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 18, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00838
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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. ,KISSIMMEE GETS 1919 ,,, Second Annual Meeting PROMISE FIRST LOCAL 'BOARD





" MEETING OF FLORIDA I Osceola,. County Fair .AID, TO .SPUDGROWERS CLASS. IF lEDREGiStRANTS




STOCK ASSOCIATION County Fair will open its gates t to. the '
: OSCEOLA
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public on February 19th and :"-will .remain .

open to and including the 23rd.

ST. AUGUSTINE ENTERED RACE Send an invitation, to all'yo"r' folks. Invite your friends. Make ,a RAILROAD, ADMINISTRATION HAS THOSE WHO FAIL TO RETURN

aw FOR MEETING-BEAtEN FIRST FRIENDSHIP LODGE NO. 10 ..real home-coming occasion of this second, fair exhibit. They will\ PROMISED SPEEDIEST POSSIBLE ( QUESTIONNAIRES: MAKE,

. : LAP-KISSIMMEE MAN ELECTED K. OF P. INSTALL OFFICERS be surprised at live advancement this, county has made, since they' DELIVERY OF POTATO SATISFACTORY EXPLANATION11:

SEED KISSIMMEE: IS OK BE CLASSED DESERT'.
CLASSED AS
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serve here before. I :
SECOND VICE-100 MEMBERS The officers who Friendship were

PROMISED. Lodge No. 10 Knights of Pythias forth Come.yourself. Plan your business now that nothing will interfere WITH HASTINGS AND SANFORD' ERS.
.I : ensuing year were instaled at the I _,
, regular meeting at their' hall in the with your attendance on 'every day and e\ ning. too, for' that I 1
< j ''Washington D.O.' Jan. ll Efforts The local lio ard of Osceola
Kissimmee has been- s2lectcd'asthe Fraternity building. The ceremoniestook :; ; > county
.matter. have ben ;glade! by members of has completed its task of mailing the
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r meeting place for the next annual 1 \ place Wednesday, night, Jan. 9, '
with Deputy G. C. Roma Thomas in Every exhibit that was here last year will be bigger and better this year. I the Florida delegation in congressand questionnaires to' the registrants of
Live Stock
Florida
of
convention the
. by W, G. Urorein, president of the county. 'The last of the batch
t charge of instating the following: will be the the fair
Opening day ( I
Association. Thin l actionwas. taken Carson Farmer C. C. you surprised at aggregation manage'ment the-Tampa board of trade through the' was mailed out Wednesday afternoonof

", .at the sixth annual moc'ingof the W. J. Steed V.,C. has collected (rom the great diversity of home industries. railroad administration offices and last week, and those registrants

association' just closed Jacksonville, V. R. Ellis, M. of A.. Lend yourself the admission price if you are conserving and feel youcan't the federal' food administration, to secure :,, whOhave not yet received one should
I the release of Irish be. begin to make inquiries to1 the
potatoes as
rea-
the exact date was left to the S. K. Gardner M. of W.
though J. M. Gardner, PrelateW. afford it, and be there on this opening day.} ing shipped into Florida for seed, and son it failed to show up. Only seven ,

Executive: committee. St. Augustine S. Graham, .L G. Anyone can 'helr make this fair known,'throughout the length and II which have been tied up on thc rails I days are allowed to complete the
/put up a good fight for the honor of .J. 1 H.M.iddittG.. somewhere between. Washington and, uestionnnl! e ....wyt.:1.ur.n..J.: ; ..J.b.a, .... , .
.. entertaining Florida' .stock men in .... ;J "1)rJeti'ords,4MYt1FiJ'? ofA" :i'<'''' r' : ,ititt $.r.t.t
1 9V! b..tn.u'' etttttingf ltpa ftlilv"itily -C7L7 Handy M. of I..x': pened.: .In fact, eryone Who has the welfare of !the county ,at The railroad administration! has elapsed those registrants who have 'I
; ;"-'" i on:'riven by ,"P-ut" John.on Kissim- J. R,'Gilbert, K. of R. &' S. heart should in I given the Florida representatives assurance not received a questionnaire and have
mee's silver Lounged' attorney, and so co-operate every way possible' i that every possible effort made no effort to secure one from the
persuasive were arguments of C. A: will be made to expedite the delivery local board will be classed as deserters ,
'arson, jr., one of our moot substantial APOPKA HIT BY STORM CO'U'NTY exhibits are always oT great local interest. i of the seed potatoes in Florida as it 1 I and will have a hard time ex,
stockmen, that St. Augustine Every farmer knows he has specimens of lis recognized by'the federal. authori- I plaining to Uncle Sam just how it

gave up the race at ,the close of the the ties in charge of the food conserva- :, happened.Following.
the best poultry
crops the finest stock and best on his place.It Is the classification of
first lap. The tion efforts that the production of,;
which visited the
storm
Kissimmee is the logical point for ka section Friday night and destroyed Apop- is hjs patriotic duly lo show these successes. It will have a Irish potatoes in such well-recognized registrants up until yesterday at 4

this mooting anyway. It is the home property in that city to the estimated direct influence on his neighbor and ,him to plant growing sections as Hastings, Sanford p. m.:
'. of many 'of the wealthiest and best encourage more and Kissimmee must be given Class I-A. Single Man Without Dependent .
section. It amount of $125,000, is said to be un- H and raise stock. When Relative.
known stockmen in this crop. more everybody is growing food I the every encouragement.
of the most pm a lolled in in the memory of the Lester Ernest Alford Drew Morris
is surrounded !
by some ,
Government will no't be obliged much The' Florida representatives also
about
oldert resident to say so conserva-
(, extensive and un-to-date cattle ranch I Alvcy General James Armstrong
took with the railroad board the
While of the business sectionof up
much
r. in all Florid and shipping tion. Ashton Geo. B. Baisden
t es as a Rudolph ,
\ question of the declared
the city was!' literally wiped out, lifting embargo
point it has become familiar to buyers James Baker Donovan Barber Jim
Only a slacker will stand back and do nothing but criticize when against Florida fruits and ,
Kissimmee has been famous in and several residences demolished, no an I veg Everett Barber William Claudius
the past as an entertainer of State liven were lost. Mrs. Roy White and occasion of this nature presents itself and the county is goingon etables. The statement was made by Barber, Walter Lesley Barclay Clar-
doubt the Mr*. W. R. Beecher are reported to Secretary McAdoo's personal representative
oiganization and without I i Millard {
ence Barker Dupont Guerry
record as to jut what' is being done here and this record is that conditions im
.'.. annual meeting of the stockmen will have, suffered the most serious. in- were Bass, Leon Battle, Frank Brice Nash.
> l I.e no exception to the rule. juries. being viewed by hundreds of visitors from other states. proving, the freight, jam was being Oscar Bronson Henry Brown, Joe
from Jacksonv'lle: the The business men of Apopka are disentangled and that in the near future -
Reports say Brown Marion Hardin Chandler Edison
'1 Kissimmee delelation'promise! the not discouraged and are planning to Undoubtedly every day .of the fair will present a program of special it was hoped that the embargo Raymond\ Cornell John Orville,

association one hundred Members at i rebuild their' pitv. interest. could be lifted. lie said that Secre- Cowger Andrew Cromartie Lewis
the 1919 meeting. This promise can The list; built'ings destroyed by tary McAdoo realizes the important, Homer Cromartie Arthur Owen
Nothing will be omitted that 'should be there. ,
of releasing Florida fruits and
be substantiated and there is little the storm arc: vegetables Crosby Harry G. Williams, Henry
doubt that every citizen who has. the I Tonsilni."> I.n'iber! Company; The same committee that made a complete success of the poultry which are now in demand in all Washington John Malchiah Butler
welfare of the city at heart will I "ritboutvl' Air )Line consuming centers and that he is
cones depot.
Arthur Earst
Howard Robert Randall
exhibit last year will be in charge and it without the
goes saying doing all he can to have the freight
forward at the meeting! to assist! in Public school building. Evans, Thomas Everson Ira Ferguson .
giving the "glad hand" to the visitors Waite's drug; store. show will be worth visiting. congestion broken up. Cortland Frank Flake, Ernest;
S who represent an industry, second! to Apopka Publishing Co. It was explained that the 'cold snap .
I You remember what an attraction Johnnie Jones" Midway was last Gray Ford, Manuel Gaddis, William
had this work back
set
in to this White somewhat:
none importance section. Residences of Roy and W. Goldston, Olen Gore, Reuben Green
Officials who will serve the association R. Beecher. year? Well that ,show or one just as good will entertain!! you. this but assurance was given that if Bennie Hanscll! Edward Jackson
during the ensuing year are: Mobley's general store. and no more unusually severe weather
February of Ethel
plenty music, good music, too. llansell. Everette Hansell, Fred
Dr. W. F. Blackman of Lake Mon- Jones' restaurant. II|| hampers the embargo should be lifted Drown Harvey Hubert Emory Hoilenbeck -
roe, was unanimously re-elected president Apopka' Drug Co.Eldredge's next 'week. That the embargo is in
attractions wonderfully reflect the development of Daniel Boice Howard Eugene
.a the interests of the .
of the Florida Live Stock Association warehouse.Witherington FAIR growers and shippers
Howard Milton Alonzo
at the close of ,the meeting .& Co.'s 'packing I community. The school exhibit for instance will was explained by the federal au- 1 William Ide, ,Robert Lafayette Hughey, Ivey,, d
yesterday in Jacksonville. Other offi- house. tell whole' I thorities. They said it was useless |
in itself. The
: a story processional on Friday School,. Thomas Jackson Ivey, Johnson.
: to ship the and have
elected Mrs Potter I'alm- perishable goods
cers were: Wan Little Felt Here.
-f vr honorary president; Z. C. '(,hamb.lill8 The storm struck this section lightly Day, when nearly fourteen hundred children march through the them tied up on sidings where they James,, Joshua Henry Cooper Jane, Johns Manuel Lacy Jennings 1

Ocala, first vice president; Pat and further than dislocating! the main entrance to stirring music, by the band will be a sight worth would either freeze or rot. Just\ as 'Earl,Johnson Romia Johnson Charles
.Johnston, Kissimmee, second vice- light wires and the in .. soon ad the freight tie-up can 'be disentangled
putting city
1 Kennon, Embry La Martin Earl LaMack" .
u president; Z. C. Herlong, Micanopy darkness for a .few hours. ''wasD f little V going.... ,'to. !see.u, ""Su- Cloud Day will likely be Fndayjralso( i ;a double, :..."' the Florida fruits and vegr ,I..es'esnt'r.I.
nler"Orie -
fe"thirdlr'ice.;'' president},,, ..,WJ.Dunlap> ) felt.. .' ' .,,1,,!'tk, 'fTHOUGHT - header'onithal' day \t': cables will be given the right of,way, Will NevilledLeetNathanlel, L'lvlngston; Charks' Dan

HLftreen';Cove> Springs,\ fourthl viceprosideinftCaUSWilloughbylGiinesville- \ ,.if ii'If' All Ihe last Florida,, 'congressmen' ,, werci. ,assured,.a" Iock \John'1Iarrison Lawman, Oscar
premmuros joflered ]year will be.given at thIs exhibition!and :i" ? ,", ,xas I '

FeasurerrSS KSf\V'R1lltorr'Del.'uniak: TO BE GER- *m1"son>::* cases' larger' premium.. '"' 1 he premium book'Win1 the iel Mann William; Roy Eppes Mack JrIleory Martin; William Dan-
and A. A. Coult' ,
Springs, secretary ,
.Jacksonville assistant secretary. hands of the printer now. The stock exhibit will likely be madeup CASTOR BEAN ..GROWINGiCOMMERCIALL G. McClellan, Fletcher McWhite Rob- c

MAN SPIES ARRESTED of local There ert M.. Montsdoca, Jesse J. Moody
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DIRECTORS OF FARM LOAN specimens. is enough high-grade stock raised Jesse Myers, Foster Newton, Bur.ette .
right in Osceola County to make' as 'creditable\ a showing as any Y DISCUSSED << Kibbe Northrop, Malsolm Mark'
ASSOCIATION MET FRIDAYA (Overstreet, Nathan Oecatur Parsons,
would
HERE RELEASED LATER L one care to se ; James Raymond I Peterson 'Romeo
special meeting of the directors In no instance will the patriotic service be forgotten, but the Rest BY MR. SMITH Mose Plant, Christopher Prescott,
of the Kissimee Farm Loan Association Lora Raulerson, Lovick Counch Rid
Room at the grounds will be in charge of the Kissimmee Red
was called Ftiday morning on Considerable interest was arousedin -, die, Fred John Roberts Clarence Robinson -
the receipt of the charter from theFeit.ral Kissimmee this week when it was Cross Chapter and it is thought that every visitor k> th* groundswill Since it has become known that Charles Christian Rummell,
Farm Loan Board of Wash reported that two men had been arrested contribute Clifford H. Sackhoff, William Colonel
to the fund that does everything in human practically the only oil which can be
ington.; under circumstances which indicated power Satcher. John Carl Schmidt
used lubricate Harry
C. H. Funk resigned as director of them to be German spies. I . to bring our boys home when their work in the world's war is done. that will to filow at airplanes all altitudes, an and oil Scott Sidney Monroe Sharpe, Stephen

the association and J.. W. Miller was Sheriff L. II. Ingram first noticed Races are perhaps the greatest attraction to the most people Osceola under all conditions met by these << Eliphelet Sharpe, Arthur Wilburn
appointed to fill the Mr. I them coming along the railroad track I '
vacancy machines, the project of growing cr.s- Simmons, Asberry Smith, Dozier
I ;i :Miller is known as 'one of the most toward Kissimmee Saturday morning. County is on the same, racing circuit t as Orlando and Jacksonville tor beans has been: given careful Smith, John Berton Smith, Kirby

successful growers in this Vicinityand As he was on his. way to,S t. Cloud to which insures a splendid program. In addition the usual eventsit consideration by every farming sec Smith Larcnce Alford Smith, Nicho
is without doubt, just the mini to look into an alleged store robbery andas I lad Smith Robert Lee Speir Otis
fill the place. these men had the appearance' of is planned to hold novelty races cow pony events etc., and as tion.The fact that the government will Stevens, Aaron Albert Story, Barney

Several applications for loans were tramps placed them under arrest. an innovation there: will likely be a Ford Car, Race when the supply the seed ar\d\ contract a fixed Story, Fred Sullivan, Walter Sylvester
finally acted upon- by the local appraising They gave their names as H. H. j prIce[ for the crop is an inducement Willie Oscar Tanner Mary Olive
committee at this meetingand Lewis and Edwin I. Lewis and deniedany owner must enter, and drive his own car. These are said to'be "growers: worthy "of consideration.It ". .w.w.w .

eight or ten more loans will soon knowledge of the( robbery. An. great. Out while everything will be done to entertain you. the is thought by many that Florida (Continued On! Page Eight)
receive their attention. vestigation of their belongings will 'lead in producing this crop and
ed one of them to have $225 ShOW-j! underlying purpose of this event will p* to promote the industrial that this locality could develop a valuable .

possession and the other some development of Osceola -County and enable her to play a greater I industry through this channel.
had with them book about 8x4 The experiment, of BIDS ON COUNTY
GARS REQUISITIONEDFOR They a I II growing castor
in the
work
of
food (for
part providing hungry nations
I finches which contained free-hand I II Leans for commercial purposes has I'' .
1 |I drawings of submarines cruisers and I been tried at Kissimmee and as a
SHELL SHIPMENT &lagoin'ess<,11I of every description II I matter of information Mr. Alex-Rem I WORK OPENED SAT.

and minute data concerning the --- ington Smith, who conducted this experiment .
steel and other material of their con I has been! asked to give u '

The problem of providing a liard- struction. There were drawings of resume of the situation as ha sees it..- The\ Board ,of County Commissioners .
canals, rivers and other water ways, The icply follows: met in adjourned session on Saturday -
surface for the section of the city I giving depth and full information. I Kissimmee Fla., Jan. 10, 1)18.! morning to receive bids for

street running along! I'enfivld avenue These drawings showed the men to I II Editor Valley Gazette;. : ten thousand booklets'!! and envelopes;
from Clyde, avenue to the city limits I have traveled all over the country I II You have asked. me for an article on for the grading, draining and surfacing -
near the fair grounds has long vexed I I from. California to Florida. I castor beans because you know of my with asphalt of approximately
One of the men carried a peculiar experiments with their production I thirty-seven miles1'of' roadway, nine
the city fathers for this stretch is
leather bag slung vcr his shoulder: here. My experience is too incomplete 1 foot wide -in other words the "Mel
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the city's part of the much Ulked-of I and hidden by his clothes. This bag' V I to be of much value to others I bourne Road"; also for an issue of

"missing link" in the nixie Highway contained drawings and writings covering further than to point out ':'sonic of thestumbling $:!7f"IOOOO of six per cent Special

mid the tiulfil- at thut point is heavy. ):: a period of twenty years and ,I blocks I found in actually I Road and Bridge District! \ Bonds to<<
were of a religious: nature. tl'yingto produce a money crop for finance the building of the aforesaid
The be in '
problem now seem to a I Florida.
fair way to solution. The city's pur All this was HO suspicious!' that .I I In the beginning! when I first.. conceived road. .
Sheriff Ingrain them in The booklet and
placed jail envelope job wasawarded
+,'' the idea of j'I'owinjl'lIstor
and made an inspection: of their room\ aru' 'to the Tampa Tribune: Publishing -
hiss beans commercialy in Florida I
, ; I at St. Cloud. This revealed the fact! ap- I' tampon) whose hid was
pealed to the J Department of .'\j'r l'ul-
.... and this that one man wn deeply interested in I t9f77! .",. The bonds wore sold! to the
Springs Company companyhas I lure at Washington for infoi ination *
requisitioned the railroad company I chemistry and had a number of books,, and was told the Department had Peninsular Engineering and Contracting -
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for twenty empties with whichto + and formulas on the subject. V none to give.A --imilai reply came I Company/ of Tampa at 95
ship the product here. I' The sheriff notified United States :, V 1 from our State College at Gainesville. cents with accrued interest. The
Street Supt. J. J. Woodall has already I Marshal Uoswell of the circumstanceswho I The largest crushers of castor beans same ('ompanywas awarded the con
.. put a force of men at work on immediately sent Department in America while admitting that the I tract for the \building of the road.
this street grading and putting in Officer Englesby to interrogate the source of their supply of beans wasIndiathey The company was represented by C. .
readiness for the paving as soon as men. He arrived here Wednesday.The advised me not to plant T, Cornwell, manager.!
:; the shell reaches here. men told a plausible story stating the East Indian seed in Florida, as I I 'Prior to adjournment the board
: This shell paving has proved very I that they were American citizens, the beans! shipped for crushing were' drew three hundred names of citizens
satisfactory elsewhere as a hard-sur-I as had been their ancestors for sev- not suitable forlICed.. Yet; these' fiom the registration list to serve,,**
face material but should it be thought eral generations. They had been residents same crushers were always )ln the jurors for the ,current year. "'
of Commerce, Oklahoma, for market for bvuns. The I vii.
1 advisable to pave that section of the ... transportation
city with other material later this the past year but had come south charges to get castor beans out 4-: e U-O UOH < OO>' ;
application of shell will make a splendid with the intention of locating here. of Florida to the market were pro Co IMPORTANT MEETING: O a
, foundation for the" ork. They were merely interested in these hibitive a.- then in force. *
One great advantage this shell pave two lined of ''study and had collectedthe CAPT. FRANK VANS AGNEW Knowing however, that the an- Thj annual general meeting ..
ing offers is the possibility that itt data for their information. These Former postmaster of Kissimmee, nual castor bean was being grown 4 of the KissJmmee Golf Club has .oOo,
statements were substantiated by a right along .Kansas and Oklahoma, been postponed! from Wednesday *
D"+ be completed for use at the time who was captured by the Germans
may wire from the bank cashier Com- and was considered a splendid 000 Jan. 16th to" Jan. *
the, county fair is held in February at 0 while serving in the British in oil' Friday,
o, and will add much to the success of w France, and is now held as a prisoner.army producer-, and brought a fair,price, .I 000' 25th at 8 p. m.,, at the club,O 'ha '
000 house. oOo
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TWO THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. JANUARY 18, 1313

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NV I i Win. )it. Kempfer, recently returnedto ,'

his home .In Ik-aufort, S. C. I FLYERS BREAK RECORDSI'dris.

St. Cloud Departments W. S. Knight and family .ane W. : ; jii1j; I

c Coleman decided to make Peer Park 1 1th..iI. and distancei State

.. )>oni<.-. They ,are assisting in the : many speed
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t tuipcMttliio operations.,. i records have l>ccn shattered and set
I ami then surp'aiKed again by allied
.. : AMI: NOTEfL'OF.: ) TIl'K "WO-HI'H'; CITY" ,' ". IJI.; Mary .L. Kempfer' of Beaver ::I aviators that it is iloubtfyl if the bestperformances 1 ,
Spring.*. Pa., lterwf; W. II. 'Kempfernnd I ,
JAMES MILKS ; will ever be straightenod of Kissimmee
MANAGER
: I I i' :Mr*. J. .1. OcFrohn is spending ;. out ami. act down on the official

____ _.___ _n___. J tlic'/ winter with her\ sister, Mis.1 J. .1..1.I I looks.' ,

_i The Veterans Association! met in I :Mr.'..and Mn Baker of Kinsinunceiilkr 'I J 1 e Vr.hn7'llo potato; 'growers arc all busily, points But\ aviators ill England have and been: in flying France from to The of the worldare

I G. A. R. hall' Saturday ut 2 m St. Cloud eyes
on p. wore at Tuesday.Mr. : I !1j.lllfj in making\ pl-cpuratlons fu"pl"nti"Itlh'I1' i ('ho I Italian front every day as the
- with President 'Kfc.nnojj' In the rhnir. : ami Mrs. ;MathewS, who havebeej crops.! Followingare'I': I hitish i and! Fremh war of/iron/ have

_ _ Opening( song, "Amvricu., Prn>fr I by I \ i"iling11'1'1./ "., left on W'vlln"Irfr' '/ ."Iil. of the Inrgor growers" and 1 the1 otUdone th.'iiiselri's, in tht'ir! efforts toieii

-. llov. Wcstcotl.. Song by Mr.' Hindi' ,r their homo in NV.wurk, Ohi.... 'ati uir<* that ouchill! plant! I II. (C. I n f< rco the Fii-nch. iiviulftn serv the who

\Ve I Drank) fioin tIle( Ram'.' ( iil'4il. 1 The\ Hli-ie I i P, :M<;Klroy:! niixiliui: 'Vv ,\\'nnt. 110) aerat! ; 'V.. A.Ioek; 100( <'e. Pilots.. .Aiist)I bloviated" : and I there I on man

I ". I Reading of minutes hy Sucic'lni! r\ metM'Tnlaj t ' and the usual lni-.ni-, :, < .pii"l 1, _: ;\\('lhouine Je\i'lopment J) / ('",., wt'ie (t c..rtll1l1 number"
I. Brown Th> St. Cloud% y 4l 1 wa- ih-rt' :, \\.''ts trunKiK'ted; alt0 acres;. J.M" among, them soared into the air i and
'given, -IIIM not l's: of oiiticlcx, 1",1' and! I j'I /ber( Yl i. J lieulal' ) Tli' mpKullj/ mutlviMr. ," t: (lailk) !SO acres; E. C. Mjnith :I C.i :. following) the load of niii instructor

found. Four minute' talk by Pre"iclcnt i- I (eJ i41' : i
JrJong,Kenncy"IJa'ttIe oA Cry\ ( onie-rviitlvi of, : j Fi/ ,'',o.lohJ.of" ,food Themeeting / J : i.l l jind MI-K.I Hruni, :\Ii. and 1 11,1.; I I L. Un"' -', :'i.1\ acres" ; I Ilopkinfe I &. K !nip'-l,'coui-i-e' fur Italy.

Mr Clark. Mr.I i and ;\1.l .rs.. Tunnivlj're tt'cut 1 r:101\\ :!< acjes! ) W. R. llutler, 10 acres; Youths who had. not, "at' in an air SAVESPAUSE
_ wa then turned( I'O\'r 10> *
4 '' I IL I K. Smith\ B across. Sonic I IWiM I
: Squires, .who had caie H'&'"on %Vctlii.a:1y! (:\ e'oningInt {(! planting plain two months before' duplicated.the I
l he done! .,
this week but
I little : r'US'hi..h
to at\tend! thc ininArel shI \\:, IMi very foot of Roland ( a !
,
excellent : i .
pi-ogrtiw (If the socd lintt "t.t( iiit-lvod. "hinni ,. ,,/. startled the world few .
.. ', Piano .duet! II)' ;Mrs: Karlwr': un. I']I ::. ,;, a nd. :Mrs Waltet McCiiiry: : ( Edith I Hiirrod. Son,', "()ver There.VJby : I Ky.., 'weie" here!! :Mondayevening I I'XUeinvly cold l l wt'atl.r in the Noith. .
JFIif-litVof) 400oOO/ () and WO() miles without
Edith I Harrod accompanit-il, by'lMrs. ('ailingn( > friends( i \ I I
I ThIK Rapids FOul"llrh.'c' true* { top weie, common' occuruticcs. -
.' Sanford and for "f
: encore!
gave Uncle Josh Fe'guR'O'wcnt, to Ki.--
tOI' recently purchased by. tleo. W. And in ull01111 the aveiage/ speed
." i t
Want to Go, lIoln "Our Flag" by bus-
I .J. W. Squire% Song, "The Deathless ) I Hopkins, in doing excellent worl$. inufeistmg maintained was considerable more for a'moment young man
; inNl.s. ,
the farmers, mile hour j ,
Mr.I Nuson / prepart for than 100( an
Army by accompanied
,their crops. Mr. Hopkins has' sold Auks for ..tlrplance'e.tn 1 .thought self. The
by Mrs. :Morgan, for encore- gave a
:
",. ",'The Little Bronze Button." Itecita"tion the tractor to M. M, Frost. who is of General Cadorna'a first re I
by Priicilla Pcckham, followed( ATTHE CHURCHES operating it 'on custom work.SHINGLEJJREEK. quvfcts to the French and British was' problems that confront you now or '
and .
in
for ie.i.forcenients airplanes ,
by the High School gills giving "Un. .., '
pilots* The Germans had aRllembl..dI'I'I'alll..o'e will few hence.
tie Samnne. Dut. "Kitty White"by
I a, years
\ of their best fighting and
Little )Frances Com and Jay PRESHYTKKIAN:; CHURCH I .
escadnlles thor Italian
bombarding on ,
'
I Johnston. Song "When the Flag the German formations Look about you.- the men .of affair* in country state UtiOIl-
body.< lit: 0114! day ,
"Goes'What! By.We Should by Mrs.Know Conn.About Talk Florida on. Bible school, 9:110::\ a. m.; Morning\ 1I 1----Rev. Sibort pieached an intl.'rl'blh1A'HI'mon '! had practically' cleared the air yes, in the world, are the men who started to save early in life

If *' worship, 10:30: a. m; Christian Endeavor I of Italian lighting Aircraft, and they
by Mr. Morscman. Recitation, here Sunday afternoon. I I
"Comrade Have You Got the Countersign II i p. m; Evening worship, 7 C. L. Niswongcr leturned to his followed up this advantage by sending They hare the respect and confidence: 'of the community.

i, ?" Solo by :Miss Brown. Read1PfJiWhy,4JrfCf p. m. Social prayer service Wednes.U home in Washington' after a two over into the Italian lines squad. .."
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: ; : "rIm...at el'.. lIadr.plk ( ..lwmbin ...' ; .look..oirrth...-other ude=itnhrrf tUo :: :ttTey" ;33.TS: : 11
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.. ; : : UCvFatnCUjii.MrcKay. ) : ( "' JIOI1Vffi1.ttwypJ'IIII1.mt' ; : (' #ilt ",.wjt .:..hi !I-pa ntSl1tm I! araT'' ; aeQ r ho"Tpe Q all ;
: (
\ and
r "::\ : Rtcitat'lorti'"WWen' Raflierty. .pastor. li r r \\l lIsJlssle''N'iswo'iiircr IS SKentlina.] torl't'do11'l're HWhehedrary\ rained bombs the Italian'l make--they may. hate a food time for a while, but what does their
1 on
"
'Got His Pension. '
1. : a few days with relatives here. < aviation fields and the hangars and personality reflect?
F Mr. H. O. Haymaker was a business Miss: Lucretia Overstreet spent the
LIVINGSTON: MISSION": METHO- I .1 Italian aircraft burned together. |
aller at Kissimmee on Friday.. j )))ST EPISCOPAL J CHURCH day Sunday with Mrs.. A. R. .Dennis. Both the French and, British genera1 A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the ,
I :Mr. and :Mrs. C. G. Howen return.
I Rev. H. H. Bowen, left Tuesday staffs realized that without its "eyei" I nucleus of an honorable, independent career.
ed Sunday from a pleasant trip.
for Sebrmg to attend the general Rev. II. II. Bowen, pastor. !
the Italian
army might wander into Make
Mrs. Walter Hronson and Mrs.\ F. your beginning now-today. Your bank .
conference of the M. E. church, which Sunday services: traps and pitfalls l.tlu'y'itave the .
II. Tiner made i a business trip to Kis- book will the.
4 is being held at that place. Sunday school 9:30: a. m. simmee Tuesday.Mr. I order at once to re.inforce the Italian par way.

Mr. E. D. French of Ashton was Preaching, 10:30 a. m. : and Mrs. W. W. Ivey and son aviation service with their own e-- Capital stock _- $100,000.00
Visiting friends in the east end on Junior Epworth League, 3 p. m. cadrilles. The order went out to all - -
Wednesday. Epworth League, 6:30 p. m. Mrs.Alfred, spent Sunday with Mr. and : the aviation camps and schools in Resources ever _._____.._.._.-....--------- 400,000.00

Myroa F. Barber visited friends in General Class Meeting, 6:30 p. m. Tyson. I England and France. Within a few
Mr.' and :Mrs. E. L. D. Overstrcet
7:30 Officers and j
Preaching Directors
m.
Narcoosee p. :
on Wednesday. hours the orders were being xe uted.
the day in Kissimmee Sunday.Mra .
spent "
The! Woman's Relief CO.p.s.w1I. . Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7 p. m. flint-Ion Garr..tL. in..nl jMftndilv__ Pilots having passed their brevets \
Official Board Meetine every. first -m C. A. CARSON, President it!. KATZ and E. L LESLEY, Vp.ROMA .
.noia an oyster supper on rnaay in afternoon:; with Mrs. Johnson.; were mustered out on the fields. They .
Old G. A. R. hall. Tuesday, 7 p. m. I were told to wear two leather and THOMAS Cashier .
j ,
Sunday School Board :Meeting second :Mrs. A. R. J Dennis and Mrs. C. G.
Mrs. Lewis, ?Irs; Porter's mother, How en and Mrs. I. P. Tyson and Miss rubber union suits instead of the

I rarne in Friday morning last from I W.Tuesday F. M. ,S.7, p.Ladies'm Aid and class Susie Tyson spent the afternoon with single garment they Usually wea?. N. C. BRYAN N. B. CARSON, M. KATZ,' i.

Bangor,. Maine, on a visit. work announcement.All Mrs. P. G. Cromartie: Tuesday.Mrs. The gasoline tanks were filled and C. A. CARSON, II. FLEMING K. L. LESLEY,
upon .
.t Mrs. Lockwood has returned from I, seats rr. All welcome to all ; Irie Keen went to Orange' they were instructed to follow the J. WADE TUCKER, Directors.
New York .
City, where she was called meetings. Center Friday. leader. Then they soared off in long 1

,. on account of 'the illness of her. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Miller and. coveys.' all headed toward the Italian I '

.'tather. children spent the afternoon with Alps: .- .. f
----
Judge for and the Mrs.winter.On IVckham. have returned DEER PARK Mrs. G. C. Urpnson Sunday. 1 Some of Cover the British Vast Territory.machines went I films a-e-due to appear from time to $7./iO; cutters $1\.60<\ ( to $7; canners :

_. Monday evening, Jan. 14, Mrs. (clear across England, traversed thechanneldhen time. They'll be interesting as well as $5.75.to; $0.25; yearlings $6.2 to
KISSIMMEE BOY AT CAMP instructive. Some pictures will show (5.f.04 heretics $(J.75' to $7.50; veals
l''Iorence''Uat.cher entertained at the
home of her mother, Mrs. Charles"Goodrich We are jladt'elcome to ourmi.lst WHEELER WRITES TO GAZETTE ,I scaled the soared Alps over and France proceeded and the proper methods of canning and $I<.CO to $iru; heavy bulls $7 to $8; ,1

on Maryland avenue, in :Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Compton, drying fruits and vegetables. The light $'.60) to $7.
the line
to
straight on Tagliamento
honor of Mrs. Maude Huntington of recently married, both formerly'resi Camp Wheeler, Ga., Jan. 1, '18. without ever descending. French machines raising of meat animals and horses, Hogs: With several big trains" reported

Portland. Oregon, and Miss Ethel! dents Melbourne.: Kissimmee Valley Gazette. flew from remote corners of poultry raising, and many other home ket late in the morning, the mar., '
Payne of Manitau Mich. L. L. Britt and have Dear Sirs I and farm activities, are booked for openedwith som- strength
at a heart I family : the republic over the great'mountainrange
I hunt social and after that marshmallows ed to Jacksonville. E. P. We have not seen anything! about and across the plains of I om- presentation on the screens of Am through speculator and city butcher

$ were toasted and pop-corn scrvd. of Bunnell succeeds him as remov'l I Co. B in our loyal home paper, The bardy to Udine, arriving there before erica. There are pictures that will and competition, with some fancy
have an appeal for city populations as hogs) selling at SlU.iHj(; and JIG.il'i.'
.? Those present were. ;Mrs. Maude of the Hopkins & Kempfer Kissimmee Valley Gazette, for the I the Italians were forced to retreat I This little
well as others that will be of special competition pon over
Huntington, Misses Ethel Payne, The new Sunday school officers ( past several weeks. We are beginning from that strategic railway center. interest to rural communities.This and, with some of the late trains" mak,
l Kathleen Riggan, Gladys Saunders, were. elected last Sunday as follows: to feel rather lonesome, so this I may not'even vaguely indicate the ing! their the
Emma Murphy, Iva Marshall Messrs.; morning being a rainy day, I will en. I motion picture campaign is an appearance markei
,
E. P. I Eagorton, supt.; William Cole. number of airplanes that -wefa sent w-eakem-d at the clone and .
of whole full
interesting the
"[Frank Dodge, Kay Farria, and Harvey man, asst, supt.; Mrs. W. ))1.! Kempfer, deavor to break up the motony by from France and England, but I can ,, neat for production part and conservation move. 0 to IOC lower than yvsteiday.; was Thiuotatioiii ? -

I Riggan. .All enjoyed the evening sec. and treas.; Airs. W. S. Knight, writing a few lines. state that the number of accidentswas j lof food. We've got to feed ourselves! < < following. me based on -
much. Josh L. Barber '
I. very organist. with Mrs. Sylvester, assistant Supply Sergeants as low as the average total for'and our allies. The government has early sales, but .at the finish $ltUo(! *

Ray Farris and friend; Mr. Wood and Cook; together with Corporal Ellis a day of any of the big ,aviation. . I told thia.good times so far wasthe toP ofth market GOO d >to,, ,
,
'
many "
Anderson left last,
.
Thursdayi.momin; ora I I 'Iiii.. Rl1emingwaymovetl\ : his'familydanceTTn" >.FV--) /us& Sunday schools:,,,:" .':'1 '" ))1,0.' \, j\.....ill..!.';<.';.. 1M'rl '. "nnd goingto'jjkeep' onl.tellingS'us'jin choice hog! 90i b II||! Jr.5Ujo<
>> "
I rS morninJorlLeolJJ1.i.Springs'exall,1 __
_
i Everglades on Far E.IT a I la ha ssee ,recen t I y. ) !!IItMIftJ';f' .$1 Ii 8a I _____
,I'orthllef EJI'II ;lurbee2lmanagerroi he turpentinorkswilljuike I..wherejyheyfl have. !.entered j theJEjofTicers;. ADVICEJO POTATO GROWERS! imaily, way._Thmovie'waylbidsalrGIRLPSSTATEMENT" $1.. ]SSSBOT l '0 nixedh7gs glthog
0 be all .nte' nir as tR is helprul
; or Atl'hison a Kan. ; t p1his esl j.rainingS'cnmpj_W ojj regretted Jverymuchto sisStoUaBiiii 10 III 4JCQJlb(

( i. hiIJ1wee tforta t"hortKsta :! the'I lemingwa 'home. ,. ,lose them from|thecompany| HgUP FROMfCOUNTYAGENj] i WILL $1.'. 0' :H.TO_O 1in(/( ?0 ..0 iit,....J
I make his headquarters at Mrs. C. Donegan returned from but nevertheless we rejoice: in the to $15;; lighter pigs fiom $10 for
Having been asked bv veial
: Tampa.. Kissimmee, where she spent several promotion of any of our boys and potato HELP KISSIMMEE.Here common to $it: .75 for be-i. '
to furn'sh them with
I The Epworth League contest for weeks with wish that there were openings CornOl'e. growers She The
relatives. I 'J p: market was active and
t: I new members closed! December 31st I \ the farmula for treating seed 1 to pra- is the 'giJ" '" own story: "For Best PIItl'"ng.
J F.
'
Kempfer, who has beLn spending and scurf I laml$17 to $IV.;,
vent scab black : ;
thought
I I resulting in 29 new members. I his vacation with his brother, I II The papers state that we will be i others might be interested also. I; yearI I had dyspepsia, sour stomach I medium to good JMli.fiO: () to $1 7.00; fut .
,
.J f I in Camp Wheeler for the next e-ieh-: j Seed be treated for two hours and constipation. I drunk hot witter sheep $11 7;, to $1IiIl: choppers, *H 1

I teen w eks. This is the only cloud I with formalin may : 1 pint to 30 gallons' of and olive I oil by the gallon. Nothing to $lO: canners, $)ti to $7; /goats $*3.50.
over our happiness, us we are all I to $S<1; kids $:H.f' ,() to $1 u I.
water and half ,hours .
or for one a helped until I tiled buckthorn balk,
'anxious to "over there. I NATIONAL:
get across LIVE; STOCK (COMMISSI .
using corrosive sublimate 1 to
j "1101)" Sumner happened to an aw-]I i part I glycerine etc., as mixed in Adler.l-ka.
j 1000 parts of water. The last for- ( COII'ANI ): ,
I ful accident several day ago whoen ONE; SPOONFUL; helped me INSTANTI.Y. -
mula is the best. After treatment the
Osceola Hardware Co. the stove pipe fell down upon hill big seed should be planted at once or : ." Because Adler-i-ka Hushes : EAT ALL I WANT

( toe, but he is now progressing rap- may be allowed to dry off on. pre the ENTIRE; alimentary tract it relieves ',
t i idly under the skillful care of our viously disinfected platforms or A-.CASE-: NOW AND FEEL FINE! ,
: constipation, sour
{ medicine 'man, "Doctor Sugar Hyde. floors.

Located on Kissimmee's Several of the boys in Squad' 17 arc The corrosive sublimate treatment stomach or gas and prevents appendi.

I having a "swell" time us it is infected shQuld not be given when temperature citis.: It QUICKEST action of
BUSIEST
: CORNER with mumps. is 75 degrees or above as it may anything we e" er sold. Central Drug
We ,rejoice to say that CorporalJack prove injurious. Store.

W. Rouse is now back from thehospi'wl Very truly yours, I-
where he has been seriouslyill E. EVANS
.jfB. ADVERTISED LETTERS
MORE POTATOES --- with bronchitis. % County Apent.ifCKS .

I Bugler Padgett was, detailed for Following' the-list of uncalled for
[ bugle guard yesterday, but on accountof ARE TAKING TOLL
will be raised around ihan I his he letters remaining in the postoffice at
Kmimmte this spring ever before by [ havinlia "hickey" on lip --
I was relieved by Bugler O'Bcrry. We Some Florida farmers are hard ,to Kissimmee! Florida, for the two weeks .No More Gas on the Stomach or 3cur t

hundreds acrei. It will be done on scientific lines, and machinery I, are glad to say that the "hickey": is (convince even when the evidence is ending January 14, 1918:' Stomach! No More Heavy Feeling

I ':now well. before them. I). S. Watterson, scien- Brooks, :Mrs. O. C.; Stevens. J. E.; ; After Meals or Constipation I

will be an important factor. We are ready to supply the moil improved I i Seigt. Roberts I is still with the tific assistant in beef cattle investigations !- Bass, Mrs. fo.. E.; Blair, II. K.: ; Brown, If you have sour stomach constipation !- t,

Electrical Corps of the Quartermastors' with headquarters at the :Miss! Susie; Clark Mrs. :Missouri; or gas on the stomach try;,
implements for this work. We have plows, fertilizer distributors ,I ( Dept. but hopes for an curly University of Florida experiment Clark :Mrs. M.; Campbell, Mrs. Maggie JUST OXE SPOONFUl. simple buck.

i iftuin to ('0. I IL! stationS reports this instance. / Bell; Demp-iey Jack ; Dunn, Mrs. thorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed

seed cutters, planters, cultivators, digger, etc.. Call, I I I As for general, news, there is none lie was called to a.icertain the "v. J. ; I'ercs John Henry; Graham, In Adler-l-ka, the MOST POWERFUL

I|I here; we are all I \\ell and happy. Inclosing trouble, with a herd of beef: cattle in W. G.; Hewey, Henry; Hudgraves, bowel cleanser ever sold.
write, telephone, telegraph, or send a cheap boy, but be sure and I will say that we appreciate central Florida. The cattle were thin Miss Roberta; Hughes, )Frank; Haull- The VERY FIRST dose shows re-
land pnjoy the Valley Gaze lo and l and, refused to fatten, also they were suits and a-short treatment with Ad.
+ in, Miss Jennie; Smith, J. C. Johns, I II
get in touch with us in some fro have the d'inon/ the during the cold ; ler-l-ka' will surprise yoil.
way, we goods and can look forward with eagerness to its range I Lewis; Keith (;eo. S.; I.attie, K.; I drains
an'i\iil in weuther. On the same range wereiittle \, It such astonishing amounts
camp ,
Janws :
Maxwell Miller. Mrs. Bess
assist you greatly. Let us all pull together in this thing and raise j Rcspctlhilly yours.. from another herd," in !guod Miller Mrs. Lena; Ponder, Mrs. Su-; I of old matter from the system thatA
;
COMPANY: B. flesh and-unaffected by the cold. The I SINGLE DOSE relieves constipation .
the biggest lot of spuds ever Seen in this section, and then Uncle hitter had been regularly dipped. Yet either; Snell W. I II.; Spier, H. I..; sour stomach and gas almost
the owner of the inferior cattle was I i I Thomas, :Mrs. Ksia| ; Thomas, Hufus; INSTANTLY. A dose twice a week

Woodrow up at Washington will be delighted with us. PEDIGREED/( .\:-; Df.I.SIn: HESTPedigieed not ready to admit that the expend !i Whitley, Emma; Williams, Miss guards against appendicitis.
of dipping was money well spent. ;|I' Diecy; Williams, Miss Salie! ; Zettie, i iI

/ animals are likely tn be I Wilfort. I For Sale by Central Drug Store

Always remember that our lines of Harware and Furniture are' ,iiore efficient than those of un..er.tliin UNCLE SAM-MOVIE MANWa'tcli !, B. B. SIMPSON.

or haphazard bn..edingFarmerR I I Postmaster.ST. .

the largest and most complete in the county,. and we take, pleasure LI.e the U'uinmg present high this thiu prices cxpedem'and of feeds arc for Uncle Sam's own films1! ,I LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET. B i A ', .

in showing good. mphasizing its importance. Few I into Yes, the that active business.gentleman has gone SPECIAL REPORT. ....... a. I
farmers realize the value of good movie It's a. partof U II 8

_. animals as long as feeds of all kinds his food production and conservation National Stock Yards, Illinois., To get quick relief take Dr.
campaign. Kings
were cheap. Now that all prices are The Jan. 8, 19111. New Discovery. l"cd SO years.'Checks
United States
GASHUM AND SUSETTE high it; is necessary that every animal agriculture is having department the films of Today's Recepits: Cattle 7500; the cold. Stops the cough.; Try it.
on the farm be as economical a prepared
Hogs 13,500; sheep 1GOO. Sold all
by druggistsiscoverv
producer as possible. 1C makes no now. The first to be releasedwill Cattle-Supplies continue to arrive !
difference whether the animal is show our national forests whichare K
a slowly, due to the snow storm and as
_Say Susette I can't YOIi'that hat want beef steer, dairy cow, or a hog important sources of timber and a result available cattle for sale have
get It
--- new water
.you BOW. The importance of this is shown supply and which contain. grazIng not been plentiful so far this week _

costs $23.00 aid I've just been notified that my bank account is by the University of Florida experiment land for sheep and cattle. and the market is generally active
station in discussing the dairy Then'will come a picture that and lOc higher on steers and strong' H
oyerawa." cow. According to our best authority should be of particular interest to the on mixed stuff and butcher cattle, ;

the average dairy cow in Florida youngsters, although grown-ups are but'yearlings broke. 25e per cwt. If +
"Wly. eua..., how stupid yon aref I Why do.'t yea deal with produces only 265 gallons of milk in likely to be greatly impressed with it. receipts do not accumulate too rapidly for Coughs
4 a year. The best dairy' cow in the That will be the pictured activity of later in the week, we look to see sColds
a l ba k that. has ,*t plenty of Money?" State produced nearly 900 gallons of the boys' and girls clubs. This pIcture a good market follow. T&-th. :

I milk. Little more feed was requir. will be a revelation to anyone Quotations: Good to choice steers ; .1 CoudMtiefl '
: ed maintain the better cow than who has not been following the successful $8.75 to $10.75; medium to good Leaving waste material in the body
_Watch this space next week for more about Gashum and for the average cow. work of the pig and poultry, $3.75 to $9.75; common to medium poisons the system and blood and .,

t 'Susette: Th% point is this: When high-pric the canning, the dairy and other farm $7.75 to $8.75; good to choice stocker makes you liable to sick headaches '

ed feeds must be used only good productive clubs of the boys and girls of the and feeder cattle $7.75 and $8.25; km.biliousness, nervousness and muddy i
animals can be kept econom- country. medium good $7.25 to $7.75; fat Try Dr. Kin's New Lif. PiUs.
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"V - --- -e ically. About 40.000 feet of these official' cows, $7.60 to $8.50j;) medium 7 to

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THE KISSIMMEE.: VALLET GAZETTE FRIDAY JANUARY 18, 1918 THREE

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......... him he was glad to get back to the THE GROWING OF

old' stand. 'I itr.: CASTOR BEANS
Our merchants must certainly be w.C COLUMN ]

doing a rusing trade-motor trucksare or'castor
: III, order that the supply
Attention Citizens continuously on the move .from !
oil be
such firms as the Waters & Carson (Mrs. J. M. Cochrane.) for airplane motors may asaur'd -

Grocery Co., and "our outside merchants thd government is entering (into

most of them adopt the'bicy-' "What you want In your nation youmust agreements with responsible plantersfor

Visitors Tourists ,. cle mode of delivery.Our put, into your schools." These the growing of a limited acreageof
game hunters report deer turkey were the signi/icunt)/ words uttered by 1
beans In the 1918
quail and fish found abundantly Napoleon to France more than, a century castor crop sea

If yon are interested in Florida,yo. tlionU throughout the county, although the ago. son.The -salient .
features of the contract'
dears in hunter's paradise are some
take ia tic ,b<$: Fair keU'in the State what timid. Exceptions should by; Munns Our national says nothing treasurer more Margaret practicalhas are as follows: :

some means be made in the {game law been done by the United Commit. Price $3.50 per 46-pound bushel, f. i

HE, to- favor those who live in the midst tee on Temperance Activities in the o, b. nearest railway guaranteed. .'
of a game county as they only require .' Army' and Navy than the placing of No agreement will be made with
one occasionally for home use .any one contractor for the plantingor ,
stereomotorgraph in the canton-
five County Mid-Winier SubTropicalHELD and it would almost seem that their 'ments.; This part of the program_ Is sub-contracting: or more than 10-I
location and occupation should accord being financed by the W. C. T. U. 000 acres, and only so much of this'
them that privilege.The amount as on investigation proves ad.
which is a component part of the 11
AT importance of advertising United Committee.The visa bie.
not be more clearly demonstrated is Sub-contractors are to be paid not
stereomotorgraph an -
i than from feelings apparatus less than bush/sl for beans
to judge our ongoing $3.00 per
Orlando Feb. 12-15 1918 I : to a strange city. If you re*< about for .projecting four, feet slides,on which.a surface it- grown by them.
square ''
the advertisements in the Tampa Tri- Government" will furnish seed at
self ii of the machine. The
"a part
'bune for instance when you visit that cost plus transportation charges, to
.
slides are especially' prepared to
city you have frequently seen the be paid for in cash, or out of the
teach total abstinence and clean lie
Positively of name of some firm or hotel until you first sales to the government as the ;
the
Greatest Exposition .
almost appearto know the proprietors ing. There are fifty-two slides in a contractor desires. .

\. Fine Fruits, Agricultural Products, and you will pass non-advertls set, and most of: them .are attractively Payments by government will be
illustrated in colors.
ing houses because you' almost fee
: made delivery.
on
( 7)". Cattle, Hogs, Poultry, Domestic and a friendly' disposition toward then The: stereomotorgraphs are being Contractor required to furnish a
created by seeing their names and placed in ,the Y. M. C. A., huts at can
Articles. small bond ($1.00 per acre) as evidence
Fancy tonments. The mechanism is adjusted
knowing; what they have to sell Our of good faith; this bond being
merchants should remember that the so that the machines are self-op I'r
only to effort to
guarantee an
pro
Valley Gazette has peen given a wide crating, being .run by electricity. duce and has the
no bearing on
circulation by our county commissioners They are therefore constantly in service ;
amount' harvested.
School Fair In the StateDaily and experienced tourists and do not call for assembliesor
Largest If are interested in this
you
learn to depend on its columns for information halls to do their work but where sition address the Chief Signal rropo- I. .
eoncernnig the affairs ot one. is located crowds of boys will be .
Equipment Costor
our city. But I suppose that enoughhas found at all hours watching'' pictures cer Division Oil ,
Section 119 D Street Northeast
Parades and Pag cants, Concert, Firework: Free Exkibi- been, said to have entrance into as they come and go. Washington, DC.. '
your columns this week Hello Mr. Alter a week in one hut the machine

lions, Races, together will Johnny J. Jones' Skews... Editor! Hold on; we forgot the is .moved' to another and when .L. i !, '
l Democratic, rooster" .If he found vs all have been, rea )s&a'nea77setrref8udes"1s : ':; ?,;: .:. -
. Come Enjoy 'Yourselves -<.- In'orrn_Yourselves doingothatUtbomaeat.time-h .:.assem" urnr8tied-and- progrest SOUR,ACID STOMACHS,'

.. .... ... --,",...."''''' .t -!'' e. n. 111 111 1 bled his council He'd use the last syllable from one to another continues. GASES OR INDIGESTION
of cofferdam the invective fool W. T. U. has undertaken to
W. B. O'NEAL, Pres. C. E. HOWARD, Sec', The C. I
and the adjective old, so we must rais-3 $8000 for the purchase\ of these "Pape's Dlapepsln" neutralizes excess
keep him in. good humor. He says stereomotorgraphs and this amount sive acid In stomach, relieving
that if one of his wives should lay an has been apportioned to the various dyspepsia, heartburn and
egg that he believes the old Kaiser
states. distress
.. _, , at once.
n' -- would make a small hole in It, takeout The funds sent for the purchase of
the goodie mid fill it full of as- the two ambulances were sufficient Time itt) In five minutes all atomtch .

r safoedita. Trash enough ? All right for the purpose, and the surplus was di tr'due to acidity will go.
I RUMINATIONS OF REX I : I'm through applied to this new and attructiv: Ko indigcntion, heartburn, sourness or

form of temperance education.The belching of gM or crlirtationa of undigested -
GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS" food no dizziness bloating foul
Flight of (he Kings.
The following caption was found the effect of a law and the quiet and I Ipea'eful TO CONSTIPATED CHILD Down the deep nightI breath or headache I I
is noted for its
Pane's Diapvpsin ,
condition of
issued our city is
; in the Monthly'Crop Report .cer.I' see the kings and emperors take
1. in utomachs.
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tainly one of the effects. 81"& < ri-gulatinif( upset'
I tbf authority of the Secretary of Agf Our last year's county fair was a'' Delicious "Fruit" Laxative" can't harrr flight. It is the eun-Ht, quickest stomach ewcct-
" t riculture. The December estimatesof derided success and fully insures I Not in blue porno they KO, I'ner in the whole world and "besides it
any tender little Stomach Liver
Buy); suddenly like drifts of wind-
'he Is harmless. Put an end to stomach
the value of the 1917 crop at prices expenditures that may made fo'rthe and Bowels. tossed
paid to farmer were as follows; we same this year and the elaborate snow; :distress! once by getting a large fifty
have condensed the estimate and find preparations now going forward for Yes, suddenly, like birds cent case of Pape's Diapepsin from any !
Lank at the 1 And on their lips low, agonizing\ Jrug: store. You realize in five minutes
that' the follpwing is the result: $H.- the approaching; carnival tre guaranteed tongue mother!
009,840,000 has been received by the by past experience.We coated, your little one's stomach live words. how needless it Is to suffer from Indlgestion -. \
farmers for their last year's pro. visited our old friend Joe Smith and bowels need cleansing at onr Down the clean years dyspepsia or any stomach dis.Drd"r

duct and millions of dollars' worth the day after the meeting of the honorable When peevish, cross, listless, docan Their pride and their red raiment caused 1)T(in fermentation due toeltcesBh'e |
acids -stomach.
must have been consumed nt home of Board of Co. Corns. and made sleep, eat or act naturally or !in. f veisli disappears.Their

which no record was kept. Directly his heart glad by a 'five, dollar dona- stomach sour, breath bad; has sot scepters fall - --
after the war between the states an tion and, it would have done those throat diarrhfra, full of cold, give! From frightened-hands; they. have relinquished f'OO OOOOOO OOOOOOO ...OOOOOO..OOOOoOoOoOOOOOOO.oOoOoO..
income tax was declared on all salaries gentlemen good to know what are (oaspoonful of "California Syrup i all
over $5000. It was then found lief- it was to him and his good lady.A Figs' and in .a few hours all the foil That made them great;
that farm products excesded in value great many of our people are depending ounBtipated waste. undigested food an. Now poor and mean is their unblest} Stout Lumber Co.

the 'combined incomes by several niil- on th-3 almanac's predictionsfor sour bile gently moves out of its, litll. estate.Their .
Hon dollars. The millionaire may foul or fair weather but these bowels without griping and you have '. dream is done, SUCCESSORS TO MAY-STOUT U/MBEft OO.
boast of his wealth and shout Clodhopper books are published for a different "'t'll. playful child again. Ask yoU Their sun is set-their Ibng-exultant DEALERS IN e
to the tillers of the soil, but section than ours end remind me ofa druggist for a bottle of "California sun-
without him Jits money would not circumstance: said to have occurredin Syrup of Figs" which contains full And in their stead Yellow Pine and Cypress Lumber. Novelty
be worth the dirt an ordinary farmercan Spain when the King and his courtiers directions for babies,.children of all ages Stand white Republics when the east
plow up in a short time. had selected a fins appearingday and for frrown-upe 'is red. Works in Connection.It .

We are still domiciled with our to 'ride through the country. They -_ In place of 'this, .
friend. William Temple. The old came across an old farmer who told CARD OF THANKS Their paltry panoply, a new metropolis U our pleasure to give you estimates at all times.

gentleman had a rather severe at. them they would get wet if they went We wish to thank our friends for Courteous Attention and Prompt Deliyerr.
sal fc 'jf pleurisy. Rex went to him very far. They laughed at the old their kindness to us, and for the lovo- A city of light
jtfiyit was soon over and he is at work man and proceeded on their journey. ly flowers sent us during; the illness Flames into fire, as stars flame in the Phone 2 1 Kissimmee, Fla. \
vjfth his cow and pony thitrmorning. They had not i gone far when there and death of loved night.
It reminded us of an incident told came up a hard rain and they all got MRS.our A. W.one.WIN'S And on the sky. fe wI.IM i &fei+ h': ..0... . . . ... ... O..600.00000060 oOto..ooo to. ... .. .--.- .. .,.'

by a physician who went to a patient a drenching. The King, admiring: and CH1L1)1 FN Is writ one wordtln"triumpb wild andYrhigh -- .. -- -
4 similarly attacked. If'.was a woman the wisdom of his informant, returned "

and the doctor left some liniment and and asked how he knew that the SOLDlEi. Democracy! __ _ ;: '
_
told her' husband to rub it on 'the'old' rain was ,coming on such a,, fairl' ap- HOW KISSIMMEE And it'hall last through all the years 1ii j : r

'lady's_chestwj', Going .back'!they next j pearings( j'daylhefaskedUhe'oldfmanMf'heihadj! i mr:"Illooked at'my almanac and it Down the deep night ; ;l.

the liniment directed.. The said fair weather, so I knew it would "For two years my stomach trouble I see the kings and emperors take,,
old man's reply was, "Well, not'exactly I' rain." Rex could grumble about the 2nd
was very bad, my doctor had to iniacl flight floor Citizens Bank Bid,., Phone No. 30. :
doctor we didn't have any weather but when he listens to* the morphine on several occasions when -Charles Hanson Towne.
E. chest, but we brought the old trunk j stories about the winters out westh
I stricken with these attacks.
" allover it is There was The Leading General-Insurance Agency In Osceola Co ; ;
easily quieted.
rubbed it a
down stairs and , ? very Since taking 4 bottles of Mayr's Won. Again "we are the people." Florida -
; and the old lady is better this morn, man going out to feed his stock ofa
derful Remedy I have been entirely has the Union Signal banner for \
.i"Il'" morning recently had to tie a'rope. WE REPRESENT THE AETNA, HOME OF NEW YORK, HARTFORD \
well and am serving in the United the largest per cent of her members,
': Our city farmers are certainly busy around his waist leaving the other States Artillery having been pro subscribers for the fourth time. T. AND MANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE

and from present appearances Kissimmee end at the house so' that he could be nounced in perfect health by Govern of COMPANIES; ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO., .
able to certain finding is back.
will .of
abundantly way ment physicians." It is a simple Our state president Miss Neal had :z: IN THE WAY OF FIRE
feed. themselves this year with plenty I L. n. Orawdy) and son, Joe from AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING ,
; to spare. I St. Cloud gave us a- call last week. harmless preparation that removes charge of the seating of delegates at 3: LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH, AUTOMOBILE, TORNADO. .
the catarrhal from the intestinal -
Our milkmen can furnish that lacteal -I That gentleman appears entirely un- tract and mucus allays the inflammation of the the national convention. She was one 3: BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive '
committee -
on appropriations .
in abundance. Our i ice men can concerned on account of the bill of
the 'indictment found against him by the which causes practically all stomach, and also director of the demonstration -
produce their product as long as liver and intestinal ailments including :=!= Insurance I
wood and water holds out, so that allthings grand jury, as he satisfied that a .on jubilee night./: Our delel'ateswearing /:
One dose will
can work together despite that I petit jury could not convict him on appendicitis. convince white and carrying poinset- ; .t
or refunded. For sale ALSO BONDS AND LIABILITY.
money tias on that evening.
meddlesome Kaiser and his motley the evidence that may be brought 'xr
forward. I by J. Z. Roberson druggist.For t IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION

crew.While at Mr. J. N. Smith's a few Hex has been in Florida consecutively Indigestion, Constipation or HKPOIIT OF THE; COMHTIOV OF {: AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION. i
tAys ago his old lady said that sheplanted for a number of years and can BiliousnessJust 'rI..-: MTATK ".'>K Of KIIIMnl! "':FJ .
..oooo.oO..O.OOOOO.4..0..oooo..oo.ovo..o... . ..
coffee beans. that this has been the I coldest .
some Perhapsif say lit KUnlMBirr. Im the State of
50-cent bottle of LAX-FOS
this was followed up In the proper and most disagreeable he has experienced try one Florida, .. tae Clone of Ils1d..e. -'
way results might follow. but the general hl'alth"Ot our WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive .. December old, 1917.
Prohibition and the one-quart-a- citizens: has been excellent. Our Laxative pleasant to take. Made and
friend E. II. has returned recommended to the public by Paris Medi- lleaonrrea
month law has certainly accomplish. Fennell
r ed a great deal of good. Rex is nota from a visit to the East Coast and although -> cine Co.,manufacturers of Laxative Bromo ronus,oana on on Rrnl Collateral J,atat
prohibitionist but he can recognize he saw. much there to please Quinine and Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic. Other than Heal Estate_ 100,000.00
All littler J-rfmnH and UIH"ollnta -
U t - -- - - -- -, -- ___u ____________.. 18A.fi3.12fl GROWN SELECTED SEED
(verdraft u_-._ ______ ? 257.10
t'nltcd Slates Honda ._ ___ B.fixs.Oii'
i'j ;: ::;, .J'J!" Other Ranking Ho nil"llonnp.__ _-._Furniture-____h-u_ 1,750.00 Spaulding'i No. 4 Rote, Early Red Bliss Triumph, Irish Cobbler

and Klxtiirt-H' : hn___..__. .2R.1i71.44, "'. are Now Ready to RrrHv. 0....... .... Make CoBtmcti. for Novem
Oth.-r Hoal KMnte 7,377.26. br. Dec BBbr II.. ......1'7 Delivery.
dnlniii and other Resources. Write for prices, slating qimntltlrH andurUtlen wanted. Our Sped
Fertilizers for Spring-Order Now. A. (". I. R. II Co575.21 Potatoes are the highest quality Male Grow. 8fl/rtcd' I needVe are
1'u*> from Incorporated familiar with the conditions In Florida: and our seed; Block )Is; selected
Hanks u .. un_._ 11.1,126.01! You should plant Malve Grows need for belt results. .
Checks amt KxrhariKC. for
C'l.mrlnix) _.._ -_ - _-_u __ S.S.10. 3 WRITS FOIL DE".J'I.J !SEeD''AT'ALOICE.. : i
4 g- The importance of ordering early your spring fertilizers can- ('."..h on Ifan.----------- 32.liNI.42!
ltVarianta __ ___ u -_ .__ 3,935,13Total
jl'i'_' not be too strongly emphasized.
1! The railroads are overwhelmed with traffic-moving troops _uu..J.| __ _ __$6 0,853.r.cl.lnlillHIeH > E. A. MARTIN SEED CO.

';' and supplies, and hauling the increased tonnage of nearly every "jipltHl Stoclt Paid I..u. ? IAOOOMOOUll'luh Oldest P Corner tabllshed Newman and IMTKI and liar.. Ht Surd Jarknom house. la. Fla.the State. I
: :- fund nnn__ _ 17.5OIMH:; ,
m' line of business. Unilliiluil, 1'iontH) .11'". Kxp4 -

t ...<, Only a small fraction of the GO.OOO(\ cars ordinarily used to haul n.livldtial>tiHfN and lii-ixiHilH TaicfH( .'Sul..1.\1>)Jl J-<.t 2.204lift -

rthe: fertilizer tonnage of the South will be available this season. Tim.,<> check(Vl tlflc'lllfH.. of I DcKiHlt| 274"I!13,327: B2 4.KVilified .... .......... .... ....... .**..... .... OO.OO.O.. .

CtiwkH, _ u "ft.84 .
., "'"..hl"r'.. ChockH OutRtarul- ..
T ....,. .. Order Use of log _ __ _ ._ 4.IR918 j Cold for Fresh Meats
Y early. an ample supply __ Storage
; ; _
i ;;; ;;;;; ;;;;;;;;; ; a\illK iOi"KllH 72.803,4(!
...'......,;;I:'::::::::::::ii! :: :::::::.t: :., hi h.A'rade. dependable fertilizer. You tllla I'uval.le _ __h hh_- _- 30,000.00N'oteK J

C 'can afford to be more generous than Ml Other,iind IJllMlillc-H IllllH. KfillHronntril, Col 11-! 6.1100.110.. Etc.

"ARiViDl1R"j: usual, for today a barrel of potatoes or a tloiiH on hand ..--. .- ___ C62.So J J Eggs, Vegetables, ,

:r :, box of fruit will buy more fertilizer than Totnl __u c-$5'Jos53.5u! ..
111..1..1.1..1..1..1; ; ; ; STORAGE RATES ON MEATS:
tatorI'lnrldu
: $/ ,
1 ::
L Vii l i in normal times. 4
\ i Enrich \\St Soil County of Onreola. KH. :
I 7'' i rlt: i h g 1 Armour fertilizers for spring are ready 1 I. Koma Thomas. Cashier of thenhovenamed 4 4 Quarter of Beef _._I,1ac lb. Meat 'left in Storage and 4

*.> p j( ii Increase the Yield ij I i 1 fertilizers of proved crop-makingqual.a hat l the above l bank statement' do nelemnly I" true to swear the 4 4 Whole Hogs _I,1ac I lb. cut a* need Ie lb.

: !II!! if Hasten Maturity! Ii: ii ity-to meet every need of crop and soil. >ent of my knowledge and belle 4 I

}} !i jj; Improve the Qi jlityit it t\. Get in touch with our agent today or ROMA: THOMAS. Cashier.CorrectAttest . 4 4 Curing Pork ready for smoking, 1 l-2c. per pound,
.
?:uaaaaaum aaunausala: -- write for special circular describing our N. C Hryan 4
j tf and ,2c
K. I* Lesley' 4 Curing Smoking, per pound.
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t FERTILIZERS ''j complete line. II. Fleming 4 ,
Director 4 1 l
Riil).orlhe ; ::::::;::;:;:;::::: :mm::::::::
:::: ireARMOUR his 4 .
FERTILIZER WORKS J. D. JKPr'OnDS. Notary Public. .
4. the ... ..

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA To Cure a Cold In One Day.rake 4 '....U"'!<.
.., Waters & Carson Grocery Go. '
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Cough: LAX and ATTVH SIeatoc2i;. BROMOQulola.and work.off II Mop the Cold.the KISSIMMEE ICE & COLD STORAGE CO. i ., ,,

Dru.ctttt.-refaiid mooey iN tail* to core. ; .4
K. W. GJIOVK'S Icnatura CO cacb too*. Joe. fN8. .. .OO.OO..O..O..O..O... ,.... ., .
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FOUR THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. JANUARY 18, 1913I _ _ _. _, _ _ _ _. __ __.' _. ._ ___ _ _ _
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: K1SIMiAL feasible! Surely I if Uncle Sam can 1 SECRETARY WAR BAKER YOUTH FORCES WAY INTO driver! by that time. Srgt.wind Roberts blow Classified Advertisements >
I t GAZETTE! said he had l never felt the
take from their -homes and from
men
their profitable occupation and GIVES STATUS OF U. S. ARMY NAVY FOR WAR SERVICE htrongcr. They 1"0ull.Kcarcely J keepOuir \: ...........-
their .
; .. and had to feel 4
--- footing
t
throw them into the trpnches, he can
Published Every Friday. take the idlers and utilize themin Washington I)., C.-Secretary )Bak .1' Joseph -.David. 18 years old, a Jew way through the freezing darkness I I.ITTI.K KAHM 1 In, town nt low i>i .,... ..
; 01.. !. Taller' before the military has literally Last night ( 'i!
KI..'.._. flarldaW. producing food to save the nation I er's statement senate ish lad from St. Cloud / cleared cil. Hiid In cultivation; r"l\e,." "i.
t from starvation. There Is much manpower committee contained'the follow forced his way into the navy, in .order on again. Everything was woven wire; ttmnll houno; Klabl.WillI. .

i .. IIARHIS ... H. U. VANS! AU.-.KW going to waste. It can be .cap ing passage referring to the present that he might get into the big but we had laid .in supply of tallow Hplendld l26, well of pure soft m..V":

Owner italized by mobilization and disci- : strength of thermilitary forces of the fight and do his bit. lamps. killed I kinds:budded trees worth fruit trees of vailouH; .

I ......h... N., ItBubiMTllKloa pliM. United States: Joseph came to this city several There was only one soldier Al of ,,",tlr'' property: moro Kino than|1)la"] eric| "
I'' -' "On-the first day of April 1917, the days ago and applied at the navy recruiting He was from the 122 Infantry. trucking and poultry raining. ( ijI-(0\,
+ "RIGHT AND JUSTICE FOR regular army" he said "comprised station. He said his father itable blew over on him and hurt two I $750. half cash; l..a. than the I"'N
Hlotie'
wurth.
( VOMENOF TilE WORLD" 5,791! officers and 121,797 enlistedmen and mother were born in .Russia an (,thers. ,n..Ulnu.,are Ask Nelson UcBt Uculty of ronsuim fur

I 1 ....:..- ; the national guard in federal i that he was born in New York. H< Well' we livid through it andcan I Inly about II. 'oinuuriv'
( Although not endeavoring to force service, approximately 3,733 officers I claimed that both his parents win > winder what will'happen next. i I Ml' ACUICH. land, ii! 1-2 lion from, Kin.,
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.
today ( Sun .1m" 1 I -2 ''inI lull n-uin,
and enlisted and the Co. Ii was on jcuard Htatloii.
76,713 men dead.
the ; reserve
; IJ his views on subject upon congress and I Mcliool. cliurth; 40 acre* I""r..d .
-President was given an opportunity 4,000 enlisted men. There were lie gave'his age; as. 18 years but h< Jay). Sergts. Ashton. Thomas fi-m-cd with woven wire; 'box hoim aI,.,
last night to use his influence also at that time approximately 2,573' did not l look that old to. I... C. Benedict Tindali were in charge of the guan maliU-H, K..od land nwneri In a MlvMuurl -

J in behalf of .woman suffrage, officers in the reserve but at these : in charge; of the office. There We were on guard Christmas day' anrdidn't I man will\ exehaiiK" for. ."wn
for ..
the. chimes of I propbrty Koodi winter h' . tlouj/
hear
when a dozen members of the house were on inactive duty they can not was apparently no way of making a as much as I, IIIHII ran make enough to pay,, fr
which votes on the federal atr\end-\ )U? properly considered in estimatingthe verification of facts relating to the Christmas bell)]*. Also were on guard land Ii)'. growing on" crop of vulti.

mnt today visited him and risked for strength of the army of the Unit- place, of his .parents" birth" his, own New Year's day and, I believe each.. Thviv, .... ,IH a bc-nilnK Kryvv on .hf|,
,
I li 1
S rll Koud land.
I, an expression. These few lines dictated ed States at that time. On, the 31st nor his .g-?. Joseph. was "turned Sunday 'since then. Sl'i-K.\'l| ; ::-': ,lr> 8-rooni house Ask line N..I""I"uliad.' .'.
by the President, express' his day of December, 1917 the regular down.." No France for us" for wu! ,wtfl be. : 'fruits. and. extra Inc loi-allon : 011,1, !

viewsf army consisted of 10,250 officers and This was several days ago.. Since here for' eighteen weeks longer for by a party that will sell for I.IhHII" .

"The committee found that the' 474500; enlisted men; the national then Joseph has been visiting the recruiting some special' training Wo would fur( I ftolllitur.actual I valtin Full I ;Iarllcul..ra boat of reanoim.

ICnteal 1 President had not felt at liberty to /guard of 16,031 officers and 400,900 station every day ,trying to !'Mther h'a\\ her. Laredo Texas is partl.-K, Ask NvlBon H"I to
$ One fopy, Onn Ycir-------$2 (10 voluntscr his"" advice to members of enlisted men; the national army of convince those in charge of the office rt 'paradise\ comparison with Macon. tVmpany about It. .
( Six Months _ -_ _J 1. I 480,000 men and the rveof that he level" anxious to anywhere rather too ACHKS good l land close to town\
On* :op) -- -- .JJ congress! in this1 important matter, res<;! 84,575 was "on the IInd 'want. We are go : I KroIiiMt kind
L One Copy. Thi, "e JlusthIi'--------- but when we sought his advice he officers: and '72,750 enlisted men. In ed to fight. than to stay here; We sic all well; lnrK genuine I barKali and favoralilo of land tei' ,u'
I other words in nine months the Increase he located his uncle here. better have plenty to (at, for It. Com let nix
I' AU conmunUuttons( -xc.t( fiom ojir- very frankly and earnestly advisedus Yesterday : never felt : to pay i us show ) ou.
authorized e..rr""I'"llde/ll.( muni llajtifd > to* vote for the amendment as an has been from 9.524 oflicers He got his uncle to make out an affidavit hut just don't like. Camp Wht>elcr. :Nelinn; Henlty toinpany. i <'..
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by the< writer. act of right and justice for the women to 110,850 officers end from 202,510to regarding: his own age: and regarding !- But we are trying to make the bent of 740 AC'IIKS, IInc,on close Rood. to county town owned road (ni.IphoiK' '1i\ .

.,. Rejected .nh t.T will not be returftadtinleaa I of the country and of the :world" I,428fi50 men; his parents. The affidavit it. W T are in the army now, where l.lilo' man Mho will exchange for 01.)' j.'

r called for* . A I That it is nothing more than an "During) .the war with. Spain the was: signed -by a Jewish' rabbi who all othtr true.ht>artcd boys arc. ,property, .. or Ohio' form. |4t PIT flcrv.
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(Entered In the I'ortofllca at KI..lm'l "act of right and justice" to give the army of the United States at its maximum knows Joseph's uncle. Thus armed \\ere'llomewhat surprised when FINK.l on'little' Kealty farm I ('In i'nipnny.city; 28 |tj .
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nee. Florida DH .e"ond.da". .. womcn.the right of franchise if, they strength aggregated 277,000men Joseph confronted Mr*,' Benedict "yes-. we' learned our Top Sergeant Metlowan rlrh proiluotlvn. land beet HOK-H'If t ..I.very .-
I desire it is or should be evident to all! and officers.: The army now In'' terday afternoon.: had married. He left hereon v locution; *, nuperlfir I Intidn .and worth i

JANUARY 18, 1911Florida I men .who claim to be fairmindedand -' the field and in training .U; therefore, : "You win," said the r.cruiting.offi-: a business trip to Kissy., but ,we of C*ION| of<> "pa Inveatlitatlon.>ment. ('5,1 huxe'.'avorabloI"'rlll. IK-HI ,.

its\ equally evident that a majority roughly six times as great ns the cer! "Uncle Sam needs lads. like, you." never dreamed{ the business, was so city nd\Hiitane and ...Un) pruduclH. ({

Is the object of much unfavorable 'of the women do desire': that maximum number under arms In the 1 1Spanish.Amerlcan -Times-Union. I' important ai!*\! that. Co. H extends fn-Bh. I ,....11 tin* ....II. Ntlnou. ItiujiIVinpnny ,

Comment just now and all ] right.Vornari suffrage has not as war. < hearty congratulations to the 8el'';. SiiMK, i I: i0i! ....li .-v.hai.vito "lins.. Ml,
I because of the..hotels and l'esta1lrants'l strong a foothold in th-9 South as it "The total number already in the : CERTAIN.TEED PRODUCTS mid Mrs. McGow'an and hopes that I.'A,ii I. to chnnitit lix-Htlxiiii. .\\i-lt t, i iuhut ."'

: .__ '. Jt. is..sal J the hotelsand restaurants A.foniof has -in oth.er' sections but the cause military service is one and a half I 1 their future may ,I b> a I plea ant o le. 'vou IUIMt. <>, trailtNfUmi. :; I ,,
.--. ''t.W":' 'ivin '. .tjmei .asrjarge .n' f.Q _. ,CORPN. ELECTS OFFICERS there I It.itll.v, I i 4 '..,uP'''II)'.
aio1ibt hai.1nereascd4natrength to. !i enybilized our'blktTel' <<'j I I .jwon: " -- re--mo.j . - : ''',. ;. .. .: ; :': ,'I Andhqwcjvishth! : lj : !: ,
-!: ;
t food conservation proper considera I deiful, degree! in recent years, and ,..: in .this nation.: 1 .wouM'lave: ?\iX'T/:' /, 1rW/111v( 'j.tlUIf'n' f _;r"n! \ }. ).:'}'",fJd.MjfftF.! !, ..

tion.. If this be true it should he ,should the amendment be submitted I At.a meeting: of'the I.board of directors -I light to starve -a girl to death as ftn, <- nice HaiMU I'")'.' price fftA.n

rectified at once that the whole state it is highly probable that a majorityof of the Certain-teed Products anyone; don't. you think so ? OIK ,n>llr top (.I.-Kit. rune ':0.'''',

may not suffer from the stigma of Southern slates will favor it, although AMERICA'SPEACE TERMS Corporation St. Louis' Robt. M. Nelson -I join l.anier was taIlsfO'rel, , lat", I "I",1.L'lioO I "(\; "r.it I .-a) bluh Htiiall. 1 I pi-alrl lanch.\' \<' In pi ml''loo', |,il.$,"I 1,1, .'.'".<

this unpatriotic a tion. some of the "hidebound" variety advertising manager, was elected I week but was river and }took dinner 1 (HIii i <"!" '. ".,'m". 11.01'I ( . ---- -- .- - may not. secretary and treasurer to fill! the i with us today. .1 1 don't think he likes 1. 2,. -I 1 and. 4 > oam

The Maine's City Herald] says: Ca-' "For centuries and centuries although Washington' I D. C.-President Wilson -i vacancy created. by the election of I over there very much. I ;:1 HI.<,<.* ..I./1". **4 0 uo Uio'npat 1 IMJXPH I nra..lo n.C'nI of. prrnlur,pi.\U>.< *-, _

tor bean cultivation in Uade county men of a high type paid her in an addl'.?"s to Congress delivered -! John C. Colling to the.position of.vice I Corporal I :Sumner" has b". '" routined! ,] r.I "''". 52I4I4 ash. lnlai",":,. 'In 4 equal ,1'Klallinint

is receiving great attention It is seeming honors' ,. woman was littlemOl' a re-statement of war aims in :I president. Mr. Nelson is u graduate 1 to 1m tent with a cut foot hut is ''. '
,
4' bean will than bond slave and chattel. ) with the recent declaraUion i of Harvard College and has been conI OIK- nii'i Ulllionltnttp/ I with R\ room, .
expected that the castor ? a J agreement I better now. I II.I Ii. 'porclii-K.' .mivnui'. on trI<-k xli.-i,
produce fifty bushels or more per She is rabidly! breaking her shackle by the British Premier LloydIUJeoige. 1 I nectedyith the Crtuin-tced Company I . He..pe.'tfullv, I I I <.,IIIHI. lit': ..pr I.-..- > I I 2 rrlil( ( ,'''cv teritlHT

acre in this county owing to the fact however, am| the rule of equal suf-j ; The President, presented a j since February 1914. COMPANY(): H. '; o li;" n Hllfi-M; :prU-t l f2C> n nil i |4iline ;>
lot
Hli-l\lnu
nt
that the plants commonly live and frage in the United States will give j definite program for world peace containing I A dividend of $4.00 per share WIISdel'lul'e.d I Six 'IdU'lieii: talilen 3nur and. oilier nw n fluui-s fun, .

four Several her increased opoitunity to work for fouiteen specific conditions as on all outstanding common I"" ,. for mono ilcHliInu' .
War for three or years. I .1 I t'ASTOK 1IKA.N: :-\ (: UO\MN) ) :-\<; a lenipm' i '
hundred acres will he planted in the herself her children, and h-T kind follows: !I stock, payable! January :8th, to stockholders . niiUit for ulntej-t I Hi-aioii.,
I.. .' ,,
DISCCSSKI) HV 'Ill. SMITH': iu-tiH l.imt borildlnir ,lh* Ifi.f.- '
next few months, and the acreage throughout \\'ol'ld.-Tampa'rime.'.. 1. Open covenant of peace without of record January 17th. All _. I"ti. I k I load\ iHU"lnlni' 1.11,It. reach the thousand mark I by *- - private international understanding. 'I I dividends on the first preferred 7 per ;; I ICunlmued i ih..e I l'ilnJ, 'OOIMIII, iiion jour own li-rin-, .t
may
I ( i fiom r Page (One) 1 :. latlil .. tl
March 15. 2. Absolute! freedom of the seas in ,>; cent cumulative stock and second, preferred aileM ? ,! nol ulilit| aH '10" l.ut
OLD) GLORY I t.1 I \\ilhln, I I.. tnlli of 10\4'1.\ l road, and Fn
pence or war except as they may 1 hE'1eloM.d I I 7 cent cumulative stock made \\ilh .
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NEW PAPER FOR ST. CLOUD by international action. have been paid to date, and the sinking I hut hue not yetucercil, (' I OLD GLORY- say who, 3. )Removal of all economic bar-,,, / fund fcr the redemption of first I : of bt'iins i for. maiKi't i ) "I" seed. |1 l-'toin tlmi. to HimI, I liavo arcuniuljitil ,, ,
clop .
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By the t.hips and the ('Ie\v. I. I ji 1 lot of .rn( flvtniPN. furnlt'iii.ni.ii .
4 St. Cloud' is to have another newspaper tiers! and establishment of equalityof 1 preferred has been set as.id-j. as required. .- My first. pluntll1Jr'aM :"M: aci<'II'''' him, i\ Kanoline, and, i ilertrlc I-MIII,.
which will make its bow to the And the long, blended ranks. of the. trade conditions among) nations j I which (' iup 1I1I..j). enough: but'I'IIILI") hoi,.Hi. .H., i'l,' I P.oforibuln I g eon,ulline t I

public next Friday January 2Jth. It gray and the blue- consenting to peace and! associating I The corporation has just closed avery I were scalded bcfoto, I the foliage was > oii run y llml a .hariraln.AUTIiru I .

will be known as The Ilsraldand Who gave you Old Glory, the name themselves in agreement. ,,, successful year, and unless con .sufficnently profuse to protect the I K. VONK'IAN.KlMHinirnei: : .

when we state that Stonewall Jackson that you bear i. Guarantees fo r. the reduction of';{, !shortage or transportation troubles routs from the sun after heavy rain. I -, Fijirmt

Triplett will guide its destiniesno With such pride everywhereAs national armament to the lowestjpoint !i I arise, the officers are looking for. This was on, 'flat pine land not um'cr!' .I.I0.S.: : .:: .IMI-IRSUN!' rvi'K .
you cast yourself free to the rapturous consistent with domestic safety. ward to 1918 business I full drainage l and the l huns had been,
) more need be said. Mr. Triplet! I as another roeI I wniTin.) : MIIHKI Iii itii: ':. vis-
has been known of Florida's air {lit Thei adjustment: of all colonial I ord breaker. planted on. the level. I IHI.IAS lillllll' '' AS NI-;\\', .\PI.IIII
as one
for And leap Out full-length as we're claims! based upon the principle that I, My !second! planting was on ridges 1 I ft! Knutli; Vcrhon t'. it
brightest I
newspaper men years 'I I
wanting you to ? -the people concerned have an equal or beds about :i to 4 inches high and
the :MEN THOUGHT I
a'matter of TO BE
it
and was regret to Who gave you that name with the right/; with. interests of the govern I 2 feet wide and 4 fei't between cen. t..1t 101 \1.1': fe i "KT; <.H, S acres. clear' .1 I Ii
fraternity all over the state when GERMAN 'SPIES RELEASEDContinued >i I'ul l plowi-.l 1. nil I I uiuicr good ten.' ,
., laid aside the editorial h'l ring of the same, ment. .!I ters.: -Thin crop would have mud ''I...... lintixi, I luraliMl I J.."t ou(sId.- eltl .
I pen. And the honor and fame so becoming. lti.; The evacuation of Russian ter (food 'but for grasshoppers and brown .Ii",u"I C. : .luul ,,,.jll'h".rh.: .,,... Clo..1
to you ? rkory and the opportunity for Rus- ( from'I'age One) corn weevils. >l''>|,uHltliin I I If tiikrn "r..mrlly.,1.I ,i-
PR ST. THOMAS AND PARTY Your sian political iln-MK <>\\ ,,, ; stripes stroked in ripplas of development. merce who said the had i,
men lived Many have indicated Flu .
people to me ifl '.'
7. The evacuation of Belgium ____ _ _ _j_
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HONOR GAZETTE OFFICE white of red, there for a year and were thought to I. their desire to grow castor beans in '1;,
; With your stars at their glittering without any attempt to limit her sov- '. be hard working and though they Florida hut they all nay they have l" Till.t :,.,II1js.Cor: .. "1. Apply- to M. J

; Wayne Thomas editor of the Plant best over-head ereignity. . I I i seemed peculiar and radical socialists been unable to secure seed 1 of the .

I City Courier, and president of the' Dy day or by night 8. All French territory to be freed! they were considered harmless. proper or acceptable bean to$ prow KHMiiSS.n.l 1.,1'1ror. n free aniu- I 'tj:

Florida State Press Association, ,.ac- Their delightfulest li htLauR'hin and restored and reparations made I j Harry Alexander: a well-dressed and have heen warned that the common |1,10 l POI V or lli I KlorUla Fnrmvr "fl.- f :..
} his wife and Editor A down fiom their little for the taking of Alsace and, Lorraine I of about wild of j.IO'k"un. i.'iI'lIsltu..I| at, Jnckaonvlllfl-7
I companied by : young man twenty who gray castor bean Florida I Ti-llH nlintit Ilvi-Htock 1-alnlnir R. Mason of the Lake Wales Highlander square' heaven of blue-, y. Readjustment of came from the same place and was and which is most prolific in yieldin ) poullry. i-ltriiH fruit and true ".
Italian frontiers
r' I'. passed through Kissimmee Who' gave you ,,the- name_ _, Old_ ,_Glory_ ?_. on clearly lines of frequently seen in theircompany atst4 beans and in oil ((35 per-cent of thrfftvara Inn.' lisle<- a for month nt hoe per y.nr---
,, recognized
fl.no.
r l' ,1 yesterday'';, in ., Mr," Thomas's,, automo{ I '''''','\\m8ayliwho nationalitylOJnBrreestfoDportunitvllforf'auto,, , ;". Cloud had been arrested .as an their, weights-art) ? poisonous, and,, not ul ; llt.'n..rllllfAr"'I'oji; ll Only pt'r'JiJn,IIv.I"C'k' Jh..

: i 1 A'. I bile,?stopping* !long j enough? to|make Who1'l'a! '." ou he name of Old iiI \ -, accomplice':>.. the, two-,;,. men.,1/'He: acceptable 111'\\1'11.. I..d" y II1 iI'II1m\'tGJV.fIi' \ i r,; :. ,' .;,

[the Gazette'' offices afrl'ternal[call. gBI Glory'. nomicul FdevelopmentlofaUheB. peoples claimed to be Aether-weight1\ prize W1Nfrom experience whir ha -. ii111I ; !,;

': .iI Editors Thomas fond |Mason.|had ofAustrIalI I 1 fighter jfroniSthejminingjdistrictr! >eur CostS me\thousaml.ilofj? dollars" I offer r TP pi

!I been 'up to Sonford to'meet'withthe'! And t pake. with a shake of the Hi 1 The"e\'acuatlon IIngary "of 1 Rumania 1 Commerce f and las 1 there!wasl nol]evtj. the..fulluwing'/lulgestionsf for .,hi 'lPO.Iu'IPietusUforll5Ilhnus.k4.u.PiflM rnCutv fBlltmt I hnUHI'l CU>H Iii

executive committee of thePress Association voice, and it said f Serbia and :Montenegro with dence against him he .was released.Mr. my" FIoHdians! Irs i iL4'eUsf Itul KntaKt l and In
,
". and arrange a program 'for \( By the driven -snowwhite'and the to the sea for Serbia, and international access- Englesby expressed hims-elf as in the hope of. savinA' them time and I BufHtu-e, 116 nlisl'lette St. 1'honc 242I'OH .

:. the annual meeting, which will be !I II living blood-wd guarantees of economy and political well pleased with Sheriff Ingram's : money and to aid them to be patriotic I !SAMOl: { It" :I1T-I1..w: colts. .
I held in leLand Daytona and New Of my bars, and their heaven of stars ) independence and territorial action in the matter and said the cir1 as well. ". I A 1'.1). 40.1( Vln<' trixt. b2-IOII'

I Smyrna in April,' dividing the ses oahead, integrity/; to the Balkan State 1' cumstances were more suspicious Our U. S. I Department of Agruul- i '' I IIII.

sion between the three cities. By the symbol conjoined of them all, l:?, Sovereignly for the Turkish | than ordinary in such cases but he ture at Washington was established :'1 /\1111\11'.. :! M.XXT8 f,,, 0111., tI lS::: ,":;

: President Thomas says the program skyward cast, portion of the Ottoman Empire with feels convinced that the men are to assist farmers and growers praclically I "H'/I"I' l., c.m, m.- .
I will be an unusualy interesting As I float from the steeple or flap other nations under the Turkish rule I merely: fanatics and recommendedthat I and it is my opinion that the '"!"' nt i- u m i i-i.uii' < ,, fin.r.iN' _

one this year, and he hopes the at- I from he mast, assured their safety and "security, / and they be released. Department should manifest some activity ,. ..:.!2:__ __ : -611'" '
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tendance will be larger than hereto. 'I Or d'-oop o'er the od where the lonir orjnortunitv> for autonomiral dovclonI I As :Mr. Ingram had received a wire in. this direction. I I 11'< .,II oi-li'K SM.K: I...!* K.3.1..4 S.., w:

fore. I grasses nod- rr.t-nt: : also that the Dardanelles be j, from U. S. Marshal Boswell instructing Inasmuch as our Department) of !I'i 1 I rt::,Ui"wlu-"V, -4.s:: ..r Uiinu.: ?: N. I'rl.', b..'"
j 'YI : l'it'.t,. .,
:My mime I'll as old as the glory of him to be Agriculture has :II ": ) l"nurc'I 1 1.M.il.lMll ,
permanently, open to all nations. ]I governed b'y'the wishes not the information I I III k.tIt. :3-ii 1eiI. #
nUAFT11:' AGRICULTURAL; (:od. 1:1.:) Establishment! of an independ- i of Special Akent Englesby the men nec.ssary to assist us! )lructi"lIlIy.1 I
I So I came by the of 'could not 1.":si 1' ItIlIH'" ..r .., ,: ; ;;- :: t' .
ARMY name ,, ( I.t Polish State inhabited indisput- !I were given their liberty today. co-operation on their I part ,. I. H. ' '---J
i i Old Glory.; b'y by Polish populations! with free with our consular service at liombay, 1! 1 KK--t( 'ti.i" i.-U.. "i.-wnnl' .

r Uncle Sam is mobilizing> the resources -Jam'e., .. Whitcomb Hiley. access( to the (tea and political and I I I LETTER FROM SERGT. ROBERTSCO. Calcultta and Madras be made productiVe : -.--..- -. -- -- ---- -_--J-I ,-p<| .

: of th:? Nation. Men I nave been economical independence and tjrritcriul -|I j of best results? :Since the 1 .'. '11 ." : -2 ...., ... ..i".. '", Ir..,.. J t1I1P, ',
t drafted for the army by the hundredsof Special prizes are offered to the integrity guaranteed by international B. 124 Reg. bulk of the castor beans! imported,I 'I ill'!'lift 11In''A.VlitJ( '1011"0' ",' ; ;.
thousands a..d they are undergoing girls canning clubs and the boys. corn I I covenant. Wheeler into America are grown in India and I I 1',11|" h"/ll" "..' II !Ihl!; 'sl'l.'j"A I
Camp Ga., Jan 13, 1918. :'I""r..I. "" 'H'I. ,
training that will perfect them physically and pig clubs for exhibits at the coun- J 14 International agreement; of nations We are enjoying sunshine shipped through the throe ports Ii r-Mii iI

and transform them into f fighters ty fair. under specific covenants from but Oh today' above. mentioned. I should think it t I I'll 101.\1.10-\: Hiiiull" IIOIIHO niKl 1I\.t
cold wind
and also .
Railroads and steamships are, rrutii'ttl of you ; would be an matter to I' a.r, |, of l oak hll" ,
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I guarantees! political inde. easy secure >n'' lnn.'. ,lAtrlk", ,\'
4 talking over our experience of Friday I l.nrwl i I ,iin.l, l
being taken over as needed to serve l-endence and territorial integrity; for I bona fide high: grade seed castor I' ,..parti lv f.-ie.l. lJ U I.-k -
I CII UIIU.no .
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night which was not at all pleasant "si| Al len ,
governmental requirements. Government Public Schools To small and large States alike i beans samples of the earth in which I I -<. Malo, i /Ir''itIro, , Ve( lVotnl -
for we came in contact with the worst I at ' I
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'; experts are /getting a line on I "For such agreements and oven- they grew, and a complete history of ri ll' ,1.
the food supply and are urging peopleto Have Exhibits At ants." said the President in conclu- j j cyclone we hav ever seen. It started their culture including soil treat. I

conserve food. Farmers are being I sion. "we are willing to fight and {1 about 4 p. m. Friday and rained ment, cultivation. way harvested and I ''r- aitci'I
I
urged to produce maximum crops and Great State Fair continue to fight until they are i as if the bottom of the clouds had means used for removing the beans ,: THE MAN TO GO TO
dropped out, and with it a high wind. from hulls.
liberal mini achieved for wish the ,
they are guaranteed a we right to prevail ] I for. oub-lrrlKXIon,
mum price for their products. Withal I and desire only ,a just and stable I Water flooded many mess halls arid I am willing i : and ready to cooperate or riprrt d.....>Kr In j.out, -

prices of food are still soaring./ The I Duval) County Will Not Be peace. Such a program," he added tents, and by 5 o'clock it looked as with the Government in th." de I ...''...r.. all dlfn.ul.. and I'rh''.,. .ur...,.)
though/; the storm was over, but by velopment of the commercial ronalruftlon.
retail merchant alleges: that the I "removes the chief provocations for I castor .'". reinforced
wholesaler is advancing the price on Outdone By Other I war." 6:30 it started anew but no rain. It bean in Florida. The details of pro I I I'""" '-cr"- brl,15.ronrrrtv.. and work relaimlag .
I blew down many tertts and carried ducin this are too numerous ".U... 'ddrri.WILBUR : ;'
t_ him and the wholesaler says the commission Counties crop t'-r'
I
man is holding him up. The I i FLORIDA RANGES BETTER I| many wore in its path. We used all to discuss in this article. A. GINN. Civil Engineer i1S
Fully Impressed with the ncngltr.. the ropes we could get to tie down ALEX. REMINGTON-SMITH.: SAM-'OHU. .' :
commission the is I .
may says producer j of having fine exhibits at the Florida THAN GREAT SOUTHWEST.I our tents, and would place ourselves ,,,1_ .OltH) .. I,
not producing enough to feed the '
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United Stat PaJr"and Imposition in Jackson- I as braces on the inside! and at times no _. __ __ _____ _ ;
States the prl and'I ' Allied nations. .. so villa from February 26 to March 8. W. N. Waddell of Fort Worth Tex., I I I it looked as though/ the tents would ,; X_: :_< up goes (: 1918, Bounded a keynote in the sixth annual !
Inclusive in order not to be out '1 go anyway. By ten o'clock the wind s:
With genuine concern goevrnment: done by other counties in the State 1 convention of the Florida Livestock I I :?.
seamed to be and it freez- f.
food experts urge that food be saved'; who have secured Association in its second day's ,. higher was
1 III.a..e| fur great sesbion '
that waste will n1l.'lIn' actual distressin at Jacksonville Meek ing. Everything we had was wet. WeIidn't i
School Exhibits the Hoard of 1'ubllc I last when Poll Tax
a very short time. A campaign of Instruction of Duval county, )held a he said the solution of the no-fence ( have any' fire, so we wrappedup Notice *
education is in progress all overthe meeting Oils. week at which Superintendent -1 problem) in Florida] was the leasing' I the best we could] and decided to r.

country, having for its object the 1 Fons. A ]latha"' ay urged r.ropoltition. similar to Texas. If I j I let the wind have its way, and were :L'. -

pledge of the housewives that they' prompt action on the Hoard' part, r<>- < fence their propcity, I soon asleep.] So when morning dawned -

will conserve food. IVices. have boon puIUng( In un unanimous opinion being I free range cattle owners will have I Camp Wheeler didn't look so pleas- ::: Kiss lI1U1CC Fla. Jon s
t
so' high fur the past two or three exprottuad for the county's to buy or lease lands!! to use for pasture II i I nat. Boys were busy raising theiri'atterel 15, 1918 :E

years that all but the most opulent tJctpation.I par'I'I and then development of the cattle 1 tents; others carrying out

', housekeepers have been endeavoring I Superintendent Hathaway Immediately industry will commence in earnest. large blocks of ice that had frozen in Notice is

to. prevent waste of food! in their appointed a R<-nr>ral committee He told those assembled that Florida 'I their tents during the night/; ; shoes hereby given that in :r 'f'

A homes.: Under expert instruction 1: composed of the principals of the ranges were better than tho.se in the and boxes were frozen to the floor. x

they may do better. Hut the real need schools and the departmental commit- great Southwest, namely the five We fared very well. Our tents are j I: order to 4j ", I

of the nation is an increase in taea to get together an exhibit representing nOt'thernItate8/! of Old Mexico, I on the hill, so we. had no ice to content participate In the City ; .

duction. The elimination of the pro-I I all the schools In the county. zona and New Mexico over Arl'l with.

sumer who is a non-producer is needed I'i Tb. following are appointed to have had traveled. 'No water which Our electric lighting system here t Election poll taxes

The best way for eliminating the- I i i' charge of the work : Miss. Martha causing the destruction .of. millions of is fed by fifiOO volts from somewhere\ must be paid I !1
drone is Reerea will have charge of the exhibit: cattle in that section now, he pointedout and about 7 o'clock the. campSTWere in
by mobilizing him as the .
I of worjc in music; Miss Mary Young as one of the chief darkness. A before
reasons Flor. huge pole blew down or
t drafted army has been mobilized. on Saturday Feb.
i 9th.
will supervise the exhibits: In horn economics ida
1 Draft the hundreds of thousands of was more desirable. He cited the that supported this WOO current and !
and domestic science; A. B.
I coyotes and wolves of all wheltbe' wires
/species! got together it
gavea
loafers the
on same plan that the Rutherford will have charge of the
which prey on cattle and the loss light that could
I be seen for miles
army was organized and give them a exhibit: from the high schools as a from
4 month in a training camp, then start whole; and the manual training exhibit 1 in which prairie cattle dogs break burrowing limbs. holes at around.this time It was a real white light and '. f
Sergt. Roberts and his
them to work as an agricultural army will, be la charge of C. B. Howell. -
The
r under the same rigid discipline as the great domain of South Florida" force got busy and finally got the C. L. BANDY
where weather is mild and plenty of current off; but It had killed cab : '
tfgrhting men. Have them clear up the Although a number of counties will water is to be found was the at,
surpriseof
stretches of wild lands and cultivate make great efforts to carry oft the
vast his life. he- said, in talking] to the Th. Oukilrw That Dots Not Affect tilt..Head. Tax Collector.
first Duval will endeavorto
them. Millions) of idle acres prizes. bounty<< convention. The livestock 1'1'o 'I
-J would then be forced to produce and be there on the horn. stretch, and sanitary Became o( It. tonic and laxative effect. LAXA : .
board he said
of TIVK BKOMO
; was one the most OUININB better than ordinary'
the food supply' would be ample fore 1 the displays will be of Interest to all important steps toward better cattle Quinine and doe. not c..... neron.aeaa nor : :
6-4t
}) fAl possible demands. The pIn is who attefad the Stat Fair. in JaSf !'I1Iiaaln head. aem_ fall name and
Florida., ki, for the imature ol 7tb. oaov Joe.A .. ....... .......1.'ooooooo.oo.o .o..oo..o.
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-. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY. JANUARY 18, 1918 FIVK

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) -,: INTERESrINC--LOCAi-ITEMS Poll.l taxes" must be paid on or be-
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I fore Saturday, Feb. 9th, in order to

qualify to vote in the city' election.5-4t See Our Line of

\i: "OoH+HoOoOouo o<:oooo<: Goodrich Rubber Goods compiete'l
a
Pay your poll\ taxes now and qualify -
line at Central Drug Store. to vote in the city election. Read :

;;} : Weather 'Report J. J. Keen of Orange ,Center spent Tax Collector Bandy's advertisementin I JUI CHAIRS
Monday attending to business in. Kis- this issue and govern yourselves

simmee. accordingly.Mrs. .

A-d-1-e-r-i-k-a will cure you. For Frier .of Kathleen is visiting
Following are daily temperatures sale ,by Central Drug Store.I. her daughter; Mrs. C. L. Hyatt. The Best
. AssortmentThat
and precipitation. as reported . A. Payton left Sunday for a :Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Roberts, of Os-

by Government station week's business trip to Summerville, born Mo., have been spending a few
at Kissimmee fo- the weekending Tenn. days In. Kissimmee. Money Can Buy

, Thursday, Jan 17: .
On a cold, night a Goodrich Water V
Mac. Mln. Rain Bottle is your friend. See our line ANNOUNCEMENT Every .Chair guaranteed to give perfect

Friday .... .. 78 15 of, rubber goods Central Drug Store.
< Dr. H. J.: Sloss of Wymore, Nebraska satisfaction from the
Saturday .. .. 76 43 Miss Maude Alice been is in Kissimmee, and if conditionsare cheapest to the

Sunday ...... 50 30 the, guest of Sanford' Mends. for, a favorable will open offices in the best, which range 1 n prices from

Monday 68 31 couple of weeks., near future. Will do a general prac-
.y- Why suffer Adlerika is what tice well S-lt
you as as special. "
Tuesday .. .__ 73 58 :.90 <'
need. Fdr sale by Central DrugStore
.
Wednesday ._.05 50 .39 NOTICE $1.00 to .

Thursday -_ __ 59 19 ..48 ,Vernon Waring of Lakeland!' is visiting Notice ia given that all hogs must

G-U OOO. ..OOOOOOlO'OOlOOO his grandparents, Mr; and Mrs.H. be removed' from the city limits by
6 .
: M. Pfann. II $15.00.We ,
next Monday. There is now a city .. .
\. Fire Insurance. SM A. E. Drought. I Mrs., F. S. Correll of Kissimmee is ordinance to that effect and this ordinance
' registered at- the Bay View.-Tampa must be enforced.
J. M. Johnston, of Kissimmee, is .,
Tribune GEORGE W. OVERSTREET
Thursday. ,
(
e spending a few days in the. city.Okee- City Marshal. will appreciate look from '
t chobee Call. Arthur GUY EmDey'S book. Over a any one contemplating
the Top" has been received at the -- -- -
o The virtue of Adlerika made It'fa- Hart Memorial just library, I METHODIST CHURCH buying anything itt Household or
mous. ( for it; at' Central Drug
,Store. Ian : W. J. Wilson, one ,,of Lakeland'sprominent Sunday school at,9:45 a. m. Preaching Kitchen Furniture.
..-....-...- business men, was a Kis- by the pastor at 11 a.. m. Sub
A. f came up from Knights simmee!' visitor Tuesday. I ject:' "Torch Beans" Junior Leagueat
\ar Plant City, Monday for a few 3 p. m. Senior League at 6 p. m. See 1i1t'before
hours to look after business.So Adlerika, that's the name, for sour Preaching at 7 p. m. by the pastor our buying and ,thereby save
stomach and bowel trouble. It
kumfy when it's ,COld-A Good For sale by Central Drug Store.cures.* the Subject: "Why" Does God Not Stop money to buy war saving stamps to help our
rich Water Bottle-for; pale by Cen- War' Tourist service will be
,trail' Drug Store. L. B. Wilson of Lenox, Ohio, was in First Sunday in J February at 11 a. m. government win the war.

Mrs. W. J. Blendon of :Memphis, the city between trains Wednesdaywhile L. A. Hamilton will deliver his famous I ', : '
route for St. Cloud, "
Tenn. few hours, in the city'r en lecture on'missions, and the mis- .. .. .
spent .. -,,,,-,-, '' '. "" Sv Asa a
., ',; ,f >whU 1..ft1\-f' uWfO 'nt'rtYaurt'tionriawrJ. ' ,#Benfl tt..ne''Of1Madijjon'. ; wall sionafields..4Alhrare" > 1'i cordially"invited vmimirWxf.'i " -
,
known citizens\ was. .in JLUsimmee to att..nd.t.hese. services. J. D. Sibert, C. Grantham '
F. of Rodman of
O'Berry Sane 'Friday 'on a business mission. I pastor. n.
,
Osceola s former well known citizens, -
.... was" in Kissimmee Saturday on business Mr. and Mrs. H. Wichtendahl and '
: Junior and Mrs. E. B. Watson motored ST.: JOHNS EPISCOPAL CHURCH
to ApopKa Tuesday for the day I' : The Satisfactory Store Phone 291
J. R. Persons of Moultrie, Ga., who
has been<< the guest of his brother, G. Evangelist!' C. R. ;Mngoon has returned Second Sunday after Epiphany.

W. Persons, returned. to his, home I from St. Petersburg and will I Minister: in cnargs\ L.' II. Kirkb)'. . ,-- .- - -- .. .. --- -- -- -- -----
Monday. conduct a meeting in Willson's hall 8 a. m. Holy Communion.: 11 a. WANTS INFORMATION lines. -- '
tonight and Sunday night. m. :Morning prayer and address by ABOUT KISSIMMEE I Local THE SLACKER'
L. U. Zimmerman, one of St.Cloud's shortages will be inevitable --
Mrs E. F. Masters of Hilllard's I.. A. Hamilton. Subject: "A Wholehearted Under existing abnormal conditions
merchants
leading spent yesterday William Cabanne
looking after business mattersin Island is spending a few weeks with Service. 7:30; : p. m. Evening Oshkosh, Wis., Jan. 7, 1918. '! :'11'. Smith said, but indications are Christy author
Kissimmee. her granddaughter: H. Lightscy; prayer and sermon Subject; ."Pass- 147 Ashland Ave I that no important industries will IM) and director of Metro's, forthcoming
Julian Montsdocu. of Kenansville] at her home Mabbette: street. ing: the Lcve of Woriien." The Newspaper I forced to shut down because of lack patriotic wonderplay "The Slacker,"'
I J. Steed received letter Dear Sirs: Please mail to me a sam- of fuel the householders will .
and C. M. Montsdoca and L. G. Tins Attorney W. BAPTIST be supplied which will be shown at --the Casino
CHURCH
from Captain Lee Jarrell this CLOSES pk> copy and rate of subscription ofYOUI' i reasonably well. lie added that
.
dall of St. Cloud were prominent Friday, Jan. 25, recently spent two
Kissimmee's business visitors I week in which he stated that the boysof I PROSPEROUS YEAR weekly paper. I this applied to New York and New ,
among Company B were all well and I desire to locate in your city and j England, where the coal Shortage hat days at Fort Totten getting scenes
4 Monday working hard rant to get information' regarding Lven marked in the for that picture.
Mr. and :Mrs. W. H. Wilson or New I A report read fct the First Baptist business and labor ,conditions' ch1 1 most east.
Castle, Ind., were among the winter E. H. Morrey was here from Orlan- church last Sunday covering the finances :ict-o. the prices of city and farm Whether operations of express "The American army is the meltingpot
visitors looking about the city Fri- do Tuesday!' with :Messrs. O. Hanson !1 for the jia-t twelve months lunds, lumber, etc. ]I I companies shall be assumed by the of armies," said the well known

day. They were guests at the Manhattan and F. Bcnner!' of Chicago. The party | /shows that organization: to be in a Thanking you in advance, I government was discussed with the director upon his return.."and believeme
hotel. were looking after property interests i prosperous condition.>> All current .expenses -' I am yours truly railroad administration today ''by when those 3,000 men who are
from lavare visiting in this vicinity. I(I have been paid, and some $50 P. J. FINK.IT I heads of the four principal express training at Fort Totten are turned!
An auto party remaining in the 'companies and it loose the Germans the
Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wetherby and treaspry. was said Director on Kaiser's
Mrs.the W. city J. Browne Monday and were Mr.: and Mrs. daughter I Nellie, of Milliard's Eland I The sum of money paid out all told : PAYS TO ADVERTISE 'General McAdoo's advisory' board in men will know that they are fighting.
the were guests of :Mrs. Sarah Cohoon exceeded $14,000 daring the .year. ''a few days would recommend that I saw at Fort Totten, a first sergeant,
at I
Henry Osmond.. They stopped : Wednesday! ; :Mrs. Wetherby is :Mrs, The sum given:" to missions this Bradstreet's says that 84 per cent : government control be extended to a big, powerful Swede, who could
of all
Manhattan.Mrs. i the failures
Cohoon's slater year exceeded the 1,000' apportioned. are among non- them. hardly ,speak English. But how that
\
M, Pier on of Orlando was the tf to' this church. advertisers.. w The executives man could drill men! Next to him
The public dance given at the Gray. Which, considering the of express company I
of Mrs. Lane Paulk Monday.Mrs. source
guest The Ladies' Aid stood Italian six feet
Society $700 an a man over ,
gave were represented as not
opposing
stone Hotel ,last night was well at declaration i
the is
is well remembered hereas pretty. conclusive
Pierson this 'and broad shouldered muscled with
year the till such big a.
treasury inasmuch
tended.' An excellent musical con- a move, as their earn '
Miss Mayme Sturkie, enc of Kisaimmee's pro tains proof that advertising pays.
$45 or $50. ings this face that expressed determination. A.
have fallen
gram was rendered by the Max Smith When Bradstreet'a that year rapidly,
former teachers. orchestra of Orlando.L. The Woman's Missionary Society 16 of says only and the government guarantee would' third sergeant, and one assigned to
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Moody arrived raised some $300. per cent the 'business failuresare provide more than their probable income assist! me in taking the scenes for
4 ''f from. Amanda, Ohio, last Friday and E. Overstreet!' and James: Hill. The election of officers followed, among advertisers the statementhas I: even if the interstate commerce/ "The Slacker was a native of Pol-
, their Pleasant ; lard left for their farms tt Cape Sable these real significance.Like and who had been in the United
,, , went out to place near placing members in office for commission should grant the pending ,
Hill, where they will spend the re- I Wednesday They rf.ro acco./i- the church competition, advertising is the States but a short time. He was a
year.Clerk request for ten cent increase in
mainder of the winter. panied by Mrs. J. K. Hilliard, who Sam Lupfer, Jr.: "life of trade. Without it, in mod- the rates. per military man from the, top of his
will visit there for a few weeks. ern days and under modern business
.: Mrs. A. Carlton of Lennon, Mich., Treasurer, Carson Farmer. head to the tips of his toes. And
r t and Mrs. Julius Singer of Kewanna, As the state workers of the Sev- Treasurer of Mission Funds, Miss conditions, no commercial or other The director general expects to there were other. nationalities there
Ind., who are winter visitors in Orlando enth Day Adventists meet together Anne Bryan Carson. business concern can achieve the'saccess 'name this week the board of four men many of them. They ,were either
spent Wednesday in this 'city in Orlando next week there. will be no Sunday school supt., N. C. Bryan. that it cap with it. to investigata the wage demands of members of the New York engineer.
: and were guests' the rest room. nightly meetings in Willson's hall Assistant S. S. $upt", Cecil Prentis. That is axiomatic, as every successful the railway brotherhoods. The labor force, recently recruited or had beenin
during the week.. Messrs. Magoon and business man will attest. representatives have'submitted a list a
t, ,'SOl S.rTreasurerJcYD.EJeffords.a'u: ,. the regular army before war was
.
J County' 'rC'eE.YowoilIeftwWednesdayoniatour Niehaus ,will attend from'herecy'r' ; \ .+:&l lar'The :A;: Chorretergandpianist, ;'Mre J'r,W Outside possibly, of personality' of about fifteen names of men acceptable declared., It made no ,difference*
: i 1 i Softherural : i.: }'cooked' t food I'sal .held j bya the Prentis ' '+ ,'{'I andwIntegrity: advertising <\,, ia" the to- them,' it,was said, and two which i,waqthetcase; I did not see or
I achoolskwhen, hej ;visited \Big ladiesi ofl|the)local [Rd .Crossfchapterlast"'Saturday' ; limaREVfCOLEMAN' rrightiestrforce, ,!positive!and i potent; will" l be, chosen from this Hat.ffi9fr; >BJ8'4S$ talk' to a 1 man''who :was not anxious
Pine IeerlParka 1 Kenansville Lo"kosee. in'
,' : j -
| piesent-day and business.
commerce 'Mr
'
"' brought"over twenty PASTOR ; McAdoo has been summoned to to-go to France, and what is a better
: He returned'home .
today. Atlanta Constitution.
'' dollars into the treasury. The soliciting -- appear before the senate interstate indication of the final outcome of the
C: W. Ward, Sam Hammer, Lu- and selling the food was in OF CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. commerce committee to explain the war, there was not a man who did
dolph Wichtendahl and :'olissIildred; charge of Mrs. L. H. Ingram, TRAFFIC SITUATION MUCH administration railroad bill and give not believe that the sooner he got to
Turville were a party of ,sightseers W. II. Coleman} !' who has ac- IMPROVED BY U. S. CONTROLThe his ideas on future administration the the wouldbe
L- A. W. Bailey and Mrs. J. S.. Cade Mrs'l! of the front quicker war
motoring to Apopka Tuesd..y after. I' cepted a pastorate with the Christian government operation. ,
'. .. noon to view the wreckage of the re- Mrs F. H.: Ludlow and "!' : church of, this _ciiy.will. conduct the railroad situation has improved over. - --
.,' cent storm, Miss Helen, arrived Friday from services here Sunday morning and under government!' operation sufficiently "

}Ir. and Mrs.: G W. Persons returned their home in Chicago to spend some evening. Kev.. Coleman/, and his wife to guarantee that there will
-; home from Savannah, Ga., on time'in Kissimmee\ Mr. Ludlaw said are moving here from Ocala and expect -, be no further coal famine in any partof
:, Tuesday of last week. Mrs. Persons his family were glad to escape from to he permanently located withina the country this winter, Director
I' ,, ': has been visiting her!' parents there the snow arid sleet which prevailsin few ddys. The Christian church General McAdoo was informed this STOP! LOOK! LISTEN READ!

),for Home time and MK": Persons joined the city.Apopka has been without'a pastor for sometime week by .A. U. Smith, assistant in I
: j her for a few days. was the mecca; for motor- and is wartrilv] welcoming their charge of transportation eastern
ists last Sunday. Quite a number ,minisT. They tire joined in this 1
Dr. W. B. of
Witherspoon, pastor
,:. 4' drove out to that place from Kissim- cordial receptioij by their many 1
the church left themidnight
Presbyterian
: on
train for mee to view the havoc wrought by the friends in the community 'who wish TheSplit
",,'' { Tuesday Memphis,', rent, storm, ,and the consensus of I RPV. Colemnn's residence!' In Kissim
Tenn. attend Home Mission
to
a
con-
'' opinion of those who went is that the : mee may he one of: mutual pleasure : '
I/erence and will be
; !' Wednesday, not
|here to fill the pulpit Sunday.Mr. I reports Prosecuting have not Attorney been exaggerated.W. B.\ Craw- l I as well as benefit. R. S. FLOYDSirloin Nickle Grocerywill

rr and Mrs., A. W, Love and Mrs. ford left :Monday night for Jackson- MRS GRAHAM DEAD. I
r )to Edmonds all of 'Ohio
Bethany, ,
ville attend the I '
to Grand Masonic
[and Mrs. M. A Brant of Hamilton, Mrs. Graham the mother of D. W. continue the following price till

,'. ' [Ohio, were a party of tourists spend- Lodge, where he roes to make himself Cason, died Friday at the home n' Steak. Florida____--_25c : ..
efficient
4r ' Ilngf Friday at the in Manhattan Kissimmee. hotel.They were I :Master more of the local lodge as Worshipful, to which her had son'passed after her a eighty-third lingering illness.birthday She Sirloin Steak. Western ______30c I Friday January 25th
[guests ,
l ,, position of honor he has recently been' And was .survived by Mr. Cason,' her Porterhouse Florida ..: .25c
r '''i' Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Ray of Albany, elected.J. only son. -----

- ,' j N. Y., and Messrs.; L.'R. Davis and H. Houser and S. J. :McElwait, R.ev.: J. J. Farmer conducted the!' Porterhouse Western ::_ ,__ 30c I Gold Medal Flour. 24 Ib$1.65 No.1 can Tomatoes 3 for__ ..25Pillsbury

!," R. T. Olsen of Jersey City, N. J., were two of Kissimec's.regular winter residents funeral services at the cemetery Sat Beef Stew __ _.____ 15c to 17c
n Flour tb .___ 1.65 Bert Creamery Butter tb____ 50
,24
" an auto party sightseeing in Kissimmee !' are making a reputation as urday and the remains were laid to I *
::'- ' Monday. They were dinner fishermen. Last Friday they came rest A large number of friends Roast Florida ________20c to 25c 96 tbi.-1-2 bbl. uun 6.20 Best Oleo Butterine tb __u ..33Selfrising'

; guests at the Manhattan hotel. home with a string of three fine bass were present at this service to hono Roast Western __ ____ ,___ \
n 30cp Nut Butter Ib ___________ .33
Floor 24 Ib tack 1.55>>
,which I
'
A. E. weighed ten The
{: -Manager Thomas, of the New pounds. longest the memory >of the dead. 40'Minced
f .. Eden Plantation, is In receipt of several o fish measured' twenty-two inches. Sliced Ham ___nn_ ___ 12 tb sack Self-rising Flour .80 Kelloc' Toasted Corn Flakes ,II

I applications for seed sugar cane in length. MISSIONARY EDUCATIONAL Ham nnnnn __ .30r 1-2 Bbl Self-minx Flour_. _ 6.00 Post Toattiet ____________ .10
from points in the state, which shows Mrs. Minnie Moore-Willson
fi! was the
CONFERENCE. WINTER PARK Souse Meat t _, _. .25e I K lIolt'. Krumble; .__ ___ .10
other localities to the --- ---- -
I are awakening guest of the Womans Club of Haines!' : I Lord Calvert Coffee ____u. .34 n

, opportunities in this Florida product City Monday night at a special meet- The Missionary-;: Educational l Con Franks ____________n__ 30c I Maxwell House Coffee 1 tb .32 Shredded Wheat Biscuit .._ .13
John Hansel], who has been criti- ing arranged for that time that the I Pork Steaks and
feren'e--onf' cf Chops _ .28c
the _
throe annual '
Sweet Feed. 100 tb 2.65
conferences *
cally ill for several weeks' is reported men of the city could attend. Mrs. Bliss Coffee ___un_ n___ .26 ------
heM
: greatly improved in health. Mr. l an- Willson 'read extracts from her latest begin Jan. 28 and ct! continue Winter Park until-Fab will Pork Stew ___ __ __ .__u 2c Senate Coffee best there i i. ..35: II,I Shorts 100 Ib*. ___u______ 2.95

sell is one of Kissimmee best knownold literary production" "Snap Shots of 3. A full line of Staple and Fancy Bran 100 Ibs __ .__ __ 2.CO
the -- --
residents and has a host of friends Everglades This is a conference for II Vesper, a very good coffee .30 I

who will be glad to learn of his imr I It is feared! by :Mrs. R. B. Savnn-e i of nil\ denominations' and young is people held,- ;I, Groceries.Announcement. 1917 Coffee '..24Arbuckle's Cotton Meal 100 Ib*. 7. __ 2.80

proved condition.. of this city that the man named Pike under the* spices of the Missionary j i. nuuu Feed Meal 100 Ib*. 2.3S
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Mr. and Mrs. B. F. I Detritk from reported!' \missing as a result of the Education Movement who expert to I Coffee _.u.u__ .22 ,,

Springfield, III., arrived Friday for a capsizing< of bocta in the Ylior estuary -: make this on a par with the Silver : White Bacon, best tb __ .35 '? Kerosene Oil. gaL -------- .15
*, visit with their old time il'i.2ndsIr.! Wednesday; is her brother. His Bay Blue Ridge! and other : :
: and Mrs. M. I 11. Alexander. They left name was published! in the list of ences lipid under their ronfer-I Breakfast Bacon, tb uu __ .45 Compound Lad tb _______ .25' s

Sunday for Tampa and St. Petersburg probable dead and Mrs. Savage lef The Winter Park Potatoes, peck ___ .50 li Thread spool __ __________ .05
u.u :
and( will return!' home via St. ;yesterday for Tampa 'to learn the bines the features!' of a school, an inspirational )

... Augustine truth. gathering;\ and a vacation I Beginning with the first of February I Cabbage Ib __.,._nu____ .05 :: Brooms. 55c, and-_?,-----_ .75
i The home of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and :Mrs. M. Hull, accompaniedby outing t
W. Fox of this city has been gladdened George- their daughter, Mrs. J. W. Kirkland The course", of study offered will we will put our business on Rutabagas tb nnnu_ ..04i i I':' National Oat, box 1:__n___ .11

C by the visit of their sons, Waltre and her daughter, Miss Gertrude S be. of S. special!superintendents interest to the pastors, a strictly cash batii. By doing this Coarse Grits 4 Ib*. -_______ .25 Wizard Wa.b Soap 7 bars .. .25
; W. Fox of New York City and E. R. !', all\ of Sidnaw, Upper Peninsula And teachers, I '

Fox of Knoxville, Tenn. E. R. Fox Mich., arrived in Kissimmee! Sunday district and state officers, Bible we believe we can tare customers Fine Grit 4 Ibs. __________ .25 Fancy Prune 30 to 40 to tb -
owns and operates the Standard Tire for a visit with their old-time study leaders!' servant- of the King, our

1 Co. of Knoxville. W. W. Fox sells friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Clay. The and anyone. interested In a better citi enough to make it to their Lima Bean _nn________ .16 j 2 Ib*. fo. u-. _-.___-__ .34,
zenship.Curios
nearly all the output of the manufac-I party will'take apartments and remain Nary Been 19c Ib 2 for .35 Fancy Peaches. 2 Ibs for .34
t,r ture of Pianolines and Is the inventor here for aims time: be exhibited., costumes and scenery will interest to continue their patron __ r

of the Fox photophone, an attachment Wadley Parker of Atlanta has been The
for the pianolmes which makes spending several days in this city visiting recreation afternoons-tennis will be used! for age.It Everybody cordially invited, You will be treated right.

the music correspond with the screen, his sister, Mrs..Fred S. Gilbert. canoeing, the walking hour driving, i i. our intention to give them
story etc.
) productions. Both gentlemen are Wadley has tendered his services to Further ,
well known in Tennessee, where they' the government as a pharmacist, and tained from information the may he ob- the same quality and service a* before Split Nickle Grocery
, u' are graduates of one of the universities has been accepted. He is now await- tion Movement New Missionary Educa- a :
York
I City, or with the advantage of
also their brother every
as .is Horace ing orders to proceed to France, from Miss Edyth Disinter
: who, graduated from the Universityf where he .fxpecta to be employed ina Fla.. secretary of the Winter Kingston Park, cut !fa price ?:!'tae.!! PHONE 141. 422 BROADWAY.' : 'f''
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h SIX THF irie.e.iMMFF VALLEY GAZE1 E. FRIDAY.. JANUARY 18 1918 .

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t 1 i The. Dining Room of the I CROP PESTS: NUMBER 19 County Agents' Rpport I For Little Folks l'


/ ,' Manhattan Hotel Dtmal County Foot Comm;..;m -
'' Seminole County:; Cooperative markets Milder Ills
:', h Now Open I are showing good results. Silage -
This Is the nineteenth of a': seriesof I Itorrr: The sugar cane borer Is of beef and cattleis
I feeding
dairy
t Mr*. R.. B. Savate, Owner and. Mfr.mm articles covering the control of spread In shipments of seed cane and progressing! satisfactorily. -when the food disagrees the play

1 the various insects and diseases we when once established in ,a ,section Wakulla County: A campaign is ; has been'''too strcnitoiis, or the dreaded,
may expect on our )Florida crops. 1 practically kills the industry. The housewifeof
being made to get farmers to plant a hold-the
i colds arc taking
shall endeavor to give directions for damage from such infestation is ably
I avoiding trouble as far an possible, described in Circular 139: Bureau of large acreage to peanuts, A hundred I experience has a tried remedy at
in each of
have been pledged
for recognizing it when it appears, Entomology- U. S. Dept of Agriculture acres J hand. It has proved het helper for
several communities r.nd 'I
a p.anllt'pickinR' :
and for the best control. These articles as follows: : and she knows its value.
machine has been many years
G all l lneds promised. I I
FOQPIER cannot cover! individual 'Thesugar cane borer damagescane
St. Johns County Farmersare I
1 I. invite personal in the field : Tablets Are A
HO correnpundunce by destroying a considerable busy hauling in fertilizer and seed Peruna
whether from the' of '
backyard percentage the eyes, thus -
garden ,or commercial I plantings, reducing the stand of plant cane; by potatoes. A tremendous acreage will i i I I Quick Aid
be .
planted to this in the
SELLS )fHS. N. 1'>1. (l. I'RANtiK, stunting the growth of the cane, ow. crop upr.ing.On
Chairman of Committee on Plant into/ the physical> injury to the account of weather conditions I They regulate.the disturbed aiRea-
will
Disease) and Inject Control, Jacksonville stem, and is the main cause of injury planting not begin before J< tion, free the overloaded stomach!
10 altno fertilizer .
in
i Fire, Life, Accident and Fla. by the wind, owing to the weakeningof jiry Pecember.Jtade . was applied overcome the cold,remove the catarrhal conditions. and' rebuild
- the stalk due to the tunnels and
"
County : Castor! Wan cultureis the strength..
STKAUHKKKIESDiebark burrows. These classes of injury
.He hh. Plate Glass Lia or White Hud: This is have been appreciated by J planters.: revolving great attention. It is believed -

brought about.by a check in the plant's. It now develops) that there Is another that the castor l_n will prvduvv -
:
l RemedyIt
Reliable Family
Is A
'
r bility and Boiler Insurance. Class fifty bu hU!: or more a<."!'* Peruna
I giowtnooi; rains, poor cinuvuuuu, .arul very important of injurywhich i tact
in this county v. wx :* the that!
or' insufficient fertilizing The cause has been overlooked. This is
I
Legal Bonds' Executed must first be removed... ienerally: an the reduction of both quality end! I the plants Ansvn '-'%.. ant hear I has proved that in innumerable
j for three< .'1' fast> ear*. Several Sun.V
application of about one hundred quantity of the juice: which is'' dealt'I )> j s lnouachIds from Maine to California -
Same Day Needed. pounds per acl e'.ot. nitrate of soda j with speoialy in .this circular.: !I JrJ few actr..tS'!!.w J r-fi*"(tnJ vs: .. 4'v''f' nl"t'l. and in foreign countries. It + '
is the best treatment comes evident.that both the nt'wtar tv" a"N ,
planters !
.' leaf Spot first appears on the and. the manufacturers. are vitally interested teach C"'" t.\,,. ,.a.'I>J atarlt !t:+y \taN i I is the chief reliance in the American i-

OFFICE Start leaves ns tiny purple or red; border' I I in the work of the sugar 1.V 11IIola home for all catarrhal trouble + t 1 1 -1:
: Bank Building. ed spots which later shpw white; or. cone borer," es \' ''':''::,'t $.t..v.l farmers: and uticrncr a tonic ;ft needed, in conxaVKfce -
I grayish centers.. The spots may be The following remedial'81Jglol" will plaf.t: !drys"aredges ti' last t pv'tlttcvr. '; and IIC a preventive, a
II. .; t'31P pyx:4rV: :". .,.f rnhtcl ,,'tatars In tablet form it is rvrrrmdyto-
j j .:(o numerous as to run together thus I i given: by Jossard in 1903 have not I .
'forming I irregular blotches. Fruit j{ been improved upon: J have L'Iv.y beeps hwgltt. t t' take a real life insurance. If youhaxon't v
11 E.s "1IInlt-a County Farmer ire ,. urd it in this form ,. A box
,
stems are also attacked, thus proj I "Use no infected canes for plantin. < get
I j venting the proper 'development of Cut out all diseased canes as I pUnnttn/! \ jcrv* Irish p.'. :.",a and .IOOr,". .
I
M. TILLER'H I the fruit. Plants !grown on heavy\ soon as they appear and burn them !fellow' thtm with! peanut. A few'l4ltsayvlajnen THE PERUNA COMPANY- -
,
damp soil an- more Subject to this All fragments' of tops End canes 'that +: I ar* aiding! }n.oflTyring:
.
Estate Agency. 'I| 1 trouble' than those in drier locations. escape burning could be buried under I i'to, U f>it the farmer in buying seed I --..OkUso _

2} .. Hive three sprayings with Bordeaux several inches ,of soil and Uboraing implements
..
I I I. IVk' t)'untClull: boys ate enthu -
'j, mixture at intervals of ten days or "All dried and rejected'cantts! are ,
Really bought and sold. two, weeks. to be burnt as soon as possible after i hl"Uin their work. Some have 'deral'
that ( If in need labor
!. ,_. bbUJoht.l'.ll>o.'rt Bond and others.. markedly proven ( you are of get in
... being ) are '
1.. Butlon _.l&r vl'fZCy\' cut .
Houses tented.' -.*:- --p- \ Pmera\:.,.. _'' thorities feel thttt in a few )'ellrs'tjTf touch with the various resources of

r- .. Taxes paid and Titles verified ''Trie., caslon.to strawberry wonder grower why has often fruit has, ceases oc- -.t'l'I"IY"b planted: ? << on ieenltstrrtntna-stmrt infected.! ground.! t: I t"athapn 't punt Farmers controlling' influence'! elf tTve"VitluSf!I employ your lielp-L-5ford-lt taC i '
for nonresidents.Fire to grow when not nearly matured and "The growth of shoots and suckers are get- '
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world. ;. ... eLrather, : than \to minus
.
Life and Accident In turns' hard and dry and brown. lie from the stubble of early cut cane ing! together on the planting Of later on'.* comeup
generally blame' the weather or"'the should l be prevented by !shaving' the Spunfi'n''l'an\lc and will have more The war is to benefit the citrus industry _'._______ .
'surance. I fertilizer, but the tine cause is a stubble close to the ground and hall a thousand acre in the club.Rrevard in more ways than one, and
covering Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Indemnity Bondi. 4 tiny black insect not a quarter of an with earth County: :More interest is probably the most lasting benefit will
I inch in length/ with yellow 'markings ''Fall planting is better then spring, being/ taken in K:e culture. One man be! from the fact that it has awakenei I Your OINTMENT druirrlnl l.ll will. to cur refund. arcane money of II Melting PA7O,
."O'O'OOOOH und greatly resembling? the chinch planting since the moths appe-jr in on Merritt's Inland sold about, a thousand the southern .democrats that a protec.tive ; Blfti<1.HlraKnK("Protruding Tile in eto led.y..
44d bug/ in shape. The young are at first j''greater! numbers during Mrrch and : 'i dollars' worth of honey from ahundied tariff which will faster develop The torn applioliun g-lvea Hate and Kelt. Sac:
f X440 444. 'o'oO'oo o., hives last home industries so that this nation
They
bright red in color; but some become April and with young cane they goi )'l'ar. ttveraired -
brown with red 1 ma'kinThesl./ .', ]i I to the terminal. or growing ends at : over a hundred pounds to the may forever be independent agriculturally THICK, GLOSSY HAIR
however Itl'e'PI' conspicuous and once" hive. which is! a good average\ but not and industrially from\ all tn
: | c.wGRIFFiN. II often pass 'unnoticed until the infestation Quarantine..: In, this well advised exceptional for thin part of the world beside, is the only safe principle FREE FROM DANDRUFF

is quite serious, and even then i I activity towards establishing greatly I'f-USt. for this government.
they may I In mistaken for ants by j j: increased; sugar industry keep in Hay County: Farmers are makingprcpanitioiiM One of the actions considered at'' Girlat Try Itl! Hair pets soft, fluffy and _j +
Staple and FancyGROCERIES t the oaMIil observer. They are not I close; touch with the Plant: Board, for ' to insrea. the acreagenf this session! ot ,'ongt) 'ess dor protection I beautiful-Get a small bottle .. V
i .
I likely to occur in /great numbers un- there are many pests we don't want food. crops and to raise. more It.to \...- of agriculture 1 and! horticulture generally of Danderlne. .
.
til the bearing season is well over, which may be introduced on seed cane I ,'" in the county this year. which will apply first in safeguarding -
X but when fruit is scarce they readily carelessly handled.To Calhoun County: Hay from the ) Florida's proves is a bill 1f for
titluck the crown of the plant and ( be continue) peanut crop is also valuable. One far- introduced in the senate by Senator": you with euro" henry hair that gllllII. -
beauty and is
may quickly kill it. Black LNi40/ I mer sold a (carload tn tons for ?:20 Weeks of Massachusetts, which has I radiant with

Free Delivery to all Parts l.i l.I as-'for Spider is also a causes control the ,young I I'h.d The Drives OM Stftndord Out Malaria general, Builds etrenrtbenlnf.Up System tonic a ton.Alurhua ,County: A'pl'anut oil mill agriculture been referred of which to the Rep.committee Asbury! on K. I life u fluffy; has' and an lustrous incomparable, try Danderine.softness and

DROVE'S TAI 'J'KLW.S chill TONIC.drTreiout. is Just one. doubles. die
to be erectedin this application
2
of the City fruit to "button" but at the same Malari.eadche.thebiood..ndbuildenprhny.i county! and Lever of South Carolina is chairman. |
time the leaves show discolorationand tern. A true tonic., For adult and children. roc i contracts are being' made with,_n (._Arm..m This bill prohibits the importation of 1 beauty of. your lair, beside it immediately
i .o.o ooO ooI loss of sap. Treatment is sul ers to grow the peanuts. nursery stock into the United States 1 dissolves every particle of .
C'040. phur,, which in the strawberry field J eSoto' County: The location of the in order to prevent the introductionof j dandruff. You can not have nice heavy" ,
I should: be applied in dust form. avaition camp at Arcadia has !boosted 'insect pests and! plant diseases. healthy hair if you have dandruff This,
W. B. Crawford Lee JarreT Thrill is another common and( seri! farming to some extent One destructive scurf robs the hair of its V ,.

CRAWFORD &: 'JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW ous strawberry pest causing grout farmer eight miles from the camp has lustre, It. strength and its very life. I
loss of bloom and deformed fruit. See prepared three hundred acres of Engraved,:\ Calling Cards and Wed- and if not overcome it produces a fever'

Article X.While ground to grow Para grasa, Japanese ding Invitations, Engraved and Embossed IshncM and itching of the scalp the
t Offices: 4, 5, 6, and 7 Citizen (!rubs: Strawberry land is t>1 cane rice and corn, and will raise Stationery can be secured at hair roots famish., loosen and dies; then.
t Bank Building so often allowed to go to grass during beef cattle and_ .nut_ in on A_ dairy__..# tn__ __imply ,. the Gazette'' office. Let the. hair falls out fast. Surely gel a-
show
..Kissimmee Florida / part of the year that white"grubs the aviation camp. us you small bottle of Knowlton's Panderlaa
l are a very common pest. See Article HelpDoTourBit'Grow I Hillsborough County: More inter. our samples and prices. tf I 'rom any drug tore end just try U.kJACKSONVLLEEAij.
II and avoid this loss. est is being taken in livestock andseveral

DR. W. W. CARSON Field Cricket, is another poet that !. .farmers ,are gradually' changing - - --, - --
DENTIST should be treated in advance o> there I ineir jarms to accommodate more
Office over Pilley Building may (be 'a decided loss of fruit I Bigger(fops! animals. One farmer in addition to

Office Hour S-11. 1-I through' holes being eaten in the ber raising hogs has put in a cold storage ('
1 Off!.. 'Phon It* Realdnc 'Phon It ries. One cricket can ruin many' : in which to store his meat. If
OM Administered for Extraction .( V fruits. The general treatment for Now is the time to make farm Jackscn County: One farmer inthe

Teeth soil .. insect.thorou"h/ cultivation, and real dividends.A Shady Grove neighborhood' has ,
poultry "'and then poisoned bait-is grove pay kept strict account of his Japanese
a. r'KRJB'Bis"' >1i\n.'r'rr; T. j WIJTElL'! J elTective hr1' ready market and good caneeropfrom five acres. lie madea "

t ..; !KRIBBSI&1STEBDATTO1NEYS? :;r Bug I.'as lytecogl1lzed by prices await all crops you can netJprofH ioq)841, [,ort)$186.80 an ;/
J tf..gro! |which |a fcimilartoSthati}of produce. Help win the war aCl'eThef ropwasl made,Into neyrup ,; ]
ATLLAWLegal | ug ||Thee negro bug1?is"1 an i'I and make more This \ t1)uvaljCounty) !!' Skinner;Bros.ilrej ,"
business of ,all kinds jlTti eighth of an inch long black with awhile money. porfa"yield] 'of*2400'gallons- of fine ",' ..
prompt attention. stripe on each side. The young year make every acre yield a skip made from eight acres of sugarcane 4

l : Offlcea 11 and II State Bank BidKissimmee *. :are brown and yellow. Spraying with big profitable croJ.| grown on their large: stock farm
Florida. i tablespoonful crude carbolic acido near, South Jacksonville. TIN OLDEST -
two /gallons water will drive them Use Favorite I lade County: Two new tractors
11 tf tw ay. As with tobacco solutions, if arrived this week and both are cater.
f Pat Johnston a. P. a.rr..j .he field is in bearing spray immeImtely pillars. They are doing good workon UTHER ESTABLISHED -

JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW after. picking so the odor will Fertilizers the glade: lands. Food crops are
: mac disappeared before other fruit receiving more attention than ever SEED HOUSE
is ripened. before.
Strawberries are also:; attacked by Thee high-grade/ dependable Orange County: One farmer who
Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizens BaD powdery mildew,. flea beetles, white- fertilizers are fumous planted a peck of dasheens harveoted IN FlORIDA
Building !9y I .' plant bugs und ICra shoppel's. for I the |production of good twelve bushels.
Klnilrnmee.. Fla., ('ropB Our line Includes\ fertilizers
:; CANE:'
Sl'G.IIf{
for Ira'k crops, field UNCI.E .
} 8.UI'Olll. )) PROTECT
SEND ,,fOff
Red' Rot seldom reaches a serious crops> citrus fruits. There Is CA TALOG AND
LEWIS O'BRYAN tuge. in the field but when' introduced a Favorite formula Bulled to FLORIDA CITRUS. CROP I.#GEK'.Y PR/CE L57.tyr .
into a bed of seed cane will renler '- jour crop and soil. SeA.M
ATTORNEY-ATLAWi a large part of it unfit for plant Order Washington' I). C.-Florida's great '
: ing. In cutting! cane for seed l, there early miring fertilizers citrus industry is to be given every
to be of
i, Waring Building.' I II fore careful watch should be kept. them. Writetoday sure for getting: possible! federal protection. The fed A

It is not likely .to show externally, 'lal price list which describe spe-| eral government recognizes this, season
fV but on splitting the stalks lengthwise our complete' line as never before how important is l-.
DR. J. A. THOMPSON the soft tissue of the joints will the safeguarding of the orange and .,
be flecked* with small reddish patches W'. rll seed. |M>!.(_ Get grapefruit groves of Florida. Not
.. I C r:: A. CARSON. President.
OSTEOPATH in which whit: areas will show. This r price only as a great American industry, N. C. BRYAN, Secretary.

Yowell-Duckworth Bldg. Phone 494 presence of white is most importantas Independent Fertilizer Co. but as a very valuable food supply I
: other conditions may cause the .k..III.. Fl. is. everyprotection to be given by The Waters
ORLANDO, FLA.J. reddening, but the combination of Uncle Sam to the citrus groves of the & Carson
white within the red is the distinc J. Kclniarr Jt: Co., Orlando. southern peninsula.

tive characteristic of 'red rot. Still, If you own n citrus! trove ask No owner of a citrus property in
where red rot has become prevalent for copy of Kchnarr'v Spray Florida has been
with
more pleased,
W. THOMPSON, (I'ook. which Illustrate and do-
in the field even a reddening of the scribe. peeta and diseases, attacking -, the way the groves of the state have Grocery
I tissue should be taken as sufficient oltrui/ trees, and telli withstood the abnormal cold weatherthis Company
reason for discarding the for how to control them
Funeral DirectorAND cane year than are the government of-
seed. Plant only healthy caiX'8. Burn ficials concerned in developing indus-
I
all old trash.
try and providing a sufficient food

aunnlv. The wav in' which the rilniagoves and Retail
- -- Wholesale Dealers inGROCERIES
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of California have succumbedto f

LICENSED EMBALMER both heat and cold losing/ about 85 .
per cent of the yield while Florjdasuft'ered V0
Better Crops comparatively little loss has -

t Store and Chapel. Stewart Ave.KI.ahtlmee. again emphasized upon the federal

authorities that Florida is the ideal
Kla.
1 state in the Union for growing or

anj'eand! grapefruit. Its advantages

J ,JOHN WHITE & CO. Heavy yields of high class products are necessary m.. climate over California.. have been"OASOABETS" oooooooooo.oooo OOOO Oo 06 (oo. .
LOUISVILLE, KY. to bring a big net profit to the grower. The -- -- 0 (0

Jbcral' ..orlmeiit .e, banner record for such result has been held for WORK 0 WE SELL: (0.(0 0 O. WE BUY: i ,I"'

sad full value paid the last quarter-century by WHILE YOU SLEEP 0 HAY 0 .0, .. ....,;(IJ .J' -.:.;

L. :"FURS 0 (0 (0 HIDES .....
For SIck Headache, Soup Stomach 0 GRAIN 0 Oo .
H.... and C-
Sluggish Liver FURS
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and '
Ideal Bowel
FertilizersSend .
i 0..' .u... Take Cascareta tonight. 0'FERTILIZERS (0. J
SI (0.
S WOOL
0 SHINGLES V 0 (0 'V t
i for our Free Books on all commercialcrops Furred Tongue, Bid Taste, Imdiges- 0. AND .

Alexander Finlay of Florida; also our Spray Catalogue. tlon, Sallow Skin and Miserable Jleadaohee 4 I, ORANGE BOXES (0. .. ,11

advice come from a torpid liver and ALL
Special
gladly givens bowels 0 ORANGE WRAPS =
clogged
116 S. Orange Arenue which cause your stomach '
to become filled with undigested 0 o COUNTRY I :
Orlando, Florida VEGETABLE CRATES (0
food, whioh sours and ferments like.gar .

i Residence and erne, Sand Lake c- Wilson &: Toomer Fertilizer Co., bage to in untold a awill barrel. That's the first 0 CRATE NAILS .. e PRODUCE ;
step .
misery indigestion, foul .
I
f- OraBfe Center. Mfrs. Ideal Fertilizers. 1 1gp ga+e., bed breath, yellow akin, mental 0000000', 00000'000. '. .
fears, everything that U horrible andnauseating. 000 000000000 . "t
.Represent A. M. Klemm' Jacksonville, Fla. runulu A Oucajret to-night will
W tell field and
.w give roar, consUpated bowels garden seeds of all kinds.
Wrtott.roo.rsrtt.roo.rsr efetiuing and straighten a thorough Wi .give special attention to fitting out hunting and
Haven Nurseries rtaratuamV ;you out by; camping parti. nn
Winter Jt
t .a JIIo/'D Dg. They work while ;rOil sleeplo.eeut. Free delivery u city limit Thon No. .
e. S..wtlfrf a box from, ;your druggist win W. are county agents for pod fertiluera 12.Alk UI for circular and v

] s/ k.ep JOB !feeling good? fef month! .r. ptic.y Yr1

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-- THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1918 SEVETTI


I I C O Lo3d rent seh, 25 ________ 40(1() I I confiaiieil bv said defendants r tit or... or by the directors, at a m...tInw .
__ _ .- . . __ __ Proceedings of Alex. Hnyrica, rent sch 26 __..___ 8.f'0I' It la further ordered that this orderbe called,,. for. that' purpose.: -
Miss Alltlna. Smith. can club agt Rl>.Oil published once a we..k for four consecutive I i ARTICLKIV
K J n }rown. services .eh 1-... 25 Oil nocks In the Klsslmmee Valley The Corporation shall have succession .
C, IS Vowel I. S nioa Incidental.. 611.1111 Uasette, a newspaper published inlaid bv; Ita Corporate. name perpetually 1
I am. Sin ere Stop Calomel the School Board leo Chandfer, Janitor sell JONK oil):: Connty and State.'I'hIn 1 and la to exist perpetually.
ml*. AHTirtK
Hhea 1'herlKO I offlclk work' .... '15.444) 7th day of January. V.
Mrs 1-aura Ken, F K A Daytona son) (Circuit Court J. .5... OV" HSTHIU'1T.' The business of the Corporation
'. 6 00 Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. shall b.. conducted hy a President. eon
Mine Florence
.. I Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone Kisslmmec, Flc., Jan. 7, 1918. Mlsa Cleo Mary U'ooldrldife '' ,. too nr a H. UULUOCK. or more Vice-Presidents a Secretary
I- The School Board met In regular Mrs F C HryanMlsa 8 Oil) Krlbba A Stoed. Deputy Clerk. and a Treasurer and such other offi

Session! there being: present W. C. Statue Tyson, ". I on Solicitor for Complainant. 4.It corn' nnd agents aa may: from Urn to
,
and J. Mini Kmma T)'sun '..oouo time be elected or appointed and by a
Lanier
'Bass, chairman: ; W. R. Mis Katherine Shadoon ) AN OHIINNC. Hoard of Directors consisting of not

s cn 'io mel! Calomel sickens and you may loso a1ay's ": I Baisden; also C. E. Yowell, super- Miss Mary C Bryan '.noit.no less than three nor more than seven
K M Kvans ) AV! Oltni\AMCH t* Proklblt '.W' ro.- members. The offices of the,Secretary
work. If bilious constipated on .i intendent. of the last regular Mlsa J..oulse. Thomason ____H i.no) __tl>. of more hun a ..1........ and Treasurer; may he held hy one and
Ihe minutes Mia }:Ion flulco 6.00lit Amonat at ..lrall.ar l.lquera by the same persn. The Hoard of I>trec- .
meeting and also the meeting ol December i.... J.lll1na'uwell I' 6.UO One rernoa at mmjr one .lme.HK tuna shall he .elected hy the Htork-
headachy read my guarantee. 21st, 1917. were read and ap. SlIMS, ICdna 8ch...elkart I" .ond.nn IT UKI>AINKI> by the Council. of holders at Htelr annual meeting. on
I I. t) Knlters Uv City of Klsalmmee, Florida.: the third Tuesday. In January of each
. proved.The Miss M>'ra hodges *' ,41.04\ Section I, That It shall he unlawful year tienlnnlnir In. the year A. I*. 1319.
-I. "
-I I State Bank of Kissimmee Mis) $1it' Pherliro ti.no for any one within the llmlta of theCity The stockholders of this Corporationshall

Eve". c'lM1tt: st in town-your Copts but a.few cents and if it- fails! County School:! Depository,. reportedas l4atte. ) Klnur .... 6.00 II..ii. hi. or at her KI..imrn.'Iorlda.. possession. ./ at any, to.one have time In, at the H. first posslhlu meeting adopt or the aa neces.anonthereafter
.a1 .Inhnsi
1 nnd cvcrvboily's] 1 to \ relief in follows! : ,,f whiskey, grin for the
ruggist: rlniKjrintui3 cive: cfisy every case oliver : 'ora 4iKNKItAL dtllOOL, KI'MIl .. beer nine or other Ititoxlcatliix, / liquor the Corporation and l the officers ahalt
) policed great fallinjroff: in the shifrjrishness and constipation \ S llanklna 8.00 I
; ; To 1ml. ui,. hand aa. |>er hut rr* *' .. than Is at present allowed. by the be elected appointed aa prescribedby ,
enef] ojT calomel. The nil jive: the you have only to ask for your money poll _?____ __- .----- --'8,82682 M A JohnsoiiV '* 6.011 01))1 Hlnle Law of the Htate of Florida.. the ny-Ln.wa.
fL-i'd. from '1'. M.. Muiphy \ : H Johnson violation hereof j named
Anil. Section 2. Any The following persons ahallbv
pnm renson. Doil on'a" Live Tone back. huntlnir !lcena' __________ 4ZS.75lUid. 1 I. I* Jordan, 11.048.011\ ahall he punished Imprisonment fora the officers to conduct the business
i ii taking/ itA p1n<'C. i Prison's( ] Liver Tone in! a pleasant] ftuin ,'. U Handy-taxes 2use.aS- C i M: Yowi'll period: not P.r.'I I MK sixty days: or of the Corporation until the officers
I "Calomel] is .dnnfferous'nnd people< tasting purely veiretablo remedy Kecd. from C. U .U"d poll* 1V.4IO ., K NI..onA'e'r. wood .cIt t I .- 20.00Klws. !by n nrie not exceeding' one Hundred who.,shall b.. elected at the first election .
K.cd. from Knivat' Aiiiua tdma 075 Val. Uazette supulles.--- 11..0 Dollara, or both such line' and Imprisonment of officers shall be ouallfled:
know it, while potion's] : Liver Tone harmless to( both children and adults. l
is perfectly safe anti gives beller! re- Take n spoonful at night and wake lived fl'11Co\ U llHiidy, '1010pulU I K is. Tel Co.. .office phone ...-__ I,4)0 ICead a first and second time bY (l. "'. KnObs Vice-president.
.._ _.____ ZOfl 01. unler srh I _. 10,45v
_. ____ _. -- V K .Thomas unaiilmouH. consent and passed In open. J. Kmmett Hrpwn. Secretary and
8\ ltii>," said a prominent local drujrjrist. up feeling' fine ; no biliousness! sick HI.-.I from C. L* Jiniidy, 11/17 \ & (* Sro Co. auppllea sell 1.. 1.4.
. Podsdn'!! Liver' Tone is personally ]headache, acid 1. stomach or constiPated i- ]>ulln ----------------------7.0(1 H ;M KvanM: exp to' TallahaXMuennil JIIU. ...lidV.. J. St/tcd., O. 1'. Krlbhs and J.Kmmett .
Ktcd frelKht _.__ __hU _i 38 2F << F. H. A\VRnN. : llrown. '' shall! be the IHrectoraARTICfK .
guarnrttecd: bv every drill:!- < l )bol( l It. doepn't gripe; aU lu-c-d fruni C. L.I, handy. 1117liolU Franklin. wood set 2N __._ 11.110') ) Attent.. : I'resldent Council. VI. ;

gkt who sells it. A larce bottle the next day l like violent calomel.! ___,..__.- ____ ._____ -. S.oo \\",'n'r.Ka1'1', supplies. ) ach I Jl P.6.' I I J. K 1II.HKRT Clerk. The highest", amount of Indehtadnei*
._--- Iti-cd from C. I,. jjantl'. taxes 165.74 Central I Scientific .Co', laboratorySUIHJlloH 1 .Approcdjanuary. 7th, A. T>. 118.. or liability to which (be' Corporation
-- - -- Kei-d fruit C. L.. Uundy 1 '17 Srll I -- 111.:01 JOHN 8. CAI>KU. can at any time subject. Itself la Ten

CHILDREN WROTE FOODCONSEHVATiON. Be -conservative' bee. polls __________ -._... ____ S.00H ".....t.. Union telegrams----tn.--sch 1.. 8.r.l\ 4-Bt'/ Mayor: Thousand imllara.
< i-d Krnvrft: Amos ffdcnipna (6.3H( J II 4 SLOGANS Bread and buns will'beat the Huns K,-rd from O. 1. handy taxes' 165.75. Oiiceola Hilw ('''. ""I'| rich 1.14-34 ,.4ii' i i :'IlICK IF AI'IM.U'ATION FOR TAX; ; ,, The .'nameN and residences. of the
H.-.-... Irum C. 1. Hiiudy 1D17 12. UKK1I atihscrlhlnff' fncorporators. togetherwith
: garbage" Miss) All.Ina Hmlth. exp to K C I
;; Jield Fill all cans but ans. ____,.. . __ ______ 8.00IKI031.IM .
A competition was recently I' .polls .r J \V Kaire, attendance officer.. 46.33 the number of shares of the cap)
-jui.oiijr, Indiana school children by the Can until you' can't. iMceola.. lldwCo: .up acha 6-lIu' 3.3\ Notice la hereby Ih.ftll I hat J. VMlllrr \'. tal stock subscribed .by each act oppo-
.1 !H. M. 1>. No. 3 lund purchaser of Tax CertlttcateaNo. .lte hla name, are aa follows;
Federal food administrator of that Every' spud is a bullet. Hy (..Aid warranta. aa perHat ,701.64 HLeola lldw Co ach 12 2.4A I 1158 I and 11 62. dated the lIlt dav No of

*!ato, prizes being offered for food Save bacon until Berlin is taken. By balaiiCH.. ______ _._.._ _n_ 1.32S.6O !N. N. I).auppllea No. :i lund 1 1P".tI1 of Julv ,\. I>. 1SI4, and Tax Certmtat ) Name Residence Shares.
M.! N. I). .">". I KuBd ", No. 1844 1346. 1347 134A dated "'. J. Steed Klnslmmee FI... 7O.
sink the sub- ,
conservation Thousands of beans 'twill Farmer. Innur sch) 1337.8B
posters. Save navy Ilk I. on hand J..t report ____ .$1.01(1.10 .5 ._ .. __ 20.TS July 5th A. .H. 1915 has riled) said F., Krlbbs Klsslromee, Fla 1
H Uann.T IIIM ach '
children participated with poster designs marines. Kecd frum O L. Handy tux..8 204.611; . certificates In 'mr offlcv. and has mad. J. Kmmett: Hrown Klsslmee, Fla. I
W II I'hllll) ... wood nch) 13 3 oil
and food saving slogans and Wise wives won't waste. Ernest Anioa, ri'dviiiplluna_ __ :2.12 application for lax deed to Issue In 'accordance IN .WITN.. WHEREOF we have
___ _. 33.S1 Tulli-y < uV. trnna puplla ach 13n.4O\ .
1U Iliind), taxoa h withlilw, Said certificate hereunto set our hands and seals, thIs
the following .succinct phrases are Kill Kaiserism in the kitchen. 0. 1... H..ndI..x..a __ 'u. _.- 3623 ;Mr.i .\. 10.: ThuinaM appeared before. emhiBCK the following descrlbt proplIr61I418 'he .llthdlty \.! 3"1110.1')' "_,J.L tu.. ..........' '
of Hoover. 1 ,_'_____ '_ 2\1.1111 ill.. )lion id In thb Interest of the 4 >soe- < JiJ 'W1I"f.t'lIllT'1'f! ) "" .. \fj "'" ,
given .as examples the children's Every Hoosjer help C. + llmi. taxes 4'41I'1)of; T1lftT(1tfl"l't1..1.-' '" !!.1 'IEII'.I: ; ;. (!'lr IJ.L"
work: Eat fish-a good war dish.Thenatlon' Kriicnt .AnuM' rt.Ii.en1l4fJAs\ _........-("t'RtJ1f .!11j,, ,,;'..u..ti''J'-.flA..N\'t.I1d.n' htvKrif $ > ''d''.. ti>-wlt Lot 1 Hlork II, Lot IS11J".k' O. .. K Kill lift (Heal*
. r.09 '. ,IMiruniv h. had 1o't, alunated .
I U'J' : fUld'rf :':'; "l ) Hift'-k IS Blo..k'n. .J. KMMKTT:; BnOVftt Js..al)
.. 'l .. iJ.l ?Uf-! 'I'It1'!!".'; :' .. "' beatthat'ai'af.C as school (11,)'. The board. nirreed. Io U. Udt 1 .t.1..nt 27
$: Lot
ahd l
._,..._, ......ht.ht'"ulldri..n. thfit-'Jay 't ir"all .0\.1" 21 ann" H<< HloCk U, flTATj.J
, Uncle 11,4416.48Hy ePaftt-H
bF
"' .-", l 10mn ano Will. I Pickle and can for Sam Hindi .l In -Marsdla.Tl FLORIDA >

Not that we love lood less, .but we Tim kitchen is your fort. I 1'11101 wur. Ii's per list __ __ 1.IIIH.1oI pay the mi admlsKlon nchools of fee hit vf county ten ",'nl.,' Hhd. ..each to < >9 ;,I IIII land .beIng of assessed said certificate at) the COITNTY OK OSCF.OLA: )) ...

love liberty more. I Throwaway your frying pan-, Hy balnnuu ___ _.-_____ ___on 27P.ill for all pupils attending in date the nt..the name Isstiatieo of lnknowfv W C. "Vesta UK IT KNOWN That before me. the
Spread butter thin-help the Sam: bake. broil and boil all you can.- N. *. It. ".. U Fond The Conuty Judic" lied. his report. of Jr S. P. Smith \\'. Hampton. Unless undersigned. Notary I'ubllc In .and for
: T<> bal .on hand IIIB' n.I'ln __ 1117.43 the huntlnv llceime collected donna said certificates. hnll be redeemed acordlnic : out State of Florida, County of Oaceola -
1'11es get erlin. i Florida Grower. From < I.. Handy,. taxes u__ 17.*>5 the month of I>...e..ber.lho"'h'l* <' t/i law, lAX deed will Issuetheienu pernonaly appeared; W. Jt'o Steed
Fruit' t', K HHIK)'. tuxes ___ 128: $1211.611 turned ovir to tho - From c'. Ij. llun', taxes _u .1'0 Fund 0 IllS. well known and known to to be the
From I,'. I. Handy tnxes ___" 11.K] The Muiicrlntendent reported: that he A. 1) J. I OVKU8TRIJKT. Individuals' In and who subscribed
Kroin C .... IJuudy taxes'' ___' .96 had received a cettlncale) from the 'lrk* Circuit 4 ) ('flu rt.hst their names to the foregoing proposed
State Comptroller atatlnir that the* Oaceola County! Florida.l (Charter and they acknowledged that
220.03Hy Hank of Kissimmee as Depository. ofthe they executed the same for the pur.
paid wai'rants aa vcr Hut DH.Iu Bchool funds had been received find puses therein expressed. '
( UK t IT 'U' IIT. T."TH OF WITNKSH my hand and official seal
Strengthen AlDer ca. Hy b'alance ____u ____ .... .-. 111.8 accepted.The. foIlouInK. { appolnl'"lIt1'1', ....01....., XHAhNTH JIIIKIAI. at Kissimmee 'In the County of Oacela -
M. H. I). \... a- Kund. .. and State of Florida this 10th dayof
Hond of the .statimade .
To bal. as per lust. rciurt$2.769.lO. 11,11011.dO itlvcn by < lilt I IT. 4IH4! Klll.t ('OT: \ January A. IX 118ROMA .

Kroin C. 1... lianily.l taxes _ 125.24 : 1% ('HAEItV. THOMAS (8..1)
MIHH JenHle( lioollttle) teacher of the7th 1
From )':rllellt Amos redeinptns .64 Notary Public State of Florida.MV .
From C. IA Handy taxes ___ 3.34I.'rum gradi', 81 Cloud. \VI11lnm) J. Fling, 1,. l tuxes __ __ .48 .Miss Ola Campbell teacher of theT ,
C. Hand, vs. ( Public Heal) 4-4t
The wa.ste'of the From ('. U ltandy, tax<' -. - 1.61 i > ,HOII Creek achool, Frankltns Agnew and 'Arthur KOoncKan ,
: From C. U. Hand>. taxea un 2.202902.6t There Itelntf no further business' ', tOt'htnnl I efeiidants LIST OF NAMES' STRICKEN FROM
adjourned until the 'next regular It aiipcarlntr. bv affidavit appended
) meetliiK. February 4, IMS.W to the hill tiled In the abnve-atatvd THE CITY REGISTRATION
Sty paid warrants an PIT lint 124.16 C. HASH (Chairman, cause' that Frank Vans Aarnew. one of -
Attest.C Hie defendants theieln nnmed la a nonresident BOOKS BY THE CITY COUNCIL

liquor habit Uy balance -.,-tl.32S.60 1:. YOU'BI-U Superintendent of the Htate of Florida, and AT A MEETING HELD ON JANU-
M. 8.- It. :\G. 3 Fomd his residence) Is unknown over the axe
Ital. from laat report 10H.20 of tKniitv-ono >t>ars: It la thereforeordered ARY 1ST. A. D. 1918.

From C. 1.., Handy, taxa 125.24 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS that sold nonresident defend- Anderson, John (col.) moved from city
all the world i* trying to eliminate waste. There is no single From Ernest Amoadniptn$ .64 a itt be and he 4 la hereby required t'd.In Aulttnan. II. q\| _ ___ _moved from city
From C. L* Handy taxis 3.34 pear to the bill 1 of complaint Alderman. .11. 1. ------moved from city
article of manufacture or article of commerce that is the source From C. 1. Handy, taxea .111 paid cause on or before Thursday the .Alderman A. ---------moved from city
From <*. 1.. Handy taxca 1.64 I. Circuit nnrt Xlnte of Florida. I.- list duV-, of February A. 1). 191 H. otherwise -
Atwood J. K. _______ _moved from city
fL of so much waste as liquor From V. 1-. Handy taxes ,___ 2.10 .rntli Juillflnl < lr,..*.ult, U..ol.C'"a.C the alienations. of said aald bill defend-will names, Henry (col.move" from city

I> 1IIAMKHVL lie taken as confessed by Pass I). A. ----------moved from city

L See what liquor wastes : Hy paid warrants us per Hut 29112.64 124.U > . : Ta 'lor .Rill.It Is further firdered that this order I IHynn Muck J..a valet H: --to---.--.4.J..moved( from from city city:
r A. J. ) Complainant he published, once a. week for eight. Ilarlwr. "'m. I. -------moved. from city
By balance 1.329.0 \a. consecutive weeks In rA It wastes capital N. (4.-I>. >-.,. 3 Fund James )I. Halloy and. l.ou halley, hla) Valley Unxette, a newspaper. published llunnell Itulluek, Stanleymoved C. ___ nlIIove.. from from city city .
To bal from laHl rt-port 1118.24\ Wife, Defendanta.It In ,,Ulit and State.
$ 1t1 v Canova H. O. .. __ __ .mov..dromclty
From (t. 1,. Handy taxes .211.611 al'l..arlnloby atridavlt( appendedto This day of ecemher; 117CtCtHcttll (Correll F. H.ChlHlinlm ______ _. ._______ __dead
: If transferred to other industries the capital now invested From" ('. 'J... 144411411. taXi 5 .i; the bill filed In the above-Mated ( J. f.. OVKU8TRKBT: A. 741-------moved- from city
From C. !<. Ha nil j, taxea' .13 caiiHn that' James II. Halley and Lou Clerk Circuit Court. F. _____ __moved from
: : Calilwell. Kimnn. city
j e; in the 'liquor industry could be made to go four times farther Fioni' C. i,. I Handy, taxes I :.06 halley. his wife, the defendants therein ICrlbbs, & Steed' CV.. __ uInov..d from city
I' both labor and in From C. I* Hand, taxes .13 iiamed. are nonresidents of the.Htate Sollclio-ia for Complainant 28101lti I n.neitan, COnmoved front city
than it in employing utilizing raw of and residents. of
now goes, Florida are
. iHlicxers U. l>. ___.'_____________dead
129,111 8A54 Market Street' Philadelphia State ': 4IF ltl-I.K-ATI()' FOK I.HT.TIIHt
materials, \ ),'.11&. Aloea n" . __moved from city
Hy paid warianta aa I""I' list lll.2"" of I'eungylvania over the aK of twetityo AM: 1''Ult- --------moved from city
Is ordered : IMTHT: l-'l fe, Aa rrenFnul.
It therefore
It that fI..I r4i" defendants. bu 1'(01'1'1 U,. l A. 13. __ __ .____..mov..d from city
/ wastes earnings Hy balance 111.71t nonresident Flint.. L. I). __________mo'.ed from city
>. M. 3). ,.<.. a Ku.dHaL and are hereby required to appear. to Hen moved city
1.-t We spend two billions dollars a on drink. If there were a. per litst report_._.. 1.13 the bill of complaint filed, In said causeon .NOTTCI2Is heiehRiven Hint theindcrshWid (49pulden IlllKTtMWBKllelK '_' : td..acl from
f .JO
year ><
fronC.. 1.. Handy, taxea.. .45 or before Saturday, the Kill day of ."WIII I ijWn*,' t )ti"G..ll, I 11 halayj' "*>

no 'liquor to be had all this would purchase, homes, pay for life Jtecd.Kecd from Oaj I1t..tI lInaiidN'Hlnxe j Hand al taxes fotii.L. .0 1 legations February. ,of A. said U. 1818 bill otherwise will h. taken the nl aa* (."IrveiiioOW'rlVlflnIdAI...hrual.(4. I"pS bit foiMlI/ettj'is'l I'*" :*! *aPl.I. l Patentln am)t lid .. lJIIinIlieirnMArthu[ I ____________ mov",1 n"v..clfromclty from city
.' from ( o4
'adlothe"d moreyofjjhgl ( _ movl'd from city
insurance and provide better]food : f ilJLI-4lii lyJl.ta rii
Kecdj ruIn 'i< xj si moved from city
MguildifMl livfl follow liiHsJproposedC'lui
t I
', ill
,. i t good tliingslof 1! Lie ( nrc wi nd PA rt U'lr,!|of 11 I...teOrponitt.", 111.ury-wl! ''nl. moved from city
'' GOOD LUST DROP tiled Hn< t hert"lee ,,1.) tioved. from city
TO THE iyP t hit s.It'enN
% V-iOtBJffalL-- ;To i; inItlwnirant' ft "r list !ifl a r< |: f>f the Irw t l.it'I4 Hecretniy) : uf Slate for'thtfStato : hughes, i7 JM.Johnson ':::': '_..;novel from city
wastes Uy ballll1C gliriggnilS3&1t 15examined < _
man-power} of Florida. Clav..lohnsoii JI'. moved from cityfrom
Warrants w re and cancelled .' T. i4------- 1I\Ove" city
HTFKM' :
In .,pen SCHKIOII us follows: W .1 .luhn..J KI.n _ .mo\.ed. from tlty
the the 300,000
K liquor industry were. abphsbjed men now II. f KltlliltHJ !
School Fund 'S,70I'.E4H.
.
.leneral MflXWELLHblJSE in 11. 1. M _ ."' !tvI'd from city
Hlto\VX
engaged in it would be freed for other employment. H. II. N(). I Fund u __ 1.ION.XIK lOMMin'T:; : llll.Ins' : W - .dead
H. II. No. 3! Fuml u 8810S AUTKM'KS. I fiF.. isi'diu'cHATHiv. lHl.on: i 1 ; .' H. 1 I'. Ni. 3 Fund _. 12415S. >\ ... tlin und< iKlKned. herein. II"HOclati I l.i ill I >'tier, H ,11l.iMiirnneeker 1 I. tivtd from city
i It wastes food-stuffs H. I D. No. 6 Fun. 1H20Hills ) > ,' mil I .".Iv.I-H toKi-thi. for the putiioxe '- :::: : :. i.:. B. :::Ied from city

J were aiprtHtd and tmiiiuits, I Is* of eoinlnx a .liodx polltli 11..1. IIII.. I I. N: - - .. . .-.dead
; If all the materials now used in making liquor were used sued ua follows .;..III.IIHI.i\- iimli-i: : DM. .luus uf the,: .Miteut hat: ;\I"'r., 1'. J _ intiv'd from city
tleelan (
ti rrnleaSe. ..eta*lMhritluhrGeneral Fli>t I lilu. and %t'< h -rt'liy M.n, .lln. It II------ moveil from city
? for other things bread would be cheaper. sugar would Jbe more ( **.......1 lund llu follow! I Inn. AltleleK. if I neni poi''11IIon ?iI','I"lu'I"n.l.l J. C. _. '_ __lI1ov..1 from city
(, Yowell.:' sal Hupt -. ___ . .$145.ouV COFFEE shall) roiiHlltuti mill bo the Chat- ( ill\er I T, H. __ 1I10v..1 from cityf i
plentiful and more fruit would be available I for family use. \ I- HaxH M H I I' I :2 ,IlK-l-tlllKH 8.00W t.i.i of Hld C Cm fiora, lion.AUTICI.K 4 iiNe.il I.. IIPIIIKIIIIM. --------move,1.r rom city

It l.anl"I' M II l P J 2:I 1II'.thl10.00 .I. N III'lllllllc . . _in a veil from ..It v-
It .wattes J. ,man efficiency"The J II I Ha li..!..n M) It I1 I :2 meet i.igs 26.110 Th. nlinii. of this) ('oi .pomtlon shrill I I I I "n"If" . .11I"4'ii fron..'i" j
John K 4'ndt'l. ally for board n.! 501'rvHli lie, ('Js'r H.Pit I TII STtiHIJ. uiul\ I tinptlnclliiil ( "'like. II I M nov..i from rliyfrom i
"
'
I ).tcihin thuiclt rent sell 1 14.341trattttt ASK YOUR 'GROCER ) .. ..lare.. nl huHlnexs. Hh.ill l h. 4 Inthi I I'in'ii<'. \\r. MI'I ...", v.1 cltvf
workman who does drink efficient than the
: not is more & Oulce. lent Hell 1 (C.no l'lt\ of KlHHlinmet., < V>iinfof : workman who does. The lower efficiency: of the drinker'not ----- )Mate I of Floildi.; but the .boiinl I ', I''MIMIM' < 'tins) I------.1II0v..1 from city
ftf i liirii't'tis i mil y entnl. ii I llth I braneh) offices !ltiils. '-'.. T __ ___1110..1 from city
--
only lowers the average rate of wages. but it lowers the output at nthcr, ) iilaii'M fiom, time to time I t..g..r44. I':. ... __. ___"novel from city
UB .infly bi- desiredAltTICI) I lie l >. :nio8v p.1 front city
ON. .W.-------- !
of an industry.1" Employers recoanize this fact. It prevents' them lIf1' ,!-: I 11 jii,tferH. ... ... _. ,-. _ _.mown iiomciiymoved .t
from obtaining the maximum, production and paying maximumwages. 1'i.) ft.ii 4'tlI. I un t U no or t lie hu..ln. hoiifr) !, n s. . ....____ from cltvmoved
lOr hll..III.1. 10 loft t..an..t.". h)' IhlH Smith. .las II. '.i-, .. ,___ fiom city
It prevents th-e workman who does not drink from earn r (.01.1..11"0 HIIIIII I i .h.i' tu .Ii U re 0 ii tie 04.41iplrati :Sullivan. .Vden_-____-_"moved from cityt..rllnlC'
,
much he his fellow workman drinks. retail an" Wil>leNtiO lrltltat :-: It. I---------.tnove.I from city
ing as as might because ..res; I.i I.u Y 1".1! R1-II. I In..rl... ,'S ,p&)ittin,1 K"H"'r. l'h"1I1' __ moved from cllvmoved

Avocado deal In ..\\h..I"Hllle All" ,'et,11 I nil 1 140, ,II iiiii. .,.,,. (5.n, ;-;.-_-__ _-_ fro..lty.
Plant
Three
4 It Wastes human life drul<". "' ...11'.11.t i ...... ''fI.IIII"I C Ii. ..mlt.II..Is.ii . I Smith, \\.. A. .___ ...moved. from city
11 in., il 'eKt ii ffi. ..I"'e. lollo.t) II/III' I$ultlli.r., \V. I n. J.__ ...._moved from city
The habitual use of alcohol i is definitely known to be the Trees On Your Place; fJlnn' ..r\l..t"H. fll''y it 1,4)415.. 0 1'111(11'1,1., Santiago, ...Io..phmov..... from oh"
5'Ii nil' ,.i..$. soaps.. pet fumel l ls, I llquolH. Sn.eiliil 1 ', Unroll __ ____\niovud. from cit
cause of several commonly fatal diseases. Even) its moderate Better Still PlantA surgical ins) unifcnis. U apllanci andapparatus. Tanneriilter -_ ____moved from ,i-ltv

J plnslclniiM') : and )hospitalsupplliM Thornton) HV. . __ ._ _ . __ dend
use shortens the lives of men four years according to the aclu Grove This Season .phai l 'n".IIII..n I II"cI it,neriil I \\..i "rd. I It. 1 1nlrli II.! __ ._.- ___moved from H)"v
aries. Excess use of liquor doubles or quadruples this loss of V tIle' ..'.hu"ell.1",1, nil I I othi-l. Kooda and \\' W. i I"--------: moved from Miy
..11..1') .. rtl< bs pertalnlnu to the) Irull \\oofl. Hi I Jo: _.4._ .'. .moved. from eitv 4
life. At the very least it seriously weakens every man's abilityto Owners of bearing; avocado groves )ItllHllKHH I I.. opeiale .Horl MKtir fuuntalns \V,ter Paul I KVu11lnir. ;:. __ _. mo\i.d. frirm cit.
jind, I sill theri from" soda waterand \ A. I I.kh I.. .. _ __moved from cltv)
resist disease or to recover impaired health.Isn't making enormous profits. The I.... l'Il'Ziii" .to. "u\ Hell and deal. Inilu.ns "'"III.I I h .g. I I I I. ___- . _.m'i\ i-d from city1 i

nutty flavor of the avocado, cI I luai, .l-'t t< H, tubaci'o. cniMlli'H, ".4.. "1'. J. .... _ _. ? ,mod from city
it worth while eliminate all toilet. nitUlcM, : i.r.'I.: : :. :llquidH; alul! The Cr.iiTKll i I will I I I nvel on TuHdalil \.
: ; ;:
,1 trying its wonderful food value have all nthti) iIt. 1 ) . to the I,', hru.ny, 6th.I) A. l ltii P. at 1.30 I'. .51 .
druK biiNlii, KS to employ r..lat"r..dphArm'I.I ht'iir complaintcliilmliiK t>t ahper,,""
this waste ? a demand that for years to ,,
come will exceed the supply. ,IMIS.. fif taioiitu" <>n tin, said business, Iml.rn"ly| I <-i IIH*'illlookx from ltgqiratilnt)
If believe that the traffic in Alcohol ti> ))U3. Hell ail\ deal. In medicines pal I ) J. |II. UII.niOHT.
you
fP This season plant avocados-a grove tnt or otheiwlse. tu till 1r.'sil'itittiiiN, 3-5t( City Clerk.

i; does_ more harm than good-help stop it! if possible. Even a few trees will to imr<') ":.' and .ollnrwlse: :t : aciiulre.holil. i :.
Nell I t M ,liolesale and retail I I, lease MI-IK-: OK i2l'I'TOIt: .. Foil FIN.t&.
mean ready money besides supplyingthis and othel Ine dlHpiifli' of phonoKinphs
Ill"( II tltl.H.
home lalklnic mn<'hlnes.) nail musical Instru- i
food-fruit for
delicious use. mi..nta of nil kinds. together with inunlc -
I
: Strengthen America Campaign Take advantage of the opportunity now. \ nnd supplleH pertaining then'. t" In 4'.nl" .1.1....... ('uurt. 11..01. ('0...
li.ase Htori' to buy st.II. exehanst: .,. !stale of Klorlda, .
. inortKaffe.I hlie.I, I let leas' ..r otherwiseiiequlri. I ,
Every Home in the Citrus, Belt I .and iltsprme nf I piopertx" fortlu In .e Ilsiate .r lIarasret .:. Koc"".;;
,puipoHt. of opeiatliiK. ,i rug HtoieH" ,i.rfer.N. .
'(This advertisement was prepared by Charles Stelzle Should Have a Few TreesWe nnd to ilii. .all nets and thlnus In c.onniitlon ,
with I such liu )lm'''H. to a iii ulnbv t -
and furnished by J. M. Willson. .
Jr.)
u, hold.Imy. ") I'i Is hereby given' to all whom
otlurwlMt.I own
offer the choicest varieties- I .purclianc Hill'. coneleam.or .. moituaKi'' <>ien It mai. 011"11 thnt on the 14th day of

Mexican for the colder sections Gua- <'umliei I real .."In 4 P ot. otln'r prop- Miy ll::n .t. M H Muiphy.lIlt: w-(-Judge will of apply said: to Court ttmll _

temalan for intermediate, and South crtnetHivnal. I or mixedAIITICI.12 llf. HN Ju lw*. of Probate for our final distiirM. -
.. ofMiiuxnt
,
Executers of the estate
\ UN
'" American for extreme South Florida- Th. Biiioiint of tin' capital "t..k l ..f i':. Kocbenderfer.. deceased
(' this t c.ii |>oi iitloli( : shall: I be Ten ThnuMami and that at the same time we will pre
4 ., )? For economic as weil as other reasons ( $I)II.IIIHI) ;:Ion,':I I Hollars, to be dlIdi) sent our final accounts as Executors cifsahl
TAKE NOTICEEverybody leasta Into lint hundred I HI"' > .h..r"H. ..f th
home owner should plant at tntnte and ask for their approvaL
every ,,,
parnlui- of few avocado trees-with a Calamon- each w hii-h mild capital .t.k CLARA M HUT8ON.V '. 1
t din Lemon Lime tree for acid. mil)' l h. pa 111 for" .h t her l III tash or Inproperty \ M. HUTSON.'
or
siivlces. at just .
'. labor or a Executors.
owning Automobile, Trucks and Motorcycles and all By plantingearly-maturing, medium valuation-' ) .to be fixed t\ III. Incorporlor \v n. CRAWFORD !

and late varieties can have --- I Attorney for .Executors. 1-m-tm
ripe
Chauffeur are warned to pay the State License Tax for 1918 imme- you month in the
fruit practically 4.
every SoreMuscles AD"INISTR."TOn'fOTICM! : ,

diately, a. the law will be enforced impartially. year. Plant Avocados the investment ? !. Court ef C.mmtjr Jtmr, ...t..t

will .pay big. .Stiff Joints l'l.rlda

i Apply to Ernest Amos Comptroller New 1511....... n.W ....,.. folly !. 1'.. Katale. ef G..... B. TataaaiauOaecelai
e'exrlbw ..-... lulls ebmt vart.tI. .- C...ty
Tallahassee Florida. m. bow. vhee ... where Co pbuit.end .
t ()...* Brack ether laf__tle.. N tire l. hcn-hv &I hen to all whorn
I Write tedey t** free eepr. It may concern that on the SOth day of ,.. '
April A. 'D. IMS. I shall apply to Uj. 44
Remit by Express, Postoffict Order or Cashier' Draft .....er...., R.7" Palm Nurseries Honorable T. U. Murphy Judge of said "

NOTE. Pertomal check a ot certified delays delivery. .. IheMIct ..... __...... fInaL Court aa Judfre. of Administratrix Probate, for my of-, ..'

Application furmished by Tax Collectors or the Co.ptroUer.'r. the .dl.charfe.: and-that at.. the B. Tatman.aame time deceased Swill

I present to'aald Court my final accounts

'\ IMPORTANT Cite Eai. Number aid Model -- a* AdmnllatratrU of said ea-
'
; e .4 tate. and ask for their a proval. "?.
1/ Dated. October *"> _A. [& 1017.
. 2rtf.to ,6 o-I I ALMA. .? MORRIsON.
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c ......... / ., 4.- 11\0. AdmliV |trU. '-.
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hEIGHT THE, KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE., FRIDAY. JANUARY 18, '1918 .

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Society Notes $ Miss Elizabeth Ledbctler was hostess '
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j SHOESOuV
to a number of girl friends Friday II J ;
night who'spent the evening in .
Wells.Fxlitor.. '. an informal fashion roasting marsh- .
.(Mrs. E. E. )
4 'mnllows and in conversation.ROVAL .
-. .. I large stock of New Shoes all the Latest Styles
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Request is made to all patrons of the Valley Gazette to send items t +- --- -V -- -- - -- --- +

olE Society Events ta the Editor for publication in these colums.i . ,; t I : NKKillBORSENTERTAINED: ) I and colors have' arrived'and..are now on exhibition

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We have :
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-+ .. ,, -.-, '+ . ,- + I the invntticri. of the Royal Neighbors, at our store. you?
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Lndlrs' Mondny' night quite informally ,
BULlH.MJ.CIUCLlT, '
i BIG ''ATTRNDAXCK AT RECEPTION I:
i j jMrs.
'. nt' her nplll.t1n"lIls on Mabbetto: street.
+_ .,TO VISITORS 1 + 4-, Light refroshmentstere served. : Shoe : Florsheirn Shoes
+ J Roma Thomas find Mrs. Lewis \, Queen Quality ,
v O'Bryant'I'e joint holies( .sc.8 Mut; Tho, public''' reception J;i\'en ut thai I -- + ;I "
Memorial Tuos.layi e-ntoi'tuinltig the 13uilJing i FOR CAMP: FIRE' (GIRLS; For Womem For Men ,',
Hart i building> t I
Ci'iVkof the First Baptist dwell at
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nights for wjrjtor'Visitor outfit'to ] I' : I
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grow' in interest and .the ,meeting | the No home! 0(' the. former. arranged i ] ':'Ilj" Lillian iIs iris entertained! the"Rulethce I 5.00 to $10.00 : . 7.00. to 10.00
formal |irojnuih Willi"; ( I i '
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Viald'this week w'us nttejuled. liy more (but ) ! Campfire girls and 1few ,.
knitted[
than j I the'.gucstb or dnploScdthenrsolvcs friends Triduy' ,at her home in .
eighty: guests. I ] work ht' I nijjjhl I i
t witluneedlo (las '
Mrs. 11. N. Pfunn ,and.l Mr J Jottitb1cPhktter : '8f1 I 'ape Breeze; addition'A ; SHOES
DOUGLASS
united 'JiiU Educator Shoes for
fancy they ( Children "
were joint bostesses.undhad l.i theirv ;as < mnrshmallow ioast f ; hot chocolate' '
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The eoncludeilvitb 1 '
afternoonvas -
1'111'reHtinte' \ and 1 altin<"s were served.' "' '
arranged the following\ .
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fihrn.eiits) when, di-licioux) I'lIn -, $3.50 to
I $2.50 .
I'iano program: "Butterflies'* (Curl en :"and l hot tela're served, J U, D.' 1 CAR PLUNGE 80 FEET to$4.00
sole
>!' Thomas, Jr., asslstjrV: l in serving The: .
:Bohm) Miss Lucy; Buckles. of collected(; for the '

Jane Heading May,, "Jler Sisters 1euu! ,'' little. treasury sum $15 of the was Bociely.< { "L"[ Running pillar/ or your into automobile a truck' or into another an I I Full'line*! of Lower Priced Shoes: for Men, Women and' Children. /; ,

-W4nm The guests of this pleasant aftc-r-i cur may 'spell excitement for i iI .
Helen(
Reading, 'I I some
Mrs. : P. :
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)' Voice., "The Sltssion -of o\ Rose," encore hooiitww: 'lIutlt'l'1r:1I'1: I folksy But how about shooting over i '

t Gilbert."Ashes'' of Roses,"' Miss .Ella Mac I. Frances II. !R. May'and,, and l Retry two', 'Mrs" /, , ; wn roaring eighty-foot river 'That's embankment just what into William a- I H.. C. Stanford Co.' '

rick Mrs' T. M. Rivers, :Mrs CecilI'n.ntis ,
Ii
. Duncan and Carol do ,
Reading, Jane May.leading i Mrs". W. If. JoncH :Mrs. Joe j Holloway i
in ninth "
Helen Winn. the episode of ."TJie Fighting
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Jl'tTortlll.11'8.: .E. S. Hall, :Mrs" O. E. I
Pianoo solo, "Scarf \Dance< ," (( Iiar-/ ., Trail.( ;' Greater Vitngraj pl'elpiel'l
A.I|
K. Mist S.
White Mr
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(I Derbyshire I
minod) Miss Lucy Buckles.v .!) serial of adventure which appear
: Julius
j Prevail, Mrs M. Cosner Mrs.
of the visit- ,I the Casino Theater for
At the urgent request J I on Monday
ors Jane May repented her first num 'i I Smith, Mrs. John Chapman, Mrs w.k Robert Andrews, Amet Arnold] i I Verner Reed Ellis, Cornet Hatch, WiII' Hartridge Bennett, Hugon. C. Bryan,

bet A social hour followed the pro- I i,I Verner Ellis, :Mrs.V.. K. Bailey of These! two screen stars, driving a John Henry Cobb, Clyde Cooper,J IiiI' llealand, Newton Lawrence LdI; I Marion Bryan Carson, Alger L'arlaCovgir

y. -. _.....-"jq. A\.w.h n Mranger!! rs were! introduced Kerllucky, Mrs.' II. M I Breaker, Mrs. I mile-ii-minutc from the bullets of a I Grunt Cooper Kenneth Harrison I ward, Vernon /Clyde Edwards: Car- I! Rood Davis Crawford, Ira
..,,,, ,,, : A. Bnrelay! Sirs' L.. R.' Farmer,
-. .- and wereiinvited teWglSlfrmAmpntflcomplying { : : \ 'i,11;Iri+Ji'1 n.Citrl, ' ., hand' of outlaws, are swung from the Crosby, Eugene Davis, Sylvsetcr: I- a. I rington Santiona Evans, Joe.: Oliver ) W. Thompson) John Edgar Hartley] ,
,:those with the invitation i\f t'n"lTK'HfAyeaand : and l \/ Miss ."H'l n''' t9'\; h'f"bl' ki ttfotyth4"lJI! wiWJf 1 lClu.J.-! fWF: ?,S!;. K'lrk....,' Gsneral Kdy: Evans Charles Luther Farmer, I.yn- Josebh! )>h Kmery: .Harvey; James Mel-
were: I daughter, Virginia, I gear and tlva. car, crashing through a Henry Evans, Dave }" t ni"M-HtnrY1! 'f8rili"elIii'R01" !""'N\'Y7eatl "''duit."rtf r.Viyl f "", r1lyljsJllt'tJH) \ } !die Albert' l.an'as- ,
of Elizabeth
Pearl '
}Irs. F. M. Cameron Marysvillc, O. Waring Ri1 and Atlanta'Mrs.Dickie and Misses: 1'('Iump' of trees, pitches .into the Skit Galloway, James Hezica< Harvey Da- II Fuller,. George! A. .Junior, Ben B. tat-! .tel'. t aril I> S; :':Jih"QWlllitn'11111of\' .".tfr"- +
:Mr. and :Mrs. Court Roice, Wellington Buckles] son, Whiddcn, and Ynez river; near Santa Barbara They I vid James, Daniel Johnson, Harry lin, Frank Orrpn Gilbert, James Wil- j Jr" Clyde II. Nelson Walter J. Nt>l. i
Ohio. I, :Lucy Collier., Ruby admit it wasn't much fun, the punl'e'l] Hulbert, Johnson, Henry Johnson hum Goodman, Henry Clay Graham, non" Ralph :Malcolm Overstreet Wil-
:'III'. and Mrs. A. N. Skinner, Detroit Myrtle or extricating themselves Joseph Jones; Peter Lambkin, Joseph I Ulysses S. Grant, Tully It. Guy: |I liam Ray Prchtis, Anhtony Rogero,
Mich. ---- -,,- .- -. - -.+ submerged car, but it is just such i Henry Lesesne Johnny Mines John -George William Gross, Acie "Franklin George 1larioJSh'lIrou e',' Jr., Robt.
Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Moyer, Lockport, t I I KING'S DAUCiITEiLS'.CLASS I 'sort of death-defying stunts as that : Pitts, John I'lummer, Venoy Andrew !, Hansel, Fred Milton Hanftcll\ Ht> L. Sumner, Ii'llV.. Thompson, Harry
N. Y. + -+ that make the picture the! greatestand Rice, Elijah Robinson, London Sheppard ry Morgan lIan ell!, John Vance n-1 C. Todd Jr., B. F. Cobb. Jr.
Miss Martha Waldorf, Reily, Ohio. The members of the King's Daugh most thrilling\ ever produced. Joe E. Smith, Arthur Whiles, sell), William Edward Hansel), Class i-Iivision"F l i . Resident alien
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Wehr, Brookfield ters' class of the M. E. Sunday Jerome Wesley, William J. Wester-' Harmon, Irving Harvey, Wesley lI (not" an enemy) who claims exemption
Ind. school motored out to the pleasant APPRECIATES GAZETTE ANDIS velt, Will Zody, C. R. Jenkins; Will vey, Garnet Hatch, Frederick r-1 ,,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Moulder, Cleve- country home of their teacher, Mrs. Lawrence. Hatch Arthur Hiram Ilaye lienja- Lauri! Isak Kahkman. '
land. Ohio. i I). G. Wagner, Thursday for a business COMING TO KISSIMMEE Class Division I. All registrants mfn Harrison Hay, Wilbur HezchctT, Class .">-Di>'ixion (i. Peritoni totally

Mr. and Mrs.! A. F. Brandon, meet to plan the work for the Saginaw, Ml<:h.. Jan. 718. -divisionof Willie llealand. Van Vcrrin, William and permanently physically or men- ..1 .
Brown lm, Ohio. coming year. At the end of this discussion this schedule. I tally unlit for military xervice.
W. T. High, Noah Hull, Ila Harris Hunt y
Mr. and Mrs. F: N. Ludlow] and they enjoyed a social hour B. Harris: Kjssimnvce, Florida. Gussie Alston James Bacot, William \- James C. Jackson James Moore John James Carson Farmer, George Palmer

daughter, Miss Helen, of Chicago, 111. with conversation and knitting. Two Dear Sir: Your paper has been Edward Barclay, Douglas Bar- son, Arthur Morns Jones, Frank Joseph Garictt, William Hill Gluuville] ,
Mrs. M. II. Brant,. Hamilton Ohio. patriotic readings were rendered at coming for some time to me and I I tow, Harvey Helton, Bennie Brown ; Jones, Ira Eugene: Kenn, Henry I I slay Cobb, Henry Claude Harper, I
Mrs. E. N. Emmons, Bethany, Ohio. this' time. thank you very much. After reading Isaac Brown, Isiah Brown, Edward 1 O. Kennedy, Robert Lee Kennedy | James :Max Kritz, LeonJale\ Lank, {.
Miss Lina Eaton Sullivan, Ohio. The afternoon closed with refreshments I hand it around to my friends. I ''I Bryant Will Byrd Amos Alexander Willie Lee Kennedy: Frank B. Ken- Ijimli (Hodges Lunier, \\Jnn. :.1 O. Mc-
Mrs. A. A. Sowle, Detroit, MI<'h. when the hostess served fruit, have wintered one season at St. Cobb, Samuel F..Cobb, William Crom- Drayton R. Kilpatrick Clover AlliRter :Samuel:'; ] :Montsdoca. Lydias
,
Mrs. L. S. Ewing Wayland, Mich. cakes -and tea. Cloud and am'highly delighted with ley, John Henry Daniels, Samuel 1 Le- ney Reuben Lamb Z. Nighawongcr. Sol I'ndlCt'ttfinlJ1t:
Clayton Knight Guy ,
Grant Eaton, Sullivan Ohio. Among those enjoying the after- the city. I want. to come down next roy Davis, William N. }Fertic Will 1 l Daniels.
Mr. and Mrs. R. II. noon were Misses Ouida Malloy, Lola fall and purchase a tract of land. I Fuller Aron Ernest Hart Thomas Hezekiah Lamb, Thomas J. 1 '
Gibbs. Mexico I Galloway, Keit'stranlM who hate not hen heard
Lamb, John L.tni, Frank Lanier, Ira.
Lawler Elsie
Skilton Louise Thom- am simply tired of much
so
V. < snow. I
Y. Grover II. Fate
Henry, High Harry
I Iron to dale Thursday, 4
Lanier Wade II. Lanier Gordon Rosier p. m.:
Laura
Fannie ,
Mrs. D. Elliott, Atwood, Mass. ason Linnie, Butts and Mrs. A. W. Payton Mrs and Yesterday it snowed all day; youcouldn't Russell! Ingram, Ernest B. Jeffers, Lawson, Arthur J. Lee Roland- '| OI'\1\k i Fianklm\ ....., John H, !Baits,
Bailey, see across the street. I am .
I Will Johnson, Harry Keith Dan La- Lewis
,
L. H. Ingram, Mrs. J. Z. Roberson, coming to Kissimmee the first thing Lee John McDade James Harold indney, Guy Cushing Livingston Hell Loyd C. Chum mlniR',
nie.r Cyrus ,
Mrs. D. W. Alderman, Mrs. Lewis I do next fall. I am gratefulfor John' Wiliam Long, Fred Augusta James Ciomartic, Charnie Evans,
very
1 KISS1MMEE W() IAN$ CLUB: O'Bryan, Mrs. Wm. Coble of Orlando, the papers you send me and I Henry McGruder,Ed Hiram Padgett, Lorenz, Roy E. Lowe, Sam pel) 'Lin-. Wcymnn; Potter E\'ans. Cluudis; EmitCaKlenor
Charley Peoples, Peterson, BenJa- ) Ed: HamiltonVillie Hills,
and Mrs. A. M. Frain.: anxious 'coin Jr. Andrew
am more to come. I am, very Lupfer Warren
min Richards Garrett Harvey I
Roberson Walter Hubbaid
The Kissimmee Womans Club respectfully Mann James Lulrd I'oeter Henry K. hunter,
will yours, Marsh
+---- -- ---- --- --+ Roberts, Alfred Guy Shaub Henry ) I.osesne, Wesley. Lewis Prince Allwr.Mjrtin. / ,
meet in regular session, Tuesday Jan. JAMES Martin, Sampel McUeath< Edgar '
t FIVE HUNDRED PARTY I E. PADDEN, Simmois, Wni. AugiisTlSs Smith, : Kenneth'' Carlyle McCullo '
22, at 3 p. m. sharp. Several mattersof + R. 0,. Saginaw, Mich. Cleveland] McKee, Merrill Milliard ,
I James Vernon Sturks, Masooet Sweet, Palmer] Will
Jennings, Johnson Klliil:
importance will be taken up and Mrs. G. C. Burrows, assisted by Miller, Hadrick Mitchell Wilson Mor- |
.
James Weathers Louis Woodall. Carl henry McNoiton:: Doim Micklo\\: I I.Thomas I..
Viahors Miss Mildred Turville and Marion LOCAL. BOARD HASCLASSIFIED Fred Walker, Oar Lanier, C. A. Robinson ria, John Miller, Thadias Samuel Oliver | S. Murphy.I !sobers Ellis: Pad- '
Porter, entertained with a Five:, Hun- Felix Washington Owens,
The leading part on the program dred party at the Gray stone hotel 1 REGISTRANTS Class II-Division 11. Married\ man. I Charles Her.ry Padgett, Henry I'ad- i Hownrd gett Ezekiel: ; Rincarion Lindsay.i-thlir Pncrlgo, Henry j
will be taken by L. A. Hamilton- who Friday night for the benefit of the gett. Jolly Padgett, King IJadgett I !! Hohinsonyl'harl's
without children whose wife although
will Kissimmee (Continued from Page One) I Alexander! Robinson' I! Ed! Simfmons ,
the "What
speak on subject of Chapter Red Cross. White Parker, Stanley Parsons+, henry -
Canadian Women are Doing for the Fourteen tables of players were invited Taylor (Hill Tindal, Jewel S. Tindall. the retfistrar.t la engagedin / Oscar Partin, John Clayton Partin, II \Daniel Abit Smith, ClydOStucky "
-VVar" : for the evening though many Elmer: J. Tyson. Enoch Nelson Tyson, a useful occupation, is, not main- Harris Patterson, Claude Pearce, Roy Walter Taylor '8obt. '
s ly dependent his labor for
Mri1l1ami\t.on: \ needsno absent account of: James Spencer,'Tyson,4LeRoy Van- upon Adams' Terry, Calrence. Thomas,
introduction weref on ; thojjfecyere Charles; Lane Persons, Geo. W Per-
support for, thei;reason: .that, the ,- Leonard (i., Tindallw, Osgar ,Whitehend,
Kissimmeeaudience"and.Jallrwhohear < tormJA t dcnbergh.\ JohnlHardygWalter tJr.'i:;; ' ( ;
: t :' nom' onslCharle.PettrsohLcunard tJo .
skilled dassoftJ'orklwhic
)him I will J be$muohf interested jgj a very eautitul.PI. Henryj&WashingtonS&JacobTf& amin ; is racial I el J 1'eteyson F'iI11: t'rimoviPtayer.rap ( :: ;. i !!! Jas-
'! s well that the womt>n;.ofLAmerll[ lloowit pfdonated by Mrs Of HlPaverlwpsTwonTbylMrssSjIHlBullock'yTseci Wheeler?!BemorylPJwhiddenB Julius\ 'I' to" ph'eicellyablejtotperfor :.. I'rtithY"e r Janie Cecil Prentia WrJ ftela mifYlTtlil\vTll lu(m >'apoEnuitiWilliamlmRufulWjlHon -
Jev.Wader '
I h she
a '141.
Ht'JiNNIIS! i
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,.t'a should"'wake' to"thefneed'nowconfronting : CalsarWhitkStanley!Ienry! Whit ,
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-IIp :Melvin "rescott 'harles ': I' ei'atJr '' '
in this ond prize by Mrs.: and 'third ted,'Andrew 'Williams/Harry' O"WiU I, ill1'mployed.o! In" h'thtl\l: \ hereiaan : Fran I e Drew\ -J.1110\ I
us war and that Kenny, = herr'under !! JohnlI.e5PrittchettAChnrled! ,\Ile : ..
immediate rrwnssg'; !i for (
Bcht )rF I r.mklnllasMoses 1
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\Hams John Robert ml' ,
Woodall
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we Florida worrier should be strong/ prize, Mrs. J. D. Woodbcck. BryanY. conditions trot v ::11]! enable her I Pullen, Noah Christopher. Raulc-rson, : Dm-is. '
suporters of our sisters of the allied J. S. Cadel won the first prize for Buckets.. Yates, W. A. Gregory, Jas. C. to support! her..<-if. Recently: and Coy Rcaxes, Sampel Joseph Reed, Joe Eggleston; Johnston nnd John
nation. Mr. Hamilton's] graphic portrayal gentlemen; C. W. Ward the second .1 without Roy It. Riley, James 1C. Roberts, Samuel .
of the Canadian women's part and A. J. McCool, Jr., the third prize. Class 1-Division B. Married Man, Buffering or hardship: :Melvin Rogero, Emmett Sheridan: 1C. Wilder ate now in United Statesmilitary
Leon Rayhon Bass, Alotizo Green, service.
in the war which now confronts our Delicious home-made wafers andpunch I with or without Children or .Fatherof William : Robert M'\ .. _> Elmer Huli if. Thomas Rotunda, Orie Rough-
!Motherless Mason Daniel :Mt-AlliHter\ and) Randall McLaughlin
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Atlantic shores( will help us to be ', < were served by the hostesses Children who has IClallll \ garden, John Wesliey Russell, Charlesl
Wright Silas. :
I / have died l since
greater co-workers and to do our best and nearly fifteen dollars was contributed !, Habitually Failed to Suport His III Division A. Man with dependent Ryan, James Whiting Sage, Henry ) Registration
i i Day.
in making America and to the ]local Family. _. .
< the world treasury. j I
safe Sam Gibbs. children ((not hit own) but II. Savage, Wiliam Benedict Ryan, -- ------ --
for women and little children as LIBERAL ARTIST toward whom he stand. in relationof Geioge Lamar Sawyer, Chas, A, Sessions -
RELATIVEOF Class 1 Division C.
Married .
i well as to'bring to all mankind. man
peace
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I' parent. I James Elmo Sharpe, Carl C. Flavor
dependent wife for
Mrs. on
Minnie Moore-Willson, Pres. KISSIMMEE- WOMAN Clarence Hatch. support. I Howard W. Aru reaon. Judifo Malone : Shiver, (His Bradley' Siever, |. iwr- Parity

"Jt is not often that one hears of Class 1-Division! D. Married man. Goodman, Hezekiah'Rlch trtlion, ;I ence Silas, Hardy Simmons, Oscar Se.nemy I I
T. SWEATER an artist giving $50,000 for charitable with without children I Carl Lankford SUminom,. \Valton Simmons, Robt. II. '
i SONG OF. THE 1 j' or or fatherof I immons'I' II
Bethel Sloan. Harold
-----+ purposes. That is what, accord- I motherless' children ; man not ClasH HI-Division B. Man with dependent I .
ing to unimpeachable authority, John usefully engaged/, family supportedby aged or infirm parents. I I Smiley] Austin Edwin Smith, Charles' '
The hours I spend in sweater art Sargent, considered by many the income independent of hU labor: Hardy Barber, John Ransom Bur Everett Smith Julius May Smith, f
Are as a string of pearls-I sigh greatest portrait painter that ever]' Mitchell Walker. her, William Jackiton Barber, Nat P. I', I Robt. Irby Smith John Leonard Sta- fI

To count them over every one a part lived, has done!' John D. Rockefeller, Class I-Division E. Unskilled Farm Bass, Frank .McCormick Blake. Nicholas gles, Aaron Fletcher Stokes, Andrew I
My rows awry-my rows awry. Se., offered Mr.: Sargent $50000; to laborer. i ] Burger, Grove Taylor Chandler, 'Jackson Stokes I Ira Grr.nt Stokes,
Each hour I purl-each purl take care paint his portrait. The artist accepted "Frank Albert Gansing, Ben Tindall. I John Almet Cornell, Soloman Johna- I Harley Story John A. Story: :, Lylen
To drop no stitch lest I be stung the!' commission and presented the Class 1-Division G. Registrant by than Folks, Robert Fountain, Noah Victor Story, Charles Nathaniel]
I count, yes count unto the end money to the American Red Cross. or in respect of whom no deferred I Hull, William Owen Journigan, James Stratton, Clai.-nce Sylvester John ,>

And there a sleeve is hung. Tampa Tribune.It .(']assif calion is claimed or made. Corbett Lanier, John Raymond Ni- 'Benjamin Taylor, William James I Notice .
O, memories that bless! and burn may not be generally known that |I "Frank Lennon Bass James HarVey swonger William If. Peake, William ; Thomas, Will 1.1, ,Jones, A. Roland I particularly how much
Of ravelling out at bitter loss. the donor of this gift is a counsin of i Riggan, Joseph Short,, Jr. Jephunniah Steed, Gordon Augujtus Thompkins Archie Thompson, Henry less you use of Cottolenc than of
I I -
1 drop a purl, yet strive at ]last to 1, one of KUsimmee's young businesswomen 'JuHIUiviRlon'I II' II. Registrant' who :McKee Laurence Hugo Tress. Plant Tindall John James T\'lIun.1 I other shortenings. See how easily I
!learn 'I' Miss' :Marion Sargent, tten-1 fails to submit Questionnaire and in Class 111-Divixion C. Man with dependent William (Hardy Walker, Joe White CottoJcne blends with the flour. I

To knit across, sweet art, to knit I ogrnpher for Prosecuting Attorney respect of whom no deferred classification helpless. brothers! or sisters Ward Horace Thomas White Will Notice, while baking with Cotto- .

across Unknown.. I, \V. B. Crawford. ,| f is claimed or made: : Whiltaker, John G.errit Wills Earl lone, the appetizing: odor that comes
William Jephunniah Steed. Lee illiams Prince Henry Williams I
Class, III Dmsion I. Necessary employee !Stephen Franklin Williams Clyde from the oven. Taste the fine 'j

.. in service, of United Stall": Wilon] Joe Alphonse Withornpoon, flavor of the finished product. K .
Benjamin Ellsworth Kvnn.s.: Samuel Alfred Rnllowny With."-rs- You will like the i
Class 1 Division.; A. Man whose. wife poon Thomas James Woodull, John crispness and!
'rind children are mainly dependenton \\'iIliamVynn, Jesse. James Yates richncii of these home-made tarts.

his. labor for support.DeWilton John N. Yates William Yates... William RECIPE
Alderman, Joe An-ild, Arthur\ Jojnew.. Yates, George
IsaacAllen, Albert Aciee, \Viliim! : O. liorne Young, Randolph Young, I '." Tarts
As the Crow Flies Adam, Lean V. Allen, William IJrnd- ';usage! Edward Fewell Lee Oliver i
ford .Arnold Enpone B. Avant C'la1- McLeod, Roll \L Overstreot ('hllrl('" i 1 Jf ctipi' flour }3a nip Coltolene
are A, llaili'y.Toe Edward: Iluibe1'! '!uIIJUI't. Johnson William Chailei ,' }4 lenspoonsalt" Ice water

Joseph II, Barber, Warren BIII'Lt'l.j i Brndlev. Kiibv Lanier W. A. Hugh-j Yo teaspoon baking powder,

William Is.uuBniber., Harnej "".. "v. J, :M.( Burke] II. I.. Jordan, II. :M. I' Sift together flour/ ," halting powder,
i Succe s' depends upon adopting a light! policy and then carrying ("'laivnre tern, (Clyde I B.! Hass, LMga-! I Kiit/. I D..1.) Smith I'. K. \Wa\t salt: Chop in chilled Cottolene (reserv-

('11I1I'1('* !Hass!: i Edward: Lester Class 1 Division D. N,f<>.Mxary.. sole I ins l>a tablespoons) with knife. Add
'' i imanadins.
it into effect! without fear 01 favor as "straight ns the crow /flies. (;runt Bass James (Durvtooil lIu"1. controlling or directing [ enough ice water to font) soft dough.

John Crawford lias! Oidiu h..ad.of a necessary... industrial, enterprise Roll nut' in thin sheet Dreading with remaining ,
And Rudy O. Buss Vermo tin,;'!. Wade1 i I Cuuulene. Ioliloke jelly roll and! .C ,J.
it is to the slnrtcsl adherence to our policy to give the same : i thill. Then ""
Hampton; llass.. George Franklin K\--i\ Edwin EvanBarber.. ]I stand on end, press down

individual and careful attention to the smallest as to the I largest transaction hop Frank Talmage Itlackbuili l, Oscar -, ClaHH' :i-Di\'hion i A. Officers( -lijtislatie. .- ;I urt with>. hand Fill with, and jelly roll or thin any| ,,iloireJ Cut filling.a, for
Guy Bower James Brat- !
t Gregory executive, or judicial< of the
t t J that we attribute our successful growth. ton, .Charlie Leon Bronson, John L. United: States" or of State.
Bronson, Lonnie Bronson Robert E. !IHronsoh. I tory, or District of Columbia.Tl'rri-I Cottoleneie

_p t 1 We the 'confidence and George Franklin Bullard Jr., I Edgar Douglas Katz.
encourage friendship of all our depositors I I
Henry Stanley Bullock Louis
Berger
,
2 Clasa\ 5 Division I). Persons' in mili- Natural' ShaHuiutf'
fi e s and invite submit financial Jr:, John B. Carlin James A. Carson naval service of the United'
to problems tary
you your to us. fT At "In
Jr., Albert Fulton Carter, Jdhn Le- grocen tina
State
born Chandler John William Chap- Albert Elias Bearden, Charles 1 of convenient sizes

e ad man, William E. Cherry,, John Corbin,
.
Charlie Cohring Garnett Norman .
CITIZENS BANKOF Combs, James David Crosby, Maxwell ' -
Earl Croxton, Earl Samuel Decker -
., THIMItrTMCtOCI ,.. Joe Denard Richard Desaussure, 10 CARPENTERS WANTED .
Roger Dodd Willie A. Wil- \ .
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