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 25, 1918
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00839
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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TO ENTERTAIN VISITORS. -, So important-does our'government 300 BLOODED BULLS.

Since the Government has announced consider farming this year that it is
1ES'it is just three weeks till its intention to father the move to using Unusual measures to stimulatethe Throughvtho kindness" Arnold &

the second annual exhibition Of theO grow 73,000 to 100,000 acres 'of castor I industry. One measure that is of MacDonough who have the contractfor

-ceola County Fair but the fair beans this year to be used in the special interest to Florida growers is erecting the buildings for the

management/: is fully awake to that manufacture of lubricants for the I A FLOWING WELL NEAR KISSIMMEE I the shipment of, nitrate of soda from Kissimmee Cattle Company's campsat
fact and the thousand. and one final j thousands of airplanes that will soon Chile which 'was mentioned in 'a recent the old Jack Whidden place on the

arrangements are being, made and every see service, a general campaign for .. issue of this paper Kissimmee river, a representative of
detail promises! to bq Complete in the growing; of this! tree has been or- Florida's share of soda will arrive the VaJley Gazette visited that place

-.i.Ijum'i". 'triricfor; the opening, ua)'. ]Last year ganised. Patriotism and profit might within a short time and County Agent last week, and was given a email in-;
.. .ry.f'1"1''I"'t'ometYt1t'1'wU1l"'thU'ftni" ' \ :"' t1j1 L )'8a r1ollt :olf1hllZ.',,\ ; ;: : ,Reception To .isitors Tue.sday..Nig t .- .1fF."i iS"''n1l11 i n'Ji> out"nppricaVti :,eight into-theu<::4'mammoth-operations\ /'' "

t the fair and everything from formiNg 11 for the Government furnishes the! .c the association and buying the seed at cost and guarantees to purr -. expressed a desire to get in on the A vast .empire ot prairie lands ]located -

grounds down to selecting the gatekeeper chase the 'crop at. not less, than $:fl An unusual number of tourists and t quest) ; (b) "The Moo Cow" Mrs. J. purchase. Others who wish to sharein ,in four ('ounties-Osceola. Polk,

must .be accomplished, but per bushel. Every grower will receive winter residents attended the public parfeLupftr.. this. shipment are requested to con DeSoto and Okeechobee-lying along e
when the opening day arrived and the a binding contract to that effect.It Piano number, "Hawaiian Melody" fer with Air. (Evans; The application both sides of the river, is being converted -
gates were thrown, open to admit the is impossible for the- Governmentto reception at the Hart Memorial Tues Miss. Lucy Lupfer. blanks should be filled out and return into'a model cattle ranch with

automobile parade, every building and take charge personally or arrongomg day evening and chattt.'d"round the Reading "Perdita," Miss Gertrude ed' right away in order to get quick modern conveniences and equipment.The : +

every exhibit was complete.: Some ,with the hundreds of persons, who cheery fire and enjoyed the programof McKay. deliveries. No application can be camps are' located about sixty- ?
fair management, don't you think ? I will participate in the Government musical', and reading numbers. Impromptu tulk' by Mi Sponsler, taken after February 4th. Mr. Evans five miles below Kissimmee! by water
YKS-the transportation out to the contracts for the growing of cantor: Miss ''Elizabeth Aultman was hostess (Michigan: ' expects the shipment will reach here and about eighty miles by dirt; road
grounds is assured. Even though iti beans and officials, are being: appointed and had.arranged these numbers: 1 he recent arrivals who registeredafter between February 15 and the first- on the west baric of the Kissimmee

>. war times and the government had who will sub-let to small farmers Piano number "II Trovatore" rendered the program were: E. 1-', Mallory of March. river, in Sec. 22, Township 22, Range

\- plenty of. use. for the railroads, all 1)/ C. Gillett, of Tampa manager of by !Mrs. C. It. Klam. and wife of West' Springfield/: This soda will be sold to the growers 22. The buildings are all well advanced -

f through trains will stop at' the the Buckeye Nurseries\ will take general Heading, Negro dialect in costume, Pa.; I). J. Nelson and wife'of Nebraska at cost, or $75.f on, board jCjirn and the contractors expect to
grounds ]In fact the permit for having charge of planting 10,000 acres in Olivine' Savage. '; Mr. and Mrs ]Finnefrock of at docks the freight and tswwfijbo have them finished in six weeks or

'II, the siding laid has been received. south Florida. Heading "Irish Coquetry" EleanorIJoscn Waynesburg, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs, J. added. Mr. Evans estimates this will i. two months. Six handsome bunga i
f The roads. will fie in good. (condition :Mr. Gillett communicated with A. I). White Ohio; Mrs Upton Cheney be u saving of $35 a on for the farm- lows costing in the neighborhood of

to" for the second l and third t'arload K.; Thomas secretary 'of the Hoard of Piano number Mrs. )Klam.Heading Richwood Ohio; Valentine Eckart ei, bused on present quotations three thousand dollars each are being

of 'rushed'shell have reached here Trade, this week suggesting that the "A Fool's Prayer." Miss and wife Chicago, 111.; Robert Ito erected each with a chimney ana fire f
and Street Superintendent Woodallhas farmers in this vicinity who contemplate Thelma Woodall.Heading I tothan, Marysvillc Ohio; Mrs. M. W. U. S. WILL PLAN WORK place and an electrician and plumberare
a force of men working there. No I joining/: the army ,of bean) grow- "Little Herbic Hoover's. Rosegrant! Charleston,'. West Virginia FOR MAIMED SOLDIERS: on' the1 grounds fitting: them for
they did not forget that culvert at I' crs: should contract through him. lie Come to Our House to Stay" (by re- electric lights and water. A power
the entrance to the grounds that was enclosed a few of these contracts Now that our troops have begun to house is being built where the company .
put -splendid condition last week. which may be obtained at the officeof take in tho' will install its own' waterworks
Pt-tually part great war,
YKS>-full 'have been arranged Secretaryl'honlaa/ In the City Hall electric light and ice plant. In fact
programs/ I HAMILTON GIVES FINE AULTMAN FARMS TO :a great problem, will soon have to "I'Ofaced. I
for every one of the ...five.days. building\ : It will have to do with; tlio). reeducation the employees of this ranch will en- ,
and next week we will, print them in I Florida has done much-toward win- of disabled 'ioldierj. It joy the same comforts and conveniences

detail BO you will not miss. anything, i I ning this war and it goes without SPECIALIZE ON SPUDS will not be ,enough for tits government they would if l living in' a city.
Music? 'Of course, all kinds! of, music.. ,faying that she will grow her full ADDRESS TO WOMENL. to place those who arc pcrwanenily" At the old Jack Whidden place we
The Kissinimee band will he on: the I quota of this crop which is estimatedat met Mr. W. F. Ward the company's r
disabled! 1 in soldiers' homes to allow
job) and everybody likes to hear their approximately 40.000 acres. Just \ genial ]local manager who was formerly -
t' music. EVen: the sight of a home what part Osceola will play in thecampaign A Hamilton of Toronto Canada, The famous Aultman farms which them to complete their existence: ; i.i: connected with the United
material comfort, bit those who
band is inspiring. It'* good evidenceof can not be told at this early one of Kissimine&it'most prominent; for years were 'one of the show places partially disabled to make them arc States Bureau of Animal Industry at
fl!; a live town and $gives visitors agood date. winter residents, gave a splendid ad- of this vicinity when their fertile! unable to return to the occupationsand Washington and who is, camping at ,
impression of the community.Then' the old Whidden place until the
MILITARY' dress before a representative audi- acres produced car ]loads. of vegetables trades which they left ta: serve per
Johnny Jones' Italian Hand CAMPS NOW OPEN J manent; camps are ready for occupancy -
will be here, too, and that will be ence at a meeting of the Kissimmee will this ,spring specialize on their country will have to be reeducated -I > Mr. Ward informed us that
q something ,new to look forward to. Women's Club Tuesday afternoon at Irish potatoes Between: thirtyfiveand some employment will the company has already under fence,
enable them to rehabilitate themselvesas I
.. YES infer that Johnny Jones I 300,000 acres on the east side of the
you a Conference between the Secretary the Hart Memorial. Mr. Hamilton forty aces are being planted uaeful-citizens of the republic.
T with his unequaled midway attrac- of War, the Chairman of the took for his subject, "The Part Cana- there this week."Nothing Although the plans have not progressed river and 220,000 acres ,on the westside a
tions will be here; Correct you are. stocked .with some 25,000 head of
Commission.Training Camp Activitiesaandbtheysheads dian Women Have Played in the but spuds, was Mr.. enough to make' the formal 1
The contract was signed thill"'wtt.'k.;, War" and so intensely interestingwasclJtalkithati Aultman'sr, {ply.when, interrogated astoJRwhatSheiintendedltojplantlfyUrl cattle. Three hundred blooded bulls
the ..
He will bosihero'tfwithoutifailiandiwillorgetsthearejandreTponilii !\ all. large/: announcement!; of,, thel rgjacope; |Ito; i in'w there Hereford
oflft.| : and7Brahmayvarie.
I fraternal t I orders'iinitheitUnited\I ;,8tatesj, : f hejheld' the.undivid' I knownhatthward (
'maketh; time; flYaJI'-wiljma e hene II UtheJofficerofJthefeecretaryfoflWar{ ed rattenticmJoflhisjiSudiencefunUllthe Aultman", armed>ri'fu| la rgefscaleforJJa1numbcrofyearS'andJfirmlylbcj a working' j.iliflJwhich! ,'co havebeeenJmportted\! / teabouU$50OOO

il : }11<. fl ll too o JI'r1l1t.110W to aye||oi .)cjtobcrR9l.l)17latieBolution, | waiKunanimouslyffadoptedgJ.o'gtheVeffectt lustUJwor. : [wasfu t tered-KSS ; .: erle n IueoryjjhatIthetre-education, : and
olithuffil /
I ;>slit; ''vMor that one woe hen everyone waif nothissintentiofto lieveaJirithefpotatoTcn{ pf.andrdemonl | are!now!nl i thep pasturesiMdIHBp ,
; ')" .Hei\beganLysayingithat( It[ >\ must commence n' {while* !' : .''
I {' {thattlmdererules'prescribed"by" the dwell "onlthe detailsof 'strates'his1l! bcl ief''" by"1 increasing'acreage h is WtJHriWardirsays7the company will "
the "is convalescent.The .
of and plays,;, at' being a Child patient not depend alone 'on the pastures to
years Secretary of War and to the extent the work done by Canadian women of this tuber with every government will probably follow -
igtiin.YES. 1 that Valuable ground can be had authority but to speak of the main features', the; year's experience Us is planning, closely] the plans of the Canadian feed these immense herds but are 4
-there will be new features will l he given to fraternal'or\ I principle! involved and the'grand con- even now, to practicaly] double his I preparing to !grow feedstuff's on a
The main exhibition building, for in j /government: which is to continue its large scale. About has
; 4,000
benevolent societies of recognized and I elusion, for he sa'd "Women have crop another year in Case the city ; acres
I control the
:stance. Miss Jean Caldwell who will well established. ] character to erect I'won for Canada' the grandest: vjct&ry council( can come to his rescue in the military over badly been set apart for this purpose on the
arrange' the decorations there, will .and establish buildings, within army and have saved the very soul of Can r matter'of bqtter drainagci The street wounded until a competent board consisting east side of the river, and an engineer -
design n quaint house of palm products ''camps ond\ cantonments for social and ada." I committee of that body has' ordered asurvt.'y |' of officers, doctors and ]laymen has been at work for some time
for the ,central figure. This pronounce the reeducation complete running the levels and getting the lay
lie of made and levels taken
a graphic description to
i fellowship purposes; although it wits gave as- I
will serve as a .ft.'I'n'ry.and will give I and the soldiers ready for new of the land preparatory to ditchingand
,[ agreed/ that no order or society shall the recent election which resulted ingiving certain if deepening of the present! !I
endeavor '
strangers a pleasant memory to takehome !' ditching with draining. A suitable; tract has
be permitted to confer degrees practically all the women of system small additional
, with them where no one ever I'I in any .secret, :work within the ,Canada the light of suffrage and assured work will carry off the water from.I According to accepted theories, the also been selected on the west side
I it I -c-es a palm outside a green-house. camps., the boys on the fijt'htingline in this section which "backs up" during' re-employment of the faculties] begins of the river where extensive farming
l 110 we expect .strangers ? I Ile' we'? I France adequate support from their heavy or continued rains. I in the hospital bed with games and operations will be carried on.

I Well, yes Last yeAr hundreds of the I :Mrs. W. A. Hamilton of Toronto countrymen. lie said he wished to Speaking'of the situation.Mr. Ault- i I puzzles which excite the interest and The company is also building dipping
winter visitors in this ,section were in of man aid "If this work take the mind off misfortunes. The vats at convenient places in their
is terms I
| Canada., expected to arrive today testify highest praise to ; was sus-
II on the grounds and their praise. was tu join other members of her family the part women had played in that 'essfully curried out it would releasein badly maimed often lose courage/: and pastures and keep a force of hands.
,unlimited] of the exhibits.. Naturally the neighborhood of hope and have often after previouswars constantly at work opening up and
I at the Hamilton home in Lake Shore campaign, and said they had provedable 1 2,000 acres of
I they will come again and bring the addition. Mrs Hamilton Cornel via in every greet work and would fine potato land which now stands I insisted upon being supported by I improving the roads.

friends. 1 Niagara Falls where she visited for continue RO in tjie future great work. idle This would take in land owned the government in soldiers' homes I The ranch exceeds' by far, in magnitude -
..iL YES-No', doubt you ore deeply interested a week lie told of the marvelous Red Cross'j by J. Wade Tucker, E. L. Lesley A. I without effort on their own behalt.I anything: every attempted in
in the school exhibit. So is. I this line in Florida and its operationswill
campaign which, resulted in bringing E, Thomas and Jas. Davis and as farout .
very citizen in the country, though every man, woman and child into the as the Bickerdike place.] OSCEOLA HIGH fsctTOO'LBEGINS be, watched with, a great deal of
I everyone\ does not realize it. But the PACKING HOUSES CLOSE organization in some localities. lie While Mr. Aultman will devote all :' interest by cattle men all over the

matter of Education Day has bee I told of 'their work in establishing his attention to raising spuds this, country. ,
left to a committee of very competent agencies to provide women laborersin year for the first crop, ho will follow 'I SECOND HALF ,

I men-Prof. R. M. Evans Supt. A SUCCESSF L SEASON the munition factories and out on with corn and then hay or other: forage I BEACHAM NAMES PLEDGER
I C. E. Yowell and Prof. II. N Bullardof I the farms, for with the men' rft the ; crops. He firmly believes in 1 1I FOOD AGENT FOR OSCEOLAState

St. Cloud and the results arc sure front it was! of vital importance thatthese turning/: under plenty of vegetable : The Osceola high school and the I
to be satisfying. I I
activities continue and women I growth and says .it is remarkable I city schools of Kissimmee have Food Administrator Braxton
ES-the races will be as good as The open season for the packinghouses forward what wilderness of entered -
came to fill the unaccustomed a grass and beansor Beacham has
I "i they were last year, better in fact. I is rapidly nearing its close, places. peas and even corn stalks can be upon the second half of whet is to announced his intention
'\'l' are in the seine racing circuit as. and by the end of this week the most I proving to be one of the most successful I appoint an agent in every county
He of the united coveredup when three '
K told. effort of the you put big whose
terms in the history of the city duty it will be to see thatwheatless
Orlando and Jacksonville
and I .
will of Osccola's fruit crop will have been people in'planting vegetable gardensto mules to a disc cultivator to work. '
I I The enrollment in the' and. meatless
( have a four day I'ul'ingprojZ'rul11 un- shipped to northern markets. The high' school days arc observed -
release wheat
more for the counr has! already reached 122 whichis and that the is not
der the rules of the American Trotting season has been a 'one, I tries proper ; i public
prosperous where this
was impossible at
19 more than has been enrolled at charged exorbitant prices by dealers!
Association. One day will be notwithstanding the severe freeze this time and of the food
given over to novelty There which conservation STRHT' the close of any previous term. This in food stuffs.
races. threatened to injure the crop, movement. Along this line the BEING PAVEDTOWARD number taxes the capadtjy of the Attorneylilton: Pledger has beenappointed
will be a cow pony race, a mule race, the damage proving/: be 'slight with I II speaker told of cities where municipal I to this .
rooms to the utmost in fact the need position for Osce-
and possibly: auto races. The track the exception of few
u. i I
piggeries had been established ola
will be in ideal condition. Seth "I of a new building to relieve the county though;\ it in not likely his
Woodruff spots. The embargo placed on shipments FAIR
/: where the last scrap of food which GROUNDSShell crowded is duties will (be arduous the
will officiate as starter and judge. I from Florida prohibiting their was thrown into the garbage j condition greatly appar ofthis patriotism -
pail was ounty is well established.
His fair treatment und impartial : consignment north .or east of Richmond utilized food. ent.A
as In peaking of his
study would be appreciatedby appointment as
judgment last made his workpt.'rf' Va. -raised in
was eight
Mr. Hamilton gave a very lucid out- I for paving( Penfield avenue thee pupils' who art entering the food administrator, Mr. Pledger humorously
satisfactory to both the association I amt had no effect on the shipping line of the Canadian form of and Clay ]leading .south >1!
and government street to that I "second. half" with the full realization remarked: "I know more
the raciug-"mt.'n; othor than to close the packing/: house to show the complete freedom city limits. began about
I arriving this wt.'l'k'j that it is "now or never" for this eating food than any other feature -
1 F.S have
we of
thought our boysin for a day or two. I which exists there and how voluntary and Street Superintendent and who find and if the neighbors have
year no adequate placePov'r
the trenches and our duly to our At the Kissimmee Citrus Exchange the sacrifices the country has. m-de has hud a force of hands busy grad ) led for out-of-school hoursstudy thing !good to eat tell them to send
common cause Certainly. The I Red packing, house which handles only in this, war have been. The "Win theWar" ing and putting .down. it in."
-t'ross headquarters will be moved to the fruit of the members of the I' I
i asso
spirit is; still domiiK-.nt there :Mr. Woodall estimates.
that it will I'rof. R. :M. Evans. who
the fair grounds during fair weekand et''onthe has l len exceedingly )I ,
season, he said even though/ it might i lead to require about twenty carloads of I importance of the morning study IHIII'AHTY:
l everyone can see just what is prosperous, and unusual prices heavier burdens.
'' Canadian women I shell to complete the job and he expects is instituting\ the! 'puss card system. Fred rl 1. Bradley] of the
done 'here and manager
being will be
been received. Since
/given: anopportunity have the have not lost heart and whatever duty to have it all down in ,
These will American
, ampletime cards be issued to Agricultural
to join in the service with the house has shipped on an nvt.1'Uj1' is asked.. of them t.'Ij'hilt'h Chemical
will .
they not fail in for
use, during the Osceola school] pupil and i will be signedby I Compi.ny and of the
Bradley Fertilizer
]labor or financial support.YES ) of a car a day and will cleanup itsjoiiiumiTiation\ he said. County Fair 'I
SIREE] -tho Fruit, especially this week with the exception of a One strong feature of Mr. Hamil I the teachers and by Prof. Evans Company and the Coo-Mortimer:

citrus fruit the vegetables, the poul- few, cars to be sent' out late in the ton's address was a pleas' for the continuance I Then tiny pupil wishing to pass into : Company with headquarters at Jacksonville
try and the stock exhibits will be season of the' I the building .to study! previous to the I' was ,here recently on his re
complete. We have been told there Some of the oranges and tangerines relations between present the United harmonious States I Anne caused Bryan by the Carson.resignation of Miss opening hour 8:30: may do so by pre turn from a fishing trip down tho

will be some surprises sprung along have sold as high as $4.00 f. o. b. and Canada, whose interests were in Mrs E, E. Wells made a report senting the card to the door keeperand river. lie was accompanied by J. f i
on admittance is assured Should i Burkhalter Alan
these lines and that MacDonough
not only the Kissimmee. he said. ,
common, the
Christmas sale fRed Cross seal, any pupil show a tendency to, abuse Graham bnd Bert Criner. The
Strangers but the home people will Most of the fruit was shipped tr The speaker closed ihis address by stating that the full for this party
get an inspiration and a broader Columbus Ohio where it sold at quota this courtesy by| making a disturbance went by launch as far as Lake Cy
con- was referring again to the last
political county 5,000 had been sold and
; that he will lie deprived of his privi press and report the fishing "fine."
ception of the possibilities of Osceola private sale though one car brought a which as
campaign, had resulted in the"fiftyfifty" before the meeting adjourned Miss lege. This system will be Mr. ,
by this fair. ., good price when sold] at auction at administration Elizabeth suspended Bradley expressed himself as
as they Aultman
proposed a during inclement weather when all greatly pleased with this section of
Philadelphia; Some consignmentswere call it, telling: more of the part women resolution endorsing Mr. Hamilton'swish pupils will be given admittance. the .
Mr. and Mrs. J, G. Watson, of Toronto sold in New York Pittsburgr and had played in bringing about the for a continuance of the present The beginning of the second '*'half country.
Can.; are guests at the Kis- but the bulk of the fruit
Philadelphia reform
said. f'Their influence and friendly feeling between this nation is co-incident with the organization :Mrs. W. Coleman leave to-
simmee Country Club. They have went to Ohio, with few to St.
a cars active co-operation has raised the and Jiii country be
and the
recently returned from the front in Louis and political passed of the high school] chorus and Miss day Kissimmee to Join Rev Coleman ] -
Chicago. life to a new level in Canada. club go on record a* favoring it. The Myrtilla }'. Beats music teacher who in that city', which will hereafter
Europe where Mr. Watson was seri- The house closed p
Hupple packing the
During business of the meeting motion received the
unanimous support will direct the work has held] the Ini- be their home lift Coleman' having
ously'wounded' some time age, and theseason) Thursday with ,a total of Mrs. J. M. Willaon Jr., presided with of the meeting vote tial
t have come to Sunny Floridf, to re-' Some 33,000 boxes. This vat all sent Mrs. J. W. Fripp acting Secretary. of appreciation was tendered the practice. accepted the pastorate of the Chrise. <; *
The,, declamation contest looms tian church there. Mr. Coleman left .
; cuperate. Mrv,Watson is ay'{ member to eastern markets New York, Balti- Mrs. L. H. Ingrram 'was elected se- speaker of the afternoon torhis fine up '

'of a leading business firm I in Toronto. more and Philadelphia] / .-cording secretary .fill--the vacancy' address '' '_ .,(Continued, On Pate Eight), i'J J on Banner Saturday for Kissimmee.-ROeala w p ;

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.. ; :; ; December 23:!, 1)17.Dear \ 1 1 : "

of Postal Zone System flay! Very unexpectedly andmuch I

to my delight the Xmas box. Wanted
1000 Laborers
hipped( .by(> you arrived! all intact. It

(Hy Rex Beach, president of Authors!! kllnwkdge) of matters Outside, thenown is.vefy bard for me to express my !,
intimate worlds, they must dopi'ndllliirirely -
appreciation' to umi.rill thejfood
,: ; le'at4le. ) you
their reading., Destroy -
1 :write'to urR-e the beat\> / .tort lluhome upon wading of the (gravest'hand. true friends, in Kisimrm who I Iwe I Ii .......
.. ,'nr inch l lot ,of
I :> a useful articles. 1
and destructive I'oKlal Xom.SyKl: >:'inas < > <'anXmeimin ulThet,/ .
should like very much to writevery I
? pplie l t'J periodcal) ';I |laablut4tiuu4 nvijcasnh; ; and i mnodic. ,
oix-'of them an jl let thorn know how" .
whU'h 'il u'(. tlic liifct s-'// j"1 {
wan pa- in the world I
ln ure I the fi. (! -of Congress.t / 'ouprvl/ tV, h"lw" 'h of human thought\ ,
i honestly it "is for me to
iiiipoMsiUlo: '
When ,the X.onRyUim; ROCK/ Into and cndetiscr, they riingo ill 1 kcuptr[ ( !
tntthe\ \ time If it: i-< not askirtir too'much Laborers
full effect it will'!) maul :an inei'easr" offiom from the pol'i-ly' mutrJ/inv* { of you: I would"appreciate, It One; Thousand
fiO to W I per' cent Thix willliivViiuMy to tins highly i U'chitii-pl ttiwl Iwwn'lit1C'Un. niuch.if would the word .
,) result in, I, .vast/ l uinkKu) : .)ie jounials I\II.J'' ngrnsultliral. import. 11 1 Very uindnd that I you luu! received pass the box .

,.circulation. . and 11* u44'onsr'gatol''enaly ; < ''tlffiji'diStuUoua/ / IJ) \'. luw IK. 1pt'hlt'lncl }land with to thank them, all in this
of our most iniM it\tttnt p-wlili 'a-'! l i'\en to "our 1'1.1111" t'1111Ifjo\( ,'j| m.inner. until T get a better oppor Two: Aviation
it-once : : : : "A rid\ thomof" the f I hgh) .st Huf.'illonalvalue '\\ ( tunity. 1 inn keeping all of the cards Wanted at. the

; ) / will, ,'IMS prL'"\\f>f greeting! : amongst my treasures, .
,.. pled If |HTi ,.qwlfi's: the' grtuteatin? )ury, flom tt 'pni >'1 :.which'are 'very limited !because (>.f the .
their )places! of!h usuN's!* tu Minfoim:/ t'J i hiliitiv, 'postal! rate. jVw \stphfl\\1I1 1nij '"j Ainall amount of "spare"and equipage, t

the ncci'Mmu'S1 the il.0116 i System. j fand i 1 a public'/ press/ our, lneperal! that one is allowed to have. : Fields Florida.
its Home of them contemplate\ doing\ ,ffoni{I euch; other. TheoOo: 1'ostal I 11 has )been very 'old here for the Arcadia .
if }hair: influence II* arlutiunly) limited System a>! it now stand, virtually pay; week though ,they say that itnever ,
we will .have; itt ..I.t.sI' 1\eiorn\( (< I''I taxesperiodical out of "Jiistencesince gels, leally cold. I havemy I

' j: uather'thlut'it,' national pivHS. .. ,Wj ) !it )levies' 01l'hklI' the tJu\\'. doubts!!, We had 'rUite] a bit (If..lIn.Vth _J '.
: 7: I donut consider it hecvwary be
i 1Jishi'r I 'cannot pay'and'whidi can other day which covered the .
:, call attention to the, Vital\ importance .
your I1/1t.1 j/tnh pats on to his subscribers ground for nearly two days.., For the
: f maintaining a truly' , .t they will H'fuae to become sulworiber J: last two'days the kids have been'out
iI lonal press, especially: ( at this 'in our affairs, when our national life why not 'a tax upon school books ? I|,this section for this season. My work per
ip I
t depends upon our unity o.f thoughtaid A low postal! rate is a privilege! t is inside at the present time and we
our solidarity of pmpode! I the to. the have a very cozy little office which'
granted by government
.. To destroy that unity, that -ioluliirity I /people.) It I"i not'a method. for lais- ''we manage to keep warm by continual : and one-half for overtime. .
to weaken it in any way is a '
; ing revenue and I should not be so considered coaxing of the fire in the little
Mow at the democracy for which we I
There! is no more reason i old 1 tea pot of u stove that we have
)have taken up arms. The" Christmas mail is coming Ih I

....,....__.. ",n""' .....!....:.-.'''tlt.,.N t'IIt1lI'tl'f'1o country' ,Ii1 J.'ari.\4uryjy a ..tte'f"ol'ut.'flWt'\'I"" !!' without .JI 1' ..JoJ\Q the why Department;the,:u ,1Dp.lmAU;VostolTice ip of>z.Department Agriculture rploi1-t: \\.Iu."j)) or s.ho'uld i -1111 the t;.tn thorftjes:( 'Il't'e'h\'l1' simply J'J.9.ld3./lf i snowed, 1 "t; ;'under 1: ::;;S4e4-qrr ..rd.dS.0. ",r'rr .,tepgnviP'71M' +iMWfM!.."..".-::.. /i
country's greatness is measured '
Weather Bureau should do so. All with pII'kaj'csand boxes' and ,so on..
largely by the wealth and Variety of educational and businessbuildingdevices ': We are all looking forward to Christmas i
us letters. Throttle our writers lessen are of incalculable value to the day, for a lest and a good feed of 25c meal
_ _ their media of expression and nation. I If the postoffice must be run tuikey I and the rest of the goodies\ I Camp per
will not only obstruct our national -
you for gain then why not abandon the that KO to make a Christmas dinner ,
progress but also distort our na- .The turkey already in the kitchen'
rural free delivery $40,000000.00 ,-
tional thought and cloud our national so' I guess we are sure to get them
... vision, for the creators of literature a year' In the afternoon we intend to go to
play an important part in directing Nor is it 'true that the present sec- I Base Camp No.1. Where the remain- -S

public opinion? in shaping public ond class postal rate constitutes a der of too regiment is, to see the
thought, in safeguarding public mor subsidy magazines and periodicals Christmas tree we are going to have
als. Now, above all times, our government the fallacy of that argument has been I for the children of the town, outsideof FREE IIIIII
v needs a strong, intelligent proven Would you assert that the which the camp is located. We hada LODGING
fearless and independent press; it American farmers are subsidized in contest in donations between the
r reeds. the brains of honest, :loar- an amount equal to the operatingcost companies for the purposo of raisingthe I
j thinking writers, as well as honss:: *, of the Department of Agriculture -. funds necessary to carry out the '
c'lear-thir.king; legislators. ? Or...that American shipping is plans for the tree. The leading com-
Thanks mainly to a. low uniform subsidized an amount equal to the pany having something over 2100 IN CLEAN COMFORTABLE QUARTERS.
rate of second class postage a vast cost -Government Weather Reports francs, while our company came in .
? No.Magazines. third with about 850 francs. !
and periodicals are not I am enclosing with this letter a '
writers has come into being. These luxuries, they are necessities. Their copy of our regimental/ paper, the
writers depend for a large part of reading pages are more than a boon, Christmas number of which has just THE
.. their living upon American period- more than a benefaction to the people come out. It may be of interest to IIII
icals. Destroy or seriously cripple they are an essential. Their advertising you in giving you some idea of our
4 those periodicals and you will exter- / pages are1\ vast bulletin regiment and the work that we; are I
minate American writers.Is boards set up !(In American homes. doing, expressed by some of the men I
that a sensible or economical The greater the circulation afforded who are better hands atv 'writing J. G. White Engineering Corporation'
thing to do? by them, the greater the market af- things that will pass the censors, as
But I am not appealing to you to forded to manufacturers who Use I well as be of interest to you people
I undo the injustice wrought by the their advertising space. Upon the I at home. '
iniquitous and destructive Zone Postal sales produced by these pages depends With my best regards to all, I am, i
I System on the sole ground that it the prosperity of hundreds of I Yours very sincerely, United States Contractors I
carries a death sentence to authors thousands pf Americah workers, al- W, 1. "BOH" BULLOCK
and to periodical publishers. In all readily heavily taxed to carry .on this Pvt. W. .L. Bullock.merchandising 6tlMONEY 'i'iII
fairness that should be enough to war. Tft lessen the number of those J .. !: S. i4
warrant its repeal or at least its radical reading pages, to tear down these i
modification, but that is perhaps bulletin boards-the most efficient, and selling agency. '
the smallest injury attributable to it. lIellinforce/ in existence--even to ever developed. y '
To vastly increase the subscription limit them, is to inflict a terrible Inconsidering, .". repeal ,of this un- FOIl VOCATIONAL EUU-. promotion of vocational, education I of industrial and vocational education
< rate.,of. periodicals, to force many of hardship upon the' business of our fair,, destructive and conscriptivemeasure"maydIQbegjofjyou'toweigh CATION . during the current fiscal ;year is $1- under federal guidance, and with
themjouti of, business constitutes abodyjblow1 country; itis, an attack upon the, in-t / , 1 8GOOOO.Y? ':;'f ? i f "i'K. ,tfJM" ,.* \' 'federal aid in which a very large
at(: education; attend( -< dustry' and .the, prosperity: "*oflhe| |na|1 carefully!its jefrectjtnotfonlyjfupon ithqperiodicalJpubl ,; :, yocational! ':; u .at ?n\\fl;: is'i4t gien'fabiioetiinyIlorfdti'bythe I I'reR"' >h'nt,}'W'ilsolilan3: !:.I."vq""gyer!' "1i'i.\!,"I.Ii.f!}!;$"j 'percentuigerof(!,!he>: ilJth'rjOf/ this couniryIwilLjogiJ '

t"; berlofjallchildren| who our tion,:.jWhat::ismoretitfwil4re8ult! ] ( ,ofin"antincrease | ilh e"' ) f : : allotmen t'j} |icial anc.tlOnJ i;o his I vocationaUwiu| +| \'im n4t'aimngjin! :! the skill- '.
puth'eJachooldonlyabout4tenipercenteverrattainT; in Srevenuefbut thelwiderfand[decpel' conseequencces'as, announced atioi canipaiKnjfnfastatemi'ntB'entmtlbj ; ) fulj. SejiandlapplicatkinloC&JI' he;, prinprin-' '
; ; \ ) !! |postal ] just of a fade-ra grant, of ) t ,
'more than "a'grammar in. a vast decrease therein.*">To: choke; applied'to"the', lCeneral pupLlic1l'and to money! !under... ?-,the v*vocational educationact. u_ _, the*vocational l."education.boiird.' ct's of'' t.jenc.'I1.nll1noe.u; vre and.I: ,
school oCduca1i n..,, For. their subsequent the periodicals by the imposition of the business interests the country ? The president says; : business
education for their acquaintance a destructive postal rate will resultin May I beg of you also to refle : upon Having been advised that the ,, "There are two sides to the quest '
with public affairs, for their ,the asphyxiation of the greatestStateBank the injustice and the lack of wisdomof state has complied with the 'terms of t i'tion of pteparedness.! There is notmerely I The 'Quinine That Does Not Affect the Mid '
destroying the means of livelihood the law and has agreed to match every -,! the military side; there is the' '
BecauH*of Its tonic and laxative fleet LAX A*
._ federal dollar publicly raised by industrial side. And the ideal, which ,-
-- of American writers with all that 'I I viva BKOMO\Jl.ININKifil-Urrth n ordinary (
the state or local communities the I have in mind! this We to Quinine and due* not cause nervounB. nor
sych a ,wrongentaiJs ? In calling is : ought ,
I federal vocation board announces)' I I ringing 1 In head. Kemembrr the lull name and .
i your attention to this phase of a very I ; have in this country a great system took tor the airnature of U. W. GROVE 3G ,' I
1, I that it has allotted $15,405.7'\ to the I
vital matter I give voice to the protest -
state of Florida as the government i f
I of the thoughtful men and women portion of a fund to boost vocational ,I h-.
who are making American lit
education during the fiscal year 1917-
I erature. '18. At the same time allotmentsare
.! ,An expression of your opinion will made for sixteen other states I
I reach these men and women if ad- Ohio than of the .
receiving more any
of Kissimmee dressed to me at the Authors leagueof others. Osceola Hardware Co.

America, 33 West 42nd St., New An announcement by the board I. .
York City.EXPENSES. "The of federal moneys
says: payment -
The world: to the states are made through i'
of the I
eyes Of' FIRST DRAFT IN state boards for vocational education Located on KisHimiriee's "
STATES AS GIVEN IN PRO. and are divided ;nto three general I BUSIEST CORNER

VOST MARSHAL GENERAL classes: Money alloted on the basis of I
: CROWlER'S rural population for the salaries of ,
f are on the man who II REPORT. teachers, supervisors or directors of
agricultural subjects; money allotedon
the basis of total for We have just received a lot of..fine
i Alabama ___ __ __ __ ____ ,I $133,8i0.88( population
Arizona ___ ___-______ __ 126,160.44( the maintenance of teacher-training
Arkansas: ___ ___hO ____ 77,027.81California ctlp, rses. Gold Brand Chinaware .
__ _'n____ 4,79f)4 l! ) The approval of the plans of these R
Colorado n_ _________ 45,211(17 states brings the total number of the from ;!
I. Connecticut ___________ 4.s70.fj4 states whose plans have been approved England.
SAVESiI, Delaware H 0_ _ ____ _- l JIOf! >228 up to :30 Only on.e state so
I )District of Col.T.ibia, ____ 8..>884i(; far failed to accept the provisions of It was ordered one year and a half ago, but was delayed on account r f
the vocational education act and the
I Florida _ _ u ______ .1 12,(94.00 d
Jeorjfia . . ._,. "=? 1-17,04.78;; ft'derll.board is examining and passing ..of>> the war. i! t' e through the most dangerous part of the SUBMARINE
I I I, Indiana _ T---h_ __ !93,265,00:! upon the plans submitted' by the-
I Ida 1 I 1'0. h _ __ ___ !I-'VJ) !'* stales us rapidly us possible.!. The ZC.'ifc; and is now safely displayed on our shelves. It will

for !. ll1 '1ol": . . ,- ;il.YM'iilK'i: total amount of federal, money avail- for its delicate beauty'as well for the
a moment man able/ for the U1of the states in the be 'appreciated as dangers
PAUSE Iowa. -_ h __ rr!>,.;.")(>.J'Ki.nsas !/
self. The . _ __ __ :\tI,063o0 I !));; ...... through which it has come. .
give a thought to Louisana . __ __ 5:1,574.18: ;
Kentucky (dl'1.h..11. ) __ 100,000( ) I EAT ALL WANT --
that confront
; problems you now or I : : J.T2: .OlM.uvland
: : __-_ __ _-. XI. OIl.,1 NOW AND FEEL FINE! II I Once more we would shout the praise of the NATIONAL MAZ

will a few years hence.Look I :\tta.arht".ett': -_ JO.'i,2XHH) ) I DA LAMPS.: They are the perfect modern light. We sell them.
:11jLigon\ |< :JHT.hd': ;:;! 4"\ II

about you-the men of affairs in country, state, nation- :\111.11",01. ._ _ !1IRtl\JHJ; ( ) f t I .
:Mil\ ':issipi _ nolil3Qi5(\ ;
yes, in the world, are the'men who started to save early in life. ;Missouri __ !Kil,7)2..r;! : l I That big rain last Tuesday'morning made your roof leak, didn'tit '

i ;Montana _ . 1 i
.H1.HI4R7II !
1 ) ,
They have the respect and confidence of the community.Then :N'biasku: _ . . 1.3,3:15.65: :) ? Well now look here,,,we sell one, two and three-ply roofing of

II Nevada _ ?_ ___ ___n_ __ _ I several different kinds. Call and let us tell all about it.
look on the other side-at the fellows who spend all they New Humps.lire _n __-__ 14,571.70 you
make-they may have a good time for a while, but what does their I New Jersey: (eetir..t'te(1)) !i5,000.00 l

5 personality reflect? New ;Mexico __ _________ 'Jfi.4,28.79
4 New York _ __________ 803,234.29: No More Gas on the Stomach or Sour)
A dollar deposited in this bank will be the North Carolina _____*._ 1,452.J.88North :! Stomach! No More Heavy Feeling GASHUM AND SUSETTE .
or to )Dako __________ 15 094,45! After Meal or on.tlpatlonltr I 1
nucleus of an honorable, independent career. Ohio .._... --u_- 280,148:00Okl : you have sour stomach, constipation Gashum made his first visit_ to Chicago recently, and while there

Make your beginning now-today. Your bankbook . homa _____ _____ __ S9.476.60 or gas on the stomach tryJUS1.ONE follows
his wife
will pare the way. Oregon _____.___ __..__ 6,809.66 SPOONFUL Simple buck wrote t to as :
Pennsylvania _____u_-_ 440,239.57 thorn bark glycerine etc., as mixed "Dear Snsette ti

} Capital stock ___________------. ____ ___- $100,000.00 Rhode Islam; ._________ 39,860.68 in Adler-l-ka the MOST POWERFUL .
Resources ore _-_,___________*____________ 400,000.00; South Carolina ____??_ 61968.76 bowel cleanser ever' sold. "I 1 am now in Chicago. It is a ;mighty big city and awfully
South Dakota _______.. 17,03.45 The VERY FIRST dose ehowa re-
and Tennessee _____________ '.42312.52 suits and a short treatment with Ad wicked. There U something sizzling every ;minute; Wish I had come

Officers Directors: Texas ______ ______ ____ 194,320.49 ler-l-ka will surprise you. here before I converted!
'1 CARSON President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY V-P. Uth.. -_______-____ __ 16,321.57Vermont It drains such astonishing amount" was
C. A. of old matter from the that.
system '
____________ __ 18,1557.74
ROMA THOMAS, Caahler Virginia 116,530 A SINGLE DOSE relieves constipation '
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I Washington __ ____ _' 76,268.28 sour stomach and gas almost Watch this week for
next about
INSTANTLY. week space more Gashum and
I N. C. BRY. N. N. B. CARSON, M. KATZ West Vircln-:.". -_ ..______ 61,740.33 twice a "
,- C.: A!. .CARSON, HV FLEMING, .J..LE.. L. LESLEY ( Wisconsin ; u-__ 134,948.60 guards against. appendicitis. Susette. ?
0' 7 ., WADE ,TUCKER, Directors. Wyoming--T--- ?--. 8154.74 For Sale by Central Drug Store 41
r 'f a Alaska-_.......__-.?.. ,.- 600,00,
I arms
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I Interesting Historic Spots. In FloridaGo I BEHALF STATES' 'INTEREST 'Rtc1 4t4 ,POOR ,

Wshinfrton D. C.-In the, MENrHUN&RY
I particularly of fertilizer concerns and (t MEN ALL -

Help to Win.. he War; 'where :you may in Florida, there: Some of the sand mounds appear to I truck growers in Florida, and also as P r I ttRE Srtts
I affecting fertilizer interests in
historic and romantic The have been'used for dwelling places, itally ?
... \1 are spots. while others are 'burial grounds. Sev- SoOth Carolina, Georgia and else uAlnIr
1:. R,, Make Idle Acres Pay flags of three foreign nations have eral accounts have been published by I where in the South, Senator Park + P FORWN1tH

II" waved over a state now poetically and Northern scientific societies describing Trammell, of Florida, today filed a '' a THtYCAVU
(''' very properly termed the Land of the skeletons implements and strong protest with Fued Administrate
t Plant Castor Beans! J"lo".er here white men made the pottery obtained by excavating in Garfield against the fourteen day

first permanent settlement in what is these mounds; and a partial list of ] closing order alleging briefly that the
now the United States. On the first i the papers may be found in ,the bibli- saving, of a few tons of coal by the COG
maps of the New World the name of ography accompanying Moore's paper i order would be small compared with
The airplane fleet of the United] States,depended on 10, Florid was given to all that was ,I in the Journal of the Academy of the aggregate loss not only to th> IN, THE ENTIRE

. largely win the, war, will be efficient only if it has planty known of our continent north of Mex I Natural Science, Philadelphia .tilizer fertilizer people but also to the fer CATEGORY OF MEAT
'f ico. St. Augustine and Pensacola are ume VIII, 1898. Apparently all the users.
; of castor oil for lubrication. The castor beans to make the oldest cities in the Uuited States I mounds are built of sands or shelf of The protest was filed In behalf of there I.1 no' cut so choice and succulent
and abound in features of interest living species of mollusks. Cushlng'i the Independent Fertilizer Companyof
the'oil must be grown on Jand which tannot be utilized Jacksonville and, according to as a fife slice: of sugarcured
." Gen. Andrew Jackson captured Pen Age of the Shell Men is a readable .
for' the production of foodstuffs. sacola from the British in 1814, and volume devoted to the life of.the early Senator Trammell!, the same condition ham. It immediately 'conjures
from the Spanish in 1818. Illn 1821 he inhabitants of Florida, and of, valueto except for the truck interests,
That's why the, United States, Government is making rrraintaJnci elsewhere in }o'Ij>rida. up an enjoyable ,mealtime.
became our fret territorial governor. persona interested in archaeology.
contracts for planting a vast acreage of castor (beans in Later. he became president of the There are mounds and evidences of "If this order stands. Senator' You can almost! smell it frying in
Trammell said "the loss to the South, :
United Stat4 . I cultivated fields in Florida whlh ,
Florida, through responsible concerns which undertake to :'" of the shuttir the pan.
generally by reason
New Smyrna has a record going show that the early inhabitant had
look after the details and conduct, negotiations with the back definitely to 1767 where Dr. I some ideas of engineering agriculture down of the fertilizer wore Just at a -
time when farmers are needing their ,,
'I, farmers, fruit growers and trucker; of the State. Turnbull brought bs: colony pf 15,000 I ;' and there are relics of several product! will be enormous. It will bea
Mmoreans" and Greeks there and large works which
I One of r the largest of these contracts-and 'the first made, \ en. were apparently serious blow' to Southern farming'
gaged in the (rowing of indigo. The canals. Perhaps the most noteworthy Interests and although no relief is City Market
4 Under its Rite of Fort Carolina at, the mouthof cone eta of the
with D. C.:; Gillett of Buckeye Nurseries. 0'iSIJ antiquites promised, I am hopeful that some
the St. Johns, where the FrenchlIugu.nots enormous shell mounds that exist; at r
t terms, subcontracts for the'planting of castor beans'in any. : way may be found"to, ,modify the or
:; ; in 1564 raised the first flag various points along the coasts. der."
.J, '" quantity, from one acre up, now'are being entered into by of a foreign jvower within the boundaries Some of these arc of magnitude and
of the state-should be mark. evidently' accumulation of oyster For 'lndig..tlo". Constipation or Whenever You Need a Georal Teak
Buckeye Nurseries on terms that are very liberal to growers. ed. The fate of these Huguenots,was shells thrown up in vast quantitiesby BIlIousness Take drove'*.

one of the,> first tra'ediesamong the the Indians, whp nude' hell-f1sh a_ Just try one SO-cent() bottle of LAX.P OS The Old Standard Orore'a Tasteles
many in our early history. The city principal article of diet. Pottery.nd A Liquid Digestive chill Tonic it equally valuable a. *,n
'Seed and Fertilizer to Be'Supplied; .. St. Joseph!' rminlol'l of Florida's first human remains have been found 'n Laxative pleasant 'to take., Made and General Tonic because It contain the'
railroad and of the mounds. well known tonic properties QUININB ;
once a flourishing sea some
Paid For When Beans Are Sold; port, which our' first constitutional By some( rery important discoveries recommended to the public by Paris Medicine and IRON. It. acts on the Liver, Drive

Free Advice From Expert Growers! convention w'as held, is now scarcelymore made a couple of years ago, tn announcement Co.,manufacturers of Laxative Bromo out Malaria Enriches the Blood and
chill Tonic.
Quinine and Grove's Tasteless Build the Whole System. 60 cent.
than a memory. Hernando de I of which is. made by Dr. __ ___ .- -_ up
Soto marched I from Tampa Bay north! E. II. Sellards, state geologict, in the n
across Florida, and .westward to the'j American, Journal of Science for July, ,
Buckeye Nurseries will contract with you for 'the raining Mississippi river to his death.: 1 1916, it is shown that Florida has HAIR STOPS FALLING. e
of castor beans in any quantity under ,the',following A few,scarred tries and mounds of been the home of man through a
II earth mark the scene< where Major I much longer' geologic period ,than has
terms: laoo knd Ijis,J"D.ort> 8 berct"f .I.I.Q.\L Save your Halrl Get a, small bottle'Oamte'tt"lM'lUftt"'noW""AI.
;; } ! :! \: "'" *"'"
rilet! t'"Cuaianieeing'"i"o! 'lru}f f"1Iffi1")6 VI o aa;*lIt"f 6 ''IiH'"iUItH'' r7t.ST -iiili""ahutis"AoSteSuSiiter 1-1 l'ey'fr MjimTes1iiid9'o, ( lunar i ones >
county during the Seminole and implements which much < stops Itching calp.! R.OLD.
"' war, I are older
bushel, (more than three times as much as bean growers '
4. the longest and n.. "t costly wuifurc then any such' relics previously -
in oilier States have been paid in the past). with the Indians 1lJur. history. The known in America. The human relics Thin, brittle, bolorleM and scraggy
site of the many Battlefields of that j we'e found( at V'ero. St. Lucie county hair tq mute evidence of a nc lprtouec.ilpj '
Furnishing the seed at the actual cost to tile United BONES
you : of dandruff-that awful ncurf.
protracted and Moody strife are not |I and came to light as result of the
States Government, which, has bought them abroad, plus known" to the pul.Jic. Palutku was ,' construction of a drainage canal made There is nothing so- destructive to RUBBER COPPER
headquartersduntij' this war, with hv the Indian River Farms the hair as dandruff It. robs the hairof
cost of transportation to your nearest shipping .point. (It officers notable/ 'I Compan- its lutttro, its strength and Its very TIRES BRASS
in American military The fossil::; were found in the banks .
is estimated the price Will be between $4.50'and $5.00 per' history. I of the canal and beloneaccordinlf to 'bfci and eventually itnhing of producing tU scalp a, which feverishicss if TUBES LEAD

bushel. Payment for seed ,need not be made until crop It i is peasible l ti' call; off a ling list.I the state bcologist, to tl o geologic not remedied reuses the hair roots to ROPE SCRAP IRON
. of int.-rt-slinjf: hil1..r.c events, not to I Itpcak period known as the Pleistocene. shrink loosen and dip-then the hair
has been harvested and sold). of the nati.i.J bridges/ disappearing Not only were human bones foundat I falls out fast. A little Dandcrino tonightnowany -
Supplying you any fertilizer needed deducting live cost rivers, i;; IRS, sink holes, 'Vero, but in addition there is reserved -I : time-will surely save SEND IT TO US WE REMIT WOttrTO |
f. mammoth sprir/jrs/ -"some of the largest the remains of many of the : ;your hair. j Write For PrkelistAWiVSUTARMETALC
of sanie from your bean returnsshipping it t at same time in the world * be found animals thet wens living tt that time, Get a small bottle of Knowlton'i

I as seed. (While it is generally conceded that l profitablecrops here and there in t'ie state, all worthyof which were very different from the Dandcrjno from any drug store. You \ Q \
being marked .,lid described:! for animals ,now living in the United surely can have beautiful: hair and lots C.BAV JACa3OMvLLLf$ *.
of castor beans may be fair-id on'. any fairly good not only our 'Own p-<.ple, but for tourists States. Among the strange beasts of it if you will just try a little Dan-

land without /fertilizer. greatly increased yjelds in light !! who are constantly going' about then living in Florida were elephants, derinc. Rave your hair! Try itl)
and more strangers would come if mastodones, three different kinds of '!
soils are practically certain to follow. the application of. ,a they knew. lit the interesting things horses, extinct bison, camels, pecca-

moderate amount). .to see ries, tapirs very large sloths,, wolves
The historical museum in old Fort arid saber-tooth tigers. With the exception -
Giving you free of charge the advice and help of practical Marion Stout Lumber Co.SUCCESSORS
at St.
Augustine, and the one of horses, which have been
I "\ farmers who have successfully grown castor beans in at the\ State University at reintroduced into- America from : .
who well as the collections of the of. Europe, and bison, which are nativesto TO MAY-STOUT Ll/MSER ..
other States. Two gentlemen formerly engagedin
:, flees of the state geologist and of the North America, the nearest relatives DEALERS IN
castor bean culture i'n Kansas have been employed for fish commissioner lot Tallahassee, are of these species are now found

I I' this service. Both have lived in Florida for several years, places of real interest; not only to in Central or South America, in Asiaor Yellow Pine and Cypress Lumber. Novelty
practical observers, but to causal via- in Africa. It is the fortunute pres- .
are thoroughly informed as to conditions here and. they itolrs. At Tallahusse, too, can be ervation of the fossilized bones of Works in Connection.
seen the former home of Prince these animals that enables the state
in believing castor beans to be an entirely practicaland
agree Charles Napoleon Acille Murat, son geologist to determine the age of the It is our pleasure to five yon estimates at all times.

very profitably crop under the terms of the. contractswe of the king of NuJes, and a nephewof formation which contains the human Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery .
'mal Napoleon -IJontparte. His grave relics. The time interval since these
ng. ) and that of his wife can be seen In animals were living in America is be- Phone 21 Kusimmee, Fla.

the Episcopal 'emetery of the Capitol lieved by geologists to be not less .
city. Near Tallahasase, too, was the than from 10,000 to 25,000 years. .00000.000..6000006000000000000000.00..0..00.
___ _
Wrlto today for ulnnk "ntr..t" and seat of government of a Marylanderwho T
attracted .... ...
partlculaiH Dolt"t..r IHHIUImuHt proclaimed himself "King of .00.00000000000000..0000..000000000.0.0.0. .

.., -" !>j\ planted,! ,early I In. :Marrh.I ,...U"II.'d, ;..': : "' Florida," and fought Indians and fic men, and many experts have visit
," .'.'.1,,,. ,',' 'i' ,.f''' .d..t..II..f'r\, ; .1 ','; I ., :., :". ..", " "" Spaniards to maintain authority. ed Vero. ,
." ., . NearTallahassee( also is township I The, Coral reefs and tropical vegotation D.G.WagnerInsuranceAgency.I
\ ., of I land granted' by congress to Gen.Lafa'l'tte"ourlFrench ), "in the south part of the state; I t tX
; ,'i '. ;' ; friend and ben. 2nd Floor Bank Phone No.
I efactorfdurin; < revol ution.1\!\|:Talla jofithemWestlCoast.. ; ,"provide entertain BIdg., 30.
. ' Buckeye< Nurseries > hassce:'is''the' only capital city' of the ment' and instruction visitors. In
? South not occupied ry federal troops. deed a long list are constantly adding The Leading General Insurance Agency In Osceola Co. '.
during: the war between the states. area to Florida, and accordingly ours
Castor Bean 'Department The chief battle of that war was at; I is the only state in the Union that is f WE REPRESENT THE AETNA, HOME OF NEW YORK, HARTFORD

1 Olustoe, west of Jacksonville close to i j I growing larger by new land being x AND MANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE
1134 Citizens Bank Bldg. Tampa Florida the western of what is mad
boundry now in the sea. A railroad along
Baker The site ; ,
county. is marked bya I these reefs run to Key West, the
monument in view from trains on most southernly city in the United AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY' OF FIRE,

1 the north side of t.heSeaboard rail- States, from whence there is a car I LIFE ACCIDENT AND HEALTH, AUTOMOBILE TORNADO- .
.- way. There v.cre many minor engagements ferry to Havana, Cuba.In t BURGLARY PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive
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in this state during the I Northern states points of inter.
Engraved Calling Cards and Wedding !- A ItRIGl11''FIITl1RI'ilush war of 186165. est are preserved, marked and adv'ertiehed :a i: Insurance
Invitations, Engraved and Embossed ( little thrift stamp.Don't ; For many years Florida has proveda I with profit to each locality It

! Stationery can be Eecured'at you t"'Y.You'll very important collecting ground will pay Florida to do the same. s;: ALSO BONDS AND LIABILITY. ,
be u war l bond for human relics. No state. has When road is
the Gazette office. Let us show you preserved our expansive system .:. IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION I
Bye and bye.
more definite record of its> completed visitors will! come in increasing -
our samples and prices; tf ArkntiMM:: Gazette. early human inhabitants. Both sand I numbers, and the -way to : AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION.

and shell mounds are common along points of in tees t should be made eeroaoaa oo. ...oooooooO OOOouttOOtto. .. ..
9 the coast; and sand mounds occur at plain. This work could )he Varied en
I many localities on the banks of the I in connection with the xetensions of
principal streams further inland. our good\>> roads

Attention Citizens I 1 L

,' tain half-size cans of house paint, SEED POTATOESMAINE
stains, enamels, and varnishes, pro-
viding penalties for member who
Visitors Tourists does not make these changes by July GROWN ,SELECTED SEED
Stronger Evidence Can Be Had In 1, 1918 Wooden kits are to be used
a Kissimmee instead of 5-gallon tine whenever! Spaulding's No. 4 Rose Early Red Bliss Triumph Irish Cobblers.

} If are interested in Florida you should possible, and small half and) quarter ... _
you Look well to their record. What Me are Nov Ilefdp to n. Ordm null Make Cnnf rarta for N VM
pint tins of mixed paint sold in retail her December and Jmmnmtj l>rllTrrr.AVrltA .
held in the State
bo' Fair ?
take in : they have done timeS in for prices,
mahy years stores are to be eliminated as far as Minting tiuanuilfN andurtetlen wanted Our S..dl'otRlo..s

HE gone by is the best guarantee of future possible, and the number of tints and fnnilllur I with are the the I highest pondltlonH quality In Florida Maine and Grows our looted Herd Block iiid'i IH. selected, are
results. Anyone with a bad back; shades reduced to a maximum of 42 "Vuu should plant Maine Grows iten d for best rosuHii.IIITM .
I kind, exclusive of black and white,-
any reader suffering from urinary \\ FOIL 1)1.1111"1"1' KIIKII: ('"T.\I.flfH'.

i Five County Mid-Winier Sub-Tropical troubles from kidney ills, should find ,

comforting words in the foiling state Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up SystemThe E.. A. MARTIN SEED CO.
ment. Old Standard rrneral .trrnffthenlnc tonic
f. HELD AT GROVK'S AsrHI.FHS chill TONIC' ,drivel out C..or.'WD.: .'' and Stay J.rltM.,nllle. .'1..
Mrs. J. L. Peamnn, Lake street Kis- Malaria,enrlchea the blood,andbuihUuptbraya- 'ldcnt taIJIIHIH'd and I-arif era Si'-ii' HutiHt In the State,
tem. A true tonic. For aUulta and children. 6UC j
simmee, snys: "Kidney; and bladder

Orlando Feb. 12-15,1918 annoyances gave me much trouble. I

used Doan'd/ Kidney Pills as directed ? .0..O..0..0'9. . .. ....O OOOOO.ooot.
and, they brought relief. Doan's Kidney CrOUp i'

the Greatest Exposition of I 1'illn are a reliable medicine and I
Cold for Fresh Meats
Storage I.
don't mind recommending them Have this effective remedy at hand :
Fine Fruits Agricultural Products again." for croupy children. It's thankful I .1.
5-- take Mildly laxatlvc.Qr. .
I relief. Pleasant to
f Cattle, Hogs Poultry, Domestic and OVER THREE YEARS LATER Sold by.ali druggists Eggs, Vegetables, Etc.

Articles. Mrs. Heaman said: "I am glad to i ..
Fancy K
to again recommend Doan's Kidney Pills STORAGE RATES ON MEATS:

yu n because of the benefit they gave me." B 15 Quarter of Beef _Vic lb. 'Meat left in Storage and

Price 60c, at all dealers. D'>II't I N Whole Hogs _Vz lb. cut as used _______,_ Ie lb. .
Largest School Fair In the State simply ask for a kidney .remedy-get : ISCOVerYI

i Down's Kidney Pills-the same that Curing: Pork ready for smoking, 1 1.2c. per pound,
Mrs. Beaman had. Foster-Mil burn for Colds
Coughs s Curing and Smoking, 2c per pound.'
Daily Parades and Pageants, Concerts, Firework, Free Exhibition Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. .

*, Races, together with Johnny J. Jones' Show PAINT MEN TO SAVE TIN I Don't Conitipatioa' permit Causes yourself Sickness to become < ; Bring us your hogs' the day they are killed. We will do .

Come Enjoy' Yourselves .-- Inform YourselvesW. To conserve tin plate for the can- I I constipated, as absorb'your system poison Immediate.from the .. . the rest. :J
ly begins to
ning of foods the paint and varnish .. .
.__ .. .
i backed- waste matter. Use Dr. "- = - -- 0: =:
Pres. C. E. HOWARD manufacturers, through their national King's New up Life Pills and keep well.
B. Secryi I
associations! cooperatinwith/ I There is no' better safeguard against KSSMMEE! ICE & COLD STORAGE CO.
I .1.3 I rommercial[ economy board: have lllness/l ry it tonight, All druggist t
unanimously voted eliminate_ cgrt I I If.{8LJ08604 .....

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i ice of God and humanity, with an ap1i ) '
i peal to stay ill 1 CLASSIFIED j

1 to shirk their responsibility but to the St. _
extent of their ability to serve the nation

Kvrrr Krlday. in the purchase of Thrift Stomp .1'14'\' |" 'it I i",AI.K: .1'urt, bri- WhitxettlimN ,. IAoeh "I .
01. i. Valley <;...u., I'M K 1IIKMH:' : ,
1 I IIIj.llhh..rhu..d IS cage t1.25. KamM' "
War Certificate It is ( HTlfl'KltM |
'and Savings Hft-ArKK( '
KI..I..... Fiend.T. j 2(i.H Verona St. 1\\.,f
fer .j)
well said in this advertisement!; that I I wel ii t lii' I ._ _ ._ _.,. .,
I -
Government has made it possible NEWS AND'NOTES: OF THE "WONDER CITY" ln { lake. line xro\e b,,ai ", 11.1.1.-- ; .-M ",I""II. "' ," houi, : :
,. B. IIAIIIIIS itt iK I .6. " > ,
UirBm J j for every man woman and rhikl to JAMES MILES MANAGER Favorable. I"'n.t ha i : : l.'orliht elOHe! III.((. nil i I AddreiiH ciinv.<'iileiice.. ... .; Itiio n<:;l it li-
.!!!...... No,, 11 ''assist in winning the war. We arc I particular. *' to. i litei' ,'.. tiMt. ( jinx litH.KI. '"Hlmm' ''1'. Fla. -tf, ';1
,' 80'ItNI4 0" mll I (ru II(
'notasked to give anything$ financially, I 'I (. ,', I l '
Hchool niul iburi-h. :
; : ' "
4"but: we are; .simply asked to invest in //'j The Elsie P. McElroy auxiliary Cross her tw'o 'IIOUKUB, live acrt'K I :r j' i"t -FurnlHhod room ornnarlinentii ''I.I.
j the' bust security on earth.Whcrovr met at place oa New York farm s.( II feti,-ecl: aiul ,' ; : for Unlit IfOiiHokeeplnrIn )
.similar advertisements' gave a cycle tea Monday:; afternoon avenue Wednesday! afernoon.The <'tiftice Inn i'M it i In. onl>' > *.4.1 \ I. t modern Convenient' houxe, rlune i In', .",
Real Kstato
\\ellH (
at the 'home of Mrs. J. H. WVstcott' on Lake Shore club held a 500 Fa\,<,ral'le I,,i'iiiit" of p iit\ MrM M. 10 St. and lnuraiiof -
MahlUn ,1Ii
I can be carried by great business or- I l t 110 ) J'hone.24'::,
and Eleventh HIM C
scattered through the Wyoming avenue street. progressive card party on last Thurs. ., I
ganizations : 'oI. "' r'r lot "ii hnnl ;
i the local the : Instrumental music was furnished by day evening with a large crowd ii, of reiiHoiiM' '(*If' ""'llinu I" I I Ii ill HAI.K Oft NT-NW. cottarApply -. '
country in papers same Mrs. Barber. Song, "Chiming Uells" and : I attendance .750.' Itt>:TTI H I Hl'KHV
broad "pirit of patriotism of ap- 1 by Mrs. .Jaques and Mrs. Vreeland. 40 AfltlCS (line I l.unl. Hloin-H ,
I J'I'l'eilitiolof' i their men should be |nr ili'Hlnnuo I Kuod will.I for mil.1.2S ,, '
j Heading from Edward A. Guest by \( '; I'l.ANTS i) r 1
shown. l by other bU I The from the Cumnwr Lum- ..llrs.Vellt, 'olt. "Becoming$ a Dad1, AT THE CHURCHES public1,( rillKl, own Recitation "Entertaining!; the Minis- (2.V I pet' acre, "., ..n, ,.' old | > II)I", rl.i., 2-Jitpil ,
l\Jt'r (Co., whose names pro thu1- prominently -' ', "
Let, by Gwendolyn' Galston.; Head. j wants U at Intfiest 1 I--f- :-
, "
) the 14lde'of'thl' .
placed by serv- "How) I Hate the Kaiser Hhow > ou. 'it stl.IitN0; H.MK11SON: ,TVPRVMMJ'NH. -
1'ke flag:' and who' arc t.hus1l'i'.I'til/ >'I ing by: 1 2 11,1< A('H"C"/ '<."1 l.i'nrt, (Iml" '" i ; MoliHITHHKI3; j'
l Jaques.. lJclicioui tea and and PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ,: ,
cocoa by "'hl jolt.n.IIn enUnt.v "
1 OOOli AS NNW.1:1': j
llll.H AS'
for what doing
commundH, they are $1 .
wafers were served and a goodly sum j t.-]"'1 . : will feel that their work is ,being' t p.'pr'ridle,1 1 taken!' for Ked Cross work. 'I| Bible school/ : 980: a.' in. ('ii U ccii clone 1"' near )hr""' ,_..- \
; Morning
; town, will 'ritl
home. < .
I owner n
""u..u: II...... J ut every i Misses Anna and Louise- Hoppc i 'tit HAITI'Sft; ,i"..r."H, 8 acres cleaV-ii
fliniiKO for noitliern
1 relative '
"h" V"Ar .. :.. $U It/r calling onEast : friends Sunday : rnj; but uiUHi tin ituud' "onio I !
fnCcjpy, I were End ( .
of the : : ,InniMC, Icicati-cl, Just "II'..I,,, clt1.llinllH. ,- I'
) )J'C5tiIU pulse as they
1.11" j quicker" 1:, I
,( i Mould 1.1"1.1"'I'
One oiy, fix '* I afternoon.Ir. ,'.
. . n 6 p. m) ; Evening worship, 7 1 CHl'fKKX I I I I ..>u loved
i of '
One Voity. 11.i 4 Month" J I read the names these ones,i :\ C. 1Hankl' of : "FAIt.M 1 (In ''l'I''IIIIHUh"1 'i', If l.ilK'ii. promptly.I AilclicKM ,ijI
I and thill"hil'h> hribute paid to the-m.I' ) Tctoskcy.J' p., m; Social prayer service Wednesday proveil.' ileilKhtful i" I ("" I ( I owiH-r, I llux' 227! KlMHliqmc". .* -J
Alt (crammuulcutlolK; "...;,11. from ourutliurlKed I finer '>( :'sti dl.; l 'who is staying in Daytona) , ('h..I/l 1"11''11,01.I.\ 1.'I"\ I ,I I |,'lfl. J-ttI 'A'I
There was opportunity
a KI''''' ti'Hi"ind"iitii i muni l><> i never .a I"ja..thirt, winter Spent -Tuesday in 7' p. m. Rev J.. T;, N, Stewart, VKII, Iii, owner: mill, '> oii, I L_. .. -,. ._ _ _ '
l tin. wrltcrr. for.employers io ;pry, a jut tribute, IKIIT;I I ; ; :
slKnc- hy' | calling friends.' f I vi.'TIINlS: Apply <
our city for rent. to NC. J
i iR..j..rt..1 : !
on ,' | \ .
; I IIr. 1'WI'Uln" 1" : J ,'I ,
thtfir employee] now in the nation'scrvit lItor./ "
i ii
miiiti-r will net t 11 l returned I j junloss .to p ,
: \ 'Jill'i' .
und :Mrs. Barber .
l ',adI George: Mr. lt'pls iii. 1'1I.IIItl.II"it', .h\I a :s 1iip ",,'
calleil for than in such) aplemlid) : '
i I ; ''find Mrs.; Wm. Burlier, Mn and Mrs. . l.t. ( t''iui'i'H. \\'lInl I -
I', vertiM-ment, a* that of the Cu'inincr i ( :\1 and :Miss LIVINGSTON MISSION METHOWIST hit vC I'"t 'It''' 1ft' I't'it'i' tif S I i I II"INI ;.\it'I'I.ItH": : .Meml tcidiy, : for a five stitlie ,
(En..1( ..I lit i I tI"mioonJ-cliiKii,I IViHtnf'Ice, nt .Ibolm'j j i imee 'Ljim'vr| ) i Co:' Let. others/ follow its ex. I II1mp1 "lomptdit, r. Darkness I l ('It""''''' \ ,.x.'III'lIl 1.... 1 1I..t I rcipy, of tho I, i Kim'Ida Farmer i anilStmliiiian ':
.. Klcirldii. lilt, Mr. )t1. F. Miss Ella MeAllis- EPISCOPAL
Barbers CHURCH
'. |' U. I'.110' you' it iioi'l \ I |1",1111..11.,1| | | at .l ii ckiMiiivlll I I. .
: < | ter and Mrs., Nellie Chase ,spent Tucs- kn..k.d..wn.' l"ik't' 1111.1, l T-ll ...h/J"it llvoBicwIt rnlBlmr, clalriina. -
the land .
JANUARY 1918 In every church in there I t"mf .., .. ( I tI t lOs fruit i an" truck-
ui'iipCP '
; cOty ) poaltiy
:: .
day evening the guests of Mr, and j 11 It , ;I\\:
I Rev. Bowen, pastor, _. ;
Honor" of '
of thee fidf
should |f'J"t' II. "Hrll :I ?, ClUlsi 1"t/ wi''0 a mntilli(I' it per year -- J1!
l mvnjbei'ft' of the thurch and rongregarlion Mrs. .John Uarber who are stopping !II Sunday"services! : 511MM' 'CIII: :'\\N nun M' 1 I bt i.e yen i'.. for f t,Ott., (nlv.I llyeHtoc'kiitid ,.. ,.f.
it iVdifficult( : forii.llorlilit" Crackerio : who are in the riat.i .n'lI service i I (it the New England house, but exipptt -. Sunday school 9:30 a., m. la nil, near I dixie i I I iu 1,w it 1 Kc-iH-till I fiinnthtf paper" 'I In th.5tiit.e '
? .fenced. .with i ,"5'ti'I'ti I \V iltV I tcxlny. ;. .1
)leave ) "
fuel famine. I to soon to spend the >
vispalixc' a re Preaching 10:30 "
; : a m.
...._ ... .. : ( "itIJitt20Ui'f ,(displayed!'! near the pul1jilt. liearintr urchiird.. only I I ,
-- |i manider of the
- ---- winter at Uradentown. Junior
These nai H'.. should] appear j jweekly Epworth League, 3p. m. from town. t;toi $prii|>'- '
p Thrift Stamp Jlay) will !' r'cljiuary j 'in every ohurfrh calendar and i j! Tho evening was enjoyed!' by alt pres.IcOt. i I Ep worth League 6:30 p. m bought rlnht mid mi t'"-" I THE MAN TO GO TO 1 .;
.r'HriiM fruit I I a nil MICH! .
:I rd. General Class
I at ,service special player should j I I Meeting 6:30 p. m. .
___.. __ every ton Irtnd. utll lutrocltic'i.. I l'sr "
-- | :Mrs. J n.)
Chunn died at her home '
business Preaching, 7:30 p. m. .. I '
be made for them. Colleges! and owner he IH ",I. 'n.lln.I : t I I I ."..r e ,irrt Irnlnajtc lap'ot
What are you doijig' to help the houses shouldarry> in somV con- ;< in this city Wednesday night. it j Prayer meeting!' Wednesday 7 p. m. licM1- and haM a |IK farm "'"1' ..UII...... nntl. Intrlrnle ",..r.'.>".
'" work of the !Ket] CrosH: ? ] similar '"Roll of Honor. i' ;Mr. Thomas died at his late home i Official Board Meeting every first WnntH to Kfll tin'' Kim-Ida |.'.,r Kile I (.......'.... ..i.n. .
... .. __ Fpil'UI'uR place I you "an'buy' > It .liliiIT/ l| . ..'..r rrlnfciri'i Cfinrrrlr ork '
." Th-se) t are some of the .t-hings on Pennsylvania! avenue!' o'f paralysis. Tuesday 7 p. m. .ftl' I |.'i.r lqnCrre lirlcl i*. ned rrtalnlv' ,
;Robert E.;; LcTe's birthday, ) .Wart oh- ,, Uis J Jj'l& u.,1.m.n.t..Xvr. I'I Al" School l Boar 'U.. inrYi '...... t".t ..
}ITIiJ..LillLrt2.1n! / I r 0 t hI' ml''Il''T"r.I tH \ \ : unday, "f"( : t.'K1.Ui..v': .c'1i,. ).. \' *.P!!*..iOTiiMtnHKtW>IrtffttflJttlefJW-PMSrmciJ: ! MlmmMvH f *.
... ; ''',
.. ... """ "' .. .'I"\\"IIt"h + ljfftlt fi't.l \ T ,
I tlr"'llti'ltgJiT '
'h :f'f't'\1Ntt ""I'I\ '\\"' 'r.'I"'nImi''J';:. m ( I '.1' U,... (J It! ( ( ; 7" : r.- " I WILBUR" A. GINN. Civil 1 Engineer: ,
closing of the hanks /lnd'pOfoltolfke v.eek. W. I," M. S., Ladies' Aid and class i cirri.Hpcuicli'' 'n< '' i '
honor of mankind and the glory] of NKKHi'i.V: / HKM/rY :) )' : : i 'M\M.'IIIIII" 1..4111 III'
,lufing certain. hourx..___. __ __ <;oo.l.-\fanufIH'tul.\j'; \ '"' Hccord. I j i ;Mrs H. I O. French of Ashton spent >L,work upon'announcement. I Malella'nk.. I u. <- .. I Wednesday in our city shopping. All seats free All welcome to all .J
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1>ra8tll'111'118111'11 are Dicing, taken : 1 :Mi- Zimmerman'unit of the Red I meetings.

1>y the government to lelicve' the fuel NEW BANK FOR ST. CLOUD j I ,,' _.. '
-------- "WANT AD'Hello
famine which is bringing' suffering in _--'- 1 FOR QUICK ACTION. TRY A GAZETTE

its wake throughout many putt* of Application for charter) for a new | KNsimmee and have taken rooms !f ) Ing. ancl. .iliKtrltiut'. ion of 'infnrmitttcni I
tht; nation. bunking institution ut St. 1.101,1,1'1,1'. ,,'ilhl11': and :Mrs. J.1.. Busby on I >if. \ CM > HIJI'I I.nil 'it'In.1 i l Io the. Mntnu "''1'
.. . ..... . Iw 'lIt Unit u natural 'IIC-I-KOII mlitht urclu
with the State lawt I '
-- - --- filed I' :Sft'ietary: of Sunnier ''skreet. The Steiners
pent )Iii to .
iHihliMi iirltij. I
I tiratiu'iHcliir i
Figs, too, grow well In Florida. The j!, ('(>k. last winter here slopping at. I Dr.Wlnn's I I ;: ;I iHMUi1, .Hcitilr i He'll: I, Iii:,,so, liiri I *,
fruit sells und the loaves!' may l>o j The new institution will be "ffili. I and will lie pleasently ;icmembered 4ii'l, ileal I In papc'i' tiitiirtlnibic. .pilntK.

fashionable ngain (total' Li inc.-Plant I| nted with, the Vithnti system."and, ) 1 bya large number' of our citi- I, fiitin.'..*, .licmKK, ,1t'I an tines. publication, .
III't,5&u'' |11015. ItAtllpllltMM" , rhalttc.
City; Courier. That may be, if the i iprice its capital Hln'k111 Ie SlTi.dCO.: / I It zens. I hdia' ,*'limn. ItlllliKlallllH milpH.".t llhlllKIC.MtlculH. : Boys Where Are You Going? :

of clothes continues\ to( soar. I K ex'pected, to open fl'>r business'about, i of l fvimiimmee'H \\ , "-10-, 11'' 1 'I'vvci( most
<- fet' \ ]l.Mh I prominent I (itiolou, i'H. li'i| < |1.11." ..., |ilnt iililhiiKruhH.. |
I liUHiue_s men were named to fill\ 1 IIK" (iii'S" mi'l. I Illuilratlcins.. uhithc-i" ci'lti -
We are growing accustomed tu The} following, (itfu'erhave bn II'"polI| *lid e |po-lti"lIi I S 1 by (the Florida, | < ,1 ut "I.h.. .". .inloi rniil, .b\. \\hnt, '>i,i- We ) groceries.
the :Nfckle! Crocery; to buy our
are going to I Split
conservation, movements hy. the. | sc-lefted( I
wheatli'HS, meatiest, lightlies, heatless new bank, I : tfl.Ot tug nt Tumpa.\ EX' I'nI11ol' I It- l'iv'IuitaI." wh"11 liii. ini\\' .'51,1I .here we can gel: 1 Iir tdIlM" ginuU at lii big prices.. I .tell ) oti, I bu> ... '
tint' "i hcK'iirtil( toiv .11.-,1|| I 1."I In.inl
I : ur -
.1. I"Oltn W. I II.I TunniclifTw
efforts but in Juno! we will thrown I prt'Kiili'pt; C., A .('als'im was elected to the state \ .'d II "C'tic'ialv to carry on tho they Hell grm-eries cheap and they Jtllllran"'r I hiJlIr to I IK- ,
: two more, sunless and moonle<, i V K-c-picsiilent. : (C. I. I Ilyal!I. board <.f DTiKHions for the ensuing IjiiHliict, \ nf (irhitorM' , Htntlo irH. liook, you : '

for good: mcanuiji'. I In, that month w.cme ,(,;ISIKT) ; und I). C. Cope f.evi Sham- Thi body is in charge of all 'j I *llc-rn, ,. lii liliiclc.rH, lithoy'japhi-rH. i " .IHICIKlilmliiH. KBti-fuctorj- I they ill pay you back > our inane)' \I illi ,Iov.Y, I II I, Tunnicliliu J. K. Conn I year. I,I.. ..tlTeit" >'|1''''''', il It. ci Inlc ci ... .'i" i'- ., '
tct have of both f
partial eclipse! )
a iacti'ie '
interests of the convention' be'tweoiv .n.t'I'.rll. I liooU\ |iai I>i'i', i'tiV4'liiic ami. '
the sun and the moon. 'I'mill C. I 11. 1,1)/1,) l, d Iretors.jI : |' Kewsions ef the convention.Hon. 'I lnl 'miinuf.K'tun-iM, ,/.nl);!" ".<-.... I tiiiIIitillliit'i Look at these! prices. We .sell goods: Io Orlando people St..
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IX.: f. Bryan was elected to the j I .VKTIi'' r.t. ;Til.imnunt cif thHtiK.l ,- II I Cloud people and in IxitiKlmuin and in fact we sell all mcr (lie &
Okeechobee' Florida's: youngest board of trustees: for, the Baptist Orphanage t ''ii '"ii"I ( or' thK| riiriiiiiatlcjii t slut.,III .1

(county says the "woods are filII'- of: LOCALS ) at Arcadia for a' term of I Inriftcen TliiiUHiiml clollaiH. tI)11\1 I IditlInto country, even. 'in Sanford. ' . y ,

Hun tipics und itis time to yet, busy jl .ADDITIONAL 1 I three )'eo.'II.10th. / men succeeded I I olio ,liurujrocl! uml tlfly I Hlliin-M of 4

1 ". then proceed to organize: a strong ,I themselves to: these offices.!' Die: (.la'R! ; 4.1'i't
'ompuny' uf home guard.( What's the' I 01'l11Odo' I Hon. IVrr.v al iii l for I III! |>rc>1"| "11.\', Gold Medal Flour 24 !bi$1.65 Kellor's Toasted Corn Flakes ,11
matter with Osceola) ? 1)): C". Arthur of spent a' \lit. I"or cir) 1',u'v'c'N ut a JUHI'valuatliin I I
I .:.-.........-- -..------ 1 few hours between!' trains in Ki nim- ; 1 Knight & Wall] Hardware Co. of to) I,f ftxiMl l I.>.v ; I Tampa, ,and C. E. Todd manager of i .ii..U..I I) fur that pur; |."iK>', I '
Uncle Sam is considering/ operatinga moo Thursday the! Model Hardware Co. of Lakeland] I MSTK'KK// \ n. The. dUHlnosH KiTalrx' ; nf 96 tbi.-1-2 bbl. 6.20 Kellol[ Krumbles .10 .II

fl motor truck parcel post system 1111an i Mr.t and Mi<. C. 1'nnner W" )'(- touri 'Iwere i in, Kissimmee! Wdnc-day lookingsifter I hi'- < iifpi, >, ii(1i.n Shall l I.e on,,01 ui'I( li'd ,In. I Shredded Wheat Biscuit ... .13
sack 1.55
24 tb
Self-risine Flour
II IMIIII'I"! ilf illli 'lcilH. nf l iiis :
u < lint tll.lllfillc
extended' rl'liethe .
scale to i t from Port Jiimcv" N Y.. arrivinjjill rl: : business malh'r1; >'. \VaJJ) i iI is'vary . . I'
tll.lll -
ril l nioli \ I'lli '.
Toad congestion. There is I this Wednesday.i I IHTI.'I.t II 12 tb Self-riling Flour .80 Sweet Feed. 100 tus. 2.65
already: |I city I much interested in matters per. i .\ ;; T Th ...."uIII -i-tlnicH, sack '

.100( ) miles in operation, now and,/ with ID i :xi << Kiht'i, I '! .1"lll1f"" of ,St. loud Iattl'l1tl'e ijthc i- j taming to the war, and has offered hisservices I I cif HtniblinIiti-i'M, .Hliall, be li..1,1. nn.tin I. 1.2 Bbl sli risin Flour_ 6.09' Shorts 100 Ibs. 2.95 '
three months i i' is thought the number' ,111" MlMoiiila. >' 111, Jiinunrnf ..lllicar !! -
/ : of, ;Mrs. C. L I. several but has .
guest ,: capacities, ,
| V at u' lil I 'll I) in. <-tliinr I HICTI. Hhnlll. I Bran. Ibs. 2.40
will be incrcaiK-'d l : to some -1000. Uncle "Jh! udy. She arrived! Wednesday.Mrs. ::. | been turned down in every instance !ii,' elc-c til l h>' ancl from th*? Lord Calvert Coffee .34 I 100 _

Sam is /some) operator.... : Coplano.llnd her mother because, he has passed the .age limit. , ii, a 'UnanI' nf 'It, i''i.,lois , Maxwell House Coffee 1 tb '.32 I Cotton ,Mel 100 Ibs. 7 - 2.80 .
-- HIIIIIK I VI-IIT Tin hi'a iti) of I Iat +
However long the war jnny \last and :'III'.. Jemert. who i is staying lot the;i lie has not given up hope' yet though ..l.'t| .ti Hhall I I MK-c-t I Iml'n'dlnl I ,'I 13' fiijtli Bliss Coffee .26 Feed Meal 100 Ibs. 2.35
however Gray stone' are" spending u few days!""and' intends to keep .on trying,. andas IIwhU" <- ticjjciurnmi'iit of the .Htccl<.
great may be Its cost, every if Uncle Sum won't take: him he ) (,MiTH annual imettiiir und shall or- ,
Kerosene i
l Tum II hi week' Senate Coffee best there is .35 Oil. It'alvJ-M4tolW: .15 ;
dolIarofthat; cost /, hb ** ,1
ca'nvle) recompensed et In"f
:\ / going i o Kranceiaftnih i1KURII In""U"'f \.. 4JWII -
if,lesnonsothrffan teitiYughtthorl| 1\ I n cn l'(>te Yer; wn II .fl 'IoAh II' I'. Idtln 'I rery'/i good I coffee"J )j; 3
(lJghlyHo"people ofjfhe nited''tAt IIbll'u'\\. flClK a. 0 p a.JI. :Mr1te I II ... ,." h ...lit'e Vesper- \a >J 0' Co u illarf]

lIays1the.I'.01kJ"Counl I'riilol \ -1( ;
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and [LUlet lt.imate 'effee )fJ.Lheesonaiwill )'u I) a4t.t/lmpolgn. na I .1.1h' le 2 SScI -
; l\tiJ1he\ 'e lm \ 1 er'T e ellen how,"!!: # fl r <: .ll [BropmT:' and 11

of the next generation. The children ui. any afternoon I from Memphis, ) >.\""AWARDED "CUP' practical' adopt. the ..iieceHHary. to,. th1MFart by-lawn"'itg White. Bacon. e", tb '__-,_ '...35 I National Oats7'' _..::.. _:._;. '" ,

_ _ of today who are learning the valu Tpnn.. where he has been attending 'J/p United States battleship Florida for the irovernmi, of thin corporation( Breakfast Bacon tb __ ___ .45 Wizard Wash Soap. 7 bars .25
of a crust of bread the crumbs even, ; the Homo Mission convention I AltTK'Iyi: 9. Tin' hlKhext( amount !nfInilehti .
has been awarded the American .
.. will .in. iu or 1lablUtto whlc,h thltciirpiiintlirn < Potatoes, peck .50 Prunes lb. _- _ ,15
not be '
the extravagant house I ,,-
: .Mis'- Olive Allison and Arnold Bass 1 f '.. fer,Re Society cup for making the Hhall at anv tune I., suliJe -

wives of today I were united "in Marriage Thursday highest scoe; during 1U7! at short <'t Hhnll' to,. tin. Hum of Fifteen ThuuHand Cabbage. lb. _. - .06 I Fancy Peaches. 18c. 2 Ibs. .for .35

:.- I ludi'e T. :M. Murphy officiating. Both target practice for battleships. I cloltars
AKTICI.K 10 UntIl tin' first election Potted Meat can .05
TO HoNOR OUH SOLllllmS' of the young people nre from St. Annual )presentation of the! cup has! (
Cloud.J. 1.('( n I thu occasion heretofore of a ) affairs. of fhlH lorporatlon( shall Beef. Pork & Veal Loaf can .15
In the Jacksonville TimesUnionof I I he c'onduc't,'' tho following..namedP'iHonH I I Coarse Grits, 4 I'_ .25 I,
celebration for the of increasing
L. Wellman of Indianapolis Ind. purpose : Corn Beef
December \\ II. HarilH, prenldc'iit.. )F Hash can - .13
27 the Cummer LumberCo. JL.. )I.chren and J. Lchren of Jack publicinterest in the navy. K.: Van"Inp", , ,vIce-preHidc.nt' 'K. *3VIIIIH Fine G'rits I 4 Ibs ____.. '25 I "
took an entire page, on which it I II sonville were *an auto party to KisHimmee "cause' of the war the celebration Airnew nee'retary and freiiHurer. 1 Vienna Sausage can _' .10

I colors published and a ]service flag printed in Thursday. They weie guestsat been ehs.tionedthis- He'l ,board which of mid cllrectornAK.TICIIO i offlCerH: shall.. coiiHtltute the Lima Beans 18c. 2 Ib. for. .35 I I Wesson Cooking Oil can .35 & .75

names of the alongside employes of of the that flag cbm-the the Manhattan hotel. \ (>K IN. ,<,OIIIOKTION dc'iireH. of' the II. The HiibHcrlber nan;,"'. and tc. thesearticleR r,.Hl-. Navy Beans 19c Ib. 2 for .35 I Natal Hay 100 Ibs. 1,75
Anauto party registering from .KI'tIJMIE; \ \ I.I.KifiTTK: ; :
many now in the service of the nation. of I Incorporation tcjirethcr willthe I '
; ThA.. h..u.l.n.. ?* .u...:._ _....._.. _..I.L.U"'IS ... I 10.....'v,.. Ul..l..o.....CAlI"' ..nln'.aaynvnc'. ...n__ U1 n. r''- .tt.1..fldiI.Icy. -_ Notice Is | number of RhareH of tI",, capltiLlHtock No.1 can Tomatoes 3 for__ .25 Cream of Wheat, pke.. _. .24
I - "-- v. ""V"-. heri.j Rlvi-n that Iii unil.THlur.fil -
ment was: ,, Ovida Collier, Mrs. L. L. Ganett will j I on the 2.1th lny. ot February hla. AUbHcTlbed by each, Met opposite Best Creamery Butter Ib 50 Western Pork'Chops. lb. .35
name are as follows:
"It is and B. T. Garrett. They were guests j 1918. At 10 o'clock A. I.. or n" .
a privilege
t names of the members to of publish the at the Manhattan.Mr. noon 1h4reiift tin w<* can. b.* h.a our organiZation to the honorable SI who hove : nn<\| _Mrs. C. II. Funk and entered the service son, "V-rnor tho State of Florida, at F. JVBn" Nut Butter tb .33 Sliced Ham lb. __ .40
Agnew )- Ia. 1
of the United iDwight left their hiM offlco In'thf' KtatM. house. In the
States. auto .. E. 0. Vans Agnew KIsHlmmee.., 74 ___
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<'lty of ToIIRh" ". Mate; of Florida = = .
I = == :
for =
where .
Beneath the names of thy men, pub- Cape Sable Mr. Funk purchased T.ettere 1'ittcnt IN WITNESS \VIIKHF.OF; hvo '
lishexi of for ; Incorporatlni our'lv hereunto net our hands. and seals. this Everybody cordially invited. You be treated right.
in bolt< type it was said : a large body land some < <-s. our HKHoclatcd I and HiicreHHom wit :
"We know they are serving our I time ago and which. he is farming. this Into n body politic> and c-orpornlp, unner 24th day of January. H. llAltKIS, A. II. 1818.W. '

country loyally and efficiently for I season. the name. of KISSIMM1CIC VALI.KYIJAZKTTK. j V. E. VANS A'INKW Nickle

they are men- who have . V. I I v. '5Q A ti.1..!fl'..Af. Split Grocery
t never shirkt Judge T. M. Murphy has been confined I Wi Blmi hereby declare and how ; "
ed any responsibility. Some of them I to his home with' a Revere attack |I that the follnwliiK charter all I of Incorporation In a full true and )B8.
ore already in France I
the of rheumatism
on fighting for some time, COUNTY OK OSPEOI-A )
rump leftcopy, thtt orlelnal I of which
line doing their part in this war .for I but is now improving. The judge has ,|'I IN. now on file In the otrico of the Huc-. UK IT KNOWN: That before me. PHONE 141. 422 BROADWAY.

democracy: All of them have made'i a host of warm friends here who will ,''r..tltr'. of Htute; of the Ktato; of }Flor the undernlKned notary public In and
sacrifices of home and be ida, ;lit the Bald city of TallnhaHHep, for flaicl f'ounty and Htate, pcTRonallvappcared
position and I glad to learn that he is on the dnrliiic th* time required by law for W. II. JlA IlUIS. }'. K. VANS
have offered their lives for what we road to recovery. I' the publication of thin. notlc AUNKW and )-:. II.' VANS AC1NKW tome
know is right." I I : W. IJ. JIAItlllrtV. well known and known to IIPthe
I I. H. ;
Cleaver one of our winter :'heo'u
1 Those of ; Individual named in and
us who cannot make these I;, VANS AUNKXVH
I| tourists is preparing land to scribed.. their O"x
sacrifices must do plant our part' and must -
not shirk potatoes' on his splendid 80 acre farm ; .\ itTli'l.EM OF) l.Nf'lir( >HATK charter and 'acknowlc-dKed

?-. Government our and responsibility our men. We 10 have our I I I I excepting bining!' business to !make' with money pleasure.while comI We- I I I th.'V....,.", artlcleN the I undfrHlfftied.of. I 1rH'IJ"wr/lU..n,'hereby I rid,'...o-I I that they therein executed my hand ixprcxmdW1TNKSM ;the ancl Harno officIal. for. .seal thepurpnHcH I i.

many opportunities for PollTaxNotice
elate ourttelveH .
service in the wish more of our tourists would l do together for the nt KslKlmmeo.. County and State afotcsahl. I-
; Thrift Stamps and, War Savings Cer likewise) and IIOKO of: bermiilnK' I a 'bodv iiolltlc I I i and . thin 21th day of January A. 1)
we trurt that Mr. Cleaver ,
tificates. Our Government corporate uiul i *r and .ui ra u H n t to I lit' I Ibis.
it has made will have unbounded success and : IOWH of the State of Florida, \v. 11. A
t possible for every man, woman and (conclude make this his 1 log for the formation In II""".ru"I"1, I ? otary Pulillc Stat CRA'VFOnn.. ot Klorlila .:.
permanent at
Child .
to .
assist in and Immunities
of -
winnjng war. home. I.arKe My <'nmmiHxIoii expires. t' i
We are not asked to give anything in tloiiH. th.. provlHloim of whlc'h )Inwslire March :!O. 1921. 6-41 : Kissimitiee, Fla., Jan. 15, 1918Notice ::
I Information has heen'repoivcd here hereby arc-opted. and we hrebv
financing but simply to invest ii le<'Iar,. that tile following I nrtlclen of i s.t .
in the best security on eaith in order that Albert and Raymond Henrden. inc-oi...poration Khali I ooimllmte I and. beIho la Circuit ('..ur'. Sl..> of Kl..rlla. "...- .
that both 01'whom enlisted in the aviation charter oC nalil corporation .all. Judlrlal is that
our men may be the most upon "Ir..all. OxrrolB hereby
l supplied and equipped of perfectly all (corps and are stationed at Waco the IxHuance. of Letter 1'atcnt. uccordIIIK (''", i given i 1in :i:
tn law.AllTIOI.10
Texas have been quite ill IV s-i' T'EItV<:: /
the forces.
You have men from your organiza possibly, with }pneumonia but this is 'shall 1. beKIMSIM.MKR The name of this corporation It appearing by affidavit appended order to participate in the City !: !

tion and from your home in this not (certain as it has been impossibleto !\ : : VAI.I.KY OAZKTTT3 to the bill tiled i In the above-stated .-
war. get other than AKTICL.K 2. The ireneral. office andprlnrlpal cause. that II. E. Ilrjan( the defendant .f .
Their stars are on our service flag, meager information place or business of this <<"rporatlon I there-til, named U a non-renldent tit .
the =P= i
p and all of us who are at home must last of which Elated they were shall be In Klsalmmee, ONCI>- the state of Florida and U a resident .f Election poll ,taxes must be paid I i

do our full part to suppor4 end equip both now improving. cia County Florida. hilt the. board of of rnoenlx., State of Arizona, over there '

r .these men. Col. Harry Hunter president of the director In other places may establish.from time branch to time ofTJres. of ordered twenty.. tlwrt. year, It I I" therefore -> : =:=
a said ni'n-r..esident l before F ebe
1 ; Start in today with a firm resolution Hunter Land Co., arrived in Kissim- may I he ilenlred.AUTIC ; defendant be anti he Is hereby requir .. on or Saturday, 9th. :i

to invest in Thrift Stamps and mee this week for his winter's day .K 'SThis corporation shall ed to appear to the bill of complaint .'.'
(War Savings Certificates to the full- here and will make his headquarters 55 AHTICI.R let )i.'rpot tuitliy. filed In saId cause on or before Friday ,I
4. The the
S est possible extent. Our government. 'at the Corontry Club. Mr. Hunter's the bUBlnoim- of this general corporation nature shall of otherwise 22nd day the of allegations February of A. said D. 1918 bill, .. . . I

Tieeds our money to win our war. return i is expected to mark the open. be to acquire, print publish, conduct will be taken a* confessed by said : : ,
q (With an and .ade of ing of a brilliant season for the club. and circulate or otherwise deal with defendant {
army navy up He here any newspaper or newspaper or other It Is further ordered that this order C. L. BANDY : .
was accompanied by his sister
', neb men as these backed by our publication. and irenerally to carry on be published once a week faD four :
money and our support our families Mrs. Sommcrvllle Iud her daughter the business. of newspaper proprietor consecutive. week In the Klsslmmee "
cur homes and our country are safe. of Toronto Canada and general publishers; to carry on If Valley Gazette a newspaper published .
and when It shall deem In Said
desirable Tax
the County and State. Collector.
This advertisement combines a Just Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Steiner, Miss trade of business of general printer, ThIs 24th day of January 115. _

tribute to the men vho have gone out Lillian Steiner and Matter Frank rnitravcrs, stationers, photographers, (Circuit J. i,.. JVERRTREO. ., ,

i ', from that company not only in the Steiner of Greensburg Pa., arrived Rents photographic, to undertake printers and transact advertlclns Court KRIDE8 Seal J.) Clerk Circuit Court. 5-4t i .

perrlce of the nation, but in :the serviifo -, last Saturday to spend the winter in kind. of business relative to the gath-all Solicitor' for STEED.Complainant. --4t 1

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T. B. Walker made a business trip
f T INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS ,I to Tampa and St. Petersburg this

: week. See Our Line of l
Born to Mrs. Ida-Lee Keeling Sel-
) .' } .ooooouoooOO OOouOO.'H+:' A. E. Thomas made a business trip leu, January 11, a son. He will be

{' I Weather Report. to Bargains Orlando in Monday.toilet soaps this week named The Red George Cross Warren Cooked, Food'' sale Reed Baby Carriages

qt Central Drug Store. begins at the Osceola Pharmacy , .
Howard Katz and J. M. Lee motored 2 o'clock tommorrow. .

I: out to their groves today. Mrs. N C. Bryan and 'Mrs. Roma :" '
. I Following are, daily tempera., Goodrich Rubber Goods, a completeline Thomas spent Wednesday and Thurs : : ;,' ,, /
'I tures and precipitations as reported at Central Drug Store. : day in Jacksonville this week. "
Government stationat and Sulkies
Kissimmee fo- the week ending Sergeant Jim Miller of Camp John- Sleep in solid comfort by using a ,

ston, came down from Jacksonvilleand Goodrich Water Bottle. For sale by ,
.' ,Thursday, January 24: spent last Saturday and Sunday Central Drug Store. *

\ Mt.c. Min. Rain with the homefolks. Ladies! Remember the Red Cross \ .

., Friday un '57 46 Come and see.- our:Shoe counter Cooked Food Sale tomorrow, 2 o'clockat : . ', ', < .. ) i '

.. : Saturday __ r__ 63 34 Look good, F. H. Lawsem.j the Osceola Pharmacy. : ''
.Sunday __ ____ 73 38 j Prosecuting Attorney W. B Craw Mrs. J, S. Cadel and Mrs. E. L. Lesley New shipment just received in several dif

-I,I S Monday __ ___ 70 49 I ford returned Monday from Jackso. left] for Jacksonville Sunday to'
? ville, where he has been attending'the meet Mr. ,t r Tuesday .__ __. 71 55 .73 I Masonic. Grand, Lodge.Ad1erlka. who was expected hereon an, : .: ferent styles and at' right prices. ,

1'; < | Wednesday! _._ 57 47 ] It's' virtue made it extended visit... The party returned .
'.i < Thursday,!, .. _, 69' 49 i famous.,, For sale at Central. Drug Wednesday !lu;' \ :
I Store. Special for week ending Jan'uary31st'a \Ve Are Agents for ?
.1{ 1 =r- Co bunner'oj. \' ;
Watch for the Look for ,
J FREE with j ,\, ...
every $1.50 bottleof " '
Fire Insurance. See A E. Drought.A the.list of the cooked ,food at the Hd : ; ' \ ,
Orange Blossom Toilet Water ' ; It.,: \ .
Cress! sale tomorrow at 2 o'Uock .nt I pur ( Vacuum A (
few cakes of toilet soap for'' a. the O ceofa' Pharmacy, chased. COKNEIJ DRUG, STORE. I'' ':.t \ ;'l' Hugo ,', .
bargain at Central Drug tOl'e. j Judge J.. II. Cowlcy of Lansing, "Y 'F' .
!Best! Ginghams -20c! and 25c.<; : , : I,
F. 'W. Hill and F. 1 11 .cb pOnt Monday in town,on Best Overalls,' Men's,, $[.50 'aivd'$1.7o.' the rest of the winter with his ,. ;"" '7tj :' 'Y" Sweepers :::* '
friends the A., S. Nelson };) : : '
bucinesa. family, '
F. II, {Lawson: ; 'f' ';1'
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where he hasspent two previous winters .' : '
Guaranteed oheviots, best made, at* ;M.\ Katz left )yesterday for the marketi and expected: 'to come here, 1 : ::.,',:,' I ,.
:20c!() per :yard. F. H. Lawxon. :
of Baltimore and New York. He .
December with "his wife who '
Mrs. 1). C. Wheeler,who Is teaching ,was/ accompanied by 'Mr:*" Katz ai, taken sick;. and passed away the ,was 2n .: school at Maitland, was in to\vn Saturday will be gone about two weeks., of had ,,' .. "
January: Mrs. Cowley hosts : .
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'h' .0' on. business .'. "of ,, is of friends ., 'il"'
.. Our line! Box Paper a treat to .in Kissimmee! ,, and the
;. I.. i,, .* Havq you paid. ,',your'poll' tax ? It dee!! 10c/ to',$2.50 'a IOX. All Colors] udge. has the sympathy of the comp ;' ":
must be" paid by. Feb 9th or you can't and shapes Palmetto..Linen,' Keith's! munitv and will receive a, warm welcome ::f'C'" : H. GRANTHAM
vote in the city election. Kraften and Spinnet Lawn in pound here. :

:\ ';, .Adlerika.] Don't forget 'the\ name. package. CORNER DRUG STORE.Mr. :

I,.,;, For stomach\ and bowel trouble ; and :Mrs.: 'A. Chisholm' who I
,;' O. P; McCabe, oneof Kissimmeo-" 1 have for some time been guests at the O' "The Satisfactory. Store" "
'. Park's rpgularwintcr residents, was UiayKtonc, have left for Miami end I ImLOJsJ

in town Tuesday on business, ". ofher, cities. . on the east coast of Flor- I ?;!
-Rhone.'tf2'91,1i- ..
: : '1 338W miss. ftbZ"J/Pa1CYOf'aMhs/ fffdifiril.Mr auotCw >WWTi'' S 'f w7"h Bit
1iWoiI! t tHii'ctScmwv +u i a wAutr$c.tU'JSlfsiA l = : t .
')}c . '? coats for Women, $(i.OO. Slickers J-ac obs'- rthe best in Caddies. Two ,.
di, $4.60. F. II, Lawson. new packages, just out.: Jacobs' .
9 Ibi. Cornmeal _
__ ____ _ '.5ft -
f ;Mrs J. J, Phillips, pf Cincinnati und j i I Fashion Box and Chocolate Covered
irk Caramels. in pounds. CORNER DRUG 9 Ibi. Grits .50 and Mrs. S. Ii. DeGroot, of
'11 Hr t vo :children are :'ponding the
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Youngstown\ Ohio, who are numbered
winter with her uncle, :M Tiller, .STORE. 12 Ibi. Occident Flour_ ,95 rrJ
; among our\ most popular winter visitors
:Mrs. 11. ]II I, Funk arrived this. weekto !
12 Ibi. Palace Plain Flour .90
'I Fresh shipment Jal.'ohs'Calndy: just arrived in Kissimmee Tuesday
join )Dr.) Funk who haft beeiv here
J arrived Try Whipped Cream Milk I for several weeks looking after his : 12 Ibs. Arrowhead Flour_ .90 :aid are stopping for some' time at

.k; , Chocolate in pound package/ CORNKK *- I i irrovtf interests near Hilliard's IS-I White Salt Meat. .30 the Graystone. '

DRUG STORE Sliced Breakfast Bacon. Ib.__ .45 Among> the out of town. visitors
:Mrs. Walter. Schiffman) of !South "I I't land.Mrs.:: S, L.. I.upfer, Sr.. Mrs. S. L I Sugar Cured Picnics, Ib____ .30 who have registered at the Rest Room J
't Bend, Ind., has ui rived) to spend' thewinter j Lu f : his week are Mr. and'Mrs. I- Stone
) <' s. Karl r, Miss\ I I Kincan't Reliable Hams lb._ ..36Medium ,
) with her father. S. II, Haile)'. Lucy Buckls1tand hew I Pierce motored and Miss. Inez 1Atkins, of Providence -
Ladies! You tveoil( the food-the I IlL! Daytona Reach today for Jar Sliced Beef___ .20 K. I., Mr. und Mrs. Joe Weitccher ; ,
\ :, Red Ciot 1 n->eds I the money. Food an outing.Mr. Li 'tie Jar Sliced Beef_ .40 > of ('leveland'Ohio 1 ; Miss Slur

': '. bale at :2 o''I lock at the O\ eulu'Y. : A. L. Gaither of :Milleduevillc, No.1 Roast Beef .25 'aisley and, Mrs. 1\I.C., Hurt of St.

| (ju.. niuvcd in the <'itVpdn""II\' I No. 1 Corned Beef .2f Cloud; Mr. and 1Irs.V.. R. Bachnch THE UNIVERSAL CAR
i Drew fierce hiv arncd i from" Cul- on a visit to his old friend, :Mr. F1.: No. I Cooked Brain_ .20 und 1 daughter of Norwalk, Ohio
lod''ii. Ga., for :rn extended. visit wit9l| :Meaiw lit the home of Prof and :MrR -.' I It's no longer necessary to go. into the
; his relative.tIrI, ; , IJIi :Mrs J. Earle i :\1. ]':vans I No. V Good Eats Sausage
; 1 I I 3 for .25 details describing the practical merits of
Mr. and, :\11'''. T, J. Slade and :Mr i ,
\; Poll] taxes must be )paid on or b"- add I tilts, R. E. Gurrick of KiiHimmoe ,! Potted''' Meat _' -.Or C., W. TOLAND I the Ford car.everybody knows all about
a fore Saturday, Feb. iHh, in, order to 'j were) newly"] weds r(.irUu.ring at the ]I Albacore Tuna Fish ______.12'/ : "
f, qualify to vote in the :city election. i San Juan Hotel I yestonl.ty.-Report-I( ) I Deviled Tuna Fish .10 I I "The Universal Car. How it goes and

:i-.41i' ''lI''- tnr (Thursday.\ ; I Round Can Sardines .12% comes day after day and year after year at
-Mr.; arid, :Mrs: 1 L: H. Aulthian of Hy- I j J,. II, Wcmller, Hate organizer" of Piano Tuner and
Soused Sardines fine ..
ron (!11., are the /guests o5 the! for= the. Floi-id.i: Poultry! Association, and! I .35 an operating expense so small that it's
I mer's brotl cr, S. U. Auhmuin and I 1m. family were( here from Orland Extra Fancy Red Salmon_ .20 wonderful. This advertisement
family] I Sunday, They were guests at thv Pure Rio Coffee Ib_ .20 ,Repair Man' is to urge

.. :Misses Ruby and :XitaHardy': : arc j home of A. IJ. Thorny s. 1917 Coffee .22 prospective: buyers to place orders: without
here from Williard.! Ga.; for a week's I. Mlh :Mattie! Bandy; left this. weel-!: Orange' Blossoms Coffee .30 i
"' visit with their cousin, .:Mrs: J. :M. ) for Atlanta,'Kiimingham, and then on Premier Coffee -_ .40 Player Work a Specialty delay as' the war has produced conditions

';; Johnston. to New York mark..tR.ll's.; Kennel' iI I II I which may interfere with normal production. -
Barrineton Hall Coffee .40
There Is only one Red Cross, :Mnjfp: I Butler \Vill )keep the millinery: stor '
the moat of it at the Cooked; l Food ,""pt'n during her ali'iemc.Mr . I National Oats .10 Buy a Ford car when you can get
: Sale! tomorrow at ,tho Osceola Pharmacy I' *, S. L. Lupfer. Sr., :Mrs. 8. LLupfe Post Toasties .10 Satisfaction Guaranteed 1 one.. We'll take good care of order--- .
at 2 o'clock ,'. Jr., :Mrs. J. Earl Lupferand Kelloit's Corn Flakes___ .12 I your

The amazing; ?l'p sea romance I their guest., ]Drew Pierce, were a par Pillsbury's Health Bran_ .15 or>No Pay. I get your Ford to you as soon as possible--
"The Submarine Eye"ith its underwater tv of sightseers! motoring to Orlando
4 thrills will be ';hp\t'n at the CasiiVo I then on to Sanford and the celer 'Ballard's Bran .15 and give the best in "after.serylce"when

theater Wednesday' January, ;JO. f fields there Wednesday.The Kelloffg's Bran .15 required.

Why suffer with stomach,trouble?, Sanitary. Fountain. We aim Fould's Egg Noodles _____:. .05 .
Vdlerika: j i.*' rant d Bind tfwluisfyouiialeMtbVlrfbgiiCraH .fir SMt ; sy- Justice Macaroni ..,...r'1.'It\i: \: t.1 0 -PHONE'' o'rs'' ,
'eeai 1 J p + hhel1' Fould' r. Elbow ....: \ : .10'' ,

tor M rVan'J' |:Mnr w v n e Rua'.tn'getjthetbe.w.anl'ures ountain ines" Eu No'h.'good for" 3pdoi.'eggs/ !! .25', R. DeWitt Brown, ; Osceola Motor Co.

ra d''ledRe :11irhiiere( weektLguests Whipped' f' hOI'plnt : Bakers'< CocoaijLowney's .10a; d .25
milks ini '
of their old-tim) ?friends:;' :Mr.: ;: l Cocoa_.10 and .25 159"Kissimmee
and Mrs. 'W. :51.: Skinner of this city. DRUG STORE Royal Cocoa .10 and .25

Hilly Single Clifford and his Ladies' the A chjmney fire was discovered: at Dromedary Cocoanut __?___ .10 Fla.
Rand and Orchestra in the late com home of F C Bryan Wednesdaynoon Dromedary Dates _I_ .20 ,
action the
prompt on
'Over will part
edy There
appearat of the Granulated Sugar 4 Ibs. limit _
the Casino Saturday, Feb. 2. family nearly extinguished the
flame, before the arrival of the fire Kerosene Oil. cat. _._ __ .15 ..
Mrs. J. Z. Rober'son( :Mrs.: Lane -
Company, although: trey answered the No. 2 Atlas Pork and Beans._.11
Paulk, :Mrs H. W. Morrow and ;Mrs! call with their accustomed
Milton Pledger were a cpng<>nial .par ness. Little damage was done prompt No. 2 Libbv's Pork and Beans..15
ty motoring to Orlando, Wednesday No. 2 Snowdrift Corn 2 for .25
for .. H. W. Morrow returned
outingLadies Tuesday
from business No. 2 Dairymaid Hominy__ .10
1'1 !' trip to Cincinnati .
nickels! Save your pennies, save Ohio. On his way home he stoppedat No. 2 Okra and Tomatoes __ .12 Announcement.!
your save j aur dimes, save .
your quarters for the Red Cross Food Macon to visit his ,son, Carle:: who No. 2 Tomatoes 2 for .25
Sale at the Osceola Pharmacy at 2 il! a member of headquarters company No. 2 B &: M Lima Beans 2 for .25 *

o'clock to'norrowt Camp of Wheeler.124th Infantry, stationed at No. 2 Auburn Corp________ .15

;Mr. and Mrs./ T. L. Walker :Mrs A, :Miss? No. 2 Premier Corn 2 for.. .35 Beginning with the First of February we will
W. Bailey and Mrs. L. H. Ing-rum motored Tennessee Maud Gardner of Greenville No. 2 Webb's Cream Corn 2 for .35 '

Wednesday, to Orlando on a combined and Winter business P-.rk doming from, called Kissimmee on friends, where Sunday she is, No. 2 Easter E. J. Peas. 2 for .35 put our business on a Strictly Cash Basis. By

and pleasure trip. employed the Citizens Bank. Miss No. 2 Sliced Pineapple ...... .25 ,
Gardner spent four winters in this No. 2 Pitted Red Cherries_ 35

'1 arrived Mr. and Monday Mrs. H.from S. Evans Montgomery and baby, city,as and the many courteous people employee will rememberher :! of toe 15c Pan Cake Flour .10 doing this we believe we can save our customers ,j'enou'gb

Ala., and are the guests of E. D. Mal] Peoples National Bank.-Orlando Re- Nabob Seeded Raisins______ .15
loy and family Mrs. Evans and :Miss: porter-Star.. B. F. Japan Tea. Ib. .50 to make it to their i interest to continue,

Ouida Malloy are cousins. "The Submarine Eye" is "one of No. 3 Grated Pineapple .15

T. L. Walker, a well known traveling those things," different, new, a de- No. 3 Sliced Pineapple ____ .35 their patronage.It .
man of Tampa, accompanied by cided novelty, nothing like it ever No. 3 Lye Hominy. 2 for __ .25 J
his wife, were guests of Mr. and :'III's.liw. thrown on the screen before. Situations -
Bailey the first of the week. never before attempted and No. 3 Victory Tomatoes .15
Walker is Mrs. Bailey's sister. much less accomplished find their way Small Kream Kriso ___ .35 is our intention to give the same quality' and service as before

Emma Fredo arrived this into this thrilling romance of love Medium Kream Krisp .70 with the advantage of every cut in price possible.
week from Ashland] Ohio, and expectsto and adventure. At the Casino Wednesday Mince Meat ,_ .10

remain in Kissimmee until April. night. Heinz Sweet Pickles .18

Mrs. Fredo will be remembered as .Mr. and :Mrs Eugene Bsilev find Hirsch Mason Jar Pickles.__ .25 Patronize Our Meat Market
having visited ;this city on previous :Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Decker of !Butler ,
winters. N. Y., arrived Friday and spent Sour Spiced Pickles .15 I
the week-end with their friends, J. J. Don Brand Mustard .10
:Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Johnston their ,
guests Misses Ruth and Nita Hardy, Woodall and family. They have secured Premier Ripe Olives ,_ .20 We make a specialty of handling only the choicest Meats.

and Attorney G. P. Garrett were a pleasant rooms at tha. home of Premier Olive Oil .3"

theater party motoring to' Orlando time Mrs in Belle Kissimmee.F. Modi' rend. will spend some Tall Jar Pure Apple Butter_ .35 Note the following Prices:
Saturday night to witness
"Every Pure Apple Jelly .15
Woman." L Ferguson,
of the
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Curry of Canton Root Grain Company president, K.insas City Pure Guava Jelly .25 Sirloin Steak, Florida, '. 25c Roast, Western; JOeSirloin

... .. Ga., have been, the guests of Mr. was called home by wire last Sundayon Premier Celery Salt .10 Sliced Ham, . . 40eMinced
J:, ; .." and Mrs. J. F. Burkhalter at their attractive account of severe sickness of' his No. 5 Pure Cane Syrup .55 Steak, Western, JOe '
home on Broadway, Mrs. secretary, but hopes to return in two No.5 Alaga Syrup ________ .60 I Ham, 30c '

Curry is Mrs. Burkhalter's aunt and weeks in to Southern visit several Florida.points Mr.of Fer interest No. 5 Karo Syrup .50 Porterhouse, Florida. . 25c. gouge Meat, .' 25c
will] remain here for some time.E. I
guson's parents wife and daughter, A complete line of rood wholesome Porterhouse, Western, 30c Franks, 30c
M Cooper and party, who have Frances, remained here, and are enjoying eatables at th- prices.arranged .
been prominent among the winter visitors the Florida sunshine. for Beef stew, 15c to 17e Pork Steaks and Chops, 28c
here for the past .month, left easy inspection. The
I the first"of the week for Lakeland. "Radiator Bill' Ericksor. has so place where people trade who care Roast, Florida, 20c to 25c Pork Stew, 22c +'&a
They will return to Kissimmee for another highly prized the comfort case pre. I- .
stay before going north in the sented to him by the boys of Company ,
B at Camp Wheeler that he has madea '
spring- Yours to please
silver plate for it on which is engraved .
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Skinner of Detroit : "Presented by Company B, TAYLOR'S
Mich., who have been the guests: Christmas, 1917." It will be Temem- The Grocer
of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. bered that the case was a Christmas R. S. FLOYD
0 Skinner, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas present from the boys in appreciation 16 Stewart Aye. Phone 250 ,
Townsend of Grand Ledge, Mich., jof the handsome hammered brass J
Quick Delivery
were a party leaving Monday for plate he gave them for their Ford .
Clearwater. truck. ', i'l
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I . Catarrh of StomachDid 'fir
Manhattan Hotel 'I Duvat County Food Commino.Thia Some time ago your county agent .

took the matter of castor bean cul-
U Now Open is the twentieth ot a aeries it resembles an ant. It not only feedson ,ture up, with the University of Florida It
Mr. R. B. Savage, Owner and Mr. of articles coveting the control of the potatoes but breeds on them;; Not Know
to find out what:
diseases small and arrangements if "
the various insects and !! we The eggs are very yel-
may.expect on our, Florida crops. I lowish white. They are laid in the any had been made for the co-opera-
shall endeavor to give directions for tuber or in the lower portion If the tive growing and marketing this writes Mrs.: Selena"1 cannot Tanner.find Athena words to Ohio ex., 'NearlyStarved I
avoiding trouble as far as possible vine stem. crop in the state. The following let.i thanks for kind advice.
for recognizing it when it appears, The grub 's white*with pale brown ter from Mr. A. P. Spencer, assistant press. I my never: once thought your I had ca.
and for the best control. These articles head; when'tullll'rown is from a fifth director of the Florida experiment tarrh of the stomach. I rbnimeacod

mm F mm cannot cover all Individual to a half inch long. It takes only station, has just been received: taking Fcrnnft, as you directed. My a i
needs, so I invite personal, correspondence about five weeks for full developmentfrom "I am just in receipt of Rome Information stomach continued to' hurt me for
,, whether from the backyard laying of egg to mature weevil from the War Dept. regarding' about two weeks after I began the
garden or commercial plantings. and 1 the breeding goes right on in contracts for growing castor beansin medicine. and then it atonpnd. 1 now
SELLS MRS. N. M. G. PKANGE, storage bins; hence the great :dis- Florida. In as much as several have have a Rood: appetite while before PERUNA
Chaitman of Committee on Plant made inquiry this I \
regarding I
.) tructi veness. was nearly starved.!< : "
Disease and Insect' Control, Jack For Control it is recommended that for your information the follow Those who object to liquid medlMade Me Well
Fire, Life Accident and :sonville all morning glory vines' be destroyed, inK: cine can procure Rerun

Just the greatest tweet: potato for/ the weevil lives in them, as well "As there is an unusual demand for _______ ._ ___u_____. .- 'u. _.UOh." ._..... _.-.n._ d
now salon castor oil for aeroplane motors' the (KNTKAI: FMJKIIfA I 1\1I'kl. I'I .. ,
that all sweetpotatoes i
Liability throuble in Florida seems to. he a sweet potatoes; is into ST. LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Jo'ields'that from infested fields be fumigated government entering agreements GOLFERS ,r ,
out" of
"running stock. for the growing of castor beans SPECIAL REPORT ,
and Boiler Insurance.
have been given every advantage of before storing; and that hogsbe I
turned into the, field to clean\ in 1918. The salient: features of the : That Central Florida is the Mecca i iI
cultivation and fertilization have utterly up -Stk
contract are as follows: National 'Yards. Illinois, of Mr. V. C. I
Legal Bonds Executed failed make the the remains of,the crop. for golfers is the opinion .
to '
season, although the a crop weather 'past has In planting, great care .should betaken A. The government will contract Jan. 15,, 1918. Kicker of' Lake Wales, who believe ; j
I nfested vines for 0,000 acres or less with responsible TODAY'S RECEIPTS:: Cattle I that the golf courses about here and I
Same Day Needed.< been extremely favorable. to !secure non or people. : I !
Orlando this the ideal center
seed and! land used vvI'ete'aweet potatoes 1000. Hogs/IWOO; ,Sheep-100. make
Seed: Field Selection Is the only "B. The 1 contractor is required to ; for devotees of'the game- In a recent, IJ
solution of' this problem. Use potatoes Communicate have not with recently the.been Plltnt grown.Board furnish a bond of $1.00 per acre 'as, Cattle: 'The n-imber cf,' cattle ',i I newspaper article he called attention + ,. '\js

OFFICE: State Bank Building from heavy yielding/ hills only. at Gainesville Fla., for full Instructions evidence of' good faith.' available this ,week ha;? been a mere to the fact that easily accessible to dto." ?./
The best potatoes grown in hills makT "C. Contractors are to' receive handful), due to unusual weather conditions this center lie 'the well built golf
stock from 1.
if want to buy
ing but one ,or two' p tutoes ,will ,give:: you 93.60 per 46 pound bushel, f. o. b. courses of (Oakland DeLand, vKissimmec
other sections. . virtually demoralized train'
a similar' yield ,in their return. their depot."I Florence Villa and "Mount
wh Storage Rots. There are many ). Sub-contractors 'be service and as n result ,of this, the
04400 6604 N In cutting from' the vinl'sC/ > are to paid i tain with a flne'Hyatenvof-road* ,,<
storage rots but all, must, be handled not less than $3.00 bushel for trade has reflected peculiar:
from selected potatoes, make only per a very : leading to them and offering splendid
M. TILLER two cuttings from the end whether in the same way. beans, grown by them. ,.d\ condition As far' as sales are concerned -' tpst! for golf in the variety of link
the vine I lie longer or shorter for j jt SWl'et'1>otatoes are very tender and '};.' The government furnishes the beet steers are, fully oOc per i which -may be"visited in one day. This, :
y i Real f state Agency. 'I is only the end growth that is prolific easily brused. Each bruise or cut beans. 'at cost plus transportation cwt higher than last wok, while i opens up new vistas to the imagination ,
I. In securing new seed be carefulto 'invites 1'ot. hence'they should be charges. For full information write butcher cattle range /50c, to $1 per cwthigher. as to what the future of golf. may: ...,
4 ft >* % %%%%%*. ** f llow'quarant.ine regulations. handled with great care. Sort carefully - the Chief Signal Officer Equipment Sales, :are hardly; a criterion 1 yet !become in Central Florida and of

< Realty bought and sold. Thin is most necessary to' prevent discarding for storage, any'dis.ellsed Division Castor Oil Section 119! I D upon which to judge the market or fers possibilities for a central orgari-
-X rented.. spread of the sweet potato root wee. 1>bruised}, or cut potatoes. Dry Street N. }<;., Washington, I). C." serve as guide to the market Where zation for the promotion of this popular -
_. _Houses i well and store in a cool, airy place. Those contemplating growing this cattle can be placed on this w l'l's sport.Winter Park Post.Mntliors .
: aiei'petd van d'Tltleiwerifi.dt, I 7ftr.ftt iritt Y.1ffitj'! 1'i''bit'tif; I li i tmJj: ,hundl f P0T? $tithag: ...necea-, crop should write the abover address market\jt: it! advisable to-''haro hern( ..
| ) for'nonresidents.: : yield'rplit the. vine and discard for .saryi each i'n add:! Jdnhe1'bruises +'I"1o et in'i'i'siniaanicatiiiti' i !;;'WI't1l'I'Iofti, h,=re..w..Cic". ",, b)k'wltrll\../lifrQ.tti"'tlI'I1r" / !!;; ;, *hat,. ,yu'tynt '.d.'I.JJAJM.' .Vallgy, Gazetf '
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Fire Life and Accident In- seed, purposes any showing black: and therefore ti Uie percentage one that is .already making >contracts. neift week s sup, ly i thoroughly. .. ,*W11: I rent your' apnro Tooms.r Pt ;; | I streaks us this is an indication of of decay Very. truly> yourS, adequate, that i is, if- weather conditions . ;
< > surance. disease Disinfect storage bin 1Iy I spraying B. K. EVANS. become normal and if i i iiu-h is the I 1Your I II
Plies Cured In 6 to 14
I ludemnity Bond Stem Rnl. Wilt or Yellow' Itlighl as thoroughly! with one pound Milestoneto ---- case, it is apt to reflect a i lore or less I Day '
twenty-five gallons water Make FLORIDA Mrsf! ERADICATEs : variation 1n market values, owing to rirngrlM will refund money K PA7O
it is variously culled, shows first in OINTMENT fill* lo cur atiYcmic of Itclimn .,
.. .ooooo*< oo c o oooI'
the leaves becoming duller .in color two applications twenty-fimr hourapart TUB TICK. this week's tidy not-: I Blind,lllrr O 44444'440 "o.OHOOo.O then yellowed and somewhat shrivel and let bin dry before putting From a report issued by the! U.S. Hogs This market! iJi i in very in- Tbe ant .,>phc tiou givca, Ease and 6o)4d.v.-:! > -

ed. A wilting of the vines soon follows. in the potatoes! Department of Agriculture, and! pub certain condition. Kstlnviteii receipts "
:i. The leu\ ell to ,Ui d tip of the """ r t lished in part in another column of were light' and part of the IIF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS, .
I t vines are first to show trouble but i if I Farmers Buy =Near" Good liouds. this Issue it appears that while durIng trains will not crivc in time for todjjy's -
C.W. GRIFFINStaple the vine IS Cut open near the hill Nowadays; when men plan to buy the year ,1I17! Inhere have been released market, owing to t'.ebad' : : condition -j! FEVERISH, CONSTIPATED :
J I bladened'tlssue) will be found, sometimes aiming, land they pelect the land I | 1 from quarantine on account of of the railroud.i.. Oid.-r) b >;yers

extending several feet from the ]11 with n view to pro!5,2: !>0 out of till' market and city butohTs I
and FancyGROCERIES hill"1aUr: J the stem breaks down i j.I to' suitable weather conditions, andvery I i i square miles in the south Florida is want but few l'eforethe'Arcl.ho-s. Puckers expect Look Motherl! I it tongue la coatei,
with n black, rot. New sprouts lire j' pointedly to road vonveniencesvA : 'I j credited with only 1,1M( square| miles a good run : i not. and l cleanse little bowel. with "Call- .
sent up by the potatoes if nay have good road menus easy:" tran norta- i And also a total< of tick infested, are biding! stonily prices v.ith Fnd.iy.Acity I. fornia Syrup of Figs" -4JACKSONVILIEEA.
tion of the farm I butcher .raid I :"flli-KI! 'for one
been made Such will products meanshigher and
potatoes consequently! still
quarantined: :
fancy load of hogs. It a: I-nd I
show a blackened. ring; aboutu I value! to the land, means better area of1:1r.a:!): :! iqui.ip' miles, no less tell very to II I
1 1I quarter inch below the surface. Do facilities for obtaining the farming I than just under 50,000 square conditions just what the. out'corne, of theses II'' can rent easy. after giving!
wi'llle ,
( Free Delivery to all Partsof not use these for seed,, as they will 11 necessities. Eight men recently i of this or" about one-xo'b('nth of the to be careful, but about'e advise" shil'o| I' "California. Jsyrup of FIRS 1 ," because iti
the City carry the diseasp. Use the other sanitary bought tracts of land in one section i I| whole is in the 8tut "f Florida. unless pers Lnymit' bos.<<, n few hours all, the dOjlgedup'walll..-. r' .
be ,
I i precautions given for ('.mtrolof of Florida I choosing land adjacent to This is a mutter thltllis for the around they$11i.6!eon I'.g'.t' tr oll[ noiir bile and fermenting foal molly" .
: to $lii.fiO( for
vuriou's diseases of this nature. the Dixie Highway. careful consideration of thoughtfulmen per clef, inove out of the bowels, .and you ham 1 1I
******** *****. **** < << Black 'I the good kind. It is Almost, certain: well
Hot This child
: shows on the jxjlato residing and interested in the that as railroads! will a scot I a jilajjul again.
I in sunken, black spots with cir- SLate: Not that .we would suggest meats that there will I IK.- big; rhip- I Rick ('hi jrt'll needn't bo coaxed to
a I
yf. B. Crawford Lee Jarrel cular markings at center The pota that no interest in the matter has Sheep: In this depaitment receipts run. take tide Iiarmleas "fruit,_ Inxutiv,. "

CRAWFORD &: JARRELLATTORNEYS.ATLAW .under these spots! Will be of a I been shown, but that it must bs extended have been scant also, but the market I Millions vf mothers keep it bandy!.".>
greenish cast. A potato thus infected tremendously! It must, be bus not fluctuated to any; extent. IVst I cause they know its action'On the etom*
in any part has a most disagreeable i that Florida, at present the mosti lambs selling nt $I 7.iiO to $17.75 and 11 I nab, liver and bowels is prompt and sun,
i Offices 4, 5, 6, and 7 Citizens taste when cooked. The sanitary eTi i talked of State in the Union by rcai fat sheep from $12 vo $12.75. Auk. your druggist for a bottle ,if f

Bank Building measures so often described! for soil 1 i son of her fertility and productiveness NATIONAL LIVE STOCK COMMIS-: "California, Syrup of Kias," which eun
r Xisiimmee Florida diseases is the only means of con shall be. permitted to retain this tains direction,* for batiK-n children o I
trol HelpDolfourBit'GrowBiqqerCrops big ug'y, black mark across h'.r frir SIGN COMPANY. all ages and for grown'uns.
DR. W. W. CARSON Foot Rot first shows in small brownor j name and! fame. In some places in _
I black specks on stem !war soil 'line. the State a vigorous (campaign be- (! HI
It may develop slowly especially in.. 1 1 .ing waged for lick eradication, but .
over Pilley Building dry weather, ,but finally will girdle the only real remedy for the existing "
Office Hour.: .--11. 1-ft the stem. Use seed selection and field conditions of things is a Stats law
OSTI 'Phone Kg Residence 'Pho. f
sanitation for control. making eradication compulsory. It
OM Adratnlatcrtd for Extraction et
T.eth Leaf Diseases:. The sweet potato Now is the'time to make farm is rot as if the tnnk! were a great one,

hits several kinds ofi\ af ennts. lint and grove pay real dividends. I.or one calling for a great expend +
O. B". XRIBfiaiKRIBBS.Ar W. J. 3TKHI. none of them have so fur proved; ; ;-i suf-: A ready market and good tare of money?and,. :it s c..rtain that "

t ;. STEED : ,flciently' Keriousji'to'' ,'warront treat- prices await all crops you can if once our cattle owners' E could be '
mentj J necelfary they should be broughtjitokseejk! tlv fc tremendous ad-
ATTORNEYSAT LAW ; : produce. Help win the war i :
feontrpllcd yantagoiytolbej'gnined.byl
i" yfgpraylngjwithiBordcauxII : i and make more This having,.tlieirrattleilreMfromlthtM .
businesswoman money. ,
Legal j kinds glvst rntxtore tfitheyc would
prompt"attention Caterpillars and IIteetleslY> *various'g I (:- year make every acre yield a bed;thelaiy to|rwlshTtJreturn[ {toj.the t --4 /

Offices 11 and II Stale Bunk Bid a". kinds attack the sweet potato leaves big profitable crop. old pconditiTormfUhinjsj( |Florida 'must "
but riot be permited to lie t the last of TIN "
KisBimmee. Florida. all con be killed readily by "praying the OLDESTE.5TABLSIIEO
with arsenate ,of J lend.Whitefly favorite Southern State; to secure a legislative
r of sweet potato .s very Use enactment so abvioisly :\ -
fat Jahnatoii' G. P. Oarrt' limilar the tal'eous! lo hnra"IrKISSIMMEE R '
to whitefly pf citrus trees. ' ;
JOHNSTON &: GARRETTAttORNEYAT.LAW Like it, but in less degree, the larvae Fertilizers : I 'fIN
ire parasitized by a red fungus so LADY BUYS LIBERTY SEED'MOUSE

'they: sOR1"i mes shojw: as red spots. These BONDS WITH OPERATION MONEY"I \
high-grade. dependable -
; ;
3 Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Ban Naturally though, they are so near fertilizers) are famous FLO/?/DA '
Building the color of the leaf they are hardly for the production! of good have been: !busy saving up 'money :rI

Klnilmmro. Fla. notrw-nble as they arc very (flat and crops. Our line Includes fertilizers for an operation for gall Atones which I -+-e,
only about a twelfth of un inch long. my physician advised in my case. : 4
: for I truck crops' lU-ld 1 Since
They secrete the honeydew taking one bottle of Jlayr's f SEND FORCATAloa'AHb
commonto LEWIS O'BRVANATTORNEYATjUAW insects of this Remedy it looks as though WEEILY PR/CE
class so their presence a Favorite formula suited to I Ufr.
can safely this
is soon made evident by, the your crops and noil. money to buy
Liberty Bonds. 1 I suffered<< for years
growth of sooty mold They are particularly Order spring fertilizers
with colic attack) and bloating." It
Waring Building. bad rn late planted vines early to bo sure of getting is a simple, harmless preparation A
and will soon so exhaust t.hrvitolity them. Write today for special that removes the catarrhal mucus
of the plants as to seriously affect price list which describes from the intestinal tract and allays
them. Spray with one pound Black our complete line. the inflammation which I
DR. J. A. THOMPSON prac-
: Leaf 40, and eight pounds soap to w. aril nerd' pnfalora. Get tically all stomach liver and intestinal c-:
OSTEOPATH 125 gallons!! water. oar prl....* ailment*, including appendicitis. A. CARSON. President N. 'c. BRYAN, Secretary.
Root<< Weevil: We have had the root One dose will convince or
yowell-Duckworth Bldg. Phone 494 weevil ,with us sometime but theser- Independent Fertilizer Co.Jaek.a.lne funded. For sale by J. Z. money Kolierson re

ORLANDO FLA. iousness of its work has only recently: Fl. druggist. The Waters & Carson
been realized. Pota'oes attacked are J. Srhnarr &: <'<>., Orlajiilo. I
I. ruined by the New Draft Bill
galleries mined Introduced.
many If you own a citrus! irrov*. auk II t
', through and through them and the for ropy of Se-hnarr'a Spray I
J. W. THOMPSON decay which (!juickly follows. pock which iliUM' ratf>a and 01-, Senator France of Maryland has in-.
The adult is a snout beetle about crlbea prate cltruii and been dltiaMMeji and tell attacking traduced a bill authorizing the Pres- Grocery Company 'd

Funeral DirectorAND one-fourth inch in length with black how. to control them.Bther dent tq, enroll all names for military
head steel blue abdomen, and 'bright, purposes between the uges of 18 and
brick, red thorax ,and legs. In shape 45. The classification n* outlined in
the bill is follows
as :
-- ---- - Those between 18' and 20( years of Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 'i'iGROICE'R $
age to be clarified in a federal! cadet
LICENSED EMBALMER corps<<, from :lil to :l'2 J:! in the federal

first line of defense.. corps'iU: :! 1.31(; I
I' Crops' in the second I line of ES
Store and Chapel, Stewart .A..... .' .
{7 to 4; :years! of age m the federal
Klaalmmoe. Fla "reserve corps.

JOHN WHITE & CO. Heavy yields of high class products are necessary 10 CENT "('.\Sl'lm'fs"FOI o o oo o o + + .o
,( UVDR; AM BOWELS. o + .
LOUISVILLE,Kr.i to bring! a big net profit to the grower. The .

i Liberal assortment i J LJW' + banner record for such result has been held for Cure Sick Headache. Constipation, Co Co WE SELL: .4.. o WE BUY: .
sad full value paid r> .
the last quarter-century by Biliousness' Sour Stomach Bad .HAY
: : :
: ,FURS \ Breath-Candy Cathartic O . urDES :
Mld.a : \J... '
[Ideal FertilizersSend 0 o FURS .,
IQNt tla.
No odd how bad your liver, stomach 4 I 'FERTILIZERS .

1I I I r "W or bowels; how much your headaches 0 I I> INGLES p e WOOL .

for our Free Books on all commercial) how miserable! you are from 0 4 4 .

Alexander Finlay, crops of Florida; also our Spray Catalogue. constipation, indigestion biliousness o I ORANGE BOXES'" AND ...
I" I and sluggish bowels-you always get O I 4 o. ALL
Special advice
!h. r 116 S. Orange Avenue gladly given. : relief with Cascarets. They immediately o ORANGE WRAPS, ... ..

I I Orlando, Florida f cleanse and regulate the stomach O 1 I VEGETABLE CRATES O 0 COUNTRY.

remove the sour, fermenting food .. .
Residence and won, Sand Lake Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co., and foul gases; take the excess; bile o CRATE NAILS O PRODUCE .

I. Orange. Center. r M/rs. Ideal Fertilizer IDIF.AL tea(.. from the waste liver and matter carry and off the poison constipated .. 0 ... ... ... 4 0 . 4 . 0 .o 4 o 4 4 . 0 40 . . ... ;,

Repretentinf A. M. Klemm'* Jacksonville Fla.
runuizn"Won from
Mar the intestines and bowels. A 10- We sell field and garden seeds of all finds. "

roo frunuzutco. cent box from your druggist will keep Wi gin special attention to fitting
out hunting and
Haven Nurseries s camping;
liver parties
your and bowels clean
. yt ; stomach Free delivery in city limit 'Phone No. 12. ,

' a. Ia. sweet work while and head clear for month They w. are county' qaab for good fertilizers Ask: u, for circular ud prio-. d
you sleep.
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so unexpectedly has done us no harm. ECLIPSES THIS YEAR confessed. by Maid defendant. I fIt ator., or by the dlrectora, at a meat
lias .la further ordered that thin order !ilnif called for that
It not impaired the:health of our nurnoae.
t week I I
>e publlahed once for four < onecutlve
citizens; we shivered some when we Two eclipses of tho sun.and one of .. week In the Klunlmmee Valley The Corporation AIlTICI.rc shall IV.have, .

: Ugh Calomel Sickens Salivates ventured out and faced the cold north : the moon are in store for 1918. Gazette, a newapaper publlahed In by, It* Corporate name perpetual"aucreaalon

; wind and showed the fancy cap our : Only one eclipse of the sun will be aid Connty day and of State.January, 11)111. ly, and i la to exist perpetually,

\ ,' mail corrier donned; but it was a regular visible here. That will occur on June (cTrhlt'l Court J. I.., OVKRHTItERT. The 1>ualn"AHTU'Lfl... of the v Corporation

Garden of Eden for those who 8, when 85 per cent of the sun's surface Seal) flerh Olrcult Court shall be conducted. by a.JVenMent. on.

IIMse Try Dodson's Liver Tone had wood to sell and every vender will be darkened. The eclipse Krlbbe A $taed Hy.,S. 11 HUUNOOK.Deputy Clerk or nd more a Treasurer Vle.-pr""", and auch, a Mncretary

likes to have a season to suit him now Will begin' at 3 o'clock in the after- Solicitor for complainant i iAN ('('ra and agents. a. may from other time offi to

and then.If noon. The other eclipoo of the solar time be elected or appointed and by a

I am"sincere medicine does the electric lights were allowedto body will occur on December 3, 1918 ()JIlIAicl.AN lean Hoard nf Directors consisting of not
My not liver- than threo nor .
upset more than
burn about twenty minutes laterof but will not bo visible here. Partial OIl )UI"\t: ( H to prohibit t ke .'..a. memhern. The offices of the Secretary even

and bowels po you lose a day's work. a morning it would be an advantage eclipse of the moon will occur on June ........ of off Intomlentlnsc snore .nnn l.lqnora n LimitedAnsonnt and TrenaUrer may bo held by OliO and
: the same neraon. Tho Hoard
of Dlrectorn
23: and -
to those who 24.
are compelledto One 1'.0' ". nt any: eec time, shall he elected by the .
walk or drive to their daily labor HIO IT UKUAINtCU by the Council: of lold.-m at their annual. meetingen Ktock

: . J. before daylight in the morning. .Bei END STOMACH TROUBLE, the Section' flty of I. Klmilmmoe That. It shall, Klorldn he unlaWful: the third Tueadny In January of each
year beginning In the
Calomel loses you a dnyt I You druggist sells for a few cents( large i fore daylight the mornings are Intensely GASES OR DYSPEPSIA for any one within: the limits of tlu* The Mock holder* of thla year Corporation A. L>. 1(11.
City of KlHHlmmee Florida, to have In
dark and the class of men that shall lit the first meeting
}Know or
what it's BOOn
',. calom.el in. mernry bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone, which would be'' accommodated by this ex 'W his or her possession at any one tuna thereafter an 'ponnlhle adopt the n.c..-
<' ; quicksilver. Calomel is danporous. i i" to irneater ttuantlty at whiake, gin aary bylawfor the government of
entirely vegetable and pleasant tension. I.e., the laboring men, are the Pape'i Dlapepsln" make lek. sour beer, wIno or other IntoxIcHtliiK, liquor, the Corporation and th. offlcera", shall
It crashes into sour bil<5' take and :is a perfect substitute for 1 I hope of our. nation. stomach surely feel fine I than 18..L present allowed by thState I l>o elected or appointed *prescribed"
gassy Law of of .
the Ktata Klorlda.Hoot
like dynamite, cramping and sick- calomel.! It is guaranteed to start i Our county demonstration agent ,_ in five minute. Ion 2. Any violation, hereof by:The the following! named shall

rning you. Calomel attacks the your liver without stirring 'Mr. Evans, is certainly a busy man -- nhall be punlahed I'')' Imprlnonmont fora be the olTlcera to conduct person the business
I you up period not exceeding I da '.,
and during such weather as we have > or of the Corporation until thn officer
hones 11 m) should never be into inside and not salivate. by n nno not, exceeding, on. Hundred
put ,
can had this winter it takes more than an If what; you just ate is souring on Imllara, or both such line and linprlaronmunt who shall bo elected at the first elec

your system.. Don't take calomel I It makes you ordinary man to be that when' no your stomach or hoe liko a lump, of nt the, dlnoiotlon of the court tlon"'.of.1. officer Steed President nhall be ,qualified:

When you feel bilious, sluggish, sick the nest day ; it loses you a dj\v'; much of the. business i is our of door I'ad. or you Ixlch gllll and eructate unanlinoua-oonHcnt!

!Ix-lieve) need call on' business connected with the of fullness and W. ,.T. rt. ....
you a dose of dnngeroiiiyaloaicl (- you might up II 11,1'CIII. feel g''IIt.. li7.rinonn, heartburn nausea, 1' 1''. H. IA\'Ins.' Steed Krlblm and :I.

just remember that your Give it to tins' children as well. U. ,S. agricultural! department 'andw l'ul I .tante In mouth ami stomach-head- .' 1t.I : .r..ld..1I1 of Council Kmmett Ilrown AKTICI.K shall be VI.the Plrectora,

-- ._ . . .-. ,? seldom find him ,at home; and on Belie; you van get relief in five minutes 'J. It. C51MIKHT. ('lerk. The hldhont amount of Indcbtednea
I lone of the: most .disagreeable. nights: '\I.prOJanullry 7th A. D. 191*. I or liability I I to which I tha Corporation
there }has beenthis winter his ladymother' !>y neutralizing acidltv.. Put !In end to JOHN S. CADKU can at any time Subject; Itself (. Tan
.1. RUMINA.TIONSOF such utonmcfi' distress now 1 by petting a 4'Ttt : Mayor. Thousand flo.AAfloo) Onllara.AIITICI .
informed us that he was at
I REX .M. V n.
I .
large fifty-cent case t>f Tape's UiapepsinIrn ftOTUH Or''APPLICATION Felt TAX ,
Deer i Park on businessMost' men I ., The name and rpuiidu.nccof' ] the
would have been at' ,home near the I ,j any drug store: You realize\ laIho I ,, -11":11 subscribing fncorporatora togetherwith

fire. -. ,minu '8 how nscdl.-ss It is to Buffer Notice In hereby' girein''that J. W, tat. Stock the number of allure. of the capl-,
alarmists anbacrlhed by each
Those who and will discover set oppo-
are raising despondency you Miller. purchaser Tnx Certlflcatpa
The quantftY"of fertilizer that pass. from indIgestion) dyopi-pola or any ctomath site his name are a. follows:
No. 1158 and 11 62. dated (ho 6th
uch which
a lementable the that'silver lining day
outcry over every :
CD our door each day indicates that disorder caused by tood.I'rm..ntatlo"; of July A, l>. 1914 and Tax', .C'rtifl- Name No of
supposed hard times that will exist dark cloud 18' said to possess. the question! of food shortage is not due'to excessive acid in etomaih. ('"I... Kn. 1544 1340 1347 134*. date \\'. J. Hteod. Klaslmmee.Residence FU. Share 71 .

Jit the expiration of the present war This was unavoidable. Everything I to exist in Osceola county during the July 5th A. l>. 1915. has tiled. sldcertileati's (I. F. Krlblm, KlKalmmee, Fla t
I. lack the good* sound common sense i that .honor could demand was first In my office, ll.nJ| has madeit.plleation J.r Kmmett Ilrown KtaKtmee, 111*. I
year. cards the Val. for tax deed lo maCe '
present Visiting printed by In ac- IN WITNKRS WHKHKlF:
; Wehave
that we should brinK to aid in tlied by our president .
Our' friend Joe Smith is' sulTerino; coiduncewith law Said I certlflcntriehibrace hereunto fet our hands and nealx .thl.
Gazette ,
.i lIppar l.tlie"""'fJmerJn'ncY-t'1! .:-M\Ve\ <,Tb yfiJnid the..Ejcnaur.jypf.Aliningwith ;! \ from)'.the.Tects of"the aiivtiretAveath; Icy jobDepartment.c ... thii 1. followlnif dMtcrlh prop.H'"I tile loth dny of jHniiary A. .IJ. .JItlS.
--r-- I nIT u", ".' ", -
IiI.iii-1'.I" 0 nti'Vtt'd
I P'
Ceo J'nvI8..llIS; u !
Jf'thcy will go bark with me to th6O' ? our fl-itnda. unable to he 1 rr::
being irf
rent compelled '
pay < *, to-wli ; Iot 1 Block ii. Lot IS (). KKltl'll'llH. (A\)
when our southland people had J Iwen despoiled of all their personal '. the best cooks in the country. We are ran procure rent free and the one 1 assured of well Hl.u-k I In 'SIll r14'dIa. STATE OKCOl'NTV Jo'lItIOA )
always a prepared
.,: property, humiliated with defeat I he it now living in leaks no terribly
:VOlDi: TO (11 u.IrrIt'tIn The saul land heinu aftHHi d nt the ) .".
with nearly everyone with a severe I meal, when we are calld to partake; that it is exceedingly! unpleasant. d..I.of lhe 1".."",,(',. of saul certificate OH' OKCKOIjA) )

fievance created I by .1 the death of I but the main table adornment both j I Judging from the students of the (...urt of the ('..u.'" .,......... "..f. of In the name. of Unknown \\', C. Veata UK IT KNOWN.: That before me. the
member of the I I useful and pinaniontal was the sweet different "' ..r"la. ......('..1. ('......,.. Jr. 8, <>. Smith \V Hampton.. ; Unless ulerKlRned l Notary Public In and for
oT that Ilex .
Mmo family glades in
near .
comes In re Kxtnte; ,.f Jeanellr V. l>bllllim.In aid certlncnteH .h..1to"\ redeemed. accprdlnir the State of Florida, County of
relative money worthless! without I 1 potatoes mined in his own garden.'l'hey contact with, our high! school is certainly nil <<<:'I.,..|I torn. Lrf-italrcH, lilHlrlbuteea tn, liiw. tax il.'i-d will issuetherei'i oln perHonaly appeared \\'. J. Steed .
credit goods of all descriptions highr were of the )'an, variety very j doing fine Work. This remindsI anil all I'c rsna lm\lnur. I flnltna I nn the ,111th day of January, (I, ) Krlbha and 3. Kmmett Ilrowni tome
tm ,\. It. ISIS w..1knowlI\ and
than had before I large and finely flavored. Our host I of which will or DcmamlM. aiculhat aald lOatate.You ; ; known to to be thendlvlduala
: <'r ever been known il a good joke we giveI I. 1. OVnJtSTftlhcT. In and who aubacrlbed.
without proper clothes or nourishment ., told us that he had taken the Irish I for our fun-loving readers. A little'girl ,and and elicit required. of you tu, nr(pieai-nt hereby anclnlniH notlll..1 >-' ("1-rh, Circuit( i'liurt..1Tit heir I name to the foregoing proposed

) the change indeed was fearful. potato craze and expected to go for I in one of the schools had been find dvmandH' which >'o,l, or Osceola. County Florida. (they Charter executed and they the a"kl1owl..d..d that
name' for the
Hex could ill' out this article on the them this year on an extensive scale. I given the word Baker to spell. Her cither of you. may' have<' against .the I p......* therein expre' ....edWITNKSH pur-
r Rex predicts SUCCCBB, judging the fu- -Htiit<- of Jeanetti' N. PhllllpH.I I I dee. ..a- I l\ C..It.T. ('01'IIT.KLOIIIIM. "T.'T" OF
"Ha teacher make Mar' my hand and official seal
fearful condition answer was ,
of affairs then I
ex I,,!. late of OMccola, ('Ou ii I y, KlorldH to
In .
the and satisfied .
| County of O
ture by past we are c
tha Jane
isting. Indeed the fearful quit punching me-ker-Baker. tin undiTKlxned. Kxi-cutor of said 1 .
present was .' ola and State of Florida thla
t'IIUT. .OC! < KOLAHk : 10th day
ou'r will be correct.\ "
t f but the looking forward to the predictions .1Oatwit Iilii two years from thi4. dateKilter of January A. I>. 1 1SIIOMA '
( HAM: '':11\
We occasionally meet of our Iu.r.f .
one I heard few TTtOMAIt- (Seal)
future a still more deplorable aspectwas a gentleman a days aJt'Oi I i-ccmber 24t Ii, A. n, I 1U7 Notary Public, -
Co. B members the street and sincerely State of Florida.
on rsmark that his had the William :I.o'lIn..., Complainant.
presented as that dreaded future i son joined scicuA. rini.i.irs. My commlKKlon expire Men. 5. 1.19.
presented naught but distress. It trust that they will be true to army and a mother who had a son already (i.HI KxecutorI'l . vs.l''ank (Notary Public Seal) 4-4t
I Vnnit Aornew/ and Arthur K.
the confidence them. I
i in there asked him if he was no I n.-f"nl. J
i' appeared on though famine would be onetsn
ouu.u Foil IILICATMCXIkr
are sometimes; men who cannot stand It b uffldnvlt. LIST OF NAMES STRICKEN FROM
'the inevitable outcome. Hut <] andsthat proud of his boy as she was 'certain- Hpiienrlnir, ) appendedl4i
had under fire; such a one was found in I ly glad that her boy was serving his In Irrull Court. ".... of Klorldn.Srirnlk I the bill tiled In the nhova-atntcd THE CITY REGISTRATIONBOOKS
managed the musket and rifle cause that Frank Vnna Airnew one of
one of the best regiments from North and he exclaimed Judicial. In-nlf.. OiirroUla. BY
handled the plough the country, heartily. the def.'ndanla therein nmnnd la.a non CITY COUNCILAT
men ,
; Carolina; that man's name was ('ou.'" resident of tho Stale of Klorlda, and
that he certainly Roth parties I .
worked and the women loiK-dj; once James ( the other name withheld). He reside in KisRimmce.was. This kind ofpattiotism IV ('IIANCKII" his residence IH unknown,, over the axe A MEETING HELD ON JANUARY

more secured a recognized South and was impelled to, the rear every time will conquer the world. I llm ,
she emerged from her deplorable condition his regiment was under fire. A Lieutenant Rex is still domiciled his .. omulnlnanta be and be la -rebv required to nppenr Anderson, John (col ) moved from city.
a new Southland full with : the bill of tiled In Aultman. II U. ._ .moved from city
to complaint
equipped accosted him on one of these I.. ... i'ovtell .lId J. 'I sad J. .
friend William Temple: purroundcd by i Alderman H. I., .moved from
for service. Review this condition of occassions and l oidcied' James back in many conveniences which he could not I I.. theratr.e', tlrrr.....*... Slat Hald da caiim.. .>J ot on February or before,\.Thuimlay l II, 191R oth-the Alderman.. A. Cmoved-- r from city city

things as they actually existed ye the ranks, remarking "If I were youI The old It Hppenrlnu" by affidavit appended (>rwl..,- (nlleuiiitlona of said bill will Atwood, J.'romelt,.
ifisconsolable victims of procure cjsewhere.\ gentle to tlu. bill llle.l. 'In tin- "I"-slnl.. I be taken IIH confeHBed by said' defendant flame*. Henry (col\ ) moved from city
hare) time I wouldn't !>:' such a baby. The man man's pony got out of the pasture a'' CHUKU that K "1. Powell mid J. I' IMill- nanIX A. .,.. . . .moved from city
visions and resolve to do all you can replied "I wish to nod, I was a baby. few days ago but was brought back Ii l's. two of Ihn defeinlanlB therein It I" 'u'lh..r ordered that this order Itiyan J. II. .. ... . _.moved. from city
f'ir the good and welfare of our common and a gal baby at that." named urn non-ieHldentM. of th. .- State. be publiKheil once a week, for eight lluek I.tival'ttemoved. from city
bv two gentlemen who saved .
young of Klorlda, and .iie KHldentM of Mani connecutUe weeks In the KlHMlniriiei: Ilarber Wm. I-------- from city
country by cheerfulness The cold wave that came upon! us him front being pounded.Our .".....<'r, IVITei' Count. StatH of Ten Valley ilaxette, a neufipitpcr published llullock Ktanlvy _. . tno\ed from city
Democratic rooster still retains IU-MHOC, over I thi, age of twenty-one .In ....1,1 county' and State Bunnell --. ._ .. . . moved from city
This 27th day "f Ueeemher, 1017CtCtS.'Bl t'anova, K. O.COrrell. .moved from city
It therefore
In orderntl said
*"r. that
his patriotism. He says when .J-.I""I), defendants I bn and art* ( ) J. I.. OVKI18TREKT, V H. _. - . _ _.___. dead
our boys catch the Kaiser he wants hereby recnilled to lliicar to tin bill Clerk Circuit Court rhlKhnlm, A, Pit------moved from city

them to bring hin( here ti) Kissimmec ..f complaint I ft led I In Bald CHUHV oil or Krlblm & Steed fal.lwell.hunt., r\ W.lirlKKvrn K.. I.'. .. _" .moved.moved from front city
SollcltnrH for Complainant :2-fct
IK for.. Krldav, the hInd of IVbru.nry. City
so that he can see what kind of a day llicgai. "h..... h . moved
looking thing he is. A. U. IAIN othf-rwixe the allegoItaliC I\nTIf'K OK APPLICATION Stilt I.KT. It. 1>. - - .__ _. __.._...dead
of said bill will bo taken
Strengthen America. UH oun- haiti Aloe _. _ ..moved from
4 Well: enough! is enough of all {Chat Haiti defendants. iiic! ivvrnvr A 1\11 I \('()it. Fife, Warren. .- -- .-moved from city city

.- so with the the sincere wish that this It IH further trdvred. that this order POIIATION.NdTICK : Faid A. I'). ... ._ .. moved from city
be the most successful the he publHh) mien H u .'el< for fuur cronHfcutlvu Flint I.. I). -_ .._..- ..-moved from city
.mav year weeks III the KIsHlnnnoe. la hereby given that. theunderalitntd Opulden Henrymoved from city

I Valley Gazette has yet witnessed,"we icy Uiiri-tle.. a newnpntii-r, (lubllahed, In will on th.. llth day .01' lllbert W. C.____,,..,-..-___ -' __dead
still) stand, as, .(' '. ",.,, '" REX*',' 'I. ..aUlIn HI 11 I.j;,;. KebruaryAj( ; I"." 181Kv'applyw to if thu (leiger1 hl. J). -...4.mtfnovfd from city '
) .
Drink- Bill nd Cost.In :' '#,?,, mSTATE ')'hll. 18. d.. fJ"u..r, )' 191J Clov..rn..ra. I Klorldn ;ijorl (lrt'i.n tA rt ; -- ,, moved from city I IlrlI'orY.V
a t O\'I.lHI'I'H; 1r.1 'I' lncorporntlnKi (5 1" N.T t"liirll'I'RI..nt ( : A moved
( from
.. ; ; 5 city -
I \ " I TAX[ ]MEET ult ."UI' lur I' 'ul ou Hi't)it I' <-r thi4; fol '' lIoudY.Hrllt\ moved from city
il""JGCvernment '
; WITH COUNTY/ASSESSORS H"III'I..HIIIBS' hnrlerBnndlArtlclealofllncortiorntlon. 1t4-uiry.Johiuienl. moved from city
& 'TIFI J). '('L_01'yWof.which I ha Hbi-on I Iliad Hli4 t huV. Hilton' %j\f.; 'ul moved from city
. !'iIIHulidlor' forqompla; aunt S ft ..rrl<' I .r,iSta,,; let for!*IiSthte"of hughes, ; _,_.._ moved: from: city
and .'Iorl".r*? 'fl ,"
the Tax : '
<< To Assessors County; -" "' Johnxon,> (Clav, Jr. _-moved from city

Commissioners of the State of 4"'Ireult' ( ;;;;irt-;State; of !C..,._ \ J. STEKliD Johnson T, H. -- . .moved from city
Florida. rats Juillrlnl l..u.t. OMreola K. KHIHIIS Johnson J. H. .moved from citymaved
__u _ 4'ou.4. J. KMMKTT IIIUWN I.BIIlll I. M. from city
Gentlemen : Inclosed herewith you 1:11: (IIAN ":1'"' AHTIPLKM: 0''K INCOIll'OUATION' .J-lllv Jaa W.. .... .dead
times oT it lakes will find circular advising as to meetings Ai*. the undcrHlfrned/ herebnHHo- l.nlondfi. dward moved from city
peace approximately one billion that commission wishes to hold I InA l J. Tat-lor, Cumplalnant, Hati' ournHvcM. together fur the "U :l.idbetter:; : H, K 'moved: from: citymoved :
l.nnKanecker ,
lollar to the "a'Jan poNe of becotnlnK a biidv politic nnd
} run government. with tax Assessors and boards of Minx. T., N '. .___
.'s II I Ualley and J.-u. llalli-y. Ills uotiiorutiuinl.' r I the IIIWH of Ihi' Stateitf .dead
commissioners at various points in \Vlfe. 1 Ill fendnllt. KlorUla.. anil u'.. hereliv tlcrlari'. that Meyer I'. J. ow\'ed'rom city
the state. We would like to hold these U apiiiMiilnir. by alTliliixIt, I appenilcdto the fnlloHliiK I i Artlclea of Incorporation ;Marti, 1C H -. .moved from city
tht- bill (lied In tb aliove-Rtated Hlmll uiiiiHtltute and be the Clutr- MrFailatid .1. e . city
i But we spend two billions a year on meetings beginning about the first of eaUMe that, James" If llulley and I-ou ter of mttd Corporation. Ollv..r. T. K.__ --. . .moved from city

February, if possible.We Hall, I *\', hlii I wife I tht dr fe,"lanlH therein AKT1OLK I. liNeal, I* 11 --_ .- -- .moved from city
I named. aro nonicHldentN of the I The niime' of IhlH Corporntlon ahiillbe I'liiBcitiH, N II. - .._.. .moved from city
that the conferences
drink-just twice! the amount of our bill suggest Ktnte' ut Kloiliia and nr- n-HlilcntH of l:' N1'1I\I. I>IIL7I M'ri)itN, and the. Patrick, (I<'nrll'e _ _moved from city
.. be held at the named and l--Hke. II. Make. .
on tifln4! Market Street, I'lliliulelphlii.. Stateof lulmlpH, ) place or buHlneHH Hhall be III moved from city
the following dates: I t'ennnylviinla. over .1 he air/ *. of twcii- tho Citv of KlHHlinmiK, (''>unlv of for the of the .. "IT,a alt, r. F., Jr ._ ..moved from city
I support government. Group Place Pate t y- .ii y -arH; I It I IK therefore ordered ( Slate of Klorlila. but the bonid '
that Hald iionrvHldtMit, deft-ndantii be of I Klrcc.torn may cMtabllxh I branch of- I'eVBonH, ( h II fI, I---- moved from city
1 Chipley __ __ ______Feb. 22 Illald. Z. T. ... .moved from city
T - - and are li *r<'by req|u I red to appear to llcea at other places from time to time
2 Tallahassee .. _ ______Feb. 18 I the bill of rnmplalnt tiled In said eauHcon in Before( entered the or .before the lit), of II. Hfm. IJ. W. _= : .: : from citymoved
. we present war we were spendinga ; 3 Tallahassee _____ _______Feb. 20 Saturday day Itou-em, J. J: . from
I February A, 1), IH1H. otherwlso th. nlUKatlona The general nature of the. btittlncMH. u city
quarter of a billion dollars a year for national de 4 Gainesville - ___ __ __ __Feb. 211(! of Bald bill will I,.. taken as or huineii.s to be ira nsrii'Icl by his Hollff, H. S----------moved from city
5 Jacksonville __ __ _March 11 Corporatii shall be to purrhnm. and Smith Ja.. I I. .. .- .titovud from citymoved
fence. Our drink bill times much. --
4 just eight .
was as "Sullivan Aden. from city
retail. and wholcNiiltt drug u
(fi Sanford _____ ___ ,.__ March 7 operate
? StHi'llnKr It. 1' .. . moved from city
Before the little at ores, to buy nnd Hell I Import, exportand -
war we were spending a over $66.- 7 Inverness __ ___ ___,.___Feb. 28 deal In at wholeszile I : und tetall alldruua Heavir, Charlie _.. ,.moved from city

000.000 a year on the administrative work of our 8 Okeechobee ____ _____ _Feb.. 11 GOOD TO THE LAST DROP .nii-dlclni-H I piilntH i clii i-ui lea Is, SaiinderN. Oi'o. N..- .moved from city

9 __ __ _____ __ _March 4 nil.I .. d> entlinH. KtllHHUnfe, loll Ii't a nil! Smith. W A -. ."Hllmll..r.
ovenment. Our.annual bill fqr drink was practically Tampa "fit nc\ aitlcli'H. fancv K.H"H. ilruuKjHtu'HUlllltllH \V. II. .1. . . .moved from city

\ thirty times as much. 10 Miami _ ______ r_ ____ _ _1'el,7. still|pa. plrf II1I'r.'H., I lllUnrH. foIlI, 111111 1(0. JOHI'ph A. moved from city
(Osceola is included in Hurulcnl liiHlrumenm' m.llanc. and Snedal. I, Harold I .- u .moved from city
. : ; :: und:, btrnpltalHli Tamil. Waller\ U' .mo- -ed from oily
t Before the war we were spending $200.000.000 a year group 6.) HilltJ'at|>|"'lli'M 114. "iiliHllnaci-iitlcnl pn\HlclaiiH. \ nnd, 1 K.IICIM"| Thornton S. W .. . . . .. dead
Very respectfully . \Vti ni. It H. _. .. moved from city
for the conservation of natural the maintenance MieK-haniliHe und all I I oilier KOIMIN anil -
I our resources. TAX COMMISSION.John ilher urtl<'l.'.. ,rtafnliiK; to I the ilttmbtiHl :: -I'HWN.: l K: .. moeil: from: cityViiol. :
of rivers and \ incted from city
harbors public health and "ieHH tn; opernle I Hrulii wiittr I foun-
N iel, chairman \\'av'r. Paul I Iv tnoverl from city
tnltifin,01 l Hell I thi'refrntii Roila wnt'rnnd ..
and things of a similar nature.' At the same U. J. Paterson 1 I li.. >refill" ti.> buHP, 1 1 nnd dial. In WHlltnir. A. I. . moved from city
fuiirH., toliHCi fHnilliH, Wiilllnu II. r. ... _ moMd from city
time J. V. Hurke- : ii.
we were spending ten times much
as .
every year liiilel iirtnliM, HquorH tutu lliiuUlH and \\.lih I T. J. movKl from city
on alcoholic liquor. I"I nil 01 hv'' altKliH. incidental tu III.lruu .. Th' ('tti'11'11 I will I I I meet on TueMday
,i To Cure a Cold In One Day. < buHln.HH to etnliireirl) ti'n dihui Filuuary r.tlj. A. l" 191 ', at 730 I'M..

:: The war has enormously .increased the cost of Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It,tap. the | ,inn*'lHt and r-l'i k" for the purpoMi to h,'ar rnmplnlntK nf any person
gov dill: nil uur: that, their nanna have beenlmpri
Couch and Ileadacbe and work off the Cold. i>f fitt-rvlni I ? < n Ih.* ftnld biitifnfMHto .
ernment. The whole nation is devoting itself lo meeting J DriiirKiit refund money if It fail, to cure. ASK YOUR GROCER luisell uml dial In n...'"<' fl.ii, pa"i I .i'u.-rly! i ratuti. from, I tegi at rationU..KB
I U. V,. OKOVK'a signature on eacb box. 3Oc. {"nl or "tici-w, IKI, to till "pri.Hcriptlftim1to : J. It. CII.IIKUT.:\
the, new demands upon it. We are all practicing purchase and itheiulMe, n<'iulre| ;3-rt City ('lerk
. bold sill lit holcHulp Rllil i'i'tili, leum' .
economies. I '
'UTIC" (IK K.M:( t 'UIlO( tOil KIVAL,
nnd nthi'iwlH.I rlinpoH I *' nf phonoKrnphHtulklnK i
I niachineH und niiiMlcul InMtrnmenlp l>l"l'HtlU.K.In .
__. uf all :kinils. tnKithet;: : with inutile .

But what about that I mil Hupplh pertalnliiK' thereto loIcnHc County Juilue'* (...urt, Oneeoln 'oa..
are we doing two Ii Homes HtllMH .til bUV. *.11.!! exr'lllllIKe' tj State of Klnrlda.In .
i and Grounds Made nb tgauhiiit'\ let, bam. or ..1I..rwIHP l

billion dollar drink bill ? -- Beautiful I at Low CostFor mqulri the, :! lurl..ut| anil,. of IIHIIOKI| upeiatliitf. of, :unity rttn'rI, MlireH.nnd V fin: re Estate of derfer.N'nllrf Margaret. '1. Korh..

to ili." nil ,n tH ami, thlnirn In COTIrilltlMM -
\"II"Ii Wl ll llUHlll'HH. to : very little money you can make your home bpurrhiiHi. or uyi.iulH.i ',w n, IilI.b1 . }I.. hfe'eby Kl\en to ,nil whom

Why not cut it out entirely and spend'the money (for the best looking in your neighborhood. These l .,' ....11. t ,||.11'I I I' "N' MIOIIUIK. *' ,,' It M.iy inav S."n'r"I ) I'Hi.; w. un will The 1 14th. div to th.llnii of..
'n.-uinl'u- i < :'il i -titi < OUlI i -
other things that will increase our happiness and our ornamental collections are especially :::I I \ L LI, HOIIII,, ) 01. ;nil: I \ it l ir /prop- T M, MiM-ph' Juilxn of said Court
selected.'I AUTICI.I: ii I hut Jii.Ic' o/ Plotmte. fr i' our final disi'hiri.r -
efficiency as a nation and enlarge our chances for , ,. |, ,. lull gXI'ru.or of I ho tnlati otM.irffant
\ Thi :Mlnnuiil, nf Hi. i < |1" il!1 N|t.-l K of
winning the war? Prize Collection $2.50 Royal' Collection $5.00 thin) C.i, |..u itlon '.hill'' Ii'i', ii 'I IIIIIMiitul : l I': Koehenili'.rf,.r, ,,,ler..aaed.
Two a.riM p.lm..two prttlr. Four flo..r..tHns: *hrub, two .1..... ., > I In,HUM. to b. and, nt the n.une.: time w.. will proBent -
flowerlnv shrubs of different' eorh of pain, nh.d. Ire... Into "",. I iI'Mii''' whti.v'' nf ih, our filial' atiountx an I0xtiutnra of
kind. two hanUiomc foi,.". foli'*** plant. hrno. fruittrvtm ,PHI.' \j..', nC- ( in. Ilundl'.l I , 'illuoiHolla B.tld state nhil. auk for their approva.1.
plant, two rood fruit lrrr fourteen al.! f Imt. d. Novi-mber 61h. A. l> liii! ?.
tmtm .
Booze decreases makes i M > i. I". w-IIH I Ii H "M < "lilt 01 1 H'|''n 'Ii .
happiness, us (your "I.cllun'-.h') lrum ..,,,clm. n -all as.ori.d. ..huh mllh, iiii.f, for. .Mlii.i In isi 01 1 ('[iltHA M HHTSOX.
.p""lm"n.-worlh U.26. if bought sep.r.eiy-rcs( $4 6<>. Is. 'labor ot N.I\ 'u .ii a just, SiM.. HUTSON

less efficient and multiplies our chances Send for one or both of thetee collection. In iluilniii. to In l x..1. bthi, iiu.irpoi, , \\'. r rnVIORD.. Kxecutors..

--i ; filling' older unless you state a preference, we will Attorney' fur I Uxucutnr, l-m-8ni

of I -. hip plants that we" knew will thrive in locality.
losing the war. your Al)*I M
Send for Free Catalo c- itOp
1 In (ourt of County Judite !lc.f..f

If believe that the : Send sketch of suggestions.'I #, ,y/t Florida .
you traffic in Alcohol does more I' for free thatpaln
planting \ Hen'f quick: fetId I. re Catate of George II. Tat man.Oareola .
harm than good-HELP STOP IT! :Mew" 1918 catalog, listing largest from ache and Conaty ,
\ palm of Rheuma..
variety ornamental in the South
I Neuralila, r-: ties t U I1rll'JKlv..n" to all whomIt
sent with each order, .mailed :. 'a"'a: Strains. mtiy concern that on the 20th day of '

'free on request.Reasoner'Drothers '.. ,- No need to rub.. It April. A. I>. 1918. I shall apply to the
DeneUatee..L honorable T. M. Murphy Judge of said
-h Strengthen America paign -. Court a" Judge of Probate, for my,
Roval Palm' Nurseries final diaeharare a* Administratrix: of
the estate. of Oeorfre It, Tstman. d.-
31 S Benedict Avenue ceased ; and that at the asm Urn twill

: This advertisement Oneco, Florida present to said Court my final accounts -,
( prepared Charles
was by Stelzle a* Admnlljitratrlx: of aid ....'

tf and furnished/by C W// War) .... t' >iiiiineiKIILS -tate Dated and. October ak for Sth.their. .apprfvaL 1- 7.' ,

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Notes +I -. GIVES.- LINEN. SHOWER. : -: .': "': '

II .Ji Society ; ; The King's DAughlers'\ class of the SHOES:

Methodist Sunday school gave a pretty

i linen slower for one of their members .

Mrs E. E. Wells, Editor.) '' :Mrs.\ Walter Coble, nee. Miss
'Mildred Li-e, now of Orlando Our large stock of New: Shoes in all the Latest Styles
patro'n. I I.f motored out to thy
The guests made of the Gazette to send items
> Request U to Valley' pleasant Wagner home l Saturday''' -

Society Event So the Editor for publication in these colums. :t ternoon and -enjoyed thehjfcelvcs quite and colors have arrived. and are now on' exhibitionat .

.. :f0 informally with knitting, and! chatting. ; .

.+- I 0-.0 I 0) ::+:-+.:+:+o< '+O:+:+:+, :oofI'o **:-+<-+O1 :-+-:'., I allll, Visiting each one'cards pJ'CRent'l'qte'.lIn were distributed original our' store. We have for yo'ur approval:

--. + .+ toast to the bride. So cleverwtie "
+---- -
PlnSH'TEm.IJlES;; 1'
., DICLHilllTUL SOCIAL:; 1)1) 1' census of..opinion tha much unsnsju'clcd Shoe Florsheim Shoes ,
+- - . .F /he Fuh-Cheo Camii Fire (;il"' wfi'etained I talent) .e'\tK in* t the Class! .The Queen Quality

evening, January 37r the ('Id" Xutunjay. afternoon I liy, I Ifed. tn'e, of the uff-rnoon! was ,the pi'c-' 1

ladies Thursday of.\ the Presbyterian church, held! i I Miss Jeanette\ l'r(-\tlH at 11Yl' load (mMubbftle Iwtitatiorvf. the giftr 'in their,atac-t| : I For.. Womem For Men

their annual ,social meeting nt the) street!,. liUrfiitisM. \ rOutHH'\ I lave" wrappings" : ; When those were cxiiivum ""

Hart Memorial! which \MIS '1 narked by I pad iiJoafcani, ('nni'pf.alinn;' licnijiU'd 'd, they veie. foifttd) to contain, $5.00'to $10.00 $7.00 to $10.00'Educator :
Oir wl the aftfMiouti t-c-ilibroidered, ( linens and, CXUipiU / .
it lint altendanoiii'(( nofwllhrftanding\ i the.the) guests\ I ujjh< ; i dainty : :
choculate..ud! 1 head (,111 11 a. ->
Inclelnent weather. and.refreshnieritsof hot < '{ \ painted ; ,
very I .served. .\ delicious fruit jpllo was Bei4ed 1
An Exceptionally entertaining' program WIII'1'8 :wens 1DOUGLASS SHOES .
arrangedinchiding] a well,. 1'rosc-iit, nt tile IIH'tJl1g'W'j! the wi.thhipr,1, cl\cream and cakes.: Those Shoes For Children '

rendered.: was duct, "In-' the Village," Mrs.) 'j I guardian, )11'11. J.V.. Prentlai'aaNi.t-' present 1&1- this pretly\ function! weroiMr 'i ' :

A. '-M. Frain and Miss/ Lna Lord.! niit ,guardian, MriJ. W. .I I, 'lprlpp)} Wagner, Misses 1 Maude Alice $2.50 to $4 00 \ $3.50 to 8.50 : ,
: .
<,1\I'igs X.aida Lee played a brilliant I Misses 'Lois. Overstieet, Gladys lirlf- and! A'lah C. Wagner, Mrs I D.). W Alderman .

piano solo "Masquerade and l Nuimisk- |, fin, Dorothy Wells, Lillian, llaili' and') )' :Mi's.: : (Gco. Wl Persons, M I'R| 1> "'.'

mg.Aloxzhowahii( ) b *'In ]My Neigh-i .:Ilul'\ I're-ntis. .. W. Bailey; Mm, E. L. )Lesley?, Mrs .I Children. .+
lior's( Garden"' rind "The Nightingale" Miss Dorothy Wells wit! ehtertuin' ] j'A.:: 1'IClII'I'll's.;, ; ,, J. D, Woodbc-ck I Full line of Lower Priced; Shoes for Men, Women and

(Nevin). at the next .meeting. Lewis .t'ltr'yan.dfrii.: Walter. Co I ,', .
mandolin soloa( ) "She Walked ,. ,-, :Mrs.L.. II: ,. ngra: n.Mrs.: H. W, '
Within A tho Garden; Close" by Gaul, +,__. ;, ", 'W- --_..--- : :t, :Morrow: ,, :Mrs.: J.'/. Roberson, ;ti rs. E, : l
i :NEW VERS'EoR' .. "Al EitlC.V'" > ) ;Misses Ouida Maude H. C. Stanford Co. +
and (b) "Havana" )I.y Kendis and + E: Well.t, Malloy, .!
1'alcy were rendered by Walter C. j 4 ;; i ; ; ; -- -; j and! Louise Thomanon, Elsie II. Skil e
tae, with piano accompaniment by The) following l beautiful, verst'whk'hmay I Iron, EllallIe; Gilbert and Lola Ltw- .
be sung( to.the. tune of "Americu"1, *
Miss Lee
his sister j IIIld "God Save the ]KJnjr," is t said to 11l'1' j
Mrs, J, Earle Lupfer Rave a perfect . .
Canadian iuid I ,
of An I have Leery l wriliteji by u + - ----- -- --------+
impersonation "Little"Tale seems peculially apropriate at this PVHIJAN' I .TEH 4 INSTALL: i I i ill
nie" and related her of the 4 the Anrln-Sawn eonnlriea OFFICERS I counted the ChriMma j : day"> of long 1 mance. It is a great scene in :J.idl ( OSCEOLA, HIGH SCHOOL. .1

J>"Mt ;;;;';;W-ar; '"':;;; : 7 ;I,;it..r.ojA j'tfi"time-vv'ji'n' ( 6ftmti./Itilt{ l 'MD'I"gW' '((19N' iA'1rffll'' y.aaau ... atgstaa.Ahlle: ; !flht +k41716i.w P.:; ..r.\l2Jg.t.h.t.l.\. ,.::llL1cr) uhairl,1! !I.\-J.l.\ Oa\ iiQll t Jt.<$, .9. AAA fesjaafontiotted !?'
social hour followed the programwhen . The l'ythi !Sisters. .lodge.. installed fer, I'clldIargafl.t: 1 Delund VbcautiiuT'Christinas ooL lJ TI'f uJ'IH"w'm\[ T71
coffee and sandwiches;' : were : a common"Two peoples caused on the "'I'll' ,'. their. elective' und appointive offsco prayer. All 1ne+rsbetsttaJdinteresting em7ploytd. This v-lll; 1'O.nhoyn\ the (- I front-Page One): 1

served and young and old] 'alike had a'' Two nations great and free, for th1) ensuing year at the regular events or read ,iOniC liter- :, Casino ;Monday night..METMODI.S'I in the distance now and pupils] of tb I
time over the lish pond in : their -...--'-- '
merry One anthem raise. nwctinghl'ld in hall in the ary gem Mrs. Frain guve a piano -- '' ninth, tenth and eleventh grades are
charge! of Misses Lucy Witherspoonand Fraternity building Q11' Wednesday solo, "The Faun1by ( Clil'RCIi'I'r'eaching
to selectionslooking'
One race, one tongue( name, Chaminlld"1 giving. sonv thought
Grace Nelson. A generous silver] I IIftflrnoll of last week They are as The latter part of the ( ('
One faith, one hope they claim, by the pastor at 11 1 a. toward the preliminary contest ,
offering was made by the gueats.The of Civilian Relief in
follows -' One God whose! glorious] name follows: ed discussion i m. and 7 ;p In.Iorl: 'ing subject "TheDuty I which is bold about the! first of (
poem read by'Mrs. Lupfer They love and, praise!" Mrs.: H. M. Breaker, Pant Chief which our hostess is ,very: -adtive. A I of Cheerfulness." Evening: t subject '.March., p
: Mrs J. C. Griffin, :Most Excellent cupof tea with Christmasl: rookies "Shaking' Hands.. 7. Title for EMMa)'.

Little Orphan Annie's..Graphic, Tale +----- '- .-.-'--..,..-- Chief. was served. .( Sunday school at (0:15 i: I: a. m., J. .L, Food conservation has been decided -
of Ihef War.By I ,r NOTICEThe I Mrs T. Ellis, Excellent Senior. On January 10. Mrs" W. B. Makin-I I Overtlreet. superintendent ,I upon as th I (' topic for the Fell
{ Adeline Palnvar Waggoner( ; dedicated i \ Julius Smith Excellent JunIor to. date the
Mrs. on
+-- -------+ son gave an up report and nothing could lie
Junior league at :3! medal
to the National\ Council of i C. wTnTM.. -of the Church of I JY. W. C. A. and Mrs. .J H.[ W. ;Morrowreported p. m> essay
of ,
Senior at League m.Prayer timely
p. More
Defense.) I Christ will hold its regular, monthly Mrs. l Kenneth Butler, Manager.Mrs. the Jqmor .Red CrofBoth; . m..ctingWetlllesdll at 7 than this text. The contests for this ....t ;
) p.
:Mr, Herbert Hoover's come to our .I meeting Friday, February 1st< lit the :: Robert Glover, Protector. reports gave details us to .origin, willlie charge of 'lh'of. Evans'Bible bountiful medal is to membeis
m., in t open I .
house to stay; home of the presidentMrs., \ S. H.Auliman Guard. and The Junior Red
Mrs fil'orA'l'> rrono1; ',growth scope. ; i '. class ] '
II" Davis leader.All only.
class of the graduating' <
1 To watch the pans and dishes and put ( 317: Broa way. A full attendance Mrs Roma Thomas noted as installing Cross account was especially!: interesting are cordially, invited to attend. 1'18ruund(; Devices.An f
the crumbs away, is desired and visiting members officer. After this because ;brew lea about it. "
ceremony a ; we 'J : is th.)
I these ser\ic. J. I D. Sibert, Pastor.ST. innovation being :<
And shoo the tramps off from the are cordially-invited. lJ-s..J.. T. social hour was enjoyed w'len: Some of us ,aid{ not knowthat before I of .
in the pl'o'idingslidl.-
porch, unless they learn to sweep JSurkhaltcr will have charge( of the Thomas, Mrs. T. M.\ Rivers! and 1IIrl"1 I the world ir began the childrenof JOHN'S( EPISCOPAL: CIIt'KCII: ''and year,testers. to way the play grounds and
), And make the fire and dust the hearth program. H. R. May were hostesfacs ner\'in Japan had raided a Rid; I Cro this to
and earn their board and keep, delicious sandwich milion dollars of Sepluagesima Sunday.L. seems !
course. I of Hi:\ Kvery child ( of 'hool and
And all us little chilluns when the + ------- rf .-+ I. the Flowery Kingdom bfelojiged: to its II. KiJ'kbrIini..tI': in Charge. j to IIjO'I' !si" days, it t

f supper things is done I I>ELIGIrrL'uL; PARTY FOR ----t 1. national organization for the reliefof 11 a. in., morning, prayer and sermon 'it noticeable that sports( which have
We !gathers 'round the fire and has I KIN(;'S DAUGHTERS rf-OROli1-Ol) \\' GUESTS suffering humanity ; subject, "OUI''orb.." replaced the rmughi-r game"
have been popular Prof. I L. O. Roger -
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the mostest fun; President Wilson Issued his 7:30:: m., evening and address -
When ( prayer
The home of Mr. 'and Mrs. GeorgeW. coni-'ivcd( the idea, of building]
afternoon Mrs. J. M.
On Friday : *
A lis'enin the tales Mr. Hoover
to war 18., 1917, subject "War in Heaven.
tells/ about Persons was the .scene. of.; a delightful Johnston entertained at her attractive proclamation on September American ; : J these devices. and has been assisted
of the
class party Tuesday' nigh' home' on Magnolia' street, from 3 to creating a in the actual labor of erecting( them/
And the Kaiser-Man'll]] git y'u, if y'u Red Cross, he brought) hit,. being one SOITII( 1IS5IMMEI'H.IP'I'IST
Mrs.. 11. W. Morrow along line of those for
don't watch out. when Mrs. Persons !Jj o'clock. In honor of her cousins the provided
.. MISSIONSunday' :
of the most vital force.of our national -
and Mrs. Milton Pledger entertained who I 111'1''r schools HI1II he ,hUH had the
Misses! Ruby and Nita Hardy, t "
life, to whx'h, 22,0>)(d.OOO- schoolchildren ; Jaiv. 27 Sunday svbool l
OnCe't Belgium was a ']Q\'ely land, so the King's( I Daughters of the are her guests. this I heavy support of the boys of the highschool (
Of organization
are eligible. 10 a. m. Preaching p. m. '
Methodist Sunday school. The afternoon in the'nature L (in constructing
happy and so good, was Dr. Henr" Monte MacCracken: : I'rayer meeting \\' '(hdIlY", 7 p. m. [l
The rooms were attractively dec- of a sewing part} and was concluded 1 I A'II'E' slide and a teeter has been
And when it went to bed !
one night, as direc
of Va.ii college
is! We the
president to
cordially invite people
orate: with quantities of bamboo with n delicious salad course served provided for both the girls' :and boy's'platy
should. .
t The everybody Frenchmen heard it holler) and which banked the' mantels, outlinedthe with hot chocolate. ''I tor.The hear :Mrs. come to all' our services. Us assuredof I I ground, .
club wan pleased' tc hearty welcome.PHESUYTEKIAN. '
doorways and filled the tall vases the afternoon : a |I' The popularity of these devices was
the English heard it .bawl, Enjoying were inter- . .
Ira Best's of hr"H'Y -- -- - -- -
And when they turned the kivvx-rs with their delicate tracery of 1'l'ell. MUses !Maude Alice and Adah Wagner I report nt' liltl! wurker?-'th'e J ; : CHURCH .I "put to (the iyid! te..(." at! Prof. R, :M.
esting ; ,
down it .wasn't there at all. A bright fire in the grate added a Inca Carson, Ethel, Gilbert Helen group I Evans expressed it, during the illlI | -
cheery} I'low.l'rojtrcRsive. Bass !Mrs Carson andMrs. snippers. |Ipearance bf Coburn's Minstrels\ \ in the'city.
They reeked it up the mountainside, Mary Geiger Two names Were added ;o the membership The usual services will be held at
provided the diversion Sam Lupfer, Jr. The 'minstrel. parade, with its
the river and the Sea, games of the ilul)- -Mr.- Ira Best the Presbyterian chul'ch'Sunduy..
Peeked it in the and earth for the evening, with a clever smart uniforms! gay banners and
They be
will taken
sky and Mrs W, E. ,tndrson. Communion
j jI \
+j down
brisk marched Church
wherever they could flee guessing contestwhere the letters of +--- --------+ music
the alphabet supplied'the answers ttthequestions' I FOR ROYAL NEIGHBORS I j ji.'ailM Meetings are heM' monthly,...visitorscordialjT Street, past the, school house but the
But. all found OTT I'
they ever .was jest) a ?. .' ,invited'' n' Jtpro "
<. J" itl olk 'e"e'" 0' c 'osRed inhet
a ia fliS 'nJr
stick > il.ii
,fi lorhstoneabout: tithe dosethe he hos 1rs' Cottermanlentertumed I i the '|gramstj.went.v" ute e'0 ucn 0 llowar i. I'.os' o ) noved' pot l low usual ,

AndjtheKaift' Man'I1"gi 'u u asses a.YeI t evening? "lad? members of the..Roya etghbors! 1'1 edltotcurrentf e It are nnging to clcrntt rid i h Ida OJ Ii i I 0,1th 'J..!, ", IVhi. i'

.< jfdon'twatchjroutl| With Whipped (adeledi: aklQ'nd! COffee lodge Monda Jni ghttaU,1w''a|homcfonj "ttln'thoimidssaryftolkeepl. 1. n o BI tltdny'' it'hich ocur 1"' ... II I \v 1-" ".',.\,"

", ThislBelgiumlhadfajmcTfyouTgTTanjrJ a.I r'1'heguestlincludedlllrs{ J 711toberson ., laLbl'tte ttreet.The.evening waft thelwhirl [ eI lece 2 n aonounceme6t of, t pr Ie ppr'on' h, II pr n 111 he

I who loved his people ,-M r ? Lane''" l'aulk1'tMri!'''half spent'in fsocial fconversationTand! was I t o1ri gram vii be 'maide1n 'our, next souNI:11' 1)03 a I" tl1"il1l1] : hi. 1atll. fllrtenu-
so 1'h %tat
concluded refreshments when mental measure : a
tne'wprld' Ingram, l14's.n.. ,G. Wagner. Mrs. JI. r organization was effected, naming
lie didn't think in all be
hostess served delicious salad of in' Fln."latn'/ i rhild labor BOOKS AT
the women UJJKAKVThe
a I
had a single foe; W. ]Morrow/ :Mrs J.' I D. Woodbeck,.j Coach Rogers: as niannger) assisted
( ; future
They crept into his house ]Mrs./ E. E. Wells, :Mrs H. S. Evans: of course with hot tea laws will be con ndere-1, i" I Hart Memorial Library con i by Dick. 'I'ullock!: / About a dozen of
one 1Wens will be hostess Hut all: our I
Mrs. E. at Ir'
meetings >
.operm and few books ;
I tinues to a new : the school few from
and stole his children My! Montgomery, Mrs. Moore\ Misses Cecelia grow high boywith a
Overstreet, Lola Laxer: Ruth the next meeting., deliberations w H lie \sui nmeas! .; are added each month; One of KisMinmee's I the grades gather, at f the ball parkeach"
And .
whipped them so tur'Jbly: Uncle ''
P.t (
and l ifcrf<> i 'ro- -
< >
I ures l/u'sy i illiam
winter i
Sammy heard them cry, Clark, Nina Bratton, (Ouida Malloy, i donatedW (evening) ( for I practice: and the in>
And so he told his soldier boys to get Elon Guicc; Maude and Louise Thom 'to t MISS;; MILDRED WINN TO't "O supplies Keeper of the :SurrH) K.'v. Bowron, has recently a collection I dieationate that there will be plenty]
ason, ElsiSkilton, Elsie Norton and of reference books. I of good m.ttcrial to (choose from when
their right I MARRY I
!guns quick, Great ;Si;; al of J ,
And the Deitiiij
Those added to the list .
And Jessie Padgett.ALUMNI. just are: the team is selected.Flavor] .
go across the ocean and make +- -- -- - -
II Whose is the blue "'
eye canopy. "My Four Years in Germany, by I
Friends in Kissimmee have received
the Kaiser sick. wo,1A"d ,, I
Look down the warring
upon Einhassador James W. Gerard.
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So mind the Nashnul Consel l und word of approaching marriage
GRAM--- tell what\ the end will be "
watch what you're about, : I'l .) I of Miss' Mildred] Winn to Walter us "Round the Coiner In Gay Street,
Now whichever stand or fail
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For the Kaiser-Man'll!! git y'u if y'udon't Saupe, of Cape Girardeau, Mo. The Grace Street. I Purity
: A pleasant feature of the literary As God is great and man is mall, "Strawberry Acres," Grace Street.
will take 29!
wedding place January .
watch out. work of the Osceola high school was The truth shall triumph over all;
Miss Winn the of Dr.
thq rendered Monday after- is daughter Forever and forever the truth
program more
'Our Mr. President Wilson the and Mrs, W. I/ Winn. She has grown RESOLUTIONS
says. noon by the Alumni of the Stenola- Shall triumph over all,
1 war will soon be through, kee society before an meeting. to womanhood in this city and is one CELES J. FRIPP. Whereas, it has pleased the Great;

i' If we buy the Freedom Bonds of Mr. The numbers of the program open follow: of Kissimmee's most talented girls! Cor. Secy. Architect of the Universe' to take i.

McAdoo Piano duet, "Hungarian) March," and is now holding] a responsible position frpm our midst our beloved brother,,
a And save for Mr Hoover the-sugar,' Misses Helen Bass and Lilian Prcntis. in the .schools of Cape; Girad- + Floyd S. Correll,. and + -

bread and meat Address Miss Maude Alice Wag- deau. -- I KED CROSS COOKED FUOUX J Whereas, our brethren Lave always
And knit for Red Cross soldiers some I I HALE I I held our deceased brother in 'the highest .

things for head and feet, I ner.Piano solo Miss Lucy Buckles. t + -+ esteem: therefore be it
MOTHERS'-TEACHERS' CLUB I The ladies of tho KJKsimmee Hed Resolved bv Orange Blossom When
And buy them books and presents, do Vocal solo Miss Maude Alice Wag a woman usesCottolene in
everything we can nero +'Two meetings of interest were Cross will hold a cooked food( sale at Lodge No. 80( Jo'. & A. M.. that while her cake in place of butter, she adds

To cheer our soldiers marching to get I Reading, Miss Helen Bass. those of December 21 and Jan. 19, the Osceola Pharmacy Saturday at 2 bowing to the mandate of the Grim (economy, without leaving out richness .
F. Gilbert. and Mrs. E. I tender
that wicked man, i nu'k- p. m. Mrs. S. Reaper Deathyet we to
Instrumental trio Miss Lucy Both were of quiet, serious converseby
G. Vans Agnew will he hostesses, the bereaved widow and family our and wliolesomcncss.' '
Democracy will then be safe and all
les, 'cello; Miss Lilian Prcntis violin members gathered i around the
; assisted Miss Helen Bass. most heartfelt sympathy, and would Use' recipes for cakes
the world will shout, Miss Helen Bass, piano. cheery grate in Mrs. S. L. Lupfer'sspaciou8 by your Qwn ,
For Good home-made bread will be on them to that Bleat Abode where jut "
there won't be no Kaiser-Man: 1.0 Vocal duct, Missea Marie Boyd r nd home. point paltry,hiscutts,muf sins. remember .
get u!< when we're out. Miss Kathleen Boarder. The December program was of sale with sandwiches. fried and baked there shall be no more sorrow and : Use one-third less of Cottolene -
chicken brown bread and death and where deceased Brother
St. Louis Mo. Boston our -
Chorus, "America," sung by all .. reminiscent vein in which were rep than of butter because Cottolcne i is
baked beans, salads! pies, cakes, cookies await their corning, and
--- - richer it contains no water or salt.
and crullers, home jellies, candies Be it further resolved, that a copy ;
and plenty of other good things. of these resolutions be handed to the RECIPE

Buy your Sunday dinner here and widow of our deceased Brother, a
1' help the Ked Cross. copy furnished! the Kissimmee Valley Chocolate Nut Cake

Gazette for publication and a copy };J cup Cottofene % teaspoonalt

- pasted on the pages of our minutes 3 cups sugar % lea'poOII'anill I
Ptftt.IC Rrcrl'TIONT! I D. G. WAGNER; Chairman 4 eggs 2 squires: cliocoljte
ii ___ . i
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: W. J. STEEDS. 1 cup milk melted ,
What Do You Members of the Church of Christ, LUPFER 2% nips Hour Tj cup Kni lash
Expect at the corner of Broadway and Main 3 level teaspoons vvulnuts l broken in

p street, me giving: public reception ADVERTISED LETTERS baking l | powder pieces I

I-'Hilay, (evening, February list, from I CrtMin Cottolene, add gradually one
7JO:: <} to 10:30): in honor of their new ;I Following is thst of uncalled for I cup sugar, stirring constantly. Heat. egg!
pastor. Ht'vV.. H. Colemnn, and wife, .
I yolks thick and light, add praduallvremaimng -
at the horne' of :Mr, and> ( :Mrs.\ II. Clay letters remaining in the postoffice: at '' .Combine mixtures.
_tz cup su/jar;
i.1 vur of the Bank where you transact business, Stanford, 21)11(
I invited Arnold, Mrs. I II. S.; Alexander. :Mrs. first mixture alternately nun milk. Add
j ;, it 'is protection of the strongest sort coupled with a service of Silvia; Boyd, Ale; Boylan, William; nut meats and vanilla. Lastly fold in ,
BANDITS 'ROUTED IN FIERCE Bull, J. II.; Bionson, Mrs. Francis; sJihMy l beaten whites Bakg ill well j
uniform efficiency and a cheerfulness in attending to'your requirements BATTLE FOR VALUABLE MINE Cohun, Mrs., Collins, C. T.; Davis,, greased tube pan fur 45 minutes in moderate

Griffin, Willie Magers, Miss oven. riniuh withIxiiledfrosting.Cottolene t ,',
Henry; ; ,
Cp t at all, times, you will always find this Bank ready and able, to Square Deal Hogan knew, when he Annie; McBride J. O.j; Salts, Dr.;

was elected Sheriff that there were Sylvester, :Mrs. Maggie; Smith, Mrs '
t ts satisfy you. JVAcounls ,mss:::t stormy times ahead, but he did not Jennie ((2) ; Totten, Gerald C.; Turner,,
exject to be asked on his first day in E. D.; Whiddcn, Mrs, Cora; Wyngard,, -TJ>*Natural Shortemnf'

a of individuals, firms and corporations invited. -.... office recapture a mine :In the Marshall; Woodward, Mrs. Lula. 'At grcxeni In tins
s depths of the Sierras and held by a B. B, SIMPSON, of convenient sizes\

a E 4 band of desperate outlaws. Hogan Postmaster.,
gathered in all his deputies, swore in .
all the ranchmen within dozen miles -

and with the owner of the mine and

t> 'l CITIZENS BANK his bride, galloped right into the ban 10 CARPENTERS WANTED !

.1T the SIM /fde CtKI dits' lair. That wax a real fight before

i. the outlaws fled to tba hills, leaving Mechanics
Only First Class Union need apply. +
a score of dead and wounded and .

I it is depicted with startling: realism: Arnold & .Contractors
t in the tenth episode of "The Fighting MacDonough,

.- Trail;' Greater .astonishing .. .
Citizen Bank Blrf* ,.KI lmm Fl .
serial Adventure intrigue and ,
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