowered wa beyond. !In small garden patchy, SPECIAL '
Potash .... :*? 3.00% REPORT. ha.I $14 to $15; lighter pigs $12.50 to
content and scald of bright the vine, may be slit lengthwise and
+Iter sun .Chlorine'------------ Traceor best rough hogs $16.!< The market -
Bonds Executed sunshine after foggy'or' rainy weath- the borers removed. :Moist earth - $14;
108'Iri impossibility than above
an upon( closed. ((lily 10c lower ,
: cf. However, well .sprayed: plants driiwn ;over the vines at the joints its face National Stock Yards, Illinois! which for strictly ..
Same Day'Needed. suffer l less! than thosl- which are unsprayed will .induce the. formation of new The price lists accompanying these 'January 2, 1918. cornfed quotations hoga. are I

for the weakening of 'the >qootfc<< and thus aid the 'Plant to withstand goods are as follows: Today's ''Recei ple. 'Sheep and l Lambs/: Show III'Blthd .
leaves! 1y l attacks of insects or iii.eases the injury. Cattl--------. IC'OO
1 gal. bottle ((10 Ibs.) $2.00; real - This Week.'
. predisposes them to these! troubles. These borers spend a pdrtion of value 0.10% flogs-------* ______ 11.000 vance market is 25 to 50c
OFFICE:: State Bank Building :, their life in the soil,,. therefore' thorough I 0 gallon keg ((5O Ibs.) $10.00; real Sheep .- _\L_2000 The for general the week, with the'outlook
higher
in \both' tip burn and gun scald ,the cultivation, previous to plantingas real value, 0.83%.: '. Steers Adance this'Week-Mixed. favorable for further .strength. t
tips and the margins of the leaves advised for other soil insects is 25 gallon barrel ((250 llm. $45.00 Cattle Steady. very ;
) ; Best lambs. veiling $11.75 to $17.2.;
j t.urn yellow?, then the leaven roll up, .to" be recommended. All old vines real value 4.18% ,' The market during the past six medium to good Jlfi to $li.50(. ; fat
I berome'brown! and finally die.ItOO : should be burned. days has been active, but it on
50 /gal: barrel ((500 Ibs.) ,, $82.50; was sheep $J 1.26 to $11.75$ choppers $8.5O ,
(- \not has its usual stuntingeffect Squash is also subject to many of real value 8.37V4.: stsers alone that any advance was -
$fr to $7. Fat aged
M. TILLER I on the potato plant through its the troubles of its near relatives, cantaloupes 10: U. Cleveland. scored:' The supply of this class was! to $9;JC.nO canners to $H with kids bringing
interference with the root system; and / cucumbers, and water- moderate which boosted prices 20 to goats ; 1
At the lowest price quoted, in 50 .
$11.
from $8.50 to .
:k' Real Estate! Agency. I I in addition appears: on the tubers in melons. gallon barrels, the price per ton of :HO cents per cwt. above a week ago NATIONAL. LIVE STOCK COMMISSION ;;- :

:11' ..****..******. .*..*..**...**% a pimply scab or in bad attacks Us (To. _.be continued.) this material would be $:JH: .OO. plus '. Mixed istufT and yearlingshave .
j diseased outlCrowthinviting! decay. -- freight from, Cleveland; Ohio, to the been plentiful and while selling COMPANY.ADVERTISEMENT: .
COUNTYTGENT
._Realty bought> t and told. Whit Grubs; and Moles: See; Arti.1crj REPORT OF point of delivery. active, show no 'advance. The outlook I

role : '.."u.e.--renteu:W--5"f ''yyp''- y.?,! ;: """. I.J Ju'IINMItfItfLMaNrtrafWWaU; ; 1 ..1Ialt ,'=L.LEYA.NLJ. &DECEMBER. . fertilizer made of the name martens contlnuis\ favorable. I IN GAZETTE
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when piftaloes " ''''' \: -- c: ;
fohov'grass.. i. cdii hd''B'sfir'7": .. I f,1.t.1i-1Q.{ .. a
Taxes and Titles fi.dfor inici j a; Af fijiii i"'f; 1 hr1c' fl' iOTua4k \
X paid v*r :i grubs, by I eating the! seed piece.. and Summary report of the work acOomplishwl age of plant foods as gun Bin teed $ } x.il(1'td'o: !' (J.-$!(.75 '' 'iY ,-- ttURED-WIIAT-SHE'WANTEO.i'MI.\i\;: '! :
J non-residents. f'i ['the feeding. rootlets lessen the sustenance by County' Agricultural :(less water), identical in every respect '- S! .75-j, common to medium $7.75 to -.- .
Fire. Life and Accident In of the potato, and moles in Agent for December'. : to 2th!) inclusive can 1)(' purchased from reputable $8.75; good to choice Sloeker and Atlanta, (!a., Jan. <;, litl- .
hunting for the grubs tear the roots : and responsible Florida manufacturers feeder cattle $7.75 to $8.2"; mediumto Editor Kissimmee Valley (Oa/etU.
surance. I and disturb the setting of the. crop Number (..f consultations at home for $:13.50: cash, f. o. b. good kind $7.25 to $7.75F'at; cows KisHimmee Fill,
Indemnity Bondi. 3 .\pliin and Plant (Hugs: See Ai'ti- and office _. -. 59 Florida factories, mixed and sacked. $7.59) to $8.50; medium $7, 'to $7.fiOj: )Dear Sir: I am enclosing. to you the
: des IX and X respectively. Watch :Number\ \ of official litters" writ I Analysis' of two' samples, one from cutters $(;.,,0 to $7; cnnners $$,75 to balance: due for two inver) MHis! of 'III
.. .. o ooo o oO particularly for' aphis (plant lice) ten 51 u lot seized in .:Miami, another froma W.2&; Yearlings, .$(li.73: to $7 heretics ad I sent you . '. .
.1 this season. In the north hundreds Number of bulletins mailed and lot seized! In Tampa us illegally of $7.f>it to $//0(1(; veals $8.50 to iii.0$ : ; Thanks to your paper I 1' havei.-
4.' 441444444 o.oot oooooo. of acres!! were ruined the past summer dist'ihub.\1) '_. _._ 80 frr.1 c! for sale. not properly guaranteed heavy I bulls $7 to $8; light bulls $0.f.O cured what I wanted. .
i :h: I before the .growen realized what was Number of cliMiinnstrutors visited 21 '\ and for failure to bear: tin .m- to $7. l. Very respectfully! ,
the trouble! Itlatk Number:-; of club HO IKnline :'Ims. ANNA: KANK.-: .,
I Leaf 40 is a perfect membels visited1 Sl| action stamp required by law (N for \\4'-' Southern !
C..W. GRIFFIN :i control when spray .,1! in t time, I but, Number' of fanners and glowers I slows that: the inatfoial is not uniloini i- trades; Ixiok rnrertiun.I -- -
no"-prny applic-nUul1 i caiv bring backa \iMted . 1C in composition, nor in nrrcml.ipce !- Maiket opened acme Jind! I steady at Plies Cured In ft to H Days
f l field that hay been half killed h> :Number'; of hogs! tuated I u I for rbolNuiiil'M with the guarantee printed on \es t"I'rJIJY"-, pricewith' u top ofl Vour d"'Rf.l. will. refund. ; nlOn".... II PATOOINT f-
'pests "I.1t ,_ ::1 -l Hi.H< !> Choice hogs !1\141! () .1 lbup SKJ.Tfi nNT tell .to cur .nv" ot ltchw. -
St.ple'and FancyGROCERIES tin labels' to-wit : :!O' > nits' hn : I 1111,1,1. d'OROI 1 r01room. '. .. in('h'14dov.'1 .
i Colorado I I'nliilo f llet'lle.I Though ; I r of miles t .,.tuneled __ _ !" ) t to $14I I i .r,; good to rhmc mixed! hoi' I The tinl coo1tc.iwn "..n. Fue.nJ, )(..1. Sac ,.:'.
common to nearly' ull nntuto grow ing Tuesday, the .1th, four \ embers of I'loHphoriiAcid, :1.011':( ()( Potash." TJiejiruljscs ,
sectirmthe "potato inr"l has only Os< "'oln County Boys' l'ig Club leftfor of th- two Kitmple. taken
"recently come to Florid and even iainvHvillc.; I-l.i, ( IJ. of I''la..to) at! widely sepaiated) loi'.ilities in the
f now is. only in small numbers in the attend the short course! The lirs! ) 'f.slate, show ax follows:
Free Delivery to all Part.i extreme noithein part of the elute pnxv )rip, ) 'wu given, by the (ount\ No. a.ljl: I. fl'O11Iinlni., Floihla:
It should be riromptlv killed on appearance I shoot board which hoard has! always |, Water _. _ u .b- Im.OO': >
t ; i of the Cityi'4404'4444644444C J for liL'sulew t the direct damage 1I' \'l'II'1I11. the moral and financial help Avail PhiiH. Acid -, _ 1,914'!) ,
a : it does by feeding! pn the vines, pussil>l" to our work and the other' Ammonia __ . _*-. 4Ai!>''. _
. {.wr"G53. it carries (diseases from plant to I three trips were given by the I' I';. CIt '.. Potash . ua'< ;

plant. Use throe pounds of arsenate .R.Mil. V Chlorine/ ._ :..-. .. 1.51': .; _ (4A
of lead'paste to fifty gallons Bordeaux I P. A. \ 0(11'lugal' cane expertH. The commercial I value ((Oct. Bulletin JACKSONVILLEFLA.OLDEST
W. B. Crawford fees Jarre mixture as a combined spray 1'. 'I., Hpent IJIII.t'or two days In' tlii' ) being $32.21 per ton .

7 CRAWFORD &: JARRELL for. the "bugs" and blight.I'olaloes county Htudymg the syrup production No. 'J522: from, Tampa Florida: i \ .
t ATTORNEYS-AT.LAW are also attacked by 'flea/ offering advice and suggestionsfor Water _.' -....77.57': ; t .
beetles and blister beetles." the improvement of methods used.A Avail. Phos. Acid 2.10';
t Offices! 4 5 6, and 7 Citizen.Bank . Second (;irowth : Irregular shaped I co-operative! order for several Ammonia 2.4f'! ; T1N .

Building potatoes are caused by such conditions hundred pounds of bluestone wasmude Potash ... .. .. 2.11', I
Kiasimmee Forid) us to start a second growth. this month; .cost $11.75 r. o. b. Chlorine .. 2.14'; S'UTHER
This is more commonly the result of Klssimmce. The commercial value (Oct. Bulletin ESTABLISHEDSEED
DR. W. W. CARSON rains after drouth. This is not at all Prof. J ,R. Fain, of the Georgia ) being $2:>.83 per ton.
a seed inheritance yet peed of this State College of Agriculture, and :Mr.E. This shows a vast difference in HOUSE (
DENTIST kind should not be used for it has a ,;, B. O'Kelly of the A. C. L, R. R composition arid a difference of $<;i.38 ,
Office over Pilley Building disturbed organism and is not as spent part of two days with agent. in the commercial value of the two IN
Office HoursS-IX. 1-I 8Uie to make healthy, prolific plants. They were interested in the native samples the average commercial value FLORIOAjf jf t tI
0.... *Phon lea Reildenc. 'Phon I' Hollow Potato is another result of and imported pasture grasses found being $29.02 ton $4.48 less
Out .Administered, for Extraction ofO. bad conditions in *,county. ,,, .. per I 1..
fi.eld .
.,,though the commercial' value
some va .
.. : +
as
than
:li'l' :'.'!li";"i'f; ;,! .th',:,,.( ''Vf.i', ;';, :r& fiol??? are,.' m?l'cl.f lI1t! 'ept ible'- *uch'' It] m canister to'estimale, atiithiJ i, i, sented,byf.the k < guarantee-<$33.50 repre-; and SEND FOR CATALOG AND I I.I

( rWU. tnf1uence4Jhap:' otter Even 'aclQlJ.ow inne the damag-ell anytdone1\the'' $:jOO.)8jcss8!) !than ItheK price per tOil ldEefLY PRICE 1e
./ r.' ;KRIBRal TA>tKRIBBS : nom plantin r 0 aloof p're'1 old 0 tho citrus and ru'k1! f fixed JIbyiftthct3&\ &, "Fertile Company"
:; &ysTEEDjATTOHNKYS pre cola th troubleIfAIISHES -cops 10()'J7) | orejjharitheasame! :i material .1 t
si
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AT LAW r.< ,,, !cry tru. yours tan"* bet"purchased 'fort from reputable t.t t.
]Kndixhes. suffer more From ahpisind I B./l. EVANS. manufacturers and dealers in Florida. :
lAp business of all kinds glvea flea beetles than from other pests. I County Agent; The identical 'materials necessary J WRTIN $m>

prompt attention. but may be attacked by dumping off, KISSIMMEE E SOLDlERlfNDER t" make a ton of this so-called "con-
Office 11 and II State Ra. k Bid*. rcot-majnrot, root knot, caterpillars, --- FIRE joentrated liquid fertilizer can be .
KlBslmmee, Florida. etc. The e troubles have all ( --------- ---- -
Lel>no.red "We have.had several brushes with purchased! frolic Florida dealers, to.
under other headingsItOSKLLK the enemy since reaching here, whicnI wit: I
I am' sure I would not have reached 27(5: ( Ibs. 18' ; Nitrate of Soda.
t Pal Johnston a. P. a.rr.l> Koselle. is. not -as generally knownis hud it not been for Mayr's Wonderful 2i4! :11 bit> !6' ; Acid Phosphate. I ,HAS YOUR BOY A BICYCLE?

JOHNSTON & GARRETT It should l bp, even by its local Remedy It has entirely cured me ofindiJ'estion !Oil>(! ii... 48' Potassium! Chloride.

t ATTORNEYATLAWOffice ida tames Cranberry, 'Jamaica." Sorrel". and "Flor Army and awful /gas: in my tj311 Ibs. He Has?
stomach.\ food now digests as I
10, 11 and 12 Citizens Bank shows Mildew, in i is> itsorst trouble. It good a.s mother's u..e.t l to." It i is a l.Jti.1: Ibs. water or other filler. Then it i ia safe to say he if attached to it at aD Arab is to hs!

.o Building: whitish powdery IIppt.'nri i simple[ harmless preparation that remove horse.' .
ante on the I''I\V..K. which :21-110( Ibs.Itis *
\ rapidly
Klnilmmee. Fla. | the cattarrhal mucus from the
i spreads.. The leaves turn yellow and | intestinal tract and allays the inflam ) unnecessary to say that the He may need new. Tires, a new Lamp, .Saddle or Pedal. Make
V drop.) The mildew soon spreads to nation which causes practically all fl i eight on (i.'Hi: Ibs. from, Jacksonvilleis your boy or girl happy for Christina .
't LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW the boUs. If not checked,, the plant I stomach liver and intestinal ailments much less than on a ton from You will find at our store just the very thing they waat. Come
is killed and, in the fungous growth Cleveland, Ohio that the purchaser, .
including ;
appendicitis. One dose will in and look over our stock-it'* worth while.
; small brown to black bodies (scor! I convince or money refunded For if he desires ean'dilute the materialby

tia) are formed which carry the dis sale by J. Z. Roberson, druggist.Fertilizer adding 1364 Ibs. of 'water, or of BRYAN CYCLE COMPANY
, Waring Building soil to make a ton. f..
I This material is invoiced to local 105 BROADWAY' ,
rr agents at just CO per cent of the list ,
f .
r DR./J. A: THOMPSON price thus allowing local agents 100
.
: per cent profit; thus, also, classingthe C. A. CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN,
OSTEOPATHYowellDuckworth Secretary.
local agent among "profiteers,
i I i unconsciously and I ignorantly, possibly -

ORLANDO Bldg., FLA.Phone 494 extortion.It, though. none the leis guilty of The Waters & Carson .

will be noted that more than one-
-ii-i-. "- half of 'the commercial as well as the

J. W. THOMPSON With full realization of the disastrous influence of consists agricultural of Nitrate value of of Soda.this compound The Na Grocery
Company
the war on all business routine, our buyers have put tional Government is now expending
Funeral Director forth unprecedented effort to secure the greatest ad millions of -dollars, to import Chilean _
, Nitrate of Soda, and in the erectionof
( vantages possible for our trade.* Nitrogen-fixing plants, in order to I

' furnish farmers with Nitrogen at
: ANDLICENSED
Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES
cost, in order to increase the food
Full Stock--Right PricesWe supply of the nation; while these"profiteers" \
EMBALMER and extortionists, their

agents or dupes are attempting b'extravagantly \

Store and Chapel, Stewart Ave.KiMtmmee. have a complete !line of fertilizers and the a !false statements tosecure
more than 1,000 per cent profit
,C' In.. greatest stock of fertilizer materipls ever known in from the producers of foods.

'J I the State of, Florida Prices are higher than in normal K K. ROSK, State Chemist. .
times, but are as low as consistent with existing Tallahassee, l Florida. .
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JOHN 0..000..0.
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WHITE & CO.LOUISVILLE .
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. conditions "
. r kY.Lltr.r.lewrlpa.at. TAKES OFF DANDRUFF, 4 WE SELL: 000.,. WE BUY: sHAY '
II
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+
HAIR STOPS FALLING +
j ..d full value paid 4 Ideal Formulas 1 1I O
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.::FURS : 4 IIJDES :
Save your Halrl! Get a small bottleof 4 GRAIN ? I +
",.... ea/ Danderlne right now-AUo .p 4 FURS +
CM .Was I Our formulas all have the same perfect propor stop Itching scalp 4 FERTILIZERS I +
\
tioning and blending of ingredients that havo made l 0 WQ.OL +
their superior field value the Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy 0 SHINGLES O +
past
quarter
century. hair ia mute evidence of 0' I AND .
neglected
a 0
I: Alexander Finlay Quality has not been sacrificed in the slightest de scalp; of dandruff-tUat awful acurf. 0 ORANGE BOXES.. .
J gree. Write for catalogue and price list. There Is nothing BO destructive to ALL .
a U6 S. Orange Avenue Die. hair ae dandruff. It robe the hair 0 ORANGE WRAPS, O .
of Ha lustre, its strength and its very COUNTRY
Orlando Florida Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co: life; eventually producing a feverishnes 4 VEGETABLE. CRATES .
r *, and Itching of the scalp, which if 0 0 PRODUCE +
Residence and Grove, Sand Lake not remedied cause the hair root to CRATE NAILS .
Orange Center. Manufacturer IDEAL FERTILIZERS brink, loosen and die-then the hair *' 0 .

..,'.',' Dealers in Spray Mach ines and Insecticides. falls out fast. A little Danderina to- 00004(00000004404 000 . 00040 . . 0 ?
Jacksonville night.-DOW-mnj time-will rarely save<
Representing A. M. II... Florida
,
your hair. We tell field and garden teed of all. kinds. '

Waters & Carson Grocery Co.. Local Agents Get a small Mottle of Knowlton' Wi 'give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parti**.. .

,Hfinle/!, .Haven Nurseries Oanderjne surely caa from hate beautiful any drug haIr store.and You lot Free delivery in city limits. "Phone No. 12. . '

of It if We are agents for good fertiKiers.; oak! for
:you win jut try a little Danferine. county us circular and pries*,

1 U Bar your lr lair y f TrZtl' /- I pa"r "" / I.v J e f+1... .

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KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1918. ..a SEVENCalomel

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r ''ed Alexander; 'you are the victor." ADVERTISED LETTERS I ('lty! "' KI..Rlmm.'lorld8o to have In
1: "Here elsewhere" replied' Napoleon NATURE'S WARNING I f his or her ponm-iiiiUin at anY one tlnv.
as I a Krentcr quantity of whiskey, gin\
"1 am dependent upon my soldiers Following: la the list of uncalled for tI'e". win' or other Inlo.lcallnlI"u..r.,

Users Listen To Me for ,the have victory.our officers" So both with all high armieswe and Kissimmee People) Must Recognize: letters remaining in the postoffice at main than Weetlon. In Law at of I. present the. Any. Stat violation.allowed of Klorldn.by.hrrrat the "'i

Florida the two weeks
for
,. low, but on the non-commissioned officers and Heed It Kissimmee, .hlln h,. punlnh.-d ty Ijnprlnunmvnt for

rests dependence for success. ending January 21 : ii ,,.riol not cxcedtM, sixty' "lrfy... or
.1 I Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone of Kidney ills come-mysteriously. hy A linn not ...<.....dlnll' One Hundred
and failure
The recent attempt Avant, Lee; Anderson Joe; Bow- Iiollitra. or both such fine .and Imprisonment
a thief to rob that farm house in Con But nature generally warns- you. ron, Wm. J.; Cobiirn Ernest; Frank- at the discretion of the rourt.

necticut' reminds me of a circumstance Notice the kidney secretions. foot, Robert; Haw, Alfred; Livingston 1t"lld' a tint and second time by

Your 'druggist give; back your money if it doesn'b which was said to havo.occur.red See if the color is unnatural- U. B.; Sloan" A. 0.;. Yates, "unanlmouii;NNion, l''
!liven your liver and bowels and straighten Like in thfe the house same spoken state many of, Mr.years Camp's ago. If there are settlings and sediment, Kichard. B. B.. SIMPSON, .. F. H. J.A WHON.

without. making sick.' house *as a. little distance from the Passages frequent, scanty .alnful.. Postmaster.A Attest J. It.: flhTjtlflT.I'r""ht..nt Clerk Counc"i

:you up you [kitchen, and while the family was at Its time to fear serious. kidney Approved January, Tth, A. !>.- 1918.

supper a man slipped into the house \trouble. want ad. 1n the Valley Gazette 4.51 JOHN 3. CADKU.

and crawled under the bed thinking will rent your spare roorris. Mayor.

There's no reason why a person is mercury an(l attacks your Lonos.) to remain there until the family re- It's time 'to use Doan's Kidney Pills, LIST OF NAMES STRICKEN FROM

tslioiihl take sickening/ salivating calomel Take a dose of nasty calomel todAY tired. When the family. returned he Donn's have done great work in this THE'C I REGISTRATION

when a few cents buys a large and you will' feel l weak, sick and feared ho was too near the outer edgeof locality. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS T.Y tHE
BOOKS BY
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone-a nauseated tomorrow. Don't lone a the bed, so,, he crawled further B. F., Rails 1012 NQw' york Ave., CITY COUNCILAT

perfect substitute for cnom 1. day's work. Take a spoonful! oJodsnn's back. Now it so happened that, the St. Cloud Fla. 'says : "Sitting at NOTICK OK. AI'PI.H'ATIO* KOH T4XDKK1I A MEETING'HELD ON JANUARY -
,; *
It is Liver' Tone instead, and old lady had a goose setting on some 1ST A. D.: 1918. '
pleasant Testable 1
a : lirpiM desk and much and the _ _
bed and the intruder 'writing so -
the
as my
L which will start your liver just ns Voti will wake vp feeling preat.; No eggs under come too near she hissed. like lack of exercise hud so weakened my I Notice In.; heHrhy ntvn that J. WMiller Xultman Anderson l If.John O. fcol._ Amoved moved from from city city
of Tax OrtlllcateH
surely calomel but it doesn'tjnake biliousness. ronstipnHon shiff-' purcham-r .Alderman. It I _ _
as more : a snake and popped him on the back Not 1ISS and 1162 I dated the lh sick and not salivate. )liendaelio contetj ( or kidneys that they pained me' most all .\. 1 I'. IVI. and Tax ( 'ertHUcat .I.I..rma" A. C u u -.moved. from city
you can lilllmt'Rs, onjruc ef the neck, when the man sprang of Julv) Atwood,' ,r. K __ . .. ,moved from city
Children and grown folks
110<180n'8 Liver Tone, became it is you. don't find} Dod"

perfectly hannlecs. t I. netS better than liorriMQ cnlomcl. seized his gun and told the man to kidney secretions.! Sometimes the for tax deed. to lnflu certificate' .*. In Ac.cordatice . Huck L.nvalettemoved- - from city city
laid
Calomel a daigereusdru.' IIRUMNATIONS your money id waiting for you. 'halt or he would shoot him. The reply I I secretions! were too frequent and then embrace the with following law. "......rlb..d pronJorty Harbor Hullork, Win.Stanleymovcd J. ._ __ .moved from from city
"Shoot and be d-d I'm city
-- was ; situated In Oact-ola County Ktorda. __ _
again scanty highly colored and confined llunnpll (1. u..moved from city
snake-bit now. < to-wlt: Kot 1 Block H, Lot I 11Hlock r-anova. H. ft, .. __ _moved from city
The Democratic Rooster still shouts I sediment. Dean's Kidney Pills rt LK>t 1 Hlook A. L
    <<> 1-rfitn 21 and 2ft Illnck <], and. Lot, 27 fhlHholm .\, M.:' _,...,._moved from city
    dirt-eat. ?
    his defiance to the German
    *
    (I ) OF REXIn 'I I were recommended to me and I /got \ iloeki all. In Maryd.la.The'mild : ('Hldwcll.' K. )H, ... moved from city
    ers.The/ Kaiser. .he. considers his bo* and using them; Good ]_ ; land befnir ;nitm-HBed. at the I IOat. Iiann. CV.. ....,: .:::moved from citll'.iivgan. :
    began .
    worst enemy and calls him. a sorry old ] .. of the laaunnce flf unld oprtltlcate ('ha". ___ ..moved from cityi
    rascal'Hunters' results sqon followed and since taking ] In the name of Unknown W C. VeHta I 'IIKKITH. K. U: u.d...d
    readers scrap of a I Jr., S. ('i. Hmllh. \\'. Hiiinptnn. I'nli-MH 1 > Aliii- .__ __
    order to giv; the of the Count Itup if you want the total- .tu. ?___moved from city
    Paradise nearly desert. three boxes I feel as if ll had never cerllnoHlcn shall !h. redeemed accordlntr
    amid Hfe Warren Z.nuovu.d from
    ' Gnzette an idea of what this war is KJX is bluffed. During the wars that ed. Ths\ report that Osceola county been troubled." 1 t o law, tax deed will 'laauthereon ,, Kuril: ;, A.: K. .. .::::-::-moved from city city

    ? coating am. taking from the weekly occurred during the' eighteenth century be the next Mi the .101 h dl01' January. Flint. I.,. 11. . ____i moved from city
    will be to
    News Letter published at Washington between' Austria Germany and not subject Price fiOc at all dealers. Don't .\ I>. 1918. I iirullen Henry _ --_moved from city
    draft somewhat coos! the ardor of : J. r,. OVKUSTHKKT I -UlilvrtV.. t':... __ __ _______ i..dead
    D.I C. under the off Russia France 1st --
    supervision against Napoleon
    the hunters. simply ask for a kidney remedy1-getDoan's <"lork ('IrcutiLS <"ourt, (lelger.II'. l>. 'n___ ... moved from city
    the U. S. Agricultural Department, then Emperor of France, was thd con have returned from a' Pills the. same that !II O ct-oli Count v 1 Floridai (Orci-n Arthur --___ ___moved from city
    We I
    : the following appropriations made by queror. Austria and jGermanyrwere recently Kidney . -..- Ut-firory \v. A. __ h __m<,ved. from city
    "Congress. compelled to submit humiliating visit to Mf. Joe Smith. The old gentleman Mr. Rails had. Fostcr-Milburn \ < inca IT 1 4ii IIT !trvit: "..- "oij"l\ear. XV. T __ _. moved from city
    tq.a suffered from the !I' MenrJohn (" 01.1) _ .moved'
    has severely from
    l 1'01' authorization ofI.JOO.OOO.OOO but Russia of her Buffalo N. Y. l-'l.ttltll \. f"m: K\TH' Jl i 1)11 I il.. city
    ; ships an peace, ) on account cold Co., Mfgrs, hilton.V.. '>l >,. -. moved from city ,
    of the recent
    _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .$ vast territory was left intact and itsemperor .effects wt'ather'j I .. ( lit I IT., .>Hfol.ItlNTl.: - - ,,'l.H'. :.may.,!.tVi '
    Jx pays an occasional . ,. 'rI t ,n >J.7-=>"...A ;,y \\t\...... .. J''ITmovi-d from rlly,
    For aviation u _ _ _ f fi-iO.OOO.OOO(/() Alexander visited Napoleon!,, < RKTS-WWUV "V'JUSr ,!,, :!! .
    .Reed t)1).lwrY'mIt.'Th! m'1ftl'ib' 10 CfprPS'tStSeA JIis.ii. 1'- /01. _? __ _; _moved from city
    ;tJ r !>II m'l1> r1I"'#'.IJ ,OO.OOtr() '- !-1/lmr.'An'/ 'r :i nf1ietititii; 6f. it't be which-) 't everything is kept and the FOR U"ER1):" BOWELS. Will la MI J: FlliiK, 4"'IJlnl..t| . .lohiiHiin. J. It. .-' n "_ moved from city

    Army subsistence and rcgIfulur occurred during the former's \ H. l.amh. I. M .. -.. . . -innvi-d from city
    Q. M.'s supplies 8110,000,000.; ft"-J'A: among the French soldiers promptitude, with which the young I KiHiik'miH AVH-W, nnd1'I1'UI'. KI Ijtlly JHH.V.. .v - __ __ _-- __ _dead.
    customers make this 1 'fiMidnnlHIt I l.al.ond.KdwnKl. . .niu\eil from
    ladies wait on Cure :Sick: Headache) Constipation; ioti>-iriiii < city
    lothing\ and l fearfully scarred as tie, result 'nui'ul' . _. _
    camp gnr finest in the and I apix-iirlMir !h> HlTtdaxIt a I'|>< Ki-dbelti-r rt. I Il/I miived from city
    rinon e81! ,<>00,000rrunsportutiotl of a sabre stroke. Turning: to one of the state ir'1 I ItilioiiKTieKH Sour Stomach! Bad III .Ihe 1,111 111..1 l 11I'lh,' Rlu, ,,.-50111i I.""....",'rk..r. K. H__ _moved from city!

    _ IiJ7.!> ())0.OOO() I Alexhnder, Napoleon asked "\Vhat do war prices exist. there it would 1) Cathartic. IIIUHIthai l-'iunk i VIIIIH '.\lrn.-wr mio "fth Jllnx. I,. I,:. ,?_,"' ..n T - _ _____ ___dead
    hard to complain, as we always find i Breath-Candy .t Hefi-niliititM., ti,>t..'lii, mimed, IH a nufl,,- :I.l<.>->-f, I1. J. ___,_-, __.moved from city
    Medicine ) ) think of men who can .stand su 'hwoutuls .
    100.000,000 (
    you ric.flrhi.nnd U
    Muilln.
    little have!' been l <.N I.I<-iil ir the Sumif' -----------mov.'d i from city:
    Mobile artillery 1,18,000,000) as thut Alexander's quick that our cxpendituics. \ I I hla t.,.HhUtnce IM lI..k ii.s, a. (.v"> ,r the tifenf < Moi'nrlati| l, .1. 4'. _,.--)__moved from city

    ,Ordnance stoictt... und I retort was : "And what 'do you think fully equalized by (roods. rvt-eived. We I N'o odd how bad. your liver stomach I \\'entv-oiu. learn I It I I.. thcrefoii' :nlHer: ; : .T:> H. ,lived: :: from city:
    have no )('_rK'lIul acquaintancewith : ordered I thiit. slu. t.r. noni ealdeiil. I "l<>r'"nd- ii'NVAI, I. II i.: .::: ::: ::ovi-d from city
    supplies .__ . . 7lTfl00.000I ) of men that can give them ? The the } hut the ladis eroployd -1 or )bowels; how much your head H'IH' I i.' Illld' he l h. Herein rvillltfi| to a i'- I 1'" .i'n.iis, N. I s-------- "",,\,<-d from city.moved
    I Heavy guif-i _ _ RID.ooo.ooO) ) ( ( ) ,-oldier! replied : "Th(' a i'a Il dead proprietor' from r'".''' in tin. Mil nf ('''IIIIh.lut| ) tiled In I'/ii tI' ,'k. llvnrirl'ialce. '' _ _ from cltv.moved
    Ammunition lM)7,000oiiO) ) ) i sii.'." "Here /IS elsewhere, ixduiniIN l lu wait on customer certainly: I1CII's. how miserable you are *.I liil ..."us i. "ill' '>1' h..ru"'"> Thul, "'Hil.i' V. thiLlKt II M _- .- from city
    "how:, said proprietor to have theipst I constitution: indigestion, \biliousness\: \ .|i." nf lVhruiirA' II. lus.! nthlHl I I-i.a'k r'. w. I III'ti . _1110\,1 from city
    I ) .., \\1 "- tll< allcUJIIInllK. H.ll'l h,1IIn, I t Jtt. I', Ili -' .1|f. inved from cite
    --- I of judgment i in 1)I -n"ingIhc )pub- and, slujcKUli( i Iowels-r always rfttitlitf I III 'tlKill 1 I 1IH (.."llf.. 8KIC.1| h." Mllll ..h.f..I,1 ; "i'MIIIIH. 4tiaNithiiH. I.. .- nuov.: M! from cllyuved
    =-- Ii,'. \ I y., r: ,
    it n .I ,tit, C I from city
    (Our i n-al '-state tin-n appear, to lie with t CiiKc-arots. They I immediately I It |u t ill I I lii ,. OI .1..1 I "lull I liln I (il" d.-, H...a..'ra. i I': I 1'. _ n lived from rll \

    bii-tre, and fiiiMxl cleanse and reft'ulate'( the 10111I '< I In I.HI.II--IH-.I, HIM.. a w 1-1,1 1< fur eight"' H.t'.s. I IV.. ._ _ "n nved i from 4'Hy
    II li inij pond our
    I Ir a : i i.ii> ', iilt.1 ufi-I'M I In, tin' KisHlmniii, Kou-eiH" j.J _. "lived from ey|
    :Prutf'-r I jtppciiiH' to l lie doing l his I 'I ali, .iemo\e the sour, fermenting(' food \:alii: \ li.iri'tl', ', ;n in.,% MI i>.i |>i'l i. .puhllHlifdin ; 1 i-.iiirr 1 1 I I n M. .- _ .. .II..v..Ift'om'II t V

    Strengthen America. .)lintii.'o inn nay one I thing/ about 'and foul gapesUike the excess bile .Milil inut' I I > .nut Kt Hi 1<1I111h.t I) Jnu] H '. "u,lived from cllyovid
    ; ,' HHi' SlllllMIII.llill i I I _ .
    'I'hl" 'Till i iln"f I I' ini-,1.I 0. from city
    him on i r "intercourse with said Mc- I :: :: ::
    ..... ... from the liver and carry off the con 'K'tn 1 ,.;mii i i J I. i.. iviisTnii3T' Htaillns:. It 1. -------movi,1 from city
    t .__ = = -. "J'hattor bin proved, him to our satisfaction ,! I 'I".,i-k Circuit i : \ CourtKiihl.K Wi-nvi-r" Clmrllo __ __ _innved (torn city
    , .to be a true hearted gentleman / : 1l1 pat'c1'yuste matter and poison l I & Stcid.Sulli :I HaumKrM: : ,' t leo. X._____moved from ell y
    much' bowels. A lolK fi'l 1'""iniilalnnnt| 2-"l Hmltlt,, XV. A. ____ _. moved from city
    and 10-
    and that should have to i ff-om the intestines
    ,
    r 1'11I111"I'r.Y.. I U J ____ moved from city
    do with his .SUCCPOI. cent box,fiom your druggist will keep VOIKITO: 111:111: t"'II'* "$ii n I iii' ito. .lOHi'pli A.__.moved from cltvHniedit
    , "Food Will Win t to War"IT I Our) Heroic cold 1 did apparently) I lit-I I I, I 11c1l',1.1| __ . ._ moved from city
    your liver and bowels clean; stomach I' I 01 HT" 4,1.*' TIIH < "t. >. '1'V .11 If a:, .1''''''''.... VVnltet- ___ .moved from city
    \ tic damag'j. (:fahhage1 lettuce, onions, und head clear for months. They "'1' \ '11,: in-". 1.111 II) \. 0.4 I':"',,' Tin.i nt..ii. H. \-. ....-________..____dend
    ha\o not been materially damaged! / sweet ( ill \. '1" \ \\'nrI, It II. __ _____..-moved from city

    { and hews from Hull. Crab (Grass Jutr,. work while you sleep. In IXnle nt 1''.,nIlY (I. Tn mimn.To .. XX'nlch. \\'. 1-3. ___, :__moved from city
    HITS YOU IN THE FACC { \OU GO- THIS re
    . 'I.IErE\'i:. Canoe and Sand Gully; Creeks indicate all < '"',',lIi..rN. .."ltal......, I )l IstiIltPCHiI \Xooil. K. 1-3. ,_ *__ ____moved from city
    I'util K. _ .,_ .
    ... oliilniH I d.* .v'.r. moved from city
    1"111"I ur -
    SLOGAN OF TilE HOOVCR CAMPAIGN FOR FOOD CON. that increased activities have a .imindK ft.1 nil'I I HicaliiKt,tieiH'I
    \been induced and that they will beard nf hereby, nolitli \Vs1Iipi': I 11.. I. ..u ._'-moved from city ..
    that we must divide, withKnpland Y. ". nniliuh you lire :
    I economy is \\.1. . . . _ .. .
    1. J
    . I II iti vd from city .
    "FOOD WILL WIN WARv ami 1
    TilE | -Ulri-d tn pnnent
    NERVATION h,' from to adv ?itire later in th I and France. It throws the liilnin'd nnil iiiiddeiniindn wlilihi..u. or ...Ith.f I Tint'ouncll will I mi-et on Tucndnv,
    i
    season and we have every reason to )burden:, of the war on our shoulders. ei,. ., """. mav, have, auMlimt tlu. "Ktatenf I'Miiunry. Dili A. l ), | lit. nt 7:30.1': M..
    :'r believe that a war crop will be de 'iiHi-d, latiof to In ni' eomiilalittn. of any person
    produced hut, should be proud.of our peoplefor I llnilly I O Tiltmnn When Ihe'Sellale's Committee Agriculture 'I we . i-lfirniln i ( that their, namen have* been
    on was investigating this Our will ( Is. alit imintKlurlda.. tn the under-
    year. country the ability they are displaying to .I..n..1 ,AilinlnlKlrnti of Kuld <-..tnt. i lmno| | ''rl>' i-riiHi-d. from Kevin ration
    (he subject ,of food-stufTs; the liquor men be like .the Irishman was when a srentleman sustain it.Whittier. I wit i i i hili i tWO >./I'HIH I i'on the lltti' I HiiiikH J. Jt. .UII.II ';H'I'.
    wished to hire a coachman. 'I Mh, I 1T. ::1-;,l <:'lly Cleric' .
    Kenansville and iMitid lii-c
    a stray
    \ denied that (hey consumed as much' as the prohibitionists He asked an F.ngolishmuIhow near ALMA \TI\, hR()her..f.//I *
    I shot from Fort Drum give assurance 51-2 5 1.1'1) IIIIIH
    said they did they declared that they used only he would risk his horse and carriageto that all things are in !good shape with :ri'-tr: -" -- 1 --.
    a high bluff without fear of damnire. 1 u Ill lio r.'cvivedujuto I 1000: o'clock a.
    d one'per cent. of the grain.AlLright"let'stake.theniiatitheir. I them. Article a little lengthy, but all AIiMI "' fiHvroii'1! N.TM i: '!'ui rti KHtimiav, January 12th. IBiS, by the
    _,, The replv was, three feet. A :, right will .stop. Next week will 'try MI.I.: HIiIN C I. i :"'1'1':' Hoard of CViunty <*ofnlHNlon>r of Os-
    ,. Scotchman on being asked the same and prepare some useful information. I I tteolau 1 (k tiiity. I.'Ioridac.i for dlKrad IRK,

    question replied, two feat.. He turned REX 1 f'01 HT oV (.nv"rv .n ) ; IT'I'II : r dcdlnJtittttnnd_, -PT (HUrTdrlnffiwUhiiAflphalt. . of
    t to-an S I z ) '...U".i l.ftt,4'I"S'I': .proxltn utti. thir miles1;' nfcool
    !glritthmtuxMtanduiKineantandu ,\ ''In :"...... ..I ( ... ...". tI.. w iii Id a ,. aFlorfd.i.
    1 .*l/('!l 1 8 llnBte.y eiquetionK '[io I ,. .. '
    '>I Sm m mm mai m i aKjOne jalthel' ( l' Jld 8 kecpfVervt'man1'r as far A.1.W II iiI
    }hl' ; : I tid.iai J I )vC55trootJClerkffii
    1t a-ya., Ii l'ePlil"drOU'r ('n.lni + .. ,irStlf Jpii..t mieai6nera or

    t'1.'. ". ,.. .'".' }! ItI) .' th '(n." Ii' Tft'rlh ic ,ii5Couit. l'lor d at KlBalmmue.itorompanlcd.

    '\' j.' "'-. per cent.f"bf the gram will feed bne per cent.rof the* \>i'looKing for. 20th' ilnflf Jntitiiviv. V I I'" lul l i in1'N Ii 1, i'u.'stl llii't, I,..
    The preparations being' made for lllitliil.llil., .l.iii.I \V I'I I -
    people. This means one million people because' there I( .1. t' ::; : 1 ,I PCI'tlf ii.) (1 'hii'it In t h B sum of
    fair 1 , I'M, i nil I I Jtlll.-i III 'I f'll" S ilfl .
    ,
    our county are icrtuinly com- ''iii. 'I, >n.i I),, tll. t to Hrm'Mt Marti.h .
    .
    ,
    , ,
    , 'I| his O.t 11,1'.1.I I ,.i.i '' I I. 'III 111
    nut
    ar: a hundred million ol u* in (his country. -l11elllJalllAnylh, lIJ!' that has a tendency i uji' i v\ ..1 l nlii-i I 'i. .it 1 1" '" !I..., I K .i ,in,, I ,', iititi in i,f t ii h,*' lit*.n tl l 'of <* Instill ti)* I S lllltl Hill ll fl, l>pf IS 4 | lIlUMt 1)1I
    to show the! spirit of our pt'oI I i " .M 'I li,. i .\\1'1.'I i is t'h. i"i i lt'i, i inli ,
    ,
    ''I I It \ i' d I .i i f.M \\ iidrd in T. \\4 Ovt-r-
    We 'shall probably send: one million pIe in it-- true ligh it- 11 guide! to'' I, "I. ., ,.l I t' i "milln,,. ,'If.' tn Vi-ll.' H, ,|JllIhll"Hi. -I t . t. )'l 1. i'Ic to I Iii.' I ii'tii.l I of fount. y
    I "' I"I v i ( s 1' 11 fulli'it I I II.t .l'i' i I ili . ,
    *iliov) who wnuKIi'ck a home among ,, , < ni iii i (< ni'i M |\ i" si timi, 11', I"I..i'Itiit
    I i I I. -i "( 'in4 ilil i ,111111 \ 1 \\ ItI .
    n- mid the .Haof people)) we should I ,I "" I I I i III, Sl ,'I t I lull 01'," I 1 J .1.HillI. 'Id I'nlld' os-t. <4 tIt llKltt, to r -
    soldiers France. ,i i I .t..n\ < ,' nil hnlfti
    to .lie-in-! would, be those who believe, in I. 'I I I U ", I :0 I iif, J-i l t HIM t W II I .. 1 .Hill i ,, I I0': f I-
    \ i nuitii 1 > \\ 111 l IM' I In St. 4'lnud "tiIt
    ,, ,, IIi 14"1",
    i i.ni.' I tin.' i"I; > iimi I dun I u ut "
    anrthing that i 11. beneficial to our j t tit o I i.i, .ui. ";' "r ti i z.: >. "if Sin i II.." tu'" ; .1 i. J. i.;.ti t.* '.*, ii ii iiI) I II I tit itm'tJTnp'i'I 'I' \

    This means that the liiiiur| people have; been!! \\ailmg l'ounl'l' of course have cold :'i ill ,In, |1."h'I'. | THI nl\ -niiu-, i SIM.ui'i .,.*. -P.I n\ ht dii. i M n1 i Uu a box to -

    wI'JlO1l'r. but. it is of short '-",, l 1111"" 'm ''JI'\I, ,,.' (ti't) "Hunt: 1 1I.
    enough foodstuffs lo Iced las.1 who Mill durlttion'l 1 I. s ,\ .if. sii: nf SiiHur' 1\\ n'l .1 I. MVMURTIIKW'.
    every !; man go nnd has a lend-licy, to punfy I S "- .10'1'1' / ''1'h' i ...1'1HII't < MiK' ., ) I.. Ill", Hi.ul: ...r I'ouritv, 4otiirnl'frIniiitn i

    lo (he licnchcs'! 111"$pl'l'II'I abd piepure. u$ : l 'li. '1',1'-, '' ': i i'I' I 1.1. 'Hi t lii'i nf OHiiiift" C'ou"ty..I.'lol'j,1I, . :
    .
    tune I ..ii "I' ,i !runMt, .. if ri.., 'i.i.i rt.f;t .
    I If I food will|| win ihe war as I Hoover' says.-.ihcn the "piiMU I To Cure a Cold In One nay. "h'|, I I., )jj4i.! Ill'.." ,,' 1111 ll-, I ll. .. ll I III"'" ------- -
    ,. Our meat st.(duties have been mi- I III". (I" I ""II..'" fill' tlllll" H.lll'. ll| ..w Oil (III "I : \i.1:11: inn
    S liquor .men have a fcaiful responsibility, resting upon III id. -o we will IHJ- our ipport over Take LAXATrVR UROMO Quitilm- It Mopn, the I I 111 i i-,iiil I Il fiiurt.I '
    : Couch aud Headache mid work off the Cold. III lt .l\.1 "t' Irt. OA n'"lorl'ul'dll ,
    I I '.ot..1 l I I'i. i Mil A l 1' I'.tT \\ t. i-i up 1 'I t
    them when they clclilierately waste the food v\hich for some future tune, hut the supplyis I UruKiJUn return nionry. if it lain, la cure.Ji. ,::11.\ '1'. MiiJJI'lS'iV' : ii' :-',,' | \*, J.tininr'v, ) / 121h) lljft, l>y the( .
    enonnoil.and, the for U. UKOV1'S tlguutuce i each txuc. 3oc. I r.'J ; j: 'Jk'
    only -a-soil uu .\l lniliilWt' '.' I l.a."i'd of (Bounty CommiMHlori4ri of < '"-
    auld life' and'sIIcnKlh lo our soldiers: --. i t''O ltt, f'uun. |>.. !,'i.riia.. for nn Islniof
    give .
    - .. . . - - -- .. .. . of j..I..rl.III.-' *i(7flrt(: Ireull I .r4 l.l.
    IiI <
    .
    is Hut what about (lie man whose vote gives the liquor I ..II'h .l,ii..1'l'i Ifil I 4 I lr-ii-lt. '. All In'mlllloll> rtntlvk. . to such hondf
    4 niilt .
    i men the right lo do this? ; : I IN I ISC M>-KIM: 0,11 \ .Tif oh in I tiK'tl. uj>oii application I..
    I '..h")) IftvitrHtiCf. !. (MiTk to tho n
    Cveiy vole for the "drys"will help. savp ,tlie soldicis I I" V .I, 'I'.i .. t..i . '!,in.".I..II'i '."ii"t .' <'oiiiity < N>'uitnf i H..loncrs ftOH<*..nl.i

    at the f front. Economy in LandscapingThe I I I.mi.\ -. \\l II ill. ,.mil, I:.." 11,11., ". his ">'W''iI.'t|; :;;' :;;:: IIA nrrnnipHiil'. 1 lus iiiitlflod

    <'III.d In tin of $3.A5O
    ,, mum no.
    .J..I(
    .
    \\ L ii." I I' 'n -
    ;. I I'I .1'.1"'| t I ,' :,,11,01., \ It |1'.1,1| ", ...1.- P"II..I., '. In I : ,....t :tt u'ii I 'i 1"n I" .
    'I Royal i alm Nurseries are the I I .. I Ii ll, I..III III 'I| III) I Iii .lll\' ,, .ot,1 MI'.11'i of. thf 1I0llrrl of C'"lv "AiiitnN-? (
    ,.,7it largest of ornamentals inS "i i Ii I h, I I 111. .i s I II I I II I II. \ ii ".1 I Iii I..." HI.| UM }., .itid. a,"d, 'hid) ,nitmt, IM;* ....Ih.. t''t
    Have boy ."over there? Is he worth : growers r"'w""I.,1, I" John I ,
    you a I ____ I I II I I I.. nit __ .i r / the with < ,'ik tnI.hiI I 110..1( or ('.,"nlCo""I., .
    . ,
    State. a variety more complete I 'li" i ,,. i .Ii'" ,""' ii xlil.' ill--' .f tin I -
    .
    saving ? Then vote "dry. "' 1'I." i ,I. .l.iiIs or .t I"ti. Itt iHHiiniin . \0'1.,1..1.,
    Jr '.1 than any in the South. Any . '.1( \I"" i 11.I i -'' '' 'I. l riiii.i.i., ,luiii.i.. Sim' 11i.1 11",1, i r nsf''\1''a th,"> tldtht to t -
    I ,, .. ., .J..t t anor. nil !01.1.( !
    Ill : landscape effect can be produced ,1, I in q"1 .11"i ni t In imi' .1' t\\ 'uII -
    If you believe that the traffic in Alcohol does more I h.4 I s..i. \ II.I ll i I IM, Illl-l I I l.fullHI I ill 1.I'lltl IOHX) T.. 0VN'nt F: ttS4TI! {E; IT.
    with stock. Our free service ,. .. .. .
    a II. our I ( it I ''.I!_ n. ''lJJ-'HlM> ti| fi'liilillitu. *4"il ..c -I. ..r I .1) "", ,I.
    harm than good...-HELP STOP IT! I _ _ i department will make suggestions. ," .il .i in-.I In li I lit 11..1| In IIIM| ..u II,1 iti""Ii"." re ..f "se'oI.t 'ftU "Iy, 1..1..101,.
    .
    "If till' Illll, ,ll'ti.lllllpl\ .Illll, 1,1., cI l I III' $.,hi ( IIIIHIIII r,1-f.
    1 ,1 I I III., ..i "i'ii 111,1., . I III'H! 11,11.1' } ufll
    'qi 'L Beautiful Effects With l l-llh. llfllltMiSl ,. ItlI. .II. : .
    AtI 1..1. ''" \ ii s. ...IIC I : ti. 1-:, t.:( i i'liitC I.'ult I'l ... I.
    I. _..u"".. III u.illl, Illll. Will I.. tillllll BK
    ,
    T _, 1. Our Plans and Materials I Illlf. ",...cI l\ Slid( ll..f..Mll.llllH" U.%. ItlU..':.
    StreAgthenAmericaCampaign'This ( It. ,IH rilltllll. Ollllll-ll. tllllt, llll.H "il.'r!
    ii We have beauti I I Iii. niililNhi) niit-i-, ii tt .*..U 1"f"" ur .-..n- In, I 'vu.a I)' .1 ii.1.i&e''s 'if.rl. 1..ria. ('oua_
    produced notably HI.,.iitix( M i,i KM ,111 thi. K iKNlmiiH, i- \'nli h sisli. ..r "Florid. .
    landscape effects at the OaTiata ] t I.;.i/i'ti./ a lll>WSinHlp| ) |i.Iii.lIIi&.l. int'ai.I ,
    ( advertisement was prepared by Charles Slelzle and fur- Subdivision St. Petersburg the celebrated '.tiIit ..",(I Siiit.' I" r. lantc: .I "r..nr.t ":. K'b..a. _
    ; ( J.tliilniv. i.t'1 .
    TI III- Till ilit i. ... '.
    nished S. L. .r .r.
    us by Lupfer.) S Palmer Estates on Sarasota i H-II t ii I"I I'niiii. I J i I. n\ i iit-: <.Tii-iT.i i : :
    :-. il i i I '1. 11 I. ,i-in nit "i-iiui" i
    E Bay ; the Matheson and Deenng Estates ns ii isri.i.iH'K: , InIM In "telit" ((1 I''n fo all whom",

    _' -c -' at and for countless Killiliu, ( ,v St.) i.i, I 1"1'" '' i Mi 1 ,Iknil \ \\I 'unit' i-iiniiin; I lint 'in' the 14th ,day ofMIIV
    S''e. Mia/ni a .- '.. , ,, .\ H 1'ilxM ulll apply to thilion <
    D idi fin "' 1,1.11" ml lilts
    number of others. '1' M :Mm. pi,,'. .1.ludiciof mild' Court
    - -
    E 'e ju.I",1'' I'loliate. for final illNi .
    I HH riur
    \ IIKIII \ \ ( i:
    'iirtt'; ..s I Iv: < mot'H iif ,the? estate of
    :Mali..ml' t f.: i I'h..I.-, r..r. .1......"....d..mil ..
    ..,
    L I_ .::1 Our lllufttrilMl catalog Ifitf .( > 4)111)1'. V\ i : I. I'ruhlhll Ihi- .I. ',
    nw th it 'it Ilie Himitlin*' w will |Ir.-
    TAKE NOTICE F S nor than on. thousand vari0ti. of.rllamo..I. Nf.NMlii ,if mure ban It llnilled. sent mil,. fln.il( tu i t'iiiintH, an Kxeeutora: of
    1 l I ? and pthvr .Iu.... Send % iiiiuil ..f I "\lrnllnwr 1.I"r., liOne > ...nld i si.Hi ami. ink for their npproval.Inn. .
    for free cop)'. I'erMini ..I mi? line lime.UK I .1 :Xt.t. niiu., filh. .V l"> 14I7
    '
    r ; IT IJHI'\I-OI'I.' : : liUK i ,,111111' II uftin IlirrSON'V
    I lt\ ,.if KIMMIIIIMI., , , !-1", ,nl, .i ito r'UAHA. M ,
    I1UTSOV.Kxecutors..
    Everybody owning Automobiles, Trucks and Motorcycles and all Reasoner Bros., Royal Palm Nurseries ', tluli I' Th.it ll' sh.ill. ,I'.. uiiluuful,. M .
    fin unmil' within tin limits ,.f I Ih I xv n rnxxTonn

    Chauffeur are warned to pay the State License Tax for 1918 immediately I '- C 310 Besedkt AtcoueOaec Attorney for Kxi: i-utotw. l-tn-6m

    .. florida Bruise and SprainsHave .\ lull \..rtjTU'Tun'i! ,\"TltK

    the law will be enforced impartially.
    at '
    Sloan's Liniment handy In Court of county Judge", State .(
    .- -.5.. for bruaei! and sprains and all Klurlda

    Apply to Ernest Amos, 'Comptroller, _-_',_!'_ pains: and ache Quick relief 'a re lt: .te of (j. r... n. Taimaa.Ovcrola .

    follows its prompt application. C...t <
    y
    S Tallahassee, Florida. 1" .- . 'I No need .to rub. For rheumatic S
    ; aches neuralgia stiff muscles lame N tlce l I. hcul-t) Riven to all whomIt
    ,
    concern that on the 10th day of
    Remit by Express Postoffice Order or Cashier's Draft back lumbapo gout, strains, and April may A. l>. UIS. I shall apply to th.
    .. _________ _ _ _ _ relief. '"
    ,4-.e4 prains. it give quick Honorable T. M. Murphy, Judne of Bald "i':'
    NOTE.-Personal check not certified delay delivery. S ;easrou1. .u. .d bottle IS<:.. SOc.. $ ..00.Slo Court .. Judge of Probate for my I.. '
    _ final dlicharce a* Administratrix of "
    Application furnished by Tax Collector. or the Comptroller. the eittato at Qroritt B. Tatman. d.- vi, ::, '
    anLiniment ceased : and that at the same time twill
    present to said Court my Sinai *c-
    ': IMPORTANT-Give Engine Number and Model .. 1 counts at AdmnlUtratrlx of aald .a- '
    '- ; ; tate.l/ and ask for their ap o.al. I
    2-lf )r : ,bated October aara. .A. D. '17. ,'
    ,' .. JI.4 KILLS f'AIN Ax..IA T. MO RISON'.

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    EIGHT THE KISS1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY JANUARY 11, 1918. .

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    : ; I more A marriage oy lens 1 of around romance which Was that centers of SHOES

    J. f I Sergeant
    alias tilUatifth l'herKO| to II
    I (:alas E. E. Wells, Editor)1 (i iV.\ I'OWIIJl; of Company) H 24th .

    Infantry ii, m' :Saturday.:; \\liieb took place. lit/ <0< 0'dock., \ I, Our' large stock of New Shoes mall. the Latest Styles .!.

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    Request U made to all patron of the Valley Gazette to send items 'l'he'0rr0nlony) was performed. \ .

    *f Society Event N> .the Editor for publication in thete columi. .;. I )lir., W. 1 U.{ ''''.i I hl"I'IIIJl11 in' the nUte/ 1'iosliTteiian : and colors have arrived and are now on exhibition.
    jf.f. i parsoniupt pt'esr'necof i I '
    j, :t: ; sister, :Miss Rhea I I'heri-
    the\ bride's ;,
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    ...:-+-:-+<.....- #wFC'1"o{"+CirCN ""1fi+"'r 7""' ''''''\\i'''''.'''''t ,I//'f/ '), and 1 :Mi.". Margaret Davidjionli | 'at our store. We have for your approval: /OJ

    2.- 1' ,. + ,\ .' :?'lcluw'; lI in the daughter ,' .
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    -- + Mira. ,i I. I I. ITOriKoand) III l not
    ) )II','IL\I" 8(1'1'.11.GItE,1'fL1' : :Mr." Jinl '
    WINTEU't ITons() \
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    ITEM! RKCICI'TION; ; 1NJIYI:1I::'; : .onl.v a '\ci.v' charming girl! but onef( ShoesFor
    I .) + + . . + 1 ( 'Isceo'a's' most efficient school Jeach-( Queen Quality Shoe Florsheim
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    She] will II'I.lvllondllY; for liassvil 1 I II .
    The reception given to wInter visitors j ;MUs'.Jew. r.y.wta Ilopkin1-. soloist to i irs I II
    at the )Hurt :Memorial 1 I building I land Mifi.-t I i Kulah Render, juaiust) I ivnIer'd I >, her where school" she term i is teaching, to.com- I II For. Womem Men.
    Tuesday night, \\11" ono of the! juont | < a musical program I that I WitH i plate, '
    entertaining loC the scasdn und wall I I both symmetrical and artistic! Pi' "| '
    before, I j join, his c'mipany. lit, Camp Whveler.MIRltlEI 5.00 to $10.00 .' <$7.00 to 10.00. ..
    attended "by more than IIt'V.'nl y. evening an appreciative Audience _

    guests 'I tif muf'*' 'lovero\ that crowded the : ) IN:' KISSI.MMEEOrlando : I 1. .
    Miss Elizabeth Aulman) < rhalrmmi spacious' H. ,(;'. ,:Stanford; ! home tu, its : SHOES' ,

    of the social committee, received lhavisitors ( Utmost capacity., 1 wan'nnich-surprised at the Educator Shoes for, ChildrenDOUGLASS.
    with true southern hospitul- I I :Miss Hopkins iry i spending, II wl-.l| "
    which took
    and the feeling of strangenesswith earned vacation in Florida this "winjt" nrwso1' a doulle'l'cl Sty ,, :: to $
    place in J Kisftimnvce< ': Thursday, for all $2.50 to 4.00 1
    the' win-
    which imany entered soon gave j rr-and is prominent among well '
    C way to geniality in the '"homey" atmosphere . ter residents of this c'iiy. Khe-pos- the (contracting. parties ure ..
    known here. Mr. and Mrs. John al:: .
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    of the pretty. rent room. sest-es, a' fine (contralto voice, thoughit
    After tt period' of introductions, and was noticeable) that she1 had, 'an unusually Kissimmee I.ee are leaders and of their the ;";s6ciul daughters set in ""- Full line of Lower Priced Shoes ,for Men, Women and Children.

    i informal (conversation. Mrs .J. L..OVrstreet wide range for even u voice r
    was Introduced us the hostessof I jtakijig!( thin part., and that she sangthe Misses Ethyl: and Mildred Lee, were r
    the evening. Mrs, Overstrcct( had high .notes with the same exquisite reilninhell/(
    the .- BweetnesB that. characterized. the an event of unusual interest. The H. Co.
    arranged following amusing} I program :
    Loehinvprs.who'stole such
    lower .. _. two young .C.Stanford :
    : ,tones. ..: : ...' ..'_.. their friends at this ,
    Readying, ""The New )Deacon,". Miss Mius Ilopkins.has had 1 1 ai 'very careful a"'hlal'I'h.uflon ; .
    Cornelia Lancaster. musical educationand( l has spent doubla'\ wedlinIII'e, /( Mr.. Erncht Roy j' rY

    Reading, "I I Love My Huddle, ," lit- years in the study of her chosen proft"sion I St rbird, whowon the fair Ethyl; isl.w'l'll .
    known here being, the of 1
    tle Alta Ruth Overstreet. I <- Jlt-r singing I : has been principally owner .
    Florida, :Motor Car Co Mr. Walter
    the
    Reading, "Her Answers, ," Miss Al- In Chicago, where she haw -.
    Westfall. taken in recital, oratorio and.. 1 Coble, whoso bride, iMiss, : Milrdred After the release\ of the shoe, chil- i lo\vs read. every line' 'or> it. !Don't ': than $:lItI., six ; $3000() but less than '
    pha Song, "The American Man," by, I concert part woi'k.,' I." : l/ee I is one of Orlando'B society alien all Mother: Cooscland; rejoices.! think we are getti'lfhomellick' already I $.-.(lno eighteen; over $5000() )(I. three . <

    three little! -girls.] For twelve consecutive .she men, and<1 isi ('Ql1Iw.t..1'il h I the Sligh i The fairies conic ..out and. dance:: and foi we are not but still i Ih"I'.l' iw' I Four months\ :arro; I there, were 700
    Reading, Irene Injram.t sang in Jewish Synagogue years and l was' 1 packing holist l >:- The Mouble Wedding I Tommy who ban been a lhl titled spectator a fueling deep do'Att/ In5 sale! > paui 1 officers.. and employees f lit, National .

    t :Song, "I 1 I'on't' Wont, -to 1'lay InYontnrd'r also a vocalist! in churches (if pinles-[ i eri'iiioiiy was i perfor'iu-d, by I Dr.I Sibert i. of a.11 theRe occuiieiices;., reluctantly .here I that makes uv want' to see ionle'l l H0! dnu.i!'I tcis.theti'Ant that date
    Red:
    of Kl.\C sinimce. I I of can
    EleannPvi'rMlr'Gor/ ( tnnt denominations. '.. :" leturns\ toearth.,( foliis at home. i the nii'miierslnp l
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    -:1'" utr. <. 'At.,tii-l! U-WlCJJL.11l'S: : '''''I '"..,.'.1'1".., ::.....>">.41IJ.l.IlJ( I. ) 111'i e.m,. -r--I .-tnofol,- .-t I .:\l dcrll. tbtltsi.yrp.tc-1: \ .!Is...Cvr' i'hllift :) ..1 "" '.kAIU.KOWOE: l: > :, '( 'riiss hti* I bein, t Il I nalI I and the numbi .. ,
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    M'- Canada I will lelinn to OrUindti'Wj J\Jt'\ : ..tat "' \\ ( flr : \" !I'l lmI.IlIi: *" "" ( .
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    A. Chisholm Toronto, I j high School and )js 1VUI."t; 'of :Mist.Stanford. . Y I about wee1 and will make tlliw their j hssFlavor
    a ( hr'n .
    who was in the city on n vacation. She is "now diuvtor' of aJl1, once. I 11001'11- mp.vc.
    was asked to make an addnwi nnd responded ;\\\1 u Southern I'Vmale/'olld'-'ge\ I.u- lot ui'" home Orlando\ ex'lends :This will appe.ji': it ti> with an intofoKting. iniprom- Jrange, (leorgia.1'oth I good, wishc'.s.to. the happy; couples' and I II j I Pi-May, ; Jaii. 18.! > 'I I ,
    'their welcome here is. .Iln'III"I'U"" L'ntrammeled. j't'l;; ; ..
    :tu talk of his work a* purchasing : musicians j re rwrl) artl'stv andso ; .J .. ._' or creed!, tar
    a'gent; for the V. M. ('. A, of his 't thoroughly did i l they delight the I'.11 Ied.- -Orlundo" .1 Iteportt'i'-Star.: 'I ST. JOHN'S( KIM: >CO!''1\\ ., (;Ull'KUlt 'I piy; 'tjte hundred/ ways of int""I'II'li\1" ,
    I ,'the spiritual l li1"1 Witliain llnuith, UH.hi ,:I Purity
    country. iudii'iH'e that iiiK ,
    uiU'oreii 1 were( |"tant t + + : :
    The strangers. )\'t'R'nl were all jisktd (1t't'ot'* $:il t was received from" I loTIII -TI'\lImS: ) CU'll 1 M ntrnt: C'tU < ::' ''- kjrk1 i :, WHlriannjVerMtry, is l reoogniKed( I at ,I Economy
    to register before leaving the -,..t'"tnonL : this evening, Ihejujm tn bo I diyi ( ("(|njily h1'I'l'IIh"\ ( Red CIHIHS and\ I I lit "<, anti monthly im-eting willw\ 11 a. mIorrir.g: : ; 'iM[ I"\A Jlr.jl, uci- J >t ) --.:...:..--..... the "t'. W. d'. A. war fund. :i ]1".11 at' :Mrs S. I.'I l.upfer's! home Fri-1( '!tressby Ir. l 1'.: A Hand{H.l'.''nm. Subject : I of/ the ilofif./, '
    : t- .- . + Aft "r tin- 1 program an tnformaJ ro> da> ul :', i.'<'Jod( I p. r u..l an. IS. :Memj j' ,' "The Horrn'Ainu, ( ,V .'.1, 1." ." I The :Sulvatimi: .Am; could/ not be it I ,
    wo I.\-'s:'; CI.I'H KMSIOSlKiK l bi-i+ their friends and, ofidfse . fact today 11111.'.', it were bit..ud on ali
    ceplion) 1 wits IH'J.I1:1"1' : I the! guests u in.iv bring: 7;::10 p. in., K iMi.r.'j:: .11 a'vlsei .
    ( Sl'M; 1 KOU( It. C. I Knittiiur. Tho I \';ng, i tl ru. :Some 'n'ojde' must lie
    choir programu : ] 't Isis.- (
    dart |prai'srntd" | ( \ til :.Mls lIoplj"| HlllI inon, slabjeI ls' 's : : : ,
    .4.------ + I .reni'Vied old friend,hap. v. nil I I a M'ss ill Io! .tloni'\ war ,relief nu'aSUres.SI"real i their }Ji i'ulit toK.C , : iirhtonpil' into the t'hriftian llf'otne >' ; I : CII'
    The KissimmeeVomnn's 'lub enjoyed !I Render ::) "reports will' be presented! bv' ]1 : ;, _ i 1 1\11,1' b.' gully b'dnine; : m.it. ....
    .' an innovation tt Ice regular. I. / '! M 1"',d.mr.I'\ Makinson.: IIV.. :, SUNDAY.( FEB. 3. TOURIST PA'Y I...... I'stlu-lii'ully' .illujfl. ; sung. must beirnml.x -<- ..... ..- .... .-:.
    meeting Tuesday afternoon ul\ Hart 'F 4 \11111'I.I I... I.upfer" and ..AIis'< Kmin : | cornn'uindfd. lint: the'piioi." "' ;.
    <<. Memoiia) building! by giving n pal/lie cKi.ii5i\Tis: : \ ii.rm: : / .i Lowell. Sam I I.. I.upfer. Jr., will'I AT METHODIST CHURCH ''the riVngh, the uneihiciited/ ', the hoin-
    Red Cross tea. :Mi\ '. !.Minnie :Moore iiiuriii\ i give; u talk on y. M. C. A. work. I I ]k>.s, the hobo and the "I'iII1111111-lhl's Notice particularly how much

    fl Wills,,"; president" of the club, presided + -, .-1 .- + The Mothers-Teachers: club holds Rev. .I I. 11 1 Stl-rt., I-II.r| of the ; hud long )been gIves( i'p, as the most i less you! use dif Cottolcne than of ,
    while a short musical program was :\ i.rrI'IK' Ingram eelehraled'hertwelfth I its meetings/ : on ( Friday of I :Methodi.st church annoitruvd( Sunday I difficult to reach and to!, influence by other) shortening Scc-liow' easily
    \ d .J U .. A ."I I' ;.. ..1".1, progcIAnlS night that Sur.civKel'i' \. 'j,, would be I iTK'thbdn the '
    lit bearing of
    ran ercS'S I /** ** iu |"* j vn birthday 'l'hunda.wllh I a ciu-1)) IIItrlll h. The will pertain stamp ( II"nlionlll I blends with the flour.
    brilliant numbers \ I ""Tourist !Hay" ,r tht,' ch'_ n'h. The i These Cottolenc ) .
    two piano :t'Water pretty party at her. hump "on Mabbette' to topics of current interest and! ; t \ ( "l''spectubility. are
    Sprite". and "The Fauns) ," both by !street l.nl'rtllininljllrly/: ; thirty of ''to (ineusuieH of our national government evening: service! 'vill bo .turned over : the kind l that ha v'(\becn taken by. the i Notice );\'hile baking with Cotto- .

    Chaminade. :Miss Helen llass sang .'irr) friends.! The guests: t made n1trn'! ,I hvnpo will lequire 1 lu'cessarilynpplication entirely' to Mho visitois t'> \ba, conducted nape of theheck and hured into the lens, the appetising:; odor that comt.'S'
    Galloway's: "Oh Heart of :).line': with 'with llnWK| and Wel'eM( ," 'rred with i ice to atudy lutd will IM iris as they e(. fit. t'be y oi'e i .expected I kingdom of heaven. I from the oven. Taste the fine ',
    I Miss .Ella Mae Gilbert as. accompanist. (ream (cokes l'ukIII1fI\ popcorn and formative! in their interest. to !ill the choir, tal.o; up collection! and( Hence Jene'ral: Ilaoth. Hence the j flavor of f 'the finished product.

    I I f peanut candy. Tin big/( birthday, cake I i, The I'ebruaiy program probably] I do will: undertake any can be' found n-e'elll\il\ >' of the military organization. -
    .I; The reception" (committee 'were with its candles centered the dining I will deal with. the legal slattf!! ,* of who the job. ,. I )Hence) the cympale] and the I You will like, the crispness and

    placed in charge and! Mrs. A. W. Bai table.] When this was cut, Virginia i II Florida. I drums, the cries and the .80nlo:x appealing rkhflcss of these home-made tons:

    "-, ,oy. Mrs. D. W. Alderman and :Mrs. Lesley received tlvo) dirty' I,;'ila :'III"- i Combined with the program will betontinllously ("\TIIOI.II' (OiCnCIIRt to .the sll'onj'er.Itcnsli.. Those
    M.I Katz presided at an attractive tea Cranie the ling! and Vivian Fiord l the I Red Cross woik. W. U -.oId" n, Hector. I at whom the churches looked askance1 RECIPE ri
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    I\ table and nerved tea and wafers. thimble 'I All meetings will be held at :Mrs First Sunday 'm I tor, [Epiphany.: | or with pity, General Booth adopted i "

    Mrs. L. H. Ingram and 11Irs.Vi<-h- At the party ;were Clara Tucker, S. L. Lupfer's) home. ;MasH at y ocloilt I folioeii> by coijKiefrational )- as children. j Tarts
    tendahl conducted; a gi'ocery sale the Patsy Celeste .J. Cor. Sec No wonder the Salvation Army has |,
    Leila Fripp, ,
    Makinson" :McCranie, Virginia pram) with Holy Com- 13} MIl"lollr/ Ji Cottolen
    donated by patriotic spread into 54 countries that :it has cup
    goods'being and ( i order, of (President, ;
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    it'raldineL..I.y. Elizabeth: i munion'' and betii'dictiof of most *
    j ; salt ]Ice water
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    merchants and business men of the I'aikt-r, Helen Winn, Elizabeth 1 andlarJ81'et Mrs: J. E.;; ..Lupfer.I 'blessed sacrament. 8.,5S; posts, In,19t1 olfii'ers and 211,8013'!' .f teaspoon l baking pondcii, J
    city. Nearly fifty dollars were raised! I I musicians distributed around then teaspoon.
    Waring, Eleanor Over- Sunday school I imt.ujdi-.tely after
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    for the local l Red Cross treasury, 'street Evelyn: '} Iam. Johnnie Rron-I MODERN MOTHER GOOSE, : divine service. world. i Sift together flour; baking powder t i iaalt.
    The Salvation Army has been the Chop in chilled Cottolcne (.reerving -
    r' Bon, Evelyn Taulk! :Margaret I
    + Lesley,
    +". i'1LESRYTERIIN SOCiAl ('. j GenevaiKoberspn,< of. Floyd IaVinn .' h'' 'dventur o 'th[ hildre 'LETTER FRO E RLE' COWCER'k ivjli7.ation.tliiMany enough ice water lo form Oft> dough.
    ('I rlHu 'ilt M\ii hod u ' I Roll out in thin sheet, spreading with, re- '
    t a i m yhtpro' '
    The adieu of h1''e' 1 reran {'ow )e fa nl uh I odori'11 ) t onl IU I a ho ,
    a : 'VI.n\. "' "' sFi'frrll <,"olene,: Roll like jelly! roll anJ .' '
    eI maininIfC
    "" nigh willJ Jtav 11, orlll ur; the liar' J { te' II I ha am' ) 'o h h III' lOW h .1 "
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    , WIll htand l on end, press down ,1.1, I'
    ." '" "i"! l\1 morI811ol1'Thusda( e sang r+n c e len Timm h' io if IJ h tun n i, h.nl", and -tall-thin. Cut 'as fur'" nt'I"'! ,
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    .4 uan"1H, t"1JO: ro"aloe 'I'hWllh' pr r 1 e tl Id itr UI"UI: ,
    d |irill| ,'ilhjelly or dcMicJhllingjlf :;<
    j' otake ayo C'dl3TOTd'jectedTH ti li any ; ||
    id All friends are cordially invitedstrangers (Intl : n "I1Ulil IeI' ( nrliidapresents. v I ht" rl'W) $P'f.. I v o P ha eY hW&m'c' .
    u 'e 1
    will be ( especially welcome.' I hint to a place in fairyland from soldier ed d the C; beeom > th > tead of the thisnd's
    1: boya, a prim Ir a- ( : corner:
    A silver offering will ho taken ---- i which 'into :Moth Goose's Cottolene
    -- i he can see
    I1-! + zettc, and wonder a yo,, u 'juld( I'll" I Ii doing ind it nmurvi
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    (' \ :\II'II'HTY:'; } realm. to hinr from thi- fill, h .1", wellThere Ml- .iM nil I e\ a'- \
    ladies' of the KisKimniee Red I
    the house of tlv Old
    i i I'onni'1.er] Ki Jht Natural ShortutunfAt
    thui !
    + / are l ol u. mninuc{ -
    Cross will hold a cooked food ale at +" Woman who lived in a shoe He roes I ,,, YMC: I '
    the Central Drug) Store tomorrow afternoon A !party of happy) campei" ; .tlll'I1., |ha'v. her.'funy, f' >, .1! .)Id,r !tfartlcv' R. C. AND A. PROVIDEJIECREATION. grocers in tins
    the ihililid'ii bed' the toof .
    to to
    ( : go in mini l \V [IIUM-, 'I. huge .U-l.I
    myself '
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    ed unlay from I < < > of convenient sizes
    January 12, beginning at :'i an outing on theshores HUTS
    I o'clock. of Tohopeluiliga :at Fl' llr'.-. the shoe." .\not her" f.uij (Inks: and I III"I\ !I,,'l''f'"I( l .', nil"II.!.'! a..j getting ,
    ( 'eve where' till'had been since' i wakes tlu'iii and they leal[ out und along' line.! 1''r }lav ;JK.-I"" Kottrnout 1 __ '
    ... 'l'1I1..dIlY."ohel1 ','i I meet\ :Mother Goose; in; the moonlight. of ''iiuafantK'w. wht-i'h x\e were, all Avraiii'enienis! for thorough co-op 0-
    + interrogated .
    -+ ( as to et'atn0n'betwa'en the Red: Cross! and l
    \M.\TKIt: ItlCSIDKNTS I : (:;IVK: I I whether: it hadn't been cold'!, they ''.Then follow-V lilt' wonderful flight of held and\ vacciiiutt'ti! anti't(.',I, the} typhoid ' the Y. :M. C. A., in the equipment| :and I Ii Iif
    !'the
    J'R4:1"I'UEI ) CKOSS(): TEA I. were" umiiumou.s.( in snyil1J,1:'; too l' huge goose through, the clouds! inoculatior.Lust .. i> management of Array: iiospiti.l I ivcreatifii I' >\n' .vr is 1Il' 'mm' 'KQuality -
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    + -- + eOl(1'; we never r had"a bettei time in''I| \\ it hIlII' !shoe ihilcjrcn nn his barkTh :Monday, 'which v. our last' hill'" have hula completed'thwugh '
    -- One (: of the hca.son was the Red Cross tea They left in the "Coot" and, tin', 1 m the Moon harden of ;Mistressi mand( (.,' matched n uAcc.\ :01' town. jar, Janii's II Perkins, for the! Am'i- or ,,
    at the Halt ;Memorial building: Friday "tot"I'ednesday morning/ early with lIMa i : ry Quite ( 'oltary.but. they have We lint wont to I the /1\'II.II'n:( "Ialloll'( lean lied: ( ID-S and 1 C. C. Carter for ,
    t afternoon given by :Mi's., Harry provisions for three days. 'These, too good a lime and stay too. late. and then all around ton and out to i the Y.J.:\ ( ', ;A. UI't.till'! ) agreement \ many. a firm \tiiiariinliu'. its :
    -Meetch and Mrs. A. M.\ Frain two of were supplemented l by birds they A terrible giant lives near. An old the: "regular navy" yatd and back hereto the Red, Cross provides anal /goods .lo. be "us represented"! our

    Kissimmou's most popular winter res shot. witch tells him about' the childrn arid; the. \truiniiiK station. There were, I equip the ";,Ul.*," and in ejuh "hilt"a gixuls. are Kuiiriuiteed I 'it! () (ilVKSATISI (

    idents. I In I the 'party were Misses Violet L he captures' them at night. The children several interttstin thing> we saw at Y. :M. C. A. representative! with : :; 1:,VCTION.( 1I :';
    .. The hostesses were charming i in Bullock, Margaret and :Mattie Stan are, imprisoned) in the /giant's the. aviation station and ut. the navy his st.ntl, vii) conduct the regular association -1, ,t, .;
    dainty( net gowns with' lace trim ford Norma Griffin, Carolyn Fripp, dungeon and the witch puts the pot yard, but we are not allowed) writeor activities. A Red Crosse t I Quits'{ \ JI I Difference, when I

    mings.! : They received their guests ''lizubeth J dbetter, Cl..ribel :Me. oi) to boil., tell anyone about then stuff will also conduct its own rcgi'larj! .., conic
    quite informally, and nerved hot chocolate (Ghee Messrs (Dick end Ned Hullo Old King Cole, ruler of Gooseland; ] We surely: are fed well hele.Ve activities. and Red Cross workers' will I II you In think it user

    and\ delicious) cakes from an attractive Roy Cart', Bert Wells. Gerald Rivers, and Captain Jinks of the Horse :Marines all march into the mess hall and sit I I )Have! charge/ of such part of tbs recreation 'I I The lowest-priced gobd'" and the
    ; tea table., One hundred and Ted Kstey: and Edgar Bryan. Mrs, lead the Gooseland Army to at tlll.e8-tt'n) to a tah)2,-and hil\'"| WPI k'' as is carried on in the inferior goods be "n
    (twenty-five w during 9 the W. J. Fripp, ;Misses I.ucy Wither-- )'e!>\'Ue the shpe childien. The giilnfrushes : negro waiters -to bring( on the ('hoIwl'ylhinll \\'. vvar.djj: of the hospitals with which the nmy! represented"
    afternoon and contributed : is well cooked and l plentyof I I )but. the quality is.. not
    more than spoon and F.nna Hotham chaperones, I out but is overpowered" and "huts" arc" directly connected.The .
    fwc-nty dollars to the Red Croat! fund. the young people. dragged to King/ (',,]e'R palace. it. On Christmas we had turkey) Y. :M. C. A. plans follow! those there. They are cheap in price
    -, with all the trimmings. and on :-';ewYeal"s association in the I f
    undertaken by the and iheiip in quality, fur One ,cannot
    they us chicken. The only
    gave British hospitals, where the boredom I
    get something for nothing.
    ) thipK we are hot given all we want of convalescence' his been lightenedby )
    of is pie and cake, of which 'wc all (get readil <*, games- moving pictures, Tlubest 1 goods! are al.. a>'" cheap'ht -
    e - -- one at a meal and only about in the end, and people
    .. .. piece cpmeits and the like. Likewise the once get
    t twice a week. I Red'Cross workersyill furnish ctitortairment the habit of buying! ICSH but bettergomls. !
    Toney" and I have been detailed a- ,
    for the patients and write
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    they .il'Mill\ learn that
    hujlci and arc excused from all letters. for the soldiers in the hospitalwards. .
    .r WHy. drills and guard duty.Ve spend great lesson in .saving I the \best. is
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    THE REASON most of the time practicing the calls 11 the cheapest: in the end.

    and trying to learn them. There are I LATEST SALARY STATEMENT I A quality medicine: made by a
    who
    three of us, out of the fellows
    i' came, at the same time we did, who FOR RED CROSS EMPLOYEESThe skilled pharmacist from tested

    I drugs, may cost more, but. it may

    k reveille::!!) \ War Council has made public u save your hfi -while a cheaply c

    .wi the majority of our dpO; <''lo-1 s selected tins Bank in which to transact colors at 8:00: a. mj; evening colorsat summary of salaries paid at National made medicine, at a low price, and
    \ 4:15: : p. m., and tattoo and tips at Headquaiters rs of November 1.
    Iheir financial affairs was because they found here alert, efficient \ 9:00: p. Ill. We have to play only On thalt dute there weie12.: .') pt.id made by one who has. no trainingin
    reduction of f;3 in the pharmacyvoik, be
    when our companies are on duty and employees, a may Plot

    I officials and employees 11m 8 and ready to serge them in "'the most one of us has to stay at headquartersall I month of October. There are now SSvolunteeis able to save your life. WJlaO i ,
    day, so in case they want anything ; ] ,at National: Headquarters your choice .
    capable and satisfactory manner .' special sounded! one bugler will be who devote their entire time to Red "1.'r' ...
    Your .
    ti1.If! : there. Of course we are not expert Cross work without remunernton.I : druggists

    yet but the comandant! complimented | The salaries paid were classified as CORNER DRUG STORE
    !'r It is also the reason why it is the .RIGHT place for you to carry us this morning on the way we sounded follows :
    It morning colors, so. I guess we are Under $M>0, eighty-five; $000. but M. S. :MAY Mgr.
    t 2 your account. Whether it is )large or small it will receive the same learning some. |Mess than $1000. 182; $1000 but less' Cor. Broadway and I'OHsiel I Ave.
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    a We are all treated as good as can than $1500, eighty-six; $1500 but less Kissimmee, Fla. -
    $ S careful attention. be and the officers in charge do ev- than $2000: thirty-three; $2000 but

    . 4s I II eryttingthey) can to help us and I less than $2500, ten, $2500 but less

    I ', make us comfortable. Of course the
    ; drilling and squad duty is hard, as -
    most of us are not used to It, but
    t CITIZENS BANK :; we all have to do our share, and to CARPENTERS WANTED !

    ."" 1111r fNl CI/CI what we do here will count either for .j ,,

    or against us when we try for our. Only First Class Union Mechanics need apply. .:'
    OF KISSIMMEE ratings.

    Well, I guess that I have written Arnold & MacDonough Contractors > A'I"
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    I enough for this time, so I will stop /'
    { r -now. I am surely glad to get the Oltlacn Bank Bid*.. Klaslmme.Fla. ;

    r ' . Gazette every week and we three fel- ,,+ as

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