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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: October 18, 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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N ADVICE OF ATTORNEYS Two Billion In ''Two Days J. WADE TUCKER'PRES'T.. .



; BOARD SAYS NO NOMINEE BIG SHIPBUILDING COMPANYThe

WASHINGTON. D. C, OCT. 17.-( SUBSCRIPTIONS REPORT.ED. .

.AND ESTIMATED UP TO NOON' THURSDAY AMOUNT TO ., ...
At an adjourned meeting of the ants. ) FOUR BILLION DOLLARS, LEAVING AT LEAST TWO BILLIONSTO Tampa Daily Times containedin being put In and at ''a glance of the ';1

and of ,county commissioners heldt It appears that there were three COMPLETE THE FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN., ONLY TWO a recent issue the following refer yard one can,, see plans for a. great
candidates! ; that no one of these Candidates ence to the Iliirsborough Shipbuilding deal of work. The of ftcials have thing
Saturday, the 'matter of placing received a' majority of all DAYS ARE LEFT WITHIN WHICH TO RAISE THIS VAST SUM.
Co., of which J. Wade Tucker, of lined up in fine shape and Mr. Tucker
be name of B. IL Guy on the ballots'be'
first class voted and that the
cast NO COUNTRY ON EARTH BUT AMERICA: COULD RAISE SO Kissimmee is president:' explained that he saw no reason why
i voted in the general election u second choice votes either were not '
democratic nominee came up for counted at all or were improperly VAST A SUM IN SO SHORT A TIME. AMERICA CAN DO IT.AND Plans of the Hillsborough' Ship the 'enterprise should not,make.' excel.

net 'decision, the board ,havingen counted. All this, however, at the MUST DO IT. THE DESTINIES OF THE WORLD AND THE HOPES building Co. are to lay the first keel lent headway.
tot present, time is immaterial.. within two woks from now accordingto Asked if there was. any,.contemplation .
unable to come decision at ARE CENTERED ON AMERICA.
that OF CIVILIZATION
It appears a contest was regularly n
material he out
J. Wade Tucker, president of the in delays pointed
the '
regular meeting. In mean- instituted in the ,Circuit Court,
FAIL EVERYTHING WE HAVE FOUGHT FOR
"WE SHALL IN
company. The'o1'1Ico building has that he was! connected with three
.. e, through Its chairman, Ernest which court had jurisdiction to determine -
Mach, the board had secured a writ' contests of this nature. It AND HOPE'TO GAIN,IN-THIS WAR IF THE FOURTH LIBERTY been completed and work is well mills at Loughman and that all materials .

ten opinion from Attorney Robinson further appears ,that the Circuit LOAN IS DEFEATED. LET EVERY TRUE AMERICAN CITIZEN along on the ways. Material is 'on would be furnished by these.
Court on the 30th day of July, 1918, the the which The to the have
for railway sidings plant
buildings
ground ,
&; Bridges, of Orlando which wasread made a final decree or order, determining TODAY EXAMINE. HIMSELF UNDER 'THE WHITE LIGHT OF
will 'include mound loft machine been completecl"and the lumber shipments
a
in board, and is as follows: the contest case after consider
open PATRIOTISM AND'SAY WHETHER OR NOT HE HAS DONE HIS
ation of all evidence submitted there shop and mill buildings.W will come in daily from now on.
r t Mr. .Ernest Orlando Fla.,Chairman Oct. 11, 1918 Board in. ** In this order it was considered UTMOST IN THIS EMERGENCY. ;, R. Beckwith, secretary, statedtoday This shipbuilding' plant is located '.
Mach.
T of County Commissioners of Osceola apd judged by the court that mentionedhad no one "THE, HIGHEST. OBLIGATIONS OF DUTY AND PATRIOTISM tt> 'anticipation' was within 90 on the estuary on the west side at the
candidates
'County, Klssimmee, Fla. of the been several nominated and that there COMMANDS EVERY TRUE AMERICAN TO IMMEDIATELY' days to 'have between 600 and 1,000 foot. of Ella Mae st., and is directly

w Dear Sir:-In' response to your re- was therefore no nominee. TO' HIS BANK OR TO HIS LIBERTY LOAN COMMITTEE AND men at work and within five months opposite the, Oscar Daniels plant. The
quest for an opinion as to whether or: Regardless' of' what the merits of to.have the first vessel in the water.: site Is'an' excellent one and ''from ,,
not there is now as a result of the the case may theretofore have been SUBSCRIBE TO THE LIMIT OF HIS ABILITY'TO .THE FOURTH There are about 75 men af work at present indications the same successin

.,, late last a Democratic nominee for Primary the office held of in Coun-June the by the matter Circuit has Court now been and the passed order upon,of LIBERTY BONDS. DON'T DELAY, DON'T WAIT TO BE'URGED., the plant, now ,and the: force)la "being' shipbuilding will'be,made by this

, ty Commissioner the Fifth District that court is in force and will control BE AS QUICK ,TO DO YOUR ,PART IN THIS' FOURTH LIBERTY increased every day company as has been made by other.
f ; -Df Osceola county. In determining unless the order of, the Circuit Court LOAN ,BATTLE AS OUR SOLDIERS, IN FRANCE' ARE QUICK TO The Hillsborough Shipbuilding Co., Tampa compa ies.
this question we have not had should be abrogated on appeal to the has contracts. fpr four 2500 ton wooden Most of the lumber to be used lit t
4 the opportunity of examining the original Supreme Court of-the State. OBEY THE ORDERS TO CHARGE THE ENEMY. ba.rgea.and indications are that the barges'will be pine timbers al- 1
' election returns or.the ..recent'Court'docket matter Mow stands, there- 'PLAN'IFYOU a
As the THE
"BUY LIBERTY BONDS ON INSTALLMENT .
" In'your county. Democratic Nominee the four will be completed within one though a good bit of cypress will 'be
fore, there is no
? We' have, however, examined the for this,, office. Respectfully submit CANNOT BUY THEM FOR CASH. EVERY PATRIOTIC year. Expectation. are that new con used. There *will be approximately
files of the-Circuit Court of Osceola ted., ROBINSON & BRIDGES. a 'BANK WILL HELP' YOU. IF EVERY PATRIOTIC CITIZEN WILL tracts.will be .made as soon a* the 1,000,000 feet 'of lumber used in each J
F county in the I matter of the election After,, hearing"' the,. 'opinion the first vessel la launched. These barges'
contest proceedings lately institutedby nomination DO HIS DUTY' TODAY VICTORY FOR THE'FOURTH LIBERTY vessel. Mr. Tucker says that Uncle,
J. B. Somenctt one of the candidates board decided there ,was no been filed- LOAN IS CERTAIN. ,THE CONTINUED ,VICTORIES OF, OUR are to be used by the;'government in' Sam will get only the' best in these t' ,I
< In the June nrimary for the office and petitions, : above named this procedure hav- to place the names'of both B. H. Guy ARMIES IN EUROPE=, THE CERTAIN DEFEAT OFOUR ENEMIES' schooner type. boats and that they, hop to. have the

'ifc* been brought against B. II. Guy, and O. R. Bass on the ballot a motion AND THE GLORIOUS TRIUMPH OF. THE CAUSE OF LIBERTY Two Way Being Built. four completed before. the: contract .,

(other the canvassing candidate,t and board the of membersof Osceola was'made and carried to this ef- DEPEND-UPON WHAT THE AMERICAN PEOPLE DO' IN THE At the'p'reeen there are two ways. calls,,for their completion.. sable
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ilcounty'having been_ joined.as_defend-. REMAINING TWO DAYS OF THE FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN. . '

'; HE IS NOMINEE I 'I.., "W. GL McADOO.. CITRUS EXCHANGE OPENEDFOR


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I I L OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY i FOOTBALL TEAM"" IS. SCHOOL; OPENING ISFilRTHERPOSTPONED, THE' SEASON.. WEDNESDAYThe .. .

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LOSINGJOOD, MENThe Kissimmed Citrus\ {jExchla--; that they are taken from different

i Bl Kenansville,' Fla., Oct. 15,>1918.. Panvasstng Board .as,the! Democratic -. packing house'' opened Its doors and parts of the grove. The, fruit i i.
i To the Voters of Osceola County;who nominee,' and that, canvassing board 1918 football eleven of Osceola On ccount. of the Spanish. influenza started .the machinery In' 'motionWednesday examined at Orlando( by the government '

'voted,for Cattin. Nov.1916: has ,never, been *ordered to change High showing plenty of sand this .station,the Kissimmee schools some two week., aheadof Jnspector, or In'the event of his
I I was. the certified: Democratic that nomination-.and they have.,not- season; and 'dispite the loss,of'Captain 'will '"not open next Monday,' October the regular season,and by the .ad absence ,from the city, "by Sub-Ex- "R
; nominee in the primary'for County done,so of their own accord.' Bullock, ,who ha. directed'their 21st".but all persons interested, are of the week expects to roll three can change Manager Hakes..Speaking '

Commissioner from the 5th'' District \ being the legal'nominee. but. be- activity for two years,and other val; reqne.V djto,hold\ themselves 'in readiness oO080.boxea: ,AL.:.ejtjnsj.fruit,..fromgroves' ?. : of theoutlook:for' the sear;
i r'of'!' . eola' county: ,".In the-June-!1918' gostraclsMbecansevI' ",!oted" 'for juable dmei",they remain"'steadfast to. begin school work: at: any{ of this vicinity. ,One car of son; Manager 'Planosaid, :, The'Exchange -,

.: 1 election.' Mr. Sommersett,- 'on*' .of Catts, I am calling on you 'who voted in their determination to pull down, time. Due notice will be given as to this shipment, the Parson Brown, is ,will.handle considerably sore
" r opponents unsuccessfully contest- ;for Catts two years ago to say in the the state. championship.. the time of opening.. I still quite green,In:appearance as, is fruit,, than last -season. The, crop Is
' eKha nomination,and has since re- :coming' election,.whether that nomination The! boys, it will be ,remembered,, C.. E. YOWELL,' the' nature of tills variety, but passed heavier this year for'one thing, thena
shall bo respected or whether organized the first of August with .' County SuperIntendent I the acid test, 13.96,'as against the required I number of new groves have com
PerMina. you 'are now willing to admit that this goal is sight; then"the Students I 8, that is, eight part solid to Into 'the Exchange. W* expect to employ
' <.' been construed to mean in effect.that sod bolted the party in 1916 when Army Training Corps began taking son will bold center, supported' bY' one part-acid. Grapefruit is testing 30 hands in. the packing house
because it was said I voted for Catts you voted, for Calla and' will do so its toll for their ranks. Notwithstanding Belton Baaa and Bryan Simpson, as '1.9. the required test being 7. Thiscar and two or three picking crews. W.

In November, 1916. (although there again in November, 1918 by votingfor their losses they wen an guards, and Ned Bullock and John will likely be consigned to the have plenty of help now and anticipate
'
11 was no testimony in the case to disclose an independent candidate insteadof easy victory over' Orange county Graham as tackles. Frank Bryan andC. Florida Citrus Exchange, to be sold no difficulty in keeping up our ''r,
such fact) I was not the nominee myself as the Democratic nominee* High in the opening game of the season II. Summers will fill their old places in the highest market probably the force." :
Because of this order the I wish to explain here that I am a and were high in their hopes of I as ends. The list of subs shows 'New York market which, to quote When asked about the price Mr.

1 'County, Commissioners, upon advice Democrat'first, last and all the time, scoring against 'Hillsbor.ugh High, the names of Bill Schilden, 'Ilollie Manager Piano, is ,"crying for ,Parson Piano said grapefruit was going out
'; of special counsel, refused to put my and when the County Commissioners when Col. "Spif" ordered otherwise,' Link' and-Gordon Bullock.: Browns," This fruit was grown' of the state pretty fast, but was hold-
fi name on the official ballot as thenominee I refused to put my name on the ticketas and a ban was placed on all gatherings :The new' team will begin work "by"the Edgwate Farms Company. Ing up very well, and that,"Orange
, because I voted for Catta, in": the nominee"I intended to let my ( forcing the boys to cancel the Monday, looking forward to the oon- A ear of grapefruit from F. H. are as good as gold." 'Ceveral'eacloads
.t 1916 I am therefore placed in the opponent have it, but certain of my game. teat with Plant City, which takes Lawsen's grove will b* sent west, were sold in New.York on Tuesday

; same situation that Catts was placed' friends, without;my' consent, refused .The heaviest brow was yet to come, place at Kissimmee Friday, October likely to. some, point in Ohio. The of this week: for the phenomenal '
J )r when they robbed him of his nomina- to allow this on the ground that I however for Captain Bullock left for 25, (Spanish' tion. owed it m a duty to the people who Stetson University, taking with aim Manager Roberson stated that, they Measrs Jacobs and Anderson, of est and around $17 for the"average:! y, ;

<. When the voters of Osceola county nominated'me and the democrats of Singletary, one of the old reliables of hoped to play Tampa on the home Loughman, and some from Narcootsee. The** were California Valencia.,,
tii"! voted for Catts at the rat of four to this county, to allow my name to'be field on November 2, or if not, on the That car was sent to private and ..Jamaica'oranl'8l.. .This U the '..

1 one, it was not necessarily, because placed upon the ballot to"give thema recognised'the 9th, and St. Augustine. at St. Augustine I market to be,disposed of at a fancy highest price. ever recorded in i market
they admired Catts above all others, chance 'to uphold the voice of the losing they were In no wise discouraged on the 16th.A price. ' history. .*

"but it'was upon the principal that the people in tho primary.My and consoled themselves with : game with St. Petersburg .la arranged Next week: the Exchange expects; 31 r. Piano, who is, beginning his _
people In the primary had chosen him name will be'printed on the official the philosophy that if Kissimmee was for November 23,'to be,,played to handle two cars per day and will third year as. manager of the Exchange "; r

t. t?* the nominee and they were going ballot and when election day giving her men to the S.A. T. C., so at St. Petersburg. begin with the fruit In the Partin has had a wide experience in ,'4
'!,, te stand by that nomination. comes, I.hope yon will \all go to the were other schools also and their There will be return games with settlement belonging! to Messrs. handling fruits extending through a
q4 ,, I was nominated by the face of the polls and vindicate the sancity of the chances of ultimate victory would remain Plant City on their field and with Orlando L. E. Partin and Thurben. Manager number of years in. California mar- t
primary returns; I was certified l to will of the people Very respectfully In the same ratio. on the local's grounds, both of Piano sends one or two samples of kets, and for seven or eight years

r .the_ Secretary of State by the County ,_ 'B.. H. GUY. Murray Overstreet will lead the these will likely be called after fruit to Orlando for acid test, every connected with the Florida Citrus {
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new' organization as captain with Thanksgiving. day. These samples must include six Exchange and
Y CET OFFICIAL LANDINGa would fall far short of her opportunity ' Roscoe Roberson, manager. Over The ball enthusiasts here admire grapefruit and twelve oranges ,each organization look forward to a. prosperous '
"
KISSIMMEE' if she failed to qualify for an official street will take Bullock's place as fullback the grit displayed by the boys end from a different tree and it is desir- year under his direction.
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landing'*place for the air,, men. and both men will drill the are supporting them in every way .. ---- -

, "Let every man who can possibly do team (n signal work. Roberson will possible. LEARN THE FIRE SIGNALS 1 ROAD. MASTER.. E. HALEY
Just when Kissimmee congratulated -
so arrange his duties that he may be keep his place.as quarter back as will SELLING LIBERTY BONDS
herself on having a most desirable on hand Thursday at 8 a'm. and takea alse LeRoy 'Lesley, left half. Right There will be no meeting of Gen- SAYS FIRE CHIEF LUPFER -"- .. I

;landing place for the flyers from Arcadia'e -. part in making Kissimmee' the half will be filled by Walter Bass,'an eral O. O. Howard Post No. 35, Dept.of Learn ward-signals to the fire B.' E. Haley, road master of Kissimmee

: schools Lake Tohopekaliga and inundate best landing place in this vicinity., old experienced line man. The line Florida on Saturday: October 19. department your so says Fire Chief Lup- was up here Tuesday calling Rai
,"Sleeping Tiger.awoke will present,few changes. Irlo Bron14 By order of W. T. Vail, Com. the Section people for Liberty
the field necessitating the selection BLAME IT ON THE KAISER.It ..... .... fer, Jr., of the Kissimmee Volunteer on '
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wish Loan Bonds and managed escape
complete
if
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Fire Department you
of another not be generally known bythe1 :
may with bondsubscriptions to The
Last. Spnday Lieutenants Sullivan residents of the Mabbette street protection from this important H. D. Durant,. .;
amount of
MILLS FIXED BY COUNCIL the city. In- event of $1,800,
of ;
and Logan of Dora Field were, visif' section of this city why they have .' department'''the at,the switchboard foreman subscribing $400, and the
shown the field fire employees
tore here and were on a
been deprived of .treet nights, ever
bore.the remainder.
w ten section l
'the St. 'CJJ road: opposite the, W. burned out by or at the Are/ station might of i'.x
since the burners were weredoing a good ;
Besides this they
' "Wf, :Carsorf their>f arm.complete The officers satisfaction expressed lightning some weeka.ago. Just lay AS RATE FOR 1918 TAXES be would able be to give impossible your ward for signal.them to It part buying W. S., S.-Lake Mary
= the fault on the kaiser, for our government Items in Sanford Herald.
this ground both as to its loon' know the location of every resident ',
with is so busy\ fitting up cantonments Haley has made a thor :
and the general layout of thee wallop here, that is your duty. The lack ofa Captain
: etc., to train an army to --- his district-for the
At the adjourned'meeting of the For Fire Department Fund, V4 mill. correct call Tuesday when the fire ough canvas of
. e!., him and his whole gang, that, ,It and' his record is 10 a
very
: sale of bonds !
Some cleaning; up will! be required i. will not allow that sized burners' to city council. held last night, the following For Cemetery Fund, % mill. laddies were sent on a wild goose hale '.,; rfn- :}
y of,course, and eight or ten.old trees be purchased _by any one not even resolution fixing the millage For Publicity Fund H mill.. chase showed the necessity .of every nearly 100 combined per cent with his's; .*. '
oust removed.. There is stretch: Kissimmee until- need, of the For Street Light Fund 2 mills. resident\ learning his ward, then incase ning ways
every
I : on all the :real and personal property be proportions, admirably fit him forthe
would
call
the old race course in the field that army is;'supplied. As soon'as the For Interest Municipal Bonds V4 of fire the correct of collector for Uncle I'I'tic "
w# iji aequirwe: filling before Kisimee. government is supplied then 'cities in Kissimmee for the ensuing year mill., made. position' ';
ed"itxpeotto be 'accepted as will be able to purchase the.era\ was adopted: For Sinking' Fund' Municipal. Incidentally, the boys located the Sam... 6
designated landing place. :a, 'n and South ''Kissimmee'streets' will be Resolved; That the, following tax .Bonds, % mill. blaze: Tuesday, a small roof fire atthho .... ..
r f Mayor, : J. S. Cadet has appointed lighted as of .. ". rate be, and the same is hereby levied : For Sinking Fund Electric Light on Bay street; occupied by 1 simmee. Two blasts.' /II
;\Thursday morning,as 'a convenient : .. : yore. upon all the property"Real and Personal Bonds, U mill. I John Barber, and extinguished it be. I Ward 3-outh'- -Kis.i- -' Ulleo.' Three' ,.
time for this work, and is calling: Lieutenants Sullivan,and Logan,of described in the. ....e.ament'rollfor '. For Interest General Notes, 1 'mill. for any' great damage was, done. blasts.
;' i'volunteers.;. ".The meet'crew': will DolT 'Field, near Arcadia;, flew here the year 1918, a''follows: .t For, SinldD ',Fund". ,General Notes, This,is the first.fir in Kisulmmee. in Ward ."-Mabb tie street and West-.

i ,lput"to work::,and it.u desirable Sunday' on .official business at Kis :For General. Revenue, Fundj) :I'MU Y2 mill.' four months. Kisslmmee.. Four' blasts.
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other; teams b*'on,band'for the simmee and :St. Cloud-and spent several UIa.c For Interest .Water and Light The signals'should be' given as follows , '
u.:. .Yr benrs with. ,friends.. Both, fields For.Street Fund; '1J/J mills. Bonds milt.: t. : ;, Harold Itenberg returned to the'
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.The officers 'in'' e command .of' the at.Arcadia. : are under',quarantine and Fr Street.Fund, \\A\ mills. "* For Sinking1. Fond Water. ,and. Light Ward) --Waters 'A eaTao- ', :grocery State'University at Gainesville Sun. '
hools' at, Arcadia: greatly favor there ,will,be no more cross. \Country For.School fund, y 'mills.;' v- Bonds; % 'miL-J! : store to Midland,By Oh blast day, after ..pending'week' with.jU#l

.:,,country"" . flights' '' .&114- ,, .this; city flying for some time.. For BanItaryFund-lmills., . Total, .,.:14'mUlL t' r.. Ward: 2-Midland' Ry.,:North! Kls- parent her*. .'=""-..,' .. 'LV
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TWO THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY OCTOBER 18, 1918 ::'
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TALENT TEA. ;: :,}\t
IN MEMORIAM.
"TR. Caldwell's 5P ANISH INFLUENZA ."THREE
has "
Syrup Pepsin Whereas, Gqd; in His infinite, wisdom (Written for Last Week.)

n : 'J- proved more satisfactory than t DAY FEVER" OR THE FLU" has redeemed from our midst One 'of the pleasant social events ';1

,, .
Sister Mahala Edwards, one of our of the season was the Talent T ea given "

1 It I j:4:; y\ any other laxative I have ever used. The other faithful and devoted members. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. "
: Epidemic Probably Not la' Germ Still Unknown ,
Spanish
Origin
People
members Resolved, That we extend'our sympathy L Overstreet Friday afternoon, to< the
) of
also
it and
i<.1" my family use we recommend Should Guard Against "Droplet Infection"Surgeon General Blue Makes to the bereaved family* of the MIssionery Society and its friends. j'

:,.k:l' it highly." Authoritive StatementIn deceased, and< ,: that our charter, be Mrs.: Overstreet, Mrs John Bron.

: ,' t /From a letter to Dr. Caldwell written by\ -- draped for a period of 30 days. son and Mrs. Lane Patrfk were 4

r JT I' Charlei Fentke, 5005 N.Sth Street, IIt response toa, request for defln- with influenza feels nick rather sud Sister Edwards ,will be greatly hostesses and arranged an interesting -, :a-
: ,V Philadelphia, Pa. / nite missed from -our circle: but with the of muslclal unmbers -
f" ',1 information concerning Spanish 'denly. lie feels weak, has pains in program .. ,::
j influenza belief our loss is her gain, we ,leave and readings. Mrs. G. M.
L. 1 ; Surgeon General Rupert the eyes, ears, head or back, and maLe \,
Caldwell Bine of the U. S. Public, Health Service Bore all over. Many patients feel! her in the hands of our Heavenly .Shearouse'rendered a. brilliant'ia o '

Dr. .: has authorized! the following, official dizzy; some vomit. Moat -of the pa Father. Signed by the committee. selection, "Berceuse," from, Jocelyn; ,.I
Interview ALICE THRASHER, Misses Lillian Prentis and Helen
: dents complain of feeling chilly, and '
'
What is ,Spanish Influenza? Is it with',this comes a fever in, which the BELLE MODI, Bass played a charming piano duet
:f' Syrup Pepsin something'' new? Does it come from temperature rises to 100 to 10In& AMANDA A. WEMPLE. and Miss Vivyen BriggS sang two ,
'
Spain t r most cases the, pulse remains relatively delightful vocal numbers, ,"The Song

j'I The Perfect Laxative : The disease now occuring in this ''low. RESULTS WILL, of'Songs for Me" and "The Little

country called "Spanish In uenza" I' In. .appearance one ,is struck by the STARTLE KISSIMMEE Irish Girl: ," latter 'unaccompanied,

resembles, avery contagious kind'' of fact that the patient looks sick. His and Miss Helen Bass, one of Kissim-

._ Sold Druggists Everywhere: ti "cold") accompanied by fever, pains j eyes and the'Inner wide of the eyelids People report quick results froi mee'a popular young' readers delighted ;

In the head, eyes, ears, back' or other may be slightly "bloodshot ," or "con pure Lavoptfk eye wash. A.girl with the guests with "Mrs. Bodkin's
50 cts. (a EE; ) $1.00 weak; strained eyes was .helped .by I
: .. ,,,' parts of the body, and,a feeling of,,severe J gealed,". as the doctors say There ONE application. Her mother coutdnot Debut. _
,lckness.- In most of the cases may' be running'' from the nose: ,, or sew or read because of eye pains.In A contest which tested the knowledge -

A combination of simple' laxative herbs with I the symptons disappear after three +there may be some .c ugh. These one'week her trouble was gone. ,A of-recent, Sunday School lessons
or four days, the patient rapidly' recovering ' signs of a cold may not ,be marked; small bottle of Lavoptik guaranteedto provided further entertainment, and
'
pepsin that 'acts in an .easy, mtural: way, and is ; some, of the patients, however nevertheless: the indent: Cooke and help inflamed EVERY..yes.CASE ONE weak WASH!strainedor startles the afternoon closed with an'' InC)rm.. '

as safe for children as it is positively effective''' bon develop pneumonia, or Inflama- feels, very sick., ,with its quick results. Aluminumeye at) hour when refreshments'' fruit .
Lion of the ear, or meningitis, and In''addition to the Appearance and sahd wafers and tea served.
the strongestconstitution.: A trial bottle '> cup FREE.'' Central Drug SUre.; ,: were r
,' many of these complicated cases die. the symptons as already described, : ,About forty guests attended the. '
,
:' c' can be obtained' free of f charge by writing to Whether this so-called "Spanish" 1 Influenza 1 examinetion of the patient's blood Liberty Bonds or,Liberty Bound,J meeting'' and a generous offering ..was"" .

[j .. Dr. W. 'B. Caldwell, 458 Washington Street is ,identical with the epidemics itiuy\ aid the physician 'in recognizing which will you have it? added to the treasury of the society.' .
,
i of influenza os earlier years 11$ hot "Spanish, influenza," for it has been 'kI
fe' Monticello, Illinois. ? !yet known. found\ that in this disease the numberof I Help the Boys to "Carry On." Buy Liberty Bonds' r;

e -- Epidemics of influenza have visited white corpuscles how little or no ---0
r t this country since 1G47. It is inter- increase'above the normal. It is pos ? Kfr0 ***< PP4g4POOP0'

; : I LETTERS FROM OUR SOLDIER ,AND SAILOR BOYS I esting to know that this first epidemic sible that laboratory; Investigations
i' was brought here from Valencia, now being made through the National -

,, T Spain. Since that time ,there have Research Council and the United I Tax Notice I
CAPT., FRANK VANS ACNEW over 48 rre interned r.ftcr 12 months been numerous epidemics of the dis-, States Hygienic Laboratory will furnish -

WRITES FROM HUN PRISON captivity. I have put in nearly ,7 ease. In 1889 and 1890 an epidemicof a more certain! way in which Individual -

months -already.In influenza, starting someyhere" in cases of this disease can be .

'e The following letter vas receivedby the meantime we are having delightful the Orient, spread first to Russia,and recognized .

weather and in this camp, thence over practically the, entire civilized What is the Course of the Disease? '
Mrs. Corbett, of London, England, Notice is hereby given that the
have
we quite a pleasant timeenough ; world. Three years later there ,
from brother Frank Vans Do People Die of it?
her Capt., food, enough{ exerciseenough '
was another flare-up of the disease.
t ,t Agnew, formerly postmaster of Kis- to read, and plenty of fun, concerts, I Both times the epidemics spread Ordinarily, the fever lasts from Tax Books of Osceola County will (
I
7 eimmee, and forwarded to Mr. E. G. cinemas, chess, bridge, tennis, so do widely over the United States. three to'four days and the patient ru-

Vans Agnew of this office. ,not think I am languishing in sorrow Although the present epidemic is covers. But :while the proportion of be open for collection on November x; !_

t I have walked to the hospital downtown called "Spanish Influenza," there ,is deaths in the present epidemic has

Captain Vans Agnew was taken three times a week. I find i it no reason to believe that it originated generally been low, in some placesthe first. I am now ready to furnish tax -t.
by the Germans outbreak l been
prisoner seven most interesting and the treatment in Spain. Some writers' who have Chas/ severe aijd

t \ months ago, since, which time he has quite beneficial on the whole. studied the question, believe that the deaths have been numerous. When estimates. In writing about taxes always '
been confined in prison camps in that i epidemic came from, the Orient and death occurs it in usually the result

t country: LETTER FROM B. F. COBB, JR. they call attention to the' fact that of a complication.What .
' June 15, 1918. Somewhere in ,France, Sept. 19, 1918. the Germans mention the disease as Causes the Disease and How give a complete description of

; I have had no letters since i last To' the Valley Gazette: occuring along the eastern front in is it Spread?

) wrote and very few t.re coming to the!! I .have just received' the Gazette, the summer and fall of 1917. Bacteriologists who have studied your property and enclose postagefor

', camp for anyone. Parcels come, and thank,the sender very much. I How Can "Spanish Influenza"Be influenza epidemics the past have

'' though, aa you may see by the return! read It from top to bottom' and am Recognized? found in many of the cases a very reply. A discount of 2 per cent

:1' post cards, which I always send. Will saving it for chauffeur Sam Prather, small rod-shaped germ called, after fc
There is certain way in
you, 'please, send me enough good and I know he will be glad to see it which a single as yet case no of "Spanish in- I its discoverer, Pfeiffer's bacillus. In will be'''allowed on all taxes paid, during '
i sole leather to sole and heal a pair of We are doing some work here now other cases of appearantly the same

"I boots, as it is ,impossible to get here, We are working on airplanes in an ftuenz hand can, recognition be recognized is easy; on.theother where I kind ()f disease there were found the month of November.C.
.
y and again I will mention my unfortunate English campI have' helped to in- contrastto pneumococci, the germs of lobar
there; is agfoup of cases. In
; slacks" and the pair of boots i stall one Liberty motor and we turned the outbreaks of ordinary coughs pneumonia. Still others have been I L. BANDY

t which went astray and have ,not turn It cat in 12 hours, ready for the and colds!, which usually occur'in the caused by streptococci, and by other ,
t
ed erectors, and in two hours itwas flying
with
up. germs long names. '
cold months, epidemics of influenza
Tax Collector.
Yesterday a Swiss Commission high. 'at of the ,No matter what particular kind of
'may occur season ,
4 came here for the French, and, to my It 'is mighty disagreeable weather thus the present any epidemic raged year most germ causes the epidemic, it is now t il2.9t
.- astonishment. I and three other British here now. It rains about half the believed that influenza has always
in in June and
intensely Europe May
i; l officers were sent for to' be examined time and the mud is a, sight. It is''' from _
July. Moreover, in the case of ordi- spread person to person, the -- ---,- _ .J ___
''; by them. They put me down for not as nice here ns it was in England.i
nary colds. the general : symptons germs being carried with the air ooU, ooouo 00 0 D OCI oou 0 0 OOOOO+OH >D+OoUOOOOHOOOOOO 00 r
"internment," as" before; and this We had a nice time while. in England, along with the 'very small droplets of '
(fever, pain, depression) are by no
Commission, 'behlg' foi' the French, and I was in, several of thelargest mucus, expelled by coughing for s
I means as severe<< or as sudden.i Jn their
has no power to send anywhere.; cities, especially:\Liverpool ,!i and;',Lon<, :" sneezing, forceful talking,/'and.,-the 1
Is' ;*'*\W' ,*"*,I'"t''A'1"I'i'/; "i"v"c> ":*, i.1' ,*, onset as theylareinlinfluenza,4: \ ? Fin .
:All they can do to send us before don like, by one ,who already has the
colds do not spread
ally, ordinary
v another Comission at Aachen, where I see in the paper where :you .had the gems of,the disease. They may also '
through community rapidly
or
f; we may be reCused'again as I am some airplanes flying over there, too. so extensively as does Influenza so : be> carried about in the air in the License NoticeAll .
'' convinced that the Commission thereis There are so corny here we don't pay w

all guess work. Still it is another any attention to them. I have been In most cases a person----taken----_.sick.._ (Continued.. :<< on:_Page.Three.:.>____.
-
chance and I shall leap at it if it up several times and have been in a

,z comes. crash or two but vies not hurt very had given him presumably for his In this old place the crusaders er.

t' The prisoners of War Conference much, except the pilot, one time. poor, starving orphans. Rake-off and ected an'altar, and today over this

at the Hague is most interesting for Well I will say good-bye. As ever, graft I So open' 'and flagrant that it rock is built the gorgeous and glittering

us. Even: If they agree bn the same B. F. COBB, Jr. would have put to shame an old Tammany mosque of Omar, which sparkles occupational license taxes

terms as the German-French agiee 840 Aero Squadron, U. S':Air Service, Hall leader. in the sun as if dotted with millions

4 ment, we shall be much better off. In No: 398, Independent Forces, R. A.. My first afternoon visiting and seeing of precious stone, because the due and
this agreement: officers, and men of F., France. the gaudy tinsel of the so-called entire outside surface is covered with are payable October 1 st.
r ------- ----- -------------------- ---------- -- - - - - - sacred left with
place me a feelingof mosaic.
it*; disgust, for the quarreling and The Moslems maintain that be- Information will be filed against r
FINDS HOLY CITY FULL
OF wranghngs of the grasping, dishonest neath this rock is the "Well of Souls" .

: religious leaders, fills ,one with -where the souls of all the Moslem
k'F: SMELLS AND OF BEGGARS contempt and pity. dead assemble twice a week to pray, every person required to pay ,occupation -

I As I returned, the hotel I heardone and Mohammed himself once declared '

;a z 'BY CHARLES W. WHITEHAIR. ed, cheatnig and lying population has of the British officers say that he that one prayer .here was better tax' who ,has not done
had been down into the city than thousand elsewhere.The ,
N. E. A. Special Correspondent to the been fighting,, over so-called holy among a
British Front in Palestine. places. I the saints and the sinners, and while rock itself is 59 feet long and so on October 31st 1918.. After'

The strife between Greek and Latin I he could get along with the sinners, 44 feet wide, underneath it is a small ,

priests have been most acute, although the Lord deliver him' from the saints, cavern about 15 feet square where that date
Y ; Here we are within tire inner walls The little the, license. will be
Armenians have in for narrow thoroughfares are some maintain masonry was first instituted
t of the most famous city of history come S
crowded with and here and
people, Solomon.
by King
their share
soon not only famous, but the most Cf! the quarrels. there it'is necessary to crouch against Shortly after the capture of Jerusalem doubled in "addition to fees of '
Take for instance
sacred city in all the world. For Jeru- the Church of
L the walt to let the camels and donkeys a group of ,New Zealand Masons
salem is sacred to the Jew Christian the Holy Sepulchre. The tomb where
{ "* | Christ is in charge of their' yelling Moslem by liberal bribes to the shiek in ,, Sheriff Clerk and
and Moslem. supposed to have been laid Prosecuting '
drivers
get by. charge of the got permission
Through the centuries more blood I is looked after by the Greek priestsand mosque ,
Every conceivable language under to down into this little ;
': has, been shed for the possession for partly by the Latin, and also by the go mystical Attorney. If in doubt to
the Armenians sun is spoken, with the possible chamber, and there 32 New Zealand. as your
Jerusalem than over any other spot and if one priest
exception of German. It is estimated ere held a Masonic meeting.
t in the world, and yet it is rot a large should happen to step out of the part that least i
at license
fifty different languagesare consult Tax Collector
city, but before the present'war, the of the building allotted to.the others, constantly used. Throughout the world of Masonry : or
total population was only about, 100- a squabble ensues, and in a numberof in modern times no worshipful 'master '

'000. cases, in the past, men have been Under Turk Misrule. has opened his lodge in quite so '' Prosecuting Attorney before date

n ; We entered Jerusalem through the killed in these fights. The joker of As I became well accustomed to historical, a spot.KISSIMMEE.

I '! Jam gate, the only one a carriage orstar the whole thing is that the sultan of the variety of putrid smells, and real. S mentioned. No exception 'will be
Ized that over 400 of Turkish
holds the title years
motor can enter. As I went down Turkey of the Church BUSINESS MAN '
:' of the Holy Sepulchre. injustice had sway over the city, I r
into the city I was much surprised to :
- commenced to realize that SINGS PRAISES. made and will
: one must :arrests immed-
find its streets nothing,more than lit- At present the different priests are ,
,; tjf alleys, not more than 4 to6 feet living quietly together. because they take a deeper look than the mere,apr-\ ; : '
face'to' see the real charm that will I I suffered fo with stomach ,
'; wide, and in many cases built through are, not pentiittel to do otherwise. I years lately follow failure 'to this
always be an intricate part of this trouble and gas continually ,Doctors : pay
;, and pnder the buildings. Id the Church of the Holy Sepul- I ,
most historical spot. thought I had stomach ulcer or can
I Musty and Smelly.Gojng I chre, a little Syrian lad had forced The most beautiful and interesting I'cer. Alter last attack they advised tax before October 31st.W. .

down' through these long: himself on to me as guide, and they place in all the city is what is knownas going to Rochester, Minn., for an 'op- : I
narrow; dark passageways, are musty always sUck closer tlir.n: fleas.
the Harn-sek-Sherif, "Palace of eration. :A friend advised. trying .
and smelly. The Holy City commence Disgusting Graft. the Temple. Mayr'e Wonderful Remedy, which I : .. >
to lose some of its charm, for after {At one of the presumably sacred This : -
is occupied by numerous did,and I cannot, sing its praises too ,
all if Is a bit hard to think of a places in the church, a priest had buildings and I eat
surrounded by a walL highly as can ,now anything : ,B.ICRAWFORD "
city aa holy and sacred when itt begged alms for his poor orphans, This area has' been a sacred spot .nJ everything.." It is .a simple, ,

r smell vilely, and ia, crowded with a and although I realized that it was even before Jerusalem became a city hafra esa preparation r removes : -"" Prosecuting '

dirty*and begging 'population. all 'Huff," I gave him a few coppers, for it was here King David erected the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal : Attorney.: a

w Before the 'war of the 100,000 people merely to get rid of his pestering. As hi is altar. 'tract and'allays the inflammation C. L. BANDY I I.to.oft

in Jerusalem, 66,000 were Jews, I moved away to the next place, I On this site Solomon built his magiflcent which causes practically alf stomach, : ,

,and of this number ojer,,two-thirds missed for.moment my self-ap temple. liver and !intestinal:ailments, including : Tax; Collector., i 'se

"wer*' living on-outside,,charity. The pointed guide, and looking.around I In this locality is the great rock appendicitis. On dose will con- : .. ,.

: htMI.n'population': Ja IItt1.'bettei, found that ire was forcing the priestto that, bore 'the burnt offerings. the Tine* or money 'reundecL'fO'J:. Z.,Rob- : .. '. :

'nd\ literally, }for. yeara,thia uneducat- ,,give..hlm'.half.. the"'money..whlch', I old Israelites. enon, druggists, v ,..: .'' -,,,-,_ -" , "
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THE KISSIMMEE 'VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY.; OCTOBER 18, ItlS "THREE' ..

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fklnds. It U Important that the body Where crowding Is unavoidable, a* 4

;::1, RUMINATIONS OF REX I be kept' strong and able to fight off' in street can,care should be taken to

4it ,disease germs. This can be done by keep the face so turned as not to.inhale

I having a proper proportion of work, directly the air breathed out. >y'
4t I I Rex is once moro in his Kissimmee' time to re-establish the lights. The play, and rest, by keeping the body another person.
home,and the first night of his arrival burg to be in its usual good
appears
well clothed and by It Is
eating sufficient, especially important to be.
t Iv Your U .! behold the city was dark indeed-. shape in the day time, but 0, these wholesome, and properly selected ware of the person who coughs of

/{;flat an electric light burning. On go- 'nights. I expect we'll have'to lay it food. In connection with diet, It !I. sneezes without cov.rina', his. mouthor

Ing about' among the citizens; the next all to the wicked old huns and roast well 'to remember that milk is one of nose. It also follows that one

feelings area day he heard the powers that be severely them well, for they deserve 'it. the best all-round foods obtainablefor should keep out of crowd. and stuffy
condemned for permittingsuch We received a letter'from the lion. i .
adults as children. placef much
well as So as as possible, keep
bettetit conditions to exist and if there W. J. lie is to meet with .
no contention far as a disease like Influenza Is'concerned homes, offices, and workshops well
could be an election with' the peopleIn this. year. Our Joe is chairmanof health authorities everywhere aired, spend some time out of door '

t than I their present state of minds, the one of the, mostImportant con- recognize the very close relation between each day, walk to work if at all praytieablein

guide Ins would certainly pass out under greasional committees. Well done.' its spread and overcrowded short make every possible

the severest condemnation; It io We're are watching you, and the people lomea. While it Is, not always poser effort to breathe as much pure air as

a ody's''usayso" Il rumored that the storm injured ,the 1 of Osceola 'county are proud, of bte, especially in times like the present possible."Cover.
t x
'
wires, but admitting that such was your record.
to avoid such overcrowding:, people up each couch and sneese,
AIlI I the case,!"said storm only continued The democratic rooster during all should consider the health dangerand If you don't you'll spread 01......"

one night, and September a storm/! this confusion holds his own in splen- make every effort, to.reduce the ,

month, should] have been made ready di shape. He says our-Joo is fighting overcrowding to'a minimum. 'The drove'* Tateles chill Tonic

Ii. 1 for one gentleman told' me that his for his country In the very best value 'of fresh air
through open win- dMttor the malarial..nn.which an tmumhtad .
wife was afraid to have him absent of shape and is worth more where he dews cannot be over emphasised.. to the blood by tb.Malaria"_wIG. Prim seaFlorida's ,

;; from home of a night during the con Is than fifty men would be in the --.-- .. '
- - -
tinuance of tho dark period. The only field. His shout of defiance: at the -

way to excuse themselves during the old kaiser is heard 'both ;loud and ..

: dark period would have .been to have deep, and ho says that he knew .when '

renewed! the lights at the earliest our boys got over there the Germans. Duty to the

possible convenience, and if this was would have to set our boys trying to

done, all, Rex can say is that, the city catch their coal lands.
+
+ being placed in a condition that such -

u : delay was a necessity, shows a lack '' Fourth Liberty LoanFlorida's
r JquJTI of preparation which was certainly HOW DOCTORS TRE TCOLDS'

not'speaking a good word for those

that controlled, city affairs. Floweryexcuses AND GRIPPE .

will not answer the people's tons on the fighting front are doing their duly\ nobly;

:complaint. Thieves end rogues have; Ask any physician or druggist and Florida's 'people left at home 'can and will do their share to' win
I had their chance and if they failed to he will tell fOu'that the best and only a

} I II IIr take advantage of it, the fault was effective remedy for a bad cold, sore the war.
throat, influenza or la grippe is what '
with them and not with those whose
he calls "a brisk calomel The Fourth Liberty Loan mutt be put over enthusiastically and
I duty duty it was to protect the city. purge, .
CEATHOFR NK TATMANThe which means'''a big dose of calomel at quickly, and Florida should lead in it. -
r FEEL MISERABLE I I have one letter to offer. It's a doing ,
body of Frank Tatman, a for- little mixed, but its a cood fellow bed t time. but as calomel
mer well known citizen of Klsslm- who writes: has some very unpleasant and dangerous Let's all .do not only our bit but our' best, and do it without. .

,rc FROM THAT COLD? mee, was brought here Saturday At the Front I Sept. 29, 1918. qualities physicians and druggists delay. .

from Chattahoochee, where he has Dear Father and Mother-I will are now recommending the Im-. .
bcen.en inmate of the asylum for the proved nausea leu calomel, called'Calotabs"
to write while awaiting.
try .we era
'Golds and coughs are quickly: which is WILSON & .TOOMER.ffRTILlZfR CO.
relieved Dr. insane, for some time. From the way you write these dev- purified and refined -
by King'sNew' His death was caused by from the sickening and dangerous -
pneumonia ilish huns have given you_ a worse Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizers
Discovery < effects and whose medicinal
following Spanish Influenza, scare than they have usmy; main wish virtues -.

Nobody feel "perfectly tnls* The Reverend Kirkby conductedthe Is to get' at them, and be allowed to ; are vastly improved Jacksonville, Fla.

erable"from a cold, cough: or bronchial funeral services from the Thompson wind ,them and their infernal war up One Calotab on the tongue at bedtime

attack for very! long. For it take only, undertaking! parlors Sunday afternoon at the same time. We have just got with a wallow of water-that's
a little while to relieve Ie and backon all. No salts the
,
get and the body was interred confidence enough in ourselves to believe no nausea nor slightest -
the road to recovery when Dr. in the Rose Hill interference with your diet,pleas.
ICing's New Di.covery is faithfully cemetery.Mrs that we can clean them up, and
used. It soon loosens the phlegm, re* Alma T. ,Morrison, sister of our fellows, grumble at the leaders ures or work. Next morning your

Levy irritation, soothes the parched, the deceased, and Mrs. C. Butler, of for not giving us n. chance to prove it. cold .has vanished and your entire .

ore Haifa throat brings comfort. Oxford, Ga., his niece, were the only Hand to hand they never have proved system is purified and refreshed.' '"
old
and
century more popular '
Calotab. sold in original
e today than ever. At all druggists. surviving near relatives, and both any match for us, and! Its not very are only
<\ere present at the services. often that they wait long 'enough to sealed packages, price thirtyfivecents. i eC

I! Make Your Bowels Behave Mr. Tatman was a resident of Kisslmme& try it. We found aiiorifr the prisoners Your druggist guarantees r .,
for number of years 'and Calotabs by refunding the price if
Make them function with gratifying a one who could mumblu a littlo I
precision. If regulation of the diet I engaged in the fishing business. His American,' and he said that the officers you ire not delighted (adv.) ::

does not relieve their torpidity Dr. mother, the late Mrs. E. O. Tatum, told them that their fellows! back
King's New Life Pills will. They are I': -SPANISH NFLUENZA-
perfect bowel I trainers. cleanse the being a large property- owner .in the did not amount to anything; that ;

eystem surely, comfortably, city. ? those beasts we're fighting is five to "THKEE DAY FEVER"
]
He was 51 years old at t.he'tlmeofhis one, and that they were saving back "THE FLU." NOV. .

death. their best men for the last struggle.We -

knew that would not do becausewe (Continued from Page/: 2) = : "DIE BACK",

DAVE BRYAN DIES IN JACKSON. captured nearly as many prison- form of dust coming from dried mucus -

( JAcKsONVlUl.fi. VILLE AFTER BRIEF ILLNESS era as we 'have to make an assault from coughing end sneezing, or HERE .

-' with when the hand to hand fighting from careless people who spit on the .
'fJttRThl' -( David Stewart Bryan,, a former comes on. I saw big Jim jump on floor and on the sidewalk. As in ;e
OLDESTESTABUSM&
Jour//ER well known citizen here, and a. memo three ,of them at once,'and he killed most other catching diseases, a per-
''ber'of one of the most prominent Freedom from "Die Back" means a lot to growers '
one wounded one, ,and the third one son who thas only a mild attack of
SCED'IfOU.sIN I families in Florida, died Saturday in who depend on their trees for their income. A year's
FLORIDA I was too badly scared to'run, and I believe the disease himself may give/: a very
a ... i Jasksonville as a result) of pneumonia .in a fair V fight our reginemnt severe attack to others.' :.:,;. set back to young trees does not seem serious at the

kw.YIlM.Y ae.urra"i MrIN : following Spanish Influenza ,,_,i I could,whip one of their brigades. You What Should.Be Done By,l ThoeeWho" time, but it does later when'a year's crop is lost in consequence -

Mr. Bryanvolunteered'in: the..Nab maY;, thlnk.xi' amboasting! well; " '''' Avoid "Die Back" by the uso of .' :',: '': '
; ; .I! per-:' : , Catch ,the Disease riVuMt ; ;::: I.>,i\I!!, '
.
ReservesTaboutf months ..,. . .
val ,six it I ago, ..hepa'lf'am/but'fads'will bearlme up.! .'c It is' '.f' that' "" fiJbdtSilUA--: l" :: I .. :v.J',1;{ ,
and has been. stationed at Jackson' very important every per-
We are fighting for beloved President FertilizersBradley's
a -
Bone
who Bradley's
his'illness son becomes sick with. influentA l
ville. During he was given and people, and they for a hated should home
WE BUY every attention the hospital could old kaiser and that wouldn't go at once and go to
one '
any bed. This will Bone Brands neutral alkaline fer '
to
devise, but seccumbed to the disease I help keep away are or
OLD FALSE TEETHWe on Saturday. Funeral services were I fight hard for such as that ought to dangerous complications and will, at tilizers that do not sour the soil. They make vigorous

pay from $2.00 to $3500 per held from the residence of his brother ,I"be stay.tied at home to ma's,. and as the old .saying. The..uI the same time, keep ,the patient from productive trees that bear early. They maintain heavy'
strings.
set (broken lots). We also pay ac- Senator Nathan P. Bryan, and the I final battle we are apron ready and anxious scattering the disease far and, wide.It production as the trees grow older They insure you
is highly desirable that none be
profits.
body was interred in Evergreen cemetery for and if we don't ..
rod give a good ac- alowed
to sleep in the same room
members: of the Naval Reserve count of ourselves, name ain't "CM t run Culture" I I. a book of practical
once by parcel post and receive cash 'force acting as pall bearers. my; : with the patient. In fact, no one but Information based on Florida .perl.noe. '. 'f
Dick Russell, and think what I've; al the It will be sent.. to rrova owners on requtat.:
by return mail.MAZER'S nurse should be allowed in the
yir. had finished education
Bryan a -
been called and I'm fellow
ways a
TOOTH SPECIALTYDept. I including law. He was admitted I room. BRADLEY FERTILIZER WORKS k
t loves the dinner call cs well as
X. 2007 So. 5th St. Philadelphia to the bar and practiced fof,, If there is cough and sputum or . }s
the best of them the .
and next thingI F. C. BRADLEY Local Manager -
the ,
running of eyes and nose, care
awhile but preferred agriculture, and like to is them fellows advanc-: $
', see should be taken that all such dis- 920 Heard Bldg. Jacksonville FU.
DARTING; PIERCINGSCIATIC devoted himself to that occupation ,
I' ing, expecting( to drive us out of some
for the last few years of,his life. ,He I,plave we've captured. They move in charges are collected on bits of gauzeor ......dlar)'of Th American Agricultural Cbamlcal Com pa or

raised a crop of potatoes at Camp rag or paper napkins and burled.If .
) order until within
splendid they come -
PAINS I i [ the patient complains of fever and
Hammock this in connection
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year of rifles th
i range our n.they stop headache >, -
he should be given water
with the Carson Cattle Company
to what's the '
He was the youngest son of Hon. and apparently we double see quick towards matter them to drink, a cold compress of. the forehead C. A. CARSON, President N.. C. BRYAN. Secretary

'Give 'Way before the penetrating John M. Bryan, who was. a member and they get away' from theta, and and a light sponge. Only such
effects of Sloan'. 'of the Florida Legislature than medicine should be given -as is prescribed -
more all we catch is those who are too The Waters & Carson
by the doctor. It is foolish
Liniment 'I 20 years, and on the railroad commission slow or afraid to run. They have
!I of Florida for six to ask the druggist to prescribe and 1
yeais.Other off with dare. i
I never yet run us a 1
''near surviving' relatives are may be dangerous tp take the so- %
r Roll call all right. Good bye.
So do.thoee rheumatic twinge and five sisters: Mrs. C. A. Carson; and Your son, DICK. I called "safe, sure. and harmless"remedies Grocery Company
the loi .chee of lumbago the nerve- advertised by patent medicinemanufacturers.
Inflammation of neuritis, the wry neck Mrs. B. B. Simpson, of Kissimmee,
:
the joint wrench the Mrs. R. M. Price of Key West, Mrs. Rex ouly temporarily left Mr. .
the musclo strain and the throng L. R. Milton, and Miss Nancy Call Acree's, and it was with deep regret I If the patient is so situated that he !'

bruise. Bryan, of Jacksonville, and two that business of an important nature can be attended only by some one Wholesale and Retail Dealers in t

t The ease of applying;, the quicknese brothers, Senator N. P. Bryan of I called him away.Continued i who musts also look after others in
it relief the results the clean
positive ,
linen, and the economy of Sloan's Jacksonville, and John R. Bryan, of I rains create a feeling of the family, it Is'advisable that such 'GROCERIESS

Liniment make ituaiver.allypreferred..IV'VVYOUR 'Dania.. almost melancholy. Here we're on attendant wear a wrapper, apron, or .
,
The deceased was 30 old at gown over the ordinary house clothes
years the high dry place resided on by the
dealh. while in the sick room, and .lip this .
the time of his
and
acreo family. You can let it rain (( 'f
never feel any evil effects from it if' off when .leaving to look after the . e . . 0 . . . . 00000 0 . . . . .
PRIVATE HENRY C. JOHNS others.. M #,
you get wet, but in the city, every
Nurses and 'attendants will do well WE SELLS 0 WE BUT w
V VICTIM OF INFLUENZA drop of water that strikes you seems 4
I I Ito be calling something bad, and, to guard against breathing in dan- HAY . .

FORTUNE Henry Cooper Johns, one of Osceola' these dark nights, and no street gerous disease germs by wearing a HIDES .
I( simple fold of gauze'or.. mask. while GRAIN .. \. .! .
soldiers stationed at Camp lamps make it much more dismal
AT thousand Deoplelook at your face .
( the .. FURS i
:while one glances at your feet-ret- Jackson, near' Columbia, S. C., be-|:(than it would be otherwise. With all near patient. FERTILIZERS 1 t ( '. or 'I M. '
Will A Person Has Had Influenza
Who
yon spend money to keep your shoes came a victim, or Spanish influenza I ,these gloomy prospects coursing WOOL; *..: "':' J"1 ,Tti,9 III
In comdltlon and neglect .your face. ( before catch the Disease Again? j .!! .
last week, and his body was brought) through his mind. Rex pits here tonight SHINGLES .
RED CROSS Sharing Lotion. (theaftershaving burial. I It*is well known that an attack .of .AJfD" ]J 11II
home for
for trying to fix up something
old faces
luxury, makes .
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measles or scarlet fever or smallpox ORANGE BOXES. .
,'
look you and keeps all faces In the Rev Milton conducted the funeral!I next week. A portion of the night .' .ALIi .
," pink of condition. This and other RED services at the home of the deceased's j[was enlivened by the. presence of usually protects a person against another ORANGE WRAPS. ''. .. n
.f CROSS tollot. article sold only by I I but attack of the same disease. COUNTRY
; mother Just outside the north city John and Beau Drawdy, they j t
, ; CENTRAL. DRUG STORE limits, and the body was laid to rest I[went off in'a hard rain. It'* the night This appears,not to,be true of "Span VEGETABLE CRATES M 41
fL PRODUCT '.
ish influenza. to .
, '. I in the Tindall cemetery, in the Boggy of Thursday, October 3rd and appears According newspaper . }
., Sincere Gratitude. reports the King' of,Spain suffered . CRATE NAILS y
'>'j., Creek section, Friday afternoon. : I that it might be the l last In :. .

; Mrs. Wm.t''Bell n.po""lnd., Private ,Johns is, survived by .his some .time that we will have to an attack of influenza duringthe . .,. .,. .. . . . .. ., ... . . . ., ... ". ..

; write: "I deem it my duty to express mother, Mrs. Will"Alderman one sister I write. -' epidemic thirty years ago, and . .

ntf gratitude for the"good1.Chamber 'Mrs. Rogers, and, two'brothers, My information is that Circuit was again stricken during the recent' We sell field and' garden seed oran ldnde.s ._ ,., i t-
i'i. outbreak, in Spain. Wi special attention to fitting out hunting and parties.; r
give camping
and Johns
fl' Iain's Oolia and Diarrhoea Remedy Pearl, Albert Court this year,.for some cause un
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(,. did me when" 'I bad a severe attack'of known to informant, is laid over until How Can Ono Guard .Against Free delivery in l7liu ts. Thone Not.. 12. >

:, diarrhoea three year ago. It was the :A: 'want.ad. in the ,Valley Gazette )late In'November. Believe this Influenza 'W. are county agent for good fertiJi ..... Atk.. for circular and sxteI i'

k* only made ,elieved me.." ,will.;rent your spar rooms., ... ... f:I swill, surely"'give 'our/city" authorities Id .gnardinr l aplnat'!:i.aeaae'.! aU. on fertilizer. *. '(U.''S;,Food AdmblatraHe..... Lkeaw.N*. G.i29ii)i'

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4 pom THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1E. 1918

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KISSIMMEE GAZETTE of this paper was talking: to him on monia following influenza! and his new cases developed here within the r

VALLEY the streets Monday evening :he .received I body was broaght to, Kissimmee for past few hays and Mayor Cadel decided \

three telegrams containing interment' in the family lot at Rose to continue the present ruling

.......... Every Frldq. resignations. The situation is probably I' liill cemetery. His mother Mrs. 3. until no new cases are, reported.
*r Klaalsasseo Taller Oawtte.C..pa.yF1.rlda in office of M. with him
duplicated the every Bailey was at the Urn
Klaalsassee, other Superintendent in Florida. Herein l.o f his death and accompanied t,1e CARD OF THANKS.

Wv B. Harris, President Volusla county alone, since the body here to have it buried beside We desire to express our most R. S.FLOYD

.. B O. v... A.;...., Secretary > schools closed lots spring, over two that of his father and other relatives. heartfelt thanks to;those ,who were / .

) .-.ae.. ...* N.I 11fcarrtotleai hundred and fifty resignations have The remains reached Kissimme so kind to us in the burial of our

i .. Rated come in, and even now, with the Wednesday and, was taken In charge dead son and' brother DeWitt" C.

One.Copyi One Year__.:._____..____$1.00 schools opening Monday there are by Undertaker Thompson. A delegation BaileysEspecially
1 One Copy, Six Months__.__....__ 1.00
pas Copy."Three Month.._.___? 7. hardly more than two teachers ready of Masons followed' it to the do we thank Mr. Crawford -
for every three that are' needed. What cemetery and pronounced the solemn for hi. kind .interest. Groceries and ;

authorised All communications correspondent except. must from our l>e must be the situation in Florida's fif Masonic burial service. Mr. Baileywas May God's richest blessing shower

Ismed by the writer.Itel.cted ty-three other counties.If forty years old. at the time of upon you.
met tor will not be returned
Pleas called for. there are any counties where at his.death. Mrs. J. M. BAILEY r .. ,

(Entered In the I'ostofflce. at Klsslm- similar condition is not seriously disturbing Mrs. Fanny Armstrong, of Tampa, Mrs. R. T. ARMSTRONG.

.nee, Florida, second-class matter.) the peace of superintendents, sister of the deceased was presentat' Fresh Meats .
trustees and''school boards by ex the funeral. WEEKLY RE ORT'OF SALES :

haunting days and sleepless nights, OF 'THRIFT STAMPSA.

I these"counties are indeed blessed, and ,$. E. EVANS. ., 'S. Gilbert, Thrift, ___n____. .< o

thrice blessed. We can see it in no A telegram has been received by Lawrence Tress. Thrift, ___.____ 20 .

sew other way but unless action is: taken Dr. W. B, Witherspoon from Mrs. J. Citizens Bank W. S. 5..,."-::..*. 6\ -.1

r :' at once, newspapers' and all, will be W. Evans bearing the notice of the Thrift, ?..;...________-_._____. 84 Phone 176 302 Broadway .

upon the mourner's bench another passing away of Benjamin, at New- Sanderson jewelry Store, ,$12

year. ; The, day, is coming.' The more ark Ohio. Thursday morning at 7-Sf f) worth.. <

progresive and more efficient of the 'o'clock. Benjamin # was for --about Story Store' Thrift, wi_._;, ._*-.y, 3 1

l younger; teachers, whose enthusiasm four 'years farm .demonstration agent H. C. Stanford Thrift, r-..------- 4 .. v' t

',+ rA1e PRESyP Is largely the life of our' whole sys of Osceola county and had a large acquaintance Wenner-Sawyer Co.. for '

tem and whose loss is a tragedy- finding to whom this will be a pad Presby. Church? W. S.. S.______ 3 _ ':q

: it impossible, under present con- message. He and his mother were Public Schools, W S. S..-._... 38 Get Your Job Printing '[rom' the Valley Gazette -

t FRIDAY df TOBER 18 1918 ditions, to, get in the.schools a'living: esteemed members of the PresbyterIan Thrift/' .__*_-__-,...-.-......168 : .. |
wage "are','many of them either taking .Church', and he was 'an elder anda "' .Woman's H.?G.,' W. S. S...,'____ 17 ------- -- ===>0 ;5Dn.

a' A man who lived .in Osceola county : government positions., or getting! trustee in it: The Valley Gazette Thrift, '____________-_-._-___ 45 00! LOOK FOR TIIM NAMtG IN BOX .OOO i
ready to'take them )oon. Those who I joins the many friends in Kissimmeein W. B; Witherspoon, Chairman.ANNOUNCEMENT .00 ,,CAR LBTTBKH ..0I J. B. S.Lakelaad IIot.MEI
he could not considered a citizen)
1
( .
Florida
;' gives bran new excuse for not subscribing have not gone thus far are seriously bearing hearty condolence to Mrs. O.for Too the of Red the Frost Delldl.g.I..k Haaw'a Practice LlesKed .. "......F. .... r,
+ a considering: such a. step, and in a few I Evans\ to whom' this is a heavy grief .....,. lalrk ....... ...: n..... 1 Diseases .f W.._... ,
( to the Liberty Loan. On being Hooaa, Lakeland. Vim. ,0_. day Rseellesit: ......It.1 '..11 It I... -
canvasser heciaid years the'situation will be altogether Especially so since Benjamin. was her The undersigned hereby: announces :I a.d .1.... ...'.... Hrrvlor Hood OfSeeiSolle t'Hu ....+ Hide. .,
a ,
approached by There is today I R__.. Three I SIS Kmmt M.'. Ht."Offlce t
be3'ond'saving or repair. his candidacy for the office of : "There's no reason why I only child. ('. I.. Ticket 01...... Mine Hide .1 ... .t..ld..... Paoae_ IB
a way to save it--and'; in the Commissioner from the Fifth Com- Ntreet. A. P. HIIAW. 1.......r..t...
should subscribe for bonds nono of I missioner's District of Osceola County .
words of the ancient Hebrew prophet J. J. JOHNSON. OOHOOOOO..O ,
ny family is in the war." This may Florida, to be voted upon at the I.
4 l>e just a case of ignorance or it may'"woe be to the watchman upon the I' J. J. Johnson died yesterday morn General Election to. be held in No-
i wall who sees the danger and shouts vember, 1918. .
either it is inexcusable at his No. 1002 .
not In event ing residence. Seven- In
explanation of candidacy I
not the warning to the people"thatway : my
'l and we believe the Local; Board would is the ratification of the Amendment :I tenth avenue, after a long illness. beg to say: Just following the Primary -
''He I was sixty-three dears of age, and Election in June of this year
Constitu-
interest to Article XII of the
!was born in Illinois, although he .had in1' election contest between the two

.. at the head of the A list In. Class 1. tion, that will give any county right lived in Tanpa) many years. The high candidates for the Democratic
to levy a maximum county school tax nomination of this office occurred. After
0- jfuneral -will beheld this morning at
the'case was tried out and evidence
ARE WE THE WATCHMEN UPON of ten mills. I' 10 o'clock from the residence. The' given by both parties who- ? I
As it if neglect this
'r' THE WALLS we see we W. O. W. will have charge of the service were J. B. Somersett and B. II. Guy r
I matter and do not assist the cam- !!
with Rev. Dr. Patillo of St. Andrew's the Judge of the Circuit Court, Honorable -
paign committees that are crying out James W' Perkins found that ,
On July 19th The Record gave its officiating Mr. Johnson leaves
the danger, the blame for the whole Somersett had the most ballots, but 1
t reasons for the Ten Mill!
supporting widow brothers
a two Clay Johnsonand that both Somersett and Guy were
flood of disaster that will follow will % .
i Constitutional Amendment in the / .t
Keros Johnson, of Kissimmee; disqualified because neither of them ,0" .
1 general election to be held in Novem- be upon us, upon the press, for we are land two sisters, Mrs. Viola Nicho'.s: had voted for the Democratic nominee "
tltlr. We said then and the watchmen upon the walls, and for Governor at the last General
we say now. and Mrs. Mollie Cochran, of Santa
q. the people rightly look to us' for Election; but, on teh contrary each
"no doubt not with 'tr
will
some : agree Clara, Cal. Interment will be made OU&S '
warning. Volusia .County Record, had voted for a man not the Democratic FuN/ '
-
us, yet we feel that every one should under the direction of J. L. Reed. ; nominee. As they were offering K
.27 1918.CLEAN .
and vote for it. Sept. ,
in
support Tampa Tribune. a Democratic Primary under a law \ .
When the President of the United requiring voters in-such a primary to I

t r {States pauses in the midst of the UP KISSIMMEE.The DAN JOHNSON.Dan vote in the General Election only for \ d dJ

)ii greatest responsibilities that have Governor of Florida has. pro Democratic nominees, they were
t.
claimed the week of October 21st and Johnson, a carpenter, who returned neither of them qualified to be the
confronted the who held
ever ,
man. democratic nominee for County Commissioner
from Jacksonville last weekto -
j that office, to address to the American ending the 27th as a state-wide cleanup in this coming General
I 1 people the statements that he regards week. This was done at the instigation recuperate after an attack of Election. lie therefore decided that DELICIOUS- '

's as second only to the vigorous of the civic department' of the influenza, suffered 'relause Tuesdayand there was no Democratic nominee for ,
Florida Federation of Women's died the next day. County Commissioner from the Fifth
prosecution of the war to save Democracy :
TEAS
'> the preservation and development -' Clubs, for these good ladies realized funeral Rev. J services. J. Farmer Thursday conducted morning the thereby District chosen making in it the necessary June Primary for ail :: L' AND COFFEES ,

of the institutions that have that the time .for housecleaning was I candidates 'for County Commissioner K '
t made Democracy safe and efficient!in at hand and requested the governorto at the residenceon Limit ,gtrdet,. and from the Fifth District or otherwise tQe! ,

i' America, it is time, we' think; for the take cognizance of the fact. the remain, were buried ,in tho fami- to go on the ballot at the General{ ...' .4.4Coal
ly lot in the Shingle Creek cemetery. Election by petition.
F' t The suggestion is certainly a timely
heed the Presi-
of Florida to .
press Mr. Johnson is survived by his Friends of mine in the Fifth Di, a,
Ji dent's words and early and late to one for Kissimmee. The excessive' widow trict; have signed such a petition, askIng 1s
rains of the have resulted and one chUd.ATTENTION Oil, gallon--------------45 Votan Coffee, a good ore,.- ,
Impress upon the people their resI'OnsibilitYi past season me to be a candidate for the office -
9 and to'urge them to meetit in a forced growth of weeds arid of County Commissioner from Tuna Fish, can___.......--- .15 1 pound can, _.._.--_-.. .35

: by preeerving and extending the all sorts of vegetation which grow MERCHANTS.In the FifthDistrict' Osceola County Black Eye Peas, 13c 2.-for..25 "3 pound can, ..____.._::_'_ .95

efficiency of "those very institution rapidly enough under favorable con printing a list of non-essentials Florida.:, offer I for have the accepted office. the .petitionand Lima Beans,. 18c, 2 Its for. .35 Maxwell House Coffee can .. ..32

in Florida to .which the President in a ditions here at any time and there is last 'week an error was made with Everyone in my District knows me; Oat Me .I'l.pac ;iI:] "'I ,, '.12 White Houfe Coffee, can ._. .85 ,t

{ .t&publicjletter; ).now being! \8entjoyerthi urobablyi: not\\ one,jblockiinjthe; .;.city reference..;to mercantile establish" but as the office will be voted on all Beat .Evaporated peaches? 17 Senatebeet],there jl]li h.I; .._':;.:'' .35 .' !
country :refers in the"nation, our pub= wlnch'\ 'could: 'f 1 tbe"\ 'improved!byHhe! ments":'"?The'1 typesTma'de': say'that over the County and some' of the i Arbuck1es!_J ______________""-'(..24Cheek' .
voters of the Conuty may not know Cheese, 1b, ,.________________ ., 35 "
observation of this week. only would be Neal Coffee 8' ::
lie school But generally and that one delivery a day per- ; lbs :-__ v.85
me. 'state that I am a Democrat and Navy Beans 2 Ibs. .__..... .35
.e.do. not understand, the State pre The city's street gang is kept con mitted, when it should'have :read two have always voted as a Democrat. I Calumet 1 Ib can Cocoa _??__.--.___ .25 ; ,

,tae paid little attention to his words stantly at work looking after the deliveries a day. This means that the held the office of County Commis- Baking :Powder lOc, Pie Peaches, _.-.... .15
13c and ______________ .24
nd .have given little notice to a vital streets and other city property but delivery wagons can make one round sioner in this County for four years, Chili Con Came, ,_______..f.12

'y j sue that is before the people for that is not enough. Every resident of the town in the morning and one viz then: 1911-1914 made inclusive. My record Shredded Wheat pkg, ...... .14 Lunch Tongue .............. .29
is to
open inspection. I Post Toasties _.__ .
. .
pkg. .13
,
consideration and action, the proposed 'In Kissimmee should look to his in i ; the afternoon, with no special deliveries pledge myself to a fair honest and Best Jam, large size, ...... .29

Constitutional Amendment fixing premises or the city will not "present' in between.W. clean business administration of the Graham Graham Crackers, large, _.. .15 Peanut Butter, large size... .30

"' the maximum/ county levy at ten the attractive and prosperous ap B. HARRIS, funds of' the County and a faithful Crackers, small .__ .09 Peanut Butter, small site.._ .13
x discharge of all the duties of the office U. S. Smoking, pkg.' ........ .06
due her. Winter visitorsare S. J. TRIPLET. -
mills. The Legislature realized that pearance Octagon Soap, 7c., 6 bars... .40
,i O. R. BASS. Prince Albert, pkg. ______ .15 .
;, the whole educational system of FlorIda arriving every day and in many VIRGIL EDWARDS. u Fells Naptha, 6 bars..--.-.:_. .40

is facing the most critical situation 'nstancfes these people are viewingthis Community Labor Board. George Washington, pkg. ._ .00 P. G., 6 bars,.._...... .40

i in hist ry. Greater demands of section for the first time. Kis Classified Advertisements Velvet, package __ ____ U_'. .10 Export, bar. ..___._.-_.,__ .05
Renos, pkg. ......______... .08
,, every sort are being forced upon 'is, simmee has always borne the reputation Ivory, per bar ...._...... .09
demands of being one of the prettiest All others, pkg. .___..!:*__... .05 Grandma's
t' that must be met and met I ADDITIONAL LOCALSWalter I Laundry, ...____ .06
towns in Florida and nothing could WANTED-White labor by the month. Water ground Meal Ib.::..... .06 Lux
1; t today and yet the funds that, during Lodging furnished. Family or sin Soap, pks, ------------12/
K\.. taken also .. Fancy Head Rice Ib.____... .12
add more to its attractiveness than men ; middle agedlady Sour Pickles
__
previous years, have been found sufilcient for houakeeper. W. E. FAR bottle _-- .15 .
for the schools are not only well kept lawns and clean streets. Taylor and Robert Green MER Micr. New Eden Plantation Co Rumford Baking Powder, lb.28 Sour Picbles, botOe,_.. .13 .\I'1
Observing clean-up week is more motored down from Orlando for a NarcooBBee Fla 4J-3Upd. Best Salt Bacon, Ib........__ .32 Saur ..."!\ ,
t Kraut .13
; woefully inadequate but are absolqte- I 'I large can __. .
few hours Moriday.Mrs. Salt Bacon, __.. ....___...
ly insufficient to meet the Inescapable I'than civic pride, it is a question of AT A BARGAIN PRICK-Underwood .28 Sweet Pickles, per can.__. .29
Typewriter In
demands that practically every school patriotism, for what ever effects the C:. L Bandy returned from nil :Mabbette food St.condition. 87-tf Enquire ; Bull Head Catsup hot 13c 2 .25 : Apple Jelly 8 ozs., L_.__._, .14 :,'

prosperity of the city effects the Tampa Monday where she has been Eba Milk can ___.......... ..05Ea&le Grape ,
board is Jelly 8 .14
being forced to go heavily FOR RENT-Nice: Furnished I1"use. or* ...... .01 (
f n debt and under present laws may; country itself and it is up to every for a few days shopping.: Apply to J. McPhattor. 28-tf Milk, ca ..___._____._, .22 Jams, 8 028.:. .... ..__.__ . It
L- man, woman and child to do his full Carnation, can ....._____... .06
next year be forced to close many; Mrs. Julia Livingston arrived from FOR SALE-Eighty acres; 11 acres Thread .. .. _.,_. .05 ,

J' chools, shorten terms, or eliminate part in carrying' out the governor'sorder. Jacksonville Sunday,. for a visit with cleared bearing: and orange under grove fence; $;.,S OO(acres) worthof In St. Charles can .__...__.._ .08 - 4

progressive features that gave promise he son, Gay Livingston, and family. cypress timber on tract: tour- Van Camp's Milk can ...... .08 FLOUR.
"' room house and kitchen. Also 60 Pet milk. Baby ..___.__
can
of putting our schools on a par Mrs. Julius Smith and her daughter head of cattle and a good bunch of .06 Pillsbury 24-lb 1.70
with range hogs loose on the ran re. Alaga Syrup, gal. _____.... l.io
of the
most
those progresive Miss Vivian returned
Floyd, Farming tool and Implement.. Located Gold Medal 24-lb., _-._ 1.70 -
Southern States. The issue that must DEATHSDR. Monday from the Boggy Creek section near Kenanavllle. Price '..1100. Alaga Syrup J/-gal. _____; .55 Colonial 24-lbs.
...._.... 1.70
,
half I cash balance term suit. B.
Alaga Syrup No. 1 ___
____
be met and carried is ratl- a.to .17
through, where thev have been the guests H. Guy. Kenanavllle. SB-tf Rising Sun, best there ia 1.70
a ? fiction of this amendment, or continue of her parents. Mr. and Mrs.-So G. Alaga Syrup, No. 2 ________ .22 Per all kinds N
pound
FARMERS-Send today for a free sam- _i__ 72'Six !
j i{ 4 indifferent; let disaster come C. L. HYATT l:Jarber( for several days.' Mr. Smith p1e copy of the Florida Farmer and Crisco, large can .._..___.__, 1.90 pounds substitute to 24

1 t"t y !upon us and regret and bewail in This entire town was saddened this joined them for the weekend.M. Tell Stockman about, published livestock at raisins Jacksonville.. dalr Crisco medium __ ._. ____.. .95 pound sack. every

1 "1 "vain the folly that will destroy our morning when It became known that Sanford May who baa been' Ins,, twice poultry a,month citrus at fruit BOO and truckIng Crisco, smnll,_______ __..,_ .50 -

?' school efficiency and make unsafe the Dr. C. X. Hyatt a leading physician, 'I connected with the Corner DrugStore : three year for ".00. Only per livestock. year- Shorts- ,-100- Ibs. _....._____ 2.95 DRUGS: ...,
',' Democracy of our future. The press and one of Kissimmee's most and general arming paper In the Sweet Feed, 100 Ibs. _______.., 3.45
> popular for tate.
several left this week Write today. Sweet
of Florida, and the able and patrioticmen and prominent men, was dead. I for' years Oats, 100 Ibs., ......____... 3.RO Spirits Nitre, _______ .14
Miami where he will into the
who direct its editorial policies, Dr Hyatt had been suffering with I go FOR apartment RENT-for Furnished light room or Corn, 100 Ibs., _____________ 4.00 Hydrogen Peroxide, ?___.__ ,10
drug business Mrs and housekeeping
surely .realize the vitally critlcial financial pneumonia for the several j : May In modern, convenient house, close In. Velvet Bean Meal _____._-_ 2.50 Carbolic Acid .;;_____-,?____ .14-
past
days children will remain at the Osceola Mrs. K. B. Wells, Real Estate and In- Sweet -
Oil ______ _____,___ .14
Minced Ham lb __.______ *'
._
situation, that the officers oft and was known to be in .critical hotel for weeks _surance llf Mabbette St. Phone S41. .30
of in
a couple yet or- Sulphur, package ...______.. .05
ii the people who have Potted Ham, Libby's ______ .05
been charged by condition but his friends were all der then their household furniture DWELLINGS for. rent Apply to M ,
,- .; the people with the efficient conductof hoping he might pull through. His may reach Miami and a house be Tiller. Corn Beef Hash, can, 13c, 2.:. .25 Blue Label Vwelino, hot ____ .05 '

> 'the Beef, pork and Veal Loaf TnrpenthieVl; .......... ".10
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are unable to provide death occurred at 11 o'clock last prepared for them. Mr. and Mrs. FOR SALE-Second-hand Ford car ca .20

': Dot better schools as the times demand night. May have 'made a wide circle of at Co.;attractive SOT Broadway.price Osceol Motor Household Ammonia' bot.__ .10 Caster Oil, Csottle .___.___. .10

as the President asks but even lie leaves a widow .and two small friend. during: their residence here, EmersoV Blueing, bottle .....___..... .05 Castorla bottle ..__...._..., .30
R as good schools had children who FOR SALE-On* Typewriter Potash large can Epsom Salts box: ______.._ .05
as we before this have the sympathy of who regret their leaving: Kissimmee model three visible a* good a* new --------_ .lit I
Gasetts. Camphor bottle __..,_.._... .10
Apply Valley tf. CaL Peaches
great: war came to America. entire town and in heavy syrup __ .25
community,, and who wish them happiness 'and Salts box __ .....' ,.05
_ } For high schools and grammar their irreparable loss. ,' prosperity in their new home. WOODI Wood l WOOD Yard Phone woooi 111.-ROM Orav 17-tf...' Tomatoes, No. 1 can 10c, 3 fo i .25 Quinine ablets, box.-.___,, ..15, '
Bchools, for city' schools and rural Funeral service will be held at ten

c schools, principals and teachers' for I o'clock tomorrow WILL TRADHJ or exchang-e city property -
(Saturday) morn- EVERYBODY
SCHOOLS STILL INVITED
CLOSED. for country stock TO INSPECT
_ft or OUR SANITARY STOREAND
vacancies{ therein can"scarcely be had morning. of any kind. B. O. Miller. IS-tf .-- GET :,
Kisaim nee will continue for -PRICES. Our Motto
+ a Iii Cordiality 18 to the
vnywhere/: But,, --wjorse than that. : ; ox. 'I
;;-s" teachers 'already ''employed 'and expected DeWITT BAILEY. time at least, to use every measure The Strong ,Withstand UM Heat of ,pound and 100 Cote on the Dollar.
# t'o to stamp out: all traces of Spanish ln-, Summer Better Than the Weak OUT OF TOWN ORDERS .
for ..Immediate opening of D.. C, Bailey; a, former resident of fluenza that is SHIPPED SAME DAY
working such havocin
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people who are Isetls and ranger peoplewbeare
:: ,;jKhooU are resigning daily.. Not a Kissimmee some twelve weak will be strengthened ;
yraeo.. many parts of the state. It was and enabled tootanxuh CUT :
"' mail 'reaches DeLand' but probably died this week at Washington, D. C, thoug-ht the"schools might open next UM deprs log heat of aanuMt by tak PRICE CASH GROCERY
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a. |>rings, Superintendent: Sheppard :anreslgiutjon. where b. waa in the government .. Itpntto* . ,
y .., employ week and the usual gatherings beeperalittedfq and anrlclM the blood IoodIde.ptJoe.boIe err .... .

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On the Edge of "No -Man's Land"! Stands Civilization's Outpost ;1




; By day and by night, through cold and storm, he calmly( waits, and watches for theM )


" first sign of a Hun attack. Any moment he may be caught in a shower 6f machine ',


gun bullets or ,cut down by a fragment of bursting shell But he is undaunted=-hey '

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never relaxes. Failure to heed the ,warning and give the" alarm might mean death .:


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HERB AT HOME you ,should be on guard ,'like this Soldier. This you'think you have done your share? Suppose the soldier stopped '. .

country is yours as much ash is the soldier's. Yet he is standing fighting after three turns at the listening post-- ,

-' between ond'tho brutish beasts who would slay
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you youand Your part is merely to provide the means for him to fight
put your wife and daughter into a slavery worse than "
The call has gone out for the Fourth Liberty Loan. The Government
death. You are enjoying safety, ease. comforts, many mites. .
does Itot expect you to stop buying any more than you expect -
from the battle line, while he faces death I a thousand times a '

day. What have you done? What are you doing compared with thesoldiers to stop fighting. Like the outpost you must always ,

this man in the trenches? be ready. Buy again, audit need be keep on buying just _
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1I'I. Miss Vivyan Briggs has acceptel a1 Mrs. H. M. Deyoreo has resumed Mrs. R. B. Savage spent Sundayand 'Miss Lenore Fortner vl.ltecltrlenda
: I. INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS ) position with the Osceola Pharmacy, her duties with the M. Katz dry Monday in Palatka on. a' business in Tampa Friday and Saturday otla.t
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Fall, and winter merchandise for\ goods store, after a week's absence. mission. week, returning home Sunday, M

I.'..... ...0..0.0..00000., J. D. Woodbeck made a business' men, women and children. F. H. fO. C.'Jacoby and wife from Mus- I Prosecuting attorney W; B. Craw- H. D. Lyon of, Rochester, N. Y..
trip to Palatka Monday. Lawson. -t keegan, Mich.,are guests at the Park : Ford made a busines trip,to St:Cloud spent Saturday looking about the ,;
\ \ Weather Report ; By all means see those all 'wool Henry LIghtsey motored to Orlando hotel, spending several weeks, in Kissimmee -, Monday. city. He*registered at the Manhattan
Skirts! they are.beau le.. F, H. Law. -hotel. '
4 1 Wednesday to look after business J. II. Welch of Gainesville, was
son.- .;>t"<; "t, ;, :. ;..; !J'i-/; interests. ">,', "' .' ;. >, :;;Miss i Irene 1111 Hard is spending among the out of town visitors in the Mr, and Mrs. J. L. Clement, of Pa
Following are daily tempera. Mrs. M. Stout has'returned home' Gentleman's Stock and Fruit Farm, several weeks :with'' her'sister'Mrs., city Saturday, ..';',>: ,>:-.Vvl 1 1., :.,* latka, are spending.several days in ;.,
tures and precipitations as reported from Osborn, Mo., where she spent Henry Lightsey, at her home on Kissimmee. ',
by Government station convenient to fine fishing, boatingand Ladies' Princess, all wool Skirts; They are guests at the,
at Kissimmee fo- the w.Hk end. the summer visiting; relatives.: beautiful little city. Let us tell Mabbette street should be seen before buying, $10.00 Park hotel. '
ing Thursday, October 17: For Rent-Two furnished flats, you about it. Nelaon Realty Co. Col. Lewis O'Bryan left for Tampa and $12.50 each; big bargains. F. 11. Mrs. J. W. Prentls has .acepted a
M&x. MIn. Rain. with modem conveniences. W. B. R. P. Hansen is putting out celery I Monday to be present at the l1Ie t. Lawson. ..position in the Industrial Schools at ?
Thursday, ...... 85 65 Harris, Gazette office 88tf. plants at his farm on Cypress Island. Ing of the Federal Board. lie is expected Mrs. "L. II. Ingram/ and daughter, Mont Verde, where she is in chargeof
Friday, ._______ 90 68 Mrs. M. A. Sawyer'returned this Hansen'n celery has been famous for home tomorow. Irene, Mrs. J.Z. Roberson and daugh' the Home Economics.
, Saturday, ._____ .90 68 week after a delightful visit With relatives years and is one of the best. crops Mrs. E. L. Pherigo and .small ter, Geneva,'and, Mrs. C. It. Summers Excellent farm in Missouri, well
Sunday, _.___-- 85 70 at Gastonia, N.. C., and Union, from that prosperous farm. daughter left Tuesday for Jacksonville motored to Orlando for a few hours Improved, free and clear from debt
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Monday, ______. '-82 74 60 S.C.Miss Mi...... Anne Bryan Carson, directorof Tenn., to join Mr. Pherigo, whois Saturady. 324 acres, owned by an elderly man
Tuesday, _______ 78 70 41 Mattie Bandy held a milinery -woman's division of the United employed by the government in the Paul Blackwell, who has been home who wants mild climate, wants to ,
I ; Wednesday, ____ 90 -71 opening at Winter Haven Saturday, War Work campaign in the south munition factory there.A. fora brief vacation, returned to the come to Kissimmee. Let us tell you

..OOOO ..o................ for the benefit of the ladies of that ea.tern'divl lon,- with .headquarters in B. Bell, who is now employed in University at Gainesville, where he ..i.a about it. Nelson Realty Co.
s. section. Atlanta, came home Tuesday of this 'a shipyard at Tampa, was mingling student in the electrical engineering Mrs. Walter Goodbread was the .
All those who,buy$5.00 in merchandise Some excellent Kansas City prop week for a short rest among his many kissimmee friends department.Mrs. guest' of her brother, ,A. W. Bailey !
,J -' will get a Thrift Stamp, free, at erty to exchange for Kissimmee Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Brown and and looking after business matters J. Earl 1 Lupfer waa 'called to and family Saturday afternoon, '.of)
. F. II. Lawsbn'a. property, or lands in Kansas or Ok Mr Mary Padgett of St. it Key Johnson was called to Tampa l lahoma. Nelson Realty Company. Kissimmee between trains, Wed. from an attack of the influenza. present at the funeral of her nephew ,, Ga. Mrs. Goodbread has been" ;1"
.I .. 'thl..eek. by the death of his brother, Ralph Ward, aon of Mr. C. W. nesday. They were accompanied by J. K.,. Hilliard is beginning' to ship' Gerome Massee. Mrs. Lupfer spending some time in St... Peters- 'I
,: J. J. Johnson. Ward, died suddenly in New York Miss Ethel Coats, who was leavingfor egg plants from his two acre field left on her sad mission Friday..G. burg. '

.C. E. Swope, formerly of Kissim yesterday morning of pneumonia, after Duval Springs Ky. this week. While the crop is slower . "Singletary and family moved Dick Bullock, Henry Singletary,,
@': mee, but now living in Orlando, spent an illness of only a few hours. Mrs. Edna Grady, who is engagedIn to mature than usual, the plants are from their former home 'on Main Clifford Lester and Burton Ames left "
Tuesday here greeting old friends.B. Mr. Ward Started for New York the State W. C. T. U. work and well grown and full of fruit and will street into the residence occupied by. Sunday for Steison University.at' De- ;I
F. Lester returned from 'Jack Wednesday midnight. makes Kissimmee her headquarters, likely be a money maker this year. I M. S, May on Emmett street, owned Land, to enter the Student's Army "
sonville Thursday morning and shipped Hon. Arthur Donegan of Kissim arrived here Monday for a rest until Lewis O'Bryan, who was taken toa by Judge G. F. Parker of Okeecho- Training Corps. It is not known at -.
a car load of steers to that place. mee and former senator of the Nine the epidemic of influenza is past. Mrs. hospital last week tohave his tonsils this time in what department they J"
ry' Rull Bass ha. returned home from teenth District and one of the most, Grady makes her home with Mr. 'and removed, has sufficiently recovered I I bee.Mr.. and Mrs. Rep Floyd and baby will enrol. :i
' ?r r Okeechobee county, where he spent a prominent citizens of this part of" Mrs. B. M. Hall, on Mabbett street. from the operation to return Edna, spent the week-end with .Mrs. James M. Wlllson, Jr., returned 1
i' week looking after his cattle interest. Florida, was In the city Wednesday Mrs. M. J. Meyer and small daugh home Tuesday, Mrs. O'Bryan and I Floyd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Saturday night from New York, I
visiting ifs numerous friends. Arthur '' children motoring to Orlando for him. Barber at Boggy Creek. Mrs. Floyd where she has been spedning the
7000 acre ranch, fenced, convenient arrived
Donegan is 'one of the most pop., Men who wish to dress well and and baby will continue their visit summer. Mr. WilUon had the temerity .
to 800 cattle, $12.50 acre, '
Ry., per exchange '
for good city property North. ular men in Florida and his Sanford guest of her friend, Mrs. Bart Bryan. I get service, should come and let us'. there throughout the week. to take the boat trip and exper }
Nelson RealtyCompany.Mr. friends are always glad to see him. Lieutenant Meyer is in the Tank Department I take their measure for a suit mode Mrs. J. M. Bailey, of Washington, ienced a few thrills when a floating
Sanford'Herald. I } of the American Expeditionary -, by Strauss' Bros., Chicago. F. H. D. C., and her daughter, Mrs. Fanny mine was sighted. The captain of
and Mrs. J. Walker of
Pope, Two good residences in Kissimmee, Forces somewhere in France,: Lawson. Armstrong, of Tampa, arrived in the boat ordered a gun trained on .it'; {
Winter Haven, were guests of Mr. 5-acre farm improved, close in, 10 and Mrs. _Meyer ,Js so pleased with: Mrs. W. J. Waring and children,"of (Kissimmee this week to be presentat In an effort to explode-. The gun
and Mrs. C. H. Funk at their home on '
acres at Lynn nven, and two city this city that she expects; to make Lakeland, came'up for the week-end the burial of their son and brother, was out of commission, however, and
'!'.. East ake one day last week. lots, free and. clear; value $6,000, to this her residence for' some time. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. M. the l late D. C. Bailey. The Bailey the, passengers were deprived Of the
/ Guy Hammack and family return. exchange for good property in Kanaas Several stock ranches at bargain Pfann, and to see her nephew; Henry family resided here some twelve sight of a mine explosion.Rev. .
ed home yesterday from Baltimore, I or Oklahoma. Nelson Realty prices, on favorable terms of payment Singletary, before he left for Stetson years ago and are well rememberedby and Mrs. L. II. Kirkby arrived
if ..' Md, where Mr. ,Hammack has been Company. in Central South Florida,where University. They returned homo the older citizens of this city. and domiciled
-. Saturday are temporarily
in the employ of the government. I Last Sunday's Tampa Tribune con cattle live the year round on pasture. Tuesday.We Six room house, nearly two acres In their old quarters at the
Be sure and see the Yankee Salutes I tained a half-tone engraving of Miss How large a ranch do you want. have a ''six-room furnished good land, flowing well, and 14-acre Graystone hotel.' Rev. Kirkby stated
in Wenner-Sawyer's window. They are Anne Bryan Carson wearing her Y Free booklet and particulars to Interested house, lot 150x300 foot' of ground,. grove 'near by,,just coming into bear that their vacation included a-visit to
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the last word in messages to our boysverywhereK : W. C, A. uniform\ with the following parties. Nelson Realty Co.Wfif. .* horse, wagon, implements, good Jersey ing. Value 6500. Encumbered, New York City, eeveral weeks spentin
nique and dainty, yet brief description of her work: Miss Arnold left Saturday for cow, and chickens. Only $1800. $2,100, exchange for) Kansas proper Portland and other Maine resorts,
hopeful! and cherry. They appeal to all' Anne Bryan Carson, daughter ofSenat.r' Gainesville to be with his son William Everything to go right to housekeep ty. Nelson Realty Company. and a trip "to Montreal. Rev And
Just before going to press we learn : C.' 'A. Canon'of Kissiinmee, who has just recovered from ing. Nelson Realty Company. Mrs., E. :M. Brown formerly. Miss Mrs. Kirkby were not to be intimidated _
that 'a telegram has- been received is one of-"-. busiatt ,.f busy young pneumonia, and.Mrs.Arnold who has :Mrs.. B.B. Simpson left Saturdayfer'Jacksonville Emma. Meyers, of this city, and her by reports, of, subs but made'
,from Col. 6.0.'W. Fox, conveying\:the women'' in war worlu. Her headquarters been with him, for. some time. William !- '' to be with her brother mother-in-law, Mrs. II. H. Brown arrived the water trip south and tellof, some.
Bad intelligence that his son, Walter, now* an In, Atlanta. 'She has was-sufficiently 'improved in, ,. David Bryan, who was critically .last week", to be the guest of thrilling experiences en route. They t
to..whose bedside! in New York City won laurel. for her work in organization health to be brought home Tuesday. ilL Mr; Bryan died before she reach: Miss Margaret Davidson Mrs., II.II. were 'Joined at Kisimmee by their, 1
'AM was called 1aIIt,:week;:passed away in the'department of the southeast He will be here for the next two;' ed the city acid after the.funeral ser .. Brown continued her trip to Jack- daughter Miss, Ethel.. Rev. Kirkby
,.yesterday.. The remain will be, carried ,' following her' brilliant begin week to'NCUPerate.before returningto vices Mrs. Simpson .went to.Key sonvill r ,and her daughter will re- and family are :legular winter'rest-' '
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r, to his'old borne at 'Xnoxville, ning in Richmond, Va., and in national 'the State'.University where he is: West ,where ,her sister, Mrs. Price,'main here for another week before dents here, and are kept busy meeting

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>...tooooooooo.OOtoooooooo THE TICK'S MOTTO ,tCI BARTON LAKE 11

*4. The more '-milk we have the 4a i- . -a Wash the (Written for Last Week.) ..

+ the less meat we need at ,home Most everybody in this community i
,+ a,. ** to and our the troops.more meat we can send <-C< , has planteda Fall crop of Irish. pOtatoes ,

i :" .y > The cattle tick'. motto Ssi: < ;' : some of them are well advanced -.
"Less Milk -Less Butter-Lets << In.growth and are in i fine condl., '
> MeatFat << < : Socks You tion. "
*< cans". expresses ticks and its thin stand.Amerl- has been reduced on,
Therefore ticks drain blood < the freight rate
1 *> from the cattle before it can < t Castor Beans and is therefore mak-
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become either meat or 'milk. O I ing preparations to ship his crop.
c *> Take so much blood that a. Knit With There was a time when we could "
j'rt' } ** per cow day.gives ,two quarts less, ,milk << Aiivf3!7 i V; count from ten to twenty cars on

DIP THAT TICK! < i Sundays ,passing along on our coun-
U. S. Department of AgricultureUf <0 try road, but now, on Sundays, so far
1' rr .oo.oooooo..ttOt..otOO'O O as cars' are cncerned,..it. is as. still as-

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COLORED WOMAN REFUSESGOVERNMENT'ALLOWANCE, Miss Lygia Lane has been on the
sick list tor a few days. 'but is now up-

again.
G Uncle Sam' and his hired men do '' \ y POMrdel'ed O If your correspondent'to make Y
not always have their on' way .The : ', up4 ',his mind to movo to the hardest
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Treasury Deportment sent to'an old "I" on earth to receive the ,ptail
KI 1' place
(colored woman in Narcoossee n check ,::':". regularlyhe wouldn't, move at a11. ,
a r t for $25.00, payable to "Florence Belie l! / ,-' '- 1- but just remain where he is. .

v ,th Whitted, of which $15.00 was for allotment : \. Yy\:,' Tho shoitage of sugar andiI, I
1 i from the military pay of her scarcity of, seed carte is.going,to fore ..-
., Eon and $10.00 the government allow, many of our farmers to plant a ,substitute ;
'ance. The usual aeries'of question for, sugar cane this season,, .
l as to financial resources and dependency i and before doing so, Mri: A. J. Lane N -: ;

accompanied l the check., :',,,' . thinks it would pay.to investigate the .. /
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t Florence Whitted has been The ', ' merits of Tenn. Red Top Sorghum.Mr. .
mother of thirteen children, which i % j4JA '\' ' bane raised a small patch of this '
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she and her husband brought up and ., '. cane this season and it not.only turn
E gave the best education 'possible,, It ed out well but made. a good grade of
.. earning the money to send them away I r"' ,. syrup, equal if not superior that
to school by the wash-tub route and / (A, of the green sugar cane. '
j; by daily wages of her husband. She J. II. Smith has returned from +
; rather resented the inquisatonal : : < Jacksonville] where he has been employed
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5 a tone of the queriqb,but replied plaihly rtY 1)!' as 'shipbuilder:
I to every one until asked whether she a roti' t Those who have tried l it state that -
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J wag dependent on the solider for Fa z -- :.4 fishing is fine, In our lakes, since. the< *\
'. r 'support. Her reply'' to this was that + f'- ,,, .. recent heavy rains. ''f f
I .he had six sons in the army and a Not.very far from us the deer have i
seventh one would reach military age 01 completely destroyed one of ,our
f in December next; that she had three \ neighbors sweet potato' patch. Now i
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+ and three grandchildren, but that Vsss What about that Boggy Creek road 4;

r f (ik!. they would get along without the rr ; -r from Kissimmee to the Orange counr r.-
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t government allowance and do the ; ty line, will we ever get' it? 11" r
ff' best they could. She, returned the Kissimmee bOyers have purchas.:
r $25.00 'check and asked l for one for most all the fruit in our community :
r 1 $15.00, the amount of her soldier's al- Our Sunday School has just been
s lotment. She also wanted them to presented with a handsome service '

i understand that her name was not flag, a gift of )I.rs. J. II. Smith and
Florence Belle, but Florence Blue, .. : .;; I : Miss Edna Canada It contains sev-.
'4 her mother having named her after -,' '" en stars.
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We do not intend l to make any con- \I. ( .\..:,\, ,., Can Now ,Eat and Sleep In Comfort.
k trasting allusion to some of our white ''''.)\ ;<" If troubled with indigestion or
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citizens who canot afford to loan' '"" ,\, ; sleeplessness you should read what
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+ 1 money to their government at Liberty .f':, Miss Agness Turner, Chicago 111.,
., o Bond rates, and believe that they ; .:i WOOLEN SOCKS will not shrink get .:; has to say: "Overwork, irregular,
have discharged their patriotic duty meals and carelessness regarding the

't r by damning the kaiser and l loaning : : j .: \ !I. knot up when washed with / ,. ,\ ordinary rules of health, gradually "
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to their neighbors ten .
money on percent Undermined it until ,last fall I became ,
mortgages. ': No more heartaches after spending il a wreck of my farmer self. I
\\Grandma.
.. I suffered from continual headache, !

WORDS FROM HOME ., hours.klitting pair of and then was unable todigest my food,.which
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1 ., a socks having '.' seemed to lay as 'a dead weight: on #1
Statements that may be investigated. ,;" my stomach. I was very conatlpal *'
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Testimony of Kisaimmee Citizen. : them ruined by washing with an inferior soap. and my complexion became dark, y''f'
When a Kissimmee citizen comes low and muddy as I felt. Sleeplessness '

;, to the front, telling' his friends and 't' .', :' '.1" ,' ',"\ ',:., was added to 'my misery and r
neighbors of his experience.you can ... i. . r woudd awake r.s tired as when I went
A ;'vrely on.' his sincerity. The statements '\,.;". ,',/,'c/; : ;: {::, to Bleep. heard of Chamberlain's

: ,!,'oft people residing in far away place 'f",r" ','f./""'. ',fit I!.:" Tablets and found such relief after .
,''I', do not command your confidence \\' \ ://j,,," ,..y ,,',- , taking them that I kept up the treat:
I x Home endorsement is the kind that ;',',.\ GRANDMA'SPowdered ' ment for nearly two months. They-
..f"'f' \' i 'Doan's' Suck ' :. T
back Kidney,Pills. testimony cleansed my stomach, invigorated my,
.. is convincing. Investigation system, and since that time I can eat,
i , proves it true. Below is a statementof and sleep in comfort lam, today entirely
a kissimmee resident. No stronger well."
: proof of merit can be had: SOAP "

W. A. Joiner, supt. Electric Light : CHRISTIAN CHURCH'
Co., 201( S. Orlando'Ave., says; "I doa ' 10.00: -Sunday: School.
yw great deal of stooping and this 11:00: -Sermon.
r weakened my kidneys and brought on . 6<45-Y. P. S. C. E.
t I liindey trouble. At times my back 7:30-Sermon.

,\ was very painful and when I went to Follow these instructions and you will never have any Prayer' meeting each. Wednesday:
get out of a chair I had to press my evening at 7:30.: L. A.,S. each Thurs
trouble Grandma in luke
Sprinkle water-
hands on my knees. My kidneys acted : some warm day. .

'.' 6 irregular too. I always used Doan's i wonderful suds in an instant. Wash the socks in this water Junior 'c. E. each Friday at 9:00:
Kidney Pills at these times and they .. m.

I promptly rid me of the backache, :! then rinse in clear, luke warm water. After rinsing shake ," ,;: '.,'.- Young Ladies' Circle meets each I..)..;',
+
'' \ regulated tine shape.my I kidneys gladly and endorse put me this in ,:.1..j>" I out well (do not wring) then hang up to >:( second, C. W Sunday B. meets the, first. Friday .,


,, remedy.Price "'60c, a*, all. dealers. ''Don't ': / y dry slowly. Socks, washed this way with ,' in Church each month.Board meets first $Junday ,''

simply ask,for a kidney remedy-get t' Grandma to be soft and and afternoon each month.
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that : i are sure fluffy , .
". .' You are cordially invited to our
Mr. Joiner had. Foster-Milburn Co.
Mfgrs.,.Buffalo, N. Y. easy on the feet. .1.1l services.
:a{ l 31-tf. W II. Coleman, Pastor.

.I Prove to yourself' that you did not
I There hundreds of ther for Grandma.
{ overestimate) your earning capacity ; are > uses BARB WIRE CUTS AND WOUNDS :

cr' your desire to keep your word It is the greatest "all-round" household soap are troublesome to cure. Get a
\ when you signed your 'war savings. bottle of Farris' Healing Remedy-

pledge. of the age and is by far the most costs EOc-make it at home. Heals,,, y
rapidly. A sore never matters where
: CARELESSNESS RESULTS IN. economical. It's powdered-you this remedy: is used. We sell'4t'' on I
'
;' FAILURE. it with the money back plan. Waters &
measure out a spoon no Carson Grocery 'Co.

k That is why ; ;;;; "Feed B. A. a .; waste: Try it today. \ '
w Thomas' Hog Powder according to The swine building of the Florida ,
State Fair and Exposition is rapidly'' "
directions.
DO NOT FEED IT e
+ SLOPPY, but mix it \ filling up. The competition will be
with ground
... ) and Size
5c
,Packagesy
Larger be keen this
N: feed and moisten with, just enough as as display will be Interesting -.
L wter to make a crumbly mass. Then as showing what can be,*
ti i each bog gets a beneficial dose. See : done in the '"winning-the-war" work ,
,ia :fuU'direction on package. Tour I- Your Grocer Bas It I of the hog raisers and bacon "product'
'
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i'' !q money back if you are not satisfied. ers of .Florida. The prizes to })4t x
k"' ,, 'I :water. &. Carson Grocery: Co.TAMPA awarded 'are 'numerous' and attractive
; ; the satisfaction of making a
t creditable; display equally InspirlngJfor
IS GOING TO
1 ALL THE BOND GET'SLACKERS Loan drive will be dealt with in in line or if they refused to make having :failed to do their duty with a and the manner of proceedure in in- which the will exhibitors from of swine, many of,
come
without the
.
o -- positive terms if the Loan ducing them to come into line will be '
r' Liberty their allotted purchase let the com- list of the names on a bulletin board state and 'more from
' Bond slackers ire the Fourth Liber- Legion of Hillsborough county fol- munitiy know just, who is playing directly at the head of the casket decided then.-Tampa Times farms. many Florida
't lows the suggestion of the treasury. slacker. with the :following inscription "Here I
Kc -.;,'Per- Indigestion, Constipation rBUIotMIMM : department in Atlanta and Washington The suggestion that reached Liber lies the dead ones." At meeting of ,ABeantlful,, Woman. No Worms !In a Healthy Child

r in bringing them around to a ty Lean headquarters :from Atlanta the five brigadier. at,'Liberty Bond Do' you, know that a beautiful wo- All children troubled with worm lit.-..aa us-
t :,JaM'try OM PEPSIN.SO cent A bottle Liquid of IeAXVOSWITH Digestive bond baying humor. Local headquarters this morning is to" secure a coffin headquarters the cards;of those who man has always a good digestion!. If ruu1 beaJth7.SSV GDkw I.,."hleJa..0.. or 1odJca l.sa_. oni.....lOCh blood,Isoooos.. '
i4 laxative: pleasant Jo take.', Made and received a bulletin from Atlanta from some undertaking' establishment have failed to subecrle'as, much as your digestion is ;faulteat lightlyof GROVE. TASTELESS: chUl TONIC dm ntfoterty -
jeoptnmeoded< to the pobUe by Paris lledidn this ,morning announcnig that strong and place it in the most conspl- it to believed they should subscribewill meats;and take an occasional dose *two ow three *.,and*.WIll act.nrich..Gram the]blood Im\
.. Co manufacturers Laxative BromoQoiniM measures-must' be used to bring ev- clout place) in the downtown section. be gone over,together with those of Chamberlain's Tablets to strengthen ..iagTaeolo'll to the"boIa / u.stbrowofordbp.llb.wcrm.sadtb.CbadwUlb.

( and Grove's Tasteless cblU,Tonic. eii.-,-.J1'J1 Jn position: to bay,a.bond .Then- place Pat ;name of every person having ;refused flatly.to)buy a-pond. your digestion.- Price1 25c. ,,a_ ,..Ifacc bIsiLlw,", I'IaMu&to ta. **.. oBt*bottle. .,.', f4 tf r,

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KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY OCTOBER 1'-1'1'; SEVJBT


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ore! tm., 'Ja1T11 I1T CIRCUIT CO PUT. STATE OF consecutive weeks In the Klssimme.Valley to 0 0..0.. Ot.. to. . . . .. . . t. . 'OlIO' 0. . 0. ... . ...
I PLOHIDA.evcBth Oaaette, a newspaper published'n
ORD &: JARRELL LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS JeeleisJ Clrvvlt.. Oseeola. OM4y Said County and State
This the XTth day of September, till
_ >RNEYS.AT-LAW a '!; Caneeq.'; (Circuit Court Seal> D- G. WAGNERReal

_ 6 6, and 7 CltitensJBanlf S..v..... ........1 .rirralt .< Florida, James B. Davis Complainant vs. J. I* OVH3R8TREET.:
.. .f nnlev Sloan Boswelt Sarah F. -Bos- STEED lark Circuit Court
riroll 4.: rt OM-U C.'r. .
BuUdinir well and William Boswell. Defendants. KRIBB9 A
AJ ChaBieery. It affldlvlt appended Bollctors for Complainant. 4t4t. :
t Florida t 0 hgrlt li'llnbtte above stated cause Estate[ and Insurance j
R. KlrfclMd.VS.Css|l./laa.4; tb.t 1 Annie Sloan Boswell Sarah F.Boswell . MASTER'S 8AI.1B. : Agency
I and William Boswell the d.-
_' W. W. CARSON F. Klr....... Defes..... endants therein named. are non-r..I. Notice Is her..b-given that under : .
ents. of the State of Florida and that and by virtue of Final Decree In the
DENTIST On Monday. November 11. 1(18. the heir place of residence Is unknown case of M"rthe May' Hvrrlnitton Trustee : Citizens Bank Building. Telephone No. 30.
defendant F. Kirkland In required to and that they are over the age of for Frank H. Herring-ton, vs.
I over Piney Building appear to the Hill of Complaint flied I wenty-one years; It la therefore or Ryhiwif and Elisabeth W Kissimmee. Fla.
Hour.: e1814n herein by the Complainant I ered that said non-resident defend r and John ATally, REPRESENTING
.' 188 Residence 'Phoae 8' This order to be published one a ants be and they hereby required to defendants pending In the Circuit .
alnlstered for attraction: ef week for four consecutive weeks In'' appear to the bill of complaint Sled Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuitof E. A. Strout Farm
Agency big offices in New
Teeth n the..Klsslmmee Valley Uasette, a weekly In said cause oh or before Monday th.1 the State of Florida. In and for Oa ; maintaining general

newspaper published In Klsslmmee, In4 day of December A. D. 1(18 ceola County In Chancery, the under York;? Philadelphia; Boston Chicago, and other cities for the con->
OsoBOla County' Florida. rwlse the allegations of said bill will signed as Special Master In Chancerywill

..LEWIS, -O'BRYANaTTORNEYATLAW 8t1I.1L Given under t.ct'j my..rl..lERSTREET.hand and seal this b.nts.taken aa confessed by said. defend ,! hand sell, to at the publlo highest outcry bidder for cash at the In venience of home seekers If you wish to sell ,write me at once,

) It 'I. further ordered that ,this or. front door of the Court House In KIs- you pay no fees of, any kind unless we sell your property. No charges
Clerk Circuit Court. Osecola. Co., Fla. d..r be published once a week for eight' ... County of Osoeola State! of W
::irON! By 'H H 1JUL.UOCK., D. C. consecutive weeks In the Valley Qastte Florida during the'legs. hours of for lilting, withdrawing or advertising.
Waring Building. rLEDQKR. .. a newspaper published In said sale, on Monday, the 4th day of No.
),Solicitor for Complainant County and State. vember A. I). 1811. the following de We also represent the New York Life Insurance Companyand
scribed property, situate In the County '
This Ird day of October 1818J :
a ...tonr O. p. oarreai NOTICK. L. OVERSTREET. of O-ceola, State of Florida. to wit: the.Ocean Accident and Health Insurance. .
(SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court. The South half of the Northwest nuar :

)HNSTON &:,GARRETTfAITORNEYATLAW Notice, the 1m tStti hereby day given of Oc'ober, that on A.Monday D.. Br a. H. ;BULLOCK., D c. 4i-8t. tvr of Section(16) South Sir,(6)Range Township'Twenty-Twentysix ; Oo oooo. oootoooo ooooooo..oot..oo .oooo.oooo.o. '

Bill, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock a. m, HKSOI.I'TIONH ADOPTED IIV TilEU8C'EO..A nine (It) East together. with the ten. ,.
at the Court Houxe'at Tltusvllle, Hre entente, hereditaments and appurten-
,,10, 11 and 12 Citizens Baal yard County Florida annual COUNTY.... C'OMIt'll8.IIIO ancea.Dated. .
.
oh'e .U'", 8K. :*. IBIS.Whereas
.
r; Building meeting of tle owner land September 80th 1018.O
4. situated In the Upper Ht. John Drain It to' be for the o P. aARRRTT. '
Klsslmmea, Fla. appears rf
Hue District will be held for the purpose beet Interests of Osreola County, and Special Master In Chancery
of electing one member of the of the.cltlsens thereof that an election KRIBBS & STKlCn' Aant're'
tionrd of Supervisors who shall be a Solicitors for Complslnant. 4-4t.
hall he called and held under authority
land owner of aald Rletrlct to servefor of and In compliance with the prnvlsons Osceola Co.
the term of three years and to succeed of Section 4 of Chapter: 7145 ofhe BIASTKlfB SAl.g.
Ames A. Harlownow a memberof I Laws of the State of Florida en- 'Nolice' la 'un".rAnd
Tj said Hoard whose term of office expires hereby giventhat
titled "An Act to Create the Live
on said day and to trannnct such Board by virtue of a Final Decree InChancery
Stock Sanitary and to Prescribe
PIIRMERSELLS
iGDRSOJl .
In the oa..of 8. J. Entrlklnvs.
other before business said meeting.At es may. properly come Its Membership the Compensation, Powers for, and the Service Duties.Fix ] . Minor V. Chessman and Jessie M. Located on Klssimmee'sBUSIEST'CORNER .r
Chessman his wife, E.) n. Malloy. and
such election each and acre
,_\ every or It. Members, to Vest In Said hoard
International Steel & Iron Company
Of land .tnl' the DI..trlct'.hall representone the Authority to' Provide for the .
share and each owner shall be .n. 'reventlon. Suppression, and Control i corporation, defendants, pending" In -
the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judl.lal .
titled to one vote In by
.f: :dnfO.ve; of Dangerous Communicable, Conta* Circuit of the State of Florida. In
proxy In wrlllnK I duly lous Infections,, and Other Diseases
of land owned by said owner In nd for Osceola County In Chancery A
acre of Cattle Hog-a, and Other, Domestic
the undersigned ,as Special Master In
Fire, Life Accident and said The District.person receivingthe' hlgh.at. apd Animals:Enforce, and Quarantine to Establish. Maintain' Chancery will sell' at public outcry Beds and Dressers '
for cash In .hand. to the highest bidder
number of votes at said election shall Animals: and to Adopt :ronnf"-: t
at the front door .of the CourtHouse
r be declared elected a. said 8upervt.or..Dated .
Health Rules and RegulationsRegarding Any
Plate Glass Lia- tlits 6th dar of October, 118.Uy And Raid Matters,' and .to Give Said In KlsalmmeeCounty of Oseeela are indispeniible to the comfort and 'convenience of-
of sleeping
lte-1 order of the Board of Supervls- BOArd Authority In Respect thereto State Florida, during the legal room.

l9 lity and Boiler Insurance.Legal r"KAL) ERNEST H. EVERY- ere and to to Appropriate Authorize' County and Expend Commission Funds of hours November of sale A.on r>Monday. 1818' the. the following. .4th day We have a good line of them, and we advise' 'our .friend to buy be-.
described : '
4J-JI. Secr.t.ry.AN for the Work of Tick Eradication. and Situate In property said County of Osceola fore prices advance.. s

,* Bonds Executed Hog Cholera, and to Provide for theJ'log.t Stats of Florida vis: All of lot Two
ORD.NANCE.tI.tN n of a State Veterinarian of .....:.....-
f ; (2) the Northeast Quarter of Section
and
: :Same Day-Needed.t ; ORDINANCE: :To amend Sec SAid Board and Agents FIx\ the Power.Employes Thereof of- (It) 8 Two,, Range(I), Thirty-four Township BJ Thirty-one containing Folks are planning"'now for the housing of tourists during the
Prescribe Punishment for
Ordinances of and -to
887 of the Revised Sixty
One Hundred and
the City of Klsslmmee. Florida of Violations of This Act and of the acres more or less (180)- coming winter. Let; us suggest a' pretty 'rug from our large stock.
Z s H.aMr! !! .ssaH BSBMSsassHBHB* MB Mass December 1st 116 relative to the Rules and Regulations of Said Board Dated' '
regulation of the speed of Vehicles In and to Make the Necessary Approprla* BepteMM1IIIONIPLEDfDER1118 We have so many to pick from that you can be sure of being;: suited.
OFFICE: ] State Bank Building the Streets and Alleys of said City. Ion for Carrying Out the Provisions Special Master In Chancery.,
,l BH IT ORDAINED BY THH COUNCIL of This Act.! (Approved June 9. 117); KRIBBS & STEED . -
OF THE CITY OF KISSIMMEEBectlon : To enable a majority of the qualified\ Solicitors for Complainant. 41tt.ADM.'Ii..TnATION .
1. That Section 237 of the lectors voting In said election to de- We ate selling ORONA, a new cleaning compound.. It i ii splendid -
; Revised Ordlnnnces of the City of KIs- tare themselves In favor of or against"
r T simmer, Florida of December 1st, compulsory cftttle dipping In all pre. CCltaU...) to clean all kitchen utensils, bath tubs, linoleum, marble, alum-
J.W.THOMPSONFuneral 1911. be Amended to read as follows: Incts of- said county and more thantwentyfive
Sea 117.. No person shall operate per cent of the registered inum and everything excepta guilty conscience. .
or drive a vehicle In any street at a voters, of.Osceola County who were !. the Cesirt e f Ce.;4y: :Judge State
rate of speed greater than Is reasonable qualified to vote a>t the last generalelection .r Florid. -
[ DirectorAND and safe, having' regard to traffic, have signed and presented to Estate e f Sylvester II. Reed Oseeela srTHE -
location l and the safety of the public. his' Board a ore I IO\e\ for th.fO callingand C...,,. Coming soon. BRIST, the wonderful boomerang game. You'l"Iarf"

But In no case shall the rate of speed holding an I the BY THE JUDGE OK SAID COURT till sides ache. More about it later. Watch for .
it.
exceed Twenty-five miles per hour.In aid purpose: now. therefore, be It your
--
Resolved by the Board of CountyCommissioners
crossing any street or turning anv Whereas, A. E.! Drought has appliedto .
,.. shall of Oseeola"' County-
A. the rate f\t
s
corner -
F tiCTe: --mii.- per -f four.Sec. -----: 1. That an election I. hereby called this Court for Letters of Administration ''I
and shall beheld for said on the estate of Sylvester H.
t. All ordinances or parts of purpose according WHAT OUR OFFICE DOG THINKS
lICENSEDiEMBALMERh. ordinances In conflict herewith be and to the laws governing generalelections Reed, deceased late of said County of. I'' ,
on the Sth day of November Osceola
.
the same arehereby. repealed. -
Read first and .second time by uninlmous V. D. 1S18. '. : These are, Therefore To site and Msons
a
h and Chapel, Stewart AT. Consent and unanimously 1.'. That such an election shall be. 'dmonl.h all and singular the kindred I'' The Germans will regard President Wil.
field 1n each election dl.trlct In OsceMa ,
In open Session, this 1st day of \nd creditors of said deceased to bend
Kleslmmeo. rie. ra."d. A. D. 1918.Attest the County last at the polling ejection places usedat appear before thl. Court on or'before 1 reply to their government, as apiece
general during the
the S4th day of November, A. D
N T. R. HILBERT: ::1". H. LAWSON, elections hour. prescribed, and all for matters the holding pertaining of 'MS, and file objections., If any they of "shirt sleeve diplomacy" I

City Clerk. to said election" shall be In strict com ,have, to the granting.: of Letters of Well,:it is thai all right and the sleevesare
(REAL illance with law the Administration on said ..estate other.wise .
1 M. TILLER Approved this Srd day of October, holding of such elections.governing the same will be "granted" to saidA. + rolled up; too.

A.. D. 11I18. 1. The ballots shall be printed and E. Drought or to some other fit
Estate I JOHN fl. CADEL. used In said election districts such personor. persona. . President Wilson gave a momentous
Real Agency.NNe.NNNNNNNNela
{ : 4J-5t- III.yor.OT.CE' Witness my name as County Judge
i elections on which shall be printed .. decision last Monday affecting the, destiny .
Irst. on a line, the words *'For Compulsory f the County aforesaid this the Z8th
\ I '
OF APPLICATION FOR TAX Dipping of Cattle; and on another day nf September, A. D. 1911.SEAL of nations. He was -so brave I and
Realty bought and sold. DEED line next below said words, ( ) T. M MURPHY ....
I there shall be printed; the words I t-4t County Judge; 'just that he Won the hearts of' the' world

Houses rented. Notice Is hereby given That M. N. 'Against the Compulsory Dipping of and secured for himself a name among the'Immortals. Contrast him '
'r 'Taxes and Tides verified of Tax CertificateSo. Cattle"; and those electors Toting In NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
with
paid Kaiser Wilhelm who
.'tlr-\tt\ : the 7th day of August. said election who" desire to vote In started out to 'crush. the world with force
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'''non-residents. < C D. .1818. ties filed said certificate In favor of compulsory dipping of cattle D-partmm e lea Isiterlec.D. :. and foozled. '* .
' office, and has made application'or In. said territory of Osoeola County
ny
Fire, Lift" and Accident ..- tax :deed to Issue In accordance shall make a cross In front of the B. Land Offl'ao, -Gainesville, Fla.,

with law. Said certificate embracesthe word. "For the Compulsory Dippingof 'Notice: 1818.
.
surance. following I described property, slt- Cattle," and those electors voting .la hereby given that Charles ii r
Indemnity Bond mated Oseeola County Florida, to-wlt: In said election who desire to vote B. H.n.el. of Klsslmmee. Fla., who. on ,
l Lot 4. In Block IS, West Klsslmmee. against the compulsory dipping of I 1 made Homestead Entry, Osceola Hardware .
The said land being assessed at the rattle In said territory of Osceola No.. 015870 for Lot 8, Section 14, and .
NNNNO date of the Issuance of said certificatein County shall make a cross mark In Lot 1 of Section 88, Township 29 S.Range .
the_ ,. name or M,' A..... uunn. uniess. front of the word. "Against the Com SO B, Tallahassee Meridian," has .
aid certlfloate shall be redeemed ac. p ulsory voles ." filed notice of Intension to make Commutation
4 deed will Issue x 4. Said shall be counted re. Proof to establish claim to
",-OVk '......f'I.; '1 cording t thereon\\'.on to'tb."Uh awtax, day ot'Nov.mber. turned, and canvassed ss provided by the land above described before Clerk.
MeATS '. i. D. U18. law and this board shall thereaftermake Circuit. Court' at Klsslmmee. Florida,,
j. L. OVERSTREET. and certify a statement of the On the'ZBth day of October 1818 Everybody Who Is AnyUdy Advertises Heir "Wants" in the Gaiette "
ARe vVCLLKCPT Clerk Circuit Court. result of said election which shall be Clalman names aa witnesses:
file the recordsof J.. T. Bass ,of Klsstmmee Florida
D. C. kept on among publlO
B H. BULLOCK.
evA : By OSteola County and a copy thereof J. R. Bass, of Klsslmmee Florida.
aunl+EftsaciPr.! . (Circuit Court Seal) .42.61.IN shall be certified to the State LiveStock J. It. Wilcox of Klsslmmee, "'Iorlda.'Vm. .
Sanitary Board. Jessie McClelland of Klsslm-
THE' CIRCUIT COURT FOR''THE' 6. A copy of this resolution shall be me.. Florida
t- KVENTH' JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT OF published once each week for four con. ROBT. W. DAVIS.
1 THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND seeutlve weeks prior to said election In 40-6t R40lfl.t.
FOR OSCEOLA COUNT IN CHAN. the St. Cloud Tribune and the Klsstm
CERY. S. H SNYDER Complainant mee Valley Uaxette, and a copy thereof NOTICE] OP. ADMINIftTRATOR-' StateBankof
'vs. O. C. MAIN. QKf)Rnm MAIN. BOU shall be posted at the polling place FINAL, DISCKAHUIS:,
THERN COOPERATIVE HOME PURCHASING last used as a. polling place In each In Court of County Judge State of
COMPANY a private cor -lection district of the county not less Florida Osceola County.-In ... Estate
pnratlon of Jefferson County Ala,; than thirty days before the. date fixed of D. C. Lee.
MRS. HANNA K. MORGAN widow; herein for holding such an election. Notice I. hereby giver to all whom It Kissimmee
I BUTClf WHO MRS H. K MORGAN widow: WII- ERNEST MACH may concern that on the 4th day of
'L.IAM W. WATSON NAT ..POTNTZ. (Co. Com. Seal' ) Chairman. February :: apply to t'
'r.1i.DTI'Mx..r.phh.:
KNOWS HIS BUSINESS and all persons claiming Interest In Attest: J. L. Overstreet Clerk. the ; Judge of
the landsIn the bill of complaint In 42-6t. said Court .. Judge of Probate, for my
this case described under any of the final discharge aa Administratrix of the The of the world
in of this market. lie
is
? charge ,above named respondents If any of NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR. TAX estate of D. C. Lee, deceased, and..that .
'a purchases only the finest( meats the same be deceased or otherwise PBKD. at ,the same time I will present to said eyes
claiming Interest therein Respondents Court my final accounts as Admtnlstra*
, and handles them, ina manner : ORDER OF PUBLICATION Notice Is hereby given, that C.: A. trlx of said estate and ask for their approval
r that TOft.. C. MAIN. QEOROH- MAIN Straub, purchaser of Tax Certificate .
insures their freshness) when SOUTHERN COOPERATIVE HOME No. 94, dated: the 7th day of August' Dated July 26th A. D. 1818. the who
yon welcome them to your home. I PURCHASING COMPANT' a private A. D. I 1916 has field said certificate In FLORA B. LEE,' Administratrix. are on man
corporation 'of Jefferson County. Ala. ny office, and has made applicationor 83-lsm-6mo
Our unfailing1,courtesy and',bo elt MRS. HANNA MOROAN. widow= ( tax deed to Issue In accordance - -
MRS K. K. MOROAN. widow: WTLI.IAM with law. Said certificate embraceshe
methods appeal to folks who believe W. WATSON and NAT POTNTZ following described sit Bronchial: Trouble. (

in getting their money's You are hereby commanded to appear uated In Osceola County Florida, to. "
In the above entitled Court In the wit : Mrs. A. E. Sldenberder( Rockfield,

worth of quality &,oOOs. above entitled cause on or before the The North half of Lot SO, Park Oar. Ind. states "For an attack of bton-
Ind day of December A. D. 1(18. dens In Section 6 In Township 18,
WITNESS the honorable James W. Range tt East bald land being assessed chial trouble which''' usually assails SAVESPAUSE
Perkins Judge of the above Court. at date of Issuance of said certificate
and joy name and the In the name of N A. Clay. Unless me in the spring I find Chamberlain'sCough
"' seal of said o".rtC; at rI'.1:: Flor said certificate shall be redeemed Remedy the only thing; that '
City Market Ida on this the 2nd day of October according to law a tax deed will Is*
*" P. J.". i e. Dl's: the ind .day of ,November gives me relief. After using it for a
J. L. OVERSTREET A. D. bronchial
few all signs of trouble -
As Clerk of the Above Court J. L. OVERSTREET. days
(Circuit Court Seal.) 41-11. (Seal) Cleric Circuit Court. disappears.
By S. H. BULLOCK D. C. 4S-t. j

4 IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE for
Ask Your Grocer SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O.. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR .OO..otoOOO.OO.OOOOOOOO a moment, young man,
For FlMl In..r.e.
( )
THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND
0 THE CATTLE TICK. 0
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. IN CHAN thought to self. The
give
C.-i..e. a '
CERY. B 8. SNYDER. Complalnanvs I. C..ri .f State .f 0 0

O. C. MAIN. GEORGE MAIN. 'SOUTHERN Flerlda. An enemy- billions of him- 0

: COOPERATIVE COMPANY'a HOME private PURCHASING cor.. .. re Estate ef .lasses ,V. PremUs 0 is sucking the. blood of the Na 0 problems that confront you now or
'
poratlon of Jefferson Ala Oseeola Cesaty. tion. 0
County
CHEEKNEAisCOFFEES : MRS HANNA K. MORGAN, widow.;; Notice may concern Is hereby that given on the to all 10th whomIt day 4 Hidden in the grass of the '0 will a few years hence.!
MRS H. K. MOROAN. widow WILLIAM
W. WATSON, NAT J>OYNTZ..n4 : of April A. D. 1MB. I .hall apply to 4 southern pastures and ranges.: *
all the Honorable T. M. Murphy Judge of 0 Waiting to poison and kill 0 Look about .the
persons claiming Interest 1the said Court .. Judge of Probate for yon men of affair in coaiitry, state, nation-
.
lands In the 0
Bill of Complaint In 0 southern cattle.
this above case described under. any of the the Anal e.t.t.of discharge James as Administratrix W. Prentls. deceased of 0 Ready to sap the blood of cat- > yes, in the world, are the men who started te savi early in life.
named If
the same be respondents.deceased otherwise any of : and that at the same time I 0 tie it can not leave, as carrion in, *
or
.v 5 claiming Interest therein. Respnn will present Administratrix to said court my of ::I"l' accounts 0 the fields. They bare die retpect and confideace of the conuranity.
as estate
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dents ORDER OF PUBLICATION 0 The cattle tick. .0-
and ask for their approval.Dated
To all persons claiming' Interest In the A. Y>. 1918 Then look the other side the fellows whe
17. at
lands below described under O. C. September 0 Waster of precious meat- 0 on spend all tkty

Main George Main Southern Cooperative o-a-m-f-8-mo. MART J Adlmnl.tr PRENTIS lix. 0 spreader of Tick Fever. CoCo snake-they May ..?. n. food time for a while bat what does. their
f I Home Purchasing Company, a Co ,
DIP THAT TICK! '
personality reflect '
private corporation of Jefferson County '
1FI Ala IN CIRCUIT COI'RT. STATE] OF. 0 U. S. Department of Agriculture
RED CROSS RHEUMATIC REMEDY ; Mrs Hanna K !>Morgan wid.
; ow .Mrs, .H. 1C FLOIIIDA. OOtt .O OOOOOOtOOOt009000The .
; Morgan!: widow; l'Il- ,
e 3 The treat advantage over other rheurnatio Ham W. Watson, or 14a1 Poynts :If Seventh ...>.1"1.1-Tlrealt. OseeelaCeswty. A dollar. er so deposited In this bank will be the '

\ medicines: lies in the fact= that any of claiming the same Interest be deceased therein.or'otherwise . Is Caasieery. nndeos of an honorable bdependent career. ,

j it does not disturb the stomach. Many are hereby. commanded to appear You 1the M. C. Elm?.:. r..I.-...... vs. Harry small hours of the night have Make you berinninf lew-today. .Your bank i.
t eases hare bee permanently cured above entitled Court In the aboveentitled he who'makes J his
by ttrrmm mm* Daisy UryaB., Ms wife, no, terror for good took will pare the way.
k this remedy. This and more than one cause on the
A. D. 1919. The lands In question word. Remember your war ,savings

(f cold hundred and guaranteed other Ked taly Croaa by' Remedies'- are quarter: The, of South the Southwest'quarter half of the Southeast; and ed appearing by affldavlt append pledge. ' CaPital"stock ..____________. .-"._ ___ *l 0,000.0d
to
the bill filed In the above-.tated
CENTRAL DRUG STORE the South half of Lot 1 of Section I I. cause that Daisy Bryan,. one of the Se.fsndant. Resources: OTCT. -:.-----:; ------------ --
Lot 1 and.th. Northeast
quarter of the 600,000.00't"e
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therein named 4s
!!g ::bTetl'lu of Section 8; all In resideat'et'the State ef'.Florida a.;non."and In comforts of your home think{ Officers and Directors

Tb ... .,nat DOM Not Affect .tbl IMI/ the .Tallahassee South Meridian.Range !located> East of In Is and a resident of Marshallvllle. Georgia.., of the boys "over there." nave you ? .
that she Is over theasre of twent,
.'JIeee....oMts tonic sod Uxstl-w effect.LAX Osceola ,County, Florida.: WITNESS one years; It Is therefore ordered that kept your pledge to help support J him Co A. CARSON President M. KATZ and E. I*. LESLEY. P-P.
TIVB BEOMO QU1NINB Is txttmUusi on1taarFoual. the Honorable James W. Perkin.. said non-resident defendant be and Is .
?
.. and d_ mot ceae n.rv.ii.si. ....-4 ... mot Judge -of the above Court, and my hereby required to appear to the bill by investing in war savings. stamps ROMA THOMAS, Cashier
..In btsd. lUsaraibvr the full name sod name as Clerk thereof and the Seal of of complaint filed In soJd cause on or
loots; tot the eIcDD. l lt the Snd day of October, ,A. D ber, A.Mond.n otherwise the alleirs.tiona ,Or ve*.Tatele-M. chill Tootcrestorea N. C. BRYAN. N. a CA.RSONILEA1'%, ,,t .
Means' Monitions" Buy Lib: of 11'blii will be taken C. A. CARSON. H.'FLEMING .
Money J. It OVKR8TRBHTC11.0' / aa.con vitality sad eoertr br purifjrini sad sarlcBba Dlr.cterRLESLEYr:
.
fessed
said defendant.It
by
A.' the blood. 'Yoa caa aoaa,..11te tkieusta- I. WADE TUCKER, I
.orty.Bonds._ ; ... 4 te Abere Cour I. further ordered that this order ,
(Circuit Court. Seal) U-It. bs..publlsa.4 'one* a week lot fear clot lavttaraUas ROsct.Price SOo.r +
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EIGHT THE KISS1MMEE: VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY OCTOBER IS, 1918THKMH -1

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;;i..''.!' Ily RED .CROSS I :i'


;,. Officers HELP THE GOVERNMENT ,L' :

.. Chairman, -Mayor J. S. Cadel.

son."'Vice-Chalrm.n-Mn.. B. B. Simp- : ,;

''ir'irJ Secretary-Mrs. E. E. Wells. :, "


: Doa Treasurer Other l: members, Kate.'.of the' Executive: War Saving and Thrift Stamp Free :; .

J C. A. Carson, A. E. Donegan. ,
Judge T. -M. Murphy. .:
Supervisor of Woman's Work < .
AHII irii.iNif iiHKiiun.",,,, _"M) tm'.'*11 IItISBSlina! And a Mrs.. N. C. Bryan. wi '
wld' variation of "I.I Kii.M Chairman Knitting: DepartmentMrs. commencing :
For all goods purchased during the period A .
.
W. J.
.. : S.Carr.
'* Carry a Uric*. .oi-k .,* ...>".* drrmM-rn+ b Mad
other MiTlcti, ., .t .IIII.hdre..rra, . are ,n."umllrIntrrmtril
knt the
In. ( 1 Work in' the surgical dressings 'department Saturday Sep. 2,8 g Ending Saturday Oct. 26
.
goes steadily,on, and while ,
t' It -I.. only'natural v.o, too. should be Interested In both kind Lf'l more women are devoting time to 4
dHcd, housewlfn' that we )inuet this service the force is not suf
'drcsscrn. for Ite to the stylishly yet FOR CASH ONLY
... .
., .lil. and "o. .
look for ll h drorrv dreMlnK; flctent to bring KlssimmeVs, allotment ,
'
I*rid' up to date. Others should volunteer
'
GRANTHAM .without delay and spend( .at For.each $5.00 worth of goods. purchased a
C. H. least part,;:of Wednesday! Thursdayor

"77.Satisfactory 'or." Friday at the morning'rooms.'.and Don't Friday forget, afternoon the Thrift Stamp will be given; for 'each $75.00

'" truth of the proverb "Many hands' worth of War Stamp .
$5.00 Savings
make light work." goods a

I...............j .. most Miss efficient Mildred as Turville:well ,as one faithful-of. the will be 'given. We' have a nice stock of
t. '
workers in this department, has returned -
-. f.pm her summer's trip to
New York, and will add more impetusto Aluminum Ware Enameled Ware

the work J
Will Sell Shoes
A few more articles are needed tomr.ke .
up the linen shower for the I -.
Dishes
\ Kissimmee chapter of. the AmericanRed eK
Cross. These are; 200 hand tow- t
For CashThis els, 10 sheets and 25 .handkerchiefs.These .
Only should be sent to the Red Cross{ Cooking Stoves For Both Oil and GasolineBig
i work rooms on the second floor of,the j i
Casino building, or direct to Mrs. N.
stock. of Loaded Shells Guns Rifles Etc.
C. Bryan, supervisor of woman's ,
!is" to notify my friends and customers that after this date
+ work.Wool Paints and Varnishes of All Kinds. This is
'no shoes will be charged to any one under any circumstances.The for the knitters is expectedto
reach here any day as notice has
been received that it has been released chance and varnish have
to paint' as we
a
government has fixed the price of SHOES for all grades from 'the warehouses. Only

and the profit will now be too small to permit selling, them on charge sweaters and socks are to be made

n accounts. from this workers allotment.The registered. at the Red Some Good Bargains in PaintsAlso

Cross work last week,
rooms were:
Our Stock however, will be kept (fully up to the usual standard '
Mrs. 1'.. II. Ingram, Mrs. A. W. Bailey -
y and we will continue to handle a full line of the best quality $hoes Mrs. J. S. Cadel, Miss Bachofen? on all accounts paid by October 5 we

i for Men, Women and Children, and solicit your continued patronage. Mrs. B. B. Simpson, Mrs. ,Ludlow Mrs. G., Miss W. BestMrs.Fennell Bertha -, will give a Thrift Stamp for each $5 payment.W.B.Makinsoa .

Twitchel, and Mrs. Conrad Bry
<'I an. _
'H. C.ST ANFORD CO. All Nurses 'Should Register.
Sometime ago an effort was madeto Co.
register all the qualified nurses in
the country,with' a tabulation of their
names, addresses where they were on
duty'and the amount of their exper
i ience. This was to be done throughthe
,
Red Cross chapters and in order _
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that every community be reached, a --c ----
chairman of the nursing committeewas worthless but should be given,to the
OSCEOLA. HOTEL THEOverland appointed in each chapter Mrs.L. girl scouts who are collecting the ar It's Good Sign .
Garageis H.. Ingram who was 'appointed ticles as rapidly. possible.Nut a
Will. open for the'Fall and Winter. chairman of the ;Kissimmee chapter) Shells May Bare Our Boys. when an engaged couple or ;t
Season, Sept. 12th. now under new management. is gathering data for thin vicinity, The boy scouts are shouldering\ ? a young married couple, go .
Families contemplating spending All work on all make of cars and and desires the'names of all experienced their share of this conservation cam- out house-huniingtogether, '
t the Winter in Kissimmee will find marine work done promptly.'FrankJ. nurses whether they be graduate paign as usual and are collecting the And they don't have 'far to
our accommodations pleasand and nurses or not.; 'Just now an'urgent Fruit stones, fruit pits and nut shellsto hunt if they come first to us,
.
home-like. Jones is in charge of the repair ,call is going out for help in answer this call., Whenever you for we are sure to have
RATES REASONABLE department. caring for the sufferers of the influenza see a peach stone, apricot pit, prune 1 what they want right on our <
and should there be nurses here pit,plum pit,olive pit,date seed,cher list at the present time. If ;
n MRS. W. H. ARNOLD f. TYNER, Mgr. who could help in the present epihemie ry pit, Brazil nut shell,Walnut shell, you are seeking a home, .. >
PROPRICTRCSS they schould notify. Mrs. Ingram or hickory nut shell, remember that t ready built, or a place to
without delay. "10,000 splendid Canadians died like build one, it will p.y''OII to
Save Tin and Platium.A stifled flies from the first attack of come in and :talk it over:,
new call for conservation Is ringing poison German gas." Save every with us. Some splendid bar
;
i MANHATTAN HOTEL in the ears of every citizen be he seed and stone and telephone',for the gains to>> offer our tfien a.
A: E. DROUGHT rich or poor, and this) call is for the following scouts: Patrol leaders,
; Now Open for the Winter Season., preservation of what has heretofore Frank Woodall, Milton Graham and BREAKER REALTY COMPANYKISSIMMEE
115 BroadwayReal been thrown aside (is. refuse-tin, Christie Summers; Scouts, Lewis
with Com- fruit stones and nut shells. Tin and O'Bryan, Jr., Arthur Bullock, Clyde FLORIDA
A Hotel all the
h Family '1
,\ Estate and Insurance platinum as well are used for pro Harris,. Fred Evans, Walter Griffin,
forts of Home. --
ducing carbon to protect our men and Lawrence Brown.
REPRESENTSThe from the deadly poison gases of the No Matter How Maay You.HaVe Bouflt; Take Another $50 Bond At L ut. i

RATES $2.50 PER DAYSpecial Home Insurance Co. of New Germans. There are three sources RED CROSS WORKERS RECEIVENO

i York, the National Fire InsuranceCo. from which we are asked to collect I PAY. '.y..
by the Week. tin, tin foil collapsible tubes and -'
of Hartford, The Sun, and pewter misapprehension a yt
articles which always contain a Through some .1
MRS. R. B. SAVAGE[ other reliable companies. in Kis 0 !
Prop. many large per cent of tin. Not one of rumor has gained currency r
: these should be thrown away ,.s. simmee that leaders in Red Cross ,

_. L ._, work here were receiving high salaries , --
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for their services.
This is a manifest injustice to be ,
1 1'L those ladies who have given so unsparingly Q{
r of their time1 and energies >w
and have been so untiring in provide
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
ing comforts and necessities for our a
boys in camp and at the front.

.. The. Red Cross positively'prohibits THE NEXT BEST THING --
salaries
.. the paying of or perquisite
to any local workers, and It this,were
to do if unable
believe the women of Kis- you are to go
not so, we
System Means Simplicity simmee who are interested in the and fight for your country

Red Cross, would be too patriotic to and all humanity Is to ,'" '-
accept pay. ,
not "red tape." .

ti' Here at the Citizens Bank of Kissimmee system is the first order RED CROSS WILL SUPPLY _
E .. NURSES. Buy Liberty Bonds .
; I of the day. -' t
Thi Red Cross, "the greatest mother -

)'l j And because of tl"is, you find it easy to get the ear of any official. in the world" will pay for nurses and-then more bonds. Subs <
who will care for sufferers from influenza .
b' ; t without delay in regard to your financial matters. in families that are not financially scribe today. DON'T BE A 0'
a f able to pay for this care. SLACKER. '
? There is no "Red Tape" to contend with. We are here to serve This was the instruction received ,

? I slsr I 2.a you-and serve you well-thereby- benefitting ourselves by ,securing' the this Jfisslramee:)'week by, ,M.chapter.',Katz, treasurer AIet"thlscity of OSCEOLA

sa 4 your co-operation to have your .friends bring their accounts here has not' suffered from a :serious MOTOR
4 < epidemic of this disease, but in the
event any family should need this aid
Citizens BankOF from the Red' Cross, the Kissimmeechapter COMPANY

-: .at,iaRUa'n'R'" I 'WS.S. funds. will supply 'the, 'necessary 307.309

t Broadway k
lout ajarmos STAMPS
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KISSIMMEE 4.uu sw Turn r' PlIes c.r.41. 6 to 14 Day ., c

t.u Tic'r bank wiry tie ability and wffliof. 'UHITED.COVERKMCMT TATE..;' tr own.' tl bttiefamdmancT ItchlnttTBiicd.6lMdIn U PAZO..rProtradlasFUM.nuevMluhtal OnHHEMTMta. II
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