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 27, 1918
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00874
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Officers. The work of the Kissimmee chap. FOURTH 'women have never been men ,of these will. be. Mr*. Wf, B.
Chairman-Mayor J. .S. .Cadel.. ter has 'gone steadily forward QUOTA. LIBERTLOAN- IS lacking in patriotism nor weak in Witherspoon Mrs.. A, Tress, Mn. W:.

Ylee-Prealdent-Mrs. B. B. Simp- through'' the warm menthe, and not ONE HUNDRED NINETY-TWO THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED their support of the war measures H. Coleman Mrs. J. Z. Roberson,

,,.,on.t one week of that time has the rooms DOLLARS. and with the approach the Fourth Miss Inca Carson, Miss Marion Port.
{ Treasurer...:.M. Kate. been closed. This does not .reflect Liberty ''Loan drive, the Woman' er, and Mr*. E. E. Wells.
Secretary-Mrs. E. E, Well. credit upon 'the Ktoimmee women In| (SIGNED) WARDLAW, CHAIRMAN. Comlttee-for'the county is marshalling The ladies believe in the truth of

Other members of the executive general, however, for the burden its forces for a decisive blow at the proverb I "Strike while the iron's
, t board.: this labor has fallen heavily: upon the the enemy. XMrs. hot" 'and will open the campaign
e rjjC. A. Carson,. A. E.. Donegan,Judge "faithful few." Help is especially C. ,.. Carson, Chairman .f the Fourth Liberty Loan drive for .. T..1. Burckhalter, county with a street meeting? tomorrow at

.+.t. "TT, Jt[. Murphy. needed in the surgical 'dressings' department Osceola county, ha J just received the above message fixing the quotaor chairman,, called a meeting of local l 3. o'clock, 'when short talks will be

Supervisor of Woman's Work, Mrs. and every woman is urgedto Osceola county for the new bead .issue at $192,300. .workers Tuesday afternoon at the made from the band stand. These

N. C. Bryan. arrange her duties .and pleasures Th. quota fixed for th. county during the Third Liberty Loan Hart Memorial building, to lay plans will be alternated with songs by the r
to enableher, to spend a few hours for an effective campaign. This atriotlc League and other features.
The American Red Cross is issuIng each week ln} making these suppliesfor drive was $74,000. The amount was largely oversubscribed, the total meeting war well, attended by rep- Later an. elaborate' pageant will

a call .to every chapter for cooperation our boys. Each person is asked : amount of bond bought from this connty being $112,300 The total :I resentative women who were eager b41 t held to stimulate Interest in the

In' the matter of nurses The to eupply an apron and head cover. Bomber of subscriber from the county wa 482 to'""do their best" in answer to the Liberty1' Loan and a house' to house

quota of nurses asked by tho govern. ing and .pair of scissors.! Knowledge A the Fourth iuue of these bonds i* to be $6,000,000,000 instead nation' call. canvas will be made to secure sub-

ment for the year closing January 1, of the work is not' necessary. of$3,000,000,000 issued the*last;time, it will become .necessaryfor Mr*. C. II. Summer. was appointed icriptionsr to the bonds. r
1919, is not nearly filled, and the time The in chr.rge of this department county chairman'''Mrs. A. A; Wem. To insure unity in the county work, r
lades tremendous effort forth reach this time.
be t
will rapidly draw to a close.; Plans be present and instruct the to pat oar' quota ple secretary; and Mrs. E. E., Wells, three can'looded with Liberty' Loan t

ale now. on foot to make' a nu iea' beginners. To do this would mean a much larger'; number of individual must publicity chairman for ,the county or. 'workers motored to' St. Cloud Wednesday -;; ,

1 I', 'I I. survey throughout the country to collect This -call for help' is urgent. Twenty bay, and those who'buy must buy' mere than heretofore if possible. ganization.;, to meet with Dr. Cushman '

.,t he names of All women who are 'women' are needed at''the work Reports tell n* that there are now' eighteen million bond holders The Liberty Loan work for KI. lid ,lIer committee tint city. In
trained This will Wednesday momin Four simmee'will be conducted by'committees the : Mrs. T. J.. Burckhal-. '
for nursing. likely room were ia the United States, which mean .doe person out of 'every six in party were; .
: be done through questionnaires: the present this week. Four women doT from the churches and from theWoman' .. A J Of
1: : work to'be caried.on through the the entire country.: While Osceola: cot: aty went ever the top during *' Home Guard!. The chair (Continued Fag. Eight).
the last drive to the amount. the safcscriber in the but .. rt
Southern, division. Continued on Page 4.) a* county were
'. :J' ......- 482. This wa about one person out, *f every ,twelve instead of. laV

' 'average of one oat f'fix for the 'entire enatry.: NEWSPAPER MEN RESOLVETO 4

f WHY Y. M. C. A. CANTEENS The committee: m charge of,the wjork will be active: and dififent.

and will try to see everybody and give them a chance to subscribe..

Let n* have at least twelve hundred subscriber* from Oceola: county BOOST, UNITED WAR FUND

1 i t HAVE CHARGED HIGH PRICES thi* time instead of 482. Let as''maintiia the 'food reputation of the

; county and subscribe! fall quota aked alth it appear t* be large. .'. .
-- ,Jacksonville, Fla..,, Sept. 17. great m..aethat we have received,

luncheori this 'date' "in which the that they may take equal pride in and
To the Editor:--Capt George M. tation, but sell at factory prices. T on ,
"So at first the 4Y prices were United War Workers for Florida and have' full understanding of this splendid -
t. Lynch inch Floridian, asks '
every spirit which. Is uniting Gentile
higher. And the boys paid.them and DISTRICT MEETING FLETCHER WANTS representative* of the newspapers,
you to help us in putting the "Y"Canteen and, Jew, Protestant'and Catholic,- In'
( right against charges made a have kick.come And back God to bless thfi'em country, they have with dally .and weekly, of Florida participated one mighty, world-revolutionising

by returned soldiers who'} do not un..deratald. a right\ ;to kick. UNITED WAR WORK LOAN AGENCY FOR committee of three 'were appointed work of love and service to mankind .
to draft and to the '
engendering co-operation, abolishing
i< "Now the government'' ''arranged 'i i newspaper.editors of Florida the following duplication of: effort '
it the 'Y"' its, ERS AT ORLANDO CATTLE
"The boys have made a kick so ean buy supplies j FLORIDA resolution without
: stinting the boy to whom
against the prices 'charged in 'Y. M. from the Quartermaster in 'France .... '
Re service and support are rendered,the
C. A. Canteen.< in France, and the and can sell. at the"same price' .over Klssimmee waa represented at' the Washington; D.'' Cv: 'Sept 16, 1918. > Listening to "the inspiring mesas- strong helping the weak promoting
'em to the wholesale price' in this .
boys, God bless have a right tht'lre. as \ "
I M. Since August 1,.the 'Y* can- (meeting of the United War Work ion} Duncan ,U. Fletcher, United gee delivered by Gypsy Smith''direct: lenity 'of spirit, largeness ,of mental ,i
CApt. George Lynch country '
kick ''
says this district State Senate Washington, D. C. from the trenches in- France, and byJ. and spiritual vision'and' *" national
Council for t which met
formerly of Arcadia where he was teen. have' been selling tobacco'aDd
Dear Senator-Your letter of Sep. MJ Clinton the representative of and individual charity of feeling that
of schools and In other articles to the boys'at the In Orlando 'Mr. and ,
superintendent now government Wednesday, by
temberi4th\ ; to the War'Finance CorJroUonNnrgine theforeign, work of the Y. M. Cv:.,A*, will prove' 'our 'greatest bulwark,
the "Y" service, having made several prices. The boost'and of handl- and,Mrs.',Gay Livnlgston. ,.'Mrs-. -j. W.rentis. .that.a, ..cattl* .loan ve...the ew.pap.r'edltor..of Florida against, the encroachment .f any future '-
trip. ,backhand forth in troop trans- ing h'se'been "eliminated; now > 'Mrs C. H. Summers, Miss agency;: b* established in the.'./State her. assembled, wish to --record' our *"deapoti.m'open rosin' Individual 'f .,
*" God bless 'emthe boys can get their
Inca Carson, Dr. W./B. Witherspoon of Florida-was read to the Board at profound amazement; at the wonderful liberty;, And be it.further '
Ert. the boys don't know" .ays due. A M. M. Javens,''Milton Pledger, and W. its meeting this morning. facts- disclosed by these men and Resolved That we' apprise every
didn't know the Her of the tobacco prhcee
are some
Lynch. They B. Harris.. I am directed to. acknowledge ur our' equally profound conviction that editor of a, Florida newspaper,
' V took over the canteens at the request in the "Y" canteens in France I The meeting waa'' called by E. G. letter 'and>'to..thank you, for calling the present tendency '
General and which, are now in effect and are much
;; of Pershing were Duckworth, district director, for the our 'attention to the situation in of moral and religious endeavor vietlon and of our purpose and Invite
not at first prepared to handle the cheaper than goods can-be-bolight for of discussing'plans. for the state. the allied :;"
purpose your among soldiers fightingthe each one of them to Join us in. spreading -
Job-but they took it and did the best. retail in this country.. campaign hi soon to be launched The business at the two cattle loan wonderful battle for true' and universal this wonderful propagandaof
didn't know: Fatlmas, fifty centimes or about
they could. The boys, to raise fund for the seven organization agencies) established at Kansas City Christianity is one of if not universal love charity and benevolence. '
t the 'r had to buy its supplies !in this i eight, cents; Camels,."Ihlrty-fivo\ centimes ', '
now engaged in welfare. and Dallas would not, at this time indicate the most wonderful developments of (Signed) ,
had to (It to the term-! ,: or about six cents; Sweet Ca- ." '' ,
country ship ;'
work among the soldiers. that othrs were necessary the the epochal period through we are: FRANK B.: STONEMAN, v '
insured at tWenty' centimes, or- about :t
gals had to get it war poral,
I situation be followedby and.
Gay Livingston is chairman for will carefully struggling; we hereby Miami Herald.
rates, had to ship it to France, had to I three cents; Lucky Strikes, thirty sceola county, and will be in charge the Corporation; And if the business Reaoly..That we will return to our E. R. JONES, -
'1unload it had to ship it to the interior I centimes or about.five cents; Mu-
here. A, In'Florida.and to and devote editorial "> :
the campaign : county con- vicinity seems newspapers our DeSoto...CountyHews.. pia
of France; had to pay for handling rods, sixty-fire centimes; or' about held desirable to establish 'our,' beet:
vention' will b* some time between make it sin space and journalistic effort GILBERT D. LEACH. bLee.burg
.i inch of the eleven bents Star Cheering, thirty- .' '
every way. ; now and October 8, when a &pnc, there careful attention' will to convey to our reader the CommercialYOUR
i: didn't know the 'Y' five centimes, or about six cents. .
"Th boy Will ..
working organization be perfect be given t* the suggestions which e.
2{t Y;. had to pay for every nch of handling Prince Albert smoking, forty centimes ed for the county: you have'so kindly forward.U7arvery *
where the or about';'' Velvet,
1 and transportation government
Osceola county' quota of this fund truly SHERMAN ALLEN, '
centimes or' About five cents SPARE CLOTHING
'.1 t could take 1$ tft Hs own ex- thirty ; has been fixed at 115,985. Treasater.
.' cba'nf4In.\ Franc, on its own ship Bull twenty-five centimes, or about >I
and not one .cent to transpor four cents. ..,.
_ _charge_ u________ r.J GAZETTE' WORm-MANY'nMES. EUGENE BRYAN HAS
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Atlanta.Constitution - ...
,. t renewing his subscription to the The prints a -
", Gazette, Lieut. J. M. Huffman, whoIs list of twenty-three'captains, recently Every household in the land has gaudy coloring. Make the. gifts'prac"-.
y now fighting with the American promoted to:'be majors among some spare; clothing worn or out tical. .
ABSENT WITHOUT EXCUSE troops in France, makes the follow- whom appear tie name of Eugene grown of. little us* here, but desperately Garments seed not be in perfect

Ing appreciated comment: .C. Bryan,.son of Mr. and Mrs. N. C. needed by the destitute in Bel. (condition. A hundred thousand destitute -'' .r

Dear Mr. Harris;-Enclosed) ;you Bryan, of Klssimmee.' igium. This extract from a letter women in the occupied regions

; -- will .find $4.00 or its equivalent, in Major Bryan has been at the bead from a wel -t - At the regular' semi-weekly drill French money. Kindly renew my subscription of the intelligence department at shows the conditions exactly: y repairing! gift clothing and mak-
,I of the Osceola County Home Guards PROHIBITION NEXT JULY FOR to Sept. 21, 1919. Camp Gordon for several] months and 'ferhaps you will laugh when you ng'new' garment adapted '.ithe a

' i',. last Tuesday night, Lieut. Howa THE DURATION OF THE WAR TIi* Gazette I Is 'worth a great deal waa recently sent toWashington to hear that, I wear a cloak made from needs 'with which they are familiar. i

'.Katz, in the absence of Captain Lea- more than the subscription, price. deliver a series of lectures to other my husband's. garde civique overcoats Kissimmee chapter of the American -.

f ley announced that the Captain had National prohibition for the' duration Sometimes it coma: when there are men in that branch of the service. > taist made from his football shirt, Red Cross wants' to keep up'its

appointed the following noncommissioned of the war. effective July let no letters from home, and it 1 la like a H* has now been ordered to CampTravis and -a skirt made of a dyed bed sheet. end In this important work. ,

officers 1919 U now an assured fact, the letter. The wonderful support the ; Texas, where'' he will occupy Mother had 'a suit made of the table- Bring yorr' donr.tlon* -bring any-
t. ,' First Sergeant-Rosco nobc on. 'fir' .etotlvnd M.. have, cloaks made of thing which may be of us*. ''It is urgent
.. .; measure having been passed by both folks at home are giving the boys a similar position to"the one 1ae ;
Sergeants. S. Cadet, W. W.Car- the"United. .States) Senate and Con over here Ii an inspiration to us all. held at Camp Gordon. woolen blankets, and S. a dress made that this cAll b* answered and '1
eon,.J. E. Lupfer and Leroy Lesley. of burlap. But all this Is only amusing answered at once-
gress. Sincerely,
,. Corporals-G. C. Livingston, J. E. LIEUT. J. M. in comparison with the wretchedness In order that this call may be met, ?
, ; Brown, E. D.')Katz, W. E. Sanderson, GIRL SCOUTS ENTERTAIN 3rd Bn.HUFFMANN Hdqrs 4th.Inf.. H.. R. May. formerly;mayor of Kissimmee of population.. After all, we the girls of the Patriotic League will '
but who is
f now travelling
.. C. .H. Grantham. George Gardner and remain calm and confident' of vie- I keep the ,Red Cross room ,open on
.. 3 BOYS AT O'BRYAN HOME inspector of lumber for the government -
Bobert Page. > Saturday a. m., 'from 9 until 1130.
G. L. Sullivan of Boggy Creek, came home and spent last Sun .
"tteut. also stated that hereafter
t Katz A recent Brussels advertisement Be sure to bring your contribution
i The girl scouts entertained the boy.couta' pent Thursday in town. day .here with his family. '
all men late or absent from says: "I will give up to 125 francs so that the boxes'may be shipped atone
;;" drill without.bevina' been' excused at a surprise putt for' Miss r ($25) for 'new or .worn bed sheets." *. The week for this Is September -,

l will be courtmartialed fined.- Virginia Lesley, in honor of her There is an immediate need for ev- i 23rd to 30th. This is' your last, I
birthday-,- at the home of Mr. and '
, Mrs.' Lewis'O'Bryan last Friday even .. Notice .SubscribersWe ery sort of garment blankets, sheets chance. . ..
ing. Bbout forty boys and girls were WILL BEGIN SHIPPING v
Every WORK. FOR RED CROSS present. and all had a good-time., ages and both .sexes is .urgently CITRUS _FRUIT NEXT. WEEK

Kissimmee, cl.r.ter: A. R. C. recently mailed statement to all who were in arrears for subscription needed.: In addition, piece i'ood- .' ,
t2155The RECEPTION FOR NEW TEACHERS Howard Anderson carried some oranges
,! len alloted the following articles to the Gazette, and the response has been very gratifying. like warm canton flannel and other and Orlando this
"as its part of the Southern Div. Patrons and friends of the public kinds of' cloth 'from which tb -make !
but there -who have in their remittances and -
are some not yct tent to, week and had them tested as to their;
,; 1on'. 'qut of'allotment' :: 66 bath schools are cordially invited to attend garments for new born babies, tickingv t
? the** we wish to repeat what we said in our'mailed statements.The re.diness'fgr market. The fruit came:
I towe).. 'lhSS: ; 550 hand towels, 18x a reception to be given in honor of sheeting and blankets, woolen !
t 30; '82 .lhandker.=blef"48x18; 6 napkins the new, teacher on 'Friday evening; government ha ordered all weekly newspapers to cease mail- goods of any klnd->.-and shoes of every from a grove in the Partin settUrmant been '

14x14; 81 unbleached sheets; October .4tK; at -eight, o'clock, first ing their pubGutions'except to paid in advance subscriber',and we '.I*. are' ..ked.,for.' Scrap leather the crop on'which has Mr c.

64x120.: Donations will be received floor of .the main school building.' have no option but to obey. Therefore,' after>this issue thrDamd 4* needed, for repairing' footwear. purchased Anderson states by Grover that the Hupple.fruit passed

jtt the Graystona; Hotel ,Saturday .October A: silver offering will bf, taken.for of all persons who are in arrears and those who have been receiving Sine the.clothes will be subjectedto the government test, and the work of
4 tx>>'S 9 ; the benefit of, the teachers' 'LibertyBond the hardest kind of ,
6th . wear, only garment ,,
fund. the paper complimentary will be crated from our,,list. This doe not gathering and, packing will ,bgianext
'made of'atl'Ol1e 'and durable *
!, Rally Day will, b* observed at the settle 'any,amages which ';you owe, however and those who' have. not, material) should be sent. .It is .use- week.: ..

;f',: .'.Baptist; church.-Sunday.. *.9:45.: All, are. '' Bonds Build.Airplanes.: Buy. Liberty paid will) be expected to tend in remittance up'to date. less'to'offer: to any 'afflicted 'population' ,.Liberty'' Bonds or, .Liberty Bound,.,; ;'

.."..most', welcome... .Bonds. ., 'garment* ,of .flimsy,material or ,which will you have Itt''J tit

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Lanier John '' white. 416 Slnarletary. George Thomas.white(
S22 Owen
I particularly like about 104 tinier, Marlon Francis' white. *7 Hi in pk Ins, O. Thomas, colored. ,
LIST OF' REGISTRANTS FOR 107 Lanier Wlllouirhy Hardywhite.: 101 r"' '' -etary. Joseph' Kirkland..
214. Lanier, Raymond Vernon while. white. '
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is 219 Lamb Charley. Boxham white 81 Himon. Walter, colored.
162 Lasslter, Charles Oar, white. 76 Simmons Airustus colored. ,
118 Lane, Charles liascum, white,. 12A HlnKletary. Henry Richard white
its mild but thorough action on the bowels. I 111 Lang William Lewis, white.. 164 Silas, .Alexander white '
OSCEOLA COUNTY SEPT. 12 179 Lapont, Thomas :Xavier white. lit Sloan, Henry white. ',
;It has been helpful in relieving ninety 478 Lester,Clifford Joseph ....hlte.I see Smith Roy EII.worth. white
; very my I 1 681 Ledbett r. Frank Htscywhite.. 604 Smith James Henry\l1-"ttenr::
Ills Ledbetter. John Calvin white. 476 Smith, Theodore ,.,
ear-old son, who had been constipated sincea ,/Ilia/ Lee Robert Edward white, whit.,
Cornelloua. white 708 Noah white. '
The following\ is a list in alphabetical 115 Davis, Dock Nellson. whit. ,221 616 Lewter Llghtsey., Januck Henry Wilbur co,,red. flU -Smith Smith John Jefferson. white,

baby. . ) order of those who registered in 178 Dennis Albert Hees. white. 701 Lewis, Boston colored. 299 Small Fred colored.
193 DeWlse. Robert Bruce whit..
Alt I Lewis. William Brlcker white. Ill Smith Fred colored.
/From a I letter to Dr Caldwell written b\ this 'county, Thursday, September, 611 Dennlnir, Lewis Jerome, white. 8Z I Link Paul white. set Smith Heseklah white.
I Mr. C. E. fsar.y 51 Madison Street I 666 I." llardelaben. John colored.
471 .Llppencott. Charles Zeanous. 482. Rnyder Rodney Alexander white t
i '/ V Brooklyn, N Y. / 12th; Questionnaires have been mailed 61/1 DeRoo H.-nJAmln, white. white, 784 Somersett, James B., white..

to all\ .registrants between. the ages 4ul 340 Denis.( erfI'h :::. ';.et...., white. I OKA list Little Little Frank David colored. ., white. 188 468 Sparllns Hplnk. Harry, John Pearson Lewis white.white.

of 19 and 301: 74'i DuI'laln Charles Antonle. white., ISO Long, James Edwin white, ails Stevens, Akles ()folio 'white
16 Dibble, James Charles, white. I 156 Lowe. Arnold Washington white 640 Stokes Arthur white.
Dr Caldwell's'Syrup 509 Doneffan, Arthur Everett. ," white. Kin Long-well. Bert, white.66ft1 689 Stephens, Willie. Lewis, white
4H Doneuan" Chance white '- Loren. Hen Max, white.S6 /K42 !'Stewart William white.
IIa Adaina.Cllfrord/ Smart' white. 211 Donetran, John Robnrt white. Lupfer James Earl white.t 606 Steffee, George Orablel. white.
loi Akerman .Amos Tappan white 575 DHKwvrs\ Harley Hartrldg- 144 Lybrand Campton Kedrldffo, 647 Stewart, John' Thorns Wilson, ,
: Alford Alfred colored white white. white.
Pepsin 081 Allison Harry Sylvauun. whlta. 629 Dunn Peter colored. 4911 McAllister, Claude Bills: white. 714" Storv, Elmer, white -
1 181 Albrltton, Enoch M ,, ivh!'... 231 Drlirgers, Charley Hall White, 606 McClelland Fred white.. 729 Stephens. Lem white
171 AinenVllllam Isaac, white. fiOA Dyal.< Clayhorne, white, 467/ Mc1'Iellnhd..Ella.. while. 738 "Stephens. 10. H., while.
318 Alderman. ''Mora-mi white... 228 Durham I ewls Elmer, white. 400 McCranlc. John Jackson white, 401 Story Samuel. Daniel. white.
y The Perfect LaxativeSold IJ9' Alderman 1 : Hosea-Wells white 22i! Duunar! Charley Hartley while. 866 'McCutcheon. Larry, white. 186- Story' Joseph white. ,
876 Allen, James, colored.r. U 2 101 Hin. Charles Hrenard.. white. 146 McClelland. William Jennie, white 806 Stevens Jullous colored.
427 ..Alman (Jeor-ge Henry white. (122 lay I Edward white. 578 MacDonotigrh. Allen John, white. !84 Straug-hter ,Arthur. colored.
615 Allen WaynaKdwln..'' while. 898 ,1"1. Frank, Mllburn white. . 440 McDonald, Judson, colored. tilt --Story' Sum white.
., rt7/ Allen Oeorire, colored. 4X0 Kdwards, Virgil W4'.lo1. white. 369 McDonald,' Fred colored. 1100! story' Addle D., white,
by Druggists Everywhere (30 Alton, Dockcolored.. 71 Kuhnnk James M., white. 119 MclOwan Davlil Cralar. white.8X8 16 Sullivan. William Henry, white.
25 Allen, Fred,'' colored 711 Kubank Him L., white Mcdruder'John white. 19 Hummers, Charlie ]il -htower.white. .
|V 50 cts. (;S5); ) $1.00() B4B Amex, Frank Myron, ''''hlh'. SD7 lOvaiiB, Andrew Jackson, 'white. /849 Mediae, Klllott; colored. .- .
i (84( Amos Hurlon Weber, white. 727 Kubnnlt: Irf-roy It., whltn. 813 McOehee, William Joseph. white 17 Huhl. Herbert Porter, white '*%
93 Anthony Jullous, colored. 252-/ Hiibank: Walter. Knnla. white 128' McTJIll Ansnn Rudolph, white.,, 449 !'Summers Thomas Hood white.
189 Anderson Everettcolored.. X3 Emery, Jack .olor..d.m 741 Mclntonli., James, white, /685 Sullivan George Ollmore. white.
24S Arnold ,Martin, white, Kvnns: Robert Milton, whltV 623 McKay Harry. Kdward. while: 677 Summers, Carmelle. Hodges. Jr.. a
Free from opiates and.narcotic drugs and pleasant 147 William Howe $r. white. Kifirerton, Cornelius, O.white.. 20 111..1'..... Will Arthur,, white. white
(IK Afnold.,- Marian 1 I'n".I. w\>lte. 211 'Farmer, Levin Heuben, whlta.ii.1l 84 McLaughlin Jo'ro.ol.'hlt",. 430 Hulllvan, nenjamlnHarrison, 'col.6T1 .
to the taste it acts easily and naturally ;and 725 Charles C., wlilte. : KIIKOII. Willie BUS .ArrowHtnlth Walter Ausllnwhite 21 a,. Kails./ Oswald Uenjnmln white. /500 MclwiuKhlln', tlco. Thoman.,,.' white. 668 Sullivan, Percy, white. ,ti
restores normal regularity. A trial bottle can SOT Raleigh l ISnwne, white. 42S 1'0'/11)l'1I. Nathan colored. SD1 McLauffhlln Henry Howard 4OK Sullivan' Maynard white,
>X1 Arnold, William Howe" Jr., white 722 1'Vrtlc. Rnl' II., white. w S4A Sutton James Littleton colored.!
lObe obtained free of 'charge by writing S3K Alklns, Robert,' colored. 210 Flomlnti.' 1>0e'I'lck"tt.' colored. 617 Mcl.auehlln Rnfe. .white. 267 Sullivan, Albert, Hatlnburir white
I to 67 .Austin, George Frederick white. 746 (Klnch :Nathaniel, colored. 116 McLean, Archie Hernlo. white.61q 268 Hulllvan, William "Lafayette,
INI Avon I, Hrewster. colored. 235 1.'I'nYaeher., colored.Ill McWhooil. William Thome white whit..
Dr. W. B. Caldwell 458 Washington Street, 170/ JJnlib. Mlllard Grady: whit.; it Floyd ''R....pard Stephen, white. 398 Mach Ernest while. lot Sullivan; Henry' Wlllard.j, white.
'276! I In lib. 1.'rHnkllnnd..r"on., white. 619!' ,'"ox.'alt"r, Wllburn, white. too Maxell. Emil white IRA sweethtcar, colored
L Monticello Illinois. 143 halley, Arthur Wllmonl'; while. 681. Fry, Robert' William white. tee Mann, William: Henry, white. 31 Sylvester, Lee white'
'146 Handy, Theophllus white .. 12i: Fi-i fit Tins, Christopher Columbus, w'U 153 Funk, Dwltrht Moody white, Martin. George. 'William white.S75 Bat Taylor Francis' Tallyrsndl white. '
104' Hash. Clint white 23 Funk, Charles/ llavnca, whttt May Mush Ralph white. /607 Tedder Hcpjamln Mulllna, white. '
COMMUNITY LABOR' BOARDS f]order to avoid delay he suggests that < 1 -llarrlero, Hlppolyte.. white. r>2 iardnr, leorne" Palmer, white j 4 Martin' Albert Perry colored. 117 Tewksburry Paul Curtis, white. '
t 271 UuulknlKht Irvin Henry fierce, 541 lli'nner" Kilwnr Eugene white. /693 Msllory, Krrol. white /11111/ Thayer Ouy.' white. ',
TO ADOPT NEW ESSENTIALS whlto.2B9 rar lnilnr, Ham" lOrvln.: white.. + 524 Mann James William white 720( Thompson Wentley, white. t
Pans, Elmer: Hnndiil. white.. 4>.4 lialliiKher Edward, white. ,,495 May Mallory Stanford, white; 721 Thompson John T.. -white'
t la-bor 70/ Halt la. Mack colored. 4i 7 JallaBhor: : Joe, whltw.14s a*4 MathIe Matt colored. 255 Thompson Mlllard Wllllsmwhite
Robert Gamble, 'I state director of J 291 Hanks, John Charlie colored , Fdrnard Richard white. 897 Marlin Simon colored. 111 Thomas Henry 1fl"I white,
1 185 Hanks. Jo men, colored. 247 (liitton, WIIher Martin, white 610 Malone, John Reuben, white. 66 Thomas, .
the public i service reserve has issued. l plher two members adopt the list as 8A1 other Earl 1 1.Champion hire. 455 Oeorite: Kdd Cl., while. 291 Murchleon, Cleveland colored. 640 Thomas",, Ueo.. \\7aahington white.

a call to..all community labor boards official on behalf of their board. Asa 8IV7 Hnss Hudson. while IIU1o."fo'. .., Herlram Eugene, white. 1 69(> Meeker Arthur Thomas. .white. 820 Thompson, James. Andrew,'' col.
fl! Lowcllyii
1172 (lice, white
P6 8ftl Harnes, Will, colored. 11 Meyers, Freeman, Amerlcn. white. 878 Thomas., Hugh Olll. white.
throughout Florida to meet at once, guide they are referred to the Du- 648 Harber UeneralIsaac, white. 1201..IR'.r., Loreniio Pow white ylie 4N9 Meyer Rilwln Joseph white 662 Tlllls.. Hntton. white.'
815 BA".. Alexander; while .. illlliiM't, Alphens Dlclterson.. white'183 Minx Clarence Alfonso, while. tee Tindall Marion Luther. white.'
t ""complete their organizations and val county list, though they have a US linker "Wllllnm colored.71o laS1I1I>PI't. Frederic Hlewnrt. white. IIr9, Mima, George1'a8hlnwtonwhite.. .14 Trend ,Andrew {Claud. white,'

...adopt the non-essential industries certain amount of discretion in de- llalley, Cephas, colored. 20111<110111. Sylvester white white. 1168 Miller Marvin Marshall white. 18 Tlndall James" Clay white,"
t 627 Knss, Ackles Fletcher, white. 124nillot, Carmel, William white. 171 Tyson Harwell. ..white..
list. lie directs that no time be lost termining what industries in". their 420 Hass, Joseph III ley, white. 4i6( Gllmore" Ham. colored.S0 hilt 4S1! Mllnr.Miller. Will colored. 1HO Tlson.Ianao 1'1.."... white.

Y in adopting this list and in putting own communities are essential and 4(9( Harbor, Frlti. white. MH>prt, Jamea T'rator colored.Illlleaple white. 834 Miller Oeorne Chess, white. 169 Tyson John Howard white.
William Dallas,
1181 GUI.
688 H.. .. Edger Charles white. 215 Milton, Kdward.'Alllaon' white. 64 Tlson John Edward, whltw.
machinery in. motion to see that employers what are not. 491 : :: d. whim, fill Thomas Hyrd.. white. :227! Moore, Chores Henry colored 156 I a ..... Floyd white.
Harbor'John t colored.lilt "TTrammell .
557 dies, James
077 James, white., 183 Morris, LonnleMarl, while 71 John Walter white.
of men under the several -, 728 Hass, Donald, white. (llnvprs.:; James, colored. 665 Moses, John colored. 417 Truesdale, Lurlous Beecher.whlte

, heads mentioned, be required to release 'A .southern man is always a man 109/' Harris 11101'..., colored. 6.V 129* Gnudwln(Godwin: Wllllnm Jam. white.Riley, white. 167. Montesdeoca, Charles Madison 21 I Truitt. John William white.
453 na"". Homer Jackson white. white. 712 Tumblln. W. Dewey white
male employes in non-essential of his word. A little slow sometimes, 44(1 Hnss ttobert Hiller)'. white.. 697 {Godwin. Leo Carr whiten.Vi 426 Morris, Oary. San ford, white, 441 Tyson William Preston white.

'Work for work of a necessary nature. but he makes good just the eame. 447 Hass, Tie white. 433 Green iliimes John CbnrlU colored.C.. colored. 103 Mosley Leonard, colored. 618 Tumblln James Franklin white. e;
497 Handy. Charles Lewis. white. 632 Morgan Paris Klwln, white.. 414 Tucker JoWph Wade., white. f
This .is -important matter, Mr. That's why we have confidence in all 7.11 Huns, Lee white, s Srlfiln: , (Charier colored.8X0 colored.. 450/ Montsdeoca. Dewey white 611 Tyner Fulwood Henry, while.
Ki I Gr Jim.
691 Baas, ewls Harvey, white..HI n while
white. Leonard llryan
786 Montsdeoca, Julian M., 493 Tyner
Gamble states and should be acted the citizens of Florida good Green Albert, colored.
making ,
on Mans, Everett Jr.. white; see Montsdeoca. William white 560 Tyson Seth, white.
-at the 660 Barber Frank white. 425 GrnKKS, Lewis colored. JohnVestley, colored. 63 Tyson John Washington white..
earliest possible moment. In their war savings pledge. 687 Morgan
,1K3 (Irlflln, W" white
I fl Mass Walter Cnr3' Jr., white.
don. 183 Marine, Pearle Dllloran, white. 627 Van llnttn. Flave Lorraine, white ,
_____ ____ 341 Green Jahies, colored.
-- -------- n 7SH IIA IMdpn. Augustus I.., white. I I 22 Mor. Tom. colored 651 Washington George William col.'
I 11'7> Helle, KtrmnueU: colored. IH Green, Jim Rh41oh colored.l /634 Murphy Clarence colored. 662 Warren Shelton Sherman white.,
colored. I
829 Tlennett Jesnle., while Green, white. .820 Murray Samuel hobert. white. 177 'Warren. Arthur William white.
in? Menrden Halph Hicks, white. 22X Clr..n. William Houston. B7O Myers, Alfred Ashley, white.. 47 Wailer, Lafayette! Aqullla. whit<
283 M,,11.| Myero.. colored y 287 Grlfnn, Joseph Jefferson while. Austin white. 160 Watson, Thomas Clyde: white.
,,601 I Nease, Edgar
... Clark white.
107 1 Grlfnn Jam.
108/ nln ham. Ron colored.
colored. 648 Waters Robert, white.
Nelson Andrew
Registration Notices i 633 Illvlns, William, polorrd.lid 110 iluyton Neal. colored. j( 194 3D Neal Leonlda.white. 833 Warden: Calvin Kerr white.
i Walter C. white.Mt .
:' 111Rek wpll. Paul Klng l"v. white. > ":i Ouy.nutty,Henry Powell. white. /681 Newton John colored. 611 Walker Thomas Luther white.
2S3 mount. Nathan Snow, white. Jacob
140 Nettles Isaac, white. 61f1.'eav..r., Harley, white,
100' Hadley. Samuel Frederick colo'd, I'
41 llowmer Kohert Anderson. while" 192 Nelce, Edward Peter ''White. 441 Welsh Frank colored. .
716 Hoston Mack H., white. 26 II Harris Hancock Award William Archibald Wlnfield.white.white set NealJohn, colored. 461 Weatherston Zln Wallace while, '
337 llnatwrl ht, Uanlel Wvbster white, t Harden white.
44 Harwell. Samuel white. 649 'Newton Chop C.. J 477 Wells, Uert
white. Weaver, Lee, colored.
FoND Hamilton .white. 194 Nelson. William Andrew, 141
62ft Howen. Jamest'lllinm, white. John Martlnue. white. Weatherbee. Ira H.. white.
Nellson. Uuiina 20*
//192 William White, white.50s
The registration books for enrollment of to.participate in 4fl 1I0w. ... Wllllnm Isnh, while. Haley llanklns William Garland whiter; ,396 Nicks, Jesse Leonard white. 289 Whit field Willie, colored' '
veers 24K Hoyd Jason Steven white. .colored 117 Alexander HJdward.whlte-
77 Nlckson Isaiah Wnaley .
145 Milton while I "
Hall George
142 George efne, white. I
the November, general election,will be open at the office of the Registration 1A5 Hronson Boll Thnmas. white. W2 1176 Hansel.Harris, Willie Paul Emmett, colored.Jot .white. I' 44N 1111' Nlcklow.Nourse. Muht Neal white colored., 745 164 Whale.Williams Arthur, Charlie colored.Allen white. '
1X9 llryan Francis Courad. .white. colored. Wade Tlld colored.
John Thomas 1151 Wllkerson n.
106 Noble.
Officer at Kissimmee from Monday'August 5, 1918 until October .84 Tlrnwn." ; Morgan, white. Harper Waxli; colored.colored 494 CTHryan Lewis white. 169 Williams, lIend..raon.olered...
i ,279 Dronson, AVIlllam Oscar wliltff. Hannah Samuel, son O'llerry, Daniel Hrltton white. S91 Williams' James, colored\ l
t ,277 Hronson, barge Chester, white. 163 Hartley Chaxlos If white, .'
12th. 616 OKleby James Edward .white. IN7 Williams, Tom-colored. !
4t 274 rtrormon, Arthur Nelson white rso Hancock Willie whit 60 Outlaw Jeremiah ris{ white. eel Wla-R-lns. Rushla llollnway., coo '
271 Walter Le, whlto. FS7 Harvey, Harley white, Cleland. ''''
Hronson 'III
white colored.
781 r Harris:: Tom white. 666/ Outlaw Groves 104 Williams Kphrlan "
269 Hronson Irlo Overstreet while
,,6'' The, precinct registration books will be .open in the several precincts 741 Hrndehaw'Lnvelee" colored. 115 187 Hall Columbus, Francis Walton Marlon, white.whit 674 887 Overstreet.Oversrreet John'Lewis I. ISleaser. white.white ri9 loa Williams Wilson ,Vern.Kd, William colored., white. !
ROil Hronson. John Alexander, wljlte. white
800 Overstreet Henry Lorenso, 94 Wilds Henry, colored
, from Monday September '2, until Saturday. October 12. 801 Hronson William, Littleton white 154 78 Harris Hawkins, Jesse James DeWItU Clinton white., colored. 189 Overstreet. Henry Robert, white 11 Wltherspoon. John Emanuel coL
296 Hryant James Milton white. Williams l white. colored.
M6 Owens, John (50 Wilson James
r ,.-' /" ,,' I. ' ." ,.. ,' .. 290 Hrown. Wllllitm, colored. 79 Harris, Rouyfcard, colored. 170 Owe".. Crawford colored. ? 116 Williams. Gus, colored. .
: ; " ''. < "<',Ira i-se'.r Y'hrirl'l 'tr(Nr ,61 rirlnicler, Willie collored.J 165 Hammack. Our Lawrence, white, white.' ,
,'All voters v"'h'0 desire to participate in the general 1 election 1 in Namr f/1 69I$ringler. Joseph,*/'OOlore "fl." 142 Harris, Walter, white.colored. -r '28 17- Partln Partln,' Vernon Homer Hugh Milton white,',y"'" rS9 40 t, Whldden Williams. 1 anlel 1James. white. 'M
"" o 86 Hancock Wllllnm
tt MOTWfwrflfewiM: rarfiiixgiB / '\< ; ;r.; tt. white f 11" l".I 1.1' Wllbu..F.u".ne.. while. ''4
rrAlhert..010rJ.d. 898 Pndll Trlpp 1. Woolly
white, ...
i Hen Franklin ,
fill Harrell
I ) t
SJHBIIrniinon.833 Mllroom: > Arthur ArtanJwhllei| W.\ \\ib: !!JI7 j Hancock WIlllK Maxwell whit'. 421.' Padxett Perry wh466V ( $I6SS,WoodalV, James Harold'Cecll.ilcolored.'J.' Monroe,!')whlte.'<;t., ,0. ,ae' t
PadKett. 'Den, ItlUSWoodall '' '
arena'from ; ] 1| 126|jHriRht.Norm..ntutherflwhHe'! .., t51nhiartlefnreet.60-jH.ncock.!! Fafayette/'Whlte, white. 468' Partln McKlnsle. .white? 76", W rill rht.., John Oliver. colored ';.0.' ,

. SZS> Hronnon, p"r"'Va"hhuctnll; I 95 Hansel Radford Michael white. 69 Partln. Lawrence Elmer white. 162 Wright Thomas, colored.

one precinct to another since registering will require changing. 418 white Hronson, Edward Richard;' white 101 Haley, Has-om Everett white. 491 Partln. Edgar Herbert white.white' 61 Yates Malcomh Curtis white,
lee. Partln Charles Dewey, 668 Yates Paul white. ,
I' U2! Hamilton Richard Robaon, white
'I 402 Hronaon Randall Carlyle, vhlte.
I! the records in this office accordingly.: ass Hronson Jntncn Robert white lIS 161 Harris.Hedrlck.Nathanel Hart Elmer Betheul., white.. whit 124 619 Patrick Parker Calvin George while Marlon .....lte. 161 164 Yates Yates. Floyd Paul M.white.white. ,5

AN Hranton. James, colored. ,66 Harry Freder'k. whIte. 67 Page Elroy colored. 181 Yates, Dorsey Lafayette, white. w'f
Willie Colored Hettlnger
827 Hradshaw. Robert ,61, Hearn Doyle Kdward: white. 718. Padxett. R. J.. white 171 Yates, John Quincy Adams, white" ,,;1>
490 Hreaker, Charles Maxwell white colored. 444 Peed Oeorire( Augustus, white. 167 Yates. Henry, white.TH .
E. D.. KATZ 487 Hrasxale Valantlno Uomvnlco, 191 169 )Henry learnValtere John whit 474 Peterson Mike white. Young, Samuel William colored. '>
484 Hrocksmlth. Frank white 146 Hearn Albert Ingrm. wtflt I 694 Perry. William Campbell colored 170 Young Renton colored. . ,
439 Daniel colored. 99 Herring. Heseklah colored. 115 Peabody John' Henry, white, 4"5| Young Thoma. Graham white. l'.
Hrown Hu"t..r. -
IS4 Charles Kdwln. white. 264 Peel David white. 116 Young Ernest white.
434 Ilryant, Levy, colored. Hener .
f SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, 422 Hronson. John white. 181 Hess, Augustus Michael white. '102 permenttr. ArthUr.. colored.. white. 164 Zimmerman Loyd U., white. &
518 HrlnU. Roy Howard white. ISO Herzberir Harold. white.. ZO5 Peterson ...,(
Rxcell, white.
a Kissimmee, Florida. 548 525 llrown Hrown. Emery n.lO..hln Otis, white lol\ .white. 186.08 Hilton HickmAn.Clyde Tho Edwin. Jefferson white., white. 547 721 Phllpott Phillips., Wallace Frank H.. white. YOUR WIFE CAN USE IT. "';It.
600 Brooke Thomas, white.5HO 14 Holtsclaw, Chas. Krastus. white. 661 Phlpps Joseph Henry, :..
If and
from' home
Hrammar Hnmuel whit. ,01, Ifolllngsworth, Oscar Poor, white 717 Phillips, Robert V., white. you are away ;.
r 587 Hronson. William Isaac whit.. 181 Howard William Hemp colored. 554/ Plnckney, Owen. William colored.colored one of your hones takes the colic '
89 Howard Charlie Ralph, colored. 149 Plneseet John Mllby :'
3 Hryan Harry colored. ;
Harry Charles, white. wife treat him if she haskarris' -
43 Hurrown Cha. Franklr\| while 111 Howard Will colored. tee Piano. your can
0 7 llutler Richard colorefl. 91 Hall' Ram Clarence, colored. 220 Pledger Walter Milton Layne.white.lIS white. Colic Remedy in the house.
Ill Howard Barney Harvey colored. Paulk
43 Burkham John Francis white
661 Hullard. Newton Hudson, .white. 186 Holmes, James Harrison. colored. 16 Powell, Thomas, colored.SS6 It is.easy, to use Just drop it; on the
9B Hurrouffhs, John Henry colored. !97 Holmes' Adam, colored Pollard Innac' W., white. ''
torse's and' in +
415 Hurch. Charlie, colored. 317 HowardNapollnn a.:, white 841 Powell Will colored. tongue thirty mlnutea'

113 Hullock Richard Stanley white. 211 Howard John pals colored 856 Porter Nathan colored.white. h le is relieved. Get it today. You ,
698 Huckley Charles Hest. white. 68 Hughey Henry white 864 Porter. Clay Stephen
old 864 colored. 04 Hunter, George Elmer, white. 281 Powell Junlus colored. nay need it tomorrow.-Waters &
.' alds : 293 f: rl'.r.J: Walter, colored: 126 Hudson, Charles David, white: S88 Prather, John Rufus Holmes, white.white. Carson Grocery Co.
64 Prather George
,296 Duller Ham, colored. 80S Huntslnffer Clarence Eugene Riley whIte.
white. 185 PrlnRle
808 HiirroughsVllllam Ashbury
white. 81 Hull Harmon Hugh white. 176 Quirk. Werner Edward white.
617 Hyrd James white. E5 Hyatt, Clinton: Lee. white 1 Randall James Westley .colored.
I II 177Cadei.1. John o..ty.1111 : ; white 1 44 Hullng, Albert, white 225 Redford Ben Franklin colored. ERS WINNING THE WAR
I / Calyer.Vllllam James, whltt US Ide., Robert white. 141 Redmon Arthur colored. ve
168 Campbell Robert white. 21 ,Ingram WIlliam Howard white. IHt Reaves, John Latlmer white. -
?"6 (Parlson Carl Erick white.65t 131 Ingram Lon Henry white 876 Reed. Archie colored.
I Callan Thomas Joseph white. &11 Ivey Ueorg* Dewey, white. -01 Reese, Peter colored. We have'nearly two million men in

I ,829 Campbell Edward Dewey white. 1 James. McBride; colored.' 142 Reaves Aaron white white. France.' '
60S Carlson, Carl Edward, white. no Jackson John colored. 190 Reddltt John Henry
; 24 Carson, William Wooden' white. XII Jackson, William, colored 826 Revels, Hiram Elvert. whit, Every subscriber to the Liberty..' <
There is no guesswork by the KO Jackson, Ram colored. 118 Reldel, Robert. Jr.. white. .
4 679 Cndman Reginald Iladc'lyffe
white. 18 Jeffords, Joseph Dan 1<.. white. 11411'H..ynod.... Ralph darfleldwhite.. Loan helped send them there.

f, sales department of the Florida 707 Cason Elijah white. 889 Jenkins, Eddie Charles, colored. 706 Rymes, H. W., white, white.
9 Dan Byrd white. 80 Rivers Robert Reed,
1124 Cellar: Joseph Humphry, white. ,
; Citrus Exchange-it is in touch 635 Chllders, Victor Klourney, white. 46 Johnson Pat, white. 81 Rivers, John James. colored.white. For artillery\ automatic -rifles, and
1 498 Chapman Smith Ray, white, GSI Johnson.Thatchfr Smith white.. 164 Richards, James Everett, mall arms and for ammunition for ;
694 JOhD Harrison white. 95 Richardson Joseph ,
with markets wire 461 Chunn, Judnon David white. John.on. .
important by 472 Chapman, George Roy, white 653 Jones. David colored.- 171 Rlcketts George Oscar 'white hem, we have spent over $3,700,000-
106 Chandler, Robert, colored 620 Johns, Roll white. 150 Rivers, Tavlor ShuK colored. .
;, ; every day of the shipping season. 288 Charles Will I colored. 641 Johnson, John Jones, white.. U8 Richards, '. Ferris, white. )00. Sk

i, 810. (Chlsholm Gilbert, colored. S7 James, Charlie colored. 176 Rosen, Alexander Ausher .white. -...-
Chauncey, Andrew- white, 411 Jonnlgan. Frank Oscar, white. IK Roberts, Livingston white.ill
zU Clay, John R., it.arlon. 700 Jones Luther colored. Rothrock, Charles Joel white. We have spent over $120,000.000 '
serveice ills (Clark Mixer white. 131 Johnson Arthur. colored. sic. Roulerson Tutee, white.t61 .
; 868 Clark Charey Samuel white 141 Jone. Robert, colored. Roulerson David Peter white. lust for staple supplies for our army, '

180/ Clark John David. white. 104 Jones. Walter Franklin, colored.. ill Kothwell Alfred white. such as flour bacon, rice etc. a ,
"' 'i" and to. assure good prices will be 131 (Clark Ourdon Harofd. white. 6&1 Johnson, Claudlous Franklin 114 Rose Glen Dell white. ,
576 Clark John Alec., white. 119 Roberts, William Wan Every subscriber to the Liberty
(78 Clark' King Hoy. white. ego Jordan, Lucloul Lamar colored, 144 nober.on.VIII.. colored. y
further explained to of Loan helps feed soldiers
, any grower Roberts. Jesse Howard, white our
; .j 48 demons. Wlllard, white.H86 I 148 Johnson John, colored. 124
". : ("ovl... Charles Patrick white. 158 ,Johnson Tom colored. 41 Rovers Charles James white.
citrus fruits who writes the Flor white.
to 130 Cobb. Luther colored. 1119 Johnson- Klsslmmee whit 166 Rowland. Uehue,
1 105 Co.t.... K. K.. white.A 114 Jones.Arthur Eugene_ white.,. 109 Rouse, James Martin white. We have spent over $500,000,000 to "
ida Citrus Exchange, at Tampa, Cody. Jim colored. 75Johnson, Lem white. III Russell I. Lee. colored. white. lothe our soldiers.
: RyalsWilliam Sylvester
149 Johnson.Jacob white. 171
178 Cooper. John Milton white. '
Fla. or calls on 105( Cox. Arthur, white. 437 Junior. Joseph, colored. 66 Pallett Thou Harrington white. Every subscriber to the Liberty J' 1
I no Kasbohm, William Tho., whit. 191 Name David colored.
114 Calvin Bam, Br. white
Peter. Paul white. Loan has had a part in this of "
RAt) Coving-ton. Clifford colored 45 Halley James, colored. 141! Ravage. care
19 Kennon.. James- white. t66 Schmidt Herman John, white. '
Conn Hunter, the Americans who
L. A. HAKES, Mgr: Orange I IIU Cobble.\ Harrison: A.." white. 483 KeenAlexander Myrse' whit, ill Scarlett. Frank, Ferdinand.whlte colored. are fighting'in,
William Franklin col. 171 Bchmldtt Robert France.In .
6S8! Cole., Oeo.V&.htngton, colored. 1114 Kendrick
A .County Citrus Sub-Exchange I 148! Cornellu. Hartwell col-n-cd. U6 Kempfer William Herbert white 111 Scott Thomas, colored.
166 Cobb, Horatio Aba white. 115 Kenyon Earl Holander- white, ri9 Sellers, Otis, white.

: : ; Orlando, Fla. t,1'.l MS Crowder Harveyhaymondwbitetae a 90! KIrby, Rosco, colored. T09 Sellers B..Frederick white. Itussel. white the comforts of your home think '
I I"C Crofton James Marlon ferry, 411' King Blmon, tolored. 144 Heymour. .
1 white 418 King ManueL colored. 117 Sessions.Walton Alexander.whlte If the boys "over there" Have-'yon .'
164 Crosby Andrew. Wilson white.. !44 'King, James Jackson, white., 114 i Sear... William Joseph white. '
lt< Crawford William Bloxham 11.', KlnR',- Au.tln Clarence, whlU. 119 Heaver William Bertie white.: kept1'ou'1' pledge to help s\lpport.bhn .4
white.. +
I Ie I whIte. i 111' Knight Artla A., whit 1130! Seabert. Carl Carman '
IT Croyle, Raymond-- 'Edward- white. 11111 Knoble Adolf., whit 6It; Sherman Richard Jasper, colored.colored. by investing in war aavings.stamps t '
UI Knight, nollman. colored. ash Sharp, ,
s !!87 Carry Jesse, colored. '
witlt6. Alford. white.
!61 Knight, William Staten 144 Hhackford. Roland c
184 Dann John Albert ,white160 /
60' Knoble Adolf white.. 179 Shuman, Thomas Jasper, white., For Indigestion Constipation or "
Davl..Johnr white
I Malcomb.. : Alexander coL
162 Daniels, John Frederick white.138 .-, 185 I.nmb. Isaac white! 573' Short Biliousness
&ln I .: IJanoll Wavman. colored. silt Lamb.' William Timothy, whit: 114 Hhoop' ,. M. Snlvely white. .'
: F 96 Davis. Henry colored.' U8 Lamb' William M. white in4 Sharp, Sam, colored. lust try, one 50-cent bottle of LAX-roS ,

CITRUS EXCIIL4NG 1 1tk I 174 41. Darls.Dale. Harry Joseph Ralph-white., colored asl It ,Lan Lanier. Andrew' Will Arthur Jack.onf whit whit; , 141,19* .t Short Shaw. Henry Fred1 Howard K.. white,' colored.. WITH PEPSIN.' -A, Liquid'' Digestive' '

t .71 Davit' James Mat hew, white.: K Lanier, Christopher .Columbus, 151,' Simmons. William .McKinley: Axathre pleasant to take. llada andacommendedto .J'
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., I .59 Davis. a..... Washln, ton.xwhl(.. whit. . white the public by Paris Uedk ""
: Clinton white.
In' Lanier Walte'whit*\ ,
IU> Dayson. George; Ralph Hodee. eel SilimoCurtis. colored.. tine Oo.manof actorers of Lazativ Dradw'
.,;.. - Davis. William Lafayette. white. let Lanier, James 'white.

"" ... '#. ,. 1f.i.".r i"|,, 1 I4t >*n !. Mark olor dv .. 101'j Lambs Ichabold! white. $))1'17* Blmmona' '?, Willie. Dudley, white.' t1S Quinine and Grove's T-T'chJJJ TISdd.l' ./

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I million Potters and display "

.' In. eleven designs will be .used Qraine
State the Treasury Department in .the

Liberty Loan campaign. .sAil

w the designs! were donated by ,dis
of Kissimmee American: artists.
I brutality and .atrocity with 'Roofing.o,

the German wage war are .
The of the portrayed in moat of the post
eyes and .the duty and vital Import-

of protecting our country and Will
women' and children from such an

are on the l la and of rescuing the world and

from its curse are empha.
.with all the appeal of art.

of'the posters, by Strothmann
the menacing face of a German

with a bloody bayonet; the Certain-teed. renders ( ta ,
SAVfC of .cathedral and the smoke '
wanton conflagration appear in the war service.Certainfeed ..
A poster by Norton, shows a '
C of bloody German military boots saves war supplies, because It Is

r' 1 the injunction: "Keep These Off made of materials which have''no use in war pro xi,

I theUnited States" There la 'a ducts. It serves war needs because it provides our \ 1

for a moment &, appeal in the picture by Ev armies and peoples everywhere with efficient -
PAUSE ofa mother, with: an infant at '
d economical
a thought. breast' and another child'clinging qIl I ICsrtarn
her, skirts with one arm stretched -teed save war tr port ion,because it U so C
problems that confront In'agonizing'app .tr the legend is compact that it takes minimum car space and so easy to Illi I' '
Children .Die and Mothers handle that requires' the minimum time to load and unload.. f' I '

i will, a few years hence. in Vain." t Certain-teed saves war labor. It can be laid in,lell ;Ilait ''i'' tL l ,

e Statue of Liberty crumbling time than any other type of roof| and no skill is required- hllNi ;n l EI
Look about tie of affairs
yon- mea in German shell fire and 1ftw i'' l'
who will follow the ,simple 'directions that come
anyone i
; yes la the world, are the Ben who started to City in flames: Is .pictured, by packed in the center of roll can lay it correctly. i '

t, They"Lave.the respect and confides of the with the legend ''That Lib. The durability and economy of Ctritain-trtJ are recognized the world NillQ l II II' ,
Shall Not Perish From the over,as proved by iu enormous Ale. It U now the standard roof

Then look ea the other side=at aL.,feOo. .*? "Hun or Home'" is the cap :for factories office buildings." hotels,store, ; ,'

,smaks-they may have"a good:tiss*, for a while of a picture, by Raleigh. repre warehouses,,,gatagei,.. farm buildings, etc. iiI iJIII ifH q IN'
rtlect? &' a German soldier- invading a
personality ', , ,,8 while a little girl with a baby Guaranteed S, 10 or 1J ,.ean. according t* pkll l l IIlI f! I N 'pl plT ..
Sold dealers
ttricknen. by best everywhere. ( ,
A dollai'or so deposited U this bank her arms gazes In mortal fear nd! -. ( N IiJldlil'' '

.' :..d... of as honorable .. Certain Products Corporation ill, ,liLll9pl
r, Make year beginning new- ...,." ', I f I 'he) bloody Imprint band,'"The' I >r Olfieoi&W robM. M!.Prf.c*..l Otto*.*A. d.o.StaMtactmn i,9 i al

f. book will nave 1Ito-.a, ,.. !I I -His Mark" makes 'a striking .. tudPalatiYarnLfioIt.ofiee ofCWrf
i by_St.Johns with' the-exhorta- l -
Capital stock ________.. ._ _
iif .:: _ I *'DI t ft, Out With Kbertyj : iii fry
'. Resources ,over______.__._ '' .
--- --- -- member.Belgium" =
?. ,Oficen'a.d Directors. I II(j In- ''a, poster bt. Young above ap Certaiiirieed Roofing is Sold, in Kissimmee by the Osceola Hardware C5 *2

I'' I of,a German soldier drag- "- 4 u ,
L C. A. CARSON, President 'Ml KATZ'and 'I'' away a terrified 'Belgian:girl; ---;---- _. --"-- - -- --:-.-----..------ ------ -- -,---- ---- ... -----:-

l1t;.' ROMA THOMAS, Cashier back ground is vivid are and ruin\ ly to i ; .will 'doubtless going the rounds and shows>> beef' ut* i'

t I I new note *s struck in thepo.ter be t disorganized' and Some men'set, I W.C.T.O.: COLUMN 1 teq,./.-.vithout ,foundation in troth,
N. C, BRYAN, N,,B. CARSON, M: I, Williams, "For;VJctory"-:..the flg- Tree to engage in more'direct format' : they ate < Of a certain tale teethe .t--

'C. A.. CARSON; J. H. FLEMING. .E. of Victory bearing ..'aword In one< service. NeArly:evercollege! has 1.a i ... feet thai .two hundred Red Cross nurses
,: . I and the American shield In the Mar committee;* perhaps 'the natural (By MRS, J.. M. COctIRAN); have recently,been.iStturned..n-a
troops the Ameri approach would, be 'through this local ,--t.,. .' '
leading our ; tn.nlPort..tro in abroad and ecretJ,
;. eagle'and flag'appear in the 'pl' committee, 'where it exists. : (Written for last week. removed to maternity .hospitals, tier.'' \

t A. CAkSDN.'President, ., "Come'. On": is ,the,. caption of ,"We have driven our' leading "op as patients he says'; '''ftln"estlptlorf" _
C. | : ,by Whitehead, of a >..deterj For Cramps' .in-tW Stomach.If ., ponents from one position to another has been mode a by a Fders4''grand *fe .
/j American soldier with pre- you'-have ever been doubled up until there is not a thoughtful opponent Jury in'New York.City and the statement *'**''Iit'.
i-f r The Waters & | bayonet standing' over a body with cramps' in- your'' stomach you of woman'' suffrage,;: to be has been found to be false. O rr

ifi a 'dead German. 'Victory figures will interested, Ja the' experience found who is not obliged to deny the .min sympathizers caught'circulating' v

J' in the beautiful female figure Charles. Henry,.Oswego;. M.,Y..who doctrine which is affirmed ii(.our Declaration it have been Interned.' The nurse**,in}'*
C out agaInst the' American says: "About four years< ago' whensuffering of Independence.'V.-George Service' in our hospitals -in franco/ '
fiVf Grocery and pointing-out to sea; she tow from 'cramp in my, stomachand / F.-, Ho.r. have the same;discipline and .protec-i* 'p,":

above a gun.creW in action upon bowels, I used Chamberlain's 'The Tennessee Bar Association tion they need it aV:"" f'
Ikf :. ", American battleship when ,a 'gun Colic and Diarrhoea*Remedy.. It.Ite by several hundred strong,' at lta'al\Ooal (little.\ The story has been Invented5! .
4E Wholesale and Retail Dealer i'I actually served. This picture far ,the best medicine of the 'kind. I ,covent'on unanimously passed a'res- to ham perthe? ,work of the Red Cross',. .:;
is by Howard Chandler Chris have) ''ever used." olution endorsing the Federal suffrage and to 'prejudice us .against our. -.:I
: Is-declared by-experts to be.,tech ammendment. This the third French allie.--SlcnaJ..
. accurate even .to the.marking PROPOSTIONS( WANTED FOR State Bar Association to take action -'
the shell which shows it to be an LOCATING STATE Il INSTITUTION within the last few weeks the Associations Christen Vessels with Gold' for Bel-
service shell)) for sinking sub- of Iowa and Arkansas havjing gl.n Babies Instead of Wine

0000 + 000000000 .. . . and not a target shell. Jacksonville Fla., Sept. (.-The gone on record for it previously.All In '"dry"" Portland Oregon; the. r
? .' Oe eleventh design is an enlarged committee' recently appointed by the honor to these men for their in- newest'fashion is .to christen yessela'
... WE SELLI . of the Fourth Liberty Loan Governor to take'up the question,and teligence-.and justice. with twenty dollar gold pieces: rather;'
;. .. .. : ; report on a new modern institution ,'- than the traditions champaign,' eat

I. BAT.I. ... .Y' .,,'. . ,;', ',. to buy bonds at.ii sup 'or.the'insane 'Florida; to the.Leg'slaturejofJJ1919 Whispering .Props c.nd" the following paragraph .from' a.,.< recent
. . .Mi. .f. i ; 'i0 ; and
i; 1 y "jl.DIDES\ iLown'are Notwithstanding'positive
| l .. for '
_:,I ,,-.I'' GRAIN J Fourth'iLibertT ) ,provided |by Portland paper assures us:
" -' ,,'- .11 "FURS ," :In"all"the posters?*'" resolution of the 1917 Legislature reiterated statements' of*reliable In- "At -the Coast yard Miss Anna,
'f..' FERTILIZERS met at the Aragon Hotel Jacksonville'udinc' the drinking Won,'fifteen year old daughter of the-
1". 0 O. 0 ; Klein Recommends Chamber-. Fla., at 10 o'clock September 4. habits of the members of our American superintendent of the plant christened

; '.. SHINGLES .0 .0 'Iain's Liniment. Present Hon. J. W. Watson, Miami Expeditionary Forces in France : .the Cabura and was' the'' first I IIn'the
,4: .. Hon. J. H. Wilder Plant City one' hears all too requently stories
!ii' .'' ORANGE BOXES .. ; ; entire'' Pacific Coast district to-
'- keep a bottle of Chamberlain's and W. M. Bevis, M. D., Chattahoochee. that) reflect on Our soldiers "overthere. take'part in the launching of a ship
1.; ORANGE WRAPS in the house at all times ." So *insidious and yet so persistent in using $20 gold, piece: instead of
: have used it for years. It will On motion the following resolutionwas are these' rumors that the streame
VEGETABLE CRATES wine or other liquids.-To. the ,
rheumatic pains quicker than 'government has seen fit to trace themto
adopted: stemof
f. ers of national colors tied to the
y; 0 CRATE, NAILS 0 ng I ever used. ,I- have also Resolved That we, the committee their source In.n endeavor' to the ship was made fast the gold
It O 0 it to my neighbors and appointed to take investigate and ,loam if they have in them any element Miss
up started
,.. N . + 0 . 0 + . . 0 ,. ... . who have used it successful. consider the location and erection of of truth and to discover who is Ulen piece cut and the as streamers the ship the coin fall,. }
writes Mrs. N. M. Klein,, ChilH- responsible for putting and keeping .
new modern hospital for the insane,
We sell field seeds of all kinds. or a i circulation. ing.into the bottle. ,
Mo. fn result of
in and for the '''State of Floridaandreport them The
attention 'Providing $20 for the babfes, in
Wi give special to fitting out hunting :
such investigations has been given to
Free delivery in city limits. "Phone No. 12.. HUNDRED MEN TEACHERS the findings, together ,with the in .book 'entitled'"The 'be land of horrors is far more beneficial
t We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask plans specifications and estimated a I than spilling wine/ 'uld' Harry ',
I \
FOR Y. M. C. A. WORK German Whisper issued >y the
cost of, .same to the'next session of I of 'the ,
on fertilizer' (t U. S. Food Administration ) of' Pennell president company
-' the Florida Legislature request any I Committee onPublic Information 4s the* ship left the wa;.."
F1a., Sept.. 16, 1918 person, city or locality desiring to i the Federal Government through theassociate .
,WE BUY BEST WAR all District' ; and Recruiting Sec- make offers of land on which to build chairman of that committee If have anything to .sell, tradeor
; I. OLD FALSE TEETHWe .. : .aid,, institution to forward the same Harvey O'Higgins. He takes up classified column.' I
I has been a definite call ask to J. W. Watson Chairman, Miami. one after another the bits of- war exchange tryout, '
.- pay' from |2.00 to $35,00 per The most for Educational Secretaries for Said land to consist of not less than gossip on -various subjects that are It brings results. ll
i. Bet (broken lots). We also pay acJ' .
The : "
war news ea. 300 acres preferably 1.000' more /I.
teal value for Diamond! old Gold,
Silver and Bridge-work. Send at policy of rult '600 men teachers as well -well located. !!! 1w 1
in ell educational fields *
since the organizers Said committee will meet at the
J' once by parcel post and receive.. cash iiu- rl11NI-2i-
and :
.. The Times history. American Aragon Hotel Jacksonville at 10 a. V,'
by); return mall.MAZER'S
institutions. Technical sub
"'TOOTH SPECIALTY night reports m. own October 9,-1918, for the purpose -
leased Be "willing to begin in hut Should boon table!
11. .Dept. X. 2007 So. 5th _St..Philadelphia ber over of the Prefer-to<<;choose directors af- repositions of considering submitted.the' merits of all :I wry!
\ sociation and trial here." Any architect who< desires to sub
; "WHEN"NEURALGIA many 'trained for ucdor. in the home mit plans 'and specifications of the
: front. It also is equally urgent. buildings for the proposed new State S II l INSTW'OSIDMIE' akrj
i ATTACKS NERVES and maps. is clear of course that the re In.titutlon. will please communicatewith

Few '' of' these men should be un 'J''W. Watson Miami Florida (A favor almost nndistii uishable from coffee) I.
'once carried.on with
'. t j .' gest cities at and Chairman of the Committee with
: utmost speed if we are to come
any questions they desire to ask or '
I Sloan V Liniment.scatters news any where near filling this unexpect- suggestions" they wish to make concerning 'II For years the favorite peacetimo! $1.L

w the congestion'and ,.The.readID& 'large order; in any. reasonable the buildings to be erected. bevora o of tens of thousands :
'relieves' to appreciate High, grade business men may The press of the State is asked to l .
1 4. ," dews service. for the home educational give this resolutions its 'merited publicity II I 1 9w even more prominent because

; m .-widely J. W., WATSON Chairman. Made In America"vn&: a saver .
A little, applied Wit > l ,.&blsr.wfll .. The Times may be a good field for can- GEO. II. WILDER, of much needed for
e .immediately ..and rest. ,and. dress for0's, opening up'' among' the col- W. M. BEVIS M. D., Sec. I 81 ocean tonnage :
the nerves. 'months.. A which the government is to our armies Dwr 1 ere .
Sloan's Liniment b effective laikUaying
very for
October l&
best in eh.rge"lIbout \
external bruises. way, to 658 cures bilious fever. 32-10t .
Aches, still Joints sore muscles,lumba* : nt. training camps. Those 'de- ,
instruction in ,thecol. .MoneT ..Mean's Munitions. Buy Liberty .11 l Mado
:go,neuritis,sciatica,rheumatic twinges 666 cures of ) -
Keep': a IlK bottle'always 'on hand loss"of which d I su ar saver '
401'.laJDDy use. Druggists everywhere i ing1 feeling I. noboilin2.1
I Fine tonic.. Strong Withstand the Heat ol Worms a Healthy- Child .11 delicious! and
Better Than the Weak Alt children troubled with warn hen aauhMlthy .- 1 1LJ.LL
Slo.aiVs color,which liullcMM poor Mood,and a. drink for'young', .
l / Prove" 1o- ; ) people who era feeble sadreaaaa.Deode, nteth n>4& toorv or let* Momacli diMvbsnca.. ;;
overestimate tt.weak..U1"'.strn tl>"Md aad naMed to GROVE S TASTELESS chill TONIO Awn retfolulylor I
i .-. the dgprmlnt bat of tanuMC by tab two or three melt will enrich the bleodrlmproro -i ,,",, .
,or your! OVE.S TI.STELSSchWTONJC.: : 1C puriOM Oa dlgesdoa ud act u a CaaefmlStrgnttlinlns .
oarichos the blood and......48.p the wbolo err Tonic to the whole. .,..... Names will then I -
)when :you si Yea MO tooo fcol Il&e Sooastbonlos'.lurlooiSOe. throw off or dispel tho worms ud(h.Child will be i. --
-,'- :'- 666': cure* by removing the.cause.-! ,iPledp ;,1___ : : -ct.- toPW" K<..&.... -PlMMatMUk- lOq..lottJa.' < . .'
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''"Muti. 'and Jeff in the' Woolly CHRISTIAN CltURCH. Sing. twice! month at (Oe' per. year-.

KLSSIMMraVALLEYfiAZETTE( West" firlO. be present at .the'' Casino 10:00: -Sunday' School three general:year for farming.|1.00.. paper Only livestockand In the I Put ,

Tuesday, October 10th.' 11:00: -Sermon. state. Write today. Your Money in a. House

.........*.BT.rr VrldMr .,.. FOR NT-lI' rooms orapartments .
:45-Y. P. S. C. E.!; will feel sort of in.
and you ,f.
K.a.iB ase. Valley Omtte c. te..y, IMPORTANT NOTICE for light housekeeping
.' F1.rldaww 7:30-Sermon. t- mod.rn, convenient' 'house, close In.
S : dependence that no rent payer
Mr Jfl. K. XVella Real Estate: and Insurance
Owing to the short time we have Prayer meeting each Wednesday lit Mabbette at. Phone 141: .
B. Herri. Ire.l*>Bt can possibly posses.. The
evening at 7:30. L. A. S. each .
to stay in Kisslmmee, we urge all Thursday. .
& G. Vs.. Anew, g.eretarrtygh. DWELLINGS for rent. Apply to M ,
home Is everything; If It Is +
debtors to settle their accounts Tiller.
... xw 11Rateel
promptly. All accounts unpaid Tuesday ..Junior C. E. each Friday at 9:00a. : FOR BALE)-Second-hand Ford car your. own. It I* only chance

_.._rt.U.. October let, will be given to our m. at attractive price Osceola Motor ,
Gas Copy One Te.r___.__:__. _'I'OO Co, S07 Broadway.FOR f shelter it you are payingrent.
On Copy. Six Months..____' ..... 1.00 attorney with instructions to take Young Ladies' Circle. meets each We have a variety. of t?
pa Copy' Three ionth._..-.._- .7* whatever steps he considers necess- second Sunday. .. SALE-One Emerson Typewriter,
model throe, visible, a* good a* new. an'd'dealrabl residences '
,' All communication exeept from our. iry for our interest. C. W. B. meets. the first Friday Apply Valley Qaaette. (t. choice
'r authorized. correspondents. must be CORNER DRUG STORE 41-lt In each month. "noUI \1'ON'0001-hose for'eale. They:\ are ;l
Isrned by th. writer.R.J.cted Gr"v"'j all site and at all .price but '
mutter. will) not b. returned Church Board meets first Sunday '\Vood. Yard Phone 112. ''

_I... called for.. ' KISSIMMEE RED CROSS NEEDS afternoon each month. WHJ. TRADK' or exchange city property . M term o( payment can easily

i Entered In the' at Klsslm-. 'I I' MORE WORKERS ON THE JOB You are cordially Invited to our any for kind.I country B. Miller., or stockof 18-tf ''ca ""--' ,r, be arranged to suit. Call

, _.*. Florida, aa aecond-claaa matter.) services. and let u. .talk It over.

Continued from Page, One) 31-tf. A TICI "the work'of( twenty. This conditionis W., II.- Coleman Pastor. MEICTINU. BREAKER REALTY COMPANY

crlf3eRn not due unpatriotism'' of Kissimrnco Make thrift your by-word.. Notice In hereby given 'that the annual s KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
of Stockholder of
meeting the!
women but rather: to their tho United Land ;& Investment. Company
thoughtlessness. Next Friday a list will be h..II'ln the office of W. II.Cm ---.----
Classified Advertisements v. ford. at. Ki.eimtneol Florida, on
will! be published showing the names Monday' October 14th 1018, at ten I. OO OOOoO Hoo"OHOOOOOOOO"Ooo.: ..
of those who are not shirking .their o'clock a. m" for the .1..11011 of director FOIL 1IIV. NAWM IY! IIOX t 0
mi. J. n. 1I111.IIIKIl 1.
1'I.KJVniU and the <'AH
CATTI.M KA1IM WIJI.I. for the ensuing >'cmr IKJTTKIOB '" ,
n 6Iaqs share of the work. I.OfAl KI>. transaction of auch: other business anproperly i i Top of (he IIBIUIBS i L.kel..d. FloridaWPravtle .
of the dresBinge 1600 ACRES land located five tnlln before sold m 'tSecretary . > Look for the lire] KroBt.. Khaw'sHolel. LIsaHed to surgery. a V
Work rooms surgical may I _...
Pyyo from' KIsBlmmvec In Onceola co'V. R. CRAWFORD: > lBlek l.VBh mm* ItlBlaar Itlmr-mmrm .f w. < vOfne '
department are"open Wednesday Florida.' Can KO to farm on county Ingi and Treasurer. Co H...,. I............. KlB. (1_. day I KarelleBt Hoapltal KBrllMlea.T
rATrYPRESS the land havlnit/ about on'mile o"t 1 d .1.... HBlrk Merrier hood<. T-M-B 1)yekr. Hid*.
; Thursday end Friday mornings __., .. S19 East Mala St.
'beautiful lake front, with 600 acres i. Three l)oor. *.|. .f A.
and Friday afternoon. fenced hour tight adjoiningthe '. L. Ticket Qf..... Bane Bide of .. ... MeBldeBee Phone. . 15 1
lake; two-atory, houae, good barn a Htrrrt. -A. P. II H"W. l'roi>rle<.". O P
Work rooms for the 1.OIIpital.gar-! and ahc;la, three one fldwlnir well*. MANHATTAN HOTEL ooto.o
nearly thla tract la In the .
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1918 ments open every 'afternoon except lan lt.where line flowing walla can;; Now Open for the Winter Season.A I
Thursday and Saturday, and on be had. Owner la a Kanaaa man who oa oootttt.OOOO.OtOO"t.OtoO.OOtOOoOOtOOOOO t(
has three ranches .
; hla son la In '
WORK FOR Thurday morning France doing; ,his bit an4 owner baa -
."NO ONE SHALL .p Mrs. N. C. Bryan who .i 15 personally too much to look aftar. 1VII1 sell Family Hotel With, all the Cora- '
y this rtno propertytoaether: with joo
FAME. in charge will be assisted by Mrs. head of cattle, five mules, and growing forts of Home D. G. WAGNERReal
I crop for 146,000. Moat any favorable ,
Boy Scouts in some sections'of the S. II.. Bullock. term .of payment can be -

t country are.posting up in their troop 11/HOUSEKEEPERS'/ SCHOOL. large made. lake Here, la very a fine on Free a RATES $230 PER DAY : state[ and a:
booklet and full Insurance'Agency |
rooms part of one of Kipling poems created parties. Nelson particulars: Realty to Co.In* '

M particularly appropriate to their I Klssiromee, Fla, ,September 80th .to PINE school! 80 and ACRE church tract mile from town Special 'by the Week. i. ,
rood bearinggrove
l 4 principle of doing a' good turn daily October 6th. of 4 acrea one acre of young Gtizem Bank Building. Telephone No. ,30. ,
,and "helping other people 'at all: grove.,. besides peachea plum., and MRS. R. B. SAVAGE[ Prop.
I Kuavai; nve room house, and three KUsimmee, Fla.. ""/
times. This is it: room tenant house., farmfenced ..ndcro.e "
Are interested in: ,
fenced good land and will be *
And only the Master shall praise us, .
sold at
a bargain price and favorable
And only the Master shall blame; Producing' more food? terms of payment. .on A. Strout Farm, Agency; maintaining big general ;'offices in NeVr"
Saving more food? ,. "' FIVE ACRES close to city I'limit.,
shall work for York Philadelphia Boston Chicago and other cities'' for the corn-
And no one money \ better food? fenced 4 room house good _land ; I
i V And no one' shall work for fame; oaly I860. Time on part If t4ealred. A. E. DROUGHT venience of home seekers'. If wish tell write at
|, .The instructive value' of food? FINE: CHICKEN FARM, close to city you to me once,
Q But each for the Joy of the;,,working limit, rood bulldlnica,.. water. work,
f ti .And each in his separate star What the body needs? bearing frulta, a large lots and & 115 Broadway you pay no feet of any kind, unless we sell your proPl 1r. No changes
> How to supply this need?' acres, pretty east front, I owned bvnonresident for listing withdrawing advertising.
Shall make the thing as he sees it.'it II who will eel This I.a I. or
Cornel! Come Real Estate and Insurance
For the God"of things as they are.. every fine bargain; come let ua ahow We also represent the New York' Life Insurance Companyand
f o' A twice' a .daylll!!! Hear the lectures and you good neighborhood. and fine location '
It ; REPRESENTS : the Ocean Accident; and Heal.h .
::1. MEETING OF G. ,,A. R. POST see the demonstrations 'on composition WE CAN locate you If you mean bwaln. 0 .
of foods preparation of focus, ..... Come to the land of fruit The Home Insurance Co. of New ooooooooO OOOo.oooooooootoooooo.oooo.o.ooooooo.o.
and flowers, and enjoy a beautiful / '
i f _. 1.tI wheat substitutes food for jhc chifd! climate. "VNKI. York, the National Fire InsuranceCo. .

s' .5 O. (>.?.,Howard Post G. A. R. and' sffgarless sweeta' balanced menus. .*()N REALTY COMPANY of Hartford The Sun, and Buy Bonds and Back the Gun that i I The.More Bond the Fewer, Casual-:

i; ' Sedgewick Circle\ Ladies of ,G. R., Miss Albina Smith County r Home WANTED. --White cook and home- other reliable companies Hit the Huns. S S (ties.
j met to enjoy their monthly social Demonstration Agent will conduct keeper. Apply Valley Gazette 8tfAT many

.S S .e .p Wednesday afternoon'"at the home of a housekeepers<:short course in Kis- A BARGAIN PRICB: -Underwood -- .

Mrs. F. J. Van Duzer. This Fourth simmee, beginning Monday September Typewriter In rood condition L'n- .
quire (II Mabbette St. '
'I '1 /Wednesday; Social Is. usually held at 30th. 'Miss Smith will be assisted 17-tf OSCEOLA HOTEL I WISH TO SAY TO THE PEOPLE THAT'IW .
I h FOR RENT-Nice Furnished
the G., A. R. Hall but all gathered"at by the State force of Demonstration Apply to J. McPhatter. 28-tf HANDLE NOTHING EXCEPT fIRST CLASS
f # DuzerV time in workers.A GOODS ?
} : Mrs, Van at this :
FOR SALE-Eighty acre: IS acre.cleared ill.oJH'n for the Fall and Winter
"f +4 a honor of ,her guest Miss Bertha fee of fifty cents for the week oaten and under. fence S acres In 12th. and not trashy stuff as some claim. If you hare any doubts, just try
Season Sept.
c ; .*Twitchell of, St. Petersburg, Past cents a day will be charger! tcovet bearing cypress; orange.timber grove on; $1,000 tract.worthof four- spendingthe buying a,bill, and if you are'not entirely satisfied,. we will gladly
Department president of Ladies G. A. expenses, which are not otherwise room house and kitchen. Also 60 Families contemplating refund '
,' \, P head of cattle and.a good bunch of winter in Klssimnee will,fin" your money just as willingly ss we took it. All we ask Is a
; ; W ,R. .The rooms were very pretty with provided for. range hogs looae on the ;
range.. accommodations plea and 'and trial. We,are Having big trade but of the animal ; ,
:. fi't' iii-' of in Farming tools. and Implements. Located our a we are .nature
yeses bright flowers setting -
WEtKL REPORT near Kenanavllle, Price '14,500 want .
very OF SALES half each balance term home-like. and more.
; ':\\1 many places. One boquet was, Kennnsvllle. to *uK B J
H ,
Guy Fla.
,? suggestive for ,this occasion of red

).. t white and blue, on porch tabl Thrift ,_ ____.,,____,,____,.___ 5 FARMERS pIe copy-of Send the today Florida for Farmer a free. am and> MRS. W. ARNOLD Georgia- / Cane Syrup11b -. Potash large .can, .,.___..__ .11

(' .The afternoon"was'very enjoyably II. C, ,Stanford,. W. S. S_.__.*_. 2 Tell. about liv1estockaraising ''ele.Ing rRorwrTRtss : can ,--71?_- .16 Cal. Peaches, heavy syrup _. .25

.)' ,. 11 apent In visiting after which.refreshii" Story Store Thrift, -_.._..r.*,. 1 poultry,, citrus r re: and, true.: 6-lb, can ._.........._.._ .55 Cal.. Peaches, small ........ .14 4ri4

,;.:- menta of war time cakes I .and' ice Central Drug. Store, Thrift ,_,?. 2 ? 10-lb can,.._.._.,,._......_ 1.10 'Tomatoes: No. 1 can 10c:3 fo .25 '
'f r 'cream were served. Wenner-Sawyer Co., for o oo oo atooooooo oooooooooo ooaooooo o ooo

: Much sadness waft felt on erceiving Public' Schools W. ,S. S._._ __ 11 Coal Oil gallon_____________ .15 Tomato Pulp lOc 3 for __._ ".25

a phone mesage that one of our Thrift ___....'_..___.;_.r_::___ ,70 Tuna Fish, can__________.. .15 Best Pork and Beans,. can... .15

members, Mrs. Wahla Edwards wasfiery Woman's II. G., W. S,, 8.4.,.,, ;l Black,.Ey'p= aM. 13'' Pifor-L,, ..25 Small cans ,.....,.........._ .09

seriously ill, who is nt the' home Thrift's. 4W.; .t.' : l 23 ; : ,Lima Beane: 18c. 2 Ibs, fors ,ali Maxwell-lIo'J8._ tltee__;; ,,c n __ .32
*" : oaofiher daughterMrs. Cooper. ';north part of town.. Comrade Porter Lawrence Tress" Thrift __.__:.___ 9 ticense Notice Oat Meal package ___._____. .12 Whiteliouee Coffee. can __:_ .35

took several of the ladies-in his car Osceola Hdw, Co.. W. S. S._.__.. 1 Best Evaporated peaches, ._ ..17 Senate best there is ,__-,..' .35

,,,., '. to see Mrs. Edwards. They then 'came W. B. Witherspoon Chairman.ANNOUNCEMENT Cheese, ,Ib, ??_._.....,?_ .35 Arbuckle.----___.,.____ .24
w to Mrs., Van Duser's, reporting they "
S Navy Beans, 2 Ibg., __?_ .35 Cheek Neal Coffee, 3 ]ba. __._.85
found this slstar: very low, indeed.
S t .. They bade each other good-bye with Calumet Baking Powder lOco 1 Ib can Cocoa ............ ..25

sad hearts feeling they were aboutto his The candidacy undersigned for the hereby office of announces County 13ce and ..-......?_._ .24 Pie Peaches ..*____?.??____ .16

lose another of their number. They Commissioner from the Fifth Com- All occupational license taxes Shredded Wheat, pkg ____,_ ,14 Chili Con Carne, __________:7,12

f 'realize'very soon they will all be missioner's District of Osceola County Post Tonstiea pkg. _._.. .13 Lunch Tongue ....__...... .29

=3 gone as they are" reaching the "three. General, Florida! Election to be to voted be held upon in.-at No.the are due and payable October 1st. Graham Crackers! large, _.. ,15 Best Jam large size. __.... .29

t. : score and ten. vember 1918. Graham Crackers small .__ .09 Peanut Butter large size,._. .29

?j Mark that the next Grand Army In explanation of my candidacy I Information will be filed U. S. Smoking, pkg.'_ .06 Peanut' Butter small size... .13 :

Post; 'will be formed of the heroes beg to say: Just following the Pri- against Prince Albert pkg. _....?. .14 Octagon Soap 7c., 6 bars__? .40. \

T pf our war overseas. The ladles will mary election Election contest in June between of this the yearan two George Washington; pkg. .. ,06 Fells Naptha 6 bars_______, .40

be the mothers and loved ones of our high candidates for the Democratic every person required to pay oc- Velvet, package .. .._. ._., .10 I'. G., 6 bars.........-..__... .40 j1

i boys in Brown instead of Blue andGrayContribu'ted. nomination of this office occurred Renos pkg;' ......-...... .06 Export bar. _.___...-_---.- .05

"f . ter the given case by was both tried out and 'who evidence cupation tax who has not done All others, pkg. .._....... .05 Ivory per bar, ...__.__.... .09

S parties Water Grandma's ....... .00
ground Meal lb..__._ .06 Laundry
J. B. Somerset and
were' B. H.
,I I the Judge of the Circuit Court Honorable Octooer 31st After Fancy Head Rice Ib._._.__. ,12 Lux Soap pks _--__-,._.__.12!%
+. NEW PLAY. COMING 50 on 1918.
James W. Perkins found that Rumford Baking Powder, Ib. .28 Sour Pickles bottle ____... .}6
i iE.
Somersett had the most ballots but Beat Salt Bacon ,32 Sour Picbles ottltl__-,____ .13
Tired burdened -
E. ; / humanity war ,
that both Somersett and
,aod' tax ridden, demand diversion disqualified because neither Guy of them were that date the license, will be Salt Bacon ..-.. _...... .28 Saur Kraut large' can...___ .13 \

, z -with little thought or worry as to its had voted for the Democratic nominee Bull Head Catsup, hot. 13c 2 .25 Sweet Pickles per can_._... .29

w, s r ,'artistic' origin. for Governor at the last General doubled in addition to fees of Eba Milk can -1_ ..05Eagle Apple Jelly, 8 ors., ........ .14

f, : r .If a play or its actors are able to extract Election but on teh contrary each Milk, ca __ 22 Grape Jell/, 8 OXI. __....4.. .14

Incessant laughter from an audience had voted for a man not 'the Democratic Carnation, can _:..___..._._ .06 Jams, 8 oz.------ 11
nominee. As Clerk and
; they were offering
r ; naturally disposed to be serious in a Democratic Primary under a Jaw Prosecuting St. Charles can _..._.__.._ .08 Thread ---------------e.. .06

I in those trying ,times the play requiring voters in such a primary tovoten I Van's Milk can ...... .06

' 'or actor becomes an unqualified sue the General l Election only for Attorney. 'If in doubt as to your Pet milk,.Baby, can ........ .06 FLOUR.

Democratic nominees, they were Alaga 24-lb __________:_ 1.70
u cess as well as n national benefactor. neither them Syrup; gal. ......... 1.10 Piltabury

' .} Mutt.and Jeff started a tidal wave Democratic'of nominee qualified for County to be Com the license consult Tax Collector or Alaga Syrup !%-gal. _,_; .65 Gold Medal 24-lb., ____.___f 1.70

'. , \ of 'merriment that has been contin missioner in this coming General Alaga Syrup No. 1 ._?__ .17 Colonial, 24-lbs.r ....-_*____ 1.70

' none and multiplying ydar<
1'" .since its inception. Like Bud Fish- there Democratic nominee for Prosecuting Attorney before date Crisco large can .__...__.. 1.90 Per pound all kinds _..... 1Y!
e ler's County Commissioner from the Fifth Crisco medium .1: _. ... Six pounds substitute to 24'
daily cartoons, as long as Mr. District chosen in the June Primary ,95 every
? \\Ilill is able to offer new comedy features thereby making it necessary for ad mentioned. No exception will be Crisco, smnJl........ ...... .60 pound Back. 4

It ; 1 each season, so longwill "Mutt candidates for County Commissioner Shorts 100 l1Js; .,...:..*..... 2.75 v! "

t bind Jeff play its yearly engagement from the Fifth District or otherwise, made and will immediately Sweet Feed, 100 lb'._..__._. 8.40 DRUGS :'
fto, capacity audiences. to Election go on by the petition.ballot at the General arrests Oats 100 Ibs., -1-3.GO Sulphur?, package .......... .0OS m 1W

; Situations ludicrous the'extreme Friends of mine in the Fifth Dis Corn, 100 Ibs., _...,,...._.. 4.00 Blue Label Vaseline, bot _.._

,.tare suggested by these funny fellows trict have signed such a petition asking follow failure to pay this Velvet Bean Meal :...____.. 2.30 Turpentine bottle .___.._ .10

r ,* and one does not have to stretch \Js roe to be a candidate for the of Minced Ham Ib ..__..___._ .30 Caster Oil, bottle ________ .10 t

?' imagination to any great extent to the fice Fifth of County District Commissioner, Osceola County from I : tax before October 31st. Potted Ham Libby-i, _... .05 Castoria bottle f"------, .80 1

I. conceive just how funny they will be Florida. I have accepted the petitionand Corn Beef Hash, can, 13c, 2._ .25 Epsom Salts box ,,,-.___-, 'O5

bs "honest-to-goodnoas"" cow offer for the office Beef, pork and Veal Loaf, ca .20 Camphor bottle ............. .10 a
District Salts box: _:_ ... ,.05
boys. Everyone in my' knows -
'S j me'but Household Ammonia, bot.... ,10 Tablets box
Quinine ._ .. :15AU
as the office will be voted allover .
:Mr. Hill has furnished an entire the. County and on Blueing! ,;'bottle ____,.___.;;._ .05 Other Things Accord1ng7-!
some 'of the .
new' ;scenic? equipment in keeping voter of the <:
,. Connty may not knowme. We B. CRAWFORD '
with the bright gorgeous costumes I state that I am a Democrat and
that rival a $2.00 Broadway production have always voted as a Democrat. I / EVERYBODY,' INVITED. TO'JNSPEcr' OUR'' SANITARY STORE 'J
and a chorus of real beauties held. the office of County Commissioner Prosecuting Attorney AND' GET' PRICES. Our MotU is; Cordiality$ the i
.In this pound and 100 Cent .. tae Dollar. .,
County for four
..who can both ting' and dance. Tbearegoer vim 1911-1t14 inclusive.' yean, L.. OUT'OF TOWN ORDERS
$ '> 'who have laughed at Mutt (hen made is open to inspection. I . i : ; 4 J

.. .and Jeff, perhaps: many ,time/"**will pt IMge myself to a fair, neat' and 40-41 . Tax Collector :

,1 nd tbi* entirely new, as clean business administration of the CUT PRICE CASH ;GROCERY
i to kav. tiw .offw .of ping! an faDcb..r tho County and a faithful .
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SEPTEMBER 2T. 118'' .. Ptvm

llil For bargains In Paint mid Vrnishes. LUKE' BR1NLEY ri
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INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS So* W. B. Maldnson Co. Luke Brinleywms born the 16th of

W. L. Wetherbee, of Lake Barton; January, 1845, in Ashland .county,
... . .. . . ...00..0.... Mr. and Mrs. J, El; Davi returned visited tho city Wednesday. Ohio. Was raised on a farm and en.

< I home from St. Louis Wednesday' J. T. Burckhalter1 made a business listed in Co. ','152 Regiment of Indiana -

j : Weather Report ; Bargain prices in Loaded Shins) trip' to St. Cloud Wednesday. Infantry in '65.:- He was dis-

and Rifles. See W. B. Makinson Co.* You do the chootlngf: end we will charged at the close of the war.

E .L. the srlfle He was. united in marriage to
Captain Lesley made a business supply or hot gun. W. B.
'l Following are daU'i'tempera. trip to Jacksonville this week. takinson Co. Anna, Latta in '1869. There were i
tures and twelve childern born to this union
precipitations ,
as reported
John Bronson motored to St. Cloud :Mrs. J. R. Mallett, of Savannah,
by Government stationat eleven are still living; two of the sons
KlRsimmee fo- the week end. Wednesday: on a business mission. Ga, arrived Wednesday night on a
are now in the lie to
i < > ing Thuroday, Sept-26. R. D. Libby'of Union Center transacted visit to her: daughter, Mrs. G. W,. Florida with his
family one
year ago;
Ma. Min. Rain business in the Persons.
died at his residence at 414 Babbette
Thursday, ...... 93 70 Read oar ad in Classified' list; 'wo Beautiful. co'tage homo close in; Street, September 19 1918.
; ; Friday ____h__ 81 69 have bargains. Nelson Realty Com nicely furnished, will rent or se'l.! .
Saturday, ...... 80 66 Nelson Realty Company. *
I I Sunday) ........ 85 69 pany. RALLY DAY PROGRAMAT SEE YOURSELF AS, OTHERS SEE 'YOU. About tie only way or at
F. H. Heata of Shine Creek, was C. S. Raney, ticket agent at Camp THE '
\ | Monday, ----.-.e82, 68 39 ; ; one of the out-of town.visiton T"hurs- Johnston, Jacksonville, spent Sundayand -BAPTIST CHURCH least one of tie very beat way to do this, U by meant of the splendid,
." 1 Tuesday...... 68 67
! Wednesday, ___1 87 64 day.Don't Monday. here 'visitIng: his friend. Opening song--Chorus, "A, place in '. mirrors attacked to our dressers, chiffoaier! and dressing.tables.,
Geo. W. ,
Persons. Ranks
t; forget the datq of Miss .Ban the for You. -
ol '
i'+ H"'OOUOooooO.'OOOO'. dy's; .MilirierY Opening, Saturday;'October Rev.; 'Dr. White! presiding elder for Scripture Reading-Henry Ed WE ARE AS PARTICULAR ABOUT THE MIRRORS at w. are

,lth.) .. the Orlando district, preached an interesting .wards. about Me design, wake and Tuuli of the furniture. itself, and' you will

L ) Orlando.J. D. Jeffords" spent Wednesday: Mrs. W. J. S. Carr= and MIss'Kath- sermon on "Stcjwardship" Response-Superintendent'and lib;. always .be able to view your physiognomy to the bed advantage through

b' erine Carr returned from Coronado at the Methodiot'church last Sunday Carson's "class. the mirror attacked to (malt.,. purchase kere.
j Your! house needs. painting. See Beach, Monday night. night. Dr. White was accompaniedon Song-- 'Hear Ye," Chorus
W. B. Makinson: Co". his 'visit here, by H. B. Leake, of Reading John Anderson.
The shooting season Is approach-;>> Orlando.Dr. . Song-Beginners. ,
{ See the the .
Empy go over top at 'nil' Load dp with Loaded Shells.
'R-,. a. Casino today, v W:, B./Maldnson-. '* C. A. McKay who has been ading--Comella Lancaster. at T71. SaWaclOF7 oS'ON" I i'

W. W. Clark, of.the Point, was in with the. Corner Drug Store the past Hymn Congregation.. v
Mrs. C. H.
Summers went to Or- Hor|>r and Promotion List Mrs.
: the city Thursday. several months, has accepted a position .
-- -- -
lando yesterday 'to join Rev Summers N. C. Bryan.
..i Dr. F. F .H.' Pope, of St. Cloud, is for a few days. open up manage the Seminole Solo-"Let Us have 'Peace'," Min-
at St. Cloud which .
looking after business matters, (nKisslmmee
H. kie
F. Lawson is spending a couple closed Gardner.
\ ,* was by ,tho sheriff. several
today. of days at the Point where he Is engaged weeks ago.Lieut. Exercise by seven Juniors. iIineyOpeniflg
\; A large showing of nobby Hats at ''in spraying his grove. Reading. Earl Lupfer, Jr.
Miss ''Bandy's Milinery Openln ;'Sat- Stock Pitzsimmons, Doton; :Munos Song-"Over the Top," Chorus...
men, write us for particulars
t urday, October 6th. Parmley and Tromble' and Sear Offering.
.ol..some of our'ranch bargains
; we geant Lawrence of Carlstrom Field,
R.l.lph' JBearden came down from have' them. Nelson Realty Co. arrived irt their airplane last Saturday Address on ,Slate Missions-Pas r f

Orlando and, spent a few days visiting ,- J., C. Ledbetter ,tor.
and family have after. noon, and spent' Saturdays '
his mother,thls week.'! -. Lj moved from Thonotosassa into the C. night, and ,.Sunday; the gu'es't !tof ;'Hymn, ,: "America.' "-'.. .', .. SATURDAY 'OCTOBER '5 ,

A few bushel of Irlch potatoes lot W.: Dann property' on patricV street friends in this 'city. W4 understand ,
seed at bargain'price. See us. Nelson Lost. A pair of aide curtains 'another delegation .from OorryJEieldwill : ", LECTURE'SERMONS': ...,; .
Redty t'i i anal I i There'wftf 1Ht'tive: : at the Christian ., ,
,JComPa..nY' top coverto Saxon roadster. $1.00 be here, tomorrow" .to: "remain / 4 1 :4
The preaching hour wilL be S d t' church' benhinjr; next :Sundayevening ,, ,
regular reward for return to Tyner'Garage:" : over .. n Y"'f""* :''' '" '
combined with the Rally Day :'pro f b s series ofleeture'sermons.The ,
411tpd.'Frank Fun that pure, music...of the "C
i gram at the'' Baptist church Sunday.A Elwee of St. Cloud passed 'est kind settings, mountings and special reason',for the'course is Miss Bandy will have 'a' beautiful
electricai that in the. world crisis now going on .
little Vtmish goes a long way through the city Thursday,on a visit innovation that dazzle, the lanes of cleavage in church, and
S-V to brighten things up. Bargain to his brother, Walter Elwes, at Or- comedians and yaudovillo acts of'the i '
denominational lines will in, all line of hats The
prices 'at' W. B/Makihson Co.iA Undo. ,)highest grade, ore some of the things I probability on display.
be as' marked} as in the political ;
card has been received by his Rev. and Mrs. J. 3. Farmer will return that make "Mutt and Jeff in I organizations. In fact these changes
parents this week announcing the tomorrow from Atlanta. Services the Woolly West" the foremost of all I are already being nbticed by very newest ideas from

safe arrival, overseas of Don Seiver. at the Mission will be held Sun farce, comedy productions, which is leading denominational writers.
lot, day''night: tho' happy combination cf wit that New York"P .
Nice corner with two houses These lecture'sermons will be nonsectarian *
close in, shade and fruit; call.nnd let Clay Partin, L. E. Partin, J. A. win October be !keen theOalino' Thursday, I ; the purpose being to show '* iladel-l 7V

.us show. you a real bargain. Nelson Barclay'and Eu ne'Jonea, of the I the origin and development of each phia and
Realty Company. *f Partin Settlement, ,*pent' Wednesday W.,JI. Arnold, who went to Muscle'i denomination and what each has con- :#!: '

Mrs. S.''L. Lupfer who has{ been in Shoals,' Ala:, about two weeks ago, to : tributed to the, religions thought 'and of ii.

seriously ill at tho Gordon Keller hospital Lieutenant Colonel F. H. Jenkins work for the government, returned I general world1 development.The .- '

in Tampa has so far recovered left. Tuesday morning 'for few home last Saturday. ,Mr..Arnold was i series will be' aa follows:, ti

as to'be. able to'J'et.nq home.. w cks"fishing. : with W.' J. S. and Roy token Muscle, ill Shoals shortly, and after returned his arrival home as at Sept.. 29.-The Old.;< Testament I Everybody Who Is'' Anybody Advertises Their "Wants" la the Catette, .
'flats Carr at Coronndo Church.
For Rent-Two' furnished Beach. '
soon'as he was able to travel.
with modern conveniences. W. B. Dan O'Berry bad the misfortune Oct. Preparatory period qt Now
Ernest E. Brown, 'who 'lives at Church:
Testament .
Harris Gazette 38-tf.
office. to scald his arm the other day I
while Campbell but is operating a shingle ,Oct. ,13.-Philosophy' of Denomina-
H. Fleming' returned this week fooling with a Ford radiatorin
mill at Wimauna, on the weat'co..t, tionalism. _
from hid BUmmel' visit to his an effort to procure'some
regular '
in Kissimmee Mr. Brown' Stock -
water was Monday +.Oct..2-Th.( Catholic Church. Complete frf
'old home at Athens,' Ga. Ho also
says the high cost of living is not Oct. 27Lutheran.; ,Church. 5
visited Indian Springs and 'other Osceola is the leading, cattle 'district

worrying Mm, as he Is selling all the Nov. Episcopal Church.
'' r' Georgia points while of Florida.
away. Better petin the shingles he make at
can a good Nov. 10.7-Baptist Church.
E. B. Morrey, formerly of KUsim- game. Free .booklet and particulars price, and his oranges and ,cattle are : Nov.' 17.-Christian Church. DOUGLASSHigh
mee, but now engaged in the real es to interested parties. Nelson Realty
bringing him better returns than, The public cordially, invited to ._
tate businese at Apopka, came down Company. ever ,before. attend, these services.

and spent Monday looking' after M. M. Javensy county agent, 'leaTeti Rev: C. H. Summers, of Camp ,

'' uain' this city.', ,?' Sunday to attend the meeting'of the Johnston, Was here this week visitIng KEEP' THE. HOME FIRES BURNINGA. Shoes for Men

Mlss... Mattie:' Bella'Harris"who, ; ;is county agents of the State at' the : his family. Mr. Summers, who i S. Nelson will conduct the Lay- Top :

f teaching in the,Winte.r l1apenipubllcechoole University' at Gainesville', ,' nnd' will, be,,- is now'in the Y, M. C. 'A.,work at the mans meeting at the Methodist S.' S. , ', ., ,,l >. i ,

"; ?;came hornet last 3 Friday!and absent''" >for one!.week,-- spent thee- week-end With' her'parents, M. A.'Godwin", of'1 Fort Meade is :working'up interest in the United o'clock'' Come Join us for a short : : i

;, returning to that place Sunday- after staying at the Manhattan. Mr, God- War Work fund among the negroes hoars' service, and receive a blessing. H.C.STANYFORDCO. ;

a noon. .' win has been working for the Consol ,of the State. He says he finds the! The, object of these 'meetings is to .
'We have a fine little farm well Im- idated Cattle Co., end expects to con negroes deeply interested in the draw men in 'every walk of life

proved, with about 20 acres in cult!. tinue with that company. work, and' thinks he will have no "Nearer" to God."

vation, for rent, close to Kissimmeo Send in the name of your soldier or trouble in raising. the quota assigned
o'n ,brick road. Nelson Realty Com> sailor to Miss Helen Bass .If his name 'to them. METHODIST CHURCH

;pany. *, has not been published in the honor Complaint is being made by citizens Preaching; Sunday at 11 a.' m', and .
On account of the increase in priceof roll. It' is desirable to complete this living in the north end:! of town 17:30'p. m. r

films, the Casino will advance list as early as possible. tha Main street abovo the Midland Morningsubject, "How to ObtainProsperity s

prices Monday next to 10, 15 and 20 Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Story received railway is being used as a speedwnyfor in Everything."

cents.; These prices will include Friday word this week from their son Sam, autoists, and that the lives of Evening i subject, "Moses and the! .
features unless it be one of the who is serving his country in the children in t.bat'scetion is being en- Prophets."

extraordinary large attractions. (Navy. department. While the card dangered every day by this practice. k Weekly prayer period, Wednesdayat

, St. John's Guild of the Episcopal failed to state any address it brought This is just" hint that the'speeders 7:30 p. m. {Special! Intercession M
church will meet at the home of Mrs. the welcome message. of health and should hold up, and if it is not heeded will be made at this service for our

Clay Johnson, next Tuesday afternoon happiness. we suggeBt'th'.t' a few $10 fines soldier boys. Let everybody in Kis

x October 1st, at half past: three Miss "Maude Thomason who accom- in the mayor's court might> have a simmee go to' some church next Sun

o'clock All the*'ladies of the church panied Congressman W. J. Sears nnd salutary eff'&ct.BETIIEL day. v '? We
are cordially invited to be present.. wife on a two weeks motor trip to .
; John J K. Witherspoon, son of Dr. Washington lost summon returned CHURCH MISSION Bethink it well before you' add an. u '
and Mrs: W. Ifc Withcrspooii; left home Saturday. Miss Thomnson ox- Sunday School, 10 a. m., R. A. Bowen -' other thorn to your conscience, by 'i High' Quatity

,:: Friday for ,Maysville, Tenn.. where he tended her vacation to includo a visit superintendent. failing to keep your war savings
has entered the Students Army at Hendersonville, N. C., and pointsin Preaching at 7.80. Pastor will be pledge. Pure Fresh

Training Camp. He expects to enter: Alabama.Do at home and take charge of the work ( *7i , *
Piles Cured In 6 to 14
again. J. J. FARMER Pastor.
Marine Aviation I
in due season the' not; blame us if you do not get *rcfow'naPAZO OINTMENT fall Drugs
Corpse. your paper: after this week. If you to......Itching. Blind. BieidlnInMutly *or Pre mlpa Pilot.
Bonds Put the relieve tubing P"sail m can let
Dam in Potsdam.
. U. E.; Swnbey i ia in receipt of a letter are in arrears we must take your re.ttul aleep after th. lint appllcaUolL. Price 600.DracsUt fills prescriptions
from Thos. F. Baynes, lets wnn- name off. You may be as good pay l ng

tii ager of the Graystono Hotel. under as a bank, but this will not be an excuse l and

date of September 22nd. Mr Baynes : for: us to violate the paper conservation r We them t,
s is now in Champaign, 111., and stated; ruling. Look at the label

that he hoped to be able to return ,on' your'paper. It gives the :year and H ,

.:, I soon to Florida and again enjoy the month of expiration of your subscrip Kind Friends '

c: balmy climate. tion. : ,9

? Charlie Regero returned homo this Hon. N. C. Bryan returned home I.
!1:/.:: week from Gainesville, where her .Sunday from Camp Gordon, near At- The i impossibility of getting dependable help, and our personal ': *

s went"to, enter the Students Army lanta, where he went to visit ,his son, bad health, is forcing us out of'the'old line'grocery business. We : TIle CENTRAL'S" NURSE:, SAYS: .- .
;S. .. Training Corps at the State ,University. MaJot Eugene ,C. Brynn, :prior'to his t -
!4' ., He found the conditions lIomeI' leaving for Camp Travis, Texas, certainly thank you for your nice patronage and many kind words, : Do you want 'to "guess" whether or: not the//,

:what different from what he expect- where he has recently been ordered. and we are very sorry we cannot continue to handle orders 'land : medicines you take are full strength and pure or do '
1r "'*d;; and has decided to go in the Navy Eugene has been at the head of the your you want to KNOW It. '
," .instead ''provided that branch of the intelligence-department at Camp Gor- .supply your needs, but we will be unable I; carry any accounts, after : .

'service: is opened for enlistment. don for some time, nod was recently
October 1st. But will make : You want to KNOW it Is right
; we some very attractive cash prices on
Captain to Major.: ,
: :, -Thla'i?f" the Mat week for the payment promoted/from

tto.w -c of nbacriptUnc* ; to the' Red Mrs. W.. J. Frlpp and daughter, some of the best there is to eat. :. Then ,boy your drugs and drug store things from '

:, '_ '" Cross fund. The payments run from Miss Carolyn, returned homo Wed Thanking : again for your: favors we'solicit kind :
.you past ,; your our store..-the drug store that ,has earned .Its enviable .
\ after
July first to,October first. After the nesday night> spending a ,very "

", t latter 'date all "'subscriptions unpaid delightful summer': their former remembers,nce. Very'.!truly_ '" : .reputation. by earnest, honest, capable service
,I will become delinquent:. "ft i Sa earnestly horn in Ohio.' Mrs. Fripp -visited, : : f "'
f- to the people this community.;
%' hoped that thefew'who. have not her sister'at Urbana, and was ",tbe .t" lor's'-Groce'' '. ; ;, ,
&, yet yaM williJa
,,.... night.: ,Theihpvld I ,be no ,, qne-ttyin'' the payment' of' ,these Carolyn went d1r edy'to. Chicago for ';00. "-- I "

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S-U-D-S II._The' Usefulness of Farm Agents I P Does Work of Six 4 'Horses'.'

There Is more or less tendency to to constantly. learning' and o; imparting ;
criticize the county demonstration information to those who Diet of KeroseneOne

1 TV /pLLIONSof'em., agents' but there are no more useful need adVice, on

.1VJL glorious, bursting, and diligent men at work in the country -(I At tWs 'tim. of a world crisis it is

I 1 bubbling suds surging They help untiringly in all of the duty of every farmer to seize of.these little Avery 6-10 II. P. Tractors which w. sold down nat *

through the water-driving dirt out the problems in fann'Ufe in cultural 'every opportunity to do everything BelUire is doing the work of six horses and mules. r;

of clothes. How fast they do work methods, to secure seed fertilizer I Iin the best way, to avail himself of . And fa.doing it better. Hot days'don't-wcVry It.
-here, there everywhere Into and machinery, in combatting pests the help offered by the government And, instead: of two-dollar corn, I* common kerosene.A .
f corners, through-the fibre of the and diseases which ,threaten and ,Injure through' its agents who are already pair of the mules it displaced sold for almost as much as the
cloth,right down to the hem of the crops and animals, an. din helpIng ] I I ready and willing' to serve tractor cost. ' \
And look at the dirt it (
garment. ; I e
in many score unthought-of' ways. The time is coming when there will
Just rolls out, It can't hide anywhere' 1V
-not a speck left when GRANDMA They have proved .their worth; says be no more agents' whose work will
4 is after it GRANDMA Just drives the State Marketing Bureau. I be specialized in fruit, raising, trucking
P dirt out and gobbles it up. Cleans Their 'advice as a rule is worth animal husbandry and other departments

anything CRAN DMA Is PouNI.rwd while because they are students, they J of farm life, Schooling
Wash' Soap. No dining or chipping and. see how things are being done thebeet' ;!does not. end with instruction ir
the Woolen Sock* of bar
DO more. wasting soap now. way by. the most progressive youth., 'The world is progressing and:!
You Knit with Granama r
\ ,farmers. supplied with up to ,date men who expect to get ahead must
,J'' Information by government experts A,constantly learn of new and better
GRANDMA'S Powdered Soap and accordingly render useful ways of doing things.

Ii. 'assistance under all conditions. This country has ..more than. .100

It The crops, In this and other states miUian'' people, and there Is difficultyin
Your Grocer Has It .- would! not be what they are at this providing food. What will]) it be

I time when there 'is needof every 25,, years from' now-when our, population

thing in the line of food stuffs exceptfor will reach well up to the, 200 millions -

'conty agents., They should. have if the average increase is main-

THE FOOD QUESTION.More The September forecast of, the hearty co-operation of all farm- tained The land must be made to This little tractor is one of six sizes which we fell-all specially
crops ers. They don't pretend to know everything produce more, ,With better marketingand equipped.cud odaptc-d for Florida Bcrvicp..It will allow the small
corn Is being in Florida shows a shortage of a half billion
: grown but their observation in go- distributing methods to avert farmer to adopt the same methods- user) by the biz fellows.
this than ever before. All bushels of corn, as compared with
year ,
ing about gives them an opportunity distress. > Write ua of your tractor needs; and let us suggest the solution.
parts of the ear, husk, blade and stalk last year. This is serious. Florida
-- - -- - - -- ----- ---- ------------ ---- --- --- ------ -- -- -- - - - - -
can be made use of, says the State growers should take every, 'precau L B. Skinner Mfg. Co. 'State Agents."
w .Marketing ian to their ,
Bureau.! Every bit of feed save crops. SEASONABLE SUGGESTIONSFOR
'will be needed this winter. I B. C. Skinner, Mgr.

Experience in other states shows FALL GARDEN CROPS Le Avenue, Duncdin, Florida *P ii i
that where the growth, of stalk is ",. Slut Affent Novo TCnvIn* .
If medium to heavy and in good CO Lion, an acre of it will produce rough WHOLLYDELIGHTFUL Continuous Planting I. Urged. During .September...and October the Packing HOUM Machinery Overhead lrrl..Uon.Outftte: .

1'' feed for a steer or cow through the root vegetables should be planted.

winter. -' September I if generally) considered These should' include turnips 'of the
s Corn now has many uses. The Calotab, the new harmless and Purple Top Globe variety Beets of
the of the fall
Marketing Bureau has samples of ,nauaealess calomel!, may now be obtained beginning vegetable the Early Oxblood and Early Eclipse ,RED CROSS FAMILY REMEDIESMany
thirty-three different products made at almost! any drug* store Asa planting period, and plans should be varieties should be planted. Carrots

i from corn, including sugar, rubber, liver 'cleanser and system-purifier made for the systematic and continuous can also be planted, the Oxhart and able Chemists and Doctors were called into service in perfecting. this, .N 1'
soap, oil, ''sUrch, gums, etc., useful the new calotabs are even more effective planting'.of such crops for home Half-Long Orange being the varie- line of Red Cross Remedies. ,
and necessary articles not dreamedor than the old style calomel, yet ,(consumption particularly, and for ties that'should'be used. This Is'an age of Specialists, and while one may' have distinguished achieve*.
tents to his credit in another is in t
one particular line excelling. something else.
thought of a few years ago. No there is not the slightest danger, nausea 'local! market incidentally, Prof. G. Owing to war conditions and the That very thing makes It possible for us to have a Red Cross Remedy for each .
cereal can be served :In more forms nor unpleasantness. K. MeQuarrie of the University of difficulty of getting reliable. seed, it ailment and enables us to give the consumer more than we promise or charge for.. .
for food end feed for man and animal One Calotab at bedtime, with a Florida extension.division,gives some is advisable to test seeds of these Each formula is) compounded with as much care and precision as if our.t?
7 than corn. swallow of water-that's all. Next timely suggestions along this line. crops before planting. An easy meth entire success depended upon that one Remedy. That's why NEUROTONE' .J
repairs shattered nerves, and Red Cross STONE ROOT and BUCHU
r L r, Harvey W. Wiley, former chief morning you wake up- feeling fine, If the land .has. ,been in continuous od for testing seeds of the turnip your kidneys in a normal and Healthy; condition. I,puts',
r/f the U. S. Bureau or Chemisrtery, with a hearty appetite for breakfast. crop production for the last several family is to take a few seeds and Red Cross Remedies are not Patent Medicines. The formula is printedon
and one of the .warld'. leading food Eat what you please, fruits, acids or months, this is an opportune time for throw them onto the hot lid of astove. each carton in plain English. so that you know what they' are composed of

,4 experts, declares that. more of the mything. There not the slightest! ,the. application of fertilizer. The I Those that will pop or .jump and Toilet what Preparations you are taking.are Bold and More guaranteed than one hundred only by,Bed Cross. Remedies and

55 cereals should be bought in bulk In- danger of interference with your: best material for this purpose is well are of sufficient vitality to grow. By

,stead"of put up in fancy shape. In work. Calotabs are sold only in ori- rotted stable manure, preferably counting the number of pops in the CENTRAL DRUG STORE.zr'ww.

the latter form it is, more temptingto rinal, sealed packages, price' thirty- from the horse or mule stalls. This few tested, one can readily estimate
the taste, but it has rfo more food I Iva.1ue. '!lye cents. Your druggist will refund should be applied broadcast,' at the the percentage of seed that are good.A .

He says: "I will guarantee to our money if you are not delightedhe rate often tons per acre,..and,tharoly good way to test other varietiesof
keep any child I in perfect health, recommend them.-Adv.) mixed with the soil. seeds, such as beets, carrots and

t. growth and enjoyment on- a daily The return Among the crops that should get onions, is to put them in water.. All
i ration of one-half pound of corn meal triumph of our soldier first attention is dwarf ,Essex rape. that sink to the bottom are good and
boys will herald the
dawn of
c and one pint of milk a day. Cornbread a new Sowings of this should be made at those that. float, are bad. ....
and better day for the worlds clvill-
s corn mush, and any one oC a zation. two-week intervals from now until I This is a good timeof, the year to
:hundred corn meal.dishes, with baked Let us at home unflinchingly Christmas.. ,This makes excellentBTeens plant onion sets of the.white variety, -
fulfill our war duties, that .
{potatoes, an apple or fruit of some we may for the table, and is also ex- and onion seed may be planted now. .
1 the rapture of
: soul
kind, will supply a perfect diet for an a on ecptionable desirable as 'a .'poultry The Mediterranean varieties do well ,
that 'mom of bright hopes. Make p Get Yours Now !
adult, plain living of here
course. But good feed. Mustard of the Ostrich Plume in Florida The Australian
you can take it from me, the war has your war savings pledge. variety should be planted, sowings Brown and White Queen are especially It I '
killed luxury for this The Government 'through the Director of, .... \
generation. 666 cures Malarial fever. 32-10t >f this being made at two-week:. intervals recommended.. Toward the end of '
'Railroads ordering.. It's better for
- urges-early
during the fall., Cabbage plank I this'month the Bermuda seed will beI
k 'a.e 'a. I of the Jersey Wakefield variety and I on the market. Onlan'aeed should be you'for the.railroads.'for us-a vise move.There's f.

cauliflower plants' of the Early Snowball . (sown in a bed and transplanted when .: little reason for citrus growers to 'I

variety should be set out as 'soonas i the plants are aboutthe size of. a wait.-order out .fall and spring applications,, ,.

possible. '' .; gettse quill- / !r ,',, i..J'; .>(C': now. Vegetable growers face ldifficu1ti' ,*tb.ut! ::.-'
.. l11 will plant -- r? ,,0 s .ur you om? ,GetaTgoo[ ... ;
,LiBERTY'LOAN" ,_.... ,,"I ONE;" CHRISTMASAPACKAGE.PP ',.,tl THE FEEDS AND enough (or at least a fair acreage Dut order it k ,

v 'I WRIGLEY'S CLOTHES OUR SOLDIERSSince MAY BE SENT TO SOLDIERS i! out nou/..Armour's Fertilizers can be stored ,!J r

indefinitely without harm '
the beginning 'of the war, we WASHINGTON, Sept.21-Christmas -
standardized, fertilizers of proved''
have spent for Army use $37,000,000for packagesfor thetwo, and a half crop-mating ability, Our agents.and representatives
flour; $14,000,000 for sugar; million or more American soldiers
are well posted and will gladly go into I
$43,000,000 for bacon; $12,000,000 for who will be in France during the hal detail
with you. Drop us a card today:
beans;$9,000,000 for canned tomatoes Idayseason this year will be delivered ii' .
and $3,000,000; for rice. These are under an arrangement with the Armour Fertilizer .
; Enrich the SoiJ-lncrtai the YieUlHasten -
h only some of the large items in our Red Cross, it was announced today l Maturity-Improve*the Quality .

Army's bill of fare. We have spent by the war department.In I"
s 126,000,000; for shoes; over$500.000-.1> order to control the flood of Fertilizer W"orks. ::

; a 000 for clothing, winter and summer; gifts that otherwise would make the FloridaFertilizers.
a nearly $150,000,000 for blankets. handling of them, impractical, the department "Armour r-S-"o.

a Our axes for the ,Army have cost has decided that 'only one 'n, Zr:1..rvt:
i over $6,000,000; our rolling kitchens parcel will be accepted for each man. "WiffCl/C
$47,000,000 and field ranges $1,500- General Pershing Is forwarding coupons l/rt'!! ,: '

000. The Army is using 2,500,000 bearing the name and address

4 4a shovels costing $1 a piece Our motor -, of each member or the expeditionary
I'ti I I"I trucks to carry supplies and ammunition -' {force, to be distributed to the next of
Iq cost $240,000,000, and for
horsedrawnwagons' and carts we kin.These coupons must be attached to

hnve spent 37000000. Our 297,000 standard containers, 9x4x3 Inches in
local ----- ---- --------
provided -
horses and 132,000 mules have cost Islie, which will be by
I tie nearly $100,000,000; to feed them Red Cross chapters upon application.

has cost over $60,000,000 and the har- All packages must be mailed before

ness for them nearly 30000000. ,ovember 16.NOTICE, .B e tt er.Crops''
These figures are large, but we ,

I have nearly 2,000,000' men in France FREE SEED.

and nearly as many in cantonments About December 1st Senator Park
s r here, and the-United States and the Trammell will have for free distribution heavy yielda .f high clan products an .Deeeaary"to '

4 B people of the United States, through his allotment of government gar briag a b" net profit to the ,"wer. Th. ,
sJ the Liberty Lor.n are making; these seed. He is at present preparingthe .
den banner record for neb results bas bean held for '
{ soldiers safe and as comfortable, as
IIe list of names of those to whom tb lad "
quarter-century' by
ry powerful and effective as possible. these seed will be mailed. Those desiring -

Every subscriber to' the Liberty to have their name placed on

Loan has helped, and every subscri the mailing list will address, Senator Ideal Fertilizers +
bel' .to the Fourth Liberty Loan will
D. C.'
!o. jpark Trammell, Washington, ,
; .4r--. help to win the war. to
'4 Save forYour Country or Slave for Se.d for oar Free. Boob ea'aB commercial I

We will win this warrNothing In the silence of the night give a (the Hun. '. ,cops of Florida, also oar Spray C ta1ope. "' '

thought to the war savings pledge. Special; advice gladly am. ;
What does conscience tell tJACKSONVIUlf The Five-Pointed Star. R
your you ,
else really matters until we do.! The ancient Greeks used the five- ty t ?

pointed star. as a symbol of health.It ; ?
ri'Ice Wilson T.oomer Fertilizer c. X11
5 Yy still fulfills this ancient mission ,) M

you will ,find it imprinted on ?each .. 'M n. l ana
..I package of Chamberlain's Tablets. 'a ,
:7acbenQl. ,1
],A. Those tablets :have,restored hundreds f1a., kMnuxa '"
'f. 1 -( ... afflicted with I Indigestion "
: to health were j na w
J OLDEST biliousness or constipation. 1
..I. urHeR ESTABLISH!/). Give them a .trial when in need:'of stay +. .,.,.aa. ,

SrrD nouse, such.a medicine, and ryou1'are'.certain: 7 a+

.IN FlORIDA' to .b. pleased with"the prompt relief .
7 The Flavor'Lasts: stL YlMM-tA'it--JIM(.4'H'.' '' which they. ,.afford.'_ drove'* Tasteless chill:Tonic'' urove's:Ta tekM' ; chin.TonlcIwtons 1 .

_which_ \ vitality'MM! MMry by.s rllriae and' .t''.
arsenic d ioyitli I.-.Jad tr.mroIu l
,.), 666 contains:,not)| alcohol, totic.bloodylb.haled.Noq.a.. PrtotSOo., rittdaet' blood. Yes' ass sees tselMasumps-,, .
nor.other poisonous drugs.' .82.\Ot.l .A'" vainlador.dnt Rhet. Price cos, 'J. ; 1,,.'

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.1 Crawford Lee'Jamil m.., ?loHdti.

I'-t.' S. 6, and 7 CltUena' Osceola Hardware Co. '

Building Rex 1 is till domiciled1 with his friend vessel leaving the convoy, and this

; Florida Hon.. C. s.*Aeree and would be hardto 1 attack showed, that .these undersea \

please If present conditions did i crafts were afloat, but feared our ,Located oti KIsslmmee's

N ML W. W. CARSON not suit him Mrs. Acree is one' of larger vessels. One of our destroy

DENTIST the beat housekeepers that our county ers did get her, and my impression is ''BUSIEST CORNEROVENWARE 1

'. 'Offlee over PUl.,. Building, affords, and ha raised the girls to that this will be a. warning to themin

Offta. Hours: I_11. 1Phone -. the same; profession, and if 'you desire the future to keep out of the way.

i .' Aatatlt.r.lit .Realdenoa for 1latraoU.a.1'Phoa N 'to"sit down to a'table where all Th. enormous registration on the

Teeth Hhtrigs\ are In the best of shape 'right. last' draft shows'. what this countrycan You have heard of PYREX. the celebrated, Transparent OvenWare
is the place. do when called upon 'to act and.
ftere ,
Cooks '
lovely pudding., scalloped oysters and other similar
LEWIS O"BIlYANA'r1'ORNEYAT.UW Rex has letter to offer from the if ,this war dont end before the severe .
one dainties. They look beautiful on the table in the same transparent

front which reads as follows: weather sets in in the early dish in*which they 'are cooked. Let u' have the pleasure of showingyou.
spring' Sir William and his cohorts
Dear Father and Mother:-Having .'
"., Waring been out here long enough to.appreciate will be the winds Gen. ..

,what camp life is,..and when I Pershing could, with such support as We the ''They ,
sell Asbestos Sad
"" O. P. Oarr.Ucar he is receiving, give the huns a pretty Irons. are the best in the world.
:r"\ '.JOHNSTON & GARRETT toot around and .see. how well our good scare without any help. Thepresent OK AlDEED. save only the Electric Irons which we sell. too. Have just gotten a"lot i
: has for .
{government prepared u ton'
of Asbestos Sleeve' Irons. Made to iron sleeves and a'
Tf L. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Emperer of Germany, William Notice le hereby given that David purpose
elder that complaints chould be no
; Jennings, purchaser of Tax Certificate other things that tools. And they are small too. for
2nd has reigned since 1888.
,Mlcea 10, 11 and' :2 CitiMns Baal part of our talk. We have plenty to No. Id, dated the 7th day Of Au about two- da.
.r Building Grandfather William 1st, died 1887. A. D.l U e. hu. filed said certificate In they only weigh pou
eat good to wear, and good
my office, and has mad applicationfor
Jff, 1..llIIm. Fla. ,warm, comfortable quarters to stayIn When his son, the present Emperor'1father Tax Deed to. Issue In accordance:
with law. Bald certificate embraces Do like hash? Did wrestle with tough steak
ascended the throne, he Rich you you ever a
and just the timo we. have the following described altuatbd -
gathered to ard, I believe his name 'was,, only In Osceola County Florida, to- If you ever did either of these thing you will appreciate one.of our
'up .material enough
grumble about. along comes the paymaster lived about 90, days and the present wit land: being Lot 7 assessed In Block at 6, St the ef This the excellent Food Choppers. They effect a great saving of food and are

Emperor took his place. He la a man issuance of said certificate In the name ,,approved by Hoover.
and here comes the money of F. L Reed. Unless said certificateshall
'GORSOJ FIIR11IER and that always does make a fellow of about 58, and has..been'a great be redeemed according to law. tax -

tl feel good and the French girlies fighter all through'his rein.,' day deed of will October Unite A.thereon D. 1111.on the Itth Be it known unto -all ye men who shave that we have a good

J. L. OVKItSTRERT: stock of up-to-date safety viz Auto Ever-Ready. Gem
come with their Parley Vous to sell I have been asked a great many razors Strop.
Clerk Circuit Court, Osceola County,
: SELLSFire us cakes,' candies and such things.We questions concerning the Supreme Florida. and Durham-Duplex.I The price has not gone up either. Call. N
1t-6\ By S. II. BULLOCD. D. C,
decision the month
Court's -
on quart a
don't, hare to fight, all the timo. '

Life Accident and' We've been to'the front and knockedthe liquor law and all I can say now not Sealed bids will. NOTICE be roooirod 1>,' 4hu WHAT, OUR OFFICE DOG THINKS
veryold devil 'out of a whole lot I to be too hasty. My understanding Board of County Comnl sloii4m of C.-

Health,. Plate Glass Liability of those huns. The old fellow: was I is that there has in some way an appeal October County 7th 1918 up ,to on ten conotritrllcn I'CIXK a. .ul w -,

I in some of them" so-. strong' that we i been taken, so let us stay on the wooden ,bridge across Jnne Ur*en . ; Some folks say that beer is a., tonic.

and Boiler Insurance just naturally had to kill them before i safe ,side and to satisfied with the swamp Inir construction For any 'of Information sail bridge r.-KJi'd-. den ; Teutonic: would be a better term. "'
old quart law for the present, thenwe're J. .I* Overstreft, Clerk. e
they' could be convinced while others i ; All bids to be mailed to'J.; I*'Cver- A cross-eyed catfish( and a stuttering
Legal Bonds Executed. become meek Moses and threwup I safe. street. Clerk of Hoard: 1
as as J. U OVEUSTREKT.: frog in our lake were discussing the

Same Day Needed. their hands so far and high ,that I Indigestion. Clerk Board County of County Florida.Commissioners.Osceola . Crown Princes army the other day. After .
dislocated shouldersand
nearly their
i '
after we had captured them, they "A few weeks 'ago I used a bottle AN OIIDINAXirH. r! yammering a long time they decided ?
of Chamberlain's Tablets when I was An ordinance to Amend "An Ordinance that it resembled his chin-very retreat t
t '. OFFICE: State Bank BulldiagiHt tried to' make out that they were the j Relating to theUse of Water )
best friends,, we ever had, and were having a bad spell of indigestion.These and Lights In the City, of 'Klnslmmee, ing. *.-
Florida? and Regulating! the Payment
Just waiting there to prove it whenwe tablets strengthened my tom- Therefor, and Providing the Methods
aeh and toned system generally. of Furnishing Such Water and Lights
run upon them. They were huns. : up my to the Cltliena and for the Collectionof
T't t. .J.W.THOMPSON' and as desperate as their kaiser so I T.hey.Pe easy to take and most Water and Light Bills."
J1 : effectual" writes Mrs. D. S. hart, B. It ordained by the Council o of>> the Osceola Hardware Co.
we didn't give them credit for anything City of Klaslmmve that the "Ordl,
Skaneateles. N. Y.ADVERTISED. nance Relating to the Use of Water
k ( Funeral 1 Director but cowardice, and my opinion and Lights In the City of Klsslmmee,
Is'that we sized.them up about right. Florida" be Amended to read as follows -

Could not tell whether I killed any of, LETTERS Section: I. That beclnntng upon and

s: '. AND them or not, just shot a. fast os I Advertised list for the two weeks A.Including D. Itll,the all 1st water day and of lights September furnished -,

. could and high enough to poke a, hole ending October 1918: to the. citizen of Klsslmmeei

LICENSEDJEMBALMER through an ordinary man, and if any Clemon Oskei ;f Foster, E. D.; whether-individuals., shall be : firms for according or corporations I tothe'amount -

'* of'them !got plugged by my' bullets Gibbs, Mrs. Ella; McCray Mrs. An- by.ela'c means amounts of water tobeascertained and

" Store and Chapel, Stewart. AT*. they never said a word to me aboutit ptar| ; Norris, Mrs Mattie; Smith C. S.;. light meters, at the following rates: StrengthenAmerica"Skilled"

. VCIaslmmee' Fla.i \ but ,my old Betsie; that's. what I Smith,, Ben. (1000)A flat gallons rate of used IB cents for all per water thousand used. .

... call my rifle,'appeared to say,. "look B. B. SIMPSON. Poitmaster. Irrespective of the amount, with 'a
minimum charge of One Dollar' per .
1t out, hung," every time I pulled down, month, meters to be read monthly. J
; Bee i A Deposit of Two Dollars 'i
when she'd after
M. TILLER but then Betsie a THE and Fifty Cent. (ll.BO will be required -
Gehnan, I., as mean as the old devil ARMS OUR SOLDIERSThe of All users of water before same
will be furnished which deposit will
Real Estate Agency.aNNa.NNNNNI I; himself and always,waits until it Is be refunded to such user upon the discontinuance -
too late'to get out of the way before subscribers to the 'Liberty of the water, less such
amount as may be due, the city for
she says "look"out there, huns. We Loans have purchased for the War water. AH meters to be put In at the
Realty' bought and sold. of the city and to b. own..dby
expense .
of '
here to. clean out' those German Department over $$4,000,000,000'
are and, '.remain the, property ,of the 1'
f Houses"rented. fellows and we are just going to do ordnance.- 41,000,000,000 was spent clfr. Booze Workers
Sea a. A flat, rate of 10 cents perkllo..att
Taxes. paid and Tides Yerified, it,, and don't you forget it. They for artillery;; $300,000,000 for 'automatic for all electric current used .

' foe I-reaideota. may get '1ome of us, bue we'll get a rifles; 100000000. for small minimum for lights charge or other of purposes One Dollar, with per a

a Fire, life and Accident insurance. whole lot of them, and don't you for'' arms; nearly $2,000,000,000 for' artillery month meters to be read monthly.' Motors -
may be operated at the above rate Who will Lose Their
t$ get that 'either. We know one thing, ammunition and $340,000,000 for or at the rate of One Dollar and Tweit- Jobsf
Indemnity Bonds. small ammunition $100,000,000 ty-Flve Cents per horse power per '
we are fighting' for the freedon of arms ; month at the the user. r ., "
! the world, and they are fighting to wee spent for' armored motor ears See,4. A rWtnoof: Ten of alt Dollars. "i' .They tell us about'the "skilled"I workmen who would lose" their&, ;:' \
(11000)will b. required users :1;,
make slaves out of one of us. It is estimated that $T.OooOOO.OOOwilt before will be fur. jobs v
every of electricity same : v" 'V &sij43B&Li
if the saloons are closed ,' ./,;/ 't! *'ii )'''*! ( '
When we flat landed these French be spent by the Ordnance De- nlshed. which deposit will be refundedto ..... .c .;. ,."r""' '".., "..."" 1

fellows were hard to understand partment this current year. such the user electric upon current the discontinuanceof ,less such '(', 11.%..'see._....' ..:.,..j" l./"I"' ,.'!.r ',.0' :" _. I ,. .' \1! .. ..'. .
o \
.. amount aa may be due the city for .) I. .
OuR HlfATS sometimes. When they come to us Every American'wishes to have. a electricity. All meters to be Installedand " "' '.''' '

ARe WEutKEPT we didn't know" by the. waving of part in winning the war and supporting owned by the city or acquired by There.are tie bartenders.. .J .; ,, __.
the city If already Installed by the
BY; their and motions of the hand our soldiers who are hghttng' our '
arms user or users How much experiencs is required to'produce a SKILLED bar.- .
buTICNERSADfPT! :, See. 5. All bills for both water and
whether it was fight or ID''fun,. and battles in France. Every subscriber\ electricity are payable monthly, and tender? .' '
when they tried to tell us how they to the Fourth Liberty Loan will havea If same are not paid In full within ten ,-

licked the huns jayhawks, you could part in the crest'achievernenta that days within after ten presentation days after such of billor bill or In the REALLY skilled trades a- boy is required take certain .

:/ hardly tell how"they done It, though I''I the American Army is accomplishing; light bills are collecter mailed, the by water the water_ and and the technical courses. What:are.. the "technical", courses that the bar
i they did want to let,, us know 'so'we and in the achievements'' which the electricity 0", either the water or '
d1l American will electricity .. the case may be, may tender takes?
could put them up one when we got greater Army accomplish be cut oft,. at the option of the city

there. These French fellows .Just next spring.K1SSIMMEE amount without of farther the unpaid notice bill or and bill. deducted the- There! are a few "swell booze-joints". which require men who can r F

. ,r' A BUTCHER'WHO think the world of us; it's 'only the MERCHANT and the from balance the of deposit the deposit or deposits.If any, mix fancy drinks( but even'these bartenders may acquire all the "technical"

KNOWS HIS BUSINESS queer way theySrg cot of telling us refunded to the user. business they need to know in a short time.' -
that we don't understand.Well FINANCIALLY WRECKED"I Sea 8. In"the event that either the

i I '|U, In charge of this market. He ,r expect: you've got enough' water non-payment or the of electricity bill or bills la cut, a oft chargeof for "As: for the ordinary saloon where, only plain booze'is i served,
1 r purchases the finest meatsand because of One Dollar ($1.00) will be made to
only financial wreck
In this letter to ama
i ;give you a pretty out same In again addition to the and these saloons are in the great majority-how long doeiMt requirefor
F handles them' In a manner good idea of what is: going on over ,the expense of doctors and medicine payment of all Indebtedness to the city

t: Rat Insures their freshness when here. Of coure rumors, of all kinds for my wife. She has been a, chronic for the light above and; mentioned water and deposit the paymentof or deposits the'man who dispenses this stuff to become EXPERT? , /

r t you'welcome them 'to your home. are'afloat, but it wouldn't do to tell sufferer for 10 years. Some pronounced Sec., 1.aa the All caae ordinances may be.or parts. of Fact i.. most of the men who have such jobs today le arned some '

t Our. unfailing courtesy and honest alt you know, and I've told the bad it gall stones, some gastritis and ordinances repealed.In conflict herewith othe trade originally,, 'and became bartenders later. And ,they did '

''ill methods appeal to folks who be- is well as the good, so will quit. Loveto some intestinal inflamation. I hap Passed In open session by: unanimous '
bartenders either
ti lieve' in getting their money's Mary and the boys. Your'loving pened to'read an 'ad of Mar's. Won- A. D. 1t vote 18., this 1'th day of August, not serve much of an apprenticeship as ; :

worth of quality goods. son. HENRY derful Remedy and from the first F. H. LA W80N. There are the brewers. '
The Democratic rooster is keepingwell dose my wife has steadily improved.". (SEAL J. )R. GILBERT President Clerk of the CounciL

i -' along with the times. He has It IF a simple harmless preparationthat Approved this 20th day of August "Skilled"mechanics, ? Since when? '
removes the catnrrhal mucus A. r>. ins. ?
Issued his edict that none of his ;JOHN a ,
progeny CADBL. Mayor working
killed and
City.Marke't from the intestinal tract anJ allays They are skilled laborers not mechanics every
to cackle to sing -- -- -
; are crow, or-
the inflammation which causes practically NOTICE! TO CREDITOR man knows the difference. '
1 .in any language but the purest Eng- all stomach liver' and Intestinal In Court of the County Judge, Osceola

. lish or French under penalty of exclusion. :- ailments including appendiciiio. One County of John State M.of Lee.Florida. .In re Estate You will find few boys either in breweries or in saloons. t

lIe says our boys over, there dose will convince or money refund To all Creditor.-Legatee.: Distribu in
4444444 44 ,4 .40S 4... ....* must be encouraged in, ed., J, Z. Roberson, dn ggistA tees, and all persona having claims But this is so because they have. need for very few "apprentices"
every way or demands against said estate:
possible and that if they can afford You and each of you are hereby notified place.
want ad. in the Valley Gazette and required to present any
: GRIFFIN i ii to fight for our freedom, we should will rent"your-spare rooms. claims and demands which you' or either "Skilled mechanics' lose their jobs when the saloon) business goes .
: of you may have against the estate
do what little we' can to help them, _ of John M. Lee, deceased, late of busted Not Those who are bona fide skilled mechanics are
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and the crowing of a rooster once Osoeola County.Florida+ to the undersigned
Executrix 1 of-aald, estate within the engineers and mchinest aad carpenters and electricians and a few
.Staple and Fancy ; ; saved Rome, and we'don't know what LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTSNOTICE two years from the date hereof,
the cackle of a hen might' do. .Dated July Slat, A. D. lais. ethers who are engaged in trades which aren't at all peculiar to the
.. .1DORA.. S. LEE. Executrix.
I My opinion was while in Kissimmee FOR PUBLICATION. booze business, and who would get jobs ia other plants at the same .
j - '
we were having more rain than Departs. **.* *; tae laterler. NOTICE FINAL DISCHAHOig.! general kind of work .which they are BOW doing, without; .speadug a +F
was needed but this Illusion ;vanished V. sT Land Office, Gainesville.. Fla., In Florida Court, of Osoeola O County.-In State're Estate of moment's time learning a new trade.If ,
Free Delivery to all Parts '. by t the appearance of the country. Sept. 14. 1(18.. . ,of D. C. Lee.
. Notice l hereby given, that Charles
Notice Is ".reby.-lvCln to all whom It
of the City : These daily rains have been the very B. Han.el. of Klsslmmee. Fla., who. on may concern that on The 4th day of you befieTt that the _traffic ia Alcohol
: > life of the late crops, and their continuance .y 17.for made Homestead Entry February, A. D. 1919. I shall arply to
No. 015170 Lot 1, Section 14, and
the Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judge of doe aor. harm than ood-HELP STOP'ITIStrengthen' I
Lot 1 of Section 13, Township St S.
is wished for.
44444' :
>444 NNN41lN4i0 Range SO E. Tallahaasoe Meridian has said Court, aa ;Judge of Probate for my
It is useless for Congressman Anal discharge aa Administratrix of the
; filed notice of Intention to mike Com
estate of T>. C. Lee deceased, and that
Sherman or,any one else to accuse mutation Proof. to establish claim to at the .ame time I will present to said America
land before Clerk
the above described >> Campaign
Ask Your Grocer oar President of not doing' thing Circuit Court, at. Klscltnmee, Florida, Court of my said final estate accounts and ask aa for Administratrix their approvaL --
of ,
the 15th day October tftia
on ., ,
We'don't need that' .- "
right. Clalman' as witness: ,
aid in viewing conditions, we J.; T., Bass of Florida.? Dated FLORA July B.Stth LEE, A.Administratrix.D. Itlt. '(This advertisement 'AI' prepared (for, the. National Campaign Cons'r '
it, R. Baas, KlMlmmee. Florida.
can see for ourselves. We 'dont accord J. I* Wlleox. of Kluslmmee,, Florida, II-lem-mo mittee by Charles Steilzle.. '
Wm. Jessie, McClelland,, of.Kisalm.RED ,
CHEEKNEAis: perfection .to. mankind;, but we BIOTICB<<: TO CREDITORS,
." eke .......
the Crt f C..t
do,.y that.the:work of out Presidentwas I Oe la c....,..' guts .C Fl.rI.... ,
something entirely new. It looked -* CROSS !. R. _t... ., Hearr *'. .r-e.. ... -

,like a desperate venture to sendmenacross I STONK !ROOT AND BUt W COMTOUNO To tees all and Creditors.all persons- hang Claimsor ,CORRESPONDENTS WANTED 11Ie ..-..... Tint DOM Not Affect theN.d
COFFEES Of unexcelled value tot the treatment Demands against aald Batata: correspondent ot Us taala. .laxative ..-.LAZA.Tl .. M
to being Gazette wants a
thee subject > The '
ocean of kidney d.Ia...... Pains in the back You and each of :POlio are hereby: VK aaOMO QUIIf Uf B Is beuertbasi ordiauy
attacked by German.ubmarin..and and burning sensations are symptoms notified and required to present any in every' community in Osceola county Quinine and does sal cavee aaiinaenirinsinc '
\ claim and demands which yea' or !. keen aeaatae the lull __
thosethat-Vere, 'not ,conversant with ,of kidney troubles, which are;quickly.' either of :you. may',,have against the Send in'the news, Itm help ,the took tot. the straaton ... 8. W. OaOTS. it;

Best By Every Test his :planS, considered ,it -a' dangerous overcome and more than by use ODe of hundred this remec other". This Bed estate late of of Oseeola Henry County O. Brooks, Florida, tb.und..t..n.4 paper and will keep'70ur section. before . ..

experiment,, but 'we have :nearly,two .Cross Bemodlea acid and guaranteed Uxeetitrlx of- laid estate. the public. The old brood sow la helping' to"win, :>L
million,across and only one ,vessel, in- 0DI7b7. within Date two. years from the. this war. Give,her 'aa"caNfu1"O. :: _

466-cuxeli'ohUlr'and' |eree ,82-JOt j lured and',. that. ,.'on' .account. : of .said- ,. .CENTRAL. :DRUG ,STORE $ AaCATUA-RINEL, .BR1OOKa.if. Executri,: Bar -Barbarism b,, Buying'. Bonds, tion as',you would any other'IIJ1. ,":. ",..-;,

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f" is now under new manage- hav ret J. .o uieii'' nuiiiu vii .onuay"
: The weather Lj much cooler hen Thrift Free
All work all War Saving and Stamp
: ment. on ,!at present, 'and. ideal. for field work
Everyone seems busy, which maker ,
,' .- makes of cars. and. marinework I our news,rather. brief just ct present, S
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' : done promptly: Frank I

'I t'I, SHINGLE CREEK For all goods purchased during the period commencing ,
: J. is in charge of
r i Jones '
\ Mrs. M.. M. Miller of Kissimme<

i' the repair department.. visited sister. Mrs.last Friday'G. C. the home, of. her Saturday, Sep. 28 D Ending: Saturday,. Oct. 26 I

Mrs. F. II. Tyner of Klssinvme e

,was IIn over Sunday truest: at the FOR CASH ONLY ta

g F. H. TYNER Mgr. j homes of relatives in this section.
I. P. Tiaon left the first of the week ,
i for Rosalie where he expects to remain '
for some time assisting hi a For each $5.00 worth of goods' purchased a -J..

father industry.who is engaged in the fishing: Thrift Stamp will be given; for each $75.00 j

t Several of the citrus growers ol
: the community are busily engaged i ir worth of goods a $5.00 War Savings Stamp .

J St. Cloud Department ,spraying their groves. W. L. Mose- J
ley finished last week, C. A. Garrett will be given. 'We have a nice stock of

t I is now in the midst of the work and

; NEWS AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY" II. W. Morrow plans on commencingthe Aluminum Ware Enameled Ware
l first of the coming week. lost .
; BY OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT of the groves in this section are carrying <.
above the average crops and I .

Miss Eda E pflo waits calling on Mr .and Mrs. N. W. .Beauchnmp, the growers are anticipating the realization . Dishes ".
friends in the East: End .Sunday who have been spending the summerin of good prices.As .
evening., : Colby; Kana., arrived here Wednesday the President has'set apart Saturday -

t held The their Elsie usurJ P. McElroy interesting:Auxiliary meetingon The Seminole last./ Drug: Store will be of, October the discovery 12, the of 426th America anniversary at. Cooking Stoves For Both Oil and Gasoline

Monday afternoon in Moose 11 all. opened on Monday next by Mr. Mc- Liberty Day,and request that all sections -
Kry, from Kissimmee. unite in observance of the day,,
The New York Veterans will meet stock of Loaded Shells Guns Rifles Etc.
decided call all the Big
t / nekt Tuesday afternoon in Oak Grove' The priscilla Club met last Friday it has been to people ? j .;
afternoon with Mrs. Bessie Daniels, of Shingle Creek to assemble at t
Park. and the day was cant l in ,sewing. the school house on the afternoon ot Paints and Varnishes of All Ki>gds. This is .:
ti a Mrs. William Barber left on Saturday Next Friday afternoon the Club will the day. A program Is being arranged
for Jacksonville to JoIn' her husband serve ice cream at 10 cents a plate and good speaking will be provided. a chance to paint and varnish as we have
who has employment there: in the Daniels building; on Florida Further announcement will be ,
Mrs.M.( B. Tupgles(! and 'oon Ifalph, avenue for the benefit of tho Red made later.
i left Monday for Atlanta, Ga. Rev. J. D. Sibert, pastor of the 5
Cross, and out of town cpci'leers aio Some Good Bargains in Paints 1
Babel and Mias Ella
Mrs. Brtcy to help fill the program at 3 o'clock, ;Methodist church in Kissimmee, who
Cranston were calling: on friends in after which tho building will be turn has since the last annual conferencehad .
the. East End Monday afternoon. ed over forhe use of tho Red Cross. the additional, work of the Shin- j
a Mrs.John Bailey and grand daughter. Mrs. Anna M. Peckharn and daugh-: gle Creek charge, ;has been relieved Also, on all accounts paid by October 5 we
,, Katherine, who have boon spending of the latter on account of his regular .
tre, Priscilla left Wednesday wornIng :
the summer in Minnesota: return- '*for Tampa, where Mrs Peckhamwill pastorate requiring his entire time. will give a Thrift Stamp for each $5 payment. :1

ed here Sunday evening.: enter. the hospital for an opera This point'will, for the remainder of
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Young: and tion. the year, be in charge of the ministerat
i daughter arrived on Monday from I Ha\nes\ City, who will preach at 11
"l Ghosts Point, 'Alberta, Canada, end 'third of
t o'clock a.' m. on' the Sunday W. B. Makinson Co.second
r l will soon be located in their home on ORANGE CENTER each-month, and, also:on the Satur- .
Maryland avenue. day evening preceding. Rev. Sibert ,
J&',MG'Campbell, :from Chicago, 111., Mrs. Warren Frace of Kissimmee, last week closed an eleven days meet- .
arrived this' week and is located at has .been the guest of her parents) ing, which had been conducted;under
i ;the',Farrls hotel for the winter. Mr. and Mrs.:'J.. E. Maddox.: very unfavorable' conditions, rain
'**The amendment of the city charter Mrs. Alfred Gaehler and mother. interfering with at l least one-half, of
allowing woman suffrage :was votedin who have been residents here for the services. While 'we regret to lose
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on the 24th, with a majority of some time, export to ]leave for Key Bro. Sibert, we welcome his succes '" coming of our Lord, not based
two to one, but .the: loan for the city West on Friday morning. Mis Gaeher I
belief or hearsay, but the
'L was voted down. ] who has, been in the Navy for sor.W.. W. Hughes and family departedlast ,fundamental upon teaching of the upon scrip
-> week for their new home in Ala- ture." 1
f, bama to which place Mrs. Hugheshad The afternoon service was the \

1 li6e Waterman Waterbury Co. preceded the other members of time set for the dedication of the service -
the b several weeks.
Minneapolis, Minn. family flag. After a great address on
a Christian duty a touching scene was
a witnessed, as a star was selected by
The Best Chemical In-DoorCloset Assembled UNION CENTERThe a mother or some other' relative or I
friend to represent the
It; being Sanitary, Odorless. and Economical. As its installationdoes services at Union Center werea near young
man who had from the Com-
not inter/ere with any of the Kissimmee' City ordinances, ac- success financially and a great refreshing gone NO
munity. The following men
cording to the opinion of Assistant City Attorney Pledger, and fur- spirltu l\y.\ young
ther, it is approved by the Florida State Board of Health. Why R. A. Smith, conference superin- were represented: .I" a
Joe Harvey, Ben Barber, Jim Bar- DIE'BACI{
"send H. Edmond J Swabey Agt. ndent of th4 United Brethren ber, Gorden Munn, James Hilliard,
in your orders now church, was the f|>eaker for the day. -
Everet Smith, Claud Barber, Aaron HERE
The first service' of the at
Ben 625 KISSIMMCC, flORIDA' day was
Story, Lonnie Hughey, and Jet My-
? 11 o'clock a. m. The theme was the
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--- ers.The ones representing those young
lives then came forward and in a Freedom from "Die Back" means a lot to growers
consecration meeting, agreed to pray who depend on their trees for their,income. A year's
for the ones that had gone in defenseof set back to young trees does not seem serious at the
Freedom. time, but it does later when a year's crop is lost in con "
The night! service was at 8 o'clock, sequence. Avoid "Die Back" by the use of '

. the theme was "The Same Christ,"
tical which manner.was presented in a very prac- Bradley's Bone FertilizersBradley's

The goal for the day was'$5.50: ,and \
after the evening effort, the total for Bone Brands are neutral or alkaline fer
tilizers that do not sour the soil. They make vigorous
: the 604. The dedicatory
AreYoua'Self-Slarter'? service was was the closing of the days' productive trees that'bear early. They maintain heavy ..
work. Great honor is due the entire production as the trees grow older. They insure you

i community for their co-operation, profits.
also for the splendid music renderedby Titrun. Culture" In Ii book of practical
That it, are you one of those who are waiting for "somethingto the young folks and the bountiful Information will b. s.nt baaed to STore on Florida own.r. on..xp.rl.noe.It ,
dinner given by the ladies.
t '' .: turn.up," or are you one of those who MAKES something turn up. Looking forward to better thingswe BRADLEY FERTILIZER WORKS .

If of the' latter clan, will be glad have / extend a royal invitation to one
; you are we to you open an r. BKADLEY, Local Ma.. er
'I and all
1 account here and let us help you. .... Preaching every Fourth Sunday at 920 Heard Bid*. Jacksonville, FU.belaHaiy I
.. of Tb.American Agriculture Chemical
r a The aisociationt) such a Banking conection affords "SelfStarters"is 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. | .r'

e'' = of great value in getting ahead. -
e <
a Y As soon .* possible workers will Song-"Joan of Arch," Patriotic
Cx $tell 4 . ;. (Continued From Page One. ) be appointed throughout tJw county League.
v r 1et ter, Mrs. J. Z. Roberson, Mrs. S. B,' and no stone will be left unturned to Patriotic Beading Mrs.
C {Aultman, Mrs. N. C. Bryan Mrs. L. make the women's support of this Lupfer, J. Earl
Citizens' Bank wisi H. Ingram Mrs. J. Earl Lupfer, Mrs.J. war measure an unqualified success.Saturday' '
Song-Patriotic c.'
fie.Ni.maa L. Overstreet, Mrs. E. ,E. Wells, ,Program League
Misses Marian Porter,. Ethel Gilbert, C1lol'1la-Amerlca, first verse, and FoUr Minute Talk-Member: Worn-

''c OF KISSIMMEE ro4. and Jean Caldwell. St.. Cloud's representatives new* patriotic songs Guards.Song.StarSpangled
i- : .UNITED STATES included! ''Dr Cnshmon Invocation_Mrs. N, C. Bryan. Banner.. ,.
file bank wtlb tie ability and wfflmcen GOVERNMENT Mrs W. H. 1'11nnlcwr.Mrs.- Edd Four Minute Talk-Mr. C., H. Subscriptions to the Liberty LoaJL' .
and Mrs. X U. Zimmerman. Summers. will be '
t. SERVE George, solicited. '
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