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: February 1, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00840
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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HARRY A. HUNTER HEADS GOLF. MISS ANNE ARSON PHYSICAL TESTS FOR FINE PROCAM ARRANGED FOR F



WRITES ABOUT WAR ,REGISTRANTS BEGUN,
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THE' I 'OSCEOLA COUNTY FAIR TO BE
CLUB COMINGYEAROTHER ,
AND COUNTRY WORK IN NEW YORK AT THE COURT HOUSE



---- HELD 19TH TO 23RD
OFFICERS NAMED Miss' Anne Bryan Carson, daughter On :'Saturday' ,. Jan 2<>th, the local FEBRUARY
exemption! board began mailing out
+ of .ex-Senator: and Mrs. C. A, Ca" Cj1, notices; to 'all 'registrants! in Class: 1 .
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!I\Jlt one of KisMmniee's; most'\ talenUti] .{j' to appear fop physical, cxaniinktion.

GO'F'F' AND COUNTRY CLUBS MER; GED INTO ONE ORGANi'ZA TION' young: ladies, him liven offeied u position Thirty notices will be mailed out THURSDAY FEBRUARY 19. WILL BE HOME-COMING DAY. WHENIT

t CLUBHOUSE. NOW FILLED WITH VISITORS AND INSTRUCTOR of great, lesponsibility in I theY each day until all of Class] l'' are'' no- IS EXPECTED A LARGE N UMBER. OF FORMER RESIDENTS
] tilled and! seven days 1 are given' each
.ol'k" Cursrinleft WILL BE PRESENT. ,,
Jliss
..'- GEORGE HAS MANY PUPJLS.v ; W C. A. war registrant Crom the, day the notices .
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for :Mew:: Yqrk in1 responaa to utclcgianf .
'- mailed for .
lire to examination.
appear Osceola will hold her second
county
} The] unual meeting of I the Colt; / undliiunliy to engage in, the campaign) The first. examinations are being '
fo funds ,, time and in writing annual' fair February lth.! to ..1rd: 1
some ago ,
; Club wait held 'Friday! eveningat ) given today ( Friday) by, Dr. J. I I1>I.
KISSIMMEE DEALERS } to relatives l hreauld"Belwve; ,', Chunn.o.t the localboard,. and; will he inclusive when every day will'presenta FOOD ADM. PLEDGER
,1 dull, under the presidency ;,.
the ? / ; mo, we hu've h\' working this' w"" ''and "
continued each day until' the list laihplctt'd. new interesting program.
of Jl.. A, Hamilton; I have found out why they sent for '
l As : : xeeas to be 'Jlie hue.' They want me ,to be finance Iud C[ ( : The opening day, Tuesday, has WILL SPEAK SUNDAY
lon l'n"ftioll' AID CONSERVATION sectet.urYfor' the south field. Two hundred and! twenty' ml.'n' were been designated as .Homecoming t Hay,
1 of the diue it'U the pullk-it.v plated in Class 1 in sceola ,county,
Watchword .
Viip-mia, N. C., tja.+ :5'?. C. Fla.? andAa of whom failedto return when former; residents will be given; -
.I I ----. seventy All bakeries under order
bare-der with headquarters Richmond. an going
; the questionnaires! which automat! the '"]ad !hand. That day speechesand
The- merchants: of Kissimmcc( are l'h.it! Kound* like a big job and i& said. esl y places- them in this class. Of other exercises will be held,! in into etTeet'on Monday Jan. 28, were

I ( lut'i\ und mid the that Counliy the: 'same Club board be, consolidated of3ircct !nuking every elfort'to 011(01'11with to l>i one of the biggest open. Whether the latter fifty-five!\ are negroes and the main exposition building. Wednesday required to use a five per cent ,substitute

01be \ Lo serve both 01,1ullixotions the order,' of the food administration I take it or not I am rather pl< a.<- fifteen whites. will) be Farmers' \Day and the with oil 'white flour used and
elected. ed at I ho ('hun<:e. With this in mind:.') 'the names of those who failed to main feature of the morning: will )be
nhicli 'is calling for greater: wheat they hate had me doinjr all sorts' -.fth.Tgj. I to gradually( increase this percentageuntil
{ the
cntijiy.
return the 'lJcstionnah'cs'have been the awarding of premiums on -
a I'ho<< iiuard named, for this, double lour(\ conservation by the more g' 'n1i.unlf.t' mostly in charge of/ the iub\i-] \! the I loaf! :contains !a twenty; PerVnpViltpiituffr .-_,_,
. ,1."rnR. r '. j nM. H. ffUNW.tJt!; !) ri.'. !1r lf.I! ', ; 2d."' "ThT '' ..
'Ul;,; Inc" ]'Irk ore<< : '.dP..ft'.i tblt r antrsttlrxtIrlae: szAlntdaasietlrwswn.niot !! ! \ .cetl" ..avfeteiers'3'ron ; 1iy Fenftfary" > ---'"'
w' '.. ,-J.1T-X! 1TQifilffF, ? -WnTOf+ t** ;camxl: :! \ 'uswulur' utx J } unifier, ; This card :'ndix '11.1"n.t\\' e.I &,< dIe the morning "wiir""be "speiit Tn.uwuVding older i ill mandatory and must be- complied *

y f 1 I.. Lesley* 0;, A, ('+trsOf." .J!. WadeI'ul aaa issued' \ by. J'Rutlmjllj }"I'atol "y..U'in gul".(thov.ae' mo.uln/l'ls/ an etlucatdon () United. States tlrI1T.he' \ '. ) Tiremiurn on horse' and with. -
kiddies
'' 'blilleen' The "school
kOr, A. 10.: '1 lioiM'gun. J. I I''I. (''lurk. '- \\I 00\1'1' to' become<<: effeclfve lust. Mon:: \n itself. The publicity, etul t .S local board furnishedwith fIlI1CY.turnluts. Flour Supply
1 At u subsequent' nm"ting; of this.Iio.li flay when doalpis. in Hour, were called ,HI" onderful. I'm tendinx meal tickets and transportation will turn out en masse Friday. They An order of the National Food Administration
'! ;; you march their teachers into
for 'twenty-live but have not will with
men,
olficei-j wale t<> make sales, Dl1Iin com the, mills from
d I following: upon prohibits
\ some of the stuff. :Mrs William )bellows time the
l furnish" attraction
fair and
yet been advised to when grounds -
.-l.osen)' I for the year" : i uiation with equal"amounts of other :Morgan" is head of the drive and as nor forenoon. This will Holing to the Jobber more than 70
wh to send 1 them.AUTOISTS for the
R II. A. Hunter, president und dlp111111. cereal products, ,re cent of the quantity sold to them
:dLt.JI.. I'. liavid o" lint! :'III'B. 11. L. of field Saturday per
; be in the nature "ports."
i Nii legal noticeIH j \ yet'/boen ,received I'ratt nlldIrs.l : G. W, I'erkjns are I Cow will have lust year. The remaining 30 per centi
1 I. A. Hamilton\ Vice president., hut when DIM) 'notice, conn's, every heads of he( mottt. important (commit MUST GO Roy Day, l1lC-!! i taken by the Food Administration
hail the typical American !sport!! us
1 ,. I It.! D.' Hamilton. : Kei-rctury-tre( b-' nwrdllint hr the city expects conform l IC"". at the mills.. The effect of this, ;of
full and
UI.'I'. to' the order. I It\ will likely be 1pl'Ohll'n1 \ :Mi. Rockefeller, : r. Slude and Mr. "I t the feature. The -completeprogram ) course is..to' reduce the supply to .the

i air; S. II. Bullock<, Indies' captain to accomplish\ this substitution :\1t'Illlll1. etc, are ,dropping in every VIA OLD ROAD NOW for each. day's events follows cpmtumer./ In order that this does

An expression" ( of legret wan voicedit ( 1 us the new (Hours! manufactured iloy, ; or" so to see how things! are IrOinA' : PROfiRAMTuiMda ; I not work a hardship all retail merchants -
the met'ling\ of the lack, of .eo-op- from lOW.'el P I'otntoes! soy; beans, i are forbidden to sell a customer
i ,. ,ration on the part of the liusiiiess rice, potatoes. and! burley, are notnvaibilile ', Tea i is served' here at hnlf past! f'.ur ROAD, CLOSED ACROSS REEDY }'. Feb. 19! Home Coming flay any white flour unless the customer
11 !ft//II::! ) u. m.-Band concert.'
1""I'I1l'l'1
d'1 Kishimmee their nowliu.t the merchant- takes equal quantity of other
.ru4 men} i us 1f ] ui'l reports given at live Two hundred exercises in the an
:and support, at the business! meetings I have on hand! plenty of corn ,products, I ... W""len'I're here this m'UriKuin. CREEK TILL PAVING IS COMPLETED 11:00 a. m1wninR'! cereals with it, so that while the

:' .is necessity to the proper' maintainence with l'II..k"]\(>at, graham; anil the rye Every day. at 1J0:! : are" short THROUGH SWAMP.It main expoMtion building.llfi flour is being, used (it being less than
I ; Hand concert
I' of these clubs.I'iere lie II""I.. and I these? limy be "uppli'ii.ented talks given by people back from : p. in.- ''I the normal amount needed ), the consumer
>eCrlltltautol11obilie\
t ') j,. :"H' greater iudiucmenl to hy! a long list of cereals' _. ('iirnco, on special action in some! waiwork. will be a source of gratification 2:00: p. in.-' can work in as substitute,
y d \\ lI't..r'I! Usunly s.
\ und
i 1. hl"illnl1l'e'n for u short ,stiiy I him inrljnatioM to hoaiil flour and. the few ,ili.y :Miss ('ultis.IJerIiIHI( opera) and lire great aggregate of travelers who 20: ::! p. m.-Harness" running that this flour will last the family

..J { the golf! l links und the i country dull" "lour( hogs" which (mud thcmselveninnifoKl :Mis.\1 (toulil sang. I It is extremely in- I are' touring the slate to learn, that ,the races. ,. .attraction' from one-half to as long again as it
riu cluli, house i.s in itself a it rulture; ,' have |I'n' refused sales. I-in-1"testlog how things! are 'donet., Everybody bricking of this section1 of the Dixie 4:00: p. 'in.-Special free formerly did. This order is mandalory "
Farmer
(.f which any city? alight( lie proud.! Its li" MiiiTTtion to thy. -u'is.titution' 'the works about twelve hours adav Highway extending: from the Kissim- Wednesday, Feb,' 20( Day.' and must be obeyed by the merehunts.
lilted with reception rooms, !live bed "victory I Iciif' will Uiki"". )he 'pluce' ol I I nice city limits", on the south to thr !0:30 J : a. m.-Band concert A persistent.;Pointer of that

rooms lilted with baths; there is'a. '1ho fiiniili-tr.urb'Hour: bread. This will I orJr 'tto that tonight the' to- .Polk ('ounty'line' near Loughmjin.: 10:00: a, in.V -Awarding' premiumS order la. subject to have his business
say _
line shower liatli, ]pokers and billiard ')ln> nut de ly( ad.II'tl; B per l ('I'ntlub"U- '1'1! secured[ here, is SiiliOil.! ( () ( The goal The county is receiving Federal aid cattle. ,' closed until after the war. 7
iiMHii. The comniiAHikriul is. said i l to '(111 t<4s, that( increusp" till HO per!, cent 1 is :750,000: and Monday 'is the last in constructing this fctrelch. and it 1:15: p. m.-Hand concert WhratlcHH and Meatless Day*. ;
'Iual' any in tilt.' ('UUJ1tl')'. Each room is !In. UNe'Ity' < 1 Kebruucy+ 24. day.] is being: built according to state specifications !- 2:00 p. m.-Harness' and runningraces. : All hotels and restaurants and other

i i. Il'pI..I.wiUI' a lire-plact1 when Two ubvatl Ie.ss Buys art" asked, of I and under the direction of public, eating houses. are required '
liluxt add the the } und \ H. Hermlon of the Road Department 4:00 p. m-Spc'c :il free attraction.Thursday. observe these As to '
:\ cheery may to joys people, Monday Vednew3ajof A letter of later .<)ale : "Tliciiinimign A. Stole to strictly days.
t( pI'a ,'oul'enin!!. This winter the each week, Hint the army and out l'losl'lllast night says and R. L. Lacey representsthe Feb 21, !St. Cloud Day them, the order is mandatory but as
clot', Is'filled.to( its full nllK-s i lie fed. : 1110nl'VhR" Alabama 9:30: n. m.-Hand concert. families it is discretionary.
I capacity.I may been' coming 'in all day. I thinkt I'uvingComplln) a>- to private : as yet -
I links which retch from The conservation of t holt and 10:00:( a. m.-Awarding premiums on Your is
\' 11 away meat road f superintendent I is directly patriotism relied -
will reach $:!,OIl.OOO( ) i in the next,, j
uo t : i lull house, along, the lake shore I serving meatless Tuesday must be few lave. The end was nio'st'' thrilling fii f-hqrge of the construction.The I horses and fancy turnouts. upon by the government to "doyour
for then'back Into the continued! and two of 1 ::45 I p. m. -Rand conceit. I that I
-ome distance porkless< days must When it was announced that the I laying the brick was beA'urthe beat. am glad to say
,,"nt.ry make a very pretty nine- lie added for good measure Tuesdays amount was raised "I'A'a11 lo i at folk county line and about 2:00'P.: m.-Harness and running find there!' is the minimum amount of

hole, "UU""('. The greens arc being: and! :Saturdays.l While it is u in sing Trniso. God From everyone Whom :Mllilesgings ( half mile is now' complete, or to the races. I diusentlon:! among our local people in
ml now and, other needed work done experience for the American peopleto ) Klow." :Mrs Morgan made Reedy creek swamp. This ssctlon 4iOO p. m.- Special attractions connection with these matters. My

.,.J Tn! unusual weather has prevented deny themselves these' accustomed 'i little talk and 1 almost broke down.as will be closed for ten days to. allow Friday, Feb. 22. Educational Day. pride in making this statement is perhaps
much\ activity at golf this wason foods there I is no doubt, their patriotism lid nearly everybody. Mrs. Art j the cement to fully harden but thug '9:00: a, m.--Band! concert I ] beat expressed by flaying, I 4 4hnye

but conditi..hl4."eem more, favorable, I will stand the test and they will 1J'luUv \ ; !bur cut-tia Jone 11 d In e emely far, the road has been"' wide enough, .,jr..0:00! .XK.. a. m.-ParPde. .' HinA of$Osceola'counboo ausetobe,, ,. prouder of Osceola
; '
I n un la alit l1l'e..1 the/leoJnnd'.u: loaisllow': ffjSSUoJpa4iifilon gMider. liilorenField 'ouni ha "
; , confurnt, / IIII ev! rjl i1.; ; "
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; n .t h'o tit i i.i'jj'\ h0' cllIIl istm to I 'oda With h a ""hma hwamp 111 0 a 11 [ ] tepot 1\1 W' beroflie) | ,

a !' iml'; 1' IIn," 11'1 t' a vii / |nipo'njvii"; IIt:1.dJ: 1'0 4 J p 11 Randon nVLHXhalJ: ,e m' to trended
tit tar erle '0( n hirtI n< nn .
I n' 14 1 r omnpelled\] m i e W aneeanytonelt1lIltlI j j ca n.I .
Si 1 ot
1 cind red ii ll'ep and a Ie oldoa_: l I fU I' |pt'opl! ||will rmeettm 'dow,,,'" at
e a u r no
I. 1 ff'TT'to r' BRICK HERE. FOR. hI' 11 .. \.. annar t'r..r t Pod .:\[P1Aglrlerndon. T fpeakln n ) n speTTar' Ttrattfons; ,' tmylmnd. stand Sunday afternoon,
Saturday. CoW Hoy Day,
I' Jew.a | work to U representative of the'Garrette with the consent of the band, during
. ttjiihtiKiusm, iiniong the men( who plavunli one more lot 11I11tlwn\ I'll be said: "There is no way we can : fI.\j, :\ a. in. .ia! nd concert the concert, I will be glad to give a

laid: | with Mis: ... II. liullockir SHINGLE GREEK ROAD': 1 through.:\IS"hooll"] ', In'l the WIlfllw's estimate when the road will be finished 10..11 1:46:: II,. m.m.Hand. Baseball) (conciitJ g the 18ditot when p MILTON
thi cluli facing PLKDC.KR) ;
" : then : ; we arc so great an ,
of Fdna l of '
I I Kxec'nUvp (e Dcpt. the : '0)'/ m --0s. mule and
i :' doubt there will, In.' interesting uncertainty in the matter of gettingthe I |3. !pony Food Administrator for
.
I 'hoada )l.ancahtt-i.
atn t m to iro to .
'r i, i'lIl1m"ltand" olln-i" ) loatiiii1-' loci Tins" weeki iiliload.s of In :i'k fm I I'onn, I'm tomorrow material.l Railroad conditions 1 arc I auto' I n I cl< s. 1 Osceola County.
I till. .1" going morning! i there how j j 4:00: ) ) 1 p. nl.-SIect'al! uttuictions.
'I I "" i-ldsc" ._ I IDR. 1 the sinimee-Shingle' Cieek road"ere fin u week' or two such is no telling long they I Racing Program. .
will I lie in reaching here"
placed oil the siding at -;,1l1nd', ,
(Good! drawingcard
:
races arc always a
( n.ek station, and as the ,rood! hu'all'l'ldy I : numberof EVANS COLLECTS
and interest
i a greater
: HYATT GROWS 1"1rlld,1 it begin! lo u ok I
{ AT THE'.CHURCHES people, peiliwps than any other one
ui if the people of that settbiiu'.t) J PACKING HOUSE I feuture.I The program for this year POTATO PICTURES
would have himl-surfaiv nmdti '
toon a promises to he' us good! if not better"
FINE CROP CABBAGE I this city The grading: has Icon than that of last The track is I ,
under way for some time but work ST. JOHN'S KIMSCOI'AI.: ClIt'HCHSeIIA'l.'simll WILL HANDLE SPUDS i year. -- I
in condition I.fist the
splendid year
: account of A feature of the Osceola County .
was delayed on tru'tsportution Sunday
racinr, predicted, that when thesurface
difficulties in. getting. the brick :Minister in Charge, I. I H), 'KiI'!>,by I The Kissimmee Citrus Exchange men of the became morethoroughly :: Fair of interest to the farmers will i
course
]Dr." Hyatt one of (Osceola's) ; ben collection] of exhibited
practical ) ) I photographs j
deli l'el'ed. 10 Sunday school.
u. m. I packing house after closing perhapsthe it would "h! I
) packed < n
I farmers.will> soon be reaping the This new Fond will be a great convenience 11 a. m.. Holy Communion and ser- 'most prosperous year inits ,hi..- 1 ) it and that by County Demonstration Agent t
dmidy" they expressed ,.
reward j to the people; of that ,-ection\ Subject "Our, Thoughts" as \ (I B. 10. Kvans.; This will not be a"rougue's ,
from u ten-acre cahlmgt licld') inon. \ l'toI"Y. is preparing to assist in movI prediction has come true, ; The pro- "
4 on. his Reedy crock farm, near the und! should! be the cause of greatly increased 7:91):: p. m., evening prayer and ser' I the immense potato
city. This" crop was planted 1 by the I traffic between that settlement mon. Subject "The Recovery. of the! will be raised in the immediate vicinity i'A follows: of growing from process the .
and 1 Kis.iimmee, Fall" I well throughout the county. : potatoes ;
twiddle of October and the first cuttings as as Tuesday, IVb. It.!I
\ of the 11.1'1
cutting by machinery 1
: can lie miule) in u week tie I,, (). The) ] brick work i is being done by CATHOLIC I They will put in a power grad 'r 1st race:, ,2:14: pace, mile heats "I tilizing: the ground sets by machinery, tworows ;

U is in splendid) condition and )prom the- Alabama Paving Conipilny" } which und will pack and handle potllloc'lIthroul'h a in 5 __ ____ _ _.- __ n.. $J.-,0 ] at time the cultivating, etc., I It.o
iie4 concern has done most of the paving Holy Redeemer 'hurch I the exchange if it Is desired, one
i a big yield : :2nd! -22r: and trot,
rll'C. pace
( 'I iibbago looks like a, winner tins i l with brick In this county, 'and I tl-nt l Rev, W. H. Golden Rector. by the grower. They will grade and mile heats ::1! in 5 . _- u _. 150; I the drawn digging of four the horses crop with mules a machine -
yar, and the( .Flordin. product is sell'ing the work will be rushed to "''omde-; Fourth Sunday after Epiphany.Mass pink for those who wish to ship /and \\fdneMlay. by or
As culture is in its infancy
tion is attested hy former :ontr-i"ts : at R o'clock. Holy] Communion will just grade the that Is soldF. potato only -
crop I free for all miles
now at $70 per" ton F. O I H.! 1st race trot here! these pictures will be of
( 'ulhaA'e. is / nut the only productthis which they have completed.A ; Sunday. 1 O. B. Kissimniee. :a in 5 . . uu_ __ 150; I educational value.
farm 'produces; ilK a twenty acre, huge quantity of iron ;pipe for Epistle, Romans XII, 7-8; Gospel I The use! of this improved machinerywill 2nd race, 2:1H pace, mile !heats :

potato field is now; in process of nreparhtiun carying water to the road is un I the St. llatt.11 I. 211-27.: : lie' a great benefit to the farmers. :a t in 5 __ __ _ __ ..- .... ._ 150 STOUT LUMBER COMPANY
ground! and other material I ''s leing" Congregational l for world
I"'. prayer I 'ird} 'i-mile 110 lbs
Hyatt expects to ,begin race heats, SHIPS PRODUCT TO CUBA
planting, the first of February" und placed on the ground as rapidly as peace RESOLUTIONS 2in a .. ._ ,__ _ ____-_____I. 50'Ihursday. ;
will plant in five acre plots! putting: it can be secured and hauled. Sunday school. after divine service.. Whereas, it has pleased the Almighty The Stout & J'arker Lumber Company )

in one each week. la this W'IY he Mlt.: B.\I&AIW BUYS IMIOPERTY SOUTH KISSIMMEE BAPTIST and Supreme Ruler] of this 1st race, 2HO:: pace and 2:25: ; tro. has just completed a shipment ;
will; have the advantage the lIu<'tu- great universe in His tender love and mile heats U in 5 '_ _u _____ 150; of 4.;>,000 feet of lumber to Havana

ution -in pricey und will lessen the R. P. Karnard who here MISSION infinite, power to remove from our 2nd race free for all, pace; mile Cuba. This Shipment consisted of 'Z
came a
loss by weather conditions. In. the few weeks with, his wife for a Sunday, Feb. :3rd. Sunday school midst. to His temple ahove Brother A. heats :.1 in 6 _ .Ohn_ _ 150. I )hoards outside the specifications required S i
words of an old adage he will not short stay ago has been so pleasantly] 1O II, m. Preaching l hy pastor 1 1'.1 i \\". Winn, who passed away JanuaryS 3rd race, ',-mile dash for 'cow }by the government, and for i

"take all" his eggs to market in one impressed" with! the city and its urRoundmgs m.. subject "The :Man Whom the Lord'''' 101K.! ponies ridden "by cowboys I which a special permit was neces- !

b&1I kl't. that he has purchased the Sought to Kill. Resolved therefore that Kis.sim- from Osccola county ____ :CS':; sary.
)Dr. Hyatt can farm meeting 7 : nice' Temple No. :21! suffered an irrcparulile ,
Bays anyone attractive bungalow Main street Prayer Wednesday, p. m. Friday. In loading the lumber Mr. Stout ;
here who has a )Knowledge] of chemistry lielonging to :Mrs. on K. L, Tompins.Mr. ) Come und welcome' to all these ,serMETiinmsT Inns but God culled and we 1st race 2:18': trot mile heats2nd wrote on one of the hoards "Shipped 1 1h

nail the common sense to prepare Itainard is having extensive. improvements \'i'eM 1 have to submit to His will. ;t i in ." l.;>'0 l y Stout & Parker, Kissimmee, Fla." \
the soil. There( i.. no doubt" he, made in his and Resolved, therefore, that we extendto 1 race, i'f ;;: all, trot bad I and in the.lr,1' of a few days received '\

understands the 1<011! of his farm! us is resident property of Ki cnritcii Sister Winn and Sister! !Dale ourh"III'I.lt pace mile heats !a 5 in >5>; horses I Iown.d orders for ,two more' shipments {
now a permanent >
the tract In cultivation there, ]aRt sympathies and commend by residents of.the from other parties. '
' year J'ielded RO barrel of 1 potatoes to sinimc-e. Dr Tourist Hamilton service will Sunday be the at 11) a.. m. them to "Him who doeth all things .state of Florida and in the E
speaker.Trenching "
I+ the acre. This. was followed by corns w.II. state months to the BUY
six /prior' BUSINESS {HEN BAROMETERThe
STRANGERS REGISTERAT at 7 l the
MANY m. by pastor"
that went fifty bushels to the acre. p. Resolved] therefore. that a copy of day of race _ _ _ un _ - _ l"iOird )
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Peas were sowed broadcast, and! when THE REST ROOMAmong I'ravermvvting Wednesday at I p. these resolutions be sent to our Sis- '
will lx in charge, of the 'hoirlifl"M; : race, -inile; dash, weight merchants whose names appear ff
Ill (
the land was put in cultivation for L's. and a copy be handed to our local 110 poum1x'---------------s ToSaturda I below have purchased and put 4
t this cabbage the vegetation was turned the out-of-town guests registered Alberta HOpson, leader. All are cordially I paper for publication and a page '. up in front of McCranie's Cafe a
invited
attend these services.
unjler K to 10 inches, 1h'. Hyatt ''s i nt. the Host Room\ this week to | in our minute book be set aside for mildash> handsome- barometer and thermometer
1st rll'c.I.I. for cowponies -
Come and 1 let's have -
a great believer, in sub-soiling. and me !Mrs. :M. W. Host-grants, of Charleston the Lord. a great day serving these our heartfelt! sympathies. ridden by cowboys f combined. This is a durable and .

says the power the land the more important W. Va.;, Webster Loomis of : J. D. Sibert Pastor I I Committee: from Osceola county'-----__ 25; handsome innovation. The frame U ':

is the measure. The turning! Kiberon, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Con- MARIE BUTLER 2nd race, ',. -m Je dash for mules eight feet high, made of steel glass-

.under. of the heavy growth is another 'tantine Carpenter of St. Cloud ; Mrs.E. ... .. .... .. .. .. . ... MAUD THOMAS Os- covered and the clock etc. is of tho
.. from
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I feature not to be underestimated and K. Sylvester of St. Cloud; Mrs. W. RENA MAYNOTICE cl'ola'ounty; riders to be very best material and workmanship, ,

in this case reduced the amount' of G, !Meach of Muir; Mich.; Mrs. J. K. -> REMEMBER THESE I).VYS- changed and last mule in wins 25 guaranteeing absolutely accurate in- 4

,commercial fertilizer fully fifty. percent Sprang of Ashland, Ohio; Mrs 11. 11. 4- <. :3rd race by automobiles, cetails formation. ?

Or, Hyatt says. Funk of Beverly Ohio; Mrs. I>. H.Purgeson .:. Wheatless Mondays, Meatless < Cinderella and the Little] Glass to be announced later ___ ___ 25; JOHN HARRIS
The land under cultivation1'' at this of Seneca, Kans.; Mrs. P. C. .,. Tuesdays Wheatless Wednes- Slipper will be given at the stone MACH'S GARAGE

t ? 'farm is said to produce $1,000 per Flint of River Falls. Wis.; Mrs. M. A. <+ days, Lightless Thursdays Pork- Casino Friday, March 1, under the "Our Joe" seemed somewhat 'riled" THE FORD GARAGE

acre in the twelve months with this Shafer, Mrs. B. T. Shafer of Allianoe, s> less Saturdays. Tuesdays are ffC auspices of the Kissimmee Woman's at Representative Miller's fling about ARNOLD & MacDONOUGII

succession of crops. Ohto;. Mr. W. A. Jernigan, N. C,; > also playless, in a sense, as theaters 0) club One-half of the proceeds re- the Everglades and crocodiles of MAKINSON HARDWARE CO.
Ernest W Hodge of Detroit; Mich.; > and all places of amusement <- ceived by the club will be donated to Florida, during the debate over the THE CITY MARKET r

a "Kissimmee it is said will plant Mrs. Eara Marquiss, of Monticello, (0 are prohibited from using art! > the local) Red Cross. Indian Relief bill and told him a CORNER DRUG STORE

1,000 acres of potatoes this spring 111.; Mrs. L. M. VanOuzor of Orlando; The entertainment will be 'a home few facts about the great state. THE MANHATTAN HOTEL
.1 H Fellsmere Tribune. It look now as Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCoy of West + talent production directed 'by Con- C. H. GRANTHAM . f!

J If that number was not enough. Unit Ohio/ -1 ,. .- ., OO fOOOOO O.OOOO stantine Carpenter oft), New York "Lick a stamp to lick the, Kaiser.;" THE HOME-BAKERY; '. :rrrw ; ,

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I' iriTs John Sanderson. Clayton Yatet.


.. ;1 How to. 'Grow Castor. Beans I I fROlL"OF-'HONOR 1 j I Ullian Virginia, '.Moore:! Sixth l.e8Florence, '\ Grade; B !. :'lori80n.. ,'


Sixth Grade A ,
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Osceola Hardware: Co :I IMIKIJ hT.VIES' ItP'ART.ME.\r. ; OK. ,AGRICULTURE, BUREAU OK The following pupil of 'the KlMro-1 ': (Grave C Ni:4), KcubiTt.l'atherlne\ r'rrd Miller.) I Li pfer Elizabeth, Janet :

PLANT: I IM1USIRV" have not been al,. :
j' ) mice public1sthool i Ov: :.roHffl. )', :Madge Rivers Mary San. :
I, sent or laiilv during the month'
Located oil Kis& inlltlee'M -.' Office of iJruKl'lant'lh In"l'Klhcaliqn ,- Jan, IX 1 have mad' an uscrag In' then! of :Sp\; 'nll. Grade; A .
moic
ninety per tent or Mono
BUSIEST CORNERRiigst <' (-tot'.orl> ) plant or I'ulma! I cut otT the .pikes) with'' ;. knife, and studies, with not less than eighty-five Seventh Grade B

i hri-tl ( HxinuM> crimmunia L,) M 'i\\ thruy y them into a wagon or hlJx. I.J. in any 'subject, und not less .than/ ninulyflve -I |Blanche. :Mueller, ,Gladys Calking.Kiuhlli .

'nictMicr ' 'amt) li. not a true Is l -gamo' or I'unl.R'/ Nome kind and allowed' t. dry i \unit GradePlorvnce ; -< .In I1WK( I 111/-tZ, I IA-WIH Hlrtzel Roh ortn.lldnM
sow'supp! "-t" The BCffli of*'" .bra 1 the, pod will crush easily Vunou4methods ( :yic'orquodule'Alion<: ] Khu- I'liink Ib-cd. Margaret Las.
art used in thr hm ., I'man.! Shirley Smith! : Eva 'Vipei' ;; 'hil ler, Wilma Wilson
(jiiint ,. (.11..1 l "mstoi" ; liianor 'angle! < j:< '' I It'v' ;Mary! S< < ;
Lean/ \ I ici'l the jt-tor oil of comni tor beans If \he variety'T'grown. ia Huth Bill
"<,ri" About! one! hun Jrwl jcari! ajf"xmull one which ";tope" or drops in reds ,I Chapman.. Until IMrtrel{ J. .J. 'AUCj-anJe' Forthv -
I'fial Trips f>f ruMtor'inQns! wuYaprndnr then they re ripe, tho. spikes are | : I first t <:rlt.I.-1I <, :MilU-n.1 IJiibV: Oliver, Elizabeth': :

and More | )' < cii in Virginia| ( ") North ("arojinuouth soinetn(:>; 1 piled ''II: u hard {irout ur Jump Hurkanl, AlbeH' Criner, IilI I I'arkeri. .: Emily: HUI\d""fon, ,Thelma.Velina
Rugs Rugs '-' ( ":fruitful, (.('frjlu'I.pd( other. plank llooi, full; expr'sed': l, to thu .,In lli"I ! -J IIyatt! Mu> njird! I'nulk RobertMuch hul lerI'/ sr a ', Hudson.., .
:uuhrrntut'.., and l later in .l hentU'ky'f j arid funntiheij wuh sides of 1 hosrds uitlolh |.: Frail; Iruke l ,:Mildred' Liglits'( j.\\'fit ht ni Jltlttin: i I ,,"' '
< I vas and) California. lU-twi't-i.' J 'ri' to 1 K feet high l'> i:a .oh the !| ,fhritintI.ybrurid.. ( ..l' nna Johnson, I HICK(; :SCHOOL; .

: We are offering an extensive line of Rugi, 1>oth-' large and ].1(1;( mid, 1'iOd! the,.cantor 1 Loan' W uh fin, !ikv9
small'l Congoleum and ,Crt, so cool for hot, weather, and Tremont IIf'I\"f.unt'+ ciop ,in curtain sertipsuh of must be! turned or, fprkel! J ntr 'Jt I .' I I'Ir..1 ,Grade; -,\ I 'Alum; : .. Ila' I'aHRlcr.
( I least und j IJu'i" Oouilman' : H J'.lh
OI-.I.IAhuhaa, "un"all, llasoutt amt 111, once lay protfiitd'j: in :a.'Ie ,
in winter. Our prices right too. } 'nnd l Year
and Axminster nice'and. warm are Sts
.. of "rain; Theb* arei. lgt'enz" YateM.: '
nits, hut durkevat) .> ,) :years "It." OMJ! "rul )>t\aumes! ,\: I
Don't 'put your feet on the cold floor of a morning when. you can tune hex Lien "pra,<*\, <:ally /ulniJi' ' k Is food 1 Charles; 1\soei; Hairy, I.ee K\ ainv Otiy\) \': /
T \\iv .decltnq: ,. of, the industry in' the / :a. : or More I
just as well put them on one of these loft and velvety'creations, United States |w ,dVliibau i to'thu above the ground\ : and, uion this.anall; | StunUV Chapman ('hlirlio..loh"'II; ) j "I hi rd" Year ..

(Itl"lfwitimpo.ta'C"'
Our Farm Machinery is selling fast). Never before has there 'am) the reduction: in 'prices' brought\ spikes are scattered upon\ ti,4-m Kt-nla Oliver, Lena IJrii) .'jreni.Second Fourlh'l'ar
poles and the beans fill rad.-\; 1\' ' Kutll Howell Charlie
about I by heavy I importations of Vu!\ thr'Tu'as( ('hti"lhw ), -
\ ., been, such an.,, ,enthusiastic endeavor to raise the great staple vegetables t.1'{ .I IIH, MS, from India. , they! pop-out. Sonwtinjf< ,", use' i ill madeof Iu.th..rinl.Vllrinl: ('. .lenni0'Schildet'; :; , Ht'JCItI'o.
( Geltl.sT '
'" I! /' a.kiln or drying houses! an.1 yryoderate \ -' PecnlVhuJey, Joseph Tucker.
rhtr cjmmereiaru'odudion"\ 01'pastor ,
Kissimmee. '
the rigM"
around Get into by Busing our '
game rnn"Vhit.. :Maliol lanmri '
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bean, the warm climate and t artificial heat tnhaatendrytnt,.; ,, >ner THICK GLOSSY HAIR '
improved Farm !Machinery, Jti use spells success to.you.l longergruwing) jieai;<>n of the, moresouthein or the spikes may b slated is ne'es! I much further north. than> St. Louis, the heat of the" sun ?* the roof f fis l\\ I .*
This week old settler told us he was eating one of the largest said toU\ >e sufiDii-ri'" ', t', -Jue\ the Third (;r"d\ -
an :\1.... or Washington)/ U.I C., the ciopis Hell Yowell, j Cl/lsl' Try Itl) Hair get soft, fluffy and
t and fattest deer that he ever saw \' The season is nearly over Bet. very likely J to be luuirht by frollt. pests to open. When HI 1) did c the James Willie:Moore hurham, <'hira Viola Sue l.edbettei' 1 beautiful-Get a small' bottleof
spikes piled :
on
In general, any fertile soil which produces are asp !"u drying Oanderlne.
ter get one more bang at a big buck! Just here let us tell you gait crops i of cotton or corn is floor place dabout Ihird Grade; l II
that have mighty fine lot! t of ammunition for Huitulive for castor beana, but a verfeilile >' ground floor Thu drying Moor) ) is
confidentially we got soil favors the growth of the made of slats spaced' just! far .\!tiuu(h T"nlvieIinx.: Kmina; li Quirk, Elsie I If you: euro for heavy! lair.that RIIs-,,

._.. .. ,, that r.t t.I ,l d the of/: heed apart to let the. bean < fill thruurhLtaTnrcaharylrpik0 chillier, Suljie Story Sarah, Duke\ ttniswuth'" tH-nuty aril) in ,radiant with
produo--
f". .. ._.?n.; ,'w-if.".",' ifEfmaesdum7n> \\ ,.}flSiffiaBBI! t"i;:" i:_ tt .... '::'... ;,.. "' a,..dla t 1/latl,: 1Cq':,11\ '<.oI\jJ'I">'\ expense'.,E.t! ):jl'oIM'. -The liUn- Ii \ .,;rsrd93 ' J.,." \' r-ltAij! ,.::: lj 1 th"" -./1>(1. has-gr, l... uCoplpatgblQaof4t\ II tkAeFu wM '

'. . W . -1'I"'l.d i in much the dame mannerI In some varieties mere drying de>> ;( Tienniti if, Julian Graham, lleiirv Key. I ... llulTy and uappl. cation Laji) George I Lee Smgletary, Cleveland Just ('iii' doubles\ the ..
.. JASHUM AND SUSETTE I TVir- cotton or corn; that jl. plowed, not cause the poi'1 to open and specially
diskeii and harrowed level before constructed ich.no-; -, have been fates, Flonndn Witz. beauty of your hair, besides it; j ironje-
.
i i planting, which may be done :by hand used to remove the beams from' the Fourth Grade; A lately 1 dissolves every particle of
Gashum was reading tbe other evening of tome archaeologistswho or with a corn planter with especially pods. In a homemade machine for Oren Broun, liazel Hans, CatherineDenning
had unearthed the petrified bodies of 'some prison in some prepared plates The seed should be merly used ,in Oklahoma, cylinders )1'. -. healthy hair if you lime'dandruff. This
planted early in the spring/: as soon rollers. were so adjusted that the pods Fifth Grade li destructive scurf rob the ITalr of. it*
ancient Roman cities. as the soil is warm but tilt moderately when fed in a thin stream betweenthe Elizabeth :Mooie, Eleanor Rouen lustre. Hi trengih and its TeryJe\ ,

"How perfectly charming! exclaimed Susette.' "They must moist, The' lime of planting/: rollers, were crushed and tjie* Kimbrough Oliver, Evelyn };lam. and if not overcome it produce a fever- .

varies according to locality, but in beans dropped out uninjured. Some Fifth Grade; A inlincM and Itching of the scalp; the
criminals that hear abouL"Walch
have been of those hardened
tone we general corresponds to that of cotton. of the machines designed for threshing R.e..kahIiller. : Helen Winn, Eunice hair roots finish loosen and die; then

A Iood ,time for planting in central ,beans or peanuts are claimed to Rivera, Jeanette Griffin, Edna the bait. fall out fast. Purely pet a ,
Oklahoma would be about the firnf of be suitable threshing castor beans, ( ayaon, :Mary Kstelle: Coleman Edna mull bottle of Knowlton' a.nderiDe .
this space next week for more about Gashum and May, and correspondingly/: earlier in but they require further testing to Yates, Russell Edwards, Irvin Ung- 'rom any drug tttore and just try it.
localities to the south. In central prove their usefulness for this pur-
Susette. pose. After the beans have been -----
peninsular Florida conditions will - --
probably! be Suitable any time after threshed or popped out, a fanning C A. CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN. Secretary.
the middle of .March mill is used to separate the hulls.

__ _ Before the beans are planted they' chaff and dirt from the mans, which
0' are then sacked and stored far mar
\ ; should be placed in warm water, und The Waters & Carson
allowed to stand 24 hours without ket.The
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. further heatmir This treatment sof- yield will depend rrucn upon
tens the hard seed-coat and tends to cultural conditions, upon the season,
insure" quick and uniform, germination and the care exercised in harvesting:
D.C.WagnerlnsuranceAgencygod iO Toe depth o planting varies according and threshing/ the iteudit. Yields of Grocery Company

to the time, soil and moisture.In 30 to 40 bushels per acre have been
reported from Florida, South Caro-
= the extreme South the beans are
Floor Citizens Bank Bid?., Phone No. 30. i' 'Iprcferably planted about one inch lina, Georgia/: Tex. and California..
In the :Middle West yields. of 15 to :25!
north from 1 to 2
further in
The Leading General Insurance Agency In Osceola Co .j.jWE deep ches. The spacing of the rows and 1 bushels per acre have been reported Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
I under favorable conditions :o.tu'hI
the plants ,in the rows should vary
REPRESENT THE AETNA, HOME OF NEW YORK, HART according;: to the variety of actor I smaller yields will of c'>ur,1' result if

FORD, AND MANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE : bean planted and the! nature of the conditions are unfavorable GROCERIES ,.
: Until recently the fang : 'f f for
The varieties having mull p-
COMPANIES} ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO., :z: soil. closely castor beans )has not been for from
seeds
AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE ure usually planted more ,
} than those having large seeds. To- $1.00 }>er bushel The increased Je-

LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH, AUTOMOBILE, TORNADO. Xr wards the north, the rows are usually'I mend, for castor oil due to war conditions -

BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS 'ANDExplosive ,: made four feet apart apd the plants has caused hifth the price of the 444644n440444444 4444444 44444 + 4tr!
probable that for >
I prices astor
spaced three feet apart in the row 4 14. +
I beanj )o advance rapidly and is it C
\ south the sh ulJURual-
I'urther
Insurance ; rows beans will 4 RY E SELL: 0) WE BUY: +
until the
ly be made about (0' to 1 8 1 f"l't'apart.. prevail end, offhewar .
y ., ,,, ,The normalcy a . ... ''., ', ' .. '
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On light.andthehills maybe ..... . .
ALSO BONDS AND LIABILITY. n , :s' very men n hel-Unite.. J(0.,1\ >< .11> 'r' ,'I. I }.'
,1!
4yjeet.aparttin& theJruw> onLheuiyier ) .
lOBS'
;" IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY 1\1'\ <4t
PROTECTION I beans bu
: \V ? ? land foyAi i set ;aparlAa a. general. } >t' )10 G 000 .

a ii} (AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION., .. I, . ,;,uh'iud' \ izrvi' fule'ed ( are plants'', h.JJ1i.lI.J mall material)utttntjhang : p 'FURS .'

!0;t COOOtoo OCtOOOOO Otto... and not les8 than :;lhould he planted beTneede'd.In 4FERTILIZERS] + +
.
When'the plants*arc'*from;4'tos6'Infches will I .--"iyrWwiTMY-j-. .- V oOo' WOo +'

-... ,, tall the\weaker ones should be the' United States "o.--or !beans 4' SHINGLES C + +
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in hill. 1 are used in quantity otu) bY: manufacturers 4 .
removed, leaving one 'plant a 4 AND
i' In the extreme South where frost of custer-oil) the prim ipal 4 ORANGE BOXES 4 .
does not often kill the castor bean castor-oil nulls an" lo ad+ .at ,J.I J.-: 4 4 + ALL ..

plant the 'beans are sometimes planted City. N. J,, Hulfalo. N \ 1 ')le.Jo, (>,. > ORANGE, WRAPS, b
I 1 StateBankr ..1 in hills 5x5 feet and develop, they are thinned to stand the equipment| and! operate! H ot a. i'a"s- VEGETABLE CRATES + + '
10x10 feet apart With the closer tor oil mill resembles that of a t- 4 PRODUCE .

planting it is .well" )) to leave n space lonseed-oil njill or linipe J-oil 1 mull CRATE NAILS 4 .
r I of about 8 feet between every sixth bu t special and! expensive equipmentis 4 000 .
f of Kissimmee and seventh row, to permit the passage i necessary for the proper extractionof : 444fi44fi + P4444044 .4 9 444444444 + .
the oil from.the castor hfans The
of a wagon\ when the beans are I
I harvested best grade of oil is obtained from thv! We tell /field ana garden seeds of all kinds. 1

In planting for commercial) pur- beans by hydraulic pressure. An ul- Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parti*. .

\ The of the worldare poses a distinction should be made between ditional obtained'quantity of oil of th lower grade cake Free delivery in city limits, Phone No. 12.
eyes the ornamental and the oil-pro. is by treating _<:. press
f ducing varieties. The seeds of the with naptha or other volatile ttolvent. We are county agent for good fertilizer Atk.us for circular and ,pricH.

latter are small to medium in size, The pomace resulting/ from the !second on fertilizer. '
\ 3-5 inch long and extinction, is used a'< a fertilizer
about 2-5 to -
usually
the -- -
on man whoSAVES 1-4 to 2-5 inch broad, oval in shape, for tobacco, corn and, other crops[ butbecause ... .' +-

smooth and shining and of a gray ,of a poisonius. principle can f""P"
ground color,. irregularly marked 1 with not he used for cattle feeding unless \

brown. The most desirable' beans specially treated ..
run from lf>00) 'to 2,500to the pound( Owing to the heavy ,out! .:i' required!, r ' Economy tin LandscapingThe
for the necessary! machinery and, the t ,
or about .nouo! to 115,000 J.r..bushel (
high cost of manufacture. small
of 4i(i pounds.The on u The Royal Palm Nurseries are the
scale, it has not been found
profitablefor
number of n'-huuhel 1 of p
acres
% of
largest ornamental in
the glowers of ratter' bcar.s, to growers
the
beans will plant depends ,
upon .- the State, with a variety
undeitaki the extraction of the l oil more com I
size of the bean and the method of
i Castor beans contain a very poisonous plete than any in the South. Any
planting If 1."lItH.lnnin I 00()() to
t principle, and in ha.,idling them landscape effect can be produced
the
pound me planted :
1
rare lould) be taken to keep them
with stock. Our free
\ acres I our service
i from children and most animal Thisprecaution l
::1! to Ilip hill ".\.> ft. 1 bu.. plants i ii department will make suggestions,
for moment ::1 i to the I hill .l\t I ft. 1 bu plants Kl1o I I is important simo t"'If, /
pAUSE a young'man, :: the hill rixli.rt. 1 I Uu. plants. ]1L2to : ,'the beans" nUIhe kU Irk jen t ti> produce L Beautiful Effects With
if ,
1'I'ioll", not fatal efferta with (
the hill ::x1 I ft. 1 bu, plants !i L iIi ; >
give a thought to self. The ibil'liiu :. have been re t Our Plans and '
J I t.lw hill Ixl I ft. 1 bar. plants 1Ji.! llIny'a"l"S Materials
tin lull ; ft. ]bu. 1 1I.It> 'poll 1 whith the death of h">rf-
J In .x"i 1 plants I ;
problems that confront you now, or 'I'IK* crop| i I' iiillmitcilmnl.ir to lots keen" due to eating theso bean I I We have produced notably beauti
\\.HTOCKHERliI'P': landscape effects at the Daviata
tore 'iu\til\ the plants' mo large enough
': will a few years hence. In vlinili, the e Molind, In uise t lie fi.,llbroga'n' I'lu mlngist ui (Charge of Drug I ( t Subdivision, St Petersburg; the celebrated

I' ,. (mil,, with weeds and, gras!: i i und Poisonous I'lant Investigation-, l Palmer Estates on Sarasota

Look about you-the men of affairs in country, state, nation- 'some' hoemc maybe! arrr'-ni\', lint ( Bay; the Muthenon and Veering Estates -
in the world the who piaiticalU' all the cultivation ;teiini-'|' "- : A want ad, in the Valley Gazette! : E 3
yes, are men started to save early in life. ,. at Miami and for a countless
od. 'an be. doneilh\ a' bmsidiawn, , will lint your spare loftms.
i have the \\ ",...It'r. l'ultn'atlon should. not ('on- I ____ Mv E E number of others
and confidence-of
They the .
respect community. ..
(tams' after the lir-t lilnom pil\e up" 'f "CASCARETS"WORKWHILE EE--
1"111'I| IT I the plants Jn, not. htine, 3 Our new illiiitrBIrd. ratting. lists ,
Then look on the other side-at the fellow who spend all they some frrtiltrt'uronst.ts. 'i!'hit'IK.' of ummoMiales I YOU SLEEP E E mar than one th.>u.MiiiJ 'vartnlt ororn.mont.l.
.
make-they may have a good time fora, while, but what does their max be supplied I' fur f re.copy and. other atut.k. S.n"
personality reflect? Somearieties in which t the I beans
FOP Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, I
pop out when the hull ill fully ripe .1 1
Sluggish Liver and Bowel_ Reasoner Bros., Royal Palm Nurseries
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are known !locally as "poppeis.' and,
A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the Take Cascareta tonight.
I nucleus of honorable independent after the beans begin to i ripen the :310 Benedict l Avenue ,
an
career.
) field! must bo over few
gone
every :
Make beginning today. Your bank Oaec Florida I
your now-
days and the ripe beans! collected to Furred Tongue Bad Ta te, Indigestion
book will pave the way. avoid loss. Other' varieties' tend to Sallow Skin and Miserable Headaches -
the beans in the hull
retain after
come from a torpid liver and
) Capital l stock ____ ____ ____ $100,000.00 they are ripe, and require )less laborIn clogged bowels which cause stomach -

Resource over------------...._____,______ 400,000.00 harvesting The climate also affects to become filled with your undigested i wt
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the "poppinR" of the beans. A
; food whioli sour and ferments like garbage -
Officer and Directors variety which shatters badly in one
: in a awill barrel. That's the first
not shatter at all when
J region may step to untold' misery-indigestion, foul
C. A. CARSON, President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY, V-P. grown Is in claimed another.It thata. man'' giving his gases, bad breath, yellow akin, mental

ROMA THOMAS, Cashier whole attention to the crop, can manage fears, everything that 1 K horrible and

from 5 to 10 acres during harvest, nauseating. A Oaacaret to-night will
-N. C. BRYAN N. B. CARSON, M. KATZ. I and that two men together can .handle give your constipated bowels a thorough
i C. A. CARSON. II.' FLEMING, E. L. LESLEY, 10 to 15 acres and attend to other cleansing and atralghten you out by
J. WADE TUCKER, Directors. necessary work in connection with morning. They work while you tleep-
drying and cleaning: the beans. In a. 10-cent bpi: : from your druggist 'willkeep

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1 11 RUMINATIONS OF REX Dear little flag: in the window there, WlUYOUUBTUiOCMONSTRATB i'
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bung with a tear and a woman' ,
Help to Win the War prayer;
; The entire world is pow on the chaser. Mr. Fennell has been at his Child of Old Glory, born with a star-' AU.THE.

'.' verge of Democracy, President Wil present location for several years and Oh, what a wonderful flag you are! M t:Al' .,
: : Make Idle Acres son's war terms have met ithe his well known fair and just dealing I sews ,
,1' Pay approval ;
, ; has! secured many"customers who will Blue la your staff In its field 6f white, u
' : of foreign diplomats. Whenwe mIss him. Dipped in the red that was born of RAE
elected] a Democratic President Duringthe present war It is to be fight: .
Plant
.:, Castor Beans! many of the pessimistic" Republicanssaid ,! expected that a number of our sol Born of 'the blood that our fathers 1dUlllluu
"woe is me! But he has proved diers will be killed and that their .1 shed
11 equal to every emergency and he now death will'be considered as the resultof To raise your Mother, The Flag, o'er
offers terms which if carried out will
": war's decree, but when we remem- head.
1 The airplane fleet of the United States the future of the world,
j depended on so secure safety ber that not even a sparrow falls to ALL, WE ASK 'THAT
I, : ?, largely to win the 'war,,will ,|be efficient only i if it has planty and the United States will be the the ground without our Heavenly Fa.. And now you've come, in' this fren-
most honored nation'on the globe. ther's notice, we must be satisfiedthat zied day, YOU GIVE US A CHANCEto
I 1 of castor oil for lubrication. The,'castor beam to make, When Rome ruled the, world it was none of our men will meet. the To speak from a window-to speak

the oil mutt be grown on land which cannot be utilized' said that to be a Roman was greater fate unless it be decreed by Him who and say I' demonstrate to the critical appetites -
.. than to be a king:, and guided by the rules both heaven and earth and who "I am the voice of a soldier ton of your family the quality
(for the production of foodstuffs. hand of our noble President we will has an appointed time for everythingthat Gone to be gone till the victory's.won. flavor of the
and
That's. why 'the United be able to claim the same notoriety has life. meats we are
; States Government is, making for an American citizen. While the The) general opinion appears to ex- "I am the flag of The Service; air; selling. Vou will realize, that we

contracts' for planting a vast acreage: of tutor beam in clash of arms, does not resound over ist among our leading men that Flor- The- flag: of his mother-I peak' for handle nothing: but, 'first .grade
Florida, through responsible which undertake the war zone as during better weather ida troops will not cross ,the ocean. goods Your confidence in this
r' concerns to tIM clash of teeth does and as the Our'' Mexican border is liable to men- Who stand by my'window and. watU market can never be misplaced.
look after the details, and conduct negotiations with ,the German commissary department ia ace providing troops contingent and fears,

farmers, (fruit growers and truckers of the State. \ said to be in' a deplorable condition, thereto to be withdrawn and as our But hides from the other. her unwept. -
her soldiers will soon be compelled to President carefully weighs each tears.
::X' One of the largest of these contract*-and the first made perform duty on short rations mud chance problem the supposition is "I am the flag of the wives who wait

'*" -is with D. C, Gillett. 'of Buckeye Nurseries Under 'its this is demoralizing to the soldier; that our men will be held to meet thisemel'g'ency. For the safe return of a martial mate, City Market
,
} experience taught that many, years A forth where
mate the
gone god
y J t terms, subcontracts for the of war
planting castor beam in any ago.Rex R. P." Savage returned after about thrives
I quantity, from one acre upi now are being entered into by AS to I indulge in an occasionalwitticism I three weeks' aibesnae on a visit,to his To save from sacrifice other men's
to relieve the monotony of family: lie is employed by a telephone wives
,Buckeye Nurseries on terms that are very liberal. to growers. : article writing and as the time is favorable company and has been sojourning Drives Out Malaria Builds Up System
will produce: Many yearsag'C at McIntosh, Ga.,' business for "I 'am the flag:' of the sweethearts Tb Old' Standard froral tmitkralu Ionic.OaOVB'S .
), when it. the deposit true; TASTBCBSS eMU TOM 1C. li was custom to them. He. gives such a fearful account )
IU.rlafukbnta.bloo&ueb.lld.rptMq.-
',.I' ,Seed and Fertilizer to Be Supplied bodies of tfhe dead in vaults:an of weather conditions as they The often unthought of-the ""sisters, Um. A tree Bala got bolo aM chlldnm. Ma
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Irishman known by .the name of Mike existed in that country, freezing and too. ,
. Paid For When Beans Are Sold; was bet one hundred dollars that he blizzards of such intense power, thatit [ am the flag: of a mother's son, Whenever,You Need a Qeasral'Tonic'
Free would not dare go to a certain vaultat was almost,beyond his strength to And won't come, home till the victory's Talc OTOVO'
Advice From Expert Growers! midnight and' bring therefrom a withstand them. After hearing his won!"

human skull. Mike took the bet and experiences we are glad that Kissimmee Dear little flag in the window there, The Tonic Old Standard is equally Grove's valuable Tastelesschill as a
-- at the appointed time went to and is our abiding place. lie goes to Hung with a tear and a woman's General Tonic because it contain. the
-. Bucleye Nurseries will contract with you for the raising entered the vault. His opponent hid Gainesville, Fla., on his next trip and prayer.Child well known tonic properties QUININE
of castor beans under the following tn some bushes close by in company expects to be absent a month or more of Old Glory, born with a star- and IRON It acts on the Liver,Drives
quantity
in any with a ventriloquist. Mike got a ,skull In the meantime his wife, Myrtle, and Oh, what a wonderful flag 'you are! out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
J'j terms: !and was moving off with it when the little man, Paul, uphold the house -William Herschell. Build up the whole System. 60 cents;
; ',' ventriloquist threw his voice into the hold and affairs connected therewith. .- .. .
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Guaranteeing, to buy all that you produce, at.$3OQ ... .,._..... .
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per. ., .. that-ownthat's / ."fttrEQBtttS.demoAltrgtor-hlr! :: ...Evans "
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. .:, .+ Illi": J.Mo... M'n'ii'frjtyrtmuMtu' : 3iT-.srptw ; .. : Ar.n.-,"" -: *
bushel! (more Than three i..r-. hen growers my'skul2. Iike"lald I liTdown( has certainly reached the time :
and went back and got another; this When his! services are recognized as '
in other States have been paid in the ).
past time; the ventriloquist threw his voice of immense value to the county. This Better
Furnishing you the seed at the. actual cost to the United :iirectly into the mouth of the skull war and its influence extends fur beyond CropsHeavy
and with the most awful voice he. the man behind the and the{
gun ;
States Go
ernmenf which has )
\ bought them abroad, plus (could command
repeated "Lay that problem of I its failure or success is to
t I. cost of transportation to your nearest shipping point.' (It down; that's my skull!" "Faith," said jre solved as much by those who are

i. estimated the will be between ;Mike. "you must think I'm a dom fool in control at home as the.army in the yields of l class. products
t' price $4.50 and $5.00 per to believe that you've got two skulls; high are necessary

bushel. Payment for seed need not be made until crop I'm' going ot have this anywayt'! and field.We heard recently that several to bring a big net profit to the grower The

'r, has been harvested and sold). he. held to it. parties who had left Kissimmee, several banner record for inch results ha been held for
We were very much surprised last years ago and tried their fortunein
\ t Supplying you any fertilizer needed deducting the cost week to hear Mr. John Drawdy had Okeechobee are returning. Come the last quarter-century by
moved in. An investigation provedthe one, come aJl; there is still room. .
of from bean
\. same your returns--shipping it at same time correctness of ,the report We The Democratic Rooster still shakes

as seed. (While it is generally conceded that profitablecrops found our friend John very comfor- his tail-feathers and lifts high his Ideal FertilizersSend

of castor beans be raised tably located in a bungalow in West head when any of our Company 13 are
may : on any fairly good '
Kisll mmee. Whan- we reached the seen on the streets. lie has called
land without fertilizer, greatly increased yields on light house the lord and master was away, his fowl council together and de- for our Free Books OB afl commercial
'Ii soils follow the but the good lady gave us a warm mands that \the; female portion of his
are practically certain to of
application a welcome. John soon returned and community lay every egg they' possibly crop of Florida; also oar Spray Catalogn

moderate amount). with him a young gentleman; whomwe can to aid in holding up the. food Special advice: gladly fire.

... Giving you free of charge the advice and help of prac- scarcely recognized as the Nolandwe supply.' c
had known
long ago. The warm sunshine reminds ua that
tical farmers who have successfully grown castor beans in Potatoes of the Irish variety, accompanied spring is close at hand. Heavy wraps t

other States. Two gentlemen who were formerly engaged oy tons of fertilizer is the have been, thrown aside and. while we Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.,.
principal wagon traffic at the present may yet have a few more days of cold
or in castor bean culture in Kansas have been employed for ; time. The fears entertained that blustery weather we are satisfied Mfrs. Ideal I FeriiIizen.JackaoDYille bEAL

"' this service. Both have lived in Florida for several the market will be over-stocked is ab- that our winter is broken. ,
... years lurd. If every available tract of landin The general appearance of the cat- Fla runuzMrunuwco.
are 'thoroughly i informed as to conditions htre and they Florida were planted in them there tle on the range does not indicate 1 'we.arso.cr'

agree in believing castor beans to be an entirely practical would still be a call for more. that they have suffered severely from .
Mr. E. H. Fennell! has had a signup last winter and as the fruit was not
... and very profitable crop under the terms of the contracts before his'door for some time advertising damaged to any great extent we don't
we are making. his business, for sale. His believe the winter has ,been as severeas I
s good lady infromed me several days we supposed it was when we were

.ago_ that they had a prospective_ . pur- in the midst of it. I
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Writ today for blank contract' and GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS TO intention to co-operate in every manner -
partlcularalon't delay-'lt ntor I,,-ans 'possible with the 'farmers and .Stet 1r
+ mum ,bo planted earl)' in March.. Full CO-OPERATE WITH FARMERS truckers of the country in order that G/
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r.\\ : ..t\i\!: j'Washington, D. C., Jan 15, 1918. preferential attention may;be given to
l\Ir A ;RDoran? Secretary, Gainea-t: the marketing of all/such products.The .
'l ]) .Florida. ,, unusual, conditi ns'whicb, recently -
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T : ? IVIeJ. ir 1o Replying to\your. 'letter prevailed;, in'tthe' North. and JACKSONVILLEOLDEST
Buckeye Nurseries of,9thwherein, you state the farmers middle West: were due to'a general .
and truckers of your"'community desire congestion of freight and express b
to ascertain the attitude of the shipments, making it necessary for \ s .--s It
Castor Bean Department Government officials toward the ship the Government to take over the op
\. ment of farm products and certain eration of the railroads and to one TIN

;. 1134 Citizens Bank Bldg. Tampa, Florida vegetables/ during the comihg season, I of the worst blizzards in !many years,
and adivse them I which combination of circumstancesmade
I am pleased to inform I
I you that I have the it quite impossible for the SbUTHE'R ESTABL/SttED
matter with the chief discus5d/ 'I i transportation companies to properly
of Car Service of the om- ]I I handle such shipments. However I F17; SEED MOUSE
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Commission am informed normal conditions will
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Engraved Calling/ Cards! and Wed- CORRESPONDENTS( WANTED United States Food Administrator?:,, soon be restored and that there should '
and with the Director be no further cause for complaint unless IN FLOX/DA 1
General of the
ding Invitations, Engraved! and! TinThe] Gazette wants a' correspondent
Railroads] and am advised by them 1|, another similar condition arises, XI-
in Oceola
bossed Stationery can be secured at I e\ery! community county which is thought
quite
that there is : improbable.
it will the no reason why anyone [
Send the help
in news
the Gazette office. Let us s h.du I I of desire to
Assuring
should be alarmed regarding thetransportation | you my serve
%. and will )keep your rectlOn before '' SEND FOR CA TALOG AND
paper
the farmers and truckers *ln)
and tf
our samples prices. the public, of any food sad feed ,, every WEEKLY PR/CE l./ST.
products during the coming season, | manner possible, and at anytime, I
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and that every effort should, be put am, 'S.
forward to increase production. These I Very truly yours,
officials state it is their desire and I' DUNCAN U. FLETCHER.

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-' Visitors Tourists i QUARANTINENOTICE i' i E' Stout Lumber Co.


,'? If you are interested in Florida,yon should. t SUCCESSORS TO MAY.STOUT LUMBER CO.

\ take in the bet': Fair held "in tbe State :I: DEALERS IN

HE J .f Yellow Pine and Cypress Lumber. Novelty

Works in Connection.


Five County Mid-Winier SubTropicalHELD :: It U our pleasure to rive you estimate at all times,

.._: Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery. ,
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AT Prevent Spread :: Phone 21 Kissimmee, Fla.

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Orlando, Feb. 12-15,1918 of Cholera

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Positively the Greatest Exposition of Pursuant to the Act of 1917, Chapter 7345 (No. 87)), Laws of Florida ; Cold Storage for Fresh Mea.ts'I. I !

Fine Fruits Agricultural Products, notice is hereby given that tbe infectious and contagious disease 'i.
known as hog cholera does not exist, or only exist! to a slight extentin

I Cattle, Hogs, Poultry, Domestic and. the counties of Dade, Broward, Monroe, and that part of Palm ;;: Eggs, Vegetables, Etc.

Fancy Articles. Beach south and west of the Hillsboro Drainage Canal!, and whereas :t.
STORAGE RATES ON MEATS:
r the above district i is already quarantined against the importation of .

I cattle afflicted with Splenetic, Southern or Texas fever in cattle, it I : Quarter of Beef ___.____ / c lb. Meat left in Storage aad'

i i. hereby ordered that no swine outside of the territory shall be trans : Whole Hog ___._______%c lb. cut a* used : ________ le lb.
School Fair In the State
: !( Largest ported, driven, or allowed to stray or drift from any other county in :

the State into the counties of Dade, Broward, Monroe or that part of Curing Pork ready for smoking, 1 1.2c. per pound,

Palm Beach south and west of the Hillsboro Drainage Canal, except Curing and Smoking, 2c per pound.

Daily Parades and Pageants,.Concert, Fireworks, Free Exhibitions under the provisions of Section 2, Regulation 20 of the Law, Rules : -, ------ --- '-- .

Race together with Johnny J. Jones Show'. and Regulation of the State Live Stock Sanitary Board. :
; ; Bring us your hogs the day they are killed. We will doI
By,order of the State Lire Stock Sanitary Board.
Clime Enjoy Yourselves -.- Inform Yourselves the rest
J. W. D E MIL L Y
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Secretary of Board. : KISSIMMEE ICE & COLD STORAGE CO.

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eMtnnir) at :-> ("(,]loCk b>. Ju-tnc J: 'i){ thy ,I tlu ,ii-fore urge our friends: to assist I I 1"101'" 'ALV nn ttJ ST--S. \\ 111(501Apj1. 'Ill _,,0111 '...,, , , ,I.I I **l ..1. l l f .....1'i .. i'' l'"l ,'
R1SS1HHEE VALLEY. GAZETTE \ J'<;u,'" :S, \V. i'ortcr.. at hioffice! oil ":"u.*. in every way to observe this pa )' 4i.\lm. :_ '_"trl''L.I_!, j-ln4i '11. s .iit.t' hi.l'i . i i 1. i, i \ I' i J ,, 'I II i .''l.i i. in, ">, lilt .
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!I'. nnnyhania] .uventiv. 'V"'I'i ih fttrtht !; tnotic' move and. .nqt ask for what we 1H' I( :SM..KMn.l.; l. ,in. f'i, ,,mn IIOIIK... *uUt Ii <',01) I I ]1. II U < 1 11 I i"ml I i '"" I I I : > i ,nil I a ,ml l lit. M. oJ I "I i
.'."".h..I'; P.eyOfSe. Frldar.unit neulywedt) ti. happy life. 'lure unalilb! to give.IhlsSI1lELIICROCERY. I I...... I 111,. till I.lll\,, I III"*'III'I H 111",. tll'IU' 11Iti.lf 1111111-: < A'J" //1:1:1'| : :| i. . mill lll") I :.1 H' .1.1 y f
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r I. .JI"" (..ieje, Ilualding. :Mr.\ and Mr-.. John )Harder! of :Mamjlu 11114. Klf-iiiiin$ ... l''l.i I)-" I I I I I "*-ll. KSTHKIIT." ; ': .

I KI..I..m... 1"lurld. Iowa wfc|<> have lit-en stopping: I ASSOCIATION. -. ---- ,t'\ i ilfu fiT i oi-iir.. 515' I\IH: t '1.,1 l .
at the :New Kjjgland house left I By N. C. )Bryan President. run TtFNTFutiliMbIC r in.im* 01 I ) > I .
DKi\i. ('IIl( fl"r. ii"( :01.: 10.
.. I R. S. 'IIIarhn.ntl' fm r Huht Ito"... l It ,-.'plnu | ,, 111.1. ilIl I' 7-lt
W. B. IIAIUU8 1 < Floyd
% \A\lt AtiKV4tinfrm Secretary. .
'lhi.rnd momjnjj1 for Bra 1'\ i.ouiiit
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; In inoilvriii (' ,"\t, lou.ii\ ('l 1 1 lut cxpiTi' ; to visit tbe Wonder t'lty J I 11. K. \yelln.) |) 150,,! i:.tuti" and In'- \\ IIt..m'li, IVrkbnn.- '. HI'. ,Hr "lll 4I|.' .i.
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II.phoa. NCI. 11MubnrrIplI. ut'iiirt before. returning to, their Northern -;' Classified AdvertisementsI urnnce, ll j d j ita1et. tl$.. $:t. Phone" 212 I *' '/ : ..'.'\.i.I .11 I'll I th '
home. 1 11 S4.fnln' l<* Land A igo.mul 4""n|.. l:iI iUM-. '.
... n...., ,nf F' ,''n .M.i:Small h.,UHi.. and IM, Jiihn Mi-l.lro, >, !O.. 4 IIMII! l)f, rl' : : < KIM.: ., 'I
One' *opy. Ctne Yq.Mr-------------- () :Mr. Fuller. shed Sunday night IKT..B of cink hit luiul HOIIIII'lenroit rtl*nt (..m,.. N. 4 I4>' if, **.. t .Uiiul ..
.Ona "OI'YoIlx/ NonthN------------ 1 4n acute ar'IWlld5"itl" at the home of his ']i I I'U" 'IIIKM..? Jl irt .'1,1 .. a n.J mum*n'I} nml limn j 4.r... II. Irhkir. l'n'n'Il.
One Copy. Three M."nil lid- .76xiiiit (cousin Mftt.A.. B. DanielH) ort Mary ti4"t: 'HI I: -TIK-K( I PAHM: in Hiln| .........
: lindavenue.. .Vl". and Mrx. Fuller I, i 11,101..., h..I.: ",te1I lnir.veI.. J"lu-1 I __ __M_..___..__ -III.d. .llu.'Klni.. '., nt I'ninpnin. .ltI'su. M'J.. : I
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.Utliiirlti'.l. ('..rr" ciKnod II(1fI""" nit. bAll >. have only been here- for two week" iliu 'd. I Hull). ..h.Ml"I lit 12/i/ .,.,' .. 'OK I 'Hvrr:- iNn KMKHRCIN:: : ) TYPRvKiTKit. It IIPP.<'"I'''Inw fl'''''' I I..' .ifll.lMVll ,I Ih.< "/lt'l%." *-"l. ti4l,
.' Joy IHv wNtrfteJ.c.d -I 1 he fuiieral\ Ht'p'Jce Wl're' held J TueI i.-. !!:, )I'I' iii"*. .il.li-. | tit' "I'of ," 'm"nl, ( .I..j \ M. .ii, >lu 'j iiunivis: l4<.4li4 i'. M.I' ....) ( /III1 i} of \ Ill. 1t1i1141141 I''I'K( I tinilifinil, .
",..It'r will not. lit rirturmdnnletiH duy afternooij at C'arliion'*) undeitakli.ii 1"\1"11'II IT 'Ia '''' In MIH.I lnl.r...i'I.'iI. pHilliHUClp. I . I 11:1.1: AS' tn orJ AX N I'\\', ,\i>i'iv Jlllt'R ,wlhtt.I'. (hut In lil... l IetIOI| I. I I l h. 'I .IIHIHVWllliMlt. Of "
cnllnd fur. I lJ0SoultV.ritn I AM' if KMllllloll.I 1.,,lid' 1 A I lllM-MIIH.-IVt I '',''' jta| I I | | '" 3 ii.i. I"I lOHld.'Ilt
.. ) andthe I 'I. : .mi- ttikfront KlutUiii. ,
pa' )0"" body was shipped ii r'a i'MI't 1" ..t1 1 ii I 11.' j'ii ii,,,,,-,- t 1Ih. ..1"; "'" ..fII. I $Iii4. fir :.4-a' vOil.
. 'J'a'Kdi'Y'ning, to Battle: Creek. '11.,1 Vinl Mioi.li: .. i-xi.lli-nt liin.l.UHl 1. ITOH 14.\ I- ':-5 iicn-ii, 3 a<'ri.* cloqrcil. hStilt'. ifVIi. ulnln. hiivliiu \JOe.'I'. h114'KiT. III :N". be
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-. liettic ('huon. wife of lr) .1. I. i '',. (0111) n. rer. R"'" I ItmllK I KIIOI! -lKliluirh I I inil, Unod Mvl'.:.lri.\ .IIM u I vinll| "ra >,1 f ,I IH i 'Itt I ' 10111114, h.. .iiiI Mlii'.
FEBRUARY 1 I1918 I \ r." 0".1,1.I 'I. i ''1'' o(, 1..1\ IINOIII., |.n.n: >nHi.n' I > I If CII iiromiiilv I Ad* \\ "..h'" till"). I II), 4s. itIl 1.1.) ... .l I" .. 'OJ I Iii'I
tH. hunni. died) !in VotJneal1inight: < ; .1\: ; > 11I1111.I
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Jamia'i\" :!::. lit 7'1. Th'cfuneral soyV1.V l ijiifirt. 1 <".u'iii'i.: \' . ,Iii. IIh'lIlI' ) IIrI
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Governor Call* cftkn of lie? purlVlprulu c \<'vtv I lieli,( "in Fiiday! at .m i .r"f. H,1111g. I'll K J.J'1'; tluit .
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p p < MiTTiu I.'SOIi I lhl'i" I IK till 11' II'I", i MIH III l f, I ; i I : iltii, ,'"t'lti, III' ,,11.
; lawyerw, h*\'e play(-'11.t(. I tIe ..'tXl l 'kl iif a "ul.p.j.-n I i (. I II ttfli. l I... (1111" "II it"
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thtI.hoy* piepuii; tjicir .luciiitiottiairoM )- took 1lac6! < Uli' 'fl.e4C! J 1r:11:' : cemeter, dr-iilniiH". "' "'il' Koll. n'.I lniin-; : .
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j jet.. Had! ,it nut .'b<'!'fl .ro" t1u' is f t"v') J'I'lt', .hN'j.hd i ", thit-e ''inters fni' > t.iti ;I'*iS':1'1".m-iiv:<.(1., roi I ft'I ,M't' |')lli' )'mi f nf i'l I l', \'('I'i. '' ; ; .. KlKKiiiiiii': ;, .,,.i',.. Vil-
"illtIUII'C. tI1Qukt1d4( 'ut ."nit"'I'' .'11 h1 'iirn hvi' toss The family, has!!! I' <\ ,H, m II"1", : "t. lu-t(<; u4ttk.p < Trlli.. ,ulir.iil ll\rMnrk\ nilgliiB< 'I" ,ivy- V"U Hil f.p),11''I ill ) 4lllI| HI ,. I .-||".., , Niiiu.M|, '|iiili'lh'.i) lit'\
have* suffered through\ in'orr.t..I'la' <, .- 1 h j of the cynim'UnHy 1 \ 'iij Ywl. I .J (Inu, pnuliry. iKMiM Wilt urn! I limltrliitt 'III .lliIJl4Ii*. | | til ITllM.. ("'lllll'! III! .Mil I I II I :: :\\ ; : . ' I
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ficntion. .j'. . (>'M :(/ N :' :. ; ; ,(Ill. tiled .. u\ I'JI: *"TUI, ':I.T: :, .
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Tim 'J/'I"UhI./ pubriwbttil; 1 atSt. N is hfrt'j..given' that I III\' : nt IlInl"'I'1411"1.( li-nthi-r
pajn-i1 <4it'(?! iniivl ie 'IwI. '('(IIU. l.-t u.. ...h.\\. j .II KIIIIlicu ].<<.u.<- ol IK Ionic nnd Inzntlve fffrct I. 'I| In One Day.
; ClouiJ: !, 'mak l itn -fiiifti, Bpp' <-' nini''Ii'. I\'j'e.d wy otinett kintfj the 1 f '''" '. . < < lunvi' "mil/ IIIIK. Kit tfl.' In" cnllIHK I I- TlH UKOlfo 4J1 ININlCliHwllrrlimn o Quinine It ntom the
lat wi-ok with the name ot S. J. I ) .('.". :!{ lay Realty: ( o., .and, /um .tHon't (,'JlI/I/ : 1): :: ,P. )'I" .dOMe.) ; $in.: will im\,. "I for thin jit' IIw''I..r.ell"null, Ut', nfriti'" uii.l." JMU Inn* ) Quinine and dotrfl not cmiHe. nvrvoiifineftii ..,<1 s'orLi crt the Cola
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.11':< il' d\IJ\ h fnl ."')1VUtllft ill'" j" 1t. sInging, In head K< me il>i r the lull aRmS il U Iml" to cure.
"Tripl..i1- Id.UW'mUlit.Jiwl'!" ..,r ' '' '; ;,., \\aj1} .:!;I I't :JlJ1) :_'IIfi, "[I .I.otlkMlftui.r"'I"! '_ '.: ....\it f. .J . ., '., ,, ,', ..0.:.. look tat the .'lIn'l.'u. ol Ii. W. OKOVIJ.: ,, ., ; on cm.U box. ioc.Beginning .
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vns .what win-- would] ) ('xpol'tXrl.m'"f! i : i' : : ;: : :::' '\)i''i'Ij# ,; :A.:" .1f.-\ 1tC'l, ,\' \. '\' : ,.'" ,I,: M'I..I'f"'O'. ), ii', bu \. (, ,r""fKV" ) J. di I'f"rll-J: 10\: \ ,!' 'r.-fii11y .-'
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,,nice to the 'interest of ihornniui1ity. t'-.- .,..: .. ..c' c. ; 1't't iSilt! ji-sv rViViM? nvn n< lt'tKt.-- ." I Inirrtilet >', ".11"< hiiKln-J. vhl i'l.j :
,fully : 'I" :: :: nn\InnE "I r ..1i..i'KIlliII. ; / ; ; , i,al\\uyi: Imiki;* \"<*11. ,, 'I'I'litt I <' -U is lrim-full' of' w.n. : ( : : : I, Ill, tf lilt). '< '\VD.Mtf UHII|' lit ,,' II Jill.I Iliix Io'li.lfI. 1'II1J1J' Hvniil. .,,,,,,1 "'1"1'11111'.1' i ThTkS1
written nowij \lId) justly ijeservespatronage the -- 1'"HI" low ,pi,'k'.t. JaIl'I.! iin, Iiri.S'i i ft.... .fr"( '" l.oll I \\l--t-ii \vill I I I 'Hal l anti support of St. 1 business men. So.J. Is a real booster" is u\vr, hen'. Hilly Singe< ( 'liffoul I II 1 I.. Jl Dm MKIyou I, a m..d.1' IIIIDK itt\ .1 5,4 iU J, i: IMti I h, 'LLIIII' n 'I1UKI'I ).,
j 'KII..I I, lcilou I D pi'i<.1' find 1II \ oliil.J, 7itr'lt
and 1 '' judgment on the lir> ( with his clever Company of gills willappeiir ..
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issue we prt-dict. ,the Herald will takea lit the! Cnsino j fatmday night, i il'I"'I"JlI0'Y jliHI, \ 1.1'u"1< f.n,, )lnKlin.t .
:III I i44' i I ;11.S "Of 1i..1 I II II" 11 -ii fotl.i I':. .\i Is" .in.- .,? u.i.i I It
permanent .pia<'e among! the pro- j:1. in' his splendid} comedyfst."Ui.yf .r( ; "" arn ,
; I- '. PI1' 1'' ai'.u'r to". ((1t141 1 I.1 ft \t' ii.'t',*" .It II 2*. I .I '. Jl, .
gressie! -pupers. of FInS nJu. ., . <'}: } ; Thl'pt'' The') W1'Over '!r--- r ""' > fi 'ij l", : 'IM ', H d : h 1' i. ( 1" 1 .t.Jd. (.d .. ""m' ''ti ." n \''\'I'I\"f''iI'm\'\ ' \ ((1'I'7J11"t'1"f""t'TI! 11I ,*" *< < >f :
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"' Theie"" tIe\ / number'I j."uht l'ijfj1.\'II_ "t>' o//I \111", !II) ii i \
is }principal' I ,' frktr4 1IIj, .",..,1 I(41 _' niiil! .."I, ..1.i 'I I in : ".i.in : -or I-IOKIIX.p i IN '.
Mr. Clifford.l olTetmtf . \\lt I rim IiI 'i in \. 4 \. I
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every \''fli' Jlillrl, ; >V ill 'tt'I'.llu. *' .who 'e." Tin-i ill the: great soldier song I i, ",\ ni.i,' a'j.! t iN'< tiif i. i. 11(11:11 \ 1st 1918 we will conduct our '

Tames Mill. -, mutoK-d! to Orlan- which (;eol'1poJ.. Cohan claims !h<. i I I,I /Hnnil l lit -ti !h)(.[ fjirin in m.....i. I 'If. I. llniiofiu 4-i.iiiil...'liiiinlt ,' ,
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4lo Tuesday. '. "i'Ot(1, Wdl'II"d.\ inn*!<'. ui ten.i I.:. HI' ""ill';t l tIt> it Jll'Hlf, i.etts| Ull.'IV I ... business on a Strictly Cash Basis and
il1li"utI. Jia.nc.liijr featurethis'.vonr oit v I thiN' Motpiix nnilI.. 4.. I.d.Irr.I Ilirrnilii ,
Uyun. l Kis j S'm I. \ 1j1 a big .. : .
Mr.! John A. was 'n -.. ; ;} .i(1 .f6o\J.; n I..
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til till in all) it : : \ 'gn' $ I.\ )
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.5 jneelstitorm); Tueftflay.Mrs. . -' : <; ) I ,. :f.'tnr( .>fi.lili't) (h ,t jllillj*' 11}. i HVtli 1'i.j Inn', .'. H '. .nt''n"I""" ""r II fflil \ii Ij 1"1"" ".1. >1trt we are offering the following low
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Joah II. l-VrtruMoii' wa. a, 1"11'(< .' 'o\'tit for> days to 1 come.Til I XKhiV I, ')1I1:,\.1/tr 1! {'riMl'VxV; : ""'.I i iHt I'JIi'Ot. '"Out', .- ilini. J. q. |<,inlii., ,, .M'.,. "I'| ii ii,. ,i. .
$imm(-c visitor -on WodneJldl1 ': . : .........:..., *i KiwiMuni: .',. )11'rhJd., | "i'l.IlKlIK, I it.. l'< 111\ 1,11''''1'.1 I r. "4M* '"ll prices which we think will be of interest
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Dr. J. I I..> ( 'hu nn wain Ki l'imn.f', I : o.rl'J I . II i .III WCIlt V". 71 KIT ,. 11>,HM l'1 T % ,,1"I I IJ
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on Wi'dm'sday, on the esumiinnii" :. (Out .H-KillHT-, ) 11(1 1 FI lltMVl'I )- ; .'1 .1 ..... I. I "'I .1" I. < ,rh! : .'It. Ill I it 1 .1t.1hf! ) :t"Ml, .*'I'.I', .imp' \' to you. Please read them care1. ,
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Mrs. C lura Ilpnitloy, ) pc-nt Siitiirda)', t mn'.ei\e theujipij. uf llitiiin" tu' -- -/- ". I 'I .1'I . .1 1 M II, ,1 II| .I I |I.," ,. ,I. |'', .. ,,.11,1I ] fully. This is not a Special Sale.
uml \1)1I1Ia'ith\ friend-ii' I : "- \1.1 1': I In. I lf:1: : .1 .. .
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Sunday i iUrlando. .
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'm t'.I'i 'i''S' t'* 'i 'pit.' ii to th.I
.1 I int'-il :t ti---. It that the Ali] <' mu> 11 i- '." c' ,: I IIIII. 1. n.
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I hllv i' ni'iro'' t that the vMir: nnv nf uc-1 1 l-i f.. :I \ l I'u. ..' i' .' ._.. . t I '..I.l', 1l.-f",... \|\i.in., ; i\ ( I.. 4ih, .1 I.i\ ...iMlllll We arc 'uoin > to continue sell thc
W. motored to the west - '- -- .. to ut
S.lye.i very
; '..,r'.rll' I y i-ii' roast witha !any, of fiit-mis onThursday. )I-, 'it.. I ;,,'. II \V'i; I-.1: I 1 11 .0. /1/.1! I< U' '' .::tllul/H" nf >:,,o.l I :HI u '111 I I.. I Lot.> M .ii i- louest
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rt'(a her !to nnv tystomer.nnv : ,.. prices possible. By pu-t.inu our business
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'fl.rar incept that tame ("LlKtOiniI i !I " >' U|1",1 l ') I Is fll/th.l,' null" "ml ih 1> ,1 t HUM "', d. Ib.
The ladies. of the .M. K. church .wilt! t.skes( po ('/lI1il uniotitit. pound for '! \H'I.) i. ,Ji.l 101) ,bin trim. ? it'iiln1. ) 1..ar'l, !". ptTliIIMit,, Ii) OIK' '0' a \\ II i u f.tt four on u cash basis we nrc able to eliminate
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serve u thidcen diluu-r' on Lincoln'* piiinid; rf 'itlu-i') icieal) .1| 'T I .f.r I l >nl IA i h M I in II" l.: i'vi I''nun/ I ,
the I -vnie h.I-* .'.II'II' I"J.. I \. I I.. l r lull ; \ 111'.v ;.i.7.. (11 "1. .1 i ltsi..t .p. i /put. lish, ij I u great deal of our expenscs'and are uoinu: to
birthday in annex. Th' Ki'-sniitnce' gnxois are pat : |

Mr-. K..1- CaUlwell died' at noon on otic' ('''''ulh to 'want to ,is-i) -; the L"1.' "I'-" .J : ,' \1.1: tt '1'1\1'1-: "& ., .'.,,, I I1 KIVC it to our customers in lower prices. Our .
Tuesday.; the body was sent, to !<<. A.imini-tijition in ..\.y niling$ tn.i' )1.I,L,.... I .', t 4 II' .1 I h... ,e ,,, ," II. 4 I Plies Cured in 6 to 14 Days I
I rUloku for Imrial. they mak-t 1)h<* nbo\i. riilmir. 1\ J'I', I.f! :II' 'I I {I." t 010'1' "h. ..'tIII. I." Your drtlgel'l will refund tnonty II PAZO prices will be changed bnly when we arc forced
on Fhursdny I
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II .' 1 1...I " I II' I'.r III 01STM''NT illn to cut nvrfhrc cl llchiiig,
Messrs.\ Wood, t"urillo. und.J (,Iul'kwel'e r\ii'. i j. I illlpr' .it \\4. and( vve 111'(' fur"I'" . \I ,II, I 'ft I '1"' to do it in j!" nit" <"r i bUII'I1"V.' .' I '" , ''' I'. II I ,"f'.1' t ;, The fiitt ipplicaiiun, fi\t i...e and ! hunting/ on-Wednesday morning ___no I'
and bagged. quito a lot of goa 1111'.

Pr. A. H Johnson of Lnkf Aide, I 1 1is I -. r- 6 Bars Silk Soap . .25 Lima Beans . . .17
the guest for a few days this wl'eI' I I

of hr cousin, Mrs A. I 11.! D.inieK, j Fancy New Fla. Potatoes. .li) Navy Beans . .18

Miss* Wil.hHil y. who i is a slcn Creamery Hi.ti.fi 53 Shipped Rutabagas Ib, _ .04 1
oprapher in Jacksonville j is t''''IW, 1.1 I W. H. ARNOLD ALAN J. MacDONOUGH Swift
Lincoln: Oleomargarine ,30 Fresh Fla.
honiion Saturday for the week.end. i; : OFFICE GROUND FLOOR Cabbage _ . ,05

1 The ElSIe, P. McElroy Auxiliary I I Nut Oleomargarine u _ u .33 Kelloggi Krumbles _ _ .10

will give a, patriotic srtciul on VaASngton' CITIZENS BANK BUILDING I Swifts Premium Oleomargarine .35 National Oats _ _ - _ .10 .. :
birthday in .the old G. A. R.I '
hall. Phone 312 i Oil, gal. - -__ __ __-_ u _. .15 Mothers Oat _ .11
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.Th_ R;: iBakerafifaudiGrocerin 'i: ..AfIOfJ 11" (., p ; O."Box 413 { I'to' Grits Ib. : I I 06 i Sliced; t Pineapple" 24 ,,, I I "
v*> i 9 A .MpLd. tftn.. 'A !
: tilon: heiJJ raw It:! 1'\1: (l, ;' r.j \, 'I.I"'i",,",".. I ; ., -uu" '.I 1'., "M'" I&lbti' Q6- No 2 -rated Pineapple 0J
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fiiiinprife on 4t ; :;,.,',' ' ,. '}','1\\ Pi'cnlc _ _
Swifts! houlders 29 eede Raisins
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Mrs1. vor thl' I a.110l11e IcSok1 Bralnl, can 20 Prunes 17] _ _
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n 1 liTopVAHdJtlon.: ) : AnallA'3- !-l;, '
nents have not Jet been made" for the I Vienna Sausage : :: _ ..) __ 1 .10 Evaporated Peach c,. .,._ '..17'Potted'

funeral.. Arnold .8( Meat!' --. _ _ _ .05.. Evaporated Apples! 16

of Mis KiHsimmei'. C. I I. Bandy will and spend son Sitiiidav Ki!! ''aid, i Small Tuna Fish _ .10 Sour Pickles 12

the guests oi Kev and :Mi-. .f I II! 1 1I Round cans Sardines .12'' 2 Sweet Pickles .14

I Wettcott.Mr. I Flat cans Sardines .. _ . u .07 Libby's Jelly .14
James Johnson, \\ }i. hu MH' nt
,. Tal! Salmon _ _ u ,20 Celery Salt _ _ _ .12
some timo at Johnson!' ( \iTi >" ta I .

rived at his home here on :Monday fi,>r MacDonoughR.EAl' Granulated Sugar :_ u _ _ .10. .. Onion Salt _ _ _ . .12

the winter. Pure Apple Cider Vinegar Libby's Dill Pickles
can _ .18
Kittle I Ruth I Harri- it&i Tdi."lay I I of I.

.. bottle . _ _ _ .15 Walker's! Hot
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.epina! menenfrilis I lnt<' ,Mini,, i it, 'AHn hU Tamales can _ .10

'de Wednesday afternoon in Rose' I No. 10 White Karo Syrup 1.00 Brown Beauty Beans in
I 111!! cemetery.

Itev. Bowen of the ;M. E: ihnnh. oft J No. 5 White Karo Syrup': . .50 Gravy, can _ _ _ _ _ _ 15 '.

on Thursday for a two d.i\s' trip toI I I No. 5 Pure' Cane Syrup _ _ .50 Durkee's Salad Dressing _ _ .33
DeKnnd for av visit to hi- children
COFFEE Green Seal Salad Dressing .30
who are in school' there. I

Mrs. French and 1 Mrs I Belle Calh..r I ESTATEHAVE Pure Ground! Coffee _ _ _ .20 Kellogg's Biscuits, package .13 ;.

canvassed the city Wednesday to i iI Good Green Coffee _ ___ _ .18 ::. Log. Cabin Syrup _ _- _ _ .25
how f'hri'-tians and: I
see many are to I''
what <'hurch they belonpr. . I' Maxwell Coffee _ _ _ _ .30"i Apple Sauce. can _ _ _ _'. .10

Mr. and Mrs. F. 1-:. Hastings of1 i I IWE Floyd' Hobby Coffee .- .35 :| No. 2 Red Kidney Beans . ..14Lipton'

(SuffieJd evening!' last CSonni.and, are arrived pleasantly Ion Friday'6"-. I .. Yellow Label _ _ .38 I I! O.t Cocktail. Sauce __ _ .20

ed at the Gra)..,tolw, =New York a\e- THE LAND you want-any size 3 Ibs. Blue & Cold Coffee. .80'', Red Snapper Sause _ _ _ .15 i

nue.The I Kellogg's Corn Flakes_ _ _ .12Skinner' Tabasco Sauce _ _ _ _ _ .40 '
Hpworth I.edpue rave: a social
lafct Friday evemnp, quite a large Farm from 5 to 640 acres or more-with or Macaroni _ __ _ .10'' _
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number beinpr in attendance and the Skinner's Spaghetti .10 FRESH
MEAT
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tiest ever socialus had.' held that the leaguehas : I without orange groves, land adapted the growingof Large size Egg Noodles --- .10 I: Sirloin Steak Fla. _ _ _ _ .25

The Ohio Associationent Ryzon Baking Powder .33
81'011"thl' Sirloin
-- - Steak Western
_ _ .30
lake on the boat ")!llIud" and helda CASTOR BEANS Truck 'Farms Chicken Farms Tioga Sliced Peaches Heavy j
Porterhouse
picnic. About fifty-fi\
I. trip All report a line trip across"' and Syrup - -- -- -- - - - .12 Porterhouse Steak Western .30

e rood: time. Cattle ranches Hog raising general farming Potato 15 oz. Sliced Peaches heavy
:Misses Edythe .Tenness and Gwen I Beef Stew, 15c to ? _ _ h .17 I

1 dolyn] Gelston; in Syrup u _ --- - --- - .14 Roast Fla 20c
went Apopka on ttnctor I to _ _ _ _ .25 !
I Wednesday afternoon with and Cabbage land or virgin soil. Large size Red Label Peaches .25 Roast Western
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:Mr. Farino of Jacksonville _ _ _ .30
I representative I
of the Southern Large Size Apricots - - - .25 Swift's Premium !
l railway I Ham sliced .40

The Mitchell Post G. A. R. will : We hav a number of bargains in city prop- No.2 Blue Ridge Peas - -- .14 ;II Minced Ham __ _ _ _ _ _ .30

liave chaite( of the program on I mtoln's No! 2 Ceznova Peas .18 '
birthday. There will he a parade -- -- - Souce Meat _ __ __ _ _ _ ,25

in the morning with all the patriotic erty that youwouldn't resist. No.2 Flag Brand Peas -- - ..15Frank.
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societies in line and addressc-- No. 2 'Soaked Peas .10 -----h _ ,39 ))1

I will The Iso Veterans be made of St. Cloud met at Call on us to ,show you. It costs you nothingto No. 2 White Label -Dimpled- - - II Pork Steaks and Chop - ;28 .


a the Uonair house on Tuesday evening Peas _ _ _ ___ _ __ _ .18 Pork Stew 20c and --- - - .22
;J and organized: a baseball team. They let that have the land looking 1 i
j. -. have thirty members and held their us prove we you are White Label Mince Meat .10 Ground Meat -__ ____ _____ ,20
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first practice on Wednesday afternoon French Mustard _____ ____ .12' Hamburger ____ __ ________ ,20 1
at the ball ground.Mr. for---in the place you like- --and at prices you

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and Mrs. Edd George: and Mrs. .

Geore': sister Mrs. Sheer, of New I I We Handle

I foundland ; Mr. and Mrs.. Roy Taylor, can pay. 'FishFloyd's

Mr.. and Mrs. S. W Porter and Mrs.
Porter's mother Mrs. F. G. Lewis of ,

i- Sharon Mass., who is here for the

fr on winter Sunday., were camping at Lake Conlin Grocery & Market


Mrs. Elizabeth Benson and Mr. Joseph -

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-I -INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS II Fire Miss Insurance.Josephine]!See Mann A- -E.of--Drought-Orlandowas - -. r- ,x;


", "p, McCranie.-the week-end. truest of .Alias Leila :: Now When Spring Is OpeningIS

:- xII -; For quality in Rubber Goods see* I Try Chocolate ,Marshmallow Fudge ,
our line. Central Drug Store. '
Sundae-it's /good CORNER DRUGSTORE I
I Weather Report Mrs. Mattie Fort of: Tampa was the : "
:: \ guest at the) Vowel 1 home Saturday. , t THE TIME TO BUY
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Joe' Heckle of Tampa was in the ,
.:,: Choice'' residence lots cheap. Arnold/ city Tuesday, representing the Perkins .
t and :MacDonoguh.C. Co. of that .. 'Y I
Sharp City.
.:'f. Following daily tempera. WL Griffin and wife spent the. II, C. Piano mariager of the CitrusExchange PORCH SHADES
tures and precipitations as re (
early part of the week at Tampa.
packing house made business
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ported by Government, station'at ....
Kissimmee fa- the week end- Corner Drug Store. is open Sunday, trip to Tampa this week. '
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Ing) Thursday January 31 : Robert Smith, who i is employed at
,. Ta>f Assessor. I. Barber is having Camp Johnston, Jacksonville, arrived
Mac. Min. Rain two acres of potatoes planted this Monday for a visit with his fan \Iy.

,01' Wednesday1 93 week. . Poll taxes must be paid on or before -"

Tuesday __ __ RO Goodrich Rubber Goods for superior Saturday Feb. '9th, in order to EE.1rffliwaW

Monday -..-- RO I quality at Central Drutf' Store qualify to vole in. the city election. :

.. Sunday __ ... 81 I.f :!: i Mrs, ,M. Hersiff returned! to St. 5.4t ; ',-r
Saturday .. ._ ,,7i .t !I Petersburg last'' Friday after a brief Hal Estes, who travels' for the
visit witty relative! here. I Southern Drug of Tampa,
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company
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u j, Five room bungalow on Emmet St. made one of his regular visits here Thursday _n_ 3. at a bargain. ..Arnold and Tuesday "r ," 1.
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xx ough.. MaCDOn"j Miss Dixie White is (enjoying a "'," p'
I Miss Leah Hlrsig of vacation from'her duties at t>he-.Dollar ', .. ,

A-d-1-o-r-irk-a at' Central Drug] who has' been., visiting her Limit store and is visiting: her ...::*:: ,,,;,,'}, ,
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Store.. V. some time, has returned home. sisters,, in Georgia ?, : ':,
I I' .' J. S. Stratton is planting 20'' acres The virtue of Adlerik'a'' made i it"fa- 1 \Valter Morgan! representative: : .,1t\< '

t.of /spuds! at'Finney Point: 1 mous' for stomach and bowel trouble. I t the.Groover, Stewart Company of : .jt,',:t I'j ',.\ \:
.1 i' See Arnold nnd .MacDonough,'"'forrial For wale by Central ,,1 Jrupr!: Store I 1 Jacksonville was o business visitor in ?...':r F. 'lj 'l\; .

1, estate. :Miss Le'na I t'hclps'! of Troy, Ala.. "is ; Kit-simnieo, Tuesday. < .

Horn, to Mr. and ,,Mrs. George/ Gibiions' the attractive guest of 1lisk.I i i Ethel Mr, and Mrs, C. .A, Rhine of Fort ,:,j: ,:{

at their home'AVavarly: Wednesday Wilder at her. home. on, Mabbette j Wayne,, Ind;, were guest last weekof "
street. Mrs. 1'. 11. 'Uarnetta : ,, resident ,
January 30n son.* pAdlerika ', ,;.t (
,',.,; . -Cha remfcdy' of true \'ali'ff Fred I Dalton; the 'popular represent 1 here from Indiana .. ,.. :'.. t "
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;' )\ ;i&j; ''ue. For sale-by'CehtrarDrug' ,Store,*'j tative of tHe .I:li Witt, Cigar/ Company mbrosia Sundae 'Ice Cream Special. ". ".'.,,}." ,f'i... ',.,_
of Tampa, was a hUjn 8Sj'"itor in" ., .'" .
cf t"' ': V ,." : St.'John's Guild will'nlcet Tuesday; ; .' The very Lest Costs the same '
Kissimmee :- Shades
Tuesday. Wo have line in both the ;
''ti I :'; February 5th, ut the residence ''of J as the rest. Ask for it Sunday at a complete Bungalow
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(/ ; Mrs. Statter Carr, 112 Clyde avenue. plant castor CORNER DRUG STORE. '
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and the better grade., Sizes to 12 feet wide. Call and
X' S I Guaranteed market at. $3: per bit ean"1 .
,,::1f"; )Irs. W. A. Hamilton, accompaniedby u,- show bean land. Drew Pierce, who has been the '
; I her daughter and Basil! Hamilton I and :\\acl you.some)onou/lh./ guest of his aunt, Mrs. J., Karl Lup- see them, or phone us and we will be glad to serve you.
have returned from a visit toP J JI
W. fer, for several weeks, returned Mon
, . lleLlu1d. I Mrs., F. W. Hill of NarcooRsoe wal'i| ; his home in Culloden .. -
: J day to Ga. "The Satisfactory Store"
in KiMsinnnt'c! for a brief visit last
: ', :J ,... J.4A.; ., Barclay Auto Service: to Or- Tuesday. Mrs. Hill-came 0'.1'oo t Mr. and Mrs. Eckart of Chicago,' C I H G '
" 'h'..I ,......:....... Jjiado.._. Jenves! !, / ?;.1."> H> tn.. Returns -and returned the . 'ill fin h .n''t''N\.m-i!! ? Phone.J391\. ,_ ,.
auto < trtviiu.h.. . .,. arc s be ? ri. ,
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'" j. ; \): NBk l ;fs S'kwabmcawnunr"was.. \ ;'iisft i lNhPkMarq J { Altlrs+d+ 1II r 9v;$'IiI'iJ; 'M 'ii >>!iID'" "-;""
Isx tialltvsi.af; , lltp,, J(!' " .e1v'the
. 11+#1f'/tittldl; / : > .= f 1ja.\1I' IiI\UI'Ir-J.--tnl..tl""K'\ : : tll I t ;hwo"(1'( {$ 'X pt'pTdi';: aliiTfi1$5to'Y
;'1 : ." .);o&. Phone<<: Y'9,1! , aG .. 1-4t! avlded farming: to his' other pecupai'i I wreck of the recent storm. - .. ,- --.

., ,! S.-C.. Mrs., arrived John .Yarborqugh Tuesday for! of a 1 visit Enoroe, in, ,|. tions this week urn.is-overseeing! thr'' That unpleasant(catarrh, trouble; Win. Bo-wr'on, who has been a winter j :'11". and Mrs.I H. H, Hudson left :\ and Mrs. G. C. Persons of

!I'f'{ the city and in-mopping/ at the Frank-.1 j plant" 'ng of his five-acre potato Iratt. .that cough that hangs/ on; anJrl'neJ'- resident here for several months' Sunday for Atlanta, Ga. Fiom thel'ethl"Y Buena Vista, GA., are expected to arrive
; :I' :Mr..Le ;M. Van Duxor of the of the wee's'' f' I11'
na Or.T i ii al run-down condition, quickly! cured will leave first >r
tan house will to Natchez, Mir s.. where Sunday for week's visit with
'!j', 'J i lando has 'been the guest this week\ ,bv, ekes' Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil, Natchez, jliss., where lie expects ti KO > .a
s.,'ii- Mrs. HoWell J Bas took her! duughjt ; of Mrs. W. W, Saunders and Mrs. II.: COKNEK:' DRUG STOKE.)} .. be permanently located. they expect to locate permanently. the former's brother, G. W. Persons. ,

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,! W'It send for'your prRatriptions and i !
and! t1wir.lOllS, of I'atiAingcr, artcH"iidiig .
,' deliver them buck in the quickest! ; r\o'"- | The I
today in Kissimmee.( : They
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,1 I caiiK1 to have fW buy undergo
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:1" DRUG STc IHE, Phone' :W7.. '1
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L. C. :Master' of Orlando, one "f .1. LL 1! Mills ciiinO up fromVinttr, Split Grocerywill
Florida' most distinguished lawyer, |, Haven Sunday U> join hisvif- ,, who Nicklc
,/ was looking after professional! busi- ]| has been the giuvt of :''oIl'. and ;Mr.
i r.t'ss in Kist-immei': yesterday j| I.vli'KKtory' for some time ;fir and tiTHE I
..',' (;h'I your orders :Saturday, -anjli,i 11rAl ills, u'turned home \Vediu--ila.v.m give the people a little'explanation I

':\' we can furnlih-you !I..I Croam bricks i! Tev. William J, Leyerett ,1' :NotloaHainan -
any color or flavor for Sunday CClKXElt I DUUG) STORE; ) !:,' phone: '
4 2117 ,' *. 'I #rt the Presbyterian. manse yesterday .. rice or any other cereal that contains no flour must be pound for
and.+vill fill}) the pulpit of the! Presby *
Miss (Corri! ('aiuidil) had returned toner i terianchurch Sunday morning 1 and pound at time of purchase. Prices of Jour will be the same as given below I It's no longer necessary to go into the
studio in iirlando after a visit' night. details describing the practical merits of

I .td Columbia,, S, C. where she was 'Ca'pt. II. ;M. Breaker,. Charles] )i i
;r '" .tll1l'd.t: / )' the serioudU!*, illness of. her Breaker J. M. Cooper and :Mr.\ Bowman Gold Medal Flour. 24 tbs$1.65 l Kellor's Toasted Corn Flakes .11 the.. Ford ,car---everybody knows all about
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>itcV. motored out to Lake Russell "
.. '" on Pillsbury Flour ,24 tbs____ 1.65 Post Toastiei __________ .10 "The Universal Car. HoW it goes and
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.. 45; acre farm with 1 211! acre bearing!; a fishing t trip' Tuesday. The lake was I --

, :., grove: paid interest! on $::0< ;)uo> this too rough!: for successful! fishing but 96 Ibs.-1-2 bbl. .__v_____ 6.20 Kelloc's Krumblet-' _____..,__ .10 comes day after day and year after year at

you year this from bargain.grove alone Arnold; let and us show MacDonough. the Hev.party W.brought H. Coleman home, the twenty new bird pastor !- j i Self-rising Flour 24 Ib sack 1.55 Shredded Wheat Biscuit ... .13 an operating expense .so small that it's

"' of the Christian church has mo\ 12 tb sack Self-rising Flour .80 Sweet Feed. 100"lbs. ______ 2.75 wonderful. This advertisement is to urge

": Capt. and .Mrs. Frost! of St. Cloud cd his family to Kissimmee and i ill 1 1.2 Bbl Self-rising Flour____ 6.00 Shorts 100 Ibf. ___________ 2.95
and their on fnmew York ore H'oupying! the Mrs. ;Mary Bas's cottage prospective buyers to place orders without

'r,1 making a fort nijl1t.'jdt, with then / .at 114 Main: st"l'ctfl'" ) ( Lord Calvert Coffee _______ ,.34 Bran. '100 Ibs ____w_______ 2.40 the has
'ole-I delay 'as
conditions
i son-in-law( I L. L. Lucas and family at i man will hold the regular/ service Maxwell Home Coffee. 1 Ib .32 Cotton Meal. 100 lbs, _____ 2,85 war produced
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) Springs.Mr. the usual hours at his church rioxi I which interfere with
Tarpon normal l
,.....' Feed Meal. 100 Ibt. ____ 2.45 may production -
. j ': and Mrs. Dennis! (Gorman of Sunday. Bliss Coffee __u______-,___ .26 '

Fort Wayne, Ind., stopped off forfewhours.Tuesday a' l Ito> you ever stop to think of thetl'U'St Senate Coffee best there is .35 Kerosene Oil gaL _.______ .15 Buy a Ford car when you can get ,
while ett route for you put, In' the druggistVho!: We'll take of .
South 1 1"l]rid\'Ol.-o' ;'isi i .l.r.-.B(* fend, "ili'ouriPI'eRtriPtion; ' Unle s e, i" Vesper, a very". '(tadjeoffeex{.30, Compound Lad tb ,,:.:. ,.J.A.:',.:._, ..25 one. good care your order<

Ir\I\ I n 114r neII ,horoulthTYJ'fompl"tel1t1an mat ; : .Ju+s! ul th'e 1917: *..r* 'lfee' if..'" .KS ,24Arbuckle's f,;Thread spool';:; :, J". .05 get your Ford to you as soon as possible.-- ,
talsjyouTCannotl! 'e .
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w' Coffee .22 Broom and give the best in "a'fter-scrvice" when
II' llm I I a ais r. /guaranteeffprice qualitnu ..+ '..50National

'\' U I Ia'7part e ) 'e t e e {'r,1'eCOHJon D RJJG; ? .[ Oats; Lox __ ill X11'' required. .
fSTOIIEjH Phone1'2)7! ? :.' White ,Bacon. b tf?: Ib .35 .. '
ict (aria to Oran e
day for a few hour. A party of fourteen, including J, J.lIillard. .\. Breakfast Bacon. Ib ______ .45 Wizard Wash Soap. 7 bars __ .25 I.

Services' are.still being: conducted I J. Rabb and John Holder Prune- Ib. 18c. 2 fop______ .35
from the 1 Franklin, house enjoyed aklake Potatoes peck .50 '
WiIb'tn'hurl! with Jrl'' >d l interestThe --n ------ Osceola
in I Motor
Fancy Peaches. 18c. 2 Ibt. for .35 I Co.
will he trip to Canoe creek Tuesday in
.ubj Cabbage lb. ___ ______ .06
( E. E. Fail-bank's *
"apt. boat, the nn
"The 1I.to1'of, the Churches, and Potted Meat can ________ .05 I
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why there ui'e -o> many creeds" Water Lily. "The fishing was fine, Coarse Grits 4 ibt. _' .25 '
Pork & Loaf
or" there were expert anglers in the -- ----- I Beef. Veal can .15 I
:\11', and :Mrs. II. ('. :Stanton of .
Brooklyn- :\. V., arrived in Kisimiriec party: to !judge by their! catch. i I Fine Grits 4 Ibs. _nu__ .25 Corn Beef Hash, can ______ .13 I
; Mrs Niles. Miller]) nee :Miss' Lena 1
wife thin will week lie remembered'( ;Mr. :Stanton; 1"\ and huvinif his LancaHle.and I two chiltrenof: 1Vest.I I' Lima Beans, 18c 2 Ibs. for .35 Vienna Sausage can ______ .10 :

spent the winter here ten years a Virginia arrived yesterday morning Navy Beans 19c lb. 2 ford .35 Wesson Cooking Oil. .35& .75 .-.. .. .. ..., ........ .
can . ....
o'l on a visit to her parents, :Mr. and :\11'8,1| : :-: :-: :-: : :":--:-: : : : : :--: :-:-: -: -: : :-:-:-:": ":'-:'-:": :.':+:-: :":":-: :+:-- -:->i"X :-
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for K.his:M. home Cai-M on Monday Reynolds; after" a wiekV .1. A. Lancaster. :Mrs. :Miller\ was ao i No. 1 can Tomatoes. 3 for__ ,25 Cream: of Wheat pke. _.._ .24
I companied: by her brother, tV..1. Lancaster ..
'fo visit here with relatives :Mr. Carson who has )been, quite ill with I Best Creamery Butter tb ____ 50' Western Pork Chops lb. ____ 35 1 We Are f
is I' nephew of C. A. and N. H. Carson j pneumonia ut Akron. Ohio. i : Fighting

and :.Mrs. J. J. Farmer of this :Mr. and :Mrs' A. Ilonaon] of Fruit-i I i Best Oleo Butterine. lb. u__ .30 I Whole Hams. Armour's Star .35 I h *t
city !
Mrs. II A. Wiley of :Mission, Texas, land Iowa arrived Tuesday for a !I Nut Butter tb _?___h____ .33 Sliced Ham. |16. ...-...-.... .40 ;h t ..
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stay in Kissimmee. ;\\Ir. .Hopson and . .. .
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arrived in his wife are no strangers/ in the city, I II I For Peace !
Co.,
the city Union Wednesday Telegraph on a visit 'to her having spent some time here seven Everybody cordially invited. You will be ,treated right.Split i
years ago!: and another visit two years I
parents. ;Mr. and :Mrs. J. A. Lan- resilience
ago. They own propertyat.
caster. the corner orInin. _: __ and Vinestreets. .
W. II. A'rnold. Walter Jones B. P. u. I Nickle GroceryPHONE I By order of the Federal Food Administrator 1
Jr. Bert Hulinjr
Spence, RolL Uiedel, The Kissimmee Women's club received
and A. Copper came up by auto an invitatiqn from the Wom I, I Y we can only sell wheat flour in connection -
I the Ki. immee Cattle Com- I ;
from 141. 422 BROADWAY.
en's club of Orlando to attend a meeting "
pany's camps end spent Sunday with. Wednesday aft.ernoon.1'8.. :\ J. I I'' tl 3;: with equal quantity of corn, rye, or X

homefolks. Z, Roberson, Mrs. L. II. Ingram!: Mrs.t !
Harry !Dale] left last week for the A. W. Bailey, Mrs. J. :M. Willson, Jr., 3*: oats, or rice products.
Kissimmee Cattle Company's campon and :Mrs.\ W. II. Makinson motored tn I 1- - - -- - :: /*'
the Kissimmee'river where he is Orlando for the afternoon t& represent _: Consumers will save a lot of time and
engaged!: !: in laying the brick for the the l local club :.:

buildings] under construction by Arnold B.V.. Cannon returned homo lust Casino ;
f & Mad'enough.: .. Greiystone conformity '
Friday from 'olumbia, S. C., where :
The Central Drug St re has had on I he was called by the serious illness of I :

exhibition this week, a. cage of white his daughter/ Mrs R. R. Tucker, who I \,

I Japanese dancing!: niico, the antics of is in a hospital in that city. MrsCannon .r. White Flour, per pound, .i'7( f
of II
been
I which have a source amusement has been with her for, some
to a great many people, particularly time. :\11'. Cannon states that she I Saturday Night i Feb. 2. _::; Whole Wheat Flour lb. .07 Y
t the Li
youngsters.Mr. was somewhat improved 1 when he .z-

and Mrs, .Marquiss.: ; C. W left but is not yet out of danger. I !:;i: SUBSTITUTES PER POUND : =: .
Platt and Miss Astella Wood are a :-olice-A': Red Cross! cooked food Billy Single ,Clifford and ,his famous Ladies' :
party of tourists from ;Monticello. 111., sale will be held ut the Corner Drug I Y

who are stopping in the city. They Store Saturday, Feb. 0. This is a Band and Orchestra --- in a New Military I *.; Corn Meal, white, ::
..t;. are pleasantly] located for .tlte sjrson patriotic service and every person in I :.
Corn Grits 4. 't
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\ in flats in the Willson building: on the city can take part in it by contributing Farce---stepped in Rag Time i .
Darlington avenue. food, fruit or vegetables If :*: Fancy Rice, 0 :;:

Billy "Single"] Clifford's musical, the ladies in charge do not have an .
; military comedy, "Over There" will opportunity to solicit donations from "Over There" I 1: Rye Flour, Ib. .3:
appear at the Graystone Casino Saturday you, then volunteer to| "do your bit II
niprht. There are said t> be a and help make this sale] a success. !

quarter of a hundred pretty /girls in Mrs. C. II. Burrows will be in charge. I : Figure it out and send order to
I the company. There is a ladies' orchestra Me. and Mrs. J. L. Overstreet, Mrs. .
pretty gowns and pretty mu- M. D. Alexander, :Mrs.' H. N. Bratton, PRICES: First ten rows, Auditorium, $1.00;

eic. Mrs.. A. A.' Wemple motored to St. next three rows, 75c ; next three rows,50c ; Taylors
Word has been received by friendsin Cloud Saturday to be present at the Grocery r ;]
the city telling of the death of JohnS funeral of the late ''Mrs. Chunn as an Balcony,' 25c and 50c. ,

Pennell, which occurred in a hospital expression of sympathy of the Eastern ,- ,- '
in Philadelphia last Sunday. Star lodge of this city. The deceased -- -7- Member U. S. Food Administration. 'd

Mr. Pennell has been a resident of ) was a Past Worthy Matronof I. ,
Kissimme for years and was known the St. Cloud lodge and the' servo Seats on Sale at Central Drug Store PHONE 250 : j

and loved by many friends here. lie ices at the grave were conducted by .j.je.

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.. DR W. ,W. CARSON r .

I The Dining Room of the., '-., DENTIST CROP PESTS: NUMBER 21 ..

\ Manhattan HotelI Office over Pilley Building f Ducal Calomel Sick Tomorrow!
I Orr\r Inure: I-ll, I-( Countj Food Commi >ion I Today
(off.) 'I'hun. 15S R...ldencn 'Phon II '
i is I Now Open QM AdmlnUtcrrd for studios: ., '
'This is the twenty.-first of a series ,i the glowing capacity, BO greatly de- Liver
Mrs. R. B. Savage Owner and Mgr ., Teeth of articles covering the control 'of !I hired. I Guarantee Dodson's Tonet '

1 J,. r. KRinno I 'w. J. TEST:- the may various expect 'on insects our I Florida and discuses crops' we I According to the Bureau of Plant ' ." ., .. .: ,: 1

KRIBBS & STEED shall endeavor to five directions for, Industry Bulletin No 105 tihe fi.re- \ /4,1,
)t ATTORNEY AT LAW avoiding trouble aa far as possible,I, 1'o Legal 'business of all klo1 for recognizing it when it appears'i i mcI I I"I( ', 'll;
I gives and for the best control. articles I manly uponpotaKh. Large amount constipated, Lcmlacliy, Listen to ,
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of magnesia the for
injure capacity '
prompt' attention.
cannon all individual
CUBSDI} FIIRMER 'Or let,. 11 and II Slate Bunk BJr.) needs, co I invite cover personal correspondence holding t sulphate of magnesia be ;,
Klsalmmee, Florida whether from the backyard particularly harmful. Sulphatesin ..
!garden or commercial pldntlngs. general injure burning quality, but f'1l10Iil) ffllivatesl! It's mercury. oi' .liver and straighten: you up ,
sulphate of potash shows such influence \better\ and pm-kcr limn nasty calomel I
SELLSFire Pat Jobnitoa O. .P. Qarratt MRS. N. M. G, PKANUE, Calomel nets like dynamite on ntlnggfch (1
1, Chairman of Committee on Plant less than any other form. Chlorine ,liter. When onlohiel) monies and without making you sick) ;
JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYAT.LAW
Disease and Insect Control,'Jack is also against good burning qual* into. contact with sour bile it crashes you just go back and get your.money.I '
ities. Lime in
form
sulphate '
Life Accident and ; sonville, Fla.'o 'I except take aloinel today you'll be
: does not greatly affect the fire-hold into iLcausingcrampingand nausea. f you f
Offlcai 10, It and 12 Citizens Baal. TOBACCO- ing. (capacity but is essential in the Jf jou feel l 'bilious, headachy oon sick and nauseated tomorrow; besides , ,

Lay KI..lmme."Fla.BuildingV Granrlllr Wilt is the most serious production of a good ash. Those organic 1.tiJ'lIh'land nil I Inwked( out, just go it may sRlivale.you, while -ii '
_. / compounds (albuminoids) that take DodsonX Liver Tone you ..
bottle ofDodpon's
and
to \
get a you
bility and Boiler Insurance.' disease of tobacco. Not only Is'pwnt a lessen the "glow'!' de'realle'rapidly your druggist '
full oi
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will wake feeling great,
I) >Tone few cents up
for a
LEWIS .O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW, doomed as soon a* infected, but during the process of maturing, hence work I
Legal Bonds Executed the' germs of the disease live in the I the need of allowing the, leaf to become Which is a harmless'vegetable'suV-: ambition and ready for 01
n' \ I well ripened. ttitiil?: for dangerous calomel. Tale play. It is" harmless, pleasant and '
soil for making it unfit
Needed. many yearn 'Thrlp do much more damage in to children they like it
Same Day a spoonful and if it doesn't start Bale to give ;
Waring .Building.DR. for pluntng not only tobacco but' po the' tobacco field than many growers -, - -'-ems
tatoes, tomatoes, eggplants or: realize. They winter over on weeds *
pep .'
,
erate twenty-five n- *
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weather and better rail move!:* said "there arc now a .
pers. Gnjnyille wilt like otiher di.s-. and are at band to attack the plantsas with five- ..
ment. dred Red Cross workers' ,
J. A. THOMPSON
OFFICE: State Baik Building eases of this nature, can be cariiid noon as net out; indeed,. the infestation " '
Quotations: Good to choice steers 'hundred ambulances in F.rance.: .
OSTEOPATH in drainage waters, manures and i often starts in the seed bed. (;!"
$9.75 to $10.75 medium K.75to
good $
particles of soil adhering to tools\ the They are worst tin the lower leaves ; NEFUFI/ ,
Yowell-Duckworth WOMEN. ) WAR '
JJldg Phone 494 but all the $9.75; common to medium $7.75 to 'i
spread
over' plant. The
feet of men arid animals, etc. Sanitary i- I
,ORLANDO FLA. field management is essential. 'Voung thrip feeds on the under side : $8.75; good to choice stockers and SERVICE' .:i\J \
of the leaf, but the adult feeders $8 to $8.75; medium to- good .
Remove at once with dirt around it, prefers the : ,
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$7,25 to $7.75f":fat:'cows,$8 to $9 medium J
TILLER ;
M. any plant showing the disease. The upper surface. They attack the' Washington, Jan O.-TJII. enlistment
J. W. THOMPSON veins,' removing: so much sap as to $7.50 U $8; cutters $7 to $7.50; of thirty thousand more women "j
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symptom are a permanent wiltiiK I ;
Real Estate! Agency. I of the plant or porton thereof with make them lighter colored when cur cannara '$6.50 to $6.75; yearlings in the military nursing service will \i
; ., I. :, brown areas In stalks'and stems from ed. "White Veined" tobacco sells for I $6.50 to $6.75; heretics'$7 to $8;' veals be required if the prospective needsof :.j
% %%%
$8.50 bulls
to
$13.50'heavy $7.50 to
Funeral DirectorAND which will exqde a grayish tv'hitic' only about half price, so the I loss is, ; the government arc to be met, the .j
Realty bought and told slime. If the number of infectionsdo great, in addition to-the loss in: vitality $8.60; light bulls $7 to $7.50.:; American... Ked Cross announced In an .
Houiei rented .. not warrant abandoning the he'd'' 'I of the plant. Thrips are readily Hogs-:Market. opened lOe 'to 15c appeal to volunteers last night.

.., Tax,!!',p.i i antlua; I'IJe. yerifi.d, ,, : by.lIrc. ,controlled, with Black Leaf :40. higher Ibs. .Op; top$16.35 1670.to $)Choice((1.70 hogs good/: 190 toaMieelr :' ,;
'2hVf '\'''''_\'""'",' .tssLf1eQg1tlagstalpykre.lessgntl f1.tla1'lwlt.Jltg-"I..Pl; lants +;" r.'iJlfolt ".-. fern Worms are.ever-w.ithus. but ; . '. .r1h11'L .
non-restaents. ; ; n11Red6lags .., .. .!: . ,, ,.i. .. ," .
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P for EIEEI SED TMg j (MII!If give easier entrance to the gprmt. Jit 'grreully" *aFyink 1 hunnberis. ;:some ljl5i7L.ate.v1tl : ob -. :::::;: ........ ; '! '''= .;;
Fire Life and Accident Insurance seasons they can readily be kept best roughs $15.75; pifrs'lUO; to. 150 "
: Set small plants to avoid the root ... Editor' Valley (;5azette: .
Ibs. to'
$15 $15.50 110 r25 I Ibs,
down hand ;
by picking but frequently
breakage which must occur in takingup more ,
$14.50 to $15 lighter pigs $10 for L I have, some money in.fny po"" -
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I Store and Chapel, Stewart Ave.Klaistmme. larger plants. ))0 not !*entc\a and particularly with viewto :
Indemnity Bond Common to $14 for the best.: At the sion belonging to :Mary l-'ea"l.
control of other pests poison shouldbe I !
It.aves reduce is
.. to' top as good pr.ic-1! {
Kla. I .
applied. Always use arsenate of close all the curly advance was )lost Please] tallsrid get it.JNO
tics under ordinary conditions, for in-
...o.oo.oo ooooooo. I< and the best hogs on sale br ught I M. f 10-):
t fection is likely to get in the wounds lead. 1'uris green in effective strengthis .,; :
$11i.5:>
muUy, and do not bruise the leaves intvirrjmg. likely to burp! the tobacco. January a.'jth.:; 118.i !' .
4'1.4POOC'444G .oo ooooI flea Beetle, Split Worm Bud Worm Sheep-The lamb marks, broke' 15to :;
Top the plants only in
Alexander ) diy -
t X Finlay I vcuther. and Suckfly are'" best controlled by 25c! today; fat si 'ep fully "t<'ad)'. IMERC i iNr WIFE ADVISES
Avoid fields known to Le ..:nf. .ted cleaning up the fields in the fall and Best' lambs topped $17.25 fat: IiIh.t'JII
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I C.W. GRIFFIN 116 S. Orange Avenue I with root knot (nematodes) ax the keeping the margins free from ,I $12 and $12.50; chopper, to $9! ; J KISSIMMEE WOMEN..
Orlando, Florida: punctures.. greatly increase infection.Kec The arsenate of lead used Wet"ds'l I ('ann", $H to $7; aged weth'er1$1'j ) j
J |. the field free from.sucking and I' horn worms, will .also' reduce numbersof I I, to $13.50; yearling wethers '$14 j: to "I hal Mcim.uli li-oul'it-J '"i bad 1
I Staple I and Fancy Residence and Grove, Sand Lake I bit'ng; insects. 'Burn refuse and d::1'I i fled beetles und splitworm. For $15. Goats. $7.50 and $8.50; kids $10( could eat nothing but Uifrui't; :Mini,
taxed plants. If in t bud worms the poioon .should L he shaken and) $11,50.NATIONAL
Orange Center ) put compose theywill LIVE STOCK hot water \ciythjng t..c soared' .
directly into the bud COMMISSION
the |
disease wherever the
curry and fornied: I'letnur' d 1 ;u i no goml.,
GROCERIES I I cO""Jost is Used. (To be continued.) = COMTANV.RED : i Es. )
A. M. Klemm't. I
Representing 'Mosaic: is mother disease to be con- 1 \'a' miM-iilii'] until I : ]J..I! Iou'h
V trclied;! only by sanitary measures. I ST. LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET. CROSS WILL PLAY thorn bask, gl.vtvrinc, e',1e.:1" nit xcd In
t t Free Delivery to all Part Winter Haven Nurseries Remove all diseased plants and lake,I SPECIAL REPORT. GREAT PART IN WAR !,Adler-l-ka. ONE !-I'uIII'VL: bun,

of the City every precaution against infection 101.-1 Ifited me INSTANTLY." l'au..e: A.i-.
,t I i'1 Mosaic(< shows in distorted discolored
January 22, 1918.
.. work acompli.-hed: by theAml.'rlean pall intestine it relieves ANY CASE
.ooooooooooooooooo leaves and dwarfed growth. In I Today's' )
Cattle
JOHN WHITE rib CO receipts: 6,000:: ;
Red wa's
young plants rosettes may be formed j 1 hogs 10,000; sheep, 2.800. Cross in Eurqpe II'constipation, sour stomach cr gas and
,
.W. B. Crawford LOUISVILLE KY.
Lee Jamil White 1'einr' See thrips.. 1 Cattle: No particular change in described by Major Grayson ;Murphy: ,('prevents appendicitis. It him QUIt( K.II -
CRAWFORD &: JARRELLA1TORNEYS.AT.LAW Liberal ..____.t d Burning'Qualities of tobacco can bel this deportment was noted today on its former directing head, upon his EST' action of anything we terold
and full value paid easily influenced by fertilizers class of (II )
I II any cattle. The trade shows arrival here .toda)'. lie declared the Central] Store.
Offices 4, 5, 6, and 7 Citizens :MRS:: I Though it is the organic compounds I a generally steady price level with American soldiers in France will lack DrulI;
Bank that'burn, the chemical constituents )yesterday en the rade broke! T5c nothing when the "ell 1 fighting begins I
I : Building Mldaa andCoat I impart the property of burning without I on all 'varieties. This decline was The major is soon to return to Franceto < Visiting cards printed by the Val- ;
KUsimme Florida'' Una flame, or in other words- produce j due to heavy supplies owing to mod join General Perahing's! staff. He j jley Gazette Job Department I il

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'. THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY FEBRUARY I, 1918 ---.... \ SEVEH 4f'PERUNA

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'I nmoi' City, according ta the 'plat 1 I I th. publication of this notice. I I'. 4'lronH Court Stale of Florida. ". ators, ot' by the director, at a meat

thereof flat and rccorrti-d In the office A'. M. HA Hltl ,. ra<. Judicial ( Iroul4 0..0c..ty. /. liitf called joe that purpose ,
I'i WC.T.U.: COLUMN J of the of the Circuit Court of F. I.;. AHTICLK IV
OHCenla Coufity. ."iorida.J'ui'chaser H. (1. VAS AtISEtS'AltTftLES 1: (''4.\n\ The Corp".alol shall have Bncce-
ti pay for dee4.listed OP INCORPORATION Hlon by Corporate mania
January 2Ph. A. it ISIS. \Vv, the undefBlrfneil. and b Dr. A. J. Ta'lo'r.-pIRlnant. ly, and IK to exist ..." .perpettaa"
( Mrs. J. M. CochranOv) O. P. (IAItRICTT.8lcIuI these of hereby ) AltTlt-LK/ )
Inc'orpnrntlon$ S *'
: | Mauler In Chancery. Mrlch. James H Halley and Lu Hallcty, 'hisVie 'Ti. business of th' Corporation
There will t le1t meeting of the W. Knmns & HTKKU.Molloltor dote "* together for th. l'Ur IJ.f"ndanll. l h" conducted bv Pr..t".nt. one

I Household C. T. U. Friday Jan. *J5. The last fur L'omplalla"t.. T 6t cotpornte poe of b..omlnl a hoI' politic to the It a/.Rrh'K I) affidavit a appendedto or more VIp-l.r'.ld..I. I Socretnry
the filed the aiicl Tre ,
11 aho\.llt.1 ther offi
( meeting on the 11th was',entirely. devoted 31 tM1'i'Its % 'I.". lowe of the State of "-Iorld. provldIfiu cause htl James II. Halley Ijou c.rl I" aMents, ns may alrh from urns to
to Red Cross work. The twelve for the formation InnR".nt. JRU'o' his wifetho d.f."o"n(1 there time tie olertoil nr appointed and by ti-

visiting ladiza: were Very able help- Notice 'ia hereby-nlvon that under lloiiH ll.ihllltlofi, the and provision Itninunltlen of whl e"lorl' ,,rd'If 1 and : :.d'resident of, tinSlate nfBr.f)4 less Dual.I than of three lilrectnjs nor c.n"I..111 of seven not

es!, and their presence gave much and by.tu.. of n Flnnl I I..ee In RI'f hereby necepteil, and we .herebdeclare >' Market Street; l.hla.I"I/h... Stateof 1"11"11. Thc offices qf 1 Secretary'
ntercst to the meet.inlt'. $'ha n'ry In tho camof Krd Kntivrsonvs. ; 'lh"t'lh.. following articles of rennsylanln.' twontyonei ii .. .hf
) by one
if. W. Weaver.; 7.. Hans I ant Atmli-, '' ant r'r nitty and
$"' "'poratlon shall Constitute and be therefore ordcredthat
It The
Seats an me Hoard. of
Coal Beer. ,person ,
vs. i I':, l l wife I ; Han Otinatriwtlon -
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IIH.II" the "hart.r of said corporation upon 'SBlil nonresident defendant ho tors IIhnl he .'l.t'Ied by the Htockholifer .
For fireside nvL-ditu.tion when the 'oml..n y, a ..i |i'"iml Inn, d.rNd-, the[ ... of r.t.r. Patent nccord- and are hereby required. to nppoar to their annual meetln on
Peruna eases thermometer registers below zero antH,, f..ndIOI'I In tin- t'irei lt Court of. log to law.AIiTICI..l'. I he bill of complaint filed In Bald cause the. third: Tuesday In ot each

the of the "It lakes almost u pound ot coal to the $, / Judh'I"II..lt I of it.. '; I. The name of this corporation cm orIxfore' Saturday. the 9th diry of year, houlniilnic I In; the J.ra' U. I 915.
burden Stale nf 1'-I"I'ld"' In a..d for Cal'.ol. shall be Febri/nry)', A. I li. I I91H, otherwise II. allegation 1- The Mti'clclnilili-ls of
housekeeper by keep- produce u pint of beer" asserts E. II. County, I. Cliaticery. I lit' U tide KISSIMMKK I VAI.WOT .cl ?. of said bill will l In. taken. Its '.1",1 at. the first 1 mooitnic 4 Curporath)1*

# Ing away the danger Leach, assistant Fuel Administratorof : U n Sp. <'flal I MiiKti-r' I In .'i.ii" ;,'r)', will I HIII AltriCUIO 2. Thn Koneral office nnd confessed h)' Hiclil defendantsIt : e"I ';r.P, ",(,' adopt the nece
7 of illness Ohio. at I .hl. 4iulet' .fur eiiKh I Id, tin ml. ti r liii.1".1.11"I\ '" of I ittisi ni'ss of thi Is corlOrntUin I 1M fllh... orderi'd Hint this order sary Iiy- for the aovorninent of'Lh
resulting "lie. I o ,, Itlil ii..., at I Ih. front ,-b from cjjlds. roughs "If tf>e l.uwitania were" now floating; In' Court. I HIIUHW In KlnHlnitnen, County, ol:" County. Florida but tho hoard of "..u.I .IM I In tho '1'"lmt""R' I elected or appolntud 1 .* 'Jr..crlbed

and; irxritestion' due I the seas! the coal used annuully in the of < ,,('(.1., State if FI..tll.l d I'II* .ti may oxtnhllHli flclm offices Icy, UnEetto. a. .W.I'"I. l'uhll"I.c. II by the 1).Ia1.
to catarrhal condi. mnnufactuie of beer in ,this the lofjcnl I "li iiirfi of vale i Molida.v, the4th In C"\'I places from hrl to. I lino a* salil Cmnity ami State. The rnl'.wlnl named pernnn shall
country .iSi.y <
tion.. It speedily relieves would furrl sh fuel for 'jfirouI3d:!< trips \ : ; of the
< wliiir I dcMOfllM-il .proirty.I.T.I | 3. This corporation; (lt.'ul Court J. I.. t''KItSTltIttT.I .orpo./I.1 until the onlr.".
and overcomes for the giant ship'and transpoi 2t1 six ( *, of I Illurli Six I 6)! of Hol{ >. exlnt petpetually.AUTll'lIO I II"JI I 4-lotk "Irl'ut 4'uurt..1 who .. /1"1." at the n -
these Allies PrNIi's to I Hi" 'I'"wn of KlxHlnnni'C Hv R II, It' ; tion iff otTlcor.shall I I bo ( )
d5OO0'tons!) <)(( (If. supplies to the \'dIIOI 4. Thn Ri>l\enil t,. ur.1. of \\r J. Steed, president
KrlhhH A stood. I ,
4lt
I to thiplat I"'IIUCICtk.
Its tonic( properties ImilJ up "Coal, used for the manufacture, lut'II' 1..1 the bUHlnoHB of I his coiporaflnii nhallbv ioli.'l ( I n. F, Krlhbs
the ('leik of thi'I 4 (or for 'ott.iiltt put n I. Vlc'i-presldent. _
the strength of the physically teE in Ohio alone would furnish nrnrethanlO ""I't.Ir..r.,"H.IR.r Ih.l Codiilv. 1"III't.\'I'ul. mid I tn elrc-ulate 1lul. or,I print, rmhllh.| ..a('o.llrl I with 4-4 I J., I'mml't llruwir.. Secretary, and
weak and down and its SC nnUI' tlt. ' ;
run
use I I to fOI'' "
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round trips and carry nearly 1'1..1 c"I"I. fnnewHpaperor newspaper* or other J'.Rt..d.
nndV. 41 F Krlltlm and
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In remsrknlily onnvalrsronie.henelirlttl.emieclally( after, 1Iilp.II 2,000,000() tons 'of. supplies. a year'! 'to.he I"iitfd JamiHi.t\v.' .211th it. t-R,. .\A,Ayr'I \(11.1 ., I I ntihllcatloiiH ho ituHilesN a or hot irctwiiillj I to-enfry on I..5 \ CHIIIIN \ >( i,:7'I.Ohl.1,; the' !'<.". I 1..ln.t: .llro.. shall be; thn, Directors.AltTICI.K ., .

KEEP IT ON HAND Allies Si'i'al| ) I Ma HUT 4 In Cliaiiery. ,ifid u."pal'r proprietors i MesMlon uf I.ia.lt.lAmount ; "1. :
Renoral I hl"h'r.; t. cariv on I' of iMlciilonllait: Mciiior liyOar Th. highest amount [nilehterlneiiit
The wt< e housekeeper. has rVnio "It requires 180,000) cars of ,OiO) KttiFtin4 &.. wnI.t.,, : T-fil and w hen It 1""hRI $ on hnnd for loittiint use even Ifcalanhnltmutilea trains a lay, to( move the raw' rnater ..11.1"" I l'I.h.II",1 trade of of ifcneral prJnterB,, HIIT; < >Ki| ,\:I': lj I liy t 'o""cl of'' can nt any tlino subject I tact|C. Is TenhouvanH
il.i. nut call for Its regular ailmlnimmiion. . al>4 to breweries. .! .fiinifLver Htntloner*, photOKtaphorvphoioKraphlc the City of KI"llmlw,', ' < 5 ni., HID Iiollam.AltTICM3 .
hi. .tiiI'i'iit:
. A dose or two la tliacoften ,'I'I ( ,printer*, ailverllslnor Sortlwri, I I. "hal'I lie unlawful , VII. ,
prevents 'a long III......*. ,"We have heard u great deal about 11..r .a'insI nl..r .1 iiKoni, to und.r/lk. ail transactall for any one %wltlilti', n of th I *' The nsmiMi nnd resiliences of th*
Liquid or tablet form the ffriiin in the deer and about thsugar 1 It ldl of hu"lne"l r..II\'. to th. KUthotlnir I Cfty of KlHHlmmoe.1 ;, Florida:: ,:: to. $'< lit' sIhi't'llIiig: IncMirporntors, together
I. curt Nil C'. f Jiu.. "ovrola of hlH 0h'r 1.,1. nt .. with, tho tnimlior, of Rha.ro the
I Manallq Tablet are a splendid in the l teer, hut we have heard : uld dl'lhu/l.n I I Ilroln"I.1 I anvono tm. o eapi.
laxative for home. UMI.A.IS little the 4 ..n., iIorSta.In If otury sort a nil I kind I to I a .r.I'fUIIIII) of wrltHkoy, tnl I "lo.lt ..h".rl..., by sot oppo-
about coal in beer. Coal is
the druggIst lent natural I .POIBOII mlitht or beer wile 11"lcM"1 liquor, situ ,, as follow:
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THE FERUNA COMPANY one of the principal ingredients. It re KHtiile 0' l.lnrle. Monrle> l CMiuld I. l 1.lhl.h. print, Jbtml, miinu,, than I N a L 11"I I 1.3' thoHtato No of
Olumbus.. Ohio.. takes almost a pound of coal to Notice lit-ri-liv KMMI I. a ll I wliom facturo, lss u. It.'lul.I .., *ell. IIMIBC, hire.and I l.aw' of the tlt. i 1"lrlol.I..t'tol =on" HoKldonen Shared
producer It may eunevtn. that on the SlHt day deal I .In I print*. 2. .\ ) ,'r..f \v. . 11.1. KlHslmnuvo, FH 7Hil.
a pint of beer. uf July. A. 1 I'. in IN 1 I xlmll apply, to the Ira tiles, hooks,paper mairaxIneB 1.lln/h'K", .. I I l punished Imprisonment I forit F .. Klsslmuic-o, .'1, 1

'.o."hl. T. ,M. Muiphy, Juiluinf naldcourt pamphlelH, kiiapH pUhl"Rt.n",., 'period not o,...edln. Hlxty ".Iii5'it' J. Kmmott lirown. Klsstmo, Kla, I
The state road department will beg1n'Qxkat. as Juilire of I I'roliato. l"r'IY .''111'1'111. |bY a nnti'ticit cx( I One HurfdioilItoad I IN WITNKHS WIIKRROF wu hav .

LIST ole ,\HTICU:$ TilE SOI.UlEn' > final '11..hRrK. aw &1"I\.r.) Q'f I )i. .nl"I\'h'll.. Ith".a/h. .I'hln.a.14U_ lolUll' \ .1 h.'1.l1.. !IbN'i'u" It w.i '; ,.5,
on.lPfllol"tl. OloJ.J.pllut'l llt-trntn !
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''''' !Ii. :r w* w.;;;:, IhW.S.TO 'WIAIC I :r,i'W .;, [ h"ftail-!! 'jid'lWiitl-JJut. it 'in-.4 irst class l '"C.It<'Ci,1'M&"u"",, "n.I"oJ.lrni. I uhotvit pli-rure>nlr Hi,1|> :: 111us,I $rot, ions I'liotollthciuiaphH whetherol I -, a first and, H. .iid, time I byunanlmoiiH t'm"t' \\ J. STICKD: ; uu.\\)'

ArroiinlH >H Kxecutor of sold I ronMtnt and llassel tn opin 0. F. KHIBBS (Seal)
condition from end to' end in this Oh) f".1 / ori'il or without color, nnd by whatBo-
,is list of the things Unclean ...Ia. .n.t fink for I tiii r a""o\'al. evor the : HHHNliinthl liit iiay of January, A. I' J. 1 :rlJT IinOWN (S.&I
Here a state. The machine surfacing will be Dated Jiitiunry 201 h. A, 1 I proci-HB or proeoMBcn" damemay I SI 5. .
furnishes his soldier boys in theway thoroughly! and perfectly done and KH41L.RSTON| WH HfH.'CnN.7.innin6ni hI l.rodlc"l. whether now exlnt- !,'. H. I.A\SOS.< STATS 4F I FLORIDA )
The the historic Kxi eutor.4'AI.I I' Inc l.r"Rf..r he. dlncovered or Invcnted Alt of wenrinR apparel. laymanwill trail mad of the
one I In,1 1..RI I) I 0 carry on the J. U.. aiMlKRT. Clprk.Approved eOIST0"" OSCEOLA)
be interested in reading about best roads in the state. -ttlllTI1IIIMtllTl! business of *. .IRlon..M. book January Tth, A. f). 1918. : That before me. the
what each soldier will have to( wear -' -- I'MHI "11'.1 11"11'1', hlld'rM. I I h"lra Ih.ra. book I JOHN 8. CADKU undersigned I Notary public In un4 for

besides it will be a 'means of enlightenment SOURACIDSTOMACI1S5GASES -'IO'\ *, ...r"o'I.rl., ulnker cleeIrolypvrn 4-f.t Mnvor. tho State of Florida. County' of Osce.
book paper onvelojio .e and porsonnly appeared %% Steed
to many as to just what aoliiier's OR INDIGESTION The 'cltV "x'ulv. committee of the Ink ninnufact urci8, ('nKI'RV1 and MCflllj <>!" AI"I'I.I''IO' loll TAX ('I'IHi..'. Krllilis and J. Emmett nJ.. tamo
wardrobe consists of: ..It. in a ,. 1> mot r..nl\ nndformulated n.aJ well known and.known to be tho
the ,.following a I.uhl.h.'ICI.1 The Individuals In and who auhaerlbedtheir
cal : 5. mount of thocnpltHl .
each slicker
One or poncho.One "P pe's Dljpepsln" neutralize excessIve "white man'a primary" : I Block of ibis cnrporntlon ..hHI 'Notice In hereby xlven that J. W.Mllli'r. name to the for."oln" propose

each belt, waist adjt.. acid In stomach relieving' \ The city executive c'ommlllee of tho"white ho Fifteen Thousand dollar, purchaser of Tux, OrtlllcBton 'C'hRrt.r. and they ackno"l..d..d that
Two pairs breeches service cotton heartburn and mnnn. ,.'Hry" In. the. city ofKiHBlmnioe Into ole hundred and fifty shares of No liSt and 11A2, datfd thi 8th due they executed th**, same for the pur-
dyspepsia . ) ( and provide for the Iar'Rlu. of One Hundred of 301 h', A. n. lit 14. and Tax CVrtlllratm -' IIOHC-H therein expreBsod.WITNKS8 .
O. 1)). distress at once holdlnir n "white mRn' election "ol"rl ( hand and official
primary each. Any part or nil of said No. 1844. 1.14A. 1347, 184t. dated my seal
One pair breeches ssrvice wool to be held In tho city of Klsslmiiiee tal stock may he paid for In property July Cth A. l 1 1915 has ,",.d aald at KI"alnln.C. In the County of Oaoe-
: O. D. Time it! In five minutes all otom- 11.1 compliance with the laws of labor HertocoK at n. jut valuation certlflcat In l y o"le. and has inadf. ola of FI..lda. this 10tb 'da

t :Three each chevrons all kinds itch distress due to acidity will go. the State of l Florida Raid primary to to bo .r'fixed hy the In"'porltorl Ml a appllfatlnn for tax d.-oil to I".,.,- I In accordance of January A.IIOMA II. 1915 THOMAS )
during the hours bv law with law Hald certificate (Seal)
fx.d meeting called for that
1..1.1 -
''I total of three only. No Indention, lieartliurn sourness or for. th. hol.lnl I of eIet Saturday AKTiri.IO 6. The p-unpone.affairs of embrace the following dK each hat. belching! vl or t'rllf'tation" of undifeBtpd for the nominationof hu"ln"ll My commission expires Meh. 8,
One cord gas M..h this corporation .. ,' bya situated In 0".11 County, Flor'tla .;
( Puhlie
Notary
dizziness foul candidate for city eleCtle office to Ihal .. Lot 13 ."I ,
Two pair. drawers, summer' jean. food no bloating brfnrd of of not le* thnn. to-wlt Lot H
ho voted for at the generol 1 lo Mlock (1, Kot 1 Block A Ix t 16 Sleek
breath or headache. .I..ton Ih.. .' nor more thai >
Two pair drawers winter. held In said city cif .. onSaturday AHTICI.K. 7. The "ev.n.annual meeting (1, Ix>tn Zt and 2R Hlock O, and Lot 3.1 LIST OF NAMES STRICKEN FROM
.
\ is noted fir its
One pair gloves, horsehido. Pape'sJia"'Min[ March 30. IIX. of the Htorkholdor shall bo bold on Block II, all In Marydla. THE CITY REGISTRATIONBOOKS
One pair gloves wool O. 1) Bpei-d" in ri'triilatlntj upset .stomacli lluslltteallonii . ..... the first Monday In January of each The Raid land h..ln. assessed nt the
One each hat service. It is the .8urent, quickest stomach wectncr Those and only those person shall year. at which meeting there shall date otthe sail (','rln..ateIn BY THE CITY COUNCILAT
In and besides it 1". permlttecl to vote nt, or participateIn bo elected by and from Htoekholder the name of nknown.V.. V.atH.
tlie wliolewirId" the A MEETING HELD ON JANUARY
One pair laces hoe, extra. the management of sold primary a bonrd of for the Jr.. H. It. Smlh.V.. Hampton. .
One pair laces leggings.| is harmless rut an end to stomach ..I.'lon. who ore white. leotors. w.ho yonr. The dlr..eto.board of ensuing sold < .hal bo redeemed according 1ST. A. D. 1918.
lixtrPHSBt ones lijr petting! a large flftyent their I adherence to tho ,principle dh'e'or to law., d<><>d will' IHHUHthereon
One pair laces I breeches. : d. of man's" no elected shall meet Immediately) following on the 3ntli day of January Anderson, John (col.) moved from city
'UP of I'ape's I Dlapppsin from any and organisation 'I. the adjournment of stockholders n. ------moteil from
One pair lejrRings cam'as.One t. A. L). 1918. Atltmal. I. cly
'
"nitf .More You realize in five minutes party In the ('it) KIR..lmm.e. who annual meetlnif, .n,1 .hRI or- j. T., OVKRBTHEKT.I Alderman 1* -.___moved from
for those the I.f the city of Klsslm-
leggings leather by
pair are Knnlxe. by : from own Alclerman. A. ------moved from city
how needle it is to suffer from indizestion .1..ln. | Circuit Court.
ineo' lawful who ha\',- (
electors or
on .rk
authorized and in lieu of canvas. number a preRI..n., vIco-prcKtdont, 3-Kt .. County Florida.V Atwood'J. K--------- from city
disorder
!D. woolor dyonrpoia or any stomach 1"01'ehr'mr)' f 5, IIH. paid their Hecretnry ntid hut tIt same .. llarno Henry (col..moved from city
each Ir'aaul'.r.
Two shirts flannel U.
nu t'11 hv fermentation due to poll taxes for'lh. yea I SI S nnd I 1817, pc>ron may hold the office.. secretary 1>as. I>, A. -_ .- - --=:moved from rlty I
sroy if supplied. !xec'Bulve acids in etoroacli.GOODTOTHE who have leulstored up to aid Including . and Ir"I"rer.AHTU. 4'IIH't'IT ('III ItT "',-1 OJ liryani J. If. ._----_ "moved from city

Two pair shoes marching\ -- March 9th. 1S1K, and who'pl..dl. X. 11. MtoekholderH of KI.OIIIIIA. SIt ":>"' ""UU'I-'. Muck, I.a.'alettemoved from city
thomHeUos to abide by 1 Wm. I. __ muved from
city
cotton two th. r.ul thin corporntlon at II. flrt an.null IIH..I.r. --
Twopairs stockings ; 4IH4 : >t; > .
; snlcl pilmniv election and the ( JU"I IT, iol.44 Hulloi'k, Stanley .moved from city
01. or a* soon thereafter n* n
stockings. wool four pairs of DROP n..ln. l > ('lit 4'I! I"'. .. . .
pair ; pr LAST nomineetlior<*of nt the .n"uh,1 cll> lro'i the noceHHary Bunlell. e. .o.lo.d from city
either kind. election.4ullflotl. for tho ad. of this Iy.JRWI. Caiiuva It. < _--- --moved from city
%' Two each lairs-! identification.Two ..ns of (fandlclalr iroveinmont 9. 'Fl.e highest corporationAHTICMO nmoiint qf" William ,J'. 1"lingonplaInant ('.rrell. f. ._ ___ ._ _ _____. _..dea.lChlsholm
Those. mid onlthose' perHons, VS.lerank. A. ------moved from city
'-!aet, tape for IdentilicaUon ho permitted to ... enndldnte' MhRI IQd..bl..dn"11 Shall or liability Which thrl. Van Agnew and Arthur K.IIOIIOKIUI Caldwoll. F. K.moved from city
.om. corporation nt time bo Hub.joe
tup-. wards. MflXWELLHOUSE to be voted for In saul primary any I I)e(ends 0 I* I'nnn, t "". -- -inovoel from city
."I..s t shall I. the 8um of Fifteen Thou
It nppe-nrlntr by afridavlt S ppcndeii Chns. o.mov"d from city
elections, who pledge themselves In I""U'IRI.
Two each undershirts cotton. Hund dollar.
to the bill tiled In tint nbnvtuti It. 1)------------------deaillieltK
of said
Two each undershirts, winter writing to Hlildo by the 1'1111 AUTICI.15 Ifl I'ntll tho .fli'Ht eloctlon -' c-ntise that Frank Van* Annow. one of AlOes _ .moved from city
election
One ench coat cotton O. I D. primary 1 and .ul'lnrt thenominee I of officer the ii usi'lies,. nn< prudential tie elvfe-nclnnt* therein namd 1 Is a nonresident Flfo: Warren u. .__moved from city
S thereof; wh. pro qualifiedunder R"ah'l of hIs corporat lit shall i of lbs State of Floil.lit, and "Fnrel A. 1-3.: Uh.o..mov.d. from city
4 One each coat wool O. 1). the laws of the I'aof Florida be co.i.i U'ted by tho f.lnwlnl I named his residence In unknuwii, over the nice 1"lnt. I... I>. _____--__.moved from city
One each shirt khaki in lieu of one und city of KIR"lmn.I ,"lc( porBoiiHV: R lr."ld"I( : '.. of twenly-oiia years: It I is therefore) ( . Henry '. ...Amoved from ciy11)r
O. 1)or .1.I.C at fliric-eM .. be. Killed K. Vans Agnew, vlce-presldontj, K. -ordered'Ihat said i ,,nonresident defendant < .oik-.u. r"-ij.i. *______.
Krey,. '' "' COFFEE Kach, elector In thcjeltvjnf KlxHlmnieaqualified .
>
"' Vansgnews.cr'tary43jini1 I jtreaBUwhlchhald I listS 11(1 hc / ls horby rcicuilred Io np4 11.II< 1-1 moved from city
'j,, y iOneicachjovercoat.' to ivoteynasnld f"rl".I.1| | soffieersthall not ltut h hear 1,4111 1,111 ofPeomplaintIhiled bin ,oved from city
neath. mf coatdenimn : lon shah l.ztv ) th board Sofdl I rector*! soul nun* !oi' > f orstaTh u rsdayB lIt flr..n r \ ,.itv5d| | from city
le lrln.all.Ifor HA JJKTheftldonci' "' I ili I, a l' iimviid from cityniived
ea' denim UT1CI.IJ111 7Uff.l\Vl"
ouser wTOltSnea\7! :
ASK YOUR GROCER Ole "a'o .|porpthiBuliHClartlcleanoflTnc'orporntloi '' I' 1 I. .. ?J ; \ ,, i I 'II I t4'hr Jiiht from city ,
I Inc CI"\'IIHfto I 'I 14I't' ., to I II lica) t n IttinaBMaron f cHm-d 1 Ii said jdeffnU J J'nntJMlMiMp Jllol I W"I _ne>vod from city

COt NTR HOY$ OT MIYSICAL, One trtasurertine ||| l he. numh..r..f.hRfelt' I h'flIH I 1IheM : >ved from city
. ,ml""I..I"Rn ta" stock : i S furl, r iItrd that lb 'I or.lbe Johl".n. Jr. n"v..d frcyn city
J'ElIORT() TIIOSK ..ol..lor. follows-. publlHhed onc a wppk for eIght .toliisun. I'. H. n. _ moved from city
Tw. ".,1llates, for members of CityCounell ht "am. are.I .1 oMMitt-uHv. Hpeka I In 't lii' KlHwIinmt i Johnson J, K moved from city
LIVING IN CITIKS I"onrs ".0 i'hi. Name Heldonoe Share1V I Valley I I ltar.etti>, a newxpHr| puhllHliiiItn I I I Ilmh. 1. M.( .nmv.-d from cIty

Fixe mem bora of executive I romtnlttie I \ KlHSlmmee. 7nF. Hald I'ourilv nnd State I,: .las' \Vlal.iinili ..deaamoved
; H la'rrll. Ffl l'hls 27th dllV of llei-.MTll.er. 1 I7iCtctKcall I I -, )Kdwnrdl ; from citymoved
According to the records of the selective for line year 1' \lnM Airnc'W. KlBHlmmec'. 1'1. 1E I _n
1 J.I.. OVRICSTRKKT.Clei l S. II from city
Time for llusllf log .. KlBHlmmet I 1"/.t'r. .
service country boy:, do not I.IUH AK'IW i Flu 71
Kneli .. to hnve his k CIi'uit 4'ourtKrlbhH 1'"I''I'I'r. 'J: I moved from citydeail
; show much physical superiority over peiHon' "h.ll. cloctlonbnllot I WMKKIOOF; u' ImVhereunto '" I Steed Illx. i _ _ .
I name printed on ma ry &
Hot our nnd I lila
lu' hlnlla R..t" fur Complainant I 2-St r. }J' J------- moved from city
. those of the cities. For purposes ofonparsson -VTOR. SIN a ,'11.1.1,1.' for any cIty of 24th day of .Ilnuary.: A 1). Mils, Inll"ln"H Martlo, H. I'---------moved
chairman of frbm'lyM..RI'lnn'l.
(' selection Was made of 0 L 0BONES 118,1,1 ttli' wih Ih. thin ""'I'U I': ti" .\I'I'I.U' "I'I'U" Foil I.IIT. J. C _ _.ln.'"
cities! of 40,000 to fiOO.O'O() population -ommilot.I '"C"I'" 1..lrll.ry 2"( F. J VANS AONKWK. : I'fl'liNT: .AM IN40U- 'oh vet', T. S __._._--. '...' from city
I not I,'e of candidacy Ind aool-I ( VANS AnSI'\; 1'1':1": ii'Neal 1. I I. --____. ._movd from city
and a corresponding set of countiesof I ,'a I Ion 'I 0 ci' hi I* na'mes no printed. STATE OF FUOUIHA I'OltTI4>\. I Parsons, N.1 l> _ .___ movod from rity
the same total size. In the physical upon, n blank to be fuinlnbecl 101 thchairman )B* I cjooittis '_ .moved from

examinations! 28.17: for cent of theCity nf this committee, at l'o('STY OF '. 'S11 )l.,\ ) Sf JTJt'I': IK heleb' ttl\en tl\at\ theiindeiHlKiiol 1'lllrk.. II -_ _ moved from elY
RUBBER COPPER ('0"1nl..1 liy the amount of his ansessniont .- UK: )IT "NO\S' That before, me till) .I the I 11lli .lay of 11 I he.( \\' :1 I 1110% ed from city
boys were rejected as against I ii- specified 1"10', ".,,1 no tho ii lid,'rsi n." "'\' public'I I In anil ("..II'Uu.y. A. !Ii. 191! 11 4. applto the J ITatt.:: i 4"; II I1"", .1 r, = :moved from city
:27,!9fi) per cent of the country boys. TIRES BRASS name* of nn> i suc'h Ca ., shall I I bo for Saul (''11)' and I/R.. perBonallvappiaieil I liovernor of Florida for I l.i-ltelM I 1'ItI I','t'si..ts. "hl. 'I.1 .'_ movcid from city
printed upcin "1 iou n t '< or ret u rnl \v. H. II A F I lnc-or|>orutlliK C !'.; N Ti A I. 1) Hf q.iMTOKK Hluls, Z --. .-.moved from 'city
'f'J' TUBES LEAD If printed iipnn any IlliCIt ballot jinxes AUNKW nnd I'J.: t II.) VANS AU f'A tome ): undi 1 'r the f.lowlnl I I proponed ItoKc-rH. I': I'. -. _ _-. '.. from city
till provision' .III I I have boon cotnpllucl I 'well I k now i\ nnd known to :I'\ I bi, Charter and A rt i h' '' I .ra LI'.,., |{IIH, l D, \\". _.-_-_ __moved from cityKoirerH.
; ROPE SCRAP IRON with the lnill\ldualB\ named In nnd who 1. nub- ropy of wlilrli hiis been. 111.,1 In the 'J. J, __ --.moved from city

k'J' _.=: ; ; Form ..f helloS Hcrlheil their nnmo to the foreKolnirpropuHod .IT... of the Secretary of State for the HolliT.; I K. 8 ___. _._ _m.v.,1 from city
The I I In Bald primary,ty ..1"I'I.n. nc'knoH lodicedthat NI.h' of FI.'lol.W Stnlth, Jas H _.-.--Amoved from citySiilllinn
PMWTOl .oln"
IT TO US WE REMIT d.Ier. 11.1 , 8TKRHII.
"" SEND olin Ii Hocond, ('hch'eh.llot. they oxooutcd the. Biime for thepurpoHo "d..m".1 from city
K, Kill I IHtSJ. .
: It I.. moved from cityHeaver.
In with the Slurllnir -------
provlll..nMn c'Xpreed.Vj'ITNRSS :
Write For PrkeIstPfiSUL4RMETAL: rom1ll.nce Ih..ln IIROWX
of the law nnil the hand nnd Henlnt 1'III'J1' Clmille ------inov"I from city
.' of the en tii nr.\ .* for ';i.aht officeHhall KHlBlmini'i*my. County and 0,111.1 ,"',.- AICTICI.RS" OF I ISI..HI.OHATloS< ( NR U",1"1.. lieo. N-.___tno%'ed 'fram city
ca /.I \\ the I Ii, \ A. . _ . .moved from city
be printed on the ballot In alphabetical ] ali,'. thiN 24th day uf January, A. H' e. uut'ral.I. IMHn.. HAt -
I, 191*. dale .u..a r fur II. ,imrpone .. \\ U. ..1.moved from city
657 C.BAY JACKSONVILLE.F o..r cif ". of bec'Olnllllf hodv I I I and' Santiago .IOl"I.h! A,_.moved from cityi'tnti'iiiil
HelpaoYourBit'Grow The c'otnmIttc'o 4'antaM, shall'urn.meet nt fn'cloc'k w. I fRA WI"OHn. ('ii, I..I under: the laux: of tinMate Harold h _ _I.t from city
Notary Puhl. 111.r Florida nt h."hil. I THnncr.Valter _.., from city'I'liiii'iitOi.
of and we heieby thattin
I). 'in.. H'' the 2 nil, cluy of Marchmix. .. '. I.Ir.. \.. on .x.I.'..* InllnwliiK .- of 0.\,1'1.-" SV.. ____.R..d.. _- -den.lWind.
In. rli,. Cltv Counell .h.n'I. o'the So. 19:1 1-41 tloll Khali ,0.ld.1,1. ln IlK', Clliirti'i K H. -. _ -lmo\ed from city
Biqqer(fops LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTSIn city of "1."lmn\, a nI puhllc'ltinliviiss ' of Halfl"l."a/lul. \\ nlih.V I K! _ _ moi.'d from city
thi' rj'tutns. I In arcurd.inciwith :"1'1 I': TO C'iii-in: 'I-CIKH 'o.tnn.. I'I'I' : I, \\ood. S i: _' m."'d from "ltv
: the iirliniirx' c'lect Ion law of ('liir- - The mime of Cm" pora: lion shall tV'gv'r. I P.iul K rnovi'd from clivinovi'il
I lilri. and .I"'h.. what. ".I.I.la/d. hot' Ill hurt of the l'nnnl>' .Indite. (Vfnte ofFlorida. be I'RNTICVI.; 111111> :. and tin' A, I.. .. I from Ity
rtri-nlt. C..r. Slule 0' FlorUln.rn ' >>.. hei, .n nominated fin, ,".h \oti'i: . .....li C....I y. prlnripal plaeu' of ,<".1"1'111.hlU I Im Inthi \\'IIIIA.\dll I I I I I I I _ .I.lr..I/V. I
Now is the time to make farm 'tty
*,.iintr.IV c.iumnitti-e. within I I two days thi'ri-, To nil CteelltiirH, l'nnti'i-H.. 1 Mm rlhiitc'os Slate, of Florida, but the bontduf Tin' ('",,,, wil m. ,-t mi Tuisd.iy
'I
/: and grove pay real dividends. CII \ >< I.HV: aftcr. IIhal ...,illf\I the natncH of thesi' ,ami all *.>rsiins having, cl.iluiHor I liliictom, may i'HtabllKh branch of- Ir. bllmty I 191: I\. at 7 3U') I I' M.
.,F...'. I':. Hr> ..... 4 i*..ilalnnnt. i ,, l' clvinir, the In ,
t., A ready market and goodprices ."III.I..nr"r : 1"11.1.1. auutnst lall 1.1/1.; lll'CH III other plaeiiM: flOIII_ohio _to__IIt'I''II'J "' to ar i .oiiiplaints nf 11"i persnnrlntmlmr
_
\ .. an, > _offle, (a the city Juth"llh', - Y. nnil .-a.'li.ft'iOi, tn-rt-lw-n". -dfnired that their names 1"" n Pert
..; '- await all crops-you can If. I':. llrjfin. U..,...,......... uf iHKlinini'i-" I tl noinlrii'iB, of thinliailj 1 tiflid.,anil, ieeiilii'd) to, "r.pie-Hctit' all)' ,t I I If Imprnpeily, tl""."! fi'.nn ." 'Ixtiatinnllnnl

win the --- I for olTlc'i'B voted for nt the claims, anil .inn nils' l\ hichnu, 01" Th. Kriieral the iuoin'ss produce. Help war It .ippintlnK' ' l 1" nfflil,,n it iiipinli, >.I l u-etn"rnl election, to be lull M.inh 31.II either ofou.<, iiav ha\i aualnnt Ilii'Mtiii' ,' nr liUHlneHHeH, tr bo tranHaited b\' thinI'lirpnlHtlntl :'ltCli"i I K

and make more money. This to tinbill Illi-il |II) the) 1110-.1..1.,1 .r .' "1'S I "Phillips., ileOoaMe'il. shull l I. 'to "pllirh.lMe lilldopeiate
OLIN.. that II 10 Ilt\nn.. thi*. ili'f.,nil.uit .\HHVMSmenlMFor l. fat\ eif 'Due.,nlic e'ountv. : tn ...11 11111 Wllill' Hale lllUUHtnreH lIl( i: 411' K\ii 11'1' ..I Klt,
year make every acre yield a II f ii' In iinnii-il In a IHHI-I i<.""'.,1 i.>.ftin the |1'11'1"| | >SI- of .h'f'II111 the etcpi I 111" Ullili-lsluill'it, I KxiMMJtol: 1"1"1,1\? , ; to ., and I "..1. 111'1., ixpotjl' U/"IIIC.I:.
.itf Klmlila nnil, In r-.Idit l and Meal I In arid ret' i 11 i ..illilruifH '
big profitable crop. Mali' a I tisi'H nf the prltnarx, pl"'IIII., Itic'luilinu tNt Ii I i', I"hil I t\\o > *'ars from t I date at wh.I."I. '
nf I'hni'tifx Stnti* of ,\tl7.nni, i"vi,1' thiit .> : the pfivmotit of InspeitnlH' ,",,1 hoi" oofluitir, mi i4t<' .. I'llul.I, ,'h'II.'al.., II. 4 onnlr Juilurn 4 c nrl.I (boepiia ('ou..
. iif tw i'nly-i>n,' )''''"''', It IH t I i.rSf..r ili'ikB. ",'lnlll of hal< ..t.. I tin- fnlIIIM Hoi"i'ml.el) S4th, ,\ li 1 I'll 7. ..IIs. llveAlllflH, 1 I.,".\I I.. ,.. ( ,andfincy ;", Mule of 'Ior/d.
.mlOK'il Hint ,,"1.1 niiii-ri.-Kl.li tit I Inu HHBeSHiui. ,'. I..' li-\'led atraiiiKt I I I .I'II"'H. tiiii'y, ifomlr. iliuuulHtHHUllllrhX '
Use Favorite ,id fi'iiilntit In' and, I h.Is hi-M'I'V r"'iuliil | ,'- |it'nHiiect l\ c c HiiilHl.iteH for the \ atinusolTIi K-t 1"1':1l'III..II'; ,' ,, HoapH- pi I'flllllerlfH. lllIJiilH| 1-: I''. K.ii'bem.
tn :\\1'1" liT tn ti... I'll! n( romiilalnt, ( '.-. I In l.o fill.il] .I'.al' : I"HI""I""I l '*. a|.11,1'( ''M .mil i clrrfer.Nutli" .

Iii li III Klllll, 1.1111.. KM.. or In full' Fli'l.H, M t,i.u" fit I .i- ..loll.UKC'll'lk. : I" lilt 11 HIlt \. lll> oplesTliltia." Ills - t Fertilizers tinI': nil tl.iuf Filnnily.' li lliis.' II M, lloll.HSTtltlHIltil IU"II """1.11.( H. plia i in.u, i ul I' "I 1 mil, L.I '''Id I
I ..h"I" tin* .ilU'U.it.. of Hnlil Itlll mi 11'h..n... ." ,1 .ill ".h.1 ui'"ilH .mil II l 1M hirebv Kin to all wh.nI'
J ill !I..f. .
IIIIIH '
: I 'tUl' llilll.ll'HMaiMh.il In thn 4 Ireiill 4 oiirt, Hn4e of I'lorldei.r .
I I \\i11 In t.ild] 'n a. ..iinfi', ..Ni il )byII 11..1,1 : \ ,ami tnc.illcitor. rive ilol- eiilh Jiicllelnl I Ir.. hls'eiliI iith.l I t .iltlihs I t |I'i i I l.ilninu, l o 1.011", I I 0',, i in.HIM". that on the 14th da'if, .

1'Iw.ui. hlgli.gratlt', dependable ). It tVMilnnl" ,, .. ) I l.i i"M. ..0.'. ... :l hii,:in', ,iinHS H, ami.It'5:I/1 t; 1,1: ;11' ,:",'.1,,, \\at.i nod.i' K'.1.1'' :' i- I fl I 0. ) "I' Mniphv:1014VK; :Judge will or apply srild In(","lit.linlu. tat
li 'r ntili-riil 1h.it thin orl.'rI ,
(Vrllll/crh, I I I arp famous I In* r.I,I fmnIIIIHI l ml.i fit V Council, I tun 1.lar IN C M \M I.Illllenclrlk : ",.11" inain? pulilluhiil nhii' a \\iiK tul" li.'i-l.rN I ,
I ' ilUHi, " ". tuli.Hi") ' K.toilet , illui' IM Mx; ""UtnlB nf th. "'$tut'' .Cnu'iri't
for I tiniirudin) ) 1 tlon[ of good, > ut i\'.' \\,pi'kM In II,.' .KiHfimmi'iV Tin, fulliiulnu, I .: iiiHpec.' tiirc, :and eli'ik Illiikln In"11 IHiikln. his ,.11 11,1.! i,1"1.| > ]ini|'>- On' !line Iniluiics. \ fi'r- ,illi'v. ::ix'tI .n ,".,,MJ.1' l l.ulll..h..1 I II nil li.iel.\I ill Hlu-nnti( to iiimluit' t iiiiil .ife, 4 .hl.II.'.... ,i I I iitlnr .utlil'i I I i iinnliiilal I I. llnillllu i.ii'l, that nt the Haui'v inn" wiu-111 pr.-
I in .ilil i .MMII.V 1 a.| SI t 1" ptiniarv, ilcrtlonIIIHIII : | reulsliliil p.i'l.t" our html 0'iilint5 as t'x'-outm, .. 'ifroil,1
ill7. ] for inn'It fieldeFCIiH i'onrll I"'H'' tn eiil' |1.1.>\
I i-s crops ,
ThlH 24I,1iiv i.f .1.11111 ifm t <. ; I..,'" 11 N HrHlton. ,, I K, n 'jiitog I.. .. n.. J. P. 1'/.1111'" < .1. ]./h,,11 niH atM icml il 1' il ks fnr tin* "putpii :. '.) .stall, rind 1 aick fnr theIr ".pr..1
rllrus fruits. There la fClnult 1, .1 1 i l.. (HerMtreett Hefc'nilniilM. I ,il I -
NoVomhi tth
\'JHTHII':1' \ in w..1 I II: I.uiifi i ii i T ", > ,mu '01 lln' flii'l' Injxilleftslii i.it A I I.
a Kiivorlle formula suited to "'"11'1 Si' au) l <1 .."11hHIHH Mel I Ililu; ,i I' Kn IK It llplie.illtm, by alTiil.l, V It )l "/".",1.,1to I I .bu\,., ell ami, ,I"alil im.]li('DM x, I I' CLAIIA M I lU'TSoN I ,

your .'rulIt|): and soil. : : PTIII: 7''.1 W C'. lit::, 4'hHlim.inMtllCI.I'H I Ih.' hil til..I( In 'th.. I i I..c'- .iteilcaUHc lilt 01,. lllllCI \IC. to Illl pieHI lIptlnllMto ( \ M. HUTartv, .
.soli, .> inr < 'iiinpl.ih,.nit (.4 lilt, I.. ,II. 1'"w"l and J. I' I'hll- I otlnrxvlHi- 'ariiuin Executor*.
Order, spring"; fertilizers - - -- ---- --- III' IM'OUICII4TI' III- 111,5.| 1I of the .h.r"'Hlln/l tin"rein hnl fl"'hl11.1. lt ''..,, .. anil r. tall, !1"H" 'tip.. CRAWFORD.Attoi .
; early to be sure of getting \I 't "'II :ir' t 1.1: 1'1..1.I.LI';: i. \1..1'1 r.Notice : xiatned are Inn-I'.llden/ t I. State, In,1 otherwlni' dlHpiiHe of phonok'rapliH.talklntf ney, for J Executors, I -m -tnt

them. Write today' for special of Florida, .n,1 nre rcHldents of Sitinc'hest.'r taiiiio's. and musical Inattumeiitx -
', Xotlcc Is hir<*liy Hlvon that t un.li'1 Is hereby). given that unilerglgnod , t .ae. County. Stato cif Tenne'ssejo. of all klnilx toitether with music .J.I'1: 'T"I's :() ritE
( price list which describesour and by virtue pt Finn) t.ec're In"hanrcry I. HuppllcM thereto, to
( %$'ill. on the 2,1th day Ken- o\er the* UK** cif tW"I/.n. Ine pertRlnll1
complete line. < In ). "nl. of All<',' WiLder. runr.1. !>1S, at In' o'tlopk A.tf., or BKnoon years; It IB therefore- ordr.1 that saullionreSident 11101'1, to 11.-1. exc'huflg'tiortgage. .. In Court ol C'ountr Judate.Florida Slat of
joined liy hi-t huslinmi. J.VlIder, thoreaff'r an we can be heord.npily d.f..ndanll be nod are hire let I.a.. othrrwlHeacqlllle
We cell need p .. prtctm The Waters & Carson Grocery Company < !.>\ernor of the State of "'l Cal', of c'omptaintftled In said cause on or the purpoHo of drul stores, la Estate nf 'n.o.... n. Tat....
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.. a cor\oralon.- J. B Smlth. his office In the State house In thi' b'or. Friday, the 22nd day of February and to do RI acts and In connection 0..1 Commttjr
; l Indrpendenl l Fertilizer Co.JlrkaoBTlllr. n..f.ndanl., pending the'CIrcuIt City of Tallnhaanee State of Florida A, I>. ISMS otherwise the allegations such busIness; to acquireby
purchajie or Otherwise, own, hold N tire U hr-et-v. to all whom
of the Judicial rirrult
for of will be
Pntent said bill taken Ih'.n
Vim. F.v..n/h our- as confessed .
1..t"r Incorporaln. of
buy. Bell convey, lease mortgage orencumber It that 20th day
of the Htnte of In and for Oa- """" by Hald defendants. mRy'n..rn.
J. Hrhnarr &: Co., Orlando. ceola CounIn ellnc.'y. the undersigned Into n body a..oclal.politleand "or"orat."Ue"flaorR Under It Is f.rth..r ordered that this order real estate or. other property April. 11.. I shall apply of to said the
or Honorabla T. Judge
as Hpeelal Master In Chancery.will the name of KI3SIMMBK VALLEY I be publlshed once a week for four con- personal ARTIC.E lurphY. fer
If own a citrus /KjroTe. a.k sell Court, a Judg ,
you at public for cash In UAZETTE. aecullve week In the Val- n
Oulc1' Kla"lmn.. The Administratrix
capital tock of final discharge as
tea COPY of Schnarr'a, Spr.7Book. hand. to the at the \V also declare and show ley OHiette, a published
newspaper .
which Illuitratci. and dacrlbea > hereby II thin Corporation shall be Ten Thousand the entata of George B. Tatman -
front .door of the Court House In Kbsimmee -* that the following charter article aald County and State.
peati and dl...... attackIng ani ((110.000.00) Dollars, to -divided ceased; and that at the same tIme .
O>c.ola County. Florida during of 'Incorporation Is a and This 2It day of January. 191 4. Into Court final
citrus trM. and talla tru. one hundred ((100) shares, of the will present to said my ae-/I
cuntrol them the l legal l hours of sale on Monday, complete copy the. original of whir/ J. L OVJHSTH"IT. lu of lf>na Hundred ($looiu count as Admnllstratrlx of said >/
how to the 4th day of March1 A. D. l 518. the I., nowi on "U' In the office of the Re/- (.Circuit Court Court. each which Maid capital itbck and tor th.ir approyaL

following descrIbed property retarvf'of State of the State of FI'/ S.al Clerk rlar. paid for either In cash or In tFe. 0 rk D. .
rLot Three (3)/of/ Block Three . & STEED. 1property. labor or services, at a justvaluation &xs Il MORRISON.

P __ '-r Lilly's Addition/ to the Town |ot KU- the tlm required by, ,law for, Solicitors, for Complainant 8-41V/ C to b. fixed by ,tb. Incorpor- .. A,_ .Admjnlstratrlx., J|



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EIGHT THE KISSIMMEE. VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1918 __ .
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iWaten this page for our SHOE AD VER TISEMENT Next Week; ;'


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ise9 T'1 "it- will' be ;II. called]1 meet lug of "

Notes ili,. !Ei''inmleeVpnlei, 'i. Club at the rf i ;
Society : IIi'I; 1 Memorial) I Building February 111:! f' SHOES.-' :

I 1.\ II ,ii'i'iillmrti, at<,? urged to be prem-ni I I ', ,
(;:\'rH.' 'i Is:, 'E;,,"' VUIM Ixlilor.( ) j: ;; at; the niteing.'isllols:. : did\ thu city r i a II

''f '',: ;aH'< ,loidi.illy-'inviU'd lo attend.MRrDO'ER : oFf.lew the Latest Style
I Our large stock Shoes in all
Request U made .to all patrons of'Ihe Valley Gazette to tend itemi '.. 1 4j: j PASES AWAY ;

' J>{' Society!: Event: '0' the Editor for publication' in these colums.: t..1.| --. and colors 'have arrived and are now.' on exhibition
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t |, : Mr. ami ;'Mrs Henry Moor, (fl ('ft ,

_ _ . . .,_ .,. ... L', ,'. .'. .' '- .. .., ,.. ._ _' ," . . . . . .i\\: fUii.fchtiT; II'M. HKJUR-II'IOIK her son, ,i .
"" """ '''''''''''''' T.T.T.TN".TrT.T.T.TTTTYT V TIll I
+ 1 + 1 t.Jdu1I'Ir'lInd; :Sirs taro, 11. Miller; ate at our store. We have for your approval: f

+. -..JfXI"UIO:' ', ::; A.NP: ) Mt'hlC'\ : Hlli''JIII.\, I'.4R7'V') +. visithlg henry Hai-per' on "lydfe) !! ave- : *
:, I' iu:< 'ir.\L + -+ JI J nxio. ;Mr., hoer t); clime here hoping .toiiv.iirove
i.__. -. .. '.*>. -+ A paity was gien Plulay) ; night\" : \in I 1 hiH'h '"lih", but '"ssed'a Queen Quality Shoe Florsheim Shoes '
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:Minn Elizabeth .\Ial t n.I'aIl. ;'J tfaiW:, hnnor of \the Io1'1} hilll\: of )jlisi :W.i-; ) . .
and Minn I .Myvtilw 1'. ' Davidson) ' on the :U'!:!nd inst. (On account of seic .
XprcMicii.\ //.fu'tl'b A \{I'Y ('l1jI| ivin': \/ 111.8111t'I'h'I' vf 'tuszxkt. will, t givg a I'''\'E.uing, was spent with .)nii--io- and; I \< W-jhter\ \ weather in :Michigan they: for .Womem. ,.'\ >' '. For Men .
recital of leading and 111111/ afu \'1idi .}ilattd the'rc-mams- rare of Underj4l ( e
berat, the High School auditoliumFriday ic-fronliment. of delicious' fundw! y Vhr'. I >('r Thompson. and will remain hero $5.00 to $10.00 ;.<< : $7.00 to $10.00
I I fin u short time before ,
night l-ebruaiy Mb, at 7IO:! c iki'H and chocolate( were seri'ed'. leaving for
o'clntk. The telatiM't of the pujiiK Those' the . heir home. , .
\ : cnjoyinft: C\'I'liinJr' \<"''< ; I i' .
enrolled in I these .1'PIII'\.1ll1'lIt8\ ui'i'.in-. :Ar{ Mini :Mrs." Redwood; Mr. and Mrs. j SHOES
Shoes For. Children DOUGLASS
.... vii cd, }1.0 ht.I, I'I'eH 'nt. '..', : ]lividKon, :Mr. and,( ;Mrs. H. :\1.I"\ 'iwt\o,'' REV. AUSTIN DIES AT. p':_ .. .Educator ' l'
':..'r,..roe u,-' J b6v L'fih; : rll-'t' f .mt? J,1i.w.r4ij..H'I.I., !! ;.! JJ!..:(.,. ..L.A.1W..1....... a",1.T.r '. _. E..NEAILEAST..LAKf. .. ,
,: riano'iiuet, "I if J'uirj.J1.'c'I( :; ,.. l II:,4:"V r i"l1'JiTir.U'lI'11'9'f''f; ;' ' B. ssS. ... ...i.............,....\...... :' a: $ .50toi: $4.o0: .,';f.16$3,.30: to &.jpM-. . .
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Harold VerneVi.sfin.. ; ; . ." !' "I .7J:".; :'";, .
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DuUgull) and | )1 I'i ix. Alma Cooper, JeHsu : -.<'o"lK-ll, , UcV. I II). ''S. Austin, who lived on\ "" <
Piano number "r'lov\er Song" Kvuh and Po chie; )Pherliro'' NV-'iic I East: Lake near Fells'1'oinf) died I at .
((iU"t8Lal1Jre( ), Jeaneitu )J'I'I v"Lt. i i Si.t\'tuna Ruth and i Prance, lrit.Yund )Jus home; last 'Tuesday He was a nuI I I. Full line of Lower Priced Shoes for Men Women and Children. .
"(:ran'dnidiiia'.H FIII'I.dilh' .( \; 8'1' lh'IIMrll: ', William Roberts iliMtn Ros'. tive of Kent County England; and came I ,
Tupper), Olivine Savage.: I Addison.( i'oinell,. Oscar liafber. to I this: country 75; years agoHe haw I j
hubert' "Keieimde" (arranged by, -- -----_. resided near) KisMuimec! with I
S. Heller). I.illie1.; !Hanson.( ., +-...., .': .. -+ and daughter; for the past eight n'('al'1 soil) H. C. Co.
Tisliin'," Alpha Went fall. ' ._ .ITBIJC,. : KIX'KPIION) : The/ deceased/ was a minister of Stanforcf
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"Jladnlena\ , (Paul Wu hs) Emily: ]' :Members. of the Chuich of Christ-+, Christian denomination' and engaged ,

I l Sanderson."Birds", nf Passage," (E.. Paid inl) at the coiner( of Broadway and Main; community in farming in He which was he known lived and in was the '
street,
aie giving\ a public reception
I 1 Helen Keed. pOIulul''ilh all who knew him.
Friday evening, 1 Pebtuury 1st J from s

Rogere) ] 7::'M to H'v.V.10:30: ) .in honor of their new I DEATH CLAIMS F. E I simple, harmle-< ;feptrtlor, ' "tit r-- :''Get Your Job Printing From the Valley Gazette
II. Coleman
pastor and
"What the Wind Said" (Zitella\ ) wife I CALDWELL AT ST. CLOUD moves the l'8tnrrha' i jujs I f''n 'n- .

f 1 Locks"Starlight) Annie,"Story waltz. May. Winn. i I at Stanford the home 2i() of South:'II r. and Vernon Mrs.avenue 1 H. Clay 1". U Caldwtll) ; one of St. Cloud's intestinal nation which tract ,and'ar-' i
"The Song of the Brook" Kather.I Visitors and residents are cordially well known veterans\ died Tuesday stomach liver ut, :'i :1\1' unul\ -"'.r>:ents : ':' Ji
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( I foe Tiller invited. after a lingering illness The remains including apjHT'i) f-, <11111'' .!"si' .-.ill!
I "She Liked Hun Rale Weel," Helen vide shipped to Omaha, Neb., for in- convince or !reV fji/J.ji'l Fir : i i
g 3 'Winn.ta LOCAL NEWS ITEMS terment. !sale by J. 'A. Roi,..'. r. .lr'Jtf j ,..' Poll Tax Notice :
I "Will the b "Blue-
) o Wisp ( ) The deceased was a charter member ''r 1 ?
t' .Bird" Caprice Olivine Savage Manager' Woodback has secured the of the 'first :Masonic lodge organ THE MAN TO GO TO
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: Transcription "Nearer My God to ized in the
"Birth of a Nation" for Jihe special state of Nebraska, and For Miili-lrrlun4l4. ,
Thee" Johnnie Rronson. was Worshipful :Master of that lodge .'... e%|.ert tlrnltinu1 Injoii !
I attraction at the Grayst9i Casino :: Kissimmcc i Fltt. ,J 15,1)18 t .::
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No. 9,, Op. 47, Miss Edith Miller. for fair week. !It will he shown for) ten yeais. He had a life membership I-.r difficult. and Intrivnto nitr\ya. I
on l' wllo oust rnrl.I..n.
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t Pantomime; "Abide with Me, Har- I Wednesday, Feb. 20 and Thursday. in the lodge at the time of hisloiith t-'n. rrlnfi.rcnl ftunrte v.>rk.K .
V riette -$('ymore. Feb. 21. ( and 'also .-in the Royal Arch <.r ,<*c>ntrrt* ..rhl...**i nod tnlnlnu. .
Nocturne E; Flat (Chopin) Verne Chapter. ..\il Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. :Malloiylio are lli Union WILBUR A. GINN. Civil EngineerS
was a soldier, a memberof '
1' speifdmg the winter here. were visited. Co.: B, 2nd 1 :Net, ('at'alr '. He was :\I.IIu11, I-'I.HII r order
.. by their and his to in the
+ -- -'--- -- --+ son family from the step-father) of ;Mis. W. I. Baibi-r. l- J : participate City
KKCKITIrtX( LARGELYATTENDED Mount I Dora Sunday They returned ---- -
I I : I with their son fJ"u'e'k's visit S

i + The public reception- ;- given to 1notl: his home. at GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS" :j: Election, poll taxes must be paid :i:
The cooked food l sale I held at the TO CONSTIPATED CHILD
ter visitors at the] Hurt M'moriull Osceola Pharmacy Saturday secured l BunnellBarclayRealty t. Feb.
before 9th.
building Tuesday evening or Saturday
featured on
was -, I .
mora) than $::1{t.i for the local Red Cro*" ,
by perhaps tho largest IIttS'Idan'e'of fund. ;\Irs.o'. S. Gilbert j und Mrs. E. Delicious 'Fruit Laxative" eaif't, tiarm *
any of these events this season, CJ i.; Vans Agnew solicited the articles tender little Stomach L""*era :
and nearly one hundred and fifty people and were in charge of the sale, assisted and Bowel I Co. ,
filled the pleasant looms to over 3
by Miss Helen Basil. j

flowing.Mrs H. Clay Stanford and Mrs S. J. M. Lee, C. B. Klam.: Mr. and :Mrs Look at the tongue, mother) I e _:: C. L. BANDY >
\Vml. ('hihl'y"Mr"lIntl \Ve qontitl,,, your littld ono's stomach :: . ..,. :
; II,!;.Dul1ock& er $joint;,hostesses( and : Ir'c4< ! Bank of Orange,, ,, -. .. ', ' "
McPhatter f and le nctvl leansln' I
} received i thef u'sU '('I'jrl'Jand!: j1J- \ 10torl.do'uthpol'tlIhuri" howr1 a n1'hen ' ," " "
i erntlhospitality with'Kru'etSouUijThef la' llr a pima in jotevish eras list. es nr :: ';( : : 'i';"IsTax Collector!) : ",<::j /
," se "hr 9j muted n !\I .e'flimou loan n o aturas .,
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mJJorMJ hefoyenm n Orland F lorida !)" _
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p. :;a tided 1 .Ihelfollowinffjentcrtainin 1U < IIt!betuc: 'Ehe.; OU tonuce uu ('ul hni o ::: .\1'1'I"' .' >\(,/ If.i{: ..:', ''I" ::1.; :.,
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ical rand rTeadinJr'numb i-/i!/ thepurlexprl'! sad hemsI'c_I delighted throw inrrhma flit( 'I.' '" "toO''C W1.'*ruh '}:
Piano solo "Nocturne" (Chopin) with"their outing' and wf, t/'altlxxlllfUl"r'ef'n" Cali ornta u {:..:-:...: : , : ; .
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Miis\ Zaida 11, Lee pleased with the country Figs," and in a few hours nil tJ1e ful >0
Reading ,Little Johnnie :May.' Encore I A. N. Harvey who moved his fag I' constipated, \\antc. undi C'>te } "Kntertainmif Sitter's Beau" fly here 'fme/. weeks ago from ;Missouri our bile' gently inoout of iu tittli, .
l>y request. and is living on :Main.trovt.. lioMbU without griping, and you lnu, j o
Voice, Somewhere a Voice is Culling has secured the .slate agency for well, playful child again.* Ask jour .
," Mrs. ('. II. Burroughs accompanied Floiida for u new steam farbuictoifor druggist for a'"bottle of "California
by :Mrs. It. ('. Elum.: automobiles, which, it is claimed directions syrup i of fur Figs, winch coutuiiM full
I, Mandolin will half the babies, cluldri'U all ages
solo "I i Know (Charles save practically gaso and for
Gibbert Spross) Walter Lee. acconir lone. :Mr Harvey expects to make a grown-upo.
panied by Miss Lee. tour of the state and will establish KISSIMMEE WOMAN NOT
Encore, "Ship Of :My Dienim. ," local IfJrl'n..jjn every town where WORRIED ,
t (Solman ). there is. a garage OVER FOOD SHORTAGE"I

Piano solo, V'rnVilson..
( Voice "A Prcam," Mrs. Burrows. For Indigestion Constipation or have lived on toast unci'ut'r"
BiliousnessJust for over six months and have '' ,
A clever '' ( 11sl'lIrl'.ely .
i guessing contest atTord'dunlimit..d
I i merriment and contributed try one SO-cent bottle of LAX-FOS able to eat anything for the "
y to general conversation and absence WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive stomach past year.trouble I begun suffering from
of any" formality Laxative pleasant to take. Made and and bloating i 5 years r
A friend with
recommended to the public by Paris Medi- ago.Wonderful r'omml'ndl'dIayr's: a one egg
_. Remedy and since taking MUFFINS
t -- cine manufacturers of Laxative Bromo without butter _
NOTICE: t 0 doses 1 feel entirely restored.; even _. jY
+ --- + Quinine and Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic. cabbage doesn't hurt me." It I ii a '\ I
:Mrs. Mabel Stevens, who was to
have lectured at the Methodist: church Here is a Way Cottolene. muffins Will Cottolene give
this evening, has been obliged to cancel 10 CARPENTERS WANTED 11 .
to make) ) '
all her engagements on account of I I.sc--to: any occa your muffins the avor1

lost of voice.Combine Only First Class Union Mechanics need apply. delicious muffins sion. Just take that real muffins ought

i" patriotism and! prosperity Arnold & MacDonough Contractors without : to have!
expensive '
by planting a few acres of castor I
hell nil. Citizen Bank Bldg I 'Klsaimmee, FlWeTrove butter : It will. Just try one :

I 1 ''i tablespoons melted I batch of muffins with

.. . Cottolene wholesome Cottolene .,:
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f. usual 11 lump of f butter 1 tablespoon sugar and see I

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f.f. which you melt 1J4 cup milk You. may be surprised .,",,'
the
and stir into your I C11:1: at small
f. quantity of Cottolene
Our Words
muffins melt a 3 cups sifted flourS in the recipe. But t

( Wi ,small l lump of f : teaspoons baking don't be. You should s

wholesome 1 1 Cotto- powder always. use one-third s

by 'our ,deeds- 1 IC11C--Otte-third I I scant! teaspoon salt less of Cottolene than f

( less than would i you ordinarily use of _
Whene proclaim a progressive spirit and altitude ill (the policiesof you butter

1 this Bank' towards its customers and their banking needs awe |prove use. -of butter.. : Now of(course this enings.or Not other alone short-for. ?j-'" '
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