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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: November 1, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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''i R.. EVANS... IS CHAIRMAN AIRSHIP LANDING IS READY

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It' OF UNITED WAR WORKERS : jJj Somebody's l Dollars;Will Do ItI "':'" FOR OFFICIAL INSPECTION,


I'" I Wonder if they'll Be Yours --
The United War Work Council, the face of the rapid development of Kissimmee's' new landing station partment at Dorr Field, with Lieutenant ;

Which stands for more; than cold the plans of the adminihtratlon may for the air men is now complete and Stackpole, were expected to
words' can express to our boys') over now have; to be increased somewhat force return here from their northern trip'
ready for official i
By BrvciI Baits inspection. A
here as well .as over there in shielding from that amount. this week. but it is reported that a
f, them form the unspeakable temptations The drive Is to begin Monday, 'November WILL tell you what will happen some of the city' street gang and volunteer crash at St. Augustine delayed their ,,
which have always kept 11, and continue through the I I. night this winter in, France. Some labor have been working en It for the plans and it may be a few days long.

abreast of every army and dwelt in the 18th. night when 1U cold and dark. There past two weeks clearing it of trees, er' before the seal of official approval y,

.t. every camp, the department that At a recent meeting of the Council will be a ruatllnff through the front line cutting' down the grass and filling the is placed on Kissimmee, and bird men
keeps the boys within the circle of 't Jacksonville, G. C. Livingston was trench, where our boy stand guard. Anda holes and depressions The field is will again be welcome week-end visitors .

home Influence no matter how far the made county chairman for the work, heavy ladened. Secretary. will .make one of the most approved: type, ,an to the city. Kissimmee is notably .

to<},;. 4nanc,_ may be: the department but his recent illness has rendered It his'way along.In "L," the long arm extending east and popular with the boys at the aviation
"-"atanda for all that Is good 'and Imposible to fill thih important position his hand. will be;, great steaming west along: the St. 'Cloud road. '.Theusual camps and the'citizens here

wholesome is completing1 its plans and Prof. R. M. Evans has, been pots : in .his pocket chocolate and ciga. white sand marks the center are proud that it ii i so. Unusual low
this week to wage war'to a finish in prevailed upon to head the county. rettes.. with a cross, and 'a.shovel full of sand interest has been manifested in pr**

,the campaign- which will soon be on organization as chairman. From one man to another he will go, placed every 12 or 15 feet along the paring the field and no citizen has
for the necehsary funds to support Prof. Evans will be supported by passing a cup full of hot!coffee to hands boundry. line gives the flyers a. general contributed' more time and labor than '

their activities.The : an enthusiastic' corps of workers who that tremble with the cold ; bringing the idea of the lay of the land. Howell Bass, who was constantly on
original amount asked of Os- are willing to dedicate a portion of comfort of a bit of sweet and a smoke. The hard surface road will make the job, though last week our type ,

ceola county to cover.the work of the their time to fighting the hung on. Men will hail him cheerily slapping.1 the field of easy access from this city made us say it 'was' Clark Howellf '
Big Seven, as it is called, the Y. M. the "second ,line of defense. him on the back ; and when he has gone! or $t. Cloud. : Through ,Sam Lupfer. while all the time it was Bass' persuasive
C. A., the Y. W. C. A., the National Mayor J.'S.,Cadel will 'act 'as' vice. things will b. a little easier in that trench. Jr., who'has taken a lively' Interest in smile that kept the work

Catholic War, Work Council the Jew. : chairman, with T. 'J. Woodall, secretary ? .because he has passed that way. the work,.stated that cars would not moving along so smoothly. '

ash Welfare League, the :War Camp) and J. L. Overstreet treasurer.A Ibw'nl'uch' will it cost to make that be allowed on the field, but. may be Kissimmee'has thrown her hat into ,'

Community Service, the American speakers' committee waa created trip do you suppose.? Counting the parked along the fence. Steps over the ring to provide as good a landing'

Library Association, and the I Salvation including Dr.. J.' D. Sibert, Dr. W. B. pittance that the Secretary Is paid, and the fence will be built at. a conven place, if not better, than any city In,

Army, is $15,988. This quota Witherspoon, Rev.' Coleman, Rev.: ,O. the coat of the chocolate, and the cigarettes lent spot., this section and if the field just pre .
Is based on what is' supposed the and all? I Lieutenant Spencer 'who is in pared is not up to the dot in ,every ;.
needs would be at this time, but in (Continued on Page; FinMINISTER'S ) Five dollars? '.Twenty-five dollars charge of the cross country flight .,''respect' it is going to be made so. :
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; But whether It Is five dollars or JOBtU
ENDORSE UNITED twenty-five I'd, like to think that it is MAN.WHO' CLAIMS' -

I my I;five or tWeDt-6.-wouldn't you? .
That some night when It'. cold and lone,
some, my money and your might send a

ri. WAR WORK. CAMPAIGN IDEAJacksonville Secretary Let's make out'.up along our that minds front that line we trench.are 'ARMY OFFICER IS ARRESTEDA '

-".-- going to par for a score of those trips.
Fla., Oct. 29..Spe "s rrenc: erlng'' their distinctive character A score of the nights' this'winter. shall be : man purporting to be a special Sheriff Inl'fam'w... pretty certain ''-

cia!. Prominent Prote.tant'mini.. and automony;; we, with this our night representative of the government, that Kissimmee 'was located In one

ters from all parts of Florida met understanding and conviction give' to nights when the" boys greet joyously wearing a regulation uniform, displaying of the -grandest catt e, counties but
: here in Conference today in order to this campaign not only our endorsement the chocolate and cigarettes'that a' gun and calling himself doubted, the remalnd*of ''the story

earn how they could best serve in but hearty and energentic sup our money pt'Ovldedand are ,happier. Col. B. H. Bisbee, made his appearance and insisted on seeing Bi bee's commission -.
the coming United War Work Cam. port. because our representative has passed. in Kissimmee this week >In of authority, whereupon Bis., .

p.lgn'and unanimously passed a resolution :: Second: That in the unanimous search of an alleged deserter from bee presented a typewritten statement t k
pledging themselves and their sentiment of all persons present that AUnited the United States Army but his self that he :was Col. B. H. Bisbee',

churches to take the lead In makingthe this effort deserves and should have c appointed part as "man hunter" .was authorized to wear citizens clothes Jn

campaign for the seven recognis the loyal support. of the people of I of short, duration and he noW .languishes persuit of.his duties, to get necessary
ed War Agencies! an unqualified success Florida. in the county ,jail until he can articles'in }persuit' said 'duties, and '

and urging upon"all\ other church.,I Third: Believing that our churches War 'Work .For' die' .'Boy*, In' be turned oVer, to,the. ropr'authority that>1I bills would? be paW. by?theQuartermaeter'd

:' es in the State to take the same stand should take the lead'in making it Campaign C w, ;g..,11be..:.Sei ari:: ico'' who is- on, ,his Wayfront: CN I'''of th*''U,. 8., (:
with, them. i an unqualified success, we urge upon Washington. Army. This was signed by the Provost
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; At" ,the Conference today, Dr. W. all churches the most earnest sup! When Bisbee al'rived'in Kissimmee Marshall. '

W. Alexander, Atlanta' outlined port of the campaign' to be made .November Sheriff, 1.. II. Ingrlm Inquired by TheJSheriAT had a' hunch there was
the events which led up to the unit. 11th to 18th. to provide. the S. L. LUPFER LOCAL KISSIMMEE-TAMPA what authority he carried his "art'll- a ''''nig 'er 'in I the wood pile" somewhere

fall'\\ organizations concerned in necessary funds.'' cry," and was told Bistee> was lent and wired to, Washington.. to

..v a of soldierV.and sailors' activities Fourth: In view of the enormous WAR WORK CH''M. GAME HERE NOV. 9 out from Washington) the trail ofa' verify the statements. The authorIties
as one United Drive at the suggestion increase of the Army'and Navy overseas deserter from the army that he seemed to know' nothing' about

of President Wilson. An inspirational since,this budget', was compiled, ..' -, had trailed the slacker. far as New their special representative Bisbee,
address: was given by Dr. we respectfully urge a large over- In lining up the energentic work- Enthusiasm for football among Os. Smyrna. The sacker was a. cow boy, and Instructed Mr.; Ingram to Incarcerate .

E. Ashby Jones of the Ponce de Leon subscription. ', v.> 1.4.,. :..: era for the approaching drive for the ceola High's atheletics is unquenchable so Bisbee said, and it was likely he him in the county stronghold ''
'Baptist Church, 'Atlanta, followed bya W.I! A"jHobson"- "" 1 t.it. ;hip"ki'n; ;1"', United War Work Council district 'and no obstacle, has been abmit- would hike for a cattle country. 'At and a man would be sent here at onces' '

full and frank discussion of,all the, Oorilon T.trJon. ,,/11., H...]Roberts .,'' chairman E. .G. Duckworth, of, Orlan. ted.by them as'Insurmountable thin New Smyrna a resident claimed to to, investigate the case.H. . , : .
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pifoblems: >> relating to''- the'''campaign J..T.; if JJoone"4>Iii.I\i\ J4' Martinaf.raBaclN111fam.Foater, <,I:)'-.;,, do,':could scarcely have chosen any season,; even the "Spif" is unable to have been! asked, by a stranger, where V

which opens Novejnber 11th and con- A.W. 'H.W.Cnle Williams C.V.Fred .R.Duke Ma rah one more; capable handling' the call more than a temporary .halt in la' big I cattle country could be found, 'i) C.: Stanford has been"appointed..,, -
tinues until November 18th. Following Minhap 'Cameron Hay M. Uu ler work as local chairman than S. L. their plans. Schedule after schedule the resident recommended Kis- .chairman'of the Red Cross ChristmasRoll
this discussion the Protestant Mann Jno U' Anderson and when he consented simmee for that position. Bisbee in- and wilt call a meeting for the
T-oul. O, Wood N. U.: 'OKelley bupfer, to accept has been arranged only to, be dlsarv( ,'
ministers assembled, passed this unanimous 'v. 8 ratlemnn Uen \Valdron ; that position,, right then it be- ranged but once again Captain Over-' formed the Sheriff that he felt'' sure puipose of organizing next week.
resolution: Pharlei Alfred Rvenden II Trout U F: K.: McNalr Hoyt came an assured fact 'that the full street and Manager Roberson are lie would locate his slacker :when he The object of the organization will +

First: That the President having A.R. J T J., Houiiholder Bell (II.J. Fred H. Hla-httnlre,Blackburn quota for tCissimmee would be sub making contracts for attractive found the man in search of the cattle !be to see that every"man, woman and
emphasized the fact that the seven W I* C. MahonV. A. Cooper scribed. Chairman Lupfer was told games. country, so he came here and began II!child is enrolled as a member of the
T). H. Rutter H. B. Rod",r r. "
different agencies, by his request, en- to select committee, to assist him his inquiry. Red Cross.
J. K, Plrkard J. B. Jtltchell. a The first date will be the long loftk- .
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and he straightway named Rev. W. B. ed-for struggle" with Hillsborough.

Witherspoon, who has been the wheel This will take place on the home

: SUCCESS OF FOURTH LIBERTY horse in many a campaign\ here. field next Saturday November 9th. SHERIFF CAPTURES TWO NEGROES

As the women of Kissimmee are The Kissimmee -.Tampa gams was

rallying tothe banner of Miss Inez acknowledged to have been the pret

Carson district chairman of the Y. I tiest game of the entire 1917 season, '

_: LOAN DUE LARGELY TO PRESS likely W. C.; that A. feature the Kissimmee of the-drive chairmanand it is I it'ft.and is.The sure pluck to attract the boys general have shown inter- AND. A LOT OF BOOZEThursday

his assistant will deal largely sticking to their ambition through _-_. -.r' _---_- _"_' _. _,. _._ _L;: A
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Vi'11;''' Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 21, 1918. are frank to admit that we were more with the men, and when asked just thick and thjn to make a fight for the with ... 'HV" -. -- --.- J" ./k!
Thursday was a busy day
,. ICisaimmee Valley Gazette Kissim- than gratified with the results achieved what method would be adopted in the state championship must demand the
mee, Fla., by you., campaign, Mr. Lupfer said the drive admiration of every one, and it goes I Sheriff ''L. H. Ingram, who, in addi- there. Nut shells are needed to help
tion would-be deserter
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Dear Sirs:-Again the Sixth Fed. On behalf of the Treasury Depart wsi too far off yet to state the particulars without saying' that all who can do so to 'capturing a win this war, and within easy hiking
oral Reserve District has responded ment and the National Liberty Loan of their effort, in fact tha details will be on hand Saturday and support' rounded up two men of dusky col- distance of Kissimmee are,'splendid

nobly! to the country's call for patri Organization, we wish to extend to had not been decided on. lie the locals with their presence and or and about $1000 worth of booze, trees, sprinkling the fall crop of nuts' i{
in transit to
from
otic dollars. you our sincere thanks and beet seemed certain that they would not with the financial aid in what will evidently Tampa all over the ground. They have; been

f While final reports have not reach- wishes. conform to exact district methods likely be the hardest fight of the sea J Jacksonville. growing perhaps eighty or a hundred
The Sheriff stated that when the
ed the. Federal Reserve Bank reportsof With beet wishes for your continued but .would see that just the right influence son. years without any particular objectin
the County ,Committees: leads us to success, I ant. Yours very truly would be brought to bear on cars reached Kissimmee, the men view but now we know why. With J'' ;
believe the subscription will not. be ST. ELMO' MESSENGALE, each individual. Whem he was jok- NO MORE CAMOUFLAGINGTHE were driving a Studebaker and an the aid of the Scouts they will be a.

leas than $212,000,000.00.. Director of Publicity. ingly asked if he would guaranteethat FACE OF THE CLOCK Overland both large cars. lie strong ally of Uncle Sam.A. .
thought the contents looked suspicious "
E.' Drought' who Ham
i This is indeed 'a remarkable showing every one would "Vote the owns
.when we consider the difficulties STATE BOARD ,SENDS, DOCTOR straight .ticket'"-auring the drive, he The turning -of the hands of the and just'I investigated* ,it. There mock Grove, one 'of the 'most beautiful .
Juice' in all sorts of pack.
under which we. worked this time, Dr. J. W. Gaines arrived in Kissim replied that was the intention of the clock one' hour, the daylight' saving was "bug spots in Florida or any where,
up in suitcases and in whole, casesyet'
: ages I"ow'in recent Gazette the call of
a
due to the agitation over the yesterday having been sent here committee. ,
proposal mee movement which resulted) In so
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unoperied... The contents of the
e' to'fix the the price of cotton, and by the State Board of Health to assist "v The county headquarters which great a gain to the public and conserved the local Red Cross for nut shells,
: said at
cars estimated, he near-
t. theepidemic of influenza which raged in looking after Influenza pa-' will. be located somewhere on Broadway the fuel for more important was and offered the orgainzation. the liberty

in some localities. With subscription tients. For the past several days Dr. will also be occupied by the uses-was ushered in last! spring with ly$1000. their of his property, to piher'th.e'
The names as
!! to the Fourth Loan, a* total of Winn has been the only doctor in Kissimmee 'committee. Miss Helen much' comment and possibly alittl men gave crop. This offer was passed ,,on:to
Thomas E. Williams and N. Livingston
x i' :'sore than half billion dollars has Kissimmee able to answer calls, the Bass has been appointed county assistant criticism became a thing of the past Scout,, ;Master Pledger and his' wife, '
and when they were arrested, 6
a 'invested by the people of 'the others all being *icL While there has secretary and will be on handto Sunday morning at 2 o'clock. So accustomed their cash bonds of Captain (Mrs.) Pledger who- have
promptly
here receive and tabulate fig put up pledged the support of their'scouts: in'fathering
reports
District in United States Gov- been no serious epidemic the havo the American people
$600 each, and were set at liberty
the nuts for the Red Cross.-
declara-tion work was too much for one man, and ures. become to doing as they are told in pending trial.
Dr. Winn requested "'Mayor Cadel to deference to general welfare that by The first nutting expedition will ;r
The men were accompanied a
i The success of the ):Fourth .Liberty secure, another doctor if possible, CONTRACT WITH TUCKER'S CO- nothing' was said even when personal mechanic who take place Saturday afternoon, and
evidently '
was con
i$ ':Loan.1nthisdistrict.. may be.attributed with the result that Dr. Gaines was CANCELLED BY GOVERNMENT interests might conflict, but the nected with the cars and not the all true blue 'scouts, boys'-and girl,
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It to the sent' at : are asked to assemble at the scout
largely :splendid the-Mayor' request;
co-opera. clocks were turned back sixty minutes booze and was not; held in connection
ttlot1'ptven. the and Dr. 'Gaines is from Kentucky headquarters at 2:30 'equipped with,,
us by daily weekly formerly The contract with the Hillsboro and famines continued as usual. with the
case.
:\- :papers, and"'the 'agricultural trade, and'a' retired physician being! ugh' Shipbuilding Co., Of Tampa of The camouflaging the clock this a small basket or other' receptlcle forgathering i

,, and 're1lgfoul'))reu. W. endeavored at,present engaged injaising an orange which' Js-Wade Tucker, of this city, summer has been generally popular SCOUTS: ,WILL GO HUTTING FOR the nuts. ;
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','tier\ give you'the' best possible 'service grove ,near Orlando. is,president, for' four barges, has with the people of this section and it .* UNCLE SAM.. Mr. and Mrs.. Pledger'wIllaccomepany'the : ,
In\ handling both' news. ,and display Dr.'; Gaines is 'In'the employ of the been cancelled by, the government. is with regret that many of them returned .\ '" -, youngsters. ,
.., !"4vertisb? ;' In each_ campaign; our State'Board'of Health,and his,'services The :contract price ,which was to to the old time record of Sol's Boy and Girl Scouts,-Attention! z ?

'. ''service,ha'been improved and;while are' at'the.disposal'of influenza' have been paid ,for the barges; was daily journeys. ? ,The government is: sending out,an Mr. and )[fI.- Bart Bryan' motoredto r

:il:,ia' nor yet perfect we expect to: patients. ) without. charge.Become ., W.0,000 each,' and the company ,.tad S., O. 8. call for nut shells to convert Tampa Saturday for a few days.
Y'.l' .make further improvements before Hm- " f expendedabout'' .$30,000 getting .B., F. Cobb of Rosales, was in town into carbon for gas masks to protectour Tbe trip combined business'with

,the next loan is-authorised. j a stockholder in the,UnitedState.buy' ready for the :work, which, we understand -I Saturday visiting relatives and)greeting soldier boys,from the gas attack pleasure, and included a,day at Pass*
,i v:We. watched, ,your work. closely. ,and War ,Sarinrs Itamp, .will be ref ded. old time friend /' of the dirty huns In the trenches over, a-Grill. ', .
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TWO .-t THE KISSIMHEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1918 a
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""*TP\R. I FLETCHER: EXPLAINS HIS -
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is ,all >

K .' - that it IS. claimed to be and I will VOTE AGAINST II

always.keep it in the house as it is all. that I --
": Washington, D. C., Oct. 18, 1918 in conflict therewith,
need 'for my children, and grown folks as well. Mr. W. B. Harris Klssi mee, Fla. ily be made the means

\ J do not hesitate to recommend Dr. Caldwell's'' My Dear Mr. Harris:-I beg to! \with lishing the the help system', of -

Syrup Pepsin to my friends." hand you Jierewjth extract from the from' other sections
Congressional Record, giving
my throwing off after' many
'",. (Mr.From. Either a letter Porter to Dr. Caldwell Harrelson written Georgetown by\- }' speech and' partial report of the proceedings It has been urged .In
S. C. / (including roll,calls) In the proposed amendment x
Senate on the Woman Suffrage ber of white women
JL Amendment to the Federal Constitu- enfranchised by it ''

K Dr. Cald well'sSyrup tlon, .proponed by the House Joint ber of negro women.
... Resolution No.'200,, 65th Congress.I the aggregate i but\ ,: I I
opposed this proposed amend there are amny counties \

K' ... Pepsin ment primarily because the qualifications submission and /' r4'
', and the conduct of the elections amendment would give "

reds with.the States respectively, a great majority of
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'I,:,.. T 6e Perfect Laxative. the States'l1aviQg' 'originally reserved strength.'
\!' ,.1 these powers and refused to ,delegate You will also note that
( '. Sold them to the"General Government. aendemnt to the Joint '' \ t :
\'t} by..Druggists:Everywhere
Please'note section 2of if would
particularly which adopted
.V', .' l 50, cts. (a SS; ) $1.00A the proposed constitutional! ted a resolution giving

.. I amendment.. While I' do not believe suffrage privileges with
"" would ever 'be necessary for Congress where the Federal e

mild, pleasant-tasting combination of simple to enact1 any legislation protecting scribes suffrage quatlt !
women i ntheir right to vote leaving each State to
; laxative herbs with pepsin that acts easily and
,in any State yet this section Is,identical own laws on this subject
naturally. Children like i it. and take it willingly. with the 'second section of the ent. This was voted
XVth Amendment, under the' color of voted in facor' of an
A trial bottle can be obtained by writing.toDr. which laws were passed by Congress fered by Senator John

W. B. Caldwell, 458 Washington Street, hat kept the Southern States JIa liams of Mississippi'
turmoil fee years following the war suffrage to white
I .1 1 Monticello, Illinois. between the States placed the conduct each State to deal with
of election under the supervisionof of suffrage to women
Federal 'officials who used their in accordance with its
.t .1- BOYS offices In inciting the negroes to active problems. Had this I
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; .1 LETTERS FROM OUR SOLDIER AND SAILOR participation in politics and gen the Joint Resolution

erally demoralized conditions in the very aterial objection
LETTERS FROM JENNINGS/ In over a month now and they were Southern States of the Union. I the Southern Senators
PREVATT. all Camp Hill letters. I had a letter know the people of Florida do not been reomved. But .
yesterday from Harriette Seymour, want any mo're Federal: Interferencewith of the Resolution
Sept. 13, 1918. which .was a month old, but sure was their elections .no matter under ardize its passage
Dear Folks-Will drop you a few new to me. Mail is sure appreciatedover what 'guise. A opwer granted to any aeitdment;! whatever "
lines to let you know that I am'well here if ever so old and.aa to the Congress to enforce woman suffrage,, ure 'were accordingly
and feeling fine. We can't 'write Gazette sure would be awful glad to which would be totally unnecessary receive the

what we would like to, and I have get It.There. because the.. first section of the pro- majority required for its !
told you all about the country. are quite a" Jew here who posed amendment, if submitted and Very truly
'I heard from Sullivan and Thur- hAve just come in from Camp John- ratified would repeal any State law &UNCAN U.
man through a fellow which was in ston,,but'no one'which I really know
: F. "R. S. 301 with usi: lie said they except a couple of lieutenants and
were both well and Coy had got very one of them was commander of the '
fat. I will probably get to see them !wagon company which I transfer RUMINATIONS OF I
n some time. Sure would like to. I am red out of to get in this one. He
r? going to write them in a few days seemed to be very glad to see me andI Your people at home seem'' to rejoice gunners and Infantry \
o also Joe and Biddie. Haven't lieard sure was pleased 'to meet him, for | over every peace prospect.I up in a mass, rifles
:anything from them since I left the he was a prince to me, and nice fel- Peace nothing! We don't want them guns captured, and '

:States. low.We devils to enjoy the blessings of peace be t ahlted we had
'1 have been up to Bordeaux a couple are having some rain' now. until they are in a position of abso- that opposed us, and
P of times and it is sure some town Hope' you all are well and getting lute slavery !and haveto, be driven to of them. It was all our
of course'' is quite different from any along all right. Give my love to.all their work with: the overseas whip do to keep us from
of ours. They have some nice stores Will close as news is scarce over l>Behind them and if you could be here onets through them.
t but most of them are small and some here, The war looks'pretty -good and see the devilment they have done low had his hands up
i of the most wonderful theaters and over here-what we can hear aboutit. you'd think lust like w* do. .We go too close together and
parks I ever saw. Think everything will be over before into the fight with all their''fearful there was something in

g We are having some rainy weather very much longer. rascality on our. mind, and we'd die; fie ball through his
:mnd has been a bit cool but is pleasant SGT. J. B. PREVATT before giving them one inch of to spin around and as it'S
today and I like it fine and am' F, R. S.-No. 311, A. P. O. .607, A.E. F. ground. When I was a boy at school dropped a bomb shell

.enjoying myself so don't worry on declamation Fridays I spoke a ,his own crowd but
about me, and take care of yourself DON'T HAVE THE FLU-' piece that I have never forgotten. It would have it, there'
and the girls. wac called "ReinzorV Aadress to the plosion.. We know what
_. _ii'JIave" got mail twice but it..was,all Follow the Suggestions- Here and Es Romans," and a part.of it ran thus: they 'take us prisoner
: :: 3/old'though' still ,news .to us;;!as it.wasViearlya '9' ', Illness.' ' nave 'you fair sons,'look to see them fight it to the last.-
iCBpiSerious
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[ 'month old I > fe, !!%' 1, ?'; ', die; *have you'fair*,,,d ughters.'! -look ., ,; GEO
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'" Will' writeyou at least once a When.you,feel feverish orjasjf,you toJsee'ithemiliveildisdained.Vdishonjofed ;!}, \\Il""') :.: : \
oak veek"1'if'posible, and'some'f'oflryj, u are taking cold, and"you'start eneez /and'if i '"d re'I"a1\'for?justice, If":those;"!'!"' who+""ara;; :') ..

,- write every chance you' get. I will Ing'and your nose begins to run. it will be answered by the lash." dread of this horrible *

'11 close 'with love to all. you've surely got influenza germs One of the tribes that conquered think a minute, of the I ,
SGT J. B. PREVATT. working on you and you should .im. Rome was the Huns and the same structions this Spanish !
F. R. S. No. 311, A. P. O. 507, A. E. F. mediately take a few doses of Dr. hellish spirit exists among the descendants other destructive:

Williams' No. 101 Tonic and escape a the German No. No ing they will not (
Sept. 23, 1918. spell of illness and loss.of time in bed. peace say we, until those_devils are anything like as
My Dear Folks..:.Just received a It is just what you need at that time so completely shorn of ,their power latter. Thousands of
letter from you wrote on Aug. '12th and it works wonderfully well-and that they can be ruled by other nations been caused by the
which was addressed to Camp Hill, quickly, too. The quinine in .it kills and not allowed to handle evena and in one of the
but can't tell why I don't get some of influenza germs without mercy. The shot gun without permission from 1000 lives have been
a later date. Am very glad Mattie iron ingredient gives appetite and re_ other authorities. Peace with devils fire and 40,000 people I

'. is still with you and that you are all stores your "pep." The magnesia means, to give them a chance to kill, less. The, fact that, we'
t getting along nicely. acts on the liver and bowels eliminating injure and destroy the rest of Eu- that we must die, and
r I have just returned from a. seven poisonous gasses and excretions rope, and before many years are quor us when our time <
Jay trip to the city of. Paris and oth- and making the body clean and past, the same work would have to home; in the army' or
?r points and saw lots interesting wholesome. Dr. Williams' No. 101 be done over again. We?, are Bights. Was moving some stock and, Tonic is, a ready prepared prescriptions on the road now, and I say don't stopus that this will be one
? came back by Paris and spent Sun-I of a noted physician the'' late until we have captured the head- crop years known 'for 'f.::
; ',; day Sept. 22nd there and that is a Dr. G. B. Williams, of Quitman Ga., quarters den of the infernal crew. People in the city have
wonderful place. The old buildings and has been exclusively used for Berlin is our objective. We all\ wantto too much rain but in
and monuments which have been I malaria, grippe colds, chills and fe go there and let those infernal has been rather dry
there for years; there isn't any use I vers. Get -a bottle at once and begin rascals know what war is. We cap Orange and grapefruit;
to try and tell you all of what I saw taking it and make yourself immune tured a whole host of them in our going on to a
for I might say something which Ihouldnt from the 4'flu."' All druggists and last fight and if our boys killed a few The price of the fruit
so will have to wait and drug dealers sell it or can get it for hundred that had apparently given ners to pay good prices j
tell you about .it. you-25c\ and 50c a bottle. Refuse up I would think we were right. The Cattle are doing well ?
I am awful glad that Joe has landed all substitutes. infernal devils will throw up both the hogs will be well
safely overseas.. I wrote him several hands just as if they were about to dure the approaching
Jacksonville i is making extensive .
days, ago and addressed him A. surrender and when you are off your ands -of acres of peas {
for the coming Farmer's 4
preparation '
a E. F., thinking that he was over but guard they will throw a hand gren- are found in all parts
National which meets in
expect it- will be some time before I'I Congress ade that will burst in the midst of and Mr. Hog's share in (
that December 3-6 inclusive.
'I hear from him. I was in the same city our boys and kill them. Peace! huns will be well j
This
great organization responsi c
town with Sullivan and Coy .but did Make peace with the devil and claim of any approaching <<
ble for made in the
n't know it until I had left ab failedto great progress the glory of God! Just aa well the those who will strive .
agricultrual world in recent
see them. I get to be around jots years one as the other. We are to beat the good will to make a
and is ot
event
of Re4 Cross and Y. M. C. A. over the coming regarded devil out of them: and a d-d dead The warm weather
much all interested in
improtance by
here and they are sure the greatest Hun U the only safe one. I want to should cause us1' to pre f
Food production. This should
y help towards the boys I ever saw beell .county get to their capital and run out every cold that will almost F
represented at the
Congress,
80 don't fail to do anything towards because- of the valuable Ie sons thatwe heU fired devil of them and let them the old adage that one I-
)lelping them :you can. will which be like'that old king way back yon- lows another has held
{ It is getting a bit cool over here I beneficial obtain and also for will the prove most der whose name I'm not going to try pastand the only way

now but just enough to make you feel ; that new lines of* endeavor will reason be to spell but in olden times he was the future Is by the past'
igood. I must close now. This leavesme which the king of the Jews and was sent Our Democratic. a
feeling fine and happy and hope, mapped stimulation out,in wiU find great out to* eat grass, though, that would faithful to our Joe.
p 'that ;you all are the same. Love to all., farming enterprise.A be a .disgrace to a good honest old Jacksonville is about to

SGT. J. B. PREVATT. Beautiful'WOlDaD. work ox. The. first time we faced the a political opponent
"h' F. R. S. No.'311 A. P O. 607 A.E.F.
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Do you know that a'beautiful wo- Huns for a fight our captain made us the 'political 'I
d man has always a good digestion? Il a little speech the sum of it was: it only, calls every : ,
Sept. 29, 1918. your digestion is ,faulty, r neat lightlyof "Men, these hell hounds are in frontof strict and impartial duty "
Folks .;Just few line's'to ; 1
Pr 'My Dear a
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,, meats and take an occasional dose you; you have Been what'they do opponent so severe a
'II :let ;You know. that I am still well of Chamberlain's Tablets to strength to helpless women and children: now will'fear .to come' again fb
C mnd feeling fine. I have been work- en ;your digestion. 'Price 25c think of your own dear ones at home With hearty good 'J
','Ing pretty; hard for the past week. and how they may in the future beat noble efforts) mady by1 ..
' :A.m in charge of a: bunch'of horses, A war saver U a life sarsr.POM them if,we are beaten." Great heavens help the cause, I ,, : ,
about 'four'hundred and fifty head, I.how that did get Op all the mad t.I.
) aad it iore'U a big job in seeing that Cored la 6 to 14 I ItooM Days ENrt.DI there'was In'u., and those that witnessed J ,Ot ..'.Tiuteleas. t ; .f,,

everything is going on all right.; ,, nfad-a.... ,Mg..PI-. that charge said they, never ,.....,.w aaIaiiaJ.... t .
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No: Wasting I OBITUARYW. Arm them, with the morale. .that wins battles" ,.

A. SMITH. .


of Bar Soap t,.death,Saturday The had.community.by claimed the was William intelligence saddened Augustus that last JM1rIDl@[ ] IHI @1@ '


1, Smith, one of JCissimineefls' former ..-. .,

1 X TO GRANDMA-decidedly no.when well known citizens. Mr. Smith' had *9r ? H5ackiij{ the Boys OverJfiete .
is around.
IN
I been ill but a short time with influen- ::;
No bar soap lying in 1 1.,..ta, followed by pneumonia passed .. V* \* *>
water wasting away.. No chipping at his borne in ,
Saturday Wer
slicing or shaving off more than away KCA.nCA.Natbut.1: Cat
need. GRANDMA is Tampa. The remains were brought
you a.won rDIIDdl-K.oCc.JcwWiWdfarc
derful sosp-and it is PowttmnJ. here for burial and his friends and
That's the big secret You Just business. associates gathered at Rose Boan1-WarCamp nl
measure .out what you need, no Hill cemetery Sunday" afternoon to "
more. Sprinkle It In the tub and honor his memory Service -Ame caslaUbra y

presto-just like magic, millions He was a member of the Masons, AssociationS **
of glorious cleansing suds In. an '
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Elks Lodge and of the Knights Tem '
Instant. Then, the whitest, dean .Army-
Wash the Woolen Sacks est freshest dothea that ever bung plar, and was burled with the impressive
service Klssimmee II
The
on a wash line. Masonic :
L j You Knit with Grandma band rendered appropriate hymns. mmm WAkWORK
This feature of the service' was es-

GRANDMA'S Powdered SOapYour pecially touching, for the deceasedhad Now EB 11:1.8.1
organized the band and had been
connected with it from that time till

Grocer Has It! he left the city.;
Mr. Smith Was born in Bullock

county, Georgia, July 13, 1890, end r"i
died October 26. lie received his education
'- I In the Georgia Military College i.
COUGHING SPELLSBREAKYOURREST' the greatest efficiency, is urged to at Milledgeville,'Ga. He moved i
join this club., The monthly fee' will to Kitsimmee with his mother, Mrs.L. .
be 25 cents to cover the cost of food C. Smith, when quite 'a young man, Why 'you should give twicfc .as much as you

demonstrations- and for some time was connected
'f Officers and members the club with the Citizens Bank.. Laterhe zi ever cave before, !
are: President, Mrs. S. II. Bullock; was a member of'the Dutton-HarrU
Put fe -stop to them with old Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. "Carson in the THE. NEED is 1 for .70 asked 'for
Shoe Co. It was while he was a sum per cent greater than any gift ever since the
reliable Dr. Kings New Farmer; Miss Albina Smith, county employ .of the Dodge Manufacturing war began. The Government has fixed this sum'at $170,500,000. ,
\
DiscoveryThat '
r | demonstration agent; Mrs. S.B' Company, in Indiana, that he married '
Aultman, Mrs. W. II. Coleman, Mrs. Miss Dorothy Smith, of Pitts- By giving these"seven organizations at once, the cost and effort of six additional a
"raw. hoarse throat must beHeotbed. W. J: Frlpp, Trfrs. II. C. Stanford, '
.That phlegm-loaded chest burgh, and when the caU for help campaigns U saved.
!
must be loosened. That cough, must Mrs. T, J. Burckhalter Miss Cleck- i we. issued by the government, he returned
be checked so you can sleep ler, Mrs. E. E Wells? Mrs. M. Tiller to Florida and accepted a Unless Americans do give twice as.much as ever before our soldier and'lailorl .may

-Dr. King's New nd Discovery coughs for has half been Mrs. W. E. Sanderson, Mrs. Chas. I position as..accountant with. the Emergfncy I not enjoy during 19 their .
relieving colds % a
Carson Jr., Mrs. G. W. Best, Mrs. J.
century without the least disagreeableaftereffects. Fleet Corporation, at Tampa 3600 Recreation Buildings
i W. Thompson and Miss ,Mattie hit his
Ban-I He is survived by widow
Your druggist has It because it U dy. and 1000 Miles of Movie Film ,
y mother, Mrs. L. C. Smith one
welt-known and ia demand. . '
f big The first meeting of the club will .sister, Mrs. W. W., Carson of this .4 . 100 Leading Stage Stars .
f. be 'arranged as soon as,.public meetings I',''city., The bereaved family have the ,; Iym.: 2000 Athletic Director :. '.4' !
Try this for Constipation are resumed in the city. I sympathy of the community in their ; . :,':''f t1" 2500 Libraries supplying 5,000,000 book f->-..4tL..'.- ;' .
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Keep the bowels on schedule, time Other departments of Osceola'county's hour of sorrow.RESOLUTIONS. '
85 Hostess House
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.with Dr. ICia New.Lire Fills the .
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system freed from poisonous) wastes home demonstration agents'work ON THE DEATHOF 15,000 Big-brother "secretaries"
l' the oomplextion clear the stomach shows a lively"*. interest The
tweet,the tongue uncoated,the actions work of the canning club closes in WILLIAM AUGUSTUS. Millions of dollars of home, comfort*

1IJI'.lntod.> Mild yet positive November when the record books and SMITH. I When youfgive double, you make sure that every fighter ha the cheer* and comfort of.

stories of the year's work must be Whereas it has seemed wise to the these seven organization every step of the way from home to the front and back again.. '

i CANNING CLUB NOTES I Il completed.At Campbell. Station, James and Almighty. Father to send forth the You provide him with a church, a theatre, a cheerful home a store, a school a club,

Marie Clark are preparing for a win- AngeJ of Death and remove from our. and an athletic field-and a knowledge that the folk back home are with him heart .
midst of our friend and brother. William "
the Short ter garden. James kept a record on and soul. ,
l As a direct outcome of Augustus Smith, and
'. Course for housekeepers given by theI an acre of corn this year that showeda | Whereas, the deceased has.. ever You have loaned your money to supply their,physical needs.. ,
State demonstration agents here' splendid yield. I been a faithful member of the Fraternity L #
few weeks ago, an enthusiastic homedemonstration Roan and Raymond Lanier nave a ( and whenever: called upon,, Now give to maintain the Morale that i*. winning the war! '

club has been organized fine showing for sweet potatoes ma. has been)I ready to "bear his' burden

I: to make a study of housekeepingalong turing on their plots. \through the heat of the day." This Space Is Patriotically Contributed By
the most approved lines according Near Alligator Lake. Misses Edith Therefore; Be it resolved by th
to scientific instructions. The I and Ethel Tyson have been persistent -,Orange Blossom Lodge No. 80, F, & S. L, LUPFER N. C. BRYAN M. E.: STEPHENS H. C. STANFORD M
club will meet once each month and workers of' the club. Ethel has A. M., that bowing to the will of Out .

will take in regular order the ten les- extended her work and is keeping a Heavenly Father who doeth ale < > O <> (> ( > <> <> <> {> 0 (L-J
i. cons given at the short course and complete record of the poultry on th things well who knoweth. our frailties -
..4 other subject matter furnished .bythe farm.' Earl Tyson has gone into the>I and whose love is far beyond

1 I' State College,for Women. "The October bee industry and supplies the family.(that of a mother, we will cherish his effect. right away. Continued use giquel for the, first, time. in three .
. meeting will deal with the use of table and some of the neighbors aa i memory in our hearts, commend his drove.the trouble away and and I am' years! Those of us who stood on the I DONT NEGLECT r A ;
'sugar substitutes 'and the November well with this sweetest of' Floridsproduct. i 1 spirit! to the God who gave it,, and glad to give this endorsement. platform could only wave to them:"'"

meeting in fats. Special arrangements .. -I consign his body to Mother Earth. (Statement given May 28, 1914.) cheering was imposible. RHEUMATIC PAW'

will be made to enable house- Joseph and Paul, Keen who cleared I I Resolved Further; That to the immediate Added Praise. -"Two-thirds of the children have

.,. heir;,plot\Dearly,,.,la.t r.summer },'.have .I family of the bereaved we On March 27,1918, Mr. Dillard'said: been taken from their parents because '
.exam-ination' ; ; planted,Ait! 4 to'sweet ";J"potatoes j aJldwhat would point to that home beyond the "I still hold as high an opinion of their fathers would not work Go after ft with" Sloan's....
( they (laTcal1ed L!'millionj 1 dollar:grass" grave,, where the "Lion of',the tribe Doan's Kidney Pills as ever. They for the Germans and the motherswere Liniment before It gets
r to study the. required number of les- which is grown for chicken' feed and of Judah" shall reign forever, where gave me excellent relief from kidney willing to let their children go dangerousdon't '

eons. hay. partings or bereavemenb"never enter complaint and I must say nothingever rather than see them- starve. I have
r Every housekeeper who desires to and all tears are wiped away. did me so much good." never seen anything more poignantthan
1/(. gain a greater knowledge of her PREPAREDNESS. Resolved Further; That in the departure Price 60c, a*, all dealers. Don't those little of ;children a J UZ. don't ru*, let It i.e.-
Brother the Masonic simply ask for a kidney remedy get groups trait and-goo-by twinge! Same for
business of feeding her family with of our y
{ This is the slogan of the wise man. faithful Doan's Kidney Pills-. the samo that clinging to the oldest sister and I external aches pains, strains, stiffness
Stock are continually exposed to Fraternity has lost a mem- Mr. Dillard had. Foster-Milbourn Co., .brothers as they 'marched down the I of joints or muscles lameness, bruises.
f; RED CROSS IRONATED HERBS cute, wounds, scratches, etc.. The'ber, and the world a good citizen; Mfgre., Buffalo, N. Y. street of the Casino. It was' the saddest Instant relief without musstness or !
s (WITH PEPSIN) man who is prepared has his healing'i and in accordance 'with our usual i the cruelest sight-not one soiled clothing. Reliable-the biggestselling
; If yon dont feel well or if you wake op, remedy ,on hand to stop all chancesof custom a copy of these resolutions TIN BOX FUND. !grown-up just children, marching liniment year after year. aaJe Economical .
tired and all run down with headache, be t handed to the family, a copy I by reason of enormous
Farris' Healing
biliousness indigestion and feel all out blood poison. !spread the minutes of the The money collected in the Tin I bravely along singing'and crying. Keep a big bottle ready at all times.Ask .

j:' Gf sorts;with take PEPSIN.a bottle of Guaranteed IRONATEDHERBS to Remedy economical.is Highly One 60c Antiseptic.bottle makes It is(/ Lodge and upon a copy :furnished to the Boxes for the past month amountedto II I "As they passed along the repa.I your druggist for Sloan's Liniment.
a Loughman, $1.00 Kissimmee, tries the sidewalk called to them
; on :
local for publication. .
in the of condition. This paper
t put you pink $2.00 worth of healing oil or ointment I
', . and more than one hundred other Red refunded if are Respectfully, $1.00, Total, $2.00 'Don't cry, you are going to have
Money
Cross Remedies and Toilet Preparation you J. E. LUPFER, ... These boxes are for the collectionof .meat!I' And the boys shouted:
not satisfied. Waters &: Canon Grocery
old and guaranteed only by H. M. KATZ, the very smallest'donations from I 'Meat, we are going to have meat!
' CENTRAL DRUG STORE Co. T J. WOODALL.W. one cent upwards, and are administered as they marched. You couldn't believe

B. CRAWFORDWorshipful ,as shown in the following extracts it. You were looking at starv
Master.J. : ing Belgium children.e. I and I realized that nothing I had ever
N. C BRYAN.
President. Secretary.
C. A. CARSON. E. LUPFER) JR., Secretary.. Belgian Children's Milk Fund (I860.OO thought of everything I had heard heard had given me any 'conception
Fatherlem Children of France 685000 '
Serbian Families' 'Fund. __... ST40.00 about Belgium and her sufferings, of starving Belgium children. .

The Waters & Carson Bronchial Trouble. l Polish Fund.Starving. _______Children'________._____ J740.00 - -- -- -- - ----- -- . - -----< !
v. Mrs. A. E. Sidenberder, Rockneld, American Committee for Ar ooooo ooo ooooo. oooooo o..OOOtoo..O .OOO. ..O.I t
menlan and Syrian Relief. 2740.00
Ind., states: "For an attack of bronchial National Allied Relief Committee
trouble which usually assailsme (for Italian children).. .1740.00

Grocery Company in the spring I find Chamberlain's Commliilon American va.ted Committee France for Relief for.In..De'_B"I.HalrtIIm.Rlif _... 660.00 I Tax NoticeNotice .1

Cough Remedy the only thing that -. -..... 4ZO 00
gives me relief. After using it for a : Committee.; ... 660.00: .
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Halifax School for the Blind, 600.00
few days; all signs of bronchial trouble Reserved pending vote of Committee -
A Wholesale and Retail Dealen-.- -in disappears. ____.-.-,_.________ 600.00

GROCERIES. Why continue raising cattle ticks Total to July Appropriation.1. '18, __ _Oct_____'17$8740000 is hereby given that the :
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Exchange chanted by bank .10
in Osceola county when we can raise .
Balance unappropriated. 1180
better cattle as soon as the ticks are The extracts from an article in the Tax Books of Osceola County will ::

eradicated. At the election on No- New York Times show the necessity

. . . ., 1 . . 0, . 0 001010 10100 vember 6th vote yes for compulsory for all the help that can be given to 'be open for collection on November' |
,. 0 0 dipping of cattle. these )little ones.
,. WE SELL WE BUTCOUNTRY MRS. G. W. BEST, furnish
first. I am now ready to tax :
HAT A TWICE-TOLD TALE Chairman Tin Box Fund.
A HIDES When the American Red Cross, on estimates. In about al-
taxes
writing : : :
.J. its work for
GRAIN One of Interest to Our Readers. Aug 12, 1917, organized ,
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FURS
Good news bean repeating, and the women and children of France
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FERTILIZERS ., give a complete description
) under the Children's Bureau of the Ways
*. WOOL ,r when it is confirmed after a long
SHINGLES I !4 lapse'of time, and if we hesitated to Department of Civil Affairs' in '
AND H believe it at first hearing, we feel secure France, with Dr. William Palmer Lu- your property and enclose, postage
ORANGE BOXES. in truth The Professor of Children's 'Diseasesat
accepting its now. cus,
.,. ORANGE WRAPS, .. ... ALL" following experience of a Kisfilmmee\ the University of California, as for reply. A discount 2 per cent :
1 man is confirmed after three years: : Chief, Mrs. Lucas accompanied her

p VEGETABLE .CRATES ... ... PRODUCT- .. J. B. Dilard 212' Emmett St., Kis- husband to France' and joined 'in his will be_ allowed on all taxes:paid during -
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.. - slmmeee, says: "About three, years work.
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i-f ,.. CRATE. NAILS, .0.; '... ., ago I was laid up with rheumatic "Six hundred and eighty Belgian' the month.of November.

.- .... *.. 0 -. *+ '* ., ... 1010 0.111.. ....000 pains., and believe'my trouble was children arrived on the morning train. ,
X.; -" - brought'on 'by the disordered condition It was indescribable; all these 'little C. L. BANDY -4
Wo sell field and garden seeds of aH J bnds.JR of my kidneys. I was in M bad children thin, sickly looking, alone; y

R WI give special attention to fitting out hunting and.. camping parties. shape' as .any ,one could be. J had all of them between the ages of 4
I Free'dsBvery in city limits. "Phone No.. IZo' \' ' taken most every hind of medicine and 12. It Is impossible to picture it Tax Collector.. *

1 :W. an county ...... for pod fertiHzars. -AA as for circular aida pries,, but got no relief,until'I.took Doan's for you. Those poor children calling e2-se I ':.

'w 'on. fertilizer.., __ (-U.-T S. Fool. ,Admlnlrfratiom,,,...+ ...,:- fc ..License_- *. .No. G-22092).- .HSSM Kidney..Pills.j. :; j I; noticed,, their good Vive 1a France!' then '!lve la Bel-, .. .. .., ...- ...... ......,.'......_.......' ... .... .. .. .... ....' ,

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY NOVEMBER I. 1918 M

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recognize the patriotism of the youthof Catty votes, and I think you will ioner in this County for four year "

K1SSIMMEE, GAZETTEr to underestimatethe GUY AND 0. R. BASS agree with me that I ought to have vial 1911.1914 inclusive. My record
the nor
country
D.H. them. If a Knott voter thinks I then made 'is'1 open to inspection. I,t
e value of their co-operation. The should have his vote I will appreciateit. pledge myself ,to a fair honest and
EveryKlMlaaaae ........7''. Council realized that if one boy could It Is not the old fight I am making clean business administration of the

.r Valley Ou tt* <.- ..> raise |,5 and send it "over there" to ., its principal. funds of the County and a faithful' $

KlMlaBBM Kl...*. provide the Y. M. C. A. comforts to MAKE FINAL APPEAL TO VOTERS Finally, I am a poor man, and I discharge of all the duties of the of. 'b
I have no one to finance me or my cam fice. 0. R. BASS.. tAN
.....t soldier for three months, there
w. B. HairrU.R. Pre one paign and I will not be able to see ..
O. "... Asiaew., Seeretarya I would be numbers of lads throughoutthe -- you all personally but I have tried to

''....... T4.. 11 j je. who would be proud of reach you a* best I can, and I leave ORDINANCE. ,0 a
country STATEMENT FROM 0. R. BASS I ITo i I STATEMENT FROM B. H. GUY in hands. In district AN ORDINANCE: To amend section "4,
my case your my .
._....... Rater : this service, so it established a "Earn the Voters.of Osceola County: I I I To the Voters of Oaceola County: I am going to take out another the City tIT of of the Klunlmme.Revised Ordinances Florida, of or;, ""'

Oae' Copy One Tear..............It.0. and Give" movement asking each In view of the recent developmentsin !, The report has come to me that Mr. majoritv against Mr. Bass the same December. loot 116 relative to tb. ..

One Pa. Copy.Copy, Three nix Months Montba.-..,....._.....?.. 1,00'.71 '! boy to pledge himself to earn $5 for the matter'of the election of a O. R. Bass expects to circulate among s I did against Mr. Sommersett, the regulation" Streets of and the Alley speed of of said Vehicles. City s In i'.j!
Ihifcause.{ The Council is calling for County Commissioner from the Fifth the people upon the eve of the election and, Mr. Arnold in the primary. FIR IT ORDAINED By THIS! COUNCIL J 'I
All communications except from ouraathorls.d :: ,volunteers in this army, Commissioners District of Osceola 1 a statement that 'will bear the Yours very respectfullyJ OF THE CITY OF K1SRIMMEE! : :
besigned one million Section 1. That Section tS7 of lbs 1.
oorreapondcots roust interpretation that he Is "The Demo- .
.Florida I feel justified in
County Revised Ordinances of the-City of Xi.f f
the significent ,
by Ui writer. them -
Rejected matter will not fcs .returned and have given making a further statement regard cratrc Candidate for County Commissioner Blmmee. Florida, of December. lat' ,'
antes oiled for. C slogan "One Million Boys. Behind One ing my candidacy for the office. I for the Fifth Commissioner'sDistrict CANTEEN WORKERS WANTED 11** be Amended to read nit follows: ,

Million, Fighters." My only opponent for the office is of Osceola County,". by rea- The Red Cross: Department of Personnel free. til. No person shell operate '
vehicle In
(Entered In the Postoffle at Klaalm. or drive a any street at a.
SBe*. Florida, aa .cond-claas matter) The lads, of Osceola county'' will be B. II. Guy. the present holder, of the son of the action of the Board oC through-Mis director T. G. rate of speed greater than Is reasonable
same personally, I have no exception j County (. mmissioners, in refusing1upon and safe havingrpgrnrd to truffle, 'i"
asked ,to serve in this campaign under to Mr. Guy. It has, however, the advice of an Orlando firm of AVoclford: has, just received a call for location and the aafely of the, public
C. E. Hut In no case shell the rate of apeetfexceed
County Superintendent come to be the belief of a large faction attorneys instead of taking the' Rd. women canteen and hut workers in Twenty-five mile per hour.
Yowell,and wilt be given their quota< of the voters of the county that I vice of its regular attorney as they overseas service. The call Is', urgent In CroBalnfr any atreet., or turning; an'stret'corner ';
is understood the amount of the policies adopted by Mr I first indicated their intention to do, the rate of speed nhalt ;
though it ) some Inasmuch as the quota needed by the not miles' per hour. ;5.
which advice costs the county an at cedA1no .A
raised them will be counted In Guy as a member of the Board of I Hoc. n or part of
tt II yO by I County Commissioners can be changed torney's fee to place my name upon Southern, Divisionmust: be met within ordinances In conflict herewith b" an t'
; our county quota. to the general benefit of the Coun- the official ballot as the Democratic the next six weeks the same are hereby repealed.
first and second time by unanimous
Itead
The. girls are not forgotten, either ty. It is this progressive element of Nominee. This is a rare opportunity for capable a, consent and unanimouslypaaaed "I
but are asked trf aid their country by the County that I represent' 1 ,am taking'' this last opportunityto women desiring to do duty In: open session, this 1st day of:

supplying a portion'of the funds for At the same time that the petition communicate and to call with you through. to thepapers exercise abroad; and the many women in the October..AtliD': "118. '. I
,Council's- work. They will ,be of my neighbors in the Fifth Districtwas upon you in'tbe J. R. OM.HKRT, 1". H. LAWSON.
the that Is
with Southern Division
right of suffrage '
handed to me, asking me to enter your City Clerk. President. "
STATE PRE55P called "Victory'Girla." and are expected the race. I went into the question of due care and caution. states of Georgia Florida Tennessee (SEAl.), .- ,

to earn $5 each for this fund. th" status of Mr,, Guy's claim for the Let us look at the physiclal facts North and South Carolina who have A.Approved II. 1'11I. this-, Ird day of October.. ."

Miss Lola Lawler 'will be county nomination.. As a'' good Democrat surrounding the case: Mr. Bass was been anxious to ally themselves with .. Joiw .R CAD!' '", '
to not a candidate in,the primary at all: u-".. Mayor. ;
not contest
'and it
chairman of the Victory Girls was my purpose nd active Red Cross service abroad can
I was candidate in the primary '
a
with him in the. election if
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1,, 1918 will be assisted by Miss,, Maude Alice he was the Democratic general nominee. thecanvassing board declared moXhe not afford to overlook these newly FINANCIAL' JOH.NH' KTATKMRNT I1nA'\A(:1A UWTHICT.Oet. OP I'PPKKNT. ..

Wagner' assistant chairman This is clear/ from the following extract nominee; Mr. Sommersett was a Ai- anouhced openings., .
THE HUNS ARE HERE.. that appears in the proceedingsof didate In the' primary and contest 2e ". SIT.. ..; II..... Sot.. 1MB.

There are evidently some Huns OSCEOLA LADS WHO ARE the Board of County Commissioners my nomination and it resulted in Mr. .Ick a stamp to lick the Kaiser.*
if not in at the meeting of October 7th, Sommersett not being' ordered to be O..tob..r'JIIlh Balance* 1S17... uua e1 i
right here in Kissimmee, I FOLLOWING THE COLORS 1918. as related in the St. Cloud Tribune nominated. Now Mr. Sommersett 'In our better moments think of Uniform Acreage Tax 116... Tl,IV:
least in principle l which is being I Annual Installment Tax }917 nOn.fll'
at Roll the General Elec-
nationality, Osceola's Honor refuses to run in
of October 24 A, D. 1918 and the boys who' are fighting that you Bank Loans ____._________.. 10000.00( )
judging from the vandalism which : compiled by the Patriotic League the Kissimmee Valley Gazette and tion. He would have a better rightto ..
continues to and these be on the ticket in the general election may live in a better world. Do your U81U.Unank
The girls grow
wrought here last ,night. the St. Cloud Herald of October
was with its cluster I'I names Should be added to the list: 25th. A. D. 1918: than Mr. Bass, under the Cir- part. Keep your war savings pledge. Pllld..lu8....
Interest H
beautiful lighting post Loans and
several Sergeant Homer Tindal 124th Inf., "Mr. Oliver Bass appeared before cumstances. But if what' I hear of ---;;--. -- -- Warrants Paid, ......._. It&os.SS
of globe. which has for ,': Co. B, Camp Wheeler.. the board and filed his petition in accordance Mr. Bass' position is true he would ANNOUNCEMENTThe Balance, .. -- ....Z160TB.tr.
:yearn* adorned the corner at the Cit. Corporal Kirby Smith Co. F, 300 A, to law that his name mightbe have the people believe that because 188749.74H.

'. hens Bank was pushed 'from its I M. M. Train A. E. F. placed on the ticket for the general he was NOT in the primary is a better undersigned hereby announces (SIGNED) I.8* V1N0., -.
and wrecked and a brick : Ernest Oliver, overseas. election as a candidate for County reason that the people should vote his candidacy for the office of County Treasurer,
foundation : Paul Blackwell Infantry' Officers. I Commissioner in District No.5. lie for him in this election. I took an Commissioner from the Fifth Com- ..
was thrown through the handsome that I would stand the dem- District Osceola County
Camp Pike Ark. I stated that if the board placed Mr. oath by missioner's of
glass sign In front of the Overland Harold Herzberg. S. A .T. C., Uni B. II. Guy on the ticket as the Democratic ocratic nominee. Mr. Bass has tookno Florida to be voted upon Pt the Classified Advertisements

garage. Such acts are 'right in line. versity of Florida. nominee that he would, support such oath. General Election to be held in November -

t with the depredations committed by Bert II. Wells, S. A. T. C., Universityof : Mr. Guy as such, but'that. if the When Judge Perkins made. an or- 1918. ;
horror Florida.Verne I board held that there nomineeand der saying that I wall not the nom In explanation of my candidacy I FOR 8AI-B-About bead hn :
was no
II the Germans which have caused I inee and failed to who the Primary and pigs' half brewl) Tamwortha.clean .
Wilson S. A. T. C., Universityof name any one beg to say: Just following -
the each was required to file 'a peti- .n.i i healthy, and fit to fatten.
and indignation throughont to order else to be Election in June of this ,
Florida.: tion to get on the ticket, he would was, or any one yearan If Intereated. advise when comlna:
civilized world. Any one knowing Henry Singletary. S. A. T. C., Stet nominated in my place he took away election contest between the two( a.. that I may be kept In Pen. ..Apt e, 'y 3

the guilty parties will perform a son University. run."Petition of O. R. Bass and petition ' from the people of Osceola county high candidates for the Democratic ply P. W. HlLu NAUtCOOSSEK.\ _

patriotic act by reporting them to the Clifford Lester S. A. T. C., Stetson of B. IL. Guy signed by the re- the right: to choose for themselves.My nomination of this office occurred.After FOR SALE-One of the beat bargainsIn '
University. quisite number of voters to qualify attorney says he never decidedthe the case was tried out ana evidence a house In Klanlmmee, If you. Mr.
proper authorities. Richard Bullock S. A. T. C., Stetson them to be placed on the general election case, and I believe he did not do given by both parties who Hnuneiireker. want a snap Call at
oERADICATE University. ballots as candidates for edec- so,. because he did not say who the were J. B. Somersett and B. 11. Guy (200:.30 Bryan p. m. q for.' reel further at any. Information.J. time after. .
? THE TICK. Burton Amos S. A. T. C., Stetson' tion as County Commissioners of nominee should be, if I was not. the Judge of the Circuit Court. Hon- A. nARCLAY. 46.WANTKD I'
Judge Perkins cannot, by his order orable James W. Perkins found that
of the Unit'ereity.Loyal District No.. 5, were filed in open
Mrt H T. Cory engineer -
x nominate a candidate and he cannot Somersett had the most ballots but
M. C.
Co. Q. ,
s' of L. I..ane., Supply board. -To buy orange grove fromtoreell
Reclamation Service Department A. E. F., France. I was finally placed on the ticketas anymore dispose of a nominee of the that both Somersett and Guy were haa a reaaon for wantlnor
the' Interior Washington, has recently Marion Tindall ,U. S. Navy .Key a result of the proceedings, of the people than he can nominate. He can disqualified because neither of them other than speculation. Artdrca -
Fla. t-H.
Box 283 Orlando ,
apply 'the law to the facts of an election for the Democratic nomi-
fs' the had voted
made .a tour throughout West, Fla. Board at its meeting of October 12th
and determine from the facts nee for Governor, at the last General RENTNice Furnished Houae.
Osceola county Alonzo Hart, France. A. D. 1918 as narrated in the same FOR
Ifry State, Including: Leon Estey. issues of the same. as follows: and the law,' who the people have Election: but ,on teh contrary each Apply to J. McPhatter. M-lT
studying the advisability of Florida papers? chosen. This the intention '
y was of the had voted for a man-not the Democratic
Ward Estey. "The matter of placing B. H. Guyon FOR 8AtK-Eighty acres; IS acre
lands for 'farm colonies for returning Lee Rogers.JamMatheny. the ticket as the Democratic nom. contest against me by Mr. Sommer. nominee. As they were offeringin cleared and under fence.: I acres inbearing

soldiers at the close of the war. It :: :1st Pioneer Inf., Co. inee was called for final settlement : sett and when he failed to'get the a Democratic Primary under a law e'pretlmb.orange grove..)> on; 11,000 tract; worthof four- .
colonies will be E. F. it been carried the nomination I was the nominee still. requiring voters in'such a primary to
it expected that these C.; A. having over from room house and Also' 30
,4' Government Veriion Voodall. Key West. FU.I regular session of the board Monday The Booard of County Commissioners vote in the General Election only for head o l a egd bunch of
Federal
Z financed by the > Lanier in training, Mississippi\ October 7th the session at their regular meeting in Democratic nominees, they were range hogs loose on the range.
an to adjourned
iMr, 3ory expressed himself ai Service. October, went on record recogniz neither of them qualified to be the Farming tools and Implements Located -
300 Aero .
Sgt. Joe N. Taylor,. for settlement.: Commissioner Ernest near Kenanavlil. Price 14,600;:
strongly impressed with the opportunities Squadron overseas. Mach then presented a written opinion ing me as the democratic nominee Democratic nominee for County Commissioner half cash balance terms to suit. B-
: 'of live stock developments'in Albert Boss, Camp Jackson Columbia which the board obtained from but them I was' told' ,, that some one bluffed in this coming Gen..lElection. H. Guy. Kenanavllle. Fla. 23-tf' .
out by saying that some lawyer He therefore decided that
this State; it is likely that a considerable S. C. Jackson Columhis Robinson & Bridges a law firm of had said that if I went on the ticketas there was no Democratic nominee for FARMERS-Send. today foe a free sample nfJN&'V''
colonies Gordon Bass Camp Orlando which .opinion stated clearly copy of the FloridaStockman Farmer andiBV.r,
soldier
number of these the nominee
S. C. that there was no Democratic nominee every act I of the County Commissioner from the Fifth, published i lit Jacksonville. W'r
will be located in Florida. Don Sohnson, Camp Jackson, Columbia ; for the office of county commissioner Board during the ,coming two years District' chosen in the June Primary Trill about livestock raising, dairy"J .. .I
would be void. citrus fruit and truck- .
should \ They were influenced, thereby making it for all Ing- poultry
this necessary
citizens of county
The S. C. for the 5th district said opinIon perhaps.. tag twice a month at toe per year-
by this
.'Tftot forget that no such colony will bet Orar!; Simmons, Comp Jackson Columbia being based upon the final decree( absurdity. I say I candidates for County Commissionerfrom three years for II 00. Only livestock
absurdity advisedly, because when the Fifth District otherwise and general la the ,I'
or farmingpaper
.established in any, county which has S.Camp C.t;' Jackson f ft:; '.''" ; Columbia t. of the circuit court dated July 30th, the people have passed on who I to go on the ballot at the General{ .. Write today '' .,,r..
Tom Ivey f 1918.
rot completely eradicated,the.( tick ;s., C"iilit'iltlht"!: .; ( ) ''t:'.;iiliY'.qN',"." , >"Thereupon Commissioner J. K. shall be elected by ballot, it will cure Election by petition. FOR RKNT- -room house furnished; '
and should,,vote',yea'.for; ,,compulsory: JlntdlIilliard,ij Camp Jackson,' Columl Milliard made* a motion that the any defeat that would heretofore existed Friends of mine in the Fifth Di,. 10-room house furnished; house... I
.
of'cattle at'the*election;November ''' l s dipping 'umbia.'S'I'C' names of 0.' R. Bass Guy the Board rescinded Mra. E. K. Wella tfj: ,
its I
5th. Louis Schmidt, Camp Jackson, Columbia be placed'on the general election ballot afternoon action at the me to be a candidate for the office ' .
S. C. by petition'' each having filed IIlteUt.on session of the Board. at the of County' Commissioner from DWELLINGS for rent. Apply to M. .
4) adjourned meeting on the 12th, they the Fifth District, Osceola County Tiller.
.r
in accordance to law motion
Make Osceola county safe for good Miss Helen Bass, assistant sponser seconded by Commissioner A. F.Bass inson had the& letter from the Messrs Rob- Florida. I have accepted the petition]I FOR SALE-Second-hand Ford car. "
w Bridges of Orlando
} that and offer for the office.,
was at attractive prices. Osceola Motor
Vote for compulsory dipping chairman for the and carried. request was granted.
cattle. is
yea or the'elague, published in the Valley Gazette on Everyone in my District knows me' Co. SOT Broadway.FdR .
of cattle so the cattl ticks can Honor Roll committee, .and names of It'will thus be been that I am not the 18th, which was replied to in the but as the office will be voted on all I .

+ be eradicated. he boys who are following the colire opposing but the Democratic much nominee Mr. Guy; last Issue.otL,1, both the Gazette and the over the County and some of, the model BALK. three-One, visible Kmeraon: as good Typewriter as new., '
her. equally as as
to
should be reported am St Cloud Tribune by Mr. Milton voters of the Conuty may not knowme Apply :Valley Oasette. If.I .
the nominee of the Democratic party.
On account of. there being only one Pledger the regular attorney for the I state that I am a Democrat and I
Mr. Guy is making an effort to assume 'WILL TRADE) or exchange city property -
Board.
BULLETIN.From Yes it is ,
of' ENFLUENZA only a repetition of have always voted as a Democrat. for country property or stock ',
September this fall, the price .oys- a position similar to that occupied II) :
k advanced Board of Health.) the condition that existed between held the office of County Comm!> of any kind R C Miller. I8-tf
1 ten in the local market has ( the State by Mr. Catts in his race for Governor Gov. Catts and Mr. W. V. Knott :- : se- -eapi
To keep well keep clean. Wash and is claiming the support of two
CO per cent. years ago./ They robbed the Gover-
jour hands before each meal. Don't Catty adherents. I do not think anyone nor of his nomination, by a subterfuge -I

The cattle tick quarantine yoke 70 to crowded places. Avoid the person Judge can Perkins say the does causes not are state the in same.his and I 'have been treated the

k must be shaken off. At the election who sneezes. Smother your order that he discredits Mr. Guy because same way.of Osceola It is therefore up to the

on November 5th vote je for ,compulsory : cough in' your handkerchief. Keep he voted, for Mr. Catts. I per their people votes ,on Nov.county 6th, who to the say -bv ,

dipping of cattle. '" :out of dirty restaurants. Warmth is sonally am of the opinion that Mr. pIe in my district nominated peo for f
Be well clothed. Soda is Catty in the light Of all that took County Commissioner.My t'
necessary in the last gugernatorial race, d.
ticks area gang of thieves,. of Infection place friends \
_Cattle unnecessary. Why run the risk was the choice of voters of the State refused to allow "
tealing blood from our cattle and with a dirty glass. Safety and properly elected. I yield to no retire from the race, then the Board

menacing the cattle industry in Os- lies in boiled dishes. A common tow one in my allegiance to him, and sup refused to recognize me as the nominee .'

; ' ceola county: Their eradication el is only fit for filthy 'people. Youwouldn't port of him as Governor.Mr. of because I owed It to the people ,;
my district who had nominated
contest for the nomination
Guy's
means stamping out pf the most serious use my tooth brush. Whyuse which he ailed' to secure was me frJtwo opponents for the office, !

i cattle disease in this county. At my drinking cup T Sleep well. with his opponent Sommersett, not and filed petition for me. Onthe _

r the election on November 5th vote Don't worry. wit hme. I did not enter the race: until other hand I have been told by men

( ,,1 yes for compulsory dipping cattle., Instructions to Householders. it was evident that Mr' Guy was who signed Mr. Bass' petition 'that itwas .
represented to them : a
unless not properly the man to go on the as an Inducement ;
Keep out of the sick room ticket Democratic'candidate.. to get them to sign that I
: as a
:l w The Board of Trade of St. Cloud attendance is necessary. Do not Because my Democracy is unim- was retired from the race and wa .

Is sending out a neat illustrated fold- handle articles coming from the sick peached because I have already served not going to insist on the nomination 4TYJ
r
3 e r. descriptive of the "Wonder City" room until they are boiled. Allow no the party in this office for four or that election. Other men have told me .

? jr ,' 'end its advantages. It contains pictures visitors, and not go visiting. Call a the years office in the has past the and approval my record of the in quest they but that signed they his told petition the bearer on re of

. 4 l of the churches schools, waterworks doctor for all inmates who show people of.this county, and because in the petition that they would not vote .

, and a beautiful lake scene. signs of beginning sickness. The usual the opinion of my friends I can advance for Mr. Bass. .

This folder will be worth many times symptoms are: inflamed and watery the 'condition of the county by Finally I wish to call the people'i ,.

( 'f; its .cost in attracting attention to our discharging, nose, backache, ueveVping the progressive policies attention to the announcement of Mr, ,';,
'ister city. eyes muscular pain and fever,, that I am known to favor and pledged Da... First he insists that he I U j I ; :
.:.' headache to support, I feel that I can justlyask a progressive candidate and that I y
Y. 7, Keep away from crowded places, the voters of this county to elect am the reactionary. I want it, made .
, ; ''The ,Gazette has been requested to. such as "movies" theaters, street mo at the coming general election. plain that the main backers of Mr. ......,

:. \ ;ieuggeat that all church members car8. See to it that your childrenare I ask your vote. Respectfully, Bass is responsible for my not having .:,,

1, :; '; .is; end their regular contributions to kept warm and dry both night O. R. BASS. accomplished more for my dis
J "
"' )Democratic Candidate for County trict during the current two years
!7 ;the "treasurers of their various and day. Have sufficient fire in your Commissioner from the Fifth Com than I have. Every piece of road I 'i

. -:tl j :t churches. Every 'church organlza- home to disperse the dampness Open missioner's District, Osceola County, have tried to get built their effort THERE IS A MIGHTY ,GOOD REASON 'WHY ,
'. tion in Kissimmee has dismissed its windows at night.! If cool weather Florida.no are against me. Second: You will EVERYONE

I cervices for.nearly a month to aid in your prevails add extra bed clothing. note that Mr. Bass' makes a bid for SHOULD BUY OURHIGH. QUALITY" GROCERIES. -..IT IS ':
the Knott votes; or it amounts to ECONOMY TO DO SO. k':
\ 5 tamping, out the influenza epidemic, Instructions for Workers. matter how slightly see a physi that in substance Furthermore, I '

"t r" but the ministers are doing double Walk to work if possible. Avoid. clan. .If you have had influenza, stay wish it understood "that I have just OUR QUALITY GROCERIES MAY COST YOU A CENT OR ;

rwi ,; duty, In some instances and at any crowded street cars. Avoid the person in bed until your doctor says you can been informed that Mr. C. A. Carson TWO A POUND MORE THAN THE POORER KINDS BUT YOU I

yt J f, rate they are tinder the came obligation who coughs or sneezes Wash safely get up.CORRESPONDENTS. Jr., Is said to be financing Mr. Bassicampaign. '' USE LESS AND IN THE END THE POUND COSTS,LESS. ... 'xJ
meet the first of the month Mali full It is known that Mr. Car- '
to hands before eating. .,
y 1 t
your son was a very ardent and enthusiastic THEN THE PURITY OP OUR QUALITY GROCERIES IS A ::1
\ Mlle as every other citizen hence use of all available sunshine. Df not WANTEDThe supporter of Mr. Knott two yean GUARANTEE OP HEALTH POR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY '

'?' very person U urged to do iiis duty use a common towel. It spreads dis Gazette wants a correspondent ago and it is also known that Mr. '

I by his church and keep their dues. ease.' Should you cough br' sneeze,, in community in Osceola county Bass also worked for and supportedMr. BUY WHERE YOU GET,GOOD STUFF AT THE RIGHT PRICE. .

.paid up.BOYS cover nose or mouth with a- hand: Send every in'the. newel it will help the friends. Knott.will douftleO Yet Mr. Bass have the and people his GIVE US YOUR GROCERY ORDER TODAY, ..j

I kerchief. Keep out off crowded pla paper and will keep your faction'before 'believe that' this case is- not analogous -
EARN AND GIVE- ces. Walk in the open'air rather than the public. to that of the Catts-Knott THE COT PRICE CASH GROCERYPHONE

VICTORY GIRLS ORGANIZE go to crowded,, places of amusement,, eontrovesy. You see I have got to

Sleep Is necessary 'for ,well-being-' In the comforts of your home,thinkof fight the same people that Catty
f'', "UniW'W&I' fought and it is purely for the season 141,, 422 BROADWAY ;
Work ConnH over-eiertion.
'WMD \th. avoid Eat good' clean the boy "over there. Have yon .
for Cotta that I have
'* 'outlined their campaign for raga food. Keep away from bo-.. when kept ,.OUll' pledge to help support him got that to do'I'voted it.' Certainly I am,'aa a OUT OF TOWN ORDERS SHIPPED SAME DAY ,

v: :ff:.1170,600,000, it ,!!14 not fail to there !are eases of inft..ua.11 sick,,, by Investing iq war savings stamps' ? matter of principal( entitled to thi .
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. .. THE KISSOIMEE.VALLErGAEBTTEiFR1DAY, NOVEMMR.1. .INS, .t FIVEm -
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Charles Breaker'' came home this' '

f INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS i'I week from Savannah, where h. baa

,been employed by the government I DEATHSA. I ;C
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I ,For Sale-Four mule., J,w. Miller i for short stay with his family,

I 46-tf, Hear Frieda Hemple sing "Alohi rp r t
Oe" on the New Edison "The Phonograph L. JOHNS. 1FU
Weather Huffman the E
: Report Miss Mona spent 1
: with a Soul" Central Drug A. L. Johns'a young: man about
week-end'with her parents at Daven-
20 old ,
succumbed to
. Store. years pneumonia .-
port. Wednesday at f o'clock p.* m., at''
i Following are dall,'tempera- Vick's Salve, 30c at, Central Drug' Rafe McLaughlin and family have the home of his mother Mrs. George nIl
moved back to Kissimmee from St. NItO
tuna and precipitations as reported Store. .. I Allman in the extreme North) K4sImmee. .
by' Government station I Cloud, and Rafe is back on his old
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Oliver are in . j
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at Kissimmee fog the week end- tor fr
job, driving'a trash wagon the ,
ing Thursday October 24th. receipt of a card: announcing' the"safe city Rev. Milton conducted a short] funeral :' \

Ma. Mln.' ]Bain arrival overseas, of their son James. service at the Tindall cemetery,, rA448

Thurd-91 70 Get those Cough ,Syrups ,you need : E. G. Duckworth district chairmanof and the body was Interred Thursday' a '
the War Council Kis
Work was a
afternoon. ,
Friday-------- 88 73 from,us. We have the line. Central: '
Saturday ..... 86 72 Drug Store. simmee visitor' Monday in the interests This la the second member of the PRACTICALLY EVERY PVRNITIHB RBQflHKMHNT can be
of the approaching campaign for supplied from our large and varied stock.
John's family to become the victimof
_ 85 70 1.80
I
Sundry ?-- Mrs. B. Simpson returned .last. that organization.Mrs. .
!l nday, ._.*. 82 67 week from Key West where\ she was I influenza within ,the last, few Whether It be a Ingle Itorti or outfit for one room or furniture r'S

; Tuesday,. ...... 83 69 called by the illness of her sister, Mrs Gay Livingston and Miss Louise weeks for the entire house, we can show you goods that wilt plea.. ypu ii' to
I' Thomason motored to Orlando to quality. style and price.. '
I Wednesday ... 85 70 Price.
\IIVick' \I ., I take Miss Eyre home. Miss Erye hal WALTER W.:: FOX-

.tOO..O..OO., .. For 'Rent-Two furnished flats, been nursing Mr. Livingston throughan Walter W. Fox, son of Mr. and': Otir ... .itlo- from .k. ,..|...... mw Mini vrltk a "I.""" .. .
with modern cone Jiiencel: W. B. I,1..r .. f.lt'vadee ( .. ...
attack s fmtr or every liar .apded wMh
of pneumonia.Cards Mrs. Geo. W. Fox, who died in New .
.. for the "Flu," at Central Harris, Gazette of flee. 38-tf
Drug Store. have been received by the York City October 17th, waa buried : You will' profit by our experience In buying and anxiety to please, all

Glen Rose, who is employed in a parents of Sergeants Lee ,MdLoan and in NeKv Gray, cemetery, Knoxville of' which ,wilt be apparent when we> deliver your purchases '

'.. lire Chas. Alexander, of Yale,, shipyard at Jacksonville, came home Roy Graves, announcing their safe Tenn., October 20th. His father; one I

n; ia the guest' of Mrs., J. Hart this, week and spent a few days. with arrival overseas. This means that of Kissimmee'a attorneys .and property C. H. GRANTHAM

this week. his mother s Co. B'is soil. owners.' was with him at.the
now on foreign "Th Sot .( ctory Store" ;
If you have a cough; "ee (b.., Our J. J. Hatalla, of Dillonvail, Ohio, is Buy that 6-room house with great time of his death, being called thereby
Syrups ''''will relieve. Central DrugStore prominent among the winter'' residents telegram. The deceased gradual
big lot, plenty room for garden;
who are making', pcissimme 1 I,chickens, lawn and good horse, cow,1 ed at Cumberland University at tho ,

Peter McCutoheon one of Union their home this year. He is ,a guestat chickens, housefurnishings; only age of 21' years, then practiced law Deer Park and Raulson. School,

Center's prosperous farmers, was in the Osceola hotel. '$1800. Nelson' Realty Company. .j wit hhis father at Knoxville for three SHINGLE CREEK ,' William II. Kempfer.KenanevilieR .
town Thursday looking after busi For the past ten he hal V '
Dan Whidden has returned home years. years Phillips.
Mr. and Mrs. James Minzles, of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sparks and
,
I
flees from Tampa where he was called lived in New York, where he has been Narcoossee-Fred W. Hill.
'Lowell, Mass., were among the out little niece, Dona Niswonger, of Shel-
Air. and l MrR E. D. Kate accompanied some days ago to,the bedside of relatives 'of towp visitors arriving in .Kl sim- very successful in business. lie invented Ohio arrived J last Saturday to Kissimmee Park-R. R. Hamilton. ( cLokoeeeF
'
by, ,
Mrs. .Dorothy Smith.to.Tampa ill with the influenza.- lie reports what is known as the "Fox M. Edris.; 't.'
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last making the home of J. F.
mee Friday. 'They are spend the winter at
Wednesday, for the day. They made ,all convalescing when he left. their home at the Osceola hotel and Photo Plane an attachment to large Mrs Sparks is a sisterof Shingle Creek-C. A."'Garrett..
Niswonger.
,
pianolins making them accord with (\Mulberry Sink-B. C. Hancock.:
the trip in their car. i P. A. Vans Agnew, a prominent ,will likely remain all:season" ? Mr. Niswonger.
the pictures shown on ..the screens in East Lake-Ira Weatherby Jr; ,
Mrs. B. G. Methvin of Sanford attorney of Jacksonville, and former who is employedas ,.
In the casualty list published l last large picture chows, which, has become Walter Bronson Center Park-L. E. Partin.laseville' . ,
spent Friday with her parents Mr. member of the law firm of Vans Agnew -
of pick-
foreman
field an
,Tuesday the name of'Sgt. Dorsett very all the Unit. orange # and Lake
popular over Alligator W.
and Mrs. T., J. Duke while. en route and Crawford spent a few hoursin ing crew near Narcoossce spent the -
Soodwin was reported as having died ed States and Canada. lie was a II. Mann. \
home from Dade City. the city Tuesday on a business with his family and owing
week-end ,
wounds battle '
:
'' from 'on the front bright youngRman with a sunny disposition 'Ashton-W P. Tlson.'
Miss Ruby Duke and Miss Lessio Mission. to an attack of illness, did not returnto
;overseas. "Dorsey as he was fa- and numbered his friends by Union Center-Fred Harvey., .
Gray who have been the of Fred Bass returned from until Tuesday morning.C. ,
guests Saturday known inKlssimmee his work .
lived Clark's
milliarly formerly the thousands for he traveled exten-_ School-W., W. Clark "
Mr. and Mrs."T,, J, Duke for the week Washington where he had gone on where he attended school. sively. Many beautiful flowers were A. Garrett has ''been appointed County Superintendent 'of Public

left Monday for Sanford. a mission connected with a military lie wag a bright' boy; and had many sent from various places at the time chairman of the Shingle Creek section Instruction 'C.; E.; Yowell, will orranize : {

'Mr.. and Mrs. D. 'IV Alderman and appointment.' Fred states that be Friends here who will regret to learn of Ms death. lie leaves his father for the United War 'Work cam- the lads of'the, county 'in ,an

Miss DeRheta motored to Orlando desired to enter the Motor Transfer ,of his death.. and mother, of this city, and two paign, which begins November 11th. Earn and Give movement, and Mis
Corps, and expects an appointmentto this is time and the chairman ,
Eugsday. Mr. Alderman is taking As a busy Maude
brothers. Ernest M. and Horace D. Alice "Wagner will direct
the
Treatment the Officers' Training SCamp at S. T. Fansler was called home from is the writeris .
form Dr. Christ. as busy as anyone
Knoxville who also lassies in similar
Jacksonville last week account of Fox, of ;Tenn, are a work.
Mrs. T. G. Duke was a Sanford visitor Camp Johnston any time. on knom here. sure he would appreciate having' Miss Carson District Chairmanand
J. O. Moore of Wellston 0. the illness Of hia family, who have those who wish to contribute to this
Thursday, spendingseveral Mrs local chairman for the Y. W.. c;
with influenza. lie
all been down
hours between trains with her who will be well remembered as haying ,turned Jacksonville where he re,is RADFORD YATES.J. fund do so without waiting be soli A. organization 'will plan the acttvU

daughter, Mrs. B. G.; Methvin.C. spent last winter here with herlusband 'to ; R. Yates, better known as "Rad- cited. ties of the women who are interested
employed, in .a phipyard, yesterday East overTue.day'to .
of Lake came
in the Ed. Tisop
'A. Whidden o( Sanford, has accepted -. Geiger ,bungalow, Fansler left his ford" Yates, a well known residentof in her department
On going' Mr. .
away I. P Ti-
,
his brother
the position of Express Mes- was a victim of pneumonia' last; weekat Fans this section, died Monday night at help 'Some- method will be taken to reach
truck farm in of Mrs.'
her home. During her stay In charge o'clock after short illness of influenza son, pic and haul fruit from groves the in this
8 and
senger on the Sugar Belt Ry., taking well a negroes campaign,
leT, and says she is doing as .
N. Kissimmee she made a circle of warm ; followed by pneumonia. His in this neighborhood.Irlo James M. Willson' Jr. bas'been
the place temporarily filled by S. ,
with it he could have done.
as who has been confined
received the sad Bronson
and these
Bullock.W. Friends remains were interred in the Shingle I appointed for this important mision.E. .
Intelligence of her death. Small farms, in town and suberbs Creek cemetery. to' his home for the,past ten days G. Duckworth district chairman
F. Ward a well known stockman -
of Kicco was in town Wednesday 25 Acre farm in town, fronts on that will please you.' Come' to Kis He leaves a widow' and seven children with an attack of influenza (is now who has practically given all
is the only
and Thursday of this week. brick on Main street, also on a good simmee, Florida, and save coal bills; between the ages of sixteen and convalescent. So far this his time to this mission since his np;

While here" he put up at the Gray-:; cross street, rich as any land in the live among the fruits and flowers, en- i three years ,old. Other near relatives case of the "flu"'that bas. appearedin ointment, spent some time here
vicinity. '
stone Hotel., country. Let us show it to you or joy life in, the open. Write u'a for, are) two sisters, Mrs. Dan Johnsonand this immediate Monday making: these appointments I,

write you about it, it's just the kind what you want. Nelson Realty -Co. i iI Mrs, S. Sylvester, and five broth As a precautionary measure owing and getting line on the situation., '"
Mrs. J.'M. Lee Miss Edna SchweiItart fact that home of the'scholars
tothe
to make big on. Nelson Realty William It is the Intention of ly
money Philip B. DeMandel grandson of, ers Edward, Henry, Floyd County Chairman -
I ,
and John Lee motored to Arca had,been exposed to the influenza the
Company. andAcla.1II Yates.. R. M. Evans to establish headquarters
Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Cochrane, was reported :
dia, Wednesday, to spend the week. i I school at this place [was closed Mon
(Udjrith Mn. Lee's daughter Mrs. C. H. Funk is :specializing- egg. )I seriously\ wounded in ,the casualty I HANCOCK-Oscar- Fullman Hancock -, day for the remainder of the week.If in some .convenient building:
J K? and this and list of October 20th. Since I II on Broadway, where the eount.ee*
Parker. plants peppers' year, to it will
I: 22 old son' of Mr. and nothing occurs prevent, '
then brief note has been received years retary or some other person will be
says he has the best' prospects he hAIl a i iI week.
The annual state convention of the I Mrs. B. G. Hancock, of MulberrySink open again the coming on hand to receive information at ani'time '
He about fouracres from him written at base hospital
ever had. planted : who has
of Florida which Walter Bronson
I Mrs.
Christian churches )I I died Camp
near Loughman, at
the the
as to of drive
in eggplant and about three' dated September 29th. He does not I program ,
was to have been held in Tampa C. October 22 and the been in poor health for some time
date he Sevier, S. on and each day a return will bl tabu-:.
before that
and one-half acres ,, in I and state how long,
about ten days ago, has been indefin- peppers t(, : remains were shipped home and in- went to Orlando Tuesday; to, consulta lated and the result shown on a large
norhow It
off seriously. .
has was wounded
just began shipping, getting
ately postponed physician. +", ,* , ,i ' '
the ;
terred in family burying'grounds. \ thermometer .
.
I county /
} I about 100 .this week Mr. i i. evident tit., written withgrreatveffbVtto.iallaytithe i ..
i was
Mr.. and Mrs. N.' C.. Pavers; winteri Punk'has j been'growing'eggplant"forthe ,,:Derates! : very ;{ '...'.fears t' of 1 '*" .. *, ,' ': ''. >,,,:P" G-gCromartle 6> ;Chas t been,,marketing : Each ,precinct ,will be ,assigned .its "
; .\ ?
\. : waa'received stuff.MKissimmee1"! for
residents of Kiscimmee : whose return SAUNDERS telegram : garden \ pro"' rata of the amount to be' subscribed
i is always pleasantly; anticipatedby past ten years, and says he has those at home. yesterday; by Mrs. Frank De- the past week being among the very and 'no cessation of activities

their many friends, are expected the; finest crop this year he has ever Ensign Nelson Russell who is stationed nig from W. W.- Saunders one, of few who have this kind of produce will be thought of till the last trenchIs

to arrive next week from their summer grown. at Key West came home Sat- the offlcers'on the Tampa-built ship at this season.RESOLUTIONS. taken and the county is "over' the

1, home in Cincinnati Ohio. Mrs. Minnie-Moore Willson has returned urday for a few days visit with his Agria stating that Mrs. Saunders top" with the full quota. ,

.' Mrs. II. W. Buttorff whose husband from her customary summer, mother, Mr*. E. A. Russell, and sister had just died in Jacksonville. Mr. ON THE DEATHOF To facilitate the work of securing:'

: enlisted with the marines and is trip; to New York City. She came ,' Miss Medorn. He is connected and Mrs. Saunders came to Tampa C. L. HYATT. subscriptions, pledge cards' will ,be

, "somewhere in France," has been the home by the water route saying she with the Naval Communication Ser- from Kissimmee several months ago, circulated. If partial payments are

guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. preferred the danger from the submarine vice ,which handler: the radio, the land and resided at 412 Cleveland street, Whereas God in his wisdom has necessary it is understood that 60

1 C.' Buttorff of this city. She returnedto to that of exposure to influenza lines, for all Florida, and the cable 'awhile the Agria was being completed. called from, the cares of this earth to per cent wit be paid on December 2,

her home in New York Tuesday. in the present condition of train communications Cuba etc., for the -Tampa Times, pct. 28. Mrs. Saun- Himself our beloved brother Dr.. C. 25 per cent on January 15, 1919, and
service. Mrs. Willson is always a government. Ensign Russell is a for ders formerly lived in' Kissimmee,
25 cent March: 1 1919.
,
Mr and Mrs. G. W. Fox returned L. andWhereas per ,
Hyatt,
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home Saturday from New York City, leading spirit in club activities and mer Kissimmee boy whose rapid pro her husband being for years a valued Our deceased brother, inhie The funds collected through this P

where they were called by the sickness 'any movement which stands for civic motion to his present office has beena employe of the Gazette. She leaves daily' walk; of life exemplified the campaign 'will be assigned to .the
>betterment and her return home will source of gratification to his many a host of friends here who will be in
t and death of their son, Walter life of a true brother in F. L. T., seven organizations participating ,i
be noted with pleasure by her'many friends here. to learn of her death.
deeply grieved
", 'r W Fox. They accompanied the body Triends. binding up the wounds of the suffer the War Work Campaign in the fol. i

'. the old family home at Knoxville, r ing and administering to the needs lowing percentages: 'I' i

or burial. Mrs. Milton Pledger received a CASINO WILL REOPEN.' ST. 'CLOUD of the helpless, therefore V National War Work: Council, of the'

Miss Bessie McGuire, daughter of message from her youngest brother, Manager WQodbeck, of the, Gray- Be it Resolved; by Osceola LodgeNo. Y. M. C. 'A. 68.65 per cent "

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McGuire, is home $. S. Padgett stating that his wife stone Casino, han received permission Miss Margaret McGill, who has 74 I. O. O. F., that we humbly War Work Council of the National

for a ten day' vacation from her had succumbed to pneumonia last from Mayor Cadel to reopen his been visiting her parents here for the submit'to the will of Him who doefrt ; Board of the Y. W. C. A., 8.80 per t

echool.at,Zellwood,.in Orange county. Monday at their home near' Marianna. -; picture show, beginning next Fri. (past week, left on Monday for Jack- all things well, and that we convey to I Cent.National +,

Miss .McGuire's school was closed on She left three small' children: day night. All danger of an epidemic sonville.' She was accompanied as the family of the deceased our deep- Catholic War Council j

P"+ account of the influenza epidemic, Mr. Padgett's father also made his of influenza seems to have far as Orlando by Misses Fleda, Lot- est sympathy and commend them to (K. 'C.) 17.60 per cent.

; and will reopen next week. home with them.. Mrs. Pledger's passed here, as very few new cases tie ,and Jessie Doolittle and Maurice Him who alone can comfort and lead Jewish Welfare Board," 2.05 per t<

cousin, Ellis F. Davidson, a prominent have been reported' the past several Johnson, by auto. them in this hour of sorrow. cent.

Miss Anne Bryan Carson, assistant ,attorney of Marianna and a .former days. Hon. J. L. Overstreet of Kissimmee. Resolved further; That a copy of 'War Camp Community. Service.
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director of Woman's Work for member of the Legislature from was a caller in our city Tues these resolutions tie spread on the 8.80 per cent. .

the South Eastern Department of( Jackson county, died from the effectsof ATTENTINON EXTRAORDINARY.At minutes of the Lodge, a copy givento American Library Association q
'
;War Workers campaign, returned influenza this week. the Casino Theater, Friday, No- day.Mr.. Charlie Miller, who has been the local paper for publication, 2.05 per'ee t.Salvation 1

Sunday to her headquarters at Atlanta her 65 Acres real close city limits, vember 8th, D. W. Griffith presents spending the summer in Cincinnati, and that a ,cop:y be delivered to the Army 2.05 per cent.

after a week's visit with about half his latest superb Triumph, "THE Ohio, returned here Friday of last family of our deceased brother. County Chairman Evans is laying,
.Ad
.t' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.' A. Carson. some citrus improvements fruit land, balance, good truck- GREAT LOVE." A beautiful love week. J, L. OVERSTREET, his plans in a systematic manner and

'Receiver Johnson, of the defunct Ing and farming, only a little piece story against a background of the Mrs. ,William Bircher who has J, D. JEFFORDS, will call a conference of his precinct;,

*, First National Bank of St. Cloud off the brick road, owned by a north cyclonic events of today taking placein been for some time in Ccookston, J. W. GOODMAN.R. :hairman at' a s' e>rly a date as possible ;

was a guest at ,the Gray stone Wednesday ern party $3,600. Easy terms, fine the great ampitheater of the world Minn.:, returned here last Tuesday' next week, if public meetings'vill ;; ";

;. night while en route to Tarn- bargain that; will grow :very valua- struggle. See the sailing of tha evening! M. EVANS IS CHAIRMANOF not violate the public health or-< '1

,\ Cpa, ,on a business trip. He was ac- ble. Nelson Realty Company.The great fleet of Zeppelins the swirl of Mr. and Mrs. Mahew, among the WAR WORKERS der. Prof. Evans is eminently fitted,
"companled to Ksisimmee by Mrs. the German air squadrons sweepingthe late arrivals from Illinois, will moveIn UNITED .or the position lie has so patriotically : %

.;Johnson who returned to St. Cloud sad intelligence was receivedby sky, and the glare of the bursting with Mr. Scheen, on Oregon ave- consented to fill, and the ,respect; ;{
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' ,("; ,'hunda,.. friends in Kiaslmmee that Mrs. shrapnel as the Prussians try to nue and Twelfth street. (Continued from Pago One) and esteem in which he is held in the,

:"' in town nice Norris Harris well known here, had wreck the city of London.. It's wonderful Mr. Bradshavr has sold ,his prop- B. Falls, Rev. Kirkby and Col. Lewis community will practically insure the

Three acres, right made-the supreme) sacrifice in an effort An Artcraft picture with erty in Doops addition and has moved O'Bryan.Dr. -o-operation that will be necessaryfor
of various
m : ,bearing,fruits, most roses to alleviate ,the suffering of influenza practically the same cast as in "THE into the Kenny cottage on Carolyna W. B. Witherspoon was appointed a complete success of the drive.)
'jI':' kinds fine_ shade 'beautiful lawn big victims Mrs. Harris bad BIRTH OF A NATION" and avenue. publicity chairman assisted .
'
. , garden plenty of buildings; large been a nurse before ,her ,manage, and "HEARTS OF THE WORLD." Cast ,Senator Carson of Kissimmee, was by J. Earl Lupfer and an WEEKLY REPORT, OF SALES

r ,.. banana grove, fine grapes, good grass when the ,call came for volunteers to includes Lillian Gish, George Faw- in our city'on Tuesday. advertising committee was headed by OF THRIFT STAMPS I

( for cow. 6-room house furnished'' ; can care for The,sick, she ,offered her ser eett, Robert, Harron, George Seigleman Word has been received here of 'the W. B. Harris, with C. F. Johnson the '%

x .)\: grow a tiving''on'this. place. .Only* vices. She nursed three patients, Henry Witholl, Maxfield Stan- death of'' G. H. Clark at Palatka; ot local representative at St. Cloud, andJ. .'- State Bank W. S. S., 145-145' .

j 2100.; Nelson., Realty Company, ; then was .stricken down arid was ill ley, Rosemary Theby, Gloria Hope, Spanish influenza. Mr. Clark was Woodbeck,'at Kissimmee. Citizens Bank W., S. S..--.125

". The hunting season opens this but a few >days., She died of pneumonia also England's:.Noblewomen The notables former owner of the Seminole Phar- Throughout'',the county there will Central Drug:,Store W.. S."S...,,..' ,1+.

: .month, and on the 20th the nimrods at her home at City.Point Va., really take part and act, not macy, but has been for several be an effert made'to reach every in- Wenner-Sawyer Co., for r ire

f. of this "section?,if they are armed October 23.' 'Her body was'taken merely pose in this production..* Queen months employed at Palatka where dividual possible and to enable the Preab,.. Church, 'W. S.'-S._._:..__ ''10

:'r with',a ,gun and ,a license, may in- her former home1 in Athens, Ga., for Alexanderia, Lady, Dina Manney,,, he died on Tuesday evening at goo, county officers to do this, a chairman Thrift, _______.--" 12'

'ti 'tulge in quail on toast; "Judge Murphy : Interment.., Mrs. Harris came to Kis Cduntest .Masserene Elizabeth Asejujth o'clock. The body will be shipped has been named for each precinct, us Public Schools,.W. S.. S___?__' 19' '.

", warns all prospective gunners,, simmee the bride "of Coach Harris, ';Lady Lovey," and Lady Peget... north for interment. Mrs.,Clark, wIaoha" I follows; Thrift, ....-:i-,-?-"_-62 e

?, ,{ however, that the, license Is just as who WAIl: then* connected ,with 'the Appropriate music settings.: Show been' sick also is improving and Kissimmee;; L.* Lupfer Sr. Woman's H. G. Thrift -.-. Ii "

\ ;:necessary 'as the gun' .and may be schools and: during.her residencehere starts 7:15. Pricejs for this day. (only) has the'sympathy of the communitj St. ,Cloud-Rev. H.,H. Bowen. Bon Ton Hat SLop Thrift.--.-.... 4 ,

," '. procured at any time at his "office.. mad "many 'sincere: friend.11 -. 15and: 35 cents.' Matinee at 3:15... .in ,her bereavement. Campbell-R. C. ,Tri beIL, .. W. B. Witherspoon, Chairman..
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+ AS THE COMMUNITYJVVar OF JEWISH TROOPS: FOR MEN IN BRITAIN I ANXIOUS FOR BOOKSAmerican Seed' : PotatoesChoice


Prvide. Werk Of. Jewish Welfare Soar Pro Knight of Columbue Establish Ha.
Camp Community aervlee Association Provltfln .
duclng jMandle Results In vens for Soldiers In England Llbnary
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+ Numberless IlItI.Co
Matter for
Camps and Trenehee Reading Boys
|" tom For Soldiers London.-The Knights of Columbus On Battle Fronts Maine and Western Stock
1 No more effective work toward la Great Britain are making remark -
.Club rooms for soldiers, entertainanenU / Maintaining the> highest moral aDIoIoDIthe able progress In their efforts to provide Despite the fact that the ocean
,! for the boys in kbaM, outings I American, troops baa bars done facilities that will enable men transportation facilities are being taxed Spauldjug Rose No. 4
for convalescent men *>ack: from.I by any war organisation than by the In the United States forces 'O. TI"I 'to the utmost the task of providing
pPYanoe, small but appreciated ser.Ntoee Jewish Welfare Board which is engaged to enjoy such social entertainment/ reading matter for the.boys. In
to !soldiers and their relatives In its task of keeping up the M .will help to brighten the routine the .trenches is being handled ,with Red Bliss
+ land friends-these are come of theBnanlfold lines of communication between the of military and naval life. Up to the an efficiency and dispatch that Is surprising Triumph

activities t>f the War Camp, Jewish men in the trenches and- present writing, they have established (even to those who are closely .' i
(Community: Service. training camp and the'folks back clubs at the following posts: <2Bdgware & la touch with the situation *.
The War Camp Community Ser. borne. Road,. London; Market The American Ubrary Association, Irish CobblersOrder

prloe comes clone to the intimate life Believing that In the struggle of. Drarton, LUUehs-mpton, and Inver- which has shouldered the responsibility .
tot the soldierand<< provides for his morale against "kultur" the Americanarmy' near. Temporary structures bare of collecting; books, magazines !
,"mental as well as Physical comfort has every advantage that will b.en '....cted'-)n many of the larger and newspspers by the millions In :your seed and fertilizer early: ,

fey, furnishing the facilities which Insure success, the Jewish orranlta- camps, which are to be replaced every city and town throughout thecountry Write us for prices arid
make It possible for ,him to relax tlon Is making Its chief Issue the shortly by substantial huts. Is'distributing,, this hugequantity particulars
'from the strewn of military training stiffening of mental l and moral fibre To date 3.000 secretaries have been of. reading matter to the
Ad the preparation for ov.rsesAchtlng. among the soldiers of the' Hebrew called for, and the response Is bring- men in France through the Y. M. C. WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.
( fAIth. :-The call for workers is argent lag' splendid men of high 'principles A., the Red Cross the Knights of '
Its symbol is- th.-rf'd circle and Its end rabbi., professional men journal- and ready sympathies. Each man' Is6Ver Columbus and the Salvation Army i Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizers

,entitles. are' as unending as the circumference its, social workers and others are thirty-five yetis of age and has Jacksonville, Fla.. ,
of Its Insignia Thousands Entering the service of the Jewish placed himself unconditionally,, at the The small hours'of'' the night have -

of soldierboys, take advantageof Welfare Board to make up the 400 service of the organization to whatever ; no terror for he who makes good his ti
its f.cllltles.nd other tbousanfls .workers needed to 1111 the ranks poet of danger or hardship he word. ''y'Remember your war savings --
I f relatives and friends of the boys flay be called.
pledge.
3 la Uncle Barn's uniform are dally t .
Comfort.If ----------------------------.------------------------------------- -----
i Can Now !jEat and Sleep In --
feenegted through" Its various ave.sue. -

of effort. troubled with indignation orleeplees'ness HARVESTING SORGHUM FOR .

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you should read what p

MARGIN OF PROFIT ALLOWED Miss -Agneis Turner, Chicago, Ill., MANUFACTURE OF SYRUP

RETAIL DEALERS IN GRAIN has to say: ."Overwork irregular
meals and' carelessness regarding the -- I
The stage at which the sorghum ed. Some makers have kept it in ,1
; ?;
rules of health
Rule 1. All dealers handling feed ordinary gradually ?
tuff at retail in the State of Florida undermined it until last fall I be- contains its greatest sugar content shock for four weeks with no appreciable -

will'be)) required to make sales unde came a wreck of my former self. I a matter of the greatest importanceto loss in syrup making proper
ties. Like other
Iq these rulings, which abrogate official suffered from continual headache, the syrup maker, has been the subject sugar producing
plants, a freeze does not hurt the
p order 10-16-18 and all other conflicting was unable todigest my food, which i former
of' much investigation'
the be
providing worked
crop cane can
I orders previously issued. seemed to lay as a dead weight on I
I years. But from these investigations up just as soon as it thaws. On'
Rule 2. Margin of profit over my stomach. I was very constipated
it that from the time the freezing the cells of the
appears cane are
coats for retail dealers handling corn, and my complexion became dark, yellow
seed is in the late milk stage until it broken, and on thawing decomposition -
oats, rye barley, or other feeds not .and. muddy a8. I felt. Sleepless-
is the 'is in the quickly sets in. A frost will not
becomming dry cane ,
mentioned in subsequent rulings. No/ nell was added to my misery and I
retail dealer will be allowed, in making oudd'awake nee tired as when I wentto best condition for syrup making. hurt a ripe cane materially, but if lillll
Some .to wait until the the immature it will be
prefer seed is cane' spoil
stuffs above I heard
l sales of feed men sleep. of Chamberlain'sTablets
hard before cutting 'as the sugar con ed. Frosted cane, like frozen cane,
tioned individual and
to charge on any found'atE h relief after
tent is still, higher then, but they run should be worked up as soon as pos ll
ale, a price for goods delivered at taking them that I kept up the treatment -
which will the danger of a frost before all of the sible. Sugar cane, in some localities,
warehouse door give more for nearly two months. They
than$4 per ton profit; where delivery cleansed my stomach, invigorated my cane is worked up. in "windrowed when a frost or flow Successful Grower
.fa made to consumer reasonable car. ystem, and since that time I can eat Cutting can be done by hand or bya freeze is expected, that is, the cane .a
harvester. When harvested by hand is cut and laid on the ground betweenthe ,
be added in comfort.
tag charges may provided and sleep I am today entirely -
'' that such charges are shown on sale well. the. individual canes should be cut rows, the leaves'serving as a pro Built Up His GroveThis
slip in addition to charge for feed. about six or eight inches above the tection In the case of sorghum under -
ground and laid across the rows with such conditions if the weather is I
This margin! of profit shall apply tall '
sales of feed mentioned in this rule SIX Y. W. C. A. WOMEN all the heads In the same direction.It warm during the middle of the day, customer has a particularly fine' citrus
I is customary 'among some makersto the leaves on the stock soon producea
in amounts of
twenty-five pounds or
ESCAPE FROM RUSSIA grove. From a small beginning
he has
more. Where feed is sold in packagesof leave the hand cut cane in the field '"heating" of the pile and decompo- years ago,

leas than twenty-five pounds the Atlanta, O*.-The six secretariessent for a day or two to wilt the leaves, sition seta in gradually built up and added to his holdings until ,

r retail dealer may charge for measuring to Russia a year sac by the ,which is said to improve the'quality As stated before, :for syrup making today he has one of the best paying properties-

weighing, and packing, not morethsri Young WobkM's Christian Association of the syrup. The seed heads are removed the best' stage for cutting is just before his section. '
{ one-half cent,per pound profit to organize the work of the association and left in the fields to be collected hardening of the seed. Earlier ,
_ In Petrograd and other after the harvest. For a good than this'the cane is too and J
Rule 3. Margin! of profits -over I green His trees bear heavily, and the fruit is well :,
costs for retail dealers handling arge cities, have escaped from Russia grade of sorghum syrup all leaves the resulting syrup will have an unripe

wheat mill feeds, rice polish, rice is the news Just received. andseed heads must be removed taste. If cut when the seeds are colored'deliciously flavored and juicy. Naturally

'y bran, dried beet pulp, cotton seed The had whereabouts been unknown of these for montfcs.six women from the cane, as,- these on passing very hard, the juice is difficult to he gets good prices for it and his account at" the

meal cotton seed products, bean mealor 1 Whether they were alive or dead, through, the mill tend to impart a clarify and the flavor of the syrupis bank is a"/ substantial and growing one. This
other manufactured or mixed bad flavor to the juice and resulting not good.Sorghum. '
i hid been a'm.F. nve tter of sue**
I feed 'No retail dealer in handling work.. I I'I'OttOtt syrup introduce more -.04* less dirt and may yield as high'as fifteen grower attributes his success chiefly to the liberaluse \ '

k ..feeds'described in the above heading, fine particles of plant material into tons to the acre 'of as-low as of '

hall make sales which give a profit OtOOtOOOOOOOO. the juice and retard clarification. four or five tons. An average crop A t"-

greater than is fixed in the following 0 Leaves which have become dry I. about eight or ten tons. The gal .
schedules: ' ' '4o To Insure publication all com- d have a tendency to absorbe juice as it ions of syrup per'ton of sorghum depend

',|iuS: :;Where one,, or persons 0 munlcationa and notices of meetIngs 0 is pressed into the mill thus decrees on,the kind of mill and on the \ "
moreI
4 reach this 4o''
''purchase.t-In advance'! ofdeliveryA!in must office, before ing the yield of juice and syrup In care '.in manufacture also the ripe ,"

''1 full"'carloadai, take.delivery at ear and 0......... "noon" ,-" .Thnredsy.ab" ., ".\ If,,,ir; +: :7;:'}",'tI\k""!," ,;'" ",.,,''\:G'.O'\ .... i removing.the/seed}i he:1ds"i" about t;;six ness and.' kind of cane.,'' A-ton of cane Fertll>lzer ..P 4
"
pay cash-when retail dealer is required OOO O OOO.OOOO OO to eighten inches of the upper cane with a three roller mill should"yield

to meet sight draft, |1 per tonplua w should be cut off,, as this part cons I anywhere from seven hundred to

demurrage if any. takes delivery at car and" for it tame little sucrose and many Impuri- twelve hundred pounds of juice giv This rich citrus fertilizer furnishes the ele-
b. When one or more persons purchase pays ties. Suckers should also be discard. ing eight to' thirty gallon of finished
on delivery in ton lots or more but ments needed for healthful growth and
in advance of delivery in full less than ed for the same reason. syrup depending upon'the richness. heavy
lots $2.00 ton.
car ,
y carloads take delivery at car and I d.. Where buyer purchases per and Harvesting should progress In proportion Taking ten tons per acre as an aver- yields of high grade fruit. It contains the needed

pay for it on delivery f 1.60 per ton' takes delivery at car and pays for it to the mil] work, no more being age yield, from sixty to three hun- plant foods in their best and most available forma
plus demurrage, if any cut at one time than can be work- dred gallon. of syrup per acre shouldbe
on delivery in lots than
less ton
c. Where buyer purchases and I $2.60 per ton. one :sd in two days. When the. weather is obtained. M. M. JAVENS, and contains no filler other than a small amount ot

cold the cane may.be cut and' shock- County Agent. magnesian powdered limestone.The .
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-- increasing demand for Bradley's Fertilizeris

DIPPING IS AUTHORIZEDWILL the best proof that its use insures.good profits

H: Crops-Labor llIF BEGIN NEXT SPRING and fruit of high quality. Growers have found

that it also helps to make available to plants Insoluble .

; I The# cattle owners of this county which will not be earlier than March foods already in the 'soil. Use this 100-

I Transportation have done considerable volunteer dipping first. If at that time'there should be per-cent-efficientfertilizer this year. ,
of stock with gratifying results, such a shortage of labor in this county ..

but a rumor has been started that if that the work cannot be done without -

U the election, for compulsory dippingof undue hardship on the cattle owners
1 I dn't know VetJ"8t what crops I will plant cattle carries on November 5th, the ;board will take that into Tou will rind tae. worth knowing In

norhow ntatr y acres/"put ?". or how rtl be fixed that it will be put into effect at once consideration."We .; our ture.new" Writ illustrated tOr a free book copy"citrus Cul 4

for labor: but I do know rll surely plant some thereby working a hardship on the have a similar case in Escam- 't.

I thing and I don't intend to get left on fertilizer' stock and owners, but dipping will bla county where the vote was taken ;t I .

," not begin until next spring. early last summer and showed several
This man-a prominent mula. R. W. Sterns, a member of the hundred -majority in favor of Bradley Fertilizer Works
East Coae Vegetablegrowerhad .. lFertilizer.ecan. . .
s, just finished a be 4>stored mwr State Live Stock Sanitary Board, compulsory dipping of cattle. Certain .t. .. ...AnxiicM Agricultural Chemical Com pur ,:

4 thorough study cf the pre8out harm indefinitely with makes the following statement: "Af conditjojis made' it advisable r...,, local. Msnady .

with enteituation.lleh.dtalked railroad The Director of Railroads ter the people have authorized the postpone l the work there and it has .. ..t2t HeatJ EefldiBjJacUbnrille y

visited the Government officials; had urges early shipment and work by their votes, the time for not,yet been started." f : Florida e-, "
? bor Bureau. He had gone heavy loading of cars. starting systematic eradication of Vote on November. 5th :for compulsory -

over the fertilizer outlook orders Club together for and make up cattle ticks is left to the board. Un- dipping ,of cattle in Osceola
83- 44or 55-ton
with us. He then ordered a carlots. Earlishipmont der no circumstances will be order county 80'that systematic eradica-
and
1 Food tilizer general, (one containing vegetable pot fer full car ,loading is best for cattle dipped regularly until the tion of the cattle ticks'can be taken _- _* aWE

ash), enough for the major- for you for the railroads and. weather conditions ',are favorable up as early as conditions warrant. :
ity cf! his acre are. 'And hsapeeilied us-a wise move -
early.hipmrnt.This : Get your* nowl '
r an attack of sore throat or la grippe. OLD !
business man acted on.sound Waters Carson Grocery FOR COLDS AND GRIPPE They are also finding it most effectives We pay from $
principle. You too, Co., Local Representative -
Will-murtty plant.omtthing." Kissimmee Da. .the first step in the treatment of let (broken Iota)
DOCTORS fIND REMEDY
.1 Cover most at least of your pneumonia.One teal 'value for
requirements now- get a Armour Fertilizer Work. Calotab the at bedtime Silver and
on tongue !
-/ t good general vegetable torJaebOflville. Fla.fnrich Physicians and druggists are elat- with a swallow of water-that once by'parcel 't.J
ed over the fact that they have at
all. No salts, no nausea nor the by return 'mpil.MAZEWS ,
last :found a genuine and dependable

s the Soil; "Increase the'Yield remedy for colds, sore throat, influenza ing slightest or your interference work or with pleasure.your The eat Dept. X 2007 So. '

Hasten Maturity-Improve and la grippe. For years they
the
QualityFertilizers next morning your cold has vanishedand
.
. have depended chiefly on the old style
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Bethink' it well
your whole system is purified and
? t:1 calomelwhich, is ,certainly fine, but refreshed. Calotabs are sold only in other 'thorn to )::t1;
.,;
: y unfortunately many people would not,' original'aealed packages; priori thir failing to keep f.,1:8

.drInQU ;. . take'it dangerous because qualities.of It. nauseating 'and ty-five -cents.. 'Your druggist recommends pledge::, - ,

and guarantees them by' re
Now, that the pharmaceutical chemists J he Strong !
the if not de
funding price : you are ,
,
,
Summer Better
have perfected:a'nausealess,calomel ]
lighted-adv/
,called "Calotabs" whose medi , Old peopU. cab art .. ;
; '
cinal-virtues the who an mak will b.
are vastly improved,
,, ,
lothteaah tM depraMtas
doctor. .e.nd .druggists are' ,e1a1mInc Make-'thrift. yourbyword.. 1/. IqGJWVS'. : :
5 that Calotabs ,are the ideal remedy A want ad. ,in the Valley Gazette and eerkkM the blood .
tea Yeas ear sans Ad
..1.'I I_ PoZOS ft ''old !! r..pgb,} $ and Ian f short. will rent your apart rooms? j:_?_, ....E Rt....... .- -
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".Crawford Lee Janet.;. No Worms. tm a Healthy CkHdAn .cinccrr,. rLOIUDA.Sevratk oua.....''IIT T.O.-' v -. .

:' .rr CRAWFORD ft JARRELLATTOBNEYSATLAW SEVENYIARWORK '' caUarea traoMed with trams have aa as* 01..1.... Ctrewit Oeeeeto c...-
heetahr......which. tidiest soar bleed. ,and as a -
: A rate,there. Is man or .... stomach. distvrbaaes. t1" !. c.rame. ..-..".. D. G. WAGNER .
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC goes regularly .: .' 11:. Davis Complainant ... ,
,Offices* 4, 6, 81. and 7 Citteeaa RELIEF AGENCIESJOIN law twos three weahs will enrich. the blood. Imtnve Annie Sloan Boswell. Sarah F. Boa-
Bank BnUdinf i the diSMtka.and act a*a Ceastal Stxeafthaln well and William Boswell. Defendants.
..klsslmme Florid Taolotoths"'110Io...*.. NsouewUlthes.thrsweff It-htrltan"lribtt. afndlvlt appendedto
or dUpel' the worou,and ths Child will hsla above stated cause Real Estate and .Insurance Agency'i
peHwt health. .......ot to take. too per bottle. that Annie Sloan Boswell Sarah F.Do.well ..
IN DRIVE and William Boswell. the defendants
<> DR. W. W. CARSON therein named are nonresidents .
of.tho State of Florida, and that Citizens Bank r
Building. Telephone No. 30.
DENTIST LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTSADMINISTRATION. their place of residence Is-unknown -
and that they are over the age oftwentyone
Ktssimmee Fla.
Office ever Pilley Building Great Organizations years; It Is therefore ordered ,
Recognized
L.' Offlee Hour: s-It. l-a that said non-resident defend REPRESENTING 7-
a:>.... 'Phone 111 Re.ld.noe'PM.m. II 1Clt.ll...) ants be and hereby required to .
a.. Administered for Bxtrastles Representing All Creeds and appear to, the bill of. complaint filed & A. Strout Farm Agency; maintaining big general offices ia New
Teeth .. Court .. the. C... r Judge State In said cause on or before Monday the ;

,. Elements_ Welded Into One. .( FJ.t.... Ose.ISi c..t,... Ind day the of alterations December A. said D. Ills bill, otherwise will. York. Philadelphia.. Boston Chicago and other cities for' the 'con.venience ;

I LEWIS, O'BRTAN KMa<. .f O. U Hyatt. be ants.It taken. a. confessed' by said defend -of home seekers. If you wish to sell write me at once, ; | k

ATTORNEYAT14WpW.ring $170,500,000- 'IS THE GOAL. RY Whereas T11H, JUDUH W. B. OK Crawford, SAII COURT has ape be Is further ordered that this order you pay no fees of any. kind unless we sell' your property. No charges ; ;
published once a week for eight
piled to thl. Court for Letters of Administration
on the estate of C. I. consecutive weeks In the'Valley' Qas- for listing, withdrawing or advertising. ; ;
(( Building. *tee i, a newspaper published In' said
late of said
Hyatt deceased county of :
I ,- .' of ,Avoid Oaceola. County and State We also represent the New York Life Insurance Company ',
Plan .War Department to This Ird day of October 1(18.
These To altsand ad
are therefore *
and
t:
the Ocean Accident and Health Insurance.
.
,ratJ.hn.ton. O. P..G&"." Waste of Energy and Duplication monlsh all and singular the kindred J. L. OVERSTRERT, ,
I and 'creditors' of aald deceased to be ( H.BULLOCK.oA Circuit Court.
JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW .f Effort Enthusiastically Adopt- and appear before this Court on or before By 8. a 48t. .000.0..00000.0000.000000000000..0..00.00.00. .
J" the 12nel'd. of November A.
VI and Unity la Achieved. 'tlS, and file objections any RKSOI.ITTION ADOPTED BV THE ==
have, to. the granting- of Letters D'I UBCKOI.A COUNTY COMMIS.
Offices 10, 11 and 12'Cltlxens Baal ""--- Administration on said estate, .. ItI0Nlelt., 3EFT. g. Io1$.
Building wise the same will be granted to '
-r'" JCIealmmee. Fla. ;rMgAAAAAAAAAWHAT \>V. B. Crawford, or to some other fit Whereas It appears to he for the
person 'or persons. I best Interests of Osreola County and
"t ,. Witness my name as County Judcro' of the cltlsens thereof that an election t
I ot the County aforesaid this the 14th shall be called and held under authority
: GENERAL ': day of October, A. D. 1818. of and In compliance with the provisions Osceola Hardware Co
:
(REAL) T, M. MURPHY. of Section 4 of Chapter. 7341 of
B-4t.. County Judgre.Tfath the Laws of the State of Florida entitled .
"An Act to Create the LiveStock
CflRSOJIIIRJ1IER : PERSHING NEEDS: .. Judicial Clrralt 01 Flerlda, Sanitary Board and to PrescribeIts
Powers, and Duties
Membership
... Located onKlssltnmee'sBUSIEST
Circuit Curt *f Ofrrolm C. ,
A ..:..- PA tm Chaacery.n. Fix the Compensation for the Service
ot Its M..mb..ra'toVe.t"t In Said Board
AI" the Authority to Provide for the CORNER
Ial Klrkl.d.; C..I.I..... Prevention Control
Give me nine men VIt. Communicable
SELLS of Dangerous Conla.gloue -
F. Klr..1.... Der.a.a.t. Infections, and. Other Diseasesof
'
,. who have a hut and I :; Cattle, Hogs, and Other Domestic '
On Monday. November 11, ItIS the Animals and to Establish: Maintain, I' '
Fire.;)! Life Accident and effective defendant, ... Kirkland, Is required to and Enforce Quarantine Among such China Closets
: will have a more : appear to the Bill of Complaint filed Animals, and 'to Adopt and Enforce
herein by the Complainant. Rules- and Regulations Regarding Any
Health Plate Glass, Lia A fighting force than AA. This order to be published once a and Said Matters and to Give Bald Wonder who'll be
week for four consecutive weeks In Board Authority In Respect thereto the next to get one of our. fine China Closets.

; bility and Boiler Insurance.. ;,. .if I had ten men with.A -,. the Iy newspaper Klsslmmee published Valley aasetteaweek In Klsslmmee-, and Appropriate to Authorise County and Expend Commissioners Funds. They 'are very desirable to protect' your chinaware and 'to keep' it

Usceola County, Florida. for the Work of Tick Eradication and '
Bonds Executed'' out it." Given under-my hand and seal this Hog Cholera, and to Provide for the beautifully displayed.. We have them in Golden Oakland. Early English
Legal th 118. Appointment of a State VeterinarianandOther
A slc.IL octolrf. finishes. ,
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( .. OVKRSTREKT. Agents and Employes of .
,. Clerk Circuit Court. Osecola Co., Fla.434t. 'Said Board and Fix the Powers Theref .
Same Needed. .
Day General Penhlng.On PLJo'':. )(. BULLOCK, D. C.MILTON > and to Prescribe Punishment for .
Violations of This Act and of tht

A'AAAAAAAAAAA Solicitor for Complainant. and Rules to and Make Regulations the Necessary of Said Approprla.Board, Get your boy a Wagon. We keep them in play size, and so on

OFFICE: ] State Bank, Buil.i.g' NOTICE. of.Ion This fop Act.Carrying" (Approved Out the June Provisions 1, 1 1T)1 I up to' a large and useful size. A hustling boy will run errands and t

I >' ,On November 11 the,,American people Notice Is her.h"i"en.'th"t; on Monday -To enable a majority of the qualified do lots of work with a wagon. Better encourage him to do so.
lectors voting In said election to de- ,
: the Xtth day of October. A. fl.11lt .
I will start a, one weeks' drive to at the houe Of 10:00 o'cloek a. tn. dare themselves In favor of or against -
raise the largest amount of money at the Court House at Tltuavllle. Bre- iompulsory: cattle dipping In all preIncts .
J. W. THOMPSON vard County, Florida /the annual of said county and more than '
ever ct.. outright b* any people.in off the owner of the lands .wenty-flve per cent of the registered Electric Flash Lights are a Twentieth Century wonder. Pretty
of the world. situate In the Upper St.' Johns Drainage voters of Oaceola Countywho were
,. the history District will be held for the pur. qualified to vote at the last genera ea indispensible.. too.. They throw a beam of light anywhere
funeral Director The drive will be a new thing under pose of electing one member of the ntUa: have signed and presented to yoywant
: th.e.un. For the first time Protestants Board of Supervisors, who shall be a a, petition for the calling it. and anytime you want it We keep them.and also the batteries -.
and holdlnll' an election for the
i_ and owner of said District to serve
Catholics and .T.ir5o forgettingall for the term of three years and to succeed said purpose now therefore be It to refill when needed. '
e AND Ames A. Barlow, now' a memberof Resolved by: the Board of County. :
their difference, will line up shoulder said Board, whose term. ooffloe expires Commissioners of Osceola County
to shoulder, welding their Individual ' on said day, and to transact aueh 1. That an election Is hereby: called
and shall be held for said ,
purpose according -
LICENSEDaMRALMERStor. < other business as may properly come
i', \ organisations together b theircommon before said meeting to the laws governing.general. BRIST, the great Lawn Game has come. We told you it would
elections on the (th day of November
At such election each and everyacreof
devotion to the boys' In the land In the District shall representone \. D. 1I1S. soon be here and have kept our word. It will delight I both:) old and,
I and Chapel Stewart AT. cantonment 'and over there. This altars and each owner shall be entitled t.hat: such an election shall beheld
to one vote In person or by In each election district In Onceila young, and furnish mpre fun to the square inch than anything we
,
Kleelnmee. na.J amalgamation of the seven great agendes proxy In writing duly aimed for every County at the polling places used
if' engaged In:: war work 1* one of the acre of land .owned ,by said owner In at the last general election, during the know of. The price is lower than for most games.
for the- h
1 said District - hours prescribed
> One developments which have been The person receiving the highest elections, and all matters pertalnlnp {
and under number of votes at aald election shall to said election shall be In strict comRllance 1'
brought about'by the war be declared elected aa said Supervisor. with the law !governing the
J M. TILLER the wise guidance of President Wilson. Hated this 6th day of October'1910.By of such elections. CASHUM AND SUSETTE. t
order of the Board of Supervisors. I. The ballots shall bs printed and
I The. seven organizations which together .- used In said election districts at such Sousette looked from her reading and said Gashum. ,
Real up : "Say
t alejjgeng! will make this united appealare (SEAL) ERNEST H.. EVERY elections on which shall be printed. r
: .41-lt. Seoretary.NOTICE first on a line, the word. "For Compulsory what does: 'inertia mean) ,
; the Y. M. q. A.. T. W. O. A., Natlonal Dipping, of 'Cattle," and

> Realty j bought and sold. Catholic' War Council ant K. OF APPLICATION FOR TAX." other there line I shall, next be below printed, said the words"od", "Why er. well.it's condition' which if I have it, ti's concentrated f
.
House rentedV, of ,Q..' the Jewish Welfare Board the ,DEED "Against the Compulsory Dipping of laziness;:but'when you have it, i it's nervous prostration! he
Community Service th* Cattle"; and those electors voting In
Taxes" and Titles War Camp Notice Is hereby, given That M. N. ,
paid verifteJ. said election'who desire to vote In replied. .
American Library Association and tb*I Dunn. Jr.. purchaser of Tax CertificateNo. favor of compulsory dipping of cattlIn < .,
;i'" ; for non-ra'Ideits. Salvation. Army.. Each of, them will S4S, dated-the 7th day of August.A. . said territory of Osceola Count)
. ... I D. ttII. has filed said certificate In shall a cross In front of th
Fire Life and Accident Ia Fall each bad planneda make
need funds this ; my office and has made applicationfor words For the Compulsory Dlpplns.
f, i"surance." separate campaign for support tax feed to issue la accordance of Cattle," .and thorfe electors votln. '
of thPresident's with taw Said certificate embraces In. said election who desire to vote
e
'
the suggestion
Now acting on
Indemnity Bond I the followingdescribed property situated against the compulsory dfpplngol Osceola Hardware Co.
letter of'September B, th e Osceola County Florida' to-wlt: rattle In said territory of Osceola

ee. ..e*. ..4e... ...4.. ..e.. seven campaigns will be rolled into Lot 4 In Block land being II west assessed. Klsslramee.The County shall make a cross mark |n
said at the front of the words "Against the Compulsory ,
one. The American people will bt date of the Issuance of said certificateIn Dipping Cattle. '- -, t
spared the burden of seven separate the name of M. M. Dunn. Unless. 4. Said votes shall be counted ,returned .
nation 'will have at said certificate shall be redeemed according and canvassed as provided by
and the
appeals, to law, tax deed will issue law, and this board shall thereaftet
OuR NCATa opportunity to demonstrate splendldl 11'n the 4th day of November, make and certify a statement of the E Terrbedy WU ,Is Aaybidy Advertises Their "Waits" ia Ike GazttUState
WfU.K that men and women of all creeds al A. P. result of said election, which shall be !
ARe Pf
I. L. OVERSTRB1BT! kept on file among the public record
OYOUTCtttRSADIp1 home can work together, as, men ol f CI.rkCIrcuit Court. of Osceola ___ n_ ._ _ .
all creeds over there are fighting and By 8. H. BULLOCK D. C. shall be certified: t..ncrlt.the LiveStock
.
(Circuit Court Seal) 41-St. Sanitary Board.
dying together.' I. Dr: 'John' R. Mott., whom President IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE published once each week for four consecutive
Wilson ka e spoken of'as one of the I SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT or'' 'Weeks prior to said election In J
THE STATE OF' FLORIDA IN AND the St..Cloud Tribune andthe, Klsslmmee -
ablest alp most useful men'of his generation FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. 'IN CHANCERY Valley Oasette, and a copy. thereof Bank-

baa been selected Director \ S. R 8MTDRR, Complainant.vs. shall be posted at the place g place -
O. 0. MAIN, GEORGE MAIN. SOUTHERN last used aa a polling; In eachlection
It I Interestingto
of the.drive. *
General COOPERATIVE HOME PUR- district of the county not less .
note that Dr. Uott's name was ,CHASING COMPANY, ,,f private core than thirty holding the date fixed .;
f., placed In nomination by John O. Agar poratlon of Jefferson County, Ala. herein for such an election. of Kissimmee
A BUTCHER WHO MRS.' HANNA K. MORGAN 'widow; ERNEST MACH.
of the National Catholic War Council MRS. H. K. MORGANwidow; WILLIAM Attest Com. Ovrstreet. Clergy airman.
4 KNOWS HIS BUSINESS and seconded by'Mortimer I* Schlff of W. WATSON NAT POTNTZ. : J. L. Ii s

the Jewish Welfare Board. The general and the land.all persons In the claiming bill of complaint Interest In In < 4S-t The of'the world

r. 1 is 'In charge of this market. He committee having the campaign this 'ease described under any of the IfOTICB, OF APPLICATION FOR TAX eyes

" purchases only the finest meats In charge contains such well known above the same'named be. respondents.deceasedor If otherwiseclaiming any of DEED. "

? and handles them in a manner names as Raymond B. Fosdlck. Chairman o.Jb.m'iLIl; Notice la hereby given that C. A.
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of the Commission on Training dents. O Straub. purchaser of T.s. CertificateNo.
that insures their freshness when TO: O. C. MAIN, GEORGE MAIN, *4. dated the Tth day of August.A. i the who'SAVES .
Camp Activities;r George W. Perkins, SOUTHERN COOPERATIVEHOME D. 1118. has Held said certificate In are on man
.' you welcome them to your home. Chairmanof the Finance Committeeof PURCHASING COMPANY ..rlvatecorpor.tlon ny office<
Our unfailing* courtesy and honest the U. S. Steel Corporation ; James of Jefferson County, Ala; tax accordancewith
MR! HANNAH K. MORGAN widow; law. Said certificate embraceshe
methods appeal to folks who believe F. Phelani of Hornblower and Weeks; MRS. H. K. MORGAN widow: Wit.. following described property, sittated .

In getting their mone"'lworth Honorable Myron T. Herrick former LIAM W. WATSON and NAT POYNTZ. In Osceola, County, Florida, to-
Ton are hereby commanded to appearIn wit: r
of ambassador to France; Cleveland H. the above entitled Court In the The North half of Lot 10, Park Garuena .
G quality goods. Dodge, George Gordon Battle, Mrs. above entitled. -cause on or before the ,. In Section 11.In Township X8
Ind day of December A. D. U Range It East. 1 A. Henry P. Davlson and Frank... Tandertlp WITNESS the bonoralle James W. .. at date of Issuance of said cer.Iflcate .
president of'th.e National City Perkins Judge of the above Court. In the name of N. A. Clay. Unless .
and my name as Clerk' thereof and.the said certificate shall be redeemedaccording
Bank. seal of said Court at Klsslmmee, FlorIda to law a tax deed will Is- ,
City Market n. every cltr..county and town th.caIqpatcn on this the Snd day of October, < i thereon on the Ind. day of November -
9: .r will be In charge of the biggest A D. 111$' A. 1.>. 1811 .
j; L.. OVERSTREET 3. L. OVBR8TREETt
'" peen of the_community. Aa Clerk. of the Above CourtCircuit (8.a1) Clerk Circuit Court. *. ....
Together these seven organizations ( Court Seat) 41-llt. By S. H. BULLOCK D. C. . 4 -St.NOTirn .

I a work that Is staggering In for moment man
represent IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE OP' ADMINISTRATOR PAUSE young ,
AsK Yotjr Grocer Its proportions. They,have more than SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF (For n.al Pls h...").
; 15,000 uniformed workers, standing THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND a thought to self. The
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. IN CHAN- tm C.mrt" of C.;;;;; Judge. State ..tFiends. ,
For shoulder to shoulder with the boys every CERY. R 8, SNYDER. Complainant .

step of the way from home to the vs. G. C. MAIN GEORGE MAIN, SOUTHERN .. problems. that confront you now or
COOPERATIVE HOME PURCHASING !. re Estate ef James. W. Preatls, ,
front line trenches.They operate more COMPANY a private corporation OM la (.....,... -
CHEEKNEALSCOFFEES than 8,600 buildings and ship 600 tons of Jefferson County, Ala.; Notice la hereby given, to''all whomIt will 'a few years hence.

. to the boys .In, France MRS HANNAH K. MORGAN widow; may concern., that on the 10th day ..
of supplies '.ev MRS H. K. MORGAN widow: WIL- of April A. D. Ill*, I shall apply to
cry week. Fifteen ratlesof, film set LIAM W.- WATSON, NAT POTNTZ. the Honorable T. M. Murphy, Judge of Look about J.a-tIa. men ef affair la ceaatry, state aaUeavyes
and all claiming Interest In aid Court aa Judge of Probate, for
sail the'other'side each week under persons
for the lands In the Bill of Complaint In final discharge as Administratrix of ia Ac world, are Ike Ire. wk* started .. save early ia Ef*.,
their 'direction and 'the. regular this case described under any of the the estate of James W. Prentls deceased -
\ weekly: attendance: of soldiers and sailors above named respondents. any of : and that at the same time I
at their motion picture shows Is the same be deceased or otherwise will present to said court r final accounts Tkey Lave ... respect and ceafideace ., tke ceasataaity.Tkea 1
claiming Interest aa Administratrix said estate
more thaJL2C OOOOO. The Bibles furnished dents. ORDER oJheLIl fg and ask for their approval. '
Best c Every Te31 to the boys since the war broke To all persons. claiming Interest In the Dated September RV'.r A '1911 look ea the ether side-at the. fell... wke spend all they
lands below described under G. C. : PRENTIS. sake have fer .
a one they .., a feed tisae a while bat what dee theirpenoasliry
U piled on another Adlmnlstratlx.
out .would ,, Main. George Main Southern Cooperative o-a-m-f-6-mo. ,
make'a pU* more than twenty miles Home Purchasing Company. a reflect? '
private corporation of Jefferson County NOTICE) OP ADMINISTRATOR
')J KED CROSS 'ARICOTOOTII PASTE high. t Ala; Mr.. Hanna K. Morgan, widow FINAL DISCHARGE. .'
,: "Mor ..*., said Napoleon, "!s as other : Mrs. H. K. Morgan, widow; William In Court of County Judge, State of A"deUu'.r. .e'deposited ia tkis bank will l be the

I 'An .antiseptic :.refreshing"paste, that f.acto..IQ: ) war.as three to one." By W. Watson, or Nat Poynts' If Florida Osceola County.-In re Estate ..d... .. aa hearahU, iidepeadeat career.

i<_; leaves See the a delightful teeth without after-taste.injuring Clean.the I which he meant that one man who Is any of claiming the same interest be deceased.'or therein.otherwise You Notice of hereby D. C. Lee given to alt whom It Make yew. hegiaaiaf aew-today. Teat. .bank. +

kept: contented, and happy Is better are hereby commanded to appear In may concern that on the 4th day of beek wfll the M
oamel. The antiseptic properties aid '' the above entitled Court In' the above February A. D. 111. I shall apply to .pare way.
2 : keeping, the teeth aDd -cuma ,in a !. than:three men who .are discouraged entitled cause. on the Ith ..da,.. of-January the Honorable T. M. Murphy, Judge of

Wealthy condition.", This and more than and homesick- It.. the business of A. D. ISlf. The sands In question said Court aa Judge of Probate, for my Capital sUck MResearces _________*._ ........ ____ $100,100.1
!'. to area The South half of the South..tquart"r final discharge as Administratrix of the .
one hundred other Red Cross Remedies the even 'great" agencies. 'help of the Southwest quarter; and estate of D.. C. Lee., deceased, and that *rer. ___....____...._____ .1OOt08.0I
and Toilet Preparations sold and guar maintain moral. They, ...-'tr..pb. the South' half of Lot t of Section 6. at the same time I will present to said .
smteed only by ? ap1 the fine fighting 'edg* of our boys, Lot 1 and the Section of the Court my Anal account as Administra Oficen aa4 Du
V CENTRAL DRUG 'STORE, Northwest quarter of I; all In trix of said estate and ask for their app ctr.:
: theirJtolaUtraUons, helping
and by South Range 18 East, of ., J
put added power Into, our. army and To"n.hlr.la ._ Meridian 'located In Dated July SSth. 'A'D.'IIle. C. A. CARSON. ; President M. KATZ and E. L LESLEY T-P.

Ik .ttM Tart .Dsea Not Affect tin Nssd nary and so hasten the hour of victory Osoeola* Honorable County.James Florida.W. WITNESSthe Perkins FLORA B,' LEE ,Administratrix., '

Vsesass el Us Soale and lakatlW fleet,tAZATiy > whea they will"bsisg.. ."out boys home Judge of the thereof my; SS-Iem-Smo >. __ ___ ___ BOM A TIIO; AS"CasMer '
and the Seal
K BStOMO OOUIINB..tMttet Uuus ocdiaurQuinine name as QerK of .
aad does mot csaee ...r."...... Bof apIn.-. said Court at Klsslmmee. Florida on Uro* *. TateJ.*. cklU Tonic: .. N C. BRYAN. N.''B. CARSON M.KATZ.C. .
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xuataa:tm ....,. lni>hs lull__and ,It ..)-predicted by national' leaden this.the ind dayof October, A." D. .
Sgofc tag the .... M.2 B. w..oaoYJS.. We" that this t'Yfetorr':' drive will "go 1912 ; ., ;, .. tores vltalkr sad eoertrbrporUrtes aad ea- ..A. CABSON, .- B. FLEMING E. I* LESLEY, ;

J. L. OVER8TREETAs rIoIIIaC the blood, You sea sees test Us Baeogtasola J.. WADR .TUCKEB.... .Dtrectera. ;
.the top" Jn a larger way than .
over
any Clerk of the Above Court. .
\ the VaPe7.Gu.tw.. -
Prtos 80s.
tlb.crjbo for '
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,A hut' Is 'your:. fighter'siiouie, 'over there., It is hiss( .-

'store' his theatre, his church, his school.;and' his, club "'" : 'much"
/ Why.yo'. should;: give twlde as as. you.
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''It is the, place where he reads ls books''and 'magazines THE NEED b for a sum,,70 per cent greater than any gift ever asked' ,' for wince* .the> ,

where. he, and ,his' friends get around a piano, ,.and war began The Government has fixed thug awn at $170,500,000. f ,
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sing or' listen'' to phonograph. 1.;: By giving to these seven organizations all at once, the.. cost and effort''of' six. additional x,
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campaigns is saved.

It .is ihe'' place where all the'mo" vies''are.' given, and i'. Unless Americans do give twice 'as much. ever'before.,. our"' soldiers and sailors may '

the ., concerts and the' minstrel,'shows and vaudeville.-- ,' not enjoy during. 1919 their ,?> '. '
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Often''it .is the only'place 'within:. reach that {'s' dry :and. 3600 Recreation'Buildings '' : . ... .: v. .1, "

light'and warm and clean. ,'; ;.,', 1000 Miles of Movie Film .. i.,' .,

...*., ..-,! 100 Leading Stage Stars. t;.,..'.. ') ; I'I/
4: A hut may .be' a* shed or,tent or a fine old chateau. or : : : .' '2000 Athletic Directors ; '. ;/E;.... ." '
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a hotel., Sometimes. at the front.. It's. ,J just' a.,battered .. : ,.. T, .' 85 2500 Hostess Libraries Houses supplying 5,000,000- 'books. -, ,' "t-
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.' little*" ,.'shack- -."the only building" left. .standing in. town.," : ". ,.,: ,15,000 Bi..brotber.'iaecretariea"" ;. -
<\ t \ t ., -MiUiona' dollars of horn comforts ,
On the fighting line, it's just a board ''laid across two. -:' .. .. .

boxesw'lth a'slgu intUed'to.'tree.' . .. When you'give double, yon make sure that every fighter has the cheer and comforts of

. I.i these seven organizations every step of the way from home'to the front and back again.

The sign doesn't matter-it's what the hut gives I You provide him with a church a theatre,. a cheerful\ home, a.,Store; a school, a' dub
and an athletic field-and a knowledge. that the folks back home are with him. heart ...
a .your-tighter. ii' I and soul... -: . -
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; Back up .these'seven. organizations without; thought ": You have loaned" 'your money*'' ,to supply their- physical needs.r jt ,'. .

.. -:of, race or creed,,because your boy knows, that he 'is"'always ."',;'.; . Now give to. maintain the,Morale that winning'. 'the t 'war! '. "'/ '. '..., j . ". f:

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any reports covering the year's:..work.I bony. -.act: could\ .r alleviate. the" suffer. -. 'and service',or ovl; Red'' Cross work* Red Cross needle No. 8,' side ,view V. w. C.: A. WORKERS: -' '
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Klssimmeehas:from, the first out- 'ID. 1 ers. and cross 'section;' natural slxe. *.*' ORGANIZING
k REDCROSS;. break': of the lnflusn, held, no": out 8. O. B../Can for Knitters, I The;, assistance l siren is'-to a great Cast on 78 stitohes. FOR, DPreparing !
doorror; indoor m.tingsoffany'kindor The allotment' ')oan 'for.thii 'decree material" but:a spirit .Per.' Knit 2. Purl-,2,'across; Purl 2, Knit -
fpr any' purpose,tand:"was obliged' local,chaper.. has'! reached here. 'Beau- meates' eaea gift .wb ,Or to pass by the first"date, October. tiful ')'&m.',In,warm khaki color: for bly\trlLJ.cend the' value 'of the .sift ...,Then knit plaiD' for 17,Inches. tlon'ln1th.-approacl in;" drive of thi" K
"n t--- ._ .&: ...-...... A -eall iinelilai. 'of Wl I--:.......... ; oiL r'A MseJ.We'desire. '' .to preserve! ,his spirit*! 2* for'M. .......} then ItoH 98.''J ?., eon'dl.trlct'chairman, ; .of.; the Y.; W.,
,',.. ard, rf',Ue Bed, 0v s ,s mM4etfnsMlay ssMtt. acmr of hnN* i* are need feto inspiration of our-- ser iraa'.rWe: '.! ( >K4 M ..*.....*.. Purl 2,'KnH C. A. for.m.nb.Bln: i .:
,, ,, ... .,.-..,- la.Bx-aeejaftsr j q.,.A,,< U.. tssl new begslttas.er'b."faMon'itlagig'arnients ' hope .as>-.thev.'Ork'ofoyf, 'ftJrI.lIni 2,*for''.2*'stitches"then; knit'SBRe' 9ter'force..areeying! plans.""*" ;for.systematie -;;
son's office,'- attended by Chairman, for,.our;boys.: The new dir. force' increase that ,now more thanever peat : (A);;and. .(B) 'for'-J2.; "rows". '[2 . effort., *. '
'"lair', e *<>t"ttaex S.wCiaeirVice-Chalrmaii: ; Mrs:B.B. *ctlons.: for: these' ''articles just sent Red 'Cn-ss' worsen ,vill. 'make, inches.)' A .I large* committee! .of; prominent:;

: t..,' V '- Simpson; Mrs.: E. E., W.llsaeeref out from headqnnrtes' varies'.a little apparent'' our kinship ,of thought,. as Knit.. 38 stitches! bind, off 22 stitches women"of iiissfmmee-and.enthu.Ia'' *.
:' cA.>..OanenA. E. Donegan. tary; M.. Katz, ''treasurf r,',and* Judge. from the'old ones and this weeks issue welt .a* ,kinship of effort( ,*' even (opening' for'neck);. Knit.;?!8. tic wRrkera': at others-points'' in ,the'couniya '
.Judy" .. Mtt9hy.f ''''' **".* "" the the rush and.stress of active have signified' thtr intention-
T >JC' f Murphy. \; 1 JMri of the-Gazette will publish' through . First Shoulder. -.; '
of : ime to'
S *psr ,?'ott>Woman'svWork-. (; Cadet prissidedioyer.'meef new, 'rules''for'' knitting' the sweaters work. .Kiiit'2', Purl'2,forv (stitches J then sfctrlnff nelther;.) nor .ffort
Mrs., "r?;i Sryati; d" ing. The'work.of the Civilian,Relictcommittee and the following" week wiU print thedirections' Therefore: at a meeting of the War Knit 2. ,furl\ 2, back'o'ver, the., '28 make: ,the' November.pledged'their--drive ajcomplete: 1'
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riislipussi Knitting Department-* for the socks. Cut out' Council held on Wednesday, October I success. ve
t "a" thoroughlydiscussed; stitches. Continue,. to,knit, and 'purl
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Oseeola-
J. 8.' Carr r r ;these guides and file them foryour 2nd it was, : lest co-operation inputting'" -
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Mr.;'Dadelistating that a nurse, had back and forth in .this -way15 times; the* "
Use for. alt articles handled by 'Resolved t: That every day at the I county'"over the top" with full
I been l secured to follow the physician which leaves the. wool. at inner edgo.
.sAaiiaml pectten :of' Red Cross Offl- i In the homee where they'have;' 'laflu3ensa'andcar. the!: Red Cross;must be made by the .hour:,of .noon i in every workroom of. Break' off wool and tie' it at neckopening -. quota.. >
Mrs. C. II. Summers will serve .u,
i '% cers Noveaiber 20th. same specifications and come 'to the. American Red Cross throughoutthe '
!;. for the ;nick, ,to prepare up .
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The :annual election 'of officers toygerve food or, render'any.aervlce' need a set standard or will be returned as I ,whole of the United States upona for'Secoud, holl1dett : chairman >y
t Earl) Lupfer, vice-chairman, supported -:: _
; the Kisiimmee chapter for the ed., He stated that in his eapadty of useless.' Th.'U'ft., maybe' obtained j given signal.'all work'shall cease Purl 2, Knit 2, for 28/stTtcnes, then by the following committee'. I"

t qatC'r, which' regularly held mayor of the! city; .jihd chairman 'of from the Red -Cross headquarteriinthe :for a'period' ;of one minute., i Purl 2: Knit 2, back over the ,2B well known ladiesj',Mrs W:,. U ,Winn, ,
'. this time' in silence we, the '
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In October has been' building.A During
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postponed"until the Red Cross, and of department stitches. Continue to knit and purl Miss'' Eleanor )Moseley Miss SusieMcGulre
;;Wednesday. November.20th,' when 1 members of the Red Cross, will sol I
of civilian relief, the people were back and forth in this way( ,15 times, Mrs.": Lewis CrBryan. Mrs..
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II 1s"hated V[ .an enthuslastlo: naa.pia.be readily' eo- peratln..; with. ... him-; both steady flow, of Red Cross siren, : emnly concentrate our 'minds upon which leaves the' wool 'at outer edge. J. S. Cidel/Mri. H.; C. Stanford Mrs
'......< held with an approp in 'reporting :homes where aid, was plies'to our.people and to our Allies 'our beloved soldiers and. sailors overseas ;'Knit'..plain 28,stitches;" cast .on 22 G..C; Livingston, Miss, Helen K.-Saw- .

s ,..*. :yrog.ro.-- including the custom. needed 'andassisting where "(neigh is an evidence of the loyalty devotion'I I all, and who'Utt.0.nobt7."even ;unto their. offering lives forus.their stitches;' and/'knit''' plain"'across,- e"28 yer,,Jttn. ,B.' Bryan: Mrs. .Gillesple, ,,, 1

.... ,. '.. .,."" "' ". '.' . .. stitches of first'shoulder. Mrs.' M. B; Carson Mrs..' S. H., Bulfoek,7Miss -'
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.. ;. 'V ': We shall think 'one-tope as one, '
,; ' " ., (C) Knit,28:.tltcI-Purl! ; 2,,Knit :
< ' f"i 'i'' \ In. Marion .Porter Miss Myr-
fI <\ ; j for their deflnite"ictory and: their .
h fi" :.: : V : '" : ; 2, for 22 stitches then Knit 28.,, : '
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.. 1/ Y" " '''' i: -.,.;, ., .?:"fr .dividual 'well ;being: .consecrating ourlelves ; tills ;Beater ;Miss .Marie Hnddleston,
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I' ' /'" (D) .1Cnif'28 stitches,''Knit. 2,Purl Persons .
Miss AlmlnaUrtner
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...<. ,... "... . '.....' c.. ,' ...._.. .,... ." ........ ,. .... I .,' I ; anew to'oar' country 'and'. to 2,'for.22 stitches; then Knit.28.' Repeat \ ; 'Miss Elizabeth' Aultman
I. 1 those who,6&'h labor. and suffer for '
1 her becoming'"one of them in service. (C) and (D') -for' 121'J'Ows,. ,((2, Miss!Albina' Smith',. Mrs. H.'M."Kelt,
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:. . ., :)'!.'"l 4: J ,. May this1 united Prayer, gathering "JCnlt: plain 1.1neb.-, . ;; ler,''Miss Alberta:Hopeon.;Mrs; R..M. "'
. love and faith mount .
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.' \>,, '.' " ,', ')i ." "j'J ', .. f"1.heaven I power itself, descending thence in Knit 2, Purl 2, across; Purl 2, Knit Evans, K.....Z;;'.Ze'RobrsonMrs'T., '(, ;: ;
: : : midst'of..our'dearonesjwhereverihey 2back.CoatInIM' this for 4 inches. IL;'JUnn, :.Mrs. w. B',!)Ia.ldnao ,Mrs,
;y, :/h. Bind' off;.loosly. Sew up: sldes, tear )L*C.'Bryan;; and Mrs.'E.C.,Bryan., q
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,; it :, The Bank: For: Women edition,'to be at aU times...their. comfort ing"a Inches, for"armholes..'' Shigle At,;? St; Cloud ,Mrs., Edd. Geprger
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and .their'.strength.. I' crochet .1 Tow'around:- -neck ,arm. KI'I.'iU"U"; Zimmermanand pirs.J, + r
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< :::a, 'I.f is'a' mighty:"big convenience for women to. have V check "g account 4 .:.' f" :'DITTIMG''STRtlcnOHS., ,; Neck (when:stretched). '11 'inches dlitrictID,,' of other parts ':of_ the' ,?
\ .. > t 'SWEATERS : ) -Across"chest .(not ;stretched); .17201nches.4 county arranged by the''men in their
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!.', w '" ... )'',''1 .. ... IMPORTANT. "SUGGESTIONS,: -.;.. ... a'Re4cressnMettittow campaign;' ,)11'1.1;' :: K., Singletaryhas :

+'i:, .' "tt.imph6e I patme b of sLowi 'bills, systematizos tM'diitn-bu: ,' : ', l' "f 1 P" . .teen appointed>> for Campbell .StationMrs. / "!s
"' : ,, Casting on",and binding. most be ; Past Due.'A11'siibcriptlona .. .. Charlie Donegan for 8t. ,.Cloud;,
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y : rf i a'o ).ouietotd ezpeaw: di uthe.onlp{ i) afe'way to protect money 14'-/: : ; loo.... / v !tc ',the 1;Red Cross Mrs. W.'JL.; Phillips'for_ Konaneville;.

,11 i I:r ". .Wheni .knitting';w(tti '.*woi' needles, not-.paid now' are past due' and.if'not Mattle BaUd.n... for .Whittier., -Mrs.4 fi;
t' i o against.... . ..lo.. ..; Weariekesys, , -,pleued....M .- td'sssiit. /ourwomen'pitrons. ' m". I t, "I'., ' I It always slip the'first stitch.. paid ,,within-;!tUe nest few'days"',will Buckley, for..N.i-eooe... ., ''Mrs.: W. I.
; : i their"financial' affairs ' t 'To J '...un.4.Carment. lay.It on'a have. 'to' be reported, 'to'headquarters. .. Barber, for"Caroline' (PartIn .Settle-:
trsnsscpm -'
2 .- ' level! surface and measure;;with a de* as delinquent. inent).;anci .)In.. H. .W..,,Morrow. for''..,
.. peadable"' ,(wood,. :metal,, 'or East the' subscriptions in Klisimmee :- Shingle Creek., -
,.Command. $" t'OF r '1'::" i 4 ;r, measure ,: year: ,
.. i ;: .not"a: tape line.) :< were "paid.wMfcoat la. single An wort will be'mad 4'to' interest''
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