Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: November 8, 1918
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00880
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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Thorough Organization of MeujWolUen'and/ 4al ' .. y'' .

j 'People "Has Been Perfected: in This Cdunty ( n iAK1NGa \ Pat Johnston appeared before the
Board lof. Commlhsloners
Committees and Teams are'Ready for Whirl-
Q ,'ATiON Monday and stated that Otcoolv
"wind Campaign.Erom.Novcmber tUb to 18th-- county should be" represented at..the,
Crisis' Patriotic 4 T' FlOrida .St.te Exposition; to bo'heldIn''Jacksonville
Iii This'Supreme,National:. Every from November 29thto

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/ Edgewater Farms'1Company'and' Mil.
: Burn, 'of Narcoossee- could"get 'to-' : .
'1, .. '" getlier'\wo,'cars'of good cattle.. .He ,,11
t-';.,Organization! for) Osceola' l County ., ', .: ''n,-.';"" therefore enough ked to the pay board the to freight appre>to pf..rlate >, u

IIL, ..I,1, ',,,' Jacksonville -and,back and for 'the
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Osceola county has, always, res- y1 _' ,,' ,' feeding' and careof' the the", stock' '
|$;:,4tpond. to everl'c.U of the. govern? ., while atthe, fair.
SPEAKERS; : : The board' ''was 'uncertain'1' whether'
1II"ent: .n1"hoe"gone' "over top NOTED a
fgaiij\ and again In ''furnishing' 'Its I : : 4g' t or, not the ..,County Fair' Association,

'I quota toward supplying the sinews o; Ct NEE ( ,WEEKKisaimmee.will was going' tohold. ,a''fair this winter,,
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"'vv.. put the, drive foe funds'-to carry i :. r .and as the :xpense'',of ;both, 'wou'ldhave
t; .n the work of the Big Seven in sup= to come .oust 0" tie, .publicityfund "i
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6 plyini"a! -c6mf6fts"to"'bur"'boyslighting ; a .' greatly favored ,.the ,matt r.wasr put. off, until ;,
*for'the".tef'Y1'.ortbe..worli. ; next-week,in-the-epeaker who will 'V President S, LupfercouM: be \. j
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is likely' to" reach ..2 hitherto: unheard- be here.andUke.; rp.rt': ];;i1J ,the great municated with. ,- .<
'i' of velocity and establish .a record for drive for the United War'Work fund S. L, Lupfer'president, ;of tho O;cer *
the county. and Jt is urged ,upon each and everyone : ota t County,Fair t Association;'appear
coun1y =' to lay aside. other'dutiesandbepresent V ed and;stated that It''was,the I intentlon '
Evans chairman
Prof. R. M.-
at these 'to hear" '' .
'Association"to the
meetings !r'of.j the, hav,, i
is "receiving' the activeandc.n. C r;. 'r' _ Fair this 'winter, .In thusiastic,support ithewheel: horses .'The.p..f will formally .
ng program asme time'' as the meeting ,of the, *
In''previous,campaign*,,and }it.adding \: S
+pen Sunday"wfcen Dr Vincent, of : State Live' Stock Association; which '
new> material. to! his cabinet. Rollins College and Mrs:* Geo.' I*. _ is to be,held bare 'H.. ;;'stated \hat"lf "
The, names of the meii'and women Dyer' of Winter Park; will. both ad- ''V would not be'so large It was1
c who are planning this" blow to 1112nI dress the people. They will be ac -S T: V. : the!:laVHme ,but would T>e"more "In
Ism, follows:. the Glrla Glee Club of Ute n.turenof aTlivo""stock" ;exhibit

R. M. Evans, chairman; Mayor 'JJ! Rollins, who,'add'the; inspiration ofmuaie than aoytWngy-.+e,,;though racing;
S. Cadet vicechairmanT.'J.: 'Wood- .to. .the 'splendid treat' in store _V 9 would! be.held.* i* .1. A ;

.all, secretary; Miss;;.Uelen\. ..Ba.*,I for. .the;;.audience.: This will /1 take -: '! It was decided. "that this be b&thl. ',
'" ...iatant'.tre..urer..J.' ; L. Overstree;;: plaa'- at the) Casino at 2:80 o'clock. Ii case the balance that'woUld be avail* senough'tO

-", : t. -k I D".'..W ;W-oUexander-,-. Chief of .th. ,r.-. .
Terer p' Commlttee-r-Dr X.:, ,TJ. Southeastern Division of'th. Y. M. .send.the cattle to the Jack ..'"'

"W. B. Witherspobn-. C. A.,:"with/ headquarters at Atlanta, ; aonvillo Fair and,.also-to; assist -tbt' -
Coleman Rev. O. B. Falls, .Rev.-,Klrk-: will be the guests of the city.. Dr, -----I., County Fair in January
by and Col. Lewis O'Bryan. Alexander i* a speaker'of great pow : "
Publicity Committee-W.' 'B. Harris and' .'so greatly in demand during J : !
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C. F. Johnson Pr Witherspoon; this; campaign that he Is giving only : ":' /, Uncle.Sam Moda:oast the caD;I 3,000,000 boy sire waiting for Your answer. J a J1 THE;. ELECTIONs ;
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::' and J. D. ;Woodbeckj: |' gt;$| three days *of his time in Florida. One :- ;-:;;;- .;;;;, .- ,''''', ,1.''''' 'iI NM.Mp,- .y, , 1 The i ceneral'election held,.Tuesday w
Local .and;'Precinct Chairmen: ,' of'these he spends' in Kissimmee, andno .!$ 'Ii "' 1 '."" \\i;<;//i ,', SL ACKER! ,, STE'I ;ROLLER READY-;', ..u r L4 attracted little attention"" and "the,
.- L. one should miss the opportunity to /' ',, ... ", '" ' ' ' "poll
Kissimmee Lupfer. :; fOR UNITED WAR WORK smallest vote cast that has been ,
St.' Cloud-Rev. Jenkins. hear him. '.. ed in the county for years- ..Tb.w ...
Campbell-R, Trimbell. On Thursday night'I the Dixie Y.. d.'t"want te be called that-you would" just M aeon,ba called -.Prof. R.' M. Evans, county chairman no local fight,over of the'of- ,
{, Deer-Prk: 'and"' ''Raulertron-WiUlUm 'Theater; -at '7:80 o'clock," 'Rev,' '''Bun- YELLOW' DOG. for.'the-United War' Workers' (cam- flees and every voter, .. ?
I H.,'Kempfer.' : '* <- yan Stephen;; Y; M.: C. A. Secretary Bat eye will. unless. yon __ patgn beginning next Monday when dent that constitutional

} K nanlVi1l -R. V. ;Phillips stationed 'at"Johnston: ; will be COME ACROSS. ,-' Osceola; county will, 'without doubt, I and the, compulsory ,

: Narcoossef-Fred'W.Hm.': : 4, here.1 Much local interest will center Heretofore-MR., BUSINESS MAN-yon-who in the- previous drives "go'over'the top" inraising the quota II.w.: would' carry ,easily ; :
'" Kissimmee Park-R. R. llamiiton.LokoaeeT. round the'visit'of Dr. Stephens from should have-paid a'goodly tam for the benefit of the.boy fightiag for you assigned'her to car.ry'on the work ef ;,whiM proved to be

M.. Edris. his former connection with' the First ".ver there" have put down a measly Ten ((10) dollars, and wore your button the'\ Bier Seven as the. organizations '"antls"_were jn! ,a em.I.}
) I Shingle, Creek--C. A. Garrett Baptist Church' .of,KUsimmee, which proudly! knowing that no one outside of the committee would know what loa caUed.1'' .-J Cill-Pf.: large number. ,the '
Mulberry Sink-B. G. Hancock. he served as' pastor for two'y'ear. had. paid rYou. While; Chairman Evans is fully con :of the countT'are serving
:' '; East:: Lake-Ira Weatherby, Jr. Dr.; Stephens is "inspiring' speakerand too, 'Mr. OI&ce.Holder-elected perhapsby the totes of our own fident*pf ultimate victory, hj Is leaving '. at this time, and the

Center Park-L. E., Partin.. he'will 'add'much'110'. the enthusiasm *"* Company. B, who are IB the mad.and dime of the breaches, contributed stingily.. no stone unturned to insure lueceae ,was to'.ome 'extent
r Bassville and Alligr.. or Lake--'W. of' the drive 'f asked You,too, Mr. and MISS CLERKejoying warm comfortablebed /of"the" drive and vin *organising: the small vote cast. "
+; H. Mann. The'.Home'Guards'will, be to at night; while the boys. of our tow.< are standing guard for yon at the his workers for a county-wide effort' The county Is',, :
Ashton-W' P. yaon. hold their drill' earlier than'usual and FRONT, contributed a Ettle. is giving careful attention to the details cally by the same board
Union Center-Fred Harvey. go*in a body to hear Dr. Stephens.It'is You too Mr. and Mr*. LABORING PEOPLE, who are here at home of his plans. s itoners. E. Ii. D.

\ Clark's' School. -W; W. Clark. possible that Miss Mary Cady, going about your'daily life, hardly knowing there i is a war going on except .This morning at-k10; o'clock a, county ed himself as [ 4

w Miss', Inca I' Canon, district: chair- the Educational :and.' ,Organization that you are getting bigger wages than yon ever dreamed of, helped out a lot. convention"was"called 'at the' high trict ,No.'1, Ernest, Mach =
I., "" Ia county chairman 'for the woman's Field of the.Y., W:'C. "A.,may be ee- what,,the boyi of today are sow doing, without any help such as we ...trying and''their' workers were' asked to be, elected to district No. 3, "

f activities during the. campaign, and cured forone_ day. in", the city but to give; helped out. ', '' :' present ,and talk.'over,the best method*t tI er:, Hill iard having d : <
has appointed Mrs. C. H. Summers this cannot be definitely stated at You. too RETIRED MEN-FRIENDS ,wke visit u* during the' winter to I "f reaching' every person, with, and Commissioner, B. j jpolled'
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$1! local chairman. assisted by Mrs. J. E; this, time. s enjoy oar' GOD-GIVEN climate -and the'PUBLIC;' generally:..contributed appeal. to patriotism ,I'I i a majority of
r Lupfer, at Kissimmee and Mrs.:'Edd Among""thelocal/s-kera) who will some, and for all this { i. The ,, unoccupied storeroom in the dred votes over 0.-.R. B. "
T George, at'St. Cloud. 'Other' ladies aid,In ,the'county campaign in Attorney THE BOYS THANK YOU. PUley'buildin' (''hasVbeen secured! 'for ponent for district No P.C.
I ; who' have 'been 'named to actively cooperate Milton Pledger, who.will holdameetlng'ln But whaiLu gone befoce is put. What wt needed b.f.rdwas. small" 'eadquarters; for the county:; and the .' W. -Bass and W. R. ;
, | in the drive at Kissimmce, St.,..Cloud, -Monday night. compared to what we .eed new.r.V> V -,, city M +''well as'' for the week of the re'-elected:' to the'county 4

Sw.:" aye:? ;Mrs. Wk-ti'"Winn'Miss: Eleanor : 'MEETING Our boys have, proven what YOUNG AMERICA can do-although WE 'drive, and heceMisi- HelenBass assistant lic instruction, and W. +
% :lUoseley 'Miss Susie: McGuIre, Mrs. CITY COUNCIL secretary" will' be 'on hand to was elected'to the board :
knew it.before they .went Ia-and;: we nut-raiwZ00,000,000 to J t'O,oar I
j; .' Lewis O'Bryan Mt ., .I!,S. Cadel, Mrs: The .City Fathers 'met' in regular 4,000,000.fighting ,men a few comfort. .< I rec'efvi'the reports which should be ,. position. V''J+,
', II.:C.. Stanford Mrs C. G.CLivings: \; aeseion"Tuesday evening,'with Chairman jV WHAT ARETOU GOING.TO DO.J i sent, dilly wherever It. is- possible. ,A. J. MacDonough and '
Lawson, president and Councilmen 'The*thermometer;in'' thcfwlndow' will 'nolds both asked for. the '
Miss"Helen K Sawyer. Mrs.: B. Bryan, dos
K We believe' that cine knew what our boys ,will contribute -
are you -
Haley, .Taylor,Carson, and Reed. yea g I
% Mrs' Gillespie; Mrs: M. 'B. Carson, Inform the public of the velocity the
know how
rt'' with other .city''officials''' in atten liberally and iu order that the' pablic nay liberally you (Continued On Page
f' Mrs': S: H: Bullock; Miss Marion Porter be in the drive has jreached and ft: tally> .
dance. have given, your name and the' amount yea co.tribat..wiD., printed .. "
.| ,'Miss Myrtilla Beals, Miss Marie VALLEY GAZETTE-: will show each!' 'morning the ,exact
Miss Few spectators'were present and i standing of each district throughout :'mt in the grand
,.Hnddleston, Mrs. Geo.: Persons, ; once ; ,
hew much in the next FOUR MONTHS to help
than routine business 'of Figure out can give
/ little other you the )
Almina Leitner, Miss Elizabeth Ault- this county. On Friday Valley The negro'population
: considerats the bey* 4hen add more to H-ADD, ADD, ADD until it hurt. -.
allowing bill came up.for .
Ga.iette'wtJI the name. of .
man ; Miss Albina' Smith; Mrs: HJ M.lHitr : publish" overlooked in this ,
subscribe and f
Some one will call,on yea next week *o be .ready to .
Prentis trhoje who contributed or pledgedto be message and
Miss Lillian Mrs.: J. W. > ? i local hate told.the {
W* Miller.-;'Mill"Alberta HoPs n.. Mrs.. R. County Agent' Mlna Albina Smith, MEMBER, you. eaa'ld.r. to have your name appear in your paper : contribute.,i with amount of each -ontribnte toward the '
when. all friend and e.eniea-
followed TEN Dollar subscription *-
support" establishing' by a your
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asked for a
tM.., Evans;,.Mrs, J. Z. Roberson Mrs. i knows contribution. The names not reported 'or' our boys '"overthere, ,
bow that it should. be FIFTY for ONE dollar when CTerybtfdy e
Home Demonstration, Kitchen, and er '
S TJ M. Rivers-'- Mrs 'W. B. Makinaon, 1 in'time' for this week's'paper: will simmeo 'J.. M. Wilson
|/,Mr*. NV .C.. Bryan\, .and Mrs/ E: *C. $10 per'month was voted to' 'be'applied it sLeeld'be TEN. __ .*. r appear:*|n the next issut. chairman for,,'this "'
Think it caref.OjHelp -
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te': Brymn.. J on'rent'of 'suitably: 'roonj for over \,Chairman!Evans is.'apealing: to'th. drive for Kissimmee.."
the cheerfully.'
E St.CloudMrs.. .Edd George Mrs. the purpoae. boys commanding officers of the, Osceola On I SUldatai-ht: a big
j[$" L. U., Zimmerman! and Mrs.,,,J., K.Hf 'The members of the KissimmeeVolunteer. And Think above of them.al1--1Ioa't'prayerfully be 'a yT r' Home Guards, the ',Womat *' Home Ine ''wi]]". be' held when' :

,Cpnn.. ; \ VCampbeU .Fire Department-were' given . Guards to the various churches, the speaker will be present
|. .. Ststion-in 4n: J.. .tq' SinL.gletary. it was voted1 SLACKER. .? v; lodged the band organization and the music supplied by the
v ;::; allow'$2.60 for _their regular monthly |tP. S. you 'positively. cannot&. oaythiag, (and wo know there; it.eo.e .chool to enter"the 'e campaign a from RoUlD .College;

K 1.t Deer. k'ark-birs.'Charlie',Donegan"". meeting-in place of $1;.which;is now < -..:caaaet ).we will cheerfully l print as being exempt Givethe competitive spirit and endeavor to in the drive which

|" Kenansvilie-Mrs. \W. .1*' ..PhilUps, ; paid each""member. A few minor, matters reason why you. ARE exempt... '' V J .. make the organization they -are Monday.' \

|. V WhitterVMatti| ; Balsden.; ;came"up1.for.; discuaslon.vSnptC .... .. .. .. ; members'.ol take aa I'OIDIneBta'rt. .Whh the county.
P' 'Nareoo '' :-Mtt.( .Buckley, \ira. H E.. LJvermore "arrived trom'lLebabon MW:Olivine Savage, who has been in the'amounts ''subscribed aa postlblelWhere eager"to sot

'Ii !''Carolina':_ (Partin SettlementMrsWi )"-- .> .; ;, E::; Yowell. .,' county Chair' 'Coninlr: yeaterday;.''to,Depend ill with] pneumonia', the .home of ian Individual is a member of tioq and the enthusiasm
' ., - the winter with',EVans Agnew her grandparents Mr. and Mrs.' J .H. -than organization Ida the ..
I.. };artier.- mllh.. I more con'tribntlon by .m. -m..tmC; of :,
v ShtmgleCreek-Mre.: ., H.; 'W..; Mort 'S. L. Lupfer, 'Jr.,,'usiitaflt county and family;' Mrs..,Livermore' Pike of;'Eagle'Lake, baa entirely re- wIU >e' credited to'each In 'U open nnder most
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ditlon.. The voyage?was a delightful 1: grateful that they were not :with
,, 'WE are never without: Dr.: Calct- one and while it required three weeki their' belongings. -'- -

'I' Syrup Pepsin in our to cross, it was pleasant. I think, We, were a news Hungry ''busohwhen
however1, we all were glad to set footon | we reached port.. The ,great

home and.never will be as long, as we can get, land again., , > counter+offensive J had ben''undetwa7:; :
For the first'few: 'days it fox about iten\days'whenipre/ ler'.tbe :.; Will Sel'Shoes'
it. We have ,used it for the past four years and pleasant sailing, the sea i was,just like States, ;and we had .had no definite '.u. j

it has saved us many a doctor's bill.' It is fine one of our Florida' lakes on a calm news for well 'nigh three--'weeks7you -1t< "
day. But after'we were,out a weekwe know how we detovred ,the firs
r .for. the children and they love to take it." had different! werther. The sea bit of news, and that,, we made 'a
. became choppy and and t. Only For Cash .
From a I letter to Dr. Caldwell written bY\ grew worse grand rush for tlej( news stands.I : 'j"t.
(Mr. and Mn. Harry Robbins, 2207 So. I worse, until ,we 'were rolling very enjoyed my stay In. England, .
I' A St., Elwood Ind. / much<
YLI .r feet high, but the sailors said it was saw many interesting, sights. Wouldhave
not*rough.' When, waves, got '40, 50 liked to see some more but was '
friend that after this dateno
This ie i to notify my and customer
Dr. ,Caldwell'sSyrup or 60 feet high thvn'the sea was get. pretty well tired -out every night and
: ting roilgh. There were only' a few 'as I did not know how strenuous shoes will be charged to any one under any circumstance*. ',', '

1' who weathered the voyage with a would be our work when we' reached '
I Pepsin1he s clear record.:, Some misted,only a few the field. I did not. want to be completely The- government t has fixed the' price of ,SHOES for all grade, 1''

meals, bne was on his back practically worn out,I,,did see the rower: "
and the profit will 'now*be too mall to permit, telling !them on charge
all. ,the way across and thought every Which at different periods has served
Petj ct'Laxatlve day wa.'hie' last. I was thankful asKing's palace prison, and fotress account.: .

hat I had no ,unpleasant experience. St. Paul's Cathedral t, the TempleCo ;
k Sold by Druggists Everywhere '. I was at every meal and ate, too, and rls. Westminister Abby/fiucking- < Our Stock however; will be kept fully up to the usual standard !(
:' .,. kept, what I cat, not heaving, anything ham Palace, House ,c-f ParlimentI wilr"continue '
and line the best Shoe ,
handle lull.I I of quality ,
''' we to 'a
t 50 cts. (G s::) $1.00 ,: overboard. I I Music Art 'Galleries etc.! In all of '
for Men. Women and Children, and solicit continued patrona.eo";
The days passed pleasantly. We' these places .were many things of your ,
r, md a French class, some military,in great interest, but the most' interesting i' .Jt...,
y Constipation makes children, uncomfortable, cross and structionboat, drill every day' except ;; the ones of greatest historical' "

irritable, just as it does older' people. Dr. Caldwell's when it was almost impossible to retain 'value, were all protected by sandbags
your footing Because of,the roll orremoved to more secure.'pla H.C.STANFORDCO. 1
Syrup Pepsin acts easily .and naturally ,and promotes Ing 'of the boat. While'we ''were,at ces Cor'sa 'ety. I would.have liked tt}

?' normal regularity. A trial bottle can be obtained free'of sea the'' nights were' the longest, ',see the crown .jewels, but they: are ", ,s
''r dreariest part. At first it was pleasant not shown now' .e
Dr. W. B. Caldwell 458
charge by writing Washington '1
the'weather'was mild but it soon I think I mentioned on one of my
r St., Monticello, Ill. or' became,,chilly'; and too cold to sit on cards that -I met; Dr 'Stafford from "

-.' -- deck;and the lights, were "strictly forbidden Windemere, Fla., at,the Eagle; Hut, ,
that is, so they could be seen Y. M. 'C.- A., London I was'glad' to IiQverland
_i. SA1LOOOYS away from the vessel. We were perlIitted see 'him,-and he was to see! me. He
1 lights in the staterooms, but was standing in the doorway, the OSCEOLA, HOTEL '.>.
all openings ,,had to be closed, so that morning following our arrival and so
.' Mr. and Mre.Ceo., E. Babcock are you several cards and will write a the air soon became' stuffy, and the' we passed into our initial conference. ,Will'open felt the Fall,and Winter ,
,in receipt' cf) the following letter letter more fully. There are so many only thing", we could,do was to go to I saw him and extended my hand andI v'i Season, sept;'-12th. 'i i. now under new managemeDL :'

from Rev.,0; W. Spahr, formerly of things that I .have seen' anti about bed. I I I I he grabbed me and': said, "Oh, you Families'contemplating ,spending All work on all makes of can and '1
--- Orange Center, who ,was sent, oversea which I would like to-write you, thatI We did have several pleasant evenings Florld "Cracker." I was the.:only one the;winter In KIe.h.... will find
..a' Y M. C. ,A. secretary,and scarcely know/ how to begin, and however. One of these was he had seen whom he had known in our' accommodation,, pleasand and marine work done promptly. Frank v<,"I
ii now with the 'American force in what to mentlcn.: Time and apace: while,we were lying in harbor; awaiting -;,I the States. He isthe hut physician: home-like. .G. ). Jones ie in charge of the repair f

Italy I ". : wilt| not permjt me to write as fully'as the'asembling of the,convoy. We:.there., He had been< there about three ,RATES' REASONABLE' : deparbnenL' ,
; Care, American: ,Y. M. 0.; A.:, 12 Rue I, would like; censorship rules and, had &;: musical, entertainment,, and It months. :
1 de Aguewiea\ ; PcrlsFrance., Sept.. 12. regulations also require me to be developed we hadsome excellent tal-|I I This Eagle. Hut is a great::proposi -'MQS' .'1,W H. ARNOLD' f. tie TYNERtMg ; ;
-My Dear Friend*;- I, have,written careful what I write. ent aboard. Another one was given tion. I presume,it 13'not saying too /' MIOPMCTItCSS r:

iED I'd like "to tell you all about the trip I a week'later'and/ night or two later j[I I much to'say that it is the best known ...
I* : CROSS VANISHING CREAM we 'went, the company, in. which we: it- was repeated .below for the crew; places, in London. There are about ,,

(WITH KltOXIDf) .. "'" traveled,,the ship with us, the portof they enjoyed it immensely. ||1400 workers there nearly'all volun- .. . . ... . .. .. ........ ,.................... ..... . .. .
e' .A rraaseless cream of snowy whiteness.Delightfully l entry-but all these ere 'among; When *e were about two weeks .tary, and from all clases' Ladies .I
( perfumed. A day ream ;
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t, t ;ior- oily skin*. Softens the hard live the forbidden subjects : out sore 'were"'.divided into {watches, [from the nobility thore'work side by
r} of the face. Protect it from sunburns, There were 99 Y. M., C. A. Secretaries -1 and! did' duty ,at' night, and the' last ;';.Id .,with,the, girls from the stores
wind, tana and cold weather. Affords aboard our vessel' and only, three days, we had 24-hour1: watches,i j Many'of, these girls, fine ones, too l' ,
*Amoco a excellent Beauty foundation Faee Powder.. for 'Thin applying and about a dozen other passengers; only one man ,bnj duty two I hours and off I j[work in the shops during the day and

w', more than one hundred.other Red Cross one,woman aboard, and she'the stewardess four, and so on,., during! the' 24I :[upend I their evening1 hours in,the hut RS.FLOYD;
Remedies and Toilet preparation.. sold :! We did practically: as we happened to be on watch when ''we ministering '''to- the soldiers congre ,
y; and guaranteed only by pleased, on' the vessel under the regulations sighted the light house which told' us j]{',I gating there. And these are from all

irk CENTRAL DRUG STOKE prescribed because of our con- that'w.,were nearin&the,'end of our,the English" Ipoaklng"' fo es.; I give .

11 I voya, .. It did not mean; however,I|t,I a faint Idea of''their'activity there ,\ ,

that the' danger was past, for rear j(j:this is a record: of;one day, recently: .
MAN ATTAN'"OTfL that light the; vessel l having aboard I.2372, meals served one day{ 11545 :, Groceries and
A. E. DROUGHT 57''Y.\ M., C.' A. secretaries was sunk pancakes' baked in one months, 10639 A
Now Open for the Winter,Season.A some months before.. They were; all I II soda" fountain,drinks 368'men.slept I
115 Broad".,: rayed, but everything they had was ,during one, month; 'King George aqd -)

Real ''Estate .''Family Hotel with all the .Com. lost, and they were an odd looking lot j I I Queen Mary visited the Hut isf ther.tded ,.,ar
and Insurance forts of Home. when they landed. I presume they did recently and 'ate.: ome of fche 'pan Fresh Meats
not'care.for that,' being only. too cakes and were much pleased with
what was being done for the!comfort<

The Home Insurance( Co. ,of New .RATES. ,-,'$2.60. PER, .!:... ...DAY.. , For_.Indigestion--- 'Biliousness Constipation" ,'or I of the soldiers. There is. not a night
York, the National Fire InsuranceLCoW I YQSWrl'H but that they have something eithera,th.\Week.f Just try one BO-cent bottle of LAX-
: The 8onr anti PKPS1N A Liquid Digestive move picture,' or some form of en-
a Harr'trordr'! \. ,
e ',;,' manyother''reliable. }'' companies/? (MRS $ '$ V" GtJfii f ; Laxative pleasant to take. Made andnICOIft..nded tertainment to 'keep 'the .boys .away Phone 1 ?6, 02Broadwa '
Her" ;. r l to the public by Paris MedI- from the temptations of the streets, >> ,
cine manufacturers of Laxative Bromo and there''are temptations all right. "'
t Quinine aad Grove's Tasteless chin Tonic. 'j I
Stringent military .a-egulatloivs: are '
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--- doing much to.keep-wrvoysstraigni:, .
indeed compared wfth.thja soldkrs, of ....o..o.o..o.. o..o.. ....

the other allied forces,, we have a --r
t record of which ''America may well ,
;c ,. .... ,f be proud. Put Your Foot on the Rock ;
When London 'real
"' .' you you i
1y ize that we are living under 'ab- of property by investingyour 'f
normal conditions One, saw very
t' A Delicious ;Drink savings in real estate. ,
few men of military' age ''on the
streets, bpt one did see lots of,women ( Don't say you\haven't saved

and, girls on the streets,in.uniform*. ;..v1 r enough. We can sell you a

.fnsi i : d of Coffee Ido, not know what all the uniforms '-j: lot for ,a very little cash ,
signified, but t know that it meant '-i' I down. While you are paying
.., '"' that in England at least,the' woman t :
the balance the
power as well)) as.the man/power was property
: ? When mobilized. will be growing in value all
any reason. you While there was evidence: on. all I .. I the time. See us if you are

sides \that there,:was war, while, one "c t open to a gold proposition! ,
,. chan a 'xatle-clpink i H E evidences of sorrow and t
idi; your ,. : saw many in the very beat section of
JL suffering; I did not hear, one word'ofcomplaint Florida.BREAKER .
lIen ; ,or a, wo'rilithat' the war
: ,is ark exc ,", .idea -fQo--bry would end other than in, the absolute REALTY COMPANY

defeat'of the enemy, Any'other peace
; would be unsatisfactory. And this . KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA r,
': condition I'' found, also. 'In France
x rINS"'A'N"T Posm I : though there was more tokens of. fjor- b
iII row, more black'clothes,"ettt, to: be compartment prevails wherever I No. 101 Tonic is, therefore, an ideal if
I Z; seen (in there than' {Ir4'England; even, have been in Europe. I ,presume it preparation. It never fails to produce, '
," ; t ""I-found the country through whichI tad its origin no doubt in the.distinctions desirable results and it is specially
C' 1 i traveled in England not very'''differ that exist here between the no. suitable for, fighting the "flu." No '
II f_ TTns ai I .,. ent! from the northern part of ,our illity and the common people. The other combination of drugs' Could* '
r ..: I pleasing I 1hol:: ; c.up'has 4 own country. Indeed; had 'I''' not Jim Crow coaches of,the South are a produce such happy results. Try a',

,:: known where I was I. ,might have Little apprpach to this idea. few doses of' it and be convinced.of x
I coffee-likes rflayc and Some of of 99 remainedin '
., rich ; imagined I I was travelling,; through our group its marvelous' power.' Your druggist,
?. that' } if I had not England for work among the ,
Pennsylvania, s, can supply you-25c and 60c bottles.
besides I being; ag'reeable 'Hbp.taste ; looked at 'the method of transportation. troops scattered over the United Refuse to accept any substitute.

.. : ,, You may have heard of the' Ut'tIe ((Continued On Page Seven.) There is nothing like D>. Williams'
c has -the\ added meri'tso : engines and coaches.; 'Well, they No. 101 Tonic in influenza eaters *.
do strike an American;accustomed to '' either as a remedy or ve.
.the'rnonstet'engineeandlarge/ steel ,-
.. ; ; quick prep ra+ioneconomy; I coaches of' our, American'roads, as Remarkable'Medicinal Properties, of Save for Your Country or 'Slave for,

p' : '.rather strange, but,wheat'one!rides \In a tNoted'Doeto .Prescription. the Hun. '
and -freedlom;from all harmful ; them he finds them very comfortableand ( and roadbeds BO well made Dr: Williams! No. 101 Tonic for chills Greatly Benefitted by Chaml rJaJn'./
t are '
,;.t subs-tances: such 'asI''may .and so well)) kept up that. .they makevery' and;fever,- colda and grippe. Now Tablets..
} the average they are finding it is ooe of.the best "I am thankful for the good I have '_
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t + 1l HE' President .has'expr ssed 'what is. in every Itsole rests" -with you Think of this campaign' s .your;;:' ,;r::.

J 1:' '" T' ;American: heart. As a nation 'we are united 'in responsibility. What you give will mean'its'sucN'-: :'ti",' : ';

You 'cannot leave this undertaking to diners' It ... :)
.' the winning of. this 'war. As a 'nation wet stand'"' cess.. .. ,,

1 behind our fighters ger' 'and pre ed't '//tlb for them wiskYOUR! : : campaign; In France,. iericansatit ,,, f< r.

1 t whatever; Will hasten ..victory, :.and. make:. ,the.' .fighter'staslTa '\\{ '''1 lngrthis war as if the,result:.dependcdlon,the/Nb : Rll+n,!; 9Wlx'indivlduali rn1J: t .

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t As individuals.there 'is,.little'we'' As a'na'tion'we'can.'workwonders.jhrough -, you.
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They 'come'to you not, as Catholics, nor as Jews ;yvbY;, .should give'twice :as''much 'wfyo eyer'gaVg.'tle! ': el,:, >, ""

,.f( 'nor as Protestants, not as the representatives : of any j' 'tH"" 'C 'i" JJ''i !lam 7 ......ti. t'tp.n' ao7 cUt ....... ..s for' Inc the w ',_ .. )i itanfudon. : !'1 L ?
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All eommunlcatlon. except from our IL M. Kati1, Thrift SU..mps_____.:: 20 1
authorized correspondent. mut b* W. B. Witherapoon, .Chairman. :
placed by th* writer.R.l.vted I' \
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ami*. called for. BOX FOR ORPHANS .

(Entered In the Poitoffte at Kli.lme. The ladies of the Baptist churchare :
..*, Florida a* eaond-claa matter.) +
preparing' to pack a box for the i I A I
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more than one hundred orphans ; '.

1 1I the Orphanage at ,Arcadia. Old' or t

EMB1 RII I flew, clothing' wilC be moat welcome. ,"... .
Will those who have
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kindly send to or phone

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'MRS. O. B. FALLS. ,4..
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gTE The usual services Sunday will be ..

held at the First Baptist ,Church. ,,.

1 I 9:45: a. m.. Sunday School service, .

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, .191!?: N. C. Bryan, Superintendent., A
11:00 a. m., preaching by thepa'stor ... '

Public' school .begins Monday Rev. O.: B. Falls. Subject: "Cure -",
for a'* Troubled Heart. ,
e The. general election1 doomed the I No evening service will be held to

cattle tick in Florida.' I!
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The voters'of Osceola. 'meeting. at the Casino.METHODIST ,
shouted "bone dry" at'election Tues-I I _, "' ..
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day:! ,,I CHURCH. \

I Preaching.Sunday at 11 a m. by
? The picture ;how is entertainingthe the pastor. ..sSunday'School ; their
kiddies ant the kiddievwell <
grown-up J. L. fighting' for
at 9:45: a. m. been
ae tonight.Strange4f.ces. Overstreet Superintendent, They've ,

Junior League sit 2 p. m. .
are seen everywhere '

4 on the streets and every train. I la Senior! League! at 6 p. m. 'RPrayer even'i .. '., ..

bringing! winter visitors ,to' the. city. meeting Wednesday. -
i ing. .

Tomorrow the Oiceola athletic .There will be 'no services? ; at the : ( : 1914 i '

will -meet Hillsborough high jn a church Sunday" evening. 'Let: every ; : ; homes since "

13 .deadly combat on 'the local field for Jody attend church at 11 a. m. Sunday ....;:t..
'' football honors.' i morning. J. D; SIBERT, Pastor, .', . .JI -
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r, t, Klaslmm..The ,clouds have''-rol n- . LAYMANS MEETING. ... .. ,..' :..' ,.".'. \.. .gallant men who wear horizon blue those bronzed

r eel away, the radiant'', southern sun Friends, come out to the _..Men's :' :' .
I winter of this
't chines warm'again; ,the epidemic o f I meeting at 3 o'clock next Sunday afternoon t , .{ :'; ;.: .' THoSE who are entering upon their fifth war

Spanish influenza' has 'pal ed. to the Methodist Sunday ':""J.' l ;:';':;j:!.' ) t . -they are the men .who .know the sheer luxury of a Cup
School rooms\' where a short service : ..
Mr. Hoover .. about the will be held, and you can receive a '' ' t ,,-. , : _. '!w?, $MI,tof hot soup, apiece of bread, a stove to sitby| and a word of cheer.
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r most .popular man' in. ''this nation blessing by attending and giving God , . (",.. " ' , ,, ..-.
able-bodied man of less than,
r .. when be raised the cover of the sugar the right of Wf-.y to your:'soul. I Think of a nation where every
bowl another'1 notch,. November' let.I :" ' fifty has been under arms for four long years and more.. Think
The churches' showed the first, revival We-have been deprived attendIng '

r of activities by' opening their services for;the past month, and or a nation, Which has suffered as has France. Then you will, ,
1 weekly meetings at mid7wa l" beloved pnctors have not had
prayer !
our; '
know what the huts meaning to the French and what the' '.1'
and will hold meetings. ,
Sunday mom their'pAy. Let us bring in our back \
should give
ta*. pay, and show them that' we are interested Why you huts are meaning to our fighters over there. <:

in their welfare: and fully twice much .
I as as
K The. Klsslmmee Concert 'Bind, appreciate the good. work 'they are you It was requested .by the Government"of .France, officially, "
ond to none' from 'any ,town of 'this doing. before! j.
ever gave American maintenance of morale be extended to the am&teg "
# + else any where, will play the usual Let us come with )reads full of Q'

Friday night' and Sunday afternoon Icre and work earnestly tomake up l"r'HE'uee4'.. for sum 70% greater of the French. Cheerfully i it ,was undertaken, ,in simple justice
concert. ,
best lost lime and
? ; tf as we can for en- '
-. .::' , '" '-" ." .. .. .' joy the, salvation, of our souls that. A than'any gift ever asked for since for our splendid: debt of gratitude., . < .. .
I Tr icki piled I high;with; J Florid '. :the war began The Government has :: : .' . .
Sod Intends thnt 'we should:do. '
golden*),fruit|blocks j the"4.traffic'' j st 4 i VW H'y 'tK'i.' 5\ _, .' ":,fixed.;;. i j.1 thl. 'hr sum.1 at i .170500000.(:.i -4 ii' *Ci;J U' .| i j i.. -And' .so-you. see>these V huts'today, hundreds' i. of them 1French ; where .
'.. times'and .awakened bUlln..s and rrenewed : T ;' Americans stand'slde : defholdilig t :'
.. ? giving to these even orgmnlxations and by? s f out'a-hand .
: energy; are noted everywhere, an'at effort
: : once the cost and of six "
AS the city comes to life after lie,. ClassifiedfAdvertisementsPOR additional campalpa {*, .."ed. of friendship to the war-worn, grizzled men w lose fighting spirit 1
''r months' lethargy.; '' ..< inspiration our. da, Soldat call ''
is art to -Yanks.: foyer they :
: \ $ALE-About 10 head of hogs'and Unless Americana do rive twice as
pig half breed Tamworth.. much v before,' soldiers and the "hut hearth of'the soldier-th6 nearest approach home 1.
TEACHERS WILL RECEIVE clean and healthy, ana fit to fatten.If as,, ever our -- : upon
Ff Interested, ad vi.. when coming, ; sailors may, not enjoy daring-1919. their
,I FULL PAST MONTH .n that I may be kept In Pena' Apply '., the roads to battle. .
K.-\WHlLU, .
NARCOOSSKB.8AL.FJ '9600 Recreation 'Building '

t The' regular )(ovember'meeting ottfe iron -tin* of the belt bargains. 1000'Miles of Movie ,Film ..j-he' support and comfort of your Foyers," says General }
Osceola County Board of public In a house In Klsnlmroeo, If you, Mr.Kousopvker .. ; t
Instruction want a snap. Call at 100 Leading Stage Stars Mangin "has been and will continue to be 'tremendous '
:was of unusual short duration aDo Bryan street at any time after a physical : -
but. of>,, importance, ne vert he. 6:10: p. ni. tor further Information.J. 2000 Athletic Directors : ..;
: A. II4RCLAY.40.. comfort and moral support and has given the
less, tc.the teachers who are employed 2500 Iibrarie.supplylng5f000,000books ,
'y in the.county, was the unanl- WANTED part who-To has buy reason orange for grove wanting from S5 Hostess Houses feeling of home L'which has been so much lacking. '1
'. moue opinion, of the members thatthe'teacher'e to sell 'oth..r than .peeulaUoa.r Address l-
; Box KB. Orlando.. Fla. 45-H. 1000 Big-brother "secretaries"
'' wages thguld continue "Your .Foyers ClemenceaUj "constantly establishedin
dating the enforced FOR, RENT-Nice Furnished Hou*. Minions of dollars of home comforts
4 chools. .present closing of Apply: to J. McPhatter. r/-lf ''When you give double, you make sure increasing,,numbers, as great at the, front as in the rear,, has

'4 W C. Baas presided. over the meet ,,FOR-.SALE-EI.btr cleared and under: fence acre;;1 11 acre acre In that every fighter has the cheer and comforts -, rendered to our,soldiers most highly appreciated service. Thankat
,lng with ,W. R.. Lanier, ot 1Campbellk l bearing orange grove; $1,000 worth
} of these seven organizations
Station and J, .H..,,Balsdcn,, of WJiit of room cypress house timber and kitchen.on tract. Also! four-(0 step of the' way from home to the every front to your efforts,;our;;children have found in your; midst a center

tier present.. The customary buainsss head of cattle and.a good bunch of You him with and comfort" .
range hop loo* on the ranee. and back again. 'provide of distraction ;
-"I .routine came vp for, considera 'Farming tool. and Implement .,Located , .a church: 'theatre' a cheerful .home, a .* -. ,
near Kenanavllle. Price &00
t. tion. It was voted to pay the teach- ,half caah, balance term. to cult. B. \ .---. a school a dub and an athletic field United in this war for freedom our fighters stand beetdo "'
crs in full.for thetpast\ month though H. Guy (.nan.vUI..Fla. ll-tf kn, that the folks back
.I : I -end a wiedge '
I soldiers or France United 'in this for ra1e."t
" the doors+of the schools have not FARMERS-Send today: for a free sam- I home are with him, heart and soul I the campaign m
been opened during that time owing pie copy or the Florida Farmer and .
't the" Jnfluenraepidemic.,/ .,'" Supt. Tell 8tookman about. published livestock.ratalnadairy.]Jackaonvlll- Yon have loaned your,znoney-to supply these, seven organizations come ,to you as one. France's fight ;

s, Yowell,,, in speaking of this action said Ing-Jna-,, twice poultry a: month cltru at fruit too and per year-true their physical ANd. is our fight. Unity of command is winning on the battlefields :

ft w....the intention to.continue the three year for 11.00. Only livestock Now give to maintain the Morale that is
.nd general 'abroad. Unity' hastening victory through morale. Give for
farming paper 10 the .
firm one month longer in the spring ,.tat. Write tCdar.: U wtanice: the wart I .. '
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l p and give the pupils the fall eight FOR RENT-8-room house furnUhefl; morale: give for unity, ;give for victory I I' ., J; i
d months' school.if the finances'would 10-room douse furnished housekeeping J '

15 ;V' -.make It possible. The eo nty is stills _llng Mr room. K. ;E. unfurnished Well. dwel-".tr. ', A .. ,. t' ..l \ 'j''
auffering from
a shortage teachers -
*s DWELLINGS for- rent. Apply: to"Jot'
and ,
five of the rural districts

r are now 'without instructors.. FOR BALEJ-Second-hand Ford car. UNITED WAR WORK !
ii at attractive price.. Oeola Motor CAMPAIGN
COMMISSIONER GUY IS Co., '07 Broadway. .

FOR BALD-On* Emerson Typewriter, ,
'f THANKFUL FOR SUPPORT: model three vlilble aa god a* D* .1&..... ....i w. .
Apply Va11ey,0a..ite.' ,tf: o
To the Voters of Osceola County:" ? WILL TRADE or exchange city: property .1rA".n.uo-Mdaprrlw ,
V I take this m.thodof: thanking the for country .property..or tock "
of any kind. B. C.: Miller.I : 18-tf wtwaq S
voters of the county for their contraction -
i and support of my candidacy NOTICE) -'OF PUBLICATION '.AII _
(, 'a.' for County Commissioner, ss n..art_.. .1 th. I..rt.... .eer.sesly r reaar. c t r .,

the Demoevatic'Nominee. V.' ,S. Land 'OfSr at' Oal._ 'I I" 11'I.. : l ....... .... .....
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The NTB "r'otic > 101. : t
, 'campa1en
r is now over :and I tii- '!
r" j wish it understood that I bear ill will. I* hereby given that Janie1 A :t 4, t a16RaleM A'aiS ra.
:.. 4 .against llnnlck, of lyourhman Fla. who. ort .;, ,. .. , .' .....
one, as aresult, of It. It January II, lets made Homeitead3ntry "
d shall be my to render to the I No. 01M1I, for cwt of 8BU. "V"1' I'
purpose lection 1. Township 1* a, Bangs '7 EL .. ; .
.' . .. :.:....\ : .
! Tallahassee ' '
: countyxthe very best service that is Meridian ha. flied notice .. . .
: : .
ot Intention to make ; ,
Three-year Proof, .
(within me,,during my term of office, to establish claim to -the land above : <
siffli45i I, J This :'Space Is Patriotically Contributed '. ,
:-- and I trust that I shall have,the sap- eacrlbed, before Clerk circuit Court ) : By : :
> y at Kisslmmee Fla, n the l&&h day of "
f port and confidenceof the people;in December 111. ., "
m' the discharge of ,these>duties that .1 B Claimant, Q. Hancock names,T as .'..It"...F.).&:, REED BAKING COMPANY J. T.. BURKHALTER .- STORY STOREW.'i'By.CRAWPpRD.; \ '

," feave enjoyed In winning the election E.r.;,tt'B.'Ha-rena J>op*> .Lo' lonrhroan LoU.bmalll a..-...,.... !iyrr; < iX,:,i > ."" ""KISSIMMEE CITRUS EXCHuiNii3ri//f1!' : : J . '." -.
"J. Thanking you sincerely.. r: arty C. L. JieathTTLouirhmanTFla. .

n' ,Fsatfully yon, .'P7\ppGUY. 47,..|... A..u.. .... ROBT.. W,,' . . Q "'"LIVINGSTON' .&' TYSON. ''JI'W; SL BROWN( ALFRED S "t f I ED' 't. '.\

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; Subscribe for the.Valley Guetbe. 't :pu.a'fNOt'YIT: H RE., "
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*; 1 INTERESTING; LOCAL :ITEMS 11 1 i ;Boys all.wool..Suits, carried' ) over '. Thecity: of'>Kissimmee went wild I

,, .. selling on old time}price. F. H. Lawson with Joy yesterdar' afternoon when
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" 'o" "o'o"o' You wIU find1'Shoes to .ult. and fit t *. the: glad news came over the wires

1'everybody; at F, MJ Lawaon's.F I i I Attorney ,P., A'Vans' AgneW, of that the dove of peace was spreading ,

ili; Weather Repor1' j 1 1il' W. Hill ofafcooseae ,\wa< 'f Jacksonville, was a business visitor, Itr wings over a war raked world.
'' r The reached here' ..bouttluH'
I among the busines* visitors noted in. in the-city ,this week:

Kftslmmee the.firsts. f the week. Fine line Men's ,.arid Boys'' Caps,, o'clock in the afternoon, and
I from that time on till evening, Pan.
} | ; .Following are daily tempera.tune : ; -Ladies air wool}htgb Claris. ood.. in good and nice, price 50c to$1.26. F. demonium reigned. The' Are serin

... .1 and precipitations as reported -'' 11 Skirts;, 10.00 and .$12.50, F. H. H. 'Lawson. 'Shrieked'
the church belle
.' newer rang;
'y by Government station, > Lawcon.'All .' :St. John's Guild, of the Episcopal
blew then the
at Kissimmee fog be week end., 1 populace took
ingThnrsday,. Nov, 7, 1918 : regular services will be' held at 1 church, will meet at, the home of Mrs. I It .up and! every maR and: bqpr "'.who v 1 L A439 '

Mat ?Tin. Rain therChristian'Churchi nett':Sunday S,. H. Bullock next Tuesday after could' blow a horn,. blew one,'and the l ,

: Thursday, .... '74 54 except the' evening service. t Everybody ; noon, Nov. 12th at 3. o'clock. All the other rang bells. Automobile. filled
I : I welcome,' : : I ladies of the -ch rch ,are requested to with
Friday ....... 78 62 joy made the rounds of
:,., Saturday ..... 77 60 Mrs. Helen Perdew and family' be present the.. city filling-1the' night air with UNTlti the, en4 of'the.t''period'known In Burope a. the middle as...

; Sunday: -...... 82 58 have moved 'Into the residence- '. onl John Uatalla, of Dillbnvale, Iowa, their' rejoicing.'Then, along the wire. Very couch few, chair articles and of household absolute furniture were manufactured. The. bed '"
table belnt necessities were the. only ones
I .< Monday, ...... 82' 62 Church street formerly .occupied' by i who is spendnig the winter pleasantly ) came the announcement There Is .mad.. ,
B. Harris and has '. her' domiciled' at the Oaceola hotel left ". "
Tuesday. ..... 78 69I' W. .rented nothing doing.
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i law (bra lase./y .. r.'a ap.w/.g ...
Wednesday, ... 78 57 borne tq winter'visitors. Tuesday.. for his home -on a'businesstrip. The announcement that Germanyhad sad ............... with mmrnr ....1..1... .f ....y.,1 ........-... ...... r
I,' He ;Will return here afterThanksgiving. surrendered In' what is tech *rru, ............. ... #. ckinealvr. ..... ......., ............, .......
o..eooooolo..o. . ... 'M'' Miss Martha Belle Harris; who }* or ;, ..*>!.. ..1_'. <.. _..... kltrk.. _w..*. ,, j jW I teaching at Winter Haven )i la spending i I nically the same, had signed an ar- I".r..... ............"1 ..(... ....... all. nevr" tola* MBtlal t* lb.e.wplela .
For'SaleFour'mule...,J..W. Mil''er. a few days here"with her parents, I ''We. have a 6-<:room 'house, and nearly mistis came through .Key West froma ,....1...... .1 .... '._.. .
!4. 46tf.Mrs. tho schools at that place having been two, acres of-land close in for sale boy," who was. cabling 1'en. will ... ....,: ..... IB goal "vaH.t7"' I. D. Walling'' of Jacksonville.: temporarily closed,, on account of the or rent. Come let "Us show'you.. Nelson i his mother ,so'' it, I. said. The word ............. /. patlty ..* yrlecd .Uraellrely. .

i 3 has been the guest of Mn., Floyd Tyson influenza.We Realty Company. -I was sent on to Washington where it
f" for the past week. have a good' 80 acre tract of Mrs. H.<[ S. Geiger and son Hugh,'.,was viewed with suspicion by the administration 1 C. H. GRANTHAM"Thm 'j!

y' ' Men' Ribbed Unlqn Suits, also land for .rent or'.sale; )improved, one Jr. expect to leave Saturday ,for',I' as is all unofficial news; \II\ Sot .ft.ty Sor"

t. Shirts 'and Drawers,, at very '.close mile from railway and church. Nel I IJack.onvi1\e.\ after a three weeks visit 'I but the"peopTe' took the information

prices] F, II. ..Lawson. lion Realty Company.. ', with her parent., Mr., and !(rs., N. I.. authentic and fpr two hours the'

.\, G. B. Woodall received a card from Miss Lillian Harris, who' hall 'beena B. Carson., Captain Geiger' is in the,capitol participated in what waS ,

his eon, Corporal R. L. Wopdall; of guest at the home of her'brother: Medical: Corps at Camp Johnston.< likely a nation-wide celebration. the .Strong Withstand" the Heat of + .
Pictures of home ''folks 1 I The response to" Secretary; LanaIings'cible Get the Genuine Summer Better Than the :Weak: tOld
the 124th .Florida Infantry telling of W. B. Harris the past few weeks carry and Avoid O ,
warmth and comfort to the 'heart of foiled to corroborate the people'who. feeble'andcauser;. people
his safe arival oVerser.s. !left Monday for Rock Dill, S. C., j' Waste are
1 I'news) though 1!very one is confident who_re week, eueast-eeed end eaet-ed teSOthroush
Cheer your soldiers'' with/' : best\ where the will'be employed as housekeeper I l a soldier; appointment to I the; dove of ia really the deprteelnt beet of eraser br lekln + y",,
t photograph. at Winthrop.Fem"l.. .College. day. Wilder. ,Studio.. 472t. peace lookingout ,GROVE'S TASTELESSchlllTONlC.. It perlftee
f ,from home- )'Our : though not yet ready to make itsflight end enrich tk.oodsadbalWsept. .awhel.g.-
Winder's Studio. 41-2t.Mumice Take orders for Tailored Suite: Prices W J. Steed of the Naval Reserve and sync Iy ten. YoaeWioe.""IU Streotteal-s.ITleretlmEftcct. > l lY
that the final outcome, .of e
'Don't fail Corps stationed at Key West,, who n Every Cake %0o. .
Tindall of the Lake Partin from 918.00 to J57.60. the war is only a-short time off, when f
to *' them before Bordering. F H. was called to DeLand. by the critical "Lick stamp lick !
section appeared before the board of see another and. greater celebration will a to the Kaiser'
county"-commissioners Monday in the Lawton. illness' of his' mother, spent Tuesday held.THE '. ..

interests of the dipping vat question. Young Tind'aU. ,of Deer 'ark' ws.1 I here"'looking after business. Ho'' expects ' Ibe .
For Rent-:Two furnished r flats, in the city this week., ,Mr., Tindall's to 'return to his' duties at' Key. : ''UNITED; WAR.\WgRK DRIVE

S with modern r conveniences'. W: B.Harris. many friends TTill'' ..J'mpathiuWith I I'West'Saturday..Children's Every .detail Is :arranged ,and the F

4' Gazette; office., '88-tI. him -in' the rccent'1011''' of his son-in- Misses and Boys Ribbed volunteers serving> in ,, Kissimmee under ..

: law and daughter Dincum Cub ae.1 Union Suits. You should .see the banner'of the United
Miss Grace Winn who has been :
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4 home to recuperate after an attack of and hi.. wife both. of whom:'dleA of them before buying. .F; II, Lawson. Work Council? are waiting for, the '

influenza, returned Wednesday '.tot influenza within the past three weeks.I( Mrs. Belle Lee ,of Baltimore has firing of'the first' gun as, a signal that v+ 4 \l

the Florida State College for Women For Rent-074 acres land mostly arrived in ,..Kissimmee to'' spend' the the battle is on. .

at Tallahassee. I botton prairie land well located, 200 !,winter, and ,is a guest at ,the ,Gr.". S. L. Lupfer,and Dr. W. B. Wither-

', Ladies' Ribbed C Union Suits,, vest acres fenced hog'tight. fronting'"a stone Hotel. Mrs. Lee,, Is a former spoon who have shouldered the' work
biddings, bearing resident of Kf..lmmee. and has a for Kissimmee's in" the ,. 1
S .with long and short sleeves. F, H. pretty lake good I part; .campaign
t 1 .Lawson. ; S" <, fruits, good place for stock and chickens ..,I host ..of friends ,here who are extending next week .to raise,, $6,000 to 'P

also for growing crops. Nelson her. a cordial welcome > :support the seven organizationswhich

Ensign Nelson Russell' I left Friday Realty Company .1 I 130 Acres good land,/fine stream! have consolidated their interests .
for Key West; where' he Js stationed
l PrIvate' Grover H. Henry of-Com arras one corner, close to town In caring for our l hoys in .trench ..

after a weeks''Russell'and visitwith sister his.mother. Miss, pany\' Fourth Prov.' Regt. stationedat !. I I cheap '..1'1 easy payment plan'freebooklet' and camp," ver there,'* are confident {
; Mrs. E. A.
Camp SevierGreenvile] S. C.'left and full information to Interested that'the city will not lag, in this1pa
this I '
Medora of
1" city.
Tuesday after a llve- ily.furlough ,I parties; for triotic serviced: .. .
l 10-Acres'of land in Pinedale for with his sister Mrs... Radford Yates. J I Northern property, as owner' is 'a : Men have given generously rin other

tf .sale .clo.e'In' good location,.,, good Private Henry "was called here by the Kansas'man.,, Nelson Realty'Co. 'campaigns and will without doubt, "

\ ,land, .eajy terms. Improved to suit lickness, and death of the late, Mr. Mrs. II. D. Phillips, state orga'nizer do so in this campaign.. In order '... I i
I ,.
1 70"' ; Nel.on'ReaJty Company. Yates who) passed away last week; for. the. Victory Girls with headquarters that this service will not go 'unrecognized -
'Mra. A'. W. Winn and daughters' list of the of the sub-
'I! Mr. and Mrs. F. ''L. Parker with j ar Jacksonville spent several ; .a names I,
f. I :Misses Grace and Mae. returned Fri their 'son, B. F. Parker and hours in Kissimmee yesterday with sctibers i. and the sum given by,them, '
'' 'day from Bartow ,!where they have t.mllY'1 wirnbe published in :next week's, .issue ,
\ Miss
arrived ,inKfosim.meej! < A1 (
***' titter r ;.I'
1 been spending the week looking are pleasantly located, for the w ,!e the' Y. W. C A., and M iss' Lola ,of the .Gazette, or inthe follow 1
of the, fruit fl'OlD-their j number'Chairman!:; Lupfer..t:18.
gathering ;: on Beaumont avenuein what is Lawler and Maude Alice Wagner, Ing; :
grove. j I chairman that should anyone be unable to do ... I
known as the Dowding cottage., Mr. and assistant, for the' Victory . '
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f'C. E.,. Ct.r I.on of St. C oud.wno.Ie, Parker states that they!expect to remain Girls drive. Hisfulrpart in this frontline serviceat \' :
with the Pln.ula Englneer. : J\ome..M. name can,, also be'pub' '!: < caw'; ( ;
months.Hon. '
i yonnectpd here for seven or eight:: For Exchange--'Excellent' hardware i Ps-iloa Lt. !i'JI
I J fished together'fwith his reason for / t
nl' and Corrrueecn: :company end I store and fine home in Nebraska 1I I
!1 J. took advantage :
.Jas the local 1ndertaker there was )n W. Sears, : hU. Inability to 'stand back .ol' theflghterL.
or town ;
Kissimmeee Monday ''looking after of the recess of Congress to return Florida ,fever owned ,by ''a man, business who has : ._ Coal 011,. gallon...._......,. .16 Votari Coffee a good oner I

home from Washington; and express ; big paying' On five ''efficient. 'teams, 1' pound can tt ____. .35 f
business interestExState ,.; . . ,'also' fine home. Monday : 'T iF ; ;--___- ,.n try ,
4, 1 f Ills'viewsthrough, the general"elecj:' very, OwnerAy/ants' jto seasoned in in-previous'campaignwill: : : < 8 pound 'can;'' '__._..__-_:'.. .-H 4\
Representative C. s: Acre his '':exchange for Florida propertyall, I ,, Black,Eye Peas, iSo, 2 for.. .25
through car,
tlon., motored be't'iirned '
He loose'on the _rand everyman Maxwell:: House Coffee; can ';::' .at
from the( Edgewater i Mrs. Sears and their.on"JoaephtJr:1 amounts to about 20000. Good opportunity Lima 'Beans, 18c, 2 Ib* for. .86 ''
accompanied by .. givenon/ opportunitytto White Howe Co1i''','caQ :36
was present at the Board of' (ommia.loners' :Congressman" Sears to rthemanwhohas'god, I show\Villjb his colors' or,.rin.: In fact run. 'Oat Meal, ,.package, .........U.,.J4: Senate best there'Is'ZXSSS&M: .
: '
meeting Monday. Hon. Acre Florida property and 'wantl to Best Evaporated 'Peaches..::.; .20 .
active Interest In 'the always, receives a warm '' welcome go ning,.though! ..M't.ro1Jble' i..,,.ntlcl .ted Arbuckles ._.____._..,.-_.. ,.24.
Is taking'an North. See Nelson Realty .Co. 6Lieut. + Cheese lb., -._..._..... .37
: here.Stock. I will' avail nothing, for so carefully Cheek Neal Coffee, 3 Ib_ _.....85 'I
cattle .dipping problem., CoL .F. H. Jenkins .who.hasbeen Navy Beans 2 Ibs., ..._ .35 -
Farms-We 'have several ; "will the net of workers .be woven ? 1 Ib can Cocoa, __._..,..._. .28 ,
A small roof fire at'nel'J"O" dwelling here sick for .ev.r.I'' Calumet Baking Powder, lOc,
cattle ranches'where-cattle live on .leave that every man called into'the"firing } Chili Con ,Came,. __-..._-_._.T.11 ;' ,,i
good ,
utrelle' Rnd..... '
.in ; North Kt-simmee; weeks, visiting S.. H...Bullock, and 13c ???. 26
of line, though no trouble is Lunch Tongue__._____ .29
natural ''
department out ,, the entire year on grasses Shredded Wheat .:_ ..14Post .
called :the fire. early family\ left, Wednesday en route for pkg
have than 1 anticipated In 'that 'dI ctlon.- ;Best Jam, large-size-,'
the pastures ; owners
Monday morning but the blaze 1'as! England, where he ,,must .report for Toasties, 13c, or 2 for.. ..25
three .of ntonclv.' Peanut Butter .
After day call) 1.1'JrtI'.lz. .30
of themat ,
and twill dispose ; *
can' ,
extinguished before the boys arrived manage duty December'1st.Col..Jenkins wasa U. 3. Smoking; pkg.:_______ .46Prince f
favorable palgn the men of Kissimmee, Peanut Butter, small size ...
bargain prices and on among .18
and, little damage was done. resident of Kissimmee a num.berf Albert, ,pkl'.. t._.._._:, .15 '
terms of payment and we can put ;'the women's''Committee, under' ''the Oc:>agon Soap, 7<_, a bara.__ .40
Mrs. T. S. Tho nton received alet, line of industry <>f;years, and Xis friends are direction"of Mrs. C. II. Summers and George 'Washington, pkg. .__ .06 Fells Naptha "bars......... .40;;>
you a profitable Velvet ....-__ .._.
Nebra.ka'thl.. of his advancement in'the 'packoge, ,1?
ter from friends in and in some coses will accept good proud rapid )11'1.'Jamee Earl, upfer, will make a P G., 6.bars,._____...____ .40,
Corp.'to: his Renos, pkg. _.____.._....__, ..06All .
week telling of seven and eight inches Royal Flying present
property as part pay. Nelson Realty house to house cnvas and carry the Export, bar. ___-._?-___?_ .05 t
others pkg. ___._.._._._ .05
last Friday.Snow, and distinfuished'position. '' ,
of '
snow Company. appeal tp the' mothers wives, sistersand Ivory 'per' bar __.._v___--- .M'
i freezing, weather while Florida basks "if you cant all be together at the sweethearts of the soldier. Water,,ground Meal, lb,_____ '.0$ Grandma' LaunrJry -_ .06
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#jn radiant sunshine! and,balmy air Mid, and Mrs. A. W. Steiner their old home .for that best'of all days, The Contains follow: i Fancy Head Rice, lb..._.___ .12 Lux Soap pks, '_----..-.'-----12l/! _;;,. f

Mr. and Mrs. V..Tregof; of.Hum. daughter Miss Lillian and Son I Thanksgiving, a new photograph' will A..S. Nelson; .Lawrence Tress, J. ,Br ken Rice lb., .........._ .10 Sour Plekie.,, bottle' ,_______ ."6, r,

boldt Kansas, has'purchased proper Frank arrived Friday, from 'Greens- come nearest to. taking your place- , \jLupfer,,W.. H. Jones,,A. S. Reed. Rumford Baking.Powder, lb-t; .28 Sour Plcbles,,: botUe-______ 13:. 3

ty in Pine Dale known as the Ken borough Pa., to spend the winter. will bring cheer to homekeepinghearts. .. Other workers .are: Sam Lupfer Beet: Salt Bacon Ib.:___...._ :82 Saur Kraut large can,.-._. .11" '

neth Butler place. They moved into They were accompanied by ,their| . Wilder's. -Studio., 47-2t.- Jr.; A. ROlen" ./ ieming, E. G. Vans Salt Bacon, .... ........... ..28Bull Sweet Pickles, can, largo,... .29

s their new home Monday. The sale daughter Mrs..,6. ,H. Griffin. whose B. M; Tedder, 'conductor on -the Agnew Basil Hamilton.. Edgar'Kits, Head Catsup! hot 13e 9 .25 Apple Jelly, 8ozs., !., ___ _-_- .1(, ,

way made through,tl1e'Nelson [:Realty. husband' is with the colors,in,,France Sugar Belt Ry., has just received the Joe Jeffords Howard Anderr, .' Eba Milk can _.....__-.._._ .05 Grape Jell/, 8 on. ....:... .. .14
: .
Company,' ?. _.,, and daughter' little' Margaret Mr.Steiner intelligence that his brother Carl has Dr., Brown ''B. E. Haley; Harry Pla- Eagle Milk, ca __?_. .22 Jams, 8_. oza" -i.J.._, U

William Arnold, who has been conS and family' 'spent 'a been gassed and is in .'ho.pltal"overthere. no.Gay; Livingston RodneySnyder Carnation can',.....__..._.. .00 Thread, .. '__ _:"___ ._.. .OS;
a number of seasons in Kissimmee andit St. Charles can .._._. _. .06 .
and Burckhalter.
veleaclne'from an ,attack of pnen- their ." Corporal Tedder was a member W.|> W. Miller. T. J. '. .. r
will be'With' pleasure 5
. -monl&"iat! ; th. :home.;of his, parents, genuine 'of the National >Guards from Van C-mp's Milk,can .__.. .06 FLOUR..
1 Mr. and Mrs. W: H.i.Arnold; has re many friends note tHeir Hartsville, S. C.,.'when they 'were i MORE BOOZE, CARS CAPTURED Pet milk, Baby, can ........ .06 Pillsbury, 24-lb ...-________ 1.70

I. 4 turned to the University( of Florida The Ministerial Association' met mustered into Federal service and I Three more automobile loaded Alaga Syrup, gal. __._...._ 1.10 Gold.Medal.24-lb.; , ____ --.. 1.70 '

and haa. been inducted into the service I last Monday, forenoon. Those present belonged to the 'famoua 30 Division i with whiskey, and driven by negroes, ;Alaga Syrupgel J :; ._...J:, '455 Colonial. 24-lbs., _____.-.._ 1.70 ,

of uncle ,Sam'in the S. A. T. 'C.I "were Witherspoon, Falls. Farmer "Old Hickory," as it was called "over, were ,captured' last Friday 'night and Alaga Syrup, No.. 1 ........ .17 Rising Sun; best there is____ 1.70

S i t The reopening' bill at the Graystone and Coleman. The Thanksgiving ser- there.The message''stated that he Saturday Marshall G. W. Overstreet AAlaga' Syrup, No. 8- .-, ,22 Per ,pound, all kinds,' ___? 11A] I a

I.' Theater"today' is, the >D:'W. Griffith /ico In the-regular'order this year was doing'as well as could be expected. getting two, end Sheriff..Ingram one. .i Crisco, large .caw': -........./' 1.90 Six pounds substitute, to every 24 a

tremendous war drama,'entitled "The wil 'be at'the Baptist-church, and it Corporal :Tedder has;.;:frequently It is said that at least"ftwenty-five \Crisco,-medium __' .. ...... .95 pound sack. l

a ''Great Love."Thls'' picture 'when":exhibited : is the time .for, the Methodist minister visited his brother and'Is well known ;, of these "joy-juice" cars have gone Crisco, smrxll,....... ...... .0 ,

In New.'York made Broadwaygasp .to deliver the sermon. A special here. I through during the past two weeks. Sweet Feed 100 Ibs.'_:.' 3.45 pRUGS' A i'I t"- ;

offering will be"taken and 'turned The negroes in charge of the cars Oats 100''' Ib*., _-__ 3.40 _
gnat crowds literally swamping Sweet Spirits Nitre _____ .14 t
the Strand theater where it Was the Red Cross society to be FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICESFor i seem to' .havp plenty of money and Corn, 100 Ibs.j ____.*.-?_._ 3.90 Hydrogen Peroxide,,_._._.,_ .10

exhibited. "Th.' management of 'the \used vocally or otherwise a* needs distinguished services rendered when arrestedalways' put, up cash Velvet .Bean Meal'_.?,..2.50 Carbolic _Acid, __._...__.?, .14 .. vSweet

f, theater wired Mr. Griffith that "The may arise. The evening services in ,during'ltheGerman. .Egat'African: bonds -for their; appearance the' Minced Ham, Ibl:, --I... .315 Oil, --__--_____J____ .14 f a
churches will be at 7 o'clock 'un '' being' held the officers as Potted Libby's .65
the whiskey by Ham ,

Great Love eclipsedall [former Campaign, various decorations have Sulphur, package ,________,' .0$ : 2!>' '
Strand records for attendance) thereby tit '" further notice. W. H. Coleman, been 'conferred :on British troops by evidence when the' cases. come up for Com Beef.Hash, can, ISe, 2.. _Z5 Label : '
Blue Vaseline, bot ._. .D$ 't
I' S showing to more people in one.J1a'i Secretary., King'' Albert'' of Belgium. Among trial. !J"v _____ Beef, pork'and' Veal. Loaf c ca ,20 .
Household Ammonia bot.:_. .10 Turpentine, botMa; ?__,_.... .10 : .r z
than other theater in''tire' world. ; Dr. J, W. .Gaines. who ,was sent those'so' honored we' find Captain WEDS ,
any FORMER KISSIMMEE MAN'' Caster OIL 'Bottle __ __ .10
bottle ...... ,:.05) --
'Arid thla'i. what the New York'Tri.bune here by the State'Board of Health at Justinian Dronght'M.[ C.' East 'Afri- .recefved Blueing / :
Friends Kissimmee'' have Casloriabottle __, .;....;._ .30 '
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had to ay, "When -we left;tJte the request of Mayor: Cadel, to assist can Forces; upon ''whom was conferred the'of the marria Potash,, large can, ,. Epsom Salts box',____. '.05 '

Strand. .the line, which forms. to ,i the in stamping out the influenza, 're the:Croix de' Chevalier-de L'Ordie of Miss Cecil 'Miller to ILr/0., Brown CaL Peaches, heavy syrup,..I '.23 Campbor bottle __.._t_,;:...', .10
left, and stretched down as far as turned to his home'in Orlando Wednesday .de'' Leopold. Captain Drought is at the home of the former In Woodstock .' Tomatoes, No. 1 can lOc, 3 f u f ..2& Salt,'' box ::-_-'_..';;' .05 l

45th street (The Strand'..between ,Before leaving' Dr. Gaines a 'brother of 'Mr. 'k; 'E. Drought.,., of ,. Ohio, on October 26th.. :Pie Peaches, __._,............ 115 Quinine Tablets, box.:___...:.__, "45. i, fi

I 47th and 48th. streets), but we intendto stated to the editor} of that Gazette this 'city'. and' St. 'Cloud: Mr.. Brown'ii, well known as a for.

geE up bright and early some that the situation-wa* ',well?in hand 1 mer business man here, having been EVERYBODY* INVITED TO INSPECT cite SANITARY STOU'I I 44 t

4 'morning soon, And go see The Great now, there being no new case for the MISS'JENNIECARVER.Miu connected with the jewelry store now AND GET'PRICES! .Our1 Mot te |at Cordiality 1. ex. te the 1 1a | .'

I 'Love*.:lagaln. Everyone should'." itonce past''few'' *days;-',and Inearly,allHhose / : ,'Jennie ''Carver,' the well owned "by Mr. Sanderson.- 'The bride r' ' -. . poaad .....100 Cta.u..DoJ1aI'. j jOUT .

for the acting'and the accompanying who have been, seriously .ick are known'. 'trained' nurse, *died ''at, her Is the granddaughter of D. E.: Miller ,, :' ? OP.TOWN'ORDERS SHIPPED SAME DAY 4PRiGE 4.t", '.." .
music" In- staging The co'nvalescnig.: IHi'eipreizedmselfuhigblypleased home' Brtck'Stnet'Novembr3rd.: Y
on who spent winter here not long ago.
Great rJ .e-'Griffith'iaed practically Jwtth Klasintne. *and and the remain war j shipped to her I' t f CASH i : 't
''the, same rut which made. Tfce! Birth laid he f lt'vrygrftiful foViie nnifortri old:hohne'it'Abbnris, Maine; tyr'In. ';l Wanted_Beginner wants) Steno-

f*of V Nation*"fatoous.- Prices'today, *Bourt sy shown'h1in.'Th ring hia terment. A' more'''extended ''pbitoan J Bookkeeping) work. Write j ..

16e;:' ajid, Sd'r'' + f..-r..lV".J_ I ' 1taM -oVt, raddst.''tifualla-: ..' notice. :win.appear 'Dext WMk..oII! *:*< P::" .):'ttorc3r' ::' : :': .._.-- .-Phone"441 "422 BroaJway ..... .....;.. .

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.1'! 'THE.1OSSIMMEE VALLE-.c.uETTr.fJUDAY, NOVEMBER t. 1.18 Y : ':

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1 Seed Potatoes PER, MONTH NOW ALLOWED: ,Chiffons "

;Rule 1. The percaplta allowance I proprietors! of public eating places .
tor sugar is hereby increased from 'must make application for increased: GRANDMASdelightto -

two pound to three pound. per person allotments through their County : ;,.
Choice Maine and Western Stock per months """" + Food Administrator, as without the est most delicate and

Rule 2. The 'allowance' .for hotels approval of the County Food AdminIstrators = costliest piece of chiffon

and public eating places is hereby increased increase _will be allowed. and wash it. She knows

Spaulditig Rose No.4". form .two pound. for each Rule 6. These rulings' cl Io not how precious it is-what .

ninety meals to three pounds for each amend in any manner Rule. '1; 2, 8, take in having
pride you
ninety meals, .served, this allotment 4, 5, Issued September 9th, 1918 nor
Red Bliss Triumph '. to include sugar; used in all cooking. do they amend or 'abrogate previous it just so.*' Chiffons are"touchy" .

Rule 3. Any. person or family 'may rulings relating to and governing things GRAND
MA knows it and bandIt'S
"I purchase a 'thirty days' supply of manufacturers of ice cream .soda
Irish Cobblers sugar in the ratio of three pounds water, soft drink., bottled drinki. them just right .GRAND
MA suds harmed
never any
per person per month at one time candy or other manufacturers.
from the retail grocer. BRAXTON BEACIIAM, thing. Let tim; wash your
Order your seed and fertilizer early. Wash the Woolen Sock chiflona next .
Rule 4. All retail grocers and all Federal Food Administrator "
YouKnit with Grandma
Write us for prices and.particulars.
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FLORIDA STATE FAIR I fehed products as rnelb"i; .,1utter, : It*

WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. Jacksonville, Fla., Oct 31.-Th cheese and milk. That same process GRANDMA'S Powdered b'
made. Denmark and Holland rich and
Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizers greatest gathering of farm women ? ;
ever assembled in the 'southern.atatea prosperous, whereas the' one-crop, 01'
Jacksonville, Fla. Is scheduled to take'place here duringthe extensive single crop-frrowing nations Your Grocer Has It! , "

session of the Florida State Fair 1 such as. Russia'and. Spain, are f M
.000 0 ero 0 0 H 00 OOOoH- 0 H 0 OOHo"O 0 0 0 OOOOoOoOOOHoHoOOOI' > _ 7H ,
December poor.
& Exposition, November to ; T
All the conditions for'-raising'hogs, :
6, when the Fatlonal Farm '
Woman's Congress meets"in connection cattle, sheep, goats, horses, mule

with the Farmers' National Con. and poultry exist,. in Florida. By -N. American May Befioe." I COLDS INTERFERE I!t j
a t The farm is dated right methods'pasturage can be 'pro
gress. congress
for December. 3, 4 and 5, and will vided. The growing season is longer Cartfbul: Gibbons Says WTHBIGINESSNew Ibtr

opsLabor bring 'Jacksonville thousands of here. ,than in the west an4 live stock j: .t

delegates from every state, many of never perish of thirst as has been the James Cardinal .Gibbons tfc* h
cafe in recent in Texai.and the leading Oatbolle churchman InAmerica ...
the -allied nations, Canada and the years -,i .in g'. Discovery' .
has Issued ; "
.ael..d heY I'Id'. ,a' strong appeal
sun country <
South and Central American Republies. ] In support of U>. United War e relieves them and keep '?
Transportation : logs I increase faster than nny oth Work Oainpalga."It you going on,the job :.j t
1'IItOLk' then The later '
goats. ; are
1 Miss-'Agnes Ellen Harris, of Tal \ ; '' Is aa American caaipalsW. @
4 lahassee, has been named as! stat emcees of roughage and protect themselves said. "Its appeal Is one that no FJ alrnoat }.<4
chariman for the' National' Farm from dogs',better than sheep 'Aaterjean:: may >rafasAmerlce.'saaewer1, : relievsg( oughs, .
441 don't know yet just what crops 1 will plant, Woman's Congress and will shortly can. Except for dogs there could bea will beaaotber'trlunpaaataasMaecvneat : colds and l kindred suffering I. them
t norhow many acres Til pu t in, or how Fll be fixed the of the delegate profitable aheep industry in this that we are. la thiswar >tad j(achievement of Or. King's New j
labor do know I'll announce names as MM people sad aa eae astern :. }
for : but I surely plant some- state. There is no economic value in Pismvf i y M
from each county. Farm women are bas It through to Grandparents, fathers Bothers, the ]
and I don intend vlcbor'y.late
thing .t to get left onfertil
-L clegs, and now they ,are aa'expensto 1
:: erl"I' being urged to attend the sessions of the splendid work of sostainta Uddies-all have used and are utlnc .. 1
V \ the congress and to participate In its keep. Hungry dogs kill other ani the Morale of oar {%bttn men It as the safest, surest most pleasant i'
1 EastCoast This man-a prominent It's always'useful.. activities and deliberations.' Much of mals. tae great .social organisations .fAmerica Sold llydruggieveryt'here. !
Vegetable Fertilisers
grow can by a -J Janaaxga
:Sheep:; growers in the fat vj t lire nave thrown theaaselves.
er-bad finished be stored interest to farm woman will be .
just a indefinitely with- every ii i i=a = I
,4 .I.. thorough study of the pre.- out harm. .' discussed and the gathering, will be anxious ever the coming wint i- with The American people will raise the Bowels On Schedule :j jJteeo
J ntsituation. He had talked The Director of Railroad. dry ranges and no water. Wool I I. sum they .ak-geoeroaaly andgladly. ;
of state. Miss
,. with railroad officials; had urges early'shipment. and representative every getting more' costly, 'and garments Late; retarded; functioning throw :
visited the Government La- heavy loading of Harris and her assistants are busy the whole day's duties out of gear. r
bor Bureau. He had gone Club together and make car. with plane for making Florida's representation mnde of that material have u'rcsJypassed Keep the system cleansed, the appe* U
1 over the fertilizer outlook orders for 83-, 44-or 65-ton up at the a decided into the luxury class. It 4 life tits lively, the stomach staunch with
I with us. He..then ordered a carlots. Earlyshipment and congress seems nonsense, if not an economic A wax saver /.. Dr. Kings New Life Pill Mild sad ,
-. good general vegetable fer... fUll success and the cooperation Ionic la action. Sold everywhere. ,
1 car loading I. best for crime to aUow the existence of an ...
tiliser, (one containing potash :you for the railroad., and has already been promised by About Croup.
b I t ),enough for the major. .for us-a wise move. women In each 'county. animal that is only a source'of expense o.oo.ooooooo..o. .
ity of bi. And h feed to stand in the of If children aubject'to ,
creairv. Get to way your Are DR. J. B. .. HOLMESIA "' '
.,.. fW,tarty.hipmtnt, your now/ LIVE STOCK IN FLORIDA., one whose products: meat, wool, and croup, or' if you have reason to fear; ;I. :.. P'i.Ca ;1,
I. .pesetas _!!" t* Mmrtnrr ..*. \
r This man acted on) sound Waters & Carson Grocery skin are needed as never before.PREpAREDNESS. their being attacked by that disease, UlMUM .t W_..
r' bu.ineuprinelple. You too, Co., Local Representative The rich agricultural, states of.this should'procure bottle'of hamberlain' i __llcBt H.mfltmt ......lItl... .I
"" I will-..wtlypsnt.orn.thinp.Cover .- Kiasimmee.\Fla. country are the ones that raise'live you a Daeeteeite IDrrb JHIdM.' f
Cough Remedy and study all Itmmt Mala St. -
moat atlea/t of your stock on their farm, the State ... ... Fk. 15tlrowa I
says OfSe* H wl r* B t i
't 'requirements now get a Armour rt\l\xtr Work Bureau. This is the slogan of the wise man. the directions for use, so that In case .. :
Marketing IllinoisWisconsin
'i4, n good general vegetable. for' JacktonviUt, Fin .and ,other states Iowa of the. Stock: are continually! exposed toO of aii .attack you: will know exactly ._.00..00000000000..0.0._ ,
cuts, wounds, scratches, etc. The what course to pursue. This is a fav ,
a'I northwest market feed In fin.'Nv111t.UL Tasteleaa chill Tonic
-' crops man who is prepared has his healing orite and very successful remedy for .

1 f'" .Enrich/ the. Soil-Increase the Yield remedy on hand to atop all .chance croup, and it .is important that you blood.. by w afelluStnnsth purlfylni I and Mrtdilnctb *- t, 'j J W

<: r Hasten Maturity-lmprov'.tM Quality, of blood poison. Fan-is' Healing observe_ _the_ directions carefully. nloL InrlSoratlna'' rat... Prk Ie SOo. .1
.11 st* Remedy I. Highly Antiseptic. It is r m

.. economical.: One 50c bottle makes

;p..tI-o. 2.00 worth of healing oil or oint-
-: ment. Money refunded If' you are

1 rr OLDEST. not satisfied. Waters. &: Carson Grocery
rmour" urHa D1i48USIIOJrEI' ; Co.- SEED POTATOES

$ /10US

.' Fertilizers ..aortMr.r... It is 'only the part of. "wisdom. .to Maine Grown >
look ahead,, Profound economic .
".'"' :I' ' ', -' ,'" , \ , .1' "7' Irt'b\ : }, changes caused .by the present-,European r ,
"I ..,h.rt..." !'I." .\ ." j.II I . ;; .. ,1" '" '. 1 ita \ ..:
____ _.._., ,_. V war,"are' bound;to,he "' """ ";>'''-4I ''''rl t'' wide in-their"' effects;and to influence : ; ,

._..., a.....rnrramr. +;arvsrmeaa2trsrearv. .,+.""u." ..wi ,,_-., w _. -- all phases of production, mechanicalas dependable stock. Spalding's Rose. No..

1;' .. well as agricultural. In.many in-
censats the effect will be an increase 4 and Red Bliss varieties.: Prices reas!

: in values, and some place. and some onable. Book your order early for direct '' '
I industries will derive increased profits I .
Increase the Returns
i from the reekles.,waste and misfortunes shipment from Maine. Write or '

-. . of others. In other cases

there will result a fall in Value., from wire: i ,I.J \..
From Your Grove Labor
.! '* the inability to rise certain conunodi- i .
ties, and in consequence some countries : .
.BONE' and states, will suffer, or be Incorporated. : :
'; .
Grove help is scarce and expensive. An
compelled to" find other means of employment J
.J d \ FERTILIZEI'W'other.- season the' situation may be worse. says the State Marketing. ,Sanford, Florida :
c, t '. \! Solve this problem! by making your labor produce bureau.
r ; Sugar Is one of the .now necessary .
more. Do this by using an abundance food products. It is scarce. It Is the H' .
,I of plant food. one food in which there is absolutely ,
no waste. There is rio fiber no wood,
i The richer the soil, the more your labor ,. no ash in it. It is all food and is C. A. CARSON Pret denl. N.C BRYAN Secretary.

At\IIIt' ., produce, for it costs no more to plow and I Ito quickly and easily assimilated. It lathe
f fIOIIS.can greatest -and safest producer of The Waters & Carson

j 1tf> cultivate, and but little more to harvest a big energy of any/known food. t :

{ -. .- . ..., crop on good If'nd.than it does a small crop on The daily consumption of the American .
) before the war began
people .
land.. .
poor -
wz VM estimated at 21,000.000 pounds Grocery Company

1- a day. Now the sugar bowl has been

banished from hotel and restaurant .. .
z} Bradley's Fertilizers Will Help able, and a scanty supply is foundin -
and Dealers
American homes. Wholesale Retail inGROCERIES .., ,
All the sugar used in the United

These reliable fertilizers furnish available plant foods in the right proportion $tales. could easily be produced in

; ahd help you secure the greatest possible yield from every acre. Increase F1 rida. Indeed SoU"th Florida could ,.'" "' ,
IV; J. II. reduce the 18,000,000' tons used in .a '. 1
r the effective fi.of'your labor by using these rich fertilizers.' the world in the last prewar yeaA ----: ...... r ,<{Of"

t ., movement known as the AllAmerifr I. . .-. . . . . . : ._. ., .." .,. .: '
League has been started I. .

Nn' '; Consult Our Book Citrus Culture"I Jacksonville. All Floridians and :.. WE SELLi .. .. It.WJ.BU'rll.'.1''!:'- 'I I,>' "I ,//ill" '". J

al'1' Americans should bVeome) m mben. I. BAT .' In I 1, I" "IIr .

Sentt $1 to G. E. Brown Ses* ,.' H1PE3'FUSS1, . "I.,
I James JasksonvTUe, I. GRAIN .. ::0I
'h J "Cltnis Culture," our new book:, gives Plan for a greater yield from every tree retarySt. Bldg., ,. .' I '. '" '"'* I'"Y.- '. .
sad and Insvre aDd a copy of Spen r'. illustrated n 4l.("'"> ?(011 "fll i :-.
.ptsrestinf! facts helpful sncgestions a bigger net profit In spite of I. FERTILIZERS ? { '.
\about growing citrus fruits. It tells the Increased cost ,of. labor. Protect yourself book telling how it can be done with ',II.. ., I ., '- WOOL J''' -\ii:, : J"rf! ,ni j. ..

about fertillsars sad bow tAl use them. It '. from the danger of railroad embargoes, I a card of'membership Lsague! 8IUNG-.u :, .,. ri 10,(.. 91. 1111.1.,. ,.:
and do share, to help along a I .. 'PWj' .' r
points out successful methods of improving factory delays, and possible advances in your : 'ORANGE BOXES u in' '11t". ,4#

.tae son increasing yields and making blCprlq by o'rdering( early a fail supply of meet importantwork.Charaberlsin's: :. ..*/' ,Wt |iUHi. >U .t tP' II .r, ALL: Jflt| ',". pIVI'rr'Inr' I

.' gsr' profits Write taday for a free eor,.. Bradley;;'. fertilisers. .. ....ORANQBWRA.P8,. 'I' *. .. 1S ... Isnrri, -.- "in., .,.- ,.;
...... .' Coagh Remed,. rr .... ,of:. '''!'"''' ,':.',/ .., ,A. 1 COlJ1lf1'1'i; '.', 'r ,,u: 1 f
Do not imagine)that j.|| ,,.ot.I :' GA :&l'Y'..; ''J] ,.:. _c. _. ... 1.1" . I" ,' "'..

: . 'I a I rough medicines'. fallsd."tq-give you :S, :CRATE NAILS.tlf'' '- _...J.: iI'1. 1 3I1t< In:1: : P lurrrrep' DuJ ll,. a.. ),

r ': .- Bradley,.Fertilizer. Works, : ,- : :, Belief.*I". Wii1A1! ; ..the.eaine f ;; ;wit Ii. 't'i *_ ", -.w ui Mill i "J ... ,. ,..I I I ,,..i ", ,,|>T Kf'-' I'1' \Ill1'tcIJ/III

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'.1'III..If..It.YALLII GAZETTE.; .>DDAY.NOYF11lBER: \8,.IMtPI1. \ RtYl1f

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E. Crawford Lee JarreU Sleep and ReeU dents ORDER!! OF "PUBt.TCATTOK. .. .e
insomnia and restlessness,, ,is indig sion. > PURCHASING donntyM1Slai '
eorporatlofi of Jefferson D. G. WAGNER
Take ofSvChamberlsJn's Tablets FIRST : MRB. HANNAH K. MORGAN widow
: one TK ROUND)
Offices '45 ('L l and 7 Citfseu immediately 2lfter'suppetandsorif MRS.'H.. K. MORGAN -wldowt WII ,
Building 0' WATSON and MAT POTNTZ.
do not rest better .and. sleep You are heieby commanded to appear :
I Kbsimmee Florida yon 1ft the above ten tit ledCourt' In the Real, Estate and Insori-ce
+ .. betterThey,oaljr'cost a' uartor.;,, ,., CrmtolreinR.s& *<. from'pla,. Lt>pve entitled cause on or before the AgencyGtLtens ,
.. .Ind 'day of Dec.mbor.A.' "l"'.
DR. W. W. CARSON LETTERS FROMOUR. SO)..', "make Sloan's theWorld' WITNESS the honorable James W.
Perkins. Judge of the above Court Bank Building. Telephone NO. 30.
DENTIST BOYS t' *) Liniment and sny' name as Clerk thereof and the .
seal of said Court at Klaalmmee. Florida Kissimmee Fla.
Office ,,
or PUley Building; on this the Snd day of October,
Otftee Hears: a-11.-1-e (Continued from Page 2)) A.' D. im. '
TWo tamous reUeer of rheumatic REPRESENTING
Mime .P...... 1S R..I.__'rb_. Msaa .. J. U OVERSTREET. _
< _tatet.r.d for Klxtraetlesi 4d Kingdom. At 'one time I thought aches eureniis.- ..wfD&1aful and A. Clerk 'of the Above Court C, A., Strout'Fann Agency; maintaining big general office in- New
neuralgia mart
Teeth f epralna pains, ; (Circuit Court Seal.) 41-111.
they wou.1d', an' effort to directa that York and other for the '
f omd twinges humanity ,,, Philadelphia Boiton Chicago cities, convenience r
number that work but direct TN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE!
to no its sales
LEWIS suffers from enjoys great SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF of home seekers. If wish sell write mil at
r Q'BRYAN'ATTORNEYATLAW: faDe :you to once,
effort was made, and tho,.,billed for because: It practically never to THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND -
the continent did not feel they should taring sjpedy comforting relief. FOR OSCKOLA COUNTY. IN CHAN- you pay no-fees of any kind unless we sell your' property. No char '
take. 8. S: 8NTDBR. Complainant '
t make,, the move, so about 75 of. our Always r1L,0C'; use it little vs. O. O MAIN, OBOROE MAIN, SOU- ges for listing, withdrawing or advertising.
Waring Building.rat to NIbbi.aad produce: THERN COOPERATIVE HOME PURCHASING u
group and.about 25 others crossed to results dean refreshing. At all drug COMPANY, a private corporation We also represent the New York, Life Insurance Company,
Paris. Ife 'we found some others stores. A large bottle means economy of Jefferson, County, Ala.!
$ and the Ocean Aicidearand Health Insurance
.b l.toD O. p. ,O.rrei MRS. HANNAH K. MORGAN widow x
and possibly ,60 young women who MRS H. K. I WIUL.IAM it
,JOHNSTON &: WREnATTORNEY.AT.LA are to work- in' the various places. i and all W.:persons' A gC3.AN.oJ claiming Interest yi In, .00.0.0..00.0".0..0........... ...... .. . ....

W They had come by a more direct the lands In the Hill of Complaint In
this case described under any of the .
Offices 10,11 and 12 'Cltisens Baal route and had a few days the start of above named respondents. If any of
t8p Building the same be deceased, or otherwise .
us in Paris. In all of1 these pl.ce.time' claiming .
( Ktsslmmee. Fla. J : 'R.tO.Jh. PUBLICATION.To
was consumed preparation, dents.
10- } all claiming Interest In
some requirements had to be met I had'mylInt letters from Amer- lands persons below described under O. the C. 4

with ,regard to pass>: >rts,etc.;instructions ca yesterday, but not all that I, am Main Home George Purchasing Main Southern Company.Cooperative a Osceola 'Hardware Co.

as to field were also given, so very anxious to get that may come frl".te.corporation of Jefferson Coun-

t ., cqnsoj. F PIIRMERSE we spent about ,)ve days in Paris. some:''time. Very sincerely, owl}. Mrs.! Mrs.H. K.Hannah Morgan K. Morganwid widow; Wllllmm - '

When we' left New York my contract v G. \}", SPAHR, any, of W.the: Watson same be, or deceased flat Poynts.or otherwise If Located on Klssiramee's ""d

specified work with the American claiming Interest therein. Tou '
forces in France, but the assignment are hereby commanded to appear In BUSIEST CORNER <
the above entitled Court In the above
LLS we left to' the! Paris'' office entitled cause on the Ith day of January
>, A. D. 1919. The lands In questionare e
as being more conversant with the : The South half of the Southeast S
and absolute need. The assignments were ..... JOHNS DHAINAUH IMSTItlCTVOpt. quarter of the Southwest quarter and : -.P AI NT
Fire;|. Life /Accident
I the South half of Lot S of Section B, "1. o
made August 26, and one, evidentlya Lot'l and the Northeast quarter of the ,Wr. .
.O.b. 1.1T.; M S..t. a"" 1S1B. Northwest quarter of Section (i all In'frnTl'ah.
Plate Liability said that it remindedhim the '
Health Glass Methodist
, i : : 14 South, Range II- East of This is best time of the year for House Painting. We go to
of the time at the annual conference ... Meridian, located In :
and Boiler Insurance. when the Bishop read 'the appointments October Uniform 18th Acreage Balance Tax HIT.1MB..... unl.II'' Oeceola Honorable> County, James Florida W. WITNESSthe Perkins great .costs -to protect Our buildings from .the quick destruction' by '

Legal Bones Executed 'for i the ensuing year; Bank Annual Lo.Installment....' ...._..Tax..,...Ul7._: 750911.0'10000.00 'i iI Judge name as of-the Clerk above tHereof Court and,the and Seal my of fireand: we should a be; just at/quick _to protect: front the:slower, but

Here was an expectant attitude man- said Court at Klsslmmee, 'Florida, on \
$88746.77 .
I more certain ruin by decay. A good paint the best safeguard <
The men. this the aDd day of- October, A. D. ; its very
ifested by'every were
Same 191 Be '
nay'eeded.. ell anxious to get to .the front but Bank Loan and Interest pald$41ISS. J. L. OVERSTREBTT! for wooden buildings., The results are sure to please the
\ up Warrant Paid ...lo__....... 11608.5* As Clerk of the Above Court. eye
we 'all knew that some Would have,to Balancer. ,,-.-__.... ...... .IOT....t (Circuit Court SeaL) 41-lt and protect the property, It is real e economy to. keep' buildings

OFFICE:] Stati Bak Bail.ligT remain behind. I was not ,prepared, 188745.74* lie CIRCUIT COURT STATE) OK ; I' ,
(SIGNED) H. UBWINO. tainted. .
however, for my aselg( iment.. A PT.OIUDA. .
Tresaureri. seve.tbI. ; Jaaletal Clremlt, Oseeela,Cee>at I,' .
young'" business man from Norfolk;

; t y.. and?myself, were sent to Italy, AN ORDINANCE AN ORDINANCIII: To amend! see*I 'James E.ty. Davis"Complainant ery.' ".. We sell the Daisy Churns.. We have them, in. .the,,:.'.malt, glass, 1'
> J. W. THOMPSON so here I am, further from home than tlon 11 of the Revised Ordinances of Annie Sloan BoswelUSarah F. Bo.awell .. -
,.. the City of Klsslmmee. Florid., of and WHUam Boswell. Defendants. sizes that'a .about OnO and, I
'weU satisfied cow power, so on ''pto'the large metal
but .
thought ., ,
I.had very December let, !.!., relative to the It' appearlnabyiaffldlvlt appended .
and who knows but'that 111 have as regulation'of the speed of Vehicles In to the bill.flied) In the above stated cause for where larger herds milked standard goodsapd
Funeral Director ones use They
\ are are
i the Streets and Alleys of cold City: that Annie' Sloan Boswell. Sarah F. .
much service here as those who'malned re BE) IT ORDAINED BY THE! COUN Boewell and William Boswell. th.'d.- class.
:, CIL Or THE! CITY OF KISSIMMEE: ." fendants therein named are monre.ldents are the best of their '
ANDLICENSED in Section '-That Section 17 of the of the State of Florida, and that
,/ had a pleasant trip down here Revised Ordinances of the City of KIs. their place of residence ... unknownand ., 'I'
almraee, Florida, of December. lot, that they are over' the age of , .
from Paris.' Two'Red Cross nurses U18. be Amended to read .. 'follows twenty-one It therefore ordered Y1
)EMBALMER: left the earns evening. They were in 8co. 117.' No-person shall operateor that said non-reeldent, defendants We,, have already, began fitting people,up !for':'die, winter' by selling
.1 1 drive- vehicle In any street at a be and theyhereby required to .
t different and we did not see rate of speed greater than Is reasonable appear to the bill of complaint filed them. Bed. Mattresses. Stoves, and aU other requirements' for'
Store and Chapel. Stewart AT but'we and safe,; having regard to trafflcj In. said cause on or.before Monday,.the '
them until the next morning, location and the safety of the public ind day of December A. D. Ill*. otherwise snug and i comfortable' LOuM "p.n,. You are'invited' to call .aad'be
had But,In no ,case shall the rate of speed the allegations of said bill will f
tlsstnssee. ria.'J' traveled together, all a.y"alld, a ; ,
f ''
1\ exceed Twenty-five mile. per hour. be taken as oonfeSsed by said defendants. shown through' our store Visitors ,are always. welcome..
pleasant trip. The scenery is very In crossing1 any street or turning any '. i "
mountains' .t4 e.t corner the rate of speed shall It Is further ordered that this order i
picturesque. Thehigh', are not exceed Ten miles per hour. be published once a week for eight
t fM studded with little huts or more pre Sea 1 All ordinances or parts of ooneeoutlve weeks In the Valley Oas- \ '
: TILLER ordinances In conflict herewith, be and .. a newspaper published In said GASHUM AND SUSETTE., ,
tentious chateau 'which look fine, the same are'! repealed. County and State. '
the differently shaded Read e flrst and second time by unanimous This Ird day of October lilt. Cashum'had toothache and bear with e
it Estate I surrounded by and a was a* crot a* a a sore
Real Agency..aae..e..e..e..eeeeee. consent unanimously J. L OVEnaTREBT.'
. green of the foliage'of the trees. passed In open session, this) lot day of (SEAL)' Cleric Circuit Court. head. "I 1 wonder why that .itJ"iD' 'tooth' feel four'times as big
., .. my .
..' October,' A. D 1911.1Attest By. 8. H.BULLOCK .,D. C. 41-.f.JfQTICn . .
' ', up,on;thesummit; now'wasto : it really.i'when I into it"he, exclaimed. C1
a* put my tongue
:a"" Realty bought and sold... be seen. There were a numebr of J.- n. GILBERT,. ,F. H. LA W80N. ,

; ; > House rented. tunnels from Paris to the Italian border City(BRAI Clerk.) President, OF ADMINISTRATOR..T "I. don't .know.. laid Sutelte;,"unleu it i ii ,because: your tongue

!" .1, i w. Taxes paid and .Titles .veriBed the Approved this.,, 3rd 'day of October, -. <>. .* Fiaal 0.........), ** .
spce.often .
,l' : . and one at T.urirK ,In D" "". $ i i. K> used exaggerating,thing- .
'f for nonresidents.Fire. miles there 'were nine, tunnels, JOHN a CADFU !. -Ceart ';t'.p., < State efriewUa. .
41-8L ,Mayor. ?
Life and Accident la- while a'single tunnel was eight miles .
la re Estate V.: Preatta.Oeeeelaj .
surance.: long. Now the trains'-ran well up ADx1181sTItTIOl5.ptl.a. C.. ty.' '
. Indemnity Bonds. the side of the mountain and one ( .) Notice I. hereby given, to all whoitmay .... .
concern, that on the IBth day 'Dsten Hardware
; looked down deep into the -valley in ). Cee>r* ., .he C..atr judge, -Slat..f of Apfll. A. D. UU-I *hall. ,. tosaidACourt :e ,
.... .. . .o.. ..oo .. ..... which nettling beautiful villages Fl....'.. Oeewela Ceeaty. .as Judge Probatee apply : k

were ' Anal of .. " '1" .. .. ..... .., '"'. .
discharge aa Administratrix ol
.'\ and towns. Then,again We ran Ketat f C. I. Hyatt.BT
} the estate of James W. Prentls, deceased
Into'the valley'and could'hardly seethe Whereas W. B. Crawford has applied ; and that at ,tbe- same time I -
OuR MeATS the'window of theear. to this Court for Letters of Administration will present to said court nut final accounts
\ summit from on the estate of C. I.. aa Administratrix 4t said estate ETerybody: Who b I AayUoy A..jeitif1Mit "Wa.ty" i la the Ca e
: *
ARe and uk.tor' tketrapproval.. ,
I .: WeUKfPT ._ Hyatt, deceased, late of said county ofOsceola. .e
. -' -. ,Dated September, A. I> 111 .
0Ye : ladies
at Turinto '
left '
The young us
These are, therefore To alt. and admonish MART J. AA fiao-a.m-f-tmo.
e &UTCHtRr.! .1. fc-OfOn to, Rome which was their' -all andsingular the lclpdreduS tlx.NOTICR .
.. creditors of said deceased !o be S
headquarters, while we went on to and appear before this'Court on or be. Oil' 'AJt..NlnRA..e-Oa !
1 there to Verona, fore the IZnd day of November,' A) D. FlntAb DISCHARGE ,
and from
? Milan mi;.and flle objections. If anythey [n' Collrt of. Judge, >State 'of iSfftate'Bai1 .
\ '. which is Y. M. C. A. headquarters for have Jo the granting of Lettera ofAdministration Florida Oou"t6', '.-In re m:.. :
on said .estate otherwise tate of D. C. Lee. :
Italy. In Milan and Verona we spent the same wlll be granted to said j Notice Is hereby given to all whom, '14may .
( a little time looking> over, the old' W. B., Crawford.-' to some .other-fit ,concern, thatonthe .tt .dq ofFebruary ,
person or persons.; .' ':A. D. MI, I-shall sop ly'to
buildings and interesting points,spine Witness my name as countli' Judgeof tbe Honorable T.-M.' Murphy Judge'of
theCounty aforesaid >4tn said Court. Judge, of Probate, foe ot Kiseirnmee
aa my
WHO able tell
A of which I .
may; you day of October A. IX U.... final discharge ae AdmlnlstraU'la of the
more about in another letter. I em (SHAD '1'. )of. MURPHY: estate of D. O. Lee, deoeaaed.and that< .
KNOWS HIS BUSINESS 4-4t. Coun\jr. Judge.IM at the same time I will present to said ;
not in' Verona, but some .distance court my final accounts! as Administratrix -

Ice In charge of"this market. He from there, and ae my movementsare SEVENTH THE! CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT FOR THH OF! of.-said estate. land ask for their approval. The eyes theworld::

; purchases only the finest meats always uncertain here, the only THE BTATB OF FLORIDA IN AND Dated July. 11th'; A. D. '1515.
and handles them In that at the FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. 'IN CHANCERY FLORA B. LEB!, Administratrix.
..' a manner safe address I have is one 8. B. SNYDER,' Complainant.vs. "-hm.tmoN '
r; I. that insures their freshness when head of this letter, in Paris. They O. C. MAIN. GEORGE MAIN. SOU- ,
you welcome them to your home., keep track there of all the men, know CHASING COMPANY 7 pate corporation Worms In a Healthy Child are, on ., man
Our xmfailing courtesy and honest when they are changed and where of Jefferson Ala; All children troubled with worms ..... ..mhealty "
MRS. HANNAH K. MORGAN widow. 'Oolor,which Indicates poor blood and ass
method appeal to folks who believe they go and can forward their mail MRS. H. K. MOROAN, widow WILLIAM role,there Is more er less _ecbGROVE'S eMemrbeeoa, :
In. getting their money's .directly. all Interest In
and claiming
persona ;
( two or three weeks will enrich the blood. Improve
'. ,,worth of qll.lit.y'coocI... T wonder what some of those special the described tn the".bi11 under of complaint anyof the In the digestion. sod act ss a General Strengthening -

friends of mine think or If Tonic to the whole eyNe.. Nsnuewlllthea.
i now above named re.pond' +eels. any of : f
..rCity the same be deceased, or otherwise --........ tbe wereaetead the Child wW be SAVES l
what they say that I am over )Here. claiming, Interest therein. Respon-. In perfect .heshh. Pleasant te take. eflo per bottle.
One w.s loud in'declaring ___n ___ __ ,_ ,_ _
especially so -- -- -- -=- --- ----- ---- - -- -

Market that I had been, turned down. I '

! have often wondered how conditionswere "

,back there, but I aurely am 1 .
,: thankful I am away I will be very Tax: : Notice 'I

I well satisfied and happy'when I''learn for a moment man 4
. :. Ask Your Grocer that the note I hold against that PAUSE young f

,J i r ur place has been-fully paid. g>lve, a. thought to self. The

\ CHEEKNEALSCOFFEES COLDS AND GRIPPE YIELDTO Notice: is hereby given: that the problems that;'confront,, you" ,now" .or"

will a few years hence: "'
1 CALOTAte OVERNIGHT Tax Books of Osceola County will

I Leek abeat'. ..--tke sea ., affairs la ceaatry, state astlee'i 1""';eyes

\\\f 'To break up a cold over night or to be ,open;''for; collection on November (Im tke are tke mea wke started ie save early I.. Hfel: ., '. r

cat .hort-an.attack of influenza or I

grippe, ,physician and druggists. arenoW' :'first. I'. U now ready to furnish tax ,Tkey'kave tke respect aid confidence ef tke cessnraaity. ,1 ,.; :., f

e' CsJotabs the ''
recommending new '
Best Test '
/t' By Every nauaealess calomel, that is purified 'Tken leek oa'tke ether side-at the fell... wke spud! sop tkeyike P' '(

from, all dangerous and sickening.. effects. estimates.. I In writing about .taxes aIway ,, -tksy.saay lean ,a good time. for;a wkile. ., bat what;...* tkekpersonality

; Those ''Who.have 'tried it reflect?

HEADACHEend it acts i like magic by far'more'saythat' ::, 'give'a complete description of! is k
'certain A dollar er so deposited la tkls bank sill .. tkesmdeu t
effective and that the old \
+ _RslievM.nearalgia and chrome head your and enclose ., -am ........; ,iadepeademt career. ,
stches. Fre frnm style-. calomel therefore' property postage"for .
'oplat e. quickly, : Make you MaiaalqtHa. , ,.' Tees bank
absorBed mndproducingimmediate ed by'all physicians.
u.tJ'; Parties 17 nc mmeod d' for One Calotab on the tongue at' bed : ': eply. A 'discount 'of 2 percent leek *ill pan tke"way. K

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heMachea. .resnlUeg from, ,
,s and more the ... hundred exeeaeea.Tttls other time'with a swallow 'of prater-that's Capital stock ---.._...._--_-_ _. mmm. '>na08jReshvees : /

XedOroee: Bemedhjs and Toilet Prep. alL- No salts; ho nausea' nor the will be allowed onall taxes paid during . .."'______________ Hoe, ,
HId and interference with ,
rations gnaraotee4,only by slightest i eatlnf,

CENTRAL, DRUG work or pleasuresk. Next morning the month of November. Offers i .! Dn lena '

- TOUt eold is'.vaniahed and your whole '
C. A. CARSON. President If. KATZ and E. 1 L.( LEsLEY V-P.
+ .Oslos.s,nat,Peat. Mot Alfwt,1HIs Nm.I system feels, refreshed, and purified. : ,
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'4 ,Tit+lsatlakt00ullrrliR:: b.a.r'taa.- t1
S.oo4.s----, s-.-.. .se...,.: sealed packages, ,price thirty-five Tax Collector.49tt1 N..C.. BRYAN. N, CARSON. M KATZ. ,* p'e
*.; ttaowt ,304ap : ntfL, Recommended and guaranteed C. A. CARSON B. FLEMING, B?L. LESLET 't '
bjf all druggists inoney back .t 'J.. WADS !:: '
n J' ) Yourk II. TU(KJR. Mrectow. fl"t
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., f.. ; TOMORROW AT KISSIMMEI ,' ; x.f \\1; ". ',' : .' fl ::.. . '

No One ;Doubts:' ; jfff The a : ;f".
J Kissimmee-Tampa foot ball J. .
: .,## .... \0 .. OJ......' 41//' ". ,! ( oi : game which will be played CR.+ .f I ;'.. .,'

your Good Taste morrow 'promises to be one of th.clalsle.t .: ,f .
: r f events of the entire season, . .
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a J and one round which centers some local ,
\ IF YOU. 'rRAD'E' AT pride in that Osceola High ii '"

,k showing sand enough; to pull a team . r ''t 4J
through the loss of of her w < ,...
many experienced .1'+ ... "
The City Grocery old men and": 1.1. eager to ..., ,fr f\'\.. ,
meet Hlllsborough, one of the belt ,
. elevens in' the state. .:

x' 4 ft*. Hndants Meal, .._....___.*..._....__--,_______...i__...___ .%5 Osceola has contributed two good : ., i
4 tb*. Hndnuts Crib, .....-,_.....__..:.__.-_.%___..__ .._...-' ,-25 men to the S. A. T., C. since the Orlando ' rt

3 Ibs... Oat Meal!, ____.?--..-f...- -----*-- -.-..,-.-----.- ..%5 -Kiasimmee game, when the locals .
White Salt'Meat, M*_....__________.....,,1___u.,__*_._______ .%5 brought home "the bacon," 'but +
.. ..____._..'. :. :..: ___ .30 + 4 :
Smoked Bacoa, '-.., ,. ta.*--- -- -- - in place of disintegration as a consequence .:
Oleomarferine, ___j .... __...___.:.,;,___.._:..:..*..__-,---..-..__- ..35 of the loss, the team reorganized .. '. (:.
: .10 '
Dry White Peas, ._------1---------------------| "under the leadership of Captain ,' 1'' IJ

FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ON,ICE Overstreet. New material was .' i I
utilized and now,, with a strong line ,,' l.
AT and swift back field, they are awaiting .

Saturday's game. .
TAYLOR'S ,CITY GROCERY: Irlo Bronson is just recoveringfrom \ *!
.' an attack of the "flue" and will .." '" ,1
\ not, take his accustomed place at .-

-.-- -- pivot. This will be filled by Gordon I P
.- -- Bullock, who is playing his first sea ='and !; :
be laundered and packed in bundles I son on the regular team and surprised Out o' Luck : Again .' ..
ready for hospital use.
his 1
REDOtOSSAid even friends at the OrlandoKissimmee ,
game. Bullock Will.,b*
'. OSCEOLA CITRUS FRUIT Guarded by Bryan Simpson and Edgar HREE soldiers who had been cut off from canteen *. '
In U.' W.-W. Campaign. BRING.. PHENOMENAL,,- PRICE Bryan. These -three are playinga JL supplies for' many days' left the trenches" 'for a .
close and will be formidable
a From the Red Cross headqharters _,Never' in history'of Osceola or all game a '
Bill Sohilders and John Graham brief respite. .
the call is going all over the country! Florida for that matter has such; alluring group. .' ,). f y

I active urging\ part the'local in the chapters United to War take Work an prices been 'paid for citrus Frank are Bryan making andNed'' good Bullock at tackle are and re' "Oh, for a smoke'I" said one. "? ';ij II

activities fruit as ,the growers are now receiving liable end men. 5 5 '
campaign which begins The back field been 5 "And something sweet-"some; chocolate: or cookies! sad ;
of : has reconstructed .
next, Monday and continues through ,. as car after car juicy:'grapefruit t \
the' week. As, Individual :members and luscious oranges is sent 'with Roscoe 'Roberson as f another. "
quarterback; Leroy Lesley and Walter \. ,'. ';t.
And as organizations; .the fullest cooperation rolling from Kissimmee. a
'v': should be accorded the The ,two packing houses are :'run Bass as halves, and Captain Over- "I need' a tooth brush'and''some. soap ,worse'than.... anything": ,.......1."",,', .

in its'appeal to the'people for ring steadily and are' employing street as full back. The quartett is said the'third., _\ ':. '
:wads to carry,on Ihe'work of the Big about thirty packers each. There mercury footed and will make up in ; "

:Seven, seems to have been no trouble to se. fleetness what, they may. lack .in They came intoa; ,desolated village. Not a soul was in sight.*"*:- ;

x": Christmas' Boxes. cure plenty of picking crews this fall, weight. .
1'' i I' The :Christmah boxes have comet not even car, shortage casts a shadow -* Irlo Bronson Arthur Gardner. and "we're out o' luck I" they said., And. then they turned. a comer.. ", ;'> 1
tind:are on display at the M.., Katz 'over the situation Everybody Hollis Link, will sub., '
(dry :goods'store... The cartons are wants Florida oranges and grape The average weight of the boy v "There it isl"! they cried'? It was a sign on'the{ only&building -. .

.. 9x4x8 inches, ,and ;.while.It, 'will tax fruit and the people seem willing and will'The total about will 140 be pounds.called at tha old left standing in the ,place. It was the canteen -run ,by one of.< ,
the Ingenuity;of,every one to reduce able to pay the price.Manager I game '
? ball at 3 o'clock with the admission these seven recognized organizations. -
park -
the: giftr'tbeydeair.. to send to loved H. C. Piano of the Citrus
A '&ne*' overseas, 'it must" be borne in Exchange packing house said they I price of 35 cents for adults '''Whosaldwe'reouto'lutkl'' they shouted "We're in again. !" '. {
providing and 25 cents for school children. : '* ; r t "
mind that Uncle Sam is were, "fairly, snowed under with '
several millions of There is sure to be'plenty of pep More than 500' of supplies leave week .: "
transportation for. work" but that everything was run I ., tons our ports every,
? these, packages.,. ning smoothly'! and that he expectedto tomorrow's. game for for Tampa's and.eleven under the direction of these seven agencies--just so.that wherever S
good fight
i[ Do not forget that every package get 23 cars out, this week. Last are primed a
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must be 'submitted to the local Red year he' said the; first car of fruit left I citizens* here who desire the the American soldier happens to be, he will find good cheer and *iS .

Cross for inspection before it is' sealed the track'on fifth of November, boys that they appreciate' the splen- comfort waiting for him.;" Af splendid army of uniformed ;

,' and,then'n\ust bear the seal sent and this year the season is in full !did spirit should and be courage oh hand they to' are pout showIng for- workers, ,are now' engaged in'* this .work and General Pershingasks
togo that ,
to whom is
here by the person it blast on date S
incidentally It will be officially The'' Exchange is pooling: its fruit I the blue and gold. that'at Jeltst: thousand more be sent each month. .

'S lDap cted/.pln: at Hoboken before it every fifteen days, and though Man 'DESERTER SENT BACK TO' Nothing is too much to do for.those who are bearing the brunt''

rt mbarks.. this 'is not red. tape but, asafe ager, Piano did not, quote prices, he WASHINGTON WITH ESCORTThe of' this .war. What ,w. U you give for' those :who are' giving
and sane .me..u... to 'preventany said ,they were breaking >all records .
'hellish hunism" being practiced I this year and, he*' anticipated they deserter from the Un'ited' te. eVtlg?,

# on our boys under the, guise of gifts would remain at the same attitude for army calling' himself Corporal. B. H. UNITED
from home.. come time to. The people generally lastweek WAR WORK
.' I l:I come. Di.bee. who, was arrested; here, : CAMPAIGN
More Knitting. aU
are making! ..hlgh'wap. was turned over to a couple of
; Tarn'' for the knitters may still be I' over the country and were willing to guards sent here from Washington: aaa sass

a had at the Red Cross work rooms and pay. :'what fruit was ,worth." : The ,soldiers reached here Sundayand ra au"ww...+u It 9 jThts
the directions fOI''knlttinc'' tbe socks Fruit shipped this:week t 1st coming i.lentlfUd the man as a. member
'can be:foundin this week's' QacetU. from Farms "Nareoossee, .*
rs. : Edgewater , one of their, companies stationed f I,
.r.FN':. \ ; supervisor of,Woman's East; Lake{section, ..with {car j load near .Washington;, and Sheriff,Ingram t\' : ,' 'A"\; \'." ..

Work purges. everyeyolunteerinhee ; 'torn.,.Orange ,Center,.and&another turned over the' man and .his forged '__11'.1 " . unit:atKissimmee II from Loughman., The Exchange expects commission, of authority.:
'to conform to these rules. without ;to ship a car of, Tangerines ,e' .. .

tbe' slightest variation. In event I next 'week'to- ,go .-into- the 'Thanksgiving '- A CORRECTION. Space Patriotically, Contributed By'
the'garments'1'1I"not' made according market. : O attention has "been called' to
tel Ath 'new'rule'they.will.not be accepted Henry Llghtsey; manager of" the an error which occurred in last week's MACH'. BROTHERS'B.. BRYAN. M. KATZ
4 . .. .. ,...1 _
by the inspectors at headquar\ I Bronson packing house, is another Gazette, and we cheerfully take thif, 1,

ters.. The response to the call'"of busy ' and has been-working a our, first opportunity to make a correction. .' '
Corker: : '#n this Department,*, issued day sand night shift,ofpackers ./"' His I VICTORY BOYS CALLED OUT ,"Divisional 'Earn and Give .Chairmen.
P last l week was4 vary geperou.,' nevertheless louse.has been shipping 800 boxes of We made the statement, upon whatwe NEXT WEEK: I' Charlie Regero{ Kissimmee.N.
d mere orker$-area nee!'Iede. 'rultVer this''week (jF"Cou'rs "u f
day ; Last Fridayhe considered reliable authority, that II, Bullard St. Cl ud.
h Up With Quota. said1 they rolled the largest num. all the doctors in town were ill exceptDr. Perhaps; no feature of the United !, A. A* Knight, Kenansville and Tyson .
f{;,The allotment of, 90 personal! 'bags bee;of. boxes in one day 'getting out ., Winn, and that he was the only ,War Work drive beginning: 'net '. Creek. all eyeglasses'Aould be helpful

: 'or, property bags, accepted "by the 1000. The fruit is of exceptional one able to make calls and attend the Monday, .will be entered into with I A*. R. Dennis, Shingle Creek.R. .
;M 1 surgical ,dressings '1 department of,the, quality, he said, and shows a .better sick. Since then we have )learned more spirit than that, set aside for, C. Trimble, 'Campbell.r but are they?

Kissimmee''chapter of"the' Red Cross, Color than that1' sent out ,from here that this was an error,. Dr. Derby- the youth of. lle country, who are. be- j, G, C. Miller Lokosee. .
v for the month' of October 'was4 complete .the 25th of November last*year. shire having been on the job day and ng ,.called. to:'oaRat as Victory.. Boys. I, Vernon Parkin, Center Park ,
fifteen days ahead of schedule, Referring to" the high prices the night from the first advent of the,Influenza bl' 'Boys'Earn'and Give" division 'of Fred Harvey, ,Union Center; v -.
''uid the,; workers'noW"' busy stanp- fruit was bringing, Manager Light to the present time, and has the United War Work as;it is'called. W. H. Mann, .Bassville and Alligator ,
S ing the, articles donated to the linen say said 'it was largely due to the rendered valiant service in relieving: It is piynnfd that every boy be- Lake.

shower some time ago: There .re'745 shortage. of California's early .fruit the; suffering of those afflicted with ween. the ages or 12 and 20( should M. L..:Tindall, Narcooasee. -
article. in all and each must'be'labeled Both managers believe the present I this dread disease. ledge,'their support' to the fighters I B. Hancock, IIpnc+ock'a. 1

with the, stamp;"Compliments of demand will continue and that almost by earning $6 and givingit! to the 1 W. H. Kempfer, Deer Park. No indeed. Unless ;the glassea .
,r American Red Crosli Kissimmee the entire crop will be sold fronij Visiting; card pnnted by the Val- organizations which 'are,,' 'providing L H. Wetherbee, East. Lake. accurately fitted and are of :
S. Chapter." The entire shipment. must this section by Christmas. l" rZur tta" Inti lHnartrraent.t comfort and entertainment for the 1 W. W. Clark Clark's. the exact strength ,in sphere' or ;,

khaki dads overseas. This may' be cylinder or aphero-cyliader ,'.. ;!

.- . v paid In installments in December, I CoLtewis; O'Bryan left Tuesday for needed v to correct the defecttheywill ; \
i5 ..... yin. \ \ January and March. . .(Tampa to .attend a meeting.of the be far from helpfut-Ahey will .y I
,The signlflcent slogan for this I District Exemption board, of whichhe be absolutely hurtfuL To get the .
.,,_, "
H ." movement is, "One: Million Boys Behind is a member. RIGHT glasses, yon must go to J.
.,., --\0,.-\, ;y .1,r.. One Million Fighting Men." In an OculUsf 'of proved ability,; .
.;' ...fiYf... .,'.,..'..,.'t....... ., "'." ... .,' "I " O.ceota.eounty': : '' the goal has been$1000 set THE -ELECTION.* Thafa Us" '
., which mean '
at 200 boys, would. 'DR.
t, ;\ ;.' .. (Continued from One) E. S.-HOFFMAN
_\11" ) 'j "" '. ., ., I'' 1 for the cause. ", '* Page Oculist and :, '
.: : r-J. ." '.; ,' : 'it Optician If'
: who made coulty'urYeyor and will be
C E. YoweIJ was \
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Supt. '
28 Church Fla.
to'- : ; : W. St. Orlando, 1
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there definitely known until the votes
J .'f" chairman of the workRelieves; 'are j
n : "i V\
Dont"Ac't : '\ '
\ : will be no slackers among' the boys, finally',counted ,which nominee received ... 1' '' . ,

I . . tT\ .." ., but"that ,'every lad will go over 'the the majority. I .' WE BUY' ; :
'' ": ,,. ., ' top with a, subscription when 'lie is As the DIxie'' Highway,divides Kis- (OLD'PALSE"TEETHWe ,
called"on., Mr. 'YoweU expects* to simmee, marking the, commissioners
,tat though we were, doing you a "favor", when you have .an '-': :, Si))"' ;-/:? the districts It marks the pay from'$2.00'to'$8b.00p'" ;r' .
place the call] before lads throughthe so voting; precincts
ai ,
set broken iota Wa .
( ) 8110 >
account here. v ? .. .? schools ,which YWiiI"' reopen,;next and two polling place were pay
," I teal value for Diamonds old ,Gold
r 1 1 ,,' : J week,'* d'wIll see'tliat as many boy established, one in the Pilley building '

,%,t 'When,,we'establish relations with-you as a, depositor, you ,are ', as possible ;outside of the schools. ,, on.East Broadway and the otherin one Silver by and p&rcel'poIIt,Bridge=work.and'receive, Seudat,'cash,
''. be"'reached.also. .. the Bronson building, the westside i
our, customer-and we put forth every endeavor .to show. our appreciation. t will u 't by return mail.MAZER'S . "
ins . Mr. Yowell has appointed an army. ( were in ch.rg-eof managers'J. ''

11 1 t . 'I!i' ..'' I'.'< :''"'t..,,;. \?\. ".. '" ,;\,......,.,.. ... .n"." '. of workers' from.various points In the E. Lupfer, T. K.,Clark,'Jim Griffin, pt.X.Z007 TOOTH So.8th St.SPECIALTY'PhiladelphiaPflea k
e .' .tf' county with power to .leet'aa .many A. E. Thomas, H.; N..Brattari C. ,H. ,- .
"t Wa aimto,, please you and what we do is not. a':'favor.".:, but is ..,t.. !,.... .. I r more aa Beems,,'desirable, The .following . Funk,"A.,D Story and M.,I. Stout. ,. '
qy i iI- ;< '''' ''' ''' r Cored In 6 I.C :
"' ''' '' '' \,1jIJ' '' committee men On the three important to Day
3 \ is the"corps measures
a 'a part f'a: Service'whlch'1I" broad enough to'take. care. ..of all your no '. who will conduct the drive: ', decided by the election.the'.following Draute. _*ro4... MMT u PAZO onmiciTr' MU i
n ,.. i,*"*' nr" i ,, ""- ,.- to I ..sac.a. r iw.ais PI.IM.
a t 4 .individuaT. anking'needa. ,| ; f ,[ .,' t-4 iff.WSS. \ .,' Members of ,'Couaty''Eara' and Glvt vote ''was, casts i -Waleep"--.." N eoIM a.r to BIMcI5 o..oa". "-. '_Ica' 7
e t 1 f Kiaimmee.. "
{ t ...=. : ... 'C, Committee. ---
.' "' ''Milton:'Pledger, Kiss mntee.* .gOO 'for; 32, against,. compulsory 158 for; 78 against Ten, Mills. 'for
t Citizens Bank.k",4: ? I' 'f i Edgar{Kate,.Klsaimmee.... .,. ?. cattle dipping. .,hi school purposes.' 1'f

_ TThEUVTIIftSCI Harvey Riggan, St. Cloody 169 fogl44'againat'Ten' '' Mills.; for. 191 for; 92I/gainst .prohl l ion. a .
ti . w P:.D>; Marine, fit: Cloud., school purposes.S The eipcf Tola 'of 'other precinctsin >> ,' : '
'OF) KISSIMMEE WAR sxvmos SUMPS illtUKO 2S. c.B. Buckley., Narcoo..... 167 for;.' 71 r.gainat'prohibitiOn. ,th -''county'1ri1I,not be known until "
,I STATES TNaUKTTED "% ," Kirkland SIngletary, ,Campbell.' St..,Cloud. the commissioners" cahV"'th..tol' ,

S N .... ,g S 'i i Tie bank with tie ability>> and wiffiajto > i"" POVERNMENT" S. H.-\ Fertic,' Kenanrville.Jlra 149. for;, 122 against' compulsory tala.; which',will, likely! be In'aofe; ( +4: .

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