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: September 13, 1918
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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: VID00872
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Ii MCLAUGHLIN is REMANDED Rules Governing. :, Newspapers. FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN CAM- .


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: 'TO JAIL AT FORT PIERCE: Le." by the War .. Iriet. Beard. PAIGN SEPT. 28 TO OCT. '9


_. The Priorities Board of the War Induitriei. Board hat listed, paper
---- -" mills as an essential industry and bas rated them in fourth class for -

Edward L. McLaughlin, charged Laughlin; tended to show that the Idlling priorty for coal on the distinct understanding that the greatest possible Th* Fourth Liberty Loan bond sale Crawford.

with the killing of his brother-in-law, was premeditated with malice will be on from September 28ttb Co St. Cloud. : J. K. Conn, W. H. Tun
the the
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economy use paper newspaper per home aforethought, McLaughlin having for Osceola nicllffe, S.' Brammar, Edd .George, S.
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G801'ge.W.. Fertlc at his In the
.' stated more than an hoes before the : on week-day editions and twenty per
'western part,of the county.Uaek, unforunate affair that he was goingover mills will be put upon the priority list( for coal conditional 1 will probably be larger than It was Narcoossee: S. J, Entrikin and' F.

was given, a commitment hearing I before and kill Fertic.. upon their signing a pledge that they will fumsh no paper to any'con the last time It far extremely important '- W. HilL

Judge J. R. Johnson in this- city The defense offered ,no evidence as sumer,who will not also sign a pledge'in duplicate: that .be wiffl exercisethe that, we do our full share In' the Campbell: J. I{. Singeitary, Rob;
F Wednesday of this week. a rebuttal of the states'testimony! sale| of these bonds. Indeed, I would ert S.tPage and R. V. Lamer
t Tyfp witnesses appeared against hence the presiding judge could not greatest possible econ0lll7iD 0.. me of paper and will observe' all like for Osceola county to go over the Shingle Creek A. R. Dennis, C..A. #

.F him, Mrs. Fertlc,:;wife of the dead do else but remand the accused to jail 'r rales and refutation of the.conservation division of the pulp and paper top as nicely M i H> dtfl before.. Garret: and H,, W. Morrow..

man-and a'sister of the accused, and to avtait the action of the grand jury section of the War Industries Board. These pledges ale now being The onganfeaition for this drive is Deer Park: W.'.H. Kempfcr, J,, J. ;

another, sister, Miss tjerta MeLaugh- it the next term of the circuit court. prepared and will be furnished shortly. One copy will be left on file. a* follow>" J. A. Griffin, Chairman DeFrehn and R. L. R W.. *

l'In. : This he did and without bail as was with. the mill and IheTfther will be sent to this office. of the ;Tampa Zone, Tampa, Fla; ,C.. Kenanaville:' B. F. Rowe and Wai- itFre
t "' The causes that l led up'to"rthe tragedy in accord,with ,the state statute where Effective immediately. A Canon, Chairman for Osceola lace Phillips. .

,were not brought out at the pre murder is alleged.._ f county, Cfaud F,, Johnson, Publicity Additional names may be added' to
liminary bearing) ,, but-'will no doubt The tragedy is a most unfortunate '.. 1. Discontinue the acceptance of the return of untold copies. Director for Ovceola county; Rev. J. these from time to time. .

"be aired t\Jength! when ,the trial 'ishad one, especially in view of the prom- 2. Discontinue: sending paper after date of expiration of subscription D Sibert, Chairman for the Speaker In the meantime allow. me to ask

al the October fenri of the circuit inence of the families involved and i, unless the subscription U:renewed and paid. for. (This ruling to Bureau .for Qsceola county. he good people of this county to get i

court. their relationship.-Fort Pierce Tri be effective October I I. 1918.) The following committees will ready for the most successful drive '

The testimony of1-Miss ,Berta Mc- bune. ,. Discontinue serve in?the several precinct named: of this kind we have ever:.had.
3. the 'of all sample free
use or promotion copiei.
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4. Discontinue giving copies to anyone except (for office working 'artln, J. 'D. Jeffords, L. II. 'Gedge, c. A. .CARSON

COMMUNITY LABOR BOARD copies. where required by statute law in'the case of official advertising.' E. D. Katz; J. E. Lufer and W.' B. Chairman for',Osceola County!
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Chief Pulp and Paper Section War Industries Board.

TO HELP 'SECURE'FARM' LABOR This rule forces newspaper to top all subscriptions that,are net MINISTERS TAKE HAND IN

pAid in advance on October 1st, 1918; arid prohibit newspaper form

extending any credit subscriptions.

J GASLESS SUNDAY ARGUMENT
Jacksonville) Fla, Sept. G, 1918. appointed as .chairman of the Community w ,

s\ Mr. W. B. Harris, Chairman, Labor Board for your county ,.
IIr. Virgil Edwards, Management, and no doubt you will experiencesome REGISTRARS'FOR DRAFT UNIFORMS FOR HOME .' -- '

,I .L Mr. S. J. Triplett, Labor, complaints coming, from the'farmers United. States Fuel Administration, can further the ntere.t'of the government

i Kissimmee, Fla. in regard to their peculiar Oil Division. in making the world safe for ,
'GenUemen'You:: have been appointed situation in facing what they will HAD A VERY BUSY DAY GUARDSORDEjt'D TODAY democracy.: But we realize that the

Community Labor Board for term a labor' shortage. 'It is very church Is the sole' agency that makes
Washington, D. C. Sept. 6 1918.N. '
i your section of the State. The var.lous probable that you, thru your contact democracy: safe for the world. ,
Kissimmee .had the ofa H. C. Stanfor, A. JS. Gilber and r
appearance O.'Bryan, Care The Waters & Carson
eo.ntlel'eompriling your section with these people, can suggest ways We further believe that the spiritof ..
t will be 'announced 'within the next and means of furnishing them relief regular; primary election day' yesterday Lyl s Story, the committee .of merchants Grocery Co.,'Kissimmee,.Fla the Oil Administration would be

"j, few days. during the present crisis. I when our country friends. appointed by the county, commissioners Dear Bir:-% n reply to your letter more patriotically,conserved by cut ;
to award the contract for
For your information we are enclosing I am writing you for the purposeof were here infull force to do their patriotic supplying uniforms for the Home of September'2nd, beg to say that it ting out "Joy riding"'on week day. ""
the du- services to and I will be permissible for you to ue well Sunda ...
; : you herewith copy of offering my you registering for the as as on ,
: duty by Guards, made their decision this week,
"a f>t the Community -Labor Board, your people in )helping also in solvingthe ' your automobile on Sunday for church As we have so much appreciated.
selective draft: M'.Katx being given the contrcct for
and in the' services, Inasmuch as you -there the
and would suggest that in the mean farm labor problem / privilege of"Olunteerinl'.ln other
Cadel Katz Earl Lup- hats belts and leggings and '
: J. S. Edgar pants
and .in difficulties Is no street car service. lines
time you gentlemen get together hope of representing you your let uS' now have volunteers In
I fer and Carson Farmer, Acted as registrars Fri H. Lawson was awarded the contract .
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discuss this situation so as to take 1 in matters pertaining to my I. l Yours very truly, saving gas on week days.
Immediate action when'matters. of official duties. ( and were kept constantly busy to furnish shirts.- United ,States ,Fuel AdmireistNtf>)n, MINISTERIAL ,ASSOCIATION

this sort come lit). Very truly your., 1 J My official headquarters\ are with till after the noon hour, when. the The men have practically all had Oil Division, by George E. Regal, ,1iJ."V *, W, B. WITHERSPOON,
their'measures LieutenantHoward
1 ROBERT GAMBLE.' the) Extension Division of the University work slackened up somewhat.As t. token, and' Assistant, ''.to Director, of OH Conser J., D. SIBERT, 4
a result of the,days' work, 424 Katz stated that he expected vation.
Florida Director.fe at Gainesville and ,I shall be O. B. Falls, ,
registrants were added to the List In to send the order off for tike suits to-
fe -. -, pleased to .have, sv ,letter from you 'and"l.abeut 180 11St.. -t* ?::. a .. ---.I.- W. H. COLBMANV: ,
f..j In addition to'the above, Mr. Harris stating In 'what way you'think 1 can Kissimmee; had I "We urgi people ,to fully abide
f of the county
r has received, the following letter help in your county and to what ex- Cloud. The heard balance from at the time of Bob Donegan of Narcoossee, is by the recommendation of the 'Fuel B. F: Lester of Montgomery, Ala.

',14 L from J. O. Trailer, Farm Help Spe- tent your county is needing help Itt not been spending the week in the city Oil Administration. We'believe the and 'Kisstannee, Fku returned from

cialist, in the co-operative and ex.r this time. I 'am enclosing a self addressed going to press.- - ------- statement "leaving tt to-'the"individ Houston and New Orleans -Thursday
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Florida, and the local labor board will: for your reply. Assuring you of; CAMPAIGN attends church as a worshipperand sonville.' o

> be glad to take up .any, suggestion my fullest co-operation. I am. Yours WAR SAVINGS has habitually done so, and is so Mrs. John Somerville, chairman of

''!! from our farmers that will assist in very, truly, J. O, TRAXLER. situated ,as to distance 'or physical the St. Cloud Red Cross Cha.pUr.Mrs.. r

'solving the labor problem ,ln ,this Farm'',Help Specialist condition that the church *, must be Guy C. Morgan chairman of the,Finance

t county : : GOOD HEADWAY given up'or use the 'car, that the car Committee, and 'Mi*.. Edd

J'r ... Gainesville, Fla., Sept. 11, 1918., . P. McCutcheon, of Union Center,' iS' : ,MAKING should be used. We Also fully pledceounetJ..to George, member' of ,the chapter. are--

-Chairman Community Labor, Beard. transacted; business.' hi town. Thurs- < .. every work In which we 1'M' day in 1 to-n. .), r
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Dear Sir:-You have recently been day. ---w.' -- .-...- .r. .- _- ------- : _:': " : ", .

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Aa now,arranged. Major K. B. Perguson.aveteran the Russians did it, America SERVICE: OF KISSIMMEE: is as good .4 could be expected from
tO CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY GETTING THE,GAZETTE- IS British has not yet got it, but the '
ef,the Amy, TELEPHONE CO. COMMENDEDMr. any Magneto equipment. The ron
LIKE: A LETTER FROM HOME French and Germans did *&ve It, and ,
OP GENERAL PERSHING will be with 1d Friday September18th : for'my returningtoKissJmmeeon the
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to aid in the War, Savings Great Brftan has learned it, and America .-.G.orga.W. Amee, State Tel.. 10th, of July was that understood
Sharon, Pa., Sept. 4, 1918., is learning It. He doe not discredit .
: Tonlpt'at the Graystone Casino a Kisctm- Stamp campaign being conducted this phone Engineer .was in Kiseiuu ee .from, the operators thai they knew 4I

patriotic demonstration\ will be .held;, Kt.almmee'V..y. Gazette, .- week. If H can be so arranged, our the fighting ability It is of lamentable this'na- on July 10th; when he inspected the was coming to Kiasimmee before' I ;
Fla. tion's and a
,nee, army, says
distinguished guest will speak to the got' there, so I returned to if ,
real high'\ class entertainment .me my
for
which Gentlemen:-Enclosed find my people, of the Partin district at 11 fact that once the fighting ability plant and tested the service being tint test was fair and from the above
promises to eclipse anything of, check for four dollars, which pays for was discredited by the Canadians and rendered by the company; .
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o'clock a. nv, at St. Cloud at p. m., record I was convinced:that,It ....
'the kind heretofore attempted: Kis- one year in advance. I get the paper and at "Kissimmee in the evening. Americans and that they will have to Mr. Ames came here under Instructions I could net make more tests
any on
I every w.eek,,which seems like gettinga in be taught that at the beginning of ) of the State Railroad Commission
immee.today. vej/ likely at the Casino connection my second visit because they found
letter from home, as I have spent with the of the Patriotic ,this wax, Germany had superior eol- to whom be rendered an exhaustive
is General Pershlng's birth- program out I was there after the third call
some eigiht of ten months 4n your city League. This is'-the arrangementnow 'diers because of the superior train- report covering every feature of made.
__ day, and in honor'of the occasion,the, and know quite a number of its residents. ing. He says now that the allied soldiers the plant.. His report was in the was 414
and will be carried through unless "In. general I would,. that. the
young ladles of the Patriotic League' I have always enjoyed my something unforeseen prevents. not only' equal>l in training, but main commendatory, though he sug plant of the Klssimmee say,
Telephone
'have arranged a program, of patriot visits there. The friendly, wholesome, .are far superior in initiative and self gested'some improvements that could s
ic'congs and dramatic sketches,which good natured folks I, have met have Assigned to command heavy artillery :reliance and that there can be no b made in physical equipment.On -< ompany is In very good shape, the
of the at and specific changes ,and betterments
will be given in costume. a warm place In my memory. Belgians Antwerp doubt of the final outcome If we re= his first visit he made live test
Manager Woodbock has secured a Wishing you'and all the other good Lorraine, Major Ferguson pictures fuse to listen to the German propaganda calls and' five recalls from different needed are enumerated above. I wall' 1'

stirring war picture, "For the Freedom folks in Kissimmee, health, happiness vividly a terrific asault made by the which no doubt will begin soon numbers, and on his second visit throe very much pleased with the service '

of the World, which I* highly and prosperity, I am yours truly, Germans on those two strongholdsin in an effort to split the allies, the calls and three recalls. The average rendered as it was an improvement '"

recommended and has been extensively JOHN CARLEY. 1914, which forced these fortified French from the British, and the kime-in which he received an answeron over my last test, and I consider that
towns to He has been in
advertised capitulate., British from the Italians, and Americana the eight calls was 3.62 seconds, the should be commended
In addition to all this Major K. B. Misses Grace and Gussie Winn, the British Army for eighteen years from their allies. and on the recalls was 4.87 seconds.In company' '
Ferguson, a veteran of the British' Margaret Stanford and Amy Makln- and since August 1915; has been an Major Ferguson will speak of the summing up Mr. Ames says: for ,it* service as rendered by the operators

Army, who has been in the war since son will leave Sunday for Tallahassee officer of the British Heavy-Artilleryand intimate knowledge of the war gain- "This a Magneto Exchange and .and they should be encouraged

it began, will deliver a patriotic address. where they will attend the Flori- ,a portion of the timeon staff duty ed during four years in the trenches I[ consider that such service as the to continue >their promptness to

Ha, State College for Women. He was invalided last November with and artillery stations back of the above is excellent and as an average the satisfaction of the subscribers."
trench fever and was'sent to this .. .
Inter.
lines. He is said to be a most ,


i-iSUNDAY ...AUTOISTS FINED from country American the a viewpoint people short' time just of'ago heavy what to artillery.He war tell the is. esting those Do who not talker assemble conclude and is'to that sure hear the to him."drive"please ELECTION CALLED TO V Tfu i


indicated how ,really unprepared .
this week for !additional purchasesf


L ON CHARGE OF SPEEDING England of and the'how most was rapidly essential when it has'the pieces developed war of began machinery one-, ; W.'this because, S. S.is is a them not quiet making is no but Boise any nevertheless about"jt headway - ON ERADICATION OF TICKSAt :

of in the
war heavy artillery
. effective campaign and will beyond I "
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which he the beet in .t.1
pronounces as
i question of,. doubt produce
Mayor's court attracted unusual consequently heretofore been ignored. ie world. He says there is no doubtof results.any the last meeting of the board of who delivers the ballots for the general
good
attention Monday morning when several I Quite a number here, however) the superiority of allied' artillerynow The value of the Woman's Home county commissioners resolutionswere \ election. ;

V of our prominent citizens were failed to observe the first'gasolinele a and that it. will be constantly Guard organization in Kissimmee I adopted calling an election'of Several other counties in the state
up for trial}charged with violating the Sunday, and the mayor determined maintained. the voter to be '
:and Cloud i* recognized. They are I qualified held on have arranged to,vote on this question
speed ordinance. This was the, technical I to invoke the strict interpretation of The present continued, success of I lending their aid In this campaign Tuesday, November 5th, (the date of the same ofcy.

charge, but it is said the' arrests t the ordinance to bring them to taw, the allies in France is an indicationof making a house 'to house canvas in the general'election.' : ) to determine "
were really for driving' their autos on 'and the marshal was instructed to ,this superiority of fire. Major of whether the dipping of cattIeia this i
each city, and no doubt by the end s
Sun. ay., arrest all who were seen driving their Ferguson believes that there will be county shall be made .compulsory. A 'number of Kiasimmee'o Boy
There is a clause in the traftfc or machines 'on.the streets last Sunday.When no stop now once that the allied ,forces the week they will have developed This question ha been Agitated for Scouts left Wednesday, accompanied
their efforU into individual tr
dinance which prohibits turning thecorner court convened five answered have co-ordinated their. ,staff an and where-canvas some ;time, and will probably carry by their Scoutmaster, Milton hedger

'at the junction of Broadway to'tMcbargof:' speeding, four: works and placed it under one general I ,- solidting'whenev.r the opportunity permits. Since wHh'very little If any opposition. for a ,three days camp at East Lake. ,

,and Emmett street at a greater speed of,whom .were found'guilty and fined head of such an experienced generalas this ever.is the case; the drive is tare to be ,The election was called on the sam.e :"'\ J.::M..Woodall A..D. 'Gilbert( Pra q

.; than/four miles an hour; or of turning $10-and costs,and one was held pending " .General( Fpch. " a success. Men'don't, lay down on date ,as.the'' general election in orderto tor GDbert' and Walter Thomas, wtw) '".,,

: any'other corner.faster'than'sixmile ': ' further;inve<
an hour It has been found almost ,' We tinderstand-lhai notice of appeal ges of the war according- Major do all'of the work; it ia not fair can act in both electionsand fIDIj' Shipbuilding Cot;:,.tn Jacksonville, ':

impossible to comply with this hasr'been' ,(given<< "In .at least-tyro Ferguson, was lack of staff eo per- 4 the, ballot. can. be delivered ,at.the arrived in town Thursday .taorning En.

provision :of flbe ordinance.. 'and, has of the CUM fence The British did not have it, (Continued Page 4) several..:precincts .by, ,the _tame, party _order. to'register J. ........:? 1


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When the School Bell Rings: FINE FOR the, CITRUS FRUITS "


The! paid labor in authority that effort f
being every
Will Your Boy Be Ready With Good Dependable Clothing of All Kind? If wages
North andthe return the northern will be made to avoid these; and plan

Not, Plan to Visit the Only Store in the South That Makes a Specialty farmers are getting for their Products are under way 'to give Florida shipment I

Boy's Clothing and Furnishings and Complete His1 Outfit Economically. may be taken to indicate another good transportation. service It !
reason of high price and unprecedented will be necessary, however, for Florida .

School Suits That Wear Well eretheir long f.moa.* Pony Stockings, so well known C\r prosperity for Florida igrow- shipper to cooperatewith the
wearwearing qualities. Priced at JUL ere of fruit and vegetable' railroad and food administration: to

Every material yon could possibly desire is here in model. .. This opd.nlonIta.. voiced by F. L. make this possible; and the Exchange

that parent will like and the boy will be proud to wear. Underwear, Neckwear and Collars Skelly general sales manager of the 1 Is making special preparation to this
Florida Citrus Exchange who with end. With the complete organization
and color
Many patterns Priced ,. are. repre$8.50 to $20 Not the least in importance is suitable underwear.kinds Or. J. II. 'Boss, president of the Exchange we will be able to work effectivelywith
.ea e.
that will stand rough nsaf are here. Union Suits$1 and$1.50. ha 'just returned from 'a the government, and thus win

Serviceable Shirts and Blouses Shirts and Drawers are 40cto 75c. Neckwear is displayed ina I month' tour of the northern mar be able to render valuable I service to

wonderful array of colors and combinations at SOc.: V Collars I,kets. It i* the result, of conference our grower' and shipper
'v The ,colors and combinations shown in these splendid are 'with northern selling representatives "Exchange fruit has 'constantly
; line 'work. I'
Blouses are extremely varied. At every superior ZSc.Something of the Exchange, interviews with grown in popularity with the beat

I x manship is evident and you'll be surprised to 85c to $&O to Wear on His Head !leading dealers in the fruit and produce trade in the leading markets, and the

find them priced so low as' Can trade and personal contact with Sealdsweet' trade mark under which
easily be chosen .from the 1 large assortment of f new
Hose He' Will Not Go Through .. fall Hats and Caps that are her Wanted colors and combinations high officials of the federal food and our pack Is marked is receiving{ increasing .

c in the latest are plentiful. railroad administration, approval from the largest
11. Among the standard brands,of.boy's Hose to be, found Hats at 7Sc to 350. Caps 75C [0 $z ,"I ,found the laboring and farm influential dealers. Our plans for ad. -'%

classes receiving compensation for vertlsing and 'work by specialty Bales-
S'V. A V E By Coming Here to Outfit the Boyof Order By Mail. their work which 'exceeds the higher men during the coming season, to.

Railroad ,Fares Refunded According to Size of Purchase. living cost. ,Many boys and girls are gether with the prestige with our un-
now receiving wages which in normal i iCPrm grades and pack'and policy of

t I times would be good pay for an avt. are dealing gives prospect for
MAAS --The Haberdasher I erage'mechanic. The aggregate purchasing even greater success during the coming

power )>f average working season than during last season,
In The Ten Story Bank Building TAMPA, FLORIDA families i is now very large; and I believe whenour growers obtained the, high

I there is no line which*will profit t'st prices they had ever. received for

( . more greatly by this increased purchasing .heir fruit.
fi -- power than fresh fruits and "The Exchange has contributed its

luck. From SEPTEMBER MORN. vegetables." pro rata of men for the army ,service, ::1
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I i ]T LETTERS OUR SOLDIER AND SAILOR BOYS I .simmee, By Erviri "S, Hall. V There is every prospect that Florida ,. but most of our experienced salesmen '' "
i\\ 840 Aero. fruits and vegetables will be mov- are family men and are with us yet."

trt Service,. No. 35 Morn:( we do not :led' to their destinations with. satisfactory They are enthusiastic concerning theseason' j,
St. Aignan, France, U. S. A. P. O. driver. London, certain :Woo 727 A. E. F. 15 1918. The people of France think that the
T August the morning' of season. There may be some temporary growers will not be disappointed in I
1 Mr. 'W. B. Harris, Kissrimmee, Fla. Americans) are the only people, andI Somewhere in ; we left Tampa for September a thrill- I II embargoes against perishable the character of service they will\ re-
Dear Friend:--No' doubt you will agree with them, and they uTe very '
To tie Home to Tarpon Springs, the freights, but we have the assurance ceive from them
be surprised to hear from me in anxious to teach us their language. I I ._ u
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France, and that I am still alive after have picked up a little of the French spongery. ;
France, and motor bus,i was crowded Springs ,!in one hour and five minutes of the Gulf of Mexico. They are the
what has been going on over here. I language, enough to'let them know "
4 at the present.. adults baby two is thriving little basis of a large industry. The
Tarpon Springs
a dogs a sponge
can hardly make myself believe that vvlhat I want if I am out where it is
What do you suit cases, when with city with a large percentage of Greek fishers, go out into the Gulf fifty or ,
I am !here but I am, and getting necessary to talk to get somethingto
the company ; r and spat, and a whir like,, inhabitants. Greek names were seen eventy-ftve miles in light sail vessels' ,4 4 j
along just fine. eat. ago and met we were off. Around lAte ,everywhere: and their signs look like that ride the waves as lightly as
I do not belong to the Infantry anymore Lots of the French people say that "
r son, and you across the, Lafayette !street a bunch of capital letters plastered thistle-down does the breeze. They
but the M.T. S. Mo- back to America
belong to ( (.hoy are going as
I was to see ; we swung ,around the great on a board backwards. ,The flag of descend into the water in diver's costume .
tor Transport Service) which is next loon as the war is over, because they
t and myself are Bay Hotel and headed north Greece was in evidence too. It has a and pull the sponges loose from '
to the highest' branch ,of service in like the American style. Of course I
death. day was perfect, the rootd- look just a cluster of white the bottom with strong iron hook
queer ; 'i
the U. S. A. and besides it is one of "here will be a few Americans who
1 Well it !is arid the man'at the wheel. and green stripes. It looks weak and When these ships of the sponge I!.
the most dangerous, as I have want to stay in France after the war
I for the ligfats to his business. ineffioient beside the red, white fleet return to the harbor, they anch- '.
thought that I had driven my last is over, but I think that the majority r
to close for of riding on a for- and blue of our own "Old Glory." r along the Anclote river front. It
truck several time, but the work is of us will 1 bo ready to go back to'the '
of Kissy. power Reo is something; add However, it is the honored emblemof is a picturesque sight as they lay 4,
interesting and I like it much better good old U. S. A. aa soon as we visit '
840 Aero. a Florida landscape, congenial a sturdy people who had produceda with sails furled and their bare tftasts v-
i roads Berlin and if .the "boche"
than I did the Infantry. The keep on '
Service;, No. 35 and the visiting of entirely Homer and a Demosthenes, and had upstanding like, the trees of a veritable 4
; back in France are good and that, the move as they have for 'the past. .
London and industries, and acquired renown in arts and letters forest.
you i
makes driving much more pleasant, w week it will not be long untilwe '
d ;
France. day that will stick hi the while America was peopled by sav We sAid at the beginning of this '
k and believe me, I have certainly seen can a-et- chance to see where the
for a long time. article that this Mom
ages. September
tin a lot of Ftance, and have only been Kaiser's castle was. was
.
For led past Oldsmar, Ozona :Tarpon Springs may well be called not. a work of art; but after all 'may t
; out here a short while. Guess that I (have written enoughfor '
t If you have College, 'around an the "Sponge City." SpOnge fishing we not ay that the dash across the 1
?< Recently I have been put in the one letter. Please let me hear
t with cramps the Gulf, and through a !land is the biggest industry. It has a ) untry, its lakes, village, cockleshell -
machine shop, or you might call it a from you soon. Your friend .
will be with lakelets. We passed a Sponge Exchange, and a Sponge Exchange ships and strange industries,
''r garage, and I tike that a little better PAUL. W.. McKEE, '
of Charles mortal who was having BAnk. We have informationthat for ,
some
man picture
impersonates not
a 1
than driving, although' I don't get P. M. T. Replacement Park) st Dept.
,' around through the country aa much' Div. U. S. A. P. O. No.,727.P. says: "About engine trouble. He was down the housekeepers make sponge soon forgotten?
suffering from kneed, trying to tinker the cake, and set a sponge for bread. '
I used to, but I am a Sergeant M. T.-Provisional Motor Trans '
as
Ltp 1 Mechanic now, and that Ia little better portation. and bowels, I : it would go; and oh, what a Some of the inhabitant take sponge If you have anything' to sell, trade 4'
\ .. Colic and I look ho gave us as our big baths, and if a, merchant fail in or exchange try our classified column. (
than a Corporal. We call them -- .
: far the besf byl! We have read business he "throws uP tfhe sponge." It bring results. '
Somewhere 2 1918. ;
tiK fruit driven over here, and another in Europe, Aug., I ,
thing get a good night's sleep>> Valley Gazette,,Kissimmee, Fla. have() ever Revere' ride in 11775, and lit may be that some of the peope! f
,
we Will write a few line to thank '. ride In the sixties, but '-oonge their living off of others, but 666 cure headaches, biliousness; '
night and that i* more you
nearly ,
than I used every to get when I was a fruit you for sending me the Gazette..' You FLORIDA, : ,' had t,anything on us, in the of that we have no'information. loss of appetite, and that tires,' aching '

can't Imagine how. it'' is f appreciated." '{( BIBLE 1 1 i\of speed, for we"covered tike I The most important, spongers are feeling due to..malaria' or colds. y; ,

RED CROSS VANISHING CREAMWITH I Sam Prather and.myself,read''it all I f ', 'to ,Tampa and Tarpon .those whose .habitat is the stone floor Fine tonic. V ", *> ," :82-10t }i'\ f...

( PEROXIDE) through and then wait for the next The Wesley -.. ---'-=-- "\'
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A greaseless cream of snewy whiteness. to come. Florida ;
one of the
l Delightfully perfumed. A day cream I would like to tell all where 7 :'
you E. Church, ( 4
for oily skins.! Softens the bard line '
"
I of the face. Protects it from sunburn, I[ am at, but I am not; allowed to. I annual ,ae sion ;:; <: ,;

winds, tans and cold weather. ,Affords was in the city of London one time church-, Tampa, NM .f
an excellent foundation for applying and it sure 1 Is some great city. "and 3rd 1918. I as f
Amrico Beauty Face Powder. This and
I more than one hundred other Red Cross And now I am \longing' to march This 0. : 1.iJ 1. ',J

Remedies and Toilet preparations sold through the city of Berlin, and ,then ,membership all
and guaranteed only by back to the dear old U. S. A. Classes in

f CENTRAL DRUG STORE Well, I will say good-bye, and good' Jhoochee River byword."A i

-.. pected that the 'I
will be larger.

classes rw
iI } ber of delegates h ,

1eet former meeting" 111
I 1ee The entire -
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; Seal Scald s erating ested in with this, the ...


ment in their If .

; meeting a L .

co-operation of .Jt
I paper is :t

II I I : V V Neill Rev., from E. .. .. + ,1,,.

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: When your citrus fruits are offered two in Tampa.of the The Branch House Man i y

K at less than they are worth you at 9'o'clock : I .

lose but losses and 7:30: I
i not only money cause evening.The This ia one of the Swift. ft Company Company branch house won't run itself, and :a:

to other growers with whose fruit evening Branch House Men. that it is up'to the branch house man to 1 ,'

j, j yours is in competition. .. period of each They *re all pretty much alike in the run It properly I ,1

l be given to way they feel towafd their work-and that Any branch house man who doesn't

Cooperation among growers by. the visiting' to what this ad is about. see his wort in this light-is transferred to I ,

K % means better prices and greater -' plete program They know that most people couldn't some other place with Swift & Company to I '
f- .' A delegation get each good meat promptly and in good which he is better adapted. I .1
cy: \ profits to all. If you are, disposed
ble Class in condition if it weren't for the branch houses
,! to join with other citrus fruit producers invited to this of which they are in charge: house'men.They are picked men, these branch :.1
U Every,time you sit down to a ,
;I.:i ;" :::,.;. for mutual benefit write to tion Tampa for the, They know that the branch house Is steak or chop, or cut of roast, you can give a

}', t;:;'.' the Florida ''Citrus Exchange, Tam will 'arrange .' on*of the most important links in the chain grateful thought to the whole crew of them. t
of preparing and I t '
distributing meat for a
1 I t
( convenience And remember in
a general that
l pa, Fla., or call on nation. way, I
1.. everything that makes life smoother and 1i
: .7' The They know that Swift be Company must more convenient for you,!is the result of the .,
L. A. HAKES, Mgr. Orange The ancient have its branch houses run at the highest thoughtfulness and effort of a lot of people I ,I
; County Citrus Sub-Exchange star notch of usefulness; that even a Swift & of whom you have never heard.
pointed as
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I
Orlando, Flt] It still fulfills
,1 you will find it Swift & Company U. S. A. '
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'J package of *. "-- '''' .
: h .- These tablets) ) -..... 1

to health 'who
digestion,

V ,'Give, them a ; .. I ,
rt CIT US:EXCHANGI .such ,a medicine ,

to be pleased .. .;
I which they. -, \ 4 1

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tHE !KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FIt1DAY.?SEPTEMBER 'iJ,. 1918 THREE "
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/ ? JOHBT MB.: STETSON 'UNIVERSITY! CONGRESSMAN SEARS 'PROPOSED "THAVE been using Doctor, Cald-

UNOOLN. HULLV." hO.. Lllt.O..' .. ..reeMent. DeLand. "Ia.SENQ' X well's Syrup Pepsin for more than
NOW '
FOR A CATALOG. .
THE!! GRADUATE' .. ) DKPARTMENT-rDetrrees. 'of Maeter of Arts and $\I.no. I.- GASOLENELESS SUNDAY ,seven years. I believe it saved 'my little grand '

TUB COLi.lCdB menus In) 'OF all.: LIBERAL: ART. FOR MEN-Twenty-one depart. . daughter's life, as-she had Such terrible spasms, ;,

THE cOLLEGE:! separate OF dormitories.LIBERAL AIVIH FOR WOMEN-A woman dean and -- caused by the condition of her stomach, until

THE COLLEGE OF .LAW-Graduate* practice In Florida'' without ex. .A Washington dispatch tells the soar, Representative Sears said bethought
we gave her-Syrup Pepsin. Our family thinks
THE. COLLEUE OF ENQINEHinlNO;-Course*' III.engineeringleadln. *.to following Intlere&tlng.ry 'of how 1 it should'' be impressed upon

I THE COLI.KOH'KOn deffree" .TEACITHRft: .K.p.clalJy for Florida teaohera. Congressman "Joe" Sear. of K'ssim-' the people refraining from the use of there is no remedy like Dr. Caldwell's
' THE COLLEGE OF 13USINKSS-BankingBookkeeping. Shorthand their pleasure cars on one day a week .
Typewriting. mee secured action the fAs.>.liie-i iless' but I Syrup Pepsin for the stomach and bowels.' '
TAE ACADKMT-I-rrnares for all hlffh-Krade ooll.ge.I .. was trivial sacrifice as compared ;
THE SCHOOL, OF MECHANIC ARTS-For bo)'. and )'oafR.rnfn... Sunday: with deprivations and hardships endured /"From a letter to Dr. Caldwell written bj\
THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC-PIano. 'violin, voice, and
chorus work: organ harmony "The gasolineless Sunday appeal' by the men in the trenches. I Mr. C. Y. Brown, 1011 Garfield AT*., I ,
TIRE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS.: from the United _States fuel ftdmlniitration -' "With more than 00,000,000 ctt.1 \ !> Kanui City, Mo.Dr. .

SPECIAL' ATTENTION CALLED TO .this week' 'urging all autoino->> tens foregoing many necessities, why I""
I. TIle PrllMiMrr rearm Im A.It.-Bot.ny. nlol Organic and '. .
ry.
Inorganic Chemistry (qualitative and. quantitative analysis! ). Agricultural bile drivers east of the Mi.. iiiippi cannot the several hundred thousand Caldwell'sSyrup
Chemistry. Mineralogy Geology, eta ,. river to refrain from using their cars owners of automobiles show to theworld -f
> .. .
S. The l rr.Mrdlr.l ( r e-Ph.lolotfY. 1310 OKY. Anatomy. Bacterlology .
Hlstoloiry. Zoology, Botany. Qrneral Chemistry Organic' Chem. for pleasure riding on, Sunday, which they are willing to forego a 1

8. .The' English, Psychology,. I'vOngogy, Ethics! Logic, and Theism. 9.-t In' motor fuel, which will have a On .June 18 the. president replied. .

direct influence in winning the war, saying that the circumstances might ..
I is another result of Florida far-sight; have changed and urged Represent The Perfect Laxative .
edness, progressiveness and patriot- tive Sears to have a further confer.

Ism: enoa with the :fuel administration ,
This' appeal to all users' of motor The president said he, was much interested Soldby Druggists Everywhere ,

.State Bank I vehicles, motorboats and motorcycleshad in the suggestion. "' i ' ; 50 cts. (;ES;: :), $1.00
its origion in a suggestion made While he was in his home state recently .
months ago to ,President Wilson by Representative Sears counseled -" t SBBBBBBBBlBBBBfJB SBBBBB S -

Congressman "Joe" Sears of Kissim- such curtailment of pleasure[ mo A.mil pleasant;' laxative, as,positively effectiveas

of Kissimmee mee, and in explaining his ideas. on toring. lie took the matter 'up with it is gen e'in its ,action. For a. free trial
the to- the Congressman Mayor Cadel of his' home Kis-
subject president city,
Sears emphasized the zeal simmee urging him to issue a 'proclamation bottle send your'name and address to Dr. W. B.

The eyes of the :world of Miami in instituting a "joy-ride-. -on the subject. Caldwell, 458 Washington St.Monticello, I1L
less day." When the appeal of the fuel administration .

On March 2ndt Congressman Sears was published, Representative
the who called the attention .of the president Sears was seen by The Tribune THIRD ANNUAL LIVE'STOCK Asked Concerning Tick Eradication; #
*
:,, are on man to the fact that!; there are 4,000,000 correspondent. The congressman said: ROUNDUP. Importance of Laws, Rule; and Reg..
owned automobiles and "I this ulations, Governing Interstate j
privately am pleased to see suggestion rt Ship'
i" that with an 'estimated daily consumption has been put in. force. While Those who have attended previous ments ,of Live Stock; What we Oughtto

of five gallons these care, hundreds of thousands are walking roundups at the University will be Do, and the ,Value of ,the LiveStock i
f by being held idle] for one.day, would'I[ believe our patriotic citizens who pleased to hear. that the Third An- Industry of the State.' ,

: : I release] 20,000,000 gallons of gasoline, .own machines will take pleasure in nual Roundup wiU. be held Sept. 24 to, This meeting 'cornea at, a time of
SAVES or 476,190 barrels and would ease up complying with the request of the 27, inclusive. year when the roads ere good, so n
,Ion the burdon of the railroads to the fuel administration. I know that this The program will be varied enoughto Bake your plans to .have the old "Tin''
,extent of .releasing 2,000 tank cars request would never have been'made be of interest to those engaged in Lizzie" in good working order during

.. |ordinarily required to move this motor unless the administration felt] such a \he raising of all kinds of live stock the last week in September and head i
> t fuel. course was necessary. I also believe There will be subjects of interest to her, toward Gainesville .

I I Congressman Sears figured out that the patriotic spirit of the peo- dairymen hog raisers, the producerof r ,
j ,t. PAUSE for a moment, young man, that the saving on fuel and other in- ple will impell them to put the money beef cattle, poultry etc.: The old brood sour is helping to win
., 'cldentals!' each day of gasoline abstinence saved on the purchase! of gasolineinto The live stock interests in the State I'his war. Give her as careful attention
give a thought, to self. The would be $10,000,000 in cold war savings stamps." have grown very rapidly during the as you would any other soldier. ;

that confront I I cash, and .he advised that A special |,, This is another of.the many instances past few years. The value of all the '
. problems you now, or I campaign could be conducted to have in which Representative Seam !live stock in the State according to'For Indigestion, Constipation or

1 will a few hence. .this saving put" into war savings I has looked several months into the future Prof. J. M, Scott, vice-director of the'' Biliousness
years stamps. in advising with government ofT Station is nearly sixty million doU Just try one PEPSIN.SO-cent A bottle Liquid of LAXJ'OSWITH Digestive t

'5 Look about you-the men of affairs in country, state nation-.L ?I' The president showed considerable'ficials in Washington. lie has sev- lara This gives some idea of the Laxative pleasant to take. Made and

yes, in the world, art the men who darted to tare early in life. interest and advised.. Congressman eral matters now pending' that will Importance of the industry.Some recommended to the public by Paris Medicine -.
'f I. Sears to take the matter up with the j I beof vital concern in' the war pro- other subjects' that will be Co,manufacturers of Laxative Bromo.
, They bare the respect and confidence: of the community. United States fuel administration.I gram if adopted. 'These have a direct iiscussed 'are: Certain Questions! Quinine and Grove's :Tasteless chill Tonic.Certainteed.

At that time thefuel'administration relation to war work and cnnnot r-
; neD look on tie other side--at the fellows who spend aD they 'did not think it was advisable and be divulged until official sanction has

make-they nay bare a food time for a while, bat what dot their 'practicable'' : to ask such: self-denial been given.

personality reflect ''from the public. :. Congressman Sears has: taken up

\ Sears Presses Ills Point with the war department the ques.
,1 A' dollar or so deposited In this bank wiD be the
I On June 17, Congressman Sears tion of getting cheaper fertilizer for
t nucleus of an honorable independent career. again wrote the president with rel the growers of Florida. lIe says that
J t: Make you beginning now-today. You bank gard to'"joy-rideless days." lie call: there is urgent need for Florida action -

t book will pave the. way. I ed attention to his former suggestionand that the Florida producers must -** ,

Capital stockResource _________________.. __ .. __. $100,000.00 in' that letter wrote: ."Recently have the fertilizer to stimulate their

; over._________..__..____________.. 600,000.00 I understand Miami Fla., adopted a.Joyrldelesll crops and at prices<< they can afford-to
1 day" and it was a success. pay. He, stated his determination to r

'k Officer and Director: ." Emphasizing the fact that the keep after this matter until he gets
price of gasoline was continuing to action satisfactory to his constituents. v
,;. a A. CARSON, President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY V-P. . . . .
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.t ROMA THOMAS,.Cashier "Service"and"Conservation"
E. E.. SKIPPER IS REPRIMANDED -
N. C. BRYAN. N. B. CARSON "M. KATZ arc written in italics
I 4: $, C. A. CARSON. II.. FLEMING. E L. LESLEY FOR VIOLATING SUGAR RULING
: t J. WADE TUCKER, Directors. .. across the war-time record -
6, 'i' __ _
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r -- .---- I(News Bulletin from office of State own sugar in a can to the hotels and >
"- Food Administration.) 'boarding houses at which .he stoppedand ing. r
C. A. CARSON, President. N. C BRYAN, Secretary. "What is definition of an American having declared he'd have all the
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your '
It has given 'needed
vitally
Mr. Skipper\ J. Walker the sugar he wanted in spite of .Food /
!
.R The Waters. & Carson Pope Federal 'Food Administrator Administration regulations, failed to % shelter' for'munition plant.

for Polk county, fired at E. E. Skipper . prove his innocence during the trial barrack, ,shipyard, factory
i wealthy cattle man of Bartow,at ,and at the close Mr. Pope shot at I- barn and granary -

a late hearing on a sugar violation, I him "If you are >guilty as evidence '\- ..
I Grocery Company with which ''Skipper was charged. submitted makes apparent, you area k '{ 'It has taken nothing military

"Why a man who stands for everything cowardly) ., eelfitflt and 'unpatriotic a value in its manufacturewaste ,-

'I a good citizen should," Skipper: American.. *# rags and asphalt are its
I answered Skipper is one of the wealthiestmen 'I
and Reta'il principal both
Wholesale Dealers in componentsand
"Are you an American citizen, Mr. in the Polk county section, Awning J
several thousand of land are useless for war purposes., I
Skipper was the next question."Certainly .' acres S-

1j GROCERIESe I am.. ," Skipper shot and head of caUle. lie has two sons in ,' Its manufacture is accomplished -
back. tervke. During the hearing the fact
"And I suppose your wilful disregard came to light that he ,does not own : ; ,'4 Al largely by machinery, con

1 of the United States Food Ad', my War. Savings' Stamps nor ony l serving labor;by water power,
. . . .-. . : mlllli tratlon's; regulation allowing] Liberty Loan bonds. He admitted '' UU'1 t. I conserving fuel; by women
"
... . each American citizen two pounds of >Ie: bought a $1,000 bond during 'the ; ? workers, conserving man
F
BUT
WE SELL: WE j the
sugar a month is what is to be expected last drive but exchanged part
power.
It HAT of a good citizen" Mr. Pope payment he has made on- it for a wey
'f j'
" '.i HIDES queried. When Skipper failed to answer Ford car. Certam-teeJ endures under all

it" .. GRAIN j .. Mr. Pope ..id. "That may be Mr. Pope advised him, "Get acquainted conditions. It weatherproof
FURS
I\ FERTILIZERS !.your idea of a good citizen Mr. Skip with the Red. Cross the Y. waterproof spark proof and fire retarding. Rust cannot
j C. A. the Liberty Loan and War
idea I.
WOOL per. It isn't mine. It isnt the ,
. affect it. The heat of the sun cannot melt it or cause
SHINGLES of the several million men in the United Savings Stamps and prove you are
'j. : AND ; State who are good American patriotic. Any individual who forces it to run. It is not 'affected by gases, acids fumes

,,'p/ .. ORANGE BOXES.. .. ALL .. .citizens." I others to go without by using! more smoke, etc. These qualities have made d.thc'

,{ ORANGE WRAPS Skipper, against whom chargeswere I than. his allotment of sugar is unworthy choice everywherefor
COUNTRY I. preferred of having taken his ( of the title American.
I. VEGETABLE CRATES . _ n- .-- factories, warehouses, store., ,

: CRATE NAILS, .* .. PRODUCE .. !KISSIMMEE MAN LOSES Prof. T. N. Carver of Harvard University hotels, garages, office buildings. ''

4. HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS"I says: "Anyone who in these farm buildings and outbuildings.In ;
.0. 0 9 ... . . . . +; . . . . days of impending doom, buys anything .

t f' am' did not hear ofMayr's which he does not need for his
We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds., sorry I is hiring shingles, red or green, it makes an artistic roof for
efficiency
Wonderful Remedy'a fewyears health ,strength or
Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. residences. '. ,
ago, as it would have saved me some one else to do something
'I Free in limits. Thone No. 12.
delivery city
Five which is unnecessary. He, is hiring
We are county agents for good fertilizers. Aik,.. for circular and prier 'several hundred dollars. years essential Certain-teed Roofing is guaranteed S, 10 or 15 yean,
t 'I[ .suffered from indigestion and severe some one to stay out of the
on fertilizers. (U. S, Food Administration License N*.tj-22092) with the according to .thickness. ,
bloating. I grew worse all the Industries. He is competing
I time. My doctor. said an operation! government for materials and man Sold by good dealer, everywhere
! .Mrs, Klein Recommends Chamber-. would
,, f Iain's Liniment. took a course of Mayr's Wonderful and preserve' the liberties of ?man Certain.teed'Products CorporationOf
Remedy Instead and for the past year kind."
t1dC8SONVIIfEtb. "I keep a bottle of Chamberlain'Liniment have been entirely well." It is a: simple lIMo Principal Cities of Asaerlc'

r in the house at'all times harmless preparation that removes 666 cures Malarial fever. 32-10t Manufacturer of
end have used, it for years It will the catarrhal mucus from the Cmain-teeJ'''
OLDESTESTABU&tlO relieve nheumatlc pairts quicker than tentinal tract and allays the fnflama-
No Worms In a Healthy Child '
fTMfR anything I ever used.. I liave also all .. Paints Varnishes-Roofing
_
:which practically
SIt recommended It tp,my neighbors ant stomach liver and 'intestinal ailments healthy color which Indicate'*poor blood,and ae a $M
IM fLORfiatvsrnr friends,"who have11Hd It auecetsfnjly. }- tale,there It more or less stomach dlaturba_
including appendicitis. One
GROVE'S TASTELESS chlU TONIC given retoUrly
.". writes ;.Mrsi; N.\,M. Klein:Chilli,, dose will convince orjnoney .refunded. far two er three week will enrich the blood, impnnre -. Certain-teed,Paint and Varnishes told,in Kiimm 'by:
soot se *"* the digestion,sad act a*a General Stranitaenins
cothe Mo.Subscribe. .f5::=. ss:, J. Z..;Roberso, druggist.. TonJe M the whole. .,.*......W_will then
throw off or dtepel the worm*,aad the Child wW be OSCEOLA HARDWARE 'COMPANY
e-+. for the Valley Gazette1. Save'for t the, country's sake; )ht perfect.heaka.. ,.r.'...... to take.. Ma- .per. bottle.- ,"
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TOUR F.. THE KISSIMMEE. VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER; 1'18KISSIMMEE Ii r.

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was working also has two sides. I A CORRECTION ttlllltltll I
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V ame to this country in 1882!, and my -
Frenchman. 1 took out In the advertisement of the Nelson '
was a
& ....I..... first papers to become an Amerian Realty Co., in our.last issue, the fig- -
Get Your Share of These
I 'P7 Klsalsssie ) citizen jn Illinois in 1884. I have 'urea in the the price of the following Bargains t

KI..t..ee. ; in Nebraska and also took up property went transposed and read

w. .. Harris. P... homestead there. Five. years ago I,'$26.60 per acre, where it should have
B. l(. VMS* came to Osceola countand at no been $62.60,' per acre. In Justice to

........_ I>ime, have, I been a transgressor of the| Company we'reprint the description e WHILE THEY LAST

..bMT*.c. laws of this country, and I deny of this property at ia should have

OB Copy, One T .. : having ever made any statements appeared! ,

PB ODe Copy Copy, Three Six lawabiding to citizen the government, a loyal Amen I am; LAKE VIEW FARM- AND GROVE The lather fellow is saving 50 cents on the dollar\ by

authorised All ... (an American by choice) and I Located on a large lake, lour.miles

lined by the writer.Rejected to intimate that I am a pro- from Kiiiimmee, on county road, buying his Patent Medicines Toilet Articles Pipes .\
_ matter ,
'of the best productive lands
ant.... called for. docs me Agr'et.t injustice. some very

/ (Entered In the ( There"was some feeling between I in the county fine "hammocks: More Pocket Books Fountain Pehs Brushes Phonographs i
said than half of this land is in the ,
Bee, Florida as ...." hat man who bit me and then I artesian ,

making pro-German rerr ark belt, where good flowing wells can be
Etc. from ? We close the sale
if the'}laws' of the state ,could betpplied had, there being 'now three flowing us. Why not you i'

'to this 'case, you would see I wells- on the place; abbut 7 acres .

I one pay the penalty for assault I bearing .grove, 6 room house, stables, "

: ncalled for. 'Very truly yours, LL 'and excellent, property, must be seen Saturday September 21st -
,
GOTL1EB MENTZ to be appreciated. Price'' $62.50: "per ,
favorable terms of .

OF .SERVICE -. acre Here is, a good combination payment farm, So ,don't put off coming. Come today.. 'Our, stock
1 Mr(
'Po FLAG AT BAPTIST just the right property to develop for .

ESTATE CHURCH SUNDAYThe !big money.: This property is, owned is still complete.. .

by' a northern man.,.


following'for the program services at has the Bap-been SERGT.,-EMPEY COMING CORNER DRUG STORECORNER

church next Sunday at 7:30 IN THE GREAT AMERICAN .

FRIDAY, .' m., when the service.flag for,the DRAMA'"OVER THE TOP"

emberSo of that church\ will be pres BROADWAY ,AND, POSSEIL AVE. -

KISSIMMEE The is cordially invited- t
public
veteran ; :
Sergeant Arthur Guy Empey,
WAR WORK attend
: of the Somme and author of 'the
1. Song "God Save Our :Men," ,
most famous of war books, "Over the .
Jacksonville, and congregation. room house and kitchen Also
Top," is, coming the Casino, Saturday head cattle and good bunch
a
W. B. Harris Ki& 50-1
2. Series of prayers,closed by Rev. range hoars loose on the .. .
President Wilson B. Falls.' ; Sei:t. 27th. Farming tools and Implements Some Splendid Bargains In City Property
l This ,
the I ia probably' tihe most important Gated near Kenansvllle. Price ( ,
of
people 3. Presentation of the flag, C. A. half cash, balance terms to .ult. BH I .
in' united news which.Jias come to the local Guy, Kenansvllle. Fla. 5-tl
bine
a .
"
i
; : We have number of houses
a
motion "fans" in because
{ picture any age,
to raise $ 4. Song, "Loyalty to Christ," FARMERS-Send today for a tr..m-I BARGAIN
soldiers they have all heard of Empey copy of the Florida Farmer"and \' that
for lists consider
work I
and congregation. Stockman, published at Jacksonville.Tells COUNt B '- on our we .
and want to him. According-
see to
seas, in the camps about livestock raisins, r
5. Reading Cornelia Lancaster.
the, the advance information received by Ingr, poultry, citrus fruit and trucking a real. bargains. Suppose you
the ships of 6. Song, "Just a Baby's Prayer at twice a month at hoc per year- .
Mr. Woodbeck, Empey will appear on three for tl 00. Only livestock
elected by the WUhelmina years -
Carson. drop in and have'us tell you."I
the screen with all of the magnetismthat and general farming paper In the
mittee to represent 7. Reading, Mrs. J. E. Lupfer state. Write today
has made him of the most
one notable about them. We will; make
ata, state meeting 8. Song, "Twinkle, Brilliant Ser- FOR RENT-Furnished rooms or
roco Temple, personalities developed by the apartments for light housekeeping
war. Albert E. Smith, president of In modern, convenient house, close In. ? the terms and price right.
I', September 16 and Star," Marion. Graves, Marguer- Mrs. E.. E '"ell.. Meal Estate and Insurance ...i :;
the! Vitagraph Company, has 'pro 116 Mabbette. St. Phone 41. _.
9
'
mences a. m.
Duke Margaret Waring, Wilhel- Y-
,
nounced him one of the greatest nat
service for the Carson, Katherine Waring. DWELLINGS for rent. Apply to M Some fine vacant lots at ,
: been to ural actors he ever saw, and he also Tiller.FOH .
iao put up from soldier boys. "
., gining of the war. \) 9.10. Letters Prayer J. W. Wilder. says that Empey has been permittedto SAI.E-Sec<>nd-hand Ford cars i I 4 ? it I'1'' right prices. '(
Osceola Motor
attractive prices
re-enter on the screen the thrilling at
prevent your 11. Song, "Little Blue Star in the Co., 807 roadway
represented at this moments he experienced duringthe . BREAKER REALTY COMPANYKISSIMMEE
Mrs. J. W. Prentis. months he the Gen' FOR HAI..13 One Emerson Typewriter,,
acceptance to ,J.: S. 12. .Song, "Star-Spangled Ban eighteen fought model three, visible, as good as new.
) t mans in France. Apply Valley Uacette. tf FLORIDA
Campaign Director !," choir and congregation.!. Since his return to this country 'after .,,' "
Campaign, ; \t l111)1t ooul woo III-HOBS o ray. .
eighten months of Hell in the Wood Yard Phone 1)2. 87-tf. -
L. A. Bize,. for Y.
l Davidson, : :.OF KISS1MMEE trenches of France, Empey has devoted : WANTED TO HUY- 'Cord wood dellveiVd Life Waterman Waterbury Co.
Agnes BOYS TO SING AT MACON. at Cor Luke and Brack streets.Charles :
himself to work.
patriotic By personal 27Ct.
F. A. Wood, for Anderson. Minneapolis, Minn.
.: he raised than one
appeal, more
f Perry We understand G. Wall, Persons who have not sung in years million dollars for the Second Liberty WILL. TRADE for country or exchange property city or property stockof OFFER 'TO: THE PUBLIC

similar- d9 so Saturday night; at the com- Loan, aided the ,Red Cross in divers any kind. D. C. Miller. 28-tf The Best Chemical In-Door Closet AssembledIt
telegrams sing at !the Y. M. C..A. Old 'in .
received by ., Black Joe" and ways and was a strong influence being Sanitary Odorless and Economical. Installation :
I such as "Old swelling enlif.ttner.t-i for the United : As its
I terday, and a that will take the participants does not interfere with of the Kissimmee ordinances '
Ills book any City according -
and
States Army Navy.
I
ceiving them i is'' ( to the days of long ago, will be and his lectures also have been to.}lie opinion of Assistant Oity Attorney Pledger, and fur
HELP
HOW w PICTURES
morrow afternoon potent fidjuncts of the Government'swar ther, it is approved by the, Florida State Board of Health. Why ,

the council Soldiers, and civilians,. especially h lli'bate'l'

'' a suitable T'I older residents, are invited to propaganda.The I i Send in your orders now h. Ed mon d SWflbcy, Agt.t 4,.' ,j

important meeting part. Books containing songs boys are keeping up the drive 'There is sentiment in: every sol I Bon 625 KISSIMMCC, FLORIDA \

a decade or longer ago are "over tne.re," We must keep it up II,!
LEGAL ADVISORY. .. diers' heart. It stirs at sight of his .
wer. here. Buy War Savings Stamps. ,
:: FOR The Gaso'ne! Four from Camp 'Persona who buy War Savings 'flag-at the' thought of home andas

Members and Infantwill, Florida boys e..:ng.They of ?Company have B, Stamps and then cash them in.whenit he looks again and again at FOR. ', SALE OSCEOLA HOTELWill :
.
'
; '' '
'.is not imperative that they have ,;'t. ,' *' 'ii
the Legal Advisory 'hundreds! here. ,All live ;in : the precious pictures of the'home :
the have been described 'as A Few"Cholce''Young for the Fall, "
money and Winter
'' open
county'iTbis'Board) j ..Fla.;,and 'have:,remarka. ob carries'in' ; his .. ..' ; ,f' s, \ *\', '''' ( 1
he was t ly sweet voices:"'"'They"'are 'W.; ,M. worse than alackors--they are folks {Socket. > "' Milk Cows>: Season Sept. 12th. : ,'-t, !(. "1, ,
structionists. Intakes; time and material
ed for the purpose- L. Smith, Tyce McAllister and cash Families contemplating spending ,
to sell and War Savings
\ trants under the Graves. the winter in Kissimmee will find
,
Make the appointment today.WILDER'S .
p o to fill 'out and The "sing" probably will be held Stamps.- Duroc Jersey Hog., all ages our accommodations pleasand and

questionnaires : the open with many people seated NOTICE UK """TEn's HAI.K. i CHEAP ; home-like.. ":
Since that time Notice Is hereby given that, under STUDIO39It.
), : the lawn in front of the building. and by Virtue of final decroo of foreclosure I RATES REASONABLE
I ment, through the wilt be more comfortable there and Issued out of and under the seal "
Belief has # of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Dr. W. W. MRS. W. H. ARNOLDPROPRItTRtSS
; will be more room. Circuit of the State of Florida Carson ".
Board in Next Saturday night the board of In and.for In Osceola a certain County cause In. chanceryBlttlnK. therein If 'I I :

I allotment and ; ra of the Y. M. C. A. and mem- pending wherein Debbie II Thurman Q "
in the is, complainant and K C.' H. Cobb and 1Or.YE9 :
Department be i .k'I.I.S': :
the will
of Ladies Auxiliary Clara V. Cobb. his wife, and Oscoola ; : KJorldarr <
'" i ors' Civil Relief Act; against each other singing old Construction and Developing Companyare _....... l.lmllril to Nuricrry aDd_.>
respondent', I the undersigned, aeSperlnl DlMeanea off Women.Excellent "
I Alien property that songs. Master In Chancery, will sell at ltoapllel l-iK-Hlllm. AOfflcelHiilte
I '_ property and assist W. M. Wakeford will lead the sing- public outcry during' the Icual hoursf : 7-M-u, l>rli..". llltlK. *,.
..
sale, before the Court House door .0. 812: 1<: ( Main
t I per government this Saturday night. The com- In thn City of Klnslrnmee. In the saidiSuinty :: Office ..d lleiilileiire Mt.A
and State of Flori
of'Osreola
In consequence of in charge is composed of Miss da/on! Monday the 7tt day of October. aL

e work the ) : Bright ham, chairman; Mrs.... A. D, 1918. the following describedreal ,
estate situate In' said Osceola
{ has been authorized .Sears, Miss Carrie Brown Bounty, Florida: < I AM '
bers of the Board The south half of Section ,18, Town
Mr. .Wakeford.-Macon, (Ga.,) Range t3 East.
in different parts Sperms of sale cash. A.. E. DROUGHT :
r' '. Z. BASS MASTERGROCER
r'p. to save parties S9-4t. Special Master In Chancery.

t ..'," county seat.: This SAVINGS' CAMPAIGNI 115 Broadway. .
the oath taken by NOTICE OF ArM-ICATIOV OF TAXI. :.1.1may.

.', ., entitles them, to, I MAKING_GOOD. HEADWAY Notice Is hereby DKKI given' that David Real Estate and Insurance ., j g

: oaths to those (Continued from Fag One) Jennings, purchaser of Tai' Certificate
No. 662 dated the 7th day of August REPRESENTSThe
.or reports under A D. 1918, has flied said certificate In ,1
them neither is it
heads. patriotic on my office, and haa made application Home Insurance Co. of New
part for Tax Deed to Issue In accordancewith .
There Is no law Bald certificate embraces York, the National Fire InsuranceCo. "" '.,
be Sales of War Savings Stamps at the following described property, situated lYE COME TO
to paid by various post offices VP to Septem-. In Osceola. County to- of Hartford, The Sun, and
tance. i wit: Lot 7 In Block 8, St. Cloud. This TELL YOU WHERETO '
10th, 'purchase value is as to). land being assessed. at the date of the many other reliable companies.
The following are -- issuance of said certificate In the name
Board in Kissimmee : of F. L. Reed Unless said certificate BUY YOUR ,
I St. Cloud, ___________f38,945.84 shall. be redeemed according? to law tax -I "
local members of deed will Issue thereon on the 12th
) Kissimmee, __' __,_____ 26,182,03 day of October, A I>. 1918J Hooverize Economize and \ 1 GROCERIES.
W. B. Crawford, ,
/ ERSTREET.
IM OV
r Garrett, Pat Deer Park, ______.;__ 1,344 45' Clerk Circuit Court Osceola County, Wilsoniz in Every

I Narcoossee, ._ _______ 1,016.06Kissimmee Florida. '
Fox, Lewis O'Bryan 9-6t.. By 8. H. BULL.OCD, D C. Possible Way LISTEN TO f MY
Park, _____ 1,074.80 .. I TALKS EVERY .,
01
Alexander Akerman .
(if. pigned chairman. !) Kenanaville, __ ______ 293.26 But Don't Fail to I 'WEEK; YOU WILL BUY YOUR,

g The associate Basserfger, .. ?_____ 117.84 Classified Advertisements BRYANIZE j GROCERIES FROM MY STORE.
I
s Lokosee, ? __-__.___ 18.26Total$64,00144
Porter:, W. G. King, .
car i
+ )icliffe, St. Cloud. FOR SAI.K-Medium weight Wagon ,and Have Your i

I' John Frederick II. Baisden W. Hill, In maturity value, the above total Mabbett goodthan St.real. also value.Harness.Enquire. Prloe 625 (ELECTRICAL WORK I II I HOME.I'BUYING. GROCERIES. IS THE BIGGEST JOB, IN EVERY ",

7200000.
$enaneville.r OUN1)-A pair of tortoise shell Rlnsses. '- Done,Today! AM
Owner scan have same by culling I GOING TO MAKE THIS JOB EASY FOR YOU BY "
you buy War Savings Stamps, at this office and payingtor advertising PHONE 163 TELLING YOU ;ABOUT THE BEST GROCERY STORE IN
Chairman of Legal 89-lt.
iw It is like lighting 'lamps; THIS TOWN AND WHY YOU SHOULD TRADE THERE.;
bright where darkness ruled O8T-On Monday East Lake, dark
a COTLIEB MENTZ blue bathing; lt" and bag. Finder THEY KEEP A BIG, FRESH STOCK OP HIGH
'4' For the boys with Joyous :feeling, please. return to Dollar Limit, Store. WE BUY GROCERIES.AND QUALITY
IS LOYAL SELL FOR LOW PRICES.
that you, by thus. :revealing, OLD '''FALSE TEETHWe
All your strength: with them is WANTKD-White cook and house THEY KEEP THEIR STORE CLEAN AND SANITARY..
fTo the Kissimmee keeper. Apply Valley Gazette. $8tfL.T pay from $2.00 to $35.00'per ,
pooled. MY 13 ,1
,, w ome time &1'0 Come across I A BARGAIN PRICE)-Underwood: set (broken lots). We also, pay ac- STORE ,

/tlcfc/ in your. paper, Typewriter In rood condition. Kn- taal. value for Diamond! old Gold,
i D. G. WAGNER, Chairman. quIre UI.M..bbette St. $7-tf
Ham was mentionel, I Silver and Bridge-work. Send at THE CUT PRICE CASH GROCERY ?
....
FOR &BNT! -Nice Furnl.b.dIu.
1
been aimed at
:
y Cubans;' and resident of nil South I Apply to J. MePhatter.tf once by parcel post and receive cash

i was a pro-Getrman countries) an eagerly: buy. by return mail.MAZER'S PHONE 141 '
IS 422 BROADWAYOUT
FOR SALIII-IDIJrhtJ' acres; acres
L b the truth, and the United States War Savings cleared and under fence; I acre inbearing TOOTH SPECIALTY TOWN r

r r Y 'wwtoroed. .on m "" i t.. t.ti'I.t 't L2Y2filfll: of.en. >rea.or..nlrerq.jlmber. .on.: IS.OOO ram; worth f ur-i I Dept. X, 2007 So. 5th St. Philadelphia (lOP ORDERS SHIPPED SAME DAY,



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r' THE KISSIMMEE VALL GAZETTE,: RlDAT; SEPTEMBER 13. 'i 18' 'mI.'

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Cards were received here this:weekbveneN i I r Charier Doe on,'of Doer Par spent ,

} INTERESTING: _LOCAL ITEMS II announcing the safe arival e'Thursday in town. i

!I of Sgt. GT.M., Sheroutt, J z:, ti i''I t 'John Padgett o( St. Cloud.. .pending '

4wOH ONON00i/00 Miss Van Johnson of St; Cloud, is For Rent-Two furiJAtypd, ,flatU ,I the day in town, i.
1 j i ii spending several 'days this,' week the with moderncoDTenJenctSJ: ) f W. p.i 1 "Julian{ Montsdoca motored to town 9rd

i : Weather Report i guest- of Miss Margaret Kenton. Harris, .Gazette office. SS tf,1 today, 'from Kennnsville.Cv i I

J. R. Dickerson of Bradentown,wu Gordon1 Button left yesterday fpr1 I M, Montadoca of Union Center, '

k business visitor In Kissimmee Wed- Bloomington, Ind., to resume his vUited the city Thursday heI/I Nt1M /

Following are daily temperas nesday and Thursday of this week. studies at the. State University of .AS.. Nelson has beei\ confined to t r

tures and by precipitations Government stationat as reported Miss Christine...Ivey left Thursdayfor Indiana "" ', his home by illness tho past few days

Kiiislmmee fo- the week end Washington, D. C., to accept a Mrs. J. Z. Roberson returned home Berry Tindall of Narcoossee. was

ing Thursday, Sept. 12th. position in the War Risk Insurance last week form Asheville, N. C., one of th ,'OQtot town,visitors Thurs
-M\. .*. Mln. Rein Department.Miss -' where she had been "spending the post day: I

Thursday, ..... 93 73 Louise Thomason returned several weeks. .' I' Mrs. M. A.'Simmons of Arcadia is .A449 i

Friday _|.-----, 89 71 Wednesday from Hendersonville:*, N.. > Mr. and Mrs. and visiting the family of Sheriff L. II.Ingrain. "
Saturday ..... 83 69 1.01 Of., where she has been spending the ,(children and Mrs.,Gay Kate Livingston Aultman have .- PERHAPS there is no part of tie Lowe in which the housewife( spendsso "

Sunday, _...._. 90 71 few months. I Miss h time doe much work in toe r
past been few at Mamie Tiller returned home. mof spending outing
days
a '
:
,
Monday, ____... 80 71 ..24Tuesdry .
Repair work a specialty; call atme. Daytona Beach. I'Thursday night from a three months This being true It la only natural that manufacturers should vie '
.... 88 70
,
( .. You'll need, your lights' this visit to New York. wllh each other in the effort to' produce the most convenientann : 1
Wednesday, ___ 90 71' W. II. Arnold left Tuesday for "
winter. Phone. 163 .Muscle ,Shoalg,, Ala., where ha has 0 ,C. ,MeLcan has moved,7hii; family greatest labor saving devices, for this part of the he.....

... .O.OOOOO.oo.OOVO.O.OOOO' . C. Knott of Tampa,who represents. accepted a lucrative position in the into town end is occupying his No greater convenience for tie kitchen has ever been devueqJtKan 'I
the Burroughs. Adding Machine residence on Main street.
-
Sgt. Tice McCallister of Camp ,;Company, was in town on.. a business government nitrate plant. II., C. .LIghtsey'has' accepted a pealtion THE SELLERS KITCHEN CABINET.. ".:'
Wheeler spent several days here this mission Wednesday' Mrs. Brotherson MrsM; C. Toller a smanagor of the Bronson.pack- and no housewife who delights in order system or neatness should be expected
and Miss Gladys! Bryan, of Sanford, to be without It' Str IT liRt.l
p
i week on furlough. !
Mr.,, and'Mr... 'w. H. Cauley, of Ing house for this _con.

Mrs, Milton Pledger, returned home Goulds, Fla., spent a few days'' -vlsit'ng ,. pent several hours in Klslmmee N. Mr and Mrs. F.: X. Lapont returned C. H. GRATNTHAM"Tit *,
Wednesday the guest of Mrs Hn '
Tueeday from where week. .
Daytona Beach, relatives here' last They Brattan. .home Tuesday after spending' the .
she has been spending. : a' few ''days'outing ,were returning home from Thomaslvilie summer at Daytona'Beach. Satisfactory Star*" ., f'$9;'
other in Several of Kissimmee's prettiest i''
) and Georgia points Mrs Riley Godwin of 'St. Cloud member >
under' the.
girls, leadership of
? Have you any useless money? Then their auta E. E. Wells spent Wednesday"on the elect of the next Board of Public Instruction ..> 1
why have a useless socket hanging Inyour' J. M. Woodall came home from was in Kissimmee yester -
streets selling War Savings and
home Have'it repaired by Jacksonville Wednesday to register.He ThrifT Samps.. day. !,

Bryan, Phone 163 : returned to his work today, accompanied I D.-W. Grantham...who Jian been assisting
Sergt. DeWilton Alderman has received i by his wife and small son, Miss Norma Griffin entertained 'his brother' in':-the, furniture

an appointment to the officer J who! have been visiting at the Lawson jwith a -dance at'theClub honor House on store, returned to his homo at Doug. The Overland Garage
Monday evening in of her '
cousin
j training camp at Camp, Gordon, .and home for the past two week. Miss HeJdt of- las, Ga., ]last Friday. '
, Margaret Tampa;
} has been transferred from Gainesville good :
Some northern property to Lieutenants. -
Smith andKodu'camo
who.is, ,bar, guest. Briggs a',
to that place to begin training.Mr. exchange for Florida property. ]fyou '
1/1
from Dorr Field ''and /
-J up .
J.' D. Woodbeck has
leased the .
and Mrs. J. L. Briggs arrived can't sell, 'whr not exchan&eT.Ne spent Saturday and Sunday with V,13 >
Palm theater at' St.'Cloud' and willgive \
Monday night from'Toronto,' Canada; jn .Reajty Company.'Condnctor'J. : ; friends in Kls immee. ' 'under- "
,
i:
1\ the people of that city three pietu'e now new manage-. .
and to make Kissimmee their .
expect M. of Sanford .
Hays
\ shows a'weekTuesdayeThuredays ',Mra. A, W. ,Bailey, Miss Frances, '
home In future., Jjr. 'and Mrs.'Briggs is* reHev4ng'Copt. B. M.- 'Tedder' "
at .
and Mrs. .inel All'work
and Saturdays. T, B. Griffin, went to Tampa t. on all
and daughter, Miss Vivian last Belt ,
spent conductor on the Sugar railroad Tuesday evening. A. W. Bailey
v, winter here and were so'well pleased during the absence Of the latter who Charlie Regero who has been engaged ,' f
joined them
with our city that they purchased a with his family Is spending hi. an- in Y,, M. q. A. work in Ohio, on Wednesday. makes of cars' and marine
home Mabbette returned Tuesday to register. He expects ,t
which
on street they
nual vacation in North Carolina.
to leave FLYING SQUADRON HERE work done Eddier
ore now 'occupying. afternoon Sunday night for promptly. ti
On Saturday n 'last the
HOLDING EXAMINATIONThe ,
Gainesville where he will enter the
fa. Stock Man's Paradice is located in the home of Mr and Mrs, A. W. Bailey "
Osceola county Florida and we have on Mabbette street presented a ,University. State Examining Board for Lancaster is 'in charge of
'cholee-bargains in Stock Farms. How children B. M. Hall returned front Moore. teachers, known the .i
gay scene when about thirty : as "flying squad
r' large a place do you want? Nelson gathered in honor of the ninth birth- Haven on Saturday. Mr. Hall open ron" and composed of Dr. W. F. Yo- the repair department.P. j j

Realty Company. day of their little daughter Frances. ed up the Western Union Telegraphoffice !cum, Miss Clem Hampton and Miss

s a: Mrs. Milton Pledijer received a letter Rev. C. II. Summers down at that place on May 20th and McDonald, arrived in Kissimmee this '
came I
this week from her sister, Miss from Camp Johnson Wednesday night may have to return However, he I week and has been holding the regu-

Jessie Padgett, who has been employed t.o register, and tovisit with his fanvly 'issimmee.topes to be. .permanently. located. in lar September examination for teachers . H. TYNER Mgiv k

in Jacksonville for some time asa a day of so. Mr. Summers is now % | at the Osceola High School build- ,

f stenographer, conveying the news with the Y. M. C. A. and expecta,togo We have a 40-acre tract of land lIg.I kx
of her marriage Saturday last to (close to townand: has a largo groveof I About thirty applicants for teacheta'
Mr. Joseph T. Clyman of New York weeks.overseas within the next few ( big orange trees. Bargain price. certificates are. taking the exam- ____ 'n _' _ ________ __ ____ _

The groom is a soldier stationed at Nelson Realty Company. *" inations. .
We have an excellent 7000 acre,
1 1for'I1attlesburg.
I
Camp, Johnston. Miss Abby Harris left Saturday -
; stock farm for rent, good buildings
WEEKLY' REPORT OF SALESOF
Edison Phonographs advanced in Miss., where she
close to town. Let us show you. Kel
' ., price Sept. let, but our prices will re- son Realty; Company. :will 'go into training. with a view to THRIFT STAMPSII

main the same during September.Buy becoming a Red Cross nurse. She C. Stanford thrift, 1"7
B. E. and left
Capt. Haley family
before Oct. lat .and save about WM accompanied by her sister Mrs. (Story Store Thrift, .___?___?___ 2 Complete Stock of.
lost week for Winston-Salem :
N C., .J<
10 per cent. Central Drug Store. .* D. G, Francis, who will 'return homein Citizens Bank, W. S. S__________ 1
to spend two weeks vacation with re. r .
Edgar Bryan, who baa been engaged lives. During Capt. lIaleY'I.ab.. a few days. State Bank, W. 'S.: S.________.,._ 36 .. ','<

s ., in electrical work in the shipyards sence"section master A. G. McCor- ,Spend your winters in Florida,save B.: Diclcerson, W. S. S.___________ 1

TI. in Savannah, for the past several quendale Is acting road Mast*)?, in (Fuel bills and grow young. We can locate Wenner-Sawyer Co., for- DOUGLASS.
;
months has returned to Kissimmee his stead. ] you to advantage. Nelson Real School, W. S. S._________..___ 7 E

and has decided to do similar work tyCompany:: . Thrift .- __ _______'.____-.. 34
here. lie"otrere his services, to the A. S. Gilbert and family have re Manager H. C. Piano, of the Citrus Woman's. H. G., W.., S. S.___ V-204 \ ih
turned from a week's Outing which Thrift __ _________.__ 83
, public in thin isse of the .Gazetteand.will Exchange I-.having the machinery ? ? ? Shoes for Menii.
High Top
be" glad figure on any they spent at Daytona Beach enjoying at,the packing house overhauled, and Osceola Hdw. Co., W S. S:______ 8 ,
| the pleasures of i the' eeashore. i. getting the house in shape for thisason'a '. .Thrift' :,. -- -_.".:..:--*-'-*.;...:... 8R..S.
t
|line.Whichcord! : Miss Nea.Well, of that place, accom 1 business.! It, is 'expected thatsome'rgrapefruitill'ibe .'. Floyd. Thrift,.; .;;;;..*;.! '12
I panied them homeland: willibe'tbeir j ; >;'W.' Witb Chairman.
If U'' $: B.), npoon:' \
rja]new homeTUon'trun! a danger, ,{guest for the'next'week' 'or BO.f'W', !j f.r ready to '.
'cue risk by using a defective iron handle about the first of October. cLTANFQRD
THE BUILDING CIRCLE.Mrs. CO.
We can sell you a 40-acre( tract on '
n
cord Have"it renewed Hear Marine Weidorf
by Bryan most favorable terms, very cheap, Rudy the F. Herzberg entertained the n.a
Phone 163. world's greatest Saxophonist, on the ..
improved and bearing grove, Write Building Circle of the .First Baptist
A. J. MacDonough, who has been New' Edison.. He'srP..t_ .. ., Central .
i 4 us. Nelson Realty Company. n ---- Church, Monday at her pleasant I
Store *
in the drafting department Drug home in North Kissimmee. Notwithstanding -
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Leslew were called
of the rnll-Stevens shipbuilding Sheriff L. U. Ingram carried Mrs. the very inclement weathera
to Fort Pierce this week by the
plant at Jacksonville the past fw ngram, and Irene and Mrs. M. A. number of ladies attended the i
death of Mrs. Lesley's, nephew little
I'emplo'u.J weeks returned home last Saturday. Simmons of'Arcadia and Mrs. 'Milton meeting and a collection ,of $10 was ,
,. 10 year old William Fee son of Mr. MS
Mac has recently enlisted in the service (and Mrs. Fred Fee wbp'was accident- Pledger over to Daytona Beach' in his added to the funds of \the; society. :
as Constructing Quartermaster shot car last week and left them for a At the close of the afternoon dainty '
ly by a companion. They returned
i VI and passed .all his examinations' and from their sad mission Wednesday.Ask week's stay at that popular resort. refreshments of iced tea and cakes We've
expects to receive :his commission as They returned home this week. were served. :

, ::t second lieutenan within the 'next day to hear Frieda Hempel sing We have a splendid 5-room house, Those present were, Mrs. N. C. '

i or so. lie will remain here with his "Aue Marie," on the New Edison" well furnished close in on brick Bryan, Miss M. C. Bryan, Mr*. Mar. got .those

4 ,''% family until he receives ,his call. to the "The Phonograph with a Soul C n- street, for sale or rent for the season. ion Carson Mrs: Croxton, Mrs A. S. : w(_
colors r ral Drug Store. Nelson Realty Company. Gilbert, Mrs. O. B. Falls Mrs J. C. Drug Store ;

J ' desiring New Edison J. C. Ledbettor and 'family arrived Griffin and Mrs. L. R. Farmer. \
, Any one a Mrs. W. T. Crawford, of Thomas. :
I "The Phonograph with a Soul" can from Thonotosassa on Wednesday to ville, Ga., is visiting 'her parents Mr. Things :
make their home in Kissimmee. They :
SPEND-THE-DAY PARTY :
save about 10 per cent by purchasing and Mrs. J. M. Gardner and other re-, t
before October 1st. See us for terms have rented the C. W Dann residence atives, here. Mrs. Crawford formerly I The attractive country-home of Mr. need'

t and prices. Central Drug Store. and will move in as soon as their fur- lived at Cairo Ga., but the family has i' and Mrs. B.. CI'' Miller was the scene : you

Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Combs and niture arrives. In the meantime they recently moved to Thomasville,where of a very pleasant gathering Tuesday :. ,
are stopping with the family of F. S. when number of friends were invited
:, children of Miami spent Tuesday in Mr. Crawford is practising law. a '<
' Kissimmee visiting the family of Dr. Ledbetter on Church street. Geo. W. Persons, of the Dollar Lim.it for a"spend-the-day"to meet Miss ;

: J D. Sibert and other friends.. Mr. Fine stock farm well located and I t Store, returned home this morning Bertha Twitch!!, of St. Petersburg :

and Mrs. Combs are travelling by stocked with cattle fully equipped from a two weeks trip in which he who is, visiting in the city. :.
ready to move 'right onto end make An elaborate twelve o'clock dinnerwas
auto, and had been visiting relative combined business with pleasure.. Mr.
big Nelson Realty Com served and the afternoon hours : 1 ,
in Lakeland.. They will make the trip money.' Persons visited Baltimore where lie .
home by easy .tag'ef. .atopping at Or' pany. purchased his fall stock of goods and were spent in reminiscence. :. I .. .
lando and other points en route. Mrs.' Mrs. Elizabeth Waring and son then came back to Georgia stopping Enjoying this plaaeaat event were ;. 1 .. .
Combs was formerly Miss Lorena Dickey left the first of this week for at Atlanta, Moultrie and Macon vis- Mr. and Mrs. M. H. porter Mr. and : ".' .

I Jaudon, of Orlando and i. pleasantly'' Lakeland to join her daughters who !ting Kissimmee's soldier boys at the Mrs. J. McPhatter and Miss Ruth : ,

remembered by many Kissimmee had been visiting the Waring familyat latter place. Mr. Persons says the Campbell Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller, : .
and Alan MacDonough and .
people. that place. The party returned request for gasolineless Sundays by Mr. Mrs.

Come to the land of Fruits and home Thursday with Malcolm War- the fuel administration is being taken family, Miss Bertha 'Twitchell, Mrs. : .... ..
Flowers, Strawberries for Christmas Ing and son, who came up to Kissim very seriously in Georgia, and that in F. Van Duzer, Misses Emily. and :

" dinner fresh vegetables when the mee to drive back their new Jordan some instances cars out on the' Sabbath Mary Sanderson. : THE CENTRALS NURSE SAYS:

North is shoveling coal and, snow. car.On have been treated to a dose of I r METHODIST CHURCH. :

. Free b f>klet to interested 'parties.: account of the increased cost to "yellow paint. Preaching by the Pastor Sunday at : When you come to US for It you GET It; we've '

Nelson! Realty Company. i'us we will be forced to raise the price The Gazette has been advised that 11 a.' rn. : got the goods. .

Mrs. D. C. Wheeler, who }has been of DeSoto Tablets, CompositionBooks the item published last week in ref. The Pastor will preach Sunday at :

1 spending the summer in- northern Theme, Tablets, etc., to 6c. erence to Homer Tindall was' allright 7:30 p. m. at Shingle Creek and We also give you Prompt polite SERVICE when
Ohio and Michigan, ,has returned to Central Drug Store. with two exceptions. One of these is there will be no services at that hour : '
, Florida and .has resumed her duties i Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Best of Kls- that Tindall/ is a sergeant instead( of in the Methodist church. : you come to dtor drug store.

teacher in the public schools at sinunee, spent a few days the past a lieutenant and tho other is that he Prayer meeting Wednesday even- :
Maitland. .Mrs. Wheeler came downto '''I'week visiting their daughters Mrs. (he has not been in a bayonet contest Ing will be in charge of the Sunday These are two reasons why our business Is growIng

Klssirivmee.last Saturday for a ( F. W. Stalker and., Miss Helen C. and his arm and face are consequent- School. with' J. L. Overst eet, as : fast. One more reason Is this: we charge, ..YOU''f'f

brief"vis. t. She had a moat delightful Booty in this city. They were accompanied Iy allright. Our information was not leader. J. D., SIBERT, Pastor. : only a moderate PRICE: ** .
''sit among old friends and relatives by their son, Lieut. Ira H. authentic, and we only published its '. i'"
an'd rays she found..number of"peo- Best, and. his1'' bride, nee Miss Alva I I rumor. However, Osceola county If you will'start: a War Savings : Buy from us 'and, KNOW'It' Is right.. .: ?J

pie who were enquiring about'Florida Fort t8't'', who were' married in Kia- \ has a right to feel proud of Sergeant Stamp Card immediately will be . '"
and expected to come here for the aimn4 Thursday. The 'party return i Titfdall, us she has of her other surprised*!* see how fast it grows. : 1

winter. Mr. Wheeler is 'one of our ed home Monday and 'Lieut Best reports -1.oidiersv. and, we are ease that the All largo fortunes have grown : Central Drug Store. j' :

very best boosters' and never fails to for duty at Camp Wheeler to-; nly.reason he didn't do just,what we from small beginning,War Savings'Stamps ;
He Deal Place :
Square ..
r "put in .' good 'word'Sor,this, section day..' H. expect to go overseas within i said he did, was that he.didn't haven afford .a most; ; convenient. I: .. > : ,${

r taken the opportunity presents- -- itself. short time.-Bradentown; Journal : opportunity 1Icfrt form pf beginning.. i :..o OOJoo..o. ...o.'o'o" .... .... '
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SQ THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 13, 1918
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t AMERICANS ASKED TO I ,

Cold Water How Much Per'Box is



a'r Sure, you can use GRAND LIMIT USE OF SUGAR Your Packing Cost--

MA in cold waters Cold,. "

1 hot, hard, or soft water- V Are you In line with your competitors? Are yon i'etUnaareat., .

/ Ifs all the same to GRAND- !'Must Use No More Than Two Pounds or greater, results from the same man power? '
MA. She wades right in
And what does your fruit look like when it gets to market, where

t suds and -produces suds that wonderful just drive cleansing:the dirt Per Person a Month' if the Present it is largely judged by outward appearance
Il I I J alone
out-suds that make the clothes III mlj"/fl/ VIII +
come out gloriously fragrant, sweet Meagre Allied Sugar Ration I I I j
and fresh. GRANDMA saves time I With the costs of producing fruit L
work and soap,.too. '. . steadily!! climbing, careful attention to
I Is Maintained. 1 111'' I III j ;I) the matters of packing _and appearance -

It's Pou>JrJ. No more slicing or __ of fruit will pay good dividends. ,
n chipping of bar soap.; Measure out V
just what you need no more. H

Wash the Woolen Sock ahutwaist.GRANDMA It is can safe't harm for your anything.GRANDMA'S finest. Stocks Will Be Short Until Beginning of New \ = SKINNER

YouKnitwith Grandma t Satisfaction, Guar nteed"Packing
jYear-:Ration May Be, Enlarged Then.Two .
'
_- House. MachineryIs
Powdered Soap .
i :/ Is the scientific answer to most !
pound of sugar a month, -half reduction. In Europe the present ra- house
packing problems.
a pound a week-tbet Is the sugar rat tion Is. already reduced to a minimum. 5 1
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: Your Grocer Has It Our Situation. Whatever needs to be done in the
tlon the U 8.' Food Administration
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The situation which the United ,. packing; house Skinner' now has ,a
'
bat asked every American observeuntil States faces In Its efforts to maintain ', machine which does it well.

i .January 1, 1919, In order to make 'a. fair distribution sugar to the Al- Skinner
That is why admittedly more
'" FLORIDA. sure there' shall be enough for our' lied world Is as follows: / r
Arrange 'now for protecting
your tupar.uppllce throughout" the country machinery is sold Ulan of all competitors .'
It you want' to spend the winter stored corn against weevils. Pry Army and Navy' for the Allied.armies , In hemee, ctoria, factories and .;. combined.. .
Away .from ice and snow, weather has cut the crop short in the and for the civilians of those nations bakeries. are at' a low .bb. We must
Just pack your grip fpr Florida( north and a crib full -of corn will represent By 'New Tear's the world sugar situation make Increased sugar shipments t. the Write today for tho Skinner catalog'and proof of the efficientservice

And,come where the roses grow.. .a tidy ,sum of money,. will' be relleTed somewhat by Allies.Production' of Skinner-"Satisfaction Guaranteed" Machinery.'
of Amorlean beet and
I
Don't sit around the furnace, Subscribe for the Gazette, $2 yearly. the sew crop. Cuban sugar of this Louisiana sane crops have boon disappointing. L. B. Skinner Mfg.: Co.B. a

In an effort; to get warm- years crop will be arming la this '
C. Skinner .
Do not forget the, Klosimmee Val Porto Rice crop* have bas cur Manager
Just pack your grip for Florida ley Gazette office does fine printing. co nt17. tailed. Lee Avenue, Dunedin FloridaKtat .-
And stroll among; (the farms. Every available sugar source will be Immense sugar docks In Java cannot j

drawn on by the'Food Administration be reached en account ef m shipping Distributor of Av.ry Makers of Ptephena Revttlvln :
When all the north is wrapped in CHANGE NOTION shortage ahlpe are flooded for Tractors and Novo Knclnea Overhead Irrigation Outfits
daring the next winter months to maintain '
sndw, a troop movements and munitions.
sufficient stocks here to keep up Army and Navy sugar requirementshave
Amid the winter's gloom, .
Just pack-your grip for Florida ABOUT; CALOMEL our national sugar supply During October the Allloa.Increased as well as those from

And see the flower in bloom. the first American beet sugar Most Industries using sugar have had .
will arrive In the market. By the
Calotabs their allotment reduced by one-half;
New Called!
Variety L .Per.
The days are bright and sunny middle' of November' some of our Louisiana some will receive no sugar.
The pine trees bring perfume fectiy Safe and DelifhtfuL cane crop will be available. All Households should make every effort .

Just pack your 'grop for.Florida, of this sugar and more may be needed to preserve the fruit crop without
With all of the liver cleansing and ; sugar, or with small amounts of sugar.
You then will think it June. to this nation
keep
supplied on a reduced
system purifying qualities of the old Later, when the sugar supply Is larger
style calomel, but robbed of its sick ration and to safeguard the Allied the canned fruit may be sweetened WRIGLETSWe
Come, then, and spend the winter, sugar ration from still further us It Is used.
ening and
griping effects
dangerous ,
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For sure the climate's' fine,
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Calotabs is destined to become the -- -
Just pack your grip for Florida, .
most popular of all home remedies, aai
You'll come' another time.
tit i has already become the favorite of
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Orange Center,-Fie Mrs. E. Maddox. all physicians.The new style. calomel called Calo 1 Farming Is a Business MatterFlorida 1

YOUR WIFE CAN USE IT. tabs, is perfectly.delightful in effect.

If you are away from (home and One tablet at bedtime, with swallow_ is an agricultural state.I should be able to sell that which they s'I

one of your hones takes the colic pf 'water,-that's. all. No nausea, no1iping. Something can' be made to grow out sow and reap, and which they can Jo

your wife can treat him if she has Next morrfiiig you wake feeling of doors every month, in every coun- by co-operating in regularly organized -
Farris' Colic Remedy in the house. fine, your liver active, your sys- 'ty, a condition not true of any other associations. "-

It is easy to use. Just drop it on the tem purified and with a hearty appe- state over its entire area, says the In the beginning the farmer should
horse's tongue. and in thirty minutes tite for breakfast. Eat what you State Marketing Bureau. Unlike the realize there are certain farm pro-
lie is relieved. Get it today You please, there is no restriction of habit states of the northwest there is' plenty ducts for which there is continuous

may need it tomorrow. Waters &: or diet, of water and fuel in the form of demand in his section of the countryand
Carson Grocery Co. Genuine Calotabs are never sold in wood. So there should be no lack of for which he can always receive I
3 bulk. Ask for the original, sealed comfort in every' He should his
home in our state fair prices. join with
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666 contains no alcohol, arsenic, package, price thirty-five cents. Your i if ordinary endeavor is practiced. neighbors ana an should- equip themselves *

nor other poisonous drugs. 32-10t,druggist recommends and, guarantees Before the days of the railroads to produce those products in ;
Calotabs.-(Adv.) I the the farming communities of this quantity and of quality that will Insure .
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and other states controlled their own good returns.

markets and general business by the Hundreds of farmers in every sec
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application of the simple system of tion of the country are today devoting

Registration Not t : e Exchange sale and purchase. It was their time in investments to the
Y : t'J hen a matter of individual effort. production of crops which, though .

, ,;wince] the advent of speedy transpor they; yield fairly well, do'not bring '

,. '-, ,, / ";:: '::' tat ion':facilities'by car and boat no the; farmers profits. ;Farmers should .
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j"" .I.t' agricultural, 1 section" Is" independent'', know what crops pay and what crops
.,'" The' .".-,, ,., a, ', b' 'lI 1.ii- Lt r if;;SCaEB aS8pHlH BSWiaUig5KriH6aKI/* prices' are" fixed to a,large. extent by I do not pay They should apply to a \
for "
Jeglstrabon books enrollment voter to
participate in the demand of the' cities and the their business of farming the meth-

d the November general election will be open at the office ,of the Registration great' consuming centers and our ils that are used in successful inanuacturing t

Officer at Kiuimmee from Monday August 5, 1918. until Oc-r home markets are open to invasion by plants-they should keep
the products of other sections where books with every department of the'arm .
tober 12th.
theydo things better. Farming to- work.A.certain.

lay is a business matter. what crop or producepay ?
: The precinct registration book will' be open in the several precincts Because our farmers have in ,the best in your section and then

from Monday, September 2, until Saturday, October 12. past failed to measure up good busi- boost those products and boost your
ness methods there have sprnug up section of the county as the best will win this war- 1
in.this country a class called middle. place on earth for those products. Do
All voters who desire to participate in the general election in November '
men who take it upon themselves to not be afraid to make a noise about
.r and who have not been properly registered heretofore, are, notified do the business the farmers should your products if you have products Nothing else really matters until we do!

that they must be registered during these dates. The removal do, and these handlers have- year by of the right quality.The .
year taken more and more fr.m the U. S. Department of Agriculture -
c: from one precinct to another since registering will require changing farmer and from the consumer of the Washington, D. C., will send'ree J r

the records. in this, office. accordingly. farmer's products in retprn for unproductive on application bulletins giving-
services rendered. Farmers Information about keeping farm ac'

by combining their resources counts. .
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Edwin L. Henderson, Shady Grove, urove's Tasteless chill Tonic

i SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, southern part of Madison county, mum vitality and energy by purifylof add enrlchlnf -'
gave $10.65 for a Duroc Gilt in the the blood. You ceo MOO fool iu Scrcottbeolnf. -

., Kmimmee, Florida.jetter.Crops. spring of917. Last spring she far- UvlgoritlD Kftect. Price eoc.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOtOOOOOOOOOOO. The Flavor Lasts
rowed 11 pigs and raised 10. When

the pigs were 12 weeks old he sold 8 TICKS AND DROUGIIT 4
1r for $132 and has two gilts besides the <
sow for which he refused $100. Ed- There is only one important '
win is 17 old. difference between ticks and i. 4 _
years drought in a cattle country- -- _- R.L__--
Man can ret rid of ticks, but <
,A war saver is a life saner only rain will help a drought. r ,
Otherwise ticks and drought
both mean thin cattle and dead One
KNOCKS OUT PAIN cattle. I cup or three sI" _
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of With a drought, the grass>
Heavy class
yields high products
are necessary
isn't there to eat. With ticks V
to bring a big,net profit to the rower. The THE FIRST ROUND *the grass :s there, but the ticks I
banner record for such results. has been held for get a large part of it. NoharminI
No pasture on earth can feed I.
the last quarter-century by \ ticks and cattle effectively at 4* I"
relief from
Comforting pain
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the same time. <
makes Sloan the DIP THAT TICK! oCt 1 1O

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i Special advice gladly given. suffers other external from, enjoys twinges its that great humanity sales rig'' for .such animals' POSTUMI I i

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f tring speedy, comforting relief.Always *
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to jmararaoifhoWrubbiagandproduceve.ult. : The peanut is proving a good money I C on-fcair c? .-
Mfrs._ ,Ideal Fertffiien + .. dean, refreshing.. At all drug crop. Prepare this fall for nextyear's ,_ 8':
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY {(SEPTEMBER IS, 1.1S SEVEN
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.'. B. Crawford te JarraD a. GIMIt That Dies lid AftIct 1M lies/ ,

ARE .....ol ate toale BB4 lacatto ..-.LAXATlVKBKOMOOUin .-
CRAWFORD A JARRELL NAMES ,OF MEN WHO INS Is better u.o......."
QBlBia* and doa Bat cBB* BSMOBSBSSS Mf
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ATTORNEYS-AT- riBrlBB In..*... inmiilm Uw tall .._KBd
Offices 4, 5, e, and 7 CitUeni ,took far Ita ttfumtan H.. W. OKOVJb ... Osceola Hardware Co M

; Bank BuildingKlsslmmee Florida ON OUR COUNTY HONOR ROLL Backup those who are offering I,

l' their all-Buy! War Savings' Stamp ,

'' .. ... Located on
DR. W. W. CARSON ,
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DENTIST The names herein printed are the R. W. Meiklejohn- Major British\ LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTSNOTICE BUSIEST COINER .

Office onesPillsy Building ramea so far handed in to be placed Army. r
OfTlee Hears: S-11. 1__ Tom Miller: !
county's Roll of Honor. This
en our
.ai..-phoBe 1(1 Residence 'PaeBi M Jim Miller. Staled bid will 1>. roeoivad by hu
i Qua AAmlnUtered, for Kxtra.eU .< litt include the drafted men, ani all Cal ,McCaughan, 1st. Lieut., B (Company Board of County Teetk the volunteers whoM names could I>e 124th Infantry. c..,Ia County up to ten ..C\.>I-K .. ti .
October II lg, conxlrurlK of
7th. on
gotten in a short apace of time. James Harry McGruder.Lee wooden brldg-o acro. Jan U.n CHAPTER I
LEWIS O'BRTANATTORNEYATLAW McLean, Sergeant B Company swamp For any Information ""lI'a'd.
The co-operation of all the pim,:is 124th Infantry. Ing construction of salt bridge, eeo 'Twas midnight in Florida. Number 82

hitertsted in having this 1I.t' 'cow-: Paul McKee. .1.L Ovfr bid..to tret b., mailed Cl rk. to J. U Cver. ': had just pulled out for the North, and the cat'c'I ,
pieta \\n earnestly desired. Tyco McAllister fist cook, B Co., street a. Clerk of Board.

WarinaBnildinc.. TVase'' send in any other namesand 124th Infantry, Camp Wheeler. Clerk Boarduof.J. County U OVERSTREKT.Commissioner. ilshlnLakeTohopokaligawerefantiingthem- "

addresses and as nearly as possible Geo. W. McGowan let Sgt. B Co., Oiceola, County. Florida.AN selves after a day of delirous happiness. As "
rat ,jBbnatoa ? 0..P: OarroM or' enlistment; 124th Wheeler.
date 'of draft Infantry/Camp
ORD1NANCR.
JOHNSTON GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW which should be added. We want the Kenneth McPherson, Sergeant, Q. M. An ordinance to the Amend Use "An of Water Ordinance the town clock chimed the holy hour of midnight : 1

list ,to be moat complete. This can be C.. Unit No. 2. A. E. F. and Light.Relating In the City of Klanlmmee. Heinle Von Tuff lay sleeping. To tell '4
Jessie J. the
Florida and
Moody. Regulating Payment
Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Baal accomplished only with your help. Earl R. Morrow. Therefor and ProvMlnir' the Method the truth he was more .than sleeping, 'for the ,
Building These names should be sent to Miss of Furnlahlnfr such Water and Lights
Gordon McKee.
Klaalmmee., Fla.CARSOX Helen Bass, who has charge' of 'com: Jesse Myers. to the Water CltUen and Light and' 'for Bill the." Collectionof perfumed breeze bore: certain sounds; soft 1

,, piling the list. The lint will be pub Walter J. Nelson.' City. Ba'of It ordained Klsalmmce by,the that Council the "Ordi of the and low' at first, then much louder. "Pur-r-r,

Imbed'each week until complete Clyde Nelson. ., fiance Relating to the Ue of Water
: Lawrence Nettles. and L.lwht In the City 'of Kllmmv, Bur-r-r-RH, Bur- -r-r-ORKI! Ach Hlmmel! .
When this is accomplished, tho Girls'Patriotic 2nd''' Lieut. 124th Florida, be Amended to read a* ""fol

: G .FIIRJIIER. League hopes to be able to EdwardNewton Infantry.. low Soctloa:" 1. That lievlnnlnir upon and Heinle was dreaming. 'He saw before him :..

secure a service flag for the county Frank 0 Berry Headquarters Company including the lit day of September, a big building 'and spelled out the words ;
A. ll. 1818, all water and lights furnished ,
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and the city, with-our full number of 124th.Infantry, to the cltKen of Klmilmmee,
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stars thereon. Roy O'Berry whether Individual flrmaor corporation O-S-C-E-0-L-A H-A-R-D-W-A-R-E C-O. On the ,
CharlesO'Berry.. *. shall be paid for according I to
SELLS I Do not wait-but send the namee Earnest O'Berry.R. the amount used such amount to beascertained inside he saw the great array of Furniture'

__ in at once-that they may be on the E. Overall.H. light meters,by at mean the following of water' rates and:: ; and House Furnishings of all kinds: Dressers -
list as it is published next week.. : R. Overall, Jr. A flat rate of U cent per thousand
Fire Life Accident and James Oliver. (1000) gallons used for all water used Beds ,Mattresses
Tables
Chairs
Irrespective of the amount with a Rockers r
Parker.
Aldermen 1st Lieut. Albert W. ; minimum charge of One Dollar per
Health, Plate Glass. Lia- DeWilton Sgt. J. Wadley Parker, Base Hospital. month, meter t6 ba read monthly. Queensware, Japanese Cups and Saucers '
Alen E. Armstrong Her. 2., A Deposit of Two DOllar.
bility and Boiler Insurance. T6m Arnold. .No. 43. A. E. F., A, P. O. 746. and Fifty Cents (11.60): will before be requlr. Table Sliver, and a big stock of Stoves -
ed of all user of water same
Rudolph Afthton. 1st Lieut.Geo. E. Parker, Camp will be furnished which deposit will Cooking Utensils in Iron Aluminum Enameled Y
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Legal Bonds Executed W. J. Ashton, Sgt.. Co. B., 124th Sevier, S. C. be refunded to Uch\ user upon the discontinuance ._ =

Infantry Camp Wheeler. Lewis, Perry, mechanic, B Co. 124th amount a. may of the-be due-water the less city such for Ware; In the midst of it all he dreamed -

Same'Day Needed. Clarence Bailey.'' Infantry, Camp Wheeler. water. All of the meter city to and-be put to be'In owned at theexpense that he saw Katrina, his sweetheart, in t

Elmer E.' F. -Baker. Nathan D. Parsons.Jos. by and remain the property. of the
y Josh Barber, 2nd Lieut., B Company. Raymond Peterson. city cents the cozy. home they were soon to have, and
124th Infantry. Sir. S. A flat rate of 10 per
OFFICE: Stall Baik Bnlldii? Wm. Claudius Barber. Roy Sam Prentis.Prather. kilowatt for light for or all other electric purposes current, with:" used a all furnished from the Big Store on the corner1 _' '

Dan M.Barber.Clarence minimum' charge' of One Dollar per
Joe Prevail.Jennings
that has meant so much to the home-
Motor
Millard Barber. month meter to be read monthly. ,
Prevatt. b.. the above rate
I may operated at
Jim Everette Barber. Horace Padgett. or at the rate of One Dollar and Twen makers of Osceola county. The dream made
THOMPSON Walter Lester Barclay. ty-Five Cents per horse power per
J. W. Fred Phipps.
month at the option of the ur. but tlienIJ .
Neil Bartlett. i Toney' Regero. Dollar. Heinle very happy, just - - :
of Ten
Sec.4. A Deposit
D U. S. Naval ,
Howard Bass, Co. Garfield Reagan. (UO.OO) will be required of all user
(, Funeral DirectorAND Training Camp, Ky' West. I Edd. C. Roberta, first class Ser electricity nished. which,. before deposit same will will be refunded be fur- 'IJ) (Story Continued Next Week)

Albert E. Bearden. peant, in the Utility Branch, Regular to such user upon the discontinuanceof \. "
Raymond Bearden.Ira I the electric current, less such saw
Beat B Company 124th Inf. Army.. amount-* may be due the city forelectricity. : ,
Nelson Russell. All meter to be Installedand -
Otto Bleech. I owned by the city or acquired by -
Sackett.
LICENSED EMBALMER James Booth. Clifford II. the city If akready Installed by the
i UNIVERSITY FLORIDA FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE
.
Theodore Bowen. Bob Smith. user or ueera. ...
"" bills for both water and FOR WOMEN -
Dozier Smith. 8..0. 5 All Oal..II.
Eugene C. Bryan Capt., Headquarters payable monthly, and Otsfe... 'I
Store' and Chapel Btowan.Ay. Earl E. Schofield. re: I'lraat Military TralBlB Vader Arasr Tallahassee
Gordon.
within
In full ten
Co.. Camp same paid
J. C. Schmidt. of Courses In Arts and Science, Agri (It Student! from tt Florida Counties
bill
Nathan Bryan. days after presentation or culture Chemical. Cirl I(. Electrical. and 17 Btate ItlT-lt. Total ill
11:11....... Via such bill
or
after
Alfred Guy Shaub. within ten day '
Dave Bry.n.Guy and and Mechanical Engineering> Law, Including 8umm.r School and Short
G. M. Shearhouse, Jr. T W bill are mailed by the water and the Teachers' College. Courses .tt
the water
t Brown. Medical light collector Tuition' Free. Send for Catalog Write at one for Catalor.
Lieut.
Bob Bullock, Sergeant Engineers, A. J. Reserve W. Simpson. 1st electricity electricity as or the either case the may water be, maybe or A. A. MUBPHHBB.. Pr*.*.,..t. EDWARD CONHADI. i>saU-*> _'

: : M. TILLER E. F. J, Steed.Corps.W. r cut off, at the option of the city n________ fOltt.thenAmerica I "I
I
Joe Butler. without further notice, and the
Sam Story. amount of the unpaid bill or bill. deducted .
Estate Agency. I Eddie Campbell. Barney Story. from the deposit or deposit,
:.Real Lawrence Carr, Canadian Army in Willie Frank Sutton. and! the balance of the deposit, if any,
.
I France. refunded to the uer.Sec. '
Bob Sumner. '. In the event that: either the 7
Realty bought and sold. Marion B. Carson, Capt.. Elst. Regu Walter Sylvester. water or the electricity I. cut off for
'lars. A. E. F. Lawrence Alford Smith. non-payment of bill or bill., a chargeof
Houses rented.. Nathan B. Canon; Jr., Marines. One Dollar (11.00) will be made to Stren
Taxes paid and Titles refilled< Harper Casler. Robert Lee Spier. cut aame-ln again. In addition to the ie
" Nicholas Smith. payment of all indebtedness to the city
I lor DOD-rea deaia.! H. C. Cathcart. Robert A. Terry. for light and water, and the paymentof _
". ,' Marion Chandler. the above mentioned deposit, or .de. 0
Fire. Life and Accident: Insuranee. Coats. Walter Tracy. posits. aa the case may be.
Isaac Clifton Monroe Thomas. gee' 7. All ordinances or parts of
, _
: Ben Cobb. In conflict herewith arehereby
Will Mason Tiller, Corporal- Company ordinances i

t Indemnity Bonds, Chas. A. Cobb. |II f'. 124th Infantry.Ben Passed repealed.in open .session by unanimous
Russell Cole.. .
.. .... ................. .. Earl Cowger. Ralph'Tindall.Turner. A. D 1918.vote this .lIt II day of August',

i John Orville Cowger.. :',' AI I '. ,<, "' W. T. .Turner, M...., Sgt., ;B Co.. ,',.(SEAL' ) President:. T. of H. the LAWSON Council. ,,':' -:\.',:.'" .
. P. G. Cromartie. 'f}. 'ri.! '
: ; i '\I.
124th Whe l r/M "r J..R. GILBERT Clerk '
Infantry'Camp i '
'
, I .
Arthur Owen Crosby. 1 ,, I Approved/ this XOth day of August
' ouR "eATS Marvin Driggers mechanic!,*B Co.,, James Spencer TYlIOn: ate\'' :i .A-.D.K.UU" '. l; Booze Industry Blights:. .{ .'
1 .; Frank Vana-iAgnew.'sCapt.V*British i."C JOHN CADEIV HaJ'or."eTICIII .
( :(,: ARe weLL... KEPT '. .: 124th Infantry ; Camp Wheeler*"" :;> < Army in"German'Prison'Camp.1"! . .
dson.tlb
-' .
ev Ami J. Ds Perry Van Natta. TO CMHDITORS.In
tiun/teRSACtPT: e'' T. E. ,Duke OtxrpCo- B., 124th Leroy Vandenburgh. Court of the County Judge Osceol
: County. State of FloridIn re Estate -
I Infantry, Camp'Wheeler.. Bemory Whidden. of John H. Lea Other Industries Build
Ward Estey.< John Wilder. To all Creditor. Lea-atees, Distribu
i and all having claimsor
Wilson. tees persona
. M Weyman Potter.Ev.n.. Rufus demand against said estate
Robert Evans., John Woodall. and each of hereby no I'
s r fit J. M. Eyclee.himer. Robert Woodall. ul.o.u and loo.r.present any There- difference between the liquor industry arrd d
one
! Marion A. Farmer. lit Lieut, A S., Will J. Westervelt, in France.Dr. claim of and demand have which against you' the or estate either - supreme ,

S. R. C., A. E. F. S. Li'Wheatley.Francis o( John you may M. Lee deceased, late of the average industry in this country-the liquor industry takes useful {:;
E. L. Fennell.Ira A. Williams. Osceola' County Florida, to the under-
, A BUTCHER WHO Ferguson. C. Williams. signed Executrix of said estate withintwo raw materials and convert them into a wone than useless commodity<
Harry year from the date hereef. "
Conway G. Firkin. Bryant Yates.." Dated July 81st. A. D. 1918. ,
KNOWS JUS BUSINESSis consuming immenie amount of while the industry
an
Srg. Will Fertenbury. B Co.," 124th I4-tt DORA S. LEE! Executrix.NOTICE energy average

in charge of this market.. Hpurchases Infantry Camp Wheeler. Colored Men In the Service. OF ADMIJOIIIITR"'TOn-FOR! takes practically useless raw-III.leri.11 and converts them into'hishl1 f

Leon Battlo, Dix N. J. FINAL,.DISCItAROK.In ;
Camp ,
only the finest meat Francis French.
Court of Judge, State of useful products comparatively small expenditure of
Frank, Allen Causing. Will Byrd, damp Dix, N. J. County at a energy
Estate
and handles them in a manner Florida Osceola County.-In re
r Hugh S. Geiger Capt. Medical Reserve Henry Brown, Camp Dix, N. J. of D. C. Lee. 4'
that insures their freshness when Corps, Camp Johnston, Fla. Joe Brown, Camp Johnston, Fla. Notice la hereby given to all whom It -,
x you welcome them to your home. Milford George. William Cromedy. may February concern, A. that on I the shall 4th day of to Scarcely any of the raw material which go into the manufacture

, Our unfailing courtesy. and honest William Goldaton. James Cromartie. Devons Mais. the i.DT.I'M: of Probate, Judge, for of of beer wine and whiskey but what might be used to incr are life and R
, Glen Gore. Grant Cooper, Camp aid Court, aa Judge my .
methods appeal to folks who be' B Oscar Cook in France.Ed final discharge a* Administratrix of the
Sergeant. Company, ,
Roy Graves and that health. .
estate of D. C. Lee, deceased
lieve in getting their money'aworth 124th Infa ntry. ,Davin Camp Dix, N. J. at the same time I will present to said
of quality goods. Clarence Hatch. General }dy, Camp Dix N. J. Court my final accounts as Administratrix .

Bradley Harris. Willie .Evans, Camp Johnston- Fla. of.said estate and ask for theirsp.proval. Nature made! tlese material bio food, bat the liquor atom eo.Tert-

James Harvey. Arthur Howard Earst, Camp John Dated July ZCth. A. D. 111$. -. ,
Everette Hansell!, ston, Fla. FLORA B. LEE] Admlnl.tratrlLlIl..m8mo ed them into poison. Instead of being a blessing to manktad, they
George Harmon. Thomas Everson.
Market death and degradation wlen the liquor men are through with
City E. H. Hedrick.L. Will Fuller. NOTICE TO OKKUITOHS.IB cans
Green. toe Cosirt f the .V...ty Judge, '
E. Hedrick. Reuben a
Os>...* l-smty. ebte of ......1.... 'th .... .
Manuel Gaddins.
Grover H. Henry.W. !. Re Katate *f Henry C. B._....
E. Hettinger. Dan Howard. To .. persons having !. .
teeall
.NNN.ON' ._............. Harry Hubert Hildebrandt.Emory Hoellenbeck. Eugene Earnest Howard.Hart. or Demand and all against said Estate Claim.: .. And the curioui thing i i. that it require more capital to produce
hereby
You and each of 'yeu. are
James M. Huffman. Johnnie James. notified and required to present any these potions than is required to produce tome of the most useful article
Milton Alonzo Hughy. David James. claims and demands which you or

jj c. w. GRIFFIN Alfred W.. Ivey. Palmer Jennings. estate either of of Henry youmay C. Brook.deceased have against' the, which minister to the comfort of the people--four time a* much

Lester Ivey. Elliott Lesesne. late of Osceola County. Florida,, to the -
Lee Jarrell! Capt. B Company, 124th Nathaniel Lesesne. undersigned Executrix ef said estate, according: to the census figure, 't'
within two year from the date hereof.Dated
< > Staple and Fancy'.GROCERIES Cyrus Lee.
Infantry. August !$.' A. D. 1118. '
Arthur Jarre.ll. Willam Mack,Jr. CATHARINE BRoOKS.
George B. Jefferies. Oscar Mack. "-lit. Executrix. Men take tree from the virgin forests, ore from the heart of the ".

11 i Harry Clinton Newell Jefferies.Jennesa. John Charles Plummer.Alexander .Roberson. NOTICE FOR-PUBLICATION. earth tone from their qu.rriea--all, of which in their natural r' tate"are. .'::

Harry 'H. Johrtson. Harry Roberts. Depart.*. .f the iBterlor. V. S. IBoraee v > .
1 Free Delivery: to all Parts Ernest B. Jeffers. Clarence Robinson. 1.1LNotice* at OalBcarllle. Kla, ABST 1O, practically uiele**-and through their, energy and ingenuity.,they, build

2 the Fred Jenkins, British Royal Flying Henry Scott. Is hereby given that ThomasA. cities. house and home -
of City: Corps. Martin Rufus Silas. Fore, of Orange Center. Fla., who
Henry Cooper Johns. Elmer Wright Silas. on September 18. l ll. made. Homestead -

... ....................... Pitt Johns. Naval.Reserve. Oscar Henry Whitehead.Simmons: 8B:%. Entry.Section No.t 11.014 Township ll. for NEVi 14 of S, Men Me the wast material of bdostry a.sl bold Mt e>-tier

Clarence .Johnson, Gunner,, Range 17 E, dlan. ha. .
Mitchell Walker. nied notice of Intention establish to claimto makeThreeyear fame and fortune lor tBemselres, and for the people they create'the
Whitten. Proof to

Ask Your Grocer Sheldon Lacy Earl Johnson.Johnson. .Stanley Henry Washington.Henry Clerk the Circuit land above Court,.described at *. b.for.1 very necessities of Kf -wherea*the liquor men consumed the deiced

James Weathers. i i SOth day of
.
Joe John.ton.Robert Pla. on the
Johns. 'Jacob Wheeler. 1119. material*- owa-aad leave in their wake distress and deaths
.lmant- names aa wltnees Ther.on
Charles Kenton. Fletcher McWhite. Center Fla.. V
H. Keen of Orange;
Supply Co. Q. M. C., William Napolian Zanders.. keen, Center. -
of
Loyal L. Lane Ernest H.
Mange Center, II LeIin.IIaat the traffic .in Alcohol.
CHEEKNEAisCOFFEES : 307 A. E. F., France. Fla- Ira EJ. Keen, u.hmarU.t.it.
01
F1&., W. .W. Allen
Joseph Elmer'Levi.-David Lawe. l Indigestion. -ROBT W DAVIS..Reslater.Strong i 'do*. :smore.ham than'g.ed-; HELP STOP ITI!

Burma Levi.L. weeks, I used.. bottleof "' *
"A few ago i
P. Lucas. Chamberlain's Tablets when I was 11M 'Withstand. tb. Heat of America CampaignThis
Strengthen :
the Weak'
Embry< LaMartin. bad spell of lDdil'' .tio Summer Better Than
having a
Charles Dan Lock./ : sad rwsaW
04 pop1.; ..... are feeble polls
W. T. Maldnson. 1st.Ltent, A._ E. F, These tablets strengthened stoma Nbwed..e.e.bMd. to .,
Who aN week.will be stre prepared boa the National Campaign eo.
.. ( adyertitcmtnt wa, r
; I Nelon .Maldnson. -tooecI: system general irf by .fcEicSovrSTASTELISSclimTONia ,. ;;
ach and -
:
-.t: By Every ,1M9 up:'my '
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I It ..... -CharIelSteIzle.
f Clifford MacAfee.Private . : j'h.y.are to take and molt ( unittee, b> ..
ly. easy ,
'
whoU
oversea. asa earless*tke blood and balM*BP tfc* ysteta. -
Matheney
effectual," writes Mrs. D. S. Dart, Yoa caa aooa fcel its Boesth nln<,,Uvtsar- .
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i
chflls' Ellsworth H. Madison. Skaneatele* N. Y ....E tct. 11Io.
cures and fsrer. 52-lCt ,
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.. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 13, 1918SCHOOL

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: Don't forget that the Dollar,.Li it.is.t1 adq.uarters.for '


j .S"U-PPLI'ES everything ',you need in School Supplies '


: DOLLAR LIMIT STORE.

Q. W. P.ReON.OOMPANY. Proprietor. 61
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Monday from Colorado, where he has
'een spending the summer,

Don't Forget, To Go ToFloyd's I. II. Cellars left on Wednesday for ANNOUNCEMENT "
,
avenport, Fla., for a few days va
cation.E. ..
Cash E. Mallory, who has been summering : 'I have recently made connection as County representative of the E. A.
at Syracuse, Ohio arrived .Strout Farm Agency lnct New York the oldest and largest Real Estate Agency, {
here Saturday night. doing business in many states for a, number of years. ,

Mrs. G. A. Bleech.spent a few days The facilities of this Company are such as to make it the beat channel. for r

last' week' with Mrs.Kothwell at.Lake quick sales; we will be glad to list your property. ". ". i

Grocery Gentry.Mr. and Mrs. McLain who has been Correspondence with any one who may be interested in the purchase' of +

spending the summer with relatives Florida property is invited; exchanges: may also be effected through 'this agency.

For Your Groceries and Fresh Meat it Akron, Ohio, arrived here on Sat. All inquiries will receive prompt. attention. '

urday morning. As evidence of the fact that Osceola: County is progressive our County ... *
..
.. Mrs Melissa"Barrett, who has been Commissioners have recently authorized the distribution of our local newspapers: .... 1f
? visiting her- sisters Mrs.: Ollie Harris for a limited time;this will give you valuable information. If you are interested
We carry a full line of Fancy. and Miss Mittie May Harris, left on ,write me and I will submit your name for the mailing list.

Sunday for her northern home. In addition to the above, having retired 'from the Fire Insurance .:j
and Groceries and Miss Eva: Marshall:: l left on Tuesdayto reliable .
Family business, I still represent the old New York Life I Insurance Company and
} ., visit relatives in Portageville( Mo., the"accident and health Insurance Department of the Ocean Accident & Guaran..
you will find'our delivery -. but expects to return here this fall. tee Corporation. Both of these companies are of the highest character: and business ,
Mrs.1; Harry Goff .left Wednesdayfor '
of this nature will receive careful attention. !
service St. Petersburg, where she will! -
.
% prompt teach in one of the schools. D. G. WAGNER "

and Prof. Bullard and family, who have
' efficient. been visiting friends and relatives at Telephone No. 3) 2d Floor Citizens Bank Building KISSIMMEE FLORIDA, ,

,- Savannah and Augusta, Ga., arrived
GET OUR PRICES ON FEED here Tuesday to be adyror the '
.
I opening of school on Monday --- --- --'---'-- -- -
,' Mrs. J. K. Conn and two children ARE KISSIMMEE WOMEN as
Phone 176We who have been spending the summer "SLACKERS?"

at Point Marion, Pa.,. arrived, home Attention has been called time and
deliver inside the city. We appreciate ,your orders Wednesday. DIM in of the manly wonderful things

.. the Red Cross does for the winningof ;
,, tho war. These' things are done! bj
ORANGE CENTEROrange I the combined, efforts of many thousands -
of persona. The In which
Center loses of its be.t' way
\ one
St. Cloud DepartmentNEWS and most highly eeteemed citizensin these thousands help are many-some \
through their ability to -organizesome E
the death of Mr. James Jackson
through their aid in the great
Keen, who died on September 4th, at
drive for funds-but the biggest
AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY"_ his residence at Orange Center. H possible help to the Red Cross is the
k lie was born at Lake Ctty,"Florida I ,
'" BY OUR REGULAR untiring work of'the women all over
CORRESPONDENT June 10, 1859, but had been a residentof
the land v:ho p'o their time and energy
this section for lumber of
:years.
LIB I by spending 'countless hours
The convention of the Army and Mr. and :Mrs. G. II. Austin. of Fells He had suffered with asthma since 'making the necessary surgical dressing r
f Navy Union, and the Elsie B. McEl- I'olntrwere in pur city shopping Sat- he was about ,nine years of age, and and hospital supplies. ToonAich ,
roy Auxiliary, is being held at Atlan- uiflay. "" of late' his sufferings had been intense emphasis cannot fee placed on this.

tic.City,N. J., from thefthto14thof Mrs. C. D. Dyal and baby, who have and almost without cessation. And the woman who gives her timeat
September. Rev. J. ,B. Westcotf is been visiting friends in the north, arrived He was :of a cheery disposition, and a sacrifice to her local chapter of
'delegate from the St. Cloud Garrison here Wednesday evening. Mr. with all his sufferings he bore them the Red Cross does far more than the

and Mrs. Westcott is delegate from. and Mrs. Dyal will be located on patiently. woman who simply y. that her time
the St. Cloud Auxiliary.Mle4'OigaBowen . Pennsylvania avenue, near Sixth St. He leaves a wife, five sons and two does not allow.It ,

: leaves this week Mrs. Lula Atwood, who has been daughters, all of whom were presentat hurts for any one to be called a
for DeLand, where! she is attending spending her vacation hero with her the' burial. lie was a good citizen "slacker," but that very undesirablename

school. parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'G. F. Arrow- and neighbor; a kind affectionate is facing the women of Kissimmee 2".
''' : ,The Loyal Woman's Class will meet smith, left on Wednesday for St. husband and father and a friend to unless they 'respond to the call
In the Christian church Friday after- Petersburg, where she is a teacherin. all, and will be greatly missed by all of their local chapter.
s t, ''iioon to qailt.. of the who knew him.
one schools. She was ac- Did you know that there
The Loyal Daughters. Class will mpanied by her two sons, Newell Mr.. and Mrs. Warren Frace of Kis- handful of persons who work were in onlya the ...;t..

y meet on Friday afternoon at the and Richard. timmee have been spending the past surgical! dressings room of the Red ,,
home; of Mrs. Paschal Strode.., pn I Miss Bonnie Ricketts, who has been few days with their parents; ,Mr. and Cross D* you know that these
Massachusetts,avenue, her vacation here Mrs. J. E. Maddox.
spending left
on rooms are only three
open days' a Sergt. Arthur Guy Emner in Vitagraph'a master production
Mrs. Agnes Burman left on Tuesday -
Mr. and Mrs. Deschnert
Theodore Thursday for Tampa, where. she is "
*
h 'veek--not full days,all of them either "
home Friday evening after training for a nurse, in the Gordon morning for Pennsylvania, ex-. _. ? These days M. P.N..M Over. the-1op.
pending the. summer' at Johnson Keller Hospital. pecting to return in a short time. are Wedi.esdayMowing

City, Tenn., and ,Vintori, Iowa. Mr. Aurora M. Edwards and Mr. and Mrs: Ivon Roberts were enthe day, Thursday Friday.! mCmingand On these day the With EM P E Y ( Himself)
Unsle the recent'guests: at the home( of Mr. ,
Josh1'Ferguson wall a\(business small son, George Alfred,'arrived ' there is always the faithful few.
caller at Kksimmee and Mrs. Lester Flint / In Vitifcraph Marvelous Ptiotoplny "
on Monday Tuesday evening to visit her friend, Where are the others who should join ,
< afternoon.Mr. Mrs. James Boss and children were .
r Dr. M. B. 'Cushman. Mrs. -Edwards them? On Wednesday morning, Sep Empey's World Fatuous'Book
and Mrs.:Drawdy and Mrs.; A. is teacher expression in. Ruakin visitors at Orange Center: tember 11 there six
F E,. Bass, of Whittier, were' St.,. Cloud College, Florida. Mr. W. R. Kelly, who has been sick that a fair, representation were workers.of KLssim-Is The Greatest Production in the History of Motion Pictures. .
'
.visitors on Friday last Wm. Milar, :Rev. and Mrs. Frank for the past few weeks, died on Tuesday
.. John 'F. Daniels, who is engaged in Kenney, Mr. and Mrs. John Houston, morning. He was a native of nice save women the life doing of one the of their work own that lovedores may Here Is Your Chance to Get Into the fight Yourself.
shipyards at Jacksonville, arrived Mr. and Mrs. Penn and Mr. and Mrs. Florida, and was nearing his 83rd
home Sunday evening fo; a few days McKay, went by auto on Thursdayto year. lie leaves a wife, two daughtersand in'the great war? Is it fair tit AU of f M can't re te tie firing line, but tie Barrel ef motion pictures Bakes itpossible
rest, as he has not been very well. Lake Gentry, where the day was several grand children; lie was chapter Kissimmee has to say that six the workers Kissimaiee' for all ef us U be with ear boys in spirit and te share their tkrills and
only at '
The Elsie P. McElroy Auxiliary spent Ashing.Mrs. interred in the Orange Center cemetery alice lights with the. ._,
in the
met on ,Monday afternoon in Moose Coble, and grand daughter, that number rooms could, where work many times Empev's "Over tb.Top" is being read by the millions because it is the most
:3111,. and made plans for a Hallo- Alma, moved on Wednesday from This section was visited by a without human documeut ever written by a r lati., .... How mack greater even is
__'en social to be held.on the afternoon their home on Massachusetts avenue heavy rain and farmers are all re- crowding Did : know that the fear opportunity to see die living, breathing paces of ibis greatest of all trench
of October 1st. and the lake front, to Maryland ave. joicing. The cotton, rice and sweet you is allotmentfur stories brought ate action by the the motion picture camera.
May not completed And did
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reynolds are Mr. James Leman, from Cincinnati, potato, crops are'looking. fine in this you realize that ,this lj: Septea-bor< ? Come en, all loyal American*.-.kere cksnce...get into the fight with
now pleasantly located in .the Conn arrived Monday evening and expect. I section. TLese faithful few nl&Y work from Empey kimself. Vita an," has spared noting in making "Over the Top" tke
building; to locate here.. now until Christmas with all possible tremendous production the subject richly deserves.
Miss Katherine Goff and cousin, Mr, and Mrs. Henry Grimes, who I In one week War Savings Stampsere zeal, but still be several month be- Lois Meriditk James Morrison ..d. host of other screen favorites make ,.,
Isrgaret Hosington, will leave on have been 'visiting at Fort. Wayne, sold to residents in the Panama hind with their allotment.Did an all-star cast in supporting the "Fighting Sergeant" Every modern innovation -
ftfonday., for Tallahassee, where they Ind., arrived home on Saturday. Canal Zone to the amount of 67.00 you know that the local. chap in motion picture making, vast numbers of actors and actresses many
'will attend school. I Dr. P. L. Barton arrived here on per capita. ; ter'. share of the last drive for funds hundreds of trained American soldiers and aviators*..all bare been assembledby

for the Red Cross was $625.00? Have Vitsgrapk for the making of "Over the Top."

, 'you any idea that six women can I As a photo.production alone, "Over the Top" is a"supreme achievement but
make all the material into garments' in addition it is one of the most thrilling, intensely dramatic deeply human.
and dressings that that money can I stories ever screened. .
I
buy? GFraWtone: : : Casino:
ti It has been estimated that there

u. at least 1,000 women in Kissim One Only---friday
; Day September 27th
mee vho should be availabl. for work ,
'rdI in"the PRICES 25 & '50 x.
:Red Cross rooms. Is a fair CENTS
proportion of 1,000 as many as Six?
r u HOW MANY There are besides! the surgical
PEOPLE dressings, many hospital garments to those present, and not be on the Milif CHRISTIAN CHURCH

be made. These are dope in the sewing slackers.: 10:00-Sunday School.
department.. The efficient direct This IS YOUR BIT. WILL YOU 11:00-Sermon.

there are in this community that would eagerly open a Bank account tor of the work for women cannot do DO .IT?, 6:46-Y.,, P. S. C. E.
this alone, nor with the small handful 7:30--.Sermon. >
if they hut knew the convenience the accuracy and safety it provide .... who report for work. She should not MOTHERS-TEACHERS CLUB Prayer meeting (each Wednesday
even have to request attendance upon The Mothers-Teachers Club met at evening at 7:80.: I* A. S. each Thurs '-
for dandling all disbursement of money. this work. It should be a privUagefor the home of Mrs. J. E. Lupfer on Friday day.Junior

the women of this town to be a September 6th. C. E. each Friday at 9:00a. :
We are a big enough Bank to welcome a mail account and human is almost
a t part of the work of the great"Ameri Another Layette complete m. .

y t i ; enough to take a personal interest in every one of our depositor can National Red Cross." to''add to the umber'already Young Ladles' Circle ,meets each
h Did you know that an army I ie. sent.One second Sunday. ,
( welfare. said, by President Wilson 'to be as member told of having read C. W. B. meats the first Fridayin
V t. strong as its :Red Cross? Then, how that sometimes the mothers in Belgium each month. .
: --t s' $ Why don't you come in and meet our Officers strong would the army; of Kissimmee and France bring their babies to Church Board meets. first .Sunday
? St ega ez be, in this war to make the world safe the Red Cross wrapped only in paper, afternoon each month..

for democracy.Feel all the covering ,they have, so we can You are cordially,,invited ,,to. our. ,
the call for enlistment in this appreciate/what/ a blessing these Layettes .services.: .' -
Citizens Bank i 'work. Do not' let other towns in are. 31-tf. 'W. 'n. Coleman, Pastor.
4inl... ; WS.S.: : Florida' say that Kissimmee and Kh, It was decided that ,on alternate ..
:. simmea women are slackers, in that Fridays as many .. possible of the asa cum bilious fever 82-10t
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