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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: October 11, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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;I!' COUNTY COUNCIL NATIONAL Less Than 20 Per Cent SubscribedJust (ELECTION MUDDLE, IN THE 5TH. ,



DEFENSE IS' ORGANIZED HEREIn I --:-- DIST. PUZZLES CO. SOLONS ,

I before going to press, Chairman Carton, of 4he Liberty Loan

v -- campaign, received the following telegramATLANTA :,

response' to a'call made by II.,f of the Woman's Committee' of ,National ,. CA.. OCTOBER I II I 1918. At the meeting of the Board of plusaed, as the-order did not appear
Clay Stanford, county chairman of Defense County Commissioners on Mondaythe ttf them to adjudicate the case, but
Carson Chairman Kiuimmee Fla.
r the Council of National Defense a Miss Inez Carson, District and ,. question of whose name or names suggested that a second primary

]number of representative business county chairman of V,, W C. A. Your telegram shows lest than twenty per cent of quota sub. were to go on the' ballot for county should be held, the cost to be borne '

men assembled at the city hall Monday Mn. .E., E. Wells, publicity chair.man' scribed. Please redouble' your efforts and 'urge your committees to commissioner from the Fifth District by the parties to the suit. As no

night today plans " organization! a formidable one .to$; any Walter Rose, chairman, of Orange afternoon. general election, came up for decis seemed to stand as it was at the be
. who -desire to evadethe" work. orJfight" county's, council 'of National Defense< Saturday< WARDLAW. ion.The ginning. '

; order: and, to aid the adminis- addressed the meeting to I make the matter came up at various Intervals J. K.. Milliard made a moitlon to

..; tion in, every war measure. purposes of the organization clearer. .. during1' the' ,morning:, and afternoon re-consider the original motion, but. t:

, Chairman Stanford was recently. Mr.; Rose ,said! in. part: The,'Council l sessions and was still' 'undecided could find 'no second.Commissioner >
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appointed to that position by J. II. was created by Congress and is recloghiged CHAIRMAN CARSON WANTS when the board-adjourned. Guy took: no part in

Tucker( of 'Pt'lando. District man. by the government, ..3 a part j Shortly after the board met a peed the discussion of the matter, but

, ngcr, and ,this will be approved by ,ef the administration even as', tho tition was circulated by friends ofCommisslonerB. moved away to another 'part of the

Governor -Cutts ,and a commission (army And.the navy are a part. "it is II. Guy, asking that court room.O. .

Issued Mr Stanford. Chairman Stanford intended to ,aid the" government' to '. 1,500 LOAN SUBSCRIBERS he be put on the,ticket as an independent R. Baas then stated that if the
was urged to lose' no time in 'carry on''along lines of patriotic service candidate. boardplaced Mr. Guy's name on the

bringing the council together for an I and }In fact almost every Interest Following this, O. R. Bass, of Ken. ticket as the regular democratic nom
" acute labor shortage seemed eminent.: that affects the community. One of ansville, appeared with three petitions inee he would withdraw his petitions ,;
, Other local conditions also demanded its first duties will be to call for a The drive for the sale .of these The drive will close on October one with 38 .names, one fromSt. and support Mr. Guy but if Guy*

the attention 'or'this body. Sam labor registration when every loyal bonds Is on from September 28 'to; 19th. Let me appear as strongly as Cloud with'' 10, and one from the went On as an independent candidate

r. Lupfer was named chairman of the .citizen in the county will t Id; neXoJ to October 19th, just three weeks, Almost I know how for 1500 subscribers lower'part' of the county with 29 he would ,file his petitions and run
Kissimmee Council, with J. Earl enroll. A card system will be used two weeks have passed from the county and for as*large subscriptions names. against' him. This being made knownto

Lupfer as secretary, and George Taylor to facilitate the work of tljo County Osceola county's quota' is $192,300. .as each can ,make. So;far Attorney Milton Pledger was railed Commissioner Guy, he stated with
as treasurer.' Other ineinbes of Council and it is probable that'a uni we have met every! demand ot--our upon for' advice and stated that emphasis that if he could not go on
the local council are: form system will be adopted throughout The subscriptions so far are remark Government and have gone over the although it. was known that he' was the ticket: as' the regular democratic

C. .A Carson' county chairman of the State. Every man will be ably small. Unless there is.a marked top:in both men and money. Let us I Mr. Guy's attorney, he would nominee, he would not go.as a petitioner .
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Liberty Loans. given a county registration card and Improvement we shall make a' terrible not fail this time. ;not'on any account give'' the as he considered that he waf

'; Milton Pledger, Food Administrator an employment card will be given by failure. in reaching the quota asked C. A. CARSON, : board.a bad opinion;' and his opinion the people's choice for the position.

for Osceola county. an employer to the man in his service of us.PRIVATE .. ____ Cunty Chairma.n.; was that; Mr. Guy was' the' regular This brought the matter''around to
.. D. G. Wagner, county chairman of which will show at all times n -------- democratic nominee from the county the place where they started from,;

-w. s. s.; I I where Osceola's l labor is employedand DAVIS MADE KISSIMMEE commissioner's district in question. and as Mr. Hilliard Insisted that
W. B. Harris, chairman of Labor iwll keep a complete tabulation WINS FIRST Thereupon J. K. HUIiard moved the "board reconsiderhis previous

,'bJloard.a of the working force.. that Guy's name be placed on the motion, for the reason that he had

a Gay Livingston, chairnnan of United 1 The matter of adjubting a' aca'e of GOOD TALK FOR BONDS GAME OF THE SEASONOsceola ticket. This was seconded by A. F. not at that time heard the reading' ofJudge
War Work campaigns for Oaceola wages needed no discussion, Mr. Rose Bass, and carried.It Perldn's order, 'A. F. Bass''

county. 'stated, as a scale for harvesting the then occurred to some memberof finally seconded the motion. ,', Which. d '
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.'+ J. L. Overstreet, chairman of Exemption ,citrus fruit, the crop which interests! The Sunday afternoon meetingheld High Eleven staged'a r : f the board that it would be well to passed. -

Ti Board. j Florida most( just now, had been ad- at the Casino in the interest of ty vfctory' over Orlando high,'Friday have Judge Perkins order In the suit After some' further discussion on

( t. Sheriff L. H. Ingram, Dr Chunn,' of I'opted by the state after careful consideration the Fourth Liberty Loan was well 'attended with a score of 14 to 7 in openingthe !between Somerset and Guy read to the subject it was agreed that tt

St. Cloud, and Carson Farmer, -of the ',of the situation. The scale, and sympathetic audience 191j .footb.ll 'season., 'The game teh board. Accordingly, attorney should' be decided oft Saturday October -
Exemption Hoard. gave' undivided attention} to the was:callecJ: in a drizcelling rain, following -I Pledger read'I the order. The board 12th, when the board would
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Mrs: T. J. Burckhclter, Chairman. I I" (Continued on page 66) speakers who addressed them. a' heavy downpour and the appeared to be considerably .non- meet in. special session.'

/ Rev. J. D. Sibert?chairman of the wet 'field and the,wet ball somewhat I II'
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Osceola- County Speaker's Bureau' fit handicapped both teams, causing II

1' SCALE OF PRICES ADOPTED the campaign, presided at the meetIng '6stly fumbles; Notwithstanding PACKING HOUSES. GETTING

and introduced. the speakers. The these, the spectatera were delightedwith
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"! other pastors. of the city were seatedon the exhibition and pronouncedit .

; I : FOR PICKING AND PACKING county the 'rostrum chairman with, Mrs.C. A.J. Carson Wesley, Kissimmee pFettYlJ'ante.won "the kick off, then READY FOR A BUSY SEASON' t

' Brown, county chairman of Woman's (followed' the ball into the enemy's ,
j, ;' v...... ... ;- -' : Liberty Loan committee, Miss., Anne territory,", putting .the oval behind the -

: Adoption of a scale of wages--will give your packers an opportun. .Bryan Miss Carson Anne Carsonwho and Private; is Davis.directorof : bars in the' first five minutes *f,the The packing houses, one of Kissim-, ly, to come true.
I' game, Captain Bullock' making the mee's most valued Industries, I The Citrus Exchange packinghouse
.picking citrus fruit, that will give ity to earn higher wages than they: organisation of the woman's Division opens
t pickers of expert ability from could possibly, hope to receive on any touch TJown after a line play follow this fall some three weeks ahead of I will not open Its doors until
of the United War Work
I campaign ing tackle, then kicked goal the usual schedule and the next week when it will fruit'' r '
1 three to six dollars or even more each kind of work open to unskilled work. in the 4 prospects get some
, I Southeastern, Depart. Orange county stiffened and made for a profitable season exception in and probably begin operations the'
the are
day, was feature of a conference men. Nevertheless, it.is a high wage ment made .
fourminute
I : "" f an interesting the locals fight for the next score ally bright. latter part of the week. H. C. Piano,
, of the citrus fruit grc Vers and packers j scale in comparison to what has been talk ,,
t at Orlando, on October 1st. .Fed ''paid in past years for this particular and related in some of work.her personal which came in the first of the third The John Bronson packing house who has so successfully guided' the> ,r

eral Food Administrator Braxton t'class of work, but in approving the experiences war quarter :when 'Bryan hugged a for. lead out this week,' opening Its doors organization through the dangerous 1"a
Private
;?;., Beacham had been asked to call the 'schedule, I have considered the increased returned Davis, a veteran, who has ward pass, carried the' ball for a Monday,'and while it will not run full shoals of the past season as well as'
the the
growers together to discuss, the labor cost of living, and the necessity just from scenes' of touchdown, then Bullock kicked goal, blast will get some 1500 boxes out other seasons, will again be in charge
problem, not the least part of which I for safe guarding fJie interestof world war.the stirred blood the 'pulses hearers and At the close of' this quarter,Loralna: by the last of the week.. Henry Mr Piano says the fruit of the growers ,
of his
,i was the wage scale under which the the working man. The prices you quickened he described. conditions "over there"He as got away for a touchdown and then Llghtsey,.who will be in charge this he represents is exceptionally ,

.: growers and packers have been operating have named will allow the expert told of America's. kicked goal. netting Orlando 7. season, stated that his action in opening fine ,this year, the oranges. around
and which they hoped to settle pickers or thoae'more skillful to earn invincible spiritIn Fierce fighting characterized both up some three weeks early was Kissimmee being' larger than usual.
face of front line fire with all the
"\ by a general, discussion. from four to six and in some cases as vividness : teams throughout the last quarterand warranted by the conditions of the The crop is heavies than last'a,
,'I The scale of rates as ,finally adopted high as eight dollars a day. I, trust "of' a soldier who had gone the* ball traveled nearly across fruit which for some reason Was though it will not reach normal pro
., .. were as follows: that our regular workers in citrus "over the top" and described step by the field. Orlando, carried it into shoWing a better color than ordinary duction yet. Mr. Piano Is looking- for

f For pickIng'grapefruit, 4 to 8 cents groves will consider,the liberality of step the awful conflict at Chatteau Kissimmee's fieldbut, lost it before crops showed at the first of November ward to unusual' prices and aathe'
Thierry where the phrase"They'shallpOeII" seriously threatening, goal. Kissim is market started off with at
per box. .. these prices and will also consider The quality good Manager oranges
not was: made immortal l and race stormed ,the opponents "Land, .. ..too, with the 3.60 f. o. b. Jacksonville the favor
For picking oranger, 6 to 12 cents the duty they owe to their country:at LighUey_ prospectfor ;
where the Stars and
j j per. box. the present time by loyally cooperating in Stripes now I neither Zeiglar's 'plunging nor KJn- high prices the citrus growers its "Parson Brown," 425.
; For scattered picking-good! pick- with the grove owners and packing wave undisputed possession. He caid' speed could hold ,the local. should wear a perpetual smile. The
: told 'of -the" of American
; -where Impossible to' follow house operators to properly ) H-eagerness Bryan won' applause from the specta- prices started off this year around PRETTY BIRTHDAY PARTY
piece work, a daily average of $3.50 I handle the crop 'of this ,.aeon" boys to have a hand in the conflict tcrs when he plunged into the air $1.80 per box on the trees. Mr. Light- Alma and Edna Kritc, the daugh..'

,.i was adopted. Following adoption of the prices and said there were hundreds, yes and gathered in a forward pass, and sey is employing some twenty men ten of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Kilts:, eel..

,jjp, Following the action of the growr the growers also agreed to endorse :.thousands of them who had run away I Lesley got away for a long run before and women in his house and says he ebrated their eleventh birthday with
the hospitals
+ < rs, these prices for labor were sub and adopt as far as practicable from with wounds yet I he was brought d wn. Over- anticipates no difficulty in ,securing a pretty party at their home Tuesday -,
mitted to Administrator Beacham, the labor regi.tratlon'card system undealed and had returned to their street made another fine run and labor for harvesting the crop. Car afternoon.
"I 1' who approved them as being fair and originated in Orange 'county. Practically companies. He told of their willingness Roberson proved a ground gainer, shortage has no terrors for him either Games on the lawn amused the ;

just to the laboring people and also every county of the citrus belt to face any danger and of their making "returning punt*" his ape= as the government has assured guests and punch and a big birthday f '

to the grower and packer. Mr. Beach. of Florida was represented at the Orlando confidence that America would keepup cialty. Orlando'made the last standin Florida of a sufficient supply until cake were served' with fruit.. ...

't am, after the schedule was submitted conference,and all who were In the continual ,supply of food and the shadow of their goal posts but Christmas at any rate. At the party were: Geraldine Lesley

I. -to him, made the following statement attendance agree" to comply fully ammunition that is absolutely nec- time! was called just as Bryan carried Mr. Lightsey is a well known, ex.perienced Eleanor Rosen, Eunice and
.' : I I with the schedules of prices! as adopted cessary to the winning of this war. the ball over and the play added packer, and what he predicts Madge Rivers, Metra and Ruth Helen 1
)# "The prices you have suggested and approved. This, he said, could only be done by nothing to the score. T.ken.. a i in the shipping'industry is, like- Nichels, Georgia and Will Fairbanks. ,
subscribing to the Liberty Loans and whole, Kissimmee's team work, rather .. ,
he called on his audience as they val than spectacular plays won her the

1. ued their own safety, their liberty, victory. The line was practically im COMMISSIONERS IN
a NON-ESSENTIAL OCCUPATIONS COUNTY
lived
: as they valued the of the boys pregnable.' Bronson, the pivot, was
', over there to let nothing stand in the well supported by N. Bullock and

. way of "going over the top" in the Bass, with SingletAry and Graham

1 ANNOUNCED BY LABOR BOARD present trenches,campaign.in the camps The, were boys buying in the on and tackle Summers, while kept the the speed Orange of Bryan and REGULAR MONTHLY MEETINGThe

'. bonds, he said and they were confident white guessing. Only four times
-- the home would not be
at
people
We, {the undersigned have been ap held in Kissimmee, Florida, October lacking in patriotism in answering during' the game was Orlando able to Board of County Commissioners a certain part, Mr. Geo. Hopkins
make her ten yards. The work of the
pointed by the government officials 7th, the following resolutions were. this csJl. I back field in met Iii regular seslon Monday would ditch it on each side at his own g
; noticeably good
was
to form a Community. Labor Board. adopted: Private Davis was applauded to morning at 10 a. m., there being. a expense. Henry Partin, who also1-
J This appointment was made without it intervals his i breaking up interference. Captain full board present. was present stated that at the '
: Be resolved' that this committeedoes the echo at throughout Bullock kept a cool head and called travel ,
limitation on our part and we wish hereby declare the following to talk and it was evident his sentiments -I Pat Johnston! appeared before the ent time it was impossible to ,
!the right signal at the right time.
rlt. understood that we do not want to be non-essential: were In sympatl.y' with his au. board and asked if A. E. Droughthad this road and that he and others were '
These carried out the team
+ work a hardship on any one. The Automobile-Drivers of pleasure' dinece. ;' were by ever given a right of way deed obliged to make a wide'detour in order i'

t government has 'vested authority in cart C..A. Carson concluded the meeting ms The one locals man. have "hitched their to the county for the road through to get to Kissimmee and return

' | us to use our best judgement. We Automobile-Cleaning and delivering with conclusive arguments for but his property at Hammock Grove. He The board instructed' Road Supcria: :
,: !. are following out other counties in cars to owners.AutoniobUeDrivers. the Liberty Loan set forth in a four- wagon State championship to a star" and say satisfy nothing them. stated that the Telephome 'Companyhad tendent L. R. Farmer to attend b the

classifying the 'non-essential indus and cleaners minute talk. Chairman Carson urged cut some timber on the right of matter. q
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tries. It may be hard for some to of sightseeing cars. the co-operation of every man, woman The Cowboys were accompanied to way and that Mr. Drought had the Murnice Tindall, of Lake Barton, _
the Orlando
ive up the ,employment that they Amusements-Ushers, ticket 'sellers and child in Osceola county In game by Claude Harper driver arrested, who was hauling! it stated to the board that the dipping' _r.
I who is Prof. R. M.
them
are and we do not expect any man I collectors. making this loan A satisfying: ex coaching away. The board ordered the Clerkto vat which was to have been built on t
give up his employment. .until he' Barber shop attendants, not including .. o ld :Evans and. a crowd of ball enthusiasts. ' procure 'the deed without further the Orange county line 'at :A. J. '

..been offered other work, but the barbers. ,.. (Continued on Page Twelve.) delay. Marsh, had not been built, in fact, no 1
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sWSays that every man must seek 'Bell boys over 18 years of 'age." Mr. Johnson also brought the attention work had yet been done on it., This E

.ential employment as it is Just,as Bowling alley employees end prop MASS MEETING of the board to the condition ,' was to .have been constructed by ,'Dr.,. i
eceeaary to have a properly ore n- rietors. ,.. of the road' between Wolf Creek and Ramsey, of Orlando. ,The .board decided
zed industrial, army as it is a mill Deer 'Park and that it was neeces- to turn the work over to Mr
Billiard and ,poolroom. employes There will be Mao Meeting of the,County Council of National Defense ,
organization., 'a sary.tojnrldge Wolf and Pennewa' Tindall, :who promised to look after It.
held the and. proprietors., at the, Band 'Stand Monday night at 730. Two speakers of National y.
Therefore at a meeting by If on ; Creeks. lie stated, that If the direction -

d ti iimunity '.Labor' 'Board, which ''was ,(Continued ,on. page 6.). prominence will 1 be l'eaeD4' ,'?. 1..10 I of the road was ,changed, along (Continued. on, page''I 6.) .-..,. '

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*r we Americans are ,offering our all\ to-the .Germans.I T
T JUST want to thank you for Dr. help them down the Germans. They I am 'going to soon be assignedwith :

\ Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It is fine.I make a fellow feel like he would do a Search' Light Unit, being or. I Spanish( Influenza I ;
almost anything to assist in crushingthe : ranized at Washington Barrack, in I >*?

use it for my .baby, my husband and myself, barbarians. Washington. I will know more details State Board of Health Bulletin. through the mucus membrance and "(

F and simply can't do without a bottle of it.in 'feut We I,am are told having we are dandy lucky weather for this now is record tomorrow here, and ..have I have been made recomme.ded' a fine- Because. of the great seriousness of attack a person who is in good health.If (jfj

the house.** the first good weather they have had ,. for captain. I don't know Spanish Influenza throughout the a person is not in good health resistance :.
United States have is lowered and the germs
in time It if many requests
some seems as everything how. much good that will do, for promotions -
From a letter to.Dr. Caldwell written by\ l is turning, out dandy for our hard to come to the State Board of Health gain entrance through some weak -,
are get through. '
(Mr*. John W. Christensen, 603 So. 2nd I for literature on this disease or sug- spot. For the present the diagnosis
outfit and I hope it will
sure con. However, I work hard all the time.
East, Brigham City. Utah / bacter-
,
__ tinue. gestions as to the control and. tre'atment. must be clinical rather than
My next letter, address care Batal-
Last night, I went to one of the lions, Camp Humphrey, Va., where I iological. >
best theaters in London of Not much is known as to this form Treatment. r..
guest
: Dr. Caldwell'sSyrup as will be temporarly awaiting: organisation -
the Y. M. C. A.,. and saw the'play of the Search Light Barracks, o't influenza, but it is believed that Treatment is symptomatic. Qn .account -u'

"The Purple Mask," I must 'say thatit which Is the' very' highest branch of there 'is but little difference in, it of weakness end prostration

: A was real good ,and 1 enjoyed every the engineers corps from la grippe, which appeared in rest in bed should be prolonged. ".J
Pepsin form'in 1889. evidence to. cold and guard
pandemic All Avoid exposusc
minute of it. We had the best seatsin Loads of lov ,and kisses from jour
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the house and felt 'big' as "blue! ever loving son'FRED.. point to, human contact as being the against lung complications; at all

1 The Perfect Laxative blazes."! ,l I want to go and see 'the means of spread and 'from' the'' local times. Cases 'should not be dis
; I symptons it has been assumed that charged'too soon, or''allowed to go
I
< play "Going Up" tonight, as have LETTER FROM B. F, .COBB JR. '
,
heard so much about it., It was in the nose and, throat have, been thepaints out too early. There is no recognized
Sold by Druggists Everywhere'' Somewhere in: France, Sept. .3, 1918 and the specifics hence treatment,
t Washington this past season but ,I of egress of the virus," drugs as ,
; chance To .the Valley Gazette points, of inoculation. There is nothIng is necessarily symptomatic Owing
didn't
was busy and have a
50 ((22)) $1.00 .
,!; : cts.. ' to take.it in. Then it was' playing in I will\ write mid thank the one for'sending : to show that the lower ,animals to., this disease causing great prostra- .-

New York 'when I was there on pass me the paper. received" .a have 'any. part' :in carrying the dis! lion, stimulants are beneficial. Aspirin
pack of them yesterday, and' again
the headache ,
had made 'other ease gives great relief for '
but I already
as ar-
of the intestinal
Quickly corrects disorders rangements for the night I was there, today I got two of them, and you all Prevention. and pains in the limbs, 'and back. Of \

: t tract, relieves the congestion and restores normal failed to see it. It certainly: made know that it'' 'was appreciated very The most dangerous form of' human -course a nourishing diet js indicated!. '
r x a* 'lilt much. I have'read them. all through contacct in epidemic influenza is, However, one is rpt to have.a fairly ,d
some in the "U. S. A." and I am
,
regularity. It is gentle in action and does and am saving them for chauffeur I
: in this diser.se. OJi
anxious to, look: it over. -. in. all probability, that with cou hers good appetite "
; '.not gripe. A trial bottle can be obtained by I was in Liverpool 'the other day ram Pr:\.ther. He is out ,on a trip: to and sneezers. Coughing and sneezing f guard against pneumonia is one of
j some other camp, and I know thai lie behind the handkerchief, the, most impoinnt things in the
for an hour or so but it didn't look except
writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 458 Washington l1e rso good as London. If the war will be glad to see them. I don't is as great insanitary offence as pro- whole line of treatment. This can be .
know when he will 1 he back, but soon, miscous' and should be \done having the patjcnt kept) ,in a
; St. Monticello Illinois. lasts much longer I may get a chanceto ,, !. spitting, equ- \ by
I
see some other large cities in ,Eu hope. ally;,'condemned. Influenza and pneu- well ventilated room with uniform
Gee, but the American soldiers are monia are infectious ,diseases which :! temperature, and avoid sudden chan ':

rope.The thing that gets me is the fact passing ,here all the time. four or are; caused by certain germs. The l les. Only the nurse and physician
II SOLDIER five train loads every 'day,. and when carried in the matter whichis :'should be allowed ia. he sick room.
I ,LETTERS FROM OUR AND SAILOR BOYS IF i 1 that all traffic keeps to the left and germs are
Jt sure confuses one from the U. S. A. they get them all up to the front, spit, sneezed or coughed up by sick One never knows at the beginning ''
Ik why X think we will make Fritz know sometimes which will trun out'to be a mild '
who is used to looking out for persons or by persons case
F : LACY JOHNSON IN ENGLAND j one seasisk boy expressed it. "I wantto ? every- that the American soldier didn't
thing on the right side of the roa< goup who, while carrying the disease one and which is a serious one. In
13 put foot on land two more time, : there to play nor to stop and make should be calledin
[ Somewhere in England Aug. 1918 When we step off the curb we nature germs in their mouths or throats, all cases a physician
/ { when wt reach the other side and tea, or to stop to get a drink of,rum. ",
Dear distance
My Mother-Quito: a I ally look to the right, so we have to show no signs of illness. These and no patent medicines or gen-
from home but am in a Y. M. C. A., when we get back to the U. S." I remember to reverse things and look We are' all here with the goods. and germs, even if they go into the nose eral prescriptions,, which are advertised II
almost back i In Coming over our detachment was we are going to stay until it is over, '
and feel as if I was to the left. Your devoted son, ,or throat, are usually unble to break' should be used. k
the United States. Soon after we certainly honored and the running of LACY. over here. .. - ------------------------- :
all aboard was turned over to Some of these and it isn't
troops days,
reached this place we came to the going
and 3
even through the middle of these these all disappeared for years 'I
us. While this means considerablework to be long the Stars' and Stripes '
"Y, where we had a dandy suppc! "
fine. It is simple harm- '-
CONVALESCING farms. Am sure wild about every- am,feeling a :
( "' and some night duty, still it WALTER LAWSON will float over Berlin, and the Yan-
14 and then after taking a bath, turnedin
the ea'r
thing;. wouldn't have missed the trip less preparation that removes :
showed that our force was well kee boys will come marching home. I
for a good night's rest. A goods
for nothing.I tarrhal mucus from the intestinal .4"'J/' /
s bed felt almost like heaven to us for thought of.: A .E F., France, August 26, 1918 have seen where some of Fritz's met an American lady from Vir- tract and allays the inflamatlon .-"+
we were sure some' tired boys. The I haven't the time towrite more, Dear Dad-Your letter of July bombs have done some damage.
all stomach
ginia in little French town we come which practically causes ,
a
r 1+ "Y" force over here is a God scud to so I wish you would forward this 19th just received and more than Well it is about time for taps, so I through. Her husband is a French- liver and intestinal ailments, include
to the boys and do everything i in letter on to Papa. With lots of love welcome.Yes. will say good-bye, hoping to see you here One dose will
,man. They have been over ing appendicitis. convince
i and to all, I am, soldier son, all time in the future I remainas
their power to assist see that your Dad, we have been having some refunded. J. Z. Rob-
eight years. She certainly: was gladto or money
,
Without LACY E. JOHNSON. here I ever, son Kisaimmee. '
you are comfortably fixed up. some tough fighting over and your she wars to
see us boys; said crazy erson, druggist.
them I hardly know what the U. have lost some: of my friends in i it. B. F. COBB. and ,
get back to the States get some
S. boys would do. The people back London, England, Aug. 14, 1918 My old organization suffered about 840 Aero Squadron, American Air good bread once more.' ...
home. don't, as a rule, realize what 70 per cent casualties ,1 understand, Service No.3, A. D. K. A. F., A. E. F. located about five miles A. P. Anthony, Frank C. Groover, .
My Dear Mother and Sister: We are
the organization beans to the boy and I have -just heard that Captain Walter F. Coachman, Edward W. ;
be here '
I wrote quite a long letter from a village, will probably ,
you yesterday
in uniform. Jordan comander for LETTER FROM JENNINGS Lane, D. R. Kessler and B. K. Hana-
but 'thought as I had'some my company a For some time, aa we were the first Jacksonville
fourde constitute :
Just glance around the year and a half, a man with as gooda PREVATT. a ,J
taking a spare time I would write you again I here. and expect to build the camp. Chamber of Commerce Committee 1
"Y,"' I can see soldiers of seven or today. I ,am still sloping at the Y. character as I have ever known: ; Somewhere In France, Aug. 28, 1918. Have you heard anything from Joe which with another composed of Ed- ;:

Yp eight 'different colonies and .nations, .M. C. A., and'like it fine, because of and one whom I was proud' to claim My Dear Mother and All\:-We arrived and Biddie lately. Think I have located ward E. Cohen, W., A. Elliot, W. R. ,'..'
yet, 'Canr Carter Harry B. Hoyt Frank-.
,
New Zcalrnders. French, It seems all wrong to think of a fine trip. It Is quite a bit cooler about two miles from me.' I have almost -
and several I crn't make out. You see here.You should seo me trying to solve man capable of doing so much ,good over here than in' the States. We forgotten his, company. Ask Conroy and C. M. Raphun, representing J
Jacksonville and
the Tourist, Convention
+ the "Y" means home and we all flock the difficulties of learning to spend in the world being taken out,'prematurely have to wear our coats moat all day. Ruby W. What it is, and if I 'don't 'Ii

i4+ to it regardless of nationality.' English money. If.they say it in ? in the wholesale murder over This .is sure a beautiful country, but find him here,. I will try to locate meetings Bureau to arrange, is holding for the frequent conven-; "

You know desire be here quite different from things tell her that I will\ write
my was to a good old "U. S. A. language, pos over him. Also
tion in that of the National
i sailor and I was not disappointed sibly I could make out better. Their The aims of the allies must bo accomplished there. You see very few autos, and I her in a few days. city Far.,..
mers Dec. 3 4 5 and '
on 8'tlft
with myself* in the least on our voyage money is equal to two of ours and and the world made safe, their, buggies and wagons ,only have We are close to Bordeaux, a real next, Congress Some 5000 and, their
over, for I, was not seasick a sin. they 'also have a half-penny; which for too much of the best blood of the two wheels, just the came as our 'large village. 'I think it is one of the friends from all delegates over the United

gle time, while most everyone of the corresponds to our penny. There is world has been spilled, and is still dump carte, and; when. they drive' two largest! in France.I States and from countries
foreign
r = being,.to stop at \\any half-way measure horses'one Is between the shafts and that are
boys on: board were under the weather a six pence piece (twelve cents in put em feeling fine hope expected to the
attend Congress of
from three 'days to a day., As a our money), a shilling' '(twenty-fice : 'or" to:give the people who have and the other' ahead with the traces this may find you all the same. "Give which B. K.-Hanafourde[ is officially .,

rule the boys were a ,, sick, looking cents ,in our money),, half crown, been, the cause of all this death, de- hooked to the en, d of them. They:also my love to all. .' designated director of \:;
as ; general
bunch on the third day out.-.We. were (sixtytwo'cents in'our money) 'solation and destruction, a chance .fo 'have'' some awful,'pretty crops, #' SGT; J., B.: PREVATT..'"' To properly entertain the sessions. del- ,)\

fortunate, in drawing one of the besboats crown, (one dollar and a quarter), ever again have the power to causea most everything growing you wantto F, R. S. No. 311, A. E. F., via N. Y. egates will be one of the important

afloat and made the trip in exceedingly pound, (four dollars and ninety, some repetition of such. ._ see. Have'seen lots of French pea :- .... functions of this joint committee.:
fast time as we were ,not odd cents). I suppose in time we will J am much' better now but nothinglike ple and they seem to be i in* bad for a KISSIMMEE MAN SPENT

bothered one bit by the German get accustomed; / to handling the Eng- my normal self' and although I living; but I think quite a bit is Justto FORTUNE IN SEARCH"I ..
"snake of the sea,*' in fact did not lish money. don't care to go, the doctor; insists pull the soldier boys out of all they Sincere Gratitude. J

it even know there were .such things. We were free to go wherever we that I take a convalescence i leave, ,. so can. The first people I saw when we spent $1,800 in 1 years treating ,Mrs. -Wm. Bell, Logansport, Ind., $

We.had almost' what wo could call a wanted to ,yesterday afternoon, BOa I will probably g morrow. I shall got off the ship was a bunch of Ger- with physicians, some specialists, writes:'"! deem it my duty to express ,i)i

pleasure voyage, except for the eats, pal and I went down to London goo to Deauvith, France, a resort: oyn man prisoners loading. coal, real costing'me $10 a visit, only to at last my gratitude for the good Chamber- $
and two days of hot weather which the English chr.nnel in the north qf. boys some of them not more i'*
Bridge; the Tower Bridge and through young say that nothing could 'be done for lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy
made sleping in the troop quarters the London Tower. Yesterday after- France. than twenty years old, but they seem me, that I had cances or ulcers of 'the did me when I had a severe attack of ..1"
, almost out of the question. We, Americans noon I mailed you a pamphlet on the I am awful corry to hear of Roll'ssickness I to be satisfied.We stomack, but after taking a few dos diarrhoea three years ago. It was the .,

l 4 do not know what it means sights to be seen at the Tower. We and sincerely hope he has are in a pice camp, have two es of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy only medicine that relieved me." "*
to do :without a few things and I sup- saw where Sir Walter Raleigh 'was fully recovered. canteens and a nice large Y. M. C. A. ,.

pose this was the reason for our not imprisoned, where Anne Boelyn was Give my regards and best wi'shesto and have a good time every evening q

taking very woll to the change. In executed and also where a few other all. Lovingly, your son; J at the "Y." We are not doing anything -

camp we lived like kings and did not wives of Henry the ,Eighth, were put WALTER, yet but'suppose we will/start .
appreciate it a rule. Lt. Walter R. Lawson, 91st Aero Had couple of
rs to death. The Old styles of armour drilling soon. a daysto ,
.- Just now v/hile writing this letter, were in abundance all over the place Squadron. rest up after our trip. aids.

a fellow passed by and it took me but I cant see for the world how they The war looks good over here, and

about a fraction of a second to recognize fought, in them for they look like LETTER FROM FRED HILL everyone seems to( think it will be

a boy I used to know at, Stet- they would weigh a, hundred pounds Camp Humphery,'.Va., Sept. 26, 1918. over soon.
con. He is a brother to Miss Tribble, .md then to be bound up in steel My Darling Mother-I received You should' see the French money. i,

b'' who teaches in the Kissimmee school, would appear to keep one from hav- your most welcome note enclosing You can take one of our dollars and

so if you should happen to see any of tag use of arms and legs. We were Uncle's letter returned from France. I get a hand full of money and most of

: her friends, you might tell them In the torture room, where prisonerswere I[ will write him a letter thanking i It 1 has holes in the center.

about it. lIe is in the ground tortured, and of all the inhu- him' for it as soon as I get settled You write me often and I will keep '
t section of the Air Service and has marl ways to keep a. man in agony somewhere. you a letter on the way all the time, Stop for a moment and think

J been over for some months. Of they, :were there, the thumb-screw, I am now transferred out of the and 'mother, don't worry about us what would be the condition of the y

course, we things in. general and about the news ankle bars and wrist fasteners. Iam Into two overseas regiments to leave care of, and I am feeling just fine, "

j i of the, U, S., which he was glad to sure glad I live in the twentieth shortly for France. Men! I lined up and hope you all are the eame. With Florida Citrus Exchange were not f

Bear As he had to catch a train, Ionly century even if we are more advanced as they got off the special trains from lots of love to alLJ. in existence.\ '

.Jad the pleasure of talking: to and along sclentifical lines. Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, B. PREVATT, !
time for about an Ikour. You, see We expect to be free about 11 New Jersey, and Washington three Field Remount Squad, No. 311, A. E. If you are not a member, think."t

this world isn't so big after all, as I 'clock this morning to go whereverwe weeks ago, now well trained soldiers, F.:, via New York. too, as to what be losing .
never dreamed of seeing anyone ITtnew. want to and if we should be allowed organized bands, fully equipped ,in you may

} ; : this privilege, I want to takein every respect :-100 officers-all from Somewhere in France, Sept. 5, 1918 and before you dispose of your

England is sure a pretty country the Westminister Abby and a few the battle line this marvelous feat Dear Folks-We: just arrived in crop this season get the facts at first :! ''{

and aa we had about a five hour daylight more places of interest. You seen be- In three weeks-you would think a new camp yesterday-the first ones hand by writing to the Florida Cit :' } ' '
ride on the train we got a great (ng in my position is not so bad after they had 'been training. for three here, only a 'few buildings on it,' so }

chance to see the scenery and what all. I don't know where our outfit is months at least. 15,000 more are to we will have to make most of it our- \it\ rus Exchange, Tampa, Fla., or by ,tt5:

the old country looked like. Nevertheless but don't presume they will be allowed arrive next week; 5000 left this week selves. We are now building 'core calling on 1.1i4 : +

the good old U. S. A. beats the privileges that our party of from here. The,good*old U. S. A. is alls. Expect a big bunch of horses t-

l them all, so don't think your boy is !three are .enjoying to the fullest ex- certainly turning' out the greatest in soon. '
k going; to take to these foreign parts 'ent. ighters-they are equal to three ,We were two days and one night L. A. HAKES, Mgr. Orange } ." ,

BO well that he wont come back when I I am crazy about my work and the Germans. A great battle is being getting; here from the place we land- County Citrus Sub-Exchange ::a 1

i .we finish up With the Germans. Aa longer I am around our officers the planned. Mother, just watch, my old ed in Frallce. There were forty of us Orlando, Fla. W

better I like them. If a fellow behaves division, the 77th, was in Ihe recent In a stock car, and they were not near ..--:!,
"
RED CROSS HEADACHE himself he will, have no troublein "world's record"' feat of the St. Mi- so large as ours,' but we didn't mind f' "JI.t:

..eltnd NEURALGIA REMEDY the Army. While I. enjoy my ilel sector. I wish I could have been hat anything to win the war for +

Relieves neuralgia and chronic heed work .I wish I was getting ""myoId there with them. Over half the offl- ojI..

aebes.< Wee I if root- opiate, quickly salary and not thirty-three dollars ers from the 203 engineers are back us.Mother, this is the prettiest country -

h absorbed and producing immediate re' per month. Really ,I don't know, what here at Gamp Humphery, Va. My I ever saw, hills, rocks, meadows ,.

.lief. Particularly, recommended for to do with it- all. best friend, Madison Lewis, 1st Lieut. and forrest, and one grape vinery after -
.headache from '- .
resulting -excess
*This and more than ODe hundred other Speaking' of the ladies, I can sure Co. F., was severely gamed at the another for Miles, and most any. CI RUS EXCHANGE '
w 1(i'Red Crou Remedies and Toilet Preparations hand' it to the girls of the British capture of Fismes, .on the Vaich river Thing else growing you want to see '

,., t.n ) old and guaranteed only by sles, for 'they'are sure good looking and Co. C put several bridge* over They sure have some roads here also,

CENTRAL DRUG'STORE: I and seem to appreciate the fact that i hat _river in heavy artillery fire from fine day Toads anywhere you go, and r.r IV h .+r w

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' I V.leave a. perfectly good 'trench half filled with why kept "on firing; the Huns kept on yelling "Kam- .

' Germans? Brown didn't. erad! and throwing down their guns. Brown I .

The hail of machine-gun bullets could forgot danger and death, he forgot that he was . tff":' :'

not alone :: '
stop him. He was not against a hundred and fifty Germans. ,
thinking of them.

; Shrapnel was bursting all He forgot everything but his job &'
around; him. He did And he Victory. ; Wf': :
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His proudly into
I I.. rifle was so hot he couldn't touch hundred and .camp with one t.: '. : .,J" '.
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and clothing for : provide guns and shells and ;;&
men with the spirit of Sergeant food"h ;.Y ,

ward to victory. Let's do our job as he did his-fearlessly Brown-to send them for'v. { \>-,< id;y'l'! j.: .

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SPLENDID '
: OPPORTUNITY TO :

TrrSHOW TRIIF PATRinTIQMtiin

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.IV I IU.I. 'SEE

HR, merican to Red 1 the Cross numerous is sending people the.A Red Cross in the Zone. SFRVIHF OVER. cses..l: J//

for service! number of other men are needed , ... .. - ,\\f \; ; "
More
there has arisen, In I f men < ( ',
t are. needed
i various, departments as follows for Red of the work and ., ', ,1;
! enough need fcrspecializedg I ; Canteen : Cross service in France .but therefore, they must ;.? "
In this country, to "make it men to men: Four or five, good r rI must be men of pronounced they be men fitted to tilt] executive 'posi \rl-rl.kv.I ,
. executive tions
.1 |.ry to organize A new rranch from debarkation accompany hospital thains capacity and vigor. The Bureau of of a high order. '
department of posts to general Personnel It Is hoped that this call will
personnel! to hospitals. of the Southern Division, forth bring: f ,
h tend the A volunteers from
recruiting and through its many Ameri!
plric Bureau of director. Mr. G. T. Wool. ,
these workers. I.I : Supplies: A mart to buy ford can citizens who, virile not in 1
:h. S;uth- announces that because the .,
paper and
I vision, this work is contract for printed 'mat. OVR is being France Selective Service Age, are still
under the ter. HOME I divided into nine anx t
cones for
r I' n, of J. V. Pease who has Publicity D.oi.n..t..A"r .... ...... ..._____ _. TOWN I BOYS I administrative purposes and because ious to do of necessary work. The experience ;,
-- -' such ,
uvea irom .veral each .men will be
waaningion a list volunteers zone i i. subdivided Into vastly.v t
i Itlons now open to male work- ing trend of of mind.a literary or advertis OVER THERET four districts these men are three needed or quota useful should to the be Red had dross, and a full ,
; thls country. for as soon a
*
I fargest need at present is for At man National to check Headquarters over : A detail .. District, _Managers. in full charge sible. pos- j
u men in the reports and -- - -

,i tatlons, 150 of camps these and being the of assist the in Bureau the office of Camp of. the Secretary' ETTERS from our boys 'in the trenches and i rfWOMEN Of FLORIDA WORKING '
.
to act as field directors Service; and -' from the .
i Its. These and a high man in this department to in women in canteen and other FOURTH i' 'I
representatives will terview war work LIBERTY
and select all bring to LOAN
personnel for us the,
Iy |rect contact with.Army Cornanihe the -: same! mes I i
camps. sage-SEND US NEWS FROM .__ -
,heads of large,hos- Male Stenographers HOME. \ (Written for lasi week.
/ Dr.
They must command the re- needed in the military : These are World news .Is all right but'OUR Last week at the War College in State Edward College Conrad for !. President of'the i
camps. Appli BOYS Women ..
- and be fully fitted to Tallahassee made ' .'
mingle
s4 |tiis of intimacy with. such cants between the ages of 18 and 45 want NEWS OF THIS TOWN. They want a remarkable program brief address in which he said .
was
may be considered the home arranged by Mrs. W. S. "There is "/
provided great
they newspaper. Publishers necessity of
l- they must have tact,imag- not in class one.Bronchial. are from are prevented Jennings, State Chairman of "Wo how we must knowing '
h Idiieretion and initiative.) sendingtheir papers free to anyone, even man's Liberty Loan Committee give our money, or this
'i ition, a neia director who boys In the service. 'Consequently was given most and war can never be won in spite of food '
.Trouble. a national impressively. and fuel
rc psnish is needed at Porto movement has been conservation, Red Cross or .
''j in the Canal Mrs. A. E. Sidenberder, Rockfield, started by Col. William Organized as they now are, and any other organization."
Zone
u nd three assistants. a field nd., states: "For aft attack of bronchial Boyce Thompson of New York who is acting have been throughout the time since Justice W. H. Ellis also spoke on .
b must speak Spanish These trouble which usually assails as President of the Home Paper Service of the First Liberty Bonds were sold, "Financing the War," setting forth ?
sf e ease of the field director also,, me in the spring I find Chamberlain's America to give the boys what they are calling ,the the women are for the first time in the fact that it is the duty of the ' ,I '

3c, t necessary. He should be Cough Remedy the only thing that for. Every community is I joining the history of the state organized for people to buy Liberty Bonds and i
gives the
me relief. After movement. grave and glorious Stamps from I
task of ?
using it for help. a patriotic
Let
unusual a standpoint,
(e ability and charac- us see that
our boys
would practically few days all signs of bronchial trou are not forgotten. ing the government. Results of the regardless of any interest in (their Investment .-"I
J represent ble disappears. j other Liberty Bond .. .
Send to the' sales have proved : True Am .Il'.n. -.11.
publisher of this -- '
----- newspaper to me women see that their ;
whatever something 01 what they beloved I country is in
amount of money you can-5 I can do. They now feel their power, danger, and money should be a :.'
cents secondary
or fftO.OO. We will publish a list and expect to sell at least one-third. consideration. "
. I Am Public. Opinion I each week of those contributing and the of each county's quota. This is their The Woman's State Liberty Loan I ..
amounts. call to arms, and Committee ;
contributed. they are rejoicing will be ready to sell Lib ,
that there is 80methlngdefinite, erty Bonds on Saturday September
Every cenhreceived will be used something real that 28, and .. '+I
It n fear mer I I declare that this to send they may do. help Florida gloriously to go j
Uncle Sam shall not go to his paper fo-our boys at the front. If at The returns from fortY-ight coun- over the top among the first .of
; i, ;)u to buy bonds. That is the end of ties of the
no position for a lighting man. the war, there I. any surplus it state in the Third Liberty
[you-have ,the.money to buy and do will be turned Loan Campaign showed states.MRS.. EDWARD f}
not buy. I will make this over to the,local Red Cross 2,629,700 O'DONALD, :
' a. Land for bonds sold. State .
you f fill Committee. Publicity Chairman, Woman'
judge you not by an .af/eg/ This time there will be more for Liberty+Loan Committee. ,-- -. ;
will judge ance expressed in mere word There is no profit in this to the publisher- now every woman knows the need, I" r,'
you not by your mad cheers a* our boys march even in normal) times, subscriptions are not sold every woman feels the patriotic duty ,
whatever
: fate may have in store for at a profit. With and ,1:
them. war prices prevailing, and the nearly every woman has the TICKS AND DROUGHT
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t ''n 1 ,j judge you not by the warmth of the' tears shed over high rate of postage on papers sent to France further great incentive of a man of I ,;;,?, ,,< .' $ l'
t the dead and injured that come to from you our cost will scarcely be. covered by., our fud her own "over there." It is every &O There Is only one Important ':!f**,' \ .
us time'to difference
time. subscription between ...
11 I I judge price.Remember woman's supreme privilege to ticks: and i. *' -*-
u ,you not by buy drought in
your uncovered head a cattle .country ""
and
solemn and
sell ,
mien to
aimed: in battle return that over In Liberty Bonds. *c Man can get rid of ticks, but',*
to our shores for loving'care.. .' soldier' France some brave At the conference 4 only, rain will ,J ; -
or sailor from many county help a drought. *
: this
:./'Iii wieeie! I'am town-perhaps ,
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just. will chairmen -
judge you by the .material' aid some splendid woman even 'were heard from comparisons Otherwise ticks and drought *
B"t to'the'fighting men who are facing death that you n.ay: live the guns-la depending working within sound of were made, and the best plansof ** both cattle.mean to
you .
"KEEP-THE *
and have your being,iff a world made safe. HOME LOVE KINDLED." procedure -talked pver. They told *, With a draught. the *':,\ : .no
__ .grass ,
.. : how i
they ?
got help from their > Isnt.
arfi i'you- Victory unless,your money_ 'they from Boy.,. Scout., and from the grass U there,but the ticks O' .1 ,
,'., Over .There .. are calling"to YOU from "Over There'' school children.. And, >frs, Edgar get a large part of It: *
'fje opinion I' Ail judge, all No pastiro on-earth CSJA feed ll ..1
aieb Lewis President ofthe'State '
,'!8ncfor (al.L ''GiVE !Federation tick. '"
,
,II, WHAT YOU CAN fI 4'KlSSI of and 'cattle effectiWy' at p< "
Women's] Clubs, *' ry
; ) ,reported the the same time. _. II .
) fins rk done by the organized dobwometL '. DIP'THAT'TICK- -t- . ...> a s
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FOUR ____ ____ _ _ ,THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, OCJ"OBER.U: 1918 t r

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ST. CLOUD I j4i
'" WOMEN OPEN LIBERTY LOAN .' - ? '

'. (Written for Lass$ Week.) t .,.. .'
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Uncle Josh Ferguson was business I ; :
a i ir
CAMPAIGN KISSIMMEE caller at Kissimme'e Tuesday. 3. v '. t\h
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Messrs. TunniclifTe,, Conn, Trlplett ,. It I.,
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and Edd George, motored to Arcadia 'f 'f..
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last week in the interest of having ,
f the aviators come up for the picnicon
n .Enthusiasm and deep feeling) marked pathos, and enthusing her hearers Thursday. .
the street meeting hel .
1'' afternoon by the Woman' Liberty stressed the fact that every one must Daughters, Anna and Madeline, arrived '
; Loan (committee which ob ned the fight in this war, either here or over last week from Brownstown, "
official campaign for the l Pyurth Liberty there-that no one was exempt from I 111., for the winter. fT"
Loan drive','" Mrii l: 'J''t.. flu rck- service and said fight or give must Mr. and Mrs; L. Sharnbow, who
halter, county chairman, >II'' formed beth slogan of the day t"have been visiting their children, for
c ; in strong orfranizatrori.lncl\ efficient J; Mrs C, II. .Summers- wife of Dr. .the past two months' in Butte and 1
1 ?" representatIWa'from All church C. II. Summers, who is. a prominent Monida, Montana, arrived at their
,, ('a' In the city and from tj., Oceoln Y. M. C: A. worker in 'Florida, and homo here last Friday evening.Mr. .
;/'h County Woman's Home Cj ards, to who expects to leave soon forFrance, I, I. N, Albertson, who has been

.! 4 wore effectively support the men's was the next speaker. Mrs. Sum I spending the summer in Bango, Ta.,
committee having: the l..i \\f'ty' Loan mers said the time. had come for-ev. I East Orange N. J.,- and Duluth,
:;''F''\" <:)rye) in charge, and to insure that cry man and woman to show: their I Minn., returned here last Friday
i 4 ; women do "their full part to putting colors and to come out in unquestioned evening.
, this war measure "over ire) '! top" in support of the government, for everybody Mrs. A. B. Daniels' left last Fridayto
the.. October drive; to be on the. job and fight spend a few days with her cousin, '
o ", ,: :' ,', The ,Saturday meeting "As attended with "tooth and toe nail" till a complete Dr. Johnson'? of Lake Alfred. .
.i, .j' <;<[\.. ... 1 utmost entirely liy" woJAe h t who occupied victory was won. No halfway Miss Em'ma.Barnd and Mrs. James The" Boy From Next Door '1
'! t 1, seats facing the \bAnd stand patriotism should be tolerated, she, Campbell of Kissimmee Park, were
',!,'1..'; and th.e automobile parked along. the said, no criticisms of the administration In the city on Monday
used him down the radiant with the
i- I";', etrecti. and no knocks of any war'measIIre8nothlng Mr. and Mrs. Kiplinger arrived on YOU to see swing gaily street t. vigor ;
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ar :', !','' Mrs:' Rurckhalter presided l and. introduced but complete consecration Friday, 'after spending the summerin his sturdy young manhood., One day f\c came home in khaki;
the 'speakers.Mrs. till peace universal shall Kansas! and while there celebrated j
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then his father told :with and that ho
.. N. C. Bryan, wife Af Representative reign. their golden wedding the 25th of you, mingled pride foreboding, had
"i N. C. Bryan, off4li'Id. the Int Mrs. ;J. Earl Lupfer, a popular June, but are glad to be again in the "gone across"with his regiment ,
vocation. young matron, who is one of the most 1 sunny South. ..
r 'l.:" Dr. Cushman, chairman ft the WOo pleasing readers of the city, rendereda Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Knight of Mascot Yesterday hU name was on the casualty list-"slightly wounded" .

",,\' man'a Liberty Loan committee\ of St. stirring selection, "What Kind of I Fla., came in on Saturday visit . -and your face grew crave. you thought of the sorrow an&.uapense t
;r i'-:J, Cloud was present and gate a masterful an American Are You," which seem- J his brother, O. C. Knight and family of his father and mother.
resume of the war situation. ed to voice the sentiment of the audl1 1 leaving on Monday for Homassassa, .
F .,. She said that to be involved in war, 1 but expects to rtuern here in time From every city street, every village, every community, the boy-
'': ,!'I' horrible as it was, is not the'rworst ence.Mrs.. E. E. Wells, who is Major of I For the picnic at the aviation field on next,door has gone to war. w
s\? condition that may befall)] a nation. the Osceola County Battalion of Wo- ,Thursday, then on to Georgia to tisit Think of these thousands Americans
splendid
reared
I. ;, Better that than to be s ' patriotism as to reeognly@! nothing minute talk on absolute: obedience to Rev. G. II. Northrup, former pastor comfort, peace, and security, now auddenly. -plunged into that
" worth fighting for. She Poke of the orders in the present drive, and I ef the M. E. Church, but now of roaring inferno of.battle with the hardened hordes of a desperately, .
I' ""r'', regeneration this conflict# Vould bring stressed the thought that every plan tarpon Springs, was calling on determined foe.What "
d to the world when pertn hent peace,, of the government must be supportedwith 1 friends. here for a few'days last week. ..
I reigned. She outlined tltp work set military precision as a protec- Mrs. A. S. Hill and Mrs. Maggie .
'1 a apart for women In the resent drive tion to our boys; over there if for no Woodard were visiting at Kissimmee are you doing to help them ? :

Y nnd said it must be acco, Jished. As other reason. I I>ne day last week.D. .:Jt.<.. :
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woman has never failed! to demonstrate Mrs. W. H. Coleman pronouncedthe .. G. Wagner of Kiscimmee was a
What are you doing to arm and protect them, and bring .them
: her patriotism, *0 now she benediction after the singing of St. Cloud caller on Friday last.
K ; must recognize her present opportunity the "Star-Spangled: Banner" by the Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Whitbeck and home in safety? Have you bought. Liberty Bonds? Have you

o, and meet it with a strength, lasses of the Patriotic League, directed son, Clarence William, who have bought all you possibly can?
that would Insure comfcj) !te' victory, by their assistant sponser, I been spending the summer in northern -
,.. Dr. Cushman was warily applaud :Miss HelelBa.... Michigan returned home on Sat- Has it occurred to you that one more Bond, bought with a little

ed.at the conclusion of \,* talk. Before the meeting adjourned, urday evening. additional effort, may save the life of the boy from the next boor
i',- Miss Inez Carson, daughter\ of Ex- booklets and folders were distributed Mrs. and Mrs. Peede, Mrs. Meek
:'"+ . Senator and Mrs. C. A- Larson, tine I through the audience' by the girl and Mrs.: J. II. Ferguson, were visitors '
'IN;, district chairman of the \t tV.. C. A. scouts who were present in their attractive at Orlando on Monday. Buy Another Bond .: }
B b ,r work for this section, Made a 'won,. uniforms, with their assist- On Monday afternoon the Elsie P. .

i > derful.__ talk, blending humor wit hc and sponger, Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan.) I McElroy Auxiliary preccnted the .,, .
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East End colored school with a flag. THE WAR BY :.
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{ THE All joined in singing America, fol-
.1'f r. "Y" AND THE WALKINGWOUNDED : lowed by prayer by a visiting'minis- JUDGE T. M. MURPHY W. B. CRAWFORD

after, which Mrs."Livermore,
THERE" ter, patriotic
1, "OVER instructor, presented the flag CARSON FARMER

-_ J and gave the salute. Recitation, -Mrs.Frtnoher -, -- .. ,
By Bruce Barton Edith> of Every And they stop at'the Y. M. C. A. ,.. "I, salute You, Old Glory!" a
Week. dugout first. It lies nearest the guns. Mrs Houston gave a talk to the chil- .\
Yesterday I met a l )>in who had Nearer than the doctor or hospital. dren "on what the flag represents" .
t >I'just landed from the Western front There every mm gets 'a cup of hot Mrs., Wise and 'Mrs. Doughty, color .
,; andIha'told J ; me the /eart-rending i tea if he wants it; there two orderlies bearers, gave the flag salutes. All "This Is 't '
: the
Last
+ Btory of the walking w "'ndetl.'' stand with hypodermics in their joined in singing Star-Spangled Ban.. ", '?',;'&i I'i": ).! ,:
c "jThe'wounded: who hav< lost an armor hands.,"',, i. .v,, nor, and then were dismissed with : '. .
an eye;-or a part the'face, but J- "Do you" want' it?".,they demand of prayer( by the minister, ;:. 'v,! ,,,,J>AVU\ ; of tears"t
ore still able 'to struggle back from each man who passes through. ''Editor"" Claud Johnsor'." 'Clarence ;" ""I : ", :
the front line' trenches Alone. And either he thrusts out' his arm King and Columbus Hall, arc three ,': r'! "M'I t'

,rp Go with me for ,a moment to : to receive the soothing potion, or .he from St. Cloud cut of the first 100 Coming in splendor throa the CoJden Gate

;. France,; I want you tt> see what he nods his head and passes on. pills taken out of the box-word be- Of all the days, swift passing, one by one. :
f eaw I want you to fchAur the truth.It On along the way of painted posts ing received here on Tuesday.G. Ob Silent Planet thou hast ,
is the w . For weeks the. army Kg known the Sometimes the dugout is shelled, several days here last week. How many harveatings dispassionate} _
t: exact hour and moment when the and a Y. M. C. A. Secretary loses his Mr. and Mrs. Entriken of Narcoos- Across the maDy.funowed fields of fate

barrage would lift and the men leap life; two went but together one day sec, were St. Cloud callers Friday.J 1 ,, Wrapt in the mantle of oblivion; "
out "over the top." recently.It B. Clements of Jacksonville, wag > 'The old wrinkled "
It ''The enemy has kfioVh it too; his is a part cf the game; they ask a guest for a few days this week at gray, husbandman has'gone N

preparations arc; as great and as for no'sympathey; they ask not even the Bonair House.Urove's Sowing and reaping, lone and deso1ate- 1
careful as ours, for pay; marfy of them are workingfor The blare of trumpets, rattle of the drum, :
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Simple painted posts; what are nothing at all. Tasteless chill Tonic : Disturb him not at all-he leeS, ,.
they for All they ask is for money to "carryon. teMorei vitality and energy. by purifying and enrichtaf Between the hedges of the centuries !
They are to guide the walking ." To be able to stand just behind: the blood. You ran ooo feel!Itt Strengthtnlng. '"$ ", ,'
'',; "' wounded. Eyes blurry with blood the front with chocolate for the men Invigorating F.ffert. Price Sec A thousand phantom armies 10 and come, .. ;"

t ? and suffering: that might lose the I who were staggering back along the While Reason whispers as each marches past ': t ;.

: road and follow 'the'' trail of those ,way of painted posts.CHRISTIAN ORANGE CENTERWritten '. ., t ' IfTh is the last' 0/ lOa,..-this is the last'f. ,\\.a,
bodies weak from 1
painted posts; too ,
," shell shock or'gas to stand alone can; 1 CHURCH ( for last week.) ". ',. UE TF. GILBERT WATERHOUSE, rr'sduj' ,\:
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find a momentary supfcArt. 10:00-Sunday School. This section was visited by a ....
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The trail of the pointed. posts is 11:00-Sermon. heavy rainfall last Friday night. The ., t I '" .IIL,'",,..';

the trail of the walking wounded!; the 6:45: -Y. P. S. C. E. Farmers are all rejoicing again as the ,..:. .;._ .r. .' att r I I
trail of blood and misery and pain: 7:30: --Sermon. weather'has been quite dry, and the ,. t
Just before dawn the men file into Prayer meeting >each Wednesday recent rains will be of great benefitto ; a I'
the forward trench ea. Singing I Nota evening at 7:30. L. A. S. each Thurs, ; the sweet potato crops in our vici- .' .. L
bit. Talking Hardly l a word. day. 5, .

Only the silent, heavy tramp of men Junior C. E. each Friday at 9:00a. : nity.Mrs.. M. E. Maddox has just received MAKE it the last I Save eve"'
who have written'th@j* last letters, m. and accepted the appointment of ::.,
home. Men with fac A carved out Young Ladies'* Circle meets each local registrar of Vital Statistics for .

: of stone.: second Sunday registration district, Orange Center ;'' dollar you can and dig deep into .1
They pass out of cnrip; they pass C. W. B. meets the first FridayIn voting precinct.Mrs. I .
the base hospitals; they pass the each month Ivon Roberts and little daughter I ,.
canteen. And just bet're they reach Church Board meets first Sunday are the guests of her parents, Mr. I ;. the work of ware 'Pour out fi
the front trench--at the very front, afternoon each month. and Mrs. Lester Flint. I
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u nd er '... ry fir o o f the bi g guns You are cordially invited to our Messrs... _Ivon. ___ _Roberts_____ ._ and____ J.__ E. I I (
J* themselveseach man pauses for services. .. Maddox left on Friday for Jackson- ..... your resources hold back nos
IIV : 31-tf. W. H. Coleman, Pastor.A. ville. Mr. Roberts expects to visit I .
of the Y. Savannah and Charleston before his :

y; M. C. A.From P. Anthony, Jacksonville bank- return.. single dollar that can help mak -

it a hand reaves! out; in the er-farmer, in course of an interviewthe Mr. Ira Keene of Shingle Creek,
;, hand a piece of chocolate for each other day, said: "Florida, in was the guest of his mother Mrs. J. ;; the
mm to be eaten in 'c'" he falls growing more of the staple Crops, J.; Keene on Saturday. victoryFINAL.. Make this
wounded in No M,>'s Land. A not to forget cotton, is laying a most Mrs.Alfred Cackler left for Key I , ,
hearty good luck and Cod: bless you. substantial and profitable foundationfor West "Friday and expects to remain ?
It is with this the vol<* of* the Y. M. the future of the State. Staple at that place for. some time at : ttTh Last of Wars .
O. A. secretary, riairih in their ears crops are as necessary in successful least. Two
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'0 .., R that the men go "ove the top." agriculture aa is sound''currency in :\.41.k .
1 An hour panes; tV hours. And matters financial."
) Continuing, Mr.: NOTICE TO WOOD DEALERS.
# s ,?f L ;:., lowly, painfully, drtfcffingly, they Anthony expressed absolute assurance --:..:...; .. ; '

t.1S, \.,";: .",' .come back. Tho meA Vho have lostAn"arm that in 'the State Fair and Exposition All'wood dealers are advised that Buy Bondi to Your Utmost.I :
: .; ; :;: : ,, and the meA Vho hay lost the p opl. of the State .have the standard 0trn"& of stove wood la . ::
"Yf; :; ,' ' "" ;' + ,Jan'eye, and the men. who carry in a :most valuable asset 'one that, wiD baaed on oneHhird of a Cord'of 112 '

'-, f'It, ,.J)< "''their.shoulders. or thM{> *abdomens'or be of immence benefit to' them according feet r meae-oring'4 feet: high 8 feet .
: -' , Iep the eneiny''g, bullets and to how"generously they
make
long, 14 inches wide. Wood sold onbaala ,
; \.tf,4 l ): , use of It,as exhibitor of their farm at Iyes i!measure'"U"' 'violation _ 71a'ft_CobarMd to 1 W tnbsy tM W." '" (
," ; "' '" RaI'cer1.' .. :man foUow-, product aadflfT; trtock; 'and;;'as''Yf.Itors. of the'law ud nbjecU salesman. to --- .. '
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over a. rubbing board

-not with GRANDMA on the OCR? 2%
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down to the bottom! of things,Inhurry. ee

i a Dirt just can't hideaway I'

,. when she gets after it.
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G,HANI)MA stops the waste of //+

cutting or chipping of bar soap. .'

You measure out just wbat you ,
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need and no more.
Wash the Woolen Sock 1

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APPROXIMATLEY $350,000,000WILL from, the'1918'roll will show cpproximate'yS50 i ,
: millions, an increase of 30
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BE THE,1918 TAX ROLL hi-
millions over 19'17. as compared withan t:!

Tax Commission increase of ,18 millions iiul917 over :
The State has received '
1916. Uac! the assessment against the J
from thirty counties toY
f reports railroads, telegraph and, Pullman .
date, the 1918 assessment.
giving
Commissioner Burke has given.outfigures companies' been increased in proportion 1r f 111
to the real and personal, the to- '
comparing the assessment for
tal would show.,360 millions ,
the two years, 1917"and 1918, of the The 1918 roll will represent about ... ',.1
t.hlrty'counties as, follows:
Real estate, 1917, $109,351,782, 35 per' cent of the actual value of brawn by UDO: UN 13 ZIMMERMAN: : for Ui. National Security Lo*.u.. :
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real estate; 25 per cent of the valueof .
,
1918, $121,899,106; increase $11,547- . ;
railroads, and about 20 per cent of j
824-10.56 per'cent. the value of personal property
1918 II RUMINATIONS OF II
Personal, 1917, $33,899,106; REXRex .
'$39,544,34.9; increase. $5,645,243-
BARB WIRE CUTS AND WOUNDS 1:1'
cent.RaUroad :
16.67'per telegraph, and pull man, are troublesome to cure. Ciet a la domiciled with his friend, C, plaints common to their own section We will win t h Iswarf'f'f'Nothing'el.e
S. Acres, instructing the young ladies have been bcnentted, and why should
1917 $26,694,994; 1918, $25,918,208, bottle] of Farris Healing Remedy-
in the science,of knowledge, and located not others be benefitted _
by followingtheir
50c make it
increase, $223,214-0.08 per cent. costs at borne. Heals really matters until we dot,
on one of the best tracts of example.The .
The increase so far shows real a.nd rapidly] A sore never matters where
land that can be found in this or any democratic rooster ia: still toy- i
: personal property'I2.1GJK'Tcentrall.; this remed is used. We sell it on
t' other county in the state. al. lie thinks our Joe has just coveJ'ed -
; roads, 008 per cent. the money back plan. Waters &
.. When all the counties are heard Carson Grocery Co. With the add of his major Domo himself with glory, and that If
c -- (Albert) combined with the }home hq wishes to stay'with the gentlemen
! force, about 760 bushels of corn and he's with and help to wind up the 1
, C.: A. CARSON President. N. C BRYAN Secretary Irish potatoes were stored away in war, he should be allowed to 'do so.

three rooms of an old house without He's a veteran now and should\ not be

";: The Waters & Carson being counted. Sweets by the wagoh compelled to give place to a. raw recruit ,,11

load, peas, beans and other vegeta- that thinks he knows it all, who,
bles in quantities too large to do any if elected, will find that he has it all
i. but summarize, a fine orango and to 'learn without the time to do it in. The Flavor Lasts h ti

Grocery Company grapefruit grove with trees bearing As Rex has the annexed letter to offer

abundantly; three good .horses in the he will close.

stables and others wild on the range,
Atlanta, Gc., Sept. 16, 1918. .. -
two fine milk cows at home and a --- --'
Wholesale and Retail; Dealers in My dear old friend John has written .
I number of cattle'on the range; and to Bonds
and at your regpeatwe" are enclos. Help the Boys to "Carry On. Buy Liberty
4'k' top all, an automobile, from one of ing a ._ __ ,_. I
GROCERIES our best manufacturers; in the house copy.
We shall take in our Florida trip
music from a fine graphophone solves
t' between the 16th of pctober'nnd the
tha lover of music who .has the good
1st of November, and unless
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I fortune to be n gcest at the home something Registration Notice.The
I . . . . 00 . . 0frl . . . . . . ... . with 'splendid music; a telephone thr.t of an unusual nature takes .
place, we are going to your city this
'" brings the city to his door; his young
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WE SELLS WE BUT season. Please write and tell me just
lady daughters chaperoned by Mrs. how
we can be accommodated. We
., BAT Acree, a lady, qualified for the .position
BIDES of carrying out tIle rules of would want a hot.se largo enough to
propriety registration books for enrollment of voters to participate in
., .. .. accommodate six, four bedrooms, dining
in
with that
'GRAIN'II"'I''i rigid exactness, so
." : \/. 'j' rooms, stove room, and ,the election will be the office of the
comforta November general at Registration
the and field find well ,'. . . open
home .
a .
,';1.i! + 'FERTILIZERS r, i\II! we ble sitting wou'.d! like\ two fire ] '-', I', ', m' . ,' ,j. ',. '(' "
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;.." 'I; '. /J"i\\foJ..1" WOOl.; '. conditioned and pleasant family. / but ; places, u! Officer at.Kiuimmee i from Monday, Auguit,5,, 1 1918.,"until Oc-
.",\te'Jl4irf'!SHINGLES] write and tell us how.you can ap ,' .,, ,' \' ' \.!, ; ',;, ''. ", ;' """
: The doings cf our army over there sincersy'friend' ((1 i: 2tM: r \'i"\'i\' \Ur. : t ?
BKl4W8f\ in',' 'wmwmlORANGE AND proach. , thia.t.y'Your; si i 1\ k ;; .
,, is proving conclusively that our :':''tP, " j j'j"" '/,', '
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the best in the "
ALL troops are fighters -
books will be in the several
The
,ORANGE. WRAPS, . it 'world. What ,might be termed raw We've been,in a big fight all to our- precinct registration open precincts -
COUNTRT !recruits, not having before been under selves. The parley Vous were no from Monday September 2, until Saturday October' 12.
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VEGETABLE CRATES
t 4, .. PRODUCE fire from our army have changed where about unless some of them
CRATE NAILS I tho aspect of the war, and our opinionis were in the airplanes overhead, And All voters ,who desire to participate in the general election in November

that in many .crises where English we Just accepted one order and that
r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .and French troops havo gained advantages was ,to go in and knock all the Aght ,.and,who have not been properly registered heretofore, are notified

: I over the Germans, that it out of those bloody] buns, and catch that they must be regi.tered'during these dales. The removal
w We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds.Wi .
has to a certain extent been accomplished every one that could not run as fast from since registering will require changing
precinct to another
and one
E give special attention to fitting out hunting camping parti*. "
the intimidation that coqld.] We
through, 38 we carried out these
Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. orders the records in this office accordingly.
:our forces have driven into their iwithout'tt'urther Instructionsfrom '
We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular and prier "
I ranks. Our troops gain positions and .authority. One l long leg-
on fertilizers. (U: S. Food Administration License No. G22092)Postum ,then hold them with a firmness that god slab sided hun was about to beatus
E. D. KATZ
tho Germans cannot shake. Little out when ono of our boys haulted
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with every energy bent on peaceful i him and when we passed over that SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, .
pursuits could so soon put, on the' hun he looked from the way' he was .

I I mantle of war and bccomo the most sprawled out as if it would take a russimmee, Florida

serious menace that his troops had to wagon load of soil to cover' him up.

contend with, but the result] has prow Some of,them tried to stand the pressure
t ed that our nation is the greatest on but they soon had their hands

the globe in science; art and war. The raised skyward and when we got oooo. ttOOOOOOtOO..OOOOOtO ooot O.OOOOOOOtO'oo ,

Good' Friend of the wealthly have freely and voluntarily near enough to hear them, you'd have
contrituted their support and our thought a litter of puppies had got :

Coffee Drinker government has raised vast sums of loose and were crying for the old one. Tax Notice I
1 I money such as has never befol0 been I.We've found out now just how to outdo I"

known. We used to count the I those fellows, and we are not going

1 Coffee often disagreeswith billion as enormous; now it is noth-I I to forget it. They can't stand
ing more< than a mere baga !our yell; it gives them the shakes, '
the best of us September rains have apparentlybeen 'and before they get over them, we f. I.",

somewhat severe, but the far. :are right there. Tell the boy to come Notice is hereby given that the

When you find it wise t.o mer as a rule] has had no cause for 'over-not to help us fight so awfully

1stop coffee fora few days complaint] and the general expectation much'-but- you'll enjo) the whole Tax Books of Osceola County will
is that the winter crop will bea thing after you've been here a while.

on account of disturbed digestion i- large one. Sickness has not been It's not all fight, part of it is good be open for collection on November

or too much"nervesYswitch excessive, and those attacked principally I eating and drinking. The drilling will '

owe it to useless] exposure. Cat- I make a man out of a boy in much first. I to furnish tax ,
to Postum and note i am now ready | .f;
beIin
tie on the range are reported to less time than old] father time does

the result, good condition to meet the winter. 'I I What I nave seen, and .heard since I estimates. In iting'abo t taxes always :
The idea that tho war and high prices I came hero has repaid mo for all the 1
le wholove'their will keep tourists at home during the trouble I've been to, and the,poor old
coffee follow this plan with approaching: winter is in my' opinion I I foofreh ]\huns are not fighting for love give a complete description of !;

a mistaken one. Why they should of country but just to satisfy their '
excellent results. .
: < stay at home to escape high prices is desire for blood. They are not the your property and enclose postage ,;.,

something we fail to understand, for, brave men we expected to find here '?
Postum comes in two forms: they are beyond anything that we pay unless some devilment is to be doneto '&r> for reply. A discount of 2 per cent ,j x

Postum Cereal which musisbe down here, for the further north you helpless women and children, we yr .

boiled.and Instant Postum. go the higher they are, end they can don't fear them. Their big guns can Y will be allowed on all taxes paid during
come here without indulging] goods, do some damage but they keep themso v
W'i made in the in moment. '>
a
i cup both for under_and overwear cf this far off that vie don't get the y the month of November.
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They; are eQually delicious heavy order, which can be dispensed chance every time to get at them. : J.

and the: vostper cup is,about :Y with here, and these are what foots France Is a glorious country, and : ,C L. BANDY 1
the up in the clothing line. Our city as just almost pull themselves to piecesto : ,

same."There's ., a health resort bas: been .patronizedin be polite enough to our fellows. I

4 1 : -8R..e8sorl.. the past and no complaint has been With love to all,'will be back some : Tax. Collector., 1' ;
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.round with It as such, and people who of these days Your affectionate son, 42." .1.1I" .

a'w 'line'. '.come, ,bere-afflicted, with 'comi JOHN RAY. .. .:000: t:, oo.ou: ; : :' : oooo'nt; : : :,I,: 00: : '0:' o: o.-o': .o o-' o ' ;
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IT six THE KISSiMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE.. FRIDAY OCTOBER 11. '1018 )

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It attention,, to the necessity of fixing. 000 UO 0 00 00000 00..00. UOOOOOOOooOU 0 000 uouuoot. .-
KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTEd t "
; the amount of the bonds of the Trustees .. t::I

for special road and' bridge district :V
Air Service
d .MUh.4 Every Friday Open i' No. 3. These were fixed a t M.
117 IU..I___ Valley <}._ la v._... .
x....__ .....rI.. 11,000.00 each.
t The Clerk read a telegram from '

W., .. H...... Preel... parties in Brevard county requesting R.S.'FLQYDH.

IC. O. v... Agnew. Secretary I LIBERTY LOAN: ,PEN AIR SERVICE WILL BE MELD AT Osceola county to pay half the I .

..*..B.- )II..
III THE ,BAND STAND SUNDAy AFTERNOON AT 3:3p. FINE MUSIC cost for vats constructed i In .

..b.rrl.tt.. MateokOn I in Brevard county west of the St
COPY. On* Year___.....__._.-|*.00On GOOD SPEAKING. LET EVERYBODY COME EXCEPT" John's River for the reason that the
Copy, HI* Month.,_....__.... 1.00 "
pa Copy. Three Mont ........... .71 I THOSE WHO HAVE THE "FLU. J. D. SIBERT, cattle in this section were own'ed/

Ail communIcation. except from our I Chairman Speakers' Committee. Osceola county citizens and the ma- ., Groceries and f f

,..thorl.... correspondents must be jority of the taxes on these cattle .
",*ned by the writer.Rejected I . '.
our this
As
were paid by people. ..
mutter will not be returnedBntered
_-ft'-_-. called tor. I seemed to be A fair proposition the ., ,{

( In the Postofflce at Klsslmlee. said it would also l be the duty of the Soft drink establishments employeei. board agreed to it 'x': ::

Florida a* .econdtclase matter.) board in case men refused to work The Clerk rend a letter from the Fresh Meats .

for this wage to confer 'with* the -Labor Soda fountain supplies-all employees Everglades Cypress Company offering ,"

and Exemption Boards an] see .' ] to, furnish 'pecky cypress to bused "

EriBeR that the order work or fight. was Implicitly Window cleaners on the proposed road running Ii

followed; Resolved that no one will 'be allowed from Libby's Hill west to, city ,)limitsat "

lie explained the work of the council to recruit or solicit any skilledor 22.00 per, thQusald.) It was decided '

r in the Liberty Loan and otherac common labor within Osceol to wait until the brick sltuat'o Phone 176 : 302 Broadway : ;r

tivities and said it was desired to havea county, without the proper credentials -' cleared up. ,

thorough organization for each sec from this committee. W. R. Reynolds of St. Cloud, was

lion. In cities he advised that four Resolved further that this committee appointed County Engineer by unanimous .t

gSTATE PRESSPSr' districts be established, under, a district respectfully urges and request consent.

manager or'captain. Then each all proper city authorities to pass The ,proposition of P: G. Cromartie .,

block be comanded, by a block captain suitable ordinances in accordance, of Shingle ,.Creek, to assign in company .

who would be assisted by a lady. By with these resolutions.. ,with other parties his Interest ;1

FRIDAY OCTOBER 11 1918 this system the council will be able to By order of the Director Genera in the dipping vat on the Moseley Have You Bought That Bond? ? .
,
reach every individual and at the of Labor two women are to be addedto place was laid over. until the next

time have mobilized strength. the regular meeting.The .
same a Community Labor Board for
The Commissioners of Osceola I
drives'he said citizen Osceola Clerk read the reports 'of
whose
During
every county, names will be
; county have been pieced in an em-
t who does not subscribe for loans and announced. later. I County Agent M. M Javens and Tick!
fcarrasingposition by the decision of ,
I who has not already done ,so should W. B. HARRIS Chairman Eradication Inspector Ordia Bass. OURCANNED
zl. '"
; Judge. Perkins of the circuit court, .in t
the Somerettt-Guy contestc ase from be courteously interrogated to find S. J. TRIPLETT Management The board adjourned to meet in GOODS ,;
out 'the cause of his non support of VIRGIL EDWARDS, Labor. special session on Saturday Otober12th. _
this county wherein the ruling was ,.
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the .
i made that a man: 'who voted for Sidney government.The ____._ ._ _ __u __ __ __ GO FASTBECAUSE 1,.
council was intended to ascertain -!COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS IN
J. Catts for governor at the last THEY
: the agricultural conditions of the ANNOUNCEMENTThe t.
a general election was disqualified as a' REGULAR MONTHLY SESSION .
with the Exemption undersigned hereby announce THAT
to
county; co-operate HAVE
o nominee in the recent democratic pri r'
his candidacy for the office of County
; mary. Apply the same test to all board in preventing any man (Continued From Page One. ) Commissioner :from the Fifth Com. FRESH NATURAL
service and
the candidates nominrted throughout from evading military F. Ileale and his son, ,who live on missioner's District of Osceola County 1

1 the State and, judging from the vote take a controlling hand in all. mattersof a farm southwest of the city appeared Florida, to be voted'upon ft the. FLAVOR
community interest. General Election to be held in November
j received by Catts it 1s safe to assume '' before the board and requested that 1918.
"All this Mr. 'Rose remarked,
that eight out of ten of them. will be the road west of the canning factory In explanation of my candidacy I
take time. who is
But
disqualified. It is just possible that "will no man be' ditched so that the surplus water beg to says Just following the Primary .
appointed to any position on the Election in June of this / h
Borne of the 'members of the board could drain off into Shingle Creek. yearan
refuse. Our soldiers election contest between the two '
board has a right to
whose duty it is to !say whether Guy'aname are on the front line in France No action was taken.E. high candidates for the Democraticnomination >, ro h''u

shallgo on the ticket as the L. Green who is making and of this office occurred. At j
giving their 'time as well as their .L. .
nominee or not, would be disqualified are : putting up road signs all along the ter the case was"tried out and evidence ,r-::
under the same ruling. Guy's position very lives for our protection, and soldiers Dixie Highway for the National Automobile given by both parties who

in. this instance is similar in a on the second line at horned can were J. B. Somersett pnd B. 11. Guy J
Association to
presented
at least sacrifice time and business the Judge of the Circuit Court IIon ,1
:' 1 good many respects to the one occupied the board a drawing of two road orable James W. Perkins found that ,

by Governor Catta at the last for their support. signs to be placed at the Orange Somersett had the most ballots but ry i lr :
Mr. Rose said the council 'would ?= t J
t election when he was overwh!Iming- county line, and asked that he be ale that both Someisett and GUY were rz'1 l 1nl
cost a little money and suggested disqualified because neither of them -
ly elected by the democratic voters ofthe lowed to put them stating that 11 ,ea
l'.l State. that this be arranged for as no state up, had voted for the Democratic' nominee ""e .
the cost would be $38.00. The board -
T appropriation had yet been made. for Governor at the last General
0 agreed and instructed him to erect Election: but on teh contrary. each ;
MEN OF FLORIDA, AWAKE. Chairman Stanford appointed a com- the signs. had voted for a man not the Demo. )
mittee to solicit -these funds. ratlc nominee. As :
they
W. 'R. Fuller representing the were offering
y Unless thereis awakening Before adjourning the meeting a : in a Democratic Primary under law
a general Southern a OUR CANNED GOODS ARE CANNED RIGHT WHERE THEY ,' \
'Clay Mfg. Co. of Chatta
among the men of' Florida who resolution was unanimously passed requiring voters in such n primary t.n GROW. THEY ARE PICKED WHEN THEY ARE RIPE AND HAVE J'
who sold the ihG'; er l-
nooga county 609,000 rote in Election only for
have not registered and paid their adopting a card system for labor registration . brick at $24.00 per thousand fast Democratic nominees, they were THEIR FULL STRENGTH. AND THIS GOES INTO EVERY CAN.

l poll taxes for 1916 and 1917. there and a message recommending month, read a letter from his company neither of them qualified to be the WE ARE OFFERING THE FOLLOWING ATTRACTIVE'PRIC-

t ;r are grave fears in regard to the re- that a uniform system be adopted to.the effect that they gladto Democratic nominee for County Com- ES ON CANNED GOODS AND OTHER.STAPLES FOR THIS WEEKS" J
suits of the vote on the Statewide for the State, was wired to Governor were missioner in this coming General
have the order but objected to the
Prohibition Amendment to Article Catts. Election. lie therefore decided that '"
n teat clause contained therein. They there was no Democratic nominee for Special as long as they last
No. 1
.:XIX on November 5th. Chairman Stanford in an interview Tomatoes, can lOc, 3 fv .25 ..,
stated that the test would be mudo. County Commissioner from the Fifth Kellog's Krumbles Kellog Tomato Pulp, lOc, 3 for ._ .25
ai If you have registered and paid with a representative of the Gazette, District'chosen in the June -
at the point of shipment no* at the Primary B.iscuit. 2 pkgs., ...______ .15 Best
Pork and
i commission has Beans can.... .15 .
; your poll taxes, please with patriotic Said: Though my not thereby -making it necessary for all .
point of and that the order
delivery
zeal, urge every acquaintance to do arrived I have been advised to go to candidates for County Commissioner Votan Coffee a good one! ,-
., the same before the books close on work at once as the labor question could not be accepted on the bails of from the Fifth District or otherwise Coal Oil, gallon__...__----__ .15 1 pound can, ---------L .35

Saturday evening October 12th. may become acute before the 'fruit the resolution as presented. They to Election go on by the petition.ballot at the Genera. Tuna Fish, can._.___,1.: ____ .15 3 pound can; ............ .95

Yours for the sake of Statewide crop is moved. I intend to see thai: further stated that all their testingwas Friends of mine in the Fifth District Black Eye Peas 13c 2for, __ .25 Maxwell Ho'2se Coffee, can' __ .32 ,

,Victory C. W. CROOKE every' able bodied man' in the county done by the Pittsburg Testing have signed such a petition asking Lima Beans 18c, 2 Ibs for.' .35 White Houfe Coffee can _... .35 t

Supt.. Anti-Saloon League of Fla. works or fights. The work, for the Laboratory Plant; which had a branch me to be a candidate for the office Oat Meal]; package ',..,.....<,,T:' .12 Senate best there is i"I! *?;_.__. .35

Xissimmee office at Birmingham and it would of County Commissioner from Best Evaporated peaches;!....,, ',17 Arbuckles : .l.iA'; : .
section will be headed;by the Fifth _.,......: ;;: ._? .24
MUTT AND JEFF CO. HERE1 I Sam Lupfer as chairman. I will appoint necessary for a, representative of Florida. I District have accepted Osceola the County petitionand Cheese, Ib, ___.J*\;!S3SSSS: .3b' Cheek Neal Coffce lbs;!;; ,,._.85
,
this to be the teat.
'1 UNTIL THEATERS REQPEN a chairman at St. Cloud Whit- county present at offer for the office. Navy Beans 2 Ibs., __.-____ .35 lIb,. can Cocoa ,.__-.._..,._ .25

... tierShingle Creek and at Campbell In any case a government permit Everyone in my District knows me Calumet Baking Powder lOc, Pie Peaches ......-........ .15

The Mutt and! Jeff Wild and Wool- Station. The council will endeavorto would have to be procured to move but as the the office will be voted on allover I 13c and ___._._._.____ .24 ; Chili Con Carne, ........-.-.T.12
the' brick. County and some of the
., ly West Show which was scheduled interest every citizen in this Im- voters of the Conuty may not know Shredded Wheat pkg ...-__ .14 i Lunch Tongue, .__......._j .29 f

to appear at the Casino last night portant branch of service and will entourage B. II. Guy moved that a new reso- I me. I state that I am a Democrat and Post Toasties, pkg. __u..___ .13 Best Jam large size ____,... .29 '

came in on Wednesday, one day greater :food production war lution be drawn to suit the occasion, have always voted as a Democrat. 1 I Graham Crackers large ... '.15 I Peanut Butter large size... .29

pt ahead of time, their schedule having gardens and all forms of agriculture. which was carried. It was decided! held the office of County Commission6r Graham Crackers small, ___ '.09 Peanut Butter malt size..., ,13

been disarranged- bv the closing of.- that Road Superintendent L. R. Far- viz: iaii-1314}in this:I County inclusive.for four my record years! U. S. Smoking pkg __.-_--_ .06 Octagon Soap 7c., 6 bars__ .40 ,'**

: the theaters throughout Florida on NON-ESSENTIAL OCCUPATIONS mer would probably be selectej to then made Is open to inspection. 1 I Prjnce Albert pkg. uun .15 Fells Noptha 6 bars__--____ .40 ,

count of the threatened epidemic of ANNOUNCED BY LABOR BOARD represent the county at the test. pledge myself to a fair, honest and I George Washington pkg. __ .06 P. G., 6 bars.____.._?__.-_ .40 (:

i Spanish Influenza. State Highway Engineer A. L. lean business administration of the Velvet, package Export bar. ______..-.v_ __ .05 ''

#, ] Billy Barry manager of the company (Continued from Pago One). Wright the board of Taft a warrant,appeared for and$1740 offered 00- discharge funds of the of all County the duties and a of faithful the of' Renos pkg. ._._,,??-__..___. .06 Ivory per bar, -_______--__ .09
e received a wire yesterday from ; All others _____ Grandma's __ 5
Bottlers and bottle fice. O. R. BASS. pkg. .u____ .05 Laundry u.__ .00
Gus: Hill, the New York theatrical supplies proprietors due the county by the State for the , Water Meal Lux .;
and ground Ib....__ .06 Soap pits -- -- .-..121/2
employees.Cigar fill at Reedy Creek and for work done
magnate: advising him that show Fancy Head Rice Ib......__ .12 Sour Pickles bottle ,15 S
dealers clerks and atten- ---- --
by the road before the
; houses county
throughout the country were dants. gang Classified Advertisements Rumford Baking Powder lb.28 Sour Ficbles bot e.u.._ .13'

temporarily closed; and he and ,his dealers-all State assumed charge of the job. The: Best Salt Bacon Ib________ .32 Saur Kraut large can,..._,. .13 .
Candy employees.
i company will spend their enforced Cleaners and I check was offered in full settlement 1"01SAI.JSome household furniture Salt Bacon. .... ......____ .28 Sweet Pickles, per can__.___ .29 'J
dyers-all employees
but the Clerk stated that the Tallahassee
S L vacation in Kissimmee. drivers. also dressed cynrens lumber, a Bull Head Catsup hot 13c 2 .25 Apple Jelly, 8 ozs, ......__ .14
: There except authorities had deducted $760 lathe, drill press and forge Apply -...
5 5. are twenty-five people in the Clubs-all ,23< JJrury Avenue 4)ltpdWANTED Eba Milk can ..._u._-.___ .05 Grape Jell/ 8 ot*. ...... .14
employees.
5 .5 company, which carries its own private Confectioners and delicatessen which was the cost of the filll. Where- : -White labelby the month. Eagle Milk, ca _---___-____ .22 Jams,' 8 CM.:: ..._.._..._ . It i '

car, and they are stopping while all establishments upon the board refused to accept the Lodging, furnished, Family or -lnKl Carnation can _______._____ .06 Thread .. __ ___-__.____*_ .05
here at the Graystone and Manhattan employees exceptone warrant as a final settlement. <* men taken; also middle aged
lady for houekeeper. W. Id PAR. St. Charles can ____u__.__ .06 -
hotels. manager. Mr. Wright said that he would take
MBit Mgr New Eden Plantation Co.Narcoos.ee .
Mr. Barry said his company would Contractors-Unskilled employees the matter up with the State Highway Fla. 4Z-lt-pd. Van Camp's Milk can ...... .06 FLOUR.v

remain in Kissimmee until the theaters not engaged in the erection of structures authorities at once and appeared AT A BARGAIN PRICK-Underwood Pet milk Baby can __._.___ .06 Pillsbury 24-lb ____uu__ 1.70 \

were reopened and he could rearrange for war work or schools. This to have no doubt that the business Typewriter 626 Mabbette In good 8t condltloi. J7-tf Lnquire Alaga Syrup gal. _______1 1.10 Gold Medal 24lb., .''uu__ 1.70

his itinerary. shall not include buildings 35 percent I would be satisfactorily settled. Alaga Syrup .J Jgnl. ___-_; .55 Colonial 24-Ibs., ____uu__ 1.70

completed. Tax Assessor W.-I. Barber pres. FOR Apply KENT to J.-McPhatter.Nice Furnished Himee 8-lf Alaga Syrup No. 1 __._____ .17 Rising Sun, beat there i8u__ 1.70 ,i,

rf . Alaga Syrup No. 2 ____ .22 Per pound all ...__. '
kinds
A pleasant social was held at the Dancing academies-all employees ented his assessment books for 1918 -u 7J/J! :

home of C. II. Funk last Saturday Florists-all employees. which were accepted and signed by FOR SALE-Ellfht and! under fence acres; ;1 11 acre acrescleared In Crisco, large can j......... 1.90 Six pounds substitute to every 24 ,

'' night. Music and games were enjoyed Fruit stands-all 'employees. each member of the board. bearing cypress orange timber grove on; 12.000 tract: worthof four- Crisco medium ._ .. ._._._ .95 pound cack. :

'}' also the reading by Mrs J. It, IIil- Hotels and restaurant keepers C. S. Acree who is in charge of room house and kitchen. Also 60 Crisco sinnll.__...._ _..__. .50 J

Hard of the Camp Life at Columbia, cashiers clerks except room clerk. the building of cattle vats in the range head of hog cattle loose and a on good.the bunch ranae.of Shorts, 100, Ibs. uUu__ 2.95 DRUGS "I

8- C., where her son James is station- More than 50 per',cent of the total Point section appeared and pointedout Farming near tool Kenansvllle.and Implement Price ''',600.located Sweet Feed 100 Ibs. .___u__ 3.45 Sweet Spirits Nitre. _______ ?.14

4' ex), was interesting.instructive and number of waiters and buss boys. th"' in his oomion, one vat could! half cash balance terms to .ult. B. Oats 100 lbs., ____.u______ '3.50 Hydrogen Peroxide _______. .10

touching. House servants except furnaceman. do th il'ity required instead of the -2!:.. Uuy.' kenanevllie. Fla. 25-tf Corn, 100 Ibs., _____________ 4.00 Carbolic Acid, _unu__.._ .14
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FARM RHS: -Send today for free Velvet Bean ;ideal 2.60
two "osed. He a sample uu--
then offered
JI' to lease Sweet Oil _
_____ .14
COUNTY COUNCIL NATIONAL Janitors of buildings, except furnace the > 'nty two in then Ptockman ropy of, published the Florida at Jacksonville.Farmer.and Minced Ham Ib __--_.____- .30 -u
acres square Sulphur, package ______.,__ .05
Tells about livestock: raising, dairy Potted Ham _. __
DEFENSE ORGANIZED HERE man. .- Libby's __ .05
i >t of his
( corner property fors ing, poultry, citrus' fruit and truckIn Blue Label Vaseline
bpt _... .05 I
Junk dealers Corn Beef Hash can, 13c 2__ .25
-all employees. us the land needed fur ? twice a month at bOo per year-
G (Continued from Page One) was three years for 11.00. Only livestock Beef, pork and Veal Loaf .20 Turpentine bottle ...__.u__ .10(
Livery and sales stables-all em ca a;'pping operations: The board and general farming la the ,ca '
1i follows: ployees. p to the proposition and the. l lit II I... Write today. paper Household] Ammonia hot.___ .10 Caster Oil, jottle ......____ ..10Castorla :,

yf' For picking grapefruit 4 to 8 cent Mercantile establishemnts More ." ir''t'-ucfed to have "'thotwn Y",1R- RENT-Furnl.heel room. or Blueing, bottle .____________ .05 bottle ___.__...... .30 .,1

per box. than one porter more than sufficient I ,Apartments for light housekeeping Potash large can ____ .___ .11 Epsom Salt, box ._ .____._ .05
r for the vat, the money to In modern, convenient house, close In. Camphor bottle .....___.... .10
For picking oranges, 5 to 12 cents drivers to make one delivery a day j,..id when available.The S 1r., 10. ,E.lit Wells.Mabbette Real St.Kstate Phone and S41.Insurance CaL Peaches, heavy syrup .. .25 Salts, box ___?.___..__.... .05 -'II

A y> r,box. no special deliveries permitted. Cashiers Clerk read an execution in Cal. Peaches small __...___ .14 Quinine Tablets box_......__, .15 ",
'For scattered picking''- -good piclttets '- drummers and solicitors. Replace DWELLINGS for rent. Apply to M.. tt'\
{ .favor of W. R. Crawford vsT the
)-' where; impossible to follow piece men clerk with women wher- I County for the costs, amounting to EVERYBODY INVITED TO INSPECT OUR SANITARY
STORE
FOR BALK Second-band
Ford
work, a daily wage of .$3.50. ever possible. 1106.90; In the suit decided against at attractive prices. Osoeola Motor carp ANDGET PRICES. Oar Motto U: Cordiality; 16 oz. to the

_ aS V*' Mr. Rose' explained this scale was Pawnbroker*-all employee. the county by the Supreme Court. Co, 107 Broadway.FOR pound and 100 Cents 011 the Dollar. ff

r binding' on the packers, and where a.UAa Peanut vendor., Attorney Milton Pledger advised the BALE-One Emerson Typewriter OUT OF TOWN ORDERS SHIPPED SAME DAY
was ,found paying more than Popcorn vendor. model three, visible, a* rood a. new. v
payment of the cost of the suit, but Apply Valley Oasette. tf. ..
'*hi ",price he should be brought be- Shoe shining shop-proprietors and not those of the execution, a* he-stated CUT
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WOODS WOODI WooDRo. PRICE CASH
Gra"
'" board and e GROCERY
S jfaw the county fined heavto employee; there was no law by which an ex Wood Yard Phone 111. 'n-tt.

., -Jir. *;money''going' to the Reel'O".9J Shooting galleries-proprtotors and cutxm: wouli lie against the county. WILL TRADE) or exchange city property . Phone
:.looms other :rajr nctlrity. Ue I employees.. for country stock 141 422 Broadwa -
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THE KISSIMMEE-VALLEY: : 'GAirrrc.. \, FMDAYj 'OCTOBER '11,,1.18 ,- '- .SEVEN

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Cn OoDip, at Central Drug Stow i E. S. Bullock is now express met

.INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS 11 C. H. Funk made, a business trip 4 to.I enger on the train between KUsim
Lakeland Wednesday. mee and Narc: oasee.

I The egg plant crop !ia beginning: to 1 Mr. and Mrs J. D. Woodbeck visited Mr. and Mn.J.B.Cadel.turned
move. St. Cloud last Monday. from a three days trip'to Dayton

feather Report For that Cold in the head Red Miss India Lesley of Tampa Is the Beach Tuesday'nl ht.

Cross Vaporizing Salve is quick relief guest df the family of. her brother, Messrs. ,... and Edgar Kate went IM f.01N0 DOWNTOMOaA0NT0alT
25e at Central Drug Store.. Ccpt. E. L. Lesley. to Jacksonville Saturday night and 'wE1Ae
AflW TMI 1C* !
Following are daily tempera. Mr. and Mrs. L. M., Whldden! have 80 Acres improved land for sale or returned Wednesday. .1 I JET*
I tares and precipitations as reported received word from their ,son, Bern rent well located, and desirable.. Ne- Mr, and Mrs. F. A Souders returned sago TO '
5 by Government station cry telling of his safe arrival "over son Tuesday'night from Maywood, AEfUANIrNTNaMlCIh wOVT ='
Realty Company.
;at Kissimmee fo-' the week end. there." Chicago,,where' they have been spending paxTMahrM .,... ... P,
ting, Thursday, October 10. Charles ,Donegan of Deer :)park. the summer .
I', Max:, MIn. Rain Splendid cHicken farm improve. spent a few days in town during the a>, \ A4 21
I Thursday, ?*...._ 84 72 .65 delightfully located bargain price ; early part of the week. O. J. Roundtree, who arrived here

Friday, .*...... 86 69 favorable terms., Nelson, Realty Co. .Mr C. A. Cooper and daughter, of from Fernandina to take a position
i Saturday, ..._.' 90 70 Prof, B,', M. Evans DIck Bullock Kansas City, who purchased the JH. in I the Citizens Bank has rented the I It is more than likely that there Isn't'a home ,in this town or the

iI I Sunday ___.-__ 92 71 and Henry Singletary, motored toI I I I Fox place at Shingle Creek, arrived cottage at No. ,10 Beaumont avenue. surrounding' country'' which does not stand In need of aome' .articleor ..

i Monday, ,?....., 88 71 DeLand Wednesday, to visit Stetson here last Friday,to take po aes- J. ,W. Miller went up to Daytona articles of furniture. roWe

i Tuesday .....'. 85 66 UniVersity. !I Beach last week, where his daughter. dram It aafe to assume that in a:large' majority of cases.

t Wednesday; ._. 84 6.9. Mr.1' and Mrs. G. A. Briggs are expecting I'eron.Mies, Lillian Harris, of Spartan- Mrs. Sam Jones and children, of Wat the owner' contemplate the purchase' of auch furniture at i

a COO ooooooooo.OOOO..oNyal's their relatives, Mr. and _Mrs. burg, S. C., arrived in the city yestei ertown, Fla., have been in quarantine various future date, some, no doubt in the immediate future.

J, A. Allen to nrrlve soon for an all day"afternoon to spend some time with' scarlet fever for the past To all such we wish to say that we arealways prepared to meet

Antiseptic for pray or gar-: winter 'visit. Mrs. Allen ,is. ,Mri, ,visiting the family. of her, brother. month.. Mrs. Jones went! over to,the jour requirements, and will be pleased to show you through our .""
'
glee 25c: at Central Drug Store. Briggs sioter. "j .W. B. Harris., -Y beach for an outing, and, with her stork at any time always guaranteeing/ latest styles and design'

Mr and Mrs; Wood Tyner motored Wayne' Ward son of C. W. Ward I Dan O'Berry" tfcpness messenger children 'was )living in a cottage, when and' entire satisfaction. with every purch.ae.I' .- .

to Orlando Monday for a few hour and a frequent visitor'to Kissimmee' on the Sugar Belt Ry., left Monday scarlet fever developed and they were C. H. GRANTHAM f:;

o Lyles Story made a trip to Winter has volunteered in 'the air piano service for Haines 'City' to relieve the messenger quarantined. Mr. Miller received thjrlad < .. .
w t Haven this week, returning home and is stationed ,at ..McCool' on>the branch line which rune news Wednesday that they had "Tit* Satisfactory Slor*". '
Wednesday. r.leld., near Dayton qhio. from that place to Moore Haven. been released and had returned home

Otto Kaeser,. of Pine Castle, was Mr. and ,Mrs. Roy A. Wells and Mr. and'M re. J. W. Wilder, and Miss *
among the business visitors. to the wee daughter Miss Dorothy and Mrs. Ethel Wilder accompanied" by Miand" :: NO PUBLIC GATHERINGS

city Tuesday.For Wells' mother Mrs. John T. King,:'. /"Mr A... W. Bailey and Miss FOR THE NEXT ,TEN DAYS

Rent-Two furnished flat. were among the Orlanilo'visitors in 'Frances Bailey,' motored to' Orlando CONSERVATIONAssembles .
with modern conveniences. W. B. Kissimmee Wednesday., Saturday night.A. Conforming:: with the action' of-oth:.. .

Harris, Gazette, office. .38..t.f. Lieutanant Hall, of Don Field who L. Wright of Taft, C. E. Carlsoi' er cities throughout Florida in theii the most good thingsfor: the benefit of the greatest number
was recently injured here when hit of St. Cloud Murnice ''of f fight against Spanish Influenza KU the selfish. '
Mayor and Mrs. Cadet spent several Tindall( simmee oF people and pinches none but
has closed its churches
schools
plane crashed to the ground, has sufficiently -.
days in Jacksonville this week, recovered to leave the hospital Lake Barton, and C. S. Aeree, of the picture shows and all public indoor ." In conforming with Government orders we have adopted the following; '
those who attended
returning home Tuesday. and will soon be entirely well Point the were meeting among of the,board of ; gatherings fir t' o spice of ten Schedule of Deliveries: Every'day except Saturday; 10 a. m., and
county .
For Sale-A few good laying white ; days.' 4:30 Saturdays lOa and 8 No Special Deliveries. "
: m.
b S. B. Aultman,'accompanied by his commissioners on Monday. p. m. p.
leghorn hens. Also some large stew- The disease has not as yet developed .

ing chickens. A. E. Thomas. 43-lt-p: the friend Robert, Mr. Valentlne.who'represents T. Cochrane Commission! Vail Dr.returned W. B. Witherspoon home lest and W.from 1., any serious cases In this ti Iy.: buta Good, Creamery Butter._. ,55 Cala. Asparagus, ....._ ..20
Mr. and Mrs.. E. Katz the night number .f In d ''
D. cases t nil 'rll.
spent
company of New York City made a Weirsdale, where they attended the Pure Cane Syrup ,__.__ ..10M.nced Atlantic Matches __.: :.05 $
early part of the week in Jacksor huve develtped in tha pan few dtys .
) ville, where Mr. Katz went on a bus!- motor trip to Fort Myers. this week meetings of the State Presbytery. and the authorities deemed these pro : Clams., ......__ .15 Dromedary Cocoanut, __.. .10. "

ness mission. Best grove property for the 'moneyin Dr. Witherspoon reports a good attendance cautionary measures necessary, to Cove, Oysters; ___-'_.... .15 Tall Milk. ___T_ =12tyCorn

Miss Mettle Bandy made a bus!: Kissimmee; l let us show or write and a splendid meeting. prevent the disease from becoming. Yellow Meal "_h__ 7Vi Baby Milk. __ ..:....._. '.!)SCorn
you about it, a reel snap. We have Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Moseley returned ..
ness trip to Tampa last Thursday, to .. epidemic. Horse Radish Mustard ._ ..10 "
the bargains. Nelson Realty Co. home from Flour AW___._.. 7l/a ,.
last night Scooba Miss\
Tuesday Superintendent C\ E. Yow.
be present at the milinery opening of White Flour _____ 7 / Peroxide Hydrogen ._._ .10 ,
" the hat shops there Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Bratton received where they spent the summer with ell, the county school board and Proto ., Rye _
.. : : the sad intelligence that their relatives. Mr. Moselcy states that Evans discussed the situation and an No. 3 Lye Hominy .____ .10 Heinz's Sweet Pickles _. .20

.D.Improved property in Washington, daughter-ln-Iaw, Mrs. W. C. Bratton they had a most -delightful visit and ,order was Issued for the closing of Dairy Maid Hominy ____ .10 Kipperd Herring, __.._ .30.
C. for Kl&aimmee
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Nelson
\ good home. was dead' at her home in Hopewell hove been living on the fat of the Kissimmee public schools for a perod .

Realty Company Va. Mrs. Bratton's death was caused of ten days, or until October 21., 3 POUND CAN CRACKERBOY COFFEE, 75c
Mrs. H. II.\ Croaker has returned' by pneumonia- following Spanish In- land.Rev.. and Mrs. Walter S. 'Smith, of On the advice of Dr. Chunn, of St. "

:.' from Chattanooga, Tenn., where oho fluenza. ,. Indinnopolis, Ind., who spent three Cloud, the schools 'of that city and of I Taylor's Cash GroceryPHONE '
: , had, been called early in September, For Influenza call returnedlast
preVentatives, months here last winter, the near by rural districts are also
'." by the illness and. death of her on us. Mayal's Antiseptic Compound I week and intend to reside here discontinued for that length of lime. .. 250
daughter-in-law. for spray or gargle. Nothing better. permanently. They are stopping with The city..council met 'in special session .

,Y Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Burckhalter anti Central Drug, tore. I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dale for the Tuesday afternoon and have or.

T. A. Carroll, of Jacksonville, 'motored Mr. and Mrs. O. P. McCabe, arrived 5 resent. dered the churches lodges picture

,,"' to Orlando Tuesday. They; Wednesday from Cleveland, Ohio to Miss Clara. Ledbettcr, formerly a shows and all \indoor gatherings ad-
!I Y were accompanied by Mrs. T. M. spend the winter at their pretty bungalow eachtr in. the Kigsimmee public J ourned for \en days or until Friday,

t f Rivers and Mrs. L. R. Farmer. in Kissimmee Park. They were ichools, but who has recently been October 18. The order was issued by .

l\\ Mrs Milton Pledger! returned Mon- accompanied. by the former's brother,, teaching at Copper Hill, Tenn., took Chairman Lawson of the city: council,

day evening from Marianna where J. B. McCabe of Chicago who will advantage of the temporary suspension in the absence of Mayor 'Cadel. who- Will Sell Shoes .
she was called by the serious illnessof also be a winter visitor here this sea- of her school to. visit relatives was ,out of"the city. ,
her father. Mr. Padgett is greatly on. here this week. It is stated authoritively that no
" improved in health and is out of: Bonds then serious cases of Influenza have developed -
Buy Liberty a good Come to Florida end save coal
_, danger. Florida home for winter pleasures. bills, enjoy fruits and flowers in mid- here and the closing measureisto

, .':; Harold Herzberg, who has been We have two fine Lnke Front places winter. Free bo9k I et. Nelson Realty .afford a better' opportunity of Only For Cash ,
Mending the University of Florida for sale.] Nelson Realty Co. Com'pany. tamping out the disease'

at Gainesville and who has just re- The Rev. and Mrs., L. H.Kirkby arexpe"cted J. II. Smith, ,who left this county
r'covered from attack from Influenza CLARENCE ALDERMAN DIED
an to return from New York some ,months ago; to work in a shipbuilding
fi came home Monday fro, .a while where they have been spending ,the in Jacksonville .' AT CAMP JACKSON. FRIDAY
1 > plant returned the
after
'" ' *"" 1//: '''" ; :: This to notify (rends and customers that datep
to ,' , i,.",' le my
recuperate i 'f.i"v, ;
;
,
( ,, ummer-withinthe I next fewdays.lllnesIhasjprevented' weeks
t 'I i <, ,Ii ; ;: ;-, ; : Tuesday for a two va- Mrs."teWilton
;,' Mrs. W II. Arnold'Teturnedihomefrom A t Alderman' received shoes will be charged to one under circumstances. iy
lib their returnarlier1pMr.IKJrkbyTwillresumelthe ation.,,,o Mr.SmiUi._ .says;tJ rte"! had any any iys..
Gainesville] Tuesday'wJiereJsVu | ] ; Spanish?Influenza?while!in f'Jacksonille telegram4Friday"''Lieut."'night'lastfromer ; : .
husband, DeWilton 'Alder.maneonveylng' oVl *yWHi i w' ** w ffrsaixfVKni i (T
iF
was called by the illness of'her son; pastorate of St. .,John's Episcopal and got off quite lightly. The government has' fixed'' the price of'oHOES for all graderand
who has been ill at the University : the sad, intelligence
Williams; Church. C'ol. Geo. W. Fox received a telegram that his brother Clarence, who was the profit will now be too small to permit selling them on charge
of Florida where; he is a pu- H. C. Piano the genial manager of from New York yesterday In training at Camp Jackson, Columbia -
pil. Mr. Arnold contracted pneumonia the Citrus Packing house which WaIter accounts.
Exchange morning read: "Your son S. C. 'dead.
was
N, but is recovering rapidly. In company with Mr. DeBussy the is very ill, best for you to come at The deceased was the second son of I '
1, Paul Blackwell arrived ,home from county demonstration agent: of Orange once. Dbctor says Bright' disease R. H.: Alderman, formerly .of Bassen-- 'Our Stock however will be kept fully up to the usual standard

Gainesville' Monday for a few dayi county, L. A. Hakes, the Sub- and heart failure." Mr. Fox left on gee, who was also with him at theme and we will continue to handle a lull line of the best quality Shoes
i visit 'with his parents. Mr. Black- Exchange 'manager of Orlando and the 1 o'clock train. Walter Fox visited "
of his death. He well and
was continued
t: well is enrolled in tho Electrical -En): ? County Agent Javens of Osceola his parents here a few months ago, favorably known in Kissimmee where'he for Men Women and l Children, and solicit your patronage.-

:; gineer's Course at the University of county, motored through the section when he appeared to be enjoyingthe was a frequent visitor.

% Florida, and will return to his studies of country taking in Orange Center, ,best of health. He moved with his father to Okee- '
;: at the conclusion of his visit. jn'ke Wilson and Loughman, Tuesday -
Red CtfjsB, Vaporizing Salve for chobee City some time ago and atthe
f r' T. A. Carroll of Jacksonville, the inspecting'the Exchange groves Croup, Colds, Catrrrh, etc. It penetrates primary last June was nominateded H. STANFORD CO.

Np credit man for the Coe-Mortimer They reported very favorable conditions as no other. For sate by Central for tax collector. lie entrainedless
Fertilizer Co, was in town Sunday and promises of a larger crop of Drug Store. than a month ago rather than
and of thin the *. better fruit than was gathered'last
Monday week
gnus "J. W. Angel o'f Tampa, who has ask for deferred classification.
'.of T..7.-Burrknalterthe; 1 h cal representative season. The to Okeechobee
If r been spending a couple of days in body was shipped -
of tile company. Mr. Carroll Red Cross Mentholium, an external Daytona> with Mrs. Angel guest at and he was buried at that place
: has" been a frequent visitor to thisr application for colds and all inflama- the Magnolia, I left Monday afternoonfor last' Tuesday with military honors .
R city since the first house was erected tion of skin and tissues. It's fine. Kissimmee. Mr. Angel has been the Okeechobee Home Guards partic-

i and. has many old time friends here Guaranteed by Central Drug Store. engaged in road building at the Arcadia Ipa In.g. We Show Properties :'

t:;{: Edgar Olliver one of Kissimmee's Dr. E. M. Dowling State Veterinarian aviation fields for some time. ,

\, pioneer citizens and business men, at Orlando, was in Kissimmee lie is no stranger in Daytona as hessisted. DEATH OF CLYDE BASS. that excellently improved -
are
whose home is ,now in Atlanta, was Wednesday in connection with his on the construction of the -
''s in town Tuesday on a business mis- 'work In hog cholera control in the Dixie> highway at this point. Mrs. Clyde Bass, youngest son of Rut) and attractive in loca.

sion. Mr. Ollievr tells amusing stories Shingle Creek section. He was accompanied Angel will join him at Kissimmee Bass, one of the best known cattlemen tion.: Ideal homes for those

t'. of early' life here which he says by Dr. D. McMasters, who iter.-n-Daytonav Journal. in this section died Friday after who are thinking of purchasing
contrasts sharply with its present an illness extending over a period of
will represent the United States Bureau Miss Anne Bryan Carson who has a house of their i
growth and prosperity. His many old of Animal Industry cooperatIng more than a year. For some time the '
I
held a responsible position with theY. and good investments ,
own,
1 time friends are always glad of his' with the State Live Stock Sani- deceased was in a hospital in Orlando ,
W. C. A. work home Saturday
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war was
occasional trips here.* tory "Board. He will be stationed at then he was brought to his father'lIfarm even if they be thinking of
I and for Visit
Sunday grief
a
We
f:. Orlando and will be in charge of tuberculin -' on East Lake where he was I---3u,' 'profitable speculation.
Flor-
Kansas lands to for
a exchange with' her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. A. the Real Estate
in -
cattle thru- given every care and attention. I- t"t are experts
tests for dairy
h
; Ida. property. If you.can't sell ex- Carson. Miss Carson is the director business and understand
which"will Funeral services were held over --T'I
1i I change. Nelson Realty Company. out> this district include of' the Woman' Division of the United atternoon'at yalues and local conditions
the remains Sunday
Fruit and poultry farm in Illinois, about[ eight counties.: ; War Wark campaign in the %' thoroughly. See us a
Rose Hill cemetery when Rev. W. H.
for winter home in Flor- Several good income properties in Southeastern with headquarters I
: to exchange Department, Coleman pastor 'of die Christian for the best bargains. t
.
1 Nelson Canaaa :Mo.\ to exchange for
ida. Realty Company. City in Atlanta.; She directs the
Church of Kissimmee was in charge.
t property in Florida. If want to details of in the COMPANY
you organization seven BREAKER REALTY
... C. W. Griffin Claud Harper, Law- This service was largely attended by
get rid of Florida property speak up. states which comprise her district.
"jence: Tress, Howard Anderson, Rodney relatives and friends of the family KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA
We suit Nelson Realty Co.
Snyder M. Tiller Mr. Cromartie, can you. Cattle farms for sale on easy who came to pay this last tribute to

.Emrriett Brown Earl, Lupfer, -E. D. C. W. Ward, a prominent capitalist terms, Liberty Bonds! taken at par. the dead and show their sympathy to - ---- ---,--- - - --- .- - --- --
Katz Charlie Regero Mac Over- who has been associated, with the Write us what size ranch you want. he bereaved.

street, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Clifford, growth of Kissimmee for the past Nelson Realty Company. .1 The deceased is survived by his

Mrs. McCranle:\ and daughter Miss wenty-five years'and who makes his J. E. Lupfer and G. C. Livingston widow, who is a daughter of Mr and OSCEOLA HOTELWill THEOverland

;, ''Maggie Mae, Mrs. F. C. Bryan Miss winter residence here arrived this have offered their services to the government Irs. R. C. Par-tin and one child.

Cleo Wooldridge, Mrs: E. E. Wells, week from New York, and is again and have sent in their applications Other near relatives were his father, open for the Fall and Winter Garageis

Misses 'Katherine -Tiller Lois' Over- domiciled in his old quarters in thiraytsone for commissions in the Rull Bass his mother, now Mrs. Clarence Season Sept. 12th. now under new management. ti
street, Alpha Westfall Elizabeth Hotel. Mr. Ward has notlaen motor transportation department.The Hatch; four sisters Mrs. Emmett -
Ledbetter, Adah Louise Simpson, Ir- enjoying his usual health thispest government is urgently in needof Roliff, Mrs. Miriam Quinna, Families contemplating Kissimmee spendingthe will'find All work on all ;male* of cars and'inarine' '
in
ine Franklin, and Messrs. Harry Ar- summer, but he> believe, his re- f men in this line of duty and is .Irs. Fred Lorenz and; Hazel Bass, winter accommodations' plcasand work. don( pr mptly*.Frank

nold Charlie McGhee J. C. Ledbet urn to the land of sunshino and flowErs asking men in deferred classes to apply and one brother.-Ordia Bass, all, resi- our home-like. and' J. Jones is in charge of the repair

ter, Jr., were among the, Kissimmee will have a beneficial effect. Proo- for commissions. They will be dents of KUsimmee. lIe was bornon department.t
people motoring to, Orlando (riday bIt no man in Kissimmee has wider required to undergo examinations, > December 15, 1893, and would RATES ,REASONABLE! s

afternoon to witness the,/ ,,local's'vlc.toryfn -' circle of warm friends and well and if accepted; will be sent to'a have ;reached his majority had he MRS. W. H. ARNOLD 1 P. H. TYNER :Mgr. ;

, :. the first football game,of. the i ii wishers than Mr. Ward, and it is with training school for further instruc- lived until his, next birthday. His. PROPRIfRSSs ,
i .eason... T pleasure they will learn of his return. tion. \ home near Whittier, -- .
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The Government, through the Director of ,
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Railroads, urges'early ordering ,h'. better for .
you, for the railroads, for us-a wine move. i :t

i; ':here a little reason for citrus growers- I ("'1 ,-' ,

wait order' out {fall and spring applications' rye t 1
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now Vegetable, grower,, face'difficulties, but : :.
surely you will plant 8om thin Get n ROOd I ".W

general vegetable formula it's always uaeftil

enough for nt least a fair ncreape., But order it :'i .
out npuAimour'a Fertilizers can be stored., i!;: t R s r
: indefinitely without harm.
,
". ',', "And"Ret standardized fertiliaeraof proved, How a Successful; I rower -

; crop-making nHlity. Our agents ond representatives li .. i "
,] are veil posted and will gladly go into i '

detail with, you.v Drop us a card today : Built Up His Grove y

'.Armour,Ferifser'i'.y France must Import sugar today, troops destroyed French sugar mill

,jJ' Ha Enrich teen; Maturity lie Soil; --.Jmprov I ncreatf. tht the.Qualify;. most of It from this aide of the' ocean, Thanks to the French rationing '.)'. This customer bas a ]particularly:' fine citrus

; because the ,largest portion of French tem the annual Consumption has' been
Prom small he has
grove a beginning years ago;
Armour Fertilizer Works sugar beet land Is In German hand cut to 600.000 ton., according to reports -
JacksonvilleFlorida As a result. ] the French people, have reselling the United SlaH a."Food i gradually built up and added to his holdings until
'
been placed ort a sugar ration of about Administration Before the war France "wda 'he his one.of the best paying properties in

'." 18 pounds a year for, domestic .use! had an average sugar crop of about ,
mssasssssmFertilizers W his section.
a pound and a half a month. This 750,000 tons 'of,susar and had some

i photograph rhows bow tie German leftover for export His trees, ; bear heavily, 'and the fruit ia well "
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,-" '- colored, deliciously: flavored and juicy. Naturally l

i he gets good, prices! for, it and his account at the
JAVENS GIVES SOME POINTERS
bank is a substantial and, growing one.. This

- -_.-" ON STRAWBERRY CULTURE] grower attributes his success chiefly to the liberal

use of *
--' '"'"- .
For Indirection Biliousness, Constipation or During the remainder of the fall* best fertilizer: fior strawberries bo- I . FF

months strawberries be set cause it furnishes both plant food and.
may
Just try one SO-cent bottle of LAX-VOS .
WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive whenever the soil and weather condi- humus. It does not contain sufficient ''Bradley's Bone t "

t tIACKSOIfYli1.lA Laxative pleasant to take. Made and phosphoric acid and potash, therefore > . ,,
tions are favorable. Select only the "
recommended to the public by Paris Modi must be applied. A commercial fer; *: '
OLDEST cine Co.,manufacturers of Laxative Bromo strong and healthy young plants tilizer containing 6 to 8 per cent potash ". Fertilizer ,

I sburHE N C.sTA811SlfflJ Quinine and Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic. from the old beds. Old plants that will be satisfactory. But it mustbe < : ,

seED )have: produced fruit do not give good remembered that heavy applications i
i IN dOUSE More corn, by millions of bushels, results and should: not be used. of fertilizers are profitable only This rich citrus fertilizer! furnishes: the element :
PLORDAx. and more cotton, by thousands of The distance to set plants.-depends when used on soils in good physical needed for healthful growth\ and heavy .::....

; YlN.r.,roeur.Mrtr e.... bales, are being taken from Florida upon the method of culture-.-if they conditions and well supplied with (
frH farms than ever before in the history are to grow in hills-set 12 to 14 humus. yields of high grade fruit. It contain 1 the needed I

of the State. Excellent specimens of inches apart )in rows of three and Keep down the weeds. Clean, shal, plant foods in their best and most available: forms 1,
each: of these staple crops, and records ' one-half feet apart, although they low cultivation should be followed
of production, will be at the and contains: no lillerother than ti small umojiit of i imannesian
be close the Start cultivating
f can set -as as ten inches in throughout season. ,
Florida State Fair as the very best the+!* row. Some act from 15 to 18 soon after the plants are set J'xm-ilered I 1 limestone! 4'I 1

and most convincing testimonial of inches. Several methods are followedin and do not allow crust .to form as The increasing; demand for Dradle "'8 Fertilizer ,
the fertility of Florida soil and the setting plants. The most successful this'crust will cause loss of moisture "
enterprise of the cultivators of these seems to. be to open a furrow witha from the soil from below the surface. is the best proof that its +use: insures good profits ?1

d and other crops that Florida is producing one-horse turn plow,then set plants Oat straw, pine straw or marsh hay', and, fruit of high -quality. '
V' In greater volume and of the' land side the best materials for mulching1. .
against and loose
pull are
1. .. I
r tft that it asQ! helps to make !
greater excellence each yearsMoney dirt to thtm. Roots of plants shouldbe The mulch should be two or three (I

Means Munitions spread} ;in fan shape. It the soil inches thick. soluble foods: ;.l.-cacy, :In the :
Buy Lib-
"cY erty Bonds. is dry a small quantity 'of water When picking berries they shouldbe per-cent-efiicient fertilizer
4 should be poured around each plant at graded and sorted carefully as this t tTou

Can Now /iKat and:, Sleep In Comfort time of setting, after water sinks into is essential! in order to obtain high -
ground pull up a little dry soil to prices. They should be picked with .
I troubled with
( indigestion or prevent| baking. n short piece of stem attached and will find facts ..(' ;
sleeplessness should read what our new lllimtrad lorida'I
t r t J you It must be remembered, and the never ,should be slipped from the '"' , lur." \ "rll.,fur a free
Miss Agness Turner, Chicago, 111., ;
greatest care exercised to set 'plantsso stem aa that spoils their appearanceand ..
has to ; ""Overwork, irregular .
say;;
r csAlAGAZIKC that the crown is just above the Injures their keeping qualities. "
meals'and
carelessness regarding the
'i surface of the soil. Before setting Several varieties of strawberries
,t ordinary rules of health, gradually
SBMM plants prune back roots one-third ore grown in Florida, among the beet ,. Bradley
undermined it until last fall I be-
360 ARTICtI5"3SoTiIlJSTIlATION5BETTER( their length and also remove .most of for commercial purposes; are the LTh.AjD.rkn Agricultural
came a wreck of former self I ,
suffered from continual my headache, the top. Not more than two or threeof Klondike, ,Lady' Thompson, Mission, '' r G:aralkr, Leril 4 4Florida's
the youngest leaves'should be left.: ary, Excelsior and. Aroma. 920 Heard _
unable food :which
was todigeaf; my \ te.Y"wmrari"r".i! '
Stable is the M. M.'JAVENS AgO'l1t
THAN seemed to lay as a dead weight on or barnyard manure County >, Jacksonville,' r : ,

R4 EVER my stomach. I was very constipated ,

F and my complexion became dark, yellow STATE'S EXPERTS WILL TREAT

15c a copy and muddy as I felt. Sleeplessness /

At Your'Nws4.alr was added to my ,misery, and I HOG CHOLERA FREE OF CHARGE

J YearfySubscrfptlon $1.50 woudd awake p.s tired as when I wentto -..- .
u, SmJ_our nna free catalog sleep.. I heard of Chamberlain's
This is the season of the when industries.
., year
sb imcAan/cof &ocA Tablets and found 'l uch relief after
hog cholera is most prevalent. Hog During the month of the
Popular Mechanics Magazine taking them that I kept the treat- 'July
w N...... MUblcM ",,_.., Chinas. ment for nearly two months.up They raisers should report the first evi- State, Federal and 'practicing veretinarians Duty to the
dence of disease to Dr. W. S. Barnes, vaccinated 9,399 hogs. While
cleansed stomach, invigorated
my
my
Fort Pierce, or to the State Live this is good this number
a report,
e If you have"anything to sell, trade system, and since that time I can eat
i} ; or exchange try our classified column. and sleep in comfort. I am today entirely Stock Sanitary Board in Tallahasseewho should be more than doubled for the
will send State of Federal month Fourth Loan
a representative of 'October. Liberty
; It brings results. well. ,
to take charge of the The service of the State and Federal _
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work. The prompt co-operation of veterinarians is free-the only r
r the farmers is a patriotic duty. It cost to the farmers for having their
t, As Reliable As'Steam !will reduce hog losses 'to a minimum herds treated is for the' serum; or for Florida: sons on the fighting 'front are doing their i duly nobly I -, ':::1

!and will make hog raising ( Florida's left home and will do. share '
to essen serum and virus which may be pur people at can their to win :
tial i in war times) one of our safest chased at a norrninal price
the "
t At One-Half The Cost war.
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" 1 Novo engines operate with either kerosene or gasoline. The Novo SAVE SEED.If The Fourth Liberty Loan must be put over enthusiastically and
N Y. M. C. A. '
. kerosene carbureter is a proven success. It extract every atom of NEEDS MEN you raise any good garden truck quickly, and Florida should lead in doing it

r power from low-cost kerosene. Novo engines cost less to operate than this year, save some seed, and save .'

+ any other engines of similar .- IN SOUTHERN CAMPSWhile the 'best staples. The saved seed Let' all do not only our bit but our beat, and do it without

', power. Light and portable as -, should be well labeled and stored to delay. {

i they are, every part is built Red Triangle Continues to Call save confusion when needed. Cloth

substantially oversize. for Oversea..Workers, 1,000 Are bags are best containers for large '
". Novo engines work with the Wanted for Home Service seed and well sealed envelopes are WILSON & TQOMER() FERTILIZER CO. ;d

,! same reliability ordinarily ex. % Atlanta, Ga., August 26.-Men endowed best for smaller ginds. Every envelope Manufacturers! Ideal fertilizers .
> with the element of leadership or container should show the '

are needed by the Army and Navy kind and varieties of seed, thedate Jacksonville, Fla. .'A
,I Y. M. C. A. to serve in the camps of including month and year when harvested
j.f. : the Southeast I' ana the place where grown.

, ," Dr. W. W. Alexander, general recruiting To save seed for garden and field is .

9 ENGINES : Board secretary of the for Y. the N.' C.War A. War Personnel now a patriotic matter. Seed .is sailor lad ", But, more than all, Ct'. the pledge of" -r

" !;, Work Council declares that there is a scarce the world over. For the brave jack tar, as he fights love. r

, ANEIO' pressing need for home service, and THE MEANING OF YOURSUBSCRIPTION afar. To the lads whom we call "Our own.". .r
that this affords a splendid opportunity far out on the wintry foam. To the boys on land, afloat, on high, -
. to the man .middle ace who Is TO THE [t', the good old "Money from home." It's the good old "Money from home"By
pected from steam power. not able to 'go abroad under the Red I FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN What is the Liberty Loan 1t's Ralph E. McMillin, .,' -

They operate positively and I Triangle I [ rifle and helm and it' bayonet,* \ "r
quietly, and may be driven "The Y. M. C. A. needs men for What is-the Liberty Loan [t'a shovel and shard and shell A Beautiful Woman. .

5 continuously for hoars. overseas service, of course, but the I It's forts And it's ships and it's shin, For the soldier boy in the olive drab, ,'
Eleven sizes, from one to home camps must not be forgotten," ing Do you'know that a beautiful. -, ,
guns.It's the of hell.It' .
Out there edge
r fifteen horsepower. Best for explained: Dr. Alexander. "From now on man has always a good digestion If '
that the .
squadron's lea.it'
sweep the soaring wings of the whirring
on until the first of the the digestion is ,
grove, farm or packingbous. year all the circling band of steels your faulty, eat lightlyof
also Southeast must recruit 1,000 men for planes meats, and take an occasional dose
; pumping, -
sprayIng
That shall keep all the home shores
alone.
r the home camps. This means that That battle on high
of
Chamberlain's
etc.. Write for catalog.L. Tablet to strength:'; '
each state will be called upon to furnish free. > For the lad who ia daring "Over
en digestion. Price
1" 25 men per month per state to It's grub and it's warmth for the there. your 25c.

B. Skinner Mfg. Co., State Agent serve the soldiers In camp such .. [t's the good' old "Money from home." The small hours of the night;'bars, ,
Gordon, Jackson, Wheeler and the No Worm la a Healthy Child "
What la the Uberty Loan? no terror for he who makes good his ;;
B. C. Skinner Manager other The constant growth of the All chUdwrn tnobM wfcfc vcn_ &.*.aa uti
I
borne cantonments and the growing kMJlhr...*.which ladlmtM_poor blood,sad M anKtlMt We'a' eeor and life for o bleeding word. Remember your war savings;*;;

Lee ,AT. .. Dunexlin, Florida demand for the y, M. C. A. work : *TASTELESS U man a.s chill TONIC oclI'*!_diMnrtonca.GROVE'S refutarlrtor world. ,._ pledge. t, : "
A makes It to two er thtM wwkswlll enrich tit* Mood. |..
necessary recruit T"workers
Bt t. Aa-rata fee Avery Tractor W, the glimmer of at'dawn..
inure tin rtHntlna.i>it art as a r-M imtKiralasTealMtiMwkotasrMMB. > peace Help your- government and your*,.'
Mak.r'i.f atlMraetfonGaarttat..d' hUk.r of for this side.
8t.ph.ns lUvelvlaw
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PaeklBs; .Nous.pfachlaery." ,OV.rb.od Irrigation.Outfit. throw.aoc,41>i>*IU>.w n>-,and NttMwUltlM UM Child will b*. [It's the strength of a mighty Arm to self at the same time-bay,War Bay%

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THE K1SSIMMEE'VALLEY: GAZETTE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11,, If 183&A. 0' _ _

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I LESS THAN HALF OF OUR '

W. S.:-S. QUOTA PLEDGED NEWSPAPER BUSINESS MUST .:'

According 'to Information available

less than half of the quota of 260.
I 000.00 allotted 'V Osceola county has BE PUT ON A WAR BASIS '

I. SKJZS '& 1 been purchased pledged.. The year :-

Is now in its last quarter, therefore, -"'--
what be done In the
. can way'of purchasing By John W. Baker, of Ithaca, (N. Y.) The rank OB the smaller newspaper
War Savings Stamps must Journal. being It is with :
are depleted. difficulty -
+ t. be done during the, months of October
' u
I In ,every activity connected with ,the mechanical organizations are
\ November and December. Just the war: program the newspaper kept together at all. A state of general .,
for the time being, gracefully
, we have "put it over." I need not take unrest prevails everywhere
yield to the Fourth Loan
Liberty
11 I : time to elaborate. You know the The print-paper situation is critical
campaign Immediately'after its
great service that has been renderedin -more critical than publishers comprehend ,
termination, the allied War Works
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crystalling: public sentiment from or will admit.
financial drive will be
very likely the very beginning of out'entrance Yet in the face of these conditionsno
launched: There"doe not seem to '
a be
Into the conflict; in the Liberty Loan, serious effect, has ben made by
much opportunity for the W. S.: S.' r
I i r- Red Cross, Y. M. C. A., K, C., and i newspapers to check the tide that j'
y
7M during the next several weeks, however "
f '
every other campaign. promises ultimately to engulf the
faith in of ? "
have the
we ability
That service has been a patriotic business. There has been no real
the little green stamp to march right service, without cost or without price conservation. Editions appear with

: along with the possession, and ,when I so far: as, the government directly is almost; old-time frequency. Waste Is
I I cr the time comes to over the, top
Q go
concerned. Publicity' is a'vital necessity still rampant in padded papers to '
it will do it much
again with just 4* "
in carrying on the war., It is so create the impression of "bigness.
!nthusiasm! as its larger brother) the b
conceded. Yet the government makes Marly reports ohow an. actual gain in
Fourth Liberty Bond. All of these no appropriation for its exploitation. volume of business in both advertng !*-
/ Issues are members of the same family : circulation.This .
Tomeasure in dollars the value of and
/rcg'4) and are intended to do the same the advertising and publ'clty given is dangerous business. It is re:

"" work and that is to produce money the government by the newsppers against public policy and sooner or 'J

,, for the support of the governments during the past year would be lmpos later will react This, Is no no time
I war work, hence it is just as Important Bible: 'It would run into the millions. ,expansion. Rather it is a time 'it'itfor
A''f to remember the W. S. S. whichare
I. And while it is recognized that i( is for contraction-for true conesrva--
in Reality baby bonds, as we goalong' tion It is. to
unjust discrimination against an important of our, resources. folly '
and those who,cannot ,buy larger industry and'placing upon it think that the newspaper business nan t

'government securities' should at a heavy burden, the newspapers have <, 'go on as usual when! every' other :
: least purchase one or more War Saw accepted the situation in a patriotic business and industry!except, those ,1

ings Stamps, and repeat it as often spirit and have given to the govern- directly tied 'up in war production has .f

4 It stirs American heart as possible. ment the only'commodity they'' haveto been curtailed or entirely: eliminated.,
every Our.summary of tho results of the sell. It cannot be done. J
June and drives is not at
September : The business Is being
When
.. the government buys steel newspaper "
,; Who was not thrilled to read of We. have the opportunity at home all complete and it appears: to have or lumber, cotton or wool, it pays for consumed by the ravages of-Its, ,own J
the American soldier who been almost an impossibility to ob- 'he in Its wastefulness. big papers are .
supported to show our patriotism by other'a tain full data as to the full number same money 'or equivalent.That r..f

r wounded comrade, and, fought his deeds of valor. We can fight and we of stamps-- - already owned, a great la riirht. The-p- -government- should "hogging" the mnrket-both labor ,"!.t-
material-which if '
and continued
for what it"buys. But why dis- ,
with the little'detachment back MUST And WIN pay "
fight. must
way we many purchasers apparently not un- criminate against the ? means the practical extermination of

} through the Boches to the American no ,matter how heavy our burdens derstanding the importance of furnishing Advertising is as much a newspaper commodity the, smaller papers. Regulation la

lines? may be. this information. However, cs the things enumerated, and just as necessary. Whether this shall be
just as long as the stamps are purchased the publish'
essential in its way, as other com voluntary regulation by
, That is only ,one deed of heroism Oar former habits are the Huns and the' results aimed at are modities. No local reason has thus era themselves, worked out on equitable +%y

among the many happening everyday we've !got to battle with., 'We can't 1 being attained, we are very' glad, although 'ar been advanced for this unjust lines, whether it shall be.government

k- and looked on as a matter of course go on living as we used to. We can't we would liko very much to treatment of the newspapers. No regulation, remains' to b.-

-by the boys fighting for us over there. go on spending our money for things be able to secure a correct tabulationif logical reason can be advanced. It is seen. But regulation of some sort

It shows ,the stuff that's in them. we like. We must set up new stand possible. practically confiscation without 1"0- must come if any considerable percentage .

I They are our own sons and brothers. ards-war standards-and stick to dress. of the smaller papers are to '

Is the stuff in here? CARELESSNESS RESULTS IN But newspapers put patriotism : survive.
same us over them-loyally.
: These times. ,
FAILURE. above the, dollar. With 'very few exceptions are wnr Newspapers
'' From 'there they have given vigorousand must put their business on, a war '
now on can be only one standard for those ; ;
That is' why say "Feed B. A. the basis.
loyal to government,
\ of us' who fight behind- the lines- by saving and lending' Thomas' Hog Powder according to our allied support and the war. And, again

directions." DO NOT FEED IT noting the exceptions, they .have con- PHYSICIANS VIOLATING ,LAWS

We must buy bonds to our utmost SLOPPY, but mix it with ground I'' stantly walloped the kaiser, German - '
A report comes from North Carob
feed and moisten with just enough kulter and Prussianlsm whenever the

1 OOCCKXXXXX> This Space is Contributed to Winning the War by oooooooooo, water to make a crumbly mass. Ther I opportunity presented itself. They lina ,that fifteen physicians'were'
in that' state during the
each hog gets a beneficial dose. See prosecuted
will continue to do so,until the war Is
' C. E. YOWELL H C.STANFORD N. C. BRYANAmerica's full direction on package. Your won. And woe to the( newspapers month of August for failure tocom: .
with the State Board of
back if are not satisfied. ply Health
money you whose loyalty Is under suspicion. Any
-- -- Co Laws, :relative to Reporting! birth, '
Waters & Carson Grocery such should be promptly'luppressed.. '

I! =1 <> <> 0 <> Q (0) <> : >n [j ]
THE PEACE, OUR SOLDIERS r them the ,,people-public opinion Vital Statistics' law and fourteen,failed -
time traitors
will. This is no for .,
WANT-THE PEACE OUR to report communicable diseases!
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demagogues, or pacifists. -- }a
WAR MOTHERS.. WANT Press Facing a Crisis. as required. "
I -
Coming of Age "*. But- there is another side, to the The North Carolina report goes on'
The Stars and. Stripes, the officialnewspapee subject that directly, 'concerns all to CUT- that the Anes imposed bY. tha>,.

published by"'the soldiersof newspaper men. The'newspaper local magistrate:,. range 11-the way? <:
the American Expeditionary For- from a penny and'COBb to $20.0'.*
business faces, a crisis. Economic
'
BY DR. FRANK CRANE : ces in France, says editorially about conditions: brought'''about by the war While cases were brought against
: H fifteen individual.physicians in several :'
( : : the enemy peace offensive: make it more and more difficult to ,
iIi. America is coming of age. ,k ; 'jTtie . "Let the weak hearted who are publish newspapers of all classes. cases there was more than "on* '
? '
nations hundred years of democracy j!havoibeen( but the M dreaming of a compromise; let the I These difficulties will be greatly intensified case against ,the same physician, so
.. ,, ,
in all
that twenty-two prosecution
preparation for its manhood. L.J: pacifist who are talkinga7pesceby' as the ,war, goes on, and
made tor the month. The'cod.
were
agreement; let the sideliners who there can be no other result than sus- '
It is a cheap jibe to say that America was unprepared fort have had enough of war; let the secretly pension and elimination of many. of bringing the cases into court was- }

this war. It has had mightiest, preparatloh in the history of [J inclined pro-Germans who I Disintegration has already commenced. S320.00; fines imposed amounted:
# think this war should end without a $82.60; also the names and addresses)
926
According to recent figures
For Destiny has been in this
nations. over a century preparing decision-let them one end all know in the United States and were published. l'">,

New World a spirit of triumphant Democracy. Such -a spirit once and for all that for the.American Canada newspapers suspended publication and This! speaks well for the North:

cannot be'made. It must be grown, inbred. : Expeditionary Force there is no 250 others were amalgamated by Carolina Board of Health and they/1
to be congratulated in having the
such word as 'Peace, with the Huns consolidation during 1917. The suspensions are ;;:
', On this Western Continent Destiny has been training the unbeaten. The man who talks of and amalgamations will 1)e violators of tho State health tavK" ';

? young Galahad for the rescue of the world. I peace today, except through victory, continued until, except In rare instances brought to terms and made to realij::'
that the State Board of Health me' :
Nature has antidote for poison. Is a traitor. communities and perhaps whole
I; an every business.
offensive is likened
The enemy peace counties, may be served by a' single
to the action of German machine. The State Board of Health of FlomIda '.

American, pemocracy Is the Antidote For gun crews in the Vesle fighting,when newspaper Political rivalry has heretofore, knows that there are quite a unm' :
: bar of physicians in this state 'who]
they fought and killed Americans until made possible' the publication of two
'
surrounded then shout- are not complying' with the Florida
,
they were
in some com-
or more newspepers
German Autocracy ed "Kamerad." munities where one good newspaper State laws relative, to reporting ]
births and deaths, and making ,roorIbidity -
The mothers of the American sol- would much better serve the consti
% ; same purposeto liberate the common man. the world. He has been sharpening cur i inventive iers in France want the same peace tuency. By the shifting tide of political reports to the Vital Statistics I

, Every one of our ware have been for the skill and our business ability. Our train- their sons demand. All the courageof patronage, papers have man- (department. The Florida State ,Board]

The Revolution of 1776 was 'to get the ing has been intensive. the ancient Spartan mother is in aged to exist, but the business, as a of Health is contemplating mltitut.1ing

privileged class of England off the backs of Now God says, "America ,yon bare come the hearts of the women of America.The business,has been demoralized. 'Under just such measures as have been

\ :, the American Colonists who were redeeming of afe. ,All I have done for yon is to prepare object of the Fourth Liberty present conditions, however, duplica- adopted in North Carolina.notices Appeal bay
have been made and
this wilderness yon for the present conflict Go forth and Loan Is to bring that peace-a just tions cannot be continued. Hence the

t; . The war of 1812 was to rescue the American make the world a decent place to live in. peace, a righteous peace, ,an Ameri- the process of elimination will be applied been the given state to to the report physicians births throughout dent -|

seamen from oppression. At this time every ton of America is called can peace. and will be a case of "the sur- and all communicable diseases. 1

?d The Mexican War was to liberate the upon to do bis utmost. The slacker is a vival of the fittest. The newspaper When the physicians qualify to
settler of Texas from the whimsy cruelty of 1. GRIPPE whose chief ambition is to serve a -
traitor.We FOR COLDS AND political. purpose will be the first practice in this state as present
a' Mexico. are sending men across the ocean by law, they are certainly expectto
The Spanish War was to save the people men who are physicially. and mentally the i FOLLOW DOCTORS" ADVICE to go. The partisanpress is coming is slipping.The -in obey the laws of the state, and eJ

ti' ' of Cuba from the tyranny\ of the Spanish Gov- pick of the world an incomparable army. independent press is here. This, must pecially the State health laws. A
ernment., _. But the men at, home must back them up. druggist and fact I might say the physicians going to force tb
Ask any physician or the clientele of the newspaper -
be for
Every time our army and navy have gone It !is as much our solemn duty to .put our he will tell you that the first step in so of the morrow will be made up of State Board of Health to prosecute]

'' forth it has been to, clean up some filthy aumoney in the Fourth Liberty Loan as it is the the treatment of a cold, coUgh, influenza all political parties and beliefs. Readers In view of the fact that Spans*
apt tocracy. duty of f the soldier to stand firm at his post in or grippe should invariably be will look to the newspaper for, the Influenza Is occuring in some of 1

a' But all of our wan have been but a prep- battle.; "a brisk calomel purgative" prefer- news of the day rather than for edi- Northern cities and cantonments!
', realThe Fourth Liberty Loan is be the nauseaUss calomel, called .United States ,Public Health Se
aration for our present task. We did not to our ably torial opinion. Thus the industrywill
ize it No man foresees his distiny, no nation supreme.effort God helping us. we shall not: alotabs. This alone alone is often be put on a business basis.' has requested the Florida Sta'
foresees its mission. Yet the life of every nation be found wanting. Let us subscribe all we" sufficient to break up a severe cold'I I" But during the reconstruction per- Board of Health: to notify their'partment d''d

as of every man, is a plan of,God. can. and a little more. over night, or cut short an attack of iod newspapers must get on a firmer in this of any state.'outbreak: 'The State'of this Boa

': Cod has been piling up riches ,on this America, Civilization, Democracy Humanity grippe' and possibly' prevent pneumo financial bottom. Something must ease of Health requests the physicians

continent until we, are,the wealthiest nation in expect every man to do his ,duty. flea.One Calotab on the tongue at bed be Costs done'are to rising meet rapidly.present Labor conditions.and the State to report any such SpaniInfluenza

time with a swallow of water-thr.t's The print-paper immediately if it should. ,
materials are scarce. '
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Don't Hedge-Buy Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds all. No salts, no nausea nor the situation Is serious. pear. -" ,

slightest interference with your eat-
t Scarcity of Labor and Material .
Your Absolute Limit ing, pleasures or work. Next morn- serious confronting 4' ,
c to 0 ing cold has vanished and your The most problem -
your however Is the 4 To insure pnblltatl-m an'c6.
,
the
newspapers,
1 entire system,is purified and refueshed. -
materials with 4 municatloBS and notices of Base
.r sold only in original scarcity of labor and
c" <> <010 Space Contributed to 'Winning the War by V) < sealed. Calotabs packages are } price thirty-five which to produce a paper. The big 4 Ings must reach this- office befog/';
for "machine" 4 Thursdays
bidding noon
.. are
-- Recommended and guaranteed newspaper
cents.
4 W. E.: SANDERSON ,- J. E. BROWN CITIZENS BAN!K by'druggists ,everywhere. Price re ;"and "hand" men, extraordinary 4 'A,'

t ".; CENTRAL DRUG STOREt '. funded you are_dellfirhted.adv( ) ,inducements to get them
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1111"< : II, ,! THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, 'OCTOBER 11,, 1918 _

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Proceedings !
; WILL YOU HELP '

.. the City Council Keep th.e Hun On the Run\J


X The council met in regular' .session, OUR BOYS ABROAD?

License Notice Tuesday, October 1st at 7:30 p, m.

I Present, V. II. Lawson, president; W,
W. Carson, B. E. Haley, G. M. Tuy- Every Man Woman and Child

:pr, A. S./(teed, Milton, Pledger, city. Can Join to Send News of

, r E attorney: and J. R. Gilbert, clerk;
This Town Into the Front Line
By unanimous consent, council cvdiou.ned L

until 8:30,' reconvening, all Trenches.

: All occupational license taxes '. Members present.! 1 r it itr

: The minutes of the ]last meeting'
MOVESTO v
NATION
Jf 1 read nnd approved of WHOLE ? St '
are due and payable October 1st. acre reports
.... t:'i I affairs examined and 'approved, bills i BANISH' SOLITUDE "

f: ;.approved and ordered paid. as fol-
Information will be filed against : ]lows'') .
.. From
Our Heroes Are Calling l 1h
{ '.: J 8 Cndfl Hal. .an inn 'or-: ___i "80,ftoV Y I i .
; every person required to, pay occupation 'li \ (verslreo, sal l nil marshal, ) pn.00) Over There-Give What You h"' ''t ,))0At
r, K Tlflcin. ,Hal Mx pollen-------- CO,00
,J '. Kuliri.>n, Mill an tu-nsurcr '25.0(. Can to Help Those From ,
I' J |It JHlH-it, Kill an clerk1440.1111 I .
tax who has not done l lt ,:,1 (...win <>'llr>'nii, mil .es vi llj' Ally 26.140:::) Home. I
:i1'/ M Rivers, mil city" physlclan.' 25.0< .
II l,fi"'Hon, sal I tn.,.... council. IfiOi -

t so on October 31st 1918. ,After : 111<1* M\V Taylor lwrso,1ry;: : mem im-m.council council.1501_:=:: 10:(in C\ory'citizen Interentod In the boys :i

: \II\, 13 Malay. meiiii, council,_____ Ifi'in o'ow and : 4it.
of bill homo at the front
A. H ll.,fd, ,member of council_ 16.00 town I r. .
that date the license -will be Hlole Unnk lent for Mept.M 40OIKlKHy / lu the brave women who eqiiully art,
.
Tkl.! .. e..holl... rent4.044 .
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cI.l, K Ullliert IHHII. 181 tux col'If20. <11j'l serving their country abroad, lUll uuO
., It' Ullucrt HUI>I>HOB, 1.111 > 'orluiilly to show Ills appreciation r
c doubled' in addition to fees of ( Concert hand, donat-tan,. CO."I [ i ,
; Y, j'l ,,",* ('r "' \' 1(0/nn.lu' snL.au "'anger. _. Mo, On
Sheriff 'Clerk and Prosecuting 'I jl11. & () <)ro ('.... mule feed33.60 generosity und thought of (.olouel'WII- e
;: ______
H Flod mulo ffcil. ? 8ft>>(> llaui, liojco ThompHou of Pork
HNevv
.1 It illllu-rt bal tit hand Hi-pt. 06.oUI
}.1 I H cniioit, pay roll Kvpt. ..t wk'' {on.no who has conceived Bud put Into execu-
t Attorney. If in doubt as to your .1 It illlboit', for .\oI I. rent, lot JUt!9
J..I. \lutnn' "|hOp ,work, ._'_boo-_ 200OHCPOllI tlob what Is knowu an the Home Paper -
llcl\V CO, s( HUJlpUl'1-.r> 38ft' Service
fI W (iveiHlrePt.. hay for mule" SO,on
r license consult Tax Collector or J M Cooper, :Kunidlnir: "lri>lanen 81 SRKlKHV Under the plaa;every man and woman
I ice Co. Ice tlcUl-tM.I 1:Z5i aFINISH
------ In foreign service will receive the j
W OxoiHtrcpt, rout In in C.___ 14,nn
a before date 4 1 .1 11 <:m.iMelk.. for wltns m. .c 6.roo town newspaper; and BO be kept .Inconstant
: Prosecuting Attorney A 1"< 1'hoinan" part'/lal Ins,ass. 'i 10000iHCfOla touch.with the places and) the
i (. Htln Co. adv for KUII'dIn"c
I Ing nliplnnv 2 On people they know and love.
' -
ll mentioned. No will be
exception Stout 1.limber" Co. lumber______ 88(1( Every branch of tho United Stqtes\
I W A Joiner teal 11111J.. & \V pit 160.00V Government Is Interested In the plan.
I v It KlIlH, sal at phut-----___ 1i2.6/j
made and will immediately Harold. llvriburfr. sal at plant 15 nn o The Government realties (the, Importance -
[[arrests \\lll Vnte, mil 1 at plant ____.._ K2.60Icwla of keeping thorn In the service
))"rhn",, / .nl at plant____ 77.nn
r ____ lind'ronatautly In touch with
John nronson sal at plant 80 00 happy

follow failure to pay this Harvey Johns Crowder sal, at mil plant.n nt plant._. 38 18.76 III'.arl their home ties and associations. Nothing v

Peter "",vaK'p.1M At plant___j 7.60 Is more. depressing In a national
Jim Davis, sal at plant______ 24.00
;: tax before October 31st. A H Thomas. W & lit collector 75.00 emergency than the spirit of loneliness'
labor at ____ 7.BOIjtipfer and officials
John Henry plan ,In those serving their country THE JOB NOW'
& I'rlt"'r.11\'>"11./1.___ 27S.00 ?
.1 R Gilbert freight and oil____ 1.85 know tbat nothing can dispel .... t
A H Hubert, gas for trucks__ 28.07Ollceola this effectually than readIng MUST the Haa
'78,16 feeling more We finish the Job NOW, when our boys In France have >
r
Hdw Co. cup Aug & Sep
Standard Oil Co. oil.________. 18.13 the hometown newspaper. "in the run.

Crnndall Washington Paoklnn Pump Co& Mach'y packlnK.CoHiippllec. 2658 Publisher of newspapers,In all partsof Not all of us can wear a uniform and carry a rifle, but w. can backup i

W. B. CRAWFORD -____ .. 700 the country--this newspaper Included the boys with our dollars and prove to them that we are with them
Florida Electric Co. eupplies,__ 28 75Oaceola the i
Motor Co, supplies, _n 3.00 -ha\e grasped with pleasure to our last cent.
Prosecuting Attorney. A H Thomas, refund voucher 637,84 plan outlined by Colonel Thompson The beat way to prove tq Kaiser Wilhelm that all America It In thiswar
H 1' Buhl bal In full on auto '
trucks-------------------_!- 48000 and they have agreed to co-operate In to win is to provide the money to pay the war bllls-elxt.senn mlllioa
C. L. BANDY '
schoo'board every way. dollars a day It costs Uncle Sam. The best way to pay It Is to Invest In S
E. Yowell
C. representing
,
Under the ruling of the War Indus ' '
Liberty Bonds and do It now. .
; 40-4t Tax Collector. asked relief on water bill
e tries Board: newspaper publishers are We will have to pay these bills In some' way. If we do not lend the

:a; which occurred during; vacation motion the on forbidden to sand their newspapersfree money and let It earn Interest for ,us, we must pay It in the form of Increased
account of On
leakngc.
even to soldiers. The newspaper taxes, where we will get back neither money nor Interest. What'.,
1' >4$*<*> <>* < o e fr** 40'b0400044by +... collector was instructed to ajdust the must be subscribed for In the regular the answer? .

:',,, -. -, ',- - -- matter by reducing t'lo! bill half way, the only exception being soldiers. We don't have to put up $100 or $200 or $500 In cash for our bonds.
Mr. G. P. Garrett met with council,, employ'of
: uoootoU"UOOOOOOUOOUUOOH+4U"UOO" who formerly were In the The banks have arranged a six months payment, schedule, and the first.
resenting claim for damages, by S the newspaper and wbo left that serv. payment of ten per cent falls due October 24.

1 B. Aultman against the city, which l Ice to enlist,. Colonel, Thompson1 there- Maybe you have a boy "over there... Will you let him tight and .risk his vlife
D. G. WAGNER is a motion referred the street fore that the public In each y.
proposes while you refuse to deny yourself some luxury to back him up with food
committee, and city attorney, with request community contribute to a fund ao.that
and clothing and guns and ammunition? We don't believe there's a man
that'they report at the regular the home newspaper (In our case this like that In this country I Let's go "over the top" this wok '

: | Real Estate and Insurance Agency meeting in November.An .newspaper) hiay reach every man and
1 ordinance' was presented by woman DOW In the service of his coun-. This Space i* Contributed to Winning the War, by"

_ Mr.H. E. Swaby, governing the In.
it-; ;,: Citizens Bank Building. Telephone No. 30. ailation of sanitary closets, which try.Anyone may contribute 'to the fund, fLupfer 6i Prather Garage

? Kissimmee, Fla. "as referredto the sanitary. commit and any sum may be contributed. It Is
not to contribute the entire .
'-, tee. necessary ,,'.',
REPRESENTING Wl
. amount of one subscription. It does

E. A. Strout Farm Agency; maintaining big general office in New The, matter of placing within necessary the pot matter whether the rich man sends '
signs at different points ,9''S'S
In one hundred<< dollars or the poor boyor
York. Philadelphia. Boston, Chicago and other, cities for the convenience limits was referred to the street flvo
ity little girl sends In cents. Each '-
of home seekers. If youwish'tow'sellawrite t \ ; j'me'atolicsi', ;';- ?ommittee with power to act: gift will be a message of love and helpfulness Osceola Hardware Co.

;you pay no fees of any kind unless 'we sell your property. NO charges An ordinance to amend Section 237 to the home town folks "Over
f the Revised Ordinances of the City There. The money will be lamped
listing withdrawing advertising.We .
for or '
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of Into one fund out of which subscriptions
t Fla. December 1st
Kissimmee, -
also represent the New York Life Insurance Company will be entered as fast as the Located Kisslmmee's
1916, relating to the regulation of the on i
and the Ocean Accident and Health Insurance money Is received. .
speed of vehicles in the streets and Contrlbutora'wbo send In the full BUSIEST CORNER

:.ooo.oooooooooooooo.oooo ooooooooooooooooo..o alleys of said city, was presented and price of 'a year's subscription may, If

unanimously pissed.: (See ordinanceIn they wish designate to whet particular

another column.) person they wish tbe'nowspaper sent: .
A CALL TO PRAYER. Alexander Garrett, Bishop Episcopal i The following resolution was introduced but If the name given Is already listedas Kitchen Cabinets

t-JI" Church.J. I and unanimously passed: receiving the paper, then the publisher -

\,.>f:n. view of the universal demand of Frank Smith, Moderator, Presbyterian Resolutions of Appreciation and Respect subscription reserves to some the right loss fortunate to apply soldier the- The Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet is the ultimate thing in household

; *3hrtstian heart of fellowship in ChllJ'Ch.SOUTHERN for Mr. Roma Thomas on
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boy or noble woman woo Is Just as convenience. Put everything the housewife want right where he '
/icing its deeper desires to God His Retiring from the Office of lonely for new of home and home

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and in unison with those who Kissimmee, and Removal to the The name of every contributor to -
the setting of : SERVICE OPENS OFFICES State of Georgia. this home paper service will be pub
greeted apart a
:: lished In this and the Who does not enjoy the luxury of Hammock '
newspaper, name a shady
on a porch son
"i clod of time for such, we, the Whereas, Roma Thomas, heretofore -

eel. in a measure leaders (in The Southern Newspaper Service, I an esteemed and respected member of wilt everyone be published entered as for well a as subscription the number a hot day. We have, a few pretty one left. They are reasonably '

f r"en'rehes 'by reason of our official formerly of Beaumont, Texas, has fothe City Council of Kissimmee of those remaining whose subscriptions priced too. r

tlona'thereln. call upon the ''peoi opened offices in the Curry building, for' several! terms, has seen fit to have not been covered.If t

i throughout the land to set apart a Tampa, having formed a connectionwith tender his resignation as a memberof the amount of money received -

.eNd moment daily at the striking and taken over the business of this body and remove to the Stateof shall be more than }Is necessary to send We sell the celebrated Rex Cement. It doe beat all the things '

Y high noon In which united Mr. C. M. Thuma advertising Georgia, where he expects to the paper to every person from the
6 J prayers coun- town now In. the servicethen the balance it will mend. All article of wood China. Glass, Marble Leather and ,
be offered. sel, who becomes actively associatedwith make his future home, and '
I ,f [ For those who,, fight and die for us; the concern. Whereas, We are desirous of expressing Cross.will be turned over to the Red anything else except a broken friendship. It is easily applied'and ex- '

[For an appreciation of the issues The Southern Newspaper 'Service our appreciation and the esteem The plan Is endorsed by the publisher quire no heating. Better have some. 1t

[tvolved in the war; was attracted to South Florida by in which he was held, and as a of this newspaper without any
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[For strength to finish the task. of the Wonderful prosperity, of this see light token of appreciation for the I thought of profit, either directly or Indirectly *

wing a- just peace;; tlon and its rapid development, and ervices he has rendered, be. it therefore but with a sincere desire,to News from the front'looks mighty good these day How about t

\\FOI'- those who loyally serve and opportunities afforded here for a live ( help send keep to'the our home heroes fires and burning'andto heroines buying that Liberty Bond? Better get busy I '-

.fir : urdily sacrifice at the home base; and progressive publicity bureau. Resolved, By the City Council of news of our town to keep their hearts

i 'For individual and world-wide The men composing the companyare the City of Kissimmee regular warm for us and to let them know

'J rig- from the sin which leads to wide awake and energentic and meeting assembled, that we do hereby they are constantly In our minds. WHAT OUR OFFICE DOG THINKS

.1\ ;, have .had wide experience as newspaper express our regret for the neces- The publisher, of course, cannot =-- ..

I; For the coming of the kingdon oftherhood men, advertising! and publicity ity to accept the resignation of Mr. make a profit on circulation and additional f
I'm in '
favor
circulation such as this will be- of canning the kaiser but _
and good will and God; experts. They will conduct an aggressive Thomas and to l lestt him as a member

l ''o> the revival of the faith that publicity campaign in this ol this body and to tender to him our circulation from non-purchasers sent r? not of preserving him. ,
far across the sea-can have no added
5 shall be ultimately an end to section and have already contractedto very bestwishes in his new field Of. value to the advertiser. We should always believe our neigh- '

:;and, the. dawning of a reign of handle the business of a number of endeavor. ,These facts are stated so that'every' l
I progressive concerns. Resolved further, That a copy of contributor may feel that every cent bors to be at least as smart and decent

; tSip.d) .. Advertisers desiring to reach the these resolutions be spread on the contributed goes to the good cause. as we ourselves are. If we hear

n.,. R. Hendrix, Bishop M. E. public through the medium of newspapers minutes and a copy sent to Mr. ' The mothers of our boys are facing #v' any

rob, South. ,, whether it be in South Florida Thomas at his new home -Georgia... an ordeal with a bravery that com- harm of them don't let'the ugly rumor be -

rj -:Gambrell President, Internanal or in 'a wider field, will find the Introduced in 'ppen session of the ,mands respect and admiration. Here a roomer in our'brain. ;
and there where tiny stars are turned
? Convention/ of Disciples of Southern Newspaper Service ready to board and unanimously passed. from blue to gold where anguish grips

perve them in efficient manner., The This 1st day of October, 1918. the heart, the nation stands In silence

'Shepard, Bishop M. E. Church. services and advice of expert publicity Attest:' F, JH. LAWSON, and honors the women who have givenof Osceola Hardware

I. Vanve, Moderator, Presby- I men well always be available to J. R Gilbert Pres.Council. their blood, the very bone of Uiolr Co.POOS

i Church, I/.., S.Coleman ',the clients of this,concern. City Clerk. bone to their country. To them, home .
w; Chairman, North7laptist While the Southern Newspaper After adjusting some tax matters has -lout Its meaning-the soul of It
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; has fled-there Is no home. It Is just a
Convention War Com- Service w11l'aWord a convenient and presented by the a..eslor. the ;council
place, and no place Is quite so lonely :::
effective medium for bringing the ad- djourned to meet in regular adjourned unless It be within the hearts of those ,

Nat- vertiser and the session Wednesday Oct. 9, brave In far off who Cured la 6 to 1-4 Da.a1Inut.taI.
,C, Herriftsr, Secretary, public together, 'sons Trance long Grove's Tasteles. chill ToofcdMtron y'
Cpuncil ;'of Congregational South Florida will doubtless receive at 7:30 p. m. for Just a word of IJ:>>m.. There cannot loan Itchuu.. Blind.money BlMdln If PAZO PrMmdlas OBtTMCNTfelli Pue I tbelD81adat
term*which tr..smltt.\
much favorable publicity in the press be a man there cannot be a woman ....D r relieves IiohlM Pile. .a4 Torn _ M.terU
'es.M. no, not even a' child who "will se.tag\\lIMp an. the not application.\ : ., 'aye aoo.. Moqnlto. Pros Hfe" ,
Anderson 'Moderator, of other sections through the.location Bonds BullC;!. Airplanes Boy Lib- fall to contribute Just a llttle,tp make '

Presbyterian;, Churche of this! bureau in Tampa. rty Bonds. the hearts ,
tint one Not la our (0.*% .,. ,:......... /I. .
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY OCTOBER 11, 1.1. ELEVEN:

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rawford Lee JarretVWFORD LIAM W. WATSON. NAT POYNTZ. of' 1118 f shall to to this Court for Letters ef Adminis.
FARMER TO PUT I II ACHES AND PAINS and all persons claiming: Interest In the Honorable T. M. Murphy, Judge of tration on the estate of Sylvester H.
& JARRELL the land. in the Bill of Complaint In said Court,, as Judge of Probate for Reed, deceased, late of said County of
this case described under any of the final discharge as Administratrix of Osoeola. .
[ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW: ' above named respondents. If any of the estate of James W, Prentls, deceased These
Therefore
the' same be deceased or otherwiseclaiming ; and that at the same time t are To site and ,
Ml 4. 6 6 and 7 CitUon QUICKLY RELIEVEDYou'll admonish all and singular the kindred
LIBERTY LOANOVER Interest will present to said court my final accounts
BanIC Buildln*,' dents.: ORDER: OF PUBLICATION.;; : as Administratrix ef said estate and. creditors of said deeeassd to be
To all persons claiming Interest In the and ask for their approval. and appear before this Court on or be.
ma Florid lands below described under G. C. Dated for the 24th day of November A. D.
Main. Oeorg- Main Southern' Cooperative 8ePtem.. rRVt.1"priic: lIIA. 'tU. and Ale objections, If any they m

TOP AGAINAtlanta find Sloan'a Liniment Horn. 'Purchasing" : Company a o-a-m-f-f-mo. Adlmnlstrstlx. have, to the granting of Letters of
DR. W. W. CARSON private corporation of Jefferson Coun Administration on. said estate, other
of tens the aMen, ty. Ala.; Mrs. Hanna K. Morg-an, widow .N CHICVIT:: COURT STATE: OFFLORIDA wise the came. will be granted. to said
DENTIST !. Mr. H. K. Morg-an. widow; Wil A. B. Drought or to some other fit
rheumatic ache hamV._ Watson or Nat Poynts. If person or persons.
lee ever Filler Building T any of the same be deceased, or otherwise i ......C. Judicial rirralt. Oseelsi Witness my name as County Judg<%
( Offlo. Hour.: I-II. l--a clalmlnic Interest therein. You I Cesraly ...-r,.* ..f the County aforesaid this the 28th
I 'Phone If I Resldsnee 'Phone II Oa.-The Treasury Department are hereby commanded to appear In day September A D. 1111.
I .Administered for extraction the above entitled Court In the above M. C. Dry... r..*.. ..... vs. Harry (REAL. ) T, M. MURPHY.
Tssth of the United States I. Spending Put It on freely. Don't rs* It Io2 entitled cause on the 6th day of Jan II.,... ..* Daisy 817... als wife, 42-41. County .Iud.......

the farmer to put the fourth Just let it ptnftraU naturally. What e nary A. D.>> 1919. The lands In questionare Ifrtmmimmt
upon sense of soothing relief soon followal! : The South half of the Southeast I NOTICE) FOR PUBLICATIONDerartsseat : aq
LEWIS .O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW Liberty Loan triumphantly over the quarter of the Southwest quarter; and i It appearing; by .sffldavlt ''append - ''r
External ache, stUtness, eorenesaj the South half of Lot S of Section S, ed to the bill tiled In the above-stated ;ftke Imterl.r.
top In the South Jut a* be did lathe cramped muscles, strained einews, Lot 1 and the-Northeast quarter of the cause that Daisy Bryan one of the de-
back "crlck "-those ailmentcan't Northwest quarter of Section 8: all InTewnshlp fendanta therein named Is a nonresident U. a Land Office, at Gainesville Fla., '(
Third Loan when the percentage Z6 South Range t> Eat of of the State' of Florida. and Sept. 14, 1118.
WaringBuilding.. : fight olf"the relieving. qualities dSloan's the Tallahassee Meridian located In Is a resident of Marshallvtlle, Georgia, ;Notice Is hereby given that Charles I'R. '
rural dl.
at subscriptions from the Liniment. Clean, convenient, OsceolaCounty, Florida. WITNKS8 and that she Is over theage of twenty- Hansel, of Klsnlmmew" Kla.. who on 9
tracts was ferry high, the farmer subscribing economical. Ask any druggist for it. the Honorable ..lam.V.' Perkins, one years; It t. therefore ordered that May tf ,117. made Homestead Entry.
l. D.to. a. P. aarreti Judge of the above Court, and my Bald non-resident defendant bv t\.llli\ Mo. 016170 .for Lot I, Section 14, and '
to by far the greater share of I name as Clerk thereof and the Heal'of hereby required to appear to Not 1 of Section 22. Township 2' S.;' y
JOHNSTON dt: GARRETTATTORNEY.AT.LA I e said Court at Klsslmmee Florida onthin of complaint filed.I In said a..ur"'N on or Range 80 B, Tallahassee. Meridian, has r
the Issue the- 2nd day of o"tol1er., Aj D. before Monday 4th day .. Bled notice of Intention to male Commutation .'
W 1918. ber A. D. 1916 otherwise the allega'tdons Proof, to establish claim to
The card system to be used In this J. L. 6VERBTR. ET.i of said hill will be taken as confessed the land above described before Clerk
10, 11 and 12 ClUieng Bald campaign will enable the committee. i As-Clerk of the Above Court i iI by Bald defendant. Circuit Court, at Klsslmmae Florida ,,
Building (Circuit Court Heal' ) 11-llt.I ..' It Is further ordered that this orderbe on the 16th day of October till
and the rx>vernient to keep careful published once a week for four Clalman names as witnesses ,

Klsstnimss Fla. check on the subscriptions made by (I CIRCUIT, rornT. STATE OF consecutive weeks In the KlsslmmenValley J. T. Bass of Klsslmniee, Florida i iJ
KI.OIIIDA.Krveath Gazette, a newspaper published It. Mass, of Klsslmmee Florida
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every miD in the country 'and by e'Y.er la snld County and State; ,
Judicial t Irrult Oicepla Co.I ..- J. L. Wilcox, of Klsslmmee, Florida
.' ,. ocoup tlon. The government' In LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS -" This the 7lh day of September 1918 Wm Jessie .'McClelland,, of Klsslin-
at .,.. rha..*ery. (Circuit Court 101..1).J. mee, Florida. .
anxious that every cUllen own James K. Davis, Complainant vs. . L OVERSTREET. .ROBT. W.. DA Via
leaat a few Liberty bonds? and those 1 8.,..B.a J. ,
GBBSDEIIRMERSE' (.'Irco.'. Court of Oarrnla Ceu.CJ' well and William Honwell, Defendants.It KRinna!' A STEEDHoliclors >
record not to 1
who shown the '
on
are for Complainant. 4t-4t.
I. Ihase-err.. appearing bv affldlvlt appendedto NOTICE! OF APPLICATION OF TAX
hare Invested at all will be especially the bill filed In the above stated cause>
that Annie Slnnn l o..w..lMarA" V. M A"TKR''. SA I.E. DRKI
loll Jted. IU Klr..I.. .. C.mpla/.s.l,. '
tag. lion well and William lloswel, the defendants Notice Is hereby "given that David
'Reports' from the oounty chairmenof K, Klr..I..... l>efe....... therein named are nonresidents Notice Is hereby given that' under Jennings, purchaser of Tax Certificate
of Final In
of the State of Florida. and that and by virtue Decree the No. 652, dated the 7th day of August
Loan committee to W. dWardlaw -
Liberty On thrlr place of residence. Js unknown case of Msrthe May Herrlngton Trustee A. D. 118 tins filed said certificate In
Monday November 11
,
district executive chairman defendant. K.; Kirkland In required IMS. the UK and that they are, over the age of eorF:Frank! H. Herrlngton Elisabeth va my office, ,and has made application
O'Berry and W, for Deed to Issue
Tax In
and St.. Elmo Maasengaie, director of appear to the Hill of Complaint filet tw"ntyann'eara' ; It 'Is therefore ordered accordancewith
Fire Apcident and his wife : "
Life, herein by the Complainant that said non-resident defendants O'Herry. . and John A. rally, law. Bald certificate embracesthe .
indicate absolute optimismfor defendants pending In the Circuit following described
publicity This order be and they hereby required toappear property, situated
be '
to published
once a
the Fourth 1000B. despite the higher Week for four consecutive weeks In to the bill of complaint filedIn Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuitof In Osceola County, Florida, towlt .
k 'Health, Plate Glass Lia thu Klsslmniefl. said cause on or before Monday the the State of Florida In and for Osceola Lot T In Block. 6. St. Cloud. This '
ValleyAaselteaweek-
Quota. assigned very territory ly published In and day of December,' A. I). 1111 A. otherwise County, In Chancery, the under. landbetng: assessed at l the date of.th. ,
newspaper Klsslmmee
i the allegations of said bill will signed as Special Master In Chancerywill Issuance of said certificate In the name 'J
bility and Boiler Insurance. "Our people have given their son uscf-olu County, Florida be. taken confessed said defendants sell at public outcry, for cash In of F. L. Reed/ Unless said certificate ,
and brother to) this war" they say Sth liven under my hand and seal this as by . hand to the highest bidder, at the. shall be redeemed according law tax:

Legal Bonds Executed "Do you think they are not going to (M'f.alLr. October J. ,..HMD.OVKRSTHEKT. It Is further ordered that this order almmee., day deed of will O<: Issue thereon. D. It IS.on the lath.

back up the boy with tbelr doll&J'tlr'"Our Clerk Circuit Court Osocolo Co.. Fla.43.4t. be. published once week for eight" Florida during the legal, hours of lo.be1.1 OVKRSTREBT.::
weeks In
consecutive the Valley Gasette.
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By H H. BULLOCK 1) C. sale Monday the 4th day of November Clerk Circuit Court :4
on Oaceola County
t Same Day Needed. Southern farmer*, too, have MILTON PLKDOKR, a newspaper. published In said A. D. l'l8, the following... Florida '
been- the value of bonds! as an Solicitor. for Complainant.' County and State.This scribed, In :
taught Ird day of October, 1918. property situate the County 29-St. By S. II. BULLOCD. D. C.NOTICH ;
of Osceola. State of ..Florida to wit: _ _ _ _ _
investment, too. The other campaign NOTICE J. I* OVKR8TREET. p
The South half of the Northwest.
quarter OF ADMINISTRATOR
(SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court.
j i OFFICE: ] Stats Bait Building were campaign of education bat this Notice la hereby that on Monday By 8. H. BULLOCK. D. C. Uat.HKSO..UT.ONIt of. Section 4161 South SIX,(6))Mange'wenly Township Twentysix. : In Court FINAL of County niftCHARUR.Judge State .of "
...'t so necessary now. Every man :>]
the S8th day of October. A. D.
nine (Ti) East together with the ten. Florida Oseeola County.-In re Estate
who has a bond or two tucked away 1HIK J .et ':i..rth'jfu of 1O:00! o'clock a. m.. O8CKOI.A rot AIXHTKI NTY COMMISSIONERS : II V .THK amenta, hereditaments and appurtenances. of D. C. Lee. . 'I
In the bank I. at the { at Tltusvllle. Bre- Notice Is hereby given to all whom It ,
r In,, his strong box or yard County 'Florida the annualmeeting SEPT. 3, 1SIH.'Whereas 1918.
Dated September 80th may concern that on' the 4th day ot
" anxious to.put a I.or the fourth of the owners of the lands O. P.- QARRJ5TT. February. A. D. 1911 I shall apply'to k
It to be for the
THOMPSON
J. W. appears
Issue b..14e'tb..." situated In the Upper St. Johns Drain. best Interests of Osceola. County and Special Master In Chancery. the Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judge of '
age District will be held tor the purpose KRIRB8 .* STEED.Solicitors .
said Court Judge of Probate, for 'J.
as .
my
of the-eltlsens thereof that election
for the Fourth loan an
The campaign of electing; one member of the tor Complainant. 41-4t
Administratrix of
shall be'call.d and held under final discharge as the .
tF authorityof }
DirectorAND three week from Hoard of Supervisors, who shall be a Lee deceased and that .
neral will continue only and "Compliance" estate of D C. ,
land of said District to !
owner serve
MASTER'S SALE
c tPtt.'t.e'a'"VI at the same time I will present to said
September IS to October 1*. Inclusive. for the term of three years and to sue ions of Section 4 of of' Administratrix ;
the Laws of the State of Florida, entitled Court my final accounts ss
Within that Urn each oounty and reed Ames A. Harlow now a member "An Act to Create the LiveStock Notice Is hereby riven, that und.rand of said estate and ask for their approval .
of said Board whose term of office
ex. by virtue of Decree' lbnChancery
tate must raiN it* quota It will take plres on said day and to transact such Sanitary! Board and to PrescribeIts In the :. rn.1; EntrlHln' I Dated July Stth. A. D. 1111 r
Membership Powers, and Duties,
t hard' work on the part of the committeee other business as may properly come Fix the Compensation for the Serviceof vs. Minor V. Cheesman and Jessie M. FLORA B. LEE, Admlnlstratrlx33rem6mo .- !
before said meeting his D. a
: Cheesman, wife E. Mslloy and
:IICENSEDEMBALMCRStore and this will 'be made much easier At such election each and every acre It. Members, to Vest In Said Board International Steel Ac Iron Company ",..,
of land In the District shall the Authority to Provide for the ..... .
representone defendants
by .'YM'TmaD'. making up hi* Prevention Suppression and Control corporation pending' In NOTICE 'CREDITOR. {
share and each owner shall be entitled the Circuit Court of the- Seventh,
f: I Judicial C..rt f the CBMty Jadgre.Osrvola .
the s
I.
and > Stewart A... mind what he can Invest In bond and to one vote In or by of DangerousCommunicable Contagious Circuit of the State of "Florida, .In .. t.
.Chapel" person i Infections, and Other Diseasesof Ce...,. Slate .. ....... ,
meeting the committee half way. proxy In writing duly for every Cattle Hog-s and Other Domestic and for Osceola County, In Chancery, !. He Estate .. Hearr O. Brook ,,: ,
acre of' land owned by said owner In' the undersigned. ss Special Master :
Klsslmmss. Fla. Animals to Establish Maintain, In To all Creditors, Dlstrlbutsss ,t
said District.The j and fOc"d Quarantine Among such Chancery, will sell at public outcry and all,, Lell'at..j nlf Claimsor il
receiving the highest for cash In hand to the highest bidder .
person Demands against said Estate:
Animals, and Ao Adopt and EnforceRules
FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN number of votes at said. election shale and )Regulations Regarding: Any 'at the front door of the CourtHouse You and each of you, are hereby I
be declared elected as said In Klsslmmee County of
Osceola.
sup.rvl.or'l and Said Matters, and to Give Said notified and required to present any .
M. TILLER Dated this 6th day of O<: Hoard Authority In Respect thereto State of Florida during the legal claims\ and demands which you or .1
By order of the Board of Supervjors. hours of sale, on Monday the 4th day have against the
of ,
and to Authorise County Commission either you may
CAMPAIGN IS AT HAND I ers to Appropriate and Expend Fundsfor of November, A. D. 1(18, the followingdescribed estate of Henry C. Brooks, deceased '1
z I Real Estate Agency: I SEAL) ERNEST H. KVEHY. s. the Work of Tick Eradication and property: late of Osceola County. Florida to the "
49-lt. (Secretary.AN Hog: Cholera, and to Provide for the Situate In-said County of Osceola. undersigned Executrix of said estate. '
' e .aaeeNa.HNa..e..Na... .W Appointment of a State Veterinarian State of Florida vis: All of lot TwoI within two years from the date hereof. .
ORIMNANCK. I and -Ot rer Agents and Employee of ( ) of the Northeast Quarter of Section Dated August It! A. D. 118. ,
4 Realty bought and sold. Said Board and Fix the Powers Thereof Two (2). Township Thirty-one CATHARINE '
Tae Fourth Liberty Loan campaign. AN ORDINANCE: To amend Sec and to Prescribe Punishment for (II) R.. Range Thirty-four E. containing 8 -8t. Mxecutrlx.WE : 1
1 House rented. American tion 117 of the Revised Ordinance of One Hundred and Sixty (160) I
to an .
give every opportunityto Violations of This Act and of the --

,' I ,Tazei': paid and Titles verified lend to BJa own government money. the December City of 1st.Klsslmmee Ill*, relativeto Florida.of i.4 the and Rules.. to And Make Regulations the) Necessary of Said.Appropria Board, acres Dated, more 8eplrMIL'1ON or Ie..!:. ( A. D. lilt. u 'i. .

) ) for non-resident. to win the war and drive the Hun regulation\ of the speed of Vehicles In : lion for Carrying: Out the ProvisionsOf I PLEDGER
I the Streets and Alleys of said City: .' Special Master In Chancery 'OLD FALSE TEETH
back: ever the Rhine 4e BOW at hand. This Act (Approved June 9 ItlJ)); KRIBB8 .& STEED
fe-e. [Life and Accident !.- BE IT ORDAINKD BY TUB COUNCIL. To enable a majority of the quahfe4 ,
, la every oouaty' In the state there Is a OF THE CITY OF KI881MMKK: electors voting In said election to declare Solicitors for Complainant. 4141. We pay from $2.00 to $38.00 per .,r
lur anee. Section 1. That Section 117 of the
1 Bond lAb ey Lean __Itt_,.composed of Revised Ordinances of the City of Klsslmmee. themselves In favor of or against ADMINISTRATION set' (broken Iota). We also pay actual ,.J
Indemnity pre
< f loyal enerfetle i oltUeos, who are sub Florida, of. December 1st cinct'l; thantwentyfive t Clt.....>.> value for Diamonds, oldGold, I
be Amended to road follows
1.11. as :
cent of the registered
.. "o" "O" '" scything liberally' tbesnseivee and en- .*..... JS7. No person shall operateor voters of Osceola per County ,who were .. the C..rt .f C....,. .Jnaare. State Silver and Bridge-work. Send at

eottrajjtaff others subscribe.. drive a vehicle In anystreet at a qualified tit vote at the last general .t Fl...... post and receive cash
It I. elle,... that tbe tAd of ohtainloc rate of speed arrester than Is reasonable election have signed and presented tothis Estate ef Sylvester hi. HeeeV OseeelaC once by parcel 4' ,6MAZER'S
and safe, havingregard to traffic, I Board a petition I for calling ::_.tr. by return mall.
etibeorlpUoas will be far easier location and the safety of the public. and. holding oan I nth.to the
BY THE
ouft tieATS ,la this 1 loan than la the pact despite But In no case shall the rate of speed said purpose; now therefore be It JUDOS e. SAID COURT TOOTH SPECIALTY

ARC WCttKErTBX the ..,...07' Increased quota In exceed crossing Twenty-five any street miles or turning per :hour.any Commissioners Resolved by of the Osceola Board County of Countv Wh.rees: A. B.-:-Drought; ;; has applied Dept. X. 2007 So. Sth St. PhiladelphiaStateBank

-, give every wxs_ and county. For, street worner. the rate of speed shall 1. That an election I. hereby called .
not exceed Ten mile per hour. and shall be held for said purpose.ac
BUTLHCR3ADCPT! e ) sway the. AtoerUaa people havelearned Sec. 1. All ordinances or parts of cording to the laws governing general

O '91I by this tUn. what a .U"", ordinances In conflict herewith be and elections on.the. Sth day of November
the same are hereby repealed.Reads \. D. .
boa mass who It. will do for the first and second time by unanimous t. That -such an election shall beheld

country and what' !t will do for thelean Consent and unanimously In each election district la Osoela -
farmere-mar. passed In open session, this 1st day ofOctober .> County at the polling: places usedat ",
I t whether he %. 'A. D. If IS. the last general election the

I ohaat or laborer, who save his money Attest: hours prescribed for the durIng of
X11 :J. R. GILBERT F. H. LAWSON. elections, and all matters pertaining
lead It with Interest
and bIfael.
City Clerk. to said election shall be In strict com
.'Sam:> There fa really >no-rea' (SEAL,) with the law governing the..
American Approved this Ird day of October holding" of such electrons. of Kissimmee .
should '
A BUTCHER WHO I son why one loyal A. D. 1911. I. The ballots shall be printed and
f have to ehaee another i.eJ Americanall JOHN S. CADEU used In said election districts at such .
KNOWS BUSINESS 41-St. Mayo elections on which shall b. printed
HIS '
him
over a terrace Held to ask
first, on a line, the word. "For Compulsory .
I Is in charge of this market. He to d. his ht,.. NOTICE OF* APPLICATION. FOR TAX Dipping: of Cattle" and 'on an. The of the world
below said words.there e'
It U believed that in this campaign DEED other line next eyes
purchases only the finest meats shall be printed the words
a much greater proportion of cIU...* Notice Is hereby given That M. N. "Aa-alnst the Compulsory Dipping of

and handle them In a manner will go voluntarily to the ..... or to Dunn Jr.. CertificateNo. Cattle"; and those electors voting: In '

" tbai insures their.,freshness when the committee sad make their subscription 4t.
D.' 1916 has filed said certificate In favor of compulsory dipping of cattleIn are on man

.t jpdii welcome them to your home. directly. obtaining a Liberty my fce.iedndtoh made applicationfor << shall slid make territory a cross or In Osceola front of County the

t Our unfailing: courtesy and honest {Loan button aad thus declaring they law. Said Issue certificate In accordancewith embracesthe word. "For the Compulsory Dippingof

. have done their duty to their country.A following described property sit. Cattle," and those electors voting '
method appeal to folks who believe
In said election who desire to voteagainst
in getting: tiheir money'sI great many of our cltliens have Lot uated 4 Osceola In Block County.II, West Florida Klsslmmee.to-wlt: the compulsory dipping of

regletered for the new draft but theyra11N cattles4 said territory of Osceola
The said land being assessed at the
I worth of quality rood. ; that there I U but slight opportunity date of the Issuance of said <:certificateIn County front of shall the word.make"Against a cross the mark Com In
the name of M. M. Dunn. Unlesssaid
of their services belnc actually certificate. shall..be redeemed according pulsory Dipping: of Cattle"
4. Said votes shall be counted returned
'SAVE'SJ
i required In the war. It would h.lI.nt an to law tax deed will issuethereon and canvassed". as provided by
of November
-. thins If theee men whose A. D. 1918.on the 4th day )aw, and this board shall thereafter
make and certify statement of the
a
City Market .names are BOW on the roll sod who J. I.. OVKRSTREKT result of said election, which shall be
Clerk Circuit Court.
teeause ot kept on file : the publlo records
feel BUT of exemption ace By a H. BULLOCK. n. C. among
of .Osceola County, and a copy thereof
'er fatally dependent ,or disabilities (Circuit Court .Seal) /2.8t. shall be certified to the State LiveStock

--w consider themselves:even now. Sanitary "
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE of this resolution thtall""republl..hed
6. A copy for moment
'
I eta the service" and d.vote.whatever SEVENTH :JUDICI-AL. CIRCUIT OF once each week for four consecutive PAUSE a young man,
Ask Your Grocer part ot their Income they can spars, THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND weeks. prior to said election In
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. IN CHAN and the .Klsslm self. The
the St. Cloud Tribune give a thought to
to lending to their government. ;
CERY. R 8. SNYDER. Complainant, mee Valley Gazette, and a copy thereof
Tho war I* costing the United vs. O. C. MAIN. OBOROE MAIN. SOUTHKRN shall be posted at the polling place '
million dollar COOPERATIVE) HOME PUR. last used as a polling; place In each problems that confront now or '
States you
sUty-eeven sii
CHASING COMPANY a private corporation . election\ district of the county not less ,
i day. It i* omr war. car war bill. sad of Jefferson County, Ala.; than thirty days before the date fixed

CHEEfrNEALSCOFFEES :U I. ap to us' to pay. It MRS.MRS' H.HANNA K. MORGAN K. MORGAN.widow:widow WILLIAM ; herein for holdingsuch ERNEST an MACH.election. will a few years hence.Look .

W. WATSON. NAT PQYNT3, (Co. Com. Seal.) Chairman.

and all persons claiming: Interest In Attest: J. L. Overstreet Clerk. abet. yea-the mea of affairs ia ccnatry, state Batten-
land In the bill of complaint In 4-1t
LIBERTY LOAN AND the this case described under any of the ye, ia the world, are the men who. started to save early ia life.

above named respondents If any of NOTICE OK. APPLICATION FOR TAX

claiming the same: Interest be, deceased therein; or otherwise Respon DEED. They have the respect and confidence. cf the community.,

SAVING STAMPS NOW dents.: ORDER OF PUBLICATION. Notice Is hereby given, that C. A. 4

Best By Every TestCROSS TO SOUTHERN: O O. MAIN.COOPERATIVE QEOROH HOME MAIN.. Rtraub. 94, dated purchaser the 7th of day Tax of CertificateNo. August Then leek OB the other side--.at the fellows who pead aH they

UNDER ONE HEAD corporation PURCHASING of Jefferson COMPANY County a private. Ala.; A..ny D.ofOce.1111. and has has said made certificate application In snake.they may have a good rise for a while, but what. doe their

MRS.' HANNA K. MORGAN. widAwi''l ; for tax deed to issue In accordancewith peneaaKty l' t
MRS If. K. MORGAN widow! WILLIAM law. Bald certificate embracesthe
VANISHING CREAMy WATSON and NAT POTNTZ. following described sit
W.
( PEROXIDE You are hereby commanded to appearIn uated In Osceola County prnr.erty.. to- A dollar or so de tab bank will be the
y ) Atlanta Qa,-Joseph .A. UeOorm, the above entitled Court In the wit: Io.erabl.
aacJcu of
asele.a cream of snowy whiteness. governor of the Federal Reserve Baal above entitled cause on or before the The North half of Lot E0. Park.Gardens a* independent career.

htfnlly perfumed A day cream and day of December, A. D. U 1 In Section S, In Township 2*. Make year beiaaiqted..,.. Year bank
ly skins. Softens the hard lines of the Sixth District, has been ape WITNESS:: the honorable James Wj Range t. East Said land being' as-
polntce general chairman of both Us.rty Perkins Judge of the above Court, leased at date of Issuance of said certificate ' book will pave the way.
face.. Protects it from sunburns, and my' name as Clerk thereof and the In the name of N. A. Clay. Unless '
tans and cold weather. Affords Loan;and War'StvlnsHampe: seal of said Court at Klsslmmee. Florida said -oertlncate shall be redeemed $160,000.00
Capital stock _____________ ___. __
to law. a tax deed will Is-
sellout foundation for applying _81m.. for the 'cU..ct.on.. .,.. on this the 2nd day of October. according:

Beauty face Powder. This and U to'br1ac.ahout'\Dore thorough A. D. HIS. thereon A. D. on the Ind day ef Nov..m.bor Resources ever_________________,.-----.---- (00,000.00
meet :t. L. OVERSTREKT. ,
than one hundred other Red Crocs 'co-operatloa sad ,' co-ordination: the As Clerk of the Above Court : U18.J.. Ie OVER8TREET. 1r g
fee and Toilet preparations sold (Circuit! Court 8eal.) It-llt. (Beat Clerk Circuit Court. Officer and Director. : s. v
teed only by' two hit co"ereentre'Yellu..prod.Oo. By a H. BULLOCK. D. C. 42-8t.

Lag mevementa. TN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE OF MINITR.ATOR' C. A. CARSON President M. KATZ sad E. U LESLEY, V-P. e
CENTRAL DRUG CIRCUIT OF NOTICE
STORE JUDICIAL
SEVENTH
The two, lervanlcatlon will keep ... .... .
...
THE! STATE OF- FLORIDA IN ANn (Per 01. ".. ) ROMA THOMAS. Cashier ,"",
their"separate' Individuality sad theampans FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. IN CHANCERY : "
SNYOER. Complainant. ra C::..rt .t C..tT ..adgev ..... etI.'re'Estate '
a 8.
LOutaaw That Dee Nrt Affect the illd ooodaoU
) will be separate,
n.ri.... KATZ
".. O. C. MAIN. GEORGe MAIN SOU. N. C. BRYAN, N. B. CARSON )
ief Its tonic sad laxative effect.LAXA> !y. aa la the paat.aB. the PNMDt'oa THERM COOPERATIVE, HOMe PUR.. E. L.
C. A. CARSON. H. FLEMING LESLEY
FBB.OMO OUININB U better tluut evdlnaiy .. corporation .f Jesses W PremlU, ,
e and does eat cause osi ousasss mot .....' _ct'.h&JrmeA'wtU'.u1a. ,' UaeU CHASING of COMPANY Jefferson a'. County.private" Ala]; Oaeevla C....,.. : J. WADE TUCKER. Director. aa
ctakesd..aenMmberUieraU Basse sad Notice la herebygiven, to all whomIt
>l : MRS. HANNA K. MORGANwidow;
r the sicastare ol B.W. OKOTK. ..Me. J.i/at MRS .H, K. ,MORGAN, ,widow WJL.- may concern. ..that onthe 10th day ;

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t TWELVE 'THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1918i
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1- "

RED CROSS


;,;: j'' / h ht2 "
I: GOVERNMENT
Officers.ChairmanMayor HELP THE
:
fi f\.' J. S. Cadel.
"
=-- 'M1tsx 'ViceChairmanMrs' : B. B. Simpson. e
.
x t s Secretary-Mrs.., E. E. Wells.)) h

i l l r ,Board Treasurer Other: members-M. Katz ot the Executive War Saving and Thrift Stamp Free


1.i'\ : C. A. Carson, A. E. Donegan, ,

: .J,Judge T. M.: Murphy ..
:
i Supervisor of Woman's. 'Vork-
|Mrs. N.",C. Bryan.
.;.. .'I Chairman Knitting" DepartmentMrs. For all goods purchased during the period commencing

W J.\S.,Carr

r, : IceBoxes Wheels The surgical, -dressing-- department I Saturday ""Sep. 28 *. Ending Saturday, Oct., 26 '

; on Is still i In need of workers.. In response ,

H to the S. O:, S., call sent out
FOR ONLYFor
a nUJl1ber't ladies have volunteers J CASH

R'fefHgerator cars for carrying rneatTare iceboxes In. this department, but still .ethers
must devote 'time to this patriotic

traveling; on, wheels.' service before Kissimmee 'can coin each $5.00 worth of goods purchased 'a
'1 1 plete her quota end until this.is done
Ainerica.would
.' Most people in have to go Kissimmee women cannot ,truthfully Thrift Stamp will be given for each $75.00 ;
without fresh meat,. or would have .to pay' say'they have done their full part. toward ;
.
r more for what they could get, if it were not winning the War. worth of goods a. $5.00 War Savings;. Stamp
w ,for these traveling ice boxes., Last week a box of cotton pads:

was packed, and sent off. It contained will be :given. We have a nice stock of
i ,' Gustavus F. Swift, the first Swift in the 540 12x8 sewed cotton pads, which i

.packing industry, saw the need of these is. half of the. July allotment for thin '

.' *.a .traveling ice boxes before others. chapter,.and the workers are ranking AluminumWare' Enameled Ware <
the remainder of this allotment this i
: He asked the railroads to build them. The 'week. There is still a box' of June's "

railroads refused. They were equipped, and quota) to be made before August supplies ;

preferred to haul cattle rather than dressed beef. can be accepted. Twenty; wom- Dishes .
t ? en are asked to be present at the
JI
So Gustavus F. Swift had. rooms next Wednesday, Thursdayand '
to make the cars "

himself. ,The first one was a box Car riggedup ternoon.Friday Let mornings no duty and nor Friday pleasure af Cooking Stoves For Both Oil arid GasolineBig :

to hold ice. ,Now there are 7,000 Swift *
stand in the way of th1s"service. The
refrigerator cars. Each one is as fine an icebox ladies working in this departmentlast 'stock of Loaded Shells Guns Rifles Etc. w

t < as you have in your home. week were: Mrs. J .S.Cadel,Mrs., ? ,

) L. H. Ingram, Mrs. M. D. Alexander,, Paints and Varnishes of All Kinds. This is
t ; Day and night, fair weather and foul Mrs. E. D. Katz, Miss Bertha Twich- 1

f.I through heat and cold, these 7,000 cars go. el, Mrs. A. W, Bailey, Mrs. U. 'B. i .
chance and varnish have .1
'
rolling up and down the country,keeping meat Simpson, Mrs. E. F. Collier, Mrs. "a to paint as we ,

p "I :, just right, on its way to you. Jacobs, Mrs. Blackwell, 'Mrs. Bird. '
>- t Mrs. Anna Thornton, Mrs. Gav Livingston -
"' . Thus another phase of Swift &: Company's and Miss Lois Johnson. Some Good Bargains in PaintsAlso : 1
The linen shower for the AmericanRed
activities has grown to meet a need no one
'. ,Cross held at the Graystone hotel
f : else could or would supply, in that '
way
matched Swift &- Company ideas of being Friday was a pronounced pucces of, on all accounts paid by October 5 we i
I. : and Mrs. N. C. Bryan, supervisor
!; "J. useful. Woman's Work, expressed herself as will give a Thrift Stamp for each $5 payment.
well pleased with the results. Mrs.
111 "'. When you see one of these Swift&:Company Bryan was assisted by Mrs. Bullock

!f' 1 ,cars in a train, or on a siding, you will be and the girls of the Patriotic League

J reminded of what being done for you as the Sixty-six persons contributed articlesto Makinson Co.j-j

tt', .' fruit of.-. rSwift -rience. and, a desire to serve. this shower, making a total" of (16 .W.B. i
., bath towels, 109 hand towels, 40
handkerchiefs 13 napkins, 10 sheets ,
& and $9.50 in cash to be expended as
Company- S. A.
> the workers in charge thought best.

I. There still remains 441 hand towels, ,
'
& -
52 handkerchiefs and about; 17 she'etsto ,
i -- '" :-1i :
Lend the make the full quota and ladies {
Way up This department has been asked to A delightful musical program ad-
who desire to donate to this cause,
accept an allotment' of 90 personal dedto\ the pleasure of the evening.The .DR. J.' R. .. HOLMES .
They articles at the
FightBuyLibertyBonds leave their
may tray-I for in hospital'service. They numbers were rendered by the Lakrl.Bd. F1.rt4aPr.etle.
stone hotel next Monday bags use . Lisped t. a.m.p' ....
will be used to hold the personal belongings pupils of the music department and D.__ .. 'v._..
hours of 4 and 9 I _..........
; Sympathy with p.the m.Belgian retuI -, of the soldiers in the hospital other musicians of the school, the Earelle.e.....salt*Mmmmltmt,-..-., ..?....*....MI...
; : As soon ai the material arrives girls of the Patriotic League singingpatriotic ala East tells .. .
in Ofr Hritmrmr rm It
gees seem to be at fever heat mm* .
for these articles the rooms will be songs which were very pop-
tlsgimmea last week and the citizens
l for workers. ular with the audience. Throughout .000.0..000.00000....
# went over the top six times in their opened ._.... ,
The knitters of KisUmmee have the evening the girls of the high .
... .
. .
six
for 0.
contributions to this cause; 0000000 Of tOOOOo '
of been called into service once more school'served 'punch and wafers. LOOK roil THH NAMH IN BOXCAR :,
all .
barrels filled with sorts
were
and a request has been made for 133 These were made by the girls enrolled .1.1iITT1'J"S'. '
r and partially worn clothing and O. T.p f tk ftmtHlm
t// new hand knit sweaters, and 143 pairs of in the Domestic Science depart- I.*.k f.r <... R.4 fr.... ab.w'aH.e.4
shoes. There more than half a . .._ ..* !>!.!_ '
was t l fc l ll
; socks. The wool for this work Is ex- ment under the supervision of Miss I "__ ......".... 11'... OVCM *.rTkr
ta barrel> of these articles. The gar- in ... .1..... Q.Iek ....._, O.4R..es.
be McQuarrie.The
ments included woolen and cotton pected to here .the next ten days .. *. tt..rm BMtfe 1f A.
and volunteers may obtain, a !supply reception was largely attendedand f. 1.. Ticket Ofave, MBM .._ .(
clothing. The contribution taken all '......., A. IV 811 AW. rr..r.e.r.
T round will certainly be acceptable. at the R. C. wort room .' The'direeions 97.65 was contributed, to the Liberty .

MANHATTAN HOTCL for knitting: socks .will'be printed Bond fund. Withstand tft Heat,.' ) ,
gift. IBM Strong ..
A. E DROUGHT .
4 azett
the
: in an early edition of
Two hundred comfort bags, the full Summer Better Than the Weak
for the Winter Season.
Now Open The Kissimmee Red Cross has on
allotment for the hospital garment formerly who feeble sad pnplira .
115 Broadway John Chapman, of Kis CII4pie are yMsJar
hand a supply of cut, out garments tttmtiMIolhroojll M,
department has been completed and are w > will b.Mr..gtMs.d m 4
for the Relief, and! any'worker simmee, but.who has been farming in . lbs depressing heat of MOUM bf Mk-
i A Family lotel with all the Comforts Belgian
/t / to headquarters at Atlanta.Theile .
Real Estate and Insurance hipped Georgia this yoM, Is spending a few Ins GROVE'S TASTf CSSckn1TONIC. ltvUwad
desires to take this sewing
who :
/ .....
of Home. bags are for distribution to the .. days here visiting friends and relatives mrlchn t" blood u4 biilU .R tk.wbc rtMm. -
REPRESENTS soldiers. They are of khaki, 8x12, home may do so. .. ._..4.a4. you caa S/.ose.... test ha Strength.olag.la.liar-_ .
T RATES $2.50 PER DAY and are supplied 'with "housewives"containing ;
,
The -IIome Insurance Co. of New PRIVATE DAVIS ENTHUSED
such handy articles as
Special by the Week. York the National Fire InsuranceCo. button, hooks and eyes'needles and HIS HEARERS AT CASINO JI,

of Hartford, The Sun, and three sizes-of safety pins. Just inside . -
(Continued from Page One) I :
MRS. R. B. SAVAGE, Prop. many other reliable companies. the bag is stamped "Compli pression of patriotism on the part of
ments of the American Red Cross,
h ; Kissimmee Fla.." this section. --- .. ,
u The lassies of the Patriotic Leaguo
-- -----
-
;F sang patriotic songs alternating with a(
F'Fo the talks and at the suggestion of
Private Davis a collection( was taken

.t . for the Red Cross as the meeting: dis .7 .,r'\,'

persed. THE UNIVERSAL CAR ..,1...
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RECEPTION FOR TEACHERS
THE- NEXT BESTTHING
\ PLEASANT SOCIAL EVENT 1

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Friday evening a prettycourtesy\ {ado if you are unable to go :.
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was shown the new teachers In the Osce-who and fight ,for your country ::
Are You 'Self-Starter'? have accepted positions \.:
a
ola County High School and city and all. humanity is to . .:
schools of Kissimmee, when the faculty -
entertained with a reception in

their honor. This was held ln'the
{ That is, are you one of those who are waiting for ''something high school building where the entire Buy Liberty Bonds :..

lower floor was artistically decoratedwith
to turn up, or are you one of those who MAKES something turn up.' ,
and
ban oo and other greenery

a If you are of the latter class we will be glad to have you open an'account' with the national colors. and then more bonds Sub' ".9-
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and Mils AI- .
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Prof. R. M. Evans
,T 1 i here and let us help you. amena Leitner received the guests scribe today. DON'T' BE A

rA and presented them' to the teachers SLACKER t, I
h s I The association such a Banking conection affords "SelfStarterl"is In the receiving line were.Miss Belle

of Atlanta, science teacher;
S i is of great ,value in getting ahead. j Miss Cooper Ann Whitman, of Hickory, N. OSCEOLA MOTOR .

r S t I, C., History teacher; Miss Pattie Mar-
tin, of Florida. French and Latin
teacher,. and Miss Margaret Veetch, '
i n..n.n..Citizens Bank of Lakeland, Eighth Grade teacher; COMPANY I

.. ws.s. Miss Eleanor Moseley, Mathematics
'., teacher Miss Lillian Prentie,'Sev _:- OF KISSIMMEE, 1OX.SAVINGS STAMP*' Grade teacher; Miss Virginia Tiller,
4"VKD8Y< & Sixth Grade teacher;; .and Miss Edna
UNITED STATE*
tile bank wits. Ik* ability'aid.wWiag- GOVERNMENT *: rI Schweikart First:,Grade teacher, all
". 'lest to SERVE 'I of Kissimmee.
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