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: October 4, 1918
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00875
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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: AIRPLANE FALLS AND TWO FOOD ISSUE ADMINIStRATION MONTHLY- "BULLETIN'WILL< ' MEMBERS. $1000 OF WAR OSCEOLA'S SAVINGS CLUB KISSIMMEE $115,380 ST.


The office of the State Food Ad- Tne; following are members of the I
ministration announces thai begin Florida $1,000 W. S. S. 'Club, of Os-
OCCUPANTS ARE INJURED ning'October 16th-ft monthly'bulletin, ceola county: CLOUD $76,920$ L. L.

will be issued, giving all new rulesof J. ZRoberson ,T, N. Clark, J. L.

"I .-.,. _- Die adminUtratloi. The publication Beaman, Mrs. J. L. teaman, H. A. -- L
will be free to- aU who wish to Colton, C. W. Ward, Holmes Prathei
,, Ucuntenant J.C. Hall and Lieutenant with a few bruises on his face, "' t As advised last week, Osceola stead of subscribers
Deceive it, but it has been decided to State Bank, J. L. Overstreet, Wolilan'a l
.; George Koehler, Jr., who had Early in the afternoon a hospital county has been asked to purchase Cloud we ought to have 500, t
ask that all who desire their 'names I Home Guard, F. IL Tyner, A.
I come up from >Dorr Field near Arcadia ship with a companion ship reached stead of 292 from .
d ,placed on the mailing list, pay five Cotterman, Mrs, T, M. Rivers, Mrs. bonds of the Fourth Liberty Loan to to
for the week-end with frien'ds'Jcame here from Arcadia, bringing Dr. Gilbert ought have 900 .
'f, cents to cover the cost of cutting the F. S. Corroll, Ira '''Wetherbee;' Mrs. -tho amount of $192,3000. This Is a
to grief Monday morning V/hile( and ,Lieut. White, and Lieutenant each subscriber ought to take ,
stencils for.the addresses. This five Ira Wetherbee, D. M. Pry, Mrs. Edith large increase over, .the allot-
rising from the field here en route for Hall was taken back to camp. very many bonds as possible for
'' cents 'be .handed to the County Shackelton,. Mrs. Delila Thomas, Isaac
t home rfnd( narrowly escaped serious Speaking 'of the accident, Lieut. may ment of the"Third"Loan,. .which was use. In no other way can
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Food Administrator, Milton Pledger, Eckley, Mrs. Lennie 'V. Eckley, ."
Injury. % Koehler salt}; "It was one of those $74,000. % ure up fully to the quota
who'wl1l send it in to headquarters. W T. Eckley. Total, 22.
!l ,Lieutenants Hell and Koehler had things no< one could foresee or pro- During the ,fast drive subscriptions by'the Federal Reserve Bank
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., :..... ,Jel.hed< feet,. one of the most dangerous owing to air.conditions, and we came Clout"to! the amount of $43,800, representing men' women, boy scouts, girl
points In a flight owing to adverse down. We landed safely and had there LIBERTY'' LOAN CANVASSERS 192 subscribers; through patriotic league 'girls,, rw

., ttfr( conditions,and 'as they dipped for been a little more clear:, space no the banks at Kissimmee, $68,500, rep busines men, ,.
:. the take off thoy struck an air pocket harm would\ .have resulted. As It Is resenting '292 subscribers. On this have to be active, not only y
and came down, cUd along the ground Lieut. Hall is suffering from a same proportion this time the allot. scribing'for,bonds, but in
'l, for some forty feet, then struck a sprained back and will for' about'( a FOR THE CITY OF KISSIMMEEThe ment for St. Cloud, as, has been others .to subscribe. r

fence and turned turtle, pinning the day or two, and I never felt betterin agieed 'upon, by lIon. J. K. Conn, Let us make.our goal d+,
.,,1 men beneath. Friends''who had gone my life.Lieutenants. chairman and myself, will be 976,1X20 scribers from Osceola
'' to the i field\ to see them off, rescued Hall and Koehler were The Liberty Loan, committee for A. S. Nelson and Mrs. J. T. Burck- and for Kissimmee, $115,380.' the quota asked of us $19 '

} them, and had them removed immed- guests at the Lupfer homo during the city of Kissimmee ,net. on Wed- halter.. To reach these large amounts Very
lately to the .home of S. L. Lupfer, their week-end stay here, and their District No. 6., Church' stieet to means a' long,' hard, concerted puM C. A.
and divided the town into ten
'.. where they had been guests. Lieutenant companions Lieutenants S.'II.Wheeler nesday Mabbette street, west to Clyde' ave- and a pull altogether. It means ins Chm. of County Liberty r
'JI; .Hall received. the greater Injury and :Sargent:; Manvil were enter districts, appointing a man and a nue, north to Midland Ry. Name, '
i Lieutcnaat Koehler escaping tained by Mr. ':and Mrs. C. H. Piano. woman canvasser for each district, "Halt-the Hun." Team W. B. With-

I. whose duty it will be to see that ev erspoon and Mrs. C. 'Summers.' LINEN SHOWER FOR RED

J ery man, woman and child in each District No. 7. Mabbette street to

KISSIMMEE.WOMAMS DAY district is given an opportunity. to Clyde avenue, north to' Midland Ry.,
buy a bond. west to limits. Name, "Dough Boy." <
The districts and canvassers ap I Team, Lyles Story and Mrs. G. M. CROSS TOMORROW

pointed are as follows: Shearouse, Jr. +,
BE CELEBRATED' TOMORROW District No. 1. Carson's Addition, I, District No. 8.. Mabbette street '
: east of A. C. L., from station north. from Stewart avenue to Clyde ave
The call from France comes for the laundering facilities
,._.. .. Name, "Over the Top for Pershing." nue, to A. C. L. on the south. Name, many'hospital supplies! The Kissimmee poor, the constant use which
Team W Carson and Mrs. H. M. "Shot Guns." Team, Edgar Katz,
Saturday afternoon, October 5th, Address-Mayor Cadel. W., chapter of the Red Cross is up articles will receive will
Katz. Mrs. J. Brown Mrs. E.
has bee set aside as Woman's Day Four-Minute Talk-Food Administrator Wesley Jy with their allotment for hospital gar once that. strength rather
Milton Pledger.Response.County District No. 2. Vine street north, Lupfer. ments. Their latest allotment calls ty .is the chief "
and the request has been made that from A. C. L. to city limits on west. District No. 9. A. C. L. Station I *
Demonstration for the following these pieces.
woman's work in the world war be Name, .'CommunicatlonTrench.." east and south of railroad to city
Agent. Bath towels, 19x88 Inches; hand If new.articles are bought
memoral'ized on that day with appropriate Four-Minute .Talk-County chairman Team Cecil Prentis and Miss Francis limits, south to city limits. Name, 'towels: 18x30 inches; Handkerchiefs, rated, it ,is requested that the
"Force to Foch." Team, Pat 'Johnston
I exercises. In Kissimmee D. G. Wag'l1er.HespoRMember. Bay. -'I 8x18 inches, napkins, 14x14 inches; be of homespun 'muslin, or
'No. 3. Vine street'to Lake and Mrs. Johnson.
i the hour between 4 and 5 p. m. will Woman/s Home District Clay sheets, 6x102 incites, 2 hems. top, 1 ed. Even if it I b necessary
street east to A. C. L. west to city District No. 10, Clyde avenue
; one more
be dedicated to this service and talks Guard. bottom. to buy or of these
:: will be made from the band stand, ali Four-Minute Talky Livings limits: Name, "Carry' On." Team west to city limit.form; A, C. L. to I The national plan for securing to feel that you have done your

| ternated with music. The mayor has ton, county chairman Y. M. C. A. Mrs;, M. Katz and A. S. Reed. Mabbette i streot. Name, "Flying. tieee supplies is to have a linen do so, and you will not feel :
"*..l.I ordered that this block be roped off Response-War Worker. District No. 4. Lake street to Midland Squadron" Team, Claude Harperand 'shower on a certain date, asking each pen.*,when yourealize that
"- ': to atop traffic and the merchants are Four-Minute Talk-H. S. Stanford. Ry., east tQ A. O. L., west to Mrs H. C. Piano. I family in each community to contribute doing your share.

y. asked to co-operate as far as possible Re.pon..Red Cross Worker. city limits. Name, "Depth Bomb." All committees with full power to I one, article or set of articles o>, I The Kissimmee chapter of Casual"W"
toward making the service success Four-Minute Talk-County Chairman Team, A. S. Gilbert 'and Miss Ouida appoint as many assistants as necessary i hQusehold linen. In thisway, the allotment i erican Red Cross will hold its '
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by dismissing their clerks fort of Liberty Loan, C. A. Carson. I Malloy. may be reached without' Shower/ at the Graystone '
," 'that hour. Reaponee-::-Member or Woma./. District No. 5. Stewart'" >avenue, Get ydiij application blanks from I hardship on'any one/ 'nel result', inlie' Saturday; October /6th, from '
\ .f.*- The Program.; Liberty Loan Committee. north to Midland Ry., west to Church Carson Farmer'and cover yoar territory local chapter having more working o'clock in the afternoon and
street. Name, "On to Berlin." Team,! as soon as possible.KISSIMMEEORLANDO will
Music. Music. funds on hand. This not be Be sure and bring your gifts
.< Invocation-Dr. J. D. Sibert. Benediction-Dr. W., B. Wither-; -------------- too great sacrifice for any one, and that, time, even though

c. spoon. GERMAN PRISONERS NOT TO .:FOOTBALL will mean much to the boys 'over may be a single piece of .
; WORK OUTSIDE ARMY CAMPS GAME,THIS AFTERNOON there." plies. Each one is needed,

l V 'Jl BAPTIST M. S. HOLDS : MEDAL CONDITIONS THIS TIME I All articles donated should be new one will be more than
Mayor Code! is in receiptf the High school athletics for the 1918- or substantially so, and should ''be Do not forget: the time, the
AN INTERESTING MEETING
The scouts will be glad to learn following' letter from the ,Adjutant 1919 season will open this afternoon strong rather than of fine texture. As and your part in, 'meeting this

'" .,The Woman's Missionary Societyof that in the Fourth Liberty Loan drive General's office of the War Department with Orlando High as opponents on --.------------------------------

the First Baptist church, held anexceptionally they are to receive War Service ''em whiM explain itself; their home 'field. The Ktafmrntt OLITER BASS WILL OPPOSE ,. The oourt decided that
those awarded in
j. Interesting meeting at blems similar to: .Washington; Sept. 23, -1918Mr. boys are seasoned -by several week B. H. GUY FOR. COMMISSIONER them had voted for the
the home of Mrs. O. B. Falls Tuesday other campaigns. ; J.. S.Cadel, Kissimmee,. Fla. of careful training. and thqugh they ocratic nominee, and that
afternoon, when Foreign Mission The number of subscriptions they Dear Sir:-Referring to your communication do not underestimate the strength 'of therefore disqualified to .
was the study topic. Appropriate w\l\\ have to secure in order to get of September 4, 1918, relative : the Orange county eleven they ae The announcement of Oliver R. democratic primary, (land'' &
music opened the program. Mrs. J. their emblems, which are issued by to the employment of German confident c of a victory. Base for county commissioner to sue- that another primary be held

A.. Barclay read a comprehensive ar- the United States Treasury Department prisoners of war. by the State, of, Captain Bullock's schedule of oed B. IL Guy in district No. 5, appears district *

ticle on African fife sit the Southern it will depend upon whether' or Florida, I am directed by .the Seeretary I games for the entire month of Octo- in thla Jseu of the Gazette.It This was not done, and it' Y
Baptist Misions stations. Mrs. N. C. not will be decided by the local of ,War to inform you that at ber shows unusual attractions for will be remembered that Comm.isajoner posed the> two candidates +

.. Bryan read an interesting paper on Liberty'n Committees if the ,present it Is not-contemplated; by this 'I football enthusiasts; three of the best Gay was opposed i in the conclusions in the general "
f missions in the invaded portions of scouts are to canvas 'during the entire 'Department to employ prisoners of schools in Florida Tampa, Orlando late primary byJ. B. Somerset, of' Mr. Somerset was' in the d

Ii ; Italy and told of their being turned three weeks or only -in the last !war on work other than that being II I I and >Plant City playing the home enaasville,. when there were only a Wednesday and stated that be

:; ." over to the Y M. C. A. workers and week. performed in working parties at the team, on the home field; the game of few votes difference between the two. not make the race because of a
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.y r are supplying America's men as well, If they work through the threeweeksthey'must various Army carpe, nor to utilize I this afternoon being the only out of Somerset contested the elctiononthe government ruling

': -with comforts.- Mrs. Rsnsome con- secure twenty-five their services for private persons or town engagement 'for the month. grounds) of irregularity, and the con- road imployees from taking
'eluded the program with a report of subscriptions, but if acting as"gleaners corporations. It may be stated, how- Friday, October 11, Hillsborough will test was heard by Judge Perkins of tive part in politl a.
Misslorary work in Japan. Mrs. W. after the reapers" in the last ever, that a few German prisonersare be 'here and a team of that standingis :the*circuit court. In the hearing the As above stated Mr. Bass
H. 'Jones was In' charge of the proc week, they will get an emblem for employed on road work in Georgia sure to put our boys on their met ,fact was brought out that Somerset make the -raoe 'inatead of Mr. "
ten bond sales. in the immediate vicinity of the tle. October 18th Orlando will return 'voted for Allen, the republican can- I set, at the general election '

r'The hostess refreshed the guests War Prison Barrack, Fort McPherson the game oi this afternoon, and an didate for governor at the ,last general vote will b eover tho entire '1'
with' hot 'tea, war bread sandwiches Buy Bonds and Back the Guns that Georgia. Orlando-Kissimmee game on the home election, and Guy voted for Gov-(instead of ''being limited to

1 and war cake. lIlt the Huns.HOUSEKEEPER'S ,. It is thought that the hiring out of ground has never lacked pep. The ernor Catts. .. district as it was in the ,
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u such prisoners for road work at last date In the month will occur on
ii ; : poi Cs distant from tho Prison Bar the 25thwith() Plant City as contes- I

t'' l SHORT COURSE racks is not feasable under the requirements tants. Plant City always puts up a RETURNED WAR'VETERAN. 11

.. of the Department that pretty good fight and it will require
in all cases the United States shall strength and skill for a victory when
continue to provide the necessary Osceola's Cow Punchers meet! the Ti- '

,.WILL CLOSE HERE TOMORROWThe guards. Very respectfully, gers. Captain Bullock will introduce WILL SPEAK IN
ROY A. HILL. an innovation in the game today by
; Adjutant General. securing men from neither Orlandoor
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Extension: School for housekeepers Housekeepers are taught how much Kissimraee to act as umpire and Rev, J. D. Sibert, chairman for the Ing at the Casino.at, 4:30, "'

provided by the United and what kinds of foods keep the bodyat THE HOME FRONT.The referee. These were 'recommended by Osceola County Speaker's Bureau, in cial music will\ be furnished .
: and
I' the highest point of efficiency,and battle front in Europe is not Dr. French of Rollins College, girls of the Patriotic League.On .
('(States Department of Agriculture, the moat successful substitutes for the only 'American front. There is a will insure fair pay in every Ins the Fourth Liberty- Loan campaign Monday at St. .Cloud, S
pasting with the Florida State home stance. This move meets the ap is in receipt of the following letter:
,,.I( r four, sugar and 'meats. War gar- home front- and our people at place to be arranged.
; /College for Women. in session in Kis- dens are urged and the preserving of should be aa patriotic. as our men in probation of Prcf, Simmons of. the Tampa, Fla., Sept. 30, 1918.

v' Tilmmee this week, is meeting with foods by means of canning, drying, uniform in foreign lands. Orlando schools, who was consulted Rev. J. D. Sibert, Kissimmee, Fla. PATRIOTIC. MEETING AT

.;f unqualified''I success from every stand-' etc. Conservation is stressed along Every American soldier who has before the action was taken.' My.Dear Sir-We are sending you SHINGLE CREEK
> point. Morning and afternoon ses- every line and a cow for 'every fam fallen in France, every American The lineup for the game follows: on the afternoon train on Saturday? --
:. I \\0:., n. have been _n''attended and the ily Is 'emphasized. Lectures, charts, sailor who has died fen iblll country'scause L. E., Frank Bryan; L. T., John Oct. 6th, Mr.: J. F. ]I *vis, a returned On Saturday afternoon, i
.ke>persi have been deeply inter bulletins and demonstrations are being has given his life for his peo- Graham; L. G., Ned Bullock; C., Irlo soldier from the West front. 12, at 2:30, a patriotic .
shed in the study of foods and food used and- the audience is urged ple. Surely we, their people, can lend Bronson; R. G., Walter Bass; R. T., lie will be available for you as 'a be held at the Shingle Creek

'--uel ,and the tlmoly instruction: in! to make constant use of note book our money to our Nation, their coun- Henry Singletary; R. E., C. H. Sum speaker for Saturday night* Oct. 5th, house, to which the public is i
cookery. and pencil. mers; Q B.,/Roscoe Roberson;' L. H., aa.well as Sunday. If you prefer, we invited. Good speakers will

[ .tea Sara Donnella Griffin, recentjupervisor The course is arranged in ten lessons try.The fourth Liberty Loan is the Leroy Lesley:; B. H., Murray Over- can Arrange your date for 'Monday. ent, and an interesting ;
of Home Economics in covering a years' work in Do- fighting loan. It's great success will street; F. B., Capt Bullock. Subs, You will find Mr. Davis has an interesting local talent is being ,.

gonery, Ala., ,now assisting mestic Science and is designed to instruct bring comfort and encouragementand Edgar Bryan, Bryan Simpson, Gor- story and will greatly erybody come. A. R.
,. partridge the district home the housekeeper in feeding the a deep sense of pride to our den Bullock and Will SChilders.! please .his hearers. Chm.

tratlon agent ''for South and family intelligently. The meeting at Army and our Navy, and to our allies From Kissimmee he will return to j

: i, Florida, is directly in ''Charge Kissimmee this0week is the first one ; it will bring discouragement to RECEPTION FOR NEW TEACHERS Tampa unless he receives.; further or- TALENT r

arttld spent a few days here : held under this, organized plan. At our enemies. Its success means American Patrons and friends of the public 'ders.. Very respectfully"yonn, Mrs. J. I. Overstreet,

+" rly'part'.of the.week.. .and. Mina I the close o,the course'here an examination victory Prussian.defeat schools are cordially invited to attenda DOYLE CARLTON Bronson and Mrs. Lane Paulk .
one, the .State' dairy'' special! will be given to those who The fourth loan is the fighting reception to be given in honor of Zone Chairman* Speakers Committee. tertaining the members of
presented her department .in I desire, and any one passing this examination loan, the soldiers' loan. the 'new teachers on Friday evening, Acting on the above information, sionary Society and 'their .
tee and experiments Wednesday satisfactorily will 'be October 4th, at eight o'clock, first Mr. Sibert has arranged the following with a Talent Tea this ; "

, Thursday. awarded a housekeepers' certificate Harry Arnold, youngest son of Mr. floor of the main school building. dates for Mr. Davis to speak: the. Overstreet home' on Mate!
.i;instruction is developed along from the'State College for Women. and Mrs. W; II. Arnold, came home A silver offering will be taken for Saturday evening at the Grsystone __: ; 6.>

ra w l' main .lines, nutrition, .produc- TJhe i course.-Trill: conclude with' to- from :Jacksonville. Sunday and will the,, benefit of the .teachers' Liberty Casino at 8:30.: The More ;Bonds. Fewer l. ..:' ......_, +

n i, preservation. anr conservation. morrow's session., remain here for the school term. Bond fund. .m Sunday,afternoon.at a union meet- tiel. ,......, ,.. ...... ...,j"n..L:'"":, .
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TWO _,#fI'<:'f'I'\\ THE K1SS1MMEE VAILEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY OCTOBER 4,1918 ,
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,) T:;FEEL that I must 'write and tell BARTON LAKE


., :' ', x>(.1 (II you the great benefit I have experienced this We vicinity had a Tuesday fine shower morning of rain which In ... Beginning Monday: October 7th ? 'R'

.from using Dr. CaldwelPs\ Syrup Pep- was the first for'almost two months. And Continuing For Several Weeks ,

sin.. I had always suffered from indigestionbut neighbor We greatly,' 0. C.miss McLean our friend since their and' J, The Greatest Merchandising' t . ,

since taking Syrup Pepsin I am no longer moving to KisoSmmee, where their .

daughter, Edith .could: enter high Of Half A Century '
troubled in that way, and I cannot praise it' school.)

Notwithstanding the continued
too highly as a laxative.
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drought( : that has prevailed over this
From a letter to Dr. Caldwell written bj\ community' for a long period, the eat- FURCHQOTT'S50th ,
(Mr Ceo., Schaeffer, 1103 West Ave. IUtlc. ;.
., N. Y. / tIe and other stuck on the range look
In excellent condition. z

: : . 'Mrd. Cox of ChrUtmcn, in, corn

Dr. Caldwell'sSyrup parry with her daughter, Mrs. Hatch, .' ANNIVERSARY SALEIN ;

are Sniith, visiting -hfrr daughter', Mrs.) 3, 11. X

r Pepsin Mr. and :Mrs. A. J, ,Lane have just .
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,received the sad news of the death oftheir "j
brother-in-law, Scott Neodhatn, APPRECIATION of the many friends and customers, some of whom

.. .. The Perfect LaxativeSold who was ,one: of the leading ,citizens. have come to "The Store Accommodating" for fifty years,,who have I

of La Follette,' Tenn. made the past-half century, years of rapidly increasing business, we x

A'' letter from Wm.; Roach of Lj.Toilette propose' to make our Golden Anniversary so remarkable values 'offered, _

by Druggists' Everywhere' Tenn.' -states that, when the( that I it will long be remembered throughout Florida and Southern Georgia. '

50 cts. .(S us$1.00) cold Begins: to pinch, he again expects Those who seize this opportunity to purchase Winter apparel 1 and complete
the land
to beat it to sunny of Florida -
and X simritee. Holiday: gift buying,as well as those who buy.for immediate use will find

A combination' of simple l laxative herbs ,with Two, years ago a pood friend of 'that dollars invested during this,sale will bring the biggest kind of returns in (N

ours! floor'ont, ; of the upper Southern actual savings. -'
mild',and in its action that relieves ,
pepsin, gentle > Stateswhile' visiting us here at (1
constipation quickly. A trial bottle Lake Burton, was tikcn on a hunting

can be obtained free of chafge by writing to expedition, and left by himself near Every Family in Florida and Southern Georgia will want i
the roost turkeys while the
to
Dr. W. n; Caldwell, Washington Street, remainder camp of the party went further to attend. Make it a pleasure trip. Come with friends. : '

Monticello, Illinois. "S on. When our littlee harmless owls. " '"
began to celebrate the coming; of '
night, time, tU*. p *itleman became If you attend the first day, October 7th, you can combine ,

greatly frightened and "tore out" for pleasure and profit, Ringling Bros.,Circus and our Great Sale.FURCHGOTT 1.
II' WHAT MONEY SAVED FROM camp where ho finally arrived just j

about dead from fright and exhaus
: GASLESS. SUNDAY WILL BUY tion. We wonder what would have: H

--- happened )hud a swarm of those Ar(':!- : A+

When the American! people 16cked l ,mcnt in Liberty Bonds The Treasury dill birds passed over hint while there
up their automobiles a ga&luss Statement reminded the public in t that swamp all alone .
Sunday, on September) 'i. they waved that these savings Which uo being' .' M. (P.TInd.ill is in receipt'of word '

enough,:: moncj1 to provide General; effected are of no value to the government that his lion, Srgt. Homer Tmd., JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA .J 1
Perslnng's Army with 5,000 machine in its prosecution of the war has left Camp Wheeler for ovorae'mLnst : %

guns, costing ,$250 eiicli. t unless they arc made] available for its Sunday our little Sunday ,

They saved enough money to' buy use. School mode up $10,30 for the O>'- --, -- - -.- -
food for the American Expeditionary The Fuel Administration J'l.'porh'tfthllt phanage. nl Arcadia! for which they! The Strong Withstand the Heat ot \

Forces in 1 Europe for two whole, days. the saving of A'1IWlineOil! the have rcieiptcdith thanks and best l Summer Better Than the WeakOld

They ad 'enough money to pro- I second Sunday amounted to( live mil- wishes.. people who are feeble and younger people
vide General Pcrshing's/ Army with lion gallons; which, valued at tic a Rev. (). n!. Palls of Kissimmee, dc- who arc'weak will hestrongthen. d and enabled
2,800,000'hland) renl.1.des. .I gallon, meant a I waving, to American: livered 'a master sermon here on the KothrouBli ilic". -( -li>nli., ato Summer hylaktnsGROE'S'IAstELtSSCIllIII -

They saved enough money to pay pocketbooks of $1,250,000. In transpoitution Third Sund \\y. and enrkliet the blood and build/uptho>NIC. wliolnsyarm. Itpurifle*-
for 85,784 completely equipped/ / rifles I alone this meant u savingof J. II. Smith is now employed) t You tan soou reel tu Strenethenlnf,Invigorating

which the American infantry carries 025::! tank cars.for an average haul shipbuilder in Jacksonville. !Effect COo

'when he goes into conflict. of :-2'2!: :! miles. Thursday, September 25thlisil: I -
These figures were revealed in a .The rubber saved by giving the LygU Lane ce'ebrated her 15th birthday LIBERTY DAY.,
statement with cake and refreshments.Will Saturday October \Z, is the four
Treasury appealing to the tires a day's rent would l It e sufficient I
American public to turn its savings to (equip :t,500 motor trucks for the tba; secretrry of the Ked hundred and twenty-sixth anniversary -
with MrJ. -.. crt the discovery of America.: The Owners of
from abstinence into War Savings American Army with tires capable Cross kindly communicate
Stamps_or_ set them aside for invest- I of running five thousand, miles. A. Inline should there he any work President Wilson has proclaimed it( I
- -- that: country ladies could do at home Liberty Day and requests the citkens '
wnen finished? of community in the United "Swift &
I'I KISSIMMEE MAN POST and send in every Company"Now
II I II ", PONES HIS FUNERAl Marion Tmd.ill, U. S. Navy, Key States, -tity, town, and countrysideto
I West, in ft letter to his father, M. P. celebrate the dw.

I "I am 6(1( years old and for the past Tindall, states that the epidtmic! of The President in',.his proclamation: { ( Over 22,000)) ,.v
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I two years have been suffering scbndly Spanish: Influenza has broken out says:
f loin stomach and. liver trouble, there and" that he himself has been "Every day the great principles for 'Iyou
j floating and Colic attacks that I did attacked by the malady. wliiche are fighting take fresh Perhaps it has not occurred to '

not expect to live more than a few Immediately following Sunday hold upon"our thought and purposes ,that can participate in
i rtJti \ monthsand.was!aranginn frairt School, .. nes\ hour'. 11 )e' 'ot d r oinnggmg and I take,,1t. clearer,,,whaty. the end you ..
; nc d qe o 1 exercises' Ever r come 1U n and what \1\'e\ f mustr1) do'. to Swift & Company's profits-and '1
,:' 4ia / yen a mvv one u ere are hr@ e t 'Vr' '?'\, also share its tisKs-by becoming :

cured I a c a m HOWIANYjiGIRLfCANl "e ow now_ mor e fcainljr'ithanbef \ "
me s Imp in the business?
1 1'r ess preparation that removes the ff W HAVE I FRET: Y, EYES we, eyes, nev orej vh jjf r'ee men a co-partner ,;
catarrhal mucus from the intestinal brought the' great Nation and Government -, II It is not a close corporation. ;: =::
\ the inflammation, 'No' girl is pretty if her eyes are
& s.l.BA tract and allays we love into existence, because
: 'which causes" practically ill stomachy red. strained or have dark rings. it clearer and clearer You can do this by buying Swift &:
grows
and Intestinal ailments, inclu<* ONE WASH with'pure Lnvoptik eye
liver
1 -appendicitis.. One close will cowince wash will brighten the eyes ,and a what supreme service it is to be Am- i Company, shares, which are bought
1I I { or money refunded. J. Z, flybcrson week's use will surprise you with its erica's privilege to render to the i and sold on the Chicago and Boston
INCREDIBLE results. A small bottle I
druggist. l/avoptik often makes eyes world. stock,exchanges.There: .
: V healthy, >pparklincr and vivacious. The
: i iS WOMEN DRIVE 'THE AVERY quick change; will please y&u. Aluminum / A Beautiful Woman. 'are now over 22,000 share-

TRACTOR AT GAINESVILLE eye cup FREE. Central Drug Do you know that a beautiful\ woman holders of Swift & Company, 3,500 of
I, Store. ." ']/ has always a good digestion If whom are employes of the Company.
Gainesville, Fla., Sept. 2fi.( -(Spec- ,
I your digestion is faulty, eat lightly These 22,000 shareholders include
The traffic department cial.) X striking, illustration of thdegree < WOMEN IN WAR WORK jf meats, and take an occasional dose
of the Florida I ; to which: women are donifcmen's of Chamberlain's Tablets to streng ji.en 7,800 women. '
I Secretary( McAdoo has clc-siprnnted! '
Citrus Exchange<< is'of : I work under tractor war demonstrations conditions was October 5'as Women in ,War Work your digestion Price '25c.. /1 Cash dividends have been paid reg-
Inhe
great service in gelling; i given hero today in connection! with tin lay.. Reduced railroad fares for visitorsto ularly for thirty years. The rate at

''cars when needed and ; Citrus $Seminal1 and Live $tock Round "Millions of women in the United the Florida State Fair have been I present is 8 per cent. 4
States engaged in war work.
t in making collection I Up. Seven hundred are thousand; serve ns active granted by the United States Railroad The capital stock is all of one kind,
prompt and Mrs. M. G I
, Mis.: A. F. Smith : Administration ns well as reduced -
workers in the organisation of namely, common stock-there is
for : no
I drove tractors certain
] of claims. Campbell Avery eight charges, on
: the L. H. Skinner :Mfg. Co., the',Statt the National Woman's Liberty Loan conditions, ,on exhibits sent from preferred stock, and this common stock j
Growers who market I distributors, handling the machine committees. Seventy'tho1slI1d: wo- within'the State. The passenger and represents actual values. There is no )

their own fruit are !Iin such way ns to compare fiworablj 'mon are employed on the railroads. freight rates can be ascertained from "water," nor have good will, trade
Hundreds of thousands of wometrareialidring
I with the work of professional male all railroad ticket and ,freight agents. marks, or patents been capitalized.This .
more and 1 more subjectto : in the munitiuh factories..
I demonstrator on other tractors.
traffic, troubles ,1 I Mis.. Smith hal! been operating n Other hundreds of thousands rervein statement is made solely for your
THE NEW CALOMEL FINE
K Those who wish to I I actor) for some months, cultivating l'Il.riclllVOl. k directly related:\ to ttiewir. in information and not for the purpose of
As engaged
a twenty acre grove not far from njany; more are / booming Swift &
clock.
au'oitl these can find I Tin pon Springs without assistance.. the Red Cross, and other activities for FOR COLDSJND GRIPPE Company

t out the way by writing I I, Mrs. Campbell is one of Sirs. SI'1 th's the"The amelioration women of of America war conditions.are doing Calotabt, the New Nauseates Calomel We welcome, however, live stock

to the Florida Citrus j [friends Was who so easy thought she would running like a to tractor try- their'share in the winning of the war, ; Breaks Up a Severe Cold producers, retailers. and consumers as

Exchange, ;Tampa, '\ I I her hand ot it. both by actual work and.by the tremendous Overnight. copartners.We .

Fla., or by calling on I Mrs.! Campbell quickly mastered force of their moral Influence Physicians nnd druggists have at particularly like to have for /"'
It is fitting that their service
I one of the machines, and (divided I Manors last found a quick and dependable shareholders the people with whomwe
should be moriL'lized, and Saturday -
L. A. HAKES, MKr. \ with Mrs. Smith on the afternoon's m( remedy for colds, influenza ,and do business.
(October 5, has been designatedfor ,
.Orange County Citrus demonFtrlltions.Ir.ny; machines grippe. One Calotab on the tongue
observation in the Fourth Liberty
Sub-Exchange of various types participatedand it bed time' witha swallow of water, This leads tounderstanding. a better mutual .J
i Loan campaign Women in War
and l were: watched sloth& great interestby that's all Next morning your colds w
Orlando Fla. Work Day. I r r
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a large crowd; but it wns a trac- vanished and your liver and entire .
W. G. McADOO. I
tor operated ladies which: obtainedmd refreshed
Jjy and
purified
system are .
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4 attention. ,;
held
the greatest LOANS TO FARMERSThe without the lightest unpleasantnessor
interference with appetite, diet or Year Book Interesting and :
Federal land banks have made
RESULTS I IN
C\RELESSNESS:
: work, Instructive (feet sent on request. -:
TAILURE. loans to 55,325: : farmers, aggregating
Doctors have always contended Address Swift at: Company, ,

That is why we say "Feed B. A. 124877000. that calomel is the best medicine for Union Stock Yards,Chicago, XUlnols ,.!.

Thomas' Hog Powder according to Bonds Builds Ships. Buy Liberty colds, bronchitis and lagrippo and the ',.
directions." DO NOT FEED IT Bonds. first medicine to be given in pneumonia ..t

SLOPPY, but mix it with ground and acute fevers. The new calo- Swift
feed and moisten with just enough RED CROSS AMRICOTOOTII PASTEAn mel, Calotabs, is purified:: and refined & Company '

....a-. water to make a crumbly mass. Then antiseptic refreshing paste, that from all ,of the sickning and dangerous ;
'
; dswe beneficial dose. See leaves a delightful; after-taste.'Clean. effects and with the medicinal I ,
each hog
gets a ;
teeth
tea the without injuring the fL.f.Qrwifui PresidentI'
virtues vastly improved.
full direction on package. Your r enamel. The antiseptic properties aid ,
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t vWTnWfpiTTfTTiSsT/ money back if you are not .atis d. in keeping the teeth and gums in a Calotabs are sold in original sealed- I I' 11
t wa I[Waters &: Carson Grocery Co. healthy condition. This and more than packages, price '35c. Your, druggist .
I I one hundred other Red Cross Remedies recommends and guarantees them

I I Money Means Munitions. Buy Liberty and Toilet onlv Preparations byCENTRAL sold and guaranteed and will refund your money if you dtJ1'1I
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\) Bonds, DRUG STORE / are not ,delighted.-(Adv.) l It I, - '

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w ;Y' R1SSIHHEE VALLEY GAZETTE KING'S DAUGHTERS CLASS I CIIRISTIAN CHURCU I. Grove'-:Tasteless chill Tonic ?

MAKES FINE RECORD i 10:00-Sunday: School. destroys the 1D.ulalerm., which are tl'aDaDdh..sto /{ .

11:00-Sermon. the blood tbs Malaria M Price SOc.
by <<*Iult4
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.e. Every r.t..T. King's Daughters' Suda 6:45-Y. P. 3. C. E.
School Class of the.first Methodist .
7:30-Sermon. t++o--.. OO>O O
church has always been recognized al each 4
Prayer meeting Wednesday
DR. J. B. S. HOLMES!: Notice
'W B. B.rrPrr.lde.t exceptionally active along benevolentlines evening at 7:30. L_ A. S.each Thurs Lakeland, Florida i License
II:. OH Va.. A....... Secretary but the work accomplished. by i iPractice Limited t.. ,surgery ..d_
'1 ......... .. 111. 11 during the day. J>laea... off \%oaarn.Rieelleat .
these maids and matrons Junior C. E. each} Friday at ,9:00a : llo.pl .
established record in its 'I...-.. Urk4 IIld.
S 1I..rI.tl.. Rale.lOn. past year a , m. 312 Kant MalM H/. .11
: Copy One. Tear..?.?____?.'!.00 history.: i Young Ladies' Circle meets each g Ofllpe add l ...ld...* .1........, IS !
;,. On. Copy, Six Months.._.._____., 1.00 It is the custom of' this .a 1.a
Pn Copy Three ),Month....___... .76 organlza-j second Sunday. ,
; tion to 'hold the annual C. W. B. meets the first Fridayin .,
All eommunle.tion. except from our in October ....... All 'occupational license taxes
authorised correspondents mu.t b. election of officers early each month. -: *: : : :+ .
the -writer.Rejected find this was observed Sunday aftern < I.OOK KOH 11111 MAMI lIIO.: / \ g '
Ifned, by : .Church Board .meets first Sunday .;. ('Alt IdVP7'Rltr
matter will not be returned. on when their president, Mrs. D -> (!. 'Ilip ..t.lh<. llulldlnK. t'd. are due and payable October st.
afternoon each month.
f anle.e callea for. .,. Look for the lied "'...u', Mnaw'i' ? .
W. Alderman, entertained from 4, toG >> hotel quick Lunch .nd',Dining <>. .
t (Entered In the Po.!of flee at Kl..lmee You are cordially invited to our
,., Florida, as eecond-cl matter) p. m. .at her home on Clyde uvcnue" services. <,> and Dunn nit Lakeland.h'. <(.....k Klfi.Mervlrr. Open, l.ciikdItooniM duyS ..}e Information will be filed against 5fl '
At Mrs.. Alderman's request 'Mrs ;;; "I'hre< llonra "' 31-tf. W. II. Coleman Pastor, ,
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r.e'. I.. ll-ket (Stare. same aide tiff >
E. E, Wells. rice president, compiled . .
.> Pifr.... A. I'. XII \\\'. ITOMrl lof.MANHATTAN P
1 EMBeR .and read the, following report) Bronchial Trouble. : every person required to pay oc- .

tl I "Social Service....Visiting lick,,took.I Mrs. A. E. Sidenberder Rock/fi/ ld, I r .

I ed foods and, flowers furnished dick i Ind.[ ,.states: "For'an attack of bronchial HOTEL ': 3= cupation tax who has not done :

.tributes to dead, gifts, memoralizin r ) trouble which usually assails .

I work done by members of the class me in the spring find Chamberlain's Now Open, for the" Winter! Season. i so on October 31st 1918. After
a personal visit to the Orphanage atEnterprise' Cough Remedy the'only thing: that ..

f and get-to-gether included even gives me relief. After using it forafew ,A Family Hotel with all! the Comforts i that 'date the .
ings for new members were days all signs of bronchial trop! license will be ,
I:' STAtE PPE55P in the department.' ble 'disappears. "of Home.

i Patriotic Seryice-r-Service flag) 1
,doubled in addition to fees of
presented to Baraca Class and a committee Bonds Put the Dam in Potsdam RATES $2.50 PER DAY '.'\\
I appointed to maintain /flag

d, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1918 $5, Smilage book presented CompanyB Special by Jhe Week. Sheriff, Clerk. and Prosecuting ;

t while stationed at Camp, Wheeler, Classified AdvertisementsTEN .

II SPANISH INFLUENZAA 16 W. S. S purchased! by' the class: and MRS. R. B. SAVAGE, Prop. Attorney. If in, doubt as to your j

a W. S. S. banner presented to the I
few thoughts in regard to the ACRE FARM adjoining vlllalC"
co-called "Spanish Influenza" that is Sunday School; ,$100 donated to the on Dixie Highway, near' Klseinlmee. license consult Tax Collector
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{Red Cross. splendid Improvement benrlnicirrove or .
prevailing in the north and especiallyin owned by northern man, only ,
Church Activities-Systematic $2500 T<*rmli. '
Special
the camps where so' many: of our FORTY ACRES fenced half cultivated A. E. DROUGHT
boys are preparing' for overseas I support of the. Orphanage at balance fimture, 4 acres bearing : Prosecuting Attorney before date .
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Enterprise. This includes .gifts of grove, pretty place, small house.
work. good barn chicken! house. 2000. 115 Broadway :
The early writers attribute it to the:mattresses 'pillows! used and new Time on half mentioned. No exception will be
2800 ACRE RANCH fenced line lake f
influence of the planets and named : garments, barrel of dishes and Eest- 200 caltl. (.2.60 per acre, cattle In- Real Estate and Insurance :
er treat valued by a conservative estimate .". Term...
the disease "Influenza It was prevalent 7200 ACRE RANCH fenced good made and arrests, will immed'I
at various times and places as at $75; a special collection house plenty water, COO cattle.. Special REPRESENTSThe ':

far back as medical history takes us, amounting to $17.50, and the pay 0.000 bargain.ACRES, fenced and Improved, Home Insurance Co. of New ,
but very little attention was paid to ment in full of the assessment of $90 Twelve mile One lake front; extra iately follow failure to pay this :":
the National Fire InsuranceCo.
fine proposition snap for man or York
it in this country until 1890 when we alloted to the church by the Church company who canhandle. It. Man

had a severe epidemic extending overA Benevolence Society,tot the Orphan other REALTY bariraln COMPANY.Write u. NEL.SON.) of Hartford, The Sun and' tax before October 31st. :

greater part of the United' States. many other reliable companies 'sOSGEOLA
age.The 'VANTE1J-Whlto labor by the month
established fund to .
class has a
That epidemic began in Russia swept Lodging furnlHhed ( single -
westward 'across the continent and provide dishes, silver and linen ,for men taken, also rleor aged
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lady for ho..akp..r.V. 13 I'AK-
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finally landed In the United States one table at the Orphanage that MiH.I :Mtrr New Eden. Plantation CoNarcooBfHO .
these unfortunate little ones Flit. 42-3t-pO.
tt its base being from Boston to may HOTEL

t Charleston, S. C., then extending have pleasant surrpundings, ,VANTKD-A place nn rook and gem W. B. CRAWFORD, ;
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oral flax
housekeeper Apply Valley: /
-, I westward ..across the U. S, becoming Miss Ouida Mallow treasurer stat cUe 2-t. Hill\ open for the Fall and Winter 1:
north and south ed that all bille were paid with a balance x Prosecuting Attorney. "
narrower so AT A BARdAIN PRICK-Underwood Season, Sept. 12th. I
,1 that ,when it reached the : Pacific of $27.25 on hand. Typewriter In frond condition. 1'n* : ,
Families contemplating upending C. L. BANDY
The officers to serve for the following quire 625 Matitirtte' St. .iP7'.'' '
coast it There ,
was quite narrow. the winter in Kissimmee will find :
six months are: Teacher Mrs. D. FOR RE'T-Nice" Furnished Holme C
south of this line
were some cases '
s accommodations pieasand and 40.4t Tax Collector.
Apply to J Mcriiatter ta-tf: our \ }
but were not so severe as in the center G. Wagner; assistant teacher, Mrs.C. home-like. ,
II. Summers; president :Mrs C. FOR SAL,13-Eighty. acres: 12 acre .;.
of its tract. There have been ,
,.
v cleared and under fence:: 2 acres inbearing RATES REASONABLE .,
II, Summers vice-president, Mrs.: C oOt
sporadic cases almost every year ; orange grove: $ .000 worth
Mrs. C. H. of cyvremm: timber on tract: four- co > -Ce 4M cO> >Oo ,1
Lane Paulk secretary MRS. W. H. ARNOLD ..
since but not so severe as at the pres ; room house and kitchen. Also 60 ,,
ent time. : Hilton; assistant secretary Miss Lo.. head of cattle and a good bunch of PROPRIETRESS ,- - ---
C range hogs loose on.the range.
This epidemic seems to have start' la Lawler; treasurer Mrs. Sibert. Farming tools and Implements l.o* 4 < * <" +4< 4 0040.04'. ,
rated near Kcnansvllla. Price$''.600. ,.
the social hour closing the
t ed in Spain; so we call it "Spanish During half cash balance terms to suit. BH .
Influenza." The French! call it La afternoon the hostess served dainty Ouy, k.nansvllle. Kla. 25-tf .

: Grippe. Almost every one is familiar fruit valid with saltines and iced tea. FARMERS-Send today for a tree sample 'h t r I.
'with il' She was assisted By Mrs. L. H. In copy of, the Florida; Farmer andStockman .
the symptons especially published at JacksonvilleTells
4 they have experienced an attack of gram and Mrs, Ethel Lee Bass of about]livestock ralslnfr, dAiry.fnR' ..' J21 'NVII1tjIA
poultry, citrus fruit and truckIng R. FLOYD
it once. We will probably not have Jacksonville. twice a month at Sow per year- d .

i, very much' of it in Florida as it is Serve abroad or serve at home. three general years for farming$1.00. paper Only livestockand In the N'ovsr ;

usually more severejn. a cold climate state. Write today ,
Buy War 'Sayings Stamps; S U E.1TA811S11fIJ

but it wuld.be. advisable to guard FOR RENT-Furnished rooms or SEED MOUSE
Sircere G l1tiiudt". apartments for light housekeeping .', e
< ,
r against it, should it come this
way. In modern, convenient house, close In IN F/.ORIDA i ,
:'.Having' come! in contact with a Mrs. .Wm., Dell, Logansport,: Ind., Mrs E. B.-Wells Real Estate and In 1 I I' S J N ;' {

good:many hundred cases in its mad writes; ,"I deem' it my"duty\to express durance. 118 Mabbette St. Phon.-242. .e4le'I-lea aal.fefoeee.A.U del .'1'(0 Groceries and +ria

7vehacros" the' country from sea to gratitude :the 'gbod Chamber. 'QtvE1A Io as for rent. Apply to M., '.t *
my /for ., Tiller.I ;', . : : ,/ ..'
".ea1; ; .;have': had an opportunity ;'to. Iain's*Colic'\\?*and f Diarrhom*Remedy f IS K1fieD ,
Frcl'ear, .'.
study it in all its forms and complica- did me when I had a severe attack of FOR at attractive BALIS-Second-hand prices. Osceola Motoy' '. a

catlons. It varies much in degree of diarrhoea three years ago. It was the Co.. .807 Rroadway &/0_ For Indigestion, Constipation or r Fresh Meats "

severity; the inild form being not only medicine that relieved me." FOR SALE-One Emerson Typewriter, BiliousnessJust
{ ___ ,._____ _
much worse' than: a bad cold but in u Apply model three Valley vltrible Uasctte.! as good as new/tT): try one SO-cent bottle of LAX-FOS .

its fulminating 'form it is a very ANNOUNCEMENTThe WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive K
WOOIIIVOOItl >VOOl>!-Ross OraveH:, Laxative take. Made t I ,
troublesome I pleasant to land
disease to treat. saw undersigned hereby announceshis Wood Yard Phone 112. 87VJL. -_f
4 J one. epidemic where a large number candidacy for the office of County recommended to the public by Paris){ ",I
Commissioner from the Fifth Com \ ..< TRADE] or exchange city prop cine Co.manufacturers of Laxative brd
k
of the cases were followed by neuritis erly for country property or stockof ]'
missioner's District of Osceola County Quinine and Grove Tasteless chill T c:. I 'j
any kind. B. C. Miller. 28-tf Phone 176 Broadway
neuralgia and so on, but woat of' Florida to be voted upon tat the 3Q2( ;

' the complications pertain to the respiratory General Election to be held in. November ..

organs, pneumonia being the 1918. ,i V. '; i
most common! and the most danger In explanation of my candidacy I
beg to say: Just following the Primary OURGROCERIES m :t 44044s44' 1

ous. disease Election in June of this yearan -:-:-:::..:.4.}::;,4449'44''.......:..'o0G..S+:+ { 344: 0fit'S:- >9.4'4444+ .
The if! extremely contagious election contest between the two ;

and spreads with great rapidity. high candidates for the Democratic "

s' Persons knowing themselves infected nomination of this office occurred ARE

.. !hould| isolate themselves as carefully ter the case was tried out and evildence ..it. ..
: given by ,both parties who SUPERIOR ""
Infected
::1 as posible, as every -
were J. B. Somersett and B. II. Guy
person carries enough germsin the Judge of the Circuit Court Honorable ..
QfUALITY
his nose and throat to inoculate a James W. Perkins found that IN

whole community and if he is in a Somersett had the most ballots but -
that both Somersett and Guy were
t crowd and should sneeze would discharge -
disqualified because neither of them
1 i enough microbes to start the '
t had voted for the Democratic nominee
disease in a dozen throats, therefore for Governor at the last General

I ..... f the logical thing to' do, should the dis Election: but on teh contrary. each
.' ease appear in our comunity would :.had voted for a man not the Democratic -

T be to avoid contact with any who nominee. As they were offeringin THE UNIVERSAL. CAR
t r a Democratic Primary under a law
may, be affected with it. Crowds requiring voters in such a primary to

ahould be dispersed; theaters,churches vote in the General Election only for BUY
THE NEXT
and schools should be closed; ev Democratic nominees, they were OUR. BEST THING TO DO
'' should neither of them qualified to be the
one use an antiseptic
) ,' mouth ery wash and nose wash and see Democratic in nominee this coming-for County General Commissioner PELICIOUSBAKERYGOODS to do if you are unable to go .

1 that the hands are clean when used Election. lie therefore decided that and fight for your country

: .t about the mouth; look after the gen. there was no Democratic nominee for
eral health, avoid excesses of all County Commissioner from the Fifth and all humanity is to
District chosen in the June Primary ", .
,:
kinds and if have fever e
you or sore
thereby making it necessary for all "'"-""
throat consult a physician. candidates for County Commissioner -- .-

f -. E DERBYSHIRE, M. D. from the Fifth District or otherwise IW .- -- Buy Liberty Bonds
'
to go on the ballot at the General V "
THE CHILDREN OF AMERICA Election by petition. --

,Friends of mine in the Fifth Dis- J
AND THE LIBERTY LOAN
trict have signed such a petition, asking EATING GOOD FOOD MEANS GOOD HEALTH 'EATING and then .
more bonds. Subscribe
to be candidate for the office
me
a YOUCANT
POOR FOOD MEANS POOR HEALTH. THEREFORE
Back of the trenches in France
run
of County Commissioner from
our rear-line trenches tof America. In the Fifth District, Osceola County AFFORD TO USE POOR GROCERIES.THE today. DON'T BE A

them 'every one 'of us is a soldier on Florida. I have accepted the petitionand BEST QUALITY IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU AND SLACKER.OSCEOLAMOTOR.

r*' '-I duty. The liberty loan is a service In offer for the office. YOUR FAMILY AND OUR GOOD GROCERIES IS HEALTH IN.
Everyone in my District knows me'
which every man, woman and child but as the office will be voted on allover SURANCE FOR YOU AND YOURS.

i&w may .take part. Children may carry the County and some of the OUR BAKERY GOODS HAVE THAT "HOME MADE" TASTE
the creed of patriotism into their own voters of the Conuty may not knowme.
I state that I' Democrat and AND FLAVOR YOU LOVE SO WELL. TRY THEM.
vnir lx> ee. Because of this influence avchild am- a .
may help cell Liberty Bonds. I have always voted as a Democrat. I GIVE US YOUR GROCERY ORDER TODAY. /
held .the office of County Commissioner COMPANY
oar kb.rebyappoiatevery; child of school in this County for four years,

r4! **. in the,United States a soldier of via: 1911-1914' inclusive. My record THE :CUT PRICE CASH GROCER, / VI
s, tbe:Liberty Loan- W. G. MeAdoo. then made is open to inspection. I 307-309 Broadway '
pledge myself to a fair, honest and .

''fi '', ,In:tJM'.1JeIIee,of'the night give atlboogilt clean business administration of the PHONE 141 BROADWAY
funds of the County and a faithful
;, ;,. Co, the" 'war savings pledge discharge of all the duties of the ofn. OUT OF TOWN ORDERS SHIPPED'SAME DAY
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE;; FRIDAY, OCTOBER'' 4, 1918 V nvr'



Born, on Saturday, Septombfr "AN OLD TIME HORSE, SALE" I

I. I i INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS It 28th a son, to Mr. and Mr*. C. B. Buckley Takes Place Next Wednesday at GLAD Sef,sue t01

Waters & Carson's. YOU We Aae ra
.... .. ..... .o.ooo.o.oo.. + I We have furnished cottages, favorably Mrs. J. Wade Tucker returned UnITED STA .
located,'for rent. Nelson Realty from a week's visit at Jacksonville,
It's been years since we had an
11 Weather) Report Company. Tuesday' Auction Sale of Horses in this locality

Miss Marian Porter has accepted a For Rent-Two furnished Data, gasoline having taken the placeof

d position in the Central Drug Store, with modern conveniences W. ..B. the Faithful Horse. But still the

c Following are daily temperatures beginning' her duties ilonday. Harris Gazette office. 38-11. Horse has his followingit; always FURNITURE

and precipitations as reported We sell\ the guaranteed Goodrich Dr. Dowling, the State Vcterlnan- was and always will be so. The Stockto i FURNITU

by Government stationat line of Rubber Goods. Every part ian, stationed at Orlando, made: a visIt be sold. hero Wednesday at Waters i

Kissimmee/ the week ending perfect. Central Drug Store:! to Kissimmeo Wednesday. on official & Carson's Stables are Florida bred
October 3.
Thursday
: business. Ponies the property of S. M. Crews.
M JC. Min. Rain Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Straub and
Thursday ___ 80 71 small daughter Miss Ruth, left Mon I The sweetest music ever made can Changing of his business has moved T
be heard with Re-creations the him from this section of Florida :and
Fridayr_ ._ 89 71 1.88 day for months' visit at Kansas on
,
New Edison.' sale Central he is compelled to sell this stock for WE WOULD BE PLEASED hare in and
'i Saturday, ,.:; .. 84 72 .46 City, Mo.J. Tfor' by to you come say, "We come
1 Sunday, ___.,*__ 87 71. A. Suit division trainmaster of Drug Store about whatever it will bring. There are from that part ,of these food old United States, where we demand that
.head in all consist
1 Monday,, .,-._,. 83 70 .62 the A,... C. Lfc:, "with headquarters, at Mrs. Sarah Prevatt' made a bustniss i i. ing of twenty-five Mares Colts and full, we be showo." It is then up to us to produce the foods or we ..cannot
85 '69 .24 Lakeland, in Kissimmee last Sat- trip to ,Davenport Monday. grown
Tuesday, ,, was
-. ? Horses all of which are sound,and in expect you to become a customer. It is the opportunity we desire and
,. Wednesday, _,,_ 87 ''70 .82 urday on business. co n ted'with' his Mrs. W. J. Fripp visited friends in ,
good condition. This stock was raised .we await your coming.THEIAFTER 1WILL8
officia duties. St. Cloud between trains Monday. , -,
O.O OOOOO.OOOOOOOOO'OOO. by Mr. Crews: near Loughman and ".
"fZ;f I .Splendid poultry farm well !mjvroved :Several fine, stock 'ranch ss, various was bred from good blooded Mares. INSPECTION PURCHASE is the wisest

Popular sheet; music, 15c a copy at close in, cheap and easy' ,sizes' ; can please you; 500 to 17,000 Not finding any one buyer for them and the one that will always prove satisfactory. "There
j Central Store.Phone 41, .,*"' terms. Nelson Realty Co. *" acres, improved,some of them stock
Drug all
lie decided
to them at
put up auc- it more:or less hazard about any other. 4
Jack and the Bean Stalk will be :Mrs.! M ilton Pledger received a ed. Write for particulars. Nelson,. tion, and sell them one 'at a time to :

J ", screened at the Casino on' ,Friday sage Friday from tier father, mes-I Realty Company_ the, highest bidders. Any one having C. H. \GRANTHA'M'uT"
-.... October 18th. Padgett stating thrt lie was' ill Mrs. D. W. Alderman and! daughter pasture can make a profitable invest. '

Two acres rich trucking'land, flowing home in Marianna., ''Mrs. Pledger left DcRheta, expect.to leave soon for ment in buying these young Colts. Satisfactory Ston" ..

', 'well, rent or",sale. Nelson Realty on the' midnight train to be with him. 'Atlanta, to be near Mr.' Alderman Sale starts at ten o'clock this Wed {

;, Company, f'' Olin Sibert eldest son of Dr. and who is 'stationed there, ,Mrs,, Alderman nesday' morning.PRESBYTERIAN..
expects to remain in ,Atlanta until I -
and Mrs. J.' D. Sibert left Monday S
Kimball will be '
Clara Young seen ,
'
for Atlanta to enter' the Christmas. \ CHURCH NOTES:
in "The''' Marionettes" at the Casino morning i
Student Army Training Corps in tile Mr. and Mm. J. L. Overstreet and '
YOU' IT?
Friday, October. llth.J. The services at this church 'next I DO
Atlanta Dental College. Mr. Sibert. M. D. Casler, motored to Orlando ,
D. Woodbeck J. F.J. Sunday will be of .
accompanied morning a patriotic W ,
'j will enroll in the Senior class. Wednesday to bring the latter'sdaughter
O'Berry to Palatka on his return character and wil include the singingof 'Listen to the Call of Your Country and of All Humanity 'and
C. II. Funk has made two bale Miss Gladys, home from a
.
home last Sunday, staying over till the "Star-Spangled Banner. '
Monday. (Kpgs) of sea island cotton to the hospital where she was operated on Several new scholars Were enrolledin SAVE GASS ,
l" Osceola for appendicitis two weeks! ago and
acre In county. Fifty years
J. ). Mrs. M. A. Clark returned last the Sunday School of this 'church
certain South Florida.counties is rapidly recovering her health.? W
ago
y' Saturday from Henderspnville N. C., Sumter old Orange Volusa and Polk Interesting/ cards were received by last Sunday, including Alexander 1 case E-Z Flo Salt _-=::___$1'.25 No. 3 Lye Hominy _.,..__._,. .10 \

where summer.she has bun spending the -made'' considerable crops of a bet '-iends In Kissimmee this week from Owens Ackerman and Minnie Tynell Hudson.Owens, Ethel 1 'case Gold Dust. ________ 5.00 No.. I E. J, Peas_____.-...... .10

i ter grade of sea island. Malcolm Overstreet, who is in the Pastor Witherspoon will leave 1 case L. H. Washing P'wd5.00 No. 1 Pork and Beans____ .:..10. 0.:.

." Over 100 selections of standard Miss 'Jean Thomas arrived in Orlando Balloon department somewhere in 1 f Atlantic 3.60 IBs. Cracker .75' .
and classic instrumental Tuesday morning accompanied: by case Matches.... :3 Boy Coffee._
graded music
France. It is evident from these
V and vocal lOc a copy at Cen- this, afternoon over the CoastLine Elder Wm T. Vail to attend the Fall 1 case Black Pepper. 4 oz__ 1.80' Egg no EggSubstitute, *-.-. .20
cards that our boys there
'ctm of over
-f Kissimr.iee. She is one appre
session of the Weirs-
L tral Drug Store. ** the efficient teachers the Magnolia ciate news from. home. Presbytery at 1 .cale'Royal Cocoa ______.2.7.5 Baby Milk. all. *._,.___.___ .05 ..1'

Miss Dixie White of the Dollar school.\ This is her fourth term. Miss Fred Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. dale.The Ladies Aid Society held a I case Rumfod B. Powder... 2.70 Tall Milk, all. ___,_________I2J/2'! :

", Limit Store, spent a few days visit, Thomas will make her home with W. Hill, of -NarcooBscc, has ben pro- meeting at the manse Wednesday afternoon -

i' ing relatives in Pl nt City this week. Mrs. J. A. Bortree.-Reporter-Star. moted to first} L5outen"iit and lira and transacted some impor- ALL DELIVERIES r ,

:", She is expected to return today, Mr. and Mrs. J. Wesley Brown' and been sent back to this country with tant business, both 'for the home in- mutt be in by 10:00: a. m. to insure morning delivery and by 4 p.

Choice farm bargains on favorable two sons, Emery and Laurence, returned other. officers o organize and instruct tcfrests and for benevolences.{ The to afternoon attention.
m
, terms of payment. What size farm Monday from their former j engineering regiments. lIe is stationed society is making some very beautiful get r

do you want. Write for free bookie ,liome in Great Bend where they have j I at Camp Humphrey Va. He,write quilts for the Red Cross.A WE ARE SAVING GASS.

.' l'1 and information. Nelson Realty Co.*** i been spending the summer. During|i hisparents he met Lieut. W. T. M.ik- letter received this week from AT

4 Miss Nellie Taylor( county demon- their trip north they made an extended inson while in France. Mrs. J. W. Evans indicated that she

' stration agent for Orange countv, visit with their son Guerry, who Is, Mrs. T. J.' Fuller, state food con and Benjamin were enduring their Taylor's Cash Grocery
:! pent a few hours in Kissimmce i in Uncle Sam's service. servation chairman and field repres- continued affliction with commendable ;

' Wednesday visiting the housekeep -s Miss Sara Donnella Griffin of Anthony entative for food conservation was fortitude. A host of friends in r "

." course in session here. Florida arrived Saturday; to,among the distinguished visitors here Kissimmee sympathize with .them

t No home is complete without a : conduct the IIcu ckEepera' Short j Monday; Mrs. Fuller attended the most sincerely.A ,
assistant short for in supply of double pocket envelopes oH+ oH'UUo.o ..ouooooo oo+ouo..u oo.o. U+O'OOOtto'o 00.'
New Edison "The Phonograph witha i iI Course.; Miss Griffin is course housekeepers ses-

Soul. Let us demonstrate their State Home Demonstration Agent for sion this week and delivered an inter- for.the, year beginning October

I; superiority. Central Drug Store; ,"' this district and will be 'assisted by esting and helpful address during the first have been received and are CASINO THURSDAY OCT'R 10 | ;
THEATER
\ Dr. and Mrs. Roy Chalker of Lake others state agents rnd by the county afternoon. ready for distribution. I. ,

1r City, arrived in Kiasimmee Mondayby agent Miss Albina Smith.A. '
OSCAR SIMMONS DEAD. KISSIMMEE CHAPTER OF
auto. and have been spending the II. Cooper of Kanoas City,- Mo., v GUS HILL Offers :
week visiting Mrs. Chalkcr's, parents, who purchased the Fox place a$ Oscar Simmons, son of Mr. and THE AMERICAN RED CROSS
Mrs. Jack Simmons ofSt..- Cloud
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Carson.A Shingle Creek is expected to arrivein The Musical Comedy Sensation
died at Camp Jackson, Columbia S. Officers.
Re-creation of music on the, New a few days to take up his residence ,
C., last Monday .his death being the Chairman-Mayor J. S. Cadel.
.. there. Mr. Cooper's car bas already ..
'" Edison, "The Phonograph with a
He Vlce-Chairman-Mrs. B. B. Simp-
: result of an attack of pneumonia. MUTTAND
", Soul," perfect in tune and r producc arrived and he is on the wry having was 27 years old and leaves a wife son. _
a stopped over at Pensacola to visit ,his ,
: \c tion. For: salo by Central Drug
and one son, 'who reside near Ashton. Secretary-Mrs. E. E. Wells.
Store. , -? eons who are working at shipyard
Treasurer-M. Katz.
Mrs. J. E. Brown and little son' at. ,that place.. ,. ,, MRS. MAHALA EDWARDS' DEAD Other members, of, the Executive Jt:=

1J'r !';:' Robert Emmetttreturnedhome; Wednesday . Mr.: and '1111..., J; L. .Reams'; and Mrs. Mahala Edwards died Thurs Board J "''., ,, ,'",,-. ,,'I't) sf.jW?; 'If'"".''.',, ,," II> jT'woOLLY

*,' night; '"from I Ciithbert,',Ga., children returned home from Georgia day September 26,at the home of her C.A.: CarsonY.A; :: &,|JEuDonegan l | \ IN
\:\:" where they have spent"the'past,three t last Saturady,.;i'',MrsJj Reams f and chil daughter, Mrs. J. M; Cooper, 14 Cherry Judge Tr::'M',"'MuiyhyjIllfStefJii11:: i,: i't'" M\. _

months visiting Mr a. Brown mother. dren had been spending several street after a' lingering' illness. Supervisor of Woman's ''Work-
months with relatives in that State Funeral services were held at the
, The government will furnish short Mrs. N. C. Bryan. ,
and Mr. Reams went up about two residence Friday at 10:30 a. m. Rev. WEST
-'t subject films to be used at the.Casino Chairman Knitting DepartmentMrs. -
, 4 nearly every day during the! Liberty weeks ago' to bring them home. They A. M. Chisholm pastor Orlando W, J. S. Carr.

. Loan drive. The donations visited ,Atlanta Griffin, McDonaldand Christian Church officiating. Interment
subjects are 26 People the Stage
,J J ; the popular actors and uctrosBCS other 'points. was made in Rose Hill ceme- Mrs. N. C.' Bryan supervisor of on .

': donating their services. Miss Sarah Partrjdge district home tery under direction of undertaker, J: the Woman's Work for the Kissimmee r
SecondA Shout Minute
.'I' b, Mrs. Ethel Lee Bass and little extension agent spent several daysin W. Thompson. chapter of the Red Cross is personally Laugh a. .__ a '

;' daughter Miss Freddie Mae who Kissimmee the early part of the Deceased, is survived by one daughter in charge of the department Positively Everything New and Up-To-Date
in the short- and garments. In this
week, participating , five grand-children, one making hospital .
': have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs.'
't course furnished by tho State Collegefor :! brother living in West Virginia work she is assisted by Mrs. S. II. .
T. R. Butler for the past ten days c
,"t ( Women to the housekeepers of Bullock. This department ia conducted PRICES -
to leave the last of t> week
expect :e -.
this city. Miss Partridge has been a CARD OF THANKS.We in an'efficient manner by placingthe
for their home in Jacksonville. Balcony 75c Children 50c
(d I Lower Floor $1.00 '
? frequent visitor to Kissimmee and wish to extend our sincere work of each day in the hands ofa

' J. F. O'Berry of Rodman, was here has many warm friends here thanks and appreciation to the chairman from each of the churches t

"f Saturday and Sunday greeting oil Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Babcock are in friends and neighbors for the kindness who assembles, her co-workers, Seats on Sale ,at Central 1 Drug StoreHb p

friends and attending to business. receipt of a card frbm Rev. G. W. and sympathy shown us' duringthe generally' from congregation she pe

f ,'r Mr. O'Berry is now in busi.icss atPalatka Siphar former postmaster at Orange recent illness and death of our represents. The schedule for the, week W-H*
: where he recently purchaseda e
Center announcing his safe arrivalin dear mother and grandmother. We follows:

a large meat market and cold storage Paris, France. Mr. Sprhr i is in the thank them for the beautiful flowers. Monday- Presbyterian Church <->-= Ho 'C o.U OH'C' +'"O 1>000. 00 Ho--HO OHOH OOO+OOHOtOU'o..

l plant. army Y. M. C. A. work and,! reports a We also thank Revs. Chisholm and Mrs. J. W. Miller.

,;, L. Leon Smith, travelling auditor for pleasant and uneventful voyage. Ho Coleman the G. A. R. Circle and undertaker Tuesday-M.! E. Church-:-Mrs. J.

tho American Agricultural ChemicalCo. \ also states that he met Dr. Stafford. J. W. Thompson for their Mcl hatter, and Mrs. J. Z. Roberson. Tax Notice "I

., and R. B. Waterman citrus expert formerly of Windermere who ,is in assistance at the funeral. Wednesday Episcopal Church I r

for the same company spent hospital work over there. Mrs. J, M. Cooper. and grandchildren. Mrs. Clay Johnson.ThursdayChristlan. rr
,w Wednesday in Kissimmee with T. J. ChurchMrs.S. .
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. ,Payne of Jacksonville -
'" Burckhalter local salesman for the '
B. Aultman.
to look I
0 o ,were here Sunday
company. SOMERSET WILL NOT RUN Friday-First Baptist Church-
Arnold received over some property, which they recently FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER A. Notice is hereby given that the
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. purchased; from)L.C. Robinso: Mrs. J. Barclay.The
Thursday morning' full allotment for this depart- f
a telegram The proerty lies near Sam Barber's'Place Kenansville Fla., Sept. ;30.
from Gainesville] bringing the intelU in the 'Boggy Creek section,and Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Kissimmee ment has been completed for some Tax Books of Osceola County will
igence that their son, William was himself well time and the work room will not be
Mr. Payne expressed as Fla.
seriously ill with pneu onia Mrs. open until assignments arrive. be for collection Novemberfirst.
), pleased with obis purchase though he II You are hereby authorized to say open on
Arnold left on the midnight train to The surgical dressings departmentis
bought the land: before looking!i ity over. to voters of Osceola county that owing -
be at his bedside. Mr. Payne is now'in business at Jacksonville to the fact that the Director Gen- greatly in need of last workers consignmentof to carryon I am now ready to furnish tax

Mrs. James O'Berry, who has been but hopes to come here laterto eral of railroads has issued an order their work. The

spending several weeks at the homeof make his home. forbidding any agent or employee of who 10,080 can use sewed a needle pads, can 8x12.help Anyone in this estimates. In writing about taxes always -
J. T. Reaves in the ;
father
her! Miss Amy Maklnson who is a student -* the Federal Railroad Commission en.
Point left yesterday for Rodman the Woman's College at Tallahassee In holding ' work and it will be necessary for a of
at gaging politics or any political number of workers to dedicate some 1 give a complete description
:Fla., to visit the family ,of J. F. in company with seven other .: office I will not be a candidatein of their time each week to this .
O'Berry. Jim Las been on a business chosen tc attend the the office spare
students election for
was the general this and enclose
of their time each week to pa- property postagefor
trip to Kentucky and is exp cted> : to War Workers convention at Winter of County Commissioner; from the triotic 'service the Kisinim your
or
meet Mrs. O'Berry 'at Rodman. Park last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. commissioners district of Osceola .
5th chapter will fall short of its duty., reply. A discount of 2 cent ,
Attorney P. A. Vans Agnew of Makinson Mrs. N. C. Bryan and Mis- county, as I am an employee of said 'Tliis, work room is open Wednesday per

Jacksonville, spent n few days in ses Joe and Dot Makinson.motored to commission and. could not sacrifice and all day
: nnJ! Thursday mornings allowed all dur-
'Kissimee this week attending: to legal Winter Park Saturday for a few I such position for the office of county It-riday. will be on taxes paid

-matters. Mr. Vans Agnew was accompanied hours' visit .with Miss Amy, and as commissioner. As I was entitled to

p, by C. I. Day, general,manager she was feeling 111, brought her home. the nomination by legal ballots and METHODIST CHURCH. ing the month November. .

'. for the Southern Utilities Co., Later, she developed what 'Is pronounced not being able! to'serve under the circumstances Preaching, Sunday 11 a. and 7:00p. :

r and they; together' with"W.lBf.Craw-( \ a case of Spanish Influenza. I suggest that the peopleof m.. C..L. BANDY, /

\iord.-whoia attorney' for thibj. com. Her friend, Miss Theresa Yeager, of the county put on 'by petition, a Morning subject,. "Great Faith." . '
, :pany attended the hearing before Tallahasse,who is in her senior year man who is competent and Will do the Evening subject, Homeward : Tax Collector.

State Food Commissioner.. Braxton at the college, accompanied home I things that will be best,for the most Steps." 42-9t f fI "

' 'Bemcham at Orlando Wednesday. for the week-end and returned to people and be governed! in his action Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 1
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.; /This .tearing was held to arrive at a Tallahassee Monday. Miss Amy will by the people in this district. p..m. with Mr.: McLean as leader. All I tooo..oooo.o.o.o.oooo.oo..ooo+o.o

:( {basic oh which :to fix.the price of.ice. if mala home until she Lea':\>> Yours truly, welcome to attend these services.J. I

';j >: throughout ,tho'ptste,* -. r. i.t I ly recovered' her health mPlete-j l'' J. B. "SOMERSET" D. 9IBERT, Pastor. Help' the Boys to "Carry On." Buy Liberty Bond



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FARMERS SHOULD PLANT
Suds! -=; rose brace "

LARGER COVER CROPS ,

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a bubbling In order to meet the demands for create will not only increase our particular 1
BIG.ubwtln" I IWash Heal, ,d.-lry feeds during the approachingwinter supply, but will odd directlyto t
honest cleaning suds- the United States Food Administration available mea/t for e port, and will c
/ even to cold water. Glorious suds has pointed out that strengthen our position as a.nation
1' E _lids that clean like magic. Suds, southern farmers should greatly in- in the war-struggle across the
millions of 'em tbat.urge through '
the clothes and Imply drive out creose. their acreage of cover crops water." A Book that will
very particle of dirt. Water Kjfteo-. and winter pasturage. By so doing .
era, washing powder and bar soap the farmer will assist in conservingthe Can Now 'Eat and..Sleep In Comfort.If '' help to make
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may be thrown away when GRANDMA you
comet to your house. This mill feeds and course grains troubled with indigestion or ,Ls. 'ar
magical, marvelous pouxformf //I06p Braxton Beacham, Federal Food sleeplessness you 'should read what More Money
baa twice the cleansing power. and at Administrator for Florida gives in Miss Ag-ness Turner, Chicago: Ill, _
ball the coat GRANDMA clean '
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everything, even the finest chiffons, dorsement for this movement;. not has to say "Overwork, irregular -
without Injury. Find out about only through his efforts to assist in meals and carelessness regarding the ..
"' GRANDMA-try ber on your neat those things indorsed by the Food ordinary rules of health,. gradually "Citrus Culture," an attractively illustrated "
the Woolen Socks aoapagunoDcejrouiueGllANDMA.GRANDMA'S watih da,. You'll never watte bur., Administration, but because of .Jiie undermined it untjl lat fall I be, booklet, in which the experience of successful .....
You Knit with Grandma practical,knowledge of live stock. came 'a wreck of my former self.! I growers It laid before you, is full of Interesting -' :
Bearing out 'the idea of greater' suffered, from continual headache! facts and suggestions. )

pasturage< of live stock in Florida was unable todigest !my food, which Even one: helpful hint mean hundreds '
Powdered !may ;
Soap seemed to lay as a dead weight on ,
winter Beacham Is- "
during the Mr. of dollars to jou-"Citrus Culture' is full of r ,
sues the following statement) my stomach. I was very Constipated them. Though'worth paying for,' the book will
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"All well Informed who and my complexion became;, dark, yellow il
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persons be mailed free while the edition lasts. ,
Your Grocer Has It !
have discussed the ploblems of raising and muddy as I felt Sleeplessness .. '
., live stock in Florida, hammer Incessantly ' was added to my misery, and I "Cit.ru Culturl.'lt contains useful facts froth r. .. ';..
on the needs of a greater woudd awake tva tired as when I wentto linlilo sources. Read it and draw your own conclusions. ... ,
and better pasturage. The present sleep. I heard of Chamberlain's Experienced growers: Iiave found, the ;
CHICKENS IN(FLORIDA, opportunity to give some attention to time should develop this movementmore Tablets and found such relief 'after book of value. J

No form of meat'can be prodrced the raising of chickens and eggs. A than has been done in past taking them that, kept, \A> the_treatment Send, today for four copy. A postal card '::)
quicker than; poultry under right dollar for an ordinary chicken and years because of the short supply of for nearly two mo the,{ 'They will do, or simply write your''' name and address .
conditions, says the State Marketing practically' five cents a piece for eggs mill feeds and the greater'' demands! cleansed my stomach, in'vngor-ated my ,on the margin of this ad and mail it to us',
Bureau. There is demand for poultry -the basis of.a recent five cent sandwich : on the United States for furnishing system, and since that tlAr I can eat n P
i and eggs, and it I. not likely forA -ought to be profit-Able. those feeds. The northern slates and sleep in comfort' I am today en- '
long time that the supply will depress There Is no more useful product in during the winter months must de- tirely well I Bradley Fertilizer Works -. 'J'i'i'
prices. There are few cide lines :the household, after milk, then eggs. pend on mill feeds but here in Florida 'TIM America Atri ullunl Chemical!CompanrF. "i'ia
in' Extra effort should be made to G. Bo-."...,. Lo"l: MraiW .
requiring as little investment a keepa where we are blessed with such THE SEASON OF FROST
moderate way that will equal poultry supply in the market. a temperate climate, we can carry The season of 'frost is now on in 920 Heard BUrf. JcckMarilU, fU. ,

raising{ on the farm. much of our stock on pasturage, or the north, where In come sections the ,
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Farmers who live some distance urovo'a Tasteless chill Tonic on open range during the winter interval between the late spring
from market and those who have lertom vitality and energy by purifying and see season. 1 frosts and the early ones cf fall is r
neyer before taken such interest in rlchloj thi blood. You can MOO feel lu Strpoglhenln "I greatly indorse what has been only about' eight! days, says the
poultry should find this a favorable Invigorating Y.1r_. Price; SOc. ./ said! by Federal Food Administrator, State Marketing Bureau.It ..'
OGG "OoOoO< H O OoOOH'OoOr 'r.
John M. Parker, ci: Louisiana, wno will not be long before we hear
sums up the situation as follows- of, snow flurries up there, and later
'With the lessening of manpower the ground will be covered with snow HOGS FOR SALE !
Registration t Notice both for planting and harvestingcrops and the waters thick: with ice. Then
the small grains can be, ,used will be the real garden time in FlorIda
to great advantage where heretoforethe and it is desired that it ,be a
planting has been extremely lim record season; "Everyone who creates I.
Registered Hampshire Hogs from lest breeding. 13 gilts being
ited. Wheat, oats rye, vetch, and the or cultivates a garden! ,helps to now ,
clovers planted in most of the south- solve the problem of feeding the nations bred. Two bred sows; one young service boar General Tipton
in
The registration books for enrollment of voters to participate
ern states at any time before the ," President Wilson. If f
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says breeding; no kin to herd. Total of sixteen] price $1000 casli for
the November general election will be open at the office of the Registration middle of November, will,start; a vigorous conditions allowed our chief execu- '
Officer! at Kissimmee: from Monday August 5, 1918, until October growth and! will not winter-kill tive to take a week off it is hoped he the lot. Sold farm and have no feed is why this bargain price. j
except in very extreme weather. may come to Florida this winter and First check gets them. Liberty Bonds accepted. Hogs in fine con-
1 12th.
'On properly and cultivated prepared see what is being done.
fields, these grains and leg* Weather making is a matter be- titiont I worth twice this amount. ;'
The precinct registration books will be'open in the several! pre umcs will afford not only rich and yond human control, but oil can take 1Florida9s

cincts from Monday, September 2, until Saturday October 12. nutritious pasture nearly all winter, advantage of what is going to happenby j. Q. LLOYD
but in the spring will'make'reasonable watching daily indications furnished
grain returns as the grazing does by government observers, who are Fruit-land Park Florida, :
All voter who desire to participate in the general election in November I
not seriously affect productivity. A in telegraphic( connection with information -
and who have not been properly registered heretofore, are notified vigorous campaign along these lines gathered all over the country, 00+0+04-0+00+Q0+O *
will be an inestimable benefit in conserving in Canada and in the West Indies. '
that they must be ,registered during these dates. The removal up ,
those food products so vitally When they say 'It is going to rain or s
k from one precinct to another since registering will require changing needed. This southern effort when get hot or: cold or blow, they know

the ,records in this office accordingly. .... carried out in co-operation with the I because they 'have conditions everywhere -
Department of Agriculture nnd' demonstration / right before them just as the "
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agents, will bring about dispatcher on the railroad knows Duty to the .
E. D. KATZ great relief and great saving. where his trains are. Witch' the i
"Of 'course the Florida farmer weather reports and you can be better "
must modify his plans to meet his local -. able to arrange farm and garden ?a
SUPERVISOR. OF REGISTRATION, FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY v conditions and the opportunitiesin affairs. Fourth Liberty Loan .

Kissimmee, Florida. .' :, his particular section of the state. There is no use to complain about ...''
A n '; : '-/' "a, : ,L.1,' : J' " Every additional care of forage crops weather, People in Florida, 'wherewe ,- I ' ," , , &- 1 '
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r "" t ; and winter pasturage that we can have more,good weather '"with ; ', .1 i. < " ,
;;1;" j 'Flonda... seoos' on the, fighting; !.!. theIr (duty lIOb1y '
,(on, each' 'side off ui;\haye;, been<<:. .. '' "" '' -- "
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: known'to complain. Better quit'find : FIorTda'sSipople' honvTairi and will .do their shar to.wln'
-:. ")IK-3I-JllK:. .JK.JIIIIIIK:. ", ing fault and leave the making of the the war.

; weather to One who does it, and is so
\ kind that he allows the rain to faT :The 'Fourth Liberty Loan, must be put over enthusiastically and

on the just and unjust. quickly, and Florida should lead in doing it. ,
I 8 The. land is our friend and support
I.I.SieepSweetly I er. The life of' all things depend upon Let's all do not only our bit but our best and do it without '
the land. Some folks live on the
land, but have no .love JTor it. They delay.
; from it and then
take all they can

I Coffee -tea and some other drinks kick it. Keep friendship 'with the WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. ;
is land that gives
8I land. It petted 41
N when teken at bestowed it. Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizers ,
l the evening meal tend back all that is upon ..'.. ,
Br.re land will respond to' the touchof
Jacksonville Fla.
; Slo keep some people awake. a 'man with a farmer-spirit in his :f
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..it
heart. It always does its best. Sing '
.. i and laugh and the Innd responds with
One erf I 41
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I C. A. CARSON President N. C

r i BARB troublesome WIRE CUTS to AND cure.WOUNDSare Get a I ;;sn''J:

8 ItrpOSTUM-1 bottle of Farris' Healing Remedy- The: Waters & y

Heals
costs 50c-make it at home.
rapidly. A sore never matters where1 '

v I is that it never affects nerves or heart. I the this Carson money remedy Grocery back is used.Co.plan.We Water sell I it'".oh& Grocery Company


In Tact much Postum : J
I one can drink as
I NOT UTILIZED' Wholesale) and Retail Dealers in 0 1GROCERIES' : 1'"

i I as he pleases just before bedS Among the new fgruits Is the roselle -
almost a star in that respe t. It

L .' I : time and, no ill results follow for I i8 a substitute for the cranberry, or
8 really not! 'substitute but one capableof
S Postum is and absolutely making a jelly that equals or surpasses -
pure that delicacy. It also can be . 0000060000000 00 0000 . 0 . . -
pickled, and in a dry form can be .
.8 Tree from caffeine or any other 8 saved a long time. It is extensively WE SELL ..' .. WE BUY 0

harmful used in Australia and the West .In HAT .+ k
A drug or substance. / dies. It grows in tree form, and; can .. BIDES .
.1
I- be grown in any garden. It' is popu GRAIN "J. .
Ash- FURS w.
lar at the Shaker community, at f

I f' Postum comes in two forms; ton, In_ Osceola county, Fla. Elder FERTILIZERS .. .. WOOL ,;;;q4 p' .+
' Ezra Stewart will answer inquiries .
, I Postum Cerealwhich must be boiled I concerning It. The nurseries. can also SHINGLES, AND : i rr I 0
information about it, the ORANGE BOXES .. .
give says ;
2 ? and Instant Postum, made in the cup Hate' Marketing Bureau. ORANGE WRAPS, .. *. ALL ...

I I momente They are 'equally] delicious fruits There that are have other passed vegetable thee, verdictof and VEGETABLE. CRATES +. .* COUNTRY III k
Ma
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'= and the popular approval but a wide 'i PKODUOI ,
cost
is about the ;
r I per cup : same./ spread taste has riot been established, CRATE NAILS + .. ". M1..

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f(1i.- I to the - 'WO' p.
I supplied in ample quantities
'There's a.\.lJl1S0D markets to give the consuming pub- W. tell field and garden seeds of all kinds

I ,l : I" r i He and slim pocket books a, chance Wi fire special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties
: r r of which the dasheen U an example. Free delivery in city; limit Thone No. 12. : R ,

x *. i. .rsszzwzwzzz: lf This product Is' a substitute for the W. aN county agent 1.fertilizen.. Ask a* for circular and pries ton ,,

potato and a better keeper. fertilizer. .(U..S... Fe.4.. Adniaittratioa; License Ifs G-2Z092), .


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' W;; B. Crawford Leo 'Jama THE FOURTH LOAN, ISTHE'FIGHTING nd for OsoeoU County In Chancery . .. ..... .... ... .. ... ... . .. ... . . . .. (.
GET SLOAN'S FOR the undersigned a. '8peclal Master. In .
, CRAWFORD &JARRELLATTORNEYS.AT.LAW: LOAN Chancery, will sell st
for cash In hand. to tho
tier, at the front door G. WAGNER
AS the campaign: for the Fourth PAIN RELIEF louse In Klsslmmeo,
Offices 4 5 8, and 7 Citizen YOUR ola. Statt of Florida ", .
, Bank Building Liberty Loan approaches the American hour. of sale, on

' CiMiniinoo Florida Army in France moves on to.' of November A. i). 1(18
; described property: and Insurance

ward Berlin. Under our own leaden You don't have to rub It In Slate fllluatn of Florida In said County alit: Agency ,

DR. W. W. CARSON the great American Army has won a comfort (I) of the Northeast
notable.vlctol'f.. to ,get quick, Ion Two (1). .
i DENTIST relief (II) S; Range Bank Building. Telephone No. 30.
When our soldiers on the battle ing InK Ono Hundred and
Office over Pilley Building Kisiimmee.; Fla. ,
OtTloo Hours: i-11. 1_IMI front are braving death, each one 'offering1 acres Dated more September or less tflth. '

< >v 4 'Phono 111 Rosldonoo .P...... II to make the supreme sacrifice MILTON: : '

Administered Tooth for Extraction of for his country and the great cause, Joint Once, eore you've mu.cle tried, sciatic It on pain that rheumatic etUI- KRinns ft Special STEED, Matter, Agency; maintaining big general' offices in New \

we who remain safely at home surely twinge lame back-you'll find I Solicitors for : Boston Chicago and other cities for the con. 'r

LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW should give them every support, thought a war'mt- soothing'liniment' relief could produce.you never I I \ seekers. .If you with to tell write .me at once
should make to a (Cllallosi.) '
'sacrifice .
every
Won't stain the skin,leave.no rmua of any kind unless we sell your 'property. No char
strengthen them. If we cannot fight in I. the' Court of (.... '
wastes no time applying, sure to tr advertising.
Waring Building ourselves we. can make our''' dollars give quick results. A large bottle of Fl...... withdrawing or ,
Your Kolatc. o( Sylvester II. the New York Life Insurance Company '
r fight. means economy.: own or any .. i

fat Johnston- O. P. 'Qarroti It Is a great' cause for which America other druggist; : has it. Get it today. IIV THE Jl'UUIS C..ty.ut<< : Accident and Health Insurance. ",. .

is engaged In this war; it >Js a --
JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEY.ATLAW Whereas A. E 0 oo..oo.oo... OOOO. OOOUoc.
great struggle in which the very hope to this Court for ..... ""

of the world is bound that Is being' tr Non on the, estate of
Offices 10; 11 and 12 Citizen Baal up J I'd. deceased late of /
. ;
Building, 'waged in Europe and on' the high rWeolaThem- Printing from the Valley Gazette :,

JCIsstm'moo, Fla. seas. It .is an honor to have 'a partin are, Therefore, .
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.. dmonlnh all and .
,.. . it and all Americans, all of their and creditors of said

lives, will be proud of the part they held In each election district In 'Onceila. and appear before this
J County at the pollimx places used fore the 24th, day of
had hi'it ashamed of their failure +
or at.the. la t neutral election during the 918, and nioobjections J
to do their part. hour prescribed for the holding of have.to. the granting

CDRSOJ{ FOBJJIER The Fourth Loan is a fighting loan. elections to: said election and all shall matters t>o In strict|pertaining compliance /. ,wine Administration/ the cam. .wlU nn said he ", a Hardware Co.

[Every subscriber to'the' Loan strikes. with the law governing the A. K. Drought, or. to' , .
holding of such elections. person or'persons. ,
a blow 'for Liberty, for Vlv ory' 8. The ballots shall be printed and W/loess my name as '
usud In said el..cllon'dilltrl ut such) of the County aforesaid
elections. on which shall bo' printed Inn nf September, A. l>. Located on Klssimttiee'sBUSIEST
SELLSFire In the silence of..the night give a first on a. line the words ''for Compulsory (SEAL: ) T. \
Dipping| of Cattle," and on an-' to the
thought war savings''pledge. thor line, next below said words

Life, Accident and What-does your conscience tell you f "there shall be printed the wordnAttHltmt 1\01'I'U ttV M'I'U'K
the Compulsory .Dipping of
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i Cattle"; and those electors votlow In 1I'JUrING.NoUcoa .
Health Plate Glass, Liability aid election who desire to vote Infa'or Is hereby given CLOCKS '
: of compulsory dipping of cattleIn
(j GOOD NEWS
bald territory of Unceoa| County nual meeting| of the F
the month when Father Time his semi-annual
and Boiler Insurance. i shall make a cross In front of the the United Land & goes on

I words "For" the Compulsory Ulpplnx ('rant rd. aptheXlselmmee ) to set our clocks ahead one hour. In this connect
of Cattle and those electors voting
Legal Bonds Executed Many Klslmmee Readers Have HeardIt In milil election who desire to vote Monday, October 14th remind everybody 'that we have four different styles
and Profited thereby. against the compulsory dlpplnv of o'clock n. m., for the '
Same Needed. rattle In said territory of Osoi-ol tore for-the ensuing )' All of them have an alarm attachment that i is very
Day bounty shall make u cross Mark In transaction of such ;
"Good news travels fast," and the front of the words "Al pulsopy Dipping of Cattle.:
( Inir. TV. B.
many bnd back sufferers in Kissim- 4. Hold votes shall be counted, returned ? t Secretary clock and are afraid you will forget it. Just set .)

OFFICE: State Baik Building't it mee'are glad to' learn where relief and, and this canvassed board shall as provided thereafter bylaw I off at.that hour and the thing is done for the blessed

may be found, Many a lame, weak make and certify a statement of threnult .. I. 3VOTICH FOH l'iII :
Raid which. shall he mechanism will let and alter
of election loose keep like a guilty
you
and aching back is bad no more, kept on file among tho public recordsof Ilepartmeot .f the.
Oscenla County, and a thereof do buy the bond. Try itl! Anyhow buy the
copy
thanks to Doan's Kidney Pills. Our U.'I/', JAIn" Office, .at you .
shall be certified to the State LiveStock ,
t 1- J. W. THOMPSON citizens are telling the good news of Sanitary Hoard. Sept, 14 1918.
6. A copy of this resolution shall be Notice Is hereby Klven
heir experience with this tested rcm- n. Manuel, of Klsslmmee.
each week for four
published once consecutive

Funeral DirectorAND >dy. Here is an example worth read. the Ht. Cloud weeks. Tribune prior to and said the election Klnslminee l In- May No. I lI R 1BJ70, 1917 Beckon for, made Lot S,o : ; a very complete stock of Furniture. When you come' .,' :

ing: Valley Uacette, and a l':1iI' Lot 1 of SO 23, that LIBERTY BOND call store and let
of shall bo posted at the place Mange 1. Tallahassee at our ui
Mrs. R. L. Scavcr 324 Bermuda
filed notice
of Intention "
'Ave., Kissimmee, gave the following last, used district aa a of polling the county place not In iaclilection lent mutation the land above Proof to.... .. .. pretty .useful things for your home. t
than before the date axedherein
statement \May 21, 1908: I had been thirty for holding days such election, Circuit l Court at -
an
UCENSED'EMBALMERStors ; the 25th day of :: :::
i great_ sufferer from backache. \My t' n.lit on Clalman names as WHAT OUR OFFICE DOG THINKS .' "I

back ached constantly with a dull NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOIl TAXDKKII. .1. T. Haas, of Kt

and Chapel, Stewart Ave lain which kept me in misery. There i J.J. I.Vllcox K. Hans, of, of Kl ... 1 It is pretty bad to be. a friendless Dog; ;,

irinalmmre' Fla. '/ was a soreness across the small of ', "'1lplI"e! but Germany's plight is even worse. ,
); )tire la hereby given that C. A. mce, Florida
I.. back and time! I stooped Strauh. purchaser of Tax Certificate HOBT. '
my every There are many points of similarity { all!
.o.c ......, ....ooo...... No. .4.: dated the 1th day of August 44-Bt- . ,
over attempted to lift anything
or A. D. 1910 nan field said certificate In Everybody wants to kick .homeless dog. !
11 office and has made applicationfor 2SOTICH OF '''' ;
the awful. kindaya y
M. TILLER pain was My were tax Aired to Issue In accordance Notice Is hereby ",Iv.. so also the Germans. A kicked dog ,
weak, too, and I couldn't rest com- with ".w. Said certificate emhrnns'he and by virtue of final
I fortably nights I learned of Docn's fallowing described property, situated cloaureissuedoutofand. whines; so do the Germans. The dog
Real Estate Agency. In Onccola
County Florida to- of the Circuit Court of
.. ;, Kidney Pills and got a supply at the wit: dicial Circuit of the- cooties; so have the Germans. A I'I''has
aeees\a./f\af..ff m% mm' ii The North half of Lot 80, Park Gardena In and for Uaceola
Kissimmee Drug Co., and they Rave In Section 6. In Township 26, silting I In a certain punished dog skulks under the table
Really bought and sold. .
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relief and comfort than Range 19 I2nst. Said land b Ina iu
me more
Houses rented. nt date of Issuance of said cer- Is Com' dainent, and K. and signs are not wanting that Germany
I used. The backaches rncate In tho name of N. A. Clay Un- :;:
anything ,
ever Clara V. Cobb his wife
t Taxes paid and Title verified \lean. said. certificate shall be wdi...niediccordlnir Construction and .. under the peace table and beg for such crumbs as
vanished, and my kidneys acted :regularly to law a tax deed will Is* "
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are respondenta the
; for non-residents. again." thereon on the 2nd day of November Special Master In ....r'D. certainly will have no part in what goes on over the

.. Fire. Life and Accident lniurance. I On March 26, 19J8, Mrs. Seaver A. L). IUS J. I* OVERSTREKT, of public sale,outcry before during the Germany one last effectual kick right now by 'sub* 'I

t,, > J said: Every once in awhile when I By(Real S. !H.) BULLOCK Clerk D. Circuit C. 7\/ Court.4J-5t. County In the City of Osceola of and Fourth Liberty Loan. .

Indemnity Bonds.. get a .slight backache, caused by hard da, on Monday.-the 7th
A OT UK OF AHMIMSTIIATOII4For a
A. D, ISIS, WI
; .... .o.o.ooo..o. .. .. work 1 begin -taking Doan's? Kidney : ,Klaal lUmrttmrmr.) .: real estate rt'.atOI: In :
:
Pills and they quickly grlve"me; ;;relief j lIC..rt'of' ('.,n.cy' Jndite, 54.1..1 County, "Florida
1 .. .. Th"- south half or Hardware Co
"' I gladly.confirm my, 'former/,, state i'\V;; " .!'1.1'1".' i Ship IB Hang at Faat.ITermelof o a r
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"' '' !' \ '} ,k. !\ ::4 i1/J. cash. (
'j II' ,sale
> : ,:. :> : mint j j1'II!\ ; it1Jr' ,'1i i( !+:- y AJ\;\ ! < .
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oufe o
MeATS Price 60c. at all dealers Don't rrolaoua.tr. S9.4CMSpecial .Master
Notice Is to all whommay
hereby given
ARC .weLLKEPT simply ask f-r a kidney remedy-get concern that on the 10th day .
a BY Doan's Kidney Pills. -the. same that f April A. D. 1918, I shall apply lethe NOTICE OF
Mrs. Seaver' had. Foster-Milb Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judge ol DEED
"U HfR.s ADEPT! said Court. M Judge of Probate for Noiloa Is hereby ( ..i

0- Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo N._,Y./,,. 1/ final "dlacharare as Administratrix of Jennlrirs, purchaser of .
the estate of James W. Prentla. deceased .- No. 612, dated the 7th sllsa
: and that at the same time 1 A. D. 11116. has filed
s LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS will present to said court my final ac.Hpmnls my office, and has .
at Administratrix of said estate for Tax Deed to Issue te Banki
and oak for their approval. with law. Said
Dated September 27, A. l>. IBIS the' following described
RIiJ801.'JTIONS ADOPTED nv THR
1 MARY J. PHENTIA uated In Osceola :
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t 0Ie.to11t1.A COI'MTY ( <)MIISaiomcHs. ,
SEI..... a. isi*. o-a-m-f-6-md. Adlmnlstfstlx, wlt: Lot 7 In Block, 80' :(,.
land being assessed it
A BUTCHER WHO IN rnirviT roriiT STATPJ OK Issuance. of said (.. of Kissimmee !
Whereas It EfeI' Ya bo for the FI.OIUUA. of F. It. Reed. Unless
best Interests County andof shall be redeemed
KNOWS HIS BUSINESSis the cltliens thereof that an election Seveata Judicial C.I........ OsevolaCounty deed will Issue thereon
hall be called and held under authorityof day A. D.
: !
Chancery.
in charge of this market. He of and In compliance: with the provisions of.O"to"I.: I* VI" : of the world

Section 4 of Chapter 7S4( ofthe M. C. llrro'. ro..I.'..... v.. ".rPT Cleric Circuit Court eyes
purchases only the finest meats of the State of Florida, en Florida.
l> .
..ran Bryan and al>y llryan, his wife .
,. Create LiveHtock .
Act to the
manner l>.f.ndan...- J9-5t. By S. H.
and handles them in a Sanitary BOArd and to PrescribeIts I II I '

h' that insures their freshness when hfemhernhlp, Powers, and. Duties, It app..arlnlfb-.flldavlt; appended NOTICC5 I
n Fix the Compensation for the Service to the bill tiled In the abov"lItllt'dcau..e Sealed bids will be the who
." you welcome them to your home. of It. Members to Vest In Bald Board that Daisy Bryan one of the defendants Board of County ', ", on man
the Authority' to Provide for thePrev..ntlon.
te jla County, to ten
therein named la a nonresident up
Our unfailing: courtesy and honest Suppression and Control 'I of the State of.Klorlda. and October 7th. 1818, oh :;
methods appeal to folks who be- of, nnnirrrouH (Communicable, Contn- Is a resident of Mnrshallvllle, (leorirln wooden bridge across
,
frlouii Infections and other DlncaiteHof
ind that she la over theaRO of twentv- swamp For any
lieve in getting: their money's Cattle Hog, and Other HonifBtlcAnlmnls one year: It- Is therefore ordered that Inn construction of ..
t l., and to Kntabllsh. Maintain saM non-resident defendant be and Is J, t,. Overstreet Clerk.
worth of quality goods. and Enforce Quarantine Among Huch hereby required to appear to the 1)111nf All bids to be mailed.
Animals mid to Adopt and Enforce complaint filed In said cause on or street as Clerk of -.1
I Rules and Regulations! Ri-RariUnor before J. U ':
Monday, the 4th day' of November
and Said Matters and to live Said A. D. 1918"otherwise the nlimitations Clerk Board of County !
Hoard Authority In Respect thereto of said hill will be taken as confessed I usceola County Florida
Market and to Authorlxe County Commissioners -
;
) by said. defendant 2F
City to Appropriate and Expend Kupcln It Is further ordered that'this orderbe :NOTICE OK /)\ <
for the Work of Tick Eradication and published once a week for fournnseeutive KIMA1. IJI!< '
Hog Cholera and to Provide for the weel'S In the Klssltnrm1 In Court of County
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A Appointment other Agents of a. State and Employee Veterinarianand of Valley In said (b'n: : newspaper fttate. publishedIn Florida tat of D.Osceola C. Le. !
M : Said Hoard and FIR the Powers Thereof -
Notice Is hereby
the 27th day of September 11)18) given
1 eee.eoeooaIi '...." '" and to Prescribe I'unlnhment fur (Circuit Court Sea).) may concern that on for a moment man ;
Violations of ,This Act and of the J. L. OVRHSTnUET. February, A. D. 1810, I young ,
and of Said
Rules Regulations" Hoard the Honorable T. ,
Clerk Circuit Court. M. :
and to Make the Necessary Appropriation Kmnns A STEED .. said Court as Judge of give a thought to self. The :
C. for Carrying Out the Provisions Sollctora for Complainant. 42jcMASTKIl'H final discharge as
t: I GRIFFIN ; of This Art., (Approved June 9, 1917); estate of D. C. Lee, .. : '
To enable a majority of the qualified SALE. at the same time I will that confront you now or '
electors voting In said election to declare Court my final accounts ,
themselves In favor of or against. Notice Is hereby given that under trix of said estate and
'
. | Staple and Fancy compuliioryrattle dipping In all preclnctn and by virtue of Final Decree In the proval. years hence. >
of and
said courtly than
more
case of Martha Mav Herrlnarton. Truii Dated July" 26th. A.
twenty-five per cent of the registeredvnfers tee for : vs.James FLORA B. LEI: :
ii of Osceola" County who were F. l'h! :: \\r: of affairs in state nati __
33-l m-6mo t the
yon- men ) country, <
t.. GROCERIES qualified to vote at the last "general 'Merry, his wife, and John A. Taltv : .,
election have signed and presented tothis' d rlrcul NOTICE TO ('IUI; are the men who started to save early in life.
I Hoard a petition for calling t."h"h ludf.1:1 :
> of .. nlhefO Court of Circuit !. the Court of the :
and
holding thesaid
an of the Slate of Florida, In anti for Oeceola OMeeola lonHty. "' ...
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Free all purpose: now therefore be It the respect and confidence of the community.
Part
to
Delivery County In Chancery the under- at
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Resolved hy the Hoard 'of CountyCommisslonerS l"'lt"c' : ;
aliened ns Special Master In Chancery To : i r ;: :i l
of Osceola
I : of the City Counly- will sell at public outcry, for cash In tees and all persons
1. That an election Is hereby) railed/ hand to the highest bidder nt the or Demands against : on the other tide-at the fellows who spead all they
and shall be held for said .
to the laws governing purpose general according front door of the Court House In KIsslmmee You and each of )' hare a food time for a while, bat what-doe their
h .,
: County of Osceola, State oFlorida notified and required
elections, the 6th of
on day November Bed?
during the legal I hours ofsale claims and demands .
A. IX 1915.
on Monday. the 4th day of November either of you may
2. That such an election shall be
,, WE BUY A. D. 1918 the following described estate. of Henry C. will
property situate In the Countyof late of Osceola County, or 10 deposited in this bank be the

i OLD FALSE TEETHWe Oscenla, State of Florida to wit undersigned Executrix: of an honorable, independent career. >
The South half 'of the Northwest quarter within two years from

pay from2.00 to $35.00. per Ask Your Grocer* of' Section((96) South Bin (6)RanKe TownshipTwentIsix 'Twenty- Dated August!. I9, rih. your beginning BOW-today. Your bank /

Bet (broken lots). We Also pay ac- nine (U) East together with the tenements ||..t. will pare the way. .
L
hereditaments and
Mal value for' Diamond old Gold\ For appurten
w' an(.... _________________? ____ ____ $100,000.00
Silver and : Send at Dated September 80th 1118. RED CROSS IRONA
.Bridge-world. O P. QARRETT, over------------------_,______,____ 600,000.00
t once by parcel post and receive A CHEEKNEALSCOFFEES Special Master In Chancery,IKRInR8. (WITH

return mail.MAZER'S & STEED f I f you don't feel well or '
; ,ty '-I 7 Solicitors for Complalnant. 42- Officers aad Directont .
down
TOOTH tired and all run
SPEC Y ,
MASTKIt'S SALK, biliousness) indigestion President M. KATZ and E. L LESLEY. V-P. 1
X. 2007 So. 5th St. FnUaetphiaUN
#r' Dept ""; of sorts, take a bottle
Notice Is hereby. given, that uncl..rand HERBS with PEPSIN. ROMA Cashier
Inhancery THOMAS,
by virtue of a Final Decree
Oukdn that DesNot Affect thtHaai In the; case of S. J, Entrlkln put you in the pink of '
..,Minor V. Cheesmaa and Jessie M. and more than one N. B.. CARSON M. KATZ.H .;
!lee....ol Us tonic and UxaUvo: -.Z.AXA.
Chessman, his wife E. D. Malloy, and
,. .. Cross Remedies and FLEMING E. L. LESLEY
1 ; TIVB BKOMO QUININB better th ontlnary' International Steel ft Iron Company : ,
1 Tninlno 1s.d.and does R.not nniberUio canoe nervpoueu raU namosnd aoijurhig Best By Every Test* corporation I defendants: pending' In old and guaranteed only) J. WADE TUCKER, Director *

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EIGHT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4,' 1918

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: AUCTION SALE! LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS '. :

:
AN! 0111)1 NAM'K.

AN OR DIN AMOR:: To IIm"nd'See.- '
lion SIT of the Hevlsod Ordinances of
the I City or KUslmmve "Florida, of HELP. THE GO GOVERNMENT
1/.mh.r'IIIt, Idle relative to tin \
This Wednesday October 9 regulation. of the speed of Vehicles In
thftoClr..ul" and! Alleys at said CIt)'.
UK IT ORDAINED MY THK (OOU.
CIIOK THK: CITY OF KIHSIMMEj' }: .
Section I. Thnt Section287 of the !
Kevlsed Ordinances of tho C'tv' of KlnKlmmee ,

25 UK, bo, Amended Florida. of la read December on follows let:
See. 237 No person shell operatefir War and Thrift Free :

t HeadFlorida drive and of speed safe n vehlclw, having Kr'nt"r In regard than any -street IH to-reasonable traffic at Hrnti Saving Stamp j t

1 leeatl.nt'. .' and the* Kafety of tho public
Hut In no cede etiHll. the rate of epee.( ) t
I fxrcPd Tnlytle miles per hour .
I I. rrfiHHlnif 'anv tnet, or turning atrvstreet ,
corner, tIe, rate of KIICIM shall '

I not Sec exceed 2. All Ten orcllnanrt-B miles, per or hour.'pur In of For all goods purchased during the period commencing
ordinances In conflict herewith 100 l and
the name are hereby rofinled.Kind .
Ponies '
R fle-Hl and second time tov \tnniilmcus .
runsenl.,I and unaolmoualypnssed Saturday Sep. 28 N Ending Saturday Oct. 26
.
I In open KenHlon.. .this lat day of
.. October, A, I). 1818.AtlOBt D ,
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KISSIMMEE 1. It. OlMUCHT: K, H. tA\VHON,
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,City(HJCAL Cleric.) FOR CASH ONLY q ."

Owing to business changes I have decided to sell my. Hors'(.i. Mare Approved' this 3id dot ot., Or pr, ,

and Colts, that I raised here in this section of( Florida. These .Ponies and A. D. 1818 JOHN. R. CA..t .1. .
Colt are' from the beat Mar that I could buv at the'time I was breeding 42-Bt. ,*. vMayor.NOIK'IO '
For each $5.00 worth of goods purchased
il- f condition moved I forced a
They are sound and in'good i Having away am OK .AI'I'I.tf"TIO FOn TAX:; .

to tell these FINE young' animals as I have no one here to" care for them. 1)I IED .. Thrift Stamp will be given for' .each $75.00

Finding no one to buy them all I have decided to Auction diem separately, .Notice\ Is hereby irlven.. That M. N ;

unn.".2. Jr., dated purchaser(he.! 7th of day Tax of Ccrtlrtcate AUKUHU. worth of goods, a $5.00 War Savings Stamp
Every animal' must and shall be sold at some price or another as not A. l>. .191(1(, has filed, said certificate In

one is to be reserved. Here is a good opportunity for those who have pas, for my tax office deed and to has.Issue made In application accordance will be 'given. We have a nice stock of

ture or feed to make money. *' with law Said certlflonte embraces .
the following; described. property, alt
Come Buy a Good Florida Bred Pony. The High-' Mated nccola County. Florida, to-wit:
Lot I 4 In Block IS, West Klsslmmee.The .
est Offer Gets One or All date of said. the Innd Issuance being of assaulted Maid certlflonte at the Aluminum Ware Enameled Ware

In the name of M. 1\{. Dunn Unless, .
this October j
Sale starts promptly. at 10 a. m. Wednesday, 9, at Waters said certificate shall ht'. redeemed according -
& Carson's sheds. to law tax deed will Issue
I (thereon on the 4th day. of November, I .
K ISSIMMEfi 'I A. 1>. 1918. Dishes
J. I* OV nSTRF.F.T.: '

3. M. CREWS Owner P. G. WALDRON .Auct. S Clerk Ji. IUJLLOCK Circuit ..court.nv ), C..
(Circuit Court Senn 42-lit.

--- 1 ----V ..----_ : MTATUMRNT HV OWNKIIKIIIP.! MAA \. Cooking Stoves For Both Oil and GasolineBig j
4 (.iMKN"r, ('Il ('I IA'I'ION.. 1<1'1'('. i \ .

of the weekly Klsslmmee at Klsslmmee Valley Ga.xette Pla.,:,published required .- stock of Loaded Shells Guns Rifles Etc. '1
Model Dwellings by the Act of August 24, 112
Editor-\\'. 13. Harris, Klsslmmee.Flu.

,.. from the standpoint of con. Business.. Klsslmmee Aianager-E., Fla. :
and healthy Owners If corporation. frlvename's '
yenience, comfort : ( a
and addresses of stockholders chance to paint and varnish have J
locality. are on our booksfo holding of I per cent or more of total as we ,
amount stock.)

teak or rental. Whatever W. Q.n.Vansanrnew.Harris Klsulmmee..Klsslmmee Fla.K. .Fla. .
J1a
4 T / kind of house you fancy we and Known other security bondholders holders mortgagees, holding. 1, Some Good Bargains in Paints '
per cent or more of total amount of
h can meet your views, from Anne Palmer Fell, Warrenton, Va.
Anna Palmer Fell Warrenton. Va 'I

V. the stately mansion down to Rworn n.: to(I. and VANS subscribed AONKW, before Secretary m. Also! on all 'accounts. paid by October 5 we '

the humble cottage. We have his 2nd day of October. 1D18.M. .. .

most desirable dwelling houses My(REAL:commission). expires: W.Notary April SARQKNT" 1 Public, 1120. will give a Thrift Stamp for each $5 payment.

in town and country on
IN THE: CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE
our books. SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE' STATE: OF ORIDA IN AND

BREAKER REALTY'COMPANY CERY.FOR OSCEOI-A S\ H 8NYDER COUNTY.: Complainant IN CHAN, W. B. Makinson Co.

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"" O. C. MAIN dKOROHJ MAIN SOUTHERN

1 KISSIMMEE FLORIDA OOOPEUATIVES COMPANY a HOMH private PURCHASING cor..

'F poratlon of Jefferson County. Ala,:
- -- - >1RS'. HANNA K MORGAN. widow:
MHS H K MORGAN widow\ ; WILLIAM -
The inner self warns us of the dan \ W. WATSON NAT POYNTK:
Piles Cured In 6 to 14
I: i Day I and all persons clalmldgInterest In
ger.of not keeping our promise when DraUl'" ....ru.d moDe, If PAZO OINTMENt"'II. the lands In the bill of complaint 4 In ,
in aacred to..JIChID..BIIDdBleedln.wProtrud.PU... this case described under any of the
It a, one like our war saytnr -
Itcbtaa Pilei, and rase ca let bov.nam.rt'llpond..ntlt.. If any of .----. ,- --.
itk' pledge. re.tlutsleepafr.r the Ant .pplkaUoQ, Prb.eao. the same be deceased, or otherwise .
claIming Interest therein R."pon.1 ow; Mrs. H. K. Morgan'widow; : William
dents. ORDER OF W. Watson or Nat Poynti. Ifany
TOf C. MAIN. ptmr.TCATION'1 of the same be deceased or other.
SOUTHERN: .: wise claiming Interest therein. You
PURCHASING are hereby commanded to appear In
corporation of Jefferson County, Ala,: the above entitled Court In the above! r r ouv r
t MRS HANNA K. MORGAN.J widow J entitled cause on the 6th day of January -
,IRS. H K. MORGAN, widow) 'V IT.. ,. A. D. 119. The lands In questionare
The LIAM W.' WATSON and NAT POYNTZ.You : The South half of the Southeast ...
Overland Garage are hereby commanded to appear quarter of the Southwest quarter; and '
In the above entitled Court,"ln" the the South half of Lot B of Section a. .
above entitled cause on or before the Not 1 and the Northeast quarter of theNorthwest "
Ind day of December A. D. 1910. quarter of Section 8: all inrh'ewn.r..hlal .
WITNESS the honorable 'James W. : 1tuttem'f.:' 39 East of
Perkins? Judge of the above Court [ < ., located In
and my name as Clerk thereof and the Osceola County Florida. WITNESSthe Get Yours Ncrw!
seal of said Court at Klaslmmee. FlorIda Honorable James W Perkins,
{ is under on this the 2nd day of October. Judge of the above Court, and my
now new Clerk thereof and the Seal of
manage- A. D. 1918. name as
J. L. OVERSTREET: : said Court at Klsslmmee Florida, on The Government, through the Director of
: As Clerk of the Above Court this the 2nd day of October A. D., Railroad, early ordering. It's better for
ment. All work on all (Circuit Court Seal) 42-12U 1818. urge
J.. I*. OVBRSTREKT.As you for the'railroads.'for us-* wise move. 'J'T
TN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE: f the Above Court.
makes of and marine SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OFTHE (Circuit Court Seal 48t. There' little reason for citrus growers to .,
cars STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND vrait-order out fall and spring application
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. IN CHAN- IN CIRCUIT COURT, KTATB or
i CERY. S R. 8NYt>ER. Complainant FI.OHIKA.. now. Vegetable grower face difficulties, but I 1,16uT.111
work done promptly. Frank VII. G. C. MAIN GEORGE MAIN, SOUTHERN Seventh J.dletaIClre.lt.O.ee.la0.... will tomfthing. Get I.
plant a good
you
COOPERATIVE: HOME: PUR- -
CHASING COMPANY a private .....r. t,.. I si C..........,.. general vegetable formula-it'. always uaeful-
i't Jones is in of oratlon of Jefferson County. Ala.; James K. navla. Complainant vs. I .
J.
charge MRS. HANNA K. MORGAN widow; Annie Sloan noswell. "Sarah F, Ball.w..n enough for at least a fair acreage. But order it j'
IRS H. K. MORGAN widow; WILLIAM and William Boawell Defendants out novel Armour' Fertilizer an be stored I
W. WATSON. NAT POYNTZ. It 'appearing bv affldlvlt I appendedto
b the repair department. and all persons claiming Interest In the bill flied In the above stated cause indefinitely without harm. .' )
thelnnd., In the Bill of Complaint In that Annie Sloan Boswell Sarah FhosWAR '
his case described under any of the and' Wlltlam lioswell. the defendants And get standardized fertilizer J of proved ;
? yI above named respondents. SI any ofthe therein named are nonresidents crop-making ability. Our and representatives -
f same be deceased or otherwiseclaiming of the State of Florida ,and that agents
I Interest therein, Rennonents. their place of residence Is unknownand are well posted and will gladly go into
a F. H. TYNER ORDER OF PUBL-ICAfTION. that they are over the ale of detail with card
Mgr. To all persons claiming Interest In.the twenty-one years; It I lit therefore or. you. Drop us a today.
ands below described under G. C. dered that said non-resident defendants .
Main Georg-e Main. Southern Cooperative be and they hereby required to Armor Fertiliser
home Purchasing: ; Company a appear to the bill of died Enrich the Soif-Incrftu. tin YieldHarts .
private corporation of Jefferson bounty In said cause on or before Monday, the ;Maturity-Improvetht,Quality
Ala; Mrs. Hanna K. Morgan wld- 2nd day of December, A. D. 1919 otherwise
... the allegation of said bill "lit
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"- "' confessed said defend.
-- -.--- ------ ------.------ --- - -- -- ------- ---- be ants.It taken. as by Armour Fertilizer Works

Is further. ordered that this order Jacksonville Florida
b. published once a week for eight
consecutive weeks In the Valley Oairtte -
a newspaper published In said
County and state
H This Ird. day of October 118.
J. t. OVKRSTREKT, -
(!.' Circuit Court.
H.IBULLOCK.Clt.rk
: : By 8. C. 4t-8t.

WEEKLY REPORT OF SALESOF '

THRIFT STAMPSA. FertilizersWho

4 S. Gilbert, Thrift _______---. 4
We Must Win and B Dickerson., W. S. S._______-.-. 1

I. W .B. Makinson Co., Thrift __-. 16 Who Is Anybody Advertises Their "Wants" ill tie Gazette '
Wenner-Sawyer Co., for

Phesby. Church, W. S. S.-.-.__ 10
L Public Schools W. S. S.____-. 12 l, ,

: We Shall Win This War ; Thrift __.- _______________ 93 :r JlI
Woman' II. G., W. S. S.______ 9 -I VT B

V I Thrift .. ___..__._________. 71 Stock
Ii Lawrence Tress Thrift, __.-__.. 3 Complete of f

i State Bank W. S. S.-._-____-.-. 20 r
Our Soldien and Sailors and
their Allies doing their
are part.
I '. Citizens Bank, W. S. S________? 1
i Let tit whom are at home do oun. 1s Osceoda Hdw. Co., W S. S._____. 3

C. W. Griffin, Thrift... _.______ 14 DOUGLASSHigh

; I 3 V Buy Fourth Liberty Loan. Bonds . W. B. Witherspoon, Chairman.
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_ I . .. Help your government and yourself ( .

tn at Stamps.No the same. time-buy War Sayings Top Shoes for Men


Citizens Bank Worms la a Healthy Child

S.S.inx AU children troubled with worms .have .*>... .J -
fit ius ins_ Stealthy color vblca Indicates poor blood.and a*a
rule there U snore or his stomach dlttarbanos,
SATINOS rtum4SSUBO GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC sine reftUrlyto H.
KISSIMMEE
OF
BY TUB tweertsree weeks will mrloh the blood. improve C.STANFORDCO. ri rip
... VOTED STATES the dlsestloa.sad act sea General StrengthnkulToaie .
n. bank with tie ability and wilhiig. ... to the whole...-- Nature willthea.
I I throw off or dispel the.......and the Child wUl be
"V fa; ael t. SERVE i fetfwrfo,*.....u.. PWataat. to take tea per" bottle.
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