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 15, 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: VID00842
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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I' Pages 1 to 8 KISSIMMEEVALLEY GAZETTE. Pages l.to 8 'I


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And OSCEOLA ,JOURNAL, Consolidated January 11, 1915.

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.I1..d I ( onoolldnlril lto* Ie KISSIMMEE FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY
Onrrula ,1. 15, 1918 VOL. XXI-NO.. 9

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EVERYTHING IN READINESS FOR THE OPENING Board of Trade Meeting BIRTHDAY OF I




I OF OSCEOLA COUNTY'S BIG ANNUAL FAIR ABE LINCOLN'r


THE .BOARD OF TRADE WILL MEET AT THE


COUNCIL CHAMBER. TONIGHT AT 7:30. ALL MEM. CELEBRATED

ON NEXT TUESDAY FEBRUARY THE 19TH BERS ARE URGED TO- BE PRESENT.j THE ANNUAL,


ELECTION OF OFFICERS WILL TAKE. PLACE AT THIS
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MEN BEHIND MEETING AND IT IS THE'DUTY OF EVERY BUSINESS BY C. A. CARSON AND J.
THE
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AN INTERESTING AND, INSTRUCTIVE PROGRAM HAS BEEN .ARRANGED .. .

AND TWO BANDS WILL FURNISH MUSIC-GOOD MAN IN KISSIMMEE TO BE THERE AND PARTICIPATE L. CAMERON MANY FLAGS j

RACING WILL BE HAD EACH DAY AND .THE EXHIBITS OF THE FAIR MOVEMENT IN THE ELECTION.. FLYING IN HONOR' OF. MAR. ,

LIVESTOCK POULTRY, FRU ITS VEGETABLES, SCHOOLS AND ROMA THOMAS,. President TYRED PRESIDENT.:
A.''E. THOMAS/ :-
FANCY ,WORK WILL ,BE WELL WORTH SEEING.The Secretary.Canning .
morn the '
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than :
Little a year ago Lfnco n'i birthday' was" honored ,InKissimmee'Tut'sday'
-- idea of holding an Osccjla County

second annual. eola County I than at our previous fair. This fea Fair was conceived by some believedin of our exercises under the auspices by appropriate of the }

Fair will open its gates to the public ture'is always an attractive one. progressive citizens.and felt that They industrieshere Gen. O. O. Howard Post of the G. A.

next Tuesday, Feb. 19,' and continuein ,i. There will be a fine' collection of the county in their in'ancy.'They Clubs Will R., when lion; C..A. Carson, son of a.
session five days. This date has live stock of all kinds. The premiumlist were only the letogether Confederate veteran, was one of the,
that calling
been arranged to harmonize with other is complete in this departmentand believed few by each peo'for speakers of 'the day, and North *nd'
faire of central and north Florida. it is anticipated that sufficient for n when days those who year had South united in honoring the memoryof

Coming as it does Just after the stock will be entered to tax the Clt a conference, in line, ex- Have Splendid Exhibit the martyred President.
close of the Manatee County Fair at purity of the grounds. It will' be made a success any cJ.ould Promptly at 1:30: o'clock the memo
for the
BradtnCown.. and the 'Orange County good stock, ,too. .' The,. reign t>f the hibit that success of encourt others getrient ; bers -of the post and a number of i c:tie .
gild enlightenment ,
."",_.. Fair' at Oi-lan.lo. it will without doubt long-horned steer and razor-back would;Twult.in great,good to-the-'cite,, .NB/.;..;y jrfe: .....S.; w;._;;:;CiLj5 ii*J&...ia aWw-("'".,.'='uunnitwsn5sy:;;,; -,wiv;;;.aal{ :-;,,' ladies; (;A0.d.a..jstltradelegation...efrllly.i--_ -
t"t;; : :: -\9'iifE'tJY': ( '''-1i u'tld' r '!!" t"t ii'fll'"tir hoK haRaiIed'ihteofa ctiunljr und zens as individuals end to the entire The canning -clubs of the county a cheese-making demonstration. ,.. of* the city marched from thecenterV' .
the winter in this:section of better grades are fast replacing the .of the buiUness cection of .
i
spending To crystallize this idea will' have their 'usual -display of canned '
community. Anyone wishing a o"f the
the state and who desire to learn stock; of earlier days. The fair management copy premiums Broadway to the Graystone Casino. I
fruits marmalades jams
into definite meeting of busi- jellies, !
has made extensive changesin a plan a offered for articles in this department |The St. Cloud Fife and Drum
from observation what development'immunities Corps
called and the Osceola preserves and pickles at the county
ness men was obtain
accommodation for the exhibitrin may the premium headed the procession with their }
the stirring
have attained. The visitors -
Fair Association began its fair next week. There will be a display -
County book from A. E.
Thomasat
all degrees : department and have provided : Secretary music.
here last year expressed existance. i of garments .made for the; his office. I'
of astonishment at the wonderful nearly double the number of covered The men who went into the enter- French and Belgian refugee babies :. The Casino was elaborately decorated .
exhibition made at the first fal.; pens that were in use ,last year. Thit orise as officers and stockholders of : and for the Children's Home at Jack No. 19 in the Stanford block on I in flairs and Mr. Lincoln's picture l
celebation and there is reason to believe work is one of a permanent natun the association' did so with no thoughtof sonville.A Steward avenue will be headquartersfor occupied a conspicuous place on
the coming celebration will he and will be a valuable addition to the, a financial investment for the his special prize has been offered for the articles in the Domestic I the stage.

. equal to or greater than the first. fair buildings.The tory of county fairs would not foster home-made soaps and there will likely Science department previous to the Fully three hundred people were
KisMmmee will be a convenient stopping agricultural and horticultural this idea but purely with the purposeof be a number who compete for this opening of the fair. 'This room will ] present when 'Post Commander W. T.
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features will be revelation to those be Friday and Saturday of this Vail
place at that time, for winter a furthering the development of Os- premium.Miss open arose to announce the opening
'visitors who anticipate an early re- I' who have always 'considered this ceola county. Sarah Partridge, the district week but not on Monday, I number, "America," which was led

turn to their northern homes and who county as interested in the cattle industry S. L. Lupfer served the associationas agent, of Gainesville, expects to be All ,exhibits other than cooked by Mr. Smith.
.f- have planned to reach Jacksonville alone and will show the mar- the first, president, with E. L. Lesley present at the fair and give demon- foods must be at the fair grounds by I Commander Van then introduced
in time for the state" fair which begins velous industrial progress which has and W. B. Makinson. vice-preed- strations in making war breads. 10 a. m. Tuesday.The ; ex-Senator C. A. Carson will a few

Feb. 26. They can make the been made in the past few months. dents, and A. E. Thomas, secretary. The state dairy specialist, Miss candies, cakes, pies, etc., must ''fitting words. Senator -Carson is always -
by stages! spending a weekin The' hay exhibit is sure to be of interest I be a plausible speaker and one
trip easy These officers with the following May Morse, of Tallahassee will be sent to the grounds by 0 a. m.
Manatee county, or in Orange to those who have realized that board of directors, constitute the here on the opening day and will' giveHANSEN'S I Wednesday. I who la able to catch and hold the undivided
county, the next week in Osceola native crab grass hoy has more than ecutive committee: E. L. Lesley, I attention of his audience by
county and the following one in Pu- doubled in price during the past B. Makinson, J. W. Tucker, A. ex-I I I his eloquence and logic find this occasion
val county. twelve months, and other grasses in Donegan. L. A. Hamilton H. C. PALM PERGOLA DECORATION was no exception to the rule.

There has been arranged an interesting proportion. ford Ackies F. Bass, Ernest Mach I, CELERY BEST 1 he rlcral display of the Osceola Beginning his address he said: "It is
At first it thought that the cold
and instructive for I I was customary to consider the lives and
: program S. L C. Pat Johnston
Lupfer, .N. Bryan, County Fair promises to be one of the
every day of the Osceola County weather Florida had experiencedwould M. D. Alexander W. B. Harris attainments of our great men as a
most unique features of the main exposition -
Fair. damage/ the citrus fruit crop to S. T. Pansier and A. Ei. Thomas. OF ALL SAYS LI6HTSEY building. Miss Jean Cald- guide for our lives and the man whose
Every day there will lie band con- such an extent that specimens for The story of selecting the ground well is in charge of this department' memory we honortoday is one of the
the would be limited. This
bands have been fair maybe greatest America has ever produced.
certs. Two engaged -
for the fair and of erecting suitable and will out and
of other sections but not of carry an original I wish
the the Kis- true to discuss his life from the
to entertain visitors,
building. .and the getting together of one'of clever
R. P. Hansen, Osceola'smost arrangement for the main dec
Osceola. The in this county was of
standpoint 'a southerner
J. crop the
eimmee Cornet Band and Johnny the vast collection of exhibits son
necessary oration.
This will be in the
nature
Jones' Italian Band. That will. insure shipped early this year and the pnck- for a successful exposition is a prosperous "farmers has long of a pergola constructed' of native of a Confederate veteran. Not many
plenty of good music. I ing houses are now closed but notwithstanding story well known here. The men who been famous as a celery grower and is palm logs. It will occupy the centerof years ago such a meeting as this
these conditions there would
have
A splendid racing program has' brought about the unqualified success this year beating his own record and the rotunda and will be filled with been impossible, the bit-
been planned for each day, on tjhe will be a bountiful supply of Florida' of the 1917 fair will the terness engendered by tho war would
serve association ferns and
is of potted plants. There is
producing a splendid mam-
fruits. There will be crop have
standard oval half-mile speedway; golden oranges this for the entire list prevented, but thank God that
lots of grapefruit, year, moth heads. Specimen heads were perhaps no product of Florida more time has
Kisgimmee is in the same racing cir- oranges/ of officers were reelected!! and cuit as Jacksonville and'Orlando and lemons and kumquats. indomitable which has presented to the ,Gazette office well their united 'country we may meet to discuss 1
perseverance people
..!I as as guests, from( '
it is likely that the string of fast overcome seemingly unsurmountr through the "courtesy of Mr. Hansen the northern states than our wonderful men and measures.
l, horses here this will be (Continued On Page Eight.) The speaker then gave .history of
year greaterFAIR ... .,. ''," obstacles then will work a greater de- that measure! fully twenty inches in palms and their general use as a .
gree of success for the approaching. length and nine inches in circumfer decoration will be a' pleasnig one. (Continued oa Pare C.),
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OUNDS"AN'O ence.Mr.. Hansanr commenced shipping
J BUILDINGS
LIVE STOCK EXHIBIT OF this week and in many cases' not over ISTATRAD(

THE OSCEOLA COUNTY; FAIR three dozen of. these splendid, heads' BOARD MET WITH
... could be packed in a crate;;: 1
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: ,1,The 1 1. price 'fort) this',1 crop lit",, start* I
The HveUtockiextiibit
forthcoming,
f AS THEY WILL APPEAR TUESDAY atjihe promisesto; bejoneofluniI : \ ing Kissimmee-at,a good figure .$2. i $iiN f.o.b.lI&VM\<, j jI

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j tinterestinotlonly 5 ;! ) )!to f the 1 home \ LOCAL 'AND"ST"ClOUDCITIZENS:
I people but to the visitors and prosI Henry Lightsey, government vegetable -
and fruit who is home
inspector,
-- I II I I pective home seekers' who are interested -
County fairs have long been considered In the cast wing general agrieul-1/ | in Osceola county. for a visit, said Mr. Hansen's celery --
as constructive in their influence { tural products will be arranged. I I I The list of exhibitors is a long one, was the finest he had seen anywhere.
.. lie has been stationed at New York I The members of the Florida State
it as his belief that
and as ,having a strong educational -i I Space will be given here for the floral showing how this county has increased pressed no more
value. This perhaps is truerin exhibit fpr specimens of the taxi- its livestock'resources.. City where he Inspected celery from Road Department met in' Kissimmca! Impor'ant road in all South Floridawas

Florida than in any other state in I: dermist's art and the Parcel -Post ex. I, Pat Johnston will show two bulls, California, Michigan and other points, this morning, one day ahead of their being considered at this time.
but none has been equal to this. No action: will be taken by the' road
the Union as the time these celebrations hibit. I four four heifer calves and four schedule with Chairman Edd Scott
cows, ,
half
has and
Mr. Hansen
I an acre a department until the conclusion of
are held is during the winter As leave the main exposition I
I you bull calves. These of Angus
are of this celery and should it yield in presiding and M. M. Smith of Orlando their trip.The .
months when hundreds of people from building going west to the midwayon
r 'stock lie will also have some goats,
proportion to.the section cut this G. H. Gilbert of Jacksonville section of the Dixie 'Highway
allover' the sightseeinghere side and the track and
country are i
one race '!! a pen of hogs/ one Jersey cow and a week it would produce in the neighborhood -' Capt.; W. H. Hillman of Live Oak and in Osceola county came in for a tullshare"
and in m4nY instances are receiving band stand on the other, the'manalCer' [
you pass ,, Brahma bull.
of 1000 J. D. Smith of Marianna
first 'impressions of a com'munity office. This building is'' crates.; Secretary of discussion, the Reedy creek
these / The Partin settlement will contribute He is a grower who believes in diversified Wm. F. Cooke, State Road Commissioner fill and the consequent detour occu-
through sources. With equipped with telephone and telegraph
-, Angus and Brahma cattle and has of of Tallahassee G. D. Armca the
I some crops an acre pying center of the stage. Some
the approach of the fair and the'cer- the Western Union
haying established -I
| and a pen of pigs cabbage, as fine as one could see any: division engineer for all 'South Flor misunnderstandmg seemed to have
tainty of such an influx of visitors. office there fair
r Osceola county feels a pardonable week. an during I j I I! Columbus Bass will show a Brahma where. This will be ready for ship- ida, of Gainesville, and A. B. Herndon existed in regard to this section of

i' pride in her fir grounds that The rest room and adjoining ladies' cow and calf. ping in a couple of weeks. He" has in the party. They were met by the road but those points were clarified
stretch from the city restaurant b located Roll Bronson, one pen of sheep. six acres of potatoes planted the first the resident engineer, A. B. Herndon at the meeting and general good
near quite centrally
away are
limits the southwest here too. of- Ed Whaley, one pen of sheep. week in January, and three acres of I and a delegation of progressive men feeling existed. The road department
forty- feature
five on tract. over a the reflects Perhaps better no Will Barber, a colt and some cattle. beans. Both crops are just throughthe I from St. Cloud, including Capt. Frost, passed a' resolution endorsing a

The'acre entire tract has been cleared in the grounds careful judgment L. II. Ingram, a pen of Tamworth ground and are showing n good E. E. Ely, S. S. Brammar, W. H. Tunni- i speedy completion of the sectic \ that
planning or more execution plga, cliffe J. K. Conn J. S. S. the
stand. Hargrave, required detour and, instructedtheir
of all obstructions and is fenced all than the grand stand and
i! Bruns Holstein cattle > W. Porter and E. S. Nesbit. Kissimmee
'I Point some enginere to see that this -was
round with an eight or ten foot speedway. The track is standard'full
cypress a
and Tamworth not expecting the arrival of to the the
pigs. was at earliest
open public pos
fence. half-mile oval and is,fully clayed I four on either side of the street, or
| The Pig Club boys will have one their distinguished guests till Sat sible date.
The grounds are laid off in streets The racing' men who were here last | eight to the block. On the corners
I their but few of the At the the
containing pigs. urday, a prominent adjournment immediately
pen party
with the main buildings as near the year predicted it would be one of the there will be criss-cross penanU.
Jim Sage of St. Cloud, one' of business men gathered in for the left for Orlando to continue
| pen
entrance LS convenient and the speed finest in the state when it had become These decorations will extend towardthe
j Chester White hogs. meeting. their tour of the state.
reaching: out for a half mile and this A, L. faras .
way more thoroughly) packed pre- Dr. C. L. Hyatt, one Duroc C. passenger depot as Chairman Scott-explained the object -
| pen -
track. diction has proved true. the Manhattan hotel. The band .
Jersey pigs.Southport. of the trip to be an effort on the
Poultry Building.The The grand stand is a substantial I stand is always used as general head- SPECIMENS OF 1918 POTATO
Cattle Co., will exhibit of the board to become thoroughly -
building nearest the entrance structure and easily accommodated I j i Hereford. and Angus cattle. quarters during fair week and will part in touch with conditions in each CROP TO BE SHOWN AT FAIR
14 devoted exclusively to the poultry the large crowds that congregated i| Hull Bass, one penof sheep. receive special attention at the' dec. I territory to bring about as effective -

exhibit and is constructed on the most there last year. The stand faces south j I J. W. Oliver, one Duroc Jersey orator's hand. I I work as possible. It is their wish to | Farm products at the county fair
approved plan. The overhead arches oi.d west and the visitors) at the fair !,!'boar, Out at the, fair ground everything 'i do away with the patch system off I I will bi of especial interest this year,
make it possible-to dispense with the may task in the warm sunshine and J. Wade Tucker, one pen of hogs. will be gay with flags. The interior'I i state roads he said and to build con- for an agricultural fever is epidemic
ordinary supports and give a clear enjoy the balmy breezes! from Lake j' K. L. Lesley will show cattle and of the main exposition building has | tinuous trunk lines as fast as the i here 'and farmers business men and
h space throughout the entire buildingwith Tohopekaliga. some hogs.Dr. been arranged in booth style this year I j funds are' available. lie reviewed the I, winter residents alike are burning i

nothing to obstruct the view. In connection withthe track thereis W. W. Carson, Jersey cattle to afford better facilities for artistic system of highways now complete i with a desire to plant something. A
This is an arrangement that is seldom a string! of forty-four consecutive'[' and pen of hogs.KISSIMMEE. decorations. In the rotunda of the I' or arranged for which cross the state I conservative estimate has been placed
found outside the large cities. racing stables, every one covered. i I main building a profusion of. flags : in continuous succession :from the,j en the acreage just seeded to the
Every exhibit in the entire showis Suitable provision for p cattle ', will be used.Automobile. I north line! to Kissimmee. j i Irish potato crop in this vicinity at
cooped in collapsible coops such! as show has been made and 32 separate'' owners will be asked lo',' The St Cloud delegation! rt'pre"enti i|J1200:.! ucres. That tells the whole
are used only in the large shows. The covered, pens for hogs.In 'I TO DEC- display flags/ too. and it is probable |' ed by :Mr. Brammar appealed to the i I story in itself for 1200 acres of po-
Keipper patent wire cooping is the purchasing grounds! a suit- that many beautiful designs wroughtout hoard for aid in building the hard- I I tatoes nyijla for 1200 acres of corn,
kind ,in use here aMc apace for field Sports! was provided in national colors will be seen in ,1 surfaced road from St. Cloud east to and that in turn will mean nearly the
!Main Building/ and an experimental farm and ORATE FOR THE FAIR I the decorated automobile parade The i the Brevard county line. :Mr. Grammar !same amount planted to forage crops.

The main exposition bull'5 is a another year will see a small model fair association is offering prize of I explained that at the time" the csI I. Spring potatoes are not the only
commodious well-lighted, well-venti truck farm there with the seasonable I $10 for the best decorated car and $51|I timatett were first made the bonds : crop that can be successfully raised
lated structure It is built with a vegetable/ and fruits. Kissimmee will present a festive as a second prize. I voted were sufficient for the here and perhaps the most interest-
large rotunda and long wings extending The private concessions at the fair I appearance during fair week and will In fact everywhere you look during but the advance in prices of ing exhibit at the fair will be bushels
to the west and to the east IT I arc always well looked after and !I be decorated with hundreds of flags fair week you will bo reminded 1 that due to war conditions have purpose'l of fine potatoes just out of the
this rotunda will be a pergola filled these grounds are no exception to this II I and countless. pennants on that occasion Osceola is holding her annual fair and dered I that amount ground New potatoes in January.Not .
with ferns and ornamental plants for I rule. Plenty of space' is provided for The county commissioners will is showing the world what she has A. Carson addressed the ", a few pecks of small specimen, J
the central decoration and above this the great Johnny J. Jones exposition decorate the county court house; the done in the past as well as the strongly urging the importance of the but bushels and bushels of them that
will gleam countless flagof our shows or any other amusement com- school board will decorate the Osce- glimpse of the! wonderful develop- road as a cross state highway and would all\ grade No.1. These were
country and allied nations.In pany found at these fairs. ola'County High School; the businessmen ment to be expected in the futuVe.' from the standpoint of shorteningthe ; grown within a few miles of the city ,
opposite corners of the pergola In arranging the ground every department will decorate their stores and distance to south Florida points. I and as they were dug irrJanuary they
booths have been built ,to better accommodate of the fair has been given offices and residents will show their The fair management will 'operatethe Chairman Scott inquired of the coun- in no way interfered with .the spring

'the displays of citrus spacious accommodations with the colors. In fact everyone will fly the jitney service to the fair grounds ty commissioners if they would re- planting.: This exhibit will be arrang- ..;
fruits and an unique Irish potato 'X- thought in mind that the develop stars and stripes with the flags of next week for a uniform price of 15 lease 'the road maintenance fund ei in a booth in the main exposition 'f
hibit. ment of the county is but just begun' our alies. tents one way or 25 cents for round- which is procured from the automobile building along with specimens of the ",
Another section of thr rotund- will and that it is even now entering a Professional' Decorator Stewart, trip ticket. Necessary license will be licenses and allow it to be diverted machinery used 10 i producing this

contain the art specimens and still period of wonderful growth and pros- representing the Lewis Decorating provided for those who will; run, their to this purpose in Case the crop. There will be a seed cutter, a 'j
another section, the domestic silence perity. Company of Tampa, will be In chargeof cars. For further information applyto state department would supply the fertilizer, cultivator and digger.
and canning club work. the work and will Jiang a twelve- Secretary A. E. Thomas. remaining amount of the $17,000 ask- County Demonstration Agent B. E. ;
One half of the east wing will display The University of Florida will be foot' flag display from every tele- ed for Evans has collected photographs of .".
the work done by the Osceola represented'at the fair by & ten-foot phone and telegraph pole between the Another'' carload of crushed shell J. S. Cadel represented the board, these machines in actual operation .If!.

county school children and the other' display of cotton, corn and peanuts.The Waters &: Carson Grocery company'scorner has been received and work is continued saying 'that as far as possible they and will have these on dirplar at.the '.
half, the exquisite needlecraft of the! I exhibit will be in clvrge of. two and the railroad crossing on oh the a+reei leading to the fair 'were not only willing but glad to util- booth along-with any. information the> t1

ladies. I experts. Broadway. That will make three or grounds.- ize--the 'fund. In:>1.that_ -..manner_- .,.and__ex- potato- growers may desire. 'j.... t


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TWO THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1918

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PERUNA
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COOK YOUR I let Park Catarrh
YOU Mr. William -H IVnnjr
NEWS AND NOTES OK THE "WONDER: CITY" II A-ve., SprtngtteW, Olil', writes: j
"I find great. pl... re In writing For Years
FOOD-WHY NOT I JAMES MILES, MANAGER you and thanking you for what Pe- 'sl r .
1 I rana has already done for catarrh me. for I Can J NoW d.
with
troubled
have been
TOBACCO? i i The ., (' 'ana I birthday at 2 p. m. at the Moose i years, and It had affected my' head. Eat 'and
YOUR Saturday," Feb. !9 I. at 2 A fine program will be ren nose. throat steepnwlh anyaeasl
President Kenney in the and a lunch with coffee will Ixt could not eat nor Sleep
ente sjnging "An1 rlclI.'" for ten cents, {faction. I r
taken three bottles. To MySatisfaction
Westcott. of the M. E, church "I have Just
Chaplain Song > Ladies' Aid and greatly!
'' anything am
sand Year by choir. a chicken noodle dinner ut, the can' eat most when
know what broiling relieved of nervousness, IH' that
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You land approved minutes on Lincoln's birthday apd the I I lie:, down I loan sleep' without the
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ing Home overnight. of *8.l: was cleared to lx used to all --
it
< toga trouble. I recommend '
least instil.
to steak, baking Thou who object to liquid
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and found.
Glen lost good cause < those who ara ufftr.rs of that dreadful Tsbl.te.
Song-"Polly, Wally, / II. I'ergppen! was a )iusine.",i diau.ti eatarrh. oinei. "an proeur pa."n ...
to bread.In '
potato-and toasting ,
thoir. at KUsimmce on Wednesday -. -

each case flavor is brought . Collection taken to Uia' ; ::\ ..J. II. DeGraw Lemuel' \ Wil- ff.:--B.:Crawford Lee Jarrell, S
$5 KJi and while the and iStlllwell. left Wednesday CRAWFORD & JARRELL J. W. THOMPSON _
out t jng 'JIll"Red. Comrade ,. ( 1 '
cooking-by "toasting.
by for the .Soldiers' Moms -it '
ATTORN: 'EYSATLAWOfflee
and Edith: llarrod tt the :
some sweet music.. !( City Tenn. .*:. 4, 5'; 6, and 7 Citizent !'Funeral Director
. So .can imagine how Janes, a tinier of Wm. H. Tun. .
.. you Business J being dillpl"r is here vil meeting was turned over, N.'' Y. Florida f ..
toasting improves the flavor Burch, who began? ) by a -.....--" ANDLICENSED

tobacco Song, by quartette New England Society .met ,!>n i
of the used in ,
l3urley) DR. W. W. CARSON V
Times Come Again No f Feb 12. at 2 p. m. in upper EMBALMER
Trio hy Comrades: H. hall, with President Adams DEN'TrST, I ,
the Lucky Strike Cigarette. und Goff, with Edith II a chair. Opening !song "Ameri Oficeaover Pilley' Building :I

., piano followed, by prayer by Chaplain OfTto )'(ours, S-II. 1-I .Store and, Chapel, Stewart. An.Lstmee. .
TWO selections on Minutes of previous meet- OSM. 'Ph-in its K nd.nc. 'Phon alt; -
IT'S TOASTED Andrist' and 1'. Panders were read and 'approved,. by the: (J.. Administered far 'Extraction t [ ., FlL: ,
'
deon, Mrs. Mary Doughty The Teeth .

Count Kecitation'But One'by,"Golda and (for. : Kpple.' report Reports was of than committees read by ;.....".'---c.---. . .-..-...-.--."--. }{....J---A....--.-..-.'..e,.....:.%..'..........<..:'<:'-:_rter:........_:_:-;..:'"."....:-0----"- ' Cr...h'........01,

Was the Cat's! I Fault" heard: a motion wan,'iniuli', .! and I + :::
i Music on ,violin and >d to have the ,.picnic'cm. March : ;:.
rades Worrell and Jones. Old St. Address by Pudge (' own lunch Mrs Danwl Hur- ;
diana was appointed to see about' con I. Tax Notice
Music nit. banjo and han to take the picnickers to I 1.1 1.
tell and Jones. from Old :St::; Cloud,: Remarks : .
"' ,+tkttiwdel", ; iwj'r. ;; /FMidd'n"eiBaM1 1 t1 1 ri.r; od" ; . I ., ,.. ., ,,, ,.,, .. ,rLetriJlt.Srw.rrl7arh4r'7i'r. ,
.w'Aon !:'s'tsyr'rUertsttori|, m tJter g'ossLafMthtadrdaalagd'df\ ."..."--"---' -...,'-" "".",r '_ .t', : I '

Song .."Star Spangled The- nieetjn was then ; :r. ,. ----'-_ ... .7.. _..... ... .
Adjourned to meet over to Comrade Cufrtjr i'ti' ) .. -
: ..,' ; 16th. of the social hour. ' :::
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1918
KISSIMMEE FLA Feb. 4
selection were :iv1tH1.. the II :
; 'J rUCu The Ohio association by Comrade Burch, aCI>ompjn<-
a t Wildwood Park on by .:11 rs. Butler on the pitno; I f x
Mrs Wm K. Lamport tation. "Bunly Jirh,' \by Pre+i- I Nqtice is hereby given that the 4
:
Bend, Ind? arrived this Adams -
count of the illness of her "Mari.i: Just Ilorac Pram'
:Morey: who has been School," by .Mrs. Went. t. tax, books of Osceola County t
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10st winter here. They left '
morning for Jacksonville.II. ,\. c on the!! iitiordoon by Mr Din Y'
C. Van Dusen and : accompanied with (hj( liort. (t l hy i for the collection of the 1917 ,
spent Wednesday.. evening \ Sill .....
of :\lr.l1l1d Mrs. (:. K. ,' "Hip Uniur," !hv P P .
:New-; York avenue ,, I taxes will close promptly on :
.
Dr C. 1. Johnson of I 1 "\Vh\ Should the nr ra, :'
hiH been, ut the home of A. .. "tnl lie, Ti lid I ," ,Iw Mrs :MJ,,- I
for the punt week April first. All taxes not paid
.i'k i :Mm i ameN l and I :: .10. "The 1 King of the fiirost Am'I
Pullet.Mr '. I 1 l Ioy ("om"'11.1., N 11. ., :. and Mrs "'/Ifl' ' j sung "The I Little. Bronze: ftiitf'>n by that date will be subject to ::1: a'
ranteed byr. Ki mmmee' were the '\ : ', New Hnuliin II. C. Vanllusen at the St 'M," by Mrs, Grace Cooper.' t
/' on Lincoln's bnthdav.Mr . on tile violin by (intrude all costs. :!i.:.
Mra : of 'roniMnicd by Mrx. littler rf
(/ : and Brown '.'' a< .
K I.. and II. C. Van Dusen: piano. .
INe OOpOIAT.OStrengthen Orlando on Thursday.. to I inR" I.y11'11.) Knapp on "W# al '' C. L.' BANDY :E .
fair. llaa Already A<5conipii\ hed." i"i
L.ila: !Morfipr and ',) hy singing' 1' (lIr''Spanarled
JIm : '
Tax Collector of Ofceola :
__ County i
'. h colt attended( the fair -it ." : I :
Wednendav i ('\t meeting second Tuesday in I t. ;:1;,
Miss i Kd\the Jenness ; : t

ev for the ,service (flag and birthday 'Wni' ':-:-: .:-:-:..:": ':-:-:-:-:-:":-:-:-:-:-":-:.':-:" :":-:x-:-x-:-:. :..:..:":-:+:-:":..:..:.::-:-:..:-:..:-:-:-:..:.
plated on it for all the \' \ .fittll1lly .. .
America"Camouflage' --- . . ..
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gone to the front from St on Tuesday morning when :: -- -
J, .1, !McKenzie, Mr G. ''A K. Post and I ;oil patriotn: I '
neicc and other fiienda i .. met at the G. A. R. hall .':-:":-:-:-.": :-:"' -:-:-:-'.-:-:":'<":-:-:-:" :-:-:'-:":-':":":-:'':.':-:-:":":-:-:-:-:":-:"X"K""X': : : **
by auto for Deer Park and I nil formed in line and marched :- "
Mr. and Mrs Wolfe Eleventh street ti Florida ave. I
i Wooden Mr. and Mrs. moutlisi"n'n! j I where dl the school children fell
and Mrs. Jean Dr. and and marched on Florida, ave: $ We are Now Producing :|!: (:
Mr., and Mrs. I. N. to Tenth street, up Tenth street '
Mrs. Wm. Phipps Mr: Grove Park, where the fol, , .I ,. <
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Krank, Shannon ;',Mrs4; I"n' ;;;program ..vus fc enjoyed 1 ' ;
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.tAr" ," \
IW''J'>!I. : "l1'J .tsifllr.'t i ; \ ;
'and *, ofj people! ,'.. :,.{.... .. ',"Y ':kl-l'1WI\j "; ;
Uigg | fo t tfif13
: : Coat8iMes8rs; { I..._{ft w,;>/jf.\{ ,\" ,' ;' I r r ,I. ,;r ;t 1'I'; \ r'jr'1 '::1.1'f., '
Pool I''emcover ion Libbe 's tothe altlb h 10 r.,.. !; ; '',' ; ,+ f '.(, , ; " ,>: ,,1'1 ,fl : {JilI'
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-- :'1'I Plcnickedi"at, ollowediby I 1111 singing r "io !; (,\ ',' 1\\", I\\ t t 't'!{.! '
",,,,, ".. . ,,,.\41i: >#I.1i'' X d\\I!, 'S " ," ''h, 'P,("! *'M,
the "Invo d h < (.
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I, ''it; '. rl''''' '''''''' 'I" '" "' ,w.t"1\1\ : .."' Dates, of ; .nr.Wilbur-" ...,"'... ,. I '' '' ," "
thing is the guest this week of blessing; "
the real that the of this
up t : meaning '
by St. Cloud h
Daniels on Maryland ,
French wcfrd made popular by war-time practices. Mrs. Blair and sons, on Lincoln by Comrad&Catll' : Victory Butter-Nut j
On the field of battle they make a'soldier' tent look George, of Wisconsin Bower then gave' Lin

1 like a bush, or a big gun like a stone fence-.to that Saturday and Sunday at Gettysburg address
the life of Lincoln *
the "enemy aviators" will be deceived. Comrade Fisher had a on by
weeks ago at his borne on Reagan. ;
and has been by Rev. Riggs, after which
avenue
The"wets": are usitig "Camouflage" methodsto of. Mra. Martha Brown. d in "singing the ":::;tar Span- Bread .
The Elsie P. McElroy Banner. _
the real facts. about the saloon.
cover up .will. (give a war social on by 1>1', Wilbur. 'I

They are telling their story in Alice-in-Wonderland HOURS BRYAN APPOINTED
fashion"yes"means "no"and "no"means, "yes." ONLY TEN ; I
DELEGATE BY GOVERNOR
For example-some of their speakers say that prohibition t FREEZING IN

f doesn't prohibit-while others are telling us that it prohibitstoo January' is pone,-and; N. C. Bryan KiHSimmee, FI...
much. is ories brr-brr-brrh 1 Sir: It affords me pleasure
-
I With one breath they declare that if you close the saloons You probably realized Weevil you Convention a delegate, to to be the held Pink in i REED BAKING COMPANY I

workingmen will LOSE their jobs-and with the next they cold, but didn't know Mississippi, February 16, ?.
excitedly inform us, that if you close the saloons workingmen 1912 is the only month !

will THROW UP ''their jobs. I C;NAt ; colder that you may be able to( at- oo----. : ;..D.... ... ._.. .. __ .. .;
that had a average. this (convention and am sorry : :-:-:+: :-:-:-: :-> : : :-:-: : : :-: : :-:-: : :-: .-. ;.
one time they tell us that it requires 300.000 farmers, to There were only 10 there are no funds in the state -

raise the grain products that are used in the manufacture month on which the to defray the expense of X"O+:- ; :-:. <----.o--: : : :. 0 0 t
of booze, and when everybody is shouting that we need these above freezing, according therefore, each delegate will t I

farmers to raise crops for food supplies the "wets"grin ft. Conger, U, S. to hear his own expcnsim T Stout Lumber Co. |
sheepishly and say that they were just jollying us about ,that The 1 n\enige temperature J: Yours SIDNEY very, truly J. CAT'l'R.Govern,
.
"300,000 farmer busin' ss"H that there aren't nearly as many leurees above. The ) : {)... 'r' SUCCESSORS TO MAY.STOUT LUMBER CO f
above Jan <41;, 1
on
degrees
farmers growing food supplies that go into the making' of ovvest was recorded on ll1 < i DEALERS IN

booze. ic-lovv This was the A. HO'.DS ANNUAL 3;: Yellow Pine and Cypress Lumber.
A little while ago "uet"orators insisted that farmers are experienced in Detroit sm< ; MEETING AT ORLANDO Novelty
paid $200.000.000, for the food-products used in making The total snowfall wan> 1 i f Works itt Connection. .
7J:! inches lI1.othe \' annual the A, P. A.
booze but when f Hoo\er got busy on the food coirervation meeting of :
Iwo: days, Jan <> and 7, was held in the Sm fuan ;i It is our pleasure to give you estimates at all times.
job, the $200.000,000 suddenly dwindled, to something like lOverv day of the month at Orlando on Feb. 12!, when :: 'Courteous ,
t Attention and ;
"thirty cents. ground. covered with I< following officers were elected : Prompt Delivery.
"i'.r
west! winds prevaile-d, and : ,- S. 1) Hnrduwuy of Or- Phone 21"
: KUaimmee Fla.ColdStorage .
fill miles ,
est velocity :
'They 1 can't get us l both "coming" and "going'the curred on the 12th,- ,. ( : ) ,'" President, W. P. Genovar of oCr 0 0 ,,<6 0 4too. t. -:-:-:-:":-:":-:-:-:-:..:-:,,:.-:..:.-:-:..:..:-:-)*.:..-:-:-:-:..
liquor men lied cither one time or the other -the. Observer '.
chances are they lied both times. ------ organizer, 15. C. Mopn[ of
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CASCAEETS" : '} illite ... .ttto..tt..o..oo.o.o :-:

How long arc you going to let them get away WHILK ,' .., \\'. \VOOIWMt'1. of ? .

t' with this "camouflage" stuff? Watch out.. arid treasurer, H D, I for Fresh Meats
For Sick Headache' pour! of Kmsimmce
,they are fooling you Sluggish Liver and I : 'mlnr), of \the exeiu'lve hoar fur '
: Eggs Vegetables Etc.
Take Cascareta years, G. ,Williams: Orlando: ; ,
Vote "dry" and help give the booze BroWn, DeLand. .>
next state meeting to !he. held STORAGE RATES ON: MEATS:
business. a "solar-plexus" blow., Furred Tongue, Bad onvil1e.
If believe that the traffic in alcohol does, more harm tion Sallow Skin: and Mi.... meeting was well attended and Quarter f',B"f ___.____%c lb. Meat leFt >D Storage and

; you than good-help stop itl! clogged aohe como bowels from, which a cause torpid ; members'. work. well pleased. with the Whole Hogs ___.__-____%c lb. cut as used _______? Ie lb.

ach to become filled with agreed to try and raise more
food, which tour and to help win this terrible war. Curing; Pork ready for smoking, 1 1-2c. per pound,

.J Strengthen America Campaign bage step to in'a untold awill misery barrel.- M. D. Alexander, Sec.-Treas.: Curing and Smoking, 2c per ,pound.: ,


(This advertisement' was prepared by Charles Stelzle and furnished fears gases,, everything bad: breath,that;yellow\. Indirection Biliousness, Constipation or Bring us your, hogs the day they are killed. We will do ; i

us by J. W. Thompson) nauseating. A Oascaret I try one 50-cent' bottle of LAX-FOS the rest.
1 give your constipated bowels PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive
,'v cleansing and straighten pleasant to take. Made and -
morning. They work while to the public by Paris Medi : ICE & COLD
10-cent box from ;your Co..manufacturers of Laxative Bromo 7KISSIMMEE STORAGE: CO. : :

..iGet< Your Job Printing From the. Valley Gazette keep o you feeling good for and Groves Tasteless chill Tonic. .. . . ..040..0..0. . . ...




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-:: "THE KISSIMMEE ,VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15. 1918. THREE

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-vw WBTTWWWWW w IT I w 1 V 1 WT. V 10' 10' Porter, Mrs. G. C. Livingston! Mrs.D. t------ ----4
G. Wagner, Miss Ethel Kirkby, RECEPTION AT '
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We Have Secured
J. S. Cade! S. H, DeGroot HART MEMORIAL for
Mrs Mrs. ,
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$ Society Mrs. A. M. Train Miss Anna Bowlby, Our Customers During;
Mrs. S. ))one&l1n. The pretty Hart Memorial, wn the c ci
scene of a pleasant! social event Tues

. ",''r. (Mrs. E. E. Well. Editor.) day evening given for when winter a public visitors.reception Mbs i'
11 I SUNDAY SCHOOL was FAIR WEEK ;
l CLASS GIVES SHOWER 1 Ethel Wilder was hostess for the evening '
Request t it made to all patron of the Valley Gazette 'to tend items and graciously ,received the ,

.f Society Event So die Editor for publication in these col....... Mrs. Roy Starbird, nee Miss Ethel guests.A musical program wus rendered? I
Lee, was the honoree at a delightful including these numbers: 'I a specially choice line of Florida and '
social event afternoon when '
\ .OIOI'IOID'D'DIO'O'OIOIO"'O'OIOlo' 'OIOIOI'I'IOIO. the Sunday school Saturday class of the Methodist Piano solo, Miss Lucy Buckles. Western Beef, Pork, Mutton and Veal. \,
Piano solo, Mrs. A, M. Fraln.:
\' church gave a, miscellaneous Vocal soK Miss Inez'' We will also be able to
(WRITTEN FOR LAST WEEK'S ISSUE) shower at the home of Mrs. S. H, Bullock Canon. supply you
Violin solo, 'Miss Ouida Malloy.
on Clyde avenue Vocal solo Miss', Vivyen Briggs with fine Dressed Poultry, Canned
T RECEPTION } ,AND j jtMltS. !WORK OF LOCAL',RED CROSS The spacious rooms were attractively Informal talks
l. were the order of
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COLEMAN decorated with ferns and Goods Pickles etc. _
.. ---T the evening. C. A. Carson, who U -: -:- :-
HMw *a mB* IB MM M arranged for
Kissimmee Cross A
Work at,the Red palms. program was always favorite made
a speaker, a
The informa reception given Fri headquarters goes steadily on and the early part of the afternoon when brief talk
and
that Cash
suggested Basis After
n cen March
day night at the home of Mr.: and the January shipment of hospital car Miss Margaret Stanford' gave an entertaining sus be taken of the 1st
to
Mrs.: 11. Clay Stanford in honor of ments was sent in on the 22nd. The reading; Miss Inez Carson ,,. how meeting ascertain
,i the new pastor of the Christian' invoice received from the distributing rendered a vocal solo and Misses Helen ed in the many audience.states This were represent showed Beginning March 1st we have decide
church Rev. W. H.,Coleman, and his station atT Jacksonville carried' these Bass and Lilian Prentis played a Iii census "
,i. .,), wife, was largely attended by the words of commendation: "beautifully piano duet. I states.representatives' from seventeen ed to run our business on a strictly

members of that denomination and done." Mrs...Starbird was then given a ball cash basis, which will enable us to .
their friends. The pastors of most of These< garments are received at the with a string attached and told to + +
/ churches'in the city were present rooms from the Atlanta headquartersand wind up. the string. The carrying out j_ FOR OUT-OF-TOWN GUEST give our customers ,lower prices ,and
LT ",. to welcome their co-'worker to the ready cut. This ,insures a of this,instruction was. attended with 1
.<< community uniformity are of garments: from different difficulties, for the string lead her Miss Ethel Wilder was a charming bettenservice.TtfE -:- -:- -:- -:-

A program of unusual interest was localities and is a great,saving of from room to room, out the window, hostess Wednesday afternoon entertaining
arranged fort the evening including labor on the part of the local workers through clumps of bamboo and with an afternoon tea at her C'ITY"MAR.K'ET
these readings and musical numbers; The regular monthly shipment of shrubs then beck to the house. At home on Mabbette street in honor of
Pano solo, '"The Butterflies," (La-, garments, by this organization short ,intervals\ interesting looking her attractive guest Miss Lena
vallee) Miss Zaida Lee. is 36 bed pledged shirts and 36 ,pairs of packages were attached to the airing Phelps of Troy, Ala" -
, \' ',' Heading, Little Jane May., pajamas with numbers of 'small ar and removing the dainty wrappings The event was informal and a number .
Encore, "My Shadow." tides and inspecting the contents ocruoied of the guests knitted as they talk. brought the total up to $40.
Mandolin, "She Walked Within the > the remainder oif :the afternoon. The ed. Miss Briggs sang two beautiful BRIGHT OUTLOOK FOR A .Young Woman's Missionary IIG'o
Garden Cloned," (Gaul), Waiter' Lee, Wednesday will be knitting day i for gifts proved to" be handsome linens, vocal selections. ciety has been organized with sixteen: .
,with Miss Lee at the piano. Encore, the Red Cross and for greater con cut glass, 'silver and hand decorated At the conclusion of the afternoona members, during the past month.
Havana" (Iendis). venience the material. will be kept at china. delicious 'salad course, with sand. METHODIST CHURCH The attendance _at every church
Reading, Mis. Cornelia:! Lancaster. headquarters instead of at the Hart Misses Violet Bullock and Edna wiches tea and wafers were Served. service is steadily increasing and every '
Violin solo, "King Lear and Cor Memorial, as has been the custom.On Schweikart served ,delicious home Those enjoying this pleasant were department: is being actively sup*,,
. delia," (Henry Parker Mrs. S. H. that day anyone may receive directions ported.
,
) made cake and ice cream. Misses! Lucy Buckles; Ella Mae Gilbert : the Methodist church of Kis-
Bullock, with Miss Lee, accompanist. in knitting if they so desire. invited Mrs. Stare Ouida That
Inez
The guests were Malloy, Carson, Viv.
i .sue.Vacate"dgty; .t. Every member of Company B at Ethel Rober simmee is entering one of the most Burt Smith: 22 years ,ld, of Fort
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Misses
ndo
;- m-11"11T.m.? ; '' 17h; a( QIi \ yen Rriggs, Elsie Hothan Jessie Lee is II.
I .. A-xatoref Mr": and Mrs: J. Oliver Unson. 'Camp] Wtleetei'avbeen"suppliedwithsweaters Sb1TT\' T f H s87J'OIIl""f4tbryj'll'LtliAft'Prentis ; !' Dist'kmen,fGreco?1N.11J"1I"H..u"'y. ''W1th useful years in its history evident, Drum, came to town this week'! for 11
.
---- ( and are asking for! wristlets, f>rthr"de'fJ-"oint takltl"im: ".sOM the-flrst tim 4>r-his Iife..Smith.t..tQ.o5 -
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'WhiSpering-Hope. ] Inez.Carson, Margaret and erspoon'and. Sam Lupfer Jr. ; fig?.. *"t
Mrs. ,
of *
I Reading, Miss Gertrude McKay. : helmets and "socks? Mettle 'Stanford, Norma Griffin, Edna . tivities and the steady growth. every played by Lee and Elam on their cat- I '
Mandolin solo, "I 1 Know," (Pross) Recently a Kissimmee mother re- Schwerikart, Gladys Casler, Nettie department. tie ranch.and'came up to carry down
+
for the first month of
Walter I Leo. 'I ce-i\ed a )etter from her son tellingof Newton, Clanbel McGhee, Mrs. J. L. DINNER AT C(>UXTUCI.t! [ The report some horses to the ranch. lie spent
Voice "Somewhere a Voice Is Calling one cold night at Camp Wheeler Ovcrstreet, Mrs. H. M. Pfann and + 4. the near shows that that nearly $800 was the night in Kissimmee and saw
," Mrs. C. F. Burrows Encore, when Company B was on guard. Ha Mrs. J. M. Lee. Harry A. Hunter was a genial collected during period. An moving pictures and electric lights
"I-ongmg," '(Carrie Jacob Bond). loaned a comrade on duty his helmet host at: a pleasant dinner party givenat "every made when member"members canvass of the has financial been for the first time.
Piano solo, "Hungarian Dance," and later was obliged to be exposedto 1 the Country Club Tuesdav night in
+ board visited member of the
.. (Bruha mil), Miss\ Ixo. ( the weather for fifteen minutes I.I_ MEET I honor of Mr. and :Mrs J. Oliver Bri- every Drives Out Malaria Build Up System
COUNCIL
M. E. S. S. church and sufficient funds t
.
So charmed was the audience with I and came in with a frosted eats This .. son of Kansas Oity, Mo., who are were The Old ft t nd rd rodent trrnrlhroia. tonic
+ promised to meet the financial demands GROVE'S TA3TBLKSS chill TUNze.dri.e.ouacif.l.ri.enrtche.theblood.odbulld.uplbeses.<
the program that insistent request shows the need of these knitted comfort The meeting of the council of the guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. -
I of the church for the
were made for encores. Mus Zaidu ?. 0' M. E. Sunday school was held at ,the Livingston. Dr.>.J. I D. Sibert. who is year of tern. A true tonic. For adult end children, too ,
1-- Lee graciously re..pondl'dth Urn- The Red Cross!' needs a knitting machine home of the superintendent, J. L. Plates were laid for Mr. Hunter, the church for this is pastor not only
ham's I> Miss Mc attended his sister' Mrs. Summerville, Mr. year GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS"TO ,
"Hungarian Rance for socks and sweaters.! Overstreet, last'week, by and a strong, forceful speaker, but is a j
Kay recited 1 IWe "s' "That Old Sweetheart I The Red! Cross needs more ,,(sewing the officers and teachers of the school !Mrs. Brison, Lieut. and Mrs. Watson, man of great personality and one whois CONSTIPATED CHILD I
of Mine," Mr and Mrs Hmon!' machines. I and the advisory board. Mrs. Potter and her niece. Miss Far- able to bring about a hearty cooperation -
of Kansas City Mo., are talented i I The Red Cross nl'eds'more workersat The evening was spent in planning rell.Iiss!I Lorna Summerville, Mr. between the pastor and his
singers and the exquisite harmony of the rooms. work for the coming year and was and Mrs. G. C. Livingston. Dr. Mc- congregation. Dsllclous "Fruit Laxatlv cant harm.
thoir perfectly modulated voices; The work will go on and the full concluded with refreshments of Connell of New York City, Kennth During the month the attendance tender llttl'Stomach. Liver I
showed them to be real artist*. They quota will be made up but unless home-made cake and chocolate. McPherson and J. I D. Clark. afr the weekly prayer meetings has and Bowel..
responded with a series of Southern more women will spend' some time at Following the dinner Mr. and Mrs. more than doubled. Meetings have I
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melodies the rooms the burden will fall heavilyon Brison were prevailed Upon to sing,: been led by the Men's Bible The ladies of the Christian church the faithful few. Every womanin I I FULECHEE CAMPFIRE GIRLS and rendered a number' of beautiful choir, the Baraca" class' and will con II coated,' your little one's stomach, liver iF
were hostesses for theevening and the city in asked to come any dayit duets.. tinue under the direction of the. Wo and bowels need cleansing at
served 1 fruit punch and wafers from suits her best The Fulechee Campfire Girls were 1 men's Bible class, the Junior League, I, When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't once. I
the daintily uppoin4 d dining table. The work of making!' the layettes entertained by Miss Dorothy ,Wells II I King's Daughters class and the boardof
They were assisted by Mrs. S. H. Bullock for the refugee-babies of Belgium'and Saturday afternoon at her home on I}W. C. T, U. SEW FOR SOLDIERS I stewards, and one meeting will be sleep Uh stomach, eat! or act naturally', or Is, fever. ,
breath bad has
sour
and Mrs. Fred Gilbert. France_can IKS taken to'thfr\ homes of !Mabbette street. Regular business 4- 1 led by visitors in the city. ; IOrQtbroa.t
Besides having a jolly ,afternoon, diarrhoea, full of cold,
give
. the hours and a
the workers. The beobtained routine occupied re. Dr.
Sibert
patterns can Designated the first Sun
the ladies.of the W. C. T. U. and their teaspoonful of "California of
I ROYAL NEIGHBORS I at the headquarters, but it freshments of and ice cream day in "Tourist Syrup
popcorn February as Day"and "
+ + friends had a busy one 'working for Figs, and io a few hours all the foul,
is desirable that the material lie furnished were served. the
morning (service was given .
oonstipaled
the soldiers Friday at )Irs. II. W.Morrow's waste, undigested food and
Mrs. E. E. Wells entertained the by those who are making theoiitfits Present at the meeting were Misses over to the winter visitors in the city. sour bile
home. Much\ was accomplished. gently moves out of Its little
Neighbor lodge I Luis Overstreet, Gladys Griffin, Mu- L. A. Hamilton delivered fine address
Royal Monday evening a bowels without and p
at a social meeting, The eveningwas I I I At the surgical dressings",, rooms I'I II 'riel Prentis, Mary Singletary, Lillian tinued.. These meetings will be con i on the subject of missions. The well, playful child griping again., you Ask have a j: .

spent informally and was concluded I another box of supplies is almost' Harris Jeanette Prevatt, Mrs. J. W.Prentis. collection taken at that service for a bottle of "California 10111'druggwt.
with tea and cake. I|I ready for shipment. The workers j) Mrs. W. J. Flipp and Mrs.E cards the Valley amounted to $27. Other collections Syrup of Figs," which contain full
Mrs. Sarah Prevatt will be hcts I who registered ,there last week are: E. Wells. Mrs Fripp will be hostess Visiting printed by taken for missions in the various departments direction for babies children of all age
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Feb. 1 S. Mint. Mildred Turville, Miss Marion''' at the next meeting. Gazette Job Department. of the church that day and for grown-up,
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and Work Pants, Boys' 'Suits, big line Boys' Pants, Suspenders and Belts, Men's and Boy's _ ;


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TOUR THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 15 1918
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: THE FAIR + rests on :Mr. WilsonHo t Id -flow the by the Audience. A tilting vote of 1 Ptcrlunnn' pulill-l oj i .d..,1.." )h" d.. ,. 11. ,,1 pI> ..d, VII under' gOodclf nce J .r.: '
KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE intervening h .d f08'. t Tells about 11"t.'" >i i HULLln 1 I . , a, 10...u." 1 It.l"ut.11I..t, \ i'UtHld' city to
cred the thanks tendered Mr. Woodbe'kfor ,, '
The second year", of the Ofccola' l years was r. IMIUHIJF. i Itiuifi,: ,1"' "" t'e! ,,,.\, "",d r'.Il-hh.h"I., Good
County Fair and Poultry Show marks principles of liberty. He referred to the use of the room and the memo Inn, twf.c n m.ii.' h ;"i ''":" '"'' y' ,' nand '''I1"II..n, .if ,lulci,( "> 1,,i Cuba and to the time.when of the three years fur Si "'aIV( l Ii "t''" I 2 ", KUMmliiee, '
hers their! IION
I in the thUnit post adjourned to .-I, ,Ur I ,D'I '. awn'I' i .
I'.klUhrd K Frid.r.0t1N further development progressof fal'ml"opH, .
rjr ed States said the where g"-in-rnJ. | _ 1-tr ::
: atrocities 'practic hall they passed the following .. ln 1'1. _
IB Waller .Mil* Halldlre. the county. It finds the association .elate' wilt t < _>_ __ __ -- !
I ed there in the name of the 'government resolutions: -= = : j
KI..liM.ee.W. FI..I. I in .a much stronger financial con- .--1 ,# .
dition than it was last year and a must BtoOf the terse. message -. Headquarters Gen O. O. (Howard Post ," J'1' .
B. HAHHIS ..p E. (i. VAN: AUKW wider spread of interesthas been sent tj the American fleet at No 36, G. A. R., Dept. of Fla. j. ,..."/;; "
ttvrmrrm I manifested throughout the county in Manila "Find the Spanish fleet end It i ill hereby resolved that the entire .,..'"''.'\\1;:, ',"'

hi....... .. -"' No. 11 the success of the enterprise. This is destroy itHe then spoke of the' comrades and visiting comrades of
I-- m in due to the unremitting present conflict saying "Americansare above post as well as the entire membership -
.........1..1... He/N/ a great the part fair officials last new in the renchos in France I of the Ladies Circle, extend
One Copy. One Tear___.____ _____.lt.e0 I which efforts has of been followed the year, and. I have faith that they will startle a vote of thanks to lion. C. A. Carson
by same
On.-Copy, Six :.Ion.h.u. __ ___ 1..0. .
u the world with their nchi work this backedby
One Cop), Three ,Month.------ 76 painstaking year, .
the co-operation of the people lie spoke of President Wilson's] po- kindness in delivering the memorial ,.:
All commiinlcmi except> from our The spirit of the fair seems to have I si\ion, with the allied nations;. how he address at the Casino .on Lincoln't '.
authorized corrvupundeiitu! must. be' fully possessed the community with is looked up to as a spokesman and birthday wishing: them both a great I.1 I.\
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iKiifd by I the writer guide. In Lincoln's day the muny birthdaY L
Rejected mnller .Will .not be returned a Ken.se of responsibility in the com countrywas .
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unless tailed for. pleto success of the undertaking and divided by parties' and by sections F. A. Lincoh
| but now there is but one issue J. II. Eby
it j is expected: that a wide and lasting' ,
.E""r.lln the I'ostnflco.t'Klselm'Pe He quoted a leader of the Republican John Kelley
KlorUlH. a. seeond-t laaa nailer) leiu-IH will recur as a result of
the labor that has been expended to party as dedarinl.It/ there is a dif- Committee.

FEBRUARY IS, 1918 make it a success. ference in the. principles of the parties -
The Valley iazetta!: has always i this no time to exploit it, we
taken the keenest interest in the fair/ ,should stand' behind 'the Presidept to Classified Advertisements ,

It Is thought things} will work more and will now go on record as predicting I Twin' the war," .t. : "

.moothly for "Floridsrwhen; she .reaps that the second fair.will be a Mr. Carson said the sinking of the LlltUTIIKIt! ,Nature provides anlldntir

the harvest of: the 40,000 aces of ter and larger exhibition than Tuscan, when more than a hundred for nil pols". ",,. Uunil", brutes 'nrulvi'ii <, Cash
Groceryand
castor bean she proposes' planting, firbt one and one that will 'loet-I American }lives were lost was thestrongest lli. Instinct'' to nnil'. th-ni. Floyd's
I I'revldratlsilly, have found Nature'santidote
_, single blow not for the t ,
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-- -w---- greater number\ of people to the for tobacco poison plt.H4.
The legal fratcrnityris'aecustomeI! grounds Germans but against. them for the! lint root easily and .lnexp.*nHlv 'l>' '
I grim reality of the situation overcomes form of tobacco (r
to haying brick-bats fired in! their direction J was any 01
RROLL' brought home as ,nothing else could snub h..bll.'h)' sorter the Injnrjunit '
but it is not often bouquet HON OF GOLF CLUBTrie Market
: i-xiwrifte of t< lin<'co? list se's
is presented to them from. the. chief bring it, "The:! .Americans" can fight, your. ndd... .... ui.il theyiJ3 fight; he said. a-I ...
executive of the Irtatf'(0 '. Kissimmee (;011'cJuu.. is havingan "
In.closing! : .lie said "At this critical '
honor roll which 1
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Students at C'6Iurn'l.In." university i placed in ).ho' club ,house will'be'I| hour I wish to commend 'to the peoplefor ,Felt flnlK4iil SAI.n.-.rt'HiiHw,,"' ,check ndrt BlJU. Cloaki trimmed, un- . Our Motto:' .. r .'.. sMr: ,...

earned $283,000 during the year of will lie in 'the nature of a scroll and 'ca'rc.ful'IItudy the virtues tnd 30 't',iMt, laut isiiI''ttP. _9-2d .QUALlTY..PRlcSERVICE.: ' 'j',;:.'."':''f,1:';'''
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1916-17 in .2"J positions running will decorated with military figure achievements"of the. Honorable Abraham .SI'KCIAL I'AItIAIN-10<< acres ktruKixxl ; ., . IE

from office! work to artist models !. It will ..onta\n.the\ names'of Lincoln1. land just outside city llmltn W: SELL THE VERY BEST QUALITY GOODS AT THE VERY :, << .
entire !
coda clerks and blood Belling by the members of the club who are now The address was warmly received K-rootn house S porch. line shade ..
transfusion In action in the great war in which -by..the audience and the-fre" and part excellent fruits, $2750; terniii on . LOWEST' POSSIBLE PRICE AND DELIVER IT TO YOU \.

-* -i'i the United States and her allies are' quent applause. was general and AI.SII have SO noro Rood; land owned . PROMPTLY ANYWHERE t l.N THE CITY' I
A forrrier\ Kansas man, who has now engaged. The/ names are: hearty .!h)' non-rcHldt-nt./ Splendid fruit and .
.F. Vans Comrade J. L. Cameron, of Marys- rnilnK land; fO acres clcurpd; ...x.I1..t GIVE US A TRIAL ..
mixed castor beans successfully for Capt. Agnew I .. ..
ville, Ohio veteran of the <- fence; 4 rum hO". Imrn.
ycttirg, says they will prove one of the Lieut. II. W. Meiklejon war nllliK grove: clone to town $4""w. ,
made He ..
a splendid speech. began '
best fertilizing! agenciel) ever used .Mrs. Helena Meiklcjon.Kobert ] 0 very easy termn.KINH" '

. for young! citrus groves,' not 'only ettr I Hullock' soldiers with .a" who touching were allusion'seated immediately to the old C4f4.>
",:...1.:-= chi"r.t.hela"ct''b\tt'fJ', :: '. lttgl wa ilbeet ""'" :>:Or''''1,.'''.aw.rt'itce..r'nrr.-, ... rn i.I.a 1 25 per aero terms ;. .
pests- rapt. .K. C. 'Bryan.Cdpt. immaaiaafifKssc. : tn"1'ron of 'thq'staue; ;::-T hey;.wttr.e.he: s1- ,KN I MI 1 "".0'Arl""'.04x4,; No.( '2.Soakcd/Pcai aissKi'safiS''.i; dOt ;". .. ,(

; __ ___j .:*-_:.*___?--_ Lee'Jarrell < said. like a. few sturdy! trees left I ro okolinniio fur town property, Butter ___ __ .55'' No.2 While Label Dimpled ( ,; '
standing in a,, wind-swept forest. or A 1.1. KIN. I 1'101' of .KlorMn. MntnvH and Inv.Hlmrirtn n .
Potato growers their land of Osreola in county Lieut.. If. Woodham'al McCaughenK. the few sentinel stalks of corn.'"Half NELSON I It";iVY ('u. Swifts Lincoln Oleomargarine .30 : Pea -------------i.-' .18 .
lire getting shape pre- - ---
paratory to planting about Feb. 1st.More Raymond liearden I a review century down has passed Pennsylvania since that great FOR HENT-KitrnlnlK-d rooms or Swift Premium Oleomargarine .35 White Label' Mince Meat t __ .10 ,

general interest in the I fight Lieut. W. Makinson.: ( \VThe \ and but few of us are ]left. avenue n parhnenIs, ronvenl for Unlit-nt house hotmeloppliiK.Injnodvrn close. in.. .Oil gal. .15 French Mustard __ :.12 '
against the cattle tick has been ladies of the club -have voluiv- j Sirs 1-1 N..11.*. Heal 1-:statn. and In. uuunn uu.
"Those troublous times
shown in the last few months than teereil: 'to pr'pare'a service flag which the were sixties when the fabric preceding of- suntnt'c. 1)6) Mnlihelte St. Phone 242. Grits lb. _ __ hu____ .06 Lima Bean uu-. .17 '
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ever .b.-fore.-Sanford Herald._._] who will have have on answered it in star the number the Government our fathers had KOIt S\KK I; .ONR 1 KMKRSON': TVI'K- Meal Ib un_ _ __ __ 06 Navy Bean, lb. . _._ _ __ .18 , '
-- ------ the.nation'lI.. call \\ltlTKIt.: MnliKK TlllnJo'IK: : "
is heatless in this crisis. i wrought was pulling asunder. lie IIII.N.101 boon. AS NJ\\'. Apply Standard Meal Ib. .05 I Fresh Fla. Cabbage . .05
Monday a day Tuesday present. j I referred 1 to :Mr. Lincoln. when he took nil "Ullt'rnoll An-. If _ _ -
awheatless day, Wednesday a 'meatless -" ._ i the dffi'e of President, saying\ his onepUI'po Swift's Picnic Shoulders 1 . .28 Kellogg krumblt _' _. .10
day, Thursday, : sweet less day, Fully] 1,1(00cars( of celery: will be I I Ishipped e was to : the Government ; K' .., 1 H.M.K' tilt TltAliK.Sixroom: ...

and we suppose Friday will be converted from this county says the | of the United preserve States and quoted I'lioimi, iiflflt, ]flout and and Uumloliih hack.. ,itorclioH, 1 ilHl rtir. Vienna Sausage _.__ _ __ _L .10 National Oat . _- . .11 P

into an eatless day, Saturdaya :Manatee llanner i from, his speech, "With malice l towardnone ", liM'nx Rest. .hnrKain In KlHHlnitno Potted Meat _ .05 Mothers Oats - - - -- .11
payless day and Sunday-well: ; 1\ '.- H - .. I with chiiVity. for all, rind with Mul,,' ")0' an <.ffi'r CHni --u--u- '

man should tie left one day of the Someone predicts that if the warcontinues. the .single: purpose" to preserve; the Kol Tli<..iiniHon HM.K| 623.Modi-rn: I',-,11"1,1, l-roc.ni incnllc house 7-tftp., II Small Tuna Fish _ _ _ _ .10 Sliced Pineapple - - ..24'Round

t week in which to pay his money and I this will be a nuaplesa I Union.. cliiKi. In. all r.uvrnlenees. ... line neighIurhnud. cam Sardines .1212 No. 2 Grated Pineapple u_ .20
C take his "choice.-Fellsmere Tribune. wOI'I,1.Vould that 'time representthe :Mr. <'lIn1'ron'scid: "The war has j | ) |. Addr4>HH. cum m untentlno,a. - u "j .
The law prescribes ill most communities I millenjum for the .small boy, ? I done its work. It has cemented this ll
that Sunday "shall, be work in Prunes __ ____ _ -_ .17 N
_. country together a lasting union 1.011 \t.I.-I.llrp hr..IO\\'hll.' Leghornsettings Pure Apple Cider. Vinegar .1 I uu u ,., '.
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A very pretty picture printed in in bringing/ this 'about was permittedto fer 2,3 Verona St c-tfKOli bottle _ ___ _ u __ n 14 : Evaporated Peaches _:" .17

k the Kissimmee Valley Gazette last CELEBRATED sec only the dawning of this light. SAlvK--Aiicona eggs; for hatch- No. 5 White Karo Syrup ._. .50 I Evaporated Apple ___ _... .16
week showed one of the many flowing (Continued! from Page One) Scarcely 'hud the arms been laid down Inir. $1''f>0 for 15, Mao ono rnckfrclS2 Sour Pickles .12 ,. .
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wells near Kissimmee. Florida is and received in silence top General .tilt/ and a few hens at ".25 each COFFEE ::1 I '
very fortunate in being able .to. secure Lincoln's early life dwelling on the Grant .had said 'No cheering, these 0. "'. Krlbba. 7-4 ... Sweet Pickle .,_' .. ,.. .,14' " ',. \dh\ d'>"
Coffee .01\I -- -- -- ,
lack of opportunities cnd'of his rise. Pure Ground ... .
good water easily almost ---- - : ''j
brave menwhen the hand of the '
in the state. The driven wells'anywhere to the phtce of greatest. honor the nation are assassin robbed the South of her' best DWRI TIlllT MNQS for rent. Apply' to M Good Green Coffee ---- --. .18 ::1'Libby. Jelly _n" i.. ._ __:.. .14 \"\ I'

vary greatly in depth, but there are 'an bestow friend. Had he lived there would I Celery I Salt I ______ ________ .12 ;rD .'
He said: "With :Mr. Lincoln President Maxwell CoffeeFloyd' .30
few places in the stale where flow- --- ------
a have been no carpet-bag governmentand I-'OH SAM3 CHI AP-t intend (10 sell
of the Onion Salt I _ _ _ .12
ing well cannot be secured. The picture : United States war followed the bitterness which lingered for ....Ih of my ItuniralowB right awavIf Hobby Coffee .35 uun
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in the Gazette suggests that the .. whose issues were not slavery butiil nearly fifty years would have been' you write are Interested* about In them a real or bar-call Libby's Dill Pickles, can. .:. .18
strife. New England states gain t" m< Liplon's Yellow Label I .38
well is on a modern farm end is usecfor had tried the swept away." t>. ...>.. mi. The i t'urrlv residence l islocated - -- Walker 4a Hot Tamale I 1 0
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all purposes._Fla. Times-Union experiment keepingslaves Speaking of the present time when on Verona 'St., has two loto.IL Kellogg' Corn Flake.._ _ .12 I can.
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but found it
was unprofitableon nice Blx-roont cottage. large work ,
-- -- -<--- both sections' are standing shoulder to Brown Beauty Bean in
of the cold climate as well Vhop, good garage, nice lawn excellent .
RED CROSS GOLF TOURNA- as the growing sentiment against it, shoulder in defending the same principles flowing well. Trice Hunt.; The Skinner's Macaroni uu .10 I Gray can _ _ _ _ _ .15
he said: "If I was in the trenches lied lIunKalow. corner Mabhrtte und!
MENT EVERY SATURDAYMrs. and they were sold to the southernerso Skinners Spaghetti ____ .10 .
in France I wouldn't want any Hermtnla. new never occupied Rood : u. Durkee' Salad Dressing _u : .33
become their property. The slap built of beat'materials. Anyone
controversy lot
1 became better help than the southern soldiers Interested In either of theseproperties Large. size Egg Noodle .10 Green Seal Salad Dressing. .30 .
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S. H. Bullock, captain of the warmer. --- ,
and in the face of the enemy's fire the with real Intention to buy oJ
ladies' activities at the Golf club, announces "When Lincoln became president it old Rebel Yell would sound mighty can buy them low, below their value Ryzon Baking Powder u_ -33,' Kell"gg'* Biscuit,, package .13' '
there will be a Red Cross was not his idea I firmly believe to I would with and arrange any reasonable terms.Chas .r I" : ., .
good. the Union
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answer Pe'cheslHwq '
jfreejj.theslaves, with Tioga Sliced i ] Log'Cabin Syrup'' .25
s golf tournament every Saturday aft ; governmental cheer for these blended into I" .IIow.'I1.Ro. orange Ave.iOrlando .
ternon at 2 {o'clock. Admission v to D9wet'hj.: HojV would t ha ve. found --'some, one' with no note are of now discord." Kla '. :.1\ ',,. -tf. Syrup.???.. '"*ttI' 12 ADDle-v"/; .. .fl. .
the course for members'' club \legalrlghtj omeitjustlwayto4have, l ,/ / 1' ,' I, I .",' r fa. SsuCe.'JcaD ,10
of'thet ; At the conclusion of
the.address ox.SlieedPacbe
today' for free .am- 15 I '3 berry
FARMBTtS--8end a
JO cents for b1'oughtdthi abouUnfiHe i nevers Nonn Red
Afternoon; tea non-members,25jcents will be'served; atl the ( ) bo"as 'the"! president consempateddoing the. "Star. Spangled U nner",.ws sung .' pie,copy of the) FlorldaJo armer' ad Syrup,, ;!;r . ... .14 fBmgJfy;!i. Krdsey Baa" ..14
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Hamilton home at the conclusion of of the United States or by the arbi- I OyAer'Cocktail 1 Sauce' 20 ,
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._ ._ : : Large size Red Label I Peache .25
.....uramen+., wen un offering of trament of arms. A t t II" time of his I
ten cents will be made for the Red lection the slavery question was one Large Size Apricot ____ _ .25 ; Red Snapper Saute u _u__ .15

Cn... There will be no invitations to of restricting! its spread to greater Tabasco Sauce _ _ _ ,40No
but No. 2 Blue Ridge Pea _ _ .14 -
these tea, they ore informal and the territory! the secession of the

spectators who motor out to the club 'oufhern states from the Union on'a State Bankof 2 Ceznoya Pea -_.._ _ .18 :.I, No. 2 Lima Beans can _ _ ..15Floyd's
l to witness the tournaments are welcome declaration of states' rights precipitated -
t to attend.GOVERNMENT. the war, and the emancipationof
slaves was declared as a military .
REPRESEN. necessity. Mr. Lincoln was never ,
precipitate in his action He was Kissimmee
"f TAT1VE IS HERE great and wise and thoughtful. Whenhe Grocery & Market

studied a question carefully and

Hon. A. G. Pratt of the Treasury : prayerfully and made up his mind to The of the world
Department will) be hertj until tomorrow what was right not even the devils in eyes
evening for the purpose of I nell 'could] swerve him from his purpose -
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furnishing 'information to tax payers ,
and assisting them in the preparationof Mr. Carson spoke of I' men who led

their income tax returns.A the opposing forces in the awful are on the man who
married man. with wife living war. Both were born in the same

with him or woman with husband state almost in the same county. Jefferson FAIR 'w.
living with her, are required to makea Davis .moving to :Mississippi VISITORS
return if theip net income i is $2,000 ind Lincoln] to Indiana. lie spoke of

or over; likewise unmarried the .different environments in which -
are required to make a return tenons the two men grew up and Of their are invited to call and -

net income is SI,000.00 or over. eventually taking their places to defend SAVESPAUSE
I You should prepare a list of your opposing principles. "The: principal see our-new line of .

Incomes, indicating totals from each of states' rights was decided

source!, and submit same to Mr. Pratt, wisely and well" said the speaker. Ked's Tennis
who will tell you what to do and if ,u 'When General Grant graciously] and ShoesFOR
return is necessary he will assist! you kindly received the surrender of General -
in the execution of your return. Leo the country was irrevocablyunited

i He may be consulted in the Grand under one government. MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN

Jury room at the court house until Then a few days later the entire for moment man
tomorrow nation shocked a young .
evening was by the news tha' -- - -
----- resident Lincoln. had been assassinated self. The We also have a 'fine
thought to .
FAIR AUTO PARADE WILL II i a line of up-to-date -

FORM TUESDAY AT 1:30 P. M. I The speaker entered a protest here that confront
problems now or
against any one saying that Lincoln you ,
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was killed by a southerner. It would SHIRTS AND TIESSEE
The automobile parade on the opening I he as true to say that Garfield or McKinley will a few years hence. ,
day of the Osceola] County Fair i ) had been assassinated by 'the

will be a most important feature of I Jorth. No' one should consider that THEM
the entire fair. The committee Look about you-tbe men of'affairs In country state DatioDJe. -
pn the act of a mad reflected the
man
arrangements, for this has planned feeling; of any section of the country. ., in tbe world, are the men wbo started to save early in life.

S the following line of march. The speaker then said the conditions ,
All cars are urgently invited to in the South during the recon- They bare the respect and confidence of the community. Fred S. Gilbert
join to make a large parade. The itruction days were a greater calamity '

starting point will be at the intersection than the horrors brought about Then look on the other side-at the fellows wbo spend all they J-'A'

m.of, fuesday.Main ind Here Brack the ftrcctt line will, 1:30p. :be I.y> the firing sent line south and to that effect few the of thetaders reorganization make-tbey may bay a good time for a while, but what .does their Haberdqthery and Shoes 106 Broadway's

formed continue dowp Broadway had the foresight and personality reflect
out Clyde avenue and so out to the
judgment of 'great men, tut the
wiaority -
fair grounds. Everyone who has a car were great only because "they A dollar or so deposited t in Ibis bank will be tbe. --- -- - - ----- ---- -- -' .5

and can participate. is earnestly requested were vested: with a little brief authority nucleus of aui honorable independent career. -=< :---,-:..: :")o"x-<_H<-OH+O+O--H'-: :+Ooo

to do so. ," and! were totally incapable:; Make your beginning now-today. Your bankbook
On account of general conditions of their. task. Unbearable conditionsarose HORSES FOR
no attempt will be made at an elaborately and as a result the Ku Kax! will pate the way. SALE :

everywhere decorated seems parade to, be as to sentiment eliminate Klan sprang into existence. Mr. Carson Capital stock __________!_______ ____ -___ $100,000.00
said he did not Wish to defend the : I Ten
all unnecessary expense, and to Institution but to call attention to the Resources oyer _________:..__________________ 400,006.00 am offering good Florida 4
throw all resources into winning the conditions which brought it about ando

war.: 0 say that as soon as these condi- Officers and Directors: raised horses for sale. Will .be glad j

Do your part join your car with tions were overcome trio Man was disbanded '
others and so lets have a large pa- and! nothing heard of it since. C. A. CARSON President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY V-P. to show them to '
any
one
rode. Please send your name in to Mr. Carson then drew i. charp contrast ROMA THOMAS, Cashier needing a ,
r( the chairman of this eoi.naittee. A. by saying "But what of the future horse. .

S. Nelson before 9 o'clock Tuesday ? Those sad days of the six.'js N. C. BRYAN, N. B. CARSON. M. KATZ :
morning so that there may be time were the beginning of the struggle E. L. LESLEY
C. A. CARSON, H. FLEMING
for assigning ;places; in the paroo for' the emancipation of the world. J. WADE TUCKER. Director. EMMETT S. 'ROLIFF .
1. This.n means everyon'whomthis'' Never since this time has any presl- .
dent borne burJen < oe" 60.0606.000 '<"0"fl"8"
Rneane'you.' so (heavy a as now Q..UUHOUO'OeoO..HOtt a ,
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. [INTERESTING' LOCAL ITEMS II. (Z Z6M7'kI 1-

Fire Insurance. See A. E. Drought Wm. Scera of Kissimmee. Park

4's i'' P. W. Hill of Narcoossee is spending pent Thursday in town.
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." the day in town on business. Why be troubled with rats? Rat

t Rubber Goods the Uoodridi line, Corn will rid you of the pests. It's
.'.. for sale by Central Drug Store guaranteed by Central' Drug Store. *
Rev and Mrs. A. M. Chisholm of Mrs "M, D. Alexander left for Ocala
. Orlando visited the city Wednesday. Wednesday for a visit with Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Steinhaus.
', Just received a big shipment of '
White Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps. F. Attorneys W.;, B. Crawford, WJ.
I. ]I. Lawson. Steed and G. P. Garrett went to De- -
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," ' F. B. Little of NarcooKsec was i In land Wednesday on legal business. 11
town on a business mission Wednesday Miss P. Jones and nephew, of Toronto -
;: / Canada, are expected to arrive
today as guests of the Graystone.J. .
Start a war at home, on rats. Use

anteed Rat C. Corn E.by.:Carlson as Central the, a Weapon.prominent Drug Store.It's businessman guar.' tion.simmee the. groves McPhalter Park over Wednesday made'there'' a,In trip and fine to reports condi.Kis Every. Day Will Be Bargain Day at Our Store Next Week !


of St. Cloud, was in Kissimmee
Wednesday. Mr, and Mrs. DeGroot, who .have I. '

.. Rubber Goods of The been guests at the' Grastone, left
quality. FAIR VISITORS ARE
this! morning fora" short stay at Avon INVITED
Everite Line. Every article: guaranteed Park.. :
by the CORNER DRUG STORE.

J. D. Garrick and fnmily.'who have .Funeral services will be held: over Call" and Make Our Store their We have of
the '
W. keen spending the winter here, leave Presbyterian remains of church Mrs. W.Saturday T Vail at the To. Headquarters. plenty Easy.
,; , this, week for Barney, Ga. morn- '
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ing at 10 o'clock.
r.4 '"} A. /war ogue of Knight, near Lakeland J.. J. Griffin and family were Chairs and will, try to make you comfortabe.
a business visitor. visitor in
among the Kissimmee people motoring I
KUsimmee
Tuesday, to Orlando Tuesday for the opening '
For Sale-Two pair !good young of .the Sub-Tropical fair. I, .

.', 'mules, broken and. well matched. .Try Liquid Court Plaster-Better
", J.; W. Miller 8-tf then New Skin, beats ndl.esive tape; Incidentally. if you should decide you need anythingin
: Sarah Prevatt her ": ,
Mrs. visited ,
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son no waste; put up in metal Tubesi Try '. t"
Jennings,'. at Camp Johnston, near it. .
price lOc. CORNER DRUGSTORE .
.Jacksonville, last week, returning the Household and. Kitchen Furniture line, we i
home Monday.Mrs. R
The Rev. Vincent D.D. :.
Right Bishop ,
W. I.. Winn has returned from ., of Southern Ohio has bt'eo:1I1pend. have a complete stock of 8 Room. Suits, Parlor
. an extended visit with relatives ing! a few davs with his old friend

Cape Girardcap, Mo.; and Dayton, I Rev. Dr. McConnell at. .-the Kissinmee Suits, Library Tables, Stoves Ranges, Screens,
Ohio. She arrived! here Saturday. Golf Club. '
Shrinera visiting Tampa on Satur I. F. S. Brannon Tampa' and if. L. t <<
Utensils
Rugs, Cooking Etc.C.H.GRANTHAM.
day are Capt.. Qlay Johnson, Roma McClellon of Atlanta are paying Kis ,

Thomas S, L. Lupfer, W. B.. Ce:/ w. ,... ,.. .......,.. _. ..; .. _.. ... .,..
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, ,f"MI.l.t. . 1'd"J; : ."Clidel"TPN. N"Ciarkch'1t.: : : ;::'simmee 1hhg'the"Lineon', a visit.. .apace; : >L*..A.top-'':-'; : 4',1.-' > .,'--j' "_a _:.-.-_ _..."."...-....- _--'K-::".'_... 4" _W ,,"' .zs '----'" .. '---.- .a as* 4. a

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Do you appreciate Quality rod ev-ening I / : -
Cleanliness? Then drink at "The to Tampa and St. Petersburg Hei
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Sanitary: 'Fountain We can serve i expects to return home' tonight.!
von what you want. CORNER:: .
1)RUG STORE.) :; I The Rev. L. I D. McCoi oil, D. D.. I .(
I ante in St. John's church E iswhc ,- THE SATISFACTORY STORE-
on
Rev O. B. Falls and Ht'v.0/:. A. ... such
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Milton went out to St. Cloud KISSIMMEE FLA '
Baptist
| St. John's church op/ Sund: y Ic-.t, will
assisted
4 dlur.h'E'dm.lay the pastor, Itev. J.1.night: .. King and to ordain - do so again on SunOay next.J. ai .- .,.,.... .,'- ;
l two deacons. I McPhalter made a sale last week
'" of the old Dunn on the cor- i j
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t :'11'11. / HUM* and) her daughter,
ncr of Orlando avenue and Brjvntieet .
Mrs.! J. J. Dent, of Texas who n visiting I ..
t I This property at the time of
left this week visit relatives
her to I. the mile was owned by :Mrs. J. IIiibhs . .
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atvleda SnninaMr
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(; and was sold to Wm. Thackei
;\ ? Bass! accompanied. them a" far at I of Bethel, Ohio. I Se our special Fair Sale on page Lee Bass of Kenansville came up Medicine of merit. Our own guaranteed H. E. Swabey was among the Kis !
Oviedo. Henry lti..h-- the men who defies ''three, F. H. Law on. this week to have his hand treated fora preparations. No advance in simmee people visiting Orlando Tues
T. S. Smith of Buena Vista ,"u., is I death will give four exhibitions from 1 E. L. ]Lesley and family visited Or- bad abcess. Dr. Rivers gave him prices-2.r>c, 50c and $1.00. Money refunded -
spending a'fl'WIo''k" in Kissimmeeand tl Cravstciip: Casino building tonightand lando Tuesday for. the opening: of the special attention, relieving the intense on every package that is un day.Dr.
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is much surprised at the advancement pain. Mr. Bass returned home satisfactory. CORNER 1> R U G J. C.. Mcore, formerly with theOs..eola
.. here tomorrow night and will take up fair.A STORE. .. Pharmacy, but who, for the I
it being some eight yesterday.
years \ the : fresh of Hudnut'sToilet
h collection for tobacco for boys shipment)
since his. previous! ,'i!.it. He is a. gucfat I in France. He will the (! ) articles received at Central Mrs Charles past two or three years, has been en.gaged
tho Lincoln house. appear on just George W. Steward a.ndfe, of E. Davis of Spokane, in the drug business at Clerr-
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st ge both evenings i Drug Store. Cincinnati, O, registered at the Lincoln Wash., arrived this week, making the wrtcr, 'was greeting his many: KU
',' .. Miss Alhinu Smith has been appointed Will Mason Tiller is home from John Jtoavps and family motored to house yesterday for a week's trip in sij; days. She is the daughter simmee friends here Monday I
; to represent; the women's! organizations military duty! with Company B at Orlando Tuesday! to witness! the open.. stay. Mr. Stewart ia here to decor.
: of the county l.O'"ssist Camp Wheeler on an extended fur ing '... the efforts of the food administration. lough. Il<* has received an appoint the Osceola County Fair and any one ter, who is in ill health. She expectsto a day or two here this week arranging
This appointment comes through ment to West Point and will leave Rat. Corn in guaranteed to mummi- who has seen this work at Orlando remain some time, making her to bring Mrs. In ram to Kissim I_
the Council 1 of National Defense- Washington; D. C., in a few days ; fv Rats, for sale by Central Drugi .:. will surely give him the first prizeon headquarters at the Lincoln house mee for medical treatment, she having j-
Miss Sarah Frambow and Mi's Ma to prepare for the entrance examina- i Store out-door decoration. 'with her father. been ill for a number of weeks. '.
bel Williams of Macon Ga., are tion. C. W. Griffin and family motored to . .
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guests of :Mrs. J. M. Woodall fit\ her C..IJ.I| Gray end'WI'3, B. T. Bownir I Orlando Tuesday to listen to the address I
home on Lake street. They arrived and wife, W U. Barnard and wife, I of Governor Cntts and to visit
Friday for n two weeks'!' ,;sit.fin;\ :Mrs.l Zella Hendee, Miss Lillian Hen- relatives. ,
Frambow is. a .cousin of :Mrs Wood- r
dee A. U. and H. M.
Harvey Capt. Bargains in Soap-limited stock,
all Breaker were a congenial party motoring but an long as it lasts 'we are selling '
Henry Lightscy, government inspector : ot I Daytona Beach Thursday a hj h-lrJ'r..de loan, 3 for 25c. WED and
of fruits and vegetables', returned and Friday of last week for' a pleas. COKENK DRUG STORE. Graystone Casino Feb. 20-21 1
from New York City this week ant outing
a five days' visit with his family.: lion. Lewis O'Bryan of Kissimmee. Miss' Anna Bowlby of Ovid, Mich., TNURSa p
Llgbtsey'' will ,not'relurnjt&aNew( who spending. the winter in Kissimmee l
chairman' o1', the District Board., ifExemptions '
;) but will'serve Uncle Sam' at ,"is visiting! in Tampa end St.
Tampa spen yesterday MATINEES DAILY AT 3:00. NIGHTS 8:00
Petersburg this week -:-
._ Orleans \! ,
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___ in i Orlando,,the' guest ofh nor, r.t the I
A small tire occurred at the Tucker banquet tendered $Governor fflfiCattsat"1 If E'ditor'tWRyneThpmao(; ; of the Plant
.company's'plant )fonda"af "*them*Str"' Charles w" hot>l.'*, ', He CitV"Courier: was in Kissimrnee for "

but .was put out by the tin was accompanied by Mrs. O'Bryan.. a short while yesterday .:ld made the Your Wish Realized! It is Coming! The World's
department with little loss. The approach Reporter-Star (Wed.) Gazette a fraternal call. Mr. Thomas,
to the old kiln and a pile of The editor of the Gazette has se..n"The accompanied by Dr Geo. E. Parker '
.trash were burned. resulting in a Birth of a Nution," and in his j land R. J. Ritter, both of PIcnt City, Mightiest Spectacle.---D. W. Griffins.
damage of possibly $75. humble opinion it so far exceeds all I was' returning home from a week s
Guy Darst of Knoxville. Tenn., is otter moving picture .films he has | auto\ trip to Atlanta. They found the
the guest of His sister, Mrs. Frank seen that there is really no comparison. I I roads in splendid condition and enjoyed .
Rhea, who is spending the winter In fact, we consider tins film the the trip very mucli. Mr. Thomas 18,000 3,000 t
here Mr. Darst' like his ..sister is best show of any kind, we ever wit I who is president of the Stall
an out-of-doors enthusiast, and is dividing nessed. We hope everybody who can Press association, is looking forward -
his time between the golf will see It. I to the largest: and most successful People Horses
links and the tennis "court at the Prof. lt.. L. Turner, State Rural gathering this year in the history of j
Country Club. School Inspector, spent l several daysin I the association. The meeting will bei "
C. W. Ward, W. n. Harris Vol. the city this week and in company-I i I held this year at DeLand, Daytona j
Lewis O'Bryan, Milton Pledger, with Supt. C. E. Yowell visited a I nnd New Smyrna dividing e
James M. Willson, Jr.,'and J. A. Lancaster number of the schools' in this county, ( sicna between tho three cities. I
were among the representativesfrom leaving Wednesday morning for Deer I The recent arrivals In the city registering -
Kissimmee motoring to Orlando Park, from which place he will go to at the Hart Memorial rest .
Tuesday to be present at th- luncheon Titusville. Mr. Yowell carried Prof. room are: Mrs. Ella M. Humphrey,
." given in honor of Governor Calls and Turner to the latter plr.ce in his machine I i Columbus. Ohio; Miss Sarah Fram- ti
'It to listen to his address. and returned home via New j' bo and Miss Mabel Williams, Macon, '

Owing to the dedication of the Smyrna and Sanford. | I' Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. John Hart, Detroit, _
Christian church in Orlando next Lieut. Marion Farmer is home on ]I Mich.; Mrs. E. N. Taylor', Memphis, jJ

._...-.. Sunday at II o'clock, the Kissimmee a short furlough for a visit with his Tenn.; Mary J. Cameron, Richfield, J
Sunday school will( meet at ;9 130 parents Rev, and Mrs. J. J. Farmer, I Ohio; Mrs. John Kelley, Dumont, la.;
shaf-p, and there will be no preaching and other relatives and friends. Mr and Mr A. J. Hart Green, la.; A
is I John B. Gunch and wife, Marion, O.
service in the Kissimmee church at Lieut. Farmer with the aero corps ; .J
I Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Squires, Green,
o'clock but the regular service and is stationed at Fort Sill, Okla.
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o'clock. His work takes him ui in the ma. ,,1a.fr.! and Mrs. R. I. Stone, Curnimingville ,.
will be held as usual at 7 chines where he has charge of the I Ky.; Mrs. E. B. Watson,

IJIeutenant Harry A. Souders of guns, takes the pictures and makes Carterville, 111.; Mrs. Geo. A. Math-
the 112th U. S. Infantry is here on observations Lieut. Farmer says his ias, Wainwright Ohio; Mrs. O. D.
a furlough to visit his parentMr.. world is fine and that he wouldn't Webbs Coldbrook Springs, Mass.;
and Mrs. Frank Souders. Lieut. Sou- change it for any .other branch of the Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Bebout, and. Mrs.,
-. derf! is from Fort Sill, Oklahoma, service. Burchinal, Pittsburg:, Pat j
where he has been for special instruction. -
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Hancock: near Augusta Ga., Sunday
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Wimberly McCleod, Florid-i,representative I &
for Terry Briggs & Co., Is Eyesight As Keen As _
municipal bond brokers, has decidedto

and make will Kissimmee move his family his headquarters here from Your Insight? I Cost .

Jacksonville. Mr. McCleod's com- 5,000
pany, it will be remembered, purchased -
the bonds from the proceedsof Many a shrewd business man, with keen foresight and i $500,000
which the brick road from Kissim Scenes
mee to Loughman is being built. insight akin to instinct, is handicapped by poor eye-

, .r 4 Mr. and Mrs. D. Wagner, :Mrs. L. .* sightwhich entirely unnecessary. "

II.E.'E.Ingram Wells, Mrs., Mr.J. Z.and Roberson Mr. R.Mrs.D. Decisive( Battles of the Civil War..Rise of the Kuklux

> <;uice, Mrs. 11. N. Bratton. Mrs J. GOOD EYESIGHT ESSENTIAL! ) I SEE Klan.-Sherman's March to the Sea---Denth of Abraham
:JlcPhatler: Mr. and Mrs. Green
Woodall and daughter: Miss Thelma church, The W. E. Sanderson Service will provide the glasses I Lincoln---The South Before War; Thousands of other
motored out to Shingle Creek
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Sunday to attend t.h"f afternoon! services needed to give you the vision you need. We designthe I Scenes of Death and Adventure. ,
conducted by Dr. J. D. Sibert,
pastor of the. First Methodist.. church glasses to suit you individually.

of Kissimmee. The Greatest Story Ever Revealed On Any Stage
1 Manager J. D. Woodbeck has 1.-> "Prompt, Accurate Service and Eyeglass Satisfaction
cured the wonderful film production '
"The Birth of a Nation" for his fair

attraction, for Wednesday and Thurs. W. E. Sanderson & Co. Inc. Prices Lower Floor $ L00 Balcony 75c plus War Tax
day of next week. By a sped: 1 con : ; ,
cession all school children will be admitted
to the matinee for 50 cents JEWELERS AND OPTOMETRISTS Seats on Sale Now at Central Drug Store.

i. and the war tax. At the evening per 26 Broadway Kuimmee, Fla.
: formance the price will be $1 and the
war tax. The gallery will 'be 75 cents

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; sibion bought something that'' e can I -
. Possibilities for Developing a sell at a profit, rather than followingout

: Better Cattle Industry in Florida. ment.any I cannot visions urge of you cattle too Improve.stronglyto f Visitor.rr.

1 know absolutely the breeding Bargains r
-- strength of anything you buy and
Mr. Frank S. Hastings, manager 6f the little blue cane as well rj any'numher that means in a general way thct you
of other grasses! all of which must buy known cattle. I realize too
the S. M. S. ranches, Stamford, Texas i
that there is of
however come back Where an 'area is a great shortage bulls
recently spent about two weeks and probably the only that
protected, and. as they we among way you
in Florida studying rang conditions your very best feeds the carrying can get what you want, because it
possibilities for developing a better capacity of ,a pasture is materially! goes without saying that you cannot 1 I
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cattle industry. Ills first trip was increased afford to pay the price for registeredbulls I
through Palm Beach county, then he "From reliable I learned in all your,work, is to work in
a authority
made a trip to Gainesville and visitedthe 1 some way through a central community
registered Hereford herd owned that (forjy! years ago the only of interestsand go'' to Texas and
by Mr. N. A. Callis, also the herdsof ready the money cattlemen in this who'either country came buy the bull calf crop of some herd .
Herefords and Shorthorns owned from topped of cattle that will show fifteen-six ..
their and took them to Cuba
by :dr. A. L. Jackson and the pucebred the1<< Cuban's hulls came here and topped or teenths or better. breeding"' ," I IJ)
and Shorthorn herd owned -
by "tr.graded S. H. Gaitukill of McIntosh, them, taking the very best sires that WELCOME VISITORSThe '
you could produce, for sport and ,
followed four days' careful .
trip Then over the properties a >8 and herd of slaughter You have therefore for Fife and Drum CorpS'fmm St. 'K'ATZ.S : : .
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down '
the Ki"simmf'e.lsland Cattle! Co., then forty years is grading as Cloud were pleasant tailors at the
concerned
the sire "
over the Indian Prairie country, the! as Gazette office! Tuesday morning and ,
Osoeola prairie country, including the "In. the matter\ of cows there has the entire pffice force enjoyed the inspiring ,
,llalpatioka flan'and the marsh coun been no culling, added to which there ,music.('. The fife was ablv: .. '" :, '.' ,
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try 'of Okoecriobee?.;:which Rave him I has been inbreeding and on both thesire.and'dam handled by N. W.. Ferguson:L J. T.. ; ; : I J
en unusually good opportunity for side, following out the Burbank and Edward L, DePew manipulated ; ,
freeing the cattle scattered ov.r the law that evil qualities intensify in the snare drum' clicks and ''y"'A ,' ., ...... .' ., I'
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open range and observing the conditions I posterity, the tendency has been down J. O. McNew came down heavy on the .;'"" It';'"' \''I', '" ' "" (
on the open ri1n;'1'. C mrncnt--. instead.l of ,up in.thfe! breeding of na. hUlls> drum. They were in Kissimmeeto . \\"I I '\\.I.' I !...'I. : ,.
ing upon''his visit he said: tive cattle for forty years to which! assist in celebrating. Lincoln's '
"In] general conditions the only relief has.been a very limited birthday\ and] whil; they claim to he j : : ., .
a way : aro ; !< ; <

very of some.similar thirty-five in Florida years now ago to in,those Tex'I I introduction"'Y(lU\ are )ginning the beef your strains.problemof J,I step sixty out ie with inure the years vigor of"young"youth. May they.: 1'1 I) :; !"i,r.'I..:' .Y" '' .' ,, For. 31 YearsTl ., "I" ";";';, ',.,',,J""I'//I"';,./; ,, ,' ., .

BB, at 'which time that state was an'.' improving the quality; of cattle they return here on many other i n- ,fJ', '" '1 "J'I. "." ' '.. '*:.* ojli'f/ J' \ ,\' .,"
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the exception of a very email)), strip i a very .''c, '. '.I,,', ". ',. ., j.. '','" "
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long the gulf coast' the entire state' You begin it at a time when the pov, KISSIMMEE GOLF CLUB WINS ... ','('r, ,''I ,,', ".""'1"\$1'.. 1',1' If. .. . ., ,'p.. " 1jl.f'! ''' 'l\'I\ }"'\:'" '. '
of Texas is under,fence and) in a general eminent and most of the tick infest-- HONORS AT TOURAMENT \ :" i ; ": .
way has been under fence for ed states are' releasing- thousands of ';, ' ;f': u
nearly twenty years. The pi sturea tIluaremiles every year and at a time The Kissimmee boys made a very
of Texas which are known as the .when both science and every (practical fair showing in the three days' play, .
(but the word in Texas observer understands it is 'aneconomic : : '
range range
K. McPherson and H. A. Hunter surviving
which be Goods and
means large bodies of enclosed land) measure may pure Dry ClothingEsiablishmen '
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until the third
are carrying several hundred per cent sued with practicaly do. detriment nor day. Hunter .
.more cattle than at that time Fencing danger to the cattle. was,tlte'only) member lirilnginc back -r.; "I.W 7astiiSi3; ;':
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means ownership which is Frn.IL iontngpna.} jQFcs! '_rA.tU W,1tIt..jlv..r,:asvpfe. ,1SeP.hQraotrrhowever iM 4 ", -- .
-always-WogrrfredMt: ''I11eanlt Tj: "1I 'n":' 'fl'i"1)' tle4{ r condition on the same feeds most ).likely would have also, : i .
trol because it eliminates the wanton-j and a less' mortality. ,It means that : .
ness which we now lind all over the they can go anywhere1: in America had hi'S opponent remained to 'play ,
open) range, each man working out without restriction or in other words, off with him; as :Mr. McPherson was .,. In Osceola ,
Jiis own problems and firing the range a broader market and no punishment the favorite in the betting by odds.! \.' County
for various causes. Fencing means lust before shipment. I do not think The Kissimmee club was represented .
that an area may be developed to its I that the perpetuity of the tick can at this meeting. by L. A. Hamilton .... ". .
capacity.. For instance, on your I lie defended from any economic stand- Wm. :McC'ool K. McPherson, Dr.. "
ranges fire kills the various varieties point. J Simpson, Harry Hunter and Gay Liv jf
of carpet or blanket grass and kills j "The bull peddler has n., a propo ingston.
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Oualitv at a Reasonable Price .

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1\ I Success
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country is now engaged in a gigantic war Every nerve
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and every energy is being strained toward success in the struggle. ::' .


Our Government "very properly is directing and controlling the ; : : : : : KATZ'SKissimmee : ::; "


prices and sale of many commodities. The business houses of the '<,,., .. .' ., . . ' .. '. ,
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country are loyally supporting the Government and they have found , ,", .
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At necessary to adapt their business methods to the present day Fla.
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requirements. The wholesale houses and almost. all retail housesare

gqing as far as possible toward a strictly cash basis. If all .

business could be put ori this basis it would mean a tremendous _L Li ; .

help' for the business man and the consumer. As 'it probably is not, STATE ROAD BOARDTO and sent.have them in proper form to pre I mineMrs: Hunt was the daughter of

put William and Mary (ulixrtion" und +.'
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practical, 'every feature of., our. business,, on strictly cash was born near Blue Hall Ohio, :Nov':
: MRS HUNT PASSES AWAYMrsMaryuBelletl1untof
basis ; ,we do find it to this. MEET AUTO CLUBS J9, 181Kand was sixty-nine years,
necessary approximate two months and Ucntyday8 old, <
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..lWe{,beg" t.o idvi "e therefore' \ tliat9i all: ;'GRAIN' (H Y 'and FEEDSTUFFS ' : '" with her? daughter3MusBe88ie\, Ohio, who has, :llrs' .. Bunt rated 'iiJij( chutch' ,, ':
Ktfot
:i''J"' O( \"" 11II _,\/,. !% ;\\'V'l'i'dt;<' {:.....- .! $fJjJon{ i.: M, M. Smith, member of the spent.threerr'winteratin'. ,! \M Klsimmpe'passed %18ten\;* \ member fi x teJnjte'earsS O andwair I'rhsbyr|! j ,;,. \;::'i;'i:;J'aWon
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which we handle w 1'1' be sold on 'the CASH basis We are StateRoad. Department? has' asked a wayt!ati thel resid'ire1ot) iM 1rs terianTchurohMlKhepvtuDjnnrric| I the!'FloridaStatefJAutomobileAsso; :;\ ' Cohoon!in!North 1 KJssimmee .last. ?FriJday : I DrJ9JjJVlJllIuntjAprilJJin874irand'to'! !! ) \"."
BurefyoWwillfappreca ciation to send 'out'the following information '' *" '
the conditions, w hioh akes'' this' necessary morning, February 8th. this union there were born fix chil-
affiliated motor
to our A brief religious service was conducted
.We trust it .will 'work no hardship on anyone and believein clubs and to the newspapers of the Saturday afternoon by Dr. W ''I all dren of, four whom sons survive.and(. two 'daughters,
counties in which the department of. B. Witherspoon, pastor of the Presbyterian '
During the winters that .
Mrs
the long run it will prove highly profitable to all consumers. ficials will hold meetings with county church, and the remainswere I and Miss 'Bessie have resided in Hunt Kis

officials. shipped to Ohio on the mid ,,simmee they have formed c 'aigc circle
Very respectfully, All the members "f. the Florida night train Saturday night, accompanied of friends who sincerely !r<,Bret
Sate Road Department board and the as far as Jacksonville!)) by Miss I, the loss of the companionship of :Mrs
WATERS & CARSON GROCERY CO. State Highway Commission will meet Bessie !.Hunt and.extend to Miss, He<-sie I'ear
in Lake City;: on Wednesday; Feb. 13, Mrs. Hunt was stricken with asthma ty sympathy. *
By N., C. Bryan Sec. & Treas. 191K, npd after meeting'ia over they I about three years ago, and on this Mrs. Mitchell and one of her daughters -
will dr v.j to i Gainesville and spend' account came ot Florida for relief and <, also from Ohio, spent tin last
the night there. The itinerary then is I received much benefit, but complication ) few weeks with the -Mer and aunt
as follows: set in which hastened her dt>-I II relieving much of the trial

Thursday. Feb. 14,-Meeting in I
Gainesville at 10 a. q; l leave Gainesville I
at 2 p. m;; urrne Ocala 4 p. M.; ,'toILB!! olh'
Special Sale for Fair Week ;
at hold l meting Cala 4 p. m. Spend .<;.
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night in Ocala and attend meeting of I WJ
Ocala Motor Club. \', .
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Feb. 15 Leave Ocala 7:30a .
Friday, ,,
A. Tuva 10 and .... "'0", Vo."Dollar
S. GILBERT'SIt's a ; arrive res a. m. r-w."u .' 4T 'I:"
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,I h 'd meeting; leave Tavares 12:30: p. .
m.; arrive Orlando 3:30 p. m, find i Bill" -

a Money Saving, Proposition You cannot afford to Miss. Here lando.ho'd meeting.. Spend night in. Or- says:

are some of the Values we have to offer: Saturday Feb. ]6-Leave Orlando "If feeling "blue"
7:30: a. m:: arrive Kissimi.-ee 8'am.. your you'llfind
and hold leave Kissimmee
meeting;
Good Ginghams, 25c value, for 23c. 9 a, m.; arrive Bartow 12 m. and many good ones in our
hold leave Bartow 2:30
meeting
; p.
Blue Bell Cheviot,,, 28c value, for 26c. m.; arrive Arcadia 5. Hold meetingin new line of woolens".
Arcadia 7 p. m. Spend! .night. in
Good line Percals, 25c value, 23c. Arcadia, '
Sunday, Fob, 17-Trip to Naples;'
Colored Poplins, 35c value, for . 28c. Monday, Feb. 18-Trip to Marco Also All The Other
.
and Henderson Landing; arrive Ft.

Nice Soft Bleaching, 20c value, for 18c. spend Myers! night and in hold Ft. Mvers meeting. ? p. m.; I Latest Shades. in The Newest


Nice Soft Bleaching, ,. 25c value, for. 23c. chol.ee Tuesday' City Feb.; hold 19-Trip meeting to Okeechobee Okeecho-- Weaves and Patterns for Men's

Flowered Voiles' 35c value, for 28c.Children's diobee! City City.Wednesday 7 p.. m; Spend night in Okee- Fine "Lukone".Made-to-

Feb 20-Arrive West
Dresses, age 8 to 14 Palm Beach and hold meeting at 1 Measure Clothes.Responsible

p. m.; leave West Palm Beach 3 p, m.; .
years, worth-$1.25, for 98c.. i arrive Miami 6 i p. m.
I Thursday, Feb. 21-Trip to Home-
Ladies' Waists, worth $1.25, for 9Bc.Dou't stead and Royal Palm Park and then
to Ft. Lauderdale and hold! meetingat Tailoring

fail to take advantage orthis opportunity to save money on night Ft. at Lauderdale Ft. Lauderdale at 7 p. m.or Spend West Reasonable PricesCall

Palm Beach
this Staple Line. Friday, Feb. 22.-Arrive Ft. Pierce
and hold meeting there tt 1 p. m.; after -

New Spring Line Dry Goods and Shoes I. Motor meeting clubs\ "homeward, good roads.bound.boosters, To-Day.

newspaperS, taxpayers and county
rendY''f YO'U commissioners are expected to cooperate JUST RECEIVED
a MOW your inspection. We invite to come. in making' this inspection trip '

of the State Road Department accomplish Our Line of i

i.l., A. GILBERT T through the very becoming best possible(acquainted results SPRING AND SUMMER SAMPLES

with the aims and purposes of the
F I department and by presenting to the '
department in a careful manner the Kissimmee Dry Cleaning & Pressing Works
Goods Shoes and Notions
Dry
needs of the Various counties which a
will be visited. Tell the department e
'q 45 Main Street Telehone 35 officials what you need and what you

-. ire willing to do to get the help of if..... ... .. .
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__________. ____._...-- ____ THE_ KISSIMMEE. _VALLEY _GAZETTE, _FRIDAY. FEBRUARY_ IS._1918. SETHI-

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BIRTH OF A NATION Tmcx GLOSSY HAIR I I The. 'iaterR& Carson- Grocery Coir 1pan his office In the State House In theCity (sty, A. D- otherwise the n an. ..
Ii ORLANDO LUNCHEONFOR State of Florida, 11. *
I ) a corp'\'aUon. and J. U. Smith. of Tallahasiee, I ton,' of will b" taken
aa'oon
FEEE FROM DANDRt1J' Defendants, pending In the Circuit.t for I-.ettera Talent Incorporating our,'J l/t-saed by said defendants. I
Court of the iqiventhVudicial ClrciW. assoclateii and succetmorsInto .
our I I.
R.I'.R. further
A of the State In and for OB. a body politic and corporate, under be I !? ordered( that this order
IS GREAT ot.JI'Jlda. : once a week for
PICTURE publBh.
four con.
GOV CATTS ceola Count- the under. the name of KISSIMMEli VALLEY
Qlrla! Try itt! Hair In the Kls.lmmee
get .oft. fluffy and Blitn.-d as Special Master in Chancery,. OAZKTTKl ,. U,1,}.V? .TQk'a V.II -
b.autJfu-.oet, a small bottu will sell at public outcry. for cashIn I We also hereby declare and show said aa.t.t.y 'a.d newspaper Sta. published In

of Dandarlnc.If hand to the highest bld"e. at the that the following: charter and articles Thla-Slat day of .
F.olowlng. ) a year of world-wide The luncheon yesterday noon ct the front door of the Court HOURS In Kit.- of Incorporation la a full true and .*. January isis.1 R

triumph; the magnificent spectacle! St. Charles hotel in honor of Gov. I slntmee Oaceala County Jlo.l. durIntt .. complete' copy the original of whichla iClrul Court 1 OV4HSTHEET.'
.The Birth of a Nation" produced by you Mr for heavy hair that 1'1180\ the legal hour of .. ,,. now on file In the on .. of the Hec- , : Circui Coutc .
W. Catts was a huge success and 140 tena with" "beauty and la radiant with the 4th day of March, A. I'). 1818 the P rotary of State of the fllntn of Florida -, Kill! Kits & EO. ;
David Griffith at a cost of $500 guests! from Orlando and I South Florida life baa I following described property: at the said city of Tallahassee, Solicitors for Complainant.' '.
000 will come to this city for a. limited were present to show tho state's ; an incomparable softness and lot Three ((1) of' lllock Three (S) 01 r during the time required by law far -It'U

engagement Wednesday and chief executive; that Orlando 'and' Orange U fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine. Lilly's Addition to the Town of KinIminee the publication of' this notice. I: IIICVIT 40LHT. STATE. or
City, according the I W. R HARRIS ,
Thursday, February 20 and 21, matinees !- county have a "glad hand." The Just one application doubles the thereof filed and recorded the office pla 1B.. VANS AGNEW. Ft.oltiflt. 11.t'JII"L
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daily at the Graystone Casino. Governor was the principal speaker. beauty of'your Uair, beaidea It; iromediatcly of the Clerkof the Circuit Court 01 r K. U. VANS tlHCHT. K4)I.rot'XTV.. .

Important in the showing of this The committee lad only planned fora disaolvea very particle of O."e..l. County Florida. AUTirr.R8 OP iNcxmpOKATioNc IV (-'HCElIy5
creation of dandrun" You I'urchascr to pay for deed.Dated \\ the underslffnod. hereby and b}' ,
art history and < not have nice
romance hundred but the 1'u&1at the last can heavy January Seth A. n ISIS.I thee arU.I.B of Incorporation asso- AVIlllam J. Sling. Complainant .
is the incidental music cmbraang minute was so great that tables had healthy hair if you have dandr lf.' This I O. P. ( 41ARRKTT elSIe ourselves together for the purpose i-s.

melodies appropriate to each incident. to be rushed into the big dining room destructive acurf robs the hair of ita Special Master Chancery nf becoming a body politic and Frank I Van. Agnew and Arthur
) E
It I la lustre KHIIins A 8TKKU.. corporate under and pursuant to' the 'on..al. Defendants. '
an impressive its
story woiu'.er! and and Its
host Hit atrength life
pert' was confronted with) very Solicitors for Complainants.&l Iowa of the State of Florida provld- (Tld v" appended .
fully told that is revealed on the difficulties in fcervlcej and other de j and if not overoome It produce a f.verIshnesa lair for the formation manalement. to Ith-Ppb rl'1edb'n' the above-.tat.4

screen. Slavery. one of the prime tails. However it was o merry occa and itching of the acalps the MASTKK-K !S1I.K liabilities and Immunities corpora defendants, Vans AgneV. one. of
of the Civil War is shown tions. the provisions of which laws I I.. therein named Is a non.
caused
at Mon and one long to be remembeied hair root famish, loosen and die; then Notice and K"ldn of the State of and
Is hereby Riven that under are hereby accepted we hereby J'lorha
its beginning. Then there is Lineoln't Souvenir programs' were at each plate the lialr falls out last. Surely Ret a and by''lrlue' of a Final Oe-cree In I declare that the 'ollowln. articles of of his residence Is unknown age

first call for volunteers a. ball I printed 'in three colors l by the 'Sentinel mnall bottle of Knowlton' Danderine Chancery In tire CHBI-jif Kred Roberson I Incorporation hal and be ordered twenty-one that said years It Is therefor.

in the eve of the Battle of Bull Run. and the interior "of the 'dining from any drug store aad just try'It vat H. W. Wenver; Z. flass and Annlu I the charter of corporation upon ant be nonresident' defend.
the first triumph for the Confederate hall was profusely decorated' flags.The K. BUSH his wife; and Bans Construe.ho ., the Issuance of" Letters 1'atent accord' pear :nt1.hebhf"\ 1 complaInt" : '
,, Company a corporation d.I..d- tog to law.AHT1CL.H. : said cause idld.r .
arms, Sherman's devastating march] program was,-started by Hon Don't .neg-lcct the'home' garden. a,'. ,"ntlnl In tho Circuit 1. The name of this corporation list day of on or h.rOrl. D. *.
'to the' sea, the burning pf Atlanta S. S. Griffin, chairman of the entrc- Frosts' and frosts the Judicial Circui of th.. shall beKMHIMMKB erwise the allegations. of said 111 bill .

the siege of Petersburg Lee' surrender tainment commit'ee, who paid a tribute nay come -may go State of Florida. In ald r.r O.leola VALLEY nAZKTTKAjiTICCK betaken aa confessed. by said defend.
to. Grant the assassination of but the war and the necessity for' County In Chancery the. ulderMII. .'I 2. The'I"neal office and I .
< to the guest of honor, called upon ai Special Master In (' B..I principal pIned this corporation .It further ordered that this order,
lYesident1 Lincoln the Rod clays of Dr. W. II. Cox, state hei.lth: \ officer:. .raising l crops seems to go on forever. at public outcry, for cash In hand, I shall be In Klsslmmee. Onceola be published once a week for eight
,} Reconstruction and the final ''redemp who delivered the invocation and then the highest bldd.-r. at the front door ol .,County, Florida, but tho board of .onM.culh.t weeks In the Klsslmmee
tion of the South by the Ku Klux i hat Court House In Klsslnitnee, Countyof dlrplt"rl may establish branch officesIn galley; newspaper published
l introduced Hon.. R. K. Maguire who LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS nlC"IR. $tat. of other places from time to ilmo as said: Uo"n State
.Klan.A . presided as toastmaster. Air 'Maguire the legal hours
deep and abiding love interest is assumed this role at the las* 4th day of March. A. l>. .tIlls, the fol. .; 1. This corporation. shall.I (Ct.CUh'al J. f. OVERSTR BET.
"t'I\A'd the incidents taken from minute the illness of lion.' 1'0 4 1114 t IT 4 o( HT. "MI't'lK 41*' 10wlnN dtKcrltx'd iimpeilv; exist perpetually. Clerk Circuit
on owing/ to I.OHIIt. *. HI.a iiii:: .11 ""'1 \ I. l..t ( 6) of Hl.ii-k Six (4) of Rob.ermm's ., IITICL.K 4. The general nature of Krlbbs.A 11..d, Court
Thomas Dixon'n/ story The Cluns W L. Tildcn, county solicitor. who 4 1114:I IT. 4I..4 Kill 4-4,1 :NTt Addition to. liiiTowi nUI1" The splendid acting by the was to have. been muster of' cere 1 % IIA.N4: C''-:11\ accordlnw to, t he plat ii l.-iI In I bn to aequl print i '
.notable cast assembled by !Mr,' Grift monies. the 0111' of the Clerk of the I'lreul and circulate or otherwise deal with 1\ TIII4inn IT roi'KT or :
for'"The: Birth of U.' I.. I'.....,... 01111'1.1..1 .r 4 Bceola County, "'lo'' nnv newspaper or n"wBpap.1 or otherpublications 5iK'\' I'TII: JCIlI'IAI. 4'IHOI'IT :1
t tith a Nstion"should I 'The toastmaster calleI'upon lion. ,N, I'u,'haM'r to, pay for deed. And . .al'rcm NrA-I-Il 01 l-'l.oltli)4. I

not go unnoticed. Henry BViilthull ."' W. If. O'Neal, president of the Fair 111I.... \0'. I'.....,.. l>..I......... Hated Januafv. 2< FOil O"oL' ('MLt_
\ . recognized as one of the and lion. Jas. L. (Giles mayor of Orlando II I appearing b)' aTlila\ll I uppendccto I \ I. (.I.\W".OII. and general Iublah..r: to carry on I TV, IM. CtH"I. ;
the hill I nil-it I In the ahostalcd I Special arid when It desirable, the
.hal .
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before
foremost players appearing l who delivered brief addressesof .
: I' llmmmrm.
'or (
(vamera heads the cast, then there welcome. In introducing: governor therein named IH a SiItI-1'.1-. for 4'iniplnlnant. ' 7-fil' ". statlaneriti .photographersphotographic .
arc Mae Marsh; Lillian Ciish, '.Miriam Mr. Maguire praised him highly lent. ..f the State of Florida. and. is ariHlilctit printers advertising ttl. Steve.. sad .J. a" t-mmtfr> Defend.ants. -
MI'I'14-K K i\i.:<-| T4MIKor n Ken IB, to undertake and transact 111kinds
Cooper, Ralph Lewis Joseph) Hena- l (md was vigorously applauded. of Klrhluntl.) Ktate of Washington .
"
l-'lnnl of buBlness relative to tho gathering by -"Idavlt
lllharurl .Ipearln.
(
: o\ er the ago of tuvnton ... appended
1.el")'. George Sieigmann, Mary. Aldcn The. governor in- his characteristic M'Hrs. It IH therefote ord.-tcd thai Itahl and distribution of I Ilrormalol to 1111 ," In the above-state.il

Raoul Walsh, Spottiswoode Aik"n. e1qque.nt manner delivered a stirringrereived IKUI-.I 1".1"l -iit. defendant h.! and, he i InFriday I. C..t .I C..nlr lo........ 0..01.I of -\ery sort and kind to R."e cause J. O. Lanler. one of the de.

., ,J(,* ,'hhin.f C r.o well nnd manv'.. ill, ) "r.rfAo" .p,>>.tJ: : r '1'1I' : ' '! 11""hy..r"ql/lE'd.J.O..f.I".t\lt....., ;, Jtl11".n"rrtlUIlIt' I .' =_ t.t, hl ; a t.I'! Vlrl91tHf .. (-('i'JlSimJSJKfMVBTOJl. -jf SX :w ''ic'b'\i 'i'ft tJ'ttII' "'w1rnl'1\< i-fIl'" .. the 22nd day uf' March In re'K-tnH- i.issie '1..1. fftMUr, f ftuc sequinsiti.. (pane, hire II"'I than sixty days .
to the; ensert.ble- "W6 are all\ doing our bit in America A: n. 1HIK' otherwise. 'j allegations police |h.'r..b> wlien to l.n..m mill dviil In .paiu'r paint In KM. print heat prec'ccding. order of itubit.I4ttiOI -

,*' asserted (he governor, "so that of ....1.1 I lilll will be taken an coufc-siscd I It may .o..rn. that on the SlHt Aknt \ frnnic'tt, bookS. mairaKlneH. publicationsnt .. and that his address Is Camp
we may go over the top in France." h)' Miild defendant.Il"lii . J itiy. A. I I. I HI1 I apply to tin .w np poi ", pampnlots maps c tmrtf \.I.r. Macon. Georgia ; over the age
futtlxT orilvii-il (hat., lhM orcU-i' honorable. M. :Murphy Juduv of Bill.enuit '-tigravi I ittfis IHhoKraplm elchllll went v-ono years; I theretoI'
of the low of the ordered
'Ic then spoke! cost that .
said .
J o. .
l he publinlicd( oiue u wvck lor r..ul' "H' JuII" of lroittfur in) ".CUtM. eloctrot> pen* .1'(1).1... and
draft in this state. and paid tribute <.i>imffutl\I weiku I In tin. I KlxHliniiiviVallv.v I llnal .itoh..tgt nN Kxccutur of thiestate 1''ot..I'.hl'l. prints .holollho writ phi ho 'II hereby required to .ppear to the
fo' all\ who had so generously assistedthe I I tlnr.i'tte. a ti.t'Hpapi-r, .publlBlic-i. I nf Ijlcrli- MOHI.l.'C.aBed. : amthat I .I.'u' Ilcl \. ..col 'lUl of Complaint Hied cause
BunnellBarclay In ttald government. 10. 14th I day of Fcbiinuv. I 1Uiic'uit *. my final iiccoiintM n. ICx.--iitor of M"I""Ht. I .vi'i* pi.O..RI or It'net'sNOt; the mututuny March, A. I. 11.18. otherwise the all..
:Mi. Lewis O'Brvnn of Kis..immee. ,. Coot j. .,u (IVI.KSTUII-T.: .. .. and ...'k for I th.linppioVaU be 1".01.0.'h..th..'i* now oxintI gallons' of said" Dill will be taken as \
chairman of the district board of ex- tlo.all) C'lcrk X'lreuH Vourt. Jilted Janu.irv' 2".I t h. A l I I lil IN. I Inc or h""ln.r .d\.r"d, "t* Invmili <1 olt".R..d J It Is IM' sold defendant
millions made a short address full 1 I.1,'l"". & I"It.'I.1"I"lIl'It"'M NOOI.1I141.I4L"US.. >d.: and aiot'sl y to rnrrv m th be further 01'1'.0 that this order
Co. I \ f.II' Cmi 1,1111'I ,It ii'. ti-41 I 7-toninlini I'XI'l'lt< ItisIteas of 11Int'r.< ntnl IOIIOPH. hoof published a week for four
"I.
and and loud-
Realty | ""-11"TH" i.lt.l.-n-.. lit ,ht'UruptUM'H' I'lOOktiltidoiHi In the Klsslmmee
.. \- cheered., )Dr "ox asked. for fuller Mil II i': 4.r i\i,4: i 'lIlt -\ti. I'ol \> 11 l': I.ll\, I1:1.1: ,;". "t"'O''R.| rti l's .Hltilfitrn i i. ... Valley On..U., a newspaper published
j>- ''rittion I between the people and I Kttr I'lnnl I>|M..b.....! It'QtylI.'l'M| bi,)'olf. iti...ri "-ti't-l..l.o' ) | nn'" In said, 4'ounty and Stale.
he slate health hOllr' Jiulu**, 4Mc'nilMI ink "- ,ur..IU.I'M t 4-tiKiiiV4 i s nn"< This Slct day of January. A IX 118
....Dtr. "Mslc ..I Klorl.lu.In . The ilt\t i-x.iutUi- iinunilli... of"; ,tin ItO i.l .,' s f'II"UI J. I,. OVKRHTRKKT.
Bank of Orange I 'Ial'A. SalTord declared that here- "whl.i mniis' l.H rt). ,nut l rc<.entlan., .' ITh'I.K: fi. Thin. ,"..mnt of th*, 'I''U''I !" 11 """. Circuit' Court.

'ftvr( men and! \<'!>mMi should! serve r.> i.:..ls4r of .lobn \\ ml4bi .. .-, tin f.II."II.> ."I f"r i"II.lal t oirether.The ;.Ni.tlre; In hviuhy ''''V''I itn nil whom "white niall'B 11"1'1 lThi : I.I 1"lf,'.." Thoumim, yi.IIiut's. .1\ld..c Solh'I"\ for 1'oirtplnlnant t-St
Orlando Florida wm then brought to 'It HIM IKIIK-1-III., tllllt. oil till 1 I iHt .1.. \ l.1 f I <'ll\" oti.- .ut. (..1".11.... nf ,tli. into. 01' h""ch',1. nnd, lIft \'. sbt. .1 l\ 4 IT '
program / 4 411
.\ \uutlHt .\ l II l 11'1. I xhall ii.l\| | to "wlntl- iiiniiH. I < ll\' ol I PR" % n1u of (" llumli" 1 )oll.r' .11'I$ IIT. MO\I-\TH JU. ;
'
i c'n ,i', many deiiring to' view the tin. II.in..mill.-. M. :MUH.,|IV. Ju.i",-'<>rK t' i.sitnti.I I ," 1.1)) ,1 .".1 'p.v'Ide foiholdltiu I t',,It Anv, pat t 41 al I.) of tin, Id, rnplta 1 .I'l I. 4 1114'I IT. <'KOI.AUlllla'm _- ,
"air" ....ind attend the "Iinooln dpy 'ex I'.l ..ult. IIH ..111.IllOf !HlOllJIIf., fillnit ,. a "\> hit. I"'H" ("rl.n1"'" i-1i'c' I Ktock.! innV .h.. 111.1 fcl I n I..i.t' > ('Ill Sli .'U' "
erodes. . Jlnnl. I illsc'IIIIIH.iis I'x.t".r\ | hi lion I.. Inhi Id, In Ih.' city of i'iNsin! I In ..i 01' s.l'VlCtM tit i JtlHt valuatfotto I I
-- -- Ann those from" out of th" rit' ,..HUH.nf, John U'. yiiiltli: il.-ceiiHi-.l niei I In "-0"1.1.,1''lh i thw I.IWHtin n I b IM> Ix.1 bv I ". I it ti'p.t't., .t,,, at ,' 4J. IVlkh.mVenilnole .,
.. ng ."..1 I Ito t nt thu HIIIIII- time I I will I I I pre- Stat 1.1"11.1. 'iI ,prlinai libe m..I.I .I 11d for (bat purp )H*'. -"N. ;
Httemling the atTnir were ICditorlani H,nt "'\' llnal nri-iinntH tiM ix<-<.iitnr ufinM l r .Id ,lu'lnl ( Ii.> houis flx.-d, bv law, .\ ': t. The hiJMliH-MH, nlYfilix nit land A e. The Dining Ret m of the l i> !fiiiii t'V.. Ward of Ki"..nntrn'i" i-Kialf t iiml ask f.ir.llu-li I, iii t.|iroulMutiil I for the holdlniir, of ..I..I"M, ..n Saturdnv hi. ,' )IJ,0I'ut, I I mi...h"1 b*' ,>,,"clup..1 In J..ln Melir: ., 'It. 4 loud .ILrei.p.
; I Dr. Kowell. Jacksonville Times- J lOll titiy 21.I A. I li. 1HKTIIUKSTON I , M.I lob, 2. Kill, nominal I lot, II I liotird. nf d I.ri-It C1H of not I"M"'I h.1 .meat....,. II.t's.t.pse I 115' ?( (St. ( ,.. .
ManhattanIote1 I '. ;. S SMITH.: of Candida I... for oil t' elective ..lTle"'I.I. t tIn < t hrt .k iu>, ".... t fin n H"1 I..hk.
'on .1.! L. Dillard) Winter Garden the .
; ; g-lirtii tit! _,_____ lOx.: .iut.ir.of t I votf-d for nt I h. general I election t.he v\ ItT It'I..l7.. ''lit" annual 'in.-ctlntfr I Il l.t.'d".r. Seminole t.and &
L.V.. Tilden. Tildenville; J> l\\. Sad1er "h..Id In Bald city of' KlBHlmmee 'onSatimlnv. of tho HtorfttHildcrH I bo oit > 11'.1..1 Company John' McHlroy
Mhnl 1.1
Is Now Open i Oakland : A. K. CarterTilke1: : ",nd: .,,,_..,.. ..I' .fiq. I'-.... ..Irt ..I .b. Statt , Miirch S",. 191S .ho llrnt Mon.lay In .Inl"" acl and It 1,0.... H. l.hk"r:

W. II. Cox, Tallahassee: :Mr..d!: : PU's. Klurlilii. IKI ""..r..t Oni-rols <|imllllHll.ini. of iiri firs .-.,. at'hi'h hifettirir i tbt-r** sh iii' IxiulH.al'I..arl..1.. fr.n the all.Javl of
:-gr: R. B. Savage Owner and !Mgr. t'oiint'. i.s.-, and nnl\I those 1.'M.n.. Bluil I II t In. ,.1.1.1 3 R..I from thn stock It ol.1 .. 1IR8e)'. one of th
Lewis O'Bryan Kis I HIIIVKM. ; ('apt. B (loriicr Utuit "inrr ,"> I be -rmltted I I to i4 it ia I, or |inrtlclpi|'(I. '*i.A a boa,I'd of til rc-ctorn for the <*nHuliikf ant's .lh.l..rM. tlmt In hi. belief you, :
M. Sims, (Ocoee) ; A. C Starbird Apop ,N. I In th> inanaRi>ni<\"I of R.I. prints>, )...1'. The- board. of dlroptortMO "c'nlnol. & Investment Company
ka: Alessis. Pledger and WIlson KIimm'e ;' %,.N i,lnlrd Finnic* 1'"h'l..h.r" %0'. ,-. ,'I"c.t i I.,. who art* .whl. ,.. u.hd rlcf'tod "h.1 nieot .hnm.dlal..ly follow the State c-orporatlon under the laws of
I Editor Claude Johnson ft"loud I l, i"lari,. theli' "dhe. .,. th.prln.ipl., b In K 'I Hi.. nin. nt of thi. xtork of \Ir.lnln. having your
il : T.I I lh<- .\.BColatv.l Music' PulillHhcl! .s of and orfiriinlKatlnn (if' II. "whie "an'R" h..1) annual i niVetlnK I and Hlu.1 I ..r- Ilhwll'1' the City of
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and many otheis. :o..w'ork.. party I II -the citY uf KIMMI", '-... .s'I hiare 1..1". by electing f'ol owl I'ashbtgtin. l n. 4nnd that you. John
The .committee in hnrge of .it Vou Mill |il -n.r take "..II.... that suit by the Ian-* of i the pit y of KtHslmmee ,I ," .r iirenldont. vloo-preiild ttt'l.iioy\\' arq a resident of I he City of'M'I'llon.
l uncheon and entertaiimeiit w!:.-. 1'>. liaK h..-.. Instituted In thin c'ourc.mnliiHt lawful electors, who have on .01before I 8..1..1..10' .,0 tr'Rlur..r. but the Bam(' ( n. .C.. and that YOU .
GORSON FORPIER S. chairman .1 \ >'uu by attachment and the- February tI. 191 >tt, paid theli I l perftott nin offlco of nfcretur) l.ehken are a resident' of :
Griffin ; tl. Tucker, wilt l.-vk-d upon t Ito followlnir ,il.-m-illi- poll taxes for the ). JXI6 and 11)17) and trnnnurer.AUTU'MO the WrP f \\Vnshlnirton |>. c. and
j. F. Ange. A. T. Walker. Jas. Liles. ",. that 'Its " other t
.d! inoperty In Uscpola Cpunt. Klor- who have reirlstered up and Inclu.l- ft. The stockholder of State! person ; this
(: J. M. Cheney, R. L. flyer and Ida litic March 1st, II1. and who pledR4themselves thin' corporation shell at the first an whom the l.rvlc.. Of a subpoena upon .
1 W. M. Glenn.-Orlando Sentinel. THO cases of music suppuac-il to conInln to abl.. by III reRul ol I nunl' "". or*' aa noon thetear.r a* In bin' .. bind any of you. and that
SELLS one I'ntlu. Phonograph. 14 rocoiflp said primary)' ... and the .,rlu'U.al. adopt the n..ea..ary *I roy and.I.r you the said John HfcEI-
vhei-t music. nominees thereof at Jhe clt.> for I llo'governni.'nt of thin corporation i U.orl' H. Lehkeiare each
Thi Quinine That OKI Not Affect the H* dBecause You 'are therefore commanded'to ap I' election. e"Hulnl AHTK'L.K I. The hlfrh"-Ht amount orIn..lpc' over the 21 yeara.

ol II* tonic and laxative .11<<1. LAXA-' pear and defend against aald action! , clu.ln..I.D..I 4'nndldoles ".," liability .to which thlifeorfroratlon&fthall i You and each of you are required
Fire, Life Accident and T IVR SROMOQCLNINEbettertbanordn.ry: % ttiyI4ottti-t'JW lim M KIMMlmm..elll..td..m.. . :.." Tho..I."n" tion I vj hosq p""Monl''hnl.4' nt..anye Ime.j nu"dpntlal ''PPI'ar4Invthl.C..urton March 4. ;,
ulnioe and doca not cit... nervouanvea Dot 1.J"nd'.y..l\Ia rch .,4th. I Bl8.111JorlllJudKllIw I bet permitted I ton berom4offlcesi !a"I..1"8eI0! j"I.hllllh, th sum r "'If.en Thou :191:;9fci2iJU: } !?illJL<'tfi.complalnt herein.
na.lnrr In head. .Mpm..rabfor.h. lull name aod ,"' ./ b "der'd agaitst uu I b toi belS\'oted | fopB I primaI "ollrRI _nl.I Tliis j.
lIealthl/Plate Glass Lia. look lor tha aiunature ol K. W ( &OVE3oc.. d..raultIV"I ela'tions. whopiedgtiii-nisoiesl5 : ." ntil th first IsTlIlIbWlfUffii' J< .rd'r Shall he published I In the j.to

&' \". '\" ,jh il.\W\I.\ '''''&.. .i's''' M'J.i '' I" ''\"" SOUR-. :, ACID -STOMACHS" !,. !,!)UJC..p \ under. m h 4d seal Jan wriilttgjO prlmarye-Ieellonssn.1" . lh psultnf support. I nl ho(I uiffalrs' i-A lofithlsin thi4businsssand* 'orporatlon shall luru l t'erj l isslmni..4valle iibiis ..sVe\rUIc7un\ya'F"lor\ \ | ..

: biIityandBoilerInsuranceLegal .- ( )' I'tlclal ' ).f. If. PORTI-lt.- nominees thereof f who" are qualified "ton due ted 'I h)* I the1 'oUowlnl.nam.I '"I i Idaoncnpatwee'%iceks. !, > far fourFconsecutlveV1TNKSS ,
GASES OR INDIGESTION seal I) Justice ot the, IVare. under the laws of the State of Florida! 1 pernons' : W, n. F 1 1I' \ .
Bonds Executed K-41 and city of Klsslmmee to hold office. : Van. Agnew vice-president.: K. O : Ih my hand and the seal of
Office be Killed Vans. secretary and tr..aRur..r.1w..h'h .snld Circui Court this day
AKI.W. St
"Pape Dlapepain" neutralizes excessive '\0.1..10...' AI'I'I.IC"'r.o 'Olt TAX Each 1.I..t..r elector In the city. of Klsslmrmciquullfled I Ra.1 oll..n.lhal constitute the ; of .. 191 $. '
Same Day Needed. acid' in stomach relieving n.IJ to vote In said primary i lee hoard dlrel'tor. Ct. ('t. f'al J.. 'U OVERSTnERT
dyspepsia' heartburn and tlon shall have the right to \nte In I AHT1CI.K 11. The names and residences : Clerk.
Notice In hereby given that 8. f.. IlerKrt said primaries for: of the Huhacrlbera to thesiarticles Miwsey Wa i-low,
distress at once. ad Ui-orxe: W IHikipureha. erR. One ..and'd.t'' for ninvor of Incorporation., together will Hols for 4'omplalnant '.4
ill Tux Ortlncutp N... 173 dated the fikhdav I One candidate for clerk. the nunihnr of shares of the capital
OFFICE: State Bank Building6tOOOOO.'OOO.OOOOOOOOOO. Time ill In five minutes all BtomacK of July. A. U. 15)16 have tiled said I One candidate for treasurer.On t stock subscribed by each, set opposite IV flll4IT 4'4 I'I4T. 0.
diRtr.-. due to acidity will go. certificate in my office ami havii made candidate for marshal and tax his name. are as follows, FMIIIIIIA. ""1'1 .Jtni4-i
No Indigestion heartburn sourness or application for tax deed to ISBUC In I collector.Two No. of C..I.L.. n'' -.. C'OVNT1.?
.belching of eructations of undigested accordance with law. Hald rertincnteeniliraceH candidates' for members of Cll>I Name Residence KharesW I ( '%( "
/ gas or the following described I Council for two years each H Harris, KliHlmmee, Fla. ,
... food no dizziness, bloating foul property, situated In Oacoolu Couifly Five m.m..r. of ecutlve committee I F. K ."'ans Ai''' KIRHlmm... Fla 11, ..MlH,. V. Kro.4, 4',_pl.I.....
breath or headache. Florida to-wit for one yearTime K <1. Vans Klsslmmee. Fla. 74 a.4.raee
Tape's Diapepsin is noted for itsnpeed B'4 lit 4P4( Section 30 In Township for ftusiifrIu, IN WITNKKS WHKRKOF: we have 1 A. ...,. OefrBdaat.toItihPliTmr"H .
M. TILLER in regulating stomachs. 21i10>'1 h. Ha nICe 27 Kant. Mach 'p..r8.n d.RI'ln. to have blf hereunto set our hands and seals this by alldavl' app.ndel
upset The said land being asBeaaed at thi. name printed on .primary election 24th day of Janlary. A. P. 1918. h'd In .
It Is the sureHt quickest stomach sweetener dntv of iBBUiinci- of said certificate In. ballot as a candidate for any city office n cause that Orace A. Frost the defendant -
ReaJLCjMLM5.c-! ? I= = in the wl.ole world and bolides it the name of 4" M. Candy. Unl's. Raid I shall file with the chairman of thi, -l'. .ii:. VANS AONKW the therein' named Is a nonresident of
Slatof
certificate K. O VANS AONKWSTATI3 Florida and Is a
is harmlc8a. Put an end to stomach Bhal be redeeihed al'l..rdln.I committee on or I..tor. February 2"19IK. I of New York resident
to OF FLORIDA Il' State of York,
\law will issue on, his notice of and application I
ilitresi at once by getting a large fifty in care "' A,
Kellogg at No.
the ) ot March. A. n. 19IR. to binname )ss. 30
Realty bought and sold.'I. wilt case of Tape's Diapepsin from any Ilh'da J. L. OVKItSTHKKT.. upon a h..p to lie. furnished<. printed by' tin I tI COUNTY OF OSPKOI.A ) .llroad. tr..t. over the age of twenty-

Houses rented.Taxespaid :mug store. You realize in five minutes ,1..81 Clyrk Circuit Court. sceola chairman' of this committee, and ar IIK, IT KNOWN, That before me. I Bald.e years: It therefore ordered that
Indi- i County .Fioridatiat the of his the undersigned, lolarv public In and nonr..ld..t defendant be and she
how needless it U I to suffer from eompnnlod by amount as ; : 1M hereby
and Title verifi stomach dis _HyS I H. HI'MxirK. Ji 1 c. ".8Rm..t. as specified below nnd m I for said ("nunty antI Stat.p.rsonait'. of required to appear to the ,
dyspepsia anV
\\Zp tion. or hil ri'mpiaintflied In saidcause
name of any such .. "' shnll b( 11"I'lr.V.| | H. HARRIS. F. K VANS; I
for non-residenti. order cauBi-d( tiv forrm-ntatlon due to )IP'lICl-; TO ('IIKIUTOHHIn printed upon or. counted' or return1,!I* ,\Oo.I\V'anI; ; : ":. <1 I. VANS AONKVV, tome March or t".torp, . ?Monday the 4th day of
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Fire. Life and Accident In excessive, acid (jn stomach, It prlnl.d upon cIty mien ballot Ullles w.1 known and known to me to b.th. gallons of ISIS 0Ih..wI8e the alle-
+. - ---- .+ .(ourt of 4 he ('".1'' Jud... Ospeola4'ouDlr provision have been com- .- vl.Junln nam.-d In nnd who subscribed confessed said bill will be taken a.
surance. Seal. "'Iorld. lilted with. .hRI their names to the f"r g.al.III"Jro""et by said defendant.
JOHN WHITE r. CO. It IB further ordered
that
Form of charter, and a. kIOwl'dled this qrder
Indemnity Bondl.I LOUlaVILLE.lty.: In K.ta<. of I). N. "D"".' 1'h. votlnir In said iiaitol'r I .'x''u tot, the sa ,be publlshml once a week for four con-
.., To till Creditors I.egateps. lilstrihutfi chit II- ho by 0 rat nnd second, choice hal; I, I'lUrpoMcs theieln I ..x ,rb-'sa..l. lien u4'uiiiweeks In the Klsslmmee Val-
.. . .OO ; OOOO .OO.I Liberal aaortnwM nnd nil persons hllVll1 4'lalmior lot. In compliance with the prnt'Isloniof \11:11 I: mv h.ne and offl.lal steal 'b.x-tto. newspaper published In
and lull valU4 paid Demands aKalnst ,Ii-, the state prlnmrv, laws. and th' nt K"IMI"I"| -"-. $'' and State aforeBiil.l. HIII County and Ktate
This
I 'iott. mid each of >'ou, 11'.- hiichno- names of tin- candidates for enrh of(lei I thin 21th d.iv, of January)', .\. I January Snth A. n, I9H
... o.O..O'OOO.ooo. : I I 11.-i and ri-quln-.l I to ISIS. 3. 1 OVF.RHTfltcleT.
.o..o. :. i FURS t pn-m-nt amInlnis shall be .printed on tinbnllot In alphabetical i ((-'I Ct .
Clerk
'R'nl
Circuit
and
; <.m"nd. which )''. m,I order W t fnAWI"ORT. Kililtilyt Court.Holleltuia .
Hid. ... .'lthi r of >nu. may ha\i. C'.n'aM" 01 ;Notiiiv lull. Ilnt. l'to'I.I. at STFFn.
X "BtHttOf II H. Austin. Illal"MI.lh.. The committee I"'In', nt I ".. -.., .. .
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I C.W. GRIFFIN j O.at SkIns__ nt. om-eola I'fiuntv, ...1..1.d""IM..I.. to thun. o..I..k I'. m. tin' the MI.I, duy" of March.'; ., r'ti 2":11. I / /-4 ><>ri4M 1.S
d.-riil')ti M,,d executor H.. |1,1) "-5 I It Ii- 1118! ) In (the I'llv Cnunill chnmbi-r' 0. K\i'X-rTiui!! JOI FINAL
:t. r. KRIBBa. W. 3. :3TBBI Hltliln two )','arR from tindati. hereof Ih. of Kisli..t.antI puhllclx MIIKi: 111 4 II p-Ji'l'iltN: DI!I'ItA It G K.f .

KRIBBS & STEED Imtcd Kebiuary 4th) .\. li 191 $ cnn<'I'll' tbe r.-turns. 1n 1 "C'I.t'da"*
Staple and FancyGROCERIES:: 41. IA1'STIN.. with I t.h(. prlniarv <-l-.f.llol law of ,l1.rilii. : I. I'oiirt of the 4 oiinty .Jiiilcci. . V|.te olPiorlls r n fniinty,. Judite'n (...rl. ON..oI. Commf .
ATTOrtNKYS AT LAW s"st Kxeculoi' : nnd cl..I.r. what Candidates bav' 1..1. . I "Stale of Klorltla.
ieen nomliijited. for each (.fli,'*- \'Ot.-(I i ir" In r*> 1:.1fi .t.er&l business of all kinds, rive In 4 ... .1 ('ourl.tmlf of ...1..1... !Sri'- ,i. ntvd tinrhalinmn In.1 R..dnry I 'To all larsarrt IC. .
( Judicial "' 'ml I II I'orHonn ,lffln datmH Ko.I.a.d..rf.
attention. 'iri-ult. r<;(ilii this <'ni>imllliiwithin) two tr ... *
prompt r..nt .irllfv' bIte names ot tlieM, or I irtHiidH. aiftilnHt nnld, 'Mutateoii :
Ofncea 11 and 12 State Bank Bide.Klssiminee. IV <'II\N: ( RHV "f'r., hll ,',cl\lni I I ." the nomlnntloti, I nnd. ,"'h ofnn.. ai<' h,'r<.bv notlf..1 Notice
i Florida. ",""-" I-:. Piran. 4 nnipliilonnt rnr''.I.a.nffli'.- to Iiidiv, ..th'Iii.r I. ,.irnl.. r. 'uil to 'ltt'Os'flt a'l' II max coni-i-rn Is ,hereby that given to al whom I
N N. ,i H an'I u, in,",", w liti h \on, on the I day of
i tin i nf I this I, ,1.0 or . ,
Free Delivery to all ParU 1,1"1",1" an "i"lln. vi ii v \ i >. 1&1K w. will
I':. ,, apply to the
11) n. Itrfrndant.It 'i.itt> r", orflf.a to beote.l r".t the .f \ 'Mi tiuiv. I ti i\ i .1 irnliiMt I tin. Il Ion., T. >r'. :Murphy, Judirn cxf said
of the City --- uiii'-inl, I l li-.ll.ui t ,|I' Inh...l-l :.Man, h 3".. i. l.it"f .1"1., : l'hllll'H.[ ,1""I"-| 'IH JII.IHof I'robate. for our final Court dl. !
a tin l }. of -
.ti
i rpi-n r .by nII."I'I npir. ndi-il HI'. -i. IHC..I. 1'1.,1.. t'., hnrBe as Kxerutorsi of the estate of .
to th. bill til, ,1 I h, Ih. al.ov.Btat..l) I II.- uiul* I'MlufK'-l ,ICx; i nior,' of H.,ihtHt.iti. Maiirnret 1' Kochenderfrr .
'M..nt. deceased.
.O -Ho o--- IUIBB tlmt,, H i; nr\an.". the defendant' 1 Pnr the purlins" of d..rrn'lnc.the erifnHifi ' '. \\llli1n. I t\\o y.a iirt I tl" tind.tt'., uirii: l thut at the san:., time we will 1 prc-- Til I
hi-i.-ln iiiiiiufl IB a IKIII-I, 'nBldent of I, of the |irlninieleitl'iii.,. In.lul.In I".lMi ofI'atii. ent our llnal accounts as Kxecutors of i
'*-v the stat of Kloilda and IB n renld.nl tin- pa* m.-lit, of I liiHpe'-torH nnd I I '-''. nih.T, 2 lib., A l 1 '.17. s41.i' "Hn'.p! and ask for their appro\aL \

LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW of I'hoenlx. State of Arizona ",'..1' Ih. ,' ,> prlutlnir,' or li.itlotN. Mr. the ful- I'WI'I I'MILMI'S. lintod November dth. A. I>. 1917 .
aA" of Iwe..ty-.n. years. It IB thor.-- lowtnl. 1""R.nwnIR, are 1f'I.1 alal".1. I ,;-'t Hxtcutor CLARA M HUTSOX. .
fore that said non-reKldi-iil' for the W. M. UUTSON, '
varlo.
(cierendant be and he In hereby ri-quit'- "r"Mp"I.nIlat". : Kltlt IM \1ION
.nll:1 11.1' "ulor.
ed ti 'V CRAWFORD
QUO > appear to the bill of complaint :Mayor, fl\e dollars, n .
Waring; Building. flit il 1n said cause on or before Friday "clerk. five dollars I. 'the 4'lrrnll ('..... Mlalr of Florida. Attorney for Executors. lmra 'f
he 22nd
day of February. A. I). ISIS. Treasurer tl\r' dollars Krirath Judicial I Irculf. 4>scrolaCoumtr '
I- BONESRUBBER otherwlee' the allegations of said bill I :Marshal and tax collector, five dol' ADMINISTRATORS! OTICK
. will be daken ** contfBca. by laid. lars IN CIIANCKHV !
DR. J. A. THOMPSON COPPER efendan lImb.r City Cotn.l. 'wo dollars. I. ('....t of County Judge. S..le.t '
I I. further ordered that thls.ordi>r IrBdHk-lllakIa as.f Jomlmm DIskI., his t Florida
be publahe once a week for four The following 1..p..I. and rlerk' wife, (0..1.1..ait9a. "
OSTEOPATH TIRES \
BRASS .ons.cutlve l woka In the KlaBlmme are hereby designated Insp"clorl to conduct the . !. .. Katale, of George n. Talamaa. 1
Yowell-Duckworth Bldg. Phone 494 Valley Oasette. a I.. 4.. Powell ..d J. P. Phillip ..d J.In Oseeoia'C.ui.Iy
TUBES LEAD newspaper published said primary electionInspectors : 0 J
In said I.fc.d.fsIt I
County and State. Orrarre4
H N. Mratton If. O. VansAnnew I
ORLANDO FLA. ROPE SCRAP IRON This Utb day of January. ISIS J. K Lupfer. appearing I by affidavit appended i It N tlce li heic-bv given to all whom !
Circuit J. L. may concern that on the SOth day of
OVERSTREET Clerk: Edgar Km* to tae bill II..d In the above-stated I
I KRIRBs'i'STEED01"" Circuit CUrtSollcjkpr \V. C. TlAfS. Chairman. cause that L. Powell and J. P. PhIllips April. A, D 191. I shall apply the '
O. P. O&Tr.t$ 1-1 Honorable T. .
rat .Jabnaton SEND rr TO U$ WE RO'IIT' PIOnmY '. two of the defendants therein Court. aa Judge 1lurphy. Judge, for of sail my "1

JOHNSTON &: GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW tor Complainant4t AHTICI.K1 OP I\4-OMPOI4TIOV 01'KISNIMMEE named' a'l non-residents of the State Trial discharge aa ,Administratrix of ..
Write For Pricelist I'MASTER' VA1.I-K.V G"ZKTf of 101'101. and are residents of Man- the estate of George B. Tatman deceased -
.
SAI.KNolle Colee County State of Tennessee : and at the same .time twill
I \PEKIKSII/A M5TALCQ. Notice t Is hereby given' that the un- the age of twenty-one present that Court my final accounts
Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citliani abI. Is hereby given that under eralixned will on the 2Bth day of Feb- years, It Is thlr.'or. ordered that sa dnonre.ldent I aa Admnll.lr trlx of said ..-
and
.. Building 651 C.BAT JACSOHvILLL.Ui by Virtueof a Final Decree"Injhancery ,uar)'. IsiS at 10 o'clock A. M., or as I be and are tate. and ask for their approval.
t &:1..111I11I_ Fla. ._ In the case of Al.1 Ie", Boon thereafter as .e can heard, hereby required to appear to the bill Dated October A. P. l"7.
joined by her husband. apply to the Honorable Sidney J CaIR., of complaint filed In said cause Ofl or Itb. uonniaotr.Admlalairatrx..
complainants, vs. Mary b Summers, Governor o( the Buta oC 'l .lo ; beCore Friday the 22n4! la o{ Kebru- nmo.. '
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EIGHT THE KISS1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY,. FEBRUARY IS, 1918

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? Request it made to all patron of the Valley Gazette to' tend item _;;; JPe.i61 srSpecial

T *t Society Events 'o the Editor for publication in thee colums. :

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TICA: At for.M-KY( : ('IA'U I MlSIU I :; ,AN: IXI'IM-.SSIO.\; : : I :.--::
.,I. V 4D1ts. : 'InnT\L:
Frank Uht-n ...was u clinrminK 1 + y
hounds Monday afternoon\ ontiMtuinintr Tho recital jrivtfn In the (Ifi/Zh, / K<'I li>iulI ;
her frlOnds'with 81'1 nftei'tiooii toant I Auditorium Friday night \\11; large);.
Country Club. :The afternoon 'lUlU-rldc-d by .relatives' and fril'l1d.It
the
was quite, informal and was' attended j'the pupils enrolled in the cxpi'p) !.tion'' For This Week and ;NextAll
Iiy about twenty-live guests. |nnil the music' dvpnrtmcnt of the .

+---.-- - ,,: .-- --':=-::-: ..'-_: ',... i,' school Tho" program alternated!t rerl; i lings
; PATUIoriC RAMA! ,' /hand musical numbers in a 'pl/ .;.sing
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11( arrangement was

(;.patriotic'A), H. hnll rally in,, the will Casino beheld building at: the loud young in people its |u-ui.se!, of the .efforts' of theI our 30c and 35c Ribbons, per yard, 21 c Panama Hats for Ladies the regular f, '
Saturday ,afternoon at :8:30:: under the i I v '
auspices of the Woman's Committeeof ,' "' Miss Elizabeth Aultman and Miss $1.75 kind for only 1.39.
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of Council of National Defense Myrtilla F. Heals, who instruct these ,
EveryoneInterested, in any patriotic I departmentsexpect to give ,these entertainments Widths.41.2 and 5 inches This isyour chance "
service should be )present at ,thin at Intervals to accustom White Shirts .Tpecial this week $1.19:
meeting when plans will be made ,for their pupils to appear before' an ,

the "spring-_drive.! "__----.: audience with ease .t to. get Hair Ribbons.Ladies' White Hose at the old price 15c and ; 25c

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L. PRESBYTERIAN' . -SOCIAL._ -..-+ CHM. THRIFT STAMP COM. '
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+ A- church social under the auspices Kissimmee, Fla., Fell''. 14,: 1018.! While -Pumps; low and high heels, 1.50 =, Silk Hose, for only, 49c
of the Indies'' Aid society of the Gentlemen:
Preabyterian'church' will be given tonight ll is with a feeling of appreciationthat ,
at the Hart Memorial Chnptor I announce the appointment of \ I
House beginning ot 7:30 o'clock. Dr. W. B. Witherspoon as chairmanof Don't forget that'we have just recently added Silks to
Thorough preparation is being made the I and doubtless tn elaborate program War Savings Stamps and Thrift
will be rendered cordiql, invitation ,Stamps campaign, and ask for your line of piece goods. ChinaJ3ilks. a JL l cglorsyc Sec! ,
...nerlllt"s.r theA4ffYt'hreti our }lii" ',,, x,
is extended to the friends and ('lIrnI'8t'ot's.r1ti9n.in\ order that #* : G 'i, >
.......... ... 1 :;wr: wjiE: ..;:, :.. ; . -. --JTjT TJWiyfJl* rl'+or't"tu'rrr'P! ,fMt *tY / .
....... .: : blt '-io':atteirdmthia rntertainmMtd.: .! { I1I1S"1fIl1t1'! ; 'tMtT1r'ft.inll' .. .
-- will not be any greater than i III : .

''LAUNCH RIDE AND J>lc Ct actually Just at necessary.this time we' are being urged : V .: : V 1 Where Your Dime Last Like Do/ a.ro.l.I ?
D1NNEK ,
..1.- _. 4. by the Tstate director to. establish V
A party of tourists enjoyed an out sales agencies in ever" Business
ing Tuesday on Lake Tohopekaliga, house in Osceola county. 'Please, .
visiting Oliver's'Island and later Paradise therefore give this feature particular
Island, where they ate a picnic attention. The' chairman will please DOLLAR' LIMIT STORE : .
lunch. They made the trip In Cnpt.E. advise mo promptly the'names'of such .
E. Fairbanks' launch Water Lily. agents in order that proper report .
The party consisted ofi! Dr. J: F. may be made to headquarters with- c. w. PERSONS COMPANY .
Mrs. out delay.
Moyer and wife, Mrs. Emmons
Brandt Mrs. Douglas Mrs. Brown D. G. WAGNER,
:and daughter, Mr. Dnd .M",. McCoy, Chairman Osceola County -1
Mr. and Mrs. Brad jenski. Dr. Dunville War Savings Committee.
and William lIank-in on: Committee: -- ---- . --- - .
They left their headquarters at the Hon. C. A. Carson sortment of candidates for both city CHRISTIAN CHURCH doing for our boys across the sees. I''enou'h',: amusement to last you a
Lincoln house about nine o'clock rnd B. E. Evans and county olt'iceswho are willing to Feb. 17, 1918. The ladies restaurant will be in year. lie brings four riding devices
returned home late in the afternoon C. E. YowellR. make Sacrifices to serve the dear Sunday school D:30: a. m, shirp. charge of the King I Daughters> Sun with him this year and a lot of other'
loaded down with grapefruit and oranges M. EvansW. people. Junior C. E., 3:80; p. m djy school class of the Methodist attractions. Everyone remembers
' B. CrawfordA. % Y. P. S. C. E., GI5'p.: m. church! and the best, of home cooking Johnnie Jones' visit last year and
J S. NelsonL. E. A. Guthrie and J. 'T. Dill of Den- I Preaching service, 7- p. m, subject: : I will be 'served here. looks forward with pleasant antici
+I FOR SNIPPERS | Paulk son, Texas, are making themselves "The Gospel Plan Unfolding./ I Xo fair would be complete withouta pation. "Johnny J'. Jones' Jolly Joyous
..1.' .L J. M. Willson Jr. quite at home with us, enjoying every A cordial welcome to all. Tourists schoo: exhibit and! the school children Jingling Jazz Jammers" is the
W. B. Harris day boating and fishing. They are especially invited. he iVfers the minstrel fea-
Mrs. G. W. Best entertained the"Snippers" nil over the county are coJlectinlfpecimel1s' way to
II. C. Stanford stopping at Ihe Lincoln house. of their work ture of the fair.
" with a pretty party at her !\ year's to'
.1. S. Cadel Mr. and Mrs. Frank Estey and Mr.. :METHODIST CHURCH
home The little folks place on display. There will likely
Saturday.
Dr. W. B. Withe-spoo Preaching ,by the Lor. Morninlt Take it all in all this fair promises:
made merry with games and the afternoon and Mrs. F. A. Lincoln motored to Jlas be athletic sports to add to the interests -
Talent. to be inspiration to one who
subject: "The Valueof Our an every
Sanford making
cliaed Wednesday, a stop .
with, refreshments. DEATH CLAIMS MRS. VAIL at. Orlando on the return trip aoti Evening subject: "Straying Sheep'" : enters its. gates along the. lines of
These loyal )little tots have been Mrs. Vail, wife of W. T. Vail, died found a live fair crowd on hand.. i Si"nucy; school at 9:45 a. 11 i.' J. L. Ov- Johnnie J. Jones Carnival shows patriotic service and of industrial development
'doing their bit" for Uncle Sam. They at their apartments on Sumner street erstreet Supt. Junior League: / at 3 will be on hand and will furnish .
have snipped cloth into shreds for Thursday morning after a serious illness ANNOUNCEMENTS p. m.. :Miss Alberta Kop-.on. Supt..
twenty-five ,comfort pillows for our of only a few hours. The deceased Senicr League at C p. m.Prbyermeetinfr :- 1 -
soldiSrs. These are used in the ambulance had been suffering from a FOR MAYOR Wednesday at 1 p. i i
\ trains and in the hospitals. complication of maladies for several I hereby announce myself a candidate .m., will be in charge/ of the Wotman's!
The guests enjoying the party were weeks but had improved sufficiently for re-election to the office of [ bible class with Mr. Busby a(! lead- ] FOR THE
Frances Bailey, Mary and John Satai- to attend the Lincoln's birthday memorial Mayor of Kissimmee, and solicit the er. All are invited" to these services. HURRAH
derson Eleanor Burrows, May Winn, exercises on Tuesday. On support of the voters in the approaching I J. D. SIBERT, 'T. C. L
Vivian Floyd, Eleanor and Henrietta Wednesday she went lit the G. A. R. primary. I
f ''Cunningham, Elizabeth and Nellie hall for a special service of the Sedg- JOHN S. CADEL. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Moore, Christine Louise r nd Frances wick Circle and was installed. as sen- Rev. O. B. Falls. D. 1)),, Pastor
May RogerDodd, Eunice and Madge ior vice of that order.. She was FOR COUNCILMAN Sunday school 9:45: a. nv., N. C. Bryan
Rivers Edna and Alma Kritz, Helen. stricken ill during the service and I am a candidate for re-election as I Supt, >'V I
j Winn, Eleanor Rosen and Delia loss.RECEPTION : was taken home. The end came about. CitYjCouncilman, of Kissimm ,., sub-j ', .''!li1'"J' -I"The
.. eight o'clock yesterday morning .;'"*,",$ ject;i,to I the rules of the,;approachingprimar fIiIJPreachlng11.: n'J'j)1' Service
. ROMA THOMAS: '
+ _L / ''I( re*uJBsiHSHi'U r,
1r ,, Funeral "service will not:: be), held ""
I TO TOURISTS tfV I I' until,,her.son H..C;' llorner'andiwifecan ;, EI., ,;FOiiMAYOBtt P PreachingatitZllJaiB c1J 1irarRpint.. 1
; $ "
T I ".WELL"1'ATTENDED,f'-1 I arrive from Montgomery"Alaf31Mr. ; We are authorized to announce the ed8 Questions.'' '" ,1>
+ < room Vail .has the sympathy of d name of G. F. KRIBBS as: a candi- Revival meeting ben.; Feb. 25.
A capacity crowd packed the wide circle of friends in this sorrow, date of the coming municipal primary I Rev. J. H. Dew, D D., of Ridjfecrest,
of day the evening Hart Memorial when the building Tues-to election for the office of mayor. I I N. C., will. do the preacliing.: Good And bear in mind while you are taking in the Fair that it will be to
reception
POLITICS WARMING UP lAlfSIlALJ\ND TAX COLLECTOR music. The public cordialy invited.
'
Winter visitors held.
Miss Elizabeth was Aultman presided You are invited to wor,(hip wherethe I your interest to riiii the Split Nickle Grocery and see how low we are
The campaign opens up this weekin I candidate for re-election whole gospel ih );reached.
I am a as
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'hostess and .
f as announced the' numbers ,.
I of an interesting program which several both of city our and public county spirited politics citizensare and \ Marshal and Tax Collector of Kissimmee ST. ,JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH selling good You are all welcome.We .
and will the of
was prepared for the diversion of the apreciate support '
in Lent
offering their services for some the voters in the coming, primary. First Sunday few Our goods all fint class goods
prices.
guests. As the date was the anniversary of the various offices to be filled in GEO. W. OVERSTREET. Minister in Chaige-L. H. Kirkby. ,quote you a are

of Lincoln's in'' birthday the thatv.nt. program this issue of the Gazette. I 8 a. m.-Holy Communion. and guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. We do not !have two or
: was harmony. with For the mayoralty Judge GF.. hereby announce myself a candidate 10 a. m.-Sunday school.]
Kribbs' will try conclusions with JohnS. for Representative in the Legislature 11 a. m..Ijvine service with sermon
Vocal solo. Miss Ella Mae Gilbert. Cadel. the present incumbent, both from Osceola County, sub- by the Rev. L. D. McConnell D.: three different prices- our price is the same to everybody, rich or poor.
Address, "Lincoln," Rev. Coleman. of whom make their announcements ject to the action of the Democratic D., late of St. Stephen's church Phila
"The Story of the Gettysburg Oration this week. primary. FRED M. BASS delphia.

l' ," Mrs. Van Duzer.' Roma Thomas announces as a can- \o'1'1tE '1'0 <'Hiourroiis: 7:30 p. m.-.,rEvcning prayer and ad- I Graham Floor, sack .'_-____., .39 Port Toattiei ____________ .10
"Gettysburg Speech, Miss Lenore didate to succeed himself dress by L. A. Hamilton; subjectI]
Van Duzer. councilman. as city !. /'our. of Ikr ('oua.,.. ..*.*.. Onrrol "From the Tempi' to the 'Sea. Yellow.Cora Meal pkc. __u .15 Kello '1 Knimble u______ .10
.
Reading "Lincoln," Mrs. W. J. 4'nuuq. *.... ..f t-'lorlila.' services of Intercession every Wheat 100 lbs ________ 4.50 '
Geo. W. Overstreet seeks reelection 1m rr !'.<... of .*. N'. "I.| ., Special Shredded Wheat Biscuit ___ .13 l
Tripp (by request.) marshal end collec .. .. Wednesday at l C) p. m.
as city tax To nil CreditorLefcAtepB, l>! (rn.iifc 4.25
Feed
Scratch
Poem "James Riley," (Richard A. and all Pomona' Having: Claims or Best -------- Sweet Feed. 100 Ib*. ______ 2.75
'Gatch) Mrs. Hart, one of' Kissimmee's tor.In the county campaign Fred M. Di-mniKJH nKRliiHt said Estate: JUNIOR C. E. PROGRAM Florida Cane Syrup, gal:____ 1.00 Shorts 100 Ibt :: __ ____ 2.9S
You and each or uu
:winter 'visitors. you an- hereby notllird Sunday, Feb. 17, 3:30 p. m.
Bass is the first
to his in
Reading, "Grandmamma's Fan," the ring," and ,seeks"shy the nominationfor caster rla.lniB and and n-tiulri'il demands to w hlrli(in-m-iit>'ou,any nr Topic: "How to 'Make All Our Days:; Gold Medal Flour. 24 lbs.$1.6S Bran 100 Ibi ________,-___ 2.40

'Olivine Savage. representative in the legislature either of you, may knee. against the Good Days." Led by. Eunice Rivers. Pillsbury Flour ,24 Ibs.__,,_ 1.65 Feed Meal. 100 Ibt. _;: ...- 2.45
Voice, "Joan of Arc," Miss Briggs <>Hnte of A. ');-.\\lnn ili-foiiBcil. I Lite ofOKrrolit 1. Song, "Sunbeam. -
Reading, "Young Lochinvar" Miss .I being Many,: groomed others for we the understand various ,posi-are Kxi-rtilrlx County., Florida.,.r ,sold, estt to Ih I ?'. iin.1.visigned \\lltilti- 2. Bible lesson read in concert. Self-risinc Flour. 24 tb sack 1.55 Oat 100 Ibi. ___u_______ 3.60

-.Alpha Westfall. Encore "Fishing." tions to he filled, and by the time our In.> >I-IIIB from" I litlnt<- hen enf.hued It.: Prayer by leader. 12 tb sack Self-risiDK Flour .80 Kerosene Oil. Reading, '"Aux Italiens," Porchie next issue Kcliiuiiiy lit h, 1'HK! 4. Round table: "The Be.t Day I u
Pherigo. probably be goes a large to press and varied there will as- 9.101 Itl:nTII'I I ,IS.,','ullix.\ a. Ever Spent"" and "The Wor>,?t Day I Granulated Sugar Ib. __:_.. .10 Compound Lad Ib _______ '.25

ever Spent, all taking part Lord Calvert Coffee _____n .34 Thread spool _____i .05
a b..d ? un -
ft. What makes day good( or.

G. Song, Brooms ___________ k__u i50
7. Mission study, ".}nvid Liing- -SATURDAY ONLY ;
_._. ; National Oats. box .11
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-- Part 1 Jane
-- May part
. totQnl', Maxwell House Coffee, Ib__ .29
Madge Rivers. Wizard Wash Soap 7 ban __ .25
8. Bible verses, A, B and C.: .(lel by II .
Vivian Flo 'd.1 Vesper, a very good coffee .30 Prune, 13c lb., 2lbsfor _. .25

Experienced <10. Bible drill. 1917 Coffee u_________u .24 I Fancy Peaches _________u .17
Counseland :hJong.:
11. lord's prayer, led' by :May Arbuckle's Coffee u_ _____ .?4 I Potted Meat can __--_.---. .05

Winn. Yale Coffee _ ______ ______ .39 Beef; Pork & Veal Loaf, can .15
EVERYTHING IN READINFSS : Corn Beef Hash, can .13
White Bacon, best, tb __u .35 ------

t FOR OPENlNG OF FAIR Breakfast Bacon, tb ______ ,45'' Vienna Sausage, can ___u .10

rV': guidance of officers uilli a broad''kribVledge financial matters (Continued from Page One) Potatoes, peck ___________ .55 !'' Wesson Cooking Oil. can .35 & .75

together with resources large enough to meet' e\ery conservative demand The ladies are planning a full collection Cabbage. lb. ___J_______?_ .04 Cream of Wheat, pkc. ---- .24
of all kinds and descriptions
of dainty needlework-and will likely Coarse Grits 5 Ibs. _______ .30 I! Western Pork Chops. lb. ---- .35
combine to make service both efficient and I
our satisfactory fill the space allotted them, full to I, Fine Grits. 5 Ibs. ___ -____ .30 '; Whole Hams. Armour's Star .35

s g t to the most exacting depositor. department overflowing. will The have domestic an attractive, science MeaL 5 Ibs. __________ __u .30. \, Sliced Ham. lb. __u______ 40

display and the good cook, of he Lima Beans 18c. 2 lbs for__ .35"" Peanut Hay 100 Ib*. ____.. 2.00

-; VV You are invited to investigate our capacity and willingness to county will vie with viands each in other in Nary Beans 19c lb. 2 for_ .35 Natal Hay 100 Ib*. ,.______ 2.00
ta preparing luscious a rivalryfor
No. 1 can Tomatoes 3 for._ .25
2 the coveted prizes and blue rib-, Timothy Hay. 100 Ibs 2.25
extend you the use of our superior facilities.CITIZENS ----
Best Oleo Butterine. Ib. .30
bons. Full will bo given to the ____
S 4 \ ? floral and, art space exhibits.. The poultry Nut Batter Ib ..._________ .33 Toilet Paper 6 roll _______ .25
lade1111IleiSFTfttetr show will not be lacking-irt interest. Kelloc's Toasted Con Flakes .11 Toilet Paper, 5c, IiI: for ____ .25
. All entries and awards will be mado
according to the rules of the American ,

BANKOF Poultry Association. This department Everybody cordially invited. You will be treated right.,
Is.ln comoetent hands. It
is in charge M, D. Alexander a
practical and successful poultry Nickle
KISSIMMEE raiser. Split Grocery.
The rest room will be in the hands
a of the Kissimmee Red Cross and here
the visitors will be given an opportunity PHONE 141. 422 BROADWAY..
what willing hands Are II
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. : .I Osceola'county will hold her, second I Saturday Cow Boy Day. rn--- U
23rd !9.3G) a. m.-Band concert.
annual fair ,February 19th, to .
10.5(1::( Baseball
when will : a. m.i- game.
inclusive, every day presenta
1:4: ;> p. m.--Band concert.
COMMITTEES
new and interesting program. FAIR .... .
.
has .00 f. m.-> Cow pony, mule and
The opening day, Tuesday,
been designated .as Homecoming Day, I .. . auto race
when former residents will be given I 4:00: p.. m-.-Special, attractions.
,
.
: BTV flll1FPf .r jl l"lit" + ll :t
.. ; uri INAt1.Yelr +riUllliNl4lFkMXf w.i I ititf'6
latlfl4wlnd.tks4lThat\'>da peeob.1 - :.n: IS Good
will be held races are always a drawing
and other exercises in
the main 'exposition' building. Wed. I' S. Li Lupfer H. C. Stanford W. B. Makinson I T card and interest a greater numberof

ncsciay will be Farmers' Day, and the ,I E. L. Lesley A. E. Thomas people, perhaps, than any other one
main feature of the morning will be I feature.The program for this year
the awarding of premiums on the cat- I PUBLICITY promises to be as good if not better

tie exhibit. On Thursday, St. Cloud j W. B. Harris C. F. Johnson 'S.'J. TriplettMrs. than that of last year. The track is r
I Day, the morning will be spent in E. E. Wells in splendid condition. Last year the
v awarding premiums on horses and I racing men predicted that when the
fancy turnouts. The school kiddies RACING surface of the course became more ,
thoroughly packed it would,, "be
adar.riy"
i/
will turn out en masse Friday. They :- .
Ernest L. Green. Supt.
will march with their teachers into, Seth Woodruff, Judge Ci W. Ward. Judge E. L. Reep Judge prediction as they has come expressed true.it,The and that program 0 fjO I,II I/

the fair grounds and furnish the at- L. H, Ingram, Timer E. L. Lesley, Timer J. Wade.Tucker, Timer : covering the full five days is
(( traction for the forenoon. This will
%: (14::: be jn the nature of field sports. Sat- COW BOY as follows. :
Tuesday, Feb. 19.
baseball
will have
urday Cow Boy Day,
,
L. H, Ingram J. W. Miller L. M. Whidden 1st race, 2:14: pace, mile heats,
the American as
typical sport
the ,feature. The full and complete I AGRICULTURE} ' 31n5' _______________n___ $150 1 -
2nd 2:25 and trot % I
for eachday's events follows race : pace ,
program B. E. Evans Robert Page' J. T. Burckhaller mile heats, :3 in 5 _________ '151)
: PROGRAM Samuel Brammar S. W. Porter S. J. Entriken Wednesday.1st .

Tuesday, Feb.. 19, Home Coming Day. race, free for all, trot, mile
Ba.nd LIVE STOCK heats, 3 in I 5 ___nu____ 150
9:30 a. m.- concert.
j 11:00 m-Opening exercises in themain Pat Johnston Chas A. Carson, Jr. Ed. Whaley'' 2nd race, 2:18: pace,. mile, heats Ie
: a. 3 in 5 _____________________ 150
exposition building. '
TAXIDERMY . 3rd. racemile heats, 110 Ibs.
1:45 m.-Band concert. v
2:00:: p.p. m.-....iDecorated automobile! William Lewis.Lang 2 in 3 _____________________ 50 .,

parade. Thursday.1st .
I 2:30: p. m.-Harness and running POULTRYM. race; 2:30: pace 'and 2:25: tro.
e : races: I D. Alexander, Supt. J. H. Wendler, Judge mile heats, 3 in 5 _________,, 150 :
) I 4.00: p. m.-Special free attraction EDUCATION 2nd race; free for all, pace, mile I ( 4
1 Wednesday, Feb. 20 Farmers' fay.\\ heats. 3 in 5 ____u_.:______, 150 .
W. C. Bass' C. E. Yowell R. M. Evans'PARADE
9:30 a. .-Band concert t BullardDECORATED 3rd race, Si;mile dash, for cow
j 10:00 a. m.-Awarding premiums oncattle. l N. H. t ponies ridden by cowboys
i is AUTO from Osceola\ county _n_j__ ::5

I 1:45: p. 'm.-Band concert. 1 A.'S.Nebon. Mrs. M. Katz D. W. Alderman Friday.
I 2:00 p. m.-Harness and, running, 1st race 2:18: trot, mile i heats
races. C. W. Griffin Mrs G. C. Livingston Claude Harper I 3 in 5 .____________________ 150
l I J. D. Clark Miss Inez Carson D.. G. Wagner
4:00: p. n>.Special free attraction. 2nd race free for all, trot and
Thursday Feb. 21, SU Cloud Day. NEEDLECRAFT pace mile; heats 3 in 5; horses

T1fi 9:30: a. mBand concert. Mrs. L. H. Ingram Mrs. J. L. Overstreet Mrs. I. H. WetherbeeMrs. owned of by Florida residents. of the
state in
and the
10:00 a. hi.-Awarding, premiums on
W. B. Makinson Mrs. H. W. Morrow Mrs. C B. Buckley *
state six months prior to the
1 I horses and fancy turnouts. Miss Inez'Carson Mrs. M. E. Miss Ruth
Waring Wylie
:
of ._. ._, _
j j 1:45: p. m.' -Band concert. day race ,- -_ _---- 150
DOMESTIC SCIENCE, 3rd racemile' dash, weight ,, 't )
2:00: m.-Harness and runningraces. .
p. -ZuZ-rt' sr' v'"l**' ***u* '110 . I Ito
_I ?., (f'i.'i.fI"i ;t M bliss Albina Smith MissYAnne{B J Carson 1 Mrs< b1 D Alexander pounds ...,!If'' 751Salurday
,4 ::00 p. m....-Special attractions; 4
Mrs S T Fansler Mrs W J S Carr Mrs A Rode
,. Friday,. Feb' 22.0EducationalDay) ! 1 race J. mile.dash for cow
9:00: avim.; .BandconcertMIBH.; HORTICULTURE ponies, f ridden!}by cowboys 1 1Lttk
10:00: a.' m. rarade)offt.Osceola; ][coon M ss Jean Caldwell bfrs, T R 1toseley _from|Osceola r countyWBWWfll 25
A ty school children. ""*"" ART 2nd race, ,4 -mile dash for mules'
10:30:: a. m.-Jo'leld'sports. ridden by cow boys from Os
: 1:45 p. m.-Band concert. Mrs. S. II. Bullock Mrs. H. W. Bolce! Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman ceola county; riders to be
j 2:00: p. m.'-Harness And running Mrs. II, W. Meetch changed and last mule in wins' 25

races. 1 3rd race, by automobiles, cetails \
j 4:00 p. m.-Special attractions I I to be announced later 25
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i :I Rules Governing Entraneg of Exhibits a'I

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and except class speed where, and premiums where are otherwise offered names awarded of bona to fide animals owners.otherwise Premiums How Premiums Will Be I1 fTl '

noted, entries wil positively close ..n entered will be forfeited to the Os
I Tuesday, February 19, 1918, and no ceola County Fair Association.
entries will be received for premiums 9. animal'entered' for exhibition
Any l' Distributed the Fair
) after that date at
in one class can not competefor ,
2. !> fee is in
Jo entry charged any
in
in another, except
a. premium
department, except for poultry and speed classes and under Rule 10. --
depend
races. Entries must be made the -
ARts in ,
10. A single animal be ex-
of the and in theVoman's may The of the fair
name owner only, success
hibited of herd tance, and only of
as one a or group. upon presentation
\ Division, the article entered ; 11. All animals shall be exhibitedin coupon. 1 very largely upon the cooperationof
shall be produced by a resident of a condition satisfactory to the Protection of Exhibits. the people in the way of furnishing I
Osceola '
county. Only one article or
19. The fair association will take
awarding judges. exhibits and who has
set of articles shall be entered for a everyone in
12. Any animal showing symptomsof every precaution in its power for the
in the same exhibit his articles that would, I
premium by one possession
disease of any kind, or Which has safe preservation of stock and arti- .
party. To avoid any errors, it is been exposed to diseased animals cles on exhibition, after their arrival make an interesting 01 cieditable display ,I.lly
essential that all entries be madeon '
very the official entry blanks and thirty days prior to our fair, will and arrangement on the grounds, but ; should enter them. I
A filled out fully as per various classifications. same- not be permitted on the' grounds and will not be responsible for any loss The premiums awarded will be designated -
I ineligible to compete for premiums. or.damage that may occur from any; by ribbons as follows: First,

a.! In sending entries for depart- Recording Entries. cause.Register ;Number. of Animals. blue; second, red; third yellow;
ments other than live stock, give 13 On the TI'C'jpt' (entries of 2Q. Persons exhibiting ani fourth and fifth, white. Worthy /
pure green
name and postoflfice address, name of live stock, cards will be made out indicating -
'! of age, or over, will exhibits not listed will receive
article ( using language of the pre- entry numbers and classes be required to furnish register
t mium list), and the department, class and will be' ready for delivery by the of animals to he exhibited, or number incases I honorable mention and be awarded
and number in said class. superintendents of the different departments of animals not registered purple ribbons. <

younger
4. Stalls and pens must be engaged I when exhibitors arrive on the names and register logs Exhibited at Fair Will He
number
I in advance and npplica ions unaC- the grounds or will be sent by mail of sires and dams Innoculated Fret*. r'1
companied by proper description of when specially requested. Animals Exhibit as Breeders I All hogs exhibited at the fair for
I articles or animals to be exhibitedwill 14. On receipt of entries of articles 21. Evidence satisfactory to the whatsoever purpose will be immunized -
I
not be considered. cards with attached will
coupons superintendent in charge or trf the by the antihog'holera serum
I Receiving of Exhibits I II be filled, out showing the numbers and awarding judges will be required! that ] with either the single treatment
classes as entered in the fair The simultaneous treatment double
5. All articles and animals for' breeding animals exhibited are in or ,
r I ,competition and exhibition, except cards are to be attached to the ar- good health and \that there is no un- free of charge, by the County Demon-
speed horses and exhibits of fresh ticles to be exhibited and the couponsare soundness that is transmissible. I I strut ion agent.
vegetables, cut flowers and floral designs to be retained by the exhibitors I I The single treatment consists of

dairy products, bread and cake, unto the close of the fair, wt en on AGRICULTURAL EXHIBIT OF serum. alone and produces an immun- r/>
having first been properly entered presentation to the superintendent in it> for from four to eight weeks \\fi
within the time specified in the rules, charge!) of the department in which OSCEOLA, COUNTY FAIR i I The simultaneous treatment con- .

must be placed in proper position by exhibits are made, the coupons will 1 A large and -------T.varied: assortment of I, lists of the single treatment followed:
serve as orders for the articles corresponding in ten days by the simultaneous
at 9 o'clock. ;
Tuesday a. m., February
and will he
I fruits vegetables on exhibition -
19, 1918. Exhibits not in position by in numbers. at the fair next week I r treatment and will be governed by the

the time specified will be excluded! Delivery of Exhibits. Citrus fruits will comprise; oranges, { simultaneous rules.

from competition.Entry 15. All exhibits received by express grapefruit, tangerines, satsumas, and CONSOLIDATED
blanks In the several departments or freight or otherwise will be lemons. Although this fruit will come I' TITLE COM .rd

except as above noted, must handled free of charge between Kis from all over the county, a large PANY ELECTS. OFFICERS rI
be delivered to the office of the secretary simmee' and the fair grounds. proportion of it will come from'' the r.- &-W
on or before February 19, 3 16. All- exhibits taken to the fairgrounds Narcoosee section. There will be pecans The annual meeting of the stock
p. m. must be delivered to the superintendents from the Cadman grove. The holders of the Consolidated Title Co.
Entries of Animal. of the proper depart- New Eden Plantation will show some was held in Kissimmee this week and I
7. All entries of animals must specify ments who will assign them to their excellent peavine and crowfoo hay, the following: officers were elected
the owners' names its name, age, places. and will also exhibit its famous green for the ensuing year: P. A. Vans Agnew -
sex, record number (iir: any), and the Removal of Exhibits. sugar cane. Pat Johnston will be rep- president: John S Cadel. vice-
time of service. A breeder is held to 17. At the close o; the fair exhib- resented by Japanese sugar cane. In president; W B. Crawford, secretary-
be the owner of a female at the time itors are requested to personally at- addition to these products a great treasurer and general manager. The
of service. All entries of live stock tend to the removal or shipment; of quantity of vegetables will be shown following managers for the local offices -
must be made on the regulation their arts less as far as possible. which will adequately represent the were then elected as follows: I
blanks, whidh will be furnished upon. 18. FJ hibita/may not be removed truck' industry of this county. Rull Kissimmee, John S. Cadel; Arcadia, hit**
application/ the secretary. until after fourf o'clock on last day of Bass intends to show some fine N .A D. W, McLeod. ; Fort Myers, W. C.
8. .Entries ;must/i/be/ made in the'the fair, excepting those from a die.t Spaulding potatoes. .J .,Bagg tt.P .

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I f CROP PESTS: NUMBER 23 I Ij MANY HERE. For For rl nullrrlK>rrt 'd.....IOB...... layout.:
' dUII'ult ..d intricate ..r .F"
For
I 1 am Sincere Dual County fooj Commtmtfon This grocer's story surprises local ace silo floMNtrurllvB i

, '. people: "I had, bad stomach .t. puljle. Fur Fur rrl.forred ruBvrrte lirldnrn rnnvrrir sad work....t.I.I.. : '
I j I This is the twenty-third of a ae" mon with Us. It differs materially All food( teemed to sour and fOl'nlCas( ..11.. A"d.....>
Guarantee of articles covering the control of from the fungus blight in that the tipatcd. Nothing WILBUR, A.+CINN. Civil EngineersAe'tlllU
j various injects and diseases we first symptom is a wilting of 'the Was always 'con FLORIDA
''i! .i expect on our Florida crops. 1 whole plant instead of a yellowingand helped until I tried buckthorn 'bark, :

! : ''L s{<;n i 'to inc'I! Calomel ,(H : J' endeavor to .f give\ directions for : dying of the lower leaves as in glycerine, etc., a* mixed in Adlerika.NE ,
in trouble far possible : fungus blight. T.hedJlcaue also livesin
\ 1\11 as 1 ) SYONFUL'astonished! me with General
Need Tonic
You a
;, t .Hay'sork.,. If / r recognizing it when it appears : the soil but is not so perai.Ht.unt all its INSTANT action.". 13ecau-i Ad-, Whenever Take drove'* ,.
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for the befit control. These ar i some!' other soil discuses unless the
headachy, rba t cannot cover all individual ground: \ la very rich in organic matter The
" ( I ', ,.*!0 I invite perso.ial correspun- Again, there is, '-qhance t: of lesseningthe tary tract It relieves ANY CASK con chill Tonic i. equally' valuable m. a
rt -I J I "!'', whether, from the backyard; ''I damage by sprrying- the plants stipation_ sour stomach or gas and General Tonic because it contains tbe
", 1 .' or commercial plantings. that are still in healthy ,condtt'on well known tonic properties QUININB .
pvcrv flniffffisl; in I fan -voiirilnicjrii I i It has QUICK. '
\ 1 prevent appendicitis. and.)RUN. It sets on the Liver,Drives
'
'" MUS. N.:: M. O. I'UANGR;, with ammonia .arhu tC'-
; and ouTvlioilv's! drntrsrict : \ ( copper
't : ; sold Enriches the Blood
end
EST action of anything ever out Malaria
! in the ) / / < ) Chairman of Committee on PliAnt about hulf a cupful to-, a i ant. sprayed we. '
linn noticed proiil fnJIinjr-ofl1! Builds the Whole System.. 60 cents.,
. ; 'j Disease! amt( /nsectControl< , Jacksonville around the, bane Central Drug Store up .
"salo of Ynlomoh 'nIP111/ /give t > .
1' lu. ,
? \Ve would emphasize the unelerts-
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Li'f'r'Yrol
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ronnon. n
I .Pftniq ness'' in sprayinjr! a ulant after it, is u
). 'is Inking' Us place.r )) 1 i ,'1'O1IA'f1)ES (C ntinut'c .) attacked; Such planes should he taken
.. "<' 'aloin'l U ploTtnow ) / l 1 ( i l from the field immediately, for I
'. .' it, whil<. ]Do.l'on'jt) .) / .Liver June: / | }) ), l \.\ bite tbe i flues Mold 'is of not tt tiny a mold mite at, the all once let the disease. get within the 4 r 1n ro11 ?''rV fX/l1 l1''lf1' PI/1CVlI9D t 'IT1 %'1' "
" is rorfocUr 1\0r".III1,1/ ;rives! 1 luster/ roflultn / ,) 1 of'hi 'h causes a ,thick tissues no' remedy in possible; If allowed -
," I t .
"* 1 ; of Bclerotium blight will be found!. .
on
gist lodnon: / LIUT /IVm i ili t her-; ;i < ',('""y to notice .when 'one Can look /
Tonnllv /junrnnleoil''bv t\ ,) Hcrv ImC'! 1 i .] | | the field towatdi the sun in the" tomato stalks. At first they are / "
'gist who sells'it!] A large: ; Lottie} ] -'izon as at morning and ''evenin milk white, but when mature hccomas
reiiduh black. These fall to the
a
)' form, of sulphur is nn effective
_. !. Duatinjrjs, generally;! pre ground and germinate on any deciiymtf -
--I. matter or 'such
-
. organic ..susceptible
.
{
, be hinted.. Thee
crops as may pl
Plant BURS atta'ck tomatoes as
are many, including beans, beets, ,
.' and with'lame effect as other *
cabbages eggplants!!, Irish. potatoesand
and in addition occasion de-, '
d fruit by, injuring it while melons. .
the. surface of the soil
The larger bugs must be Keeping
. ASK } picked but the small)) ones; can light and dryprotects the plants' ina
" measure as the fungu.i'c..nnot ,ve Ito
well controlled by tobacco
fairly. without moisture and it is only at
the surface thai it attacks th.- .
plants.
Leaf Curl is caused by too great a
of If this from too much Bacterial: Blight shows in u wilting
sap. is of the first infected which is
... :IIANSIrNAN;' ,. ) ;;. -a: p! "";>>l!:Yi,, ef'ft'Ilr"tt"'f: part';: f}N\ .''Fhier! wr'iinidii; m.
the of the soil end
upper part
'ytpidly nnd thv .plant soon dies
better If leaf drainage curl fellows condition SpJ'l1yingwith fungicides Is useless White Store
The Clean
once. prun ,
but insects should he kept dawn for
it is an indication that the vines
.
I they infection from Dlant'
carry '
been pruned too closely, result pre
to another on their inoutl. parts. All
. in ,too small a leaf area in pro- diseased plants chould I o removed Where Service
to the root system. The top
be allowed to increase and in from the field at once and crop I r: ta- Is Unsurpassed
,
tation practiced Do not plant toma
.
cases it is, well to run a small /
toes. Irish potatoes or eggplants in a
rather close to the plant to cut ;
field that :bas shown bacterial A .
H- of ,the roots, thus reducing the. previous year. Bacterial blight blight Courteous, Prompt, and Efficient We. Keep
but this must bo done
sOle supply
: shown! in the stalks' by a dark: gummy
Fungus Blight shows first"in the deposit which may also be In the leaf What You Want
, stems in
as fungus blight
.
lower leaves turning pale and .
Three Blights The
from yellow the tip.after By which cutting they across dry distinguish these: three blights grower' by can noticing l Kodak Films Whitman's .
the first ,
symptoms: yellowing
stalk the stem of the plant
t leaf or and dying of older ,leaves often leaving .
"The Cream of .
areas will be found. The -
'' i the leaf stalk green in fungusblight Candies -
the field
on plant depends upon I
wilting of whole plant in
; M
of the weather. If the
has been rapid the disease can I sclcrotium blight; and wilting; of in.foe'ed Grade Toilet Articles .
portion in bacterial blight. High
much faster for the tissues are j ,
.
Kemoval of diseased plants U the
i o o
tender; if dry weather follows .
} M infection the plant'succumbs. t j treatment Tomatoes for are all also attacked by Stationery' .

I more readily. I aphis lea beetles, blister beetles, potato ,
,, Fungus. It blight is caused is very by common a fungus in I bugs, root knot, suckly! andwhitefly Anything In Drugs ',
soil and rota- I 8- 9"We 9-
lives in the crop
I ; is the only control. After this (To be continued.' ) : . > ::
has 'shown in the field" toma ; '( Y "
i thcre'for I : :
'should not be planted Visiting cards printed by the. Valley "
least two or three years. Guarantee' :: :l:, .
P Gazette job Department. Everything
Sclerotlum Blight is also very com- ,

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" Heavy yields of high U.S. .FOOT AIMINIS'I'UfVI'IUNWHEATLESS -

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banner record for such -
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i I the last quarter-century by BISCUITS. DELICIOUS CORN MUFFINS.Here's Homes and Grounds Made

Beautiful at Low CostFor
: Ideal

I very little money you can make your home
1 1t the best looking in your neighborhood. These
.t Send for our Free ornamental collections are especially selected.
of Florida also\ .
crops ; our .
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PrU Collection $2.50 ROlla'' Collection/ SS.00 .f ,
Special 1 advice gladly: K Rf' fl.. Twoa..ort.dpalmetw.y ratty Four, 110..o..r.. .hrub*. I Iwo f
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kind.flowarlnff, two ihrubi li.nd.om of.different foliagepl.nu. olmi.each o f ".In,.., rl adc tray, -.
v twe good fruit tr... ... plinli.. frinn.run
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: ( .PSlm.-worth.J.ra.: j l b.ught.e.sratly rut$66(.
. Parched cornmeal Is the feature of t
M/n. Ideal I e excellent: w lion Ileus l.lsculls.. Send for one or both of these collection. In
the curnroeal--one-half a cui>- an old fashioned for ,.filling Older unless you state a {preference; we will
' recipe .ship' plsnta that knew
lu ; we will thrire in your
locality.
shallow
Ja D put a pan placed In the ,corn raudlns that has recently been
, I and stirred frequently until It Revived and used with unusual succe Send for Free Catalog ; , ,
a delicate brown. The other Ingre 'In several of the .
larger New York ho- .f Send sketch of
are a teaspoon of salt, a cup :tel.: To make three and s. half doses ''for free planting 7eur augfestions.'property
P peanut butter and one and a half :muflVns take one quart milk, six ounce* New 1918 catalog, listing larle.tvarlet
of water. Mix tjla peanut bnt- |Ibutter ubitltnte, twelve ounces ot! ,ornamentals ID the South ? ?
,, ', water and salt and heat. While ,light syrup or honey four eggs", pinch .sent with each order, er .ailed.
a
mixture Is hot stir In the meal of salt, two ounces baking powder tree on request. a _
, 10 ", should also be hot Beat thor- ;lone and a halt pounds com meal and! Reasoner Brothers '
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should be of
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;,one and a bay> pound 7e fL&ur. The Royal Palm Nuraerle -
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majf, mixed
then add the
; eggs iradutly..Four L.ODeCo.: Florida
Arnold & an unrreased pen. This makes 10 In the milk and add the 1e floor ; .
each of which contains one- I It
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THE xISSIMMrE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY,, FEBRUARY is, isis: r" ELEVEN
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W" :Simpson has another attraction l I I to-date East India illusions, There eprvlsion of the Great British 'War I -- .. --.., - ....... -
railed the "World's Fighting Navies' Is' the Fat Girls Congress (Ed. K. .I I'opunmcnt, and everybody connected '
THE GREAT .JOHNNY J. in which will be seen practical working Salter, the press agent, has named it with the attraction has seen serv
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models, of every; known fighting "Hooverized Idiosrnc 'asies"') Them ice at the front.and have been wounded NEED BIG HERDS't
'-t Boat of every nation. It is the most I are three gijlt- weighing 7\::!\', 625 and in the discharge of their duties
intererting and at the present time i 1110 (Sounds. each and their age- are.I Jphiiny J, Jones i I/o to be congratulated .
JONES EXPOSITION SHOWS fiun( exhibition. Johnny J. Jones 14-18-iO.!! Here is where you gut o.f! upon $securing the services of
hat> provided some laughing features, : I j'Everybody change cars ,for the BugHouse Antonio; Oliveto and/ his military "band i, Europe's Meat Supply Must Come'
,one is the Haunted Hotel, with Shorty ; ,everybody goes there; it is twentysoloists.
and Slim. as the fun creators; the target and mares commo"'i.o'"' -* ,tins! From America.
Johnny London ( Show's drawing powerIs year. One of the most interesting 1t\ : the program will\ form a' big '{eaturllof
: It is almost impossible to find son, for the J. Jtnes Exposition remarkable but easily accounted tractions will be the British War Exhibition -' the entertainu\nt. All pf the attractions -
: ," words adequately proper that can dojustice and cannot be seen with any other ,for through the fact that everybody in which is seen most : are massive in size.; There WarrlnQ Nations Have Depleted LiveStock :,
il1'OOI'-I.
to Johnny J. Jones in describing show. It is produced on a mammoth known what 'It IN, Little Jim, the esting relics and historical i III not a plutfoim or pit show' with the at: Enormous Rate, Eve +,
this really colossal and gigantic big stage; the scene Is darken.ed Collier's child will ever live in mem Implements of war and real lighting organization. Every ticket seller is
enterprise. '''upon opening and modern war ory. The Circus Side Show is in are shown by a company of wounded in uniform. There ire four immense Killing Dairy'Cattle For Food.. '
I" To start with; there will be four equipped aeroplanes of every nation. chair of a veteran, Colt Wm. H. I>:a- soldiers (who have been honorably organs, two una-phones and a caliope -
big riding devices, the famous $20- ality are seen in midair deadly combat ' via and he has put 'on a wonderful I discharged on account of injuries received with the show Every; "ffant" and .'
000 Johnny J. Jones Carousal; the ; bombs arc droppel from the show There alOe 'curiosities and in battle) in such realistic depleting ,I wagon is resplendent in new painted American sto'ck breeders are betas?
,\I Giant Eli Ferris Wheel Mangel's new skies; machine guns are spitting fire, freaks gathered film all parts of the I that it leaves an impressionupon clothes and the-.Jones Steel Flyer, of asked to conserve their !Hocks and,
the globe, t.ut.he\ best part of this great the mind that will never be effaced herds In order to meet Europe's tremendous '
improved; the Whip, and a new sensational and it makes most thrilling scene I thjrty-four cars, have all been re- -
aUra tiom will b* the ten big illusions and compels you to acknowl1edge
ride called the Helter witnessed. The aeroplane and '
Cyclonic demands for
ever meats during
paired, burnished decorated
and
None of them is of the oldstereotyped j Sherman was right. This attraction
I
describas manned educated -
This is by
. being Skelter.likened new to a one pursuit, by a- machine trained guns monkeys are and the stage I iq class but all are new, up- is under the amrqediate su- painted.. eJ I, the afterward.The war and. probably for many: yon\,

.' Kansas cyclone into a Mississippiflood ''illuminated by powerful searchlights. 1 .
byway of an Oklahoma tornado, Dakota Max Wild West is composed United 'States food admlnls-;':.
u/ but after it is all over they say you of about twenty cow boys, girls of I Ir tratlon report. that Amei, can stock'
.1 will hunt up some friend i and give the plains, Indians, wild horses, buf raisers have shown a disposition to'
,..\i. : him the benefit Of the new ride. fasces, wild steers, champion lariat cooperate with the government In In*
The' Johny J.,.Jones trained Wild and JOBBO throwers and most remarkable creasing the nation's supply of UT*
i I I Animal Show has the most elaborate marksmanship, especially by a ( stock.Germany. I
,'','i !' new front, steel arena, organ and the clever girl known as "California Cle-
,, .1';' menagerie hag been augmented byanother nia." Another new attraction is"Terrors today Is probably:,Jbette*'
"J1 elephant-the famous "Gyp" of the Ocean," showing in supplied with live stock than any other ':
'*
--which, now gives Mr. Jones the actual life a war fleet, escorting a I European nation When the German '
'./ ,a largest and smallest elephants' in cap- hospital ship, merchant ship and a'! .f .,E1 d k a armies made their big advanceInto
j > tivity. There are five more lions; ands convoy of soldiers of Uncle Sam. A fY taw., et rAa France and then retreated virtually
,. I Captain Curley' Wilson' ," chief "animal German U-boat destroys the Red : rai'jL all the cattle In the Invaded
; al re territory -approximately 1,800,000 II.
bead-were. driven behind the German,

i.1.1'' t:,.,' lines. '
,, .'\.." But In England-where' 2.4OO.OOO( ( (
:''i; :',f.," I acres of pasture lands have been turn-i!
- _ PIha ed Into grain fields-the cattle herd'
'
-" ,\, i' are decreasing rapidly. One of the,
:f '
; reasons apparently la the declining
. : 'maxImum price,' scale adopted\ by the

.Kngllsh as .,follows : For September:
_
i ., 17.70 October, $17.28 ,
_ pt100 pounds) ;
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yf,>' 4fq.: ,, '.! I lie, trfc'.ot'these. prices!
't..t >l'it11tII'\tl.! 'tffe"*oati--1Ii
; 'wu to t ilve' > .
I ket as soon as,poseible, )
In- France the number of cattle as''
well as the quality have shown an''

,, I enormous decline during the war.,
Where Franco had 14.807,000 head of,
t r cattle In 1013, she now has only 12,-1
'K z sw . .
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I w And France Is today producing only,
: TROUP OF TRAINED LIONS ,' "Kxt S 0 of milk compared to
. ., .,''Yw -+ WM"4. 1 r- one gallon two|
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trainer, says) he has put on some more Cross Hospital Ship; a fleet of Unit- and one-halt gallons before the war.)
.thrilling stunts while vacationing ed States war boats are seen coming r 'GYP," THE BABY ELEPHANT Denmark and Holland have been
4 ... Princess lona has a new net with 1 LeI' to the rescue; the U-boat is sunk. I forced to sacrifice dairy herds for beef
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tigers; Captain ; with are practical because of the lack of necessary feed.
leopard and elephants, an act.. I originated, patented and copyrightedby Close study of the European meat
I*. M. KISS1MMEE DRESSMAKER FAIR ATTRACTION'i i most confusing speed and scenes of
Curtisb One Ring Circus has been Captain Rmgman Mack situation has convinced the Food Administration -,
enlarged and much improved Esser and T Meltsor, especiuly for DOING HER BIT historical importance almost jostle
upon'j that the future problemof
"The Birth of a Nation" is not a
"America, the show Beautiful, Johnny J. Jones Kxposition. '
each other on' the screen. Because of America lies largely In the product
turing those talented, sisters, Bootsie The big little feature is Johnny J. 'Since I was a child, I have suffer' photoplay in the accepted sense of this rapidity of action it is a common tlon of ment producing animals and
I
and Hody Hurd, with the heterogeneous Jones' Midget City, inhabited by the ed with stomach trouble and gastric that word. It is a monster creation, hear while rather than In the production '
to people dairy products
galaxy ensemble of ten beautiful ( tiniest atoms of including attacks. Doctors could only give me nn epic story presented with the re occurrence say
for
humanitYi Littlefinger relief. A I sewed for leaving the theater after three hoursof of cereals export when
Denison lady .
girls who will all prove that they can; Prince temporary alill1of talented .
!b i both' sing and dance; with new s".;n- and Princesses Marguerite and Lou told me of having been cured of a actuality by players wonderment and pleasure that it the war will have ceased.As f ,I j
ery, essential electrical effects and ise. They are absolutely the smallest similar trouble by' taking Mayr's who seem to be living again in the only seemed as ,if they had been in
the female contingent of the tromp ny perfectly formed human being in the Wonderful Remedy. The first dose "timed that tried men's souls." There a samp'e of American thrift we
most elaborately and gorgeously world, thoroughly educated, speak I proved to me'that it would cure: me ii no one who is not moved'and there for an hour. There is no "pad might mention that wool is now'
gowned will be the talk sensation of several languages and will entertainyou and' it has. I am glad to recommendit thrilled by the clash of great armieson ding," no filling in with slow and ..
other sufferers." It is the fields of battle and that appeal meaningless It is action around a dollar "a pound, yet this
D the show. II. F Maync's: thrilling, as cleverly as Caruso, May Irwinor to a simple, scenes. action r
yet; laughable, ,show "The Witching AI. Jolson. Margaret Cast, the harmless preparation that removes i is to all\ sorts and conditions of men, action from start to finish--until country maintains 25,000,000 dogs, at
Waves," newly painted and a few extra I ":"Mile-a-Minute Girl" has a new auto the catarrhal mucus from the intes .1 women and children as is evidenced I the audience is almost breathlesswith least 20,000,000! of which are utterly
\ thrills added as usual will) cater and m'otordrome; she has five allsistam.t. tinal tract and allays the inflammation -by every audience that gathers to enjoy amazement. In the big scenes worthless. These twenty million
to the society portion of the ., including the beautiful Hope- which causes practically'all''I'i this eighth wonder of the world.A the applause and cheers are most inspiring < enemies of the
One of the new features well) sisters. The new drome is the 1 stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, large part; of the power of the brutes are hcriditary
is called the "War of the nUdicnre'j largest ever built and is much stronger including appendicitis. One dose will'f I piece comes from the overwhelming There will be two performances sheep, and also are responsible for
was originated, built, and consequently safer than the I convince or money refunded. For sale I I rapidity of its action. The spectatoris every day at 2:15 and 8:15: p. m., Feb. the Inexcusable scarcity of. woollerinthis
copyrighted by Cupt. Geol' oldnfashioned one. Captain George I by J. Z. Roberson: druggist. ... carried- hither and thither with, al- 1 at the Casino. country.


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NEWS AM: NOTES OF THE "WO IHm' CITY" ..

__ JAMES MILES, MANAGERWritten :' :.

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: "*' The Veterans' .Association met on Opening song "America,". followedby r- 4 t ;, i ,, 'I. ., ,, ,, :
j Saturday at 2 p. m. in G, A. R hall;, prayer. ,. ;"1 .
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+ with President Kenney in the chair. Song! "Tenting the Old Camp '.(
Opening song, "America,1;; followed Ground." ,j
f Rev. 'Westcott' Resolutions were read on the deathof ,.,,
by prayer by ,. '
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Mr, and Mrs. Weath- _
Song, "Here's to the Friends ,Wes Mrs. Evory. '. '
erston were appointed a committeeon ''V.., i,1 + t
Love. I, 1'd' ..1 4w 1 nW.M i,
r Minutes of the preceding 'meeting resolutions ,
were read and approved. "The St. 'Song, .!Nellie Gray." r4-
I ', Cloud yell". was .then given! Short Reading, "Barbara Fritchie," by TY
talk by F. C, Kit g./ :' :Mrs. Marskie.
"The Wreck of the Gray
Song, 'Old Kentucky Home.: Reading,
1 Four minute talk on War by 'Presi i>- Swan," by Mrs .Francher: ,
dent Kenney. The meeting was Reading! "On St. Paul's Cathedral"by .
turned over to Mrs. Grimes tn charge Mrs. Cranston. .
of the'social hour. Adjourned to meet first :Tuesday in 1,1.

Song, "Face) to Face,'.' by 1>(rll.8hore :'Ilarc-h'in Oak Grove' Park; weatherpermittinil.

,.who. gave for encore "I f' ] wan "I
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as Young'as I' Used to Be." ;\11'. and Irs. Wm McCool: and JL '
Recitation by A. ',W. Daughterly, R. B. 1'11t1.4'rsIand/ Sam Manna! of l1raarana J
of the Pioneers." Heaver i.'ullll, Pa., who are spend'nif ,, rutr'lFn/n mrlw "nrTU rn
'The Sons L:rase aril rfleR n wa .r. 4 ?_..,,. .Ilia ru
Music by the Swiss Musicians on the winter; ui j j\U4jnimefe; inov'jitii. to r.rrr r terra n.

.. the vonlin and accordion." St. .Cloud Sunday afternoon,;, where .
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''Solo by, Miss Alexander, "On the : they Here, ; the'guests of ,M Ir:. and .Mrs. -
Bonnie Banks of -' -,'" and ,fur j John Houston on ])11 la,,'a re' avenue. .
encore sang "I'd Rathe.r Get Married The ;Michigan Association met on '
.,than Die An Old Maid... II Wednesday in the old G; A. R. hall
IVof. Bullard gave Thanatop'sis and for 'dinner'Hnd a pro ram' afterward
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for an encore-"Annabelle Lee." ;Mr. Frank Forsaith hasbought Uie ...
Song by Little Clara May Hibbard I J. O. McNew 1 place on Minnesota, avenue
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in the Malvy language, and for encore I and .Fifth street.
"Sail Baby Sail." Mr. and Mrs, Baker who have been I II
Address by Hon. Wesley Gould of I stopping in Kissimmee, came over to - .
New York Cjty : ., our city, on Monday for the r'main.1 I

t .."..-.. -wttt"rr'tr t ....'"."a'""-""'.'...In SoloJ. v.Il1'Ij, leinsie,\.._';( !llhe der 1V of Wiwirierstand the" winter.\)!'\ltn'::'Ffr'Stg'Nat.IAtiel: "t" : :Tlt a istone- j, Hotel IY"",'-+'zI".I..' ...,.. .......... _. ."...::1.ffD"t"es.;- """'I .o::. ,."."...."." -i ,,-;:-;.\.-;' .- -'

'Recitation'"Over ;'t thV'Hills-to : tfte tank building has been purchased .
i Poor House!. by Mr.: McKay.. 'of the new Hank of St. Cloud, whichwe .. ,
Song by F. C. King hope will be opened shortly.Mr. ,
I Recitation by Edith Harrod. Stebbins has bought the place Where Fair Visitors Will Receive 'With Bath per Day - 3.50
; 1 Recitation by It little girl from Ten owned my Miss Zllydia'himp..y. on .
New York
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nessee.Recitation by Miss Cathca'rt. -. The W. C. T. U. met on :Monday af- a Cordial Welcome Without Bath, per Day, $3,00
: Song by Mr. Holmes, "Marching ernoon in the Baptist ('hurC'ht after ,
;f.!' Thro Georgia." which Mr. 'Iliitan: !Pledger of kissimnce -
t' Recitation, "Sheridan's Rule." food administrator! for Oseeola
Singing, "Star Spangled Uanner." county, gave:: an interesting and instructive I .." .. ..

Adjourned until Saturday, Feb 9. :'I"" Hill talk.of Xarcoossee was a .St Mr. Henry Hooper has -purchasedthe Wilson, Holmes Meek: Palmer, Morris : -( freight stamps, etc _ . 1.VJ.02! | OF ..1 r
("loud caller on Tuesday Lemuel Williams place on ;Michigan Rath Farris and 'orman. Kum- Stout Lumber Co., wood )1C; 1. P 1200': SMALL ACREAGE
The No'rth East Unit of the Red A reception will be held by :'II rs.ZII1I111Prman's aVenue. quats winning ba: score of 22 to 9.> .J I. J. Ilnnn, shop work . .;,0(.) I
Cross nerved a lunch in the old G.; A. clas< at the church on Mrs Rankin is quite ill at this Mrs. Ruth Ada Evory, died on Wed Kiss. Valley Gazette, printing
R. hall on Saturday afternoon after Friday evening! writing.Messrs.. nesday last at 3 o'clock a, m., January and supplies _ -_ _ _ f.f>0Oseeola COTTON TO BE GROWNThe
the association and a rood wasrealized I her home in .Addi- ('0., wrench for
\ sum Miss I Villa Riley of the Florida Nalonal HO, at Doop's Motor
for a good l cause.The j t Bank of Jacksonville, was visiting Wm. Frazer :Mexico Mo., tion. The funeral !services were heldin W. & L" Plant _ _ _- _ \1.00M. (
r Priscilju club met on 1 Friday her parents here on Sunday. J. B. Tuttle Franklin, N. II., G..Patterson the Presbyterian church on Sat.ur.'day : i. Tiller, 1ns. W & L Plant.777: KiHsimmci1 Hoard of Trade ha>
South :Merrimack N. II., and
: with Mrs. 1Kenne Ruth Lakeshore ; 1Vks.lum-I
afternoon Feb. 1st afternoon. Interment. madein Novelty been letter +"
ipceiving; !? .r. inquiry
:Mr and :Mrs. W. E. : from !
oF'hnldaa McGary David W. Cormat.h North\ Johnstown, _ I
After theusual Rose Hill cemetery by UndertakerC. ber.Jor W L Plant n l.Ort through its secretary, A. .E. Thomas I ,
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K who spending\ the .
business Earhngjton are I'a. who the winter in '
> are spending '
i l', was transacted the afternoon E. Carlson. The husband has the Mine ;Mill & Supply < 0., wire relative to the amount of .cotton that
in winter in KUsimmee, were the guestsof Orlando, were in St. Cloud on Monday for E L Plant _ _ .. !
I' was pleasantly spent snipping Mr. and :Mrs Josh Ferguso.i, last "sympathy' of the community in his : - u -' 309.17)I would W planted in OMCvolu county
: looking over their holdings. __ '
rags for the Red Cross pillows. bereavement. B. Dicker.son, cement --- .R; this yen r. Cotton has\ never been ilvtiiplc
f'. The club decided, to have a cafeteria Thursday afternoon and evening, returning The veterans ball' teams played Dr. :Martin district superintendentof Tampa Trib. Pub. Co., supplies 29.5:1'! { : crop here, thougli it has long
lunch on Feb. 15 in the old t;. A.. n.1.' to Kissimmee Friday morn- their first game last Wednesday af the Jacksonville Conference, Worthington I'ump & :Mch.'Co I been known that it can be grown. uccessfully -
Ik 1. hall, from 4 to 6 p. m.. half of the ing.Mr ternoon.. They were dubbed "Kum- preached at the M 1.. E. church on Sunday suppplies u____ ____ . 7.1 1 II in this section. The impetusin
Ir.. proceeds to go to the Red Cross. ? : and ?Mrs. Z. Baraper were Kis- cjuats" and ,"Grapefruits." The lineup morning: and evening: lust. Flu L'I ee. Sup.' Co., supplies.5.i! I.2 the direction to agricultural/ development
I. The New York Veterans' Association simme! ,visitors on Tuesday. was, Kumquats-Clark, Davies, A large alligator basking in the Wenner-Sawyer Co. supplies. 1.l0! ( )1' combined with the Increased : .
i( met' Tuesday afternoon in Moose Mist Valma Crow of Ripley. W. lyounsbury, Wright, Gtmmill! andus, sunshine on New York avenue attracted 'I Osceola Hdw. Co., supplies. 30.94 demand l for this product\ will likely (
1 I hall with President Francher in the Va., is the guest this week of :Mrs. Rich, Buckmaeter, Barber and Lun- a lot of attention, but on investigation 1 1I A. S. Gilbert, gas uuu _ 10,66M. (;'; I result in the planting of a considerable -
chair.: Riley on New York avenue dus. Grapefruit*-King; Quallms.) : proved to be the! one that ,,| !. S. May, representing Corner I acreage/ though the amount
l . .. t I has been in the old bank building\ alii, Drug Store, asked- that lamp post at could l not be estimated at this< .tim< .
-- winter. i intersection of Broadway and I'os- N. C. Bryan, manager:: of the Waters -
The two daughters of Mr. and Mrs. siel avenue, recently, blown .down !Ile & Carson Grocery .....mpllnwhl''ti
) : David Bluebaugh: from Oklahoma arei repaired. The same was referred! to interviewed on the subject.nid., : ":S'o;
visiting them at their home on Michigan that committee for attention. definite information can be- given out
avenue and Eleventh street. The 'matter of drainage ditches! in now. I ordered twenty-five bushels
FAIR' North and West Kissimmee was tak-. of need on a long chance, thinking ft
I en up definite action being deferred. probable the farmers would experiment "
pending further information. i along this line." This amounthe

: Proceedings . Communication from, A,..C, L.. ..Ry said.would pluntyaboou .. .f)y acres! "
i, VISITORS WELCOME 1 ';: , Co.1 and;Snow( &b Bryanjregardingi j though 1)UwaL) pinIOn Lila: ' a mllC'

the CityLGouncili I,12rrdeeision assessmentjEreferredlt fcityKattornpy'icompanyWwafMpresentedjrwhich'ftwas'! .Inrgerjacreage; v 0 u cWhenxasked f grower

r .1 mum ttBlttt\\nmt\ i m mimn i* Wood wt.h Tucker rack
I Itontrac who'mightJplani.l1hl 1'0 helrrpliI'dr
..' \', 'i thatfwhilerno" !hid ,tirted'positively ,
-::. February iJ r 1918.? approved and ordered filed:"-"- *"- ,r I, that they would grow cotton. such
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I The council met in regular session, There being no further' business, men as J. M I. Lee, C. A. ("al'1 'there being present F. H. Lawson, the council adjourned to meet in adjourned I I. Barber, J, W. ;Miller and \Vcslev
Roma session Tuesday, February12th Clark had expressed" their intentionof
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Thomas, B. E. Haley Howell Bass, / to. wn
F. H, LAWSON, I
and J. R. Gilbert, clerk. The minutesof stand is ,:: arrangement1-
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fifteen the 11.t ofFt.'bl'Ullry
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the last meeting were read and approved I plant acre nn
Clerk.
reports of officers were examined or the first of :March, :hen
and approved. Bills were \ the crop should bp planted, rinnymore
I approved \ IX'IIU'ISI'fOU: : DIES .
MACH BROTHERS and ordered paid a*, follows: may join the list.ADVERTISED t. .
J. S. Cadel sal. as mayor __ _$ '10.00 ;Mrs Elizabeth: 'W. Bloom, who
G. W. Overstreet, sal. marshal ,.J.OOC. came here with her parents, Mr. and LETTERS
I F.. Tyson, sal. police ___ _ .Oil :'II I'M.V.. I D. Porter from li.-iralxm,
J. .Z. Roberson, sal. treasurer 25.00 Wi<., hoping to l he benefited-in; health Following;: is the:htt of uncallo for
J. R. Gilbert :sal as clerk and I' died February 1st at their rooms at
GARAGE deputy collector u_ _ __ _ 100.00 the Gravstone hotel. I letters remaining in the 'p'of ltofti.'e at
; Lewis O'Bryan, sal. city Atty. 25.00 Rev. Kirkby pronounced a short! Kissimmee, Florida for the two weeks\
1 j F. 11. Lawson, nibr. Council 600 service at J. W. Thompson's undertaking ending Feb '25. 1ft;18! :
I. W. W. Carson mhr. Council _ 5.00 I parlors and the remains were Bass Mrs. :Millie; Ua-s, :Miss Flossie -
I Roma Thomas mbr. CounciL. 5.00B. expressed to Barcboo and plated in Bell; Brown. Miss Mary Pauline; \I c
r- ', ' E. Haley, mbr. Council ____ 5.00 a vault. The funeral l. services and Combs Mrs. Lillian; Rrownfl Alfred;
f and Livery Howell Bass, mbr. Council_ 5.00 burial will be held in the'spring when Howard, Eliza .((3)i >; Jackson, John;
> State Bank of Kiss? rent Jan. 40.00 the family returns to tl eir home. Lee, James, ; Ross, Willie| Story Miss
Kiss.! Tel. Co., phone rent___ 6.23 Mr. and Mrs. Porter have the sym I Minnie. iE.
G. W. Overstreet, cost in M.C. 2,00 pathy of the community in their be B. SIMPSON'
Kiss. Valley Gazette, printingand reavement I Postmaster.
Open Day and Night legate ads. _u_- -__ _- 48.15
Dr. C. L. Hyatt, visiting city

prisoners _ ___ u_ ____ .__ 10.00
J. M. Woodal, supt. St. work.. 75.60
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Warren Wayman, St. work __ 40.50
Dave Sutton St. work 9.00J. .
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Dealers In I R. Gilbert adv. for St. work 102.60
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I R. S. Floyd Viule feed _hu 56.70 /
& C Gro. Co., mute' feed41.99 FAIR
:: //w Lbr. Co., Ibr.- St. work 1.88
J. Dann, shop work St Dept. 1.25J. IWEEKI
Buick Oakland and R. Gilbert, stamps & stat'y 2.00 I
:Mose Crowder sext. cemetery 30.00
Kiss. Concert Band donation 50.00 I

Chapter House donation _ _ 25.00 !I
Burroughs/ Adc.ng Mch. contract
Cole Cars I-:! year on add. mch. 5.50 I
A. C. L. Ry. ('0,. freigl.t four '

car loads shell u_ __ __ ___ 94.32
Lupfer & Prather, supplies for

Fire Dept ________ hhh 7.00A.
L. Davidson, cement ___u 3.70 -
i Jerry Bunn janitor __ __ ___a. 1.50E. Will be one of the greatest attractions '""'
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C. Seaver, sal. scavenger. 50.00 _
Floyd Yates, sal. 50.00
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AUTOS Osceola Hdw. Co., supplies for HI in town during
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St/ Dept. un_____ _______ 3.95 r
J. C. Griffin, shop work hn_ 3.15 JS Fair Week
PearlJohns wood foi C. ]1.__ 2.00
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Special Rates to Fair Grounds State Bank of Kiss pay roll .
for street hands ___ _______ 30.45 H Complete Change of Bargains Every Day =
Sam L. Lupfer, sect., pay roll I _
fire dept. _.,______.___u_ 26.50 '' = -
PHONE 113[ W. A. Joiner, sal. supt. W. & ATTaylor's

L Plant _____________....__. 150.00 -
S. E. Gardner sal. engineer __ 82.50
Chas. Thompson, sal engineer 82.501 I Cash
V. R Ellis, sal. engineer ---. 82.50 GroceryPhone -
Tros. Miller, Sal.: lineman ____ 75.00 I -
j Quick Service, Expert Chauffeurs Kissimmee, Fla. Arthur Bronson, bal. fireman 7.20
Will Yates, bal. sal. fireman__ 51,401A. I
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1 E. Thomas col. adv. labor 11.02 = 250 Quick o .
f A. E. Thomas, sal collector.- 75.00 Delivery

'l Tucker Brick Co., wood Jan. 588.00'
A. E. Thomas, col. refunds 'II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIffiffl

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.1! Syrup P-epsinl: DIES AT LAKELAND Last Friday evening the homo of The pleasant event of the week was COUNCIL OF DEFENSEGainesville
Mr.' and Mrs. W.'S. Knight was the (the party given at the residence of
scene of tho most successful' "social Henry Bi-onaon on Saturday evening.
.. ', The whole city WAS shocked and evening" that Deer Park has ever enjoyed Among those present were Mr. and Fla. Feb. 9, 1918.
",, +I' The Perfect Laxativeis saddened this morning' when it was The invtiation to,,com to a !Mrs. Henry ttronson, Mr, and Mrs. To the Members of the Council of
_. : learned that Mrs. II. Edgar Cole was "taffy-pull"' aroused keen interest, Richard Bronson, Mr. and Mrs. Alton State Defense:
a found dead in her 'room last evening but none realized the treat which was Bronson, !Mr. and Mr*. Henry Keene, lion Sidney J. Catts, Governor of
. _about 6:20 o'clock. in store row: them. The spacious Rev. and Mrs. Christmas, Mr. and Florida, has called a meeting of the
I Yesterday morning she and Mr. hosue was soon( filled to its capacity Mrs. W. &'Kelly Mr.\ and Mrs. Chas. Council of State Defense to meet in
I an ideal remedy for cortstiI Cole, toJref.her.with, their son, Private and then merriment began in 1'.1 itsortsof Jester, and the Misses Mildred An- the Chamber of Commerce room,
" '," Russell Cole, left their apartments at pleasant games on tho lawn, veranda demon, Annie and Hattie Christmas, Jacksonville, Florida at 11 o'clock,
'!' I the residence of Mr., and Mrs. Clifford and in the parlor. Men and Leona and Louise Bronso... Nona and Friday, February 15th. This is the
pation. ., It is combination. of : Livingston's, South Tenndreee' ave.' women In their sixties were magically Lillie Bronson, Ada and Florence most important event that has occurred -
nue, to go to breakfast at Mrs. Kate transformed-to youth and maidens Maddux, Bessie and Myrtle Bronson, in connection with the State
simple laxative herbs with pepsin that : Both'a, and later they went to the .* Had this happy gathering oc-' Adelle, Vera and Venctta. Burnantt; Council 0(. Defense, and it is incumbent .
'. store, where Mrs. Cole stayed with cuired earlier in Florida history, poor Leslie Bright: Nora Jester, and upon everyone who can possibly
acts in an easy, natural manner, and is CC I Mr. Cole and their son until, shortly old' Ponce Da Leon would now be Messrs. Morgan Bronson, Coy and do so to be present and aid in this
: : after II o'clock, when she said she hunting deer and wild turkeys with Earl Bronson, Ivon and Gordon Ma patriotic movement. It is most important
, as ,safe for .children as it is positively :. believed she would go home'and rest I the, other ;-oung'husky Floridian. dux Dan Johnson,. Randall Maddux. that every person in the'state
." an hour before lunch, and when at 12 The bright lights! were outshone by Omar and Edward Bosse; Elja Rig- of Florida give his hearty support to
);;v J r .f; 1 effective on the strongest 'constitution.' I o'clock .Mr. Cole and Private Cole flashes of wit and merri ant When ney, Mr. King,. Steve Bronson and this work. The object,of the meeting-
'J'' f] f .' went to lunch and she did not ap-e lithe: warmcandy was brought it was Edgar Murnam. lit. .
i \ t.'. .,- alarmed for treated in the proper The in ((1)) To determine the to be
not for policy
':f ';t''' ' pear they were they)r manner a evening was spent games ..
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//1"I'I''j,":';" ..' thought: she often layed down before short time, and then ell agreed that and music and an enjoyable time was pursued by the State Council; ,
"' '''' '''" lunch and overslept, and they| ,returned -{:i I those who had prepared !It knew ex-- had by all. ((2) To' provide for publicity of
: :' :;>I,: ,;,,, I Solid in Drug Stores Everywhere : to the store without going to actly how to do it, Mr. Eagerton was ,Mm. Frank Bowen and Mrs. Bag- matters of state and national Import.
"\>>" i 0, ',,,'\, '' ' the apartments to bee about her: In discovered as one having something ley left for )Florida City last week. anre. .
4't ., 50'cts. '" ( ''' )' $ 00 ... the afternoon when she did not come to do with' the entertainment, ando n < Mr. and Mrs.. Waring, 'who have ((3)) To provide funds for clerical
V : ,X. .in. = down, Mr. Cole only thought t.hat.per- leaving, everyone'' felt that as entertainers spent some time here, have gone 'to. work incident to the furtherance of
; '' o. I haps she had !pone out with some of he'and the .Knight family Salt Lake City, Utah, the task;,
\ .. her friends and therefore he did not were tt combination, :Lard to beM. Mr.'and Mrs., Ivon Roberts are re ((4)) To elect a chairman and secretary
"t'" ..... ' .' .' think: anything wai the matterand MillS Matiie Tyson, our popular joicing: over the. arrival .of. a, little for the' ensuing year. '
't 19 i4.:?1 : :: = A trial bottle tan tr eblainrd., frrt_,if'tAargtyuritieg ,. 'I at supper time he went to their apartments pchopl teacher, spent last week a\\ he' daughter. ' Be sure and impress it upon the
-.'. to take her to Upon home in Narcoossee Quite nn' acreage is being "plantedto minds .of al patriotic( citizens with
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)i A r"" e-nH'.inp't"e rom.'he found her lying illness of her brother, potatoes in section. you some contact that it is
,.Io:;'' < (. ,\;. .. .. cold in death and from all vindications ,i About'fifty new ochool desks of Services are being held in the their duty to be present.
'"01., '1 ,, i;, ,', ....-.._........-................................ she must: .have been dead about four iml; roved, type, end three :largo blackboards nn- school l building. Rev. Christmas,. pas. Very respectfully yours, .
,0'C'' hours. tor. p, H. ROLFS, Chairman.INICS .
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L, ., --.--- -- -- -- could not find any direct cause for much needed improvement there. MEATLESS DAYS ARE' TOBLAME w
," her death, but it j u supposed that it Mr. Young Tindall spent,Sunday i Aft i
ocame as a result of heart trouble, Kissimmee with his family, who ale FOR THIS
o: .. as she was lying UK if asleep on her leuuiing there. .

ill.. .' . rr ? j > 1I1t13. 'bed btf: ''811'and'indicatforfitfhe\looked perfectly', '''=puS naturalnn4 confined ,
her
I'great beyond without a struggle. months, has to home for s,icrai l since the inauguration of the ..
recovered"
She had been an invalid for pracr be about again. sufficiently to meatless day -consumption of chickenand
TlJ R..EI T ticaly twenty-three years, and physicians :Miss Grace Jt vis of oysters had increased more than
I Kenans
had done their best to help her is visiting' will her friend (!, 25 per vent, u Cleveland bard broke
( Miss Uculuh -
and last fall her condition became l Lanier. loose with the following
I worse and she went North, thinking The huge store "Said the chicken to the oyster! I
I that the change would benefit her. 'I II erected by Mr. H. H. Ulaibeo building being am feeling mighty hlie All my folks
I: She! returned lust three weeks ago: l completion is nedl''nle ale disappearing and I fear that
'- and seemed to be in much better con T. yours are, too. Now. I lay the blame
Mr. C. : ch.:
Cornr'on's dren
I dition, and yesterday morning: .when and Mary from Kl Paso, Texas,,Peter have entirely upon Hoover, who they say,
she bade her husband and Ron ood- started all this fearful bloodshedwith .
come to live here, and
huvo
by at the jewelry store she seemed i both the day and jomgd( his doggone meatless day.
''as well as usual.) Sundry ochool. "In the days before the Kaiser
"r The deceased was 44 years and 11 Mr. David I'eel of Melbourne Wasa I took the Allies by the throat, Sunday
recent visitor in Deer
months old and was born in ChumP eel is in Park. ;Mr was the only day that could get a
charge of the
Houses Pa., from whence she movedto \ castor ,bea'ngrowing chicken's
liersburg, goat; now that Tuesday hnIwcn "
T TTwo Mt. Carroll 111., where she met Mr. vard county for, the and southern: end of Hrc- added, every feathered friend HBM -' NWSTAATION5 '
contemplates
Cole, to whom she was wedded on planting I've got is a victim of conscription 360 ABTIciH
I April 18, 1894, Seven years ago count large the acreage on his own ac- cold in death, they serve him hot.
they came to Florida and made their Park. on prairie east of Deer "believe', you," sobbed the bivalve, BETTER

home in Kissimmee, where they lived The planting :of Irish "we are dying by the score; fourteen
until last October a year ago, when potatoes is million lovely oysters beckon from THAN
progressing
:: .' ,ALSO they came to Lakeland to live. Since of: the larger very favorably Several the other shore. Moral fibre in us ,
coming here Mrs. Cole made many planting and.1: 'others growers will have finished weakens Chanticleer, I get the blues, EVER15c
finish
friends who mourn her death, which week. this when I think how many comrades on
incident is one of the saddest that seed have Approximately been sold 2400 seeks of their dying day were stews. a copyAt
. has ever occurred in Lakeland, and Kempfer for planting in by Hopkins & "Soon I'll go to join my fellows," Year Nw4alrYearly .
this
y the hearts of friends in vicinity. and he shivered in his "with
the city an' shell,
: Large Tracts of Land surrounding com unity are filled Next day four old men were seen this meatless day, this Hoover, gives Subscription Sl.BO
I with sorrow and extend to the be- running a ..c ot-race and one on awelter fifty kinds of h- misfortune. He's Send for oar n.u>fr..Ca?.
actually swam rcrocs the Jane slog of mechanical froofa
. reaved husband and son their sincere , sympathy in this dark hour. swamp. gourmandizing dupe-they may serve'II j Popular Mechanics. Magazine
i I The funeral servces were held at Subscribe for the you baked or roasted; thanoes are I N...... MIchlBM Aw_... Cateag
3 o'clock this afternoon at the undertaking Valley Gazette. that. I'll be soup."-Exchange.
.... for Term of Years for I .
Grazing
: chapel, where a large concourse -- - .--- .. .. ,
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I of friends gathered to pay ,
their\ last respects. The Rev L. D.
,Purposes Lowe pastor of the First :Methodist r
I church, of which the deceased was a
1 member was in charge of the serv-
ices. Many beautiful. floral offeringswere forVlritoiy
contributed, showing the. love Bargains :: f fr
and respect .in 'which the (deceased
was, held. Interment was made in -
Bands for Sale.. on. 2O-Year-Ti l :,, Lakeland t'cemeteryt-lakeland Star.
. :':;" ' I I'' .. I .11ifJ.mmMW! ; /' J'l..Mra.)?COle1.WaIll4Wellknown in Kissimmeelwhere.8he.regided -
for several
. .' .., ""..,.,"'.''''\....... years Shelwas'lf..e'!!member'of the.
:Methodist church here and was activein
Sunday school work. The news of
-S her sudden death came as a shock to
her wide, circle of friends in this city
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and I they unite in extending their .
Hunter Land Co.
I and sympathy son. to the bereaved husband


I TO STOP LOSS OF CALL ON

150000.000 EGGS ,
KISSIMMEE FLA. .
Washington, D. C.. Feb. 10.-'Over
150,000,000 eggs will be lost to the '
food supply of the United States if W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY

the old practice of Bending hens to _
market at: this season is continued.

Figures compiled by the poultry .. .
specialists of the United States Department l
FOR -
OO"oo....4<<' < C ..X' ; o of Agriculture: show that
more than 5,000,000 laying hens, each
: capable of producing 30 eggs, are
sent to market from southern states
T in the winter and early spring. .
:: Every effort, therefore, is being
.I WELCOME made to 'encourage farmers to keep Roofing Building Hardware
: their hens until after the spring ley- ,
.. ing Reason, thereby.getting a dividend
for keeping the hen through: the wino
ter. The specialists point out that
when a hen is sold for meat early in Sporting Goods
the sp'ring; the farmer gets: no egg

return through for the feeding worst months and keeping of the year.her .
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: BRYAN CYCLE CO. I after Moreover she ,has the produc hen '11 d! her marketable\ spring FISHING TACKLE. AND

.'. eggs. Poultry in blip may bring 2
+ Y cents a pound less than it does in
Y'- x, February but, they point out, the 'JO
'1' :f eggs produced by the hen largely Ammunition of All Kinds.
from wastes, more than offset any reduction -
, HUDSON AND f: poultry. in the price offered f for live

.. 'i An energetic egg-saving (campaign\ ,
to prevent early slaughter of the hen !
i ADLAKEBICYCLES .f that "lays the golden egg" I is. now being "
conducted throughout the southern
states. North of the Ohio rivt'r.1
farmers have long: appreciated, the ad- Full Line of
]; !: Vantage of getting the spring crop .
of eggs and marketing: their hens af .
ter the laying season or in the fall.
They believe that adoption of thi.1 General Hardware
f plan by southern chicken raisers will .
I
be profitable and will materially add
c i to the food supply of the nation. I ,
,
and Bicycle Supplies Geo. W. Harmon has just returned

\ from, a visit to relatives in Georgia.
\\ He stopped a day in Jacksonville and
visited with Lawrence Griffin and "
....f Graham Young, and rlso visited at
Tamp Gordon. Ho stopped one day in
: Repairing a Specialty Macon and went out to Camp Wheeler W. B. MakinsonCompany- .
where he saw the boys of Company -
3., who !seemed happyand contented,
notwithstanding the camp was very ,
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-; 105 BROADWAY KISSIMMEE. FLA. muddy at that time-

.t S... Opposite Passenger Depot Phone 123
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Extends( Greetings to the Thousands Who Will Throne! the .


Fair next week. Meet us at the Fair; for we'll all. be there: ,

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J Good"' cooking' utensils arc a necessity in every h'd";;; we<"''''' Ever 'since the Indians; 1fd'f.f.'knives out nf n1TI''ti1' ;

I I sell about everything there is 'in that line. Take the matter of Cotbeen interested iti Cutlery. We offer a complete line, both in" Household

fee Pots for example; we have them from little cheap affair with and Pocket Cutlery. O'ti most of it are the manic letters O.V.B.

a dent in it, to the fine-it Nickle Plated; Electric Percolutor. It.is. then which means "Our }Very Best." You cant mistake when. you buy

so"no other lines and we arc ready to give you good value always. that brand. 1> ..


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We have a carload of Wire Fencing bought and hope it is on the way, but just now Of course you are going to take the Baby to the Fair next week and will .need a nice

freight are uncertain so we cannot tell exactly when it will come. Cab or Go-Cart. We have them. The Cab and Go-Cart we mean, not the Baby \

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Icy Hot Thermo Bottles are a wcncJer. Will keep your coffee scalding hot all day, You will probably entertain a lot of company during the Fair and will want to fit up -

and if your taste runs to cold drinks they will keep them cold as ice. Works both ways, another room with bed, dresser rugs and "sch.! If so, remember that we. are in a position

e you see, and gets them "a goin' and .a ccmin'." to be your best friend at such) a time.


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Gashnm was telling Susftle .the other ,day that there was nothing 10 bad that, it could not be worse. Watch. this space next week and learn how Gashum and Susette

"I. don't know! about that," said the, "arn't toburculosis, germs as bad as they could postiblj be?" j

"Oh no," said be, "for they might sing while they ware digging a fellow's lungs and liver out." went to the Osceola: County Fair. .





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and no 100 Dollars at the Citizens Butcher shops In San Pran\ sco The Kissimmee Valley Gazette last

I' MONTHLY PROCEEDINGS OF Bunk of Kissimmee' Kissimmee, For-: will probably. close on meatless.Tues j Friday .contained the full ,programfor GOOD TO THE LAST DROP

ida, for value received, with interest days, in accordance with action taken I the Osceola county fair which will
by the butchers' board of trades of
+", THE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD after maturity at 'the rate of 8 percent : that, city. This action is nbt asked open February 19! and continue

i per annum until paid, together for by the government, but has been through filled February with interesting 23. The events five daysare and MflXWELLHOUSE )-

1 ---- with an attorney's feo of ten per cent suggested as a desirable local measure.Weekly -
The School Board met in reg-ulai, W II rhllllpHwood: sth 13 300 Bulletin big erowdsl are expected. Splendidprlzes"'have'
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,stied' fie ofthee,principal i sum hereof in case been anounced for variousthing
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J L Overture r..eordinJ ".1 : ', :, -
cession;.,there beiingpresent W.. C. ." ;" : ::(
sch jllljiS&ift,23! .75.TrasKt '> : '
I Bass,*chairman;:!Wli R/!Lanier>and|J.H.a .t'ar..on"I"arm..r." /Nash>S.n'Insi rontract,mTmiluo 1 .oofewf paymentfshouldLno\, uu ,!- >'.tbemadeictima!; *> *!.?.* ,r <(. t fcS'Arej 5/-V.>'>I "' ;>'I those" -'-vrw3JfiJ'SBHtoftSM fwho!: :f have" s the J German' Jt | }lto Lbe-) ';.shown and excellent.radnlC'1JI .
BaiBden"'also, |E'&' Yowl.'l1;|Super I' !,' '*.'."''J.I U. No.1. Mu.dChas turn and-this. note ue''given to anjktjtorrieyJiforffcolleitiojnJBfAll measles to i be rcgnsjderedj prggerinan J 'to"be' oneofjthe|| features of

l, intendent ______ ____ JluRhe'pewuodsch/ a architect.Of"Mr .makers: or patriotic JflV I the)week Tll 4Uscceolaeounty: ,fait'IsJalways'1' COFFEE
The"minutes ', or"the"last meetingwere AWJ.WMacDorjouKfor endorsersTand other parties' liable WfiW pJ f >>*WBHMH aniinteresting.event; ; and
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the Kenunsville school building, thatfof*1918'wil!!*1ikely"1"surpaSs in
read and waive
approved. herein severally
presentment A want ad: in the Valley Gazette j
The State Bank of Kissimmeecounty submitted a certificate to the board protest and notice of dishonor, and point of exhitt: all previous occasions. -
showing 1848.75 to be due Trask & will rent your spare rooms. flSK YOUR GROCER
school depository, reported as the endorsers severally grant an .extension .-Time8-Union.
follows Nash, the contractors of said build- time of
: I of payment or p st-
General Mrbool Fad ing. The board ordered a warrant ponement of right to. enforce this
To balance-on hand as per last for ;$1500.00; drawn on special Tax note.
r..port.. u -. $l'120!! District No't:' and a warrant for Instriction\
Board of Public
To amt reed from JutlK T M, I
t Murphy .. . .. ._ _. ._ UC:! 50 $:J41>1.7.> drawn on the General School of Osceola !County, Florida.
To amounts received from ,<." Fund to cover the amount of this cer Which said form is hereby approvedby
Li. Handy T. C .___.Cu. f.23 46 tificate. this board. \ Two little
i To amt iecelvcdfrom stair! The board appointed W. C. Bass .
Tank, Interest .___ .. ', 42 "J There being no further business,
7.' i-mt. rer Kenan Jr ex(', M L., Klaiiler ... to select the hardware for the Ken- regular meeting, March 4th, A. I). .
UlnKlium' dunutlun .-_.. 3111'(1.(1(/. ansville school building, according to 1918.!
the terms of the contract.T. pIecrust.secrets
W. C.
Attest: BASS
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fly I.ltld l warrants. '" as per li8\. 107 ri3f.i M. Murphy county judge, filed C. K. YOWELL, Chairman .
liy balanc .., _ __ _' ._ ._ -.' / 76J'J'fa his report ,of hunting licenses collected Superintendent '> I
r.. f. N.1). \u. I Ku.d during the month of January,

To report balanou on.. liald us per. ..la.....t. showing $!!8.75 deposited/ to the Here are two practical pie-crust r
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BRITISH GOVERNMENT '
U UandylT. ,C,, .n__..._-_- 10S 65 The board ordered a bill of sale to They were given to us hy a R1'

lie made to J. R. I'ettit, for the old cook whose wholesome Cottolene ..

Dy p1\1.1' 'H.anI8 as PH )lia!__ COB 64 3.11H4 Bassville school building and placedin HELPS PAY FOR BREAD pie-crust was tender and flaky treat. .
the State Bank, said bill of sale
By balance -._ 211119 to be delivered to'''']Mr. Petlit when the Hint No. /., Always chop your

$. X. I). N*. :2 Ku Be- money for the building wr.s paid in.The There has been much mlsmn er- into the flourwith knives.Don't
To lial. as per, last rcpt "hh. 131 '93 resolution_ shortening .
following was standing about the bread
pass- In
To amt reed from C 1 Handy 6.3213K program
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--!_ ed by the board: England. It Is true that the Kngllsh- mix it in with your hands.

.26 Whereas: the Board of Public Instruction man buys a loaf of bread for leas thanan 1. Be. sure Cotfolerw U Hint No. 2. 4. Mix in cold water gradually
By paid warrants aji Hut 2 Always keep yourshortening
per 40 of Osceola County, Florida, well chilled..
American can, but It Is poorer taking fan nut to use
By balance ,_ _'_h" 13B 71S. desires to borrow the sum of three ,bread, and the British' government Is } and your dough as cold too m ch.
N,II..N.. 0 Ro.d thousand dollars for a period of four -
paying $200,000,000 toward the as possible.
a year
To bal
as per last report2778.39 months for the purpose of paying
Aratn reed. from C. U Handy H.bo cost of It.
outstanding warrants of said School Just forgetting the money-saving
All the grain grown In Oreat Itrlt-
Board and for the

T By paid ,,..arrar.!. aj per list 2710.96 156.66: I legitimate expenses incurred crying in 'aln Is taken over by the governmentut in using Cottolene, why don't you I h + ;

.._ operating the- schools of said county I an arbitrary price and the Imported compare your economical Cottolene
By balance h__. _._ ;j '
N. ... II. ftru. K ....n.._.. I and wheat purchased on the markets: at with best
To bal as per lam r.port J._ 2fl3141'l. Whereas, under the provisions of the prevailing market price. This Is l pie-crust your very pie- j
To amt reed from C L. Handy [i iBy : Chapter G828 of the laws of Florida turned over to the mills by the government I crust made with half of butter?" _.:... '
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I.alance ___no _____nn_ 1112', this board is authorized! to borrow at a price that allows the adulterated If follow own recipe "=
such at a rate of interest not you your ,
M. N. II. No. a Kuad money war bread loaf of four pounds ,
To bal. as per last rcpt _h_._ 1 l' to exceed eight per cent per annum, to sell at 18 cents, the two pound loaf,' DC sure to use one-third less of Cotto-
To
amt reed from C Dandy -117 and whenever said loan orthe in ex- at 0 cents and the one pound loaf at S 2. Sift flour, salt and baking lene than ordinarily use of other
Hy: balance _.___._."__j______ 5; 2.1 cess of eighty per cent amount cents. powder. you !S\ After chilling the ImiMh
Warrants ere-examined cord .( 'nnr< ll.. estimated by them to be required for shortening. Cottolene goes farther for about half an hour, lull
\ ed In open se>"II inn as follow H deTier-; the mumtamunce of the common I I In France, under conditions somewhat
al School Fund "0 7.61. S S I II, No 1 schools of the county for t the next ensuing similar, but with n larger en -because it is richer.
Sl4.<4i; H. 8 U No.2 |2 45,, .s S I) No I
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3, $1S5.6&; scholastic year, traction the four pound loaf Bella for I A great many: particular women
llllls wern approved and warrants Now therefore, be it resolved' by 10 cents. | I
Issued 8.11 follows: the Board of PubliC; I Instruction of I R11 'who used to use part butter are now

C B Yowell General, sal Supt Hchool-.-F.---._..__f 14C.00 I Osceola county, Floridal that the MAKING MEATLESS, I using wholesome Cottolene aloneto
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'V C has.,, M II I* I 4.00 chairman of this Board and he is
make tender
W It anltr, M H II Uhn._._.___ r.40 hereby authorized to borrow from the DAYS PERMANENT. flaky pie-crust.
J II Ilalrden./ M H J1 I _..__._ uooJuhi. Citizens Bank of Kissimmee. Florida But perhaps would like to
I'' 'S Cadel, ally for Hoard_ 12.60 you try 1
I Fresbyt.elan church, rent 3 mos under the provisions of Chapter16N28 lii the meatless menu there Is a fertile the recipe below. You'll need
,I a'Jhu.,1 No. 1 .__-_________u_ 2600 of the Laws of Florida, the sum field for developing new and :
Krrv.lnn A Oulce, rent sch 1 __ 600 Three Thousand Dollars fora nOUJ'eablng
I I C O. Iya, rent sch 2G ___ .___ 4,00O lof period of four months with interest dishes, according to E. 11. Niles, 3. C/itf the chilled Cuno- lYe cups flour tall %Ice teaspoon balling powiivr
I li Woodall, Janitor sch 1 ____ CO.00Mr writing In the Hotel Gazette who be- 14 leaspuua water X cup Cottolene' , 6. Bake
the rate of cent lone into the u"ilb about 30 minute
at eight per per ,an- '
I ( ;J Chandler R Klgart., janitor janitor sch sch 20-N 16 33.00Jeo S.00Mlsw I num, for the uses and: purposes as lieves that the present shortage of knives. For method start at picture No, 1.Cottolene.

Albina Smith, C C Agt. __ to.00 I herein set forth, and that he be further meat and fats will not end with the
r Jt J) Brown, services sch 1 __._ 26.00 authorized to execute in the coming of peace but may grow 'more
O. B. Woodall attendance off'r 26.00
Rhea Pherlojo, orrie work ____ 16.00 name and in behalf of this Board, a acute and continue for five or six:
]CI.. Tel Co., office phon. ____ 1.00 promissory note in favor of said Citi- yean, thus making It worth while to '
,Central Scientific Co., apparatus zens Bank of Kissimmee for the said develop menus of grain vegetablesand [q
Beta No. 1 ______________ 34.80 .
8. .8. D. N.. a F..d sum of Three Thousand Dollars, anu flan on a more or less permanent .
I ).(1.. Edna $Schwelkart' sch 11 1600 Be it further resolved that th basis. Meat can be replaced by cereals;
L L ;Jordan tchr .ch 40 _.-___ ..00.Osceola form of said promissory note shall be and other protein foods, or may be '
Ildw. %7o., sup. seh 18 .. ,.* as follows: erred In very small portions as a flavoring 77wNatur Shortening-
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3 B Williams, tchr sicU f ....___ 10.00 3000.00 Kiaa mlmee. Flo., for other food. In making up
< 1 j :K :B: Franklin, sch 11 -..-..-,,---- 0.00 4, 1918. 'meatless menus this author finds our Yes! Economical Cottolene slso superior "" 'At grocer'iii tins
,;Mlm eaal."Lawaon schr'sch It 70.00 June 4th 1918, sfterjda*e we promise American Creole and southern cuisine for all frying and for all cake-making" of convenient sizes
5t IS _.... 16.00
H Franklin/ tchr sen ; to td the order of Citizens
MlM Bessie i/awson. tchr .ch IS 26.00 pay a broad field) for InTeiUgaUon. I
v UuUeY"auT, trans pupil aob..f, 0.00 Bank of Kimimmee Three Thousand

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C A. CARSON. Pre.ident. N. C. BRYAN. Secretary enjoyed good health this winter.


The Waters &. Carson II RUMINATIONS OF REXJust I Jim clerk's On'Johnston a office recent we reinstated,found visit to our the in friend his circuit Mr.old I W.C.T.U.COLUMN I j,M

position. We recognize him as a
see how Avon Park is boomedIn piece of land, the fertilizer used not gentleman of intelligence and In ev- (Mrs J. M. Cochrane.) /I
the Tampa Tribune Visit Avon being exhausted by the original crop. ery way qualified to hold his post
Park (Queen City of the Scenic They plant corn after the potatoesare This completes as perfect a- trio of "A plan for patriotic service w\s 'I. I
Grocery. Company Highlands)' surrounded by 26 beautiful gathered and when this latter is gentlemen who are both able and adopted at the National W. C. T. U.
lakes. Good fishinjr. Eighty miles willing to serve the public in any convention which will appeal to all
southeast of Tampa. The ideal place gathered they sow grass seed and thing that comes within their scope who desire to help our boys "over .
for rest health.,and recreation. 200 thus produce enough hay to 'carry as could be found in this or any other: there."
feet above sea vel. Beautiful hotel them through the winter. ,county viz.:: Messrs Bullock Over The food kitchen is one of the latest <,
Wholesale ,and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES Avon on Lake Verona' Modernto Mn. Jane Thompson has 'returned street and Johnston.The devices. It in located as near the .
the' minute. Rates reasonable. tov Kissimmee and is at present the Democratic rooster is still on I front lines as possible and from it ,.
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Avon Park Board of Trade. And with guest of her' son, Sellers. Their the rampage. General orders. No. are* served to the bo"s as they come
all this boosting: Johi, Drawdy. who daughter was sent to the insane asy- 987,632,785 calls on hens not to cackleso from the firing line hot coffee .cocoa
has recently moved to1 Kissimmeefrom lum some time since.. There was a loud when they lay an egg stat soup and other nourishing food..,
that place says our city and report that Ithe daughter was dead ing that they inform all the bad bey.JUBt' The W. C. T,' U, has undertaken to
its surroundings are superior to it in but no positive proof has been where they have laid it, and as furnish money for seven of these kitchens

-00 . .. .. ...;..- every particular; Our Kissimmee requires .brought to prove the truth of the re the family become know without telling they. for this at $700 each.should be Contribution sent to the*
40444. 4444000 + . O -. + . + + + 4 no boosting.: People! come and port.Our thereby accessories to rascality National purpose Mrs. ?
4 .. stay and they come' .from all sec friend Mr, Joe Smith continues and will forfeit K grains ')f Treasurer Marpret
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of in feeble corn 'per meal for five days as pun C, Mums 1730 Chicago avenue, Evanston -
WE SELL: .WE BUT tions. The fishermen find plenty a condition. Every- III. .
thing that .-be'. ishment for disobeying this order. I through the usual channels
+ 4 beauties. in our noble lakes; the hunter can done to alleviatehis
4o sufferings Is carried his The latest returns from Hunters' I that proper credit may' be given
HAT by making a short trip secures !: out by .
esteemed -but the Paradise indicate that a later report to localities and states. .
4s HIDES 4 plenty of game our hotels are of the wife changeable
00 GRAIN 0 0 latest design and you could not desire weather at this season' of the year. may bring important news., Mrs. Katherine Waugh McCulloch.
4 + FURS .,.':..'.:" ' 4 better; even the moat fastidious are is against him and all that can be P. P. Savage,who has been home fora legal adviser of the National W. C. T.
\ \: ,. done few days not being well, enough to U., has been appointed) a master in
: to render him
4 FERTILIZERS ; ,/ 4 pleased with the care exercised for is as easy as possible
Continue the arduous duties of the chancery. She is the first woman, in
until
suitable'
WOOL i .4 their comfort and convenience. Our amore season.
0 0 5 '\ telephone lines, leaves tomorrow for the United States to hold this important
.4 SHINGLES 4 streets are in splendid shape and are One of the most noted localities in
4 " '. ANA i\ .. '4 brilliantly lighted at night. Our bar- Oaceola county,is Bull Creek, and one Orlando, where his new duties call) office. She has for years
4 ber and ,'of the most unique dwelling him: worked tirelessly for suffrage and
ORANGE BOXES -. shops bowling alleys pool tables characters" I
4 ". ALL l.; ., '. are run to the advantage of customers in its vicinity R. W..Simmons prohibition in the Illinois legislature.
4 ORANGE WRAPS ." 4 s .,' h' 4a and our merchants are the commonly known under the sobriquetof ST.. LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET; In 1892 she was the' National W. C.
T,, \J. of the'
superintendent depart-
COUNTRY pink of perfection. At, our courthouse Duck. This gentleman settled in SPECIAL REPORT. -
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of
VEGETABLE CRATES 4 0 1 I 4 the officials are all that eti- hat country many years ago, adopting .----- ment legislation.. I
4 4 .PRODUCE quette could demand and our Valley what was at that time, the custom National Stock Yards Illinois, -
4 CRATE NAILS 4 Gazette editors will 'cheerfully fur- of selecting a piece of land fencing Feb. 5. 191X.Today's "The Business of Winning" in last
4 .. nish all the information that could be and building thereon'without any 'week's column was' from the Country
4444444444444444 I I .4Oo. + 4444 + + + 4 desired. Here we are, come and see us ceremony as, there was no claimants hogs 12,000 Receipts; sheep 2,000.: Cattle 6600.; I Gentleman. 1.0 stated but in someway
and t you will find that the one half to the property. Duck cultivated the Cattle: Although the supply the I that .fact was omitted. .i I.
We tell field and garden seeds of all kinds. has not been told. farl'(1. raised a family on it and so past few days has not been liberal -
Wi 'give special l attention to /fitting out hunting and camping parti*. Reports from Bull, Canoe CrabGrass they (continued for about twenty the market has lacked the wire edge Our a Washington regular "trench correspondent dinner" which reports -,
Jug Creek Peghorn, Kenansvill years. Finally the F. E. C. R. R.
......- Free.delivery. )city; .limit! .., Phone No.! : !12. . Whittle- Big Pine and other lo.aiitlee1fldkate built a line near enough to the dwell- previously basis noted and at this writing was given at a prominent hotel for
We are county agenti for good ferhUters.'A.k''u. for circular_' d Qrie.iw (- <'that the :food.ipnrfwlem 'Ingjhouseltorsecurol.aygood{ / rights\ ,Uing the price ofUOLto shows a general, set- which two hundred and fifty invita..
frtilizr will be solved this season. Land Tic propertybut'in'acknowledgtent ;the best;lSfl time perconlppre4with last week however : bon,were,-Issued[ ,to'm.mber f,Con.gresK. "", -.4';

---. .. _, -_- of every variety is to be cultivated to of' Duck's prior claim they made him stockers and feeders have not It was given under the auspices -
--z its utmost extent and nothing is to a warrantee.deed. of the National Popular Government *
...ooO'OOOOOOOOo..oO''OOtGO.OOO' been plentiful and continue to main-
OOOOOGOOoOtOOtOOoo.i Each received
be leftundone that will cause this One joke as we pass on, for.relief.A League. guest -
year to be the most progressive in noted hard-shell preacher before tain steady prices. a tin plate aluminum cup, knife,
i Insurance our history. The commissary depa.rt.ment going to church one morning told I Sheep: Weakness was manifest in fork and spoon. They formed in tine
DG. this which
Wagner Agency department on lambs average -
and in front of stationed
is more than half the battle. his son to go to Paul Lyman and tell 25c cwt. lower1 than the passed men
Too much credit cannot be given that gentleman to send him another i best time last per week. Various grades at the tanks each guest receiving'his staking I,
tad Floor Citizen Bank Phone No. 30. our mail carrier Sam Lupfer. He is gallon of whiskey and he would pay I of sheep are selling fully steady. share of what is. provided and
Bide. his table
one of the most energetic men in.our him for it and the last he got as soon place at a composedof
Best lambs to
$17 $17.50 fat
in the of his as he got some out of his eonrregatioh. I ; sheep, strips of lumber placed on trestles.
community discharge money
The Leading General Insurance Agency In Osceola CO. duty. Nothing is left undone and we He told the boy to take $12 to$6$12.75 to $7; ;choppers goats $7.50$8 to to$9$8.50; canners The meal wilt be cooked by army
;
the I cooks in a big tractor kitchen at the
home and
whiskey
feel that we have in him a thoroughgoing come on to j kids $10 to 1150.
WE REPRESENT THE AETNA HOME OF NEW YORK, HART- caretaklng carrier and a gentleman r-hurch. The boy was refusal by I Hogs: The mal ket opened 25c Marine Barracks' and carried in .
steaming tanks to the hotel. After t
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Paul and '
when he arrived
besides. he acts at the
Occasionally
FORD. AND MANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE higher and continued in that manner'up
dinner there will be toasts and
as ,did the priestand Levite in olden church and secured! a seat his father '
COMPANIES ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. I' to the close, with the bulk of the speeches, U. S. Jeannette
Representative
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; times, but when this is the case we was preaching on the Apostle Paul | good to choice hogs, 190 Ibs. '
AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE know he has good reason to do so. I and addressing his hearers he ex: $16.70 to $17; good mixed hogs 160 up Rankin being; one of the speak'I\\

LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH AUTOMOBILE; TORNADO- P. P. Savage has been in Kissimmee claimed "Now; "brethren we'll hear Ibs. up. $16.35 and .$16.70; pigs 125 era.A pleasing incident occurredat
for a few days. His position with what Paul says. The boy suppos- very
BURGLARY PLATE GLASS AND I to 150 Ibs.. $1550 to $16.00; 110 to
he the Capitol recently. A large Am-
the telephone keeps him big wanted to know about 'the '
company
Ibs.
120 $1-4.50 to $15.50 lighter
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erican flag which had floated from
moving from one location to another whiskey jumped upon a bench in the
pigs. $12 for to $14.60 f
InsuranceALSO pewees r the of the House of
Explosive of flagstaff Representatives -
midst the shouted
He's like our soldiers in the front- congregation; and best; rough hogs $16.
the of the
here today without knowing what to- "Paul says you can't have anymore NATIONAL LIVE STOCK COMMIS during passage
BONDS AND LIABILITY. morrow will bring forth. .whiskey until you pay. for the Suffrage amendment was presentedto r
IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION There is at present considerable excitement last you. got, sir. SION COMPANY.CORRESPONDENTS I Miss Rankin by the doorkeeper of .'
AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION. about the castor beans. The L. B. Drawdy and son, Joe were the House. ..t
government offers every inducementto among our visitors last week. They WANTEDThe
fr 0 fr * < 0 0 0 farmers who wish to cultivate appear very well satisfied with their Engraved Calling Cards and Wed- t
them furnishing seed at a reduced present location (St. Cloud). Beau Gazetts-; ;; a correspondentIn ding Invitations, Engravedand Em- f
price fertilizer etc. If potato grow appears to think that they are all every community in Osceola county. bossed Stationery can be secured at .{
To Cure a Cold In One Day. Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Days ing could be carried on as the farmers trying to do the right thing by him in Send in the news, it will help the the Gazette office. Let show
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Qulal_. II.top.Mi* Your druvrf.t will refund money. if PAZO, about Hastings conduct the business that locality and with the exceptionof paper and will keep your section be- us you
Couf and "...saclla and work. off the Coll. OINTMENT Ulll to Cure ..,.... of aching, a few bad cojds'his family have fore the public. our samples and prices. ,tf
DruKfUt. refund money If U falla to cure.J4. Blind.Bleedingor Protruding Mle>In 6 W. WIOVaaatura oo each boa., Me. Tn.ant application lire,.Ka.and Heat. $Oc. They produce three crops on the same' _.
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SIXTEEN THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY FEBRUARY, 15 1918
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At Kissimmee.. Florida, February 19th to 23rd, Inc.Exciting .
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.,.), ,. ' ))c..., ,, &sfiSJifi R'_-TQCLJllY!, Dayt]! "' ='. __ .....t i',

.. \ Standard, Half-Mile Oval. Speedway A Splendid String of Fast Horses' 1.I..",
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i : Decorated, Auto Parade Floral and Art Departments r,
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: Agricultural & Live Stock Displays-Needlework, Domestic Science Exhibits ''I'.

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I ': .f Special Program School Day, Friday, February 22nd f
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.. ;, CONTINUOUS AUTO BUS SERVICE TO AND FROM ..FAIR GROUNDS :
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;L1 i, LARGER. &. ,: 1.1IIIkI1Jc1J4LLIPiLSPECIAL '.' ,

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THAN EVER Attractions I.
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TRAINED WILD ANIMALS PERFORMING PONIES, DOGS, BEARS AND MONKEYS ,
LARGEST AND SMALLEST ELEPHANTS IN CAPTIVITY .
ELECTRIC. SPECTACULAR PRODUCTION "AMERICA" WORLD'S fiGHTING NAVIES i
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WAR OF THE CLOUDS TERRORS OF THE OCEAN II
Aeroplanes Manned by Trained Monkeys Battle Between German U-Boat and U. S. Fleet f
Witching Waves The Whip Largest Ferris Wheel Cyclonic Helter Skelter -1
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t'C. New $20,000 Merry-Go-Round
. r.. Margaret Gast, and New Auto and a Motor Drome Dakota Max Wild West Show.. .
I MIDGET CITY LONDON GHOST SHOW
: FAT GIRLS' CONGRESS I THE BUG HOUSE
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Antonio Oliveto and His Military Band S ,
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