Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: October 25, 1918
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00878
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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; CEOLA CATTLE MEN ARE WALTER' 'R, LAWSONISWINNINC FINE PEPPER CROP KISSIMMEE NOW HAS FIRST


HONORS READY TO, MARKET

iron ERADICATION OF TICKS t I, -'' - : RATE LANDING STATION

BirminghamAla., Oct. 22, 1918 Clark' Howell,' one of the successful
Dear Fatherr: am enclosing a farmers of this .section is qualifyingas
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the general election next until. 14 dippings have been made clipping from the Birmingham Age. a grower'of' unusually fine peppers Last Sunday when the rythmic offered thei! services. About twenty,
voters of Oeceota county will go This'will' cover a period of'about six Herald written by Walter captain. thlear, and'is beginning to supply purr'' of the' airships was heard and pine tree was cut down and made
I know 'will be to hear from the, local market from his field. He
[record' favoring the compulsorying months. Some objection has been you proud two large planes were seen approaching into wood. Palmettos were dug up;' ;
> of cattle or favoring, the tick raised to the 14'days proposition' and him. I have good news to 'you thatI has: out, about an acre and a half of from, the south, the populationran a mowing, machine.and rake were put
leaving him undisputed pos- urge a 21 day period but investigation know you''will be glad to hear. Lieut. this vegetable and says, the plantsare out on the streets as usual to wit- to work and the hollow were filled In.
ion of one of 'the most valuable of this method which has been Hammond and Lieut Lawson il i credited growing off splendidly and prom= nes 'their astonishing feats of flight When the ground was cleared of all
ustries in the county. There I UJe tried in part. of Texas where drought Jointly with a boche plane also lie an abundant yield. then- their settling down for' the trash across was 'marked in the center
doubt of .the tesults of his el. rendered cattle unusually weak, he hat been recommended for the distinguished Last yea papers sold. in. the New week-end but what was their disappointment of the long arm of the field to di.
Jon, for one by one of ''Florida's proved to be unsatisfactory and the cross and stood his phys- York market at from $5 to $8 per .when the planes circled rect the flyers. This is two feet wide
titles have decreed that tick. will ranch .men returned to the original] icial examination for gallentry all crate, and a fair yield under favorable about several times and then. flew and about thirty feet long.
i will join 14 day dipping. away field as it how stands is of the
tlte'rank.i of these which have, already The immediate cost to the ownersof salient. With love to all sayi" at 1000 crates to the aero.. This It loon became known that thelanding :t approved type, an L field, 1500
....i pronounced the tick an outlaw. this dipping will be the necessary MRS. W. R. LAWSON.' I. when the season is a long one and on the ]lake "shore addition, feet east and west by 600 feet deep,
t', Already cattle men-an beginning tolljf force to carry on the work. The government ...Capt. Kenyon Roper, C.A.. C., the'' plants continue bearing for almost provided by the city, had been reclaimed bordering. on the hard road to' St..
feel the restrictions of these progressive will provide a head inspectorwho Nin'ty-tlnt aero squadron< First army twelve months.,, by the, lake after the recent Cloud., The L extends on north from, "* t
'. counties and Osceola stock can- will be in .charge of the campaign ,corps writes The Ape-Herald] When asked what ,he expected ,to heavy rains, and until other arrange. the 'east edge an arm 800x400 feet.This .'
k j ; not be shipped to points in the State and the 'State will furnish that he is sure Birmingham' will be make on,,his crop, Mr. Howell ]laughed -, mentt were made Kissimmee 'could ,is to permit the ships Jandin'g' Y.
glad to hear thai Walter R.. Lawson' and said There is telling 4
other than 'Mr.Ordia'Bass ; no have ho .
'(' recognized slaughter state inspector: ,, now more visiting planes.Lieutenant from any direction.
;< point., they cannot move the cattle occupies that i position.. The Federal: ] has recovered from a .Ievere'wound see \.'no reason why though I should Spencer and his com While'.tho city officials are having '
f, from to other received while flying far in Germany. not ,net $1.50 per crate'and it looks panion motored Kisimmee when
one county 'ar as form. Inspector will divideHhe"county into the work of.:clearing this field done
?.erly nor feed on'.the same ranges.There dl.t.rlcta. .and the county will 'provide Lawson's. name Is not given In the now! as"" if there' would be plenty, of their business was" transacted In' .St. they are receiving strong cooperationfrom _.

U only one practical' course a local inspector to look after, the Birmingham'city's directory., them. Cloud and .spent the remainder of the S. L. Lupfer and his sons, J. E.
i.open to this county and that is to fall dipping of all cattle' in his section. Capt. Roper's' letter which arrived Mr. Howell, ls another farmer'whois time here. Lieutenant Spencer' in and 'Sam Clark Howell and other
..into linet and begin a systematic cam"paign A convenient division will be Shingle last night, is as1 follows: trying out rice as a grain and hay charge the cross-country flyers at prominent men who realise the value
for tick eradication. Orange i Creek and the Point the Partin Set. "August' 81, 1918, Nin" y-fint Aero crop!; Last 'season when he sold off Dorr ,V1eld. near Arcadia' and was to Kissimmee of being. officially
Is engaged in' the fight; Brevard, ..St.Xucie tlement Narcossee Deer P.rk. Whit. Squardon. Ms cabbage and other truck crops he here to consult the city. officials in known on the map as a landing place
and Okeechobee are just beginning tier Canoe Creek and the sand hill "Dear Sir; I know that Birmingham plan corn and raised*a good crop regard to a'recognised landing place for,! Uncle Sam's air men.;
"' the conflict and at no later time section. *'' is delighted to hear that WalterR. !but [was the early part of/ August for the air men. He expects to locate Miss .Jean Thomas, one of Orlan

could Osceola advantageously or sot The county has already] voted an Lawson .has recovered from< a se I befo he had the -land cleared and adequate 'landing place. at. regular do's well liked teachers, is spending r
vere .wound in his chest which he received :plan to rice. The grain is now maturing '
-cheaply: carry on the warfare as in appropriation of $1,500 toward build intervals from Arcadia to northern her vacation with her parents in Kls-
connection with her vats while flying deeply Into Germany and Is being'' harvested. Mr. cantonments. simmee while '
neighboring'Counties. ing and with the two mill levy the schools' are cl4.edto
will be able to put In the required on a reconnaisancB' trip. His Howell says be is -surprised5atth.. Lieutenant Spencer was taken out prevent the spread ef Influenuu,
With the courageand spirit hav been well yield!*' In grain though the straw is field the streetfrom J. be well
passing of the compulsory number and finance their operations. Ito .tbt just across I. H. Hopkins, who will remembered -
dipping' law in November im- Cattle men estimate that fully 60 noted by his comrades here. We are not cry. long This U due no doubtto J I Dr. Carson's dairy farm and ; as having' spent the past '
todiate results may be- expected for vats will be needed to. properly carryon proud of him. Although be I. still the lateness In the season when it,{shown the stretch ,t1f land belongingto winter here with his 'talented daughter
I if is understood that the 'board of the campaign.With weak-. has rejoined his squadron, was ]planted The best features of the Johnson brothers. lie exj Miss J: L. Hopkins Was'a visitor
county commissioners have agreedto the beginning, of operationsnext and is anxious to fly again. It is rice growing is that it Is a short time j'pressed l .himself as delighted with the to Kissimmee Wednesday They are
furnish all dip from that date on March the pests will practicallybe customary. for a 'wounded man totake croP and that. its specialty'ii abundant -!location but indicated that some work< occupying 'their pretty winter home ,
'to the progressive cattle men whohave eliminated in six months in most convalescent leave but' even rain, fact it has no objection.to would have to be expended; upon it at St.'Cloud this season .
been fighting the tick at their sections .of the county, though in the this he refused. Perhaps, in his growing. in water. (before ships could safely land there, Mr. T. H. Luke of Fire Creek, W.
own expense. The general campaign swampy portions, and those not ..ascesaible weakness he does not know any bet. The' ground on which this fine rice and:'right there,Kissimmee got busy Va., arived in Kis imme*' with her:
; will not begin however until! early ] it may' take a year or more tel'; but, anyway tt is a darn good wa* tg.1'OW1Wal enriched for 0 the ,I Bright'', .nd-early Monday morning family, Sunday,arid baa taken up her
spring possibly about the middle of spirit and his friends at home oughtto -truckfcropB with otable'fertilizer] and the''city's"street gang was put to abode'at the lAke House, which. ah*.
,: )March and continue every 14 day. (Continued! on Page 4.) hear. .of it." tha. corn was given a slight application .work .I in' company with citizens who will' open to the'public.
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FEW JOY RIDERS WERE no fertilizer.A 1-----: -;
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FINECR'UP OF RICE GROWN IN EVIDENCE'LAST SUNDAY number"*of farmers in this section I 1I :
i. ,-, ;' have reverted to this old time EIGHT CARLOADS OF OSCEOLA . J

Though the fuel administrator crop 'fat their feed and hay'proposi
\l withdrew' its requests for' gasolinetess tion this year and it.promises to be 1;

HERE BY S. W. TURNERThe Sundays the public conscience. come'generally, adopted''' as' a follow- STOCK 1FF-TO MARKETIltat' : .
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seems '.-bit tender* 'y t and..tt a up'ciop-if: W. an.,, induatrylntdtasjf.The : :
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great many'of Kiasimmee't citizens; T J
-- I motored out last Sunday. ;V- saving of gasoline was observed -
.... growing' of rice commercial than a' year ago. One of the garages reported''' a to the ]letter here particularly on I o.cit.oia.county. is takinga the growers in 'a'. position ,'to ,hold -
8 iuSVpes aoM ,time .a( u"ble.in.. Mr.: Turner is having his grain number of traveling cars as well. as account of the city officials ,who took ,1 hand' in the food production' campaign their stock- until the ''market was to
and sent
I' dustry of this section is being revive threshed out then to Bartowto local machines stopping during the a determined stand at the outset of :' Is. evident,from the shipment their entire satisfaction and not be.

,."> ed' by S. W. Turner at the Johnson from be the cleaned. The rice differs little lay, though it was generally ngreed the regulation ,and dealt, out justice of stock from the Kissimmee yards compelled to sell at a set time wheth.
commercial 'exceptthat
i place east of the city where twenty it is a softer, mellower product grain.The that travel was not generally up to to a {ew'careless Cln..and partially i this week when seven carloads offat'attleand er quotations were to their liking or'not.
.normal-notwithstanding! the fact that due to the general public who are unanimous a car load of hogs. "' 5:1
of this hag reach strawis'
baled and
product for
acres just being
hay in the matters started rolling. Mr. Bas is of the r
the weather man ordered an idea opinion "nothing. one, pioneer .
ed maturity is from 3 to 3V4 tons the .
making to
day. i much until we win this war" Three cars of cattle belonged\ to stock men of this section, mcI. his ,:
Mr. Turner had his field planted to acre.. i, .{ Sam Summerlin and the'remaining' opinion carries the weightofyears' }*,- '
cabbage and tomatoes ,'last spring "Just this 'time when 'conditions .r
t ; at four cars were the property of Rull of experience which have resulted in
: then as a follow upx crop he planted demand that stock feed as well as every :
Bass. These hogs were of the Duroc- a pronounced success in this Industry. .
rice and gave it absolutely no' further thing else should be grown ,at PLEDGER TAKES ISSUE \WITH: If Jersey breed and 'were In splendid
attention. It made wonderful home when ] ,
a possible.rice holds splen condition.. A part of this'shipment SIX MORE OSCEOLA COUNTY
growth some of the straw measuringfive did possibilities for the Florida farmer -
was ''grown by. SherifJncram and BOYS CALLED TO THE COLORS '
feet and the average will be four who should-include a few acres.. \ ''While the ,
OPINION OF ORLANDO AlliSOctober was,fattened on corn hogs ';
..' feet. for home use and feed if it had no attraction from Roll Bass' farm had eaten their Six more Osceola county boys'were "
The field] has attracted considerable as a business proposition.One fill from ans 18 acre peanut and chufa called to the colors this week and lert
attention as an experimental of the best features of the ... '
crop cropIs -- -field .The stock was consigned to Wednesday for Ft. Dade Florida,
to those who are farming here now that It may be planted any time 23, 1918. sett the nominee Instead of Mr. Guy t Jacksonville to be sold on the open where they will be trained for military '
and as it has developed experienced from April to August. A field of An' Open Letter -Messrs.. Robinson Isnt it also a rule of law that when market service. They were: Achla Me
men who have ben familiar with the this grain on the Clark Howell place] &i; Bridges, Attorneys Orlando Fla. Somersett pleads] as he did in'his petition Speaking of stock raising here Mr. ; Clelland Grover Tindall. Malcolm]
cropin California and Louisiana just east of the city planted in' August Gentlemen: Your letter address it was the duty of Guy on the Bass remarked that the time was fast I Overstreet Owen Jernigan M have estimated the yield between 45 is heading now. ed to Mr. Ernest Mach of the Boardof side of the defense to don) or explain] coming when the cattle men. would and Jack Barber. They were registered w,
end >0 bushels to the acre. The Mr. Turner is one of the most progressive County Commissioners of Osceola the statements in the petition bywayof !'appreciate the value of heavier feeding in the first selective draft. '
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growth and leld havo been remarkaU farmers of this section anda '
'county advising him that there was answer before there was what we .anI! would devote more attentionto
'.' t considering the lack 'of cultivniflon i great friend to the cabbage[ crop. no Democratic nominee for the office. know as an'Issue, for the Court to the 'raising of these feeds on their Mrs. G. 'C. Allen and two sons of, i.-'
4: I the field has had:... The land was He is planting fifty acres oh his of County Commissioner of.the Fifth' try? Then isn't it a fact that before farms* and ranches.; This would result Lakeland are on a visit to her parents
,new too, having been plowed up less-I place east of the city. District of this county has been pub- Mr. Guy could be divested'1! of his' in heavier animal and would put''', Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bass.

shed In l last week's edition of. the nomination the Judge would.have to WI .a
kissimmee Valley Gazette, and has make an order saying that the County '
Ii; SHERIFF INGRAM. LOCATES A'N. been noted by the public. C&vaaaing'rd should 'change
. In as much. lam the regular attorney its nomination 'and'name Somersett LIEUT. CAL McCAUGHEN SAYS'CO.
instead of Don't also] know
for the Board of County Commissioners Guy. you
and that I had also ad that if there was any reason why
ILLICIT STILL AT NARCOOSSEE vised'' them upon the gamer subject Somersett could not be ordered the MAKING FINE RECORDCamp

but frankly etating to them ,that I I nominee that there was nobody else .
-- would like for them to procure the who.could receive it,, named in thooe
Sheriff L. H. Ingram had a unique was placed] under arest and, ,will be opinion of other counsel, because I papers and that Guy would still haveto buying
[ experience Friday afternoon when he turned over to the Federal authori had represented Mr. Guy in the contest hold] that nomination for,the want Mills, N. Y., Oct. 13, 1918.I bonds the' boys are willing to
discovered a woman in.the. very act ties.Referring proceedings: against him, and my of Somersett's Inability to show a am mailing to you and several of put out the fight too. .It would do
t of manufacturing illicit liquor at her to the Pakenham brand opinion to the Board being directly better right to it than he had and the folks back home, copies of a new some civilians good to see buck privates .
f home near Narcoossee, and placed! brings to' mind.the supposed origin of opposite to the one which you ren.dered. don't you know that the order Judge song that was written about the old buying' $100.00 bonds ,on the '
S her under arest. >' the name Cal, Pakenham, at the ,..nd upon which they-acted I Perkins made did not say one word "Second Florida and dedicated princely income of $30.00 per month.
The officers of the law"have been' time, of the war,oil 1812 in command feel that it is a reflection upon my about the County Canvassing Board chiefly,to the memory of this famous However it is all in the game with
t r cognisant of the fact''..liat "bug juice" of the forces at the battle of New Orleans professional integrity to allow your doing anything And don't you organisation. them and If they were toM the front "
sow being distributed 'in the vicinity I ] was killed and 'the relative letter to remain unanswered.. know that the County Canvassing The song is quite cleverly gotten line trenches was the order for them
I for some time and had been 'hunting desiring} to send the body home to Allow me to ask you a few ques- Board is the only body that, by law up and embraces all one can say tomorrow it, wouldn't make any dtf. r ,
for 'the "source. On Friday 'Sheriff England enclosed it in. a barrel of lions on legal proceedure in order can nominate or declare the nomina- about my old company and even ference as one developes a m *;ter-of- '.
sm 'in company with Marshall rum/10 the story goes. The regular that .the public may know and under. tion of any county officer And don't though the name has been changed, fact way in the army regardless of ,
(.Sntsdoca of,St. Cloud, motored out supply of this beverage gave' out stand the reasons and logic upon you know that'when you' rendered the same pep ,and snap that characterized what,comes or goes, it is all right.. y
the''farm.of Bob Evans and. suf- but the sailors would] not be denied which e ash of us',base our opinion. that opinion' you did/a grave injustice the Second Florida continuesin So far our company has been :very'lucky .
Mrs. Evans in the midst of the their rum and since that time It 'is Your letter says you read over the to yourselves to the Board of County Company B. regarding sicknen'although
.wing. said the brand has been known...as Court papers and that by reason of Commissioners and the people of 0... The personel of the company is com- the usual number of colds and'minor.
The still was one of the regular Pakenham.. the Judge's order In the contest proceeding ceola county and tried to reflect discredit posed of men from all parts of the ailments spring"uPr nothingserious'-
arkenham variety, a little larger ,. there 1s no ,Democratic nominee upon me as a professionalman country, all nationalities. and creeds, has been our 1< t.
ban,Jsj) N(commonly used when this Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hale and their for said office Didn't Mr. Som- and it ls remarkable how they all Th. boys from the north are particularly =
is attempted and',wu equip.T grand daughter Miss ''Marie .Boyd, rsett's petition of the contest say Finally, do ':you mind stating, bend. together-all thorobghly American ! ] used to the' cooler climate ,.
tittk aten gallon can, copper arived Wednesday from' Omaha, Ill.; that Mr. Guy was the nominee, declared whether you as. citizens< voted for and with the one thought" of of this section'and are not so mindful
_llpee" and 'cooling ..troughs. Then to .spend the 'winter- so by the County'Cannalng' Mr. W. V; Knott at' the election'-In- ."win' the war." of a little cold,,as 'are the boy from'. .
t'at'plentifnl'supply' of masb on They the ''ICi'.hnmee'j Board? Wasn't the petition brought November,. 1916? Yours truly,; It inif ht' surprise some.folks a. tohow around home. However our boy)
id.'and about a gallon.of "juice." areamong against the County Canvassing Board MILTON.. PLEDGER.. ;far these fellows 'will,.go. For were well seasoned in the 'service and
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*,bwassonfiscated by .the officers residents here :rant..are welcomed by and Mr. Guy named as ,,tontesteeT :instance,, we .staged a Liberty.Loan can stand anything that nay be dealt
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--bfC st-t* townv !a' large:circle -of friend -The,.-.will Didn't Mr Somersett, In his.petition, E...D. Katz -went..to,Tamp*:Thursday drive ,the.other evening,, that topped out. s
KV Nothing' was' to be see'At'Eraruu occupy'the 'Franklin: cottage on Emmett nljc.; ask the court to order the County night, to bring home his wife, .all other'companies by a large mar- The;news reports for the'past' few-1'
I Mr..-Evans was caught In the : street recently vacated by W. ,Canvassing.. Board to change its who has been'there at the bedside of 'gin.. Ourboys subscribed T 7&u.OO T.. III ,

''.of, .. manufacturing the booze' ',she I W..:Saunders: ; .. nomination so:'as ,to declare: Somer- her brother-in-lay; Gun! Smith in one evening, so you* see along'with" :. .(Continued. On,Pap Fight). .

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., TOE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAlEn FRIDAY. OCTOBER 25 1918 .
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eli Benjamin DeP-oo. St. Cloud. 581 William Howe Arnold KU.lmme- .".
: INSTRUCTIONS FOR SENDING 8D8 Will Urirfln, Klsslmmee. an Tom Williams', Klsslmmee.
"TAR. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is 684 Burton Weber Ames, Klsslmmee TIN R. J. PadKett Kenanavlle. .
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Thomas .
620 Roll Johns Klaslmmee. 108 John KI..lm.
CHRISTMAS BOXES 207 Uunnay Martlnus Nel"on, Peer an Yralc"vler LaPont -1,
-' just what I need. It IS a splendid Park. Klsslmmee.
6,8 Richard Deer Park. (70 Alfred Ashley Myea.

i laxative, mild and pleasant and acts so TO THE BOYS OVER SEAS '' 724 170 .Alpheus Sum Sharp Dlckerson, Kenansvllle.Ollbert KIs- Its N 'Hairklah William Hancock, Klsslmmee.Oeo. Lokosee.Park. .'


quickly and easily. I wouldn't be without it -- 214- "Imn.e.Olenn Dell. Rore Kls"lmm..e.Barn..y 106 Robert. Chess Miler, Klaslmmee.

Howard Klsslm-' 713 Wallace H. Phillips, K..nan."II.
j ": Only one parcel will be accepted by boxes are 'but 821 Harvey 474 Mike Peterson St ,
and keep it in our home all .the time. i packe unwrapped, Klsslmmee.Bert .
; the M ClVtt's. Hbltscluw Kisulm- 606) leo. Oabrlel Steffee.
. . war department througrh the Red!they must weigh mora than two Erasmus 347 Jones, Klsslmmee.

: From a letter to Dr. C.JJweIIrht.nby, \ .. Cross for each soldier overseas. pounds fifteen ounces. If the parcel 89 ('mea ho..' Ralph Howard-' Kls"lmmle. 129 Lent Stephens, K nan vllle. '

(Mr. O. C. Murphy, 4 Walker Street, I Each soldier will be provided with is overweight some article must be 818 48 John Meier Lather Clark. Heaves.". KIsBlmmee. 100 Samuel' Frederick Hadley' Kia. "' ,'

y : Atlanta&. / one Christmas parcel .label. This label I removed. 666 Robert.Edward Lee St. Cloud. ,60 drec: Comes, St. Cloud.
Summer.
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liii Robert Bruce DeWess.. KI""lmmf Hlsrhlower
< will be forwarded to him | Po not put perishable food, soft 186 Fredetlck Stewart. Gibert. Kl.- II .

.i Dr. Cald well's .. by the person in the United States j I candy or anything in olaS contaln- 284 Morgan stm mee.Brown.. Klsslmmee. tIll 861 James Karl Chapman Kdward Oirleaby Barber, St.. Coud

from 'whom he wishes to receive his I era J you wish it to reach'its destination 246 Jason Steven Boyd Klsslmmee.' 29 John Robert Jongan. Narcooa.
Klsslmmee
Christmas package. Packages that unspoied. ( 624 177 Jams John N..ltaal Cndel Mann St. Cloud. (23 Harry Edward McKay St. Cloud.'

I Syrup Pepsin do not bear this label will not be ac. Do not mal the box yourself. 2114 Wllllol. .Franklin Kc-ndrlck. .Uccr .40 Daniel James Whldden Klsslm

cepted by the Red Cross for delivery. When packed .box should be takento Ill? James niles. Deer Park. tIlib Sam e'lll'r. Campbell. ,'
406 Oehue Rowland St. Cloud. 212 ,' Adams, KlsslmmeoUeorRe .
to the post office authorities. Labels the nearest station designated
colectio'n 641*. Fred McClelland. St. Cloud 640no Waahlnftton Thomas.. Ht.

The Perfict Laxative that are )lost will not be' duplicated., by the Re Cross, and un 164 169 Alexander Klsslmmen Johnson.Klsslmmee.KIsBlmmee'. Adolf'Knobel, Klsslmmen Park. ;

Christmas parcels mustbe placedin ) wrapped, ready inspection. Red 61)1 Henry (\'fllal.McLaughlIn,' Klsslmmep. 12' Arthur Permlnter Klsslmrn' ;4

cardboard boxes, three by four 'by Cross representatives 'are' authorizedto ( 340 William Timothy Lmb. KlBslmWaKer -
us< H. Charles Hartley, St. Cloud.
Sold'by Druggists Everywhere nine inches In size. These boxes will remove objectionable articles from 112 Will Howard Klsslmmee.UK 6' (urydon .Bass Jr.,_ KIsNorman" -
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50 cts. ( ;::) 1.00 be provided to holders:of labels by; parcels. $hipper will' tlen' affix. uf. John Mallory Lewis alfor"81.arlnM'la";.. KlBslmmee.4U6 Klsalmmee. 326 Luther Bright. Klsslm. '",

the Red Cross.. They may be obtained ficient postage'on parcels to 664 435 (Owen'ha rle"Wm.Plnokney Taylor. lunar. Par" 242' John'H. Clay,,Klsulmmee.Robeit . .

at Red Cross,chapters or branches cay tem) to Hoboken, N. J. Parcel 129 William Hlley Godwin. St. Cloud. 37 Ferdinand Schmidt,' Kla.
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.. Recommended as a positive remedy'.for constipation after Novembqr 1st. ,. post .zone, rates will be ,charged. The 829 Edward,uintnie'c. L>ewey Campbell Kin878 816111.alnl"Dudley. Simmons Klsslm. '. ,,I(

I With each box Jvill'',be'' glen' comletev parcels are .remain in. the custody ''Theodore Win. let.ry Smith,' ,$l. .,
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,.. mild and, gentle in its .acti n. The ' instructions'regardinc'' !. 'the !articles of the Red .t"Cross until delivered to 649 ('hap('Iuu"C. N wton SI-.'('loud. 4 21! Cluud JiinleM, fuvr.I'JIIII 7,c'J("lmpl.l.I It..r, Klaslm.. '

which be aen.t an.j list of the postal authorities.In 127 Lon Henry Ingrain Klsslmmee
may a John'Milton Cooper, Klpslmmee.
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in 87
standard family remedy countless homes.A 7O3 Boston Lewln. Orlando. '
articles barre.d.byq J I the postal 'authorities the event'. of a Christmas parcel 471 Chas. Zeanous L||I'Iln.ol. ft 74m Jim tlr<-en. Klaslmmee.Jnlnes 4

trial. bottle can 'be obtained by writing to ; Study, these? instrUcthna 'ivn.i\ label being lost, no duplicate can be 688, Thol'lIr CIud. Smith. ,Johnson. .Kls lm4'll VIMS John James Clark Rivers ilrlfnn., Klsslmitiee.Dan KI..slmm.. .'

avoid mistakes No \' issued.: This' rule cannot be'altered moe, H Myid Johnson KI"lmmM j.
: Dr. W. B. Caldwell 458 Washington Street messages'. '.' ( Thomas Lcd' )),: KIII..lnul.... WllllHin Thorn McWhood :
written material-of any: kind will be'! by anybody. 4 Cl Smith Roy Cbs Iller. .; York City. .
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.Monticello, Illinois. allowed to go in the boxes. When the One package to every soldier. aol( WIlloUKhby utica. Hardy, )Liulliel'. XIsjul 61! Itoy Noah ilownnl Smith. Brink.tiBsawnw.Pearl Klsalmmee.
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'S - 715 Nick II. on. 133 Dllloran Marine: St. Cloud
BOli le..I..p.
Arthur Nelson l ( ,," 706) *4. W. Rhymes, I\'nansvll. ..
47 Lafayette AqUlla Wallar, Klsnlmince. \VarnerEdwardQuIrkKIlm- 27 m..... M5'lIllam Uaker. '
1 304 Marlon( Francis Lanler, KIsBlm418 8 Harry Bryan. Klsnlmmee.Arthur .:
: (flS Arthur Cox St. Cloud. 2 II VlllVam Wlndfleld- Ifencock. KIssimmop. - mee. (4, Stokes St. Cloud. J
I In. 217 Alexander Edward- WhaleKl"- John Or..n; St. Cloud. Akie4 Oen Steven03t.. Cloud.
I Selective Draft Registrants I i sI iii........ ill Turn Johnson ICIaalmmoe. leo Frank UI,'I..r. Stj Cloud. 670llfl, Adoliih Knobel rr... Kiselmmeel'ark
200 Addle D. Story, Klsslmmee.3H8 284 Hartwlll Cornellun, Deer Park. Bollman Knllht. Deer Park. '
John McOruder. Klsslmmeo, 482 Rodney Alexander Snyder, Kl.-' 647 John \'e"le Nareoossee David ("rll Mc'Kwan( Klsslmme
850( Taylor Shuir Rivers, Klsslmmee. Btinmcp. 6D4 '''llallCamlbel Perry, Narcoa676 OKI Jddl.lInrlc.. Jinklna!; ., N rcossn. ,'.
-, 470 Wm. Theodore Carl Kasliohm. 81 17 Charlev Jamca, .. 4 8 Jllrl..1 -st Ardrey) Klsslm.
The following- a complete list of nice, Cloud. I 102 I'Mward Peter 11""Imm. A Tlile n..d. Klsslmmee.2BO .
I 409 Vrlta Barber Klsslmmee. 01 Lee Russell, Klaslmmep. 363 James Nul. Klaslioz'mee. Sam Story. Cloud.6f Ill JameB Robb 1tyr Kloslmmee.Charles .
the of those who ,
names registeredin 241 Peter Paul .Havasro, KUslmmeo. 667 Italoltfh Kuirene Arnold Klsslntmee. Jlon'oe. >4 Joel M. Yates Klsslmmee. 43 Franklin Burrow, KI.
Osceola .county for the selective G45 Ralph QarHeld Reynolils St ('ImI ((Id II Clarence Eugene Huntslnaer, 'St. 2J7 Charlie Henry Moore, .llIslmm..e. slnimre.Victor 44
273 Irrin Henry Pierce BnuknUhtKIsBlmiTieu. 253 Nathan Snow Blount.; Deer Park Cloud. J90' Roscoe Klrl) St. 036 Flournoy Chlldera, St
draft! on Sept. 12th, with their draft 122 William Howard Innram. I.okose" 410 John Jackson Klnalmmee. 149 Jacob Johnson. Klflslmmce.. Cloud.
numbers and the order in which: they lICK John Rufus Prather St. Cloud.1CK 504 James 'Henry SmIth, Narcoos.>. 22 Tom Joore. KlHNtmmee71 6(14( Anfrew'I.,1 Crosbv'St. Cloud 1376r "pntil Curtis T \ki-Bburry. St. '
Robert Campbell Klsuulmmea4I3 44ft Robert Hlllery Bass, St. Cloud. John Trammell, Klsslmmep 663 Arrow."Uh. St Cloud. ;)
were drawn: Samuel' Daniel Story; ,, KUslmmpp 3X4 Thos. JrlTcrson Hlckm,,". KlsslmB2S 'VnU.r Cloud. Au"ln. >9 .Oeorice Washington Davis, 11.. J
84 fluster Cobb, Klsslmmeei.Kit nice '7 Herbert Porter Buhl Klsalmmee. 633 Clvlll KeeeVarden.. KlBslmmei- slmmeeLoveless.
4 322 John Owen Lanler Klsslmniee, Curtis Yates, Klsslmme Wm.'White Haley.. 'St. Cloud. 18 James Clay Tlntlall Narooossen.lfi.1 Park 741 Bradshaw. Klsslmmee.Klmer \
4.18 Way man Daniel, KC ('loud.,1e 645 Ham lOrvIn Gardner, Klsfllmmee. 407 Zin Wallace Weuthcrston. St. Dvluht Moody Funk Klsslmmee. 1119 lIosea Wells Aldermaa. Taft. lIe Randall Unas. Deer Park ,
20 Will Arthur McKee, KlHslmmee. V2 Sam Clarence Hall KI ..lmm'e. Cloud. 44 John Albert nnnn. KlBslmmee. 8J2 "Jdward.. :I St. elm.l.II e 1 Rushla Hollaway WltcKlns, Nar- '
L jd 1 9Kdd Williams, Knaii"vlll.... 444 (Iforse Augustus Peed St. ('loud.. 12 Freeman America Meyers KIs 447 Tie Rasa, St. Cloud. Benjamin Franklin Harrell. Ms- coos **e. .
4. C35 Jan, uck Wilbur. Lewter. Kloiilmmee 402 Itondel Carlyle Hronson KlfiBlmmee. slmmee.RB3 lee John Alexander. Hronson, Klsulm0 slmmee. I 637 Ueorice Allen, Klsslmmee.
t avlil Jones, I">eer Park. 13 Jon Emanuel Wltherapoon, KIsBlmmee. 4 ml( John Jackson lof'CrAnnle. KIssimmee ."
; 219 Charlie Bloxham Lamb Klsslmmee 230 ('an Cannon Seabert Klsslmmeef,2B 2(2 Shiloh I Or.n. l user Park. 1l0 Mil Williams St. Cloud. 'J '
.L ...., James William Bowpn St. ('loud... 42D' Joseph Ulley Hnss. KlBslmmee. VS JoHeph Webster Rlchardaon. Kl,- ((14 Henry Wtld.. KlBSlmm.-e 614 ..1""Mep'Vlt Harris. St. Cloud. t.'
tl21i Columhus Walton Hall. St. Cloud. I 867 I,. Kleaser: Overstreet Klsslmme 370 Crawford Owens Klsslmmee.14S II urn flea. 676 Paul I Elnel, HanBel. KIsBlmmiM- B"I'I'lrI HI"fl..n 1..loy. Klsslm-
72 Andrew Marlon L.atayeteCliaun' 449 Thomas Hood Summers, St. 'loud Theophllus Handy. Klaslmmee.2i 128 .nliandolph M..OII. St. Cloud. Kubnnk. Deer Park. dlil'i', ".
654 Thomns Joseph Callan. St. Cloud \ Carl Erie Carlson I eer Park. 7"'i2 Wash Harper 22'ol..r Bnlley. Kenansvllle. 4IH21S \Vllllnm Ilertlo 8..a\.r. KI"lm.
Klsslmmee.84ft .
cey :3R Ixsoiildas Neal Klsalmmee.. 745 Arthur Whale Klsslmmee. film Montsdoca, St. Cloud.. 70 Wm. Woodfln Carson.' Klsslmtnee maO .
John Klsslmmee. 'Vllllal
Johnson 375 Jams Allen Klssimmep. 448 !Murt Mourse. St. Cloud. 437 Joseph Junior, Kl. Cloud. soIl John Clinton ... St. Cloud. Morgan AVderman. Klsslmnnfe. ,fi
4 Albert Perry Martin KlBslmmee 21 John William Trultt: Klsfllmine.p. ft Jim Cod)'. Ktsslmmee.. 719 otls J<,'nan"vll. 671 Frank Simmons. St Cloud. 7H James Clinton Hawkins Klsslm..
SOX 134 Jessie Austin Leonard Clarence Nicks Klnn, St.St.Cloud Cloud. 42; John Franklin lluikam, Klsalmmee. 126 Charles Ua\ld Hudson J\ls"lm- (fix Paul fpler., KI.llmm. 445 Oeo. Milton hall St. Cloud.. mee, -
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.men. HI 4 M. Snlvely BhoonK; ClOud. 256 James Hanks. Deer Park. 479 Thomas Jasper Shuman Klaslm.mee.
Claudlous Franklin Johnson St. '4
K67 4S Wlllnrd Clemons. Klll lmmea. 22.2 Richard Tlobson Hamilton KIsalinmeo 742 Aaron Reaves. KlBslmmee. "rnzz..I. ..
Yol..nlln. 10m..I.o jf
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Cloud. 109 Moses Barnes, Klsslmmee. Park. 427 (),-oi'go Henry Aulman \ Klsslmmee. 48 ess David, Little. Nafconssee.Charles .
flU Albert Rothwoll St. Cloud. J'k..tnvlJe. '
811 Fred Smith Klsslmmea. I'll Neal Nicklow. Klsslmmee. 881 KIsBlmmee. 656 Patrick 'oyl.- St. Oloud.Alexander .
228 William. Houston (Orecil Klsslmmpe. -. 51)1 Samuel Brammar, St. Cloud. 290 Fred Smell Campbell. William Isaiah Bowen. Klsslm614 67 Uoorue Fredereck Auatln Nar- 4 A3 Myrse Keen St. Cloud. t
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Richard UronsOn Klsslmmep. 74ft( Nathaniel Finch Klsulmmee.SIlK 45 Charlea Maxwell Breaker KIsBlmmee. Ifl I IS Paul Klnirsley BlnckwC11 KIsBlmmee. .
418 Edward ro..sc.
Ernest Mach Klsalmmee. 614 Thomas Byrd Qlllesple, Klsslmmee. -' 276 Hunt Ralph May Klsslmmee. .
266 WillIam McKinley. Slmmona Deer 161 William Lewis Limit. Klsslmmcc 41.Jam..." Kelley Kliuslmm.e.l . (0 Joseph BrliiKler. Klsslinmee. (112 James Williams, Narcoosse
Park. 152 Chailes Brenard Klam KlBHlm Ralph Mirks Bearden, Klsalmmee 411 john Davis St. Cloud. 619 Colvln Parker. St. Cloud. 1145 Redford Michael Hansel, Klsalm-. '
111CC. 236 Vaaha Klynn KlsKlmmee Mack Battle, KlHBlmmne .Wm. Sylvester KUslmmecIB6 4 m".
173
Klsslmmee. .
399 James Prater Gilbert 7f 1)'all.
254 Jnme's Everett Rlchandu St. 50 Jeremiah Harris Outlaw, Klsslmmee 730Vlllle Handoock K..nan.vll... Clint Bass; ,, ... 231 Henry Cornelius Lighisey, 'Klsslmmee. .
, Thomas KIsf,99 C'lnlll. mee 238 Jas. Marion ,Perry KU- 423 Berry I'ndicett KISBimmee. '
Oeo. McLauKhlln
COQ slmmce.I 405 Maynard Sullivan' K 1..1 mlhE'''. Will Arthur Lanler Kls lmmt'e. slmmee. 649 ValterVIlbutn 1'0" Klsslmmee. 2(S Wllllnm Herbert Kempfer, nr .
Alfred Orlando. 894 Andrew Nelson Louichman. 743 James Mclntosh Klsslmmee.Mcttrlde (70 John Alec Clark Klsslmmee.4S1 220 Milton PI.I..r. KIII.IIHtWO.Jaeob Park .
411 ui u 510 Bert Lonirwell., St Cloud. Klsslmmeo. 6772C5 John ." St. Cloud. '
486 \Vllllam Itloxham Crawford, Klsslmmee -' 2 James Klsslmmee. Fred Harclay tIll Harley \.eaver..KII.mm. .lm. Jarb..r.
874 Harwell Tl on. Klsslrnmee. tIe Henry Davis, 'Klsslmmee.Yulee lilo Overstreet Uronson, Klsslm49S 672 Llewellyn Ho..11 ( 'lIlam Deer
124 Carmel. Oelot. Klsslmmeo. 208 Vern William Wilson, Klsslmmee 2lill Ttaulerson Deer Park. ,': Park
145 Arthur Wllmout Hulley. JClssImmee. 1911 John Henry neddltt. Klsslmmee.. 181 Augustus Michael. Hess, KI.slm- Rditn'r Herbert Parln.lII"lnmee 101 Chas.m. Oscar Lasslter. Klsslmmee JS3 Wado Tllden Wllkerson' Klsslm.'
'I 418 Manuel Klnir.. KlBslmmee.BOO niCe : 81fl LlAlnKSton lob..rls. 700 Luther "n..a. Narcoo".."". mee. -
)d 178 Christopher Columnui\ Bass. Klsslmmee. Thomas Ilrooks, St. Cloud1 Cloud.! G eq!! Henderson Williams, St. Cloud.. Ian WIllie "Park.2S 442 Frank. 'Welch. St. Cloud. .'
632 Paris Klvln Morgan St. II!gq!! Oeo. Washington Cole, Dnde City. Fred Allen, KIM"lnm..e, 118 Mack Frlerson Klsslmmee.
:- 484 Frank Desmond Little, Narcoossee. 424 Jesse Howard Roberts, KIII..lmHT | 297 Adam Holmes CampbelL JS8 JohnCalvin L..dbeler. Klsslm- 803 Oscar Poor Holllnigsworth St. GRIPPE
AND
682 John Newton Klsslmmee. flhC,.. CI..ul. FOR COLDS
411 Willie Brlnirer Klsslmmee. Walton Alexander Sessions. KIsglmmeo. 5113 Henry Pnwpll Oil)'. Kenansvllle. 731 Tom Harrl" Kenansvtlle. 63 cfarence Alphonso Minx, Klsslmmee. .
I flU William Hrlrker Lewis. St. Cloud. St. 733 R. H. Stephens, 'Kenansvllle.Arnold I 16 William Henry Hulllvan Klsslmmee. "
466 Harry Frederick NoUlirger St. 740 Chailes Antonio Dupluln 65 Washington Lowe, KIs 261 David Peter Daul..ron. Deer 'ADVISE
Cloud. ('I oud. ,' .. ... 8B2 Paul Link Klmlmmoe. Park. DOCTOR
38 Walter Lnyne Poull<. Klsslmmee. 279 William Oscar. Bronson, 'Klsslmi47 281 Albert Batlnberfr Sullivan Lou- 673 "'lla" Alexander Short, Ht.! 257 Willis Maxwell Hon.ock. Deer. ,',
,77 Isaiah Simon Klssimmee. Khman.'J '' Park.' The Improved ThatIs
: ; William Howe Arnold. KIssimmeeI 568 Marvin( Marshall Miller, :Klsslmmee 344VuIl Rofcerson, 1oVose.eS3 William llobertn. Klsslm abe'
Klsslmmeev 319 Ware '
10ft P en JllnRham, .., .
? Ills unrntlo Alya. Cobb, Klsnlmrne -Fred McLaugihlInKlMAmmeecI "' _ .' Entirely Purified of -
101 William Jackson Klmilmniee v m. ; r ; /> A
tl59 .Walter* lIearn. SI.',ICIoud.j "* "lIarlp"H't&ArnoJd.K..nall"'IJle' i ii 1 -'ChzuuCadIson': Montioea' .. Xl. 828diLArthur1IArt0fl';..ronson' KI..slmm. 366 LarrareCutchcnn. ,tl 4.ingand I

4 tl2R >?}.WaltcrIldolStACloud.. !U __, 11111 1141 i Sellers KenansvllleBillenryJKSba 1tMsIfltmP5R ia s 'iuimmeol1O.llm(1reen. 4 CIOUd )' KI..lmn..I1JIIdr.'w" ; Dangerous Quatea
141 '" KIII..lmme ( Rolhroek Cloud I4g ' 4 ,
160 ,;>ilOilwinsLonKHtaCli" CI..I. 97 SImonMartin.Kisaimne0 4 4 :
1S9. Fraiicl. conrad Ur; an, Kla.linj .a [FlaveaflCloud.B. Van NaHa St 4411 Jud"on"'M..nonAld"filt' (.loud 62 Ifl ltosJ.o,1 BnrrloreJB Kljusimun t44 Jam..I.a >k..on KlnM'"KI..almmeEeward hysictansare warning the public ,
r' m..... -, 4U HamOllmoreCornelius| KlssImn4' eH 15 IlIson '
484 & 7fPa"Sln5PstHCl6Tidl [HenryBKntcl: Ifughey. Klflllllmm.e G. Edlt..r on. Kenan ql L.IU TI..ontKI""lmm Milon. ugainsttri1ling'with? :'colds, influenza : I
: Strauithter ) \'!l'nrk .... 1
2(4 Arthur' I eCC SvlHer -> ( Luther Cobh.
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:125 Hen Franklin Kadford, KI""lm. '" 2 'Artlll A. lCnIghti that brisk cat)
KIsslinmeP. and They.say .
m.,. 341( Jobn Mll.-y Pineseet. 414 0..... Holmes Prather, Klaslmmee 737 Harley A. Harvev Kenansvllle. 49 Charles Donenan. Deer Par!*. grippe. ".
: 18t Edwin Joseph Meyer, KlsslmmeePark. 213 William slater KnlKht Deer ParkjMines ; 15411 John Williams ()w..nll. 440kosoe. 4Of' Sam Sharp KlBslmmee.1o 24ft Frank Byron AmeB. KlsMnmee omel purgative, :preferably Calotabs,
Campbell.
29r' Milton rtryant, Minus\ Kl slmnue. ,- Klsslmmee
1 119 (]Washington Lnonnrd Moseley 539 James Dewey Kennon 8t. Cloud.
,1(44 Holand Alford Shaekford.St Clotid" sn Sam Jsckann, KlBalmmep.John ' 'At. CloudKdward CAT Curtis Silas. .St Cloud. 39 Joseph Daniel Jefforda KlHnim- the new and improved calomel tablet, ,
478 Clifford Joseph Lester St. Cloud. I 4112 Frederick. Daniels CAO I.uclus LAmar Jordan Narcoos C' r .Alovnnrier RlvBB. St. ClOUll. mae should be invariably taken at bedtime
121 Henry Sloan. KlBslmmee, i 4 144 tlallaRher. KlBBlmmeeWilliam si e. <<< 717; Robert; V Phillips, Kenansvllle 578 Bjy Clark. 'Lousrii'inn.R34 4
Hancock KInO
; 680 Marion Luther Tlndall, Narcoo- 26(1( Lafayette. SRO Albert' Oreen Klsslmmno.4BS 72U Lee Mas.. Kenaniuvllle. JenVrson Smith St. Cloud. i and repeated the second orthird
? ssee D...-,' Potk \Dan Padirett. St. Cloud. isz Frank stacey LOdb.t..r. KlssimB41 342 Lee Weaver Lokose". ';
ThomR" .,,,,. Klsslmmee.Innlus if In the earliest
fo90 Artltur Thomas Meeker St Cloud i I 45 rtoll nron. 1C .lames Charli-s nibble. Klaslmmeo: 417 Simon Klsslmm night, necessary

,., 276 Franklin Anderson .Ujibb! Xi.simmee. .- 2(1 .ltair.Chailea Powell. Di-er Piano Pnrk Klsslmme 372 Willie Robert UradIlIIlLIIM,1111" B41 Ocneral Taaao Barber. St.' Cloud.. 574 Joseph 1lnl., .. St. Cloud. stages, one Calotab is usually suffli .

1180 John Diinlcl.. Clnik Klsslmmee. 11111 432 ll,.nl: Harrison Sullivan St. Cloud 277 Sub mee.H. Fertlr Kenansvll) 111 233! (> John Mcyeis Ruben Bell, Malone.KI..lmm..e.. Cloud 573 Allan. JoI" J100l.ou"lt. KlBBlmmee cient i unless the cause is particularly "'
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707 ICllJah CayBiin OHsawaw. I 4l Wllllnm JfSBe$ McClellnnil, I\-I 2'i2 Cli-velnnd Morcherson. Deer 1'1,12R2 < I 41" '< Loffle Bronson, Kliuuul nimaC. Gflft Hen MAY Lorenxe. KIsBlnrnee., 4 .'.
162 Hobert Milton iOvuns, KIsBlmmee. simnieC.f1l Horsey T.nffntc! YateB. Klaslmmee61J 53 fhn \Vashlngtton Tyson NarcosBS 272 John Junlcy Ad-ma Yale. his514001'C evere.
,. '346 .Klllolt\ Mrllee. KI.> .4.95 John Henry Burrows, N'arrooHsee G79 lloelnuld, HadclinV-Cndmnn, Nur- flhu','. (! l2"ac Mnlcomb [Lamb Klsslrnmep, 341 .lames ( Ireen, Lokosee.
469 William Honrv Mann. St. CIoi.nl.Jerrv . ""JURMN'. . 800( ]l<'nry Lorenzo UrerBtroi-t, Kla- ,311, Daniel Pnstor Blown, Ht Cloud.' 691 John N<*al. NnrrooHHie.21D time and is dangerous to experiment
Uunn Klsslmmee r,2 Wlll Mlllf-r K4sslmmeeF. slmnieearB 017 RaCe McLauKhlln St Cloud Dock Pit K. Klsslmmee. calomel is
with other laxatives
K. Cnatea, Ki'nnnBvtlle.Aithur . : <.'l 1'leml as
7M
249 Mark DanBV. Deer Pnrk. Xathan Porter, Klaslmmee4fi4 \ fl( Thomas Kla..lm"P' .
C34 ('h.r..ne"Inn.hv.. KlHBlmtn 509 lamest': ))oneR'"n. l\ls."lm-. lx>yd U. Zlmmernian St. Cloud. BIS 1n..lal Edwin .Allen. KI""nmee. 670 Ri-nti TounK Cloud, absolutely necessary sooner or later.
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1 James Wesley Itandall Ji.. KIs-, Inc,' R77 Charnpllo Hodici-s Wummrn.. Jr., (106; ( DyalT St. Cliud.i2 377 Arthur Kls lmSSt -
; 'III'h"II' WIlli""arrtl. One Calotab the at bed
filmmee.Lucius 44 \1nlu'r A. Huffv/ KlBBlmmee.M'llllam KIt'"lmm. & Christopher" .a.lumbus Lanler, me". on tongue I'tme
437K2 needier Tru'dol1,1t.. 81.11 Anbury HurrouKhs, KlB- 7IA! Julian II. Mnntsdncn, KinntiKvlllo3S 141 Cloud. Arthur Johnson KlBBlmmee. with a swallow of water-that's '
Cloud.Harmon. Hlmnieii.Jc.hn : Frank Mlltuirn 1' ,lrt". Lokosoe.2C6 82 Oeo Palmer Gardner, KIsslmmeB.. 71 I Him I... Kenansvllle. '
fI Hill Hull Narooossee. I 11 T. Thompson. 1<:..n anllvll. 10. German John Schmidt, Louschman. .12 Frnnk Oscar Journlgan KlHstmlilS 132 Henry Clay I'uhlnk.Thomim St. Cloud. Ri. No salts, no nausea nor the
205 Carl AuKiiBt. Peteison, KlBHlmmeoKlcliard 24"" Isaac Nettles. Klsslmmee.3S '
KlBslmmee.
nice. Jack Emerv.
118 Htatik-y llullock Klttslulmee. $ John Henry Peabodv Lukosee.. 211 Levin Reuben Farmer KlsslmmeeHA Ferrl's Richards, St. Cloud H Raymond Kdward Crojle, Kls slightest interference with diet, work .
,247' Wilbur Martin Jatton KUnlrnm llereklah IlerH"K.\ Dei-r Park. flSH Isaac, "'. Pollard. Frostproof. dupe, r pleasures. Next morning your . ,
1\111\ Leo Carr riodwln St. Cluud. ', 213'aIter( I Butler, Deer Pnrk. LewIs (i'aggs, Klsslmmeo, 36! FYwd McDonald.. KIsBlmmee. (
182, Amos Tappun Akerman. Klsslm- 23 Pharlea Hayes Funk, KlBBlminee-' R74 John Lewis Overstrect Kloslm84 42 Lewis O'Hryan Klsslmmee. 545 James Littleton Sutton, Klsslm. cold has vanished and your whole,

116 Archie inee. lI..rl'.I"Rn.\ KlKHlntmeo' 571 98 .Ia.James..,-" 1IIallt..w 1 'Rnlon.,Dnvls LouHllman.Klsalmmop ? WiTl'tor"Harris, St Cloud 85 TI.mn.. Lamb Powell.Klaalmmee Xtsuimmce.e4l William'flee.5g BronBon Klsslm- sy tem is purified and erfreshed. Cal. ."

87 O. Thomas BlmplUns, Jr., KlsBlmmce. 434: Levy. llryant St. Cloud 211 WillKa! ..on. Klsslmmef. 720 .1.. Weslev Thorn pHim, KenansvllleHO rn, '%. I"IAC tabs are sold only In original sealed ,
224 r I 5 John Ill William taaae. Alien Klaslmmee
,, 802 James HodareB Lanler KlsslmmeeAlbert Knil: 1 Holslnhder. Kehyon. St Cloud Inmlll..n.. ".. .. packages. Price thirty-five cents
B7 iir"v St. Cloud
Willie Harris '
., \,4fl Initram Hearn St. 'loud.Moses 4113 Hiinier Jackson I1n..... St Cloud. Oil Thomas; Luther Walker. !St' Cloud. lIlt Hnmuel Robert Murrav St Cloud.J4 67 Hyrnm Klbert Ravels Kls"lmnwf Recommended and guaranteed by "
747 Kdward Dunn SI. Cloud 411 I llaiold\ Cecil Woodnll. KlBHlmniei4fn 281! .Ti'B.... ('lIr1' ', Deer PurV 8( ('Ill" Htewn Parlin. Klsslmmee. I use Hurold HernberHT. KIsBlmmee.
T34 James II. ,Somersott. Kennnsvllle. K.ld. (1. Oeorne. St. Cloml. 1 froll{ .Ini,n Howard\ 'Tlnon KlBBlmmeoU7 7 lilrhard llutler. 1iuuuulmmee.I 27 Vernon Hugh "Purtln Klsslmmee.4A7 everywhere. 'Price refund-
tu4; li'orue ICImor Hunter St. Moud. 139 Henry Itobeit XIsI \\altrr Lan kr.;' IClBslmmef.BIS ", Kluslmmep drugglt
Klsslmmee.
op'"lr."t. 57 I Charles Louis Bandy,
Ml! Harry S) lvanlous Allison\ St ,I ni Ill.., OeorKi" Hewer Ivev Louehinnn.fil 724 1'nYnl.......' Kennnsvlllen3 278 Albert flee Dennis, Klsslmmee. not delighted .(adr.)
d, Cloud. 678 Samuel. William You II."' Narooo-, 1\\1' 1II1M. Jr.: KlH"linni't'' .' Josei.h". Kirkland SlnRletary. KIsnlmiiK' 131 Rnocli M. Albrltton St. Cloud.
481T Mohfrt Andoraon Tlowcn,. Klsslmmee. $5. . I 25 Kvnry Rlchnrd Slniiletnry, Kl8filmmee. '. Klsslmmen. CHURCH'
4n1> Joe CHRISTIAN
414 JoBi'i'h Wade TiicUer. Klsslmmee. Uilh'R'h..r.
I LokoHoeSl .
>,60;' Jnmes, Wilson. 'KlBBimmoeHarry 210. I *HIVHI| |. 'H<'1.J. Knlls.I KisKlnimvf, r 3R HuherllIdnll.. 'KlRNlmmeo/ Slo 4 <( .I.r. 11. St Cloud 451 59 Harl Elmer Jiedrlck., Klsslmmee.BSD St. Cloud.. 10:00 ,School 4
Albert : -Sunday
pearBOii ,Splnk. Aibroath, rum Kmll KlHSlnunei- IrlnRI'r .
468 Much
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I 3fi KriX'Bt You nil' FIt: Cloud.7S 114 Wllltnm' Joseiih A"rR.II".lmme. (Clifford St. Cloud. *'
Hciillainl. 3511 Siimutl Hnnnnh, KlBBlmmee., l Jonn Oliver I WrlKht, Klsslm I 01('ul.I IIUI Nathaniel liethe.u.1 271 Walter Lee Hronson, Klaslmmep 11:00: -Sermon.
704 Kiihrlnm .WIlHams I Orlando.William 443 \l' Preston TBOM. Ht. Cloud. larrl" i
111. ... ;
72 0" Oscar Tllcketts. KisMFmmeo .
plnimf*' Charlie Duargrar,
.T .184 Andrew Nelson Klsstin- 647 Frank Kxroll Phllpott.) St. cloud. Oft Jnm s MArtln Ronse, KlBslmmee.iSO 8bb ''..'.1.. llmom. KloslmmBe. 229 nice. Barley KII"lm- 6:45-Y.. P. S. C. E..

mee.llorvieuard. 14N Hi-rnard:, Klchard UaiizlnhC{ 14ultllIII. lo<-k Allon. KlRBlmmoe. 1 11 I TlminaH Scott, KlBB\mmen.\ i 431 Clark St. Cloud. 7:30-Sermon. 4
79C Harris Jaoksonllle. I I Our.tol Harol '
RBI rrancla 'n'lor. Chlcntro .
Talleyrand Hock Xlckelson Klsslmmea
P ,
<< 7 Andrew, Jackson' EVil,1111. NarcMioJohn :373 hugh '0111 Thomas KlBslmmeoPmk. I Ill.I '1 Rnlitrt Reldel 1o'la.., KIM.ln.e. i 357 491 Leonard Ty KI..slm".e.. KI..lmme. Payer meetng each Wednesday
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,_ 6115* HMe" Moses KIsBlmmoe.Alexander 7tK) Augustus 13 Tlalsden, Kenansllle I 74 10 Npnl Arthur Ouvton Kuareno KlBBlmmee.Jon"... KlBslmmca 108) n-a HVeiitherbee.HullnK. KlBBlmmep.. Kl8lmmpt. lit Charles Bascomb Lane evening at 7:30.: L. A. S. eaclThurs't.. .

176 Auaher Roseli KlaKobert :317 Nnpolcnn It 1 Howard KlKMininiee, ) 7(4llelt St Cloud I inee.tn
_
332 AVIlbur Xug'neVoolley.' . KlsiiliiiR ,I'It C..lar. Harliy Hartrldne Drlggera, Xis.Iinmpe. '
Hltl.hr..1o'
simunco. 613 HarrlBiui A. Coble.. St. Cloud. .
KlsslmR4 -
ay.Junior '
1129 ide, St Cloud. 3I2! I'm, .1,1 1 Sums, Klsnlmmec" 61'<) "'11110 Louis Stephens" Pt Cloud. 3 do liantel 1114'S. Hrllon I 6t Lawrence. Elmer Partln, Klsslmmee. -, C. E. each Friday .at. 9:00:

647, 'John Cluud.James Thou.. Wilson Stevviu t St. 120 Lorenzo, Dow UI-IKCI'/ Jr. Kl 8lm- 4nR civile I'M win Hilton Klsslmnie .Thun ;II Thomas MAnn. St. Cloud.. I a. m. :

1/14/ Walter F"ranklln Jones, Klsslm r'hAHllr..h., KIuusImTn4"O. Allen Wllllama, Klsslm630 -
,, 3(19f,43( Karl Lupfer KIsHlnimeiTlmmnB -. pircv I iei
f,5R Siilll\an St. Cloud. mee. 41r Nathan I' KlBsimmen.ul 14 Young Ladies' Circle meets 'each
1 Cli' clvilo \ 'u"I dl KlHBlmmi'ellertram I 4S8 Frank Klaslinmce "nn"l. m.e .
; KiiKC-no Uedsforil, HI."Ioud Hrocksmlth 6r.1 Xc.wtcin' Hudson Tliillard I. St Cloud I I.'iiry "'llar< Sullivan Klsslm4R Jam. Goodwin, St. Cloud second Sunday. '
2(8'IIl
Chailes. leer I'ark.
C-
I 5A ('ha 114's Floyd Tlson KlBBlmmee.HI rn'e. 602. William James Colyer Klsslm
I '1, g CJiarllw:: Orlffln KlBBlmmee.Put 314 Kayniond. Vernon: Lanler. KlHslinB08 I I William 1\[. r.anm. KenaiisvHIe.i . Kmi-rv fills Brown Klsalmmee. m..e.aU C. W. B. meet the firstFriday; .fin
i S" th Tyson Klsslmniee Bandford Morris, Klsslmmee ( Lokosee. -
424 Uary Joseph Story '
KlBHlmmev.Fulwood
4ESI Johnston,
Henry Tyner Klsslrrt-. B08 William"I Oailand Hanktns KIs- ((11.5 trover Cleveland Outlaw PtI'loud. 213 HAn'nOfmond Crowder Kl.- 6811; rtuy Thayer *
To4.... 389 Krerrtt mines.Andvfson, : I Blnimeoris" 472 1eorfce. Roy Ch pman. St. Cloud. Church Board meets first Sunday ';
Klsslrnmeemi
64 ;John Kdward Tls'on Klsalmmee.Hoy U"... "'m. Martin Klaslmmi, e. 239' Charley Hall (fl I Prlsrsers, KlsslninTct I Tlnn l'ndlrett. St. Cloud. 630 rcdirar Charles pass St. Cluod. '
Ellsworth Smith KlsslnimroKobert -. 681 Wllllnm Dallas Olll. Narooowee.S3. 441 Arthur Roilmanf Ht. afternoon month. ,
6 68 I\be ,
Oi-orite lialph Dajson, XI alni e.a4 each
, 80ESI Reed Rivers, Klsalmmeu.: 101 1'eter Reese. Orllll1<:o. Wllltnm nivens Klsslmmee. 8S John JlBBardtilahen, Deer dpak.
Chailes ..
Kilwln liens Kl nlmiiii-o: 320 James. Andrew, Deer Park. Tumblln I You are cordially invited our
Frank Scarlett. Klsalmm 107 Kmnnucl Thompson. KIsHfmmee Z84' David Peel 712 W. Dewey le. t
Bell Klislmmee.
;88a Andrew Jaekson Lane. NarcosseeOscar 24.1 Martin Arnold KlBBlmmee i28 JnmeH Franklin Tumblln, _K n- 457 Klias McClelland.. St. Oloud. enrlces. "
m Klvslrnmee.JeBBle 11 Award Archibald Harrl, Klsslm- 810 Chlsolm Klsslmmee.
6S8 Sweet 6(17 Hennl Klsslmmee.
llennett Lokosee. mee. 36R Clark 727 R, Kubank Kenansvllle. 31.-tf. W. II. Coleman Pastor.
,1', 82S8 Lafayette Davis, ;. John amp Howard, Klsslmmee.Fred Cloud. 541 Edward Kusrene. Oarncr St. Cloud "" 81 Lee Sylvester, KIII"lmme. --
'(. fI9 Howard. Short Narcooasee 480 Vlritll. Wesley Edwards! Klsslmmee. 1162 Hn.tton Tlllls., St. Cloud.. 451 Judson'David Chunn, St. Cloud. 44 Samuel Harwell. Kisslmmeo. Bronchial Trouble. '
225 Lewis Elmer Durham. KlsslmmeeCempton 5113! Krrol Mallory St. Cloud. 68 William Lafayette Sullivan. 648 Robert Waters. 'St. Cloud. 'v"
144 Kedrldgre Lybrand Kls Gila Oeorire Qllmore Sullivan, Kislrnmee 1 20. llaacom Everett Haley, Klsslm P.hmHaYrl.on 661 Floyd Tales. Kluslmmee. Mrs. A. E. Sidenberder, Rockfteld1! ,'
-, almmee. m..e.n 216 101me", Deer lAt Willis Hamp Howard Klsslmmee nd.
"' states: "For an attack of bronlilal .
-1586377 Jasper Sherman, Klsslmmee.Uoorfr 181! Hrewster Avant TJeer Park. "' Homer Milton Partln. Klsslmmee. John Branson Klsslmmee.
Chester Oronson. KIs. 66! Thomas WrlKht Deer Pn"-k. 198 Charles. Dewey Partln,. Klaslmt, 81 JoSe'p'h Henry Phlpps. St. Clond.Kl 41 JumBs Robert Bronson, KlsslmJOS trouble which usually BMaOme >' -
Warren, '-
mee. Shelton Sherman ?neo, '
lmm.* 98 Julius Anthony. Ktsslmmee. .
16 James Riley Prlngle KJsslmmee. (21 Peter Dunn Klsslmmee. 91 John Charles Banks, Deer Park. ( Carl Edward Carlson St. Clo d. in the spring. I find Chamberlain'.

4. 489 Harry Ralph Dale. Klsslmniee.Klmer 7 4 AuicuBtus/ Simmons Kl".(mmee. S05 6211 Julius Oeorir. Stevens. Klsslmmee. ThoB1fH'arrUon. Ballette Klsslm1 -- 411 0.0.-Thor. Slngletary, Klsilm- Cough Remedy ,the'only.. thing; that .'
WashlnKton, Brown, fit .
Kunansvllla.
,-. 714 .. Story. 891 John Henry, Klsslmma '
"3264SO Jasper WashlnKton Bronson, KIsImmee 691 ClaJr Rest Buckley Narcoossee, Cloud. n WillIe. Ma. k MeLain. KlBslmmee. 688 Robert William 'Fr '. St. Cloud. grves me relief. ,. it for .
Ater
lIST Tranols 1 MarJon Harden. St. Cloud 451 noyle Edward Hearn. 8t Cloud. 190 William Brown, Deer Park. '
341 Will
Powell. Lokoser.
4 Dewey ,Montcdoea, St. Cloud. 61 Clinton Lee Hyatt Klstlmmee. 270 Mlllard Orally Babh Klsslmmee. 41 H..rt Harden Wells, Kls"lmme. 366. Guy Lawrence Ham mack, Kl-- tr days all._ bronchial trou-
204 Klsslmmee.S.14 691 Lewis SOI William Littleton Bron.on, Kis- Louie Marl Morris Klsslmmee. .Imm.e. ble disappears. : .i
Sylvester Harney Bass St. Cloud. 11
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.,. OllrJlottlj slmmee. Kl slmJ1J .
'2'. ..1/att mmee. 541 William Stewart. St. Cloud. 594 John Clarle. '.ame. Regert. 551. George, 'Willie WashlnKton.' Deer '
Harrison Johnson. .
St. Cloud 4 Park. '
.p.. ,, ,4Sl, ." .Tboma. ,.' .Graham Young, KIsslrrt-]t 161 Deforest Hart: Narcoossee. ,607 Edgar .Austin Ma. !(St. Cloud.. '. AV m. .Jo.upl MeOshee. Klsslmmee 711 James 'M.Kubank,. n ,.v.l. A -war *vr.J a .me 1&8: ;! :.J .


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'Dirt Just Rolls 'Out :J _Proceedings of,the. School Board I be digging The injured corms:, but if and'when exposed tuber they to are have frost'likely.dried after to I SATISFYING RELIEF ,


J Kissimmee. FiLl -Oct. 7. 1918.f;j R{ 3.: B. Houser trustee of Special sufficiently\ in the field and are 'stored FROM LUMBAGOSloan's
free from soil) in
covered but
a well
GOES the dirt. The Board of Public Instruction of I Tax School District No. 2, having
OUT Osceola county met in regular session 'I( moved from the district, M, L. Tin ventilated place usually keep well. It
bubbling
big I h
oee great, is better hot'to store them in large
y cleansing GRANDMA there ,being present W. C. Bass, ;dall was appointed ,to .fill the vacancy Liniment baa the)
: piles but to spread them out that
I chairman W. R. Lanier and J. II..p Supt, Yowell reported that he! had so punch that relieves
SUDS just surge through the the air can circulate rather freely
Baisden; also C. E. Yowell! county 'used every effort to secure teachers rheumatic
clothes and not a bit of dirt ran them. twinges
among They are good shippers
superintendent.The for: all the schools of the, county but
; stay. Just sprinkle GRANDMA but the cold
same protection against
minute. of the last meetingwere had been unable tC fill of: the
some vacancies giving
the and Thl
In tub like 'hitemalt'k. wsrmth
then "
should be given them in transit as ia co8C&tterlni' : *
I million. read and approved.Plnanrlul in the rural schools.
of glorious suds circulation-stimulating rem-
given Dasheens suitable
/ 'statement of County There being no further business potatoes. tire edy pcnetcafet,without right
rabbis to
.
instant. It makes School
in dif.
an no Funds, for the month! endniirSeptember for, use in the same manner and the aching and
spot bring quick
SO, 1918.e.eral ] the board adjourned to meet in relief
fercnce if the water Is bard reg-
o in surely cleanly. A wonderful
f Nrkool F..d. | quite as many ways as potatoes, help for
oft, hot or cold the result 13 To Lad on hand from meet r'tUtl32.U__ ular session, November. 4th, 1918. with slight modifications!>> which are ; headache, sprains,. strain, stiff*.
96.38$02S.sa
To receipts during month
always (ho same. GRANDMA ness, lumbago, bruises.
is the greatest "all 'round" BARB WIRE CUTS AND WOUNDS necessary in some cases 'on account : Get your bottle today-costs: little}
By wu'. Issued during: month 1881.75 of the differences in the' texture of means much. Ask Nx
household soup of the age-it'* are' troublesome to cure. Get a your fore for it
To bat hand SO ._ l'lI/8,71 b.ottle Farris' Healing the two veg tables. It. should be remembered by frqnx. Keep it handy whole
Wash the. Woolen Socks powdered. No chipplrgorsiloYou on Sept -- ? oft Remedy- '
-: .K.h-rkm Ulxrlrt ':M*. 1. 50t-make that in order, to give a family. The big bottle i. economy.< '
ing.! No wbole bar wasting away. To bal on hand from laat r..p't M'fl.41 costs It at home. Heal
Knit with Grandma .
To receipt during; month.___ 22.48 rapidly. A sore never matters where new vegetable fair trial l every detail

808.90 ', this remedy; : Is used. We sell it 011 regarding its prep ratlon for the Sloan'sKills '.f..f.f

GRANDMA'S Powdered Soap war's, issued during month 1258T: the money back plan Waters & table should bo carefully followed.A : .

Td baton hand Sept. SO_."___ SS3,03 Carson Grocery Co very good flour can be.= made f
".h'", ..h.,1 8)l.lrlrt 1\... .. :' \I from dasheena. The I>ain
and large
v corals
To bat) on hand from laat rcpt $208.92To
'
Your Grocer Has It! recelptif during, month ...__ .18 RESOLUTIONS BY THE SESSION tubers are' pared and either sliced or

. 209/.10By OF _THE PRESBYTERIAN shredded and then dried and ground WRIGLEY. GIVES TIN FOIL .,'
war'ta issued during month. 2T,Q<) in' a flour'mill. As the dasheen does
(
,*.CHURCH OCTOBER 'TO THE GOVERNMENTTo
To bal I on hand Sept 80. :'u__- 2U,10 not appear 'to contain glut on the flour
... ,... ... -
.001. llln'rlr< \ 3. 21, 1918.
cannot be used alone in baking but
the home of her brother I. p;, Tison, To bal on hand from laat rep't $88310 "- help meet the needs of the government
COUGHS ,AND COLDS To receipts during; month --.. 1.18 must be used in proportion to one
for the past month or more, is now I 231.29By \ Whereas In the providence of Goc fourth or one third of dasheen flour Wrigley's will discontinue '

at her home at Rosalie. She expectsto war't Issued during month 157.52 the grim reaper death visited our 'in combination 'with .wheat or' the use of tin foil as a wrapping for

QWCKLYJtEIMED return to Shingle Creek .at an early .. ranks Thursday, October 16th and rye. "Juicy' Fruit". chewing, gum, in orderto
....
To. bal on hand Kept SO, TATA flour M. M. JAVENS,
'date. Sab-flpknol! DI.1rIet JV* ft. took therefrom two of our asociate release\ this valuable material .to ;+
Mrs., II. W. Morrow To bal on hand from laat rep't 91.81 in 'service members this County Agent Uncle Sam.Hundreds.
Dr. Ring's Discovery used. enjoyed a To receipts during month --_.- .40.. of session, .
.
since Grant was President week-end visit from her father' and j 91.77 namely: Clinton L. Hyatt M. D., and of thousand. of pounds

Get a bottle today mother who are residents of Kissim, /j By 'wiir'ta Issued during month 10,00I Benjamin E. Evans, Resolved: the Strong Withstand the Heat of. per week of tin foil will thus be made

mee I To bal on hand Sept, SO,______ 81.77 1. That we bow in trustful sub- Summer Better Than the Weak available to' the government it is, a
It did It for grandma for The Ledbetter mill was temporarily | MBb.lteh.ol IH.tHr No. (1. mission to our father In' heaven and Old people who .... .foebla and younger people said. "Juicy Fruit": will hereafter appear
your your bal hand from laat 't U6.U who are weak, will be strengthened and c
To on rep enabled togo
father. For fifty years this well-known shut down on last Saturday presumably To receipts during. month, ____ .82 endeavor to endure our loss in a man through the depremalng heat of summer bf taking in hermetically .sealed pink
cough and cold remedy ha kept an on acount of sickness of I .. tier becoming to his servants GROV'S TASTELESSchlll TONIC. It purlnea wrapper same a. "Sp armlnt."

,evergrowing army of [friends. youngsad ; some of the employees.E. I.To Warrant bal on hand were Sept examined S0.-and'can-lon 1 TOI I 2. That we count our loss their! and enriches the....blood... and build DP the whole.,.- "Doublemlnt" will also be wrapped '
1
old. ...... tem. You can eel Its Strengthening,10vll\Or-
For half a century druggists L. D. Over-street and son Mal- celed In open Bchool Ir. rdN.aa SISKl followaici.neral '76.Sub.School eternal gain,. and we shall cherish In-' ting Effect. 60o. in waxed pink paper instead of green. .
H55S7. - - -- ----- --- -- --- -- --
-
where have sold it. Put a bottle iayour com returned the first of the week ) No.2 1., 2100. memory with perpetual appreciationtheir

medicine cabinet. You may needIt from 'a.few day''trip to their pasture Hub-School Kuh-Hchool District Dlatrlct No. 8, $ \ >2.ub.llchool loyal devotion to the interestsof RED CROSS FAMILY REMEDIESMany
In a hurry Sold by druggists! looking after cattle interests. : District No .&., $19.OO this church
Hills approved and warrants
everywhere. were
i _. Will Bronson and family who have laaued a. followa: 3. That we hereby tender:! our most able Chemists and Doctors were called into service in perfecting this,
aupt.UIIOOOW
.Bowels Acting Properly been occupying their place in the set C B C U.Towoll.... M salary U P I__._________ <.52 hearty sympathy and earnest prayers line of Red Cross Remedies. '
They ought to, for constipation: tlement since the opening of school W R Lanier, M II P I-----------&.. to the bereaved families- these beloved : This is an age of Specialists and while one may have distinguished achieve-,
J II nnladen. M n P- -5.00 I pleats to his credit in line another is in else..
one particular excelling something
make the body retain waste matter. have temporarily moved back to their J H Cadel aal attorney __ '*./J? brethren and commend these
That thing makes it possible for us to have a Red Cross Remedy for each
and impurities that, undermine the church rent, ____ *.34Bratlon very
1\:.",' health and play havoc with the entire farm on the Reedy Creek road. Presbyterian.& Qulco rent, ________ -11.00 families to the loving, care of our ailment and enables us to give the consumer more than we promise or charge; for.
.
:r. system Dr. King'. New Life Pills are G. C. Bronson and eon Irlo have a nVoodallJ Janitor ______u B500 Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Each formula is compounded with a* much care and precision a* if our y
___
Lev, .... _____ 8000
reliable and mud ia action All been kept busy of late looking after Mlaa Chaa. Albina Smith' sal u aurenU600(1" <(< 4. That a copy of these resolutions entire success depended upon that one Remedy. That' why NEUROTONE
__ repairs shattered nerves, and Red Cross STONE ROOT and BUCUU
druggist\ Ova Chandler Janitor ______ 8.01 puts
cattle and the first the be furnished
interests of to each family and '
__ 2500 kidneys in normal and f
n B ''Woodall sal ot td ofrtcer your a Healthy condition. .
week departed for their pasture on a Miss Khea I'herlRO, office wk.__ IS.00 one to the Valley Gazette for publication Red Cross Remedies are not Patent Medicines. The formula Is printed
_______ ,no
similar errand. i''o P B Sanders Yowell., rent Incidentals, S mo. 50.OOMlaa , and that a page i of our recordsbe on each cartoh in plain English so that you know what they are composed of
SHINGLE GREEK Next Sunday I. the date of our Christine Ivey ach I, 8 da 16 25 set apart sacred to the of and what you are taking. More than one hundred Red Cross Remedies! and
Miss Iva Nlawonajer' pet S,____ JO.OO memory : Toilet Preparation. are sold and guaranteed only by
regular monthly preaching service Mrs. C. A. Bailey ach 7________ .00Mra these brethren.
(Written for last week.) and the new pastor will, be with u* Hhoda Lucae, ach t, _____- 55 5500 00 W. B. WITHERSPOON ModeratorA. CENTRAL DRUG STORE. ', I
Mlaa Myra Hodges ach *
r ---
W. L. Moseley and family visited at this time. Remember that there Mrs n W Mc<3ow n. ach 10, 2 mo 110.00: S. NELSON Clerk, .
ach IS________ 55.no
Mr. Evelyn Hall
relative and friends at Gotha on will be services ,on Saturday night A A Knight ach IS....._______ 7500 R. M. MOSELEY, '
r Saturday. and also immediately following Sun- Mr. A A Knight ach IS,.____? 0.00Mra Wm. T. VAIL. C. A. CARSON. President ,N. C BRYAN, Secretary..
..., 66.00
IS.
I. P. Tison and family attended day school on Sunday morning. Everybody Dire 'flttl t..1.o.s..c::;: ,:. 18. -::::- 5500:

church service and visited at the- should make it a point to at. i.1I"Pearl Johnson leyeeli, .rh SO,_20.____.___i__._._.._._ 45 eoOII,00MellKB OLD KISSIMMEE RESIDENT NEAR The Waters & Carson

home of relatives at' East Lake Sun tend these services and extend a ... Koberaon ach SO, .___ 4504Mat1l
King, ach 10. ,.._______ 46,00 DEATH.
day. hearty welcome to the new minister. M A Johnson ach 26.--.___--__ 4600 -

Mr. G. C. Bronson entertained the J. W. Busbee, one of the faithful Miss Miss Fannie Lula.. Ormond Addition, ..el11.ach ,17......,. (600 6O.00 "I had not eaten food for 10 days :
following ladies at her home on Wednesday and regular attendants at the Methodist Cora Manldlng, .rh $2. _.:..__"__. 4600 and was slowly starving to death Grocery Company:
_
ach 'SI. IIII.no
of last week: Mr.. John Bron- church and Sunday School In L Mlaa, \j Jordan Edith Nlawonicer Hen 40",-_._.._".;____ 46,no Given 'up by five doctors I tried a
son, .Mr*. A. N. Story and Mr" n.OlTOw. Kiasimmeee has been attending the ]lU.. Mary Addition ach ft____ 5600. bottle of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy .- f '" ,
A K: Thomas, cjl wat rent aeh 1 24 01
W. latter service at the Shingle Creek Home Unlverelty League" latpayment which gave relief at once. I am. 75
Wholesale
Mncyclopndla ...... .1*.SOIceland and Retail Dealer in, ,
Iss Mildred' Anderson who is church for the past two Sundays Mr. Mfg Co dummy guns 411,00 years oldand would have died but

teaching school at Winter Park is' Bu.by states that for the past six Wenner-Sawyer Co., supplies, 784 for' your wonderful medicine. The yr
Robt Reldel Co.,. doon frame,.. S.Ofl
now at home, her school being temporarily I year he has not missed being in attendance W B Waklnaon (:0.. rep'r Stove,. 8.oo jaundice .is all gone and I am gaining GROCERIES

closed on account of the pre : at Sunday School .and to Klaar Waters Tel& Co.Carson, phone Oro 2 Co.moa, sup____._? 2 4,98.00 apPetite and strength every day." It "I,.

vailingmalady.. "* : keep his record perfect he makes the MI. Nellie McQuarrl. labor _. 2.S6Mm t. a simple, harmless preparation that i'\>.". '
Cheta. Lanlor labor. ...... 4A200 .. +r'., .' -' ,. ": "i.. ,'
Dave Lock was a visitor at the 1'1 trip to our church each Sunday while J M Cooper labor ............ .104.75 remove the catarrhal' mucus from /, itek% - "1'-. in
P. Tison home Saturday. the churches are temporarily closed. M Tiller Insurance ...,__i.... 65.00 the intestinal 1 > 4> > > 4> 0000000. 4> >. 0 00 .. . . . . . Mr" .
I .Valley Oaaetta. prlnUnlbl..nk... S.00Valley tract and allays., the ," ."Jv .Nh t.\.I''.. ', .
i' 'e"-. Yt I,. : i ".yC 4> ',.' 4.at to 1i\'U.I'\} : ,
The patriotic meeting held at the ZBOO "
Uaxette, ptg statements WE""SELL( .
.
1
WE BUTs ,
A Beautiful Woman.Do Oae. Hdw Co. blackboard ach 1C 7540 practically
school house on last Saturday afternoon i I Dec .Hdw Co., repairs, etc,_.._ 47.611 .
while not: largely attended, was you know that a beautiful woman Alex Haynes wood.. .___..._._ J2.5? ailments including appendicitis. One i HAY ': 5'

a success both from a patriotic and. has always a good digestion T If R Z M Roberaon Evans stamps, disinfectants telegrams" _, HitJ 2.46Fhllllpa dose will 'convince or mOney refunded.J. . . HIDES

financial] standpoint. The Liberty I your digestion 1 is faulty eat lightlyof I H.k-NrhOTi Brom supplies District, ...Mo.----1.. S.60 Z. Roberson, druggist. .. GRAIN .. .0 FURS ..

Loan committee had chosen Dr. W. meats and take an occasional dose N L Edward. globe. ___ : __ 4.00Bt 1 FERTILIZERS .
brie.___
4.00
i B. Witberspoon to speak to us and I of Chamberlain's Tablet to strengthen Chas Cloud I....vl Tribune, at'td officer letter, ..to.___ BS.OOMlaa 1 0' WOOL '. e.
judging from the results obtained your digestion. Price 25c. Myra lodges "Ch 9_n___ 10.on : 1 SHINGLES .. '
'Mra Hhoda Lucas, Moh 8..--___ 10.00 :1 The DasheenThe I AND .
they could not have chosen a better. Mrs Q W McOowen.. aoh 10. 2 mo 2000 0 /
dwelt at \ MILINERY OPENINGS. ( $..-........ DI.*.....< No. 2. ORANGE'BOXES .
The speaker some length on Oao Hdaw Co NUppllea, ______ ITO ALL .
the man in whose! honor the day was Millnery openings are semi-annual Mrs Evelyn Hall .ch 12______ 10.oo dasheen is a member of the botanical 1I. ORANGE WRAPS a

celebrated carrying his audience with events always pleasantly anticipatedby I.Henry L Jordan.Shkhoff Hch I 40--------set Eyclop .. 16.00 600 family araceae to which be- e COUNTRY

him as he pictured the progress of the fair sex and these celebrations -' $..........1 Ulntrlet Mo. .X I long also the calla Indian turnip the VEGETABLE CRATES . .
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A A Knight Hch 13. __._____ 26:00 PRODUCE .
this nation from its discovery to the I of Kissimmeo' hat shops this Mrs A A Knight, Hch- 11.______ 1000 caladium or elephant's ear. It'be- CRATE NAILS 0 . .
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10.00
present the main thought running fall were fully up to the standard, Mr. Lottie HBb-Hrbool Huff sell I lair 18 rS No. e. longs to the colocasia. For home use 0 .'

through the address being that of I,and were both generally attended. !Oae. Hdw. Co supplies _________ 2.80.on it can be grown at small expense by 10000400000000 . 0 0 .. ., . 000 . 00 .

berty. Dr.' Witherspoon closed his The Bon Ton at Sshop and Miss ''FThe countyleupGrlntendent, reported most farmers Florida end can be

t,1' JjrWh with .a stirring appeal fort Bandy's Store were both very prettily ,that he had mad the vacanlcea following In ap-the grown for local markets at prices no We sell field and garden seeds of .U kind.
tpolntmnla to fill the
I Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties.
support of the government in .the decorated for the event with a iKIaalmmee schools: higher than potatoes.
drive for the sale of bonds and the lavish use of potted plants palms I CIvIcs.Miss Annie Whitener, Hlatory. and The trinidad dasheen contains *about Free delivery' in city limit "Phone No. 12.

reaulf was that every man in the audience dainty trailing pink vine and other alias .Eleanor Moseley Mathematics and. 50 per cent more protein and 50 percent We are county agents for good fertilizer Ask u* for circular and pries

placed his name on an appli greenery.At I Fr"neh.*Mlaa Pattle Martin Latin more starch and sugar than the on fertilizer. (U. S. Food Admialstratio. Liceue No.

cation. No definite quota was assigned Miss Bandy's store fashion dictates Mlaa The Margaret board confirmed Veach. the 8th Grade.appoint potato therefore dasheens at equal - - , G22092)n

our section but at the close of a variety of. colors ranging ments. prices would easily be a cheaper food ......... .. .. ..... .

b the week we anticipate subscription. through the new blue. the purple I James Sage tendered his resignation than potatoes. They require a frost-

aggregating ,well above the thousand and browns. Peacock ia popular and as attendance officer of districtNo. less season of at least seven months ; ;

.dollar mark. combination colors shown. Dress ,,, 1, and janitor of school No. 16, with plenty of moisture to fully ma- 1. Tax NoticeNotice .l1 I

We are grateful for the work doneon shape with inserts of gold and silver I,which was accepted by the board and ture a good crop. For a large crop

the road betwen this section and lace, maline or flowers are in evidence (Chas Levi was appointed to fill the of good quality the dasheen must be '

Kissimmee since the heavy rains; the ,and dainty white shapes for vacancies at the same salary grown In a moist but well drainedrich :

only ,fault being that there wasnt early fall are attractive.The j, Mr. Baisden' reported that he had ; sandy loam

.enough of it 'done. hats come in the new velours I received an offer of $50 for the old Planting in this locality should be

I4e and Paen Velvet fabric and are trimmed I White Leaf Bay school house, The done during February and March. .. is hereby given that the ,

instructed him to sell it at that Whole tubers weighing from three to
Mr. and Mrs. John Bronson and with Ostrich pompons and small aboard

'daughter. of Khsimmee ,visited Sunday plumes. Smart feather turbines ,I price for cash. five oupccs each are used and are Tax Books Osceola County ,will

at the G. C. Bronson home. exceedingly. : alluring to customers.The ar.1 I The board finding the attendanceof planted singly 2 or 3 inches deep. : "

Mrs. Ed. Ivey is reported quite sick. Bon Ton Hat,$hop displayed a school _.o. 12 had fallen below the Twelve square feet being allowed for : be open for collection on November '

Walter Bronson, Dan Keene and lovely line of Virginia Dare ; ady-to-I I required average ordered it to be each plant the spacing four by three :

'Grady...and Albert Babb left Tuesday wear dreses, beautifully trimmed closed and instructed the county superintendent or three 'and one-half by three and first. I am now ready to furnish tax

,,.for Narcoossee where they will assist with braid fringe and button., in addition I I to notify the teacher to one-half feet. This permits horse : ,

t'h. 'orange picking. to the millinery. The complete that effect. cultivation with ordinary farm _im : estimates. In writing about taxes always '
fi**"Mi..- -Ediith NIswonger who is line of coat suits show plain effects I The board received the following plements. Soon after planting a fertilizer < .

'teaching at East Lake va an over and generally are strictly tailored I report from the county tax assessor: containing eight to twelve per : of '

.'Sunday visitor with the home ''folk. The Marhof Middy suit were espe-" Honorable Board of Public Instruction cent potash even in good soils. As a : give a complete description

Mr. and Mr*. Arthur Alderman and dally pleasing to misses who desire I Kissimmee Fla. rule, has a beneficial 'effect on the .

_" baby and; Mrs. Ward and children of distinction in dress. While these are I I Gentlemen; Ihereby certify that crop. The digging of dasheens for : your property and enclose postagefor

Boggy ,Creek were vialtor at the war times it I I. evident from these the ;following are the true amounts : home use can usually begin in the

| home oSMre'and Mrs. P. G. Cromar- openings that Kisaimmee' women |I'assessed in the Special School Districts middle of September and the main reply. A discount of ,2. per: cent .

_ < tie 'on Sunday.lr.st. will appear as attractively gowned as of Osceola county for the year crop be harvested at any time after

In':his last letter io hi. mother usual 1918: the' last of-October.; The digging can will 'be allowed, on all. taxes paiddur, ; rt,

[ Lester' Ivey1 stated,that he was now School District No. I..U010.1. be don. with a'.pade or if thearea ,
a lieutenant' in the aviation .service Bethink it well before'70U add an- Special Rpaelal School District No. 8._ n4..0 planted Is.,'large enough the plants 'ing the month of November.

[ expected at any time to be transferred other: thorn to your conscience.rob- 8p..elal'School Special School District Dlatrlct N.No... 8..,*_ 1118.n.n.4. can' be turned over with a plow. Shako ,

to over seas duty. failing 'to..keep. your war' ... Special .Bchool ,Dlatrlct No. s-_ 125.10 the soil from the clumps. as soon as L. BANDY r

pw' .t:,. .Tl cm..:",..* r ngaged the/first pledge. _. Total, ._.___..-_.__......I:' .18.... possible after:digging.. They should 'C. ,

"of,'lha ",.eek naulng'oranges to',Kis- Given under my hand and seal this be t left In the fields from two to four I Collector.

''i;:'| mee.from. .the,grove of Will Bron-:. or...'* TastetoM chOl Tooto 7th.day of October'A. D.'1018.Wav days to dry. The: tops and feeding Tax. .

\ aloe. ......,.doe'.al...laamwhlcfce*.tTsia..li '
*-S'JN' DoD- !.:TUvn, who-has been, at Mood 'by tlra Malaria kloaqait*. PrtoafOo A, *sor .of Taxes, Osceola. County. ,iorms and tubersV. 4 .. . t.o.o..o.o.4)44). aa64)04)4)')0>4 .00.... . .. .

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FOUR THE KISSIMMEE; V.w.Ey"'G VTR.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 25.1VI, *18'

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: 1 K1 S1 MEE quently the cattle that are being dip J. .H. Ferguson of St. Cloud, spent Piles Cured IB 6 to H Day
.VALLEY GAZETTE ped are lean in flesh but show decidedly Tuesday in the city '.looking, after DnauUte refand men, It PAZO OWTMOITflJ' s",
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St. Cloud stronger than those undisturbed. to cure 11Cb.....Blind, Bleedint or ',.JJSJtSS
I . Department business matters. relieves Itching Plley * cae "
...11.... very ......,., Reports of cattle 'dyingfrom. tick sleep after the lint apawRwwwwwn666.:' "-J"& ...'
1y Bl..lrree. "."." G._t<. C.rp..7Xl..lrree "
.. FI.rlaa this summer when the ranges are in . . . . .. ... .... . . .
- - - - - - - - .. . .. . .. .
II the best condition have reached me. __ V"9'V V\7\ VVV99 11 II," .. .. . . .. . 'TT"'T""'.
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) AND NOTES OP THE "WONDER CITy. .
NEWS .
I. {;j.' ,I W. B. Harris, 1 "I..t This is likely duo to the fact that \ .
H. O., V... A 1,
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Secretary:
BY OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT
111; ticks seem to thrive best the years
r. IT l.*.... -' few XI
,f. long grass grows on tho ranges. At

? i\o\ ...._rl..... Rates Mrs. A. I, Hill 'is improving her scattering the influenza epidemic. any ,rate, there never was a' better .
'\,. ., On Copy On. Tear.,__,, .-...._H.OO time to fight them to finish."
\ One Copy, six Month..-..._____.- 1.00 1 property on Eleventh street, with a At the present time, the case o f a .R.S.RLOYD .
'.+, ', pa Copy, Three alontb._..-.-..-- ..,* fresh coat of paint. Mr. Clay Tindall is the only one o f Among the prominent cattlemen

.t. J All "communication Except from our Sully Walther, of Camp Merritt, N, the influenza reported in our com and companies who are said to be advocating -

". II authorised correspondents. ,must b* J., arrived here on Friday for a flying munity. the tick eradication, are:
; Ifrned by the writer.Rejected
c, matter will not be returned visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. From the -letters received by Mr The Carson Cattle Co., the Southport

I, Pleee called for. Walther, on Ohio avenue and Eleventh A. J. Lane and others seemfe thaour t Cattle Co., the Kissimmee Cattle Co.,

l'' (Entered In the Poitofflce at Klsslm- street, leaving here on Sunday to northern friends appreciate the Edgwater Farms- Ed Whaley, SI; .C .

I, a..., Florida, a. second-clans mutter) return to camp. .. .'"Gazette"' more than any. other paper Partin, Rull Bass, E. L. Lesley, W. C Groceries and

"I Mr; and Mrs. Bert Gessford, who they receive; Bass, J. R. Bronson, .!!. O. Partin, A .

have been ill with influenza' at Tarpon Mrs. J.. II. Smith has been on th e F. Bass, J.. K. Hilliaxd: John Partin.

MB R'e9gsrAT Springs, are much i improved at sick list' for some few 'days but i s J. A. Blackwejl I, T M. Barber, W.' I. .

i this writing.: tow up and well again. Barber, ,Josh Reaves, W" ,R. Godwin '", Fresh-Meats

Mr. and Mrs Forest Wright are Our Service Flag of seven'stars E., L. D. Overstreet, Oliver end A, E ,

I here from Frost Proof and 'are locate u will no. doubt be increased by the addition Bass, New Eden Plantation, Shaker I ,

elf at their home on Carolina avenue. of several more' stars in the Colony W. P, Tyson. John Padgett, C II

If the influenza ia checked by that .near future.J. R. L. Story, S. B. Story, Rull Bron- .

time, the Elsie P. McElroy Auxiliary .' A!, Smith spent Monday in Orlando son,' T. A. Hughy, II. L. Overstreet, d.

PRLSyPh will hold their Hallowe'en, social 'on on business. Ike ,Bronson, G. B. Lawson, J. W '

the afternoon of 'October 36th., in the Mr. M. P. Tindall has taken' the Miller,' Marion and Young Tindal!, : Phone 176' 302 Broadway r'

., I Moose hall. matter in his own hands and is rush S., G. Barber and "Bob" Bonegan.ANNOUNCEMENT' I .

I' Mr, W. 11. Empson of St. Cloud and ing the completion of the dipping, "- '.-

: Mrs. Josephine Adams of Franklin- vats the and ; .brUi I
.FRIDAY, OCTOBER<< 25, 1918 near us on Orange Osce '
; .ville, N.. Y., ,were' quietly maried on ola county line.: The undersigned hereby announces f: I

INFLUENZA. Friday afternoon, ,October I8th by We understand that Sheriff In- his candidacy the office of County I . ''I
Commissioner from the .
Fifth Commissioner's _
Rev. Sibert at'the Methodist Parson- -- --- --- -- - -- ------- ------
gram recently. caught one of Nar-
(State Board of HealthBulletin..) District of Osceola Coun-
It Js probably safe to say that the age at Kissimmee. The bride. and coos see's citizens in the act of making ty, Florida, to be voted upon ft the .

thing uppermost jn the minds of the !groom are well known in St. Cloud moon-shine. and put him through General Election to be held In' No: ":
and their friends wish for thema the of law vember, 1918. '
many ordinary course for this I
t people of Florida today is the epi In
explanation of I
candidacy'
my I
long and happy 'life. Mr. and Mrs. crime. F
demic of so-called Influenza J : ,
"Spanish beg to say: Just following the Primary II
," and a multitude of questions f! Empson. are home to their friends at It is feared we will be compelledto Election in June of this yearan v

come 'up to which they often obtain I Jersey avenue and Eleventh: street. close our schools on account of the >election contest between the two
,. What ; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rankin, Mr. spread of influenza, it Is now near us. high candidates for the Democratic
Ho satisfactory answers. caus- t and Mrs. Bracken, Mr-s. Hattie Green- The people of Barton' Lake appreciate nomination of this office occurred. After
ee the disease What are the symptoms the case was tried out and evidence -
1 How can I protect mysel lf ulee ,and daughter, Miss Vera, pic- company very much but we given by both parties, who

Against it? What shall. I-do if I hav niced at the Canal on -Wednesday.Mr. wish to say that they can Yet along were J. B. Somersett and B. H. Guy,

the d sease. What are my chancesfor and,Mrs. McKay,.Mr. and Mrs. without any until the epidemic which the Judge(! of the Circuit Court, Honorable -
f F. W. Kenney, Mr, and Mrs G. W. il now raging is subsided. James W. Perkins found that
? If member
some o
recovery Somersett had the most ballots, but
Penn Mr. and John Houston
Mrs.
my household or office force is a sufferer ;. that both Somersett and Guy were
a what shall I do to protect the formed a fishing party and spent. WEEKLY REPORT OF SALESOF disqualified because neither of them
ethers? Wednesday at Lake Lizzie. THRIFT STAMPS had voted for the Democratic nomi-
Mr. Frank Philpott and sisterinlaw nee for-Govornor at the last General [

Briefly, the answers are as follows: Miss Grace Davis, who have I Story Store, Thrift, ____._______ :I : Election; but, on teh contrary each
We do not know exactly what causes had voted for
been employed at Akron, Ohio, this Lawrence Tress, Thrift, .______. !3' a man not the Democratic -
nominee. As P
the disease. The influenza bacillus they were offering IT IS EASY TO
has 'been found in the sputum of a summer, arrived here Saturday even- _W. S. S. ______________-____- 4 in a Democratic Primary under a law

mall numebr and examination of ing. A. S. Gilbert, Thrift, _,___:: ____,. 4 requiring voters in such a primary to BAKE WITH OUR
Mrs. of Fort in Wenner-Sawyer vote in the General Election only for
Grady Myers, was
the lungs after tutopsy has revealed
our city Saturday. Presby. Church, Thrift, _______ 24 Democratic nominees, they were (GOOD FLOUR '
it in a comparatively small number o f neither of them qualified to be the
c .es. It is probably due to an or Mrs. J.' O. McNew, who has been Public School, Thrift, ._____u 61 Democratic nominee for County Commissioner

Urn'not isolated. spending; the summer in North Dakota W. S.. S. -?_____v_..-____-_ 3 in this coming General
gun yet )( arrived here Monday evening. Woman's II. d., Thrift, ,._____ 23 Election. lie therefore. decided that 1 '
The in severity but OUR BAKERY GOODS
symptoms ,
vary Miss Margaret McGill, who is a W. S. S. _____-__._________ 5 there was no Democratic nominee ,for
in a well marked case there is seyere County Commissioner from the Fifth 'S JJ
headache and backache, usually' following stenographer in Jacksonville; arrived Now, that 'the Liberty Loan has. District chosen in the June Primary HAVE THATHOMEMADE

a chill or chilly sensation. Altnost home Monday evening for week's passed,the patriotic friends should redouble :thereby making necessary for all, TASTE
1 visit. their efforts to sell War Sav candidates for County Commissioner
immediately the whole body; aw
Mrs. Josephine Adams of Frank- lags Stamps, lest they fall down like from -the Fifth District or otherwise
tones the temperature rises to 102andsometimes to go on the ballot at the Genera,
to 105'and there ia a linville, N. Y., arrived Tuesday evenIng the Liberty Loan people. We have Election by petition. Everybody Knows. That Everybody ,is, Sick

marked prostration. The temperature last for the winter.. but two months to the end of the Friends of mine in the Fifth Dis and our trade has grown so large that we cannot give our customers

: ranges from 102() to 104 for about Uncle Josh Ferguson was a busi- I stamp drive, and should resolutely trict have signed such a petition, askIng the good service that we would like to, therefore we ask everyoneto

6 days when it drops to normal l, often ness caller at Kissimmee -Tuesday.Mr. I go over the! top. Every one should flee me df to County be a candidate Commissioner for the from oft carry everything; that they can and if you don't get your groceries -

rising again slightly after a few and Mrs. V. S. Wilson, of Elk- feel a'personal responsibility 'and the Fifth District, Osceola County, just when you think 'you ought to, don't get mad aqd smash

t hours and remaining so for ,one or hart, Ind., arrived Tuesday evening lend a helping hand to every effort Florida. I .have accepted the petitionand the furniture or throw the rolling pin at your husband, but just. bear

two days when it falls to normal and for the winter, and are pleasantly located W., B. Witherspoon, Chairman offer for the office. with" us the beat you can. Thanking: you in advance r 4
; in the Conn Building. Everyone in my District knows me'] '"
t + remains so. Soreness in the chest with but as the office will be,voted on all --==:r=

F : cough, sneezing, and moderate reddening Comrade and Mrs. Henry Grimm Fred,Bass, who went io Washing* over the' County and some of the Coal Oil, gallon___.......... .16 Votan Coffee, a good one,.-. "
of the eyes are usually present and Mr, and Mrs. David Shaw mo- ten last week,,wired his mother, Mrs. voters of the jConuty may not know
L w at the beginning the attack. tored ,.Orlando Wednesday. .. Butler, that he had been recommended me. I state that I am a- -Democrat and-- Tuna Fish, can_____....--. .15 1 'pound can, try' It,______ .35
r ( J." 3 pound ... .
have can, . ... .95
always voted as a Democrat I : -
-
/commission( after sir -"veekltraining. Black Eye Peas 13c 2 for.. .25
;The best way to prevent it is to ,
I '. avoid.:, crowds and any individual, who CENTERS\ i:' .'"at' Camp. Johnston .;. hold theoffice in this County of County for four Commissioner years-, Lima Beans, 18c2."l'' lbs 'for,,. .35 White Maxwell Houre House Coffee, can ._ .82 .
ORANGE Coffee
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can .... /f' .35
'jfahows'signs': ',a cold: Eat.,whole- .:, \+ V ,, ', viz: 1911-1914 inclusive. My record Oat Meal, package; *;:;::::; ::: ,.12 Senate thcie .r
; beet Is
a " c.i ..85Arbuckles.
?. genie food, sleep and.rest" as much as OSCEOLA"CATTLE MEN then- made is open to inspection. I Best Evaporated Peaches... .20 .

i possible and keep the body warm. ORANGE CENTER B FAVOR TICK ERADICATION pledge myself to a fair, honest and Cheese, lb.; ................ .37 _-:" _*._"...*__... .24
Mrs Lester Flint, who has been clean: business administration' of the Cheek Neal Coffee 3 Ibs..85
,
Z" ." is Navy Beans, 2 lbs., _____... .35
There no specific preventative. funds of the
JI sick for the past week, seems slightly County and a faithful 1 lb can Cocoa, ............ ..28 ;
; If you have these symptoms go to Improved in health at this writing, (Continued from Page One), discharge of all the duties of the of: ,Calumet Baking Powder, 10c, I Chili Con
t bed at once and send for your physician to be entirely free from them. flee O. R. BASS. 13c and__.__________ 25 Carne, _.-_._._._!.12 .
; and her many friends hope for her Lunch ,Tongue ___ "
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Shredded Wheat pig ...... .14 .
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and follow his advice to the letter. The Parting of the Way.A ,
r speedy recovery.Mr. Best Jam, large size _. .
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.30. '
It is often serious and this Post Toastfes, 13c, or 2 for .25
i may new era is opening for ,the cattle '
J. E, Maddux
accompanied by Classified Peanut Butter .
Advertisements large size ... .30
? ave your life. Industry here. Through all the past U. S.,Smoking, pkg. ........ .06 ,
his
Ivon and Gordon Sunday ,
sons, spent Peanut Butter; small size .c
__ .13
Prince Albert ........ .. ,
F The chances of recovery are good, at their home in Orange Center. years it has been in a stranglehold pkg.; .15George ..
Octagon Soap 7c. 6 bars
__ .40
t few fail to of merciless foe WANTED-To buy orange trove from Washington, pkg. .. .06 ,
uncomplicated
very cases > a an
enemy' as
Mr. T. A. Fore and family, who party who ha. a reason for wanting Fells Naptha, 6 ban..__... .40 '
get well. Usually one should remain blood-thirsty as the hun, and even to sell other than spoculatlon. Address Velvet, package, uu_.___.. .12
have been residents here for several Box 260, P. G.,' 6 bars .._.___ _
Orlando Fla. 45-lt. __ ____ .40
: t Renos __ .___ .....
in bed at least three days with normal now these blood suckers are fairly! pkg. .06
left
years, on Tuesday for Flat Creek, Export bar. ____ f
._ ___. __ .05
earlier FOR RENT-NIc* Furnished Huu.e All others ._____ :
temperature; to get up Tennessee.Mrs. swarming over the range cattle. Perhaps pkg. :;__ .05
.
Apply to J. McPhattor. 28-tf Ivory, per bar, ._, __._, _____ ..06Grandma's
invites an attack of pneumonia. The the long growth of grass found Water ground Meal, lb.._..'. .06 -
: death is when this Ruby Ivey and children are in FOR SALB5-Elshty acre; IS acres Fancy Head Rice lb_______ Launf'ry' _____._ .OS .j
rate high complication the guests of her mother, Mrs. J. J. this section now is conductive to cleared and under fence: S acre In .12 Lux Soap pks ,
t occurs. Keene. ; their propaganda. At any rate the bearing; orange grove; $1.000 worthof Broken Rice! lb. .'____.;,-._. .10 ------------12/. ."
;
cypress timber on tract; four- Sour Pickles, bottle, _____ .16
y To protect your household, strict Our section visited ticks are here in large numbers and room house and kitchen. Also 60 Rumford Baking Powder, lb. .28 --
was heavy Sour
by a Picbles, botOe_______ .18
_
'. Isolation disease head of cattle and a good bunch of Beat Salt Bacon _
is necessary. The rainfall here to stay tic campaign lb. ___.... .82
on Monday afternoon, which range hog loose on the range. Saur Kraut
large .
....
is spread by contact. The nasal secretions *- will be of force an unconditional surrender -, Farming tool. and Implement Located Salt Bacon, _...- .......... .28 can, ., .1
great benefit to- those who near Kenansvllla. Price .600. Sweet Pickles, can largo ___ .29
,
and sputum should be collected then Osceola Bull Head Catsup, hot. 13c 2 .25
county would be tiafncash| balance term to .ult. B ,
contemplate
pl.ntingan Apple
early gar- Jelly 8 ors.) _______. .14
ksnansyllle ,
; on gauze or pieces of cloth and free. Free to trade in open market.No H. Ouy, Fla. 5-tf Eba Milk can' .-.._____-.___ .05 .
Grape Jelly, 8 tEL __... .14
pc burned. When patient recovers bedding den.Our school is closed dipping twice within a period of FARM RS-S"nd today for a free sam- Eagle Milk, ca _.__________ .22 Jams ."
at
but
present, 8 0::" ..... ..
| pie copy of the Florida Farmer and ; 14
should be placed in the sun for seven days or when there is : Carnation, can ___....... .06 ?
so far known there of no quar- Stockman, published at Jacksonville. - Thread
as are no cases I .. __ ______....... ..05
several days and the windows of the an epidemic in antine pen as is the case in Kissim- Telia, about livestock raising, dairy St. Charles, can __......... .06 a
our vicinity. ing poultry citrus fruit and truckIng -
I
l -
?,. room wide, open. No fumigation mee, one dipping at home and one en twice a month af COe per year- Van Gump's Milk, can ______ .06
three years for 11.00. Only livestock FLOUR.
r necessary. route. Free to bring in new breeds and general farming paper --In--the Pet milk, Baby, can ._...__.. .06 ;

; Many cases do not show the.severe BARTON LAKEPlenty and build up the stock, free to' buy tate. Write today. Alaga Syrup, gal. _________ 1.10 Pillsbury, 24-lb _________-__ 1.70

symptoms Just mentioned. The aching fine animals and put them on the FOR RENT-8-room house furnished; Alaga Syrup, l/-gal. ___..; .55 Gold Medal, 24-lb., _______-_ 1.70

;.I catarrhal symptoms and fever of rain and all fall crops range without fear of fever free to 10-room rooms house; unfurnished furnished; housekeeping dwel Alaga Syrup, No. 1 ._______ .17 Colonial, 24-lbs., ______..... 1,70,

may be much more mild but the dan- seem do be doing fine. make this section what it was intended lings. Mrs. E. E. W lla. tf. Alaga Syrup, No. 2 ____.___' .22 Rising Sun, best there is___. 1.70

i ger of complications, especially pneumonia Mr. Clay Tindall,. who was':well and to be-one of the foremost producers DWELLINGS for rent Apply to M Crisco large can _.__..__..... 1.90 Per pound, all kinds, ______ t\/2\

is very near and<<, the patient in Kisimmee Saturday morning to. of stock cattle in the country.' Tiller. Crisco, medium __ .. _____. .95 Six 'pounds substitute' every24.

f should remain Just as long in bed and attend ,the military examination, is Under the present conditions most FOR SALE!-Second-hand Ford cars Crisco, smnil,_.._..._ _.___. .50 pound sack.

f in either case the patient is rarely this morning, reported stricken with of Florida's cattle are actually barred at Co.,attractive SOT Broadway.prices. Osceola Motor Sweet Feed, 100 lbs. __-_____ 3.45 -

perfectly.well in less than two weeks. Spanish influenza. We hope. ,to see from exhibition at the state fair Of Oats, 100 Ibs., ______-_.___ 3.40 DRUGS'

't. Il, "NEW PHOTO STUDIO TO OPEN. him) up again soon.* course the local men have been urgedto FOR model BALE three-One, visible Emerson\ as good Typewriter as new' Corn, 100 lbs., _____________ 4.00 Sweet Spirits Nitre, '0.-...:'.. .14 e

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cooper and enter specimens of their stock at Apply Valley Oaiette. tf. Velvet Bean Meal, -___.__-- 2t50 Hydrogen Peroxide __.____. .10 i..

is O. A. Briggs who purchased property family of Kissimmee, in order if pos- the next meeting, but it is impossible WILL TRADE! or exchange city property Minced Ham, lb., ____-_____ ..35 Carbolic Acid, _____________ .14 '

in Kisimmee last year and; has sible, to avoid the influenza\ have for them' observe/ the necessary dip any" for kind country B O.property Miller. or stockof t.-tfADMINISTRATION. Potted lIam, Libby-s, ____...__ .95 Sweet Oil, ........___..... ,.14

a moved his family here from Toronto, taken up camping quarters on our ping regulations and get their ani- Corn Beef Hash, can, 18c,'2__ .25 Sulphur, package _____.-_,_ .05,

' ;' Kissimmee Canada to, is make'further his identifying residence his in disease beautiful has lake, until such time as this 1- mals there in a condition to competefor (Cltatlesu! ) Beef, pork and Veal Loaf, ca .20 Blue Label Vaseline, hot .._.. .Q5,
subsided.
prizes against cattle from free Household Ammonia, bot.._. .10 Turpentine, bottle ________ : .10
interest with those of the city by Each and every family was made tick sections. Last year only, a few I. Court ef the Vommir', JsJdc*. Slatet'Fiends. Blueing,, bottle ____._-_-__ .05 Caster Oil, :Bottle _____.__-_ .10

opening a photographic the studio in the very sad by receipt of the news that bunches of Florida cattle were shownat .-Oaecela C..47.. Potash, large can, ..?____ .11 Casloria, bottle _________..... .30
building corner of Broadway Dr. C. L. Hyatt had been called Kstatc' of C. I Hyatt.
t. by the annual fair but with the freeing *
Cal. Peaches Epsom Salts
box
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aDd' Darlington known the BY THE JIJDUR 0V SAID COURT heavy syrop .23 __-__._--. .05
avenue, as the great omnipotent that controlsthe of the state from this bondage all Whereas, W. B. Crawford has applied Tomatoes, No. 1 can lOc, 8 f"l 1 .25 Camphor, bottle __________ 10
;4.rmory.. universe. We, one and all extendour this will be to this Court for Letters of Ad. Salts, box ______.. ___
changed. ministration on the estate of C. I.. Pie Peaches, ....._....____ .15 ___ 05
Mr. Briggs is having the room heartfelt sympathy to the befeaved "Pat" Johnson, 2nd vicepresidentof > I Hyatt. deceased, late of said county ofsceola. Quinine Tablets, box._____" ..>w
Adapted to his business and '
hopes to
family. the Florida Live Stock Association These are, therefore. To site and admonish ,
be ready for busines about th. first We presume that the quarantine whose annual convention will be held all and singular the kindred EVERYBODY INVITED TO INSPECT OUR SANITARY '

.of November. He will use natural which had been established over Arcadia here on January 14 and 18 of next and appear creditors before of aald this'Court deceased on or to be bend ... AND GET PRICES. Our Motto Is! Cordiality 16 0&. to STORE U ,

aDd artificial light and.. will be equip- baa ;been lifted, as we again year, in 'an Interview on the tick lore U18, the and Und file day objections of November.If any A.they D. pound and 100 Cents on the Dollar. >e.

ped for evening 'work when that "is last Sunday observed those monsterBirdasoaring question, said: "There Is no questionbut have to the granting of Letters ofAdministration OUt Of' TOWN, ORDERS SHIPPED
on said estate, otherwise SAME PAYJ ,
convenient for his customers. .
more over
high (
our conunun- that the tick.is doomed in Flori the same will be granted to said
Mr; Briggs say lie has been in the Ity. da. All the neighboring counties'are W. B. Crawford or to some other fit I

'are business'practically. all his life.' We feel it our duty to postpone our dipping with good !result Cattle person Witness or my persons.' name as County Judge CUT PRICE CASH: .GROCERY( :

:He will will make a specialty of art Sunday' School last' Sunday for fear that are handled often *rp never eo day 0' the of County October,aforesaid A. D.' Itll.this 'the S4th. -, Phone :

PJ1"t ;::.t.LaLlul+.Y.Lisa.l..lr the lfe ie might- fee. gernq chance, 'ofT fit'as.,, Jhofe! ate_ undisturbed- cons. ,41-et.(SEAL), .Iu( < TM', bounty MURPHY Judge., "ln.,422, Broadway .* Jfi, "

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I'TERESTJNG' 1 Mrs. 'E. E. May returned from campaign, said:, I regret that Osce .

LOCAL _ITEMS_ I II Jacksonville -Tuesday, ola county should fall short of her i; ""

m Charles Donegan of Deer Park,has quota, though it was through no lack j

,I For Sale-A few good, white Leg been a visitor to the city this week. of interest nor effort. Efficient committees

: horn hens. A. S. Thomas 45-lt-pd George M. Powell, a prominent labored energetically to ,

father .Report : Mr and Mrs. Bart Bryan, accompanied lawyer of Jacksonville, spent Tues- raise 'the suggested ''amount but the l

: by Mrs. Myers and small 'da'y-in the city and wait entertainedby people were not financially able to s. 1II( r
PARSONACQa
subscribe that In view of the
daughter, Ruth, motored to Orlando. Mayor Cadel. sum.,
: fact that the' last loan, in April, was
following are daily tempera- ; Sunday Bart Bryan, of the Osceola MotorCo.
I over subscribed fully 56 cent it is
.r red precipitations as re- : For Rent. -Two furnished fiats, ., made a flying trip to Jacksonville not per ,
a reflection thelrj. effort
, rted by Government station on nor
with modem conveniences. W. B. Wednesday in his CAr. He, was their
j Kissimmee,fo- he week end- spirit that their present drive
g Thursday, October' 24th. Harris, Giazettevofnc ,38-f. acompanied by Mrs. Bryan.There failed to reach the quota"' .A420 M

Ma:. Mm.. Rain Some' good city property, to exchange will'be no preaching' at the: ,

ursday, ,.-_. ,91 70Friday for country property. See Union Center church this coming LETTER FROM GARY BROWN.

_..n.-j: 88 73 Nelson Realty, ompany. Sunday October 27thf on a count ol' '
Hempstead L. I., Oct. 15, 1918.
aturday, ..1//... 86 72 the nifluenza. CHAS. R. SMITH,
,: Dr. W..1 Winr was called to.Tarn """ Dear Parents:-Your letters all I He who alnald. trod. this lane,
Sundf.yVjnday, '----._. 85 70 1.80 pa this week; to attend J Gus Smith, Pastor. received was glad to get them. We Beldon single'. trOda again;

\ \' __?._ 82' 67 who. is seriously ill with Spanish in- 'Dr. C. II. Summers, who is engaged have been' -real busy lately ,playing But To double.hare hi back. ph.a.ur..to a double with a life wife

Tuesday. .....n83: 69 fluenza. in Y. M. C. A work, was here one for the ''Liberty Lpan. We had a .big .
Wednesday _.. 85 70 AFTKM TIIK WIKK. A IIOMIC, TIIKW TIIH WHNITl'HR. ,
day this week 'visiting :Mrs. Summer
: day Saturday
Can, lease 7000 acre cattle ranch, the 12th; played in a .
good water, fences and and his two'' aons, C. H.; and parade"in New 'York City Fifth The furniture I* the eaelett of all., to select and 'decide; on. You
I buildings, on will IInd here a large Mock of the latent tyie. and designs to choose
owned by northern man, .25 cents per Christie. I II avenue. Walked nearly ten miles. from and when Installed In the home you will have' the- atUfictlon

P. A. Vans Agnew, of Jacksonville, per'acre. Nelson Realty Co., On account of development, of!I We were all glad when we had finished of furniture knowing value.that for every dollar expended you will have. a dollar of '

ent the middle*part of..the week in S.' 'R. Chapman, of this place, and a case of influenza in. the Shingle 1 ; left camp at'. 8 in the morning, Newl? weds are ...._... ..... .. well as tfceM .*>..( I. eelefcrat
: ., wn on' legal business. Mr. Horton,. of Clevlard, Ohio, left Creek' neighborhood, the preaching started the parade at 12 and finished their erra/aI or *.Hrm mriHImm ...lTer.nri... ,

.', Mrs. J. Earl Lupfer returned the Thursday on a busines trip for pointsin 'service at Shingle Creek church for shortly after 2 o'clock, then after ,
.! rly, part of '''the week from' 'Mar-: Manatee county. next Sunday has been'called offs auppper we went to Oyster Bay for ; C. H. GRANTHAM

,, 'ehallville, Ga. where she called Liberty Loan
was All meetipg. Roosevelt's "TJif Satisfactory Ston"Will
who buy In
$5.00
these merchandise Attorney Akerman, who took Mr.Steed's .
by thedeath' of her nephew. home is here; we heard him speak,
: will get a. Thrift Stamp, place in the law firm with G. certainly
i Rev. and Mrs. Entsminger of Lakeland free. at; F. H. Lnwaon'sNat e, F. Kribbs,;was called to Jacksonville was good President Wilson *
\ and Ex-President Taft
h came up Wednesday to be 'with and O. R. Bass, well known, to attend' to some- business for and
Mrs. C.. L. tho I Roosevelt viewed the parade. There
Hyatt for day. Mrs.
Kenansville citizens, were'Kissimmee east coast clients in'lthe.'U: S.' Dis- I several
+, l ntsminger': is Mrs. Hyatt's sister. I : were pictures taken of us, so
visitors Thursday. They stopped. at trict Court, going 'on Monday 'and re; .f you 'will' ask Mr. Woodbeck whenit
L. W.. Wilson, who Was called here the Graystone hotel. I turning yesterday.Mr. .
: will be there
perhaps
you can see
"t his
by the (IIInes. of return-
ed daughter, Stock, truck and fruit, farms, all 1 W J. Steed, who enlisted inthe it. Will be in Pathe Weekly. Our ,
Wednesday to hia home
'r, in.Akron, kinds of Florida names and invest Navel] Reserves August 1st,' has band is. just behind some boats that Sell Shoes
? Ohio.
J While here he
i wa a guest at
,' the Park hoteL ments., Full particulars to interest been pro \Qted to chief yeoman and is are, on a wagon pulled, by mules. .
ed' arties. Nelson i Realty Co. stationed at Key West. He-is now In Was surprised to hear of the In.

j I', J., A.. Blackwell received a'wire John T. Lewis, formerly of ..1 DeLand on leave to be with his mother crease in the Bishop family. Does I lit ".

Tuesday from his son Paul; who is a simmee but now editor of theliston'Advocate Wil-! who is seriously ill with pneumonia. seem posible to be grandpa. '
.f i F student ait-'Gainesville, telling of his 1 There has been
stopped over be. an enormous num. Only For Cash
appointment to the .Officers
ti Infantry tween trains Wednesday evening and. ber of cases of influenza here but
Training at Pike Ark. I Miss Ada Wagner returned home
Camp, Camp
,
visited old friends here. He was on Saturday from they are getting it checked consider ..a
St.
Petersburg, where
f i Mrs..-Getaldine? Norton camedowji his way to Tampa on business connected I.she .has been spending the past month ably now. They have had an epidemic /,
r from Allendale Saturday, to be present with his duties as State fruit with of it'and we were inoculated for it ; P
''I I Mrs. W. T. Greske, -taking' lessons That. i* to friend and thatafter{ this date ,
. at the funeral services of Dr. C. I inspector. in last week. You should see us now. notify my cu tomer ,
voice.
Mrs. Greske will be
! L. Hyatt. Mrs. Norton Was a, former Ladies' Princess, all wool Skirts; I remembered here as Miss :Marlia Everyone is wearing a cheese cloth no shoe will be charged to any one under any circumstances.The .
d resident here and friend of mask when inside but
a the should be seen before buying. $10.00and Bishop, having Hved in Kissimmee they are'' are
} Hyatt family. $12.50 each F. H. allowed to remove them when 'out has fixed the of SHOES Tor all'
'r. ; big bargains. and taught mujric a few 'years ago., government price grade

4, ..... The Kissimmee Telephone Company Lawson. Lieutenants doors. and the profit will now be too small to permit selling them charge
on
* ,. announce that a new directory John 'K. Witherspoon $is now Gun. Spenoar f and Stackpole There -is not much to write about. _

,.: will be issued in a very short time. Sgt. in the First Company of Aviation of Dorr Field, near Arcadia, flew Am feeling ftne. Told you I bought account
here in their ships Sunday and -'made a Liberty Bond our squadron bought
M" ;
Any. desiring to install telephone
person a Cadet, in the Marine Barracks,!,
a should do so before November : in the Philadelphia Navy-Yard, drill- Kissimmee their, headquarters while $32,000 out of 150 men, pretty good Our Stock, however, will be kept'fully up to the usual "standard.
looking over this section of the state percentage. Out of $71,000 we raised -
15 their be listed. I Ii ,
that
name .may inc, studying Semaphore signalling, and will continue handle full line of the best Shoes '
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1 On Monday J. Earl Lupfer "motored $32,000( which is still better yet, we a quality .
;
i Mtes
I I. Ruth Thomas, who is employ wireless sending, and the. machine
;. ed \by i the American Agricultural gun.A"fter two or three weeks he with them 'to ;Orlando and Sanford. nearly half of 'what they have' in' this for Men, Women' and. Children- and solicit"your continued patronage.
They left for Arcadia Tuesday morn- M -
,'
Chemical Company at Jacksonville, will' be sent to Boston Tect. for ad- field.Don't -
ing. know what chances are to
came home Sunday to be present at vanced instruction. -
the funeral of the late Dr. C. L. Capt. J.. W. Simpson of the'United' get off Xmas, but am going to 'try.
Splendid chicken farm bearing '
Hyatt.' She returned to her duties States. Dental Corps, 'stationed at ,They may let a certain per cent go STANFORD, CO.
fruits, water works, cheap and easy home like they hove heretofore
Camp Crane Allentown Pa. 'is ,
Sunday. near ,
terms) fine healthy ]location, good ,
Well I hope this finds everyone
home ten leave of absence. .
on a day
, I Some extra good trucking land, bargain. Nelson Realty Co. well and feel obvious that. it will .
' close in, with good flowing well, for Capt, Simpson states that Camp
Road R. Farmer home.
Superintendent
Nelson .* Crane made a record in caring for bring some more mail from
rent.
Realty Company. who -also has charge of the county the sick during 'epidemic, of influ love to all. GARY.
t Miss. Lenore Van Duzer,. front Van- 'farm is of .
poor' making a success in t.
enza and stamping out..the dis-
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dalia; Mo., arrived Saturday In' reeponse raising hogs at the farm. He now ease. W. S. S. BREViTIES.' uU

, to a telegram, to, be with her has about forty' fine porkers, whichhe What'a wondrous inspiration, !lrn

t ndmother, Mrs. F. Van Duzer, has' fattened on chufas,' peas, etc., About $6000 worth of;Kissimmee What a feeling of elation.
has been ill 'at her property to exchange for. Oklahoma OSCEOLA HOTELWill THE
i seriously besides several litters of pigs comingon. As'we hear of victories that 'are won. .
home In.South Kissimmee. Mrs. Van Mr. Farmer has been' kiting property.' Full particulars and free What a pride in every heart. OverlancffGarage
Duzer is better.! booklet. Nelson Co.: for the Fall and Winter
Realty
slightly about one hog a week for some time, That our boys 'have done their part, open

Non-resident client ownes desirable which' materially helps to reduce the E. D. 'Katz returned from Tampa. One perhaps, lour -only 'son. Season, Sept. 12th. u now under, new management,

,+ Kissimmee property worth $2500, ,grocery bill 'for the convict gang, Wednesday where he was called by As our' boys are winning 'victorieson Families contemplating spendingthe All work on all make of car and ;

will exchange for property north. No one thing' in that Christmas the illness -of Gus Smith, formerly of the, battle field, the War Savings winter in Klasimme will Endour i marine work done promptly.; Frank '

Nelson Realty Company., .:,r-, ;i.,;.. ,._* package will .mean "so much to the Kissimmee .who was suffering, with campaign throughout' the United accommodations, .pleasand.'' . and. J. Jones i is in charge of the repair .
:T
'
Little Olivine Savage?"" youngest soldier"boy ''a. ..the photograph of pneumonia. Mrs. Katz has been there States 'advancing, not so rapidly as home-like." :

; daughter of Mrs. R.B. Savage, has some loved one. Have them made atWilder' since Sunday. Mr. .Kate states that i(might be hoped, but surely. The RATES REASONABLE department.. ii A8

, ', been critically ill at her grandpar- Studio. Y it was with greatest difficulty that a grand total I up to October tat amounting MRS. W. ,H. ARNOLD F. H. TVNIR:
Mgre
i p' ent's home at Eagle Lake. Olivine Messrs O. M. Rants and H. B. Hudson physician could be obtained and ahdit ; to $772,713,977.00, of this'amount PROPRlnRfSS ,.

o was stricken with influenza, then developed .' have open d' a steam vulcanizingshop not been for Mr. Smith's intimate Florida has contributed $4,426,636.18with

u i pneumonia, but is rapidly re (In the Fleming building on Darlington friend he would have been unattend-j I I'' an' average per capita of 4.29

covering. Mrs. Savage is with her. avenue, and are doing a ed by medical 'aId till the arrival of'Osceola county's credit based on maturity

I 'By all means flee those all wool thriving business in mending worn Dr. Winn, of Kissimmee. Mr. Smith value of stamps purchased up

t a Skirts, they are beauties. F. H. Law- and punctured auto tires, The method is now critically ill. to October tat as tabulated by the

son. used by this firm is said to be an The soldier boys can be amused, ,State Director was $85,410.70, per Cheer '
entirely new and their works capita, 8.04. There has been considerable up ,
t Robert' Paige of Edgewater Farms, process can get bodily comfort and refresh- t

': : returned Monday from Newark, N. being highly commended by their ment, can buy sweets and trinkets, increase during the monthof maturity % You'll I I be well I 4
f customers. Rants is from October, therefore our .actual soon
I r J., where he went for his mother, recently but they can't buy photographs tA
; Mrs. A. D. Paige, who was spending Indiana and has had many years. ex- these must come from home Wilder' credits at this time is more .

I ; the summer at her old home there. ,perience. in the -vulcanizing. business. Studio. than ninety thousand dollars. Taking r "2_
' a everything into consideration,
Mrs. Paige was accompanied south Men who wish to dress well and ,
for the
T. .E. Waldrup, appraiser .
this such showing but
is not
a ;
poor
by her two children, Miss Elizabethremaining' ret service should and let .
' L* come us Federal Land Bank of Columbia, S. i it should not be forgotten that we
at Newark. take their measure for a suit made C., is in the city today-to look after ;are expected to buy $260,400* worthof

"I Large cattle' ranch and 500 cattle, by Strauss Bros., Chicago. F. II. fifteen or more properties on which stamps within the year ending ,

cheap, might take part pay l in good Lawson. tlje owners desire farm-loans. Six- December 31st. 11

rental property north. Nelson Real Ifoward Katz, former captain of teen persons .have already received I The sales in this county apportionas

ty Company. Company B, of the 124th Florida Infantry farm loans and any other parties follows;
Mrs. Gus Smith who baa been visiting to take advantage of the
but who was discharged from wishing St; Cloud u------__$42,318.02
; relatives at Pittsburgh, reached duty on acount of physicist disability government's" offer to loan money on Kissimmee ._ __.n__ 30,285.46

Kiasimmee Wednesday morning en has received notice to report at the farm property at five and one-half Deer Park, ..--.._..n 1,518.95 Nfl
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;. route for her home in Tampa, where nearest recruiting office and take the per cent should communicate with Narcoossee, -. -..uu 1,275j.23( eWe

her husband is ill with influenza. Miss khysicial examination. It was a great the Secretary and Treasurer of the Kissimmee Park, un 1,205.07

;" 'Dorothy Belle Katz; who has been disappoint to Mr. Katz when he. was Local Farm Loan Association, A. E. Kenansville, '.. _-,...-.. 632.67

.: with Mrs. Smith in Pittsburgh, came,, obliged, to leave the service and when Thomas. Bassenger, ._ -_*._--__. 117.67 have % e

} ,.. as. far as Kissimmee with her. the enquiry came as to whether he desired Lokosee, .. ._.?._-.- 74.10
). Fall and Winter merchandise for to enter again lie unhesitatingly OSCEOLA FAILED TO RAISE the Medicine;

9 f{I men, ;.women and children. F. II. answered in the affirmative, FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN QOUTA Current value total, $77,427.34 and Drugs r

Lawson. though it is not known at this time in It .should be. remembered that locally .
I .
, Dr. T. M. River :returned Wednesday what department he will enter ser With the,conclusion of the ourth -we are able to compute the you need
'
i.'; from Orlando, where he has been vice. Liberty Loan drive Saturday night, 'sales on current values only, and the .o.. 6

in a hospital for several weeks. Dr. His portrait means much to it 'became apparent that Osceola coun- State Director bases his credits on w

Rivers was Just recovering from an Your portrait )will mean a thousand you. ty had fallen short of her quota, hav- maturity value, hence the discrepen- THE"CENTRAL'S. NURSE SAYS:

,' operation when he contracted pneuionia. fold more to him. Make an' appoint ( ing raised $101,900 of the $192,300 cy in the figures quoted above.St. .

.a. His many friends will be ment today-it's time for the Christmas allotted her. This was not throughany Cloud is doing mighty fine work We are. extra busy these days fighting that 1 1

,gratified to learn that he has sufficiently mail to France. Wilder's Studio. lack of patriotism, however,but and is entitled to special mention by Spanish Influenza: Use our preventatlves but 'should. ,
d! recovered to be home again. when it is remembered that this reason of the fact that she is leading' I df
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Mrs J. D. Sibert arrived home "over the in the belts victim remember you will get well quick
:f:_., Section good land, improved, onflee county Vent top" in the purchase of War Savings you
: lake, close to Kissimmee, for Tuesday night from a two month's I third drive exceding her quota by 56 Stamps. Kissimmee, however, still er If you use our full strength, pure drugs. "

rent; fine place for farming and trip to Arkansas. While Mrs. Sibert ,.per cent, it will be easily seen that has a chance to catch up and it is V

stock. Nelson Realty Co. went on a business mission to look lack-of -funds was alone responsiblefor hoped that our entire county will You won't get sick at all If you, go to your doc:
after property, she. combined business the result of the campaign.The take on new life during the .months
? .G. M. Taylor: is moving his gro'very'"atore with pleasure and visited relatives work Was carried on in Kismmee of November and December,' 'and tor In time, get a prescription and bring_ It to us to

:from its old location' on Stewart at Paragould' and Walcott al under the direction of Carson greatly increase our credits.. be filled. t/

i avenue'' to the Butler building on Ark. En route home she stopped at Farmer, local chairman the men's D. G. WAGNER,. Chairman.Set .

.Broadway,.which is being remodeled Memphis, Tenn.'and then at .Atlanta, committee, and Mrs." J. Wesley When you need drugs or drug store things. I buy. ,

and pot in first class shape! Mr. Tay- where she spent a few days with her Brown, chairman of the, woman's Your,.Clock ,Back 'One Hour at them from us and KNOW they are right., ,:
j loris -one of"Kissimrnee's merchantsWho son, Olinwho ia'' & student in the S. committee.. K. Conn, at St. Cloud, 2, a. m. Sunday. : .

has been,fatthful. to .:the city A. T. C.'at the Southern Dental Col! headed the activities there and special On Sunday! morning' next at,?2 .a. .

g through its cape and downs for a num- lego Mr.Sibert.is recovering from chairmen were named-for other, JD.f the time will be changed back to : Central. Drug, $(Store .

"of yearsiand'rlohly"deservea: theauceees' an;;attacks of.Jn1Iuenu'' and. ber,jamily'andmany'fi portions of the county. its former'standard! ._ .. : .Phone 41,' '
Deal Place : ; Wg
that, baa,..nowned bid busi.JIM. .- ends here'are''gladto "C. A.'-Carson, county -chairman for Better set ,your clock back' before Tli Square. ,.. "

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'V..nn..1'.fII..y.r. ribbons, eta.,. ...70Ii tllirrrerrla'rv
1 : A W H Drew Co, rat; books. Ed.<'KOseiol rrII
Ill''j alldw Co., fan ____..._ 2H.0OfO <
'j Proceedings of f the County Commissioners 1 I 1) Harnard red books.._.._ 10,110
Ht Cloud Tribune, hufir license. IS.toHI ,.
Cloud Tribune, IKBS ads___ 105.no
I Kt Cloud Tribune legal ads.___ 84 (KKlssv
Kissimmee, Fla', Oct. 7, 1918. was ordered spread upon the minutes. I Tel Co.. rent ____________ '.!toKlssy '
Commissioner A. F. Bass Lt. A Water-, pit. __un._ 14 00
The Board of Commissioners present.
County Osceola Hdw Co., supplies, _... A fill Critica/lasies
of Osceola county met in regular ed a paid check :for $35 which ,O-ceola Hdw Co., frclKht ____ K4.58 are both ,1''
session at 10 a. m., on the above date, amount he had advanced tocounty .Onrvolit Hdw, Co. healer, ______ 21.7O ,
Mach fare and asked the lAtlnu I Mills toilet paper, ..___. 8./111/
there being Ernest as car
:_ present pauper _.__
.Volley On ret to. legal" adv. 44 T5I the
a chairman; E. L. D. Overstreet J. K.Hilliard. board to refund the amount to him, I'Valley Musette, enlist cards ?_ 4.76IW pleased and satisfied with
A. F. Bass and B. H. Guy Upon a motion made by J. K. Hilliard, ft C flro Coo -up. to farm.. 1*1I,1I1I i<
Commissioners Milton Pledger attorney I and seconded by Commissioner B. H |II. H Farmer, .u pt roads, .n___ !*II.OCt(
( ; W Asliton, supt teams, ___.__ 7501 and flavor of Possum.
for the board and J. L. Over. Guy, and carried the Clerk was 'instructed Dan Brown guard, ____ .. to.no aroma ;
street clerk. to draw a warrant for the ] Z Hobersonj drugs to gang_. 6.55! 1
The board was called toorder, by amount to Mr. Bass. I IJ A C ire (,0., are to gang240.00' .
( W & C Oro Cu. rued--. _._._ 18 l SRi"'
its chairman Ernest Mach and the The Clerk presented a letter from 'Mrs n D Warlntr 16 sheets, .. S.21iW It that- its
minutes of the regular session and I Hon. W. I). Crawford asking the 11 Maklnaon Co., supplies I :, :=: 54.41< goes 'without saying : :
special sessions of September read board 'to pay the court costs in case J W n MakliiNon Co. supplies. _._ 405>

'r and approved. of W B. Crawford vs. Oscoola county iMIller-JarUaun 1'lmll'Mach; . suppllen drain. to Cu.auto feed:'. ur./lr,336, healthful and nourishing qualities -
Mr. Pat Johnson came before the I upon) motion of Commissioner.A.F. (')rnpmnn (Supply '('0.. stripes, ._ H'l: I <"'
,, board and Inquired; if the deed to the Baas seconded by Commissioner J,'' 1., It Farmer frHirht lumber' '' ?.H" far outclass those coffee 4i
'J K Sinulftiiry, lirldire ,. 1(1MC or ,
the road K, Milliard and carried, the Clerk .
i right of way of new across 11 aranthnm, cot pads, ______ 2BI.upfrr .< '
the lake betwcn Kissimmee and St.* was instructed,. to deliver the .warrant Ai PI'I'lr"r' , supplies, ___ 81.1' J "
Cloud had'' been delh'ered'I1S i freed( 'issued at a former session of the .1 A 1o relay, r..fund.. _n_.____. Inll and tea. n .
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i to by Mr. A, K Drought and whether,board for such coats to Mr. Crawford. 'Corner C I. HiiiKly.Drug rnininlsslons Store' supolles.. IS 1311 1' .; '
subscription of $500 had been paid j Mr. A. 1 K. Donegan/ appeared before ,IT M' Murphy, juvenile Judge,..r. 11!.fin
and insisted that the board secure the I'the hoard and advised! them that the !lj II Ingrameuat,t Sept ..0111'...,. 2$ 2' I Postum in two 'forms
1i right of way deed and subKcriptlon, bond of Trustees of S. K. & B. Dist. llj ctHceola 11 In,,Pharmacy"Rln. earn, of mcfl.nil25,04)to prls.. n.II'1 comes ;

etc Mr. Johnston also called the Nd. ::1!, should be fixed whereupon on T. II I liiKinm. .......t' Pr' court__ 2f17.H
lionrd's attention to need of bridges '''motion .of Commissioner J. K. llil- II Crawford, <.,mvl<'lion t...... 2n"in Posium Cerealwhich must.be boiled,
in certain localities between )Doer ]Bard seconded by Commissioner A. IW lj llvetstrvt't. "ttllt of court. __ bRAY ,

Park and Taylor Creek. Mr. II.,' O.J'artm I I iFt Buns, and carried. the bonds' of Milton\ 1".I..r.Union. nil men.for to judge board,.,.. 4U..30 nsVeAtrrii .'I ' and Instant Postum, made in the cup
then stated that a bridge was :said 'Trusteeswere: fixed at $1,000.00each. () .1 II Chunn, ('... I'hyslrinn __ _. 2.tItuclclev >> ,
.. A Morgan lumber, __. ( 11Dmll
'needed. across Wolf Creek Cox Creek in delicious
Much uit-keep auto. _____ 611.111.J : a momeJ) .They are: equally i
and t Pennewa Creek whereupon:Commissioner The matter .of placing Commissioner A I.anunstor.hinl' on chain, ___ ,RO .
L. L. D. Overstreet made a B.,;,11. Guy's name on the general A N IIro "oll. rcmd. work '' 9 01 and ihe cost about the same \'
notion that Mr. Farmer have the election balot as the Democratic nom Pa. Pet, A Ref. Co., wask. pQw'r !07."1 .1 per.cup.is
IW I I Itnrlier envnmlsnlons, ____.1885.116Slate \
work done motion seconded'by B. II. inee was again called up. Chairman i Hank, Klnav, loan .___.80000(1 x.,
Guy, and carried. Mach then asked thnt the Clerk pro- Plate Rank KI...)'., interest? .h' ((10 CIO #
:Mr. :M. P. Tindall appeared before duce the order of the court in said State Hunk of Kmsy, loan .20l,0-i .
Of Kls- Interest.. 40.on1C Pe.ciqedXy-
the board and reported that the workon casu declaring that there was rio :State K Wyll linnk. survevfnit.> 8(0> ,
dipping! vat at A. J. Marsh was nominee which order was read in A lL Chancy, ndd 1 maint'ce., 6.00 I '
not yet complete and after so'me dis- open' board by Mr. ledger, their' attorney t'Upori motion of Commissioner A. for
cussjon' by the board regarding workon and discussed by members of F. seconded' by''CommissionerJ "There's.aR..eason"
vat upon motion of Commissioner the board. Commissioner J. K. Hilliard Basil; board adjourned to
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B. II. Guy seconded by after hearing the order read meet in adjourned:l session at ten a.
Commissioner A. F. Bass, and car that there was no nominee stated m.Saturday October 12th.
ried warrant for $100 was ordered that He was convinced that there was : The Board of County Commissioners :
drawn to Mr. M. P. Tindall instead no nominee and made a motion that' of Osceola county Fla., met at 10
the action of the board at the I October POSTUMnames 0
'of Mr. Ramsey. morning a. m.. Saturday 12, pursuantto I ,
Mesurs. Faithful Heal J. 11. Fine session declaring Mr. B. H. Guy I adjournment of regular meeting
and Wm. Bronson appeared before the nominee be rescinded, and left of said board held Monday October ,
the board and asked that the road open :for final decision at adjourned 7th 1918; members present. Ernest
running west of canning/ factory to session of the board. October 12th Mach chairman; E. L. D. Overstreet
Shingle Creek be opened GO as to afford which motion was seconded by Commissioner J. K. Billiard, A. F. Bass and B. H. ejA
r a better drainage for the farmers A. F. BassI and carried Guy commissioners; Milton Pledger, .
in that vicinity. Letters fromS. Mr. Oliver liana appeared before attorney for the board and J. L. .
T. Fansler and A.. R. Smith regarding the board and filed his petition in accordance Overstreet clerk. __ I
: road read and ordered filed; to law that his name mightbe The board was called to order by t-

no action taken. placed on the ticket for the gen- its chairman, Hon. Ernest Mach.E. -
Mr. E.; L. Green appeared before eral election as a candidate for coun-I I). Katz Supervisor of Registration
Ole board and presented a drawing ofa .ty Commissioner District I presented the registrationbooks names I Inn.
sign that he proposed to place at. :He stated that if the board placed to the board to be revised, books after I
the county lines on the north and i I Mr. B. H. Guy on the ticket as the I! whereupon the board proceeded to stricken list ( t +
south of Kissimmee at $19.00 each iv 'I Democratic nominee that he would strike therefrom the names of all requests !

upon motion of Commissioner A. F. i I withdraw his petition and support who were in any way disqualified There
Bass, seconded by Commissioner J. Mr. Guy as such but that if the board ''and the following names were stricken before the
y x:. Hilliard, Mr. Green was instructedto held that there w:.s no nominee. and from the various precincts for the ment was
place the signs at the price agreed. I each was required to file ePpetitiori to reasons set forth opposite their and the .

upon.Mr.. get,on the ticket he would run. names, to-wit:
7 W. R. Fuller appeared before Petition of O. R Bass and petitionof
the board and advised them that the B. 11. Guy signed by the requisite The Clerk presented certificate of
application! for construction of 31 I'number of voters to qualify them to tho Secretary of the State certifyingthe \t
mile* t>f brick road had been received I be placed on the general election ballot I;< names of the nominees of the That is why :

by the department and .approved, and as candidates for election as State offices to be placed on the general Thomas'
that the Southern Clay Mfg. Co., had j County Commissioners of District l election ballot certificate from directions."
refused to have the brick tested at'' No. 6, were filed in open board. the County Canvassing Board certifying -
+ point' of delivery but that they could I The Clerk presented and read a I the nominees for county officers \ SLOPPY,
I be tested at the point of .shlr.ment. !lS telegram received from Mr. S. A. Os- were also presented and each feed and .
whereupon. Commissioner\ teen from Brevard county, asking the water to
made motion that the Pittsburgh'Commissioners of Osceola county to filed.Petition .
of R. G. Reynolds as a each hog
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Laboratory be -employed to make the pay one half of the expense of a dipping candidate for county surveyer was
., test'at.the legal rate per thousand vat built for the benefit; of cattle I filed with the board, and his name ordered full .. 1
conditioned upon agreement in letterto owners of Osceola county Commissioner placed on the ballot. money back
W. R. Fuller dated September 24, A. F. Bass made a motion that | The following names were selectedto Waters &
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1918. motion seconded by Commissioner request be Ifranted, motion seconded' serve as inspectors and clerks at '
A.-F. Bass and carried. by Commissioner J. K. Hilliard and 'the general: election to be held on the PROMPT ?
+ The board instructed the Clerk to'earned, and Clerk instructed to wire''5th.day of November A. D. 1918, to- (
draw' voucher on S. R.: and B. Diet Mr. Osteen action of board. wit: I PRODUCTS

No.2. as :follows W. .R. Fuller I Report of M. M.; Juvens. farm demonstration J Precinct No.1. Kissimmee-II. E, ; i a
> $1,000'; Akerman Ellis $500;' Osce ; agent. and' Ordia Bass as I Swabey G. H. Prather J. E: Lupfer Senator
ola Hardware Co., $200; A. C. L. Ry., ,County Tick Eradication agent were inspectors, and A. E., Thomas, clerk. following
I freight on material $4,540.02, and filed with the board.
IVd Precinct; No. 2, Shingle Creek-A. the .United
voucher for balance of September es- I Widow's pension claim of Mrs. W. Bronson It P. Tison W. O. Bron "
ti \ tlmate. f3.476.62 to Peninsular En- I R. Kelley was presented to the board,IN. inspectors;" and C. A, Garrett tration:
'. eineerfng & Construction Co.; State 'I which was examined and approved. .J .-i; ":,. I ;. ,5Phecinct'Nout < AMERICAN

; Bank Of Kissimmee for bonds retired Commissioner H. H. -Guy made a I '3,';Campbell=IUVj.Lanier ; V, :. .'
{ ;::1', 9.00; semi-annual interest on bonds motion that Mr W. R. Reynolds be J.. O. Lanier.'II.' ,' L.''' Over'street , '
e f, $8, 50. and fee to banks $29.63 making i appointed as county engineer motion -' inspectors. ,and J. Alex; Bron-
a total of $17,279.63; Special R. seconded by' Commissioner ..A. 'son' ; clerk. .
1. & B.. Diet No. I, Alabama Paving'-Co. F Bass, and carried. 1 Precinct No. 4, St. Cloud-C. F. Mr. }'. S.
September estimate, $58.10; Trustees The Clerk advised the board that Johnson, G. C. Outlaw. W. G. King press and
for commissions $231.66. Mr. P., G. Cromartie had asked that inspectors and F. B.. Kenney clerk.
... Mr. Milton Pledger attorney for dipping vat at W. L. Moselcy's place Precinct No. B, Deer Park-W. H.
the board, called their attention to be assigned to the (county the par. Kempfer N. S. Blount Young Tjndall Dear Sir: :;

the necessity of preparing ballot for ties contributing to the constructionof (, inspectors and W. M. Simmons with letter
the general election, and asked themto vat having agreed to assign their clerk. covering

determine whether Commissioner interest to the county. CommissionerE. Precinct No. 6, Kenansville. S. L. Coogler
B. 'II. Guy would be allowed to go on L. D. Overstreet made a motion :Tindall; Lee Baas S. H. Fertlc. inspectors
the election ballot as the Democratic that matter be laid dyer, motion sec and R. V. Phillips clerk. ring to a (
nominee, whereupon after some discussion onded by Commissioner B. II. Guy Precinct No. 7, Kissimmee L. would be

and after being advised ,by and carried. Pherigo C. H. Funk A. D. Story, inspectors shipments
their attorney, Commissionre J, K., Several letters to the board were and H.:M. Katz clerk. during the
,. Hilliard made a motion that Mr. B. read in open board and ordered filed. Precinct No. 8, Narcoossee B. There is : _.
II. Guy be placed on the ballot as the The Tax Collector filed with the Tindall, C. B. Buckley S. J. Entnken, /
Democratic nominee for County Commissioner board statement of division' of the inspectors and F. W Hill clerk. port but on ;

I, from District No. 6, motion various funds for 1918. Precinct; No.9, Lokosee-J. B. is being :
seconded by Commissioner A. F. The board passed resolution recommending Owens F. W. Owens C. U. Padgett vice during
:Bass and carried and it was so or the cancellation of cer- inspectors and F. M. Edris clerk. food "V4)r ;
dered. tain tax certificates belonging to the Precinct No. 10, Mulberry Sink- cti1
The board took recess' until 1:30 p. St. Cloud Development Co. C. ,T. Sullivan Richard Causing, E. but every :
TO. The Clerk advised the board that B. Haven inspectors and B, G. Hancock American
The board met at 1:30: p. m., a full Mr. Triplett had asked' him to pre clerk. We are, I .

t board being present.Mr. sent his application for subscriptionsto The matter of placing B. H. Guyon to a degree :'
W. I Barber Tax Assessor the Herald for them again board the ticket as the Democratic nominee .
presented'his tax books to the boardfor refused to allow request for subscriptions was called for final settlement, ger equipped ,

final examination which after as per application matter pass it having been tarried over from the large : ,h
having been carefully compared were ed.The regular session of the board Monday troop a
x,. accepted and the Clerk waa instructed reports of County Depository October 7th to the adjourned session ble use will
1 to draw a warrant to Mr. Barber showed the following balances in var.lous for settlement. '' Commissioner Ernest

for $1,835.56. bal. 4-5 of his commission funds October ,1st, 1918: Mach then. presented a written our .
on the assessment for'1918.Mr. General Revenue Fund __?! 17C2B opinion which the board obtained Senator :
1- C.. S. Acree same before the Fine and Forfeiture Fund ___ 861.11 from Roberson and Bridges, a law nothing left
Road and Iirldgre Fund ______ 1833.89
board and that he find decided :
stated pvclal Publicity Fund. ._____ 44 32 firm of Orlando which opinion stated promptly : r
; to make a change in location for dip Hard Surface Road Fund __._ 8S88. 7 clearly that there was no Democratic vegetables :
ping vat in the Point, and offered the The report of the Tax ColI..ctor"how..d nominee for the office of commissioner '
county a lease on a plot of land at nothing collected fur poll orllcenan tory. ?
a
,? for September.Paid :for the 5th district, said opinion
,his place terms of lease to be made We cannot
warrant were ordered cancelled being based upon the 1 final decree of
satisfactory: to the Board of County from the various fund as follows.: weather
the circuit court dated July 30; 1918. or
General Revenue _._ _____ ___282.10 '
Commissioner Upon motion of Commissioner h
Fine and Forfeiture, 0_____.__ 94.61 Thereupon Commissioner J. K. may arise
B. II. Guy seconded by Road and Bridge n__i____n__ 714.6Anrlcultural Hilliard made amotion that the names
Commissioner A. F. :Bass and carried 62 to do other,
of O. R. Bass and B. H. Guy be placedon
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Road
the propoeal was IICt'8pted'vat Fund No. 1. 17S7B the general election ballot by petition of our ,

I to pe constructed 'as soon as money approved The following and ordered bills were paid':examined each having filed a petition in and other '

a is available. Ernest Mach; comml..lon..r.I. 20.no accordance to law. motion seconded service. .
Commissioner A. F. Bass presented E.' 1) L. Ov.r t.et. commls'r___ 25.on by Commissioner A. F, Bass and carried ; .
n bill for $203.25 for the construction J. K Hilliard. commissioner, ._ 28,oo request was granted.Commllsioner .
of a dipping vat at Phillips & A. F. Bass, commissioner. ...... 1200
; B. H. Guy called the
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B. H Uuy commissioner ...... 22 00w.
r .Bass' cattle ranch and asked that R. Crawford ... atty. ___. 88.88 board's attention to the condition of
same be paid Commissioner B. H. T. M. Murphy, judge" __________ 60.00M Mr -J. F. Williams and asked that _
Guy made a motion that bill be paid M Javens. county act........ 200.00
I; J L Overstreet clerk ..,_...._., 218.00 they allow him maintenance to the Mrs. Wm.
)nOtion was seconded by Commissioner J nil Bass janitor SO.00 amount of $10.00 per month upon
'r J. K. Hilliard. and carried. Sam'l Mon adocamaintenance.. 6.00 motion of Commissioner A. F. Bas writes: "I
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,r :j Mr. Peter Y. Murray vice-presi R 0 Llvlnftston. .._.._ 11,011 my gratitude
Mrs M. nronson. ___.,._ .00 seconded by Comissioner J. K. Hil
W rt :dent of the' Peninsular & Engineer ; Frank Kvano _.__.. 11.00 Bard, and carried request was granted. lain's Colic +
i ing' & Construction Co., presented, a I Mrs, J. B. Wright, ..._.__ 11.00 did me when :
worn statement of the account of I Mrs Janle Johns. _._... 1.00 The board instructed the supervisor ( ) ;f
Mrs ,
8 A Wilson, _.__ 1.00 diarrhoea'
:; ,the company. October 1st, 1918 which Della! Collington ", --._._. f.OO of registration to ,restore all :
H TI11I- I _...._ 11.00 only
,.. .........uc.UpatlOll orI Jane Clements i: _.__ 1.00 Worms -
No In m Healthy Child
Mr. Jenry Padgett. __.._ 11.00 ;
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Mrs A .
Simmons, _.
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1.00 All children tnrabUd wita worn hare an..;
l ..J.t'tI7 one SO-aeot'bottle of LAX-FOS B U McClelland, ." _.._._ 1.00 laealtJlr: eater which ladkatM poor blood ud ass 0
WITH Pl@t. A Liquid Digestive Mrs L Maha.Ua. N" _._..- 41,06 ale then Is more or lest stomach distarbaaca.GRGVfcS 0 To... r '
A M L Chauncey. ___.,_ 11.00
.Laxative pleasant to take. Made andrecommended Julia .: . ;'Of ,____ 11.00 ; TASTELESS. chill TONIC Iv-a.**.Urtfartw ... 0 .
Smith. three weeks will enrich the Mood,,bapseve
Mrs M .. 0 most 4
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B Voicler. '" .._ ..:. 1.00 the .sod act as a G5.er.16walth* .' '
manufacturers of Laxative Bromo.eaainin Amelia >Evans,. _.-.. 1.00 sa-MTonie to the whole system. Mature wttlthM 0 .noon .
'''. Tasteless chill Tonic J: B Owens,, w. --t' 10.00 throw eII'or dispel the wonts,sod the Child will he ,I
and Grove's : -
.r Claua 8ylvaur., f .- ___., 5.00. )JiB perfect health riessaat to...... Me.sf bottle ....-..O.. :; r

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Crawford r* Lee JarreC. : ADVERTIsEMENTS' J 'IK CIRCUIT COURT, STATE Or ennsecutlve weeks la the -KleslmraeeValley t.. . .,. . . .... ... .. . ... . . . . . .O.. ..
LEGAL 1- FLORIDA Gasette, a newspaper published
CRAWFORD FJARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW .... sad
evrata J.dleial Clrralt, OaeMla in County and State.
This the nth day of September 111

., ........ J.dlelal Clrmlt '.1' plertdroClse.lt James. 17. Davis I. .Cfcas:: *.-, .... (Circuit 'Court J. U S.OVKRSTRKBT...) D. G. WAGNERReal
E. Complainant, ,
east. 4. 5. 6, and 7 CltlseagBanIC i V.mrt ot Ow.*la O*>sitr. Annie Sloan BoswelX Sarah F. Boa- STEED lark Circuit Court.

.. Buildinjr I. Ckaaeerjr. .'ft.eU and William .Saawell. Defendanta.It' KR1BB9 '

.. Florida R. K..I;-... Oe.as>..I_... to the appearing bill Died:In by the afBdlvlt above elated appended cause Sollgtera for Complainant. 41-4t. Estate and Insurance Agency

v. hat Annie Hloaa Boswell, Sarah V.Joswell MA.TKR8ALB, .
P. Klrfclaa. 'pefeaJaat. and William Boswell. the d.'endanta .- ; "; .
Oft. W. W. CARSON therein named are nonresidents Notice Is hereby i..n. that tinder .
On November It ISIS the and by virtue of Final Decree In the
Mondar, State of Florida, and that Citizens Bank No.
t i DENTIST defendant K. Kirkland Is required to their pace of residence la .unknown case of Marine May Herrlngton. Trustee ? Building. Telephone 30.
appear to the Bill of Complaint CUed and that they are over the awe of for Frank H. Herrlngton. vo: Kiisimmee Fla.
a Office over Pilley Building herein by the Complainant. twenty-one yean: It Is therefore. James F. O'Berry and Elisabeth-'W. f
'Office Hour: I-It. 1-Ii This order to b. published one. a dared that said non-resident defendants O'Berry hi* wife, and John A.. Talty. REPRESENTING'
r i 'Phone lit i4.stdeno.'PhM. II week for four'consecutive weeka In be and they hereby required to defendants, pending In the Circuit ,
i A4nUnlsterad for Kxtraotloa at, the Klaalmmee Valley Oasstte, a week- appear to the bill of filed Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit E. A Strout Farm Agency: maintaining big general offices in New
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Teeth Iy newspaper published In, Ktsslmmee, in said cause on or before Monday, the of the State of Florida, In and for Osceola xr
rr Osceola County Florida.Glv.n Ind day of December A. D. 1118. oth- County. In Chancery the undersigned York Philadelphia. Boiton. Chicago and other cities for the convenience
under my hand and seal this erwlae the allegation of said bill will as Special Master in Chancerywill

LEWIS O'BRTANATTORNEYATLAW Sth(SEAL day of October J. L.l l tERSTRICET. be anta.taken a* confessed by said defend hand sell to1 at the public highest outcry' bidder for each at the In of home seekers. If you wish to sell write me at 'once

Clerk Circuit Court Osecola Co., Fla: It la further ordered that this order front County Court House In Klsnlmmee you' pay no fees of any kind unless we tell your property. No char
41-41. By S. H. BULLOCK. D. C. be published once a week for eight of Osceola, State of
MILTON PLREKlreR: ,' consecutive weeks In the Valley Oasttte. Florida during the legal hours of ges for listing, withdrawing or advertising
y; Waring Bnllding.4r . Solicitor for Complainant a newspaper published In said sale on Monday the 4th day of No.vember .
County and State. A. D. 111 the following'de' We also represent the New York Life Insurance Companyand .
This (rd of October, lilt. scribed property situate In the County
day
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NOTICB. J. t. OVER8TRBHT. of Osceola, State of Florida to wit: the Ocean Accident and Health Insurance..
I Jefanstoa
O. P. Oarret-
The South half of the Northwestquar.ter
SEAL) Clerk Circuit CourtBy
? :JOHNSTON A CARRETTArrORNEY.ATLAW Notice, the ..SSth hereby day given of October that on A.Monday D. 8. H. BULLOCK. D. C 41-8t. ty-six of Section(t<> South.Six (6)).Range Township Twenty Twen ...o..o..o..ooo.o..o..O.O..o..o. ..... .oo. o.o 4t

s Itll at the hour of 10:00.: o'clock a. m., nine (I9) East together with the tenements ,
at the Court House at Tltusvllle, Bre- RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED HV TILE hereditament and appurten-
lees toe 11 and'12 Cltlsens Baas yard lnCo Florida, the annual OSCKOI.A COI'NTY' (,'O* ,"IS- ance.. e
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of the owner of the landssituated aIONERS..EIT. :2. 181M. Dated September lath, 1818.
Building ;. In the Upper St. John .Draina n. P. O A RR PITT.]
KI..lmm.o.1"I&.. District will beheld for the purpose Whereas It aP-f..ar. to be for fb..1 Special Master, In Chancery I
... of electing ,one member of the bent Interests 0 "' & County KRIBBS & STEED .
d Hoard of Supervisors, who shall be a of the cltliena thereof that an election Solicitor for Complainant. 4t-4t
. and owner of said District, to serve hall be called and held under authorityof Osceola Hardware Co. }
Tor the term of three years and to succeed and In compliance c t."Ptteohre 1trovlsions MA8TKU-9 SALE.
AmeaA.. Barlow now a member of Section 4 of 7848 ofthe
of said Board whose term of office expires LAW of the State of Florida, entitled Notice la hereby given that under ,
tIIRSQl on aald day and to transact auch "An Act to Create the LiveStock and by virtue of a Final Decree In
F PIIR11IER. other business as may properly come Sanitary Board and to PrescribeIta Chanrery-ln the case of S. J. Entrlklnva. .
before said meeting.At Membership Powers, and Duties, Minor V. Cheo..m..n'and' Jessie M. Located on Kisslmmee's
of land In the.District shall represent of its Member, to Vet In Said Board International SVeel ft 'Iron Company, BUSIEST
nne share and each owner shall he entitled the Authority to Provide for the corporatlon.-defendants, -pending In CORNER
; SELLS to one vote In or by Prevention, Suppression: and Control 'he Circuit Court of the Seventh Judl-
proxy In writing duly .person for every of Dangerous . .IC Contagious 'lal Circuit of the State of Florida, In
acre of land owned by Bald owner In Infection, and Other Diseases id for Osceola County In Chancery .
..aid- District. : ' of Cattle, Hog- and Other DomesticAnlmsls the undersigned a. Special Master In
Fire;' Life 'Accident and The person"receiving the highest and to Establish Maintain Chancery will sell at public outcry i' Porch Furniture
: number of votes at said election shall and Enforce Quarantine Among such for cash In hand to the highest bidder
be declared elected as said Rupervlsor. Animal and to Adopt and Enforce at the front door of the CourtHouse
Health Plate Glass Liability Dated this 6th day of October 118. Rule and Regulations RegardingAnyfthd In Klsalmmee County of Daceola. 1 rC
,., By order of the Board. of Supervlar" Said Matters, and to Give Said State of Florida-during the legal 'It .is great1' .;I.on' the porch' these glorious autumn days and
Board Authority In Respect ther.to.and ,
hours of sale on Monday the 4th day
and Boiler Insurance. (HAL) ERNEST H./EVERY to Authorize County Commissioners of November A. D. 1811. the following listen to the song of the mocking bird.''and the whir-f-r of those big
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to Appropriate and Expend Fundsfor
< the Work of Tick Eradication: and 'In said County of Osceola, gasolinebirds that visit us from, the roo.t.down in Arcadia. Porch
h Legal Bonds Executed HOST Cholera, and to Provide for the State of Florida vi.: All of lot Two '
ORDINANCE.AN !. Appointment of a State Veterinarian (2) of the Northeast Quarter. of Section furniture is necessary for the proper enjoyment'of all these things:r '
nd Other Agents and Employee of I Two (I), Township. Thirty-one
Same Day Needed. ORDINANCE! To amend Section Said Board'and Fix the Powers Thereof ID'S., Range'' Thlrtr-four'R., containing so we invite everybody to inspect our stock of Seue ..' Rockers and
.. of and to Prescribe Punishment for Hundred '
1ST of the R..vl..dordlnanc. : I .One and Sixty. (160) .
the .City of Klssltnmee. Florida, of Violation I of This Act and of- the acres more or less. Swings
December. ..t. IMC. relative to the Rules and Regulations of Said Board Dated $ D. lilt. 4
regulation of the speed of Vehicles In and to Make the Necessary,.Appropria epleMIL710Nll'LEDA: OER, -'
* OFFICE: J Slab Baak'Balldll' the Streets and Alleys of said City tion for Carrying Out the Provision Special Master In Chancery..
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL of This Act.". (majority June 9. lefi) KRIBBS & STEED, Quality should always be considered in buying Window Shades.
OF THE CITY OF KI8H1MMKE: To enable a of the qualified Solicitor. for Complainant. 4t-4t.
Section 1. That Section !11 of the electors votlair" In said election to declare -
We sell the Breneman Shades made Cincinnati and they are'top .'
Revised Ordinance. of the City of KI.- themselves In favor of or against ADMINISTRATION ,
.... Florida of December lit, compulsory cattle dipping In .all precincts . (Cltatlea.) notcher too.
,J.W.THOMPSONEimeral: 111*. be Amended to read aa follow: of said county and more. thantwentyfive --'
111. No ahall- per cent of th.e registered
See. person operate 1st tae Ceart .t Caa.er Judas State tt
who
voters of Osoeola County were
or drive a vehicle In any street at a
qualified to vote at the last general at Florida.Bata .
rate of than Is
speed greater reasonable +
4 1 DirectorAND and safe, having. regard to traffic, election have signed" and presented to <* ef Sylvester II. need OseeolaCesjsity. Liquid Wax Dressing used on Furniture or Floors restores the
of this Board a petition I ; .
location and the safely the public. erl-.ntbefo! :
But' In tpr-naae ahall the ratev spee>1exceed and holding of an the BY THE JUDOB OF SAID COtJRTWh..r. newness removes scratches and mars of all kinds. It is economy to'
said therefore, be It
purpose; now
miles
; In crossing Twenty-five any, street or turning isr ;hour.any: Resolved oy the Osceola Board of CountvComml..lon..r. : ..., A. E. Drought has appliedto use it. We have two popular brands the VICTOR and the TEXACO..,
of County-
i .treet corner the rate of speed shall 1. That an*election Is hereby calledand this Qourt for Letters". of Administration K
LICENSEDLMBALMERG Ten -
miles hour. "
exceed
not per shall be held for said purpose, according oil the estate of Sylvester H
Sec. t.All ordinances or parts of the laws general Reed deceased late of said County of
ordinances are In conflict hereby repealed.Read herewith., be andthesame elections to on the. tth governing day of November,, Osceola. With eggs at five cents a piece we had all better keep the chicken

Store and Chapel" Stewart ATS. a first Consent and second and time by unanimous lv t.D. That 1918. such an election. shall beheld These ..are all and Therefore.singular To the site kindreftndcreditors ant'dmonlsh coop locked. For this and all other purposesof safety' we have an
un.nlmou.lyl
passed open'session this let day of In each election district In OsceMa of aald deceased to b. excellent lot of Padlocks. Reasonably priced'too.GASHUM "
4 KI..lmlllo" n. 1818. County at the polling places used tnd appear before this Court on or before .
October, A. D.
i at the last general election during the the 14th day of. November A. D .

1. U.. ofl"BRRT F. H. LAWSON elections hours prescribed and all for matters the holding pertainingto of '918., and file objections If any the'
have to the of Letters '
City Clerk. . granting o'Administration
said election shall be In strict compliance "
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AND SUSETTE.
SEAL) on said' estate, other.wile .
with the law governingthe
M. TILLER' Approved this Jrd day of October, holding of such elections. '. the same. will be granted to sal)* ,
A.. D. ItlS. I. The ballots shall be printed and A. R. Drought or to some other fl' Gashum came home and found that a very pretty nurse had. been
I JOHN 8. CADEL. used In said .election districts at such oersonor -persons.WltneaS '
Real Estate Agency.aNNNNNNNNNse. IJ-5t- Mayor.NOTICH elections on which shall be printed mv name as Count Judge installed to take care of little Raym nd.,
if the County aforesaid this the I8tl-
first, on a line the words "For Compulsory nf "She is sensible'and scientific exclaimed Simette. "and
OF APPMCATION FOR TAX Dipping of Cattle," and on another darI'l' EPt.mb..r.) AT.DMrRP'fJY. so too.
{ Realty bought and sold. DEED line, next below said ....orde.th.r. "
'* -' shall be printed the words 41-41. Count,- Judge says she will allow no' one' to kiss the baby while she is near.

Houses rented. Notice ls hereby given That M. N. "Against the Compulsory Dipping ofCattle" NOTICE OP ADMINISTRATORFORFINAL "No one would want to,'" replied Gashum. "while, she is near."
I Taxes paid and Titles verified Dunn Jr., purchaser of CertificateNo. ; and those electors voting In ,
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l..a.x said election who desire to vote In DISCHARGE,
842. dated the Tth August, "The nurse was" fired.Osceola "
In Court of State of
County
for nonresidents.Fire. A. D. IMS. has filed said certificate In favor of compulsory dipping of cattleIn Judge .
said territory of Oaceola Countyshall Florida,-Oaneola County.-In re'B.
office and has made applicationfor .
Life and Accident In- my tate of D. C. Lee. .
tax, deed to issue .In accordancewith make sv cross In front of thewords
certificate the Compulsory Dippingof Notice Is hereby given to all whom II
law. Said embraces
.zWIac.. Cattle" and those electors voting may concern that on the 4th day o'
the following described situated
property -
Bond Osceola County, Floridatowlt: In said election who desire to vote February.; A. D. 111, I shall apply to
pdemnit, the Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judge < Hardware Co.
Lot 4 In Block 15 West Klsstmmee. against the compulsory dipping'" of o r
being rattle In sand territory of Osceola said Court, aa Judge of Probate., for my .
,t ...............00. ........ The late said of the land Issuance of aasessed said certificateIn at the County shall make a cross mark In final discharge a. Administratrix. of th

the name of &(. M. Dunn. Unless front of the words "Against" the Compulsory estate of D. C. Lee deceased, and that
aid certificate shall be redeemed according Dipping, of Cattle." at the same time I will present to said
to law tax deed will Issue 4. Said votes ahall be counted returned Court my final accounts as Admlnlitra
thereon on the 4th day of November and canvassed provided bylaw trlx of said estate and ask. for their approvaL .

OU>k MEATS" u ;,:,. \. D, 1111. '.J' make, and and this. board statement shall .thereafter of the Dated (6th A., n. 1118.FLORA .
_, 0yrcnsTRE"KT.: certify a July Everybody Who Is Anybody Advertises Tfceir "Wants" ia the GazetteState
ARC WCtUKCPTBY ./,.> Clerk Circuit Court. result of said election which shall be B. LEE, Admlnl.tr..trlx.II.t..mImo .
- .,:, ."' V > kept on file among the public records -
:: .Bjr S. 11. BOLLOCK, n. C.Choult .
thereof
of Osceola Countyand a copy
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BUTCHERS ADEPT.! ( Court Seal) 43It.TN hall he certified to the State LiveStock Can New' 'Eat and.Sleep Comfort.. .
' Sanitary Board. I
'" THE CIRCUIT COtfRT FOR THE t. A copy of.thl. resolution shall be If troubled with indigestion or i M
1KVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF published once each week for four consecutive '
4. "4. I THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND weeks prior to said election In aleeplea l neas you should read what;
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. IN! CHAN- the St. Cloud Tribune and the Klsslmme Miss Agnesa Turner Chicago 111. Bank
CKHT. '8. a 8NTDBR.' Complainant Valley Gasette. and a copy thereof ,.
eA vs. O. (J. MAIN. OEOROB3 MAIN. SOUTHERN ; shall be posted at the peace '; place has to say: "Overwork, irregular '
COOPERATIVE HOME PUR. last used as a polling In each
CHASING COMPANY a private. corporation election. district of the bounty not lees meal and carelessness regarding the

of Jefferson County.. Ala.; than thirty days before the date fixed ordinary rule of health, gradually -
MRS HANK K. MORGAN. widow; herein for holding Lssuch 'of Kissimmee
A BUTCHER WHO MRB. H. K. MOROAN. widow: WILLIAM election undermined it until last fall I became
%V.. WATSON NAT POTNTS5. (Co. Com. Seal.) Chairman.
1 I
," Attest J. L. Overstreet Clerk. a wreck of my former self
Interest In :
KNOWS HIS BUSINESS and all persons claiming;
the land. In. the bill of complaint In -- U-tit suffered from continual headache,
Is in charge of' this market. He this case described under any of the Y The of the world .1
unable food which
was todigest my ,
above named respondents, If any of NOTICE. ;! OF APPLICATION FOR TAX eyes
purchases only the finest meats the same be deceased or otherwise IUCKU. seemed to lay as 'a dead weight on
claiming? Interest therein, Respondents. -
and handles them in a manner ORDER OF PUBLICATION. Notice Is hereby given, 'that C. A: my stomach. I was very constipated
Insures their freshness when TO: ft. C. MAIN OEOTU1K\ MAIN Straub purchaser of' Tax Certificate
r that SOUTHERN COOPERATIVE HOMI4PURCHASING No. 94. dated the 7th day of AugustA and my complexion became dark, yellow the man who

. you welcome them to your home. corporation of Jefferson Bounty. Ala() ny office, and ha. made applicationfor i
put unfailing courtesy and honest MRS. HANNA K. MORGAN widow: tax deed to Issue In accordancewith was added 'to my misery, and 1 I

MRH. H. K. MORGAN widow: WILLIAM law. Said certificate embraces woudd awake tired when I went!
lethods appeal to folks 'who believe ns as
I > W. WATSON and NAT POYNTZ. the following described situated
x r in getting their money's You are hereby commanded to appearIn In Osceola County Florida, to- to sleep' I heard of Chamberlain's
the above entitled Court In the wit
) :
li worth of'quality' 1"0001. above entitled cause on or before the The North half of Lot 80. Park Gardens Tablets and found such relief after

;i 2nd d..y'of December A. D. 1>18. In- Section I In Township Iff, taking them that I kept up the treatment -
WITNESS the honorable J4m.V.. Range t' East. laid land being" assessed
Perkins, Judge of the above Court at date of Issuance of said certificate for nearly two months. They
and name as Clerk thereof and the In the name of N. A. Clay. Unless SAVESs
seal rl. Court at Klsslmmee. Florida said certificate shall be redeemed cleansed my stomach, invigorated my

City Market A.. ,D.on 1918.this the tnd day of October, \i thereon onathe inn day of November l - system, and since that time lean eat

J. L. ovmRSTR R'r. A. L. 1111 and sleep in comfort I .am' today en-
N A. Clerk of the) Above Court J. I* OVERSTREET. .well."
(Circuit Court Seal.) 42-I1t (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court tirely
By 8. H. BULLOCK; D. C. 41-St.

Your Grocer SEVENTH IN CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT FOR THE OF NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR! ..tOOOOOOOO. PAUSE for a moment, young man,
Ask .
THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND 4 for Final l>l.. IU'....) THE CATTLE TICK. CO "

FOR 'OSCEOLA, a 8.SNYDKR.COUNTY.. Complainant IN CHANCERY -, !. Court .f C.-..tr ......, State of 4 a thought to self. The

t For v... O. do. MAIN GEORGE MAIN. SOUTHERN Klerida. ;0 An enemy- billions of him- C
COOPERATIVE HOME PURCHASING is sucking the blood of the Na- 0 problems that confront you now or
COMPANY a private I. re R* of James W. Presets, ,
corporation 4

L f'' CHEEKNEALSCOFFEES MRS. HANNA of Jefferson K. MORGAN. County widow Ala;; Notice la Osreola hereby .given(,'..sty., to all whomIt *4.> tion.Hidden in the grass ,of the C :will a few years hence. .> A

MRS.. H, K. MORGAN. widow) WILLIAM may concern that on the 10th day southern pastures and ranges. C ..
of April. A. D. 11 It. I shall to
W. WATSON NAT POYNTZ,
and. all persons claiming Interest In the. Honorable T. M. Murphy Judge of O Waiting to poison and kill 0 Look about yon-the men of affairs in country: state, '..adoayea -
aid Court aa Judge of Probate for southern cattle. O
the land. In the Bill of, Complaint Ii la
final discharge as Administratrix of ia tie world are the men who started to early in life.
M this case described under any of the Ready to sap the'blood.of cat- 0 save
above named respondents, If the estate Of James W. Prentla deceased : .
of
any : and that at the same time 1 I tie it can not leave as carrion in. 0 ..
the same be deceased,
or otherwiseclaiming
Interest therein. Respondents. will present to said' court my final accounts the fields. 0O They bare the respect and confidence of tbe community. .

ORDER' OF PUBLICATION. .as Administratrix. of said I estate The cattle tick. 0 .

Best: By Every Test To landsbelow"an",persons described claiming Interest under In O. the C. Dated, and September ask for their ft, A.approval.n. 191A Waster( of precious meat- 0 Thea look on the other- side-at the fellows who spend all they . {

Main, George Main, Southern Coopera o-a-m-f-6-mo. MARY J. Adlmnlstratlx.PRENTIS 41 spreader:! of Tick Fever. 0 take-they may bate a good time for a while; but what does tbeirpersonality
live Home Purchasing; Company aprivate < DIP THAT TICK! C reflect

\ corporation of Jefferson County IX'<<:RICtJIT COURT STAT; OF U. S. Department 'of Agriculture 0
$ t RED CROSS tAla.1 Mra. Hanna 1(. Morgan, widow -
) Mr. H.. K. Morgan widow Wil FLORIDA. ttOo OOOOO O O
oij.t: STONE MOOT:AND BUCHU COMPOUND' liam W. Watson of t'fat.Poynt. If A dollar or so de this bank will be the

:f'Of; unexcelled value for the treatment. any of the same be deceased, or otherwise Sereath ....Idal, la ('....1.. OaeelaCenaty nucleus of a. honorable, independent career. r
Caaaerrr
,1t t\ of kidney. diseases. Pains in the back claiming Interest therein. You The small hours of the night haveno
Make Year bank =;
are' hereby commanded year beginning new-today
In
toappear ;;; ; ,
p and burning sensations M. C. Bryasi, Ceniplalaaat. vs. Harry
surer
y symptoms the above entitled Court In the above terror for he who makes good his
a ft.".. a_ Daley Bryaa, aUl wife, beck will the ..
\ of kidney troubU*. whfch axre ; entitled par way.
qUIckly cause on the 41th day of January -
De......... Remember
? war savings
A. D. 1I1B. The land \forc your
r overcome by use of thlsreoaeo*.. This' In questionare "

.,; and nor than one hundred other Red quarter: The of South the half,of the Southeast It appearing by affidavit appended pledge. -. Capital stock _____________ "_ ___ $100.00801

H\ Cross ReoMdle* Mid and: cuaraateed- the South half Southwest of Lot 'I of quarter Section and B, cause to that the bill Daisy filed Bryan In the one above-stated of the defendants Resources ....._____...____________________ 600,000.00 ii

iG ., Lot 1 and the) Northeast quarter of the
therein named Is a nonresident In the' comforts of home, thinkof
ENTRAL Northwest quarter of Section Ii.; all In of the. State of Florid and your
DRUG Officers and Directors
: STORE Township 2S South, 'Rang SS lGaot'of "
the' Tallahassee Meridian located In ta. a resident of Marahallvllle, Georgia, the boys 'Qyer'th.r. ,,Have you .

Toe Cutotoe ,That Dees Not Affect the the Osceola Honorable, County, Florida. W)' WITNESS and that years she; It la la over therefore theasr.ordered of twentyone that. kept,your pledge to help support him C. A. CARSON, President M. KATZ and E. U 'LESLEY, V-P., fl:
.J..III. Ferklns, "
JIee....01 It. tonlo an4 luau..Serf.LAJCaoTIVB Judge of the-above C lrtand my aid hereby non-resident required to defendant-appear to be the and bill Is by Investing war savings stamps T ROMA THOMAS. Cashier
BROMOQUIMINBUbetterthaa
name aa Clerk thereof and the of
8"1" of filed
In said
sad does at caoee aid. Court complaint cause on-or
'Onlalae at
P.t 'vtaclBST It la tb..l..aar.bead.ae.._o4_S.tM W.;OMOTB..Uaw.edl Joe this the_ lad .day Klsslramee.o(., .October Florida:, -A...\, on D.1813.x' ber.before.Monday A. D. ItI...the otherwise'tha 4th day 'of Novem allegation ,.UfOvVa.T*.t loM chill TonicsstoreTvItallty : N. C. BRYAN, N..B. CARSON JI. KATZ d5

:b- !look .* ; *rt. of said bill will be taken.. ,aa con ( and eovrfr by paitfyW and'earkhbittae C.,A. CARSON. "IL' FLEMING E. L. LESLEY. .
OVERSTREETJrw ''
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: fesled.by said defendant : J. WADE TUCKER Directors.: .;
ff ; ' jf* Cleric otth ,Above Cou t bk od> Yoa caa sees del ks Stnastsreoloc ; -
Subscribe.for the Vajley Gasettet; ... It Is further ordered that this order ".' r -_ "
i ( Court SeaL .n-el:" be published. U0uoaweJs. for t urf' Iaviwatia< Wtoetr Trios $0,., n.

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1.....' .. s .. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY_. GAZETTE. FRIDAY, OCTOBER, 1918
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cans may mean life, protection and IN MEMORIUM. '
J a safe return of our soldiers over OBITUARYDR. .":
REKROSS C L' YII ATT.

seas.Last week the boy scouts expressed c. L. HYATT. It having pleased .Almighty God in ,
---- their Intention of collecting this Dr. C. L. Hyatt, one of Kissim- Ills providence to call to his Anal. reward -, '.' '
Officer material and any person' who has mee's most beloved citizens who succumbed our. beloved brother, Dr. C. L. ,"'
Chairman-Mayor J. S. Cadel. caved even a small 'amodnt of. the after a,few day illness was Hyatt, therefore be it resolved .
Vce Chalrman-Mrs. B. B. Simp hells may telephone any of the !toy laid to rest in a bed of roses in Rose That we bow in submission to Him .
son., scouts, who will call for it. Hill ''cemetery Saturday afternoon In who with inscrutable wisdom ordersall
Secretary-Mrs. E. E. Wells.: Food Administrator Pledger, whois the presence of perhaps the) largest affairs after His divine will.
'Trea.urel'-M. Katz. also Scout Master for the boys, gathering of friends ever assembled That we hold, dear the memory of
Other member. ,of the Executive. says they are carefully collecting all i in the history of the city to pay their our beloved brother because of his i'
Board: the material they can find but they I last tribute to the dead. many virtues, his kind heart and generous
C. .A. Carson, A.' E. Donegan, need the support of the people generally Dr. W. B. Witherspoon, the family spirit and\ his open hand to. ..
Judge T; M. ,Murphy. I pastor, made a brief address and ward the suffering.
Supervisor: of ,Woman's Work-; The Girl Scouts are specializing on I chorus hymns were a part,of the'devotional That sympathies of Friendship ..
Mrs. N. C. Bryan. gathering tin, foil and desire every service, then the Masonic lodge K. P. be tendered his family,
Chairman Knitting Department.:.. person to save! the collapsible tubes, lodge conducted the beautiful ritual. and may his divine blessing ever ac I
Mrs. W. J. S. Carr or lead foil and report it to them. The pall bearers were business associates company them and lead them to a "Spokes"and -
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Linen Shower Complete. : and fellow lodge members including ,final reunion. .
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More workers are wanted at; the The linen shower held recently for representatives from' the Masons That'these resolutions be spread on
Red Cross surgical dresing-s ,room. the Red Cross has completed its quo. Knights of Pythias, the Odd the"minutes.of the Lodge, be delivered the Swift"Wheel"
This Is' the only department of the ta(' now 'as soon as the sheets are Fellows and an honory escort from the ,family of our' brother, and be ,
work of the Kisslmmee chapter not laundered'the; supply will be forwarded the Knights Templar. These .were published in the Kisimmee Valley
up to date. The rooms are open Wednesday to headquarters.,. Mrs. N, C. Bryan, Howard Katz, J. R. 'Gilbert, F. C, Gazette, and that the Castle Hall be
Thursday and Friday morn- Supervisors of woman's 'work, ex Bryan, T. N. Clark, J. L.. Overstreet, draped for thirty days In his memory.
ings and .Friday afternoons. Last pressed'their! entire satisfaction with Tom Woodall, II. C.. Stanford, J. M.Willson CARSON FARMER,
week. the ladies registering there the .support of this .movement and Jr., W. E. Sanderson: II. ,w. B. CRAWFORD, What would you consumers think' .
were: Hire Clay Johnson, Mrs. A. said the response'to the call was very Harper, S.. L. Lupfer and J.' Earl J. S. CADEL. / of a wheel without spokes ? ...
W. Bailey, Miss Helen V. Bass, Miss generous. Lupfer -....
Lillian Trentis, Mrs. E. D. Katz, Mrs.J. Dr. Hyatt :was born in Camden, S. RESOLUTIONS ON THE What would you think of a man

S. Cadel, Miss Norma Griffin, Miss LIEUT.. CAL McCAUGHEN SAYS C., (n 1882, and received his educationat DEATH OF C. L. HYATT who would take or all of the'spokes
Joe Mallo ", Mrs.-'G. ,W. Best, Mrs.,S.' any "
) B'MAKING
CO. FINE RECORD ,
Davidson College, N. C., and at the
n. Bullock, Mrs. Jacobs, Miss Mel-' --'- North Carolina Medical College at Whereas, it has .plased the Grand out of a wheel. to make it run, better,?

a vina Bachofen. One dozen ,of Kisnimmee's (Continued from Page One), Charlotte, N. C. After a short practice ' Architect of the Universe to call Swift & Company's business of
women did their bit for ,the days Indicate that peace is in the air at L'umberton:' N. C., he came to from labor and refreshments our beloved .
boys over there while hundreds of and, the fellows are all wondering if Florida, and has resided here since brother C. L. Hyatt to join in getting fresh :meat to you is a wheel,
r others failed to make' the nece aary.acrifiee' It will come before they can get a lie was married to Miss Grace' Frier, that Celestial Lodge, not made with of which the packing plant is bnly the

of time workers or pleasure.should At be chance to establish themselves in battle at Lakeland, February, 1910, and ,a hands, eternal in the heaven, where hub. Retail dealers are the rim-and
Q least eight more after waiting so long and work- few months later brought his bride there is no need of the sun by day,
present each day next week. ing so hard. to Kl immee. Two small' sons, C. neither stars by night,for the Grand Swift & Company Branch Houses are

.No. Yarn Yet. After we were fully equipped here, L., Jr., or "Billie," as he is known, Architect reigns supreme, and the spokes.
The Kissimtnee chapter has been passes were allowed for a 24 hour, seven years old, *,nd Jack, four years, Whereas our deceased brother,
blotted the knitting of sweaters and duration, during which time the survive theirfatn.r.! ever since ,his affiliation with this The hub wouldn't do the wheel
;; socks 'and has accepted its 'quota. "gang"' took advantage of New York Dr. Hyatt was converted when,Lodge has been a true and faithful much good and you wouldn't have

The warehouses have released thewoOi being so close, and "took it in.'.' quite a small boy and spent practically brother, a patriotic citizen, a friendof much for hub or,rim if it weren'tfor
and our supply Is expected to There is no doubt that it is the big a life time as a member of the the widow and fatherless, and well use
reach here any day. This is a rush town on,this side of the, pond, and the Presbyterian church. During his residence rounded Christian. gentleman, therefore the spokes that fit them all togetherto .
r order and knitters are requested to fellows now say they have seen New here he was associated with make. wheel of it.
!\old'themselves in readiness to answer York, "let's take an European trip the local church of that denomination Be it resolved,. by Orange Blosom
this call to supply warmth to and see what they have to offer over and was a deacon at the time of Lodge, No.. 80, F. and A. M., that Swift & Company Branch Houses
our'soldiers at the earliest moment there," concluding with a short; but his death. while bowing to the mandate of the ace! placed, after thorough investigation .
the .yarn Is available. snappy stay in Berlin. Dr. Hyatt came of a good old fighting Grim Reaper, death, we tender to the
Civilian Relief. The boys had some real funny talesto family. His father was one of the widow and family of our deceased in centers where they can be '
M. 1 atz, treasurer of the local tell about their first trip to the city twelve men to fire' the first shot in brother our heartfelt sympathy\ successfully operated and do the most

) '-chapter: 'received notice last week but they all got along fine, as everybody the Civil War, and he fought in the and would remind them of that blest good for the most people at the least
+ that the Red Cross chapters should in the east )is teeming with patriotism lost battle of this conflict as well. abode where there shall be no more J
o -
assist the needy who were suffering and are always doing their Dr.,, Hyatt had I long ago volunteeredfor parting possible cost.
,from influenza and who were financially best to entertain the boys.. overseas service with his country, Resolved further; that in the deathof Each "spoke" is in I charge of a man who
unable, to secure nurses for the Our regiment was 'acheduled to but had not ,yet been called, thoughhe our beloved brother, the Masonic knows that he is there to keep you supplied '1
stick. A number of cases were report march in the Liberty Loan parade had received notification to with fraternity sustains, an irreparable
ed to, the Red Cross authorities last last Saturday but we were all sadly draw from the Home Guards that he loss and is bereft of a brother who at all times.with meat sweet and fresh; and
a week, but'' investigation in each instance disappointed ,as it was called off at might receive a commission.. has made the world better for. having: who knows that if he doesn't do it, his com-

7 found relatives who were perfectly the last momelt, not the parade, but, During the epidemic of influenzathe lived in it.Resolved. petitor will.How .
able to care for, the sufferers our trip in. Had we been allowed to past few weeks Dr. Hyatt was further; that a c. end up to date there has been no necessity march our regiment would have been untiring in his efforts to .care for his these resolutions be"sent to-the family
the "wheel" do if the
,4 for the' chapter to supply this the representative body of Infantrymen patients and answered, his calls day of our deceased brother, a copy to rim of Swift you spokes
fund. of the United States. and night, though he fully realizedhis be incorporated in the minutes pf the were done away with?
At present' there' is no civilian relief Before closing I would like to adda danger, for ho had twice sufferedan Lodge and a copy be handed to the
committee of the local chapter word about writing to the boys. It attack of pneumonIa within the local paper for publication.N. Your
)tare, though it ia Mrs,, Bryan' sug- would do your heart good ,to see how pest six years. '. C. BRYAN, 'Chairman.H Keep Pledge
+, Vestion that such a committee would eagerly the mail is sought after, and Last week he was stricken with C. STANFORD, Make Good for Our
lighten the load of her office as Su If a fellow doesn'tget his usual number double pneumonia and though his life i S., L. LUPFER. ( Fighting Men

a pervisor of woman's work., Thi committee ' t of letters regularly, he soon time friend, Dr. M&ynard, of Lake: ,. BUY WAR-SAYINGS '
is created by the executive thinks everybody in the world has land, and Dr. McEwcn, of ;a STAMPS '

board of the Red Cross chapters. i. forgotten him, so pass the word on consulted with Dr.,,Hicks, orlandO'j fl r:, DEATHS . i ;
Maldnc.rersonal ('Dal'". 'for everybody to write,often 'and par- physician, nothing availed to prolong '" ,". :' :.'; ,, I; 1 SwHt ';;& Company U,:{< S. A. ,
The,hospital Garment departmenthas i ;lcularlynowv.when( I!ire\;about ,toaiUtThe hU life and he. answered the'call iFrij IttUL ,. ,', ',I-.JI, ; I ,
received its allotment"of material .mail willl not arrive'10' often ,daynight'a: ':i 4" .' ?""-- "':\\\1"\ "
for 90 personal bags, and air the but when it does the more 'the Besides his wife and two small GEORGE DURANT.

workers in, this department are urged merrier.In sons he leaves a mother and two sisters George Durant, who was one timea
to be In their places at the regular closing I can voice sentiment and five brothers, Mrs. Hyatt's resident of Kissimmee, but for
'time"as it is desirable that the allotment of all the Second Florida boys and parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,Frier, and slater years has lived in Orlando, died from .
be completed 'within the next all the boys from every which"way in Mrs. Entzmincrer and her hus* Spanish influenza, there Friday, and
three weeks. wishing you all the best of health band, Rev. of Lake his'body was brought to this city Sat. ,
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fc t The .bags are gray cretonne, 12x14 and haappiness. We have both. land, and Entzmlngelall Laura urday for interment, in the family
inches in size. They are designed to LIEUT. C. B. McCAUGHEN, Frier, present at lot at Rosehill. I
r 'hang on the beds in hospitals to contain let Lieut. i24th Inf.{ Co. B, 31st Div., the funeral.In Mr. Durant was about 85 years old. The Road .to Wealth
the letters, pictures and other A. E. F. losing Dr. Hyatt, Kissimmee His wife is the daughter of J. C.
'4'' -effects of the patients, the lads who' lost one of her most valued citizens, Bass, formerly of this city. starts In a real estate office
;, have given up home friends, busi- CARD OF THANKS.We one who was loved and respected, by -this one. Every person has
e J Hess, everything, that we be the entire community. A
may take this method of extendingour practically ELBERT GARNER. a right to a little piece of
safe. sincere and ,heartfelt thanks to man who offered up his life in answerto Garner Tues this earth. Every person
Who Are Aiding? those friends who..so kindly asistedus duty's call( ns urely fts'though head Elbert at the passed.home away of his widowed a may have as large a piece as
The government is asking, not begging during the recent illness and death \ given it on the battle fields of day morning I ROAD 1 he wants-If he wants. We .
** I Nix in ,
Mrs. C. A.
the American: people to aid inmaking of our loved one. France and whose name should be enrolled mother, a.+s. ) don't care If you make five
;f gas masks for the soldiers. Mrs. Clyde Bass, with those who have made the. .North Kissimmee. His death was tni_ -''. dollars you how a week.to Invest We can In show real
sed by pneumonia, following
,r :To, aid by saving the material from | Rull Bass and Family. supreme sacrifice. au He 36 old and is estate profitably. The money
}t which the masks are manufactured.The The sympathy'of the people go out fluenza. was years you spend for foolishness
nut shells and fruit stones whichare Visiting cards printed by the Valley )- to the bereaved wife and two little survived by his mother, one sister, ,i' will buy a house Small pay. '
usually tossed into the garbage Gazette Job Department. boys in their hour of sorrow. Mrs. Nix, and one brother in the meats swallow the largest .;
_._ _._ navy. Rev. O. B. Falls conducted the amount. Drop In any time .
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e funeral service at the cemetery, ..... -we re never too busy forj ..
,I t:;; Visitors.
at o'clock.
Wednesday morning ,10 -- -31

; rit EDSON-PENNY. BREAKER REALTY COMPANY :

1 . Edson Penny answered the last KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA 'Ii
call Tuesday morning the ripe old ,

',' age of 85 years. He died quite suddenly .
of heart failure. Funeral services
*4 will be, held as soon as his MANHATTAN HOTEL
r "r'i: daughter arrives from her home In A. E. DROUGHT
I Now Open for the Winter Season.A .
Without Restriction Kansas. 115 Broadway

,\ MRS. PAUL YATES. Real Estate 'and Insurance Family Hotel with all the Cora- '+

Just before going to press the Gazette fort of Home
is advised of the death of Mrs. REPRESENTSThe
:;zy every permissible Service in safe Banking it extended
., ? Paul Yates, which occurred at her Horn Insurance Co of New RATES $2.50 PER DAY ;
I to our customers. home at 9 o'clock this morning. The ..
ti, .. York, the National Fire Insurance '
'/ r Immediate cause'of her death was Special by the Week.
\ Unfailing courtesy at all times characterizes the despatch of your pneumonia, following influenza. Mrs. Co. of Hartford, The Suit and
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Yates was reared In Kissimmee, and many other reliable companies. MRS. R. B. SAVAGE Prop.DR. .
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't..f s requirement. The broad banking experience of our Officials and ,
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leaves 'circle of and
\ / a large friends ,
{ their: ,knowledge of investments, gives their advice a potent value in relatives who are deeply; grieved 's\
.
Is.-. '
I her death.
i L e t connecting you with,financial matter. *>- AbVERTISED LETTERS ..0 0 O 0 o ...

t, $ $ MRS. E. S. DANN J. B. a: HOLMES '
Advertised lilt for the two weeks ...... .... '
c I 4 Our full service is at your disposal. 'Mrs. E. S. Dann, a former resident ending November 4, 1918; .....ett_ lailt4 ..Florida. .......,.. .ad
t.s a I. Dlaeasea .f w.....
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of Kissimmee, but who has been living Blunt, Miss Susie; Brace, Henry; , Bxeellcat Haapltel rartllH< .._
at Gotha for the past several BrisconMrs..,,: Mamie;- ,Carver o._ Miss OS_iS ala.l<. Eat"--,II.Dyeae.. .t.Bids;. ''
mUCitizens Bankws.s. years, died at that place I yesterday Agues; demons, Mrs. CUlis; Chap- Otee> ... _....... Pa.a., IB
and will be burled at Rose Hill cemetery man, :Mrs: Mary; Day, Mrs.: Louise;
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.this afternoon, at 4. o'clock. Giddin, :Mrs. S. :Mj; Caney, D.;"Harrison -

'V r..: OF KISSIMMEE' !t'"Irc't ...___,... :Mrs. Dann I* the widow* of the lateE. Mrs.' Lillie; Jenkins, Mrs.'JY' 'L. : The small hoars of the night haft .,./.
; r"ihi'tyti:; - '" UNITED STATE .,S. Dannand the'mother..of John :Myers, Miss Jennie; McLondon, Willis Jerrar'forhe"who make good his, '
t ,"I1ti.! :.,:,1, ," \ ;, '" I'tTk 'tank will) tke ability aced .iI1iq GOVERNMENT ,... Dann: of this city,'and Joe, Charles. ;' Williams', :Mrs. "Mozeal; Yates; wort. Remember:"your war saving:' '
;>;;"t.a/; SERVE and Lon,Dann of :Miami. pled 1.
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