Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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 Material Information
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 15, 1918
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00881
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Monday WVi* $ :nl'i'' .ts''dY. '' : in. I 'crowd jJiaod. oa. rxdway' ;ufrom .lave it '* thns': history .of.'IilirlsunN' and: bon; Arf,'UM arfhtad1 :.*.*.:.:: :waels ; ; '' .. ; ,, ..*.>. ..r chairman of the local woman'. committee .
first ti.grphhisWgwro.. ; Bow .to. ajr*. : : ; : '
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I bsr.'asd''Naroi. ..F bHWamtffleams : ; lon':deBara called: a, meeting at the campaign .
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Joy-worn' tilteen'wnded .',__y '';bandy.traclc",up Mr/alr. and AND' --\ ; : >, th* 'great peac* elel>ntfon ex- tlM 'peopl* laachod ....c'aft4 daftoed, : :the. tber- if the city'taking street by street ban
lifted. "the principle' the 'nniv rurotharhood -, a. .fce.t. yited. theirfancy; ,' ',L. '". .r rOO-: ,, -- haadquar. endeavor. to Mash ...,' individ

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position' .ofrthrvditinctk>n. ...unitedon hour.'appointed,.....ik;.; M 'israiaeik.would : a : : were assigned 'their territory .sate '
at man in 'voicing .MMir'joy. Chat jo .into "effect,' >/ s., Oadel, Thursday: the''resuH of their effort. .
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It tolght tratiifnUy be said "*roun'also d \ which'.to read Ui*,/.w detaHaobtamaila ; .. Fri- th*, Victory Boys and Sam LnfCsr, .
;.oIock- wttb: tii* celebratorsT{' .forusany at ,that ,"'tint... .H. 'was . .{.-.,.... : attended by \asistant chairman ar. msating wiMh
;a\ ,,',anticipated,,th*.<;weleollll' news c.bUce to paoa 'at every '..l teDee ::1 District treat 'sueoasa' ta gaming the es.eejeratton .
f: from a. forerunner,in 'the-'.shap. of for thereon. subld;."'Mayor Ca- iFoltowina; la a :; ; ; : ; we *f MM'.beya... lCYa7'" ls
6 the"11nc.taJecram; : ..d,,were toe del that olftcllJIT'Proelaimectthe; day t**.United War ; pleaMM o.saib'eesnty' high eebooi *BroHaOSMMT
,", zcited. to-retlre/but.watched for th* a holiday and dUmld( thq' crowd to ed by,.th. : ; : : ". __'.SMf, '.... bMMr and/, many of Ms ?
corroborating' :of r''tba. peas rumor.. form In *:p.radowbat'a', aom* 'on* lllitrbtf. .\. : msstJmy h* +y. fora. ..'low r gtsde. an jeIatJ'o -
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of an.IIDMIft l'nation floating( .over ; After'tb' firat/atcnal no.::. n.;'knew ,J.' H.'.Porter ( ; ; : : : J ;teams-'... UO their ptodgMlS **-. '
.1J'h.re'' .aatocracy' had'r.keed%" ath -th.:: "alrn'.bwl'or'.not: ) ; ;. aowaa Uiaa MU. .Anni Nelll e' M: t :: .;' .... ..fMM : ;< *: ;!.*. Carson district aatd
,. ID ..that;moment tics';octeferation _"' th.pkoia4V,: eni natjng,from MUg 'Bell'*R : : :, t...; ,tee ..Uwg countyehainsuui;;' of the T. W. C. A. ,
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...."d.oented'for' bravery. iii action bo.lneu'at2410. First .. r. ., ''
.n1l.,beto8llterinC. Jonnaon. r i: :: r Spaneer! regular root* for air sb.lfiy : :
ent th* French front baa ben invalided ( ,the army... '- J. '; I Nary[ ;Johnson,:. ; : ntryfI"inl' Later LMutonanto MHlk .liuk.( ,:. '
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f woundan'. hIa( cheat,, ;and .is DOW will be,' + while :..... ". ,
yLawaon assigned I r4'e; StoI'J';... ... ; : ; ;: : ) ;; : Jennings 'tiMy + i ; 1M.r', .
taahington. R.,1. 'expected, to tominstracting..membsavt''.of.:>h* dew I r.wr..A..r'; tor9.:: ;; <; .." before lawHag "ty brak*MobrSsea, ,,
'oireoV to'Birmingham' army .in 'som* ",aeroplsn*+ training J Mrs.' .: .Alan J. .'station Iteto.,and only tbe-p...Hrt..Kr:K tofM..;.
liatstsnsist Lawaon lsnow's'niem: ; camp .to"b*' announced.-Birmingham( J.E Miss,"In Vandergriat Carson :: : : 'of the firma aDd*, good V landing pines P-.
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of. MM:JHnety-.firsCVAero'' ; Squadrow N.wirf .' q Mr... L. H::'ln ; : 'from rented: an *ceidaC .'J'Ite flyenwewobliged.to'eal1'for'b.Ipfaner's':
and!was ordered to thla".c. : unWo \. J MU. Louis" '' ; which tat- ; '..,.
J a ftr,..receiving his.Wound.. U*'!and.l ; CIRCUIT[ 'COURT'-JURORS.List .. Miss. Lillian .M.. ; : ; : rner1', Ala.. James and Segt. Swinard awl np'M,.
l; 1../ ID i Newport New; Va Sunday; andimmediately : t.of'jurotWclr,. W .toserve'attheFair Miss J MUs:;.Lola'Helen ... : wfati-* en. a "gunnery" ship to. 'repair. >HN.dsaa' : t
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.to;Waihhrgton.'Hal.i.dypuudtb4 .term of Circuit'.Court: Norembet RT:W. H.' .. : ( : :f? 'it;, . .. '
:: examination ,-2a1o18., -. "* OBy1D.Ssyare' ( ( ; '' .blmself as la wtpected:that :within,s **-
a -.ptanq' ;and is,no.wawaltlngagoing' " "Beth,.Tyson, 1C. L.. Tiadan.. ',G.;r i.I.: Marian Hughes, ( : : ,. ;; *"''landing' day the city 'ofnclals.will reoairannoune *-'its
a.V Gilbert Ch&olm. ; it wet.the (Vnnt .tram, Dora FiaM; .!Sciallyacoeptnr -,
.. Bronson, H,: C.v Hartley,;E.: '.G. Vans .J f0l8Jlb'ChI.oIm,:( I: : : ; :
Into, the :'alr> service Ape,,; ';N.'LT Edwards. C.W.',Campball. J).:.C. ChlcolnV ( : :; ; : d faxpectali. ( :Kisstem' a* on .w ;';
'Lawvrn'wis'ali.nt.nantin,, ."' j.. H. Cooper' tWiV.tfy Clark) Ethel Andrews. .( ) ; : aafcf ther* NCOplsedJOuta. and, rwoataeiwlMd'r.
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t Kf:'167th infantry,':Captain Henry: '., Beatrice 'Andrews ( ; ;;; : ; ; ; ? JCIe.bnmM th*,landing place to pdMji ,
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I TWO :THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY NOVEMBER IS,.1918ft . .



,:: MY. little girl is subject to. sudden' count Irlo of Bronson the epidemic., who but recent recovered GELD'..SEVEN; 'WAR f 'J"."''' .r">.: ," }', ,

8 of stomach and bowel from an attack of. the ""u." '
V. was again confined to hi. bed,by Illness iWORK; AGENCIES .' .I

ui .trouble, and Dr. Caldvvell's Syrup Pepsin, always ! for a few days this week ...

relieves her quickly so she is "soon playing Chas..Cooper, who ,recently purchased i't
c. ? the place formerly owned by INTO RELIEF ARMY! ':1
r \, about usual.. I have used Syrtip Pepsin A. II. Fox,,,moving, here from Kansas, 'I j I ; '

I for three years and would not be without it is land.now engaged t ,in clearing additional. i .rriieas : :;,
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now at any ,price. Adam Yates is reported ash< being :.
confined at his home by sickness.Mr. Helping to Keep Up the Moraleof i -h'Jlle :;
From letter to Dr. Caldwell written by\ "
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(Mr. J... .. tmitli, 600 Virginia.AT*., I and Mrs. J. A. Barclay Kis Fighting Millions ,Unite I In ':... I
1'uuburg, Pa. / simmee accompanied by Mrs. Lud- Campaign for, $170,500,000. arara Lug.A.
low and daughter, were"callers at the

home of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. .!Dennis, .
: :,. Dr. Caldwell'sSyrup Sunday. With million of American men ot ..
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Commissioner, E, L. D. Overstreetwas war ,front, In training camp and on Unlike T opsy-
in Kissimmee Monday In 'atten. tile sea. and with thousands of Amarl

\\1't .,, Pepsin dance at the ,regular monthly meet sin'women on foreign soil, all engagedIn 'Swift & Company '

w ng of the county commissioners.Sleep the stupendous! task of making the I '

:1\\ ," :,l(1.,:. 'The Perfect__ Laxative and Rest. world devolves aafe upon for democracy those who, a remain great duty In Has Not "Jest Crowed"Swift : :

,;, ,, r- i One of the most common causes of tile United State*,--4he duty, of sendIng -
.. .:\, '. Sold Druggists Everywhere Insomnia and restlessness '
by is "lndigesion. Home to those who hare put Homo & in fifty of well "
Company
: ;': '- Take one of',Cham1,>erJaln'l Tablets behind them for the period of the war. : years
''r:.,... :,.;' 50. cts. (S .) $1. 00 immediately ,after 'supper and see The agencies through which this call ordered growth, has become one of the

," 1 If ,you '"do not rest better and sleep the great national services because it has
f In
: Joined
be accomplished are
',;;, : Constipation is a condition to be guarded against from better. They only cost a quartc'r., United War Work, Campaign. ., .. learned to do something for the American ,,

infancy 16 old age. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, is as From being, given he cigarette'' ot I I. people which they needed to have done 4

safe and pleasant for children "as it is' effective on even ST. CLOUDWritten chocolate bar, with which" he'sta's hi. fox them, in the way in which they ;''*
In'the of' battle, to the preferred to have it done.
trial bottle be obtained hunger fury .
the strongest constitution. A can ( for Last Week.) '

free of charge by writing! to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, Gordon Northrop came over from theatrical games,entertainment which relax him or _Into the''athlelic 'normal - .It has met each successive demand in : :

p: 458 Washington St., Monticello 111. motorcycle Friday afternoon on his comfort after weeks of terrific the changing conditions of national, life, M;
'
. .. and spent the week-end combat the American fighter Is dependent by getting good meat to increasing millions '1.1;
.
with friends In ,the continued effort of
our city.
.
upon
I, THE CONSERVATION OF FOOD Mr and Mrs. W. I. Barber and National the Y. M.Catholic O. A., the War 1'.Council W. O. A.and. the K. and expeditiously.effectively, efficiently, economically, y 't
''
/nail daughter Virginia of Carolina ,
.
Service '
Community
of O. the War Camp
STILL EXTREMELY NECESSARYDo Station, were St. Cloud callersMon' ,the Jewish Welfare Board. the . ". 'The Swift &: Company packing plants

-- day' evening, Amerlca Library ,Association and the refrigerator cars car routes, branch

not, on any account, allow the This, you see, necessitates, for the Pat Johnston of Kissimmee was a Salvation Army: To carry on this houses organization, and personnel of

peace talk and the feeling that the present at least of providing still St. Cloud visitor on' Tuesday; work are the seeking combined a fund welfare$170.COO-organizations ,- today are the practical. solutions, born of
from food for the foreigners than we Miss Mattie May and Mr*. Clara '
war has btefwon, keep any one I more practical experience, to the food problems
'
continuing to conserve food to the had made provision for in the beginning Simms motored to Kissimmee! Tuesday 000.The Y. li 0. A. provides 538 huts In of half a

limit, as though the war was still of the year. It would be unthinkable afternoon. American training camps and more century.
I raging If the war was over today to whip them, and then allow Mr, *. S. W. 'Rode and little daughter than 800 In the war, Bne a* centres. Because of an these elements working'in
.
you can see in one minute. the necessity them to starve-that would be Madeline, arrived Monday even- 'which the fighter can .*e a* clubs. correlation and unison Swift & '
from schools, theatre, store, ahurchea, II- : Company
Brown 111.! Rode
pn for constant and careful conservation German Kultur-and we must pro- ing'' town, Mr. "
and daughter Anna having arrived brutes and writing rooms ,More than or is able to supply more and better meat to .;,
for a long time to.come. Before vide additionally for them.
7,000 men and women bad been sent '' '
1;r ,there was an Armistis signed Now that we have the fight won, several weeks ago.. overseas er, approved for, overseas more people than would' have been possible
1,. between any one of the belligerents we must continue to strive; lest we Uncle Josh' Ferguson was a. business work by early autumn and 8,823 were otherwise, at a net profit per pound of

and the allies, we had to divide foot fail in the most essential thing. .I caller al Kissimmee Wednesday.Mrs. erring In American camp at home.. meat so low (a fraction of a cent) that the

:: withi; England France, Belgium, Italy have no doubt that our'people will do T. C. Blair left on Wednesday .1'. M. 0. A. hut are the canteen of consumer price' is practically', unaffected.
Greece and Russia Now that so, if they will remember these to visit her daughter, Mrs., Rutter, .at the American Expeditionary Force and
there are some? of them-most of things. We have made no bad mis- Davenport. are the theatres where the American" Strip aw)'' any portion .of this, vast

them in fact-who are willing to ad- takes so far. Let us not make any: Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Price who 'entertainer. Noted, lent American over by public the men 0:1': and appear 'smooth-running human machine,and you

mit that they are whipped and have j from now'on' have been staying at the Bon Air for of
clergymen: speak In the hot* Classesare '. make a''' large part the meat supply
4 turned themselves over to US, we MILTON PLEDGER, the past few weeks. left Wednesday conducted there.-Million of letter ,uncertain, lose the benefit of half a century
must remember, they were hungry County Food Administrator. for Elyah, Mo. are written thereon l.parlrovldecl '
,, ;_ and starving' when they did, it, and Miss Jennie Carver died;at Kissinv free by the'"1'." Physical director of of", fruitful experience, and scatter the
\ November3rd the "I" teach and spread mas athletics intelligent energies of who have
when ,we take possession of them, we mee on Sunday afternoon rpen
cannot think of letting them starve SHINGLE CREEK of influenza. Miss Myrtilla using material. furnished free devoted a life''work toward meeting the, w

I, .'1, when 'we, have them as a, charge.JtUFFthWWITU' Beals accompanied the body to Danville by The the T.organisation.W.. 1,0' (Written for last week.) Junction, Maine, for burial. for the thousands" of American women

Mr., and Mrs. II. Wv Morrow received The New England Society/will; hold ',In''' war work .overseas-signal corps.
a card on Friday last an the first meeting of the season*.Tuesday telephone operator. nurse. and .booklet preceding chapter In this etorjr ofchapskintinde.trywglb.m.ii.doer.quat.
nouncing the safe arrival of theirson ,November- in the:upper G. French monition worker.. It provides ,. ,8
"A '''BAD COLD?" Earl, who is a member of' Company A. R. hall, at 2 p. m. 'If.the ban la cafeterias, rest and recreation centre., -Union 'Swift Coop: .oy. .
Stock Yards ,Blinds
l B, overseas. lifted on public gatherings. All New entertainment and reading for these Chicago
a women and glrlst
In letter' received Mr. Englanders; are urged 'to be present. *
a recntly by The T. W. O. A.* outstanding contribution -
'" Get busy with a bottle of and Mrs;P. Cromartle from their Everyone welcome.Mr.
Dr., .King's New Discovery son Grady{{,who,)is,stationed with the and Mrs. Z. Barager.' who have training camps was.the establishment Swift & Company U.S. A.MuufftarCifL .
s been in Decatur all summer arrived of Hostess, houses, where the soldier ,
at once naval force.atlKey, j .Weetlthejletter;| I iTiljlLiiTTil b tlfti*-J f
'. -. stated he."waaYJust'out the i herelk!:!",.Saturday j; !ening."(,They,.."werqncompaniedihoni 'or sailor,may,receive his mother, wife, ii"
; .Ister,or sweetheart 'la,the surroundIngs -
seiiveralrweekernnnementla.sTi. 'fby? ?1 their little .
after !
cold. attacks' .
Coughs and bronchial
I Edward 1l and .atmosphere of the best
-they are aU likely to result l in danger. result of an attack of the'flu", grandson,.VirgU nef' home. .: '
GUS aftermath unless checked in time. Election Catholic War'Council "
National
The
And how effectively and quickly Dr.Kloi' day passed off very quiet. Prove to:yourself that y"ou did not '
aU Catholic welfare work
New Discovery helps to do the ly at this point, but very little, inter. co-ordlnaje
overestimate your earning,capacitor 'In support of the government and
checking work! Inflamed Irritated est being manifest resulting in a
f membrane are soothed the mucous light vote being polled. your desire to keep your word through the K. of O. provides clubheasea -
phlegm loosened freely and quiet when you signed your war saving for our fighter In all American
5 restful *leen follors.AUdruggstshave/ Walter Bronson and family expect pledge. training camp; a* well as having ...
it. Sold since,1869 t to leave the first of next week for seventy-five: centre In France and ,

Windemere, 'where, they will reside No Worn In a Healthy ChildAll three In England; In their hut l the . h ,._ )
while Mr. Bronson has K of 0. provides entertalnlnjfrD'eDt.movie. ,
Constipation Emaclpatloa I temporarily children troubled with worm haw an unhealthy
No lazy bowels, yellow' com- employment in the hauling of citrus color which Indicate poor blood and.*a ., boxing bouts, educational
more
: rule.there Is more or lees stomach aL8turba_ work] religious services, free stationery ,
plextlon, sick headache, Indigestion. crops. .
i GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularly
embarassing breath, when you use as a for two or three Weeks will enrich the blood Im reading matter and writing rooms
corrective,Dr. King's New Life Pills. Our Sunday School will be opened prove the digestion sad act..a General Strengthening In France their railing canteen ao-
They systematize toe system and keep .again Sunday. November 10, after Tonic to the'whole system. Nature will then companJes the American army, their
be world looking he rluL being closed for two weeks on ac ihrowoff or dispel the worm.and the Child will be. secretaries march, with the'troops gig Will Sell Shoes'
----.-.---.- 1l In perfect health Pleasant to take. eoa..r bottle.jou tagaway cigarettes, cookie, chocolates -
soap and towel. '.
JiJ
.
The K. of O. had BOO worker In _
France at the beginning of autumn, "c r
with 400 more passed by, the government .
and. 200 others signed up. At Only For Cash .
I the same date they bad 468 secretaries

know ,,In American training camp., 150 buildings -
your fifty-six more In the course of
erection and ,contract I let, for fifty

"more. This is to notify my friend and customers, that after this dateno
own War, Camp Community Service
feelingsbest {function..exclusively:: In America'. Its ,shoes will be charged to,,any one under any circumstance 1' !,
'pedal mission being to "surround the '

camps with the hospitality.soldier or"sailor In.place to the ofleaving The ,government' has fixed the price of SHOES for all, grades, 4

;promiscuous companion 'and diver- and be profit will now be too .small to permit selling them on,charge, l
lions formerly his lot the organisation .

Authorities :agree that a great, In commanltie obtain for him adjoining the best camp to-be bad or accounts. a

people can drink coffee through which be,passe*. Our Stock, however, will be kept folly up to the usual standard>
many '
W. O. O. 8.obtain for,him Invltatlon -
without apparent harm. 'm to'din.,'bathe or spend the day and we will continue lo handle ,a full line of the best quality .ShOe*

; In the best home It Introduces him for Men, Women and Children and solicit your continued ,
patronage
to the beat women and girt at' octal .
gatherings*, church entertainment, ,
If coffee doesn't
disagree keep theatre.parties. It arouse communities .....
: to provide concert, athletic contests !
on with it <6. ta, and other wholesome diversions H.. ANFORD"CO.;:
,for the soldier, and to drive out or '" ,
But if you think coffee is the discourage the vicious element which .....;-.:
have been historic camp followers.., -

cause of your headaches,' nervousd; The Jewish' Welfare* Board I* correlating : -- ._--. .
the strength and purpose of

ness, heart flutter or sleeplessness -, > 100,000"Jewish"soldiers and .
marines with that .ot the dentil* sol ,
:. quit coffee ten days. anddrink diers. The board' {teaches: the Blnal.... .,
1la.Dp.,..:American.dries,and Ideal
I to thousand .of .young, Jewish me OSGEOLA HOTEL THEOverland ,w.. : '
+ .. 4'j ;- : : .
.
.... i .
.J. ,
< .
.tr{. ... .. ', .r, v r\\. '.J ,who were Inducted In til service: after : '' :
:,
( {only a .few, yaan'tsilJena' In' this I : Garage '
.... I I Will open for the Fall and Winter ;
....tI7.. While safeguarding his rellgtov ,. -
j jI I Iproeae' Se.Sept.. 12th. iu
.. ''
a8t. In the 'now"under
+* new mtnageineat<
I st weldiag'the"Jewish" *soldier 'F.mWfli' contemplating spending : "
: All work .
I i ,on all-make* of cirri:aaMi;
:list* tk* solid America ontt'an4'lnllellgl.g ; th.-winter ,la Kis lmmeewill find
over the difference' be......... accommodation: pleasand and marine work done I pioinptly.tl"raslla" .
oar; .
<
: '::MM and the oth.... .' ; homo-like.: .. 'J.jlon' .'i* m'charge_ :of.tL.dep.artment. : 're
: Association
-'j 1
nM The American library '
mitten fur :RATES REASONABLE ,. ;' ; .'g i'
yt providing,Dreading .. every ,
M .4 ,America soldier, sailor,, marine end 'MRS., .W.:H..ARNOLD, ,, 'f : (
'c. ,prisoner *C war. In addition te gathering 'H.'JVNni'r
fnortnrntess
Y
.
J. and-- forwarding- .- f* T-,,_three__ -.' million? .
(!:

"')..; o! <[
'}
.f
" ....,. ... -'".... ,- .,..,:' : ".,', .<: : 7+; ''''''' '"''''''"."'''''' :'">$'''- 'Ii{
-i, :" (" ','"" '' 4',<;>:rhC' ;' "- ,'.'" ... ,. '. .. , .....: ;}" y

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.; THE JOSSMMEE VALLEI GAZETTE,. FRIDAY; NOVEMBER 1$, :JtlS' THRU


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Or.th.r FIr. BhIS Coauppllee'' M. 0
3' OBITUARY A B Thomas. colL rf upd' rou..,
1 O.O.OU Hdw Co. .uppll.a.. .._ 000.00:
t : i'r O.c.ola Hdw Co. wat.r pip.., '1."
I !ed, Carver, Jennie, November .i Vall.y Oamtt, printing, .to. :| .75 .
1 Osceola )dw Co... eew.r, plpO .....1
It18, at ber home, 818 Brack

'. Hfwlmrgee,' Florida, of pneu- Miss. ,Bina Smith' met with Council,.
'1 Jnterroent ''win be' mad In a asking the ''city: to aproprlate; 10.00

, taMiIvault.. Auburn,vMalne. per month (room rentlfor) the Home
L
:. Jennie, Carver.. wa*bom in Lynn, r' Demonstration Kitchen.. On motion

. ....- '-} 1877.. Upon 'completion of duly seconded" said request was

;..c.demlelcatlon, she 'entered granted.

,, t(Central Maine- General. ItoapitalLewleton" f On motion it was so, ordered that '
for nurse's training the matter of' renewing insurance on

ndwas:; graduated from that (instltu- water and light plants, be left to the

..*.* z Finance Committee.

.After'several: 'year of service inprofession J,. S. Cadet,- representing the So.

: in her own state 'she JI Fla, 'Lumber Co., asked relief on

eat came to Florida. with her.. devoted I : "S : taxes, for past three years. After

friend,. Miss Myrtllla 'F. Beals, to discussing the matter the clerk was :

ake her home In this state. The : instructed to accept 100.00 as pay.

t year wa spent In St. Cloud, ment in full for' taxes of 1918, 1017 b

'here,.her'father, James W. 'Carver, and 1918. t'
'sa winter home. Five, year* ago Claim presented by J. L' Bronson

r lei Carver and Miss Beal came to for damages to horse, occuring near'

'r ..Immee to live, and during the six city dock, read and filed. I

years, of her residence {in Osceola ti Matter of repairing furnaces I atwater

.1 county., Miss .Carver made herself a and light plant was, on motion

circle of friends. She was high1'r ,'referred to water and light. committee

__ carded In her profession. Her i with power to act. 4


r .' ',,!here,'her skill, her tact and generous ment was authorized to 'allow flre-

1 : sympathy and her Christian men2.SO for regular monthly practices

., character endeared her to all. The Instead of $1.50, formerly al.

: announcement her serious illness lowed.

: ,17 saddened the entire community, and i There being DO' further business, "1;

expression of sympathy ,and offersof ? _-,, J' : 1 the council adjourned to meet In regular
1 : session, Tuesday Dec 3rd 1918
assistance were unfailing ,

,. (Death. occurred. at, 2:35 "Sundaymorning at 6:30 p. m.'
I Miss Bale and. her nurses : J. R. GILBERT JVH. LAWSON,.

. being .at her bedilde.. Her1 parents j : .1... I //l 1 Clerk. President. I

lr.-and Mr. James W. Carver, and ; ::

: her brother, James:: W. Carver, Jr., : NO uFLO"-( FOR YOp.i'

h\, who live In Danville Junction, Maine, //I II' Ii ._ [
: unable to be with her, but they .
were
Miss"eala'tohave \A !) \m.ir : i Steps You Can Take to Stare ,Of
instructed everything :: I 1 1J This Terrible Infection. .'
possible doneJ"Th y were notified
, Do you want to the Spanish
escape
1
I wire of )her
'. immediately, -
influenza T Keep'away from +
; death, and 'at their request the body Wash the . .f ,. people ;
who have it., Follow the advice of
v was sent north for. interment' in the W ol Socks .
: the surgeon-general of 'the' United
LLI vault Miss Deal '
family
accompany-
I- 11If.: .. ",:, : You Knit "I' States 'arm)" 'about' keeping yourmouth s
skin and clothe. clean Also,
,
y "Mila Carver recognized the danger 'l3', .With'Grandma ' ,
k health. Dont
ceep. up your let'your
.
} tq% icrself.In;. the epidemic tbe"mor- .. '
.
.. self get "run-down." If you feel'weak ''
l, t a/nong"nursesrand'doctors being "
;y ; :
n 'or debilitated or "blue" or"tired Pw
" particularly-high, but. she unhesitatingly .. ?
you 'need a reliable tonic like
the needed.
went where was
:: Dr. Williams' No. 101 Tonic.. If will
She spoke'frequently'durtng her .Ill
'. do wonders for, you.. It Is .ready
of her at being unable to 4
ness regret .- '
: ; prepared prescription of1 a notedhysician
'J'
serve others, and longed to be. well
the late G"; B. Williams
Dr. ,
,again for that'' purpose.: her illness '''?'$*/* REAT .big "busting" bubbling: suds. Millions . > of Qultman; Ga., who used it In his
She was attended.'during C ; : kind
(in
treating'
by Derbyshire, who called (in > G. of ''em surging-through the clothes private practice If
Dr.. hrlst,- of Orlando, when the disease : '1 I. ,' of fever, colds' and grippe. you
'" i have the "flu," start taking' Dr. Wiliams -
took Ii more serious turn. Miss ; 1 : and driving out of dirt " '
particle "J.
Janet Lamont, of Orlando, ,w..,. the : : ; every: No': 101 Tonic The quinine-In.-
V kill the Influenza Kerm. the
it will
in and assisted by .: .M . \& ;
nurse. charge, wa .. "'
: .
,
f ,,, ,, Iron will increase your vitality and
tt! Miss Turville and Mis* Baker, [and Just sprinkle Grandma in the tub 'the .. riipt1." "' ...
'bar friends have the satisfaction of '"'\ > by .*. : : Improve your f.ppetite. while, the

knowing. .t.hat' everything possible spoonful=glorious', cleansing suds !in "a jiffy.No bowels magnesia
J was done'to relieve her intense ufif&ag .' _. >** ; . :. I ', keeping tract
clean. Yo'ur.druggiot! can'supply you
; and restore her to health.L' .' W-rt "
back I '
. more : breaking over a rubbing board. -25c and 60 c bottle Refuse to accept ,
vOn Mor !Uy "afternoon a simple ier- .
/ 4c( *wt hell at the ''house for the No more wear: and tear on the clothes any substitutes. >1'
I
.
1'. :hi ** SCOUTS GATHER NUTS
': Colertan! of tie> 'Christian church Grandma saves all that r
r. ,
'." xa SAMUEL
> ;and Dr.. Jrt.of, :the Methodist, <.f- ." FOR_UNCLE. . .....
: ;
s The lesson was read from ? ..r.'ir: ,.., ,b : ofT ;
'kin16th The Boy and. Girl Scoot Kis- ,
) Chapter of I \!
:
Immoe '
..id the' keynote 'of the'Corinthlan''j ;:': : "" and.Captain; with (Mrs.Scout'.) Pledger Ma.terPledger i mad.a,! ,", ,.

scar. that were said, : .,. prme.cal; ; ] demtmstration'sf'theirlpa: I -r';
,,:.roUt ,cry' a.:;recorded in' ( 1 R' *NDA'S. : riotlsm' this week when: they hiked '
;:verse of the seventh Psalm: "A* for
c to Hammock Grove and gathered the
weI, will behold,thy. face In ,righteousness fallen' hickory nut.'on Mr. ''Drought'

wake .;with I shall,,thy be likeness.. satisfied. when, I property., Eighteen large sack fullwere' A
i .
\ turned over to the Red Cron
w
Many beautiful. flower was sent 'Fowcere4"S9ap: : officials as a result of thl.'raid, and A,
in during Miss Carver's illness and
In event Uncle Sam 'needs more of
afterwards, and Miss TJeals took a ; '
: this material from Kissimmee, the
1
box of'them, to the family in itv
large . "'\, !t. ......_ _. .., ._ : ') x t '. boys and girls are.to be'relied on to 5
the, north. \ **, gather it. "

'the'people ,of Kisslmmee and Os It makes if the water' is hard The youngsters combined pleasure
ceola county lose from their mlJut no difference :. with business and supplied themselves ;

'this feeUng'noble'profoundest Christian, woman regret with and, a ::.:, soft, cpld or ,hot --these wonderful, cleansing ",, 't Monday with, the a boy delicious building mid-day a fire lunch'and ,

sadness and the sense of'a' loss not : ; : suds just the ; : cooking their food, then the'' after.
J . come same. ; :
l : '
r \\.4 .; noon wa spent in game*., .
.. .
CARD OF THANKS. it; tl' ; \ .: .'
In
those who participated'
1- Among

y.. Ii tai behalf(. of''. her_ family', and for ,,5'Y"\.,: '::" '. :. Do your next' washing in :half the time that :I :: J'', this Misses event Irene were Ingram Mr. and, Johnnie Mrs. Pledger Bron, *


7 ap-treclstlon,extended: duringthe, illness and_ death ". it 'now takes with wasteful bar soap. I : ;. t .'1, son Lelia, -Virginia'McCrannle, and Delia Geraldine and Lesley. Sallie,' *+!

,
of ,my, /dear! friend, Jennie Carver. .' .. ia.. :' { \J'; .' j \' Ledbetter Katherine Tiller and'Katherine ill i

MY TILLAF.; BEACH.: p Ten Reasons Why You Should Use Grandma-. : :: '. :, Cleckley; Master Emery' and,

Lawrence Brown Jack
i Simpson,
ChaBl\\e tq'. ,Cough. Remedy. Lewis O'Bryan.. Arthur Bullock',Bob irk
k .
Costa, less than bar soap. Cheaper, to use than bar No waiting for'lD& II
_'Jt -ft>o not.imagine that because other Buckle and Christie Summers:

.. ; cough..medicines failed ,to,, give"yon ..t No'rubbing'a way of barm *ap* Cleans everything ,', ':: A* M. Katz, treasurer:..of the- local
,
" [ relief thai:lit wilt be;' the" same with Red Cross chapter has had no initruetiony I

;,, :Chamberlain' Cough Remedy. Bear i:1: 1- No bars to cut shred or jures the most nothing delicate* not even chit ,' ,,-' relative to chipping the"nut. it;

i'1 .1; in mind that from a small. beginning I ..-..-1r" chip. I< ,' :.W, ,' was thought best 'to investigate'.this, i

a" :-'this remedy'ha*, gained. worldwide I it '., f. I.' ', question before gathering'. .I larger
'
. 'w : reputation! .!and immense ,sale.. Aj.f ,,', ; '+ ) supply ai
,, : e"mu.t': hare'exceptional mer'tttowinjsiteem f.: ;!. No"bars" to,, wute"'blaC Cots work -in half by ,:" '

wherever it becomes r making robbing un Chamberlain'.
' ; ; " In. water. Greatly Benefitted by 'f
"known.. 1(, !,' 4, ':m it'.. necessary Tablets. ?

la 1. / No waste-yon measure Can be used In not, cold, "I am' thankful for the good I have ..'
proceedings '< received by n.in.f' Chamberlatn.*' Ta)).'
: 1
Viz .out Just what yqnjneed. hard or soft water. .
lets. About two y ars ago when I began

....: \e, City Council a : taking them I wa* suffering s a';

great.,deal from distress after 'eating',:

,JR.Ths-Council met in regular session, and from tte6r'L. and a tired;lang.
present; 1 F..H. Lawson?.presidentpW.Vff. x. .f' illI uid feeling due" to 'inU.J-lon 'anda

.\ Carson," B., E..Ualey,.G,,M. Tay'loVi L-: Your Grocer Has torpid' Uyer.. 'Chambar1 1n'*,$tablet
Cad l corrected''' ... a"' ...
;: ; .A..S.: Reed, J. S.: 'mayor; disorder (in short r

'''i 1.Milton Pledger', acting"city?attorney, time, and' since taking two' bottle of

y ........JrJ'R..... .' Gilbert, clerk! -The hilnutes .\" them' my:Itealth has been'good," i
? '
'ice. Mt-.1 J were,read um (aped .. I -' ---- writes'Mrtl. M. P. Harwood. ,. Auburn.. ,. t
*: ;Report'of:offt on,were ex- R'Gilbert .al a' elerk___;)00.00 Move Crowd.r ..xton.i.._... 10.00 Sam Li uofer, P.Y'roll Are- 4.1'1.-' D R tundo. ,work llirht' plant., S.II N. -y; "
lAwl. O'Bryan.: city ,.,: .&.00 Kiss. Concert' Band, donatlnn... ,,10.00. J R Cillbert. payroll wltneMes. L wU Durham, .a'' ''Ihrht plant. ".&0
P H lw.on, attorn"fJ' 11.00 o W Orertr.., ... I month.. 11.00 Valley Oamette. printing, eta -. A F! Thomas, ad. for labor.,_.' ".&41
.p-agd'ordered' : W W Carson, -'::: eriaounoh C 11.00 a'W'Overareet. :bar for mule, 10.00 Bam Lupfer pay roll tor av. field A. K) Thonia., eel coUeotor.- lt.ua, ,. ,.0.0000000000000.000.
; D',:E: Haley.'member.council....... 10.00O Henry Tfow.U, police duty ___ 1.00 W A -Joiner, aalarrupt.j........, fi! L tut.' bal.sal Ilnht plant10.00 . '
'F"4;-;. --' .. 1'11II..t. JlKhtpjant.._._. A 8 ailbcrt.- for truok.,, 11.04 :I3 :.
.. '' ..._ 10.00 kt Taylor member council., 11.00 ;J R Gilbert stamps and up. ,, l.SO V R I Ira ;
3.m Cadet salary oayor. A B RettO.mepiber council..le.. 11.00 Klealmmre Ic. Co... IC. ltgk.t.j ..a&W.nn.rSAwy.r Will Yates, sal light plantj.M i W-B Makln.on.. auppllM,.._..... '.40 '
,. W: O'.ntr..to aaL ..wJj.jS Btat. Bank KlM., r.nL.___ 40.00 Co...cup ._,,.,,.. '.aa Son 8yl".t.r.aI light plan.. C JI! 8woop.r wood for plat.00.0 4 To.IDSare ..p.blleaU'm.n .com* 4 ,
::41 F'1lsonr nalarr aa polloe Kl.a. Telephon.Crentto..._, '.'* Western Union telegrams. .... 1.70 T A Martin, .&1 ..Irhlpl.nl_...11'I nur.kaIr. Ho. Co.fir..'hoc...000.0Osceola 4 nnnicatlon and notice of meetIngs +< t
R Gilbert .par.roll.for, Oct.. Kraut Green. palntlnK.it mlgnm ,10.00 Bam Ro<<.r., .IlI&'hl 'plaDt.... Motor Co.' .uppll.a..._ .7.10 :
rl ubst Dm')M Affect: Ms- OilberC-par roll tor. Noy... 100..00J1R R 8 Floyd, mul. .fe.d.stn,.*.--... II.IS Ha ryeyi Crowd.r' ..1 llcht plant.A Orlando'W. and L; Co... lamped"J : II." 4' must reach this office, before;*; :r
leaall..O.d,r axa. li M MThidden. .opt st werlr_ ..a.l. W 4V C Grip Co., mul. f... ..... ..>((0 1- ; bat sal llrht rl&nt.- C Orlffln, shop work. ......_.. 1.11 0 v V T
a. Lee14efIJ wsFobplan t flltjr.; dOCIle. 0.10 J.O Ortffl lr shop irorkj..*,....".' 1.00 Pearl Jobne, salarr. I.h lulf Hefinlnc C..., oil, ..-.._._ 1"1.Worthln..ton 'noon"Thursday. .
I1tt11RIrb.Mr Ploy 4 Tat.. .a.L a y.n..r. S ..0G 1 ,JTDann.' anon worki: :.-...,.._.. I..* Buck": Ha.., eat, light flant-.I- Pump A Mach- 4 '
wilt wat.r.. eel .. _YD..r.._ /0.00 A ID'Thomaa. sal .......or_...... 100.00Oaoeola Peter' Bava...- sal chine Co.. upplles .-......__.,j 4.8
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FOUR THE KISSIMMEE ,VALLEY CAZETIE.: FRIDAY.,. NOVEMBER 15, 1918 _


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11 W. J. CAMPBELL DEAD. Trio Bronson (Victory Boy)__ 6.00 ,

KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE W..J. Campbell formerly of Camp F. H. Tyn.r ............._,... 25.00 '"

/ Seth Tyson, ?,.--.,-..._-._.._ .10.00 I
bell Station,,. and one of the pioneer W. S. Graham .!.. ._ The Park Hotel
.........* K...rr FrIJ.y. died at __..._ 6.00 Attention!
settlers of Osceola county W. M. E. Allene.-.._ 6.00
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'By ....... Talley Omits .,. .
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..... his home at Loughman last Saturday. Geo. W. Fox............... 5.00
KI .1. FlsrltaHarris.
I Mr, Campbell ,was a son of Alf Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Beaman.. .*, 5.00 MRS A. ROSE Proprietress

W, Y. Prels..t J. O. Puh...._,........._. 600
friendsin
"' B. O., V._ Agavew, Secretary. Campbell and had a host of J. A. Simpson..___-._... 6.00 10 Christmas Is Coming '
this vicinity who will be grieved H. Bratton ..... ._ 5.00 *
.......... 11.. 11 ----- ,
to learn of his death.METHODIST G. P. Garrett............ "15.00 .

..........tJ_ Rat_. J. E. Brown ...____.._..... 10.00 Located One Block From

Oh*' Copy One Y.ar____..___.....!,.09 CHURCH G. W. Persons...:___........ 10.00' Peace Is Declared-
One Copy SIX Montha___..-...... 100 Robert Knits (V. .Boys)_;;-? 6.00' the Station. .
PBS Copy. Tbrss Month___...__ ..ftAH Preaching Sunday at 11 a. m. and Fred Evans (V. Boys):__.... 5.00
communications from 7pm. Morning ,subject "The New Lawrence Brown (V. Boys).. 5.00' Winter visitors will find WE are the greatest people in the world today-
our
except .
authorised, correspondents must bs World evening subject "The Dramatic Christie W. Summers....._ 6.00' *
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Signed by th. writer. WillieJoiner (V. loye-___. 5.00 our accommodations: com NOW. Let' get right down to business. 'and make thing hum let'
II Life.of Prodigal. ?
Rejected matter will not be returned a Dick Makinaon (V, Boys)__ 10.00' continue to set an example for the world.- .of'
fortable and 1
alese called for. ,Sunday School at'9:45: a. m., J. L. McClure Lupfer (V. Boys)._. 5.00 ome-lihe. .' ;I ...

(Entered In the Postofflce at Klealnv Overstreet superintendent.. Chas. McGee (V. Boys)...___ 5.00' ECONOMY ,will have to still be our watchword, that does not mean '.

E Florida aa second-class matter) Junior League at i 2 'p. m., "Miss Fred Lupfer (V. Boys)_._- 5.00 to deprive yourself of'the good things .of ,life. but. Use' intelligence. ,
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r j llobson. superintendent. Richard Bandy (V. Boys).___ 5.00' care and common-sense in the purchase.' -
Robert ,Buckets (V. Boys)... 5.00' ,4
at 6 m.
Senior League p. evening Harold Rants (V. Boys).-_... 5.00' Rates Reasonable. BUY where you can .get the best for the least Don't 'buy cheap
Prayer meeting Wednesday Gordon Bullock (V/ Boy.5.0'0') ' .:'
shoddy i ia NOT
will be 4n charge of Mr. Busby's Doyle Davis (V. Boys)-__ 10.00' merchandise. it economy., .;

Bibl Class. The .thermometer ,.Indicates Aimer Schweikart (V. Boy.6.00) WE, submit to you 'our big store full of everything that a'6rst class t
Lewis O'Bryan (V. Bovs)___. 5.0'0'
that there were'41 present last M, H. Graham (V. Boys)..... 5.00 Jewelry store should handle.. And.to but here IS ECONOMY.

r' .. Qv Wednesday night Let everybodyrejoice Frank Steiner (V. Boys)_..._ 5.00
that the ,war layover and attend . Harry Woodall ( ) ._ 5.00

yhoYTgTf church. and prnyer meeting. Joey Tucker (V. Boys---) ._ 5.00 ..
,4 J. p. SIB ERT. Poster. :Thomas Whaley /V. Boys)___ 5.00' City i Market .
PRE55P Clyde Harris (V. Boys)..- .5.00lenry

ESTABLISHES King (V. Boys)-*__, 6.00 Owen-Cotter Jewelry Company
J.' EARL LUPFER John T. Lesley (V. Boys).... 5.00 I

,NEW INSURANCE COMPANY Cecil McLean (V. Boys)-. 5.00 ,
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Willie McGahee (V. Boys)... 5.00
FRIDAY NOVEMBER IS 1918 -
r.. ; J. Earl- Lupfer of the Lupfer & Ned Bullocks (V. Boys)_____ 5.00 'Phone 4324 TAMPA .609! 'F ..U.SL:
Horace Dann, (V. Boys).___. 5.00
More strangers arriving. Make Prather garage, Is announcing In thisweek' Phone 44
1' J. D. Sibert Jr. (V. Boys)__? 5.00
them welcome. Gazette that he will add' insurance
Lewis Hirtzell (V. Boys)____ 5.00
a to his other business activities Wm. S. Milton (V. Boys)-<' 5.00

*, 'Monday was the biggest day ,in the and'will open an office In.the Os Emory Ackerman (V. Boys). 5.00 '

'history of' Kissimmee. ceola Hardware Store at the corner Bryan Simpson .(V. Boys)... 5.00 '
t John Graham ( ) : 5.00 MANHATTAN HOTEL
of Broadway and Emmett street. Mr. Boys--- I, A. E. DROUGHT
F. M. Reed (V. ) 5.00 !
The spring drive should be in the Lupfer will represent the.well known, Willie Johnson (V. Boy.)..__ 5.00' Janet Sanderson (V. Girl)___ 5.00 Now Open for the Winter. Season. I

direction of a peace garden. I fire Incurance company, London andLancashire. Ralph. Schilder (V. Boys)____ '5.00 Mildred Partin (V. Girl) _--. 6.00 .::* 115 Broadway .

Dowltnjr Graham (V. Boys)... 6.00 Murriei ,Prentis '(V..Girlj____ 5.00
k The slogan "On to B rUn" should : Rubin Snyder (V. Boys)_____ 10.00' Eleanor Overstreet (V, Girl). 2.60 A Family }Hotel with' all the ..c...., \ and

te replaced by "Boost your Town Mr. Lupfer is well known as one Allen Stockdale (V'I.Boys5.0'0) Ruth Herzberg (V. Girl)____?., 1.00 forts of Home. Real _Estate_ Insurance .
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promising Edith McLean V.. 'Girl _._. 5.00 >
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of. Kls.lmmee'I'mOISt young Mary Ruth Clark--: ... 2,00 )d : ', '
and Community. business men, who counts his friendsby Nettie Yowell ------3.___ 260 Nellie.Woodall' (V. Girl)..:__' 2.50 )tEPRESENTB': !:
ref Kathryn McKay (Vi Girl)'..... 2.50 RATES $2.50 PER DAY
Mrs. M. R. Vowell.__. 2.50
has been the score, and we are safe in predicting *- The Berne Insurance Cot. of New
Now President Wilson
Emma Yowell _., 10.00' Rachel Gates (V. Girl!))___-_,- 1.00
t asked to be Godfather to the newborn that the new company will Sallie Ledbetter ?_ _-, 10.00 Breta Whaley (V. Girl__-_._ 5.00 Special b;" York, the National Fir. Insurance
-------- the Week. .
, Germany. meet with a large measure of auccess. Eva Pringle v___ 1.00 Margaret Dann (V. Girl)____ 1.00 .
Co. of Hartford The
Sun
and
Julia Ledbetter (V. Girl)_ __ 1.00
Miriam Quina 1.00 -
The Kissimmee Valley Gazette SPLENDID WORK OF WOMEN tIN Annie Whitener--c--------(additional). 5.00 Tina Schilder (V. Girl)______ 1.00 .. MRS. R. B.- SAVAGE Prop.rnaay other ...eUable'eolDpaal .
Vivian E. Floyd (V. Girl5.00
it Miriam Quince __._. __ 1.00
boasts of the band in that town LIBERTY LOAN DRIVE Albina Smith .* -.i.. 10.00' Arvilla Fansler (V. Girl)____ 1.00' I.

realizing that it is one of the greatest T. B, Gillespie-__------,---- 1000' Doratea White (Vi Girl)_____ 1.00 .
J assets of a place.-Tampa Tri Mrs. J. Wesley Brown county A. W. Bailey .-_-- 6.00' Hazel Bass (V. Girl--------6.00) 'I j

barb .. chairman of the Woman's Liberty A. D Reed .- 25.00 Frances Seymour (V_ Girl)_.. 5.00.

Neid.------...____ 10.00R. Lucile Griffin (V. Girl------) 6.00)I
.. Loan committee In a Statement to the Charles -
Clara Johnson (V. Girl) ____ 1.00
H. Brink 5.00 Hurrah!
It'. far call from the of Gazette the of the county Hip Hip .
a sinking says .women Wilma Wilson------------r( ) 1.00 Nellie Taylor (V. Girl).-____ 5.00
j the,Lusitania to the appeal of Germany have to their credit in the Fourth" Lib- Kathleen Cleckley (V. Girls) 2.50 Willie Baas (V. Girl)________ 2.50

\4 to oar President for help in erty; Loan drive the sum of $29,400. Thelma Woodall (V. Girls).. 5.00 Johnnie Bronson (V. Girl).._ 2.50
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a Maggie Washington Col. .:._ l.Off( The War is over .sad everybody is sappy Ws will still contuiae
; outlining the peace terms, but the, This is a splendid report and one of Jeannette Prevatt (V. Girls). 6.00 ( ) ..grWar
Etta May Suhl (V. Girls __:: 1.00 Susie Murphy (Col.)______... 10.00' Saving Prices in
place tie War
) so casi savings Workers
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power of this.nation has bridged the which every citizen may be proud Jettie Wilson (V. Girls 1.00 L. J. Jones (Col.)*____------ 5.00D. yon, your

Distance. but while it is a matter of ,.gratifi Margaret Lesley (V. Girls) -.__ 1.00 C. McLain (Col.)_..___*__. 6.00 drive. Everybody that can give a dollar should do so sad help the

cation it is, no surprise to' learn of Mary Schilder (V. Girls1.00 Reama Dancy (Col.)_'.___.._ 5.00 boys thai w.. our battles lor '.. and mad.th. 'world a free people

"Pe ce, hath her victories' no J less this support for the women.of Os Lucy Lupfer (V. Girls.___.... 5.00 Mrs. G. L. Katz (Col.)__,._-- 5.00 ,

t renowned than war." Come on now ceola county' have always done all Dorris Nickles (V. Girls);::__ 5.00 Alonzo Salmonds (Col.)_..... 1.00' Eri.ce'i.s '
Irene Franklin (V. Girls.... 5.00 Ernest Jones (Col.)_____.... 5.00 ,.' ""
every man whale interested in the md more than was expected of themin Thelma Sutton (V. Girls)____ 2.50 Gilbert Chisom, Jr. (Col.)_.__ 5.00F. Coal Oil, gallon.....___...,-. .16 Tomatoes, No. 1 can lOc, 3 fv .2&, 7;
betterment of this'.ectlon and get the Means COI. __________ '
co-operating with governmentin Emily Sanderson (V. Girls)__ 2.50 M. ( ) 1.00 Tuna Fish, can............ .15 Pie Peaches, ___..,.._........ .15 1:
right behind every movement that the past drives.In Ruby Oliver (V. Girl.)_..:_... 5.00 Henry Johnson ('COL--- 5.00
Nathan Porter (CoL) ,.. 20.00 Black Eye Pea., 13c 2 for.. .25 Votan Coffee, a good one,- .
lands foe progress. addition to the Liberty' Loans Leila McCranie (V. Girls)..__ 5.00 ----- : :
Dot Makinson
The Board' of Trade, It.e. Automo, subscribed ,the t remittee 'Has sold Helen Ames (V. Girls; ,: 5.00 Julia Davis (Col)._____.___ 2,00 Oat :Meal, package ........:. .12 8 pound can, ....?-----., .95
W. S. S. since the and Mra. J. W. Horlon Col. ____
302 drive Rev ( 5.00
__ 5.00 )
Girls
Griffin V. Maxwell House
( ) Best
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y title the Truckers' Association Gladys Evaporated Peaches,... .20 Coffee, eD .. .32
Association! Brown requested the Gazette to ex. Mabel Luke (V. Girls___.__.. 2.50 Amanda Sampsoa (Col.)__-,_ 2.00 .t
Cheese lb. ,___. .... _... .37 White house Coffee _ .*8
can
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and all the other organization her deep. appreciation ,of, all Velma Hudson V. Girls) 1.00 Jim Solomon (Col)..*..-... 5.00J. *- .

) that tend to keep the ball roll press the Herbert Wilson (V. Boy)___..,. 6.00 G., Howard (Col)_________ 5.00 Navy Beans, 2 Ibs.,._..____, .30 Senate, best there is ___._.-VaV1 y

s ing_and business on the ,upgrade havefceen the workers! during campaign. F. S. Ledbetter (V. Boy)-\ 5.00 H. Jones (Col.)_____-_______ 6.00 Calumet Baking Powder- lOc, Arbucldes .;-..--------t...-..;. -frW

hibernating, as it were, during Fred Gilbert (V. Boy)______: 5.00 Clara Wheeler (Col.)__.____:. 2.50 13c and______________ 25 Cheek Neal Coffee, 3 Ibs_____85'
W.. S.. S. NOTES. Ledbetter V. Boy)(.__. 6.00 Lizzile Smith (CO .)*.______ 1.00
the period. of the war and should now Plans -n- -under consideration J.Hunt M. Lee, Jr___(___ _; 8.00 Willie Ingram (() __..., .. 5.00 ( Shredded,Wheat, pkg___.'_' .14 1 lb can Coco.---._...._... .28 ,

'rouse themselves,. .hke' 01'their, are n I Oliver McCrani (V.* Boy---)-,-,-,*,' 5.00 Florence Moses (Col.)...... 1.00 Post Toasties, 13c,' ot,2, 'for.. ',,.25US. Chili Con Came, ..-...-._..T.lif i

lethargy l, and plan for the advance. and Important announcements for Emery Brown (V.< Boy.w.) . ''I, 5.00 Lizzie Giles' (COI.---t) ;: : Iad6.00At i!! .,.. Smoking, pkgf .r.f.:::,,,,;..06AlbertTfpkg.f.rSf. Lunch ,Tongue .._......... ..H'l'rince

.v ... {' the War. Savings:Stampwork'durithe n8 Fritz BarberVBoyJrfll.( ) ;::; "I, 5.00 T. Morrison (Cot..iHilt6.00Mrs. ; ; Best ..Janalarge'alze.--. ..30Peanut
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.' 2sentof4Kiseimmee; $ ; < ...;: ;45 .
t.' *. remainder of the'year in a'flna I Elmo Griffin (V. Boyle) :..__. 5.00 Marie Woodward (CoL).'.. .. : 5.00 :
} Florida'squota (V. ______ 5.00J. Walter Johnson (Col.)______-, '1.00 ,.George Washington, pkg. ._ .06 Butter large size__ .80 ,
strenous effort to reach Uly Chapman Boy)
THE UNITED ,WAR WORK DRIVE I IB. Bryan' (V. Boy)_. ?. 5.00 John Wilkerson (Col.)...._. 5.00 Velvet, package, *.......... -12 Peanut' Butter, small size... .18
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be' made next -
,We should all appreciate the importance during the F C. Bryan, Jr. (V. Boy)--.-, 5.00 Roscoe Haynes (Col.)...___... 5.00 Renos, pkg. .........._..... .06 Octagon Soap, 7c., 6 .bars... ..40 ,1
of to the week following A conference of I V. Boy)__ ... 8.00' Pearl Johnson (Col.)....___* 6.00 Fells Naptha 6 bats.-----. .40
>> pushing utmost Leroy Lesley ( AH. others, pkg. ._.._..__ .05 ,
Lizzy Goulding (COI.) -. .... 1.00
with the -
the interest of this drive at this time. State of Directors the Treasury Departmentand representatives S.Walter L Story Griffin(V,(V.Boy Boy)_.)___________ 5.00 6.00 Eugenia Cook (Col.)__*_*::'.,. 10,00 Water ground Meal, lb__..__ 06 P. G., 6 bars,.._-_......... .40' \

a, We must not let the prospect oft the Federal Reserve Bank at Atlanta Henry Edwards (V. Boy)___.... 6.00 I George Chandler (Col.).____ 5.00 Fancy Head Rice, lb._______ .12 Export bar. --......---..__ .05

r near peace cause us to be illiberal in be heldon Jack Simpson (V. Boy)._____ 5.00 Mary Carpenter' (Col.5.00) Broken Rice, lb. ___........ .10 Ivory, per bar -._.___.... ..06, .
ii << or contributions.. which was scheduled to Archie Key (V. Boy)_______ 6.00 E. D. Stanley (Col.))_________ 5.00 Rumford Baking Powder, lb. .28 Grandma's Laun 7ry, ..-_... .08
November 4th. to Daisy Smith (Col.)____.:.__ 6JBO
Monday. Up _____ 5.00 '
These agencies of benevolence will Arthur Bullock (V. Boy) Lux Soap pks, ....12J/5!,
Rosa Lee Smith (Col.6.00 Beat Salt Bacon lb_:;.____. .32 -------- .
this time we have not been advised Voxhall V. _____ 6.00 '
II. E ( Boy)
be called on to apropriate heavily to results this but Elizabeth Moseley (V; Girl- ) 1.67 H. W. Weaver (Col.),.,-.___. 5.00 Good Bacon .....___...... -26 Sour Pickle., bottle ____... .15 ,

the relief of suffering and destitutionin as to the of meeting, Delia Ledbetter (V. Girl)___:_ 6.00 I O. T. Simpson (Col.-__ 6.00 Picnic Ham .....____.____* .29 Sour Picbles bottj*________ .13
the information will be forthcoming '
regions where they have been debarred Clara Sue Ledbetter (V. G.D) 6.00 C. H. Williams (Col.)_._______ 5.00 Sweet Pickles, .}8
1 Strait -
: No. Ham.,________ .39 ------- --
d by the activities of warfare.The soon. In the meantime it will'line is desired Virginia _Dann (VI Girl)),:,___ 6.00 Ida Smith (Cot.)-___________ 500 No. 1 Fla Ham________*.___ .37 Apple Jelly, '8 ozs., ........ .14
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establishment of armistice will that all district chairmen up Elenore Burrows
l W lay all these regions wide .to their organizations and be preparedto Esther Nettles (V. Girl):: ___ 6.00 Classified Advertisements Jams, 8 o**. ._._.,_____ . ItThread
open approach make a final effort te increase our Mae Winn-Y.( Girl)__:._____ LOp Eba Milk can _________.... .05 '

a, and these Christian benevolences standing in the 'column. Louise' Young (V. Girl)...--, .1.00 Eagle Milk, *.ea ------..----- .22 -- -- -----------.., .05 ;.
must bestow liberal effort. inV percentage Helen Chapman (V. Girl)___. 1.00 HELP WANTED-Man or woman with Carnation .06 ""
can
W have been assured' that the ------------- :
meeting these urgent needs. Katherine Tiller (V.- Girl)___ 1.00 some knowledge of eed ; gardeningor FLOUR ,
strenuously advocate Cirl-- 8.00 farming; market gardener preferred St. Charles, can ----------- .06 1.'ll '
State Director would ___
These soldiers have fought hard to ; Hazel Luke (V. ) ; an excellent and unusual Pillsbury 24-lb __.____..___ : Oj:
a revision of the allotment I Virginia Bowen (V. Girl).__. 1.00 Kale opportunity! THE-WING SEED .Van O.emp'sMilk, can ---c._ .06 '
Gold
win peace while civilian. have endured ; Margaret Winn( V. Girl)__-_ 10.00' CO. Jlech .nlc.burs. O. Pet milk. Baby can .06 Medal, 24-lb., .____...', 1.70 ;!t
figures with a view of having our --------
Colonial 24-lbs. ____.. __ 1.70
intolerable hardships while the Jeannette Griffin (V. Girl).. 5.00 Alaga ? 'Yj)
FOR SALE-About SO head of hogs Syrup, gal. 1.10
ft.htingVa.. on. Now that peace quota fixed a little more equitably. Patsy Makinson (V. Girl).___ 2.00 and pigs half breed Tamwortna, < --------- Rising Sun, best there, is__.., 1.70 ;"'
; and immediate dangers Full information pertaining to the Coralee Hunter (V. Girl)____ 5.00 clean and: healthy, and It to fatten. Alaga Syrup, !l-gaL --.: --! 66 Per I pound, all kinds, ...... 71
seem near our If interested, advise when coming.'so Alaga Syrup No. 1 .. .17 }
subject will be given publicity as Louise Barber (V. Girl)_____ 6.00 that I may keep In pen. ApplyF. ---. No Substitutes.MEAL ..
fail to
r, seem removed, let us not I soon as possible. Ruth Davis ( V.Girl10.00) W. HILL, NARCOBSEB. Alaga Syrup, No. 2 ..--.... .22 .' i
h reward the soldiers with every com Kimbrouprh Oliver (V. Girl)__ 1.00 Crisco 1.90 AND GRITS
I Pledges that' have already been FOR SALK!)-One of the beat bargainsIn large can ---------- Hudnuts
fort while they are finishing up the Georgia Fairbanks (V. Girl). 5.00 .' Meal 7c, 10 Ibs.__. .65 .:
a house In KUalmmee, If you. MrHomrieekar Crisco medium . .. .95
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work and getting! backto civil life. made and not yet fulfilled should be Irene R. Ingram (V. Girl).,__ 5.00 want a ana p. Call at - --- Hudnuts Grits, 7c.:, '10 Ibs.,_. .65
given immediate attention. Clara Tucker (V. Girl)______ 5.00 JOO Bryan street at any time after Crisco, small,.*_____ -....- .60 W. Ground Meal 6e. 10 Ibs .55 .
And let us supply these benevolence Minnie Hudson (V. Girl))__ 6.00 6.80: p. m. for further Information. Sweet Feed, 100 Ibs 3.45Oats *, "
D. G. WAGNER. Chalrm n. BARCLAY. 4/. --------, Com Flour
J. A.
with all funds needed for 7'zc.! 10 Ibs._.. '.70
Agencies V. Girl ______ 3,00 "
k Dorrla Davis ( ) I JOO Ibs., ____',______*. 8.40
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the relief of those pitable people who Help your government *R<1 yourself Athalla Beatrice Griffin Page (V.(V.Girl2.00 Girl)))__.. 1.00 ANTED-To party who has buy a 'reaaon orange for grove wanting from Corn, 100 Ibs.,___.. ...___._. 3.85 DRUGS_ I'
for than four have been
more years at the same time-buy War Sayings to sell other than apeculatlon.. Ad- Shorts,. 100 Its. .. .. 2.85
Carroll)/ Makinson (V. Girl)__ 1.00 *- -----
of comfort and filled dress Box 265. Orlando. Fla. n 1t. Sweet Spirits Nitre .14
deprived every Stamp. .. .
Dorothy Bullock (V. Girl1.00 Bran, 100. lb....--------.-. 2j -' --- -- .
4 with constant dread and anguish. Let LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS TO Virginia Lesley' (V. Girl)_-__ 10.00 FOR Apply RENT-Nice to J. McPhattcr.Furnished a.u.e.:28-tf No. 1 Scratch Feed,__-____. 4.50 Hydrogen, Perpxide I -....... .10 I:

us raise up and prove"ourselves uncelfishly Ellie MaGahee (V. Girl)_____ 1.00 Wheat 100 Ibs. ....9'". Carbolic Acid -_---..,__-.'. ...14Sweet ,
philanthropic in this great UNITED WAR WORK, FUND Helen Schmidt (V. Girl))_____ 1.00 FOR SALE-Eighty acre.; II acrea -------- --- Oil, 14. r r ''
fenc.I'1 Velvet Bean Meal ,.. 2.50 --------------- '
V. Girl).. 2.60 cleared and under acre In -------
y era in the world's history. --- Zelma Dromon: ( __ worthof .. Sulphur 1 package. ... .__ .05
bearing orange grove; II.OOO 'Jb ... ?- .
(Continued from Page One) Lizzie M. Matherly (V. Girl)_ 2.00 cypress timber on tract) four Minced II am ________ .

W. B. WITHERSPOON. G. II. Prather _____.___.__ 26.00 Johnnie Cape __---..------..- 2.60 room house and kitchen. Also EO Potted Iam'Llbby'e, _______ .05 Blue Label Vaseline bot, .... .Ass

DOUBLE FIRE CAUSES W. E. Boddie, ___..____-: ___?. 6.00 Walter Johmon (Col.)...... ''.25 rang head of hogs cattle 10.and.. a on good the bunch range.of Corn Beef Hash, can, 13e, 2_* .26 Turpentine, bottle .._..,.... .10

/ D. Rotunda ._____________: 5.00 Willie Lesane (CoI.)-_..____ .25 Farming tools and Implements. Located Beef, pork and Veal Loaf, ca i.20 Caster Oil, bottle. .T..... ..25Castorla ,1 ,
LITTLE DAMAGE WEDNESDAY : ::_ .20 ; '
O. J. Rountree Gilbert Clnsolm (Col.) _: near Kenanavllle. Prlce .$ .800,
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---- { Bacicofln ? 3.00 Beatrice' Coate (COI.--! .35 half ca.hkbalance term. to suit. BH Household Ammonia, bot.... .10 ( bottle .-......, ,.-- .30
111 na C. .. ____
A double fire alarm Wednen1.( Elzie Burkham __, ._.L..:.___ 10.00 2.60 Lemuel Haynes (Col.)-*-_-__ -25 .. Fla. 5-tf Blueing bottle ____. -_._____ .06 Epsom Salts, box ....__.__. .0 -'

evening caused considj w "'" .petcula-" Peake. __?..?_______,. 5.00 Lillie Mae Griffin ((Col.)_____ .25 FARMERS-Bend today for a free samle Potash. large ,can, .,------- .12' Camphor bottle ----._._..._.. .10' .
,l tlon here, b,. re.l'damare resulted Isabella Griffin,' ,((Col.) ....., 4.00. Rosa Lee Bradshaw (Col.)... .25 copy of the Florida, Farmer and CaL Peaches, heavy syrup-- .23 Quinine box ._______i::__ __.? .05
at JackaonTlll \
Stockman published
Tablets box..
'fr2i..lvaeblaze.t Margaret Rivers (Col.) ,__,_ .60 Beatrice Wflkerson (Col.)... '.10 Tell. about livestock raising .dairy. _JUr.. .15

Lucy Rivers, (Col.) ____.,.. 1.00 Charlie Griffin (Col.--: __ .16 Ing. poultry, citrus fruit and truck*
The first call, sent in about 8 Sam Witberspoon. (Col.* ) ,__ 5.0 Willie Mae Williams (Col.).. .05 ing.: twice a, r U'o. *0o per. yearthree EVERYBODY INVITED; TO INSPECT OUR SANITARY. STORE ,

o'clock; proved .to be a fire in an unoccupied J. II. Branson. Shingle Creek.* ?' 5.0 Alex. Cousin (Col)))___-.:.___-'_ .15 ,and general years for farming paper Only livestock In the A AND GET PRICES. Our Motto 1st Cordiality '16 oz. to the r

house at the corner of Bermuda A. N. Bronson Shingle Creek 6.0 Joseph Johnson (Col.)....... .1C states Write toda7.FOR'RENTIroom and 100 Cents
xf and Penfield avenues belonging A. R. Dennis, Shingle Creek,. 20.00Mrs. Mamie Cousin ............. .15 "i' pound en the Dollar..

., I ..J.; II. Steffie, Shingle C'k 2.00 Dorothy Reed (Col)-_.___-.- .10 house furnlahed; OUT. OF TOWN' ORDERS SHIPPED SAME DAY:
house bouse
furnished
to M. Tiller. The fire was considerably 10-room ;
Adeline Cousin Col] __...... .1C
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\ Albert Love (Col.) .______.:. .20 keeping rooms) tinfurnlsbed dwel-
underway when the call was Pearl Johnson. Col.) ......, .20 Eerie Mae Cousin (Col)__--, .10 ._lings. Mr*. E. B. Wells. U.
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Mary Allen (Col.) ....__::,.: .20 DWELLINGS for rent Apply to. N .
*'= '5P lag burned to the' ground. The damage Anna D' McLain (Col.)_,.::. .20 Madge Rivers (V. Girl)_-___: 1.67 Tiller. .- '

*. JM. not, exceed,.$200, Bemeva ''Allen (Co(.) y___*_.' .20 Hazel Margaret Ware Griffin Griffin(V.TV.Girl1.00 Girl) 6.00 FOR BALB- nd.ban4 Ford cars 141 422 Broadway. 4, r '
l Ida Juliet, (Col.) '?____:;.__ :.16 Osceols Motor .
About half hour later ,. at attractive prices. ,
an, ,a spark Viola Bell Yowell (V. Girl]).. 1.00
"' Willie Mae Williams, (Col.)_..)V .10 Co., 107 Broadway. -
_0'I''from: the.smouldering ruins caused a Beatrice Wilkerson. (Ool.) __'. .05 Bettie May Snyder (V. Girl).' 1.00 . .

'If,;";$' pf>*re-'at tho. homo of Mr. O, E. Mary Lesene, (CoL) ":__;.*,..* ,a5 Willie Johnson. ,< Girl),_.,? 2.00 FOR model 8A1VEJ three Cfne, visible. Emerson, as &Typewriter., Jbeat-:1'wo: .. '

,tlhsp" ,' and,.the boys were called M. K.tz" ... .;:..._. :__.____.? 25.00 Frances Bailey VV. Girl6.00 Apply"Valley Gaaette. tf. For furnished flats PBos Cued la 6 to 14 D yq" +e '

-...... .>wri.fwae'"sari-ring' In time to P.Goo.G.C.Cromartie' Bronson,,Shingle Shingle C'k C1u;. '10.0C 2.00 V.Elai.V, Sehilder Fansler ((V. Girl Girl)):_:_.-._.,:_. -- 1.00 1.00 WILL TTtADB for country or exchange' city' or" property 'rith 'modern 'conveniences.:. ,W',. .1'5f.:& '. +l"luaw> '4 p,
property atpek Harris
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r ITEMS Fred Bass left Saturday; for Camp otherwise, and called the Lieutenantto I ,

11 1 INTERESTING LOCAL Johnston, to enter. the 'officer. *' training report for convoy duty Monday;

school Lieutenant and Mrs., DuPont have

" " " I you want it right now, Phone 41, Mr. Henry Overatreet came over been showered with congratulationsand )
1 > I Ii Drug Store. from bet home'on the "east coast this good wishes for many; long& years

.i Weather i j .. Blessio Newton has returned week for a visit with friends ( of' happiness '

from an extended visit with Mrs. C. II. Summers has returned
TAMPA WALLOPS KISSIMMEEIN
in Missouri. from Jacksonville where she has been r

Following are ; .' Ribbed Union Suits vest spending some time with Dr: Summers HOTLY CONTESTED GAME

ture. and pNclpit long and" short sleeves. F. H. now a Y, M.. C. A. secretary (Continued -From Pap One. )
ported by- Vicks et Central Store.
ave Drug
"- ( at Kissimmee fo- ..h } The,game was called at 3:15: witha
. ing Thursday, Nov. I .. J. M. Kite. of Gainesville Fla., Keep bottle. on hand. Phone 41 good showing of "rooters" both

. . Ma, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Bradley! of Mrs. J. S. Cadel Mrs. J. Z. Roberson frqm- Tampa and Kissimmee*. who

Monday .?_-_ 76 I Myers were guests 'of Mr,. and Mrs. L. H.: and Mrs J, M. Gard- kept up the rapid fire of calls and
Tuesdaw ..... 80 M. Miller last week. ner motored to Orlando in Mrs.Cadet's yells. The locals won kick off and

f' Wednesday .? .82 solicit a portion of your Are car, Thursday for a few followed the ball till they threatened Tina SLKKIMNO ROOM Is considered by many to be the moet Important
I ''Thursday ...- 82 rance for the coming year; '..Lup hour I Tampa's goal, but Captain Die's ma- room In the house, and the bed sprint and mattress head the list of
the moet Important article of household
' Friday *,_._. 1Z I Fire Insurance Agency. Ladies all wool high class good.' in chine imediately began to plough furniture
Skirts and.$12.50. F. H. through the and to Certain It Iii that no home, however humble, could! get alonewith*
Saturday .... 74 and Mrs. W. J. Sears ; '$10.00 -' defensive mow
\ out and' It le ,
them equally certain that the better the bed springs and
Sunday..... 74 to Coronado ..Beach'Friday., -Lawson. down the offensive 'operations of the mattre', the better ahd more refreshing; the rest they bring-

. . .. ... home Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Spence and locals carrying the oval south till The very .... W4.. ..rI... mm* mmHrmmtm .*.< 'see IIHI. BMWmT a
time for the Tampa-Kissimmee daughter of Portsmouth, 0., have arrived with a well aimed place "kick Pendas that every ,..11,. ...ale mm ......*+ with ..._
For Sale-Four They Were in Kissimmee to spend the put it over the line bringing Tampa ', ., .. '
game. accom- *l bare beds I. .. trmmm ... w. ., mutitt***** m* vans wl.ht..
I ied by their son'.Joseph, Jr., and winter and are located at 604 Main the first points. Before the quarter .......>*.. ... 'm mmtmt. ... mvrrrml ..,.J.. mt ..rI_, ... at. right .rtre..
r Mrs. Z. M. 'Parker' Cleo Wookridge) street.If I closed Captain Bio scorred with a ,SKID TMRM. '

'7wdaughters, of Arcadia, :.' Ribbed, Union Suits also you can't all together at the I touchdown. Throughout the remainder
n'*' of her .mother, .M.... J. / and Drawers; .at; very close old home for tbt beat o{ all days I of the game Kissy caused the C. ,H. GRANTHAM '
." You* will And shoes ... F. H. Lawson .r Thanksgiving ,a new photograph: will I I Blue and Gold to fight for every Inch "Thf SalUfactory St.," 1
of the ''Overstreet .
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ground Captain
everybody. F. II. .. Della V. Campbell and Mrs. come nearest to taking your pl.ce-
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' 'keeping a cool head and his men.supporting
D. W Alderman M. Blackmore of Oconombwoc, will bring cheer to home-keeping' and
( Officers' the Winter visitors hearts. Wilder Studl 472t. him notwithstandingthe
\1" week to the ) were among "
\} this week. Mrs. W. A.'McCool arrived In' Kissim-: heavy handicap not once werethe. the Strong Withstand tlM Heat el
" '. at.Camp Gordon Camp "I.itora.alo "
home.. continued her tour of Florida mee' this week from his home in Bedver -I!)I a "get away. butmade' Get end the Avoi Gqnuined Summer Better Than UM Weak

: R-I-T 'at Mrs: Blackmore will re Falls, Pal:; to spend the winter, in''' their way to. victory by sheer Wsl. OO Old .........' who ere foeble aad imnger ........
lOc
,force of weight and were held to a O who" are weak will".etraBtthened sue eaabled. tCothratuh ,
Colors assorted. here for some time. his pretty bungalow Emmett street,1 touchdown in each quarter. O the d.i* Mlt,Iat.' tmrntmtt br takiBlGKOVrSTASTnj&SehlllTONia }

t : ;; Mr. and' Mrs.. N. C. New Edison. The Phonograph and look after large business 'inter I I Forward'passes .ti ured largely for oO ........tbe blood aa4:! tmUdop the wbeleerelea. ItpvUeeend -
i. from'thelr'home in ; "a .Soul," for sale by Central eats here and at Kissimmee Park.. W. conemy Yo tea .wi.It.4tns.thusle.a.yeu..
Z Store. A.. McCool, Jr., and,,wife,:wiU motor aban-doned n Every Cake -doC EIIeot. sap. .. , '
(, Monday in. time ,for .
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celebration. : the Tampa ,football 'fans through In.their car I .. ."Lick r"stamp to lick the Kaiser.*

: The .Lupfer' Fire 1 the JliUaboro gh-Osceol.: 'Mrs. Henry' Aultman' and Misses''':ing a classy triple pass,was responsible
solicits a,, portion, of ; Saturday,:'were:', Mr and, .Mrs.: Elizabeth.-- Antman| Ruby Ellis, I for the score. ...oo.o ....... oo..oo..i........... ... ..'
'Mr,' Harry Mary ;.PJaer/tr/ ,and. jCIeo Outlaw;- leftWednesdays The features of the ,
for the coming year. Bishop ; and ;}.ra'l I I 'outstanding \ :
Francis'Parker Mrs. R. G, Al- night for Willlamstown victors Z. .Owens' '
game were twenty |
'.:', days Mrs.last, A.< week W. Bailey with; and daughter. Miss Alice Mis Pa., to work in the' munition'plants:,yard race on a fake play; and the ten I New Fire. Insurance: Agency

J Edna Bashett Minnie May Wall, there. They were'accompanied by yard dash by P..:Owens. Pendas starred
;' sister, ftp,. Tampa,, Sara Keller. Mrs. T. W. Ellis,.who expects to accept !' when he made"good as '''a consequence .---:
Sunday night.. a position as matron of a girls' I I ,.
of three successive rushes.
Line Men's and Boys' Caps,
'Having Secured tkt for 6.
Agency
Boys' all wool themost ,
dormitory. The party are
and nice price SOc to $1.25. F among Speed and unity of work marked
selling on old time prominent' and best known of
from
t .. Captain: Bie'a steam roller '
son. Y Kissimmee'. _ladies, and will be finish. LONDON & LANCASHIRE FIRE
'"' start to
: Billiard of Mr. and ,
con .
Messrs. A. S. Nelson greatly missed in social and church
. K Hilliard returned home In summing up Osceola's. game, no ) -
'.' fer motored to circles single need be pointed out '
one play
from CO.
Camp Jackson near INSURANCE
'i+c Thursday in the been Frankie. Woodall; son of Mr. and as.spectacular. G. Bullock put up a ,.
S. C., where he has
t)! ed War Work ; Mrs J. J. Wood an. who had'themisi gritty fight against his adversary" :
light infantry corps of the U. We are in the market for 'a portion of the fire insurance businesi 'of
Cheer soldiers / fortune to have both bones- of Us nearly twice his size.- He was well '
your Army. Mr. Hilliard was honor- 'I Kissimmee, and respectfully solicit/your consideration when''placing
'news from home- right- leg broken last week and who supported by guards and tackly while '
discharged on account of phy- your insurance for the coming year
h .' ..Winder's Studio. i ir1 disability has been suffering greatly from a I i the men kept the enemy guessing.While ,

; Dr. and Mrs. 'Pollard i wound received at;, the time of his 'the back ,fields.are practically:

I Ky., arrived'',In j the coming placing year yoSr, Are consult insurance J. E. fall is improving! ,)ow. Th accident ;new to that place; Overstreet Bass L Lupfer's'lnsurance Ageucy ; ; '

,:... day of last week and for the Lupfer Fire happened .at the football and Lealey' each got away for 'rushes
all winter. They < manager' grounds when -a boy ran' 'against' and Roberson put the safe in
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the Graystone.. f ce ..Agency. Frankie- throwing' him" violently to safety., '" P.' 0. BOX 664 .' '.. E. LUPFER, Maaaftr y -
., Children's Misses Hart Memorial- public library the ground, breaking the bone just With aJittle more work on the new Office at Oiceola Hardware Co. ..
be open'on 'Friday afternoon above the ankle and leaving an ugly'
I' material in the team and the,,confidence
t: bed Union Suits. 15. from three to five o'clock .
bruise above the fracture' 'whl h'unity brings about the .
them before buying; every subsequent Tuesday and I 1----- boys may be"'looked for to'put up a >- P.S. Don't, forget'.tit'United War Work campaign is on thin week.

Rev. Jenkins,"Mrs.; > : afternoon. Extension. ,time POPULAR KISSIMMEE MAID I splendid fight on Thanksgiving day 'and make.i real sacrifice foVthe_ by "over there.."
b Edd George be given on library cards for'the 'WEDS ARMY OFFICERA when they play :St. Pete. Claude
'contingent in i3ortlt'u the library was 'closedon;: 'ac I I Harper Who is coaching: the boys, expressed oo. oooot..OO'OO'o.. . ..O"'o..O""v

ing here of the Satu Ccunty day.G. 1 of the, Influenza epidemic., ,- 'round which centered himself..as:well! pleased with _. L ,
" era of home folks carry much local interest was that of Miss'their work Saturday.The ..OOO..O..O.. ..OO..O..o . . ... . . ..
A. Brlggs' new 1.no. 'and comfort to the heart of Marie Huddleston, one of KI..lni-1 line up follows:

.. open'for ; . Make an appointment to: (I mee's most popular :young ladiesand Tampa Osceola I

time arrange for ., Wilder' Studio.. ,- .,47.2t. I Lieutenant Marvin DuPont, of Camp I Stephen ,-__.,-L. B .._--=F. Bryan .' *

;' photos. j ., B. Makinson, Jt. ,S, _FJoyd and I JohnstonSaturday night November, Weegman ...... .':,T.:..;..'.Graham
x Mrs. O."',,Jf ,BI.'w ;: ; Adams'..motored ;toTampa; Mon 9thx at 7:15 o'clock which '{was k solemnized anton gn&JK&, : Bryan
"Tampa f people : ..'W An"aggravated f attack'!of rear "at!:the'.home j of J the*groom's Hatchcockle: .......MCJSSiG.S: Bullock : : v

mee 'Saturday, delayed the trip and: when grandparents Captain and Mrs. W. McMaster \ ....:::R.;" G'::-.::Simpson

;. Hlllsborough High reached their destination :they N., Boyton, at Federal Point, near Fesenden ...... R. T,.-..,...Sehiiderap .
'; which her son is 'ca the dairy stock sale which they Palatka on the beautiful. St. Johns ,. Harris ._--..R, E.._._N. BullockBie

; Get a Hot Water ; gone to attend had' been called River. (Capt)....-Q. B..Roberson: "
" need it,' the to give full\. sway to the peace Quite a marshal air prevailed'and Pendas .........1'. 'B.---:.__.-Lesley
kind at Central Drug: .. Old Glory' was conspictous! in the decorations I L Owen:...,..:; R. .\l."...:_--..Bass Groceries arid ;.

41. new Photo Studio make. a of the rooms, which were I P, Owen.......--L. H.-Overstreet,

; Mrs: J. R., Waters of high class. art work. The banked in pink and white roses from j I Gardner substituted for' tV. Bryanin . <<"
:"' and Miss Thelma will be open for sittings every the famous rose gardens of that sec third quarter; .
chobee City arrived night or any other evening tion. Only the immediate relativesand
extended visit to appointment. a few intimate friends witnessedthe OSCEOLA'S WAR WORKERSARE Fresh Meats
ceremony which was 'conductedby ON THE JOB COUNTY
W Alderman, and '
S. B. Aultman received a let
Rev. Calhoun of.Hastings.In MUST GO "OVER THE TOP" ,
.. Take orders for from Washington this morning the bridal party were Miss Louise ; 10
Prices from $18.00 to to Miss Elizabeth Ault I ...
Thomason, of Kissimmee maidof (Continued from Page One)
: fail to them her her
H. that
notifying applica
' honor Miss Florence Tenney man of the 'Victory Girls are taking .' '
'a H. Lawson.E. for overseas work as nurses aid bridesmaid and Clarence DuPont of ,he appeal to the girls to help in the Phone 176 302 >Bibadway \ r
been hold herself
Yowell- accepted.and-to
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Supt. C. the U. S.. N.'R., 'Key West, brotherof great .cause''' and in some cases the .
readiness for her call. Miss Ault-
,.: Misses Albina Smith the groom acted as best man. Tbebride' lassies are pledging twice the required . .
left this week for. and ..
ice Wagner motored Virginia of
father C. L.< Huddleston/ $5. Miss Maude Alice Wagner .
'Wednesday' ; in the notification will be forwarded to ., .
Miami gave her in marriage. assistant chairman, has been
'f United War* Workers : The bride was charming in a handsome making' trips to points throughout '400 o ooo oooooo oououo ... .. ....i
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See that SAN1TOL is declared: business is good: ResMeda green cloth coat suit the county to gain more recruits in ----'-- -- r
Cream,,, Cold ...Cream why should we worry. Let us worn with small brown velour hat this department. Mrs. F. C. Bryan, r
Tooth Paste, etc:, etc. ) your -wants. We' have the brown shoes, gloves and furs. She chairman of the grammar' schoolwork

t, worth more, for sale and offer you: a square deal, carried a bouquet of bride's roses. stated that $214 had been subscribed -
Store.' Phone 41. treatment and prompt de- Miss Thomason was effectively from this ''department $80 .j'
.
'Mr. and Mrs. Phil Central Drug Store." Phone gowned in blue -crepe do chene, and from the eighth grade girls alone at Best QualitySEED .

Rock Island. 111.: Miss Tenney in a lovely- brown satin Kissimmee. .

Kissimmee for .their Dick Bullock, former cap costume. I The faculty of Osceola county high
'. They; are pleasantly of the football eleven, Harry During the ceremony violins in an school and the city schools of Kis POTATOES (
apartments in the : '' and C. H, Summers other adjoining room carried the strains of simmee have beert no slackers in this .
'on' Darlington avenues who have played a large part in "Traumerei" "Oh, Promise Me," and campaign and have pledged $241: and ,

;, The London & up the fame of Oaceola High Lohengren's Bridal Chorus..nd Im the roll is not 'yet complete.The Grown from selected stock in state of Maine
4'tt, of the oldest and '. home on a" thirty-six hour fur mediately following it an informal re- negroez: are doing their part in
'.uronce'.;'agencies' in and were interested --spectators ception was .held when the happy the campaign. i Last Wednesday
E. 'Lupfer manager the Tampa-Kissimmee game Sat couple received the felicitations of night Chairman Evans presided overa Plant these. dependable seed potatoes.. Both Spald

, k'' Fire JJUlurancAgency. Privates Burton Ames and their friends. ,' meeting at the A. M. E. church in ing's Rose No. 4 and Red Bliss varieties; free from
:).. ',' Mrs.DuPont.'has lived in Kissim Klasimnveoi, where
., jail .about' it. V. 'Lester were' also in the par' North $200 was
', B.. R:, White,/,:of'Pi The' boys: ,returned to their camp mee for years,.' and h0r kindly heart pledged. Sara Lupfer, representing disease. Place orders early for shipment direct

has returned to his Stetson Sunday night. and courteous pleasing manner have I the Victory Boys, Miss Inez Carson, from Maine at Aoncy-saving prices.. Good seed ,
street.- vv>n her a wide circle of warm, woman's work V; M. C. A Secretary ,
on Hughey : B. Meetch and daughter Mrs.I .
friends. Jllackwell (Col.), from Camp wire.
t among our beet I scarce; write at once or ,
: Frain have arrived porn their The' room;bi the son of'Mr. and Johnson and Manager Snodgrass. of ,
:;;4 or* and )his 'return' in Harrisburg '.., and '
are
'' ; Mrs. F. P. DuPont, of Federal Point. the Phillips Lumber Company, all .
pleasure by1; his many domiciled'in their winter ; F. F. BUTTON Incorporated
At the heginlng of the war he"enlist- contributed .to the success of the ,
Friends in { .. on Mfcbbette .treet./ Mr. .and : rd in the army, and was stationed at meeting. .
word this -week'that ) Harry Meetch will remain for! I Florida
; Camp Wheeler 'lie'attended' the of- Other points, 'in the county ,are Sanford.
-a well known winter vi ,present' in' their Pennsylvania I 'cers' training school and received .showing activity;' St. Cloud as usual 1, '

.. .,been. ran. -down byja i : :' where. Mr.: Meetch.: is serving! his commission as Second Lieutenant coming up ''strong'with her' subscrip

'E ''aUntly killed, at-hU Sam: in the )nunltfon'44actory. of infantry ,several months'' ago tions. Up i to date' she'; has reported .
,. Mich. He was said,. ;. W, B. Meetch and party; have He is in the motor transport depart about $2,500.Shingle .. .

.ing a,big ,six cylinder: n coming,to Kissimmee'for years ment. Creek has reported'$100 .

.u.*, / 'of,-the accident. ,,Mr. near their,.relatives, the Lupfer I Lieutenant 'and Mrs: DuPont, 'ac- Kissimmee Park has reached'that failed to report'though' they may be I must go' over the ,top'Twith the.tull ;xc
"I been coming: her vand. enjoy, the.hunting and .ompanied by1 MissThomason,, came mark also J ; East Lake is'showing some active ',nd Chairman Evans is pre. quota and more;but .it 'will -yet take y
: .,th' past Are years and :from here on'south.. So Pop tq,, Kissimmee;Sunday intending: to activity, Ira 'Weatherby.',' is workmg' paring to send men out over the countytomorrow. ; "a long' pull" ''a. strong pull, and a' f..1 .

:; "'ty'pungalow'at: :j;the have they become hen that their epntlnne theirmotor'trip [to St.. ..Augustine Center, Pork Jto iaT. Rev. Falls > pull all togetherand1 may; .necessi--;*' .:
'aadI,1Iaat! ; streets, 'tri. in. the :fall i Is anticipated with and*' Jacksonville 'In. the.and Fred i JBatvey canvassed Union It seems to be 'the concensusof tate''.the doub161gof- .,original pledges- ,, "
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'.".. :J.J..l..i-, n A '] MU; .' pleasure py' -&ny- 'friend. ,., 1 ;.. groom's car: but, Uncle Sam ordained.Center:-ye. rda,.. Other.places hare opinion that .Osceola county .can arid Come. on piccolo S.oo..o.. ..,
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BE, ON, THE :LOOKOUT, '''FOR:: I SEEP. POTATOESFor

FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE ,
Seed PotatoesChoice planting and..
,Sprint : December January delivery,;' -
m -- '; {-lighest quality MAINE! grown.."

Warning have recently'' been given: attendants, ete.S7mptom. Write for Price, citing quantity desired We audio.' tt
the Bureau of Animal Industry of. ... After a period of 2 to .
animals Spudding No. 4 ROM, Irish 'Cobbler Early Red Buss .TriumphNew
' Maine and Western Stock flclals ir America of the existence ofcontagious have 4, days a rise exposure in temperature, infected from 2 Crop Turnip, Cabbage,,Onion Seed. and\Set*. r

Foot and Mouth diseasein to 4 degrees, when fully developed We carry all the leading and standard varieties of Seed that have ,been
England. a brief description of the symptoms assert themselveh. These tested and known to be best adapted to our soil and climate. "

Spauldiii S!?Rose No. 4 I behavior of this disease should; be are dribbling of saliva from. ,.the Largest Crop Seed Oats, Seed Rye, Seed Wheat. Rape, Vetch, Barley,

very seasonable to Florida stock owners month, which :when examined Shows English) Pea, Beans, Etc. ,

: Red Bliss Triumph at this time.Contagious . blisters along the gums, tongue and Our Descriptive Catalogue FREE: ; on Request ?
Foot and Mouth disease lips with redness. The anlinals persist .
BLUE RIBBON LAYING MASH MAKES YOUR HENS LAY
I.s affects cattle, sheep and hogs} other in moving the tongue and lips, ITALIAN RYE FOR LAWNS.' .,'
Irish Cobblers animals to a less extent, includingman causing a distinct; smacking which i Is

., and is caused,by a specific germ rather characteristic' of the disease. .
which'" spreads ,over large areas with Lameness is also present compara-
Order your seed and fertilizer early. extreme. .rapidity. Its, death rate '.al tively early in the attack. Between
usually low. Animals which are at.I the claws and at the top of the hoof
Write us for prices and particulars. tacked and recover are left only temporarily are Inflamed, swollen an dtender, and

immumed, and are subjectto break( out in ,blisters.which run into
WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER, CO. :T renewed attack after a relapse of extensive ulcers if neglected. Whenin
Fertilizers several months. this. condition the sick. animal re ip 4
Manufacturers Ideal OLDESTESTABLISHED
The ravages of the Foot and mains lying the greater portion of
Jacksonville, Fla: Mouth disease are constantly harms, the time. In cows,the teats and udder wan ran CATALM i 3fI0UTNfRN

sing. European livestock Ind triea. show the same characteristic in- WEEKLY PRK LIST nGUSE'1N FlAR1DASEED ,......
4440'C':''' e+o-o+o+H OOto .O In France Italy,. Switzerland, Germany flamation, swelling tenderness and ..

and'Russia, the disease has established blisters. Appetite is wanting, and "

itself so permanently .that flesh is lost rapidly in proportionwith ,'
,effective measures to stamp it out the severity of the atack.,
'have not 'been posible. Great Britain, The milk from cows affected is :
I aided by her isolated geographical dangerous for calves, hogs or human

Crops: borTranSpoJtation position, has been more fortunate. By beings,' causing, severe illness 'with "j
adopting strict quarantine, and diarrhea. The disease usually runs .
slaughter of affected and exposed its course-in from' 20 to 30 days; .1

nerds, she has been able to keep it leaving the animal immume from' future POTATOES 1I 4
pretty well in check. stack from 4 to 6 months. The h
1 The disease speared on' the American mortality is usually''low, but' may de-

continent in 1870-1880-1884-1902 strop over 50 per cent. in virulent
Maine Grown '
1908 and 1914, and in each case its outbreaks. ,: }
/don't know yet 'uat what crops 1 Will plant .- : failure to become permanently established In the vent of an attack" occurlng 4
nor how many acres ran put in, or how rUbe fixeJfor } has been due entirely to measures among.the livestock of Florida whichin '
labor; but I do know FU surely plant something adopted by the'B. A. I. officials; any way'rehembles the symptoms Carefully, .selected;; free from disease, ;

and I don't intend to get left on fertilizer" at Washington. herein described, no time should be dependable stock.. Spalding's Rose'' No. 'f.
When once introduced the spread''lost in writing the fact to the Live ." '
This lI'Ian-a prominent mula. .)It's always useful), of Foot and Mouth ,disease is aided Stock Sanitary Board at Tallahassee. 4 and Red ,Bliss varieties., Prices reas
CoaetVegetablegrow. sfmtoitr Fertilizers
had finiahed can by the movement of livestock, war, JOHN SPENCER,, for I
er- just beatoredindetinitelywithy onable. Book your order early direct
thorough study of the pres- out harm.entaituation.lleh.dtaiked trade, .common pastures drinking Veterinarian, University of Florida, ,
The Director Railroads troughs, infected shipyards halters, College of Agriculture. shipment from Maine. Write or J'
with: railroad officials; had urges early shipment and .
visitedtbeGovernmentLa heavy loading of cars. wire.
bor Bureau. He had gone Club together find make up LOW RATES FROM FLORIDA where they are sold, when there are >s. ".. ..t.
over the fertilizer outlook orders for 83-, 44. or 65-ton POINTS FOR STATE FAIR any, at two and three:times the cost.
with He then ordered ,
us. a rarlots. Early shipment and Yet five and six cent eggs do not
good: general vegetable farfull car loading is best for F. F. DUTTON Incorporated
tiliser (one containingpotyou, for the railroads, and Announcement of round trip fares bring big profits to the prod cera. ,
ash), enough for the maJorlor us-a wise move. from Florida points to Jacksonvilleon Feed has increased in price. Unless .

.ity"..of./..his.! early acreage.thjpmtnt.! And h- Gtt your* nou>/ account of the Florida State Fair hens are in the 100 eggs a year layIng Sanford, Florida >',
& Exposition and Farmers' National class, or better, they are not
Carson
Waters & Grocery
acted
This man on sound
-busin prlnclple. You too, Co., Local Representative Congress, November 27, to December worth keeping in these days. "t'a
wm-.lypJea"t.omelhi.\ \ .,." Kissimmee,. Fla. 6, and December 3, 4, and 5 respect. The reports fromall the States Is
Cover most atleast of your ., fully, hats ben made by the United that the number of chickens in the -
.AMIW Fertilizer,
,, requirements now- get a Work ,
States Railroad Administration. Tickets country is the smallest for a good
d, good general vegetable for JlUbofWilt., Fla. ,
sold at this reduced rate are goodon many years. Various reasons are as-
trains'from November 26 to anytime signed for this condition but the fact N -i
which will provide for arrival exists., Florida is adapted to the .4
{ Enrich the Soil-Increase the Yield in Jacksonville before noon December growing of poultry and a general ef

Hasten Maturity-Improve the QualityFertilizers 6. Travel on such tickets must fort should be made to increase the.
r w .
be completed by midnight, December8th. supply. ..
t .i./.I t is the declaration"ofthe, U, S. ,,'
'
'''., Such tickets""provide only for first Bureau 'of'Animal Industry that early j1 1shy' {
class day ,coach traveL Passengers I chicken produce the best results, .
:r.rn ur' .. desiring Pullman accommodationsmust and it urges early hatches. Writeto P I .. i/"iJ.1
'pay additional charge for such the U. S. Department of Agriculture '.'f'- '.:,
service prescribed by, the standard Washington, D. C., for circular "'t
;y tariffs. These fares are exclusive of G-28 issued by the Animal Husbandry ,
.
; .' war' tax, which must.be paid at the Division. Other free bulletins on
. ", ) the chickens also be ,
'l v """ point where tickets are purchased. subject of can
"w \18A- oe
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1Ji1,," I .. " I-*'t\t\ :":i! at Fares announced ,',>from>j,_,principal Lfr the, department. ,.
,, '_vr .. .. .. "" ,. -, _,.. -__ Florida points'are?aI" follows:"*}''"W!;}' m.' "HE live stock famine

Apalachicola, $10.80; Arcadia ( CUT' SHORT A COLD '
$11.80; Bartow, $9.10; Boca Grande; TQ' which the world is

9f $18.60; Bradentown, $10.80; Brooks, TAKE A CALOTAB facing is the most alarm, .

aP .4: Ville. $7.34; Callahan, $1, Cedar Key, ing condition agriculture
-
5 P ot" $5.75; Chipley, $11.40: ; Clearwate,'
$9.75; Dade City, $7.40; Daytona, has ever confronted. )
:!' The New Calomel Tablet That k Ea-
..
Fuftiak S
/ $5.03; De Springs, $13.05;
1, _., ef DeLand $4.82; Dunnellon, $5.36; tiely Purified of Nauesatiag aidDangerous t The, horse,, cattle, sheep, ,

1W Eustis, $6.71; Fernandina, $1.70; Ft. 'Qualities. swine, and poultry.lndus-

Lauderdale, $15.45;' Ft. Meade, $9.69; Of all the medicines in the world try in Euro-Asia has been .c' :
Ft. Myers, $13.64; Ft. Pierce, $1095;
the doctors prize calomel most highly
Help Your Gainesville, $3.15; Green Cove to break up a cold overnight or to nearly wiped 1 ,out by theinroads ?

N4Vtd Springs $1.31; High Springs, $3.63; cut short an attack of .influenza of war.
i LaborShow Inverness, $6.44; Jasper, $4.06; Key grippe, sore throat or a.deep seated r'P

West, $25.43; Kissimmee, $7.38; Lake cough and possibly to prevent pneu -And the lack of workhorses '
; T A Better Butler, $2.35; Lake City $2.70; Lakeland monia. Now that all of its unpleasant 'i ,
: '
and
Live work cattle
$8.15; Leesburg, $6.18; and dangerous qualities have 1 ;
Oak, $3.65; Madison, 4.95; Manatee, been removed, and the, new kind" of a preyentingthesecountrks'\ '
Profit $10.71; Marianna $10.55; Miami, calomel called "Calotabs" is the 'doc
from (
producing enough ;!
$16.58; Montlcella, $6.69; Ocala, tor's ideal treatment for colds,,etc. .
U.55-.Orlando.; $692; Palatka, $2.60; One Calotab on:the tongue at bed feed' to, -raise more livestock l '
A day's labor on fertilised land will produce far more than a Palmetto, $10.76 Pensacola, $16.61 ,
; ; swallow of water that's -. with which to raise
time with *
; ,,1 day's labor on unfertilized land your hired help costs you more. a ,
Make it produce, : more .!by using .plenty of good fertilizer on. all Perry, $7.30; Plant City, $8.55; Punta all. No salts, no nausea nor the more 1 ';
your land. Gorda, $12.38; St. Petersburg, slightest interference with. your eating crops
$9.57 St: Augustine $.73; Sanford, 1
; 'WOrk pleasures. Next
or
Bradley's Fertilizers $5.58; Sarasota, $11.21; Starke, morning your your: cold has vanished and t The duty\ '.of America Is

' Increase crop yields, improve quality and hasten maturity. They $2.05; Tallahassee, $7.45; Tampa, your whole system is purified and re- ;; plain-we must plug that '
i add fertility by the plant food they contain, by the humus they $9.64; Tarpon 'Springs, $9.15; Titus- Freshed. Calot bs,is 'sold pnly in or- ; ,
leave ble which In the they soil i produce.and by the greater' volume of plant roots and stub; ville $7.06; West Palm' Beach, iginal sealed packages; price thirty gap by getting into the r

$13.50; Winter Haven, $8.73; Winter five cents. Your druggist recommends business more.deeply;,ourselves 1 ,

Send, for Our Free Book, Park, $6.39. and guarantees ,Calotabs by ,'not after ,while but .

"Citrus Culture" iI it full of interesting information regarding. the refunding the price if you are not de now., ..'.
care and culture of citrus groves. It tells how to make your fertilizer >- About Croup. lighted adv. 1 J "
' money: go further by increasing your yields and profits. If' your children are subject to '
Write for a free Our community learn
can
copy.Bradley : y,
croup, or if you have reason to fear CHRISTIAN CHURCH ;
attacked ; how.to'do'this-by visiting r i% '
their being by that disease, 10:00- School. 0 "*fJ

'., Fertilizer Works you should procure a bottle of Cham- 11:00: -.Sermon. , the livestock show at the I'-
erlaln's Cough Remedy and study 6:46!: -Y, P. S. C. E. Florida '
XX- Tb.Am.MnnAar4cuKur.JCh.minIComraayF. State Fair at
the directions for use, so that in case 7lSo-.sermoD.( *. .s .
G. BraJler. Local .....,. Jacksonville, Nov.;' 27th to Die.: 6th;'and .ra
of an' attack you will know exactly Prayer meeting each Wednesday( Farmers National Congress,'Dec. 3rd lo6U : w
I 920 Heard Bldg. Jacksonville fla. what course to,pursue. This is a. favorite evening at 7:30. I,.. A. S. each Thurs >--Excursion Rates on All,Lias*.. s m ,
'
I
\ and very successful: remedy for day.' "' '

0 ., i croup! and it is important that you Junior C. E. each Friday. 'at. ,9:00a -:.. H :
observe the directions carefully. ai. -

f TOUR 1. FACE IS YOUR FORTUNE, 'PREPAREDNESS. Young ,,Ladies'" Circle meets each
A thousand people look at TOOT" facer This is the slogan of the wise man. THE EGG SITUATION.' I second. Sunday: '
; ,/jflrhO! ODe glances at your feet-yet- Stock are continually exposed to !Most people'who have. been forcedto C.. W.. B. meets',the- first, Friday :
,701 spend money to keep your,,shoes cuts, wounds, scratches, etc. The take a "snack" bit* at' a' lunch In' each month. ; T Ttu.

\I$In LED condition CROSS and Shaving neglect Lotion". your ((see.thatfttrthaving man'who I. prepared has his healing counjterwill. recall the egg sandwichat ,1 Church Board meets first Sunday' ,
I .! luxury). makes old faces remedy. on hand to- stop all chances a cost"of five' cents. Sandwiches afternoon,"ascii month. - 1-
\ look young and keeps all faces In thetoink of blood poison. Farris' Healing of that: sort are \out. of style, now 'You are cordially. Invited to our
of condition. Tola and other RED Remedy is Highly Antiseptic. It 'Issdonomical. i that 'raw eggs are worthtat, much 'services.81tf. ; ... .
r ,CROSS:.toilet 'articles cold only: by 'On SOe bottl* makes or, 'more' singly, .and, will ,probably, 'W.: H.. Coleman, Parr r.I ": ,.. ;;=
f ,CENTRAL, DRUG i STORE, |2.00 worth',of healing. oil ,or ointment. cost ,more before the winter Isq.-er: va.1U.teloss chill T..ksunsvka&iaa.ep "" 'drove's Ta.telesa chill '> Mc.
'VI'' : . Money 'refunded: if, 'you are I says- the State ''Marketing: Bureau,' I FOR 'RENT-Furnished flat'. :with br e.'Hr4re4a4.r Tegk ; :
n. :Do fat forget, the:,\KIsilmme. Val'je'Gaf not satisfied. Water*.A Canon Groi The present;price oGf, eggs.Is small modern Improvements W:B.' Harris, tha41taeblo.a.Ye.ensoapLai: svaiM._ I lastroraeeo+aisri.lesretsshkler4trF.owgoa: ;' #,".:-:. #TM

: ; > JU jpfflct> ,doeatQn printing; efIr1.-Qo. I.A'I: i '-. -.: I L_ ,'':, 'i- ,' compared, 1fi.th,1hat .paid..in Europe, GawttV.office _.:-_. ." >. .tl ..bbL ',frtc* SDe.* '. I tN, blood. ,ti r'tai-If.larSsloolu._ tI .Rloor-- --9.!S" *!,4_ .'"

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>.5 :W.: B. Crawford Loo Jarrel; ) I Bo.we)1'and: William Itoswmt'the defendant -
eonrseldente
.fOR'BlUES WHEN f YOU-SUFFER therein named are *
CRAWFORD ,It: JARRELL CURE of.the State of Florida, and that
their place of residence la unknownand
'!'TORNETS'AT.LAW; that they are over the ace of D. G. WAGNERr: t
RHEUMATISM twenty-ore years; It -le lh.refore'ore .
FROM
Offices. 4,5e, and7'_ CitUenaBank NEAR THE GAMPS", $ dared that aald non-resident defend-
'
I* Building ante be and they hereby required to
.- . appear to the bill of complaint filed : :
,.-: Klsalmmee.- Florid ,.- !In said cause on or before Monday, the Real f Estate and ,Insurance Agency :
and day'of-r*o mber. A. D. till, otherwise
Community' Service Takes Placeof Almost any man will tell you the alterations of-said bill will
DR. W. W. CARSONDENTIST: be taken as confessed. by said defendants .
Friends that Sloan. Liniment '
Mother
,: and Citizens Bank Building. Telephone No. 30.
It le farther ordered that this order
Home for Soldiers. mean relief be published once a week for eight Fla.
Office over Pilley Building coneecutlve weeke In the Valley G... KJMRnmee
Offlee Rour.13. 1__ cite, a newspaper published In said REPRESENTINGE. '
Ol< 'Phone lit Residence 'Ph... II For' maD'baa used County and State.
Extraction .! practical/: every Thl Ird day of October 1 U. A. Strout Farm maintaining big office in
Yea) Administered Teeth for Tea young officers of the 'Student It who has suffered from rheumatic T J. U OVHR8THBRT: Agency) general New

Army Training Corps of the University aches, sore n fee of muscle*, stiffness ol SEAL) Clerk Circuit; Court York Philadelphia, Boston, Chicago and other cities for the. convenience
-. of Detroit recently applied for a Joints the results pf weather exposure.. By 8. H. BULLOCK. D C. 4I-H.
of home seeker If with to tell write ,
at
LEWIS O'BRY AN you me once,
furnished house and a housekeeperwho Women, too by \he hundreds of OF
,POTICH!! ADMINISTRATOR
ATTORNEYATLAWWaring 'would not be.a servant bpi as thousands use It for relieving neuritis, (.... Flaal D...........) you pay no fee of any kind unless we sell your property. No charge

'on. omc.r'erpreo..4 It "th lame backs neuralgia sick headache, ,
young \ for listing, withdrawing or advertising.-i
... ..
.r c. .
'L '' to"wbom dean refreshing,800thinf.eeoftcxnicaJ., I. V..rt Jsdfe Stale
Building. cell sort' of out women'Hello, mother the when boys they can Cjukily effective. Say Sloan's Ft......, We alto represent the New York Life Insurance Companyand

Jubaaloa. Oarr.t come In the front, door" meat to your druggist. Get It today. I. re Eo.... .1-James W. ........... the Ocean Accident and Health, Inturance. f
Pat O. P.
''
01. Va..r.
Homesickness Is the for ,
& GARRETT malady Notice la hereby given, to all whomIt ..O..O..OOO..OOO..O.O...... OO..O..O..OOO..O..
JOHNSTON -
which War Camp Community Service Sloan'sforthwst may concern, that on the 10th day
ATTORNEYATLAWOffices supplies Innumerable cures. of April A. D. 18n. I shall apply to 1s
. the Honorable T. M. Murphy, Juice of
t
", 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Baa) "We've got your number,? says the said Court .. Judge of Probate, for
Building W. a .G. 8. to the homesick boy from final discharge aa Administratrix of .
of James w. Prenlln, decreed
estate
tho -
i" 'Klealmmae. Fla. camp with) leisure to spend In any one ; and, that at the same time I
"of the three hundred towns scattered ., will present to said. court,'my anal accounts
Jk.r over the country. While he's wonder < u..ter'of Section 1i.U; In ae Administratrix. of said estate [
Township IS South Range It of and their approval c eHardareCo.
tug what on earth he'll do with him the Tallahassee Meridian, located In Dated aor.tor. 1"nV'J A. T> 151 III .
self when be gets there, not'knowing a Oaceola County, Florida WITNESSthe PRENTI8. ,
soul In town and with limited Honorable Junes W Perkins. o-a-m-f-s-nto. Adlmnlatratlz.
a percentage Judge of the above Court and mr i .
F OIIRSOPIIRJIIER of his "thirty per" In his pock. name ae Clerk thereof and the Baal of NOTICE! OF ADMI\rI8TRATOR-FOR\ Located on Kissimraeeta ,

et. along comes a friendly printed card aid Court at Ki.simmee.-Florida.- FINAL II1SCIIARQU.. . .
this: the aDd day of October A. D. '
In Court of County Judge, State ofFlorida. .
from the local branch'of his lodgeannouncing ?
own 1$15. Osceola County.-In re E. BUSIEST CORNER .
a reception that Bight especially J. I* OVBJRSTREHJT tale of D C. Lee. ,
I': SELLS ,for soldier members. By the A.Clerk of the Above' Court. Notice Is hereby given to all whom It .
(Circuit Court: Seat),, 41-8U may concern that on the 4th day of
same mall the Methodist,church sendsan February. D. IMS, I shall apply to
announcement of all Its meetings, IN CIRCUIT COURT. STATE, OF the Honorable T. M. Murphy Judge of -C
,! Life, Accident and addressed him with This Means FI.OIMUA.Beveath said Court .. Judge of Probate, for my VICTORYH!
Judicial Circuit, Oseeola Comm. final discharge aa Administratrix of the
You printed at the bottom. Bow, did estate of D. C. Lee deceased-and thatat
:. Health. Plate Glass, LIability they know he was a Methodist ty. !. Cb.eeery.Jsmee the same time I will present to said
H, final accounts ae Administra
Davie Complainant vs. Court my
and Boiler Insurance. He bed forgotten about the little Annie: Sloan Boswell, Sarah F. Boa- trix of said estate and ask for their ap ,
; "Personal Card" ho mad out at the well and William Boswrll, DefendantsIt proval.
adjutant's. request during his first dayIn appearing br affldlvlt appended .Daad.Jnly. 11th A, D. till.I .
Legal Bonds 'Executed to the bill filed In the above stated caune I FLORA B., LEE, Administratrix. ,
camp when It'was only one of the that Annie Sloan Hod well. Sarah F S8-1 m-6mo Another page of. human history has been written and the imperishable I
endless details In the round of dentists
I j' Same.Day Needed.. and doctors and .>general confusion. glory of American valor is recorded thereon. Our flag t

.'. The W. O. OL S. had not only his number ... has been carried i into the midst of Europe by at brave an army as I

IT SAVED MANY LIVES assembled. Our boys have upheld Old Glory,and
; but his name and address his ever our most

'a. .: OFFICE: l] Stall Baik Boildiir.J. homo town the name, of the school TJt: eo lb : o which the country has passed- throughad, sacred tradition New names have appeared upon the scroll.of the
he'd gone to and a'good bit snout the the : In particular, which took such a heavy toll CHILI.of lives TONIO, !has brave and'we stand with 'uncovered heads as we hear the story of '
\ like PLANK'S
proven conclusivelythat preparations
things be was fondest of doingoathtact now hare a plate In the good will o( the people, they never occupied Chateau'Thierry, Argonne Forest and Sedan. It was there'that Our :

I written Into a little blank oa tk*. befo :. '' Boys stayed' the' arrogant foes of Liberty who, were' thrusting their
4 card especially for It In thousands of homes people were absolutely unable to secure t
W. m9MPSON'Funeral ; the services of physician' a druirirlst! or nurse for their loved ones spears at the heart of France. The shock troops of Germany were '
and we.tor ed to depend upon PLANK'S CHILL. TONIC for this most
Gaz.tteI I Critical time; Itdid not disappoint and many, many persona tell ua hurled against our lines to break them but in battles ,ojt inconceivable .
A want ad. in the f..vaUe7 that without It, some member or their family would haw passed away
fury men' crumpled their, formations: and drove themback*
our
DirectorAND will rent rooms.LEGAL It Is the same today .. It has been for the past FIFTEEN years, up t fr
your spare made of good honest drugs; It le the ONE medicine which will positively 1 1
Mw11V11V1/V.MNV rid the ,system of,Chills and Fever, Cold., Influenza, (grippe) "Stormed. at.with shot and.shelf,. \ t"
-. '. ,
and Malaria
ADVERTISEMENTS For the above- diseases" follow directions on bottle; It Is also an 'Bravely they:fought and. well. .,.,
excellent tonic a teaspoonful after meals keepe you well and strong .' "I'' ,. ,. .. '. ,-
l. !\ If It doe.not make feel like a different '
OUR. UARANTKB -- you per 01-
LICENSED EMBALMER NOTICE OF PUBLICATION.!\ son In a day, your druggist will refund your money without, question. When"shall their glory fade? t., ,. f

: ,IIar/re.t: .ftB laterler. CHILL TON'IC. llud"5'O"Ce' 0 the wild charge they made I t'u. I
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'PLANKS 25
E Store and Chapel Stewart .. .. ......... ? ,All,the. world wondered"M, ...
AyeKlsslmmee. t"." L. Nevvssber Of e at 2..G.., JS18S'otlce .,Fla, At .\.m* D .....t .r Oeswral ....... Made !. ....k.III.. Fla. '

,:' Via. - --, Our ideals are higher our' vision clearer our memories; richer ,
1f le hereby given that James A. e,
Minnick., of Louffhman.. Fla.. who on . and our country safer because our kballi'clad heroes. fought. through
January SI. ISlWk made Homestead to victory. .
No 01351!. for HW14 of .
Entry 8BH
M.. TILLED Section 7, Township IS B, Range II R, C A. CARSON. Prasident., N. C BRYAN, Secretary
Tallahassee Meridian, hal died noticeof The people of Osceola county have done nobly in supportingthis '

Intention to make Three-year Proof, great,cause., They have given their_,sons, and of their means iDa
I to establish claim to the land above .
Real Estate Agency. described, before Clerk Circuit Court, The. Waters & Carson manner worthy of all praise; yet in one thing we have been remiss: '

at Klaslmmee Fla* ,on tbe, llth day o( ,'
NN.Neaaeee..ea..ea.NNeNeJRealty
fLi December 1515.claimant , we have not taken our .quota of War Savings Stamps It is unthinkable

bought and told.Houses .' names as WltnesaeeiB. that we should fail in this. Let us'save and give until it
.G. Hancock Loughman. Fla
r-------t1f o.J ;: -. -<"? .I... -l.-Pape LoIo--.Ii'J&.- feels-.good. because of.a great duty well done.
: E.; B.' Havens ughman Fla.. Grocery<
, Taxes paid ud.Titl..na.d.. - >Co I* Heath 1la.ROBT.'v. Hilpany Come 'on, it's up to usl
DAVIS.4T6C "
or Boa-resident ; . rya
Register;
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Insurance. :
ADMIKTISTItATIOlir.CltatlM.!\ Wholesale :
and Retail Dealers inV
r"lDdemnii7 '( .)
Bonds.HCATS .' Osceola Hardware Co.
.. Ceteirt .f Ike C.mmtr Judge State -

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:; plied Whereas to this W.Court B. Crawford for Letters has of yap Administration * ,",.;.,j,...', q.4Ji.fJ1t: ;., ,'''''j<\"?, .. ,. .. : 'tr' ,.f r"! ; .' 11'.'>< '- ,-,' .,,

Oul:" on the eatate_ '' of C; I.Hyatt .: . . . 0000000 . 0 000000 .. . . . 4 Everybody Who I II ,Anybody Advertise Tneii ub'Ia tile, Carettae7Eank1
ARC WtaLKEPrBVTCNER3APtPT' deceased:late of lei county of It

'. BV - OsreoiaThree are, therefore, To site'and admonish 0 WE. SELL:. + .. WE BUY* 4 .. '
;, all and singular the kindredand 0. 4
creditors of: said deceased to be .
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. and appear before this Court on.or before HAY'
the Und day November. A. D. I HIDES 4
ItlS, and file objections. If any they .0 GRAIN .. .

have, to the' granting on said of estate Letters, otherwise ofAdmlnl.tratlon . FURS .'I' 1 Sta : .

I 'f' felt the same;.will be granted to aald FERTILIZERS. i i . .
W.', a..Cr.wtord. or to some1-other. litp.r.on 4 WOOL' ? ; .
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or persons 0 SHINGLES : d

Witness the County my name aforesaid as 'County this .the Judgeof ]4th . + AND "f of Kissimmee f '

A BUTCHER WHO day of October, .A. D. ISIS. : 0 ORANGE BOXES 0 d I ,
(SEAL,) T. M MTJRPHT.54t. ALL. .J
: < . County Judge. ; .
: KNOWS HIS BUSINESS ORANGE WRAPS, .

IN THE' CIRCUIT COURT FOR TUB COUNTRY The of the world :
I. in charge of this market. He SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF VEGETABLE CRATES eyes :

purchases ,only the finest meats THE' STATE) OF FLORIDA IN AND PRODUCE
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. IN CHAN-
't and handles them in a manner CKRT. ,8. S. SNYDER Complainant, CRATE NAILS" '- 4
O C. MAIN QKOROE! MAf SOU. .
vs. .
that' insures their,, freshness when THERN COOPERATIVE) HOME) -.UR-. . . . . . . . . . . . . . the man whoSAVES

1. you .welcome them'to your home. CHASING of COMPANY Jefferson a County private, ,Ala corporatlon ; .. are on ,

Our unfailing courtesy' and .honest MRS. HANNAH. K. "MORGAN widow, We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds.* "

methods appeal to folks who believe MRS. \V.H. K.WATSON MORGAN,NAT widow POTNTZ.: WILLIAM Wi give special attention to fitbag out hunting_and camping parties. '

in getting their m. ney'* and the land.all persona In the claiming bill of complaint interest In Free delivery in city limits... Thone No 12.

.worth 'of ,quality'goods. this ,case described under any of the We aN county agents for good Fertilizer.:: :Ask us for circular and price
above named respondents If of '
any
the same be deceased or 'otherwise: on.). tilizer.. (U. S. Feed Adminiitratjo License No. G-22092) 1'
clalmlnar Interest therein Respondents.
...- ORDER OF PUBLICATIONTO -- -
: SOUTHBRN- (J. -C. MAIN COOPKRATIVB, GEORGE '.MAIN'HOME ..... .. .........
CityMarket .
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PURCHASING COMPANY ,a private
corporation of Jefferson County iAIa.; .
. MRS., HANNAH MORGANwidow;; i.E ; ; .1, .
k MRS. H. K. MORGAN' .wldowl WILLiAM Tax NoticeNotice
t".', W." WATSON" mrtil 1UAT, IWVNT3L: ,
.. Youare'hereby,commanded to appear I
In the above entitled Court In the I for a moment young man
Ask Vour Grocer FAUST ,
f i above entitled cause on or-before-the i i
ftv t Ind day, of December A. D. ',IMS. : to self The
WITNESS the honorable James. W. a thought It ,
... For ,
Perkins, Judge of the above Court .

and seal my of said name Court as Clerk at Klsslmrnee.thereof and FlorIda the.' is hereby given'' that the problems that, confront you now, or, .

f onthis. the Znd day of October, .
.: CHEEKNEALSCOFFEES A.,, .D.. ,Itll. : will few hence.t
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J. IA OVETRSTHBET, a years ,
i(5 CI.rk"ot the Above.. Court Tax Books ,of Osceola County will
(Circuit Court Seat) 41-lSl tbe of affairs ia aiatie .
Look about yo men country state *-

IN CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT FOR ".THH8BVENTH OF be open, for collection on November yes, Ia i the world art the men who. started to save early in life., '7

THESTATE OF FLORIDA- "AND.
1 1a FOR>OSCBOtjA COUNTT., IN CHANCERY : first. They .... tbe respect and confidence of ,the coButnaity.Tben .
-- a 8 8NYDKR. Compt.ln.nt.v. I am now ready to furnish' tax
.. G C. MAIN, QEOROH3 MAIN. SOUTHERN '
a Test COOPERATIVE) HOMB ,PURCHASING look on the otber 'side-at the fellows wbo'spend aO tbey

of COMPANY Jefferson, a County private Ala.corporation -! estimates. In writing' about taxes alWays make-tbey may have a good time for a' while, bat what does. tbeirpersoBsJity

MRS. HANNAH K. >:MORGAN, widow I, reflect .
MRS '. H.4 K.. MORGAN widow "WIL o t
RED CROSS RHEUMATIC REMEDTTheVreat"advantage LIAM W.' WATSON NAT POTNTZ.; : give:,:a complete description of ,

over''other rhu-; and the land all 'personal In the' claiming Din of Complaint Interest In In ... ', : A dollar or so deposited' In tbis bank will.be tbe

; ,matte medicines (lea.'in'th&.faet.that this case described under .Ifs of .the : enclose dens of, a* honorable, Independent- career.

t it does D disturb the stomach. Many the above same named be 'deceased'respondents.. or otherwise any,,. ol your property.'and postage : Hake .your beginning. .newtoday.. ,. Tat, bank ,

of '- casea hare been]) rmanentlycuredby claiming'interest-therein.:' Respondents 'book wifl pare the ".,.. .
..' 'his remedy.} Thia and more than one ,ORDER OB.. PUBLICATION. for.reply. 'A, discount of 2 per cent ." .

bondred-other Hed Cross Remedies) To all persona claiming. Interest' the stockResoorcee _. ...__'_... 110000.00 4
;lands'below .' _tlbe4 under> O.C.. i Capital '----LOAO' .
mold and guaranteed only by:' Main 01'.. :....In"-Southern Coopera will be ( during . :.. 00,000.00Officers .
',I 'DRUG tive Home- Purchasing Company..! a, allowed on all taxes paid OTer.. ..---... .-..-.. -.-, .' -
CENTRAL STORE.., .
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.. ,.... ., private corporation-of.Z..r_..-Coun-, o -
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.. iy. Ala. H.'KH1. Morgan. w : and Director .
For ,IsxHgestloa,. ',Constipation: oBUloMaooM .. oWl. Mrs..; ldowj'rWll. the 'month ',of November.. .
Ham W. Watson, or Nat Points If '
any of the same be deceased, 01"other. : C...;:X CARSON: ..',Preald iattKATZ; aad E.L.. LESLEY V-P.
Just: one 50-cent bottle of LAX-rOS wise claiming, Interest .therein. Tonare'hereby BANDY "
try C. ( ROMA Caahler
: THOMAS.
commanded to appear III : .. \ : .
WITH. PXPSIN. A J.'; Liquid fJUeatve the- above entitled Court In the above 1N.
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4'' .... and entitled cause on the Sth day of .Jan '. : ; 'CARSON ac.. I'
'Laxative'pleasant,to.tale., Made ; C. BRYAN. N: B. KATZ.
< I uary A. D. 1515. The lands : Tax' Collector. 1
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I In'questionare '
'\, recommended tb the public biPails Mediiae ; The South; half of the Southeast: . : C, A.'CARSONH.. FLEMING . & I* .LES_&.
;. .,'< manufacturers Laxative Bromo Quarter of,the Sonthweet quarter; and d... -" ,J.'WADE TUCKER. Director..t r
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tha South.half of Lot I of Section 3. : '
,-<<}alnlnn{ and Groves Tasteless..chin Tonic.
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Union Suits for Boys, Girls and Ladies, 75c, 98c, $1.25 Blankets and' Comforts at Very' Low Prices.Men's ." .'. .;\", ::
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{ Outing in"All Colors, light and dark, stripes and plain, Flannel Shirt=,. $1.98 to $4.00 each. I :

at 30c per yard. ' '

All Colors in Poplin, 49c per yard., Men's Heavy Underwear, $2.00 per"suit. ;., '


?' All Colors' in Wool, Serge, 85c, and $1.00 per yard. Men's. Work. Shoes, $2.50 per pair. .



We are opening up our Toys this Week. Uncle ,Sam says shop early, and 'we all want to do 'as *II he says, 'so .' we '

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have our Xmas Goods out.and ready for your inspection. .. , '

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(I 3rd' Needle -(CJ Knit 1, slip 1, Helen Bass, Lillian Printis, Adah
A Tip About Real Estate .knit 1, pass slipped stitch'over knit Louise Simpson; Lois Overstreet,
stitch, knit to end. Norma Griffin, Mattle Stanford,Mary wt

la.wa'a. appreciated by, (D) Knit around plain. Tiller, Grace and Ethel Gilbert, .Dot
those looking for a future Repeat A, B. C., D until you have: Makinson,' Williametta Sibert, Doro- I

horn-or the cite for one. 14 'stitches on lit needle j{28 stitches. they Wells, Margaret. Kenton,'Gladys
on 2nd needle; U.stitches 'on 3rd Griffin, Jenette Prevail, Sara Clark, WRIGLEYS

rotorhatlon needle. Mattie 1 Belle Harris, Zelein' Cleckley,

k pert In local Real Batata, Knit plain 5V4 I inches Caroline Frlpp, Lillian liarriMee.:;' ,

L I .ell country and city .proper Kitchener Toe 1st needlE) srs. Ned Bullock, Bryan Simpson, .ill 1
I! ; Knit within 3 stitches: of end. Knit Frank and Edgar Bryan'Walter; .'"
r ilea, and are In a position to '
I 2 together, knit 1. Bass, Rosco Robersoh, Henry Edwards .'
ftd.vll on the aubjeet ofn..lty -
2nd Nedle-(F) Knit l,..lip 1, pass Ewel WoodallW,. B.:Powell, ''
at all times We have 1 f.1:
X slipped stitch over knit stitch, knit Stratton, Story, Joseph Sean, ''Jr.,
a at present upon our books to within 3 stitches of end, knit 2 together Jake and 'Hunt ,Ledbetter. ,
t, many desirable properties
knit 1.
't
that you might' like to buy. 3rd Needle-(G) Knit 1, clip 1, NOTICE., uS
it See ''us about them. ? stitch knit Some time the'."
council
knit 1, pass slipped over ago "city,
stitch knit to end. enacted -s.nita1'y'1a...'" to conform
BREAKER REALTY COMPANY
(II) Knit 2 rows plain. with similar state laws"but owing to S aL. ,

a x 'KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA . Repeat E, F, G, H 3 times (making the fact that material and labor wets .;
4 times in all). difficult to obtain at ,that time, the
;' ,' Then narrow every other roW' 5 I ordinance is not being kept to the 4,:
: r If"sock is thin at point' of gusset, times. letter. There is plenty of"material t' ,I,
CROSS reinforce by darning.on wrong side Knit the 5 stitches of your 1st now in Kissimmee to" "construct the 0 "
RED .
very lightly with a split thread of needle on to your 3rd needle. vats, and contr.ctors..re sidle and f'

yarn. You have now 10 stitches on each property owners wlio., have not observed '
-: Cast on 56 stitches on three needles of the two needles. the sanitary law;,must do'..sat >, ,
KNITTING /INSTRUCTIONS -'Sock* ; 20 on first needle; 20 on 2nd Break wool (leaving 12 inch once of suffer the"penalty.; ..

Medium Size ,Swiss.a .- I needle; 1 .on 3rd needle. < length) and thread it into worsted G. ,W. OVERSTREET, Marshall.
a Materiah,--. About one-quarter Knit 2, purl 2, for three inches; needle. Hold sock BO that the worsted -

li pound yarn( 4.Red Cross needles No. Heel-Dude inches. needle is at your right and, always JOHN COWGER OVERSEASDear .w,

,5 1. stitches; 28 ,on let. keeping .wool 'under knitting needles, Mother:-Arrjved 'safely in
5- 5_ Measurements-:.Laid 'on a level surface needle ( heel) 14'on 2nd needle; a;
for ; weave front and bock together as follows England, am now on, Qur way ta
the 'finished sock should ,measure 14.on 3rd needle. : (?) Pas worsted needle France.' Will write_' av,long' lette
q :, Fi.nt'needle (*) knit 1 row, turn, through 1st stitch of front.knlttlng- soon.. Tell all the folks ''X am here!
Foot-Length 11% Inches", bust purl, 1,, row-!-turn;, Repeat from (.) needle as If knitting and slip 'stitch\ and well.. Love to 'aJL} :
10% to 12% 1s scceptable.I until you have 27 rows. Always slip off the]knitting-needle. Pass through JOHN COWGERKISSIMMEE ,
; Leg.-Length,' 14 inches; Circumference first stitch. ,- 2nd stitch as if purling and leave tv

f 8 inches. To Turn Heel-Begin to .turn, heel stitch on the knitting-needle.* CELEBRATES THE

Cuff-Circumference; unstretched, on'wrong side. Pass through tat ,stitch of 'back CESSATION OF HOSTILITIES .
this
"'' 8 inches; stretched to fullest, extent,. Slip 1,' purl 15, purl 2 together, needle as if purling and slip stitch IN MAD, RIOTOUS REVELRY We; will win war-
a"
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18tt h cbei. purl 1, turn. ,,' ,< off the knitting-needle. '
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The.leJ.wtructlons have been'', issued Slip'1,-knltj 6,f slip !,'*knit;1:1{pass Pass through 2nd stitch of back (Continued from Page One) Nothing else really matters until' we do!
,after'careful and*';painstaking slipped stitch.'over, Jcnit'stitch; knit I'tUni.4. needle. if knitting'and leave stitch horns and every conceivable instrument .

atudy.,...of?, the. many' ?,.excellent;' directions : \i\i-;\, _.. WYif knitting;, .needle;| ;1,At,: t z'$j added to the din. A large circular'saw H '
now in use, and contain the beat f: S1lp\I\ purl 0r purl 2 together, purl <* '"; a until;all"' stitchesare .w ,
. ," , '. .. ,.., Repeat' frosty?;( ) .. from the Phillips Lumber
',r features of all the'' generally approved 1, turn. ; off needles. Company's mill was mounted on a
methods' of 'knitting socks. 'J'hen Slip 1, knit 7, slip 1, knit 1,pass In order' to avoid ridges across end frame and a "drummer boy" kept : "
tf _:Instructions have been tested by slipped stitch' over knit stitch, knit 1, of ,toe, fastlh wool down the side. time with a hammer, as the prone y 5
beginners as well as by experienced turn. sioonal ,
stretching away for block after
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knitters. Other good directions peed ,Slip 1, purl 8, purl 2 together, purl PARTY FOR YOUNG SET block, wound its way about the
r( not be abandoned if they! produce 1, turn. 1 1 Miss "Lib" Ledbetter gave a very m

serviceable, comfortable socks in Slip 1, knit 9, slip 1, knit 1, pass pleasant "prom" to the younger' city.All day long some-sort of demonstration Be getting .1
't reasonable conformity with the essential slipped stitch over knit stitch. knit 1, set on Thursday night of last kept; up until the hour for patient .here-OiA"Boys'are
} details of these instructions.
i turn. week at her home on Church the afternoon concert, 'when cars :
i +s Important Suggestions Continue until there are 16 stitches street. Misses Helen Bass and were parked in solid phalanxs for
t Always, jf>in threads by splicing on needle. Lillian Prentis assisted in receivingand blocks on either :side of the band WRIGLEYS4 .

or running threads'through each oth- I GUillet-Pick up 13 stitches on side entertaining her friends. The stand. At the close of the. concert
'erwith' worsted needle.When' . of heel ((1st needle). ( early hours of the evening were de- the people dispersed until evening ,
o knitting the second sock of Knit stitches of 1st 2nd needles and there !
and
votedto games, an' amusing state when Congresman W. J. Sears, home over. _
a pair, always count the rows of the on the one needle ((2nd needle). capitol contest and arranging partners for the general election, was called \ j
first sock to Insure uniform size when Pick up 13 stitches on other side of for the first prom. Victrola and on to speak. Mr. Sears is a ,popular 1

finished. heel, and take 8 stitches from first piano musical numbers made a delightful speaker and one who holds taro: inter- ,JUAGE
Tie finished. socks loosly together needle.; ((3rd needle). program and the evening wad est of his hearers butnever was an _nu_ __
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1 in pairs at top of leg, in such) a way 1st Needle-(A) Knit to within 3 concluded with delicious hot chocolate audience more sympathetic than the 1'';

that the band. can be inserted for.Inspection. stitches of end, knit 2 together, knit\ 1 and wafers.Attending one he adressed on that night and< he NO,BAR Of 'Course
2nd Needle->-B) Knit Plain. the party were: Misses :'
__,n was cheered to>the echo as:he spoke .
of the culmination of the war and the Everybody In KUslmmee is Eligible. all eyeglasses should be helpful i'

beginning of a peace era. Old people stooped with suffering.
Fr.; ',' .. On every great occasion.written in Middle age, courageously: fighting but
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are
they
'.' the pages of KissirameeV history, Youth protesting' Impatiently; ( ,1
\ Children, unable to explain .
From the time the first shack was
built beside a cow trail, a barbecue All is misery from their kidney.

was included la the attractions, and Perhaps a little backache first.. .

'.. '- true to.., this tradition, preparations Urinary disorders, dropsy may..
were hurriedly: made during the afternoon Quickly follow. \ '$
in the court house squarewhere Doan' Kidney Pills are for weak

.great pieces of Florida "grass kindneys.Are No,' indeed: Unless the
There Are Two Ways Fed" were put to roa.t'over a pit. endorsed by thousands. glassesare
accurately fitted and are' of
Here's Kisslmmee testimony
Here, at the close of the day, the peoopIe -.
f gathered round long tables and Mrs., L. M. Williams, 409 Clay St., theexact strength In sphere,, or
cylinder or ,sphere-cylinder ..
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and cracker gnawed says: 'I bad an aching' in my back
sometime several) congressman last It difficult for me needed to correct' the(defect, they ' '
was
ye, ways. brown rib bones or juicy cut sand spring.
will be far,from helpful '
around in the morning' on ac- -they will
of doing the tame thing wiched with bread, and.'topped with to get
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be absolutely hurtful. To get'the: ;
\ pickles, in the'good',''fellowshjp;,that count of the'severe pains in' the mallof : ;
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back, and I couldn't rest com- RIGHT glassesyou ,most go 'is ,
with bread to- my
But one thing is certain, -you will like the way we treat our customer only gether.comes breaking, fortable nights., I was tired most all an Ocnltlat. of'proved, ability.That's ,

s *-and-you will like the way ,your affair are handled herewith -. 14es rs. P. C. Clifford, E.. L','Lesley, the time, too. Hearing of. Doan's Us'"

S' :' i courtesy, care and efficiency.Citizens < J. A.",Blackwell.: C. W.'Grjffln, .J. J. Kidney Pills' I got a box. Doan's re-i DR. E. S. HOFFMAN
. McCranie, and,,others,-..were! leading Ileved me immediately and in,a short Oculist and Optician.. I a
.. _Z time I felt one hundred cent bet- 28W. Cllureh'St.
- 1 spirit. In. providing& stun x>f per Orlando Fla,
S t it Your, financial interest cannot fail to be benefited by a.connection the day,*and were largely- responsible ter.? -

'i with-this ably, managed Institution. for" a fitting close.to the community's, Price 'COc,' at all deal n.' Don't WE BUY:'

.. ir ge t rejoicing.. ,. simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
t .Taken,' singly ores', a whole, Kis- Doan's Kidney 'Pills the same that OLD FALSE ,TEETH .
I simmee's,celebration ;"U a stupen Mrs. 'Williams had. Foster Milburn w. 'pay, firom $2.00'to 35.00 per;, !,

: Bank dous' success. As the city was proud Co., Mfgn., Buffalo; N. Y., set :(broken lots)!. W. also, pay actual .,

_ at'tuilnanreua WS.S. i to (give her volunter Company B, followed value for Diamonds, old Hold,': ":
: by her drafted men, then went more of'her-men would be called upon Silver ,and Bridge-work.. Send 'at': .
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_I. OP KISSIMMEEtltt L 'WUtUTIKGSSTAMr, over the top again. and_again'with to make the supreme sacrifice, but once by parcel post'andyec.in, .cash.
'\ asusua sir TUB could loot forward to the time when ,. .
..f '"'" \ JOTTED STATZ her subscriptions to. war measures,sondw : by return malL "
) '1.ihtf';:'' " ,,,- n.1 ok with 'aWity us wQIkf. OOVERKMCMT,* she lavished her emotions on all ,amy return 'to their homes: and. MAZER'S ,TOOTB/S"EtIALTT' "" :'i

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