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 8, 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: VID00841
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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j COUNTY COMMISSIONERS CHEAP JITNEY SERVICETO INCOME TAX MAN AT FIFTEEN DIPPING VATS TO'



COURT HOUSE MONDAY

;4': MONTHLY SESSION TAKE UP' FAIRGROUNDS ( BE LOCATED AT CONVENIENT

Secretary A. E. Thomas Is arrang A representative of the collector of
ing for a convenient jitney service Internal'' Itevenue will be in Kissirn-
for transportation to and from the mee next Monday and will remain

MATTERS OF IMPORTANCE county fair grounds: and is calling for four days.. His office will be at the POINTS FOR CATTLE OWNERS
J volunteers who will run their cars in court house, where he will figure out

accordance with the rules. The price and tell you just how much incometax ...
._ .' must'be uniform fifteen cents one you owe Uncle Sam. .
tr would miles way, or twenty-five cents for. theroundtrip. If you are a single: man and your --
The Board ofCounty Commission; cover twenty to thirty a
? At the meeting of the County Commissioners handled it decided 'that each'
and that by this method all the Cars must take their income from all sources has I been over was
session day
met in regular on.Mondayand *
ers J outside turns leaving the fair ,grounds and $1,900 the past. year you will have to on Monday C. S. Acree Commissioner should appoint one cattleman -
roads oC those
transacted a large: volume .of in (pre county and Pat Johnston addressed the board I front his district and that this.
.t ,already bricked could be kept in the city. This will'insure fairness to make returns; or if married and your (
business! shape continuously. Commissioner all. The necessary license to run car income has !been over' $2,000 you will) on the subject of dipping vats for cat committee should decide how, many
r, Clark Howell appeared before' the tie, and strongly urged the rhould be allowed each dis'
buildingof vats to
Guy advised that palmetto or pine for' charge will]) be provided by the .have to make returns.'
r hoard and complained; about the dam fifteen vats for' this Clerk Commissioner
work. trict. Overstreet
fair association. ,; The'safestplan is. to see him and appointed
needles be on the rouds after
which I U holding up the ditch water they were' dragged.put The board did To make a complete success of the have a confidential talk, end you will Overstreet informed the board that C. 'S. Acree; Commissioner

J next to his property. This water he not on this proposition on account plan a, number of cars will be needed' know then. just where you stand. It according to instructions at the last Guy, O. R. Bass; Commissioner Bass,
ftatcd. caused' his grove to have the"dieback" I pass of lack of funds at, the present the more the better, and anyone who will he a risky business to try to gel( regular,, meeting he had written the Ed. Whaley; Commissioner Mach, E.
and still
two years ago date. can do so is urged to apply to Secre by if you, are subject' to the tax, as' Comptroller and requested that he I.. Lesley' and Commissioner Milliard
continues, to injure his property j S: M, Cornwell. representing! the tary Thomas at once for part of this the government has many ways of might transfer $1600.00 from. the A. D.: Story, to report their. decision
b Commissioner Guy made 'u motion-l Peninsula Engineering & Contracting privilege.: i finding out, things these days, Special Publicity Fund to the general at the next regular: meeting. The
that the water be drained off in the of addressed the ... fund in order provide:\ funs for the' board also came to an agreement that
Company, Tampa n
t direction of the A. C. L. railway and 'board business connected with the building of these vats, and that he $100.00 would be allowed for each
on
. lun under the ttack.; The motion passed St. Cloud-Melbourne Highway. JHe had received permission to do so. vat: and that if on accouqUof trans-

.. \w;.dsttaut3ed( and the:;t4darthisalw road& superintendent" ': .r'' '...was"Secretary .ii. i ttefuretne.I:II J'UU ill work<,l.bt.J:! would!gn1:le!9.J.Q.J.CW1IJII;commenced! ! ,; .LINCOLNXBIRTHDAYJMLUBE: L -It_: The. board't'l-(!took': att ',.thjs.,,i,matter 1tI47i1ii i,.u'nd up ',] ; ): :; '\ : ...,.,..

. '= .A. 1 Jo::. Thomas of the as no convicts were available before' after an exhaustive, discussion as to which the vat ,was to be, built,:should

," County: Fair petitioned the board, to Chat time. He asked the board to : the way this proposition was! to. be stand 1 the extra expense
refund the extra license on autos FITTINGLY CELEBRATED
TUES.
I Illign .nnnn.ro.wv
up the contract in order that the
running for hire to and from the
j bond might be collected and
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fair grounds: during fair week. He I ed that the work be dona in SUJlJlCst-j ,
Asid'that' the city had consented to sections so that it would be paid for FOOD ADM. PLEDGER FAIR HEADQUARTERS
remit the license and that the fair
the service every thirty days. He also asked that Febrpary 12th 1918,, will be duly. all visitors and citizens to ,come and
authorities would control
and hold the price down to 15 cents the present ,contract be changed to allow celebrated under the auspices of Gen. loin in on this memorable occasion MAKES FINE ADDRESSAttorney OPENED FOR WOMEN 1
allowed. the company to collect the' ten O. O. Howard Post No. 35, G. A. R. is extended and 'hoped to see every ,
one way. The request was per cent 'held out until the work is of Kissimmee. A cordial invitation is one take an interest in showing how \
The board also agreed to have the completed. He said that the For the accommodation of ladies
I county extended to everyone to come out and well Kissimmee can render tribute to :
Court House decorated for the fair' at was fully protected by the. company'sbond show a grand uunion of heart and Abraham Lincoln. Milton Pledger who has having articles for exhibition in' the

a cost of-$15.00.4 of thirty-three and one-third per hand on this great occasion and pay. Flags Flags Flags and Flags.; been appointed food administrator women's department at; the County
W A. McCool Jr., appeared before cent. Attorney J. S. Cadel advised Fair a headquarters will be opened ;
ing tribute to one of America's fore Please put out' your flags on February for Osceola county addressed a mass
the board with a proposition that the that the board could sign the contractas at No. 20 Stewart avenue today. The
most men at this time, when patriot. 12. Let Old Glory float in Kis-
1 founty furnish the lumber to rebuild soon as he'could communicate with ism is the watchword of all. In no simmee on every business place and meeting Sunday; afternoon from the building has been cleaned and put in'

f the dock at Kissimmee Park for the W. F. Cocke, chairman {State Highway : better way can we honor this every house. If you have none get band stand, during an intermission'of readiness and some member of the
convenience of the citizens over there Commission, and that he would the ladies' committee will be there each
than by all combining our efforts to one; you need them now if ever. Show concert! Mr. Pledger's ad-
and the mail carrier. He stated that take up the matter alt soon as pos show the world at large that we area the patriotism of everyone now that dress was, patriotic from start to finish day to receive these articles ,and Issue
the people of the Park would do the sible. receipts for them. The fair management .
united body of true American citizens we ere called upon to do honor to our
work and furnish nails, etc., and that Clerk Overstreet read a letter fromA. , knowing no North, no East' grand and glorious Union. and was received with hearty ap will have them taken out to
he estimated the cost of the lumber E. Drought in behalf of some of West or South, but a Gibraltar of Exercises at the Casino .will consistof I plause. His belief is that Osceola t he grounds at the proper time. This
about $65.00. Attorney J. S. Ca. the citizens of. St. Cloud protesting citizens will include the canned goods and other ;
was strength to ever maintain one long, vocal and instrumental music. A i county as a .dell said that he had discovered an against the paying'of the $1000.00fee lasting, free and glorious American short parade starting. from G. A. R.. co-operate with the government in exhibits intended for .the domestic
? old contract referring to the building to 'Attorney J. S. Cadel for legalservices' conservation asked science department outside the cooked
republic. We ask all Confederate hall to Waters & Carson Grocery Co; I any measure of
of the original dock under which the in connection with he validation veterans.to join us at Grand Army and back to Casino, will be headed by I I them and all they; needed was to be foods. These must be taken to,
of the bonds of the St. Cloud- the the aide
county paid half the expense; On Melbourne highway. Commissioner hall at 1:30 p. m., Tuesday Feb. 12. Past Commander Vail and everyone I told what to do. grounds day they are
motion the matter passed. Exercises Casino at 2 in invited in and Mr. Pledger this
Guy stated that ''he' thought the fee begin at p. m. to join make it a i.( expects county to METHODIST CHURCH
Emma Baker colored, addressedthe Opening address by lion C. A. Carson memorable occasion. ,. II take a foremost place in the ranks of
was too high. Attorney Cadell defended at 11 and 7 m.
board on behalf of a colored family followed by J. W. Cameron of Comrades the state in observing food conservation Preaching a. m. p.
who are indestiti circumstances. his. position by quoting opinions Ohio. VAIL! and to make the work more effective by, the. pastor. Morning subject:
from Geo. l> .
DeCottes attorney for "God's Word Like
is from the i who the time WILLIAMS he will Bain.Evening
The paralyzed Everyone can appoint 'a
woman spare I representative
the board
Seminole also
fromH.
county "Seeing Men Jesus Sees
subject: as
knees down and has five children M. Robinson, clerk of the court for sfiould make a special effdrt to be BROWN of the grocery stores, a representative .' Them." Preaching at, Shingle Creek
three of them babies. She had then I I Orange county, and ex-Senator Massey present.<> A good program has been LINCOLN. ,,from the hotels and.reatau- --- a
moved from Marydia to her own placein of Orlando in which they stated arranged and a cordial invitation to Committee.RESERVATIONS |I rants, and one from the households at'2:3It-p.'m. have:
. . . . . __ The Baracca class will charge s
town in order to take better care of that the, fee was a reasonable one. - ---- -- - -- . _n"nnn and a price fixer to keep the public informed of the prayermeeting Wednesday at

them, and asked for $6.00 per week He said that the regular fee for m..t> NOTICE OF MEETINGSIN I FOR I of legitimate prices. These 7p. m., Prof. L. O. Rogers leader.
for expenses. The board allowed the ters of this kind was one-half of one I representatives will serve with himas I Let every member of the church at.
COV. CATTS' RECEPTION
grocery bill for the last week or twolind' per cent of the total bond I issue, und if a committee and should be able to tend Sunday school at 9:45: a. m. This
$5.00 per week for tour" weeks -to he had insisted ,upon this the fee ORANGE COUNTYThe i correlate the interests of the com- is Go-to-Sunday-School day. J.' D.
,.Emma Baker. would have been between $1300 and Governor Catts will be the guest'I munity and obtain practical results.Mr. Sibert, Pastor.
C. F. Johnson aopeared before the $1400. Upon this explanation tile of honor at Orlando next 'Tuesday, Pledger expects to organize
hoard and stated that the State Fair majority of the board disregardej the following meetings -have been Feb. 12. when he will make an ad- each community in the county on a ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
further the of tick
authorities in Jacksonville were offering protest.C . arranged eradication >in Orange county cause: dress Berkshire at the opening of the American similar plan and with that in view he I Quin<]uagesima Sunday.,, ,;.

free space to any county to place L. Bandy, tax collector spoke to February 18, Taft, Boardof, Trade Congress. A committee made an address at St. Cloud Monday L. 11. Kirkby minister in charge. '
of ,;
"iU'' exhibits there during state, fair the board regarding the..closing of the building, 10 a.,'m. ,.,,I'JMMi\\ (: "$ \ & by S prominent',.S", Griffin business, has been men, headed before a joint meeting ofthe WA\ ColT i''". 10 a. m., Sunday nrhir-1 IfljTHlfWift_'
appoint
.'weE'k.III.\ .' said that,, twenty-five counties tax: books on April htJt.i He.snld that ilQJo'ebruaryj18\Wlnter| ]Garden ( I ; i.U..the'rherchantsyassociationand. ; jais 1 1)' a-ir rn.,'! Divine.-,service I withTser-h, .
fiwould, 3 be 4 represented band i that hej had 1 received g positive{instructions opera i : ;entertainments of 3 the ;afnumberf of citlzens"f and i : ;.'
house.;'!l:30 pj rn.fmeiHMgMSMFebruary || governorJ"'The') committee'J'will' ; to.{quote i mon by S.:D.* McConnell.!D. D.; > SU:
tender '
Arrangements had been made with the from the comptroller r to close' the '18, Zellwood school him; "received'all'kinds of cooperation : Stephens church, Philadelphia. "*,
Federal authorities for the freight books that date. a luncheon for their guest Tuesday ."
on Mrs. R. H. Hatcher will and address
7:30 Evening
house represent m.;
4 p. prayer
,
m; 1
I p. noon. This will not bean invited affair 1
haul( to Jacksonville and back. lie The board instructed the clerk to February 18, Apopka, town hall, 7 in him in this work in St. Cloud. by Mr. L. A.' Hamilton; subject
i paid that he had just returned from Call upon the Hartford Accident and Orange: county but to issue Mr. Pledger: states that he has received ":rhe Gospel of Thrift"Ash '
m. .
p. a general invitation to all' who wish i
1\\ Jacksonville and had been impressedwith
: j Indemnity. Company to pay the February 19, Fort Christmas, Un to attend. The tickets will be $1 and quantities of food conservation I Wednesday Feb. 13th-5 p.
this opportunity the exhiliition amount of the money' which was on ion church 10 a. m. the cards similar to those which were m., the service of Intercession and
'I, of Osceola's products. deposit in the iSt. Cloud National February 19, Orlando, court house, reservations must be.accompanied' circulated" some weeks ago. These I the Commination service.CHRISTIAN .
by cash and must reach the hands of !
also advocated this
C. W. Ward Bank at the time of its closing. 3 m.The will be left at the stores togetherwith
the
p. committee before
9 o'clock Monday I
method of advertising the resourcesof The following bond trustees were object of these, meetings: is for night.GEORGIA. timely receipts for the housewives CHURCH
this county and recommended that appointed for the St. CloudMelbourne the of presenting the plansof I who are not ''familiar with the Prayermeeting every Wednesday
H. E. Swabev: be placed in charge of highway: J. 1>. Chunn G. II. cattle purpose tick. eradication. BOOSTER use of flour substitutes. These receipts evening at 7 o'clock.
LIKESKISSIMMEE'S
the work. He estimated the total Clark and Ed. Whaley. lion R. W. Storrs of the State 1 are sent out by the governmentand Sunday school at 10 a. m.
cost at $200.00. Mr. Swabev The election call for a special road Live Stock Sanitary Board Dr. E. LOCATIONMr. are authentic. Y. P. S. C. E., 6:15 p. m.
of the opinion that smpll. well and district >in commissioners'
bridge
WHS a 11:00 m.-Sermon
M. Nighbert, inspector charge for a. "Temptation.of
selected\ exhibit would be the best to district No. 5 was named for the 15th the government and others will: be I Edwin P. Ansley of Atlanta \ Jesus."

'..l end up, but stated that co-operation day of March. This being Commis- present to address the meetings. I Ga., spent a few days here the past 7:00: p. m.:.-Sermon, "What is a'
V>v the people would be essential to sioner Guy'a district he appointed J. Ladies are especially invited to be I week on a prospecting tour and after Those Found PhysicallyFit Christian 1"Everybody
"the success of the enterprise. Pat M. Dickson J. B. Owens and C. II. present. I looking over this section pretty welcome and strangers
iBy
Johnston also spoke on the subject Patrick inspectors; F. M. Edrus clerk order Committee. i thoroughly, made the statement that II IIi especialy invited to attend these ser
'."d said that any stock exhibit would for Lokosee and for Whittier, A. E. Kissimmee was the most advantageously For War Service vices. *> .
nave to be left Up to individuals. Bass J. II. Baisden and S. H. Fer- located of any town he had visited I
The board was unanimously in favor tic inspectors, and R. V. Phillips WAR, OF THE CLOUDS in the state. !i KISSIMMEE RAISING MONEY

of this plan but was reluctantly clerk.R. Mr. Ansley is one of Georgia's FOR TOBACCO FUND
compelled to abandon when Clerk Reynolds, C. E., presented his One of the new features of the greatest developers having planned Registrants of Osceola county in

;., Overstreet'' nointed out that $1500.00 profile map of the proposed road running Johnnie' J. Jones' exjMition' which I and prompted Ansley Park, near At- Class No.1. who have been examinedand Miss Frances Tress"is in charge ofa
-" ,' nf the Special Publicity! fund had lust from Kenansville west three will be seen at the Osceola County lanta: which proved one of the mostsuccessful found physically qualified for movement to collect dbnations to
been transferred ,to the General Fundto miles to Appoxee siding to connect Fair is the "War of the Clouds." It development propects ever general military service up to Thursday the "Tobacco fund" for our "boys

build dipping vats and that no with the Fellsmere road, and gave a is produced 'on a mammoth big stage; attempted in Georgia.In j noon: over there." Anyone in sympathy
funds were available for this purpose. clear and comprehensive description I the scene is darkened upon openingand ) !speaking of Kissimmee he said: Carl Fred Walker Laurence' Alford with this work and who wishes to
,The question of good roads came up of the route to be pursued. Commissioner modern war-equipped airplanesof ''You have' a beautiful city and a I Smith Frank Albert Gansing, Kirby contribute may leave the'donations at
again when Pat Johnston urged'the!: Guy said that work on this every nationality are seen in mid- splendid country surrounding it but Smith James Harry McGruder the. Tress News Stand. The money
putting of an auto drag the road would be commenced James Weathers Oscar will be sent to- the fund now being
.( on county as soon as air in deadly combat; bombs are your people are not enterprising. You Cyrus Lee.
roads. He said that an auto truck possible.CITyu'COUNCI"nHOLDS. dropped from the skies; machine guns need organization and concerted effort -| Mack, Jacob Benjamin Wheeler Henry collected by the Tampa Tribune and
, -- ----- Simmons, General James forwarded from there.
are spitting fire, and it makes the to secure improvements and Ely,
most thrilling scene ever witnessed. bring your section properly before Baker, Charles Daniel Lock. William
:' [ LONG The' airplanes and machine guns are the public." | Settles McClelland, John Hardy MAYOR CADEL IS ASKED TO

j manned by trained monkeys and the Mr Ansley was accompanied here Walker, Jr., Manuel Gaddis, I RECOMMEND DESERVING BOY

state is illuminated by powerful by J. E. Crawford the well-known Daniel Boice Howard Joe Brown, Mayor John S. Cadel has been ask-
searchlights. Orlando real estate "man. I Harvey Roberts: Thomas Evcrson I ed to recommend some deserving boy

SESSION ON TUESDAY NIGHT'I . _ . ,, ,, -- ----------------,, -- . . . Clarence URobinson_ Henry Johnson 'between the' ages of 14 and 18 for a
------ -- ---- Willie Oscar
Tanner, Samuel Francis five-months'' course in the Merchant
I Cobb Jesse J. Moody Clarence Marine Training School, Camp Jose.'
Hatch, Will Cromedy Fletcher Met phus J>Daniels at West Palm Beach,
-- t White Arthur Howard ,Earst, Ernest and would be glad to receive
: applications
The February meeting of the City the ditches leading from his farms I B. Jeffers Hubert Emery Hollenbeck, I

;JC Ji Council was marked as a session oft to the lake 'and pointed out the large: Poll Tax Notice "I Walter Lesley Barclay Manuel Jennings The scholarship offers' free board
I .
I unusual length though little decisive acreage of fertile land that would be Clarence Millard Barber, Clif- tuition and use of equipment. Cadets
sf action was taken. ". released for agriculture if this could ford H. Sackhoff, James Spencer Tyson must furnish their trans ,
.
:::.'" The ditching question occupied the done. ; ff Henry Cook Johns Fred Brown portation 'to the and own must deposit
camp -
'enter of the stage throughout much I The council seemed desirous of pro- Harvey Nathan Decatur Parsons their
for
"the evening and received careful tecting this group'of: \ valuable farms f Kissimmee, Flu. Jan. 15, 1918 I Dozier Smith, Walter Sylvester, Ar- also must money deposit $49.00 return to cover fare ''I f

attention. In accord with a previous from standing water but wished to I thur Owen Crosby, Ben Tindall Wil- cost of uniform books etc. .1
action of the council Engineer Maclonough make sure the proposed work would lie Boyd, William Mack, Jr., Samuel. who
; has been taking I levels of prove adequate. They desired to refer Notice is hereby given that in : : Leroy Davis, Leon Battle J obt. Randall months Hoys training qualify course during the be five I

.the land from the Aultman farms to the matter back to the street ] Evans, I Roy Eppcs: Martin, James pointed to the full three may years' term.ap- t
the outlet 'of the ditching system at committee for further information ,i, Raymond Peterson, Earl Lanier, Wm. Other information
the lake and while his report could which would be presented at a called order to participate in the City Golden Ira Ferguson Ed Davis Hen- I calling on the may be secured by i\

not be presented in complete form' at meeting next Tuesday. ry Washington Stanley Henry Whit- ; ,mayor. t

. this meeting he'gave the main facts The usual number of communications ted Johnnie Henry James Harry At an invitation of C. F. Mather

.in the case. were read, bills presented, and Election poll taxes must be paid Seo -t, David James Andrew Williams Smith of the West Orange Countryclub
S. B. Aultman was present and ordered paid and minor matters dis Romia Johnson, Milton Alonzo of Oakland the members of the
urged immediate action in deepening cussed Hugtiey, James Hezica Char-
. . _ . . . before Feb. 9th. Haney Kissimmee Golf club participated ina
.uu. on or Saturday
lie Kennon, Embry La Martin. Hill\ three-day tournament for the bene-v .
SOME FISH Tindall Bemory P. Whidden, GeraldRudolph fit of the Red Cross. The tournament
I STATE PRES. OF FI.A. C. W.
Ashton, William Colonel 'I
was given on the Oakland links Feb
of 111. who
Schisler
John winter Abingdon B. M. HERE SATURDAY Satcher, Jim Everette Barber.. ruary 6, 7 and 8.
the Kissimmee
spending in
.j fishermrn\ this week Physically qualified for special or Those who left Wednesday to represent
ualifled aa some '
by landing a monster catfish which Miss Florence P. Hayden of Cocoa. : < limited military service: the Kissimmce club were Harry .
C. L. BANDY
and Leroy Vandenbergh: Samuel Gibbs, A. Hunter, L. A. Hamilton Mrs.
easured thirty-one inches long nut Grove State president of FloridaC. ,
Ernest Gray Ford Orrie
Neville
Lee
welve inches in circumference i:; the W. B. M., and a very interesting Summerville and daughter. Miss! Lorna -
the exact will be the Foster Newton, Edwin Clyde Dusen- ,' Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Livingston,
llargest point Though speaker, at Chriotlan Tax
d eight was not reported it would ben church tomorrow Saturday afternoon berry, Robt. M. Montadoca, Frederick their guests, Mr. and Mrs. J. Oliver
fCoUe tyo McLendon Bass John Carl '
,the_ neighborhoody o.f eighteen or ., at 3 o'clock.. Everybody. well, l Of those Schmidt. Brison, Lieut and Mrs.- Watson, Professional
...nty pounds. The fish was: caught: come.I. Those who miss hearing her f 5-4t have already examined twentysix Otis George, Dr. Simpson, /I

t.,Shingle creek. willlo'e.a treat; . .. ... ..... ... . . ...... .. . . ... ... and have been been rejected.found.physicaiy'"" unfit. Jl Billie"D..Clark McCool, Kenneth McPherson, and if .
J' y. ;;..., '.- re, I .' '//I,...":.;. .

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TWO ... THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1918 '
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"A .,' Kaiser's Fall Was Prophesied In I Recommend Peruna j1or


; Year 1600 By German. Monk All :Sufferers
I Do
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.. LUCKY STTftSKECIGARETTE! : -, -- ' r-A Of Catarrh.

I '. A most remarkable prophecy, made: We those 'of Christians, ,but his:: VOof \\'- Not
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all the race. Myrtle St.. Beverly Mass '
|hy'the Gorman! monk, Fratre Johan human writes:
eagle in ,his arms, have taken four bottles
lie will have an Think I of
1 nes, in the year lliOO, .IIeems .to be there will also be an eagle in the arms and I can say that It has done Persayv
ncaring fulfillment.. As a key to this 'of 'his confederate. BUt the latter a great deal of good tor catarrh IDe
the l he Christian and will-die from ' Ever 'Felt the head and throat I MU
prophesy one has only to realize will a recommend
following it ,is pointed out. by the the malediction of Pope Benedict, who ,... -- Peruna to all sufferer. With cat&M ,

A "\7"OU'LL enjoy this: real:. (:heat\ Falls, Mont., Leader: will he 'elected at the betfinninf of U WH H UCH I tar.do not I am thInk Molly I ever felt much bet.
surprised
The Kaiser is a German. Lutheranhe the reign of antichrist. at tha
JL Burley curette. It's, has a withered arm. In. order to conqyer antichrist it work I loan do I do not think ter.
Germany is the Black Eagle'. will l h" necessary to kill more men Better much praise can be said for Pe",,".._

,: '. . full cf flavor just:: aS. goad. Austria, her ally has also an caglp.. 'than Rome ever oor.Uincd. It' wil' Those who object to ;1
I""",,,",, '.. Russia\ the White Eagle' need the ehorjrieHi of all the kinff-' Jlrs. William H. HlnchHffe: No.' 20 class can protxir. Rerun. T.bl..Q!
as a pipe.LT'S .' the cock, the leopard'
" France is,the cock. dome because ( .- ..
', '1,. .. \ 1 England, the' British empire, is the ami the white eagle will not be able -- - -
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'. Leopard. to make :an end of the black eagle ; ;": : : : : '
..: ., (:!j1i' ;;:.' ," = TOASTEDThe without the 'aid of the prayers and .. -,, '
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,-I.'I'' "', -" The following prophecy by the the vows of the human race. .
monk. Fralre Johannes, who (Hived Never will humanity; have been t; j
jJ ':;: Burley tobacco is. about the year) IfiOO ;is remarkable in faced with such a peril, because the
"'''1'' its application to the present world triumph of the" n.tJichri..t would be 5 Tax NoticeKISSIMMEE
." Y, ,,1'( toasted; 'makes the taste crisis The Authenticity of this prophecy that of the demo who will have : .

,' was at first doubted "because taken possession of , : 1 know how .
I delicious. You of a few discrepancies in the text but The least ,J nC'a mil t e>d. :.. .. .. ;
.. --r; : : "." toasting' improves the flavor the mailer was referred to the newspaper .* Fur' it fins beer said" that 20 centuries 't .. "
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+ ; ." ''' '; ." information bureau at Washington after the incarnation i>f the .
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, ir': (; , Director Frederick Hns- world the beast will be incarnated in '
as ' of bread. And; its .the :: and J. : FLA Feb. 4 1918't
iff\\:. , .e kins replied as follows: his turn and 'will menace the world ,
: \\{ same with tobacco exactly. "In reply to your letter msk.ing with as many evil an the dente incarnation t '
'..,,. whether the prophecy by the monk, has brought it graces.( : .
', ,,', Fratre Johannes, is real, we would Toward the 2.000. artichristv; ' ,1Jo' !: Notice is hereby given that the
,'. say that this prophecy was discoveredin be made manifest. Hi. array will surpass .
an old parchment in the convent of in number anything. that can he

,' the Holy Ghost at Wismar, in Germany imagined. There will Ii" OrnstiuruamonK k .tax books' of Osceola County
u / and 18 i kept under glass in the the' cohorts and! there will be
r town hall of this city. There havel'meatatlunerIIrta.r4trttnA.htliPgp.W Mohammedans among/(? tr.iefl'nders t .t

.a' ,rat; I '- ; ". '-=,,-- --..- : : ; IiJA, ,\ ,fil !Ulfei) .Wll A&Al for*the*collectionof.,the-1917, -:* :, ". ,
," texts vary somewhat. We are returning soldiers.For'the. p ,
Sic .. ,
: your copy of this'prophecy.. first time the lamb; will !be '
r "The discrepancies which we noted red-for blood will flew/ in tr.e do- 1 taxes will close promptly ont
and which you may also notice, are mains for the four el phiatu: at nce. _
i"1 probably due to the variations in the The black eagle will hurl itself up- .
t translation of the text. On the wholeit on the cock, which will loss many April first. ,All taxes not paid

is a remarkable prophecy.:.' feathers. It will soon he exhausted. .
It is as follows: but for the leopard and its >claws.
,,'I_ The real antichrist will be one of The black eagle, who will come by that date will be subject to :,
.' ., '. the monarchs of )his time, a Lutheran from the land of Luther, will make a I- .
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; Protestant. He will invoke God and surprise attack upon t the cock. .
give himself out as _'llis messenger, The white eagle wiH come fr>m the all costs. '

or apostle. north. .
This prince of lies will swear by the I The black eaarletl\ \ first il,'" \t _
Bible. He will represent himself as forced to let go the cock in order to E C. L. BANDY
.. 10 the arm of the most high, sent to fight the white eagle, whereupon the >
chastise corrupt peoples cock will have to pursue the black t: Tax Collector of Ofceola County 1
lie ,will have only one arm, but his eagle into the lard of tre antichristto '
innumerable armies, who will take aid the white ea<{le.
for their device the words, "God is Great Battle on I.utrrean Soil,

r 4. with us," will resemble the infernal The battles fought up to that. time {r:;.:.v;-:.-:-:...r{:{..:..:_}Sir: :x-2 <-:y: -r r4Wr.< :.:xM; : < <- <- *5---m: "1
". regions. will, be as nothing compared to that .
.For a long time he will act by craft which will take place in. the Lutheran -
and strategy. Ills spies will overrun country. r
the earth, and he will be master of When the beat find., himself: lost 10 CARPENTERS WANTED !
the secrets of the mighty.> lie will he will become furious.

.' ,'" have learned men in his pay, who will Men will lie able to cross! the rivers Only First Class Union Mechanic need apply
C/7 maintain and undertake to prove his over the bodies of the dead. .
1t. ,. = celestial mission: Antichrist will sue, for peace many Arnold & MacDonough Contractors ,
ITL i. A war will afford) him the opportunity times, but the sever angels who ,
of throwing off the mask. It march before three, animaN of the Oltll.nt Bane 'bid... Klltlnxm.. .,Fla.
r".area.,.. will not be in the first instance a war land will .have proclaimed that: victory l I
which .he will wage against a French will\ not be given except or. condition -
monarch. But it will be one of such that antichrist will be crushed 'r
nature that after two weeks all\ will like straw upon the thresHnpf! floor. FOR SALE---CASH. PREFERRED
realize its universal character.Not The three anima!., will not he permitted
KISSIMMEE LADY DOING HER BIT U. S. NAVY RECRUITING STATION only all Christians, but Mus- to stop fighting III> longae
selmans, and even more distant peoples antichrist has soldiers. One block of Five Lots in South Part of Town. 250
will be involved. Armies will It will\ be made manifest. that the
"More than a year ago I took arouse Ocala, Fl'a., Jan. 17, 1918. be involved from the four quarters combat which will be fought out in foot front, 208 foot depth. Rich MuclySoil adapted for.

of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy My Dear Editor: of the earth. that part of the country in which Banana or Truck Growing. Eighteen inch fall to clf1
for gall stones, severe colic and stomach Ocala Navy Recruiting Station can _For by the third week the angels antichrist forges his arms, is no human
trouble and have been entirely enlist men for the duration of the war will perceive. that 'the man is antichrist conflict. The animal defenders ditch. Make your home pay for itself.
well ever since. 1 have that all will bE' 'omehis of the lamb will
recommended and < exterminate the last .
it to many other stomach ftufferers, as between the ages of 18 and 35. slaves,if,they do_not_,,overthrow this. army pi antichrist >: >:;.';: ,. .. ' ; :" ; Apply VALLEY GAZETTE ,
[IfeltMtwas| my duty to tell them7ustlhowmuch 8 ji Electricians i r J and$ radio joperntoraiwanted ;:t .. conqueror'! *J'"il, ; i''i Viy--v'\ .' ; good It has done me.;: for the1Navygandmechanicsoffal ;! (| arreiJIelpleH& "..ypfflo&Antichristl ; will die in solitude}and .
i H|Islajsimpl !,''harmless;preparation kinds wonted for aviation service |' will|bej recognized|bjr! t'mpire.\will\ 11 be!divided I jlnto\ J22I

that removes W!the+W\ catarrhal"mucus various tokens-ini.special W! he BS will but none'will I haverany longer'fortlj ....... .,..,._.1L ,,,. IJ);. f'Ni"' "" i>,'1'''+'1 ",w.".""" .,!.. _, "",, I
[from'the intestinal tract and allays RegIstered' men can'volunteer for massacre 'the priests, the monks, the fications, armies or skips of .war. .
the inflammation which causes prac- the Navy and.mu'st' have a certificate women, the children and the aged. The white eagles,. by order of Q O tically all stomach, liver and intestinal from the local b.oardreleasing them lie will show no mercy .but will pass Michael will drive the Crescent out
ailments, including appendicitis. from the draft. torch in hand, like the" barbarians', of Europe where there will 'be no
one dose will convince or money re WM}, B. SCHLERETH, but invoking Christ. longer any but Christiana.. He"ill
funded. J. Z. Roberson, druggist.! Navy Recruiting Officer 1 1 lie i words of imposture will resem- install himself at Constantinople. PRINTING

WwWWWWFlorida .. '

FLOUR ORDER AND FARMER
Counties
WHO HAS MEAL AND GRITS

Respond To Call -1J character of your printed matter makes an indelible impression -
Interpretation of Flour Order Applied THE
Osceola Hardware Co. To Advertise All to Farmers. -good or bad-upon those who,see it. More people'gage

Their Resources Farmers who have grown their own your standing-the character and quality of product-ybur un-

Jack.OII..m.(8( peelIR...cponi cereal substitutes as mentioned and deneSl-by that than by any other one thing. Therefore, the

Located on Kissimmee's' to the all to adYrtU to the .worldnorlda' classified in this order may, upon submission need for the right kind of printing.
of evidence of these.facts to
wonderful resources, possibilities
.BUSIEST CORNER and epportualtlM DM bee un' retail j grocers or dealers, be permitted
Our is but
hobby jood
printing-not fancy fussy printing-
i the amountof
pre * the State sad oa the op.aingday; wheat'flour but in each and every good printing with character, quality and finish-the right type

of the great Florida State Fair and case the merchant must procure in fight dock, right illustrations-all blended into dignified
( Our Hardware Department Is Now 'exposition. February II. lilt, at least writing from such farmer, a statement a strong
twcntr-flv progressive count!**,of the that he has' grown the substitute whole-the kind that will make good impression for you.
Stat. will haTe exblblU of the result cereals and now has them in his Cite chance
us a on next job.
At Its Very Best of iu oltliens' toll. The fact that this posession; and also a written state- your I.HO I.
number of countl hare secured ment from\ the farmer that: the pur-
.pao* for their respective, displays I.a is chase of flour is for 'Wi own individual ,
and the movement of continues active. Let all .
goods !
ui urge fair demonstration of the "Florida consumption, and? he now has no
which Is that of "co-operation" 0 4C"9 e e M"W"0" *4" "M"W"0"fr u UH OHO+OOo)
who want cook storei and ranges to buy at once, at the wholesale Spirit flour on hand. This interpretation ;
prices are advancing rapidly. We this for the benefit of and "On For All" and "All For ODe simply applies to the farmer. or pro .
give tip Insuring the future growth of the ducer. .
; : our customer commonwealth as nothing else! could. Interpretation. for Jobber or Whole : Stout Lumber Co.SUCCESSORS .
When the great massive gates recede saler.
TO MAY-STOUT LUMBER CO. .
picturesque and quaint
behind the
We have a fine lot of Skate for the kiddies. Make yours Italian archway, marking the main The interpretation flour in cases of the wholesalers rule regarding :. DEALERS IN

b happy with a pair; remember you were young once. entrance, those to hundreds Florida's Greatest of thousands Exposition ofvisitors or jobbers is that they are permitted Yellow Pine Dud Cypress Lumber. Novelty
i the to sell wheat flour to the retail mere :
through
who will throng
There i il a big demand there day for the various oil to portals will be confronted With such ohant when they are' furnished with a '' Works in Connection.It I
duplicate order of the same date
Florida's opportunities -
brighten furniture and wood work. We have the more popular vast as displays to make of them skeptical of !given some house for some one or all is our pleasure to five you estimates at all times.

kind, tuch as 0-Cedar, Liquid Veneer and Nuglott. They help their genuineness millions who There believe are Flor millions the flour cereals wanted.equivalent( This dpulicate to the amountof orderto
mightily to keep the home looking bright.It \ida to upon be only a place In which to bo retained by the olesaler dr Phone 21 rCissimmee, Fla.
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i escape< the cold winters of the North, jobber selling the flour as a protection
has been a little 'cold again this week, but we prognosticate yet. they will. be shown failed cattle, and proof that the same amount 8-0 Sfi4.6{{ 0080-0 d'S0 4+}SP{G0 }sY 14fi006440 ,
..arledgralses. of substitute cereals have
swine wonderful corn
that ti will be warmer right soon, so arm yourself with some of prize luscious citrus. fruits Sleek chased on the same day (to conform -- f-L.;r

our fishing tackle and go after the finny tribe. We've got some mules and horses, fresh vegetables with the order for the flour. >..... to .ot... ...0.'ft... ..NON484MIM0004480008i.";. ',.l,.lr '
from nature' garden, floral displays I
new Silk Line and lots of other Fishing Stuff. I from the Land of Flower., fine poultry SI'KAKtNG OF FLAGSA '
exquisite art textiles, lumber displays young man walked into the officeof Cold Storage f or Fresh Meats 'I

sponge exhibits, piscatorial and J. II, Houk, clerk of the Bartholomew .
wild animal life and many other Interesting circuit court and also clerk ol
GASHUM AND SUSETTE resources peculiar to. Floe the Bartholomew county exemption Eggs, Vegetables, Etc. 't
ida. board. lie asked whether he had been '
"Say,.Gathum, I'm going to call you by a new pet name. The counties that hare secured drawn in the draft and was shown STORAGE RATES ON MEATS:
for exhibits to date are: Serai- that he would be the first call
I'm going to call Picket Fence laid Susette the other pace among
t' you day. ale, Brevard, Columbia, DeSoto ed up for examination. Then he call- Quarter of Beef __.;.____ /2clb. Meat'left in Storage and
j "What in the world do call that for?" he Manatee Lee Hamilton Alacbua, St. ed for blank which to file claim
you me inquired. a on ,a
Marion. Washington.8uwannee. -' Wnole Hogs ___.___*--Jfo Ib. rat as used _________ Ie Ib.
"Became Lucie Bade, for exemption. lie said he would
you are to to see through
easy Palm Beach Jackson Walton claim' exemption because he is mar- >>
r 'Huh-h-la," he growled. Oadsden. Broward Liberty and -Brad ried. lie has no children, but he bee Curing Pork ready for smoking, '1 1-2c per pound

"And then again",the continued, "you useful around ford. Se"erp.I other counties bar lieves his duty is to support his wife Curing and Smoking: ?c per pound.
are (o written for space, but hare not signeda On each side of the front of the q
the .base!" contract yet and the State Fair. management young man's collar big American

l will fully be represented expect twenty-n a UM,a counties apes.- flags were pasted. in Bring sea your hogs the day they are killed. We will do
"The next time a man comes -
tag date of the fair.Drive here with flags on his collar and says the rest. .5ISSIMMEE
Watch this week for
next about
space Gashum
more and "
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I be U going to claim exemption, declared -
Susette *Out Malaria Builds Up System Clerk Houk "I 'am going to '
The Old_...'" f turrit MmcthmlM te.lqoaova _. refuse to give him a blank until he ICE & COLD STORAGE CO.:
t aril.ti..emtoheeta.bleod.aadb.dW..ytb.sv.Lai "s TAaTKLKsa claW TOJUC.*"" .t hauls down his 1 flags."-Indianapoli
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THE KiSsiMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY. FEBRUARY Ii. 1918' THREE

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II' MISS ANNE BRYAN CARSON year-round roads, or only/ good. '
. 'The Room of the St. John's Route May
Dining weather, roads
WRITES OF Y. W. C. A. WORK TP YOU WANT ARoASY
Are the roads. in your county such
Hotel "Ii
Manhattan
Dear Father I appreciate your that .tourists! traveling over them Toff.
: Win letter which' last 1- 'etNNe s-
night
Government Support came more
I* Now Open than want, to come back that way' a
I can tell you; It certainly is .tr' ,HERE'S ONE THAT'SCERTAIN
"' .... R. B. Savage.. Owner and Mgr.. good of you and Bunty to feel as you Are the roads In your county good

I do.I enough for. the transportation of '"
The long-talked of inland water that will be of the greatest service to will tell'' you, all I know about this milit.ary..troops, with tho accompanying INNER
way that Would connect the St. John'a the people of Jhe state While I am job.. They pay $1200 a year and all ammunition and FOR
river with a chain of lakes and short not familiar with the details of the traveling expenses, and give one supply, engineer .RCS 1 dNt'
two routes, it is possible that tho St. month vacationin summer and one trains You can never tell when p
stretches of canals and furnish water Johns route is the more desirableone. week in winter. They want mo for your roads 'will be needed for this
G CIIRSO)$ FilMED tr transportation to a large sectionof If I can get the reconsideration,' a year. I really don't know if there's, very service. Military trucks are
Florida: is now being! : brought favorably I shall urge that this route be very a contract, but" I suppose there' is. .heavy.-The Dixie Highway"
before government officials carefully and thoroughly considered.I At present I'm being sent to ,Lancaster WE'LL SERVE YOU
and what has seemed a vision may am sending the (resolution. which Penn., for a "sectional confer .
SELLSFire prove a reality. you forwarded me to General WilliamM. ence" of war workers. I will get Fine Arts Exhibit.At WITH A DINNER. ROAST

Hon. E. T. Woodruff of Sanford, Black, Chief of Engineers; with there in about an hour. From there I Fair
the State
secretary of the waterway committee, the request that it be givea earnest go to Camp Dix for two days, Baltimore that will give' you every right to
Life, Accident and on a recent visit to Kisaimmee secured consideration in connection with any for two days-more confer. Tbe Fine Arts Collection at the boast about the dinners that you
the signature of the president and further invistigation of the subject ences.: All this, time I'm to be with Florid State. Flr and BzpOalUon serve. We have firmly made
Health' Plate Glass Lia- secretary of the Board of Trade and of an inland waterway on the East Miss Caroline Jones, finance secretary which will be held la Jacksonville, up
of a' few citizens to a'petition which Coast of Florida of East Central Field.Then '"'-r-bM&ar7.JI to March t. 111. our mind to serve none but the

bility and Boiler Insurance. was sent out to the representatives "Very, truly yours, they want me to stay with her at theoffice Inclusive, will AemoastnUe to the choicest kind of meats,-,and from
; and senators of Florida and to other "PARK TRAMMELL." in Phila. till Feb. 4th, then backto World that the 8tUU net la the this stand we will not swerve.
Bonds' Executed (government .officials. It was signedby Mr. Trammell! also enclosed a copy N.. Y. for general conference of lMt backward along tk... Il.... and )
Legal the representatives of- Sanford, of his communication to Major General all field workers,, from every part of will also ">. one" of the most I.t...- -'
Orlando and ot.her'l..r cities in the W, M. Black relative to the sub the country. Then if 'bake the work stlnc departments the expoeltlo tCity
..same Day Needed., section of the state that would be ject, in which he says: 'I" and they still, want me, I go to Rich The oollccUoa will represent prloe- -
I most benefited by this route. The. petition "Washington. D. C. mond. They are paying traveling expenses lees can ...ea and pt* ee of sculpture. Market
,; .r. set forth the advantages of the "February 2, 1918."Major / and $100 this month. So if I such aa many Florldlaaa sad _qt>
OFFICE: State Bilk Buildiig St. John's river route over the Florida General W. X. Black, Chief of don't go on with -it we won't be out less visitors did not know existed
". ,I East Coast canal.. as a gmecrnment ,Engineers', War Department, Washington mudh.' They or I can break it up in .within our boundaries, and the prisesto
.inland waterway and urge that r. C. N. Y; in Feb. .1 believe I exaggerated be awarded for both proteestonaland
consideration be given it. "Bear General: Some days ago I the size of $he'field. It doesn't Include amateur contributions, demonstrate

i . .0. ... . . ..... ....'. Mr. Woodruff has received an encouraging addressed' you a communication in Alabama but does include the department the ImDortanee br the esoosltloa: attached manace.ment to this. Florida's Opportunities i I''
from Senator Park other
reply which'I urged the'reconsideration of five states mentioned. does An effort will be made by the
M. TILLER : Trammell!. which we reproduce: the previous investigation' made"by seem like a lot for me to undertake, Fair Management to create In Florida TolnduceHomeSeekenTo
February 2, 1918.: a board of engineers regarding the and I'm afraid I'm not big enough for demand for work that will rUe the ,
I Mr. E. T. Woodworth, Secretary, Waterways ownership and control of the 'Florida the Job-and I do hate to t.hink'of a standard of artistic appreciation Locate Is Now Here
Real Estate Agency. : Committee, 'Sanford Fla. East Coast canal by the Federal gov going away from home and giving up among our peoples, and assistance will
iB.%.m.%" %.m...%..m..%ttm%%....w, My\ Dear Sir: I am just in receiptof ernment. My1 object and purpose was my'work there. On the other hand it be given in disposing of those canvassee w
Really bought and lord. : your communication of the 24th that the different routes which may is undoubtedly the biggest opportune which may be bought, no commission President Of Jacksonville
ultimo, in regard to the intraooastal be used in, connection with an inland ity I will get for rendering some good being charged for this service
Houses rented. : route throughFlorida and also relative waterway on the East Coast of FlorIda service to the war, and the experience whatever Chamber Of Commerce
Taxes paid and Titles verified : to<<; 'my effort to get the U. S. En. should have thorough considera would be extremely valuable. l Fights

for non-reiidenti. gineers to give further consideration tion. It was not my object that the It is great to see how .womenare, For. The StateProbaily'never ...._ '
'.,. ,.,........'." .'Fi'.T. I'"'; 'j)' ."'.A.-.r..H'Aw.i loathequestion' of tho"o\\1utrabip.and. .entJfeJ routG'.it'tJh."I Florida. East Coast' taking'1lp\men'w"1-\Vb'r1t7: \ Meet car1'coti 'Mules vWill.NotBe 1'tai/ WIt- -'--"'' i "''before'-h'r: Inthe-'"''''"''.:his on'.N... ''wi.l.-..._- :r
r-r a"l:1: .ID. control of the Florida East Coast ca- canal should be considered to the exclusion ductors, street cleaners, elevator Autos of Jacksonville bas the president ot
lurance. : nal and note that you deem to be'* of : of other; routes wliioo'\1fIlIY'be* '!)nM.lii,mesA nll'.r, a'boudrr'rand: even Outshone By the chamber of Commerce, the principal

; ludemnity, Bonda.t the impression that it was my purpose used In connection with any portionof in the ticket otfiC'esof the I'>nn, R. R. At The State Fair clvlo organization of that city,
t to exclude from such considera this canal. A large number of the The street" car conductors hpve a' baring over 8,000 members, waxed
- ." 00"00 HO'-U" oO OO"oooO.'j. Lion If it were made, an invcstigatoin citizens of the section that would be pretty busy time w.hen there's a rush Despite the value of automobiles to such a consistent and concert
r of the St. Johns river route. traversed by an inland waterway on on-and are not always able to han- mankind there are many wars that fld light for the development bet.
> 8dPd44QM00. .OO.. .. t Replying, I will state that my main the East Coast think most advisable dle the" crowds but they're getting on. this conveyance cannot supplant the torment-of the entire state of Florida
; object and purpose of getting a favorable route would be the one known as Tell Inez to Bond me three Gazettes "humble mule," and realizing the a* has F. jC. Groover head of the big
y report upon the route that the the St. Johns river route. In support : this" week as I haven't had any yet value of both,. and principally the lat Groover-Stewart Drug Company, of
engineers" deem" advisable. I J of their views I I ter to the farmer of Florida In aiding Jacksonville' and It hU
; may referred have received a reso- will wire you tonight, giving my ad- was through
) |. C. W. GRIFFIN to the East Const canal because lution signed; by a large number of dress so you will know where I am him grow more and better foodstuffs' | efforts' that the encouragement of the.
I the investigation heretofore the hoards of trade of that part of all the time Write when you can. the "Mule Show" at the big Florida i staging of State Fair annually, finally
->. made, according to my understanding Florida which I nm transmitting Ever State Fair and Exposition, which will I I came to a head, thereby. making the
% Staple and FancyGROCERIES was made under a provision of I herewith.\ I would be very glad tc yours.ANNE.. be held In Jacksonville from February project? possible.In .
,. the law authorizing an inquiry into have this resolution considered in 17 Jan. '18. 16'to March 9, 1918 Inclusive, will trying; to Impress upon the people
the advisability or the Government' i connection with my former communi- be a center of attraction. of Jacksonville' and Florida as a
the East Coast canal. Choice mules will be gathered. In the whole the enormous value to everycommunity '
utilizing What cation' and if you deem it proper, to SIS, QUESTIONSAre
I' I ''I desire is to get a favorable report, give further consideration to this fine exhibit and there will\ also. be a In the State of their forgetting
if the same can I.e l obtained, on an inland subject, 'I very much .hope that you the roads in your county great horse show, wherein animals many kinds past sectional differences, and
'of 'draft and pleasure will Ddisplayed COoperating for their mutual betterment
t Free Delivery to all I Parts waterway from Jnck onville to will make a careful investigation of
credit to hshamed of the benefit ot the Florida
or are for
j :Miumi. I have no desire whatever : the St. Johns river route. you you Mr. Groover declares that "Flor
+ of the City them ? farmer. ida's Opportunities to Induce HomeiSeeker
that the entire East Coast canal be I "Very i respectfully, .
= i used in the St. Johns Are the roads in to settle within bar borders
.preference to The men' who are supporting the your county wide
{I ....++."++' +.++++.++.++"":.+; river route. What I would like to see l St.: Johns river route believe that enough for the convenient passage of Whenever You Take Need Grove's.a General Toalc city Is now or at town hand that, and overlooks that tbe'county.those opportunities ,
is, for the engineers, if will '
they con- bringing the facts before the U. S,
cars? Is derelict In Its duty to
W. B. Crawford Lee Jarrel, ider it at all, to adopt the most practical ' Engineers will insure favorable ac. The Old Standard Grove' Tasteless IU citlsene"To
i inland water route and the one I tion. Are the roads in your county chill Tonic is equally valuable as a : .
CRAWFORD & JARRELL
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: ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW I well known tonic properties QUININE 8 Day.
States have no difficulty keepingto and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives T.ke LAXATIVB BROMO Quid_. It Mope the
Offices) 4, 5, 6, and 7 Citizen... DEER PARK SHINGLE GREEK the right road? out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and couch DniRciete aDd rrfubd eeaecbe. money and if works U fail off the to .cu.Cold..*.
Bank
BuildingKLss'immee Are: the roads in your county 'all. Builds up the Whole System. :60 cent. K. W. tiBOVS'K .q..tun oo tech boa. Joe.

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DR. W. W. CARSON Orlando with his family. present and everybody is getting
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DENTrST :Miss E. G. Green of Jupiter, Fla., their fields ready for a spring crop.C. .
is visiting' W. E. C.herrof this place. G. Bowen and G. C. Bronson
I .. Office over Pilley Building Mr. and Mrs. W, D, Bryant have made a business trip to the pasture
Office Hours: t-.It. 1-11 moved to Deer Park from Tallahassee Thursday. W H. ARNOLD ALAN J. MacDONOUGHArnold
.., Olee 'Phone 161 Residence 'Phoa. II
OM Administered. for Extraction el Fla. bliss Iva Niswonger and her aunt OFFICE GROUND FLOOR .
j 4* Mrs\ W. A. Mack of Bunnell, Fla., visited Union Center Sunday.
f Teeth. is among the newcomers to Deer Mr.! T.. E. Ivey made a business. trip CITIZENS BANK BUILDING'I'
o. F. KRlBBo ,- w\ J. 3THD:I Park. to Kissimmee Monday.
KRIBBS & STEED :\11'. and Mrs.V.. M. Coleman spent Mrs. Cromartie and Mrs. Garrett .; h ,, Phone '312 . : ,/, IJ .',/ 'r ? rr .
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Sunday.,at I,Hopkins,/ ; visited Mrs. I, P, Tison i Sunday afternoon \ fe1'; ,
I{ '' !",?i,'Fy 1 I"TTOHNKT8, AT,LAWIIZ.yALeal (:\: \ :\ A\\l '(fMr,. and MrsQ.1n; EJ@liunterkfronAlabamartareJthe ,; .. ', '. ;'i" ;;,i::;, ,.:.i\ ' P. O.'. Box 413 "\;\1,'\ i '
buelnese gala : guests of R L' Overstreet.i :' err \
{ of alltikln4i'?; i PLucretia, )spent" the" day f '
prompt! attention" Rowe atltWsiplace SjBPiilMs. ? with j iherjsister/Mra..I'!,! G.1 C.II rcmson, ;,t, r .
MlW'S.1 Knightp has assumed the ,;;;\\ ''
( | ?Sunday.ft"T"xrvr'1wJ'm"arr. T'1 fcivw"-"' -
l State on
'Ofnee* 11 and 12 Bank Bldg
Kissimmee, Florida. management of Deer' Park hotel. Mrs. Bauknight and her mother.
Mrs. G. N. Brinson has just returned were in the settlement today.
from visiting friends at Palatka, .
W. O. Bronson and wife made a &
i(V: Pat Johnston O. P. o rr... Fla business trip to Kissimmee Tuesday.
; JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTOKNEYATLAW :\11'', and Mrs. W. 11. Kempfer are I Mr. and Mrs. E. L. I>. Overgtreet
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t, entertaining the former's mother, ,spent the day Sunday with 'relative
:Mrs./ Rebecca' Kompfcr!) of Beaver" Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Alderman
"Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizen. Bank Springs" Pa., and sister Itlrs. J. K. spent Saturday night and Sunday
\' Building I.eVoit. wife of Dr.) LeVan of St. : with her mother, Mrs Cromartie '
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i KtHBlmmra. Fla. :Marys, Pa- Mrs. G. (*. Bronson is spending/ a
:Mr. W. :M. :Motc hm such a broad few days with her sister, Mrs. '\I. '1.
smile that it can he !seen" a long ways Miller.\ MacDonough
. LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW off-what's the why/or?? A. healthy. Mrs. Alton nrOt son and children,
ten-pound girl: spent( Saturday with her nlother, :lira. I
:Mr. A. 1); Fields of Conway, S. C., 1. E. Ivey. ;
has purchased a five-acre lot near 1 I
Waring Building I'tew Park and will make his home AS IT IS KITTEN '
here lie intend* to build on the lot ,
and wiH move his familY. here as soon I ;
DR. J. A. THOMPSON an the house is ready for them. A Rhetorical" Pliapsody' of a Southern' .

p' ., l OSTEOPATH II. II, Elarbee spent Sunday in Or- Society Reporter.One [
jindo. RALSTAT
h Yowell-Duckworth" Bldg. Phone 404 Work is being! rapidly pushed! on of the most beautiful and mo.>t ,
".' ORLANDO, FLA. the teccnd> new" Hopkins & Kempfer magnificent and most brilliant wedding -
warehouse. This building, 2K.\54, is scenes" that was ever presentedto
designed to meet the growing. needsof a Wilson assemblage: will be witnessed -
0A increasing business. on Tuesday night: when Lawrence -
_ J. W. THOMPSON Brett the President of the

y "THE BIRTH OF A NATION"D. Brett Dredging Company, will leadto HAVE THE LAND size

a Funeral Director! the Hymen's highly altar talented Miss and Mildred biillinntlypolished Roncy WE you want-any

W. Griffith'sThe Birth of a
. :Cation" wil open an enjl"8JrCmE'nt'on ter of our and highly very esteemed fascinating dIlIJ/rh"1/ I Farm from 5 to 640 acres or more-with or
AND : .
Feb." 20th at the CJraystone Casino ,
I Capt. R: n. none)', one" of \{ '
The first-clas metropolitan produc-
most prominent and influentialbus- without land adapted to the -
growingof
LICENSED EMBALMER tion -guaranteed to be the one J'J'I orange groves,
'," shown here. I ness; men, for in his noble life ofj

:Many circumstance have conspired splendid usefulness he has exhibited j
Store and Chapel, Stewart .Are.Klaalmme to make "The Birth of a Nation" : the resplendent" virtues of loftiest ) CASTOR BEANS, Truck Farms, Chicken Farms,

I the most widely discussed:: picture In citizenship.And I

/.'. *. Fla. the Dixon'g world.Southern Suggested novels,by it embraces Thomas as his:Miss virtues Roney and has the richly charms inherited I Cattle ranches, Hog raising, general farming, Potato -

,' JOHN WHITE & CO. a far wider, scope than "The Clans- find grace" of her elegant mother, sh( I
man" play :Mr. Griffith's new art i is one of the mos\ popular' and lovable '
LOUISVILLE, KT.Llberel and Cabbage land virgin soil. i
covers 130 1: years of history and pic- maidens in Wilson. And in ad-'' or ;
eeor 'y: and full velua paid war between the states as well as ishing personal harms she has musi-I '
.)<00+ '& for FURS a those of reconstruction, Lincoln, Lee cal talent of the highest order, being We have a number of bargains in city prop- \
.. ; r.... vocalist of sublimest for "
and Grant; the early glories of the powers, I
Jt .a and Confederacy; the devastation of Gen. she has a highly cultured' voice and that wouldn't resist. t
9w. : ..t .Une her erty you
Sherman's march to the sea; the awful : seemingly; heaven-tuned note areas ,
siege of Petersburg; the signing pure and as sweet as the image/ of .
of. peace at Appomattox; assuslination '- her morning star when nestling in the Call on us to show 'It costs nothing ;
of the President in Ford's fragrant petals of the flower. you. you

Theater, and the succeeding orgy of And as Mr. Brett is a high-toned

Bunnell-Barclay hate and oppression of the South gentleman, and is worthy of the bril- to let us prove that we have the land you are looking .
these personages and incidents pass liant jewel that is to sparkle in the
rapidly before the enthralled /spectator casket of his love and devotion, and .
and lead up to the terriffic cli he is to. be congratulated, for under for---in the place you like---and at prices you
Co. maxe.pf Part II, which is devoted to her l lovelight every scene will be a
Realty what has been styled "the second picture of paradise, every word a
.' struggle between the North and the poem of enchantment, and every can pay.
'j South," a struggle caused by the attempt sound an echo of celestial harmonies,
Bank of Orange to impose carpetbagger rule for with the love of such a jewel won,
f I upon the 'conquered states. The wild heaver] with its rapture has on earth '
adventures and achievements of the begun.-Charlotte Observer.! \L
Ku Klux Klan dominate the final .. $3t

Orlando, ,Florida scenes, which yield a happy ending ofa Visiting cards printed by the Val
double romance of Southern and
Northern sweethearts. ley Gazette .J Job Department.


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for u special, lecture ,by ex-Gov. Ilan- greeting' friends and transacting bus I). 1>. MEETING: It h>a\ ''omv rn. tluit m tin let day of Nn1v York :
) KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE i ley of Indiana. The governor is a iness. Mr. Wichtendahl is the manager -, A meeting of the U. D. C. will be Amfiii"t. A l191'. 1 Mml! al'l'l I>' to You will |>loikni Ink. notli'i that Mill
the lionoialil T M. .
of
Murpli' Judbo had hfi.|| limtttutol In Ihfa ljiul '
and of ,the Graystone hotel on the' held at the Hart Memorial buildingon t
patriotism 'pro-
noted lecturer: on xni hibition. This lectute is to be March shores of the famous Lake Tohopekaliga Wednesday, Feb. 13, at 3:30. )' final Published KVTTT Krldar.OMe . 10. No admission will be charged nd and he reports business as being Members will please come prepared estate of JohnV HmUli, deceased Ida f'ropert In UHi'colft C'ounty, KIoi
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!. alter (J..etle Du..I..1 and that at the same tlnm I Mill present -
their 1918
should to heir exceptionally fine.-OrJandq Report.erStar to dues.
all Kissimmee plan pay ml""- final uriMiunta ad Kxcrutor of
Ktmmlmtmrr/ Kl rld ., Two cane of mimic supposal to tontaln -
said estate, and link for'their
this noted speaker. i approval
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one I'nthe Phonograph II record*
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Dated January 21 A. I* 191HorUfed
W. B. IIAHHIS sue E. G. VANS AGNEW I Dr. I''. F. II. Pope and F. Rath Mr. and Mr J. F. Wier of I itchf ANNOUNCEMENTSiirtiAAGd -. TIIURBTUNam6 8 '
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',, > .,. 9........ citizens-.ofiv.St.tf. Cloud',.the ld. III., and daughter Mrs. G..aK. " "" ',: < 8 .. Youlenth refore ommandnd to ,
lI'el...... - -',. '1-' -.:i,:'N.., II 1 lending jWonderCityspentlu8t.Saturday, Corwin ''of.*Buffalo,.Naja') :;.j a rejspendjngthef ( &! } / '>" FOR .: IA'\"ORY&;$"$ A.IIi:1 pear'nn4Idcf fries*InM[>nn]
; Klsslmmea
t, looking!aftcrgbusinesslilmaUergrfin; ') { ; ( oc 8kj ltherebYIannouncemyself.Ja': : candi Jnalh; -:; ;o;If b;11.e.ee1'aurafar. t... 1I..t.o' my Monday lgM arehN4th.l 191t1rb F'lorda$ Ju
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a.raerlal.a'R.tar. I ; '&winteriin6Kissimmeejandj; the datef or*:re-election i to J the, office!of F'lorld.. UIIlllalrlct Oareola1'ou menti'wlll h r nder'd agalnstl you
One Copy One Tt'A" U.tlO I KIssimmeejrandlwhileJhereSwereTapjpreciated ) Mayor of 9 Kissimmee? and(solicit the .f jS default
it 1.00 'callers att the Gazette:'office Baldwin ('..'rn..r. Uru. "' .or.."" "
e Doe CopyJIHlx; I of the voters in the approach: (liven under my hand and seal
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Mrs. Wier is''a sister of the support .. '
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One Cop)' ThreefMMonth-s-: J Dr. Pope Is one of the pioneers of 8. 1918
St. Cloud and :has always taken an active late F. M. Baldwin who was well ing primary., .' Muale ruMla.em. of \. V.To (Copy official M 11. PORTER. .
All communlcatlonB except from our : known as one of Kissimmee's regular JOHN S. CADEL. oval) Justice of the lea .
authorized correspondents must. uelltned interest in public matters affecting the ADftoclated :Mu.l< Pul.liHhor- of \-4'
by the writer.Retecled the welfare of that city.M. winter visitors.
The Quinine. That Does Not Afttct the Head
matter will not be returned *
fur Katz returned home yesterdayfrom Ed .Hall arrived on Thursday of .. ., ,
vinle called B'c>u *of iti tonic and laxative ".d.I.AXA-
a two weeks' trip to Baltimore l ISst week from Wheeling W; Va., T1VK BKOMO Ul'IN1NH la better than ordinaryQuinine .
'(Entered In th'o T'OBtofflcn at KINllrm- und spent the week'end with the fam- and does not cauae nrrvouBOrii nor -
and New York, where he went to FACTS ABOUT"The
.aee, Florida" ae gprond-clum. matter) purchase ringing in head. Remember! the full name.ndlook
Im spring and summer stock. ilies of J. J. Woodall and N. F. Bas!!. lor the aicnature ol K. W. GKOVB. JOc.OTICK 1
FEBRUARY 8, 1918 Mr. Katz encountered extremely cold He was joined by his brother Capt
weather while away. He says while Ben Hall of Okeechobee City the first \ 41. K\K: ..I'TOKll'wr : I
summer-like of the week and left for a visit at the Klnnl lllNrharftetn
busking in almost .
\\o weather ate the North is frozen solid Captain's home. Mr. Hall will be remembered t art of *'"unty. Jud..... .flMfeolnt.ounlj. Birth of a Nation"
I' ADDITIONAL LOCALS'I I and to'make. conditions worse the by many of the older residents Slate of Florida.n
I shortage/ of fuel has reached an acute I as having been here some eigh- rr. I.:.<.<. ol John \\'. "SmltklNotice .
stage. lie says New York is absolutely % -' teen years ago. '; IH hereby given" to all whom
G. W. Hibburd and Ge rtce Tobin ('Iosetl.) no far as business is : - - .- 5,000 scenes. 18,000 characters t 3.000 horses. Approximate -
motoring( from Jacksonville to Tampa, concerned, Mondays.: cost of production 500000.
..topped for dinner going and coming:, Johnnie J. Jones exposition will Cities built up and then destroyed by fire.
at the Lincoln house. They complimented show four riding devices at the Osce- The biggest battle of the,Civil War re-enacted. }
Kissimmee very highly: upon ola County Fair this year: the (a'TIous! Ford's Theater Washington reproduced to the smallest detail '
its well streets and cleanly -
paved "
apippearanre $:!Ooon Johnnie J. Jones "Carouselle, for the Lincoln tragedy.A .
of the town. the "Giant' Eli Ferris Wheel" Man- .
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Rer. S. D. McConnell P. D., for- gel's newly improved "The Whip," series of wild."Ku Klux"rides that commandeered, a county
merly rector of All Soul's church, and a new sensational ride called the for a day and cost.10000.
New York City, and St. Stephen's "Cyclonic Helter Skelter." This new H Women's dresses used 25,000 yards and Ku Klux costumes
church, Philadelphia, is a, guest at one is described as being likened to 12.000 yards of cloth.
the Kissimmee Country c1 ib and will a pursuit by u Kansas cyclone into a
preach at St. John's church an Sun Mississippi flood by way of an Oklahoma Night photography of battle scenes; invented and perfected at
day next at the 11 . m. service. tornado but after it is all over cost of 5000. ,

Horace Fox, Ron of Mr. and :Mrs. they say you will hunt up some friend THE UNIVERSAL GAR Wonderful artillery duels in which real shells--costing $80
George. Fox, who has bee"n suffering and give him the benefit of the new apiece-were used. Males of tr nch thousands of fighters. "Waras

from nervous breakdown :for several ride.Work While there's no telling -what condition may it actually is."
of for the b t
preparing ;
became this week andwas
years, worse
/ _sent to a .sanitarium in Knoxville county fair ever held goes steadily on. face the country before the war is! over one thing A musical score- of 540 pieces synchronized to" the several

for treatment. Jeeorge W. Ov- Out\ at the grounds workmen have'he is certain and that is! that Ford cars will grow thousand distinct and individual scenes
erstreet accompanied,him on the trip. ( I and '
the accommodati ns for stock more and mole into being actual necessities bothin .
Mr, and Mrs. Frank Estoy of West making them of "\ norc permanent: .. 140,000 f feet of actual photography ,
Branch, Mich., expect to retch here nature. Basing their probable\ K1quiremonts city and country. 'Prospective buyers: will do I ,
this week, having spent a couple of on the 'encouraging reports well to place orders NOW, when a reasonably Making Altogether
Jacksonville.
weeks in They are well of the 'large display of cattle toe e
known to many' of our citizens and }> shown this year, they have greatly Quick delivery is possible. Don't put it off until
Always meet the jrlnd hand of wel The Most Stupendous Dramatic and Spectacular Enterprise that
increased the number of pens. The spring for the demand is continuous :from all
l'' come. They have engaged rooms at number of pens provided for the hog the Brain of Man Has Yet Visioned and Realized.
the Lincoln house during their stay. exhibit has been doubled! und, these parts of the country; Ford. cars are wanted in the

G. W. Stokes of Orange Center have been built with a roof to furnish North South, East and West every day of the
who has been under the weather fIr the necessary shade.
the past two or three weeks, i is now at Recent arrivals in Kissimmee leg- year. Let us have your order today and .we'll hustle -

the Lincoln house being looked after istering at the Mart Memorial RestRoom our best that you may not be kept waiting. GRAYSTONE
by Dr. Rivers and is improving stead me! : Mrs. :M. C. Davis, Granville I CASINO
ily. Isis daughter ir expected to ar- Ohio; Mr. and Mis. W. A. Sink-
rive from Colorado the first of next ey, :Muldletown. Ohio; Mr. and Mrs.
week being now on the way. She A. C. Stanton Brooklyn N. Y.; Miss Osceola Motor Co.Authorized 1.KISSIMlEE, FLA. ..
swill spend several weeks hen Blanche Giffick Beaver Fulls Pa.; J. r .
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Baker of Mich- J. England and wife, < Woodland .
iran( who .have been stopping at the Mich.; John A. B. Patterson Beaver MONDAY AND TUESDAY r
Park hotel for the past ten weeks, "Falls Pa.; Mrs. J. W. Kirtland and
left Feb. 4 for St. Cloud where they Miss Gertrude Kirtland of Sidnau Agents
will spend a few weeks before goingto Mich.; Mr. and Mrs M. Hull, Sidnau 20th
February and 21st.
Fort Myers White Water and Sarasota Mich.; Frank Herrick. Phenebeck N. Temporary office. Gray atone Casino Building, ,

and their many friends wish Y.; Mrs. G. B. Whitehead, Chicago, Kissimmee Fla.
thema, pleasant trip and a welcome 411.; Mr. and Mrs. A., F. Park Schuyler ,
-return to KJssJmmee. Lake, N. Y.
Rev B. L. Allen of Indianapolis Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wichtendahl. MATINEE -:- AND - NIGHT
Jnd., is here unc r the auspices of the of Kissimmee motored to Orlando :

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: Fire Insurance. See A. E.: Drought. Mr and Mrs. J. Oliveri Brison of Mrs. G. M. Shearouse, Jr., who Has Red Cross and'' one-third to the Orphanage -
.;: , I INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS, II Poll]) taxes must be paid on or be Kansas Oity, Mo., arrived on Thurs. been spending several weeks In Chat- at .enterprise.
fore.. Saturday Feb. 9th,-in order to day of last week for a month's visit tannooga; Term', with Assistant
with G. C. Livingston and family. Band Leader Shearouso of the"180th(
qualify to. vote in the city election.
- For quality in Rubber Goods, see A-d-1-e-r-i-k-a at Central Drug 5-4t Mrs. Brison is Mrs. Livingston's sis Feld Artillery, ctationed 11 ,Fort Ofr-
lt; 'our line. Central Drug Store. Store. \ Johnnie J. Jones lethorpe, returned home Sunday. Mr.
Ed. Donegan of Waldo has been ''The stork stopped.at the home'of, will be at the Osceola exposition County Fair which is ter.Mr.. and Mrs. Emmett RolifT '1'0- Shearouse is under' orders 'to leave Notice!
I visiting' relatlces in Kissimmee this Mr. and Mrs.1 Lyles Story Thursday, said to have the largest and the turned home last night from,. West for Waco, Texas, though the exac'
..i 1v' ''week, Jan. 31, leaving a fine boy. I smallest elephants in captivity.Thereare. Virginia, where they ,have been for date ,of departure is not known.B. .
; Goodrich' Rubber Goods for: superior Adlerika-the remedy! of tru'alr: five more lions this year. the past two months with relatives. Bryan 'of the Osceola Motor Co.,
\ quality, at Central Drug Store. ue., Fur sale by Central' Drug Store.* I Lndie! Our soldiers are' going They report the cold in that section agentsfor Ford cars,says business Is bo you wish for ease" grace and
almost unbearable, and are glad to be good. Since taking the elasticity?
R. B. White' and Mrs. T. H. Barber ". Mrjand Mrs. Herrick of Rhinebeck, 3,000 miles through one danger zone back -in Florida's, clime. Oct. tat Mr. over agency has
of Mulberry are guests this week' of N. Y., who spent some time in' Kis- into'anotlitr. It Is only a ,few >locki sunny Bryan's company I teach physical culture and drill
delivered
sold and 36
Mrs. T. C. Watson at 418 Church simmee last winter, -nre again guests from your Jiome to the Red Croos' Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Button returned cars In fact, work in the terpsichorean art; also
he
; street., at the Graystone hotel ; Cooked Food Sale at the Corner Drug home Tuesday from New'York says, it is almost impossible to get classic, modern and fancy dancing
,3 I City-.where they have been spendingthe cars in as fast as he can sell them. '
A Valentines" from ne' to twenty-five For Sale-"Iw. 'pair ..good _,,young Store' tomorrow. -Theres| no danger. past month visiting the family of Mr; Bryan hopes to' move into his .-ag desired. ,
' rents each at' CORNER DRUG* mules, broken} ,and .,well' matched. : .. Prosec utftisr! Attorney .W, B. Craw. their son. They returned via Clyde handsome new garage on Broadway Tuition for children and adults
STORE. J. W. Miller. 8-tf i ford made' a business trip 'to Lakeland Line from New'York to Jacksonvilleand about Feb. 15th.
.r'i' Miss Mattie Bandy returned on JMiss Frances Hay )has been selected Tuesday 'in the hUe rest of the Southern -; had a most-delightfulsea trip.S. "A.Brown Study," by Grace Rich. SIX LESSONS'
'i ii; ;. Thursday from eastern 'points where to assist in Secretary Thomas' off I Utilities Company, and on his return few mond, 'and "Emma
S. Griffin of Orlando McChesney &
'w .. she has been buying her spring stock flee in connection with thc Osceola here last night went to Jacksonville spent a Company," by Edna'' Feber Private lessons, either class or
hours in Klssimnfee Wednesday and "Kent
I Individual, at reasonable rates.
of for few .
l millinery. County Fair. a days.Hull .
Knowles'
I I greeting his many friends and attending Quahaug" by Joseph C. Lincoln
,.Fresh shipment Jacobs' Candies received The Red Cross food salevil! beheld Bs, Pat Johnjtcn and I to business matters; Sam has are new books just received at Day or evening appointments.
, every week. CORNER DRUG, at CORNER DRUG STORE. ,]I )le sr8. Sill on and Webber of Can- I II been named chairman of a committeeon the Hart Memorial library.
DRUG STORE. Saturday, Feb. 9. 1 I ada, who ure wintering in Kissim- entertainment for Governor Catts, Joseph Dunville, a prominent business INSTRUCTORS:
% Mr. and Mrs. George A. Briggs and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Stanton, \vho,, mte made an automobile trip toOcala who will be in Orlando' next Tuesdayat "man from Lockport, N. Y., is
,! daughter! Miss Vivyen, arrived t from are spending the wjnter, here left I I I ; 1. isweekand inspected ..some the opening oftho... .,Mid.Winter1"arrr..i visiting Kinsimmeefor the first timaan ( :.Mr'C; ,.Clrpenter:
'=tTSFUntBt(';,C"6riad'a-- f hurxilal :sand'revs: : Tuesday r6ra few-'daysHslghr.gg.toin'' ; / iiijilrl.M>< 'ocir- rmB'1n-tlAt'"icl"'" ; "'-''-,*':' "'"''? > w.-.o.wailJJi: "' :
* 'e' 'occupying their pretty" '* bungalow! on* at St. Petersburg .Tampa. :: 'I;I itf' ; ',The Gazette is plcksed! to acknowledge l. spt'ndlOm"' / time taking in 'the fishing -and-
k Mabbette strecC: Ladies! Remember the Red > :r '' \\' ore quested) by the county an invitation to be present at I trips here., He is stopping; at the.
g { p. Don't forget Valentine- ))uy, Feb. Cooked Food Stile nt the Corner Ilrup'' fair cojrimitlce on iiirt and needlecrnft the opening: of the Mid-Winter Fair Lincoln house. Mrs. Carpenter
14th. Get your Valentines tit CORNER Store tomorrow aftarnoon. "> i to announce that exhibits will be received in Orlando next Tuesday. Great I The King's Daughters' class] of the
.( DRUM STORE.!; Mrs. Nellie Rojrero left today foe j i for thin department at the preparations, are being made by Orlando M. t. church will have charge of the CORNER OF AKIN AVE. AND
'j r:'. Mrs. J. M. Wood and little I son, Atlanta and Cincinnati, Ohio, where Stanford' l/uiltjiijr on Stewart Ave., for the fair this year, and it lunch room at the fair grounds during BROADWAY t
''I' ; I' Jesse Morgan, .Jr., and Mrs Hender she will buy her spring stock of mil- ,, Saturday: and Monday preceding the promises to be '.rger and better than fair week One-third of the pro Next to Manhattan Hotel. fI
''".'t, ? son, all of Atlanta, (:a.s lire the guests linery. ,She wit (return in about ten'']i fair. ever. Kissimmee will be there en reeds will be donated to the local
"'' of Mrs. Wood's father, Dr. M. J. : days. |I Mrs- h.t_ !, Francis, who has been masse. a's usual.
Hicks, on Church street. I I Those: who wear silk shirt should pendiru! M'/CJsI months in Chicago; more.
i + a The virtue of Adlerika made it famous ": come and take a peep nt ours and buy ,,111.. r...rl rnitdmouth. Ohio is expected -
., for stomach and bowel trouble.] I I yourself sonic F. II. lyi.wson. home! 1u'f w nk. Mrs. Francs had Mrs. H. J. Sloss on Sumner street .
S For sale by Central 1 Drug Store. !, J. W. Hrndjen.eki and wife of New Ii i iI i intfncJt-d TuiiltinK" a longer stay but Mr. and Mrs. Gerdes have purchasedten '
s Mrs. lIinnil'IooreWillson; lefts I I i York City arrived this week and will i the extreme: (told compared too un- acres of lanJ near Mims and are
Tuesday for Jacksonville to attend ,,I spend a month or no here making the I II Ii fa\'cvh'y' with the Sunny South and preparing to 'plant a grove. They Current PricesKISSIMMEE
,;7 the annual state meeting of the'I Lincoln house their home during their I restarted homeward. She has been will make Kissimmee their headquarters -
Daughters of the American Revolu1 1 I sojourn. I I II Jlpl'l1< .np 1,1' o pant week at Atlanta for the present and may locate

tion. She is expected home.today. I I I War! War! War!! I am fighting i! here permanently. __ I I
- Come and get your Overalls, work high prices. Come in and let us make I - --- ,,
pants, shirts and save yourself money i i I you prices before buying ejfowhvre.:
and get the best goods, F. II. Law-I I F.: II. La\yson. Ga.Floyd's
'..i, , son. .1 I Anyone wishing a copy of the prejmium j FLORIDATaylor's "
\ Mr. and Mrs. Brice Ii. Ellis of Co- j list for the second 1 Osceola :;, Cash Groceryand ,
lumbua, Ohio' and Mr. Glenn: Castner, j County Fair may secure one by ap- ;' ,
Tt wife and daughter of Kalamazoo: II plying to Secretary Thomas'at his office
vq ; Mich., are motoring! through Florida I, in the city hall building. I I
and are spending some time in Kis- It is said that Johnnie J. Jones famous Grocery
s ... nimmee. amusement, "The Witchine Market 1
/ Ladies! You will be doing your Waves," has added a few extra thrills]
i, part in the !great war if1 you attend ,for the second Qacvola County Fair. j'
the Cooked I' EVERY WE SELL,, IS STRICTI.GUARANTEED OR MONEY
. Store Food Sale at the CornerDrug Ladies! The Red Cross is an international I ITEM Pillsbury Flour, Ib ____i___ .07 Dairy Maid Hominy .,__.___ .10
tomorrow afternoon. I It is REFUNDED. READ TilE FOLLOWING PRICE LIST CAREFULLY.
..; Mr. .and Mrs, '''G. B. Woodall and I as'useful and organization.efficient here as it just is i j TIllS 'LIST ONLY COVERS A SMALL PART OF THE GOOD Occident Flour Ib ______i .07 2 Cant Lye Hominy _______ .25

daughter, Miss! Thelma, !Miss! Susie I behind the trenches'. Go to. the Cook- I THINGS WE HAVE. COME IN AND INSPECT OUR STOCK. WE Gold Medal Flour, Ib _____ .07 2 can No. 2 Sweet Cora____ .25
c :,:' Bell and Mrs. Missouri Bronson mo- I ed Food Sale tomorrow) afternoon at i I ORDER ANYWHERE IN Arrowhead Flour, Ib ______ .07
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tored to Orlando Sunday in the Wood- the Corner Drug Store.II. WILL BE GLAD TO DELIVER YOUR 2 can No. 2 Tomatoes .... .25
,' {. all car to attend the gospel services THE CITY. Palace. Pastry Flour, Ib ____ .07 2 can No. 2 Okra&Tomatoe .25
II. Tunnicliffe. vlceprt'sident.and ,
'in the Alliance. hall. C. D. Dyal. cashier of the new Olive Branch Pastry Flour Ib. ..07 No. 2 Polar Cora _____.___, .10
,... Y.. Dr. II. J., Slosg, who recently-mov- Bank 'ofSt.CIouJare? ; transacting 6 Bar Silk Soap 1________ .%5 Large Size Apricot ...______ -25 Self-Rising Flour, ,Ib ______ .07 No. 2 Soaked Pea
_______. .08
|'ed to Kissimmee,from ,..Wymore ,Ncb.I .; business/I in juKissimmeei. todays VThe '
? / ; No. 2 Bint Ridge Pegs ___M.14
;Potatoes tb ____,___,_." .04 . White Corn Meal Ib .... '. ,'.05
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has rented j a!2 room|in i!thej Fleming newly organized! g bankhas Kjustfrrecentlyjpurchased - 2 can Cream Corn.,1, ; .35
block]on Darlington I e venuefwherelheIwill ) the!buiJding and fix< (Creamery' (R.tUi, *.' ,i.'l.: '.. > 'SO No. 2 Cenon Peas '....'... .18 Fine or Coarse Grit, Ib ..... :- .08 2 Sifted ''''L.'i: I
open'an'office*.forj the..'p turesoftheldefunetJFjrstNalionalJrx | "Swift.Lincoln Oleomsirgariue'.30Nut No. 2 FUg,BriedPeu, ____,; .15 , j; Cane Peas ,!:.::. l.3S
aT'efj ( ; Fancy Head Rice Ib ..'..I. .IB
I medicmel next I Monday and twill open forLbuJnee onjFeb415.r : 2 can Auburn __ :.35
fa- vnJ____, _,__,_-., _,7__ No. 2 Soaked Pea -_..___. .10
., Oleomargarine ________ .33 : 1<,4 Ib pkg. National Oats__ .10 No. 2 Cranberries _._ .20

--I Swift Premium Oleomargarine .35 No. 2 White Label Dimpled IVz, tb pkg. Yellow Meal ... .15 No. 2 Blueberries ___._ .20

Oil gal _________ .15 Pea ____. _-___ _-_-,-- .18 Post Toanties '
II --.--?-- ____________ .10 No. 2 Blackberries _.._ .15
I Grits, lb. ________________ .06 .White Label Mince Meat __ .10 Kellogg' Corn Flake______ ..12Kellogg' No. 2 Pitted Red Cherries? __? .35

Meal Ib. ________...____ .06 French Mustard_ -" ---_--- .12
Krumble .. .._ .10 No 2 Libb '
Slice ; .
) j Pine ..__ .25
N H I I iwenaars .17 :
Lima Beans __________ _
j Swift Picnic Shoulder, ____ n
.29 j Egg Noodles _--________-- .05 No. 1 Premier Grated Pine __ .15
Yeas/ UNITEDSThTE Cooked Brains _ __ Fresh Fla. Cabbage ___nu .05
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I can I Spaghetti or Macaroni 5c and .10 No. 3 Grated Pie Pine __ .15
Vienna Sausage ______ __ .10 Kelloggs Krambles _:___n_ .10
u I Pancake Flour uu_ _ _ .10 No. 2i/a Cala. Peaches .25
Potted Meat ___ ________ .05 I i National Oats .'""-u_ .11 Ballard's
u Bran ____ __ ___ .25 No.
n 21/2 Cala. Plum_ .25
I : Mothers Oats _________u_ .11
Small Tuna Fish ., __ .10 Pillsbury' Health Bran ____ .15
.uu No. 2V2 Turbas Pear______ .20
, Sliced Pineapple ____Un_ .24 !
Round can Sardines ____ .IZVz' No. 2 Grated Pineapple .20 Kellogg* Bran __u_______ .15 No. 21/2 Muscat"Grapes '_ .25

'- FURNITURE (I FURNITURI Granulated Sugar _________ .10 : Uu Pillsbury'* Vito ______'_ .20 No. 2 Cala. Slice
u Peaches._ .12
I I Seeded Raisins ___..._____ .15
Pure Apple Cider Vinegar /2 tb Tetle Tea _______ .40
Prunes __________ ______ .17 No.1 Preserved Strawberries ..12l'
bottle ,____ ___1_ _____ .14 I 1 Ib,, Beat Japan Tea ___ .50 Ib Corn Starch
pa3a Evaporated Peaches ____...- .17 'I u pkg. '____ .10
No. 10 White Karo Syrup_ 1.00 I 1917 Coffee ..__ _______ ,22
Puffed
n Wheat Rice______ .15
Evaporated Apples .._____, ,16 or.
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No. 5 White Karo Syrup .__ .50 I Sour Pickles _____________ .12 Pure Ground Coffee ___uu .20 Small Crisco ____________. .35

No. 5 Pure Cane Syrup ____ .50 Sweet' Pickles .14Libby' Premier Coffee ____ ____u_ .40 Medium Crisco ____ .50
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would be pleased to have you come in COFFEE I Jelly __________,___ .14 Barrington Hall Coffee _____ .40 Good Fancy Fresh Erap. Prunes Apples, pkg. _. .15
\\7E .15
and say, "We are from that part of these Pure Ground Coffee _______ .20 I Celery Salt _uu______. .12 Granulated Sugar _____uu .10 Lane Prunes _'_ 18 I

that Good Green Coffee _______ .18 ,I Onion Salt ______________ .12 I
good old United States where we demand Maxwell Coffee ________ .30
'. u Libby' Dill Pickles ..18Walker's
C&nu
we be shown." Floyd' Hobby Coffee _____ ..35LiptoD' Hot Tamales, can.. .10 I CASH AND CARRY I I

Yellow Label __u_ .38 'i iKellogg' Brown Beauty Beans in
I
r It is then up to us to produce the goods or we Corn Flake...*._ .12 Gravy, ian uUu______ .15 SATURDAY ONLYArmour's

Skinners Macaroni _____ .10 Durkee's Salad Dressing __ .33
) u Sugar Cured Ham No. 14 round Sardine
.. .. cannot expect you to become a customer. -It is the u can

- ."r opportunity' desire and AVC await comins.t Skinner' Spaghetti _____u ..10I I Green Seal Salad Dressing_ ..30Kellon' i Ib ________ ____ ______ .30 Sauce _____ _____ _____ 10 J

f your Large' size Egg Noodles u__ .10 Biscuits, package__ .13 Reliable Picnic. Ib ____ _ .27
t Med Jar Sliced Beef __ ___ .20
:' Ryzon Baking Powder .33 Log Cabin Syrup ___uu .25, White Salt Meat, Ib ___n_ .30 u
The a'fler-in.pection' purchase is the wisest t and jhe that will always uu J
one Tioga Sliced Peaches, Heavy Apple Sauce. can un____ ..10'I i No. 1 Corned Beef _u_____ .25, Large Jar Sliced Beef _____ .40

prove satisfactory. Syrup _____ _____ _n__ .12 No. 2 Red Kidney Beans __ .14;! :' No.1 Roast Beef uu- .25 Med. Jar Peach Preserve__ .20

There is more or less of a hazard about any other.t.ii7d.riANTHAN. 15 oz. Sliced Peaches, heavy I Oyster Cocktail Sauca ___u .20| i j No.1 Cooked Brains __u__ ..20No. Large Jar Peach Preserves. .35

Syrup n___ _-___ _____ .14 i I Red Snapper Sause ____n_ .15] 1 Deviled Tuna _____u .10 Wilson Apple Butter _u___ .35

Large size Red Label Peaches ..25I Tabasco Sauce ___________ .40 I 8
No. % round Apple ___
I can Sardine oz. Jelly ______ .15
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,,, plain _uu__ ______ .10 Shred Codfish __________ ,12Vi ,
We carry a Full Line of Fresh and I

We never quote prices on inferior goods, as we regard them high
Cured Meats. Come in and select I
at any price. By looking and buying ahead we are often able to sell ;

:I THE SATISFACTORY STORE the kind like for Sunday best grdae- at prices lower than' inferior goods offered by our com q
you your
':r' KIS FLA. petitors. We wish to satisfy you atTaylor's -

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iahes. About one hundred acres will lows frequently: and, the oil that they FROM FROST TO FLOWERS ,

1.1': RUMINATIONS OF REX I County Agents' Report be planted to' Irish potatoes before will get on themselves) will be a complete '4publicity i
the middle of February, for shipping.: control of all parasitts.! Washington, D. C, Feb. 1.-The .
u Suwajinee County: At,, a recent.meet.ing propaganda fathered by p ti
t'ount--r; Wet inn. !"Jeff" Thomas of Jacksonville and
J I A 'real 1 estate deal was made on somewhat embarrassed by the new I'asco ers are pre- of .the melon growers' association ] the best .,;
paring to plant corn, .cotton, broomcorn several new members were Kidney, liver, lung and. intestinal Tampa, spread through magazines '
J Tuesday, January 30, between M. S. food law. Meatless, wheatlcss and. 'and .castor beans besides the im added, and the acreage of melons this worms cause heavy losses 'in your in the country, advocating that
Latta and J. M. Smith. Mr. Smith parklesB] days will produce a category portant food crops One farmer re- year was increased to more than These be controlled at"I small during .thhse fuel' saving days people
which will be extremely difficult to pigs. can
i Had rented hill place to J. I). Taylor, ports that he raised one .hundred twelve hundred' mixturein who have big homes in tile north who t
follow oi1 to enforce cost by having condition
I who was to plant the five acres annexed v and twelve bushels of dasheens on one Jefferson County: Farmers are a consume, many tons of coal ;for heat-
thereto in Irish potatoes and Mr. J. N. Smith received a letter acre of heavy soil last year. now shipping milk from the county the feed 10t.8'arid pastures. This ing should indulge their love of travel I
that gentleman waa to receive ono- from his sister a few days ago stating I'utnam County: Planting for thenew for which they' receive thirty cents a should be kept in troughs or boxes of and go to the balmy southland, thus .\
that Raymond Craig had died at is in full gallon. An effort is being made to leaving whatever coal is to be had
third of the Mr. Irish swing.
crop. Taylor consented : potato crop easy access and with covers to pro
Fort Meade, a short time since. Mr. '
be increase in increase the shipment to one hundred for the less fortunate who must remain -
to the purchase and sale. He There will a large the
Craig was wH known to many of our daily which time tect the material from rain. at work in the bleak north-has .
appears to be well satisfied with the acreage. gallons at the buyer
people for his skill in pruning orange County Farmers in this will put in a cooling plant. Worm Mixture. borne fruit. *
change of landlords and Mr. Smith liay : '
and wife are satisfied with their part. trees and did some 'good work for the. county are responding to the call, to 'Broward County: A number of Coarse ground charcoal ..1-2 bushel This coal conservation suggestion: JJ. ;
in this He left
of the trade,,. people OIls section nome community.time since lie plant castor ,beans, even, if not 'more farmers are preparing'to plant cas- Haldwoodashes, ______ 10 pounds has been under sonsideratiori by the. ;I.
Demonstration .Agent Evanskindly than one acre can be given to the tor beans and some seed has been ordered (federal administration and it won J ;
leaves a wife and several] children His Air-slaked lime _?________4'' pounds less

carried week and us we to spent St. Cloud the night one with day lust our wife Smith's was a daughter. of one of .Mr. crop.Manatee County: Club membershipIs Liberty. County: The first.carload Salt ___________ _. ._..._... 4 poipnds a place convert than in the no office! of conspicuous the fuel administrator a- ,

friend L. B. Orawdy, returning the" If the sisters.has increasing among the. boys in this! of hogs ever shipped from this coun- Pulverized copperas___ _.._ ,2 poundsMix for the national capital ill/ ;
produced!
war material
any .
next day by rail. Our,; return trip effect on our prosperity we county. In,one week 23 new members ay was sent out last season. This thoroughly, put in accessible "From Frost. of Flowers," rung an .'
was made agreeable by the presenceof have failed 10 it.Some have joined the pig club and' 25 have season four or five carloads have been locations and keep dry.' alliterative and agreeable advertising >
percieve ar
Zach Bass, enq.; who is a genial tivJes are higher in price than they joined the corn club. An effort is being shipped out, and the record will be slogan now displayed in the daily pai 1 j.
companion: and His conversation on but there to be increased made to get increased' plantings doubled next season. Purebred hogsare Hog Cholera.] pore He refers to the vacation; possitnnties s
law points which alluded to' some" .were 1 to meet appears the demand. We- of. rice. If the acreage justifies, a being shipped into the county and This is a ,disease that kills more of our southernmost state. r
HM"I business connected with ah affair in have wages.not been those 'who cleaner and polisher will be put in. farmers are preparing to give hog hogs in Florida than all other diseases This suggests another: "From Fuel .a
among are I
which Rex is. indirecUy concerned;. complaining, so we suppose all .is A plan for growing rice is i to follow raining more attention' combined and is incurable' when to Flannels," and ,,"orkinlhackward .
Lake'County: Up to the middle of toward the {head of the two .
(.came from an acute mind. winter cabbage with corn, to be followed ] : alphabet
We are still domiciled with" William 'I quiet.1.. M. Drawdy and son, Joe,, were with rice, and this removed in January, orders for nitrate of' soda ic once attacks an anim l. The best more "From bituminous to Bathing
amounting to $13,000 had been to protect the hogs is to immunize Beaches" and "From Anthracite
Temple. The old gentleman. has taken visitors during the latter of last rime for winter truck. re way : to 1
j' part
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the farming' complaint. and la about week. His business was strictly; a Liberty County: Attention is being oeived. From all accounts a' large them at 8 to 10 weeks of age. If Alligators." .
to' purchase: a piece of murk land 1 business one. He reports all well at j.given. to prospective peanut plantings.It acreage of 'castor. beans win be given the double treatment they' will 'Clotl'ed-No Coal," read a sign l.

t through the. agency of Mn. Nelson, home and matters generaly at St.. is likely that enough will 'be plant planted S. then be immune for ]life pasted on the door of the emergencydistribution n
and he will put. a rood farm hand to Cloud in fair condition. j ed to justify the installation of improved office of xthe district fuel t-
work thereon, and expects .to make a This beautiful uprirvg-like weather 1 harvesting machinery TAKE CARE, OF. THE HOGS In a word, sanitary quarters should administration.John j''

fine. prop. presents a strong i:inducement' to, our Taylor County: One farmer" received always be provided! for all, livestock, I. Weaver, the fuel administrator >
There has been. 'some' little excite- : city farmers to begin planting and'tf $1400 for a carload of "common" More meat a 'war measure' is, particularly! J hQ i+ Feed lots that for the District of Columbia' is '
m.nt created. among 'some of the' we have no severe' drawbacks. this hogs shipped from!) Perry last week.1(. as have been in use .for': some time, in-Florida for at least a,, week's visit, >
tichool. the urged by the government.. and 'his ''has attracted V i
patrons concerning aUt'mJ.j will certainly be a fine early He stated that they 'had cost him departure so [
ance of their children at. the year, !but farming is almost crop like. about one cent a pound In no way can the meat'supply of, should] ,"be changed frequently; much attention at ,this time that : :

School, the! law requiring all children I,I gambling, each one has to take' a Santa )Rosa County: A feature of the country be increased faster than Pastures should] never be allowed many other 'prominent Washington- :
between the ages of 8 and 14 to be chance, the work stressed by the newly-ap by the "Hog Route." to get too bare. iant have been impressed with. the advantages :' \

Bent 80 days during the school I To form an idea of the pert taken pointed agent is boys' agriculturalclub ] Pork constitutes of a trip to Florida this I. t
It. would appear to us .that the year'l'by this country during the presentwar work. Several boys have joinedthe more than one- HOW TO DRY CUIIB PORK I Mvnsoh and are likely to follow Mr.I
davits they are required) to the following facts are related by pig club and the corn'and peanut half of the meat products of the Unit- ; W aver'8 good example.-Tarnpu ': x

showing cause why they had ,.one who has been there with curiosity club' ._, ed States. It is the mainstay of the The method of dry-curing pork is Times, Feb 1. ,

send them would] be called for nearerhe..Vmloflhe I enough to observe. I He says, you rids; Orange County: During the. last laboring man and the soldier. Therefore by the University of Flor I :

. < < .:4.h--, w/'m. as these must .behave out .in an ah American '((utom bHtr.to I ( rtic..w eks ,the-edunty agent has inbred the, hog 9v the most :important. describe..1ion! division. ; ., as follower: !ri9.t STOMACH. TROUBLE-jf ... ..
: arvee +ctilil'4jI.4.U )to '1{h e t t'rtr'iltNisi' 'du g :u>wtth'-A m 'I'Ionl1' .ollula MIt.1UDt: < <'.'\\ anima"jp>jt>rtfrg fto f7aivj5r.vyrm ..a is'is ..*A ft.f'I''th --'M.mtltntlN Iit"tMji'o'1W'NI: t V 'T7''" -j-a. jH [ .
IIIhe GASES SWsiffiWawWW|(
children to make good. hors, using' the simultaneoustreatmeht. ( farnitoday. especially vn'u 'Srl.rm;
tools. :, ilned with American lumber, I ; ( ed; place 'each on a clean, bleached, ,f"Pap's
A good joke is told on a patriotic protected l by American: barbed Wire,' The total cost to the ''owners true on, the Florida farm. muslin! cloth about. yard square, oran
old gentleman who was praising a. mounted with American guns filled for this immunity to hog: cholera Our farmers in the. past have bet'nI I opened flour sack, after (covering make sick,
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young man who said lie had saved one I with American ammunition, defended was about 1-2 per cent of the value negligent in developing the hog industry j the cloth with newspapers. I'liu-c tju'ham Diapepsln"stomachs surely feel. fine lour.ga..y '.
life during the After he had of the "
war. hOjc--cheap "hog insurance.
f>vmen equipped, clothed and fed or shoulder skin-Hid down oil .
railed I the lay l all I the good names he I with American products. American There will be about :2000 acres'of sea to its fullest. possibilities, but top of the papers and apply the following . In five minutes. <

", ('ouldt.hink of in honor of' his bravery?{, U'I'lIlunes! are scouting overhead, the island cotton planted in the' county now, with the urgent call of our goveinment : I : --- i d

he asked the. young man to ,relate the | cavalry dashes' to the front on American this year. The Apopka section alone for an increased meat supply To a fifteen-pound\ ham, take 1 teacup I If t wliat'yoii just ate U souring/ on ,

j clr'um"tanc1un.1\ tell hii l i how he had horses and the light artillery i ibrought is will plant over 800 acres. A Sea Island it is absolutely) necessary that of granulated sugar! 2 teacup of your sloma..J1 or IHM like a lump of :'
saved one life. The young man's". reply gin has already been secured for salt, 2 of Mack I ,
forward on American mules. i our farmers appreciate the situation. tablespoons > pepper Irail. or yon' di'li-li' tritx! and eructatesour t
was: "I done it by not. enlisting.' I And if Democratic that locality. and one tablespoon of pep)
our rooster cayenne '
| was j I ) undigested( l food, nr base a feeling t>
Our old friend Lankford appearsin ', there he says he'd just' simply fly :Nassau County: Farmers! are shipping and do theirutmost to produce every per. Place all 1n a vessel. l and in of f Hli//iiu-; fullness. r
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lioirtliiirn. onuses,
no-haste to return to North. Caro- | over the old Kaiser's hood and the 'I'I from six to ten cars of sweet. potatoes pound, possible of. pork products. thoroly. Rub this mixture into the "H .. '
lina. We discovered him several days ,' f first time he opened his mouth he'ddrop I a week from this section which Past", urea. meat until every 'part haal.morbed... bad tale in inmttli. awl l uliimnrh-licad- -.
I ago busy with a shovel and apparently ,'I in one of the rottenest eggs that they are receiving,!' one dollar a' bushel Permanent and all it will, doing the work thoroly. Hcln. you inn Jd t n li. f ill Ire minute\ t
.. busy striving to improve his place. i could he found uilywhere\ in this coun- foh.lore!\ food and feed crops will temporary hog pastute'ihould After this application, fold the doth'', l Iy miitrult/iri) a"H"I t '. I'ut an end to :)
Laziness! is not one of his faults and tl')'. 1 be planted this year than ever before. ] be on every .farm. I entirely\ around the meat, being careful fuch xliminili distress' tvmt liy (.'litling a r,

i you will find tim at work let him, l lo Several of our young hunters are The pig!' club )Uurocs are doing extra Mange, Lice, Fleas licks, Kedbugs. i that every piece is well covered, larjtfifl,,"-i"< ntfru. ruse of 1.111'] i>'n Uiflprimine !!

where he may I I quite\ busy in Hunter's Paradise andtf fine. The corn club boys will show These pests should not be toleratedin and hang in a cool place.. ..< 'mix' .!rulz( % mi realize" jn
Tho old saying is that. if the ground results not "Dad" how to grow corn again this ,, ,
are 1n1.ulT.
accomplished ere any of the herds. . fl niiniitt'u Low nervll'.s i ill t i 'r
hog comes out of his hole on the 2nd FEBRUARY MEETING
SHORT
t of and long- the dears are mulch more thy year. Their control is easy and can be from indi :'i'ftiiin. dysi.'p''is 1 1ecli nrmy' Ktomlit -
February discovers hi shadow
? than they are supposed! to. be. Rex Walton County: One farmer is .
I
he returns and obtained The county school board met at the disorder;. l esnsed l.! t' f 1'r1n'nlatioQ{ l
by the
in providing
t stays six weeks knows of one couple, at. least who building: a modern dairy barn to ac- hof'sth::
:I more. Indicating that there court._house Monday in regular session duu 19 t'JtCt'lIl1i acid in tomuch.
will be .wallows
will call concrete of
upon some one to do the tying commodate thirty head of fine dairy sufficient size to ,
r : bad with Chairman W. ---- --
C.
weather HUSK
for that W.
length of time. '
This together work before many cattle He says he expects to build be efficient for the purpose. A 20x20 R. Lanier of )) Engraved Calling Curds and Wed- -
) year it will be in accordance weeks. seven more just like it before he fin- Campbell, Station, and J.
with what time he came forth ff soon .'onsidewble, excitement WBS cnu> foot wallow is about right for 100 11. Baisden' of$ Kenaniville, present. ding Invitations, Engraved and Embossed :: ., '
'i head. Keep this Wallow always well The session was a short. one and .,
r' ('I by our young men being allei1 l to Stationery can be secured at '
:decidedl i i the court house to be'no covered with crude oil about 14 'inch no matter of importance came up, for .
We fear J pass an examination military duty. There may draft} discussion other than business the Gazette office. Let us show you
ordinary
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our merchants will be i to decide if they 'Were fit for however in this Bounty thick.: The hogs will use these wal routine. our samples and price tf


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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE., FRIDAY __ -- SEVER
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;>B & claimed that ehe was in need of assistance
Proceedings of the for the reason that her l-us-

band was now .and has been for a

long time, unable to, support them; ;

I County Commissioners whereupon, on motion of A.. F. Bass, SHOES
l seconded: by E. I. D. Overstreet and ,

__ carried, the clerk was instructed to
-- draw a warrant for $5.00 maintenance -

I Klssinunee, Fla, pairs- to be done, Mr Guy was1' assured /to Julia Jernlgon.; J. W. Thomp Our large stock of New Shoes in all the Latest Styles 1
J
9 7 that roads would bo worked as son tor coffin to Co. pauper: $6.00; J.
January 1918. it was possible.The E. Johns-tort, for surveying road from .

I The in and Board for of the County county Commissioners of Osceola- soon as clerk called attention of boardto inole Whittler Pharmacy, Deer for Park medicines$45.00;to Sem-Co. and colors have arrived and are now on exhibition

'td A 10 \he above date, the fact that some arrangementsshould Simmons for
met at a. m. on paupers $7. 5; A. J.
I Flo there being present Ernest Madh, be made for Road a depository where-for hauling lumber> for county bridge at our store. We have for your' approval:
Surface Fund
'( chairman; E. L. D. Overstreet J. K.Hilliard. the Hard $50.0O; C. F. Johnson for printing ,
; A F. Bass made
I A. F. Boss Guy upon Commissioner specifications for special road and
. motion that the State Bank of Kis-
commissioners; John S. Cadel. attorney , a bridge district No. 2, $104.00.
; for the board, and J. L. Over- simmee be designated/ as depostory Commissioner! B. H. Guy made,fa Queen Quality Shoe Florsh im.Shoes'-'
which motion
fund
for said was sec-
. street, clerk. motion that Mr. R. R. Reynolds of . .
onded Commissioner E. L. D. Ov
. .' Thb minutes of the regular and by St. Cloud be instructed to make a sur- for Women For Men
and it
erstreet and carried .was so or- '
1 special sessions of December, 1917 vey of the proposed road from Aptfxie "
1, read and approved. dered. to the St. Lucie county line, whioh '
were
The matter of appointments to be $5.00 to $10.00 $7.00 -$10.00 '
Mr.1' H. C. Stanford and C. W. Ward made by the board was taken up, and motion and carried.was seconded by A. F.: Bass. to .

appeared before the board and stated after the clerk presented all appli-
Mr. Herndon> state engineer 'in
3. that as Osceola the $50.00 assessment! by the made Dixie cations to the board, the following charge of the work on the Loughman Educator Shoe. for Children DOUGLASS SHOES 'II
against county
; : appointments were made: road, presented the following1 'tolls ,
had not been paid, and as '
. Highway L. R. Farmer general supervisor I for payment out of the Special Road
other counties in the ,
the
of $2.50 to $4.00
?. ; state most had paid their assessment Os- of road work, to have charge of prisoners and Bridge district bond money!; : $3.50.to $8.50 :"

ceola county should pay its assessment and purchasing supplies for Metal Prod. Co. for culverts $902.00A

1. as soon as possible whereupon same at a salary of $125.00' per .C. I.. Ry. Co., expense bills 2835.15
month.. Full line of Lower Priced Shoe, for Men Women and Children.
), on motion of E. I* D. Overstreet, sec A. C. L Ry. Co., expense bills 1393.32 .
. onded by A. F. Bass and carried, the : G. W.Ashton, as manaf'er.of;! 'road Ala. Paving Co., material __ 3045.02 'r. 1i

: clerk was instructed to draw a' war- 'grading, etc., salary $75.00 per for ''which vouchers were drawn. in '.

. rant in favor of L.P.Dickie, 'secretary month payment thercfor.-; i
: of the State Highway Association, for\>> J.. E. Bass, janitor of court house The following bills were, examined, .I H. C. Stanford Co.

. said amount.-- ..' at salary of '$50.00 per month.Dr. approved and ordered: paid: .
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J. 1), Chunn as county''physl-
: Mr. G. M- Young appeared before Ernest ,Mach commissioner ....I R.nf
clan he to do all
. the board ,and- reported that the at $250.00 per year, K I. .II OvorHtrcet. (romr ?_---.. 10.00
post mortem,work, the county to pay ._,...
amount now allowed his family was . J K llllllnrd. com 1' -- 6.flO
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for all drugs ''and dressings, etc. A. K. Manx, (comr' -.--. IZ.OOH -- - - - - -
board
and asked the to
sufficient,
not The board took a recess! until 130! II tiny .oonir. _-_ IB.Ofl
dead F. dead and Eliza-
give him an increase; whereupon .1 H Cmli-l. ally fur honrd20.11 ; Mary Sears ,
. Commissioner A. F. Bass made' a motion p. m. It K Kvnim.: Co. Dem .AKl. loooo beth S. Barnes dead.A I
tthat- he be allowed $15.00 for The board met at 10() p. m., a full 1.1. K: Mum, janitor f.o.00 number of the leading citizens of II i War Bread Diet Started Monday j r
It I care" 12.60I'I"M
January and February, which motion i board being present. pfuruhr.UK ram Juilue Jail<'u. -('I. 86.00' St. Cloud were present at the board

was' seconded by B. II/ Guy and I car- lIr.Iartf, Stoke!! appeared before II ( ""ft-t -"rkd 1 ,,,,and=thevYlerk, Wiiii'hfnrtrurted"tQ, n dtJt! $ <1d.bJm..tQ.1Iak4t.l'.a.rpul.tion : ;; ."..ww's' +tr/-rty/ "+'+!''lnvls ,iltI.H.k'I"."' I Mt.1i'e: ;i lwhdNIAiida'rontracfbl"te'onstructiolt '; + w ashlngton.T'.C.l j The"" i to bur only 70 percent
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( in valuation of property MoiiiHdocn.' mAlntonniuM' 0 Of( of road in the district
warrant for said amount. people started on a war bread 'year ;
maI (
draw a I KvaiiH: act. _* G."" purchases.
board advised, Claud owned by Mrs. J. F. Clarksrm. Board name-ly: W. 'L. Frost, Samuel Bram, 01'a be sold '
The being that Mm M llfiinaon, tnftlnU --_- 11.00 .Ionday as a part war in such a man.
Sylvester had moved out of Osceola advised Mr. Stokes that they could .1 II \Vl-lnht, His in t -. -_ .. filth mar, S. J. Triplett, C: E. Carlson, Edd !system prescribed! Saturday night community will receive
instructed the clerk not to not do anything until they met toequalize R U "'""I.It., mnlnt_.- Boo George, S. W. Porter and R. R. Rey. l'rc'sidentVilson! and the food share.
; county ..
valuations of Sirs" .IIt"1 .InluiM, ninlnt. 6.00
the in -
t draw any warrant for maintenanceafter property :Mi'H H A Wilson, plaint T> nolds, et al.! istration. "Victory bread," the administration will
January in his favor.Mi ] July.Mr. flaml HOviwtvi', (1inln--------I ( fi.oo The matter of sale of bonds for administration calls it. the army and for the allies
M. M. Smith as1 representativeof Ill'Ilu OollliiBloii .iiinlnl. 4.00 $275,000 in special Road and Bridge
Sullivan he1 .4.r. 30 cent'
I I 'George appeared recently
t.; .. The reduced rations are asked peg
the State Road t If TllllK. matnt 800Jnn
Department, ('ume"I'fol'e taken and after -
District No.
2 ,
1 fore the board in the interest of the <> ('lc-iin-ntn, malnl. ._ A,nMr "', was up the purpose of creating a large output.
the board in the interest of the
'i road near ''his community, and asked .lIu,')' 1'itilui'lt. Imdol------ fi.OOMIH some discussion between the port surplus of food for the la 74 Per Cent Milling
them to open said road; whereupon I.oughman road, and insisted that the I, SlmmoiiH, pntnl.-. __ S.'MiM board and the bidders,. Commissioner allies. Curtailment 01'con.. are require(.'to 'pro. .
boaid have grade at Reedy Creek M MoiMfllniKl. iiiHlnt .'_,' IUM(' made motion that the an
: u B. H.
'J. K. Milliard made Guy a I of flour of
I Commia'doticr u J9fi pound.*
mid :MVH I. MlililiH) moist ._ 11.00 tion will be accomplished lalgely I
, graded to 18 inches higher,: after bonds be sold] to the Peninsular Engineering -
; Cudel fort of which
motion that Mr. rttorney A M I. ciianwv ,111.101-------- fi.ooMIH voluntary effort, but forces will l wheat rep-
the board, be instructed! to !lee1: r. some discussion on the matter. Com \ ; II! :M loliliu. ..,,,Inl. IB.'OlK ) & Contracting company of I wherever per cent flour. No'patent
} missioner1 E. L. O. Overstreot made a tt lfihiKKli.M.' malrrt------ (5.o11 i Tantpa, ,Florida, they l being the high employed permitted \
i Put Johnston! and 1 find out what .t<'l'I1Si' flours he manufactur
motion that grade" be. left UH it now I li, ', 1. Iliitifly. ,iiinmlHnfottK 4I 1 bidder
could he mane rvfratding the right of II'usial; \ Tel: <'illil O: I11OK8UKOHCii est and best was I whole wheat flour may
,,) way; motion' seconded by A. F. Buss which motion was seconded by A. F. I' .Imluf. . _ seconded by Commissioner A. F. Bass' The rationing system, as (' Usual.
and carried.Mr. HUSH and carried. IIXKIllll Illlu I'o r.MIJIIX.. lIlHIrllKilni and carried by unanimous vote of the by the PrcHident in a and restaurants will be
', ,' n' till 'nValliy < and Food Administrator Hoover '
Sealed bid from the Tampa Trib- ? ) by
board. I
A. L. Hunt appeared before thelionrd bakeries and will. be re-
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I linyi'Cl.IIII; | | m.l I'
une Publishing, Company for printingeunty Commissioner B. 'II. Guy then madea I a list of regulations, forma the
and 1 stated, that the ()kpcholiee) I .fft..H lo.r.h serve the new "victory
Company desired to make a change in I booklet was< presented! to trio ,I'Vlioli.. 1h:I iin I'... Oituli. Ol |Its 3'l.75! motion that tho contract for construction administration's 1918 food ( r
Ixinril by the clerk! and slime opened, i'allliurrtlrl li'jsnl ."It.'n .. f.Hiii. of road in special Road and tion program of which the chief I
the right of way deeded) by them t6 <<.l administrators will be
oH'ul"| Md\v I < 115.110 1 ) 1 1I
the prices submitted being u* follows: o. 'potato plantol District No. 2 awarded to tures are! '
of Osceola ), I ,. Bridge I
the County near enllns- I lass W1 I'll llulilM & tvnti-r 21.IK' to designate the wheatless
,ville and after explaining the matterto JiflOO, () copies/ the board. Commissioner A. F. additional 1000 copies up to 10,000 II & W II I I"''''''. iTTord book011.411) tracting Co. of Tampa Fla., which beginning Monday with a 5 per proclamation, be.
I A I'aytoitniitl, ('I. I HOUH>_ 221 s
'IHI.OO.(i seconded Commissioner i I Isuhstitution'of other ,
motion was by cereals
4, Bass made a motion that requect be i.l' HulliU-U. \ recuidliiK pint InIinwn on the public for a fur
pranted. The county to deed Okee- iidoo mAnilla catalogue envelopes, addition _"_ 5.00 A. F. Bass and carried'by unani- wheat until a 20 per cent consumption, makes '
chobee Company lands described informer jL'ti.50; ouch additional 1000 up; to 10- lass w & I*. !I' .ri-imli-H t Ilitlita I mous vote of the .board. is reached! February 24. appeal to the housewife to
000. $4.25.'Total court. ho..". -._ S.50 State Engineer G. J. Arms, and A, I
teed and the company to deed Kt: I'louil TilliuiumiliHrrlpllnni. ) fin.IKVnlloy Sale by retailers to of food
Osceola county lands as per proposed amount of booklet! at above UuK'UiMiljmrii't -l<>li ._ ftii.i'O. G. Herndon engineer in charge of the of an equal amount of I ,
prices $987.75, for 1000 copies booklet : -., ',. rood made an estimate of
change: in right of way, which motion T !M Murphy Judge r\- ( 12.60 Loughman flours for every pound of wheat ,
and 1000 manilla titvelopcR.! OHIm-im IhlIk..r K lHHitiiino, the cost of construction ofroad in
wag seconded by B. II. Guy and tarried purchased at the time the wheat
The above bid<<.l being the only one < iHtvola.I"my roll llnir.stale tiled wllnesses-----to $IIIIUIIPIH 3.GO 5ilainen District No. 2, and suggested that if ,is bought. | LAST DROP

Mr. Hunt also asked the board to submitted, to the board, upon motionof MIlfH, cost" CarmUiM'" e0s! ** 9.10 certain changes in the specifications wholesalers
Sale millers to
do certain repair work on the roads A. F. Bass, seconds! by B. H. Guy I J 1. iviTHUi'ft.. l-i-l. fees pall were allowed by the State Department by .
the Tampa Tribune Publishing fiiiillB -- 35.0Wnlkir < amount of Bale of bonds wholesalers to retailers of only
nt Kenansvillc, whereupon Commis- and carried i :: KvntiM ('Oji..RW1t Co .the of. (he of wheat .
Hi6ner'B. 1 1. Guy stated that/ all road Co. was awarded: the contract. I ,.....or."o/" ( _,_ 29.01 would be sufficient to do the work per sold cent last amount
in his district were needing repairs!!, The clerk presented 1 affidavit lof Sriiilnnle I .lharmar\mad to ,Uil.luiupir which changes are as follows: year.
and asked the board to allow said re- r Mrs. Marinh M. Smith, in which she\ I . - 7.95 Leaving out all curbing, reducing Two wheatless days a week-
,
J E: JohnHtun) ntirvo and '
Hpt -
and
thickness of asPhalt from, 2 Ij2 inch. day Wcdnesday--and one
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rlilcatlniiM road l fur < 45.00Julia
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i. .> - --- --- ---'- j .U'l'iilKiin. mntnti-nance 500 es to 2 inches, and laying one course, less meal a day.
..fV TlKiniiimin, oulTIn. to pauper 5,1111 substitute wooden bridges for iron One meatless day a week-
I
:%IrllII'\ Smith: tnnlnti-nanco. 5.00< day-and meatless meal
''I. .I' IHckI, ... aiHt. III514)Hlhgwny.- 60.00nscrolw and concrete, and All grading to be one a
"J.1"I \ '- sl,- !. ( IlluC'kie 'io.01 done by the state convicts. Two porkless days a week-
: A. CitizensLLrjAf &.111 1alrg hi-f... IUat 'The.hard surface road :funds ,which day.and Saturday, a i'. ,'., :(
;, ii, \ttentlon"J; havelhoen'collected( or 11917Jbein ondepoi : ' lan ufacturers'LOn11Aca;/ ron1'!',," .
, ,, I'ht ti nUheFir ghettl + : and'
t ; \7 '\lI< "" '! "' 4' .1 I u Iiinil, (1.111 [ ationatjDano : poodle rackers YOUR GROCER
;;, ( f -r'.m.. r 1 p z 1 i1) usu( St l loudtand.I t.flerefore.notlCa vail)i ast4 cod ie "cakt.l- andl'pd' '; ..fI
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S1 din tl.n0 ablejf and I theAlabam4Pavngtompang kTa --'"
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Visi Tourists ), jtrownjrniruaTii w aiwnsoiaKSc'4 certain
ors 'N' Knmuin, guard 35.OnIlJnilid. 'having presented
\\' '. hums foi inn 1111!' 301,20 1 to the board for payment, Commis- I
:" MfiiHl Ti, Ibuni, sp. <.111!(!< at IOIIN sioner E. L. D. Ovcrstreet made a
If you are interested in Florida you should tin "rood. Ai IM i.li.- ,diet ,No 2: 1H4.00' , motion that the board borrow fin),-
1:4 ,.., .
I I' TI IMI." wood ('t IIIIUHI 2 no'
held in the State . 000.00 for 4 months which} motion 'r-TIni
take in the bet? Fair Paid \\ iii.intt tvl 11 o..I..r.'"l rnnc'4l.lid 1 ,
I finli Ih.'I.'M funds.. an follim,sSiiiti.il was seconded by Commissioner! A. F. i
f Ii 'I'M'iim __ __ li T..Ini '
H EFive'County \Fill.' A.F..I.,li'lllll.. u.. ssi: liiHo.i.l !! Bass and carried, and the clerk was

k riti.lit.-' . ._. _. Jims 411Spi'vuil instructed to draw a warrant in fa-
; i l'ul.llt'II . ... _ .. 3lS."iiTin Vctr of the State Bank of Kissimmee
i Mid-Winier SubTropicalHELD ,. I"I".r| I I1)pusitulles| Hliowi.dthe for said loan with interest warrants of Kissimmee
folliiu Iag, l.nl.inim In the vniloimfuiiOH
for, .Itinuiirv, IKI, 1U1K: Commissioner: E. L. D. Overstreet r
<;<>i irnl fund' ____ ._____ .u ___. *2sf.r 1" made a motion that Cept. L. R. Far
AT-- )Vine/ & 1'nrfrlit------------ MiiZfl': mer have charge of the construction
n.,1 & 11\.1.\ ___ _u_ _: Ii!,tJ 12 The of the worldare
of brick road! to Shingle Creek
Spi-rliil I'ubllcllv) 'u _.'_ _. 151923 1!' :!
Kpcrlal. H & II DlKI. No: I . 4 oilIteimil which motion was seconded by J. K. eyes
Orlando Feb. 12-15,1918 tif Tax Collcclor, .Hh.iwod I hi'SollowliiK Hilliard and carried.Mr. .
amounts rollortod for II- John S. Cadel asked the b lard
,
cruse (ienirul I7i2n.! and auto J15.H3!
and for I'cill Tnxr. (24 no. i to order the payment of $1000.00 to the whoSAVES
him for putting validation of bonds -Ion man

Positively the Greatest Exposition of There being no further business before in special road \and bridge district No.
the Ixjartl, they adjourned to 2 thr ugh (Whereunjon CommissionerJ.

Fine Fruits Agricultural Products, meet in adjourned session at 9 a. m., K. Billiard made fl l motion that he :
January 12, 1918' pursuant to. adjournment "be allowed said amount which motion

r Cattle, Hogs, Poultry, Domestic and of January 7( 1918!!, a full was seconded by Commissioner: K .I..

board being;! present. I>. Overstreet and carried.
.;r et Fancy Articles. The board was called l to order by The following bills were examinedand

. its, chairman, Ernest Mach. ordered paid :
Sealed bids on sale] of bond in Spe Waters & Carson Gro .Co.,

cial Road and Bridge District No. 2, suppies to R. G---------$307,13:

Largest School [fair In the StateD Osceola county were opened as follows A C I. Ry (Co., freight Rd. mLt. 505.93;

: ,Ala. Pav. Co., material road 763.87:
Bid of the Peninsular! Engineering State Bank of Kins., loan H.

& Contracting Co.' of Tampa, Fla., S .R. fund ___--_________10,000.00
i Parades and Pageants, Concerts, Firework,_Free: Exhibitions ninety-Jive cents on the dollar.. and accrued State Bank"'1 of Kiss int on loan 266.66( PAUSE for a moment,_ young man,
interest. I IBid

i 4> Races, together. with Jo'jnny J. Jones' Shows of Graves & lilanchett, et al., give a thought to self. The

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Come Enjoy Yourselves --. Inform Yourselves $253.000.00.Bui of F. C, Hoehler. .$ Company, et JAKES OFF DANDRUFF, problems that confront you now or

., 24767500.: HAIR STOPS FALLING ,

i W. B. O'NEAL, Prei. C..E. HOWARD, Sec'r Sealed bid on construction of will a few years hence.
I
11 roads in Special l Road and Bridge
Save Halrl! Get a small bottle
your I
District No.2, Osceola county, were
.t opened as follows: of, Danderlne right now-Also Look about you-the men of affairs-iu-couatry, tale, aalioaI -

Bid of the Peninsular Engineering atop Itching scalp. I yet in the world,. are the men who started' to Ian early is life.
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& Contracting Company, of Tampa,
.404 P44440Q44+S8Y44'T >H OO Fla., and bid of Alabama Paving Co. Then, brittle, colorless and scram : They ban the respect and confidence of the community.
of Birmingham, Alabama.The hair is mute evidence!. of a nqcl'C'fetl] ,

: O.C.WagnerInsuranceAgeDcy i : board took a recess until 1:30: scalp There; of is dandruff nothing-that so destructive awful scurf.to i, Then look on the other aide-at the fellows who spend all they

p. m. hair make-they have good time for while bat what does their
The board met at 1:30 p. m., there the hair a. dandruff. It robs the may a a ,
: being a full board present. of its luotre, IU strength and its very personality reflect?

fcI 2nd Floor Citizens Bank BId,., Phone No. 30. The board was called to order by I life; eventually producing a. feverishness -

its chairman Frnesthiach.Commissioner; and tutting of the aoalp. which if A dollar or deposited i in this bank will be the

= General Insurance In Osceola CO. f fWE B. If. Guy'called' at. not remedied COUM the hair. roots to nucleus of honorable
The Leading Agency shrink., loosen and die-ihen the hair an independent career.
,
tention of the board to bad conditionof
Make begianiag Your bank
tonight
falls out fast A little Danderine your BOW-today.
REPRESENT THE AETNA HOME OF NEW YORK HARTFORD the road from O. R. Bass place to
-now any time-will! surely .save book will pave the way.
J. H. Baisden place at Whittier, and
FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE hair.
MANY OTHER
AND your
,
asked that work be done at
necessary Get; a 'small bottle of Snowlton's Capital stock ______ ______ _
:. COMPANIES; ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO., 'once. Mr. L. R. Farmer, suggestedthat You ,- _-__ ____ $100.000.00

AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE, he be instructed to stake the DanderJne surely can bare from beautiful any drug haIr store.and Iota Resources ever ____________________________ 490,000.00

v-- LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH, AUTOMOBILE, TORNADO. road out and get prices on the, work of It if you will J jut try a little D nderine. /
BURGLARY PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive and have it done; whereupon, Com- Save your hairCORRESPONDENTS Trj }JtI Officers and Directors:
,
missioner E. L. D. Overstreet made a
r' motion that Mr. Farmer proceed to C. A. CARSON: President M. KATZ and E.'L. LESLEY V-P.

Insurance get the road laid out and worked, WANTED ROMA THOMAS, Cashier
which motion was seconded: by Commissioner -
BONDS AND LIABILITY.IN The Gazette wants correspondentin
ALSO a
A. F. Bass and carried.
N. C. BRYAN N. B. CARSON &1. KATZ
THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION The list of pensioners of Osceolabounty every community in Osceola county. .
C. A. CARSON, H. FLEMING. E. L. LESLEY, -
was' revised, and the folowing Send in the news, it will help the -,
AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION.SMStf. be- J. WADE TUCKER, Directors..
and will section
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; II Calomel Users Listen To Me . !1 f. CROP .PESTS Dmtml Cmm- tf :F...4 C ,.lf.BER 22 .j'I THE REMNANT CHURCH y 1,..I


I i (Contributed) of the sower, some seed fell among I
I Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone This is the twenty-second of a series fruiting time when their numbers are thorns, this constitute the claat, 1

1. of articles covering the control of greatly increased. The rambling habits Those present at the Gospel service which, when -they heard .the word gv r
the 'various, insects and diseases we of the fruit worm make it espercially attentive listeners forth, and are choked with the cares "
: may expect on our Florida crops. I devtructful!, for instead of occupying last Sunday night were and riches and pleasures of this,lifer
Your
( druggist gives back your money if it doesn't.iiven shall endeavor to give directions for itself with a single fruit, one to a' discourse by Pastor Jno. and bring no fruit to' perfection, 'r

., your: liver and bowels and straighten: avoiding trouble it as far as possible, worm will attack many. Spraying II. Niehaus, the.subject of which per (commandment reJectors)), they are \
for when it
recognizing/ appears, with arsenate of lead should be
the* practiced plexed'the minds of the disciples,, as then numbered With the multitude. .
without making sick..There's and for best control. These articles front the time the j
'plants seed falls
you up you cannot cover all individual are well as the people of today. Our Saviour 1 he other class, where the
well established in the field. This "which in honest
on good ground, an
needs, so I invite personal correspon- be combined was asked whether there werea '
----- - can with Bordeaux mix and good heart, having heard, the
I I l hool' dence, whether' from the backyard ture. All fruit should be collected few that would be saved His answer and forth fruit
} no reason why a person"! is mercury and atfaclvs your !! garden or commercial plantings. wormy in the word keep it, bring
at
Should take pickoninjj,ealrvntinpr/ calomel Take a dose of nasty! calomel today JlltS. N. M. G. PRANGE. and destroyed to prevent fu- was. : "Strive,for to enter, I , unto with patience," (commandment keepers .
straight say
ture generations.The gate; many .
1 when a few cents buys n' ]large/: and<< :\'01I'iIl' foci weak, sick and .Chairman of Committee on Plant arsenate of lead will also help you, will seek to enter in, and shall ), for "here is the patience that of the the

bottle( of Dodson's LiTer 1'one-a nauseated tomorrow Don't lose alav'e Disease and Insect.. Control, Jacksonville to keep in check other caterpillars, 'as not ,be able." Again in Duke 12:32: saints commandments; here are of they God,"These keep are
perfect substitute for calomel. ( work. Take a spoonful of Fla. Hear little flock, for it is
for instance, the horn worm, white- not, your classed as the remnant in Rev. 12:17.:
I It is a pleasant, vegetable liquid] Dodson's Liver Tone i s 'n.I'lIntl TOMATOESSeed : lined sphinx, etc, but often' in the Father'S'' good pleasure to I give!: you "And the dragon (the devil)' wasWIl'8
which will start your liver just ns :you will wake up feeling great. No case of the horn worm it Is well to the kingdom." The multitude in our wroth with the woman (the
Surely as calomel, but it doesn't moro biliousness,,constipation! I slug- lied It is particularly necessary do some hand picking for the worm day are not seeking for salvation, but church) and went to make war ,with
.make you sick and can not salivate. pishnesH! headache coated t tongue or that the tomato seed bed be situ. does too much damage to the plant we are told not, to follow a multitudeto the remnant of her seed, which 'keep
Children and grown folks can take sour IIl0mn<'ll. Your drugeist! sav< if ated in a sunny location. It shouldbe while getting its death dose.' do 'evil. God' speaks for the redeemed the commandments of'' God. 'The '
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lodson's Liver Tone, because it is YOU dBn't 3 ,find Dodson's ]Liver Tone fully, twice as large as would seem- ,._RuKt ,is another pest' that should be of the last day as a remnant sptaker went on to state that the<
ingly supply the area to be planted, controlled from its people. "Tho the number of the children '
perfectly harmless' nets better then }horrible) calomelyo.ur .early growth.It people of today are prone to follow
and facilities for :icovtenng, quickly of Israel be the and of the
is often called "leaf-spot;, since it as
Calomel io a dangerous: drug. It money is waiting for you. in the world after they have had lighton
) / carefully 'prepared case of damaging Starts in tiny brown spot. These sea, a remnant shall be saved. Now God's word feeling that U>J restrictions
-- -- olds. spots become' more: numerous and who are the children of Israel as here I measured' out -to the : .) !
\ Keep the plants thinned out as they grow larger until often the whole leaf spoken of, and also/ the remnant Christian are as too great, forgetting 1 '.
RABIES CASES IN FLORIDA grow stocky A spindling plant has tissue is involved. Then the leaf com "Now to Abraham and his !seed were : the admonition of Matt G:33: "Butseek I

: no value. Give frequent shallow mences to curl up anti dry. at the end the promises madeGal, :$J:16.j first the Kingdom of God and ).
1 working to maintain'' moisture and dies., Again,'"And if be Christ's; ye ye
.' evep I finally ye I His righteousness for till,, thy commandments .
SHOW INCREASE IN 1917Rabies content and Abraham's deed and heirs according
: to prevent damping off. I Rust should be prevented by systematic are ," are righteout-nesi." Pit.
Field: _Choose land on which spraying with Bordeaux mix. .to the promise., Gal. 3:29.: ., The 11!>::172.. He closed with a plea thatclod's "
,I neither ,tomatoes, potatoes, peppersor ture. Watch for its appearanee-even gentile become partakers'of the
t. -- eggplants have b en grown the in the seed bed. If the al.ghtest indication promises and are numbered with Israel people ,should not look'to numbs .
'statistics, lately compiled by Cost State Over $2,500. : preceding; year and 'which is free is seen, spray at once. As thru the grafting in as mentioned to be sure they art on the right !

.r-. the State' nORrd- of Health, show that "If the worthless dogs, that. 'lun from root knot infestation. Have the the plants become-established it) the in the 11th chapter- Romans, andso Way but believe' in His word the all i
the number of cases reported, for 1917 at huge through the streets. ; the soil in good., t.iJth-deep plowing and field a combined Bordeaux mixtureand all Israel l hall be saederse :2ti. the worM go the other way. I
is double that of, 1910.( In th y.ear stray' curs that have no owners and frequent shallow; cultivation are 'necessary arsenate of lead spray should be Or in like manner. Now as to the II
just passed the board sent out treat. are. for many reasons, a menace to for best soil conditions. Fertilize used regularly a* preventive of renmant: What constitutes a remnant I
ment for 134 cases, while in 1916 only public health, should be. 'killed, and I freely a week or ten days before rust and fruit'worm. ? A shopper in a dry f goodi I
I j>7 people were treated. Of the 134 other dogs muzzled, rabies'would soon setting the plants. Choose only vigorous Scab or Black Spot Is the result ofth'e Store would think that the clerk did I j I THE MAN TO CO TO !
sent through the state: 74 were in Du- stamped out. plants and set with care, firm- "rust" attacking the fruit It not understand her when she asked Fur anh-Irrla.to.l I
vIII county. Second on this list js Su- "The! treatment sent out for rabies ing tho! dirt well arid watering: 'liberetltrta shows in small blucle spots;rough \to; for a ,remnant. of mualin and he took .,F'or roped dr.i.aa..l.routsrr:( ., "ylpysistugi.
t wanm-e county ,with JO cases; "and4ia -'ycarcos the state between' S2M10.( all. tarw,1USjpJdCdrr,8! #i ..I.h..tRNS.IL1S1tidilp@tirsflquro. :; \ ;.th<.a. f ryttr - 'iJhelfdAssvhoiebfifltB, } ;: ;instead -' '4lii"alrehal( and Intricate .urY'r y.,

?,. .,Lul?F:;;;;, lutB ri oiintn wi#th-slU* +tifathsr.44:rbe d 1i3COO> ;"l6nIyvS f "' lli '" >l>tof; iRus $Ver \' to conserve moisture. as to. hurt sale,.:sand besides furnish of the remainder of a'l>olt that Kor.'or 'rrlnfortrd ftIM rovMtrurtloM concrete, **orkKor .
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reported for the county, 45 animalsbit ] paid by individuals to, whom the Non-Prolificness: The above direc easy entrance to decay germs causing had been taken off. Isaiah makes it concrete hridae. and retnlalaff
people within the city limits and rum was given," Dr. Cox stated. tions have been given at this time a large loss both 'in field and on quite plain "the remnant" shall be \ddre.
were placed under surveillance, of the While the state board 'has no way because of a peculiar characteristicof way to market. The spraying with very small and not many. 'WILBUR A. G1NN.., Civil Enrinetrs ,
City Hoard of Health. Fourteen animals of learning the loss through rabies to the tomato: once stunt the plant Bordeaux mixture as advised under The speaker presents two classes of 1\"'ono.. .. ...ulun"t.
that bit twenty-three people in and Scab will prevent this trouble. hearers as mentioned in the parable J
I livestock owners in the state, Dr. Cox it never bears a good crop, however '
Jacksonville, were found\ to have ra' is confident that this loss is consider luxuriant the vines may grow Leaf Mold: This disease attacks __ -- -- -
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bies.. able. .:Many.,dogs, he says, ., .that, !go. later. only the leaves, makingpale.-- Indefi- Ir'
"While the rabies situation in the I nite areas in- the under aide of which C. A. CARSON. PresidenL N. C. BRYAN Secretary.
within
mad the country districts bite Bloom
Dropping Time the : I
planting will be found
state, and more especially in Duval several horses before an olive colored fungous!
cows pigs
or / the
so blooming does
.county, la not more alarming, it is the dogs themselves are killed. Illustrating commence during January season and not I' growth.- Spray with Bordeaux mixture
.serious;' Dr. W. A. Cox, State Health this point he quoted one instance February when we may expect early cold The Waters & Carson '
Officer said "The Systematic Spniyliig) : I have
Monday morning. lost group .
where a farmer a cow, calf winds. A severe chill blights' the ed (
the
general public is under the impressionthat and ,of above troubles together aa being 1
pig through the bite one dog. bloom and it is the first effort at the
most
'animals mad in hot important ones requiring -
only go' An Every Day Fight. fruiting that gives a large .
percentage systematic spraying from ,
weather, but that Is a idea. : early
wrong of the
The fight against rabies must be crop. planting. Grocery Company
cold They weather.are just" as likely to go mad in made an every .day fight, he declared. J PO not apply nitrate of soda during Thrips do far more damage in the

"Dogs must be muzzled not one or blooming period. Keep the ground so tomato( field than generally realized.
Over 100 Per Cent 'Increase. two, but three hundred and sixty-five well worked that there can be no sudden They are tiny injects\ very slender ..... "

Proving his statement Cox days in the year, and stray dogs must extreme in moisture conditions. and only one twenty-fifth of an inch .
1 showed rabies statistics, Dr.for the be shot, not only during the hot A strong quick flow of sap will throw long. The variety most commonly! Wholesale and Retail Dealer in .
weather but whenever and wherever bloom and young fruit, and a found ,
,.. months of 1917. According to his severe ( on tomatoes has orange colored
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report
they. are found. drouth will have the same effect. A head and body with light yellow
there were 9 in January, 15 in "We must have the co-operation of large percentage of loss of bloom is abdomen. They attack the bloom end GROCERIESf
February and 29 in March against i
,
due to thrip. See ,
the public in matter that Thrip.
7. in July, 12 in' August and 17 in a concerns cause a very largo percentage of the if
September.Dr. their own safety .Then, too; in allowing Caterpillars: The most' destructive loss from bloom-dropping, and they .
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rabies to spread through fail- insect attacking tomatoes is the "to also scar the young tomatoes; mak.ng;
Cox attributes theincrease in
ing' to do their mato fruit worm" which is the 'sameas ill-formed fruit. --
part, they are spend Thrips are 'readily "
rabies 100 cent the
to
over per spasmodic .the "boll worm" of 1
the
and half-hearted ing the state's money uselessly\ cotton and controlled by a' spray of one-half 044444444404044 4044440400000
made to stamp it out. attempts money that is vitally needed to fight the "bud" and "ear worm" of corn. pound of Black Leaf 40 and one gal. OWE 0
On
"It is easily controlled If the public other diseases that are more difficultto young tomato plants the worms lon lime-sulphur solution. seventy. -0- SELL; ee 0 WE BUT,
eat the
control," Dr. Cox said. leaves and bore into the Stalks five gallons water e
will
remember two rules
and
r them, not through the hot months follow, The State. Board of Health is conducting -, but seldom do serious damage until I. (To be continued..) O DAY I e 0 .,
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but through month in the an aggressive campaign --- 4 BIDES
every year"he
through the state to enforce laws 0e GRAIN 0 .
declared. "The'
two rules are: Kill U. S. Wants
AccountantsAt '
ownerless dogs and muzzle those that against stray dogs and the muzzling 0 FURS .
have' of owned dogs, and is devoting muchof FERTILIZERS 0 I .t.
owners. its attention to the tables problem To I e 'z WOOL
the:.Rabies human can being only through be transmitted the bite of to ' $2,400 $6,000 a Year .0 SHINGLES e 0 e AND {

an animal, and as human beings come -
ORANGE BOXES 4
In coptact with dogs ** Piles Cured In 6 to 14 : :;
more .frequently Days 0
0 ALL
Washington, D. C., Jan. 31-The .. I..
than
other
any animal, it is nat.uralthat Your drngrlit will refund money If PAZO I United -ORANGE,WRAPS 0
States ,
dogs should be the chief OINTMENT Ulll to cure .neu. ef. Itching Government is in need -
in agents Blind.Bleeding or Protruding Pile.In 6to 14 d.r.. of several hundred cost accountants THREE YEARS ?Mr Cosnera"added( 4'k ; :
spreading rabies. Tb. first application (ire.:K...and ant. SOc. to fill :vacancies ;in the accounts section "'I am so i, satisfied with the good 4' VEGETABLE-CRATE; "
otl{the finance department of results Doan's" I PRODUCE "y
.{( the ]!Kiclney]Pd ga a me
equipment 1ID'division t"of 11!; the Signal 0 CRATE NAILS e I
\ ,? that!)I f arnjglad to again recommend 0 4040'40444fi444404
CorpWar Department and In. other "
them. "fr > mr. m ffrn' ta
branches, for duty in Washington, D. 444 404044'440 ,
C., or in the field according to an an- Price flOe, at all dialers" Don't
nouncement just issued by the United simply ask for a kidney remedy-get We jell field and garden seeds of all kindi. ,

States Civil Service Commission. The Docn's Kidney Pills-the same that Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. I
salaries offered from Free limiu. 'Phone No. 12.
range $2,400 to Mr. Cosner had. Foster-Mllburn delivery in city
$6,000 a year. Men only are desired. We for fertilizer Ask circular
good for and
Co. are county agent u* pnca .
The duties of appointees to tfce Signal Mfgrs., Buffalo, N, Y.HdpDoYourJJit. fertilizer
Corps will consist of the deKSrmi-! a : J
r 5JACKSONVIilEaA.OLDEST nation of production costs of air- _.-
planes and airplanq motors, eitheras

supervisors n charge at one or
more of the several plants, so as assistants -- i iPlan'

; or appointees may be assigned -
TIN to duty in Washington, L). C.

Applicants will not be assembled .
5), UT//ER ESTABLISHED for a written examination, but will be sB Three Avocado ,

rated upon the subjects of educationand Trees On Your Place
experience, as shown by their ; I :
ap- .
t SEED HOUSE plications and corroborative evidence. Better Still, PlantA )r- )

The commission states that on account .,
IN FlORIDA of the urgent needs of the service _vt..... jK. .: .: Grove This Season t tI
applications for these '
positionswill
be received until further notice / / 11' 11 I Owners of bearing avocado groves "

and that papers will be rated prompt are making enormous profits. The r' .
SEND fog CATALOG AND ly and certifications made as the 1 delicious nutty flavor of the avocado !
Y
NEFKLY PR/C UST. needs of the service require. Now it the time to make farm y and its wonderful food value, have, k,
Complete information and application and real dividends.A .
grove pay
created demand
that
a for to"
blanks be years i
with may the obtained by communicating ready market I and good come will exceed the supply. ,
of .
the
secretary ,
PfKTIN: SUD (0. ,local board of civil-service examiners prices await all crop you can This season plant avocados-a grove, '

I > ut the post office in any of the larger pioduce. I Help win the war if possible. Even a few trees will \

'ities.or with the United States Civil and make more money. This mean ready money, besides supplying I

Service Commission, Washington. D. year make every acre yteld a this delicious food-fruit for home use. '

I C. big' profitable\ crop. Take advantage oftheopportunity V \1


h BeUerCrops' BACK Use Favorite Every: Home in the Citrus Belt ',1 1 4,,

GIVES OUT I \ Should Have Few Trees. '

Fertilizers Y
PI.nty'ot Kissimmee Readers Have We offer the choicest varieties- A

{' Heavy yields of high class products are necessary T This Experience Mexican for the colder sections, Guatemalan
Thcfo hiKti-grtide, ; dependable for intermediate
and South t
,
to bring a big 'net profit to the grower. The fertilize\ are famous/ .
American for
You tax the kidneys-overwork for the of good extreme South Florida.
production
banner record
11 for such results has been held for them- 'OOP" Our HUH I Includes for- For economic as well I as other reasons

the last quarter-cectury by They can't keep up the continual t tillnrs foiwtruck crops, field every home owner should plant at least w
strain. c:OP", citrus fruits. There is a few avocado trees-with a Calamon-
Favorite/ foimuU mulled to din Lemon or Lime tree for acid.
Ideal Fertilizers The back may give out-it may youj crops and soil. By plantingearly-maturing. medium

_._ ache and pain Order .bprlhg
.( ; fertilisersvarly and late varieties
you have
can ripe
ff I Urinary troubles set in. to too sure of getting
may r
Send for our Free Book on all commercial tlrem. Write today for special fruit practically every month in the
I Don't wait longer-take Doan'sKidney '. Plant Avocados '
t price list which deicrlbea year. the invest
crops of Florida; also our Spray Catalogue Pills.Kissimmee.
I! our complete 1\ne.\ j ment will pay big

Special advice gladly I TU. people tell you how they "'. .ell ....,. _tat_ 0. N.w 111_W. wr r..4,. fully
..r ._ Jotrltm nodM. T.IU. .b.>t_

t act.Mr.. Cosner, retired farmer, Mab- Independent Fertilizer ..te.J. and ttx. iii IMW.... whMi..-a.and.51,.wbMv, IDIWrite _1* plat.-.

Wilson &: Toomer Fertilizer Co., '' bette street, Kissimmee, says: "I ............. Fla.J. toss. tr fra*eT.Rea .

Mfn. I Buffered from pain and weakness in Scbnarr A Co., QrlAado.It .Mer Bros., Royal Paint. Nnrteries

1, Meal Fertilizers.JacLMBTffle .- gOIEAL'r my back' and other symptoms of kidney you own a eltrea .ro". askfor art ....Iet ..... h_.n.t4II

FIa.J A nnax complaint., Doan's Kidney Pills copy of Stohnan' Spray
pook. which Ihi.lrat.\ aae..crlbe. ...
'q r. greatly benefited me and I cheerfully ,. pests, tad 41...... .t-
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tacking citrus lissa and '
r1ielMaa W recommend them. how to eontrof tb.... -.

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I than Company, a corporation defendants the la.Qalc4 of Letters. Patent according ]r'a [period not exceeding sixty' days, or
Florida State Fair Woman's Building At 1"ldlnl In the Circuit Court of )'. I line not < >n<> Hundred
.xc..dlll
I[W.C.T.U.COLUMNI 1 the S..V..Ih Judicial Circuit of the A ITICLI I. The name of this cor 11)I"r. both .u.h ,and 'Impris
I. Different From All. Fair Will Be state of Florida In and for Oareola ; be I at the dlseretlun or the court.
State
(County In Chancery.the undemlKiieda KIXSIMMKI3 VALLKY OAZKTTKAKTICL.IQ I..m..t. a first and second time by
tl..I..a Master In '(ha..er)', will sell I. The general atTica end I consi-nt and pa..d In open
(Mrs. J. M. Cochrane.) Other Expositions Most Attractive at outcry)', fur .. hand to principal plan* of business. of this corporation sjwilon. .this lit day of January A/I).
(he tAghest bidder at the front door of shall be in Klsslmmee, Os>cct-
It is difficult for the student ot Ton might remark "I have been to lOne of the most attractive buildings the f iurl Houne In KIsHlmmee Countyof ola County. Florida but the board.of F. H. LAWSON

past "history, to realize the wide difference Stata Fair" and they are all alike. i, at the Florida State Fair and Expoaltlon OHceola, State of Florida during directors may establish branch offices...1: ,tttcist J. it.: Pr..nl Clerk.' of Counc11-
I the legal hour of mile un Monday the In other places from time to time OU.I.nT.
) 'in most of the sermons of to- But In this you will be tar from right |1 which will be held In Jacksonvillei 4th day March, A, I 1. BIN, the fol may l hc d..I..d.AITICI.I' Approved '7th. A. T>. IMS.
The Florida State Fair and Exposition i IS lowing This shall JOHN a. CAPKU:
from February 26 to March t. If d..rlb..t ,.rOI.rt. : I. corporation C.tt
Jay from those of the past. The time which will be held In Jacksonville from Inclusive and one which will house Let ((6) of nol, n l Mayor.

has gone by when it thought that all February 26 to March I. U18. Inclusive II those articles of handicraft and i orson'a Addition to the Town of AKTICI.K 4. The general nature of IV 4IIICIIT STATH 4
Klmint-e' according to the plat filed In the business of this. corporation shnll rOt'IT. .
of G d's great truths are encompassed la .. different from other state' 'achievements of the gentler sex, will the fTlce of the Clerk Of tin be tn acquire print publ.h. conduct Ki.oumt. *NvIThI Jin 1'1""

by one creed, orthat Christ's faJri as a state fair differs from a I be tbe Woman's Building. II Court of Osceola County. .'I< Clrcul and clrcllat. or d.al with ('Ulel.T. tiS'ltLA ('()i\TV.;
any
small county talc At no other .tate BeauUful and varied exhibits. In- Purchaser to uav for deed. any newspaper or newspapers or other 1\ CIIA tKHV,
is confined one.class. Dated January A., D. Ills( and generally to .! .
love to any To- fair will you have seen the exhibit model home arts embracing. .25th publication carry .
eluding
day the spirit'of humanity! brotherhood 'of the United State Government, all lines of domestic science and economies Special\v. 11. CHAWFOUII'" Chancery., the business general publlHbers of nnwspapur; to carry proprietorsand on I' William. J, FlIng. Complainantvs. ;

of co-operation its mu- both aerlcuJturaJ'and naval as It was ; everything of the Ideas of the .KRIHMH' a HTKKli.at"a and when It shalldeem dealrabl.the Frank Vans Agnew and Arthur

I through his personal acquaintance women of Florida will be displayedto .S.I.lor for <'omplalnant.. 7-M trade ,of business. of p ', I I'on."an. Defendants.It F

tual benefits,, U being more and more with the department head In Washington and the attentionof engravers stationers photofcrapherfphotoRraphlc I apP..Rrln" l hy affidavit appended
advantage attract ,
XOTK'K ,
OK : : printers to th 'In the aliove-Mated
stressed., The' soul expands as old restrictions that General Manager: IS. K. the, multitude. and committees of <'K.. .., Il...IT"'OI.. agents, to undertake and .dverl.I"1 cause bil Frank Vans Agnew, see of

J are one by one being wstoft' Hanafourde was able to Impress upon women will await the visitors to see kinds. of business relative to the gathering the defendants therein named Is a non
them the necessity and value of governmtnt that they are well taken care of. Atate I. .('... .1 C.u.ty .da.., 0..1. and distribution of Informationof resident .ot the State of Florida, and
and non-essentials eliminated. The the will .( ...t 555*. .tFI.rid.. etery sort and kind to the same extent his r"Rldene. Is unkn..n. over thn age'
participation at Florida of women ,
board prominent .
that a natural person mIght or of n : It la thxrefornordered
old gospel of fear which never Vet State Fair. No political pull secured have supervision of this department I I. TV't:.t... .! '.1..1.Monelri'l' could du>; tu> publish print, hind manufacture that nal" nonresident.
made any soul better is being replaced these exhibit: a. If this bad been tbw of the exhibition and nothing wUl be Native la hereby Klvrti to all whom \Issue, acquire( ,. sell, :lease, hire, ant be and . require to appear -

liii case, other state fairs In other. states left undone to make tbe department a It miry concern' that on the ail day and deal In pal..r. l.al.Ih.IS. prints to the bil complaint nled I In
by the gospel of love. When we the of July, A.' D. I 91 5. 1 shall "" ,,- tie frames, 4 inn.R.lneR. said cause before Thur.ly. thelint
wash our "mental windows" the light could have been abl. to do same benefit to the visitor._ Jonorabl. T- M. Muiphv. Judge of ...10 ttewMpmi. .001.. pamphlets, ., inulx charts., day or February, A.. 1. nll. otherwise .
but the peculiar geographical location the of will
Judfre of I'robule, for my llthintra phs etchIngs, al.laton.
ow'ilI break through eliminating the of Florida had a great deal to do llnitl dlHcharKe as Kxecutor of th* "od"lra"'II.ul. 'ele..lr.I ).. stereot ytsis| be .taken .olf. .by said' defendant .

)- -element of uncertainty. 'and' caprice with It.Florida Poultry Lovers Will ,"Iat. of lssle Monel*.y, dec.>aHid: and l>h
I and give us that degree of liberty and I I. growing: by1' leaps and that,tlnul at tho same time I will present pictures and Ilu.lrnllon.,. whatsoever ..I..I.or..d lie I published once a w..k .r'eight
Mammoth my accounts as Kxecutor of said or bv -
At wlh"li colu. .
Marvel weeks In
freedom which we have been accustomed bound. Hundred. ,of thousands of estate, and ask for their approval., process pr.'t"e samemay .on..ulv. kl..lm" .
",
to look upon as an inalienable acre of land are being placed under Fair. JRleo January 26th. A. D. Hi IK. be produced. whether how ,exist in said count a and n..w..p.p.4. published.

right. Those who had the pleasur cultivation or In stock raising annually I Exhibit At State. JnULl :TO'J.HoUltX.. tntl hereafter .> .discovered or 'Inr, This 1110. day of 1..mh.Iat. KIT
the nation focused 1.10..06" vented; and ireneraly to carry on the ( J. I.
and the of are Fx"ntor. .
of hearing Mr.. Hamilton Sunday eyes Ct.CI.8'at OVEf'lRKE
,
Poultry lovers and fanciers as wellas business of .rlnt"r. .talon.r. book ..
morning must have been impressed In our direction. Florida Is the casual visitor to the big. Florida ,CAI.I.. KOIIIIITI4 IMIIMillV KI.KCTIOX sellcrs. bind. .. 11hoa.. bookbinders Krltolis A Hired. I'rcult Court

by his broad vision of life-Its powers now becoming recognised as being one State Fair and Exposition which will stereot\ |. ol.sinkers elec. tnlcl..r. for Complainant. S-llt
State that will provide food for our trotypers, hook. paper* envelope and
and responsibilities. Its spirit armies and home people. when other be held In Jacksonville from'February The city executive eomniltteii. of 'I the"white Ink manufacturers, enfcravers. and I% Tilt4'1114"TIT 4'4>tItT 4>f THHKKttONTH
was refreshing! and uplifting. K to March >, 1918 Inclusive will man's Iarly..t recently andfurmiilaled publishers. Jl DI4-IAI. .Hrt'.T OPTHH
States of the Nation are covered InanO'W' marvel at the mammoth exhibit; of all the f.I..lng .al for a AHTICl 8.. The amount of th MTATH OK.fr.OlllltA. IMAMI
and sleet; and the government wlitle man's : raiiltal" stock of thin corporation "' O't'Xl.'L* ('Ot.
111.,1
TUB BUSINESS OF WINNING. realised that It was necessary to encourage kinds and br..eds'of fowl as well a. Th. city executive committee of the Fifteen Thousand dollars, ..,01. :. !(-."Y
at the modern buildings which are "wMte. mans' party" the city of Into on. hundred.*afid fifty shires '
Florida to. more .
the farmer
I 'It is. time' that 'we began to think \ used to house these domestic requi Klt Hlnimie barely call and provide for the 'nar valin. rtt One Hundred ollars II.iw. P. Itass.. C..t _ _

. ;\ .,.uw.inT. <.1I itrut\ ,rpur.9nttl1iJUriiis; .;*bout..J.114I intensively. farm.hll...Jand; !.,.....and Increase -. tit7L.that.wIll'beebown'ln: mll1lai:: ". w '".,'' '' -.r- .t".1v' ,.,t. ; ) ? ,, ";'". .. ,..,-'. ,'\:'' .' '
't business of winning the war. To a' .. his h.r4of.. stock; and poul. ture. lid n. be-held I. tiit-'city--of-Kiasi- t.1.y 'f. li'P.'t'tylalmr Otis NleieM sad J. ( nice In compliance with the laws of or a just valuationto spits.
I good many people i'lIl, America thnt try.In another will the Florida The prize birds exhibited at the tlit. State of "Florida aid primary tobo hi liked..r..f.." .Incftrpuiators.. at amcellnir It appearing liy affidavit appended

Ig has been and still is somebody's else way December poultry show In Jacksonville held durlnl the louis flx.d by luw called for hit purpoae. lo the Hill filed tn the < > a
business. State Fair differ from other state fairs will be placed on display at tbe for the holdtnir of elcctloui* "n $ ( AltTlCI.IO s. The business. a.n'alr. oj cause that J. (I. tonler I ''ot'th.
and that Is there will be more counties day, March 2, 1A1S. ro. th' nominationof this corporal Ion 111..1 he conducted b> fendants therein named .. a :
Northern
_ The President can't win this and the visitor
war. having" exhibits at the Florida State big state fair "H.cld..I"1 for citylecJv) oll.. to I I..rt of "',' of not less thai' of oncc-nla County, "Florida but
The Democratic party can't win it. fair than were ever entered at anyother to Florida will be able to see the IMI ) . nt the icmiei-Hl .. .10. 110') mure titan sued b...>n absent for more than sixty days
Neither: can the Army nor the Navy In other state. enormous strides made In the State ho hi-l l I. sal il l city of KI."I"i onSntunlay. AltTJCI.K 7. The annual meetliiKt not pre..dlr"r this order oT publl.
state faJr any March 3n. IB IX. of the shall be held rstton, and
tho formers the laborerc nor alone these lines. To miss the State .torkh..s on that his address Is CampNlteeler
_ _ nor nor Rather a broad at.ment.. but can be tLu.llAcsiI.ss nt PIPet.rs the first Monday In January of each \ Macon O.orll.: over the age
the capitalists, George can't do it. proven. The greatest state fair the Fair is to let an opportunity pass. and only l.o.e. personM, shill '.r. at which tneetlnir there ahal'. of twenty-one )' : I Is th..r.for.

_ You whoever you lire and whatever state of Texas ever held was Just that will always be a source of _re ,, ,I t t ad to ,.. or pit rt rips' be elected by and from the stockholdera ordorcd that said J. U. Lnl..r. ...and
must win it personally. gret. tile inanaKement 4f Hald, 1 pilmar.i n bard "r' "Ir..lor. for the ensulnut h" .. hereby required." to to the
doing
;you ate staged! In Dallas and over 800.000 people .
: ,
.I..tlo. who are white 'Mectors who ) .ar. Th hoard of .dlr..lor. ) of Complaint filed In said cause
Bil
The business of winning is every. fcaased through: the "exposition declare 1.11 adherence to the principle, set elected .hal.me.t Immediately followlnnr Oi or before Monday the 4th day of

.. .body's business. Any man who is not gates In one day yet there were only Artists have come forward in such andorlanl"Rtlo. of the "white iniin'a' the adjournment of the stock.hnl,1'rs March A. I). 19IN, otherwise the allegations .

leady to make it his personal affair ten! get that? only ten counties rep numbers to enlist in the camouflage I. 110. or Klmtlmmee., who annual meetIng and .hal organise of said Hill will be taken a.Qonf..up" .
arc by Ih..law. of the city of Klxnlmmce by from own bv said defendant.It .
"es i is a coward running from the field of : resented. Georgia bad six or eight: corps. the unique unit of the United lawful electors who ha\',' on ot num1,... a .1..Unt president vice-president. Is. further ordered that this order

l.uttle. represented, but- Florida has already States recruited for the before February 9, IIU. imlrt theli secretary, and Ir.allur..r. but the mi nitoersnn '>. published one. a week for four
From this time on there can be secured. spare reservations from army purpose poll laxe. for the )..a. and 1517.who t .av hold tho office of secretarv. omeeullve weeks In the KissimmeeValley

., only three classes in the United TWENTY-ONH Florida counties. and of following out the art of disguiseso ,"* reirtstered up to and Includ and treasurer Oasette. a newspaper published
IIIK March Ilh. illS, and who pl<. BffK. c States-Americans, pro-Germans and by February 1. there I* expected to cleverly instituted by the French nbld. liy the remilt ol this corporation shall an. This list day of January, A. n. IMS.

.. ;yellow dogs. Many people would lump b. at l least TEN more announce their that the war department has put up said t'tlinary (. ....1'"o \ote for the nual meeting, pr as soon thereafter as '(Circuit J. L.* OVEI18TRKBT.
*' .!] .*' the two last, but wrongly \because in Intentions of sending. : county exhibits. nominees thereof 11 en,'RuI"1 clt.v practical adopt the necessary. bylawsfor Court s<>ai> Clerk Circuit Court.ICillltltS .
the bars against further .enKetnvcnts the & HT13KU.Hollrltnra
W How does" that look for a CONCKRTKD election.lluallfleMtloHM KOeminent 0 HUM vs.rpu auu.AItTICLE .
the third group there are many who, .
,
The for
OF the of ( 9. highest amount oIndebtedness Complainant
once awakenod to a class conscious. EFFORT ON THE PART for present. Hundreds of applications This,". and only thole p.rllnn..lc..1 Khali or Ilablll' to which this .5I

ness of their yellow-doggincss. may FIX3R1DA COUNTIES TO TELL THE continue to pour into the department be permitted to become' candidates fat (n"II.ratol shall a.. time I,. Huh- I flUI-IIT 4-01'IIT. !KVK>TII JIT.IIM'IAI. .
HAVE IN THE office be the of Fifteen Thousand 4 IHfl'IT.'
WOKL.D WHAT THEY to voted for In said prlmnrjelection sum n"t'EOL
I saved. We of the
/ refer course to WAY OF PRODUCTS? at Washington. *, who pledite themaelres. li dollars.AUTICI.Ij Ol'NTV, F'.OI'I,
men who are seeking party'and partisan writing to ..Id. by the result of said 10. Until tho first election
.
t advantage in this crisis; to theredtopers rtma.ry ,'I"l.'ton. and support thiiomlnei of ..11..r the business and pru "'hliia.s. fl. .... .
t LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS 's Ih.r..or; who are qualified dentlal this corporation shall ..
and who
incompetent tire under the .. of the of Florldr he conducted hy the following named H.I..I...... I. ... ..t r..... .
RIR. .
obstructing and muddling everything IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS, and city of Klsafmmee office. persons: W, H Harris ,.r..ldpnt; FK. Jobs MfK.lr.jr, ".. 4 I.... Uetelcp-

:? they touch; to the grandstander and ..1.. of Ofrleen to be Killed I:. "an. AKnew, ; UVans meat S'ousae.sp. (Ity .1 8t. CI... Had
%41'IIIH 4>K AI't'l.U'lTION KOII T\\
lt limelighters who see nothing but. on FEVERISH, CONSTIPATED OKKUNotice Knell elector In the city of KlHslnimetqualified I An new. secretary and treasurerwhich 0..II. ..... _
to vote In said primary dec unlit officers shall constitute the T. the U.r..nd.nt. Seminole Land A
opportunity for personal advertisingf Hhnll have bonrrf of directors Investment Company John .
the right to \ote in McKlroymj
Is I. Herbert lon
aggrandizement in the na.ional: hereby given that R. primaries for; AUTKM-I- IThe ,names and residences cliiorKe H. L, hker:
.
and Oeorire W Duke. .
peril); and to the profiteers. to whom I Look Mother! If tongue la coated of Tax Certificate No 173 dated purchaser tht fith One candidate for ma>'or.Onw the subscribers. to theism It apuearlnK from the affidavit of
LuIs C. Masse '
fl / nil dollars look alike even those that Cleanse little bowels with "Cali day of July. A. U. ISIS have tiled .aldcertificate One candidate candidate for for cl treasurer.rk. articles the nunh.r of Incorporaton. 10K..lhe." capital wltt solicitor,) ,that one In of his tho belief complainant's you,

are blood-stained. fornia Syrup of Figs." application In for my tax office deed, and to have Issue.mnde In <> candidate for marshal and, tat .Io.k .uh..rlb'd by each, set. opposlti S..mlnol.. Lnd' Investment Company,

/. Let there be no misunderstandingIn I accordance with law. Hald certificateembra.ce col ll..tor. his name are as follows: are . under the laws of
Two candidates for members of Clt No. of the State of Vlra-lnla.
the mind of any man about these : the following described } having yourprlnrlpsl

: things. Votes made now by (specious Mothers can rest easy after giving properly situated In Osceola. COUIJI)'. e.,1 aeb..r for two years of .a..h. committee . W.Name'H. IarrlR.U..ld."c.KI..lm"...., FIR Shares \\.hlnlton.bu..lnp.I. C..and In that the yo..ohn City of
to-wlt ex..ut'.e 7
appeals to discontent means lives "California of because in Florida : for F. ). are resident of '
Syrup Figs, UK'4 <., HKVJ Section 30 In Townihlp one year. F. \In.. .. J'la Ic"lro
I lost. Incompetents continued in office a few hours all the clogged-up waste, 25 $South Ha ii ire 27 East.Tue i Time far. Q..lf,.. E. Vans Klsslmmee 1.. 74 W..hlnllon. 1. C.. and that you
Each have IN we have are a resident of
trenches taken the said land' I assessed at tho person to hi. 'lITN"SIVHJHEOI Uo.r.. I. L.hk.r.
nrean by enemy being
sour bile. and fermenting food gently I' name printed on. the primary h.r..nlo ou. seals. this ( l.ly of Washington n. C.. and
of Issuance of said certificate in .I.cto.
Strikes that squeeze the last moves out of the bowels.and you have ,date Hume. 6f C1. M. Cundv. Unless "nid' ballot es.' .an"I.lat. for any ciy 24th' day of January, A. I). 11. that ls.no other personIn this
,' penny out of our need for haste mean a well playful child again. certificate h.r shall be redeemed flea Ihal file 'with the chairman thIs \%'. H. HARKISF. State the l.rvlc of a subpoena upon
accordlnl K. VAN.H AGNEW whom would bind any of and that
on or before February i ,
men drowning in the Atlantic and Sick children needn't; be coaled to to la., tax deed will Issue .r"onon, commllee 24 In belief .. .you.
hil ,of candidacy' and npplU "" .' ', K. O. VANS ,AQNUW Ills you tho McEI-
r//:: .j. soldiers, sacrificed .in France. take ibis harmless "fruit laxative" the. 11 I Hi d..y.or March.' A.' n. I 9)5. catioms'to'havehisnam&so'prlntetI ST A TRJ P ) ffiSaSjSi AW: :>'' roy .and George< H.: Lehker are each

(' 1j1'1\; \\ .c.: :The'yellow;dog !are. in tho minor MMlioni of mothers keep it handy.bo-; "f, J\1i). .. CI"I'k;N., J'fI"{)?( JovmHRTH\JFTj., ;! upon i a( blank, toy bm furnished fe i ibygth4 F"'FLORII..Alti)11. r j, '> uvr-the,'aKoiof'll' years.,.,
H.al 'ourl" !fe'You and ofsJ
I kpF'tl OMClttDt.A9 (11 peach
\ nyUTheyt munti be'..converted or sent *" ' .'1 <'oun ihalrmnniof),this comniIttc-eand jkaaa ) li v you ,are required
they know Its action ion the iUEIIT KNOVNThat1 i toHappcantlntthlaiCourtion' \ March
cause stom-j companied 1 bya the&amauntlofJhlsBuslscsninent befdre5 4.
the 8.lit KkI4\
jtojgl JUfglThe pro-German's
|j pound sfjj! ach liver and bowels I. and sure.Artc nyHI H.IIIJ.I. asijspeclHvdSbplowJirand I no I I notarytl publicS Inland l9I5toJtheebIllLotcomplaint herein'
prompt
_ '. "", ; .., :
should be there now:? The' great silent bottle of "'-". name >of any* such" candidate shall be roe saidCounty' Rnc State;>personally ''
majority of us who are singleheartedfor your druggist for a nTu..jWTCc'I"UI'O" printed upon or counted or returned appeared 'v. H. JAHIUM. F. K. VANI This order shall be publ..hed In the

America be "California Syrup of Figs," whloh con- 0..01.1 If printed upon any such ballot unless AUNKW'and K, AGSI \ K'"lmm. Valley Oa..U. newspa
cannot soldiers ut .. 4 urt of to
man and woman of us can backup taint direction for babies. children,of .('....t.,. ;.ud... i ii. thl provision shall have been compiled . .,1 k-iiown and known to m. ida.pe. ".. In Oaceol. County. Flor
every all and for with. the Ildhldual. named In and who subscribed once a week four con..e"Ih'e
soldier to the limit. ages groWD'ups.Tbat their names to the foregoIng weaks
a of Il.llot
re Mutate of I>. f*. Aastlai F.r. I
charter and acknowledgedthnt WITNESS my hand and the eaal of
Distribu The voting in said primary elections I proposed
To
: I AM AN AMERICAN 'the work of bricking the t..al Cr.dlor.... .1.lale.a. (Claim shall be by first. and second choice ballot they executed the Same for the the ..al"Ir"ult Court this Mat day
ni la"I 11 therein .. of January A. I). Iflllf.Cl. .
compliance with the provision? .xpr..I..d.WITN'lf
; 4)Url0"1
road from Kissimmee to the f. '
1 American. county You. ne"and.and each slaln.I am an .
1\. Polk line Loug-hman is nanien candidate's for each office at K.lsl"n"". County and Stateafore. Clerk.
near th.
county ,
and to
: My father belongs to the Son.. tjf the lied. and required demands which present any or shall i.cprinted' on the ballot In allhlr sulci. this 24th day of January A. D. MnHHcy A '\'arlow.t.la. ,
being; pushed forward as rapidly as you .
Revolution. for Complainant. T.4t
either of you. may have against thefstnttt h..l< or..r 198.
My mother to the Colonial Dame possible will be of interest not onlyto of I D. S. Aunt In. dereaHed. late / "... of llelnmN \V tt. (RAWFORf.
Notary Public 11 "4-4IHHT HTATH
The committee shall So'clock at
meet at Hlal. f..lr..T
One of my ancestors pitched tea ov. that community but to the thou. of osceola County.executor Florida of snld. the estate.un.d"rRIln.d' p. m. the 2nd day of Match LartreMy lnmlll.lon expires. FI.III "HV.E"TI JUII'II, .

erboc rd in Boston liarbor. sands of tourists who are motoringfrom yearn from the date hereof 1918. In Ih. City Council l chamber o. March !0, 1921. 6-4t flHCIIT. ) ( IXHJ.-MTV,

Another stood his ground with War. Dated February 4th, .\. D 2915. the city of Klaslmmee. and publielcanvass \ IN 4'lA'S'ERY.l.ewid .
j ren.Another. point to point ''in Florida as well O. F. AUSTIN. the returns. In accordancewith \UTU'' .TlIn > fntTOIN:
for thi stretch has long been famous H-St Executor (him primary election law of ..10. "'. From; ('..plalaas><, <.
hungered with Washingtonat Ida and declare what 4 ourt of the t aumtw Judge Mlalc or' *s.4rarr .
h.
as the "missing link" of the Dixie candllat"l Klorlda. 4lmYola t'o..ty. A. Frost. ItrtrmAmmt.
Valley Forge been nominated for voted
IB Clreult (:..r4, Mate .f Flvrlda. Xrath -
My forefathers were Am rica in C: e Highway in the central part of the Judicial 4'lrrK. Oseeol* for, and the chairman and secretary of !. .Est ate of Jeaaetfe .M. Pkllllp. It ""I.pa/I"1. by affidavit "Ip..nded

making. state.-St. Lucie County Tribune. <'... CIIA.X.F.HYtirmff after. shall certify the names of thegecandidates having Claim. cause that Grace Frost the defend-

They spoke in her council halls. K. Dr .. (......,.... revolving the nomination or Demands against said :...Ial.: ant therein I named i is a nonresident of
t They died on her battlefields. 10 CENT "CASCARETS"FOR vs.Jr. for any office to the city authorities You. and each of you. are hereby notified the state of Florida and Is a residentof

They commanded her ships. LIVER AND BOWELS. Brs.. Defeadsal. of Klsslmmee as the nominees of this and required to present any New York .l party for offices to be \oted for nt the claims nnd. -emand. which you, or In care. of A. Kellogg. at No. 10
They cleaied her forests. ny afTldavIt general election to be held March 30, either of .u. may hav. agaInst the Hruad fltrAet, over the awe of tw Dawns reddened and paled. Cure Sick Headache Constipation, ft the appearing filed In the abovu-alated appended 1918. estat of J..an.l. N.' Phlllljis. deceased >ears: \ isJhcrcore ordered that

/ Staunch hearts of mine beat f* st at Sour cause. bil II. K, Dryan. the defendant Asespmi.ts I"t. of ). 'I.rld. to' Huld, "olr..ld.nfd.r..ndant be .and she
Bad
each star Biliousness Stomach. therein named. Is a non-resident of For the purpose. of the exprnnes the underslKned" Executor of .ahl.1 to the
d..rra'lnl
new Ul't'ath-Candy Cathartic.No the state of Florida and 1. a reHldent of the primary Including estate, within two yearn,from (lie date bi of complaint filed In said cause.
In the nation's flag.Keen of 'Phoenix State of Arliona. over the the payment of .Ipclo.'Inspectors. and hereof. I .n or before Monday, the 4th day of
: eyes of mine foresaw her greater age of twenty-one. years; It la Ihcrefoie clerks p.lnlnl of .. the following Dater pecemver\ Hi),, A. D 117.KCKVA March A. H ltM..oth..rwl.e the alle
halntll..I.' aicnlnstprospective ; 8. I'HILl.ll'.S. I gal butts of siiid be taken as
.L glory. ordered that saId "nt a..Rm.nlll 11IU
odds how bad lon-'e..I .
liver stomach
The of her your defendant be and he la. hereby required candidates .for the vl'lou. i-st Kxecutor by .
sweep seas.The or bowels; how much your headaches to appear to the of complaint offices be filled : It I Is, furh.r ordered that this trvvnfausid
plenty of ..her plains. filed In said cause on bil before Friday JH'or. five d.llar. -, ltiit; Kill ..t uilitAi'Io'si: he ..uhll h.d onl.. a week for four eon
The man-hives in her billion-wired how miserable you are from the 22nd day of February A. D. 1918, ( five dollars ",'culh'" .. the Kissimmee Val

.. cities. constipation indigestion biliousnessand otherwise the allegations or said bill Tr.allurpr. five dollars In the (Ireull Court. "I... of Klorlda. lie)' ca c-tte, newspaper published In
will lie taken a* confessed by said Marshal and tax ''collector the delIa Xetentk Jndlelfil Clrrult, ..col. ,/1 Cuunty and His I.
Every drop of blood in me holds a sluggish bowels-you always get defendant.It I re. 4'sisSy. January lath A. l n. ItlX.j. .

heritage/ of patriotism. relief With Cascarets. They immedi IH further ordered that this order I Members City. Council, 'en dollarslanpertord I . IN 4'IIAMIIIVlleailrlk : i J.. OVKHSTHKKT.:
I am proud of my past. be published once a week for four (ft. rt Real Clerk Circuit Court.
I am an American. ately cleanse and regulate the stomach .onll."ulv. weeks In the KlHRlrnmee The following Inspectors. and clerk I Illakla ..* Jomlaa lakla, hU KKIIIHS ': ).
4. .
t the food Ja. ., a newspaper published are hereby d..sllnat",1 to conduct. ll .I.. ('omplsis.ntsn's. Nult'I"! for Complainant. 7.5tO'I'U'I
remove sour, fermenting In Raid County and 8tate. said. primary : '
I American. Inspectors: .I.clon. !'>. O Vane I.. li. I'onell ..d J. I*. l-hllllp ..d J. H.TKCTTOIH: Poll
: am an and foul( gases; take the excess 'bile Thin 24th day of .J.nua.y. ISIS. 1. B'alol. I. (rrntreet, efeadaalikIt KIVAL
Agnew. J. K. ,' .
(Circuit J. .UH.U,
father
My was an atom of dust. L OVERR1'R.aT. .
from the liver and off the .
carry constipated Court Clerk: Edgar Knti al.penrlnl by affidavit appendedto
My mother a straw in the wind R"at 7-Bt \V C. H.\SS, CliiilritiHnAUTM , In the .
To his waste matter and poison ( STEED.Solicitor fpd ahlv"-lla.o I. ('eusty JmlKe'n 4'.urf. O.a (..._
CIIUMIthnt .. .
serene majesty. for Complainant. K I'owell tr, stale ef Florida
One of my ancestors died in the mines from the intestines and bowels. A 10- 1.4 'I.K1" 4 K I'f.nll.on'.o' IIP llps two_of the defendants thereinnantid

of Siberia. cent box from your druggist will keep M \XTKlf1 WALK KlSSlll.l: .\.I..a' \ZWI'T. of Florida are, and n.l-re.ld..nt.are residents of the of Stat Man-' I. re ":.1.'. .f Margart E IC.t'besderfer _

Another was cripled for life by twenty your liver and bowels clean; stomach Notice IK hereby Ilv"1 that under Notice Is hereby given that I the t n- ,'hr'st'r ('itT.. ('ountv, State of TenneSHee .
blows of the knout. lint by virtue of a Decree In derslKni will on the 251f.I"y l of I'd. OMT tlie HKe or twenty-one
Another was killed the ;sweet and head clear for months. They Chancery In the case of AliceVlliIer. ruary. ISIS, at 10 n', A ,?M. or ears It Is thertfore orr.rpo that said Notl. la hereby given to all whom
'4. defending work while sleep. joined l hy her husband. J. VV soon thereafter .. we can be lirnrd ti The you \\'lder. May A I' 1911. will
history of is w" apply to the
ancestors trail
my a complnlnantH. v Mary apply to the Honorable Sldne\ J CnltM, hereby required to appear to the bill T ;
r Rumm.r. lion M Murphy. Judira
1 of blood. The \Vatvis & Carson lroc'ry I ;: our final dlsQ
'. his In the state lloime In the Krldaj the 22nd day of February I"hll" -
To the palace gates of the Great pan) a corporation anl H. Smith. 011'1. charm Kyurutors of the estate of
White Czar. I.r..lanlll. pending the (Ircul City of TalRhasll.e. State of Florida. i, A D I r.HH. otherwise the allctratlonn Maricaret. K:. Korhenderfer. deceased.nnd .
.\ COurt of the Seventh Judicial for 1\.r "I.nt Incorporation-- of salil Mil nlll be taken as con- that nt the xnm time. we will pre-
Hut then the dream came- ** of the. State of Florida. In and for Oaceola ..\.. allllo..lllplI and successors 'f'smsel l l Iy .alt der.I"anl. salt, our final a<<(ounts as Executors of
The dream of America. ** County 'In Chancery tile undersigned Into a body politic and corporate, under It Is ordur.d that this ordei isitIui: Pilate and auk for their approvaL
In the light of the liberty torch as Special Master In Chancery, the name of KIS.SIMMPn VAU.KV published once a week for four consecutive I Dated Novemb'T; St h.. A. I U. 1177
t. will sell at public outcry for cash In OA7.UTTK. weeks In the Klsslmmee Valley CLARA M HUTSON
The atom of dust became a man. hand to the highest bidder, at the \\'" also hereby ""clar. and show laxi'tte, a newspaper published .In. W. M. HUT80N.
And the straw of the! wind became a front door of the Court House In Kla- that the following charter and articlesof said County and State. Executors.
woman Immce. Osceola County. Florida dur Incorporation Is a full true and This list day of January lint. W. Ft. CRA WFORD.

q For the OLD tog the legal hour. of sale, on I ..ompl.t. copy, the original of which J. L OVEUSTREET.! Attorney for Executors. lmm
; first time. the 4th day of A. D. "ontay. Is now 0, Ole In the orlo. of the Secretary (Circuit Court Clerk Circuit Court
"See'" .said my father pointing 1,0 the following Jlarch. .. : 11. th.I of State of te. of Florida Heal) AI> II.M TKATOKNOTICH
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flag that fluttered near 'BONESRUBBER Lot Three (3) of Block Three (1> of at the said city of Talaha..et. KRIBSTEED., -

"That flag of. stripes and stars isyours. I Lillys Addition to the Town of KIsalmm during the time required Solicitors for Complainant.41 Im C... .f C...4r J.4... a'ate.'
4' COPPER .. City according to the plat the publication of this notice. "" .r'..
.' thereof t1id and recorded In the office W. n. HARRIS AS OItDIA'E. .
"It is the emblem of' the promised TIRES BRASS of the Clerk of the Court of F. E. VANS AGNEW !. r Kala CI.cul E. O. AN OKUI.VtMK I. Ike Pe.
_ _ land. Osceola County VANS AGNEW .Ibl Cvwaty
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LEAD e.l. l mt '
TUBES
Purchaser for .
to deed. ARTICLES .I.I.
pay OF INCORPORATION
: 'It means, my son, the hope of' hu Dated AaiMt .f lafAsleatlasr Ll4i N tlee H hcn-nv al".n'to all whom
January 29th. A. D IMS.O. "'e. the undersigned hereby and by .,
manity. h ROPE SCRAP IRON P. OARRFTT. these. articles of Incorporation associate UEIT'oR"ArNEO ... tie. It may concern that on the ZOth day of
by the of April. A. D shall '
'41" ''Uv for it Ue for it." Special Master In ourselves for Counci 11.1 apply to th*
-< Chancery. together the pur. the City of Klsslmmee. Honorable T. Judge of said
Under the open sky of my new country I SEND IT TO US WE R01IT PWrOTOJ KRIBBS STEED pose. of becoming a body politic and Section 1. That It shall be unlawful Court a. Judge of Probate. for my
I swore to do Slcior. for ComplaInants 1-5 corporate under and pursuant to the for any one within the limits of the SInai discharge as Administratrix of
_ eo, J Write For Prtcelut lows of 8t: 'f Florida, providing City of Klsalmmee. Florida to have In the estat of George B. Tatman. '' d.-
And every drop of blood In ma will MASTRIfft SALE for .. : management, his or her possession at any one time, ceased; and that at th. same tires I

I keep that vow.I llabllltlea ant ... of corpora a irreater quantity ef whiskey, gin will present to said Court-mr final accounts -. ;.,
\\fWlHSVLMMETALCa Notice Is hereby1, given that under tlons. the f which laws .
of / ber .In. or other intoxicating' AdrnfUstratrlx of said Statf. ,
am proud my I ii.) and by ...tu. of Final' Dore. In are hereby accepted.J 'and we hereby than Is at//// present allowed Iq.or. and aak Car their approval. '
I AM .AN tuture.0l'' fl L: 4BS7 C.BAV JACK30 4Vliag.nA.J Chancery In the case of Fred. Robanon declare that the fOI".ln" artcl. of Stats LAW of tte ktata of Florida. Dated October? tth. A. D. HIT.
> H. W. Weaver; Z. Baas and 'Annie Incorporation . be Bectlon 2. ./ Any vlataMon hereof A-LM.Z MORRISOI. .l

; -. -.j -... m Bass his wife; and Bass COQtrlc.f' -* the charter of/ said corporation upon shall b. puolsjucd. t>r Imprisonment for il-l mos .Administratrix -i .

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TEN THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 1918 '
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;': Shoes! Shoes! ShoesI!-Just Look at Them They Are Here!!


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0 Patent Pumps, 3.98

$" 2 5 0 011 orth r w ;, e Children's Sandals, in all colors,


I. n Price, 75c to 2.50


'. -'. 0 I h oe S .. Ladies' White Pumps, with low

and high heels, 1.50Men's
JUST, ,A'RK l I V E D t ; ;
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o t , andladies' high (top
White Shoes Black 'Shoes t
1 Tennis Shoes 1.00
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' Low Shoes, High Shoes, '. ., Men's Work, Shoes, 2.25

Black Tennis Shoes, White [ fL Men's Genuine Elk. Skin, Shoes, 3.25 'r
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Tennis Shoes high and "
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Many .other kinds of shoes too numerous --'
I low top t f. '

: ii .l to mention. It will pay you to'
Just Few Prices' : ,
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.come in I and d. them a I look over ,

. .Black I Kid I .Pumps, Beaded, $$5.50

Plain Black. Kid Pumps, 3.9S ''? r B.4 U. BUY

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Kissimmee, Fla.

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Mrs. Emmons and Mrs Brandt 'of wants to turn It loose I better comeand borhood Adiln-HM, rnnimunirstlmisHox ; one InteliDied. III either of them.prnixMtles ..
Ohio J. W. Martin of Huron S. D., see us. We can At you out, I 644. KiHHimmoiKU.. 6-tf, with real Intention to buy
M WE JlAV.Jo'OH: SALE at bargain! can buy them low beluw their valueand
and FA A. Lincoln were a motor party prices' and on favorable terms of FOR SALK-"I'urf Wed. White 'Leghorn' : arrange unv reasonable term
visiting Lake Gem a few days ago, "payment some splendid farm and i settings .IS eggs II.2S. Hunt I.UI'-| t Tae I". How, SI I H<.. oruime Ave.Orlando .
Come One Come All upon the invitation of J. E. Mattocks. grove property that will bear closest fr. 203 Verona. St. -tf Fin iiIf'FAItMERBKcnd
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Investigation; alao some Rood landto I --,-- -
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rent as well as city property: FOR HALE OR J\FST-S..w' rott* (- I I today for a free sample -
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NELSON REALTY .COMPANY OTerKisslmmee Apply 403 Vine street. 12-lBtpd Florida rm..rlud
of the
Classified Advertisements I II State Hank. I Stockman copy published at JacksonvilleTells .
FOR SALE-S acres. ,, 3 acres cleared about livestock. raising dairying -
Both Great and Small and Get I FOR SALE-Long cloak suits single end plowed all under good ,..n..e'l I poultry, citrus fruit and trucking -
food house, located just outside | .
KCR) h\CHANGF-Koine well located skirts; good condition. :39 bust; twice a month at bOp per year-
clear l property both city and coun. cheap 1004 Mabbrtte St. 7-2tpd limits !good .nelKhborhoprt Uoodproposltl..n three years. for $I 00. Onlv livestock; .
I It taken promptly. Address and general farming paper In the
the Lowest Prices of Them All try,. tu farm trade; will m. part pay difference pay on a 100.1otoC'k and FOR RItNT-Jo'urnl..h..d for rooms orapartments Fla. owner Itux 227, KlHnlmiiie'1-tf. elate Write! today.
light housekeeping
irlv ralr and equitable deal. ;
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.. In modern, convenient house, clone In. FOIt KAr.J.-An..on" eggs tor hatch-
: A18O HAVE KOMI* food cltrue
I" Mrs. K. E.V..II..., Real Estate and Inaurance..l1. DWELLINGS )I. .
-- fruit land In California to exchangefor for rent. Apply to Inn $1 60 for 16 Also one cockerel
Florida property; Home good Mabbette St. Phone 142. Tiller. n.II"i. and a few hens at II JS each.II .
fi Gold Medal Flour 24 lbs.$1.6S Kelloc's Krumbles ________ .10 I business, --property. In St. Louis; some FOR HALE:-ONE: EMERSON TYPE. F. Krlltbs. 7-4t
PiHsbury Floor ,24 Ibs.____ 1.65 Shredded Wheat Biscuit ___ .13 a Illinois land land; ;good sonic farm northeasternKanens In Missouri. IDLE WRITER AS GOOD MODEly A3 THREE NEW. Apply VIS- 10'01S.I.both of. ;my CHEAP bungalows-i intend rlKht. to,away sell For Indigestion Constipation orBiliousness A

96 Ibs.-1-2 blbL _________ 6.25 Sweet Feed. 100 Ibs __uu.2.75Sla.rU 11'10 If anyone owning Florida property 1111 !South Vernon Ave. tf Kaln If you write are to Interested me about In them a. real.or bar call,
Self-rising Flour. 24 Ib sack 1.55 100 Ibs __...__ 2.95 FOR SALE: OR TRADE-Six-room to see me The Currle residence. titI."t..d Just try one 50-cent' bottle of LAX-FOS
un. house, front and back porches, cor.IVnneld on Verona 8t., lies two tutu, WITH PEPSIN. .A Liquid Digestive
12 Ib sack Self-risinx Flour .80 Bran 100 IbL ..__-______n. 2.40 FLu Purity, r ,. III .hwny.'land Host Randolph bargain, In on Klsalmmeo. Dixie- a hop.nice. irnnd six-room garage:cottage; nice,lawn large excellent work Laxative pleasant to take. Made and.
1.% Bbl Self-ruin Flour____ 6.00 Feed Meal. .100 Ibs. __.___ 2.45 \ Make. 623 me Ppnneld an offer. ('her.Thompson Red Honing bungalow well corner I'rlce Mabbctte rlicht. The and recommended to the public by Paris Medicine
avenue. 7-2tp
of Laxative Bromo
manufacturers
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Granulated Surart lb. ___ .IP Oats. 100 Ibs. 3.60 FOR SALE-Modernroom house, UermUila.new.. never. occupied. 'Kuodsls I
> ? ---------u close In, all conveniences; fine neigh lot. built or bent mnterlult.' Any Quinine and Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic.
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Lord Calrert Coffee ___-___ .34 Kerosene Oil, <* - ---- -- -
Maxwell House Coffee 1 Ib .32 Compound LaH Ib _______ .25 !

Bleu Coffee ______,_______ .26 Thread. spool ____:._______ .05 I

Senate Co'ee. best there is .35 Broom ________________.. .50 II I

Vesper, a very rood coffee .30 National Oats, box ?------- .11 ... )

1917 Coffee _-__--______ .%4 Wizard Wash Soap. 7 bars __ .25 ,

Arbncklc's Coffee _____-____ .zz Prune lb. 18c. 2 fr______ .35 You will want to try wholesome ,>. ,; \I

''I, Whit. Bacon, .best, Ib :.???*' .- ..35BrealFfist'Bieo. Fancy Peaches. 18c. 2 Ibs.:for }!.35 \ Cottolene for "deep-frying l ," $5 000 00 i':;'?; , I I
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:. well as for-cakes, and bis. "J&
'".r Ii at pastry ,
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-l : .. ,Ib,,. nwv .45 Potted Meat can ..a'' .05 LA cuitiFor Cottolene instantly browns \ ).. ,
Potatoes::!peck i'ijji t V : .+i jr.SO'CabLan. \Beef.',Pork & Veal Loifean;, .15J Rind f lrispstthe< outer surface, and .
I lb. "---_-LL____.. .04 Corn Beef Hath, 'can :_:!__!''" :.13+ thus teals in the tempting flavors .

Coarse Grits 5 Ibs. _______ .30 Vienna Sausate. can ______ .10 01 the food itself.

Fin\ Grits 5 Ibs. ____ -____ .30 Wesson Cooking' Oil can. .35 & .75 That's why things "deep-fried" ai .

Meal. 5 Ibs. ...--_________ .30 ,. Cream of Wheat pkg. ___-= .24 wholesome in Cottileni and come out deliciously. Stock of f Groceries Cost I
easilyjlieestiblc.RECIPE"
; Lima Beaus 18c. 2 Ibs. for_ .35 Western Pork Chops lb. ____ .35

Nary Beans 19c lb. 2 for_ .35 Whole Hams. Armour's Star .35 d.,

No. 1 can Tomatoes 3 for_ .25 Sliced Ham. lb. __n___-._ .40 Meat Croquette '

Best Creamery Butter lb. __ .52 I';..ut Hay. 100 Ibs h___ 2.00 1 eUI'IullineIy bread chopped crumbs meat (any lina, BEGINNING ?
1 cupful oft
Best Oleo Bntterine. lb. _n_ .30 Natal Hay. 100 Ibs. _______ 2.00 X cupful soup clock: or white sauce

Hat Batter Ib _______...___ .33' Timothy Hay. 100 Ibs.2.25 1 egg Season beaten.with salt and pepper[ and onion Feb. 11
ICeD..'. Toasted Corn Flakes .11 Toilet Paper. 6 rolls on___ .25 juice if desired. When very cold ihaps Monday Morning
the mixture intocylinden; roll in sifted ,
I Post Toaities _______...,___ .10 Toilet Paper. lOc _______n .05 bread crumbs, then beaten egg then ..
crumb again. Fry one minute In deep
Cottolene hot enough to brown a bit our entire stock of Groceries will be
Everybody cordially invited. Youwill be treated right of bread wLhils you count f().
offered for sale at absolutely cost.

Split Nickle Grocery CottoleneAt "

We find it necessary to close out our stock to be able to take up

: PHONE 141. 422 BROADWAY. to At grocers In tins another business proposition which will require our entire time.
of convenient sizes *T
t J I We wish to thank our many friends for the liberal share of

- - 11 business they have given us in the past, and to show our, appreciation _

i I will give you the opportunity to reduce the

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High Cost of Living '

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A Cardinal Virtue '
.. by selling our entire stock at cost, to the consumer., .


L J We reserve the right to limit the purchases of Sugar Flour and

other merchandise ...011 which there is a shortage'so that 'all our
of success i is Confidence.
I ..9. y, t friends may have a chance to get their share.

More than one man has made a fortune with the help pf f a f fw _
jCIIIZfNS
dollars and the confidence of.many people

IBANKJT Terms of Sale Cash Nothing Charged
A financial connection with this strong Institution cannot fail to ,

I5s t increase the confidence of others in you and improve your standings .

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