Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: November 22, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00882
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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wa with a feeling of gratification ing 'was a busy place. The room had The open season for killing turkey, ',Ec( McLaughlin wm tried at Fort : Osceola county is to haves fair" done than by assembling the choicest:
surd Justifiable pride that 'County been artificially decorated with flags, deer; quail :and other Pine began Pierce this .'week, on the charge of ,this winter. That much has been products from' Osceola's farms and

Chairman R. M. Evan.and his workers and streamer* and appropriate poster Wednesday and judging from the murdering his brother-in-law, George definitely settled' and the date arranged ranches' and combining them with a
,' in the United War Work *. President Wilson's picture centered number of licenses issued by" JudgeT. F rtic:, and was acquitted. coincident with the annual bit of local fun to give it' spice. Everyone :
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,i -the 'IKireen'which, was placed M. Murphy the wood% of Osceolacounty The trial lasted three, day, the meeting of the State. Live Stock''Association ktiVws the value of "unusual" or
pafen'fiCured up the total pledges of across ,the rear.' f the space. This will be full of nimrods. prosecuting. attorney being assisted which will assemble here on "''out of the ordinary and that i* '
;Klssimmee'speople, and found Wednesday was 'draped with flags and with Data from the Judge's offico shows by 'Cary Di, Landls and the defense the" 15th, 16th and 17th of January, just., what the fair official are ''aim',
night that the full quota was touches of evergreen. Each day the 90 county licenses had been Issued i being. represented by'Tom Palmer of Up '"until' this week every one, was ing. at In the proposed celebration.
subscribed with a big margin. The new slogan was posted in the windows as against 85 'of last year up to the I Tampa and Otis, L. Parker and F..L. centering* fits energies and resources .Very .few of the details have yet
subscriptions for Osceola county along with the totals received 20th. n-resident) county licenses Hemming of Fort Pierce. The jury. on helping: Uncle Sam"win this war, been worked out up to the present a
cannot: be accurately given at' this from each district in the county, and showed a slight decrease, the.figures 'I was but twenty hours but'with the khaki dada on a'victor- time, but this much has %been decided..
t time, a* the sums are not yet reported in the windows the thermometer kept standing at <4Q< this year and 65 in . '. ... Iou.,'march' into Germany, local business The.fair will be a home product give
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but .in round numbers,' It is $10li0o. ,- pace with the figures.At 1917. ... Among, the local "crack shots" who condition are'expected to return en for the home people, and by the
the close of the campaign the The non-resident hunters' license maybe looked for to bring back their :'to normal and tnemost! impor- home people There will be ,no fifty
The mercury. in, the thermometer total subscriptions, stood as follows: i costing 416 ench which extends the full quota of game are Congrecsnian tan$ question under considerationnow cent entertainment tickets to the
I,; printed on the large window in front Kissimmee, _. _._____.$6,555.88 privilege of hunting in Osceola coun- W. J. Sears, ,Prosecuting! \Attomey will be the advancement and ''grounds,, for instance, but a small,
Ice of the. headquarter room immediately .1' St. Cloud and Ashtonabout 3,300.00 ty to men from other states, totaled W. B. Crawford Mayor J. S.. Cadel, prosperity of this community. general admission. Then\ will be
.: I ly, became so heated that It ran over Narcoossee ? '.:..__.____._ 101.60 18 at this\ date last year, but only one Captj L. R.; Farmer. G.. C.. Living- Promoters' of .county 'fairs never races; of course, though''not thousands -
1.-; the top for the amount of Osceola's Hancock ,__ ..-,....._...._._ 68.00 lone roan has 'applied for this privi ton. J. Earl 'L pfer,- G, 'H. Prather, consider them In the light of a moneymaking ,of dollars-"spent on a profes-. '
'" -quota. allotted.to Kissimmee wee $6- Shingle Creek ..______... 113.00Campbell 1 legs thus farThis is likely owingto and others, 'who left' 'early Monday project (when Viewed from atonal racing program but an amuse ,'
i: 00, and the pledged totaled 6509.53, ''Station '--.-.---.-- 21.50 the fact that few winter residents morning equipped with puns, dogs a the standpoint of. net proceed from ingprogramotlocal races,where -the
s: nearly ten per cent oversubscription.This Kenan'sville __.-'-.___.. 20.00 I or visitors'' have arrived in'' Florida I aood.eo. k. and all'the camp pharaphernalia each event, but It.I. generally agreed price money remains right at home.
was not accomplished without Kissimmee Park ____...__u 102.00 yet. -. r1 thaTno one event can better encourage There will be line collection'trfx
I "k effort,however, for Chairman Evan. East Lake' __.+..',_______.. 12.00 ''The number- of hunter licenses Their destination was "somewhere 'j:_agriculture and stock development stock; from the ranch: home.
";., has spared neither time nor effort tow Center Park I._____-______ 114.60 issued during- the season 'usuallynearly on?the Kissimmee Prairie and .the the'people of a' section' 01" more grown stock which demonstratesthe
sake this drive fulfill its misijm' Union Center' ._____...:..* 84.50 doubles that applied 'for up date. W their return indefinite. effectively demOnstrate to. possible right to claim the title
Lokosea .. .....:..-.--.... "< 0 to the opening of the season, and .Me' MM. Henry Lightsey Add Storjr inverters, or" ;home seekers its pros of one of the' beat cattle counties in
entertain-"! Bassvillo I.-' ...;r.Alligator'.Lake .--.-..--. . 0 with the number:of men/which -will O. -CL.McClain are also out hunt poets:' than 'a good old time fair and I Florida.,. The fruit .industry-.will be:
f op-8"!" perating with him were S. L. Lupfer, .___...___.... 0 I likely return from,,service before' the lag, t us week an dnumbers ,of other stock exhibit. Taken from the standpoint .well represented'and the' track'farma''
:r and-Dr. W. B. Witherspoon, in charge Deer Park and ,Raulerson.. v 0 1 season closes 1'18, may' make a record parties have' gone 'on' short expeditions of a4.ertl.inaalone there I J. will have their exhibit. No exhorWtant
1-; of 'the local: situation and they in Clark' School. ,, ...____._. .. ,,.0 I in Oseeota's hunting history. 1 flttleontrovesary4 ut that', the av. price need be paid to owner .of fancy + ''
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aided faithful teams *fair pays and pays well theme .
were by .' crag for poultry to'-bring their collections
....o.ean..aSaecI.the territory' for three Total 'In :round numben. .-.;$10,433.68 [ and' money! invested. here, these have been exhibited at. '
\ yrs of the:drive. Then the women Among those.. :whog ;efforts did ANbThIi WAR : 3. L., Lupfer,, president 'of the .0.-' previous fairs but the poultry dobs "
f" -were called inter the_ drive.. Miss Inca much toward the success*of the_drive SAVINGS, : eo hi'' County Fair Association 'with of this section can'; exhibit the best a
'. Carson, 'with1 Mrs.; C. H. Summers were 'Mrs. Bart Bryan Miss Helen his'i "executive* board and director. specimens','which have been, grown
; and Mrs;. ?'.:E. Lupfer, assisted by Bass, Mrs. B. H.. Hall Misses Lillian. realize the Importance of.holding-the here.
numbers'of;'volunteers, took'the message and .Murial) Prentis Claire Ilathway'" DRIVE "NWEM'DEL25 TO 28 annual fair and have hit upon a hap Nothing could be of greater Interest
I. into: the homes ,in 'a' 'house ''tohojv and' Emily, Sanderson. ' . py", idea' in arranging it for January to the men who are honoring Kis-,
;IS canvas. C. E. Yowell band Sam One notibe blefeature of the drive when' 'Kisstmmee, will- be hostess to simroee 'with their' presence at the

'1' Lupfer, Jrv took up the work'of 'en was the enthu.la.m'ahown' by' the" rrebinaThankaatvinl': Tribute.. states: ,and will furnish a record which I hundreds of the most important and session of the Live Steele Association .
; rolling Victory. Boys while Misses negro population of 'the city; Rev. influential ;;cattle men throughout han-lot .lIch .x.1 bIta. ,;A$ the
effort
The 'purPoae of this l is to place Inyears to' come'will of greatInterest
'. Lola Lawler''and Maude Alice Wagner Duke, (Colored) was jded by out-of- the : prove* ' I air Florida., From a matter'of local same* time it will encourage the breed). .,
Florida in the position that Stateshould' to the General. ,
,r' called the Victory. Girls Into town speakers*' well a* by local l tal pride 'Klsslramee gives 'a royal recep- sag of better and more: cattle and
other It V State
: Director
amonatb. ,pointed by
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.Ace their' subscriptions I tl lon and invited
f, ranks. entof his, own and to those 'visitor -
States in its indicated desire to'save Grli'P'that' there i ,
r Headquarters in the PHley build, amounted to about 73447.' a tendency'of gueet4 'And bow better'ea l this be (Continued\ On Page; Eight) ,
and and to this derree the to : their 1
.. i serve,< measure people relax effort to .
; -saving', and serving by dollars \complete the job Which *w. under. : '

f VOTE TO ERAWCAtE'CATTLETICK .1 'Itis and the cents.purPose of this' campaign attention took April to a the year evils ago of this.and tendency he' calls FIVE AIRPLANES AT LOCAL ;

to reach' not.only those who have aletest and the difficulties' It.1M; > bring'thera94tD.fi140wPrl4li .:

Jgned .. pledge,but;:those,:wJto> jt...: 0' "9H : ,,..ifaecuritietf ..' : '<<
ADVERTISES COUNTY'd have not, to induce. them to make a are -not purchased and the, FIELD SATURDAY ,AND :SUN.dance -1 :
.. purchase I during'' the period from mean provided for bringing the boys :
.J: November 25th to 28 Inclusive as, a back home, and for maintaining those: ,
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d I tribute to General Pershing >andthe who necesscrily' hare to remain,: ---- .
one week after Osceola tion on Nonmber; 5th' carried by: millions of men who have been back- In 'France'' for sometime yet. i :Kiislramee 'witnessed a superb was given for the: visitor* at

? county had joined' the ranks of Florida varying' ,majorities up' to a* hip as ing' him up and made-possible the Everybody urged to purchase eight'?Saturday when ''five .air shipsapproiched'the the country club'where' a congenial.
'counties for eradication of cattle !ten to one. They represent an area magnificent1 victory which bas been War Savings Stamps and to .make! city from' Dorr' Field crowd enjoyedmerry evening.
of 21,000( square miles, the greatest achieved. Thus '*ar only '1702 -peopleIn record of .such..purchase so thf.t, it l battle Punch and -candles were served between .'
10m.
ticks, we were getting valuable,I area In one state to vote into work.: Osceola county have pledged' to may be recorded. II Arcadia, flylnaIn formation: the dancing number; ,
advertising "at the Southern LandCongas lug area at one .election.; in history of uy-War t Savings Stamps( It is possible Some of the most successful War i They circled about several times .As jhe time- for their departof\
} in .Savannah. the-work; 1 that 'considerable number of Savings Work that baa been done : ending down, upon the watching cltl- drew near Sunday afternoon,' '",,' ,
A large map of.-Florida' showingthat 'On December first th. 'government other have/ purchased: stamps, but anywhere in, the county was accomplishes ,: seas a shower of United War Work I people. assembled at the landing ata:;
Osceola had voted to outlaw the .will release' 79,217 spare mile,..the signed no pledge"to do so,' thereforeno by women, and some of.it literature, then the planes settled I tion. The: live machines, including
ij .cattle tick and make the county safe '!!greatestylorlda area included in one rel..... record f.such is. available.-In any under 'very serious handicap. .The' down on the'new-landing field the three gunnery ships,' were stationed .,
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for: better" cattle was displayed''!t is I represented by ,4,372 event the.fact' remains that 'a very co-operation'! ; of the' women ia there- flyers. having com to spend. the in a ,row.. One by one they rolled
t the main entrance to the auditoriumfor ''square' miles comprising Lake ,Or- large ,number of our people have not fore again invited in .this effort. week-end here. down the field turned and started';' aback
i ;: information of delegate. from all I!wage ;and Palm Beach counties.' > in *nydegre investedin this formof This campaign will be' known ,In the', party were) Lieutenants facing- the 'crowd, and a.:.they:
l' of th. ,.Southern State. I Osceola county''' has 26 cattle dipping , government'-.securitIes. and it is strictly as a cash sale campaign, but Thauney,.Spooner Barton, Moore andWeatherdon.and.SergeaptsMcGulre came ,00 at,great speed slowly
.The same map'will be exhibited at 1 vat and the owners'voluntarily, urgently1 requested'that all such take it i la recognized that will.be necessary left the ground.and began to climb,
the State Fair in Jacksonville so the dipped' 8,641-,cattle during, the past advantage: ol.this.appeaJ to..aaaietin to Aake pledges same'only be Rogers<;MTjnUJ> ;Sntthvnd| AJdlcut.. circling a* they flew higher''and
,r ,' thousands of yI.itlnafarmen from month ,With.release Af labor,which trringlng;-oij .feountyrttp to''a'higher, ing' utilized to 'lIx'the "amount that While here the;aviators were en.tertalned higher, then assumed their battle for
; northern states can see at a' glance ha. I been drafted fore war project, standing, compared with other each person will buy, during the in thus home of the city, matlon and disappeared to the south
,. where 'progress I* being made toward there should not be any trouble to counties in the State we are still far Thanksgiving period from November25th S. L. Lupfer J.- Earl Lupfer Harry west. .
eradication of the tick. clean up .the"cattle ticks'In this coun behind i our quota and.more united effort to 28th' inclusive.: Piano Milton Pledger W. H. Arnold The flyers were loud in their praise
r; Nineteen of the 22 Florida' counties ty next' season and get released a I 1 wiH have.to-be made to enableus It Is hoped that' every man, woman and J. D. Woodbeck showing them of the I.ndinastation and: declared (kit
it which held elections on the proposi year from now.r .. I, to reach a creditable finish, of the and child in the county will rally to special courtesies.. to be the best In the stato outside

*.... ., ye r'..elrort:.. There- win_bea statewide this drive and let us' make"a complimentary S.turday. _evening an informal their own ground at, Dorr Field.
''A I campaignVwith this,end l in view showing in our appreciation

: ,SENIORS OF .HIGH SCHOOL TO during )'hanksgivlna'Week.' The and -thankfulness for what has .
. ; : name of.every person who purchases been accomplished by our Army and THIS COUNTYiAtD- TO

stamps during'this week will be recorded Navy .D. .C. WAGNER .
in a book and sent to General Chairman Osceola County War SayIngs

;kk.HOLD: CARNIVAL SATURDAY Pershing.. ,This, , ,is, ,being, ,., ,done- , ,in,- ,many, -- , ---Committee.- -- ---- - -------_. HELP FEED ALLIED NATIONS

1 i , .1 NEW EDEN, PLANTATION HON. N. C. BRYAN LEAVES ', .
3 The Senior classes. of Osceola High sonnel of the class is: Prof. R. M. MAKING SYRUP THIS WEEK FOR TALLAHASSEE SOON --
{; School 'showed U.' .plrit in pledging l' Evans, Miss Almena Leitner MisaNeUie 'With the signing of the treaty of gone into and a systematic campaign
$25' to the>War;Work ,campaign and McQuaitrie; teachers; Misses The New Eden Plantation, near Hon. N, C. Bryan expects to leavein peace in sight which will bring the I arranged .to place ,the condition fully
its members are letting no grass I Sara Clark, Norma Griffin Grace I Narcoossec, .is now in "the- midst of a few days for Tallahassee to be world war to a close, it will not belong before the minds of the people by a
:;grow underc1.bei".flC1t' before earning'the Gilbert, Mary Tiller, Irene Reed Car- its. fall syrup making, and the whole present at theextra session of the before the 'restrictions laid. week's 'instruction before asking' fora
money. Tomorrow' they will hold olyne 'Fripp, Frances Tresa, Blanceh atmosphere in that vicinity is satur- state legislature the call for which upon the .public will be withdrawnand. concerted action.
.a "Street Carnival" on the' vacant' Davis, Mary Singletary; Messrs. Ned ated with sweetness. has just been issued by Governor there .will be no limit on the 'With this in view next week waj set A..
lot at' the corner" of Broadway and Bullock Frank Bryan Walter Bass, The crop of-cane from fifteen acresIs Catts. Mr. Bryan when Interviewed amount of wheat meat or. sugar used. apart a. Education. Week when in
Poasiel'' avenue. Stratton Story, Henry Edwards and being manufactured into syrup this by a representative of the Gazette, County Food Administrator Pledger> each county'in Florida and-throug
This, space ''will be arranged along Edgar Bryan, pupils. season, and is turning out a splendid said he had no statement togive out. stated that he expected; such an orderto put all the nation as well mass, meetIngs .
-the; approved lines 'of 'regular carnivals yield. It Is estimated that the crop "Until I' learn definitely the objectof be made .pu&R?at any time. This will be held to bring the message .
with a ',central camival..treet, TRAMMELL WANTS EXTRA this year will anfount to between six the special session," he said, "I I I must not be taken to mean..that.any to every man, woman and'child e
'nding< with.. a minlstrel.show.., On MONTHS PAY FOR SOLDIERS"Washington and seven thousand gallons. will be in no position to express an extravagance may' be indulged how and urge their co-operation'in a'gen'
'', ,either side of the street'"will be booths ... The syrupy manufactured by the opinion therefore I have.nothing to ever for America I is confuanted to aril l food conservation week' *which
lien candies -and-other goodies. will\ ", D. CC.,- Nov.. 12. New Eden Co., is of a superior quality say now"Representative day' with the greatest problem which shall follow The hungry_familft; *'of
"be'8Old.. There will be a:baby show Senator Park Trammel today, intro- and readily sells at a figure above Bryan Is a conservative she has hitherto faced that of feed- Europe .are. calling for .a share..of a
r ,a monkey .."bow. exhibitions'/ of ,animals duced in the Senate a bill providingthat that obtained for ordinary Florida man, one who, makes sure :of: ing the thousand pf hungry 'peopleof food from the loaded American tables'
,- and 'vegetables, and an art deg, all, soldiers who have served in syrup. his J ground before 'acting,, and his 'our. allies. from 'now until nextharvest and i there can be but .one, answer to'
I, ,-partment. Though'the war is ended the Army, Navy and Marine'Corpa in record shows him to be a power In' the ): that, appeal. '

":;\ and the kaiser dethroned, ,you will the.war now coming to a close; shall KISSIMMEE'S FIRST CASUALTYKissimmee law., making body. of" the:State. ,, Food ha played a large part In Education Week'will, begin'next
It ",be-given.opportunity: to glve him be allowed one monh's additional 'pay figured In the published ""' ,"' Tuesday with 'nation-wide! movement ua
still
this but food is
'' 'a:lick', that I. ifyour eye Is true and" upon the United" States. forces being casualty! u.f-yesterday for the first Dental Lieutenant Corps G.stationed-E.,\,: Parker at Camp; .of the Se. winning needed to prevent war, death' by ,starvation \ when the principal cities 'ii* k"
time since this entered the
demobilized.
muscles arestrong; country
roar will beheld
'' has every county; public meetings
in the countries'where war
!hereon
has
vier S. C. been !
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Th4 carnival will be" open to par Senator Trammell says, -The -men war. Aaron Davia'of: Kiesimmee1.' Greenville KisSlmme will observe this
the usual food
laid waste .where
at 4 o'clodCSaturday'1 afternoon who so- loyally and patriotically listed as of wounds a 'furlough visiting his slater or ; ,
;tr'onag., hate having'died ; 'to production has "ben laid aside ' Mrs.Fred Gilbert; He returned '
continue through the evening carried our banner to victory, well ,
mind : J the'business of self-preservation.. ..Sothel'ere.t ger is endeavoring to arrange for' a
when the merriment 'will reign, merit this recognition and that it is NOnCE TO ,W. O. W. camp Saturday, unselfish.-part- of Americais speaker at St. Cloud at the same yT
and: that public generally will,be given but. a just reward by the nation. Avery The members 'of the Woodmen' of C. W. Hale:who. 'J il.been working' again- appealed 'to and is asked to time. In case be fails to secure such.
an., 'opportunity ,to :contribute dimes and ,quarters to one .of-- the are poor .men-and will 'need this' ... hall 'in the .Fraternity building Tuesday j sine*:'last June,, returned!' tohis :supplying convention there a, little later in the .week, Mr.
worthiest causes. ever;' presented. sistance 'following their discharge night, at 8 o'clock. Important home'here Iaetplybt..bir.t: ; .flue. .At t: the of the Food Adliinl : ... ...
7,.Tb.taculty.'WUl, ....iat;, In makingsi" from the service while, reestablishing : business, .let, every member' attend, who .has a government jposltlon:'in. trtors 'In'hcbonvlUe this .. .. '

l ...'Jsuccess. --- ,'of this< 'event" ,:'"and, 'the .perSt" themselves. )n' private. lifs.. "* this. 'meetin' ,." H.'J, BARNS". Clerk j Philadelphia; will' Join ,bJm-later: : : week_ the'' matter was thoroughly iW I Continued on,Page Eight t'),, J. V

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y TWO. THE KISSIMMEE.. VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 22,. 1918 ,. .
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Caldwell' M. E. Ardrey., ,-........___.._. '6.00 Mr. and' Mrs R. J. Keen_,__ 6.00 11 .
I HAVE used Dr. Syrup H.,C.' Piano ____-:_.___,--,. 15.00. W M. McNeal ......____.. 3.00

W. A, Gufty __?___-__,._,... s.ooE. E. McGee ...._-?.______ 6.00
Pepsin and find it a most effective' Jr W. Tyner .-.-___._..._.*.. 5.00'' C. W. Ward .....-...----.... 25.00C. War Novelties r

F. Flake *......,? :..___ 10.00 Harry Crowder .. .....___.. 10.00 ,
and pleasant laxative-one that worth recom- James McBride .,___...___? 5.00 M. L. Kenton ....___.....*. 2.25
Maynard Sullivan ._ .....-... 5.00 C. C. Rumnel .............. 1.00
mending to one's friends. I 'know that' my Ruth Ashton .. .J _____..... 6.00 Mrs. Ricketts. ...";. ."'....... .60 '
J. E. Davis ';--...,1.:......i,. 10.00 E. E. Fairbanks ,.,...*.?.... 6.00 We have 'spent much time, thought and a great deal ,,
health has been greatly improved since R. L. Hyer ____....______... 10.00 Emily Fairbanks _. ___.____ 5.00 of money in collecting the greatest assortment of appropriate
'" 3. Tyner .. ..._._-___-.,... 5.00 Mary Ruth Clark, (additional( 5.00 and attractive well 'as useful' novelties '1h.t all
using it. . S. Crowder ....____...11..... 6.00 Wm.. E. Fairbanks ...-____-. 4.00 as :
From I letter to Dr. Caldwell written by\ lohn McGrooder .. ._.:._*,.. 5.00( Sam L, Lupfer ____-.__-..... 20.00T have an association of the great World. Wat intensely j

(Min Alice a Lombard, 22 Boyliton St., I M. Clark _._............. 1.00 Mrs. A, J, Brown.___:..___. 10.00 characterized in'' them. .
Springfield, Mat / : R. A. Snyder __?..,.?.,,____ 10.00 Mrs. M. B. Carson---------- 8.00
Lawrence Colsen .. ..,.,__... 5.00 A. L. Kln r ..__............ 5.00 Novelties for the Sweetheart Brother Husband! or.
J. H. ron.on1nSr.., Campbell. 10.00 Mrs. C. E. Hilton .,--_..... 2.00 Father that may or may not.be in the service.
E. D. Yatesaft ___L...... 1.00 Mrs.. W. H. Arnold -_::__1 ff_, 5.00J.
Dr. Caldwell's M. Smith ?*_..<_..__----,- .00j D. Woodbeck ..._____.-..- 5.00 Novelties for those that stay at home. .
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Griffin., 20.00'w., Gatton .. __.__,-_.._.,__ 500 '
Tom Woodall'.. .............. 6.00 Mamie Gatton :. _____--_ 5.00 . The ..assortment is entirely too large to permit of detailed

R. D. Guice ,.:.______.-___.. 5.00 w, T. Vail i_. __:;:.....--- 5.00 mention, and must .be seen to be appreciated. Callat
Syrup Pepsin V. R. Ellis ________._.._.:._.. '5.00 *. J. D.. Sibert___-__?.,.-? 5.00 and ask, be shown through this department
ri W. B. Makinson ,.,_.,..,,!Io..:.. 10.00 A. Friend ?_ _..__:.._.......- 5.00 our store to /I.
Mrs.. I. H. Best ._____-_,.-.:. 5.00 Mrs C. H. Summer*_-____? 10.00 and you will be more than pleased t with tKs wonderful .

.. Laxative H,. W. Anderson ____-_-...__- 10.00 Mrs. E. E. Fairbanks.------ things that we will show you and at the reasonablenessof

,. .. The Perfect. Ernest L. Green -: ...... 10.00 Mrs. D. E. Lowell ,,_.______ 1.00 prices. .
.r \ ., Has Hansell! ___'_ ._..--_.___. 2.00 Mrs. C. Buckels\ ......._._-. 5.00 ,
Mrs. A. .M. Story .....___*_ 1.00 Mattie Bandy ., .:.-__-T.-___ 10.00 Our stock of staple merchandise that goes to' m.le'up
,: .' Sold ,by ,Druggists Everywhere: (r. and Mrs. J., C. Dibble... 10.00 j. c. Coble :. 3.00 the is
.' Myrtle Wilson ., ____.:___:.._ 5.00 C. W. Campbell------------- 5.00 re.IIY'metropolitan Jewelry'Store fully as complete. 'I
50 cts. ((3S.) $L1JO: ) Mrs. ''J.: Z. Roberson___.... 10.00 Gulf Refining .o.' .. _... 26.01 1"<<,

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Kinff_':', 6.00. j. L. Spading ___"II __- 5.00 ':--A!
""""" --* -
d "T" Lucy Peterson __ .._._....... 1.00 G. HUpp l __ .............. 1.00
A mild, pleasant-tasting combination of. simple laxative. R. J. Keen: Jr. .-....__-.-- .60 Mrs. H. F. Ludlow:.-?_.?.__. 10.00 !
Keen .. __ _.__..- 60 Owen-Cotter
Hubert
:- -- : Nellie; Best : 2.00 Jewelry Company
herbs with pepsin. Brings relief without griping'or, Doris Keen .-:.__....__..., .5tt Mrs. R. S. Roberts-------: 5.00 .

other discomfort. A trial bottle can be obtained free of Joseph Jefrordu Jr ......... .25 -yy i. Davis ... .-..,,....-. 4.00 : .. ,:
Mrs. Witha Sliuman ........ .60 j. B: Hale -?.....-__..._._.? 5.00 '
charge by writing to Dr.'W.' B. Caldwell, 458 Washington Mrs Mary Smith ____..., ,..50 Mach Bros. .__ :.... ____,.--.._ 30.00 Pho.e 4324 TAMPA 609 Ft..kIia.SL'1

Mrs. W. B. Crawford .1-:.. 5.00 G L. oivel., ..___J_.;._?.,_., 5.00
Street, Monticello, Illinois. Ii. Fleming _.. :--: ________*,, 25.00 R.; B McDonald _______.%___ 3.00 .

i Mrs. Clay Johnson __._u___- 5.00 ,; fnhnr"| __ .____.:... .., 600 \,1
Mrs. George Steffee -------- 1.00{ hire t 1.. npfer! Jr. r,0<' y5
Mrs. Ii. C. Stanford __--u__ 10.00 Mr and Mrs j T Burckhalter:" 6.00 "

LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS TO Mrs. W. B. Makinson __nn 10.00 j. w Busbee .?-________-__ 3.00
Mrs. Frank Woodall u_-___- 2.00 R. c Barber:" _____-____.__- 10.00 ,l
Mrs. R. S. Floyd uu___:____ 1.00 n1rs I,. w. piUy ______--__ 25.00
Mrs. J. M. Woodall: u______ 1.00 Mrs.; G. w Best .___________ 6.00 :J

'UNITED WAR WORK FUNDCORRECTIONS Mrs J. M. Johnston _,.u-___ 1,00'G. H Newhouse ____________ 6.00 )
M-s. J. B. Reese .-_____1____. 1 1'00 00 OMto Camp Fire _,-____----, 8.40' Will Shoes .
Mrs. Tom Woodall ---------- Mattie wheeler (V: G.-,, ..__.' 5.00 Sell. .

Mrs. 1}. M. Deyoreo ..._. GOO: Mal! Clyde Smith __-__<_uu 1.00 Jo8 Sears (V, B.) ___...._.._ 6-00 .' ,
nn __ ______ 25.00 vMHMMMlMliv! iilHBiH Z MCZM Z
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HiiiBH BM B H H 4
Mrs. H. Harper '"' u Arthur Gardner (V. B.) ___, 5.00(
Mrs. Ruby Sherouse ______ 5.00
W. 1I...Green, omitted by mistake . 1 -- I Ella if. .
Mrs. ----------1. McCranie Jr. ( B. 6.00
...... .. 5.00 Miss Ouida Malloy -_-_t___ 5.001 . > I '
week ( '
last Mrs. L. Bryan park'err\ :
Mona A. Huffman __ ______ 10.00 Mr. ,and -- Lawrence ( j,.j ?,, 5>()0l
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bailcy.ln- Mrs. Will Yates __-. _-_ ,____ 1.00. Mrs. E. S. Hall 1 ------------ 300 Murray Overstreet (V..B..) .. 5.00 For Cash '
____ 25.00 ___ 5.00 Only .
atead'of $5.00
,' --- -- Mrs. Seaver .____, 2.00'' Mrs. J, M. Lea - .du Wm. Schilder (V. BU ._____ 5.00 f
instead of -------- __ 1.00
_
Katherine Tiller _
Mrs. J. J. Farmer u \y BA- . .. 5.00
.
. _.. 6.00 Mrs. Roxy Seaver ____... .25 6.00 harry Arnold .'
$1.00 ,.. __ _:._:.- -_ -r Mrs. N. C. Bryan __-u v\ 5.00 J
___ 5.00 n. c. Trimble Jr ( B.)
Hansel
Correll ... 6.00 Mr, and Mrs. Ado .. 1.00 -
Mrs. Floyd Nancy Whale ---,----- K Koterion ( B. __ 5.00
instead of Mrs. Ada' Bronson ..__u____ 2.00 .. 1 pp Roscoe (VI )' ,
Miss Clara Tyner, Mrs DerbyshIre ------ ,- ______ 2.0G
__
Seaver ___
E.:' F. Collier .. 10.00 5'00 R. L. u rD
__ 5.00 -
__ _
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$1.00 ? ._______.r___ 2.50 I loin. D. W' Alderman ------ Cha. Andenon. ____ _'_ 1.5G This to notify ,friends and customers that after this date -
M. Kat, (additional)) __u____ 2500 Mrs R. I. Smith B. D. Hamilton __________u 5'00 u is my, : _
__ _
10.00C. Warran Frace _______ 2.00Mrs. "
Union Center 10:00:
Ira
Weatherbee. u
.. ________ 5.00
Mrs.Dorothy M. wellsV.Kat G.) ______-_ 5.00 H. Funk, Union Center___ 20.00 Claude It. Bullock Harper. ._.uuu. 10.00 Jack Kmg __ __..u________. 2.0G no shoes will be charged to 'any one under any circumstance,
I. II. Wetherbee Union Cen'r 5.00 Mrs. S. __--__ o no Russell Edwards (V R) ,___ 2 00 ,.

Mrs..,Ira Bass ...........--- 10.00 C.H. B.A. Duggar Myers,, Union Union- Center.Center.5.00. 10.00 S.Beatrice H. Bullock Page -u-_____-uu------ 5'00 5'00'! Jack Raymond Whidden Henderson',V. B.) -,-It.6.o0_;)... 5.00 The- government has fixed the. price of SHOES for all grades: '

Stella K. ,Donegan *.._...___" 5.00 Jw R. Byrd, Union Center.: ... 2.00 W. A. McCoot rdditionrl3.000 Wcv.siIS) and the profit will now be too small to permit selling them on charge- :
Mrs. S. B. Aultman _...?-.._ 5.00 II. ,C. Thomas, Union Center 2.50 Clr.ra pathway ( C.ol1BSumLiik, ( ) "
_
i r loin. Eugene Bryan __-..-... 5.00 Fred Union Center 5.00 Mrs. J. W Tramme l -; --::: !W Byron 'S. Artgel v. ---- 1.00 accounts. .
__ ____. 100 IIarveYf' Mr and loin. A. E. Smlth ( .B,)
_
Mrs. Wayne Allen Mrs. aye, Union Cen'r 2.00L. | .________ 5'00 Foster lIanklns V.' ) _h_ 1.0G '
< Nettle Hatch .- .....-__..... 3.00k E. Partin, Center Park... 6.00 F. De Z. Smith .. _- 50 Jesse Bowen (V.' B.), .__-__ 6.00 .1
Hubert > Smith ......_.___._ 1.00 Sidney Sharp, Center Park.. 1.00C. Mr. Bud H>rrelson __u,._ 10'00 Charles Base Je (V. ,B.) __ 5.00()( Our StockHiowever: \ will. be kept fully up to the u.ualal.ndard, ;; \,

Billy' Smith ., --- ..------ '1.00 E. Robinson, Center Park200 J. A. Barclay ------.------" 10:00 Thomas Quirk '(V-),,, B.)' ____'"'_ 1.00 and we will continue",to handle a full line of the best quality' Shoes
Winfred Smith .--__--u.:_-. 1.00 S. C. Partin Center Park___: 10.00 iS' RMffw' ----- ----- 50 George Singleton (V 'B.) __ 1.50
t } Mrs. Leon Bass ......i 1.00 W. D. Simmons, Center Park 2.00 Campbell ------ 1'00 Harold W>n8on (((, B.F._.._ 2.00 t for, Men. Women and Children and solicit 'your continued patronage.,
Mrs: Joseph L'Barber --il.. 500 R. C. Partin, Center Park___,. 1000() I.Mrs. K. S. Johnson -------- 5'00 Alfred WUUon (v< B.) ____u 2.00() tyH.

Mrs. W. E. Smith _________- 2.00 W. M. Milar, Center park. .50 .Mrs.. Fripp ---- ..-'-hA""haV" Milton Bell (V. B.) __..__-.. 1.50 "j
L.'G. Green ; ...-...... 5.0C J. M. Sharp, Center Park..._ 1.00C. Cash from mother 150 Hansel Johnson (y| R) ..__.. t.?? : '
,J. II. Leonard--._..___..__- 1.00 C. Roberts, C enter Park_ 500 a boy in France----- 6.00 Cecil Whaley (V. B.) ._____ 5.00 '
Fannie M. Leonard ........ .50 Center Park__ 10.00C Ulr; Chapman(V. B.) ------ 1.00 Raymond Tyner (V B.) ____ 5.00
TANFORD
CO
J. A. Barclay, ? C. S
'" ', Rev., J.- J. Farmer .____._____ 6.00 S. Partin, Center Park5.0G D/n Oliver , .
j \s R R Hamilton, Klssimmee Pk ,6.00'Mn H. V.* Partin, Center Park_. 10.00 Christian May (g-G.\ --- '5'00 NjchoU8 (VrB.) ,__ 1.00 :t

.; Seamon, Kissimmee Park 5.00 Fred Austin, East Lake.__-'.. 2.00J. IJ. M< Bryant i ii:: 600: James G. hankie (V.; B.) _. 1.00() ,
It Owen P. McCabe Kissy Park 5.00 T. L. Tindall, East Lake..,. 2.00 Wade I I. r'bam'pbSu6.00 Eddie Green (V.B.) .._... 2.00 \
r' ?}! D. E. Kemerer Kissy Park.,.. 25.00 G. L. Sullivan, East Lake__. 5.00 I E. E: rint ramT bell:::: 500 Roy Hublnjr (V. 8.\u) too I ',
'.. Mrs. Hall __._ _-_--:.-__- 5.00 Joe Bass, East Lake._..___ 3.00 R. C. ..thm e, ampbefll .50 EustIs Peake (V. B.) ____... 1.50Caianbeli
'1 -.. Mrs.; Flora B. Lee .......... 60.00 Alma Knits (V. G.)-__-____ 1<<00 John poo .. .25 Louise Mary (V. G.),._.:._r.._, 1.00 ,
,> Mrs. 'D. G. Wagner. --__-__. 2.00 Evelyn Elam (V. G.) __-___ 5.00 A. B. Roberts, Campbell--: '25 Emma B. Quirk (V. G.) .... 14)0)
*., Maude Alice Wagner -__-__ 3.00 Geraldine 'Lesley (V. ,.G.u) __;; 6.00 Jal. Thompson, .." -.. 25 Pansy Outlaw (V. G.'l.) ,"-!O.8.00 ..'
Miss Mabel Bowen ___...... 1.00 Eleanor Rosen (V, G.)...._., 1\\y., 5.00 .1j:' A. Brown. amobeil.: .-.-- .25 Carroll Makinson? (V. G.) -ad7 1.00
Miss Maude Thomason ...... 200 U:! P. Gilbert Campbell-: OSCEOLA HOTEL THE4verlandW.G'ara
1.00
Marie Harper (V. G.) .* Jones (V. G.) >..,. ., 1.00
{
Kenansvlle, ?
< Ethel Wilder ... ,....... 2.00 Louie '
Miss Mist Clara Tyner ,...... ,...., X1.00'' Robbie L. Martin.V..' G.T) J 5.00 ClareVnceBGuy) ,.........."-.. ....,.. ,I,o.? I 5-00 School Senior .Class ..y,:. 25.00 :
:
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Janie Martin (V.: G.) .. : 5.00 1)00' Mr,. FS Cornell : : ; 5.00 Winter
.t ) \ Will.ope.tfot' the )Fall. and, .
Miss *Robinsons ;:;, 10.00( Jas ,\Coat, :I', : **.
Ethyle < -
S.
1.60 neville.- *
rt yt- --- Elsie P. Welch '(V.G..);::-_- : 6.OOC.: E. Altman"---S1---- 10.00 i'
___ ._ <:__ 15.00 Knight 12th. '
: A. Season. Sept.
Crawfordi
W. B. : : ? Helen Winn (V.' G.) ___ 5.00 A. .S. R : SMpr iV now under new' management.
-- Trexel Cen-
Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Cadel____ 25.00 Eunice Rivers (V. G.)__.... 1.66 Mr. and M rs. 4A.. 6.00 Mrs. G.' B. Quinn, .______a.. 1.00 Families contemplating spending All work on'all makes of and
,. Miss Ualf)woy'u': : : 1/)0 __.. 1.00Ililda t Park '---" 20:00: _.____ cars,
V. G. Bellow
Ida 1.00
I Barber ( ) -i'e"i---Pk Mrs. Lee '
Virginia ... w the winter In Kissimmee will Had
Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck _,; .____ 2.00Mrs. ( Mn. n;. Jacobs; marine work done promptly Frank
Barber (V. G.)________ 5.00 8. ; Pl'rk10.00 Jame hiard, Union Center 3.00 .
isd
Center accommodations
Nell __ ____._ 2.00 Partin our pleasand
Roirero Jno. ,
u V. G. __ 5.00 S732 G
Wilhelminia Carson ( ) 1. -Crook 6.00 Osceola Lodge No. 'J.' Jones is in charge of the:repair
"MI... Ethel Gilbert _______- 1.00 Hazen Nicks (V. G.)________ 1.00 Reboot Shingle --- -- home-like. .
++ } Miss .Ruby Whidden _... 1.00 ML W. Morrow, Shingle Creek 2.00: -
-"- Minx V. G. ________ 1.00 department.
Temple ( ) RATES REASONABLE
Mrs. Rodney Snyder .___-_-.. 200 Pierce (V. G.)_____, 3.00 F A. Babb, Shingle Creek 4.50 2.50'The Following Donations Are From

Miss Dixie. White ____.;_--- 6.00 F.'G.Madge; Duke (V, G.)._.._____-_ 6.00 W. O. Bronson Shingle Creek 2.00 I Our Colored aUreng.. MRS. W. H., ARNOLD f. H. TYNER
Mgr.DON'T
]{. H. Britt ____. _________ 6.00 1. P. .
: Balard Col.) ________ 1.00,; : : a Fleming' ,
Rosa ( urKn5rffllg 5,00 f& liar PROPMtTRCSS:
'Mr* -Seymour :..._.:__'-_-_*..- 5.00 Albert P. Martin, (Col.) ____ 5.00 2.00 __ ___:;::::: 28

,t-- Miss M.;, Davidson .____u,___ 6.00 Mrs. E. L. Westfall..______ 10.00 J.r ( 5:25: HanieHenry Greens_ ______-::____ 5.00 k
Mildrend 2.00 John ? C. II. .,_ ___ 6.00 .
Miss Turville uu Miller---------------{- 500 -- -- - - -- -

,, W.. I. 'Barber ______________ 20.00 Sam Dr. J. C. Davis 1:00: Alonzo Green .,____ 2.00 C. Penelles _..__.._ ___-______ 2.25
Mrs. J. A. Barclay__________ 1.00 -- 1.00 DavIs .-------- 5.0G Mary Tyler (V. G.) ... __ 500 LET. A COLD: 1
Reed (V. G ) Moll u ,
Irene :
Nov. 27th to. Dec 6th Mrs. E. D. ,Katz____________ 5.00Mrs. V.,, r'.) --- 500 Page . 1.00 Ethel Randall (V. G.) __ -__ 500 .
Tiller ( -
Mary. -------
_______ 2.00 Rosa Lee Smith 2.00
Brooks__
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H C.
--- Millie Ingram (V. G.) __ 5.00 .
Caroline (V. G.) 5 OQ Un ;
Fripp :
An Mrs. F. H. Luke_-_________? 1.00 Norma Griffin (V.' GJ) --_-_--__ 5.00 James Chandler 2.00 Bemeva Allen (V. G.) _____<. 5.00 KEEP 'YOUAT-HOME, '
Advantageous Mrs. E. G. Vans Agnew____ 5.00 u__ Wather8 5.00 Ctrrie Silas (V. G.) ____ 6.00 .
Mary Smjrletary (V. G.) 6.00 uu
M. Evans--------, 10.00 n Rosa v Ga l Time to Do Your Mrs. R. C. H. 3.00 Sarah Clark (V G.) 6.00 Joseph Freman .- 3.00 Margaret' Sutton' (V. G.) __u. 500 Dr. Kng"N W Dfccorety .....
Mr. and Mrs. Moody. ---------- Irene Rogers (V. G.) __,. 500 . .
V G. 10.00
Blanche Davis ( WllKerion u
... 10.00 Beatrice 1.00
Mrs. Ernest Mach .. ._, almost never falls to
?- Beatrice Andrews (V. G.) _. 5,00Nellie
Christmas Sarah Rowland .....__.___. 2.00 Grace Gilbert (V.' G.) --.. 5.00 I Lou Hadley .. 1.00 '
Shopping Margaret Waring (V. G.) .. 1.00 liadl Lesano (V. G.) ........ 500 bring quick retie f o' '
_______ 1.00 Lee g. v 100 .
Peterson .
Mrs. Lucy -""T"" James Zanders (V. B. .... 6.00 I
Mrs. Nannie Wai la r ....---- 1.00F. Harold Burkam (V B.) _... 5.00 I"James Kirby, .f _: :___ 500 Samuel Mitchel (V. B.)) ____ 500 Small doses once in awhile% and thaf
;i You will have the opportunity C. Bryan ......_______, 6.00 Willie Gilbert ( \ B.) ..- 1.00 Robert Yeomans "rr__-- l LOO Ivory Gaulding (V. G.) ._ 500 throat-tearing, lung-splitting. coWli'.
of attending the Florida Mrs.. John Coble ___uu. 2.00 H. R. Dale (V. B.) ------' 4.00Victory| norton .. _.t_._ 2.50 Walter Johnson (V. a __u 6.00 soon quiet down.' Another dose an a
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'V State 'F.ir'.nd Exposition the Mrs. W. H. Swain______--__ 2.00 Savings Bank Osc. Pharmacy .37c; H. Moore _________uu 1.00 Leroy .Rivers (V. B.) .....u. 500 hot bath before Jumping Into bed a'' .
38th Annual National Farmers'Congress '",. D. Katz ___-____________ 10.00 '-1. A. Blackwell 10.o0Jamea, I,. Sutton 2.60lire. Johnnie Randall (V. B.) __ 500 deep, and back to" normal in.1 t
_____ ____ 2.00 Buttorff -- 5.00 Ida Ashton __ ______ 5.00 u morning. -
Whidden
C, A. ""u ------ Romeo Johnson (V. B.JL) __ 1.00 .
y1 and 38th Pan-Ameri Y. Tindall _________________ 3.00 dre. Paul K. Weaver' f.00jamg| Garfield ,.' .____::.- .50 Charlie Farmer (V. B. ___u___ 1.00 Dr. KlngV New'Discovery':
hi can International( Farm and J. ________ 25.00 Mrs. Marie DuPont. Lewd jackson ..50J. known. for fifty. It's
Vf Caylor' uuu Lucius Wright .. .......... .50
Livestock Exposition as well at T. C. Watson ___-__________ 600 I. J. Woodall 2.00 ,Jameil Lawson Oapheny Smith _. __ _..... 500 relieving Fort: COl and
________ ___ 10.00 S. B. Story 10.00 WaUer Howard __ '________, 5.00 *- attack years it bees
that R. M. Moseley ...... __
of shopping at Furchgott's.thereby u C. B. Benton ___. 5.00 ,
W. M. Skinner ..__..________ 1.00 .dntaia everywhere. A
1 ______________ 6.00 I JUHOUS Anthony 6.00 dablere i < 1
\1. O. Wells Hodge .. _.__________ 2.00Cleve "
saving .considerable, T Rarer ________ 6.00Otis Mrs. Byers .. ...___........ 1.00 Sn::?...na. Green. __ BOO Amy ref thaTyou yourself or aay )
John Miss Sue Watson ___.___ __ J -:::::::::: : Lewter .. .-'....___.,.. 1,00 I member yourfarrulrcan take safely,
your*holiday purchases. Stevens .:_.:::::.::::. 6.00 u J-OOjTommie Moore .. 6.00
George Rose .. .....______. 1.00
Mrs. Price ... ......___...... 1.00 .
is Thousands upon thousands Nina D. Brattan .._______u 5.00 Eliza Bunn .. __-_______. ___ 5.00 Ezekiel 'Tyler __........ .50 Wlu oe.Stubbornfowelrc'help
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Mrs. Hale .. __ _________.. 1.00Jannle, McNeal _. _..____,__ 5.0GM1'8. -
of ,beautiful and practical giftsliave M. J. Crowder ______________ 10.00 Fannie Body. __ .50 nature take' Its .course, not
Grace Graves __....__ kt
_. .. 10.00 Smtth _,______-: __. 10.00( Howard.---------
Alberta Hopson with violent .,
I been assembled here and II. Jones ?_ w__:_____uu________ 10.00L. Mrs. H. P. Suhl __--____..._ 200'Dan Gaulding .._ ________ 1.00 John Eddie,Manning __ ___....-.- 1.00. .50 tirt, but a with ,gentle habit-forming but certain purp-and*' },'

+ :'" aside, from the price advantages M. Kenton ____________u 10.00 Rev W B Golden, (additional) 26.00iWillie Jones .. ________;.___ 5.00 Timothy Washington; _. ._._ .26 natural-laxative. Dr. King's New Life H
ky it is a pleasure to choose from B. Pherigo __ _____-________ 16.00 O. C. McLean .......___--_- 10.00.; Lillie Moore .. _________.__ 5.00 Juroy 1.00 Pills. Tonic in action It stimulates the
;. such immense varieties. Since G. R. Dayson .,____-__-____ 5.00 Mrs. C. H. Grantham --.--_ 1,00 L. C. Allen ....---------.-- 6.00 Anna D. McL--------------.. 6.00 (lax bowels.Sold bydruKgUt*everywhere.

this is to be 'practical Christ. C. F. Burrows ____________ 10.00II. E. E. Wells ---.__________ 10.00 ID.. C. McLain ______________ .60 Leo 'Hodge _. _________ __ 1.00 'I
Mrs. Sarah Cohoon ........ 2.00 I ? -
I M. Bass 10.00J. Bertha Allen __ ____________ 5.00
." call special attention -T--------- W. Harris _____ Carrrie Bell Eady. .......... 1.00
B.
m. we Whidden __ 10.00 Mrs. u ? 5.00Annle, Howard __ _______ __ 3.00
D. uhuu Freeman ..' __ .. A. B. Williams (Cot) ..,. _
.(tE: : to the superb collections of Everett< Bass .. ._______.... 1.00 Lucy R. Buckets .._:.__.._? 5.00 Annie F. Sutton _________-_, 2.60 Howard Maglr e. F.. Smith ....:__'-_ 1.00 1.00 Sallie' Harris, (Col.) __?_ __-__ ,6.eo..fIG it ;"
___ __ 8-00 -- ,
M. Rivers .
Mrs. T. Frank __ ______ __ 10.00 '....
women's misses: boys'and and Children. 7.00J. u Leonard
; men s, Mrs. Hartnett u Charlie Terry.. ._:____ 1.00 Willie Clark (Col.) ...___ 2.60Artt.vl
r children's apparel "TOY W. Goodman .____________ 6:00 Mary E. Coble., ..--_..-.... 2.00 jerry Bunn __ __-____.._:.__ 6.00 Arthur"Allen --. 1.00 Permenter (Cola) .- 1.00. '
J. W. Wilder _________. 2.00 ---Y-------* - ;
the delight 'of all V. E. Donegan -.________..- 15.00 Mrs. FAnnie Davis 6.00 Charley Griffin .. _.,......, 1.00 Wm. Muse, ( ) ______ _...;. .26
;.A. TOWN.: f W. __..__....,..._______ 6.00 M. A. 5.00 .
W. catil ,
X. Ivey Clara Coats .. _______..... tooHenry'Greeri Cute) ..._ :_ too
........ 1- 1
'youngsters is more magnificent H. Grantham ............ 5.00 Mrs. F. A. Souders S.W. M. J. Andrews_____.____ 5.00 .... ....... 1.00 lia Js.m.s (Col.) .___u_""_ ,,'S0> .
lni: ; 1 than eter-<-inany new andinteresting C. L. Bandy ._________._ 10.00Su..n Mrs.' L. V. Story _-----:.--- 2-00'Bert Jones Jr, ___.,___?.;_._ 1.00Mt Mary Leone ((V. G.)) ., __ 5.00 Agnes SmltlCol..) .... ..; 2.60
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_____ .
Mrs. M. Cosner 1.00 --
and .. __ __
_. _ 1.00
Backofln .. 5.00 Flossie Smith J. :
: features that will M .Ed Co .) .._ 2.25
Singleton .
'f T ''--- u Lillie May Aker' ..._____.... 1.00Mabell.Soloenon (
: -
.. .. .
L. 601
Skinner
Mrs. M. ____
_. _._ 1.00 ;
Allen __ .
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S. R Chapman ____.....-.. 5.00 Mary Richard Reed Col. ._-....L.General .
1.80
1
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)
% make their dance with joy. 1.00
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__ .... u.-
eyes 5.00 -
Wood ..
Mrs. 'Theodore'
Tyner' Radalt .. _._____. 1.00 ,
__ 25.00G. :
J. M..Itansel. _. '
) Jones Col. ..._. 5.00
-.---. - Clarence Blue. (Col.) ...... 1.00 ( ) .
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Mrs. H. B. Hudson ____.. 6.00 Catherine Jones .. ___ ___ 1.00 : $:t
Hammock 6.00
t .c... with. the entire' family! C.., M.S. Breaker ,...'i'----__-____ __ 6.00 Mrs, D.' R., Stroup._........ 2.50 I Robert Allen.. _-___.::_-..___ 1.00 Horace.Whttef (Col._ )_ ______ 3.00 Annie Sam Williams M. Ateca (Col.Col.) 'V____* 6.00 3.50 'II
Will ( .
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.' i ''Mak FurchjoK's. Store. yew. L. ,H. Gedg '_-' _-_____.____ 10.00 loin; Sarah..R.-'Smith ........ .1.00 (Arthur, Allen ._ '...,._,_.--. 1.00 Will; ,Whkaker (u Col.) .._ ,*_ 2.00 'M. L.. Chisobn (Col.) ..Z .-.-.. 1.00 "oJ
) ...... .. Mrs E.' 1;. Green _.___.... 1.00wenie Tyler .,. -._ ___ . 1.00 <
J.:_Z. Roberson . 10.00 :;;; -, Fred Alex Haynes Col.-...... '
"McDonald (Col.) ____.. 2.00 ( : 6.001
....... WV11 ireye R. S. ,Robert .._______ _,, .. __. '
JacksOBrffle c1 10.00IMay( Biven .. __ ._ 1.00
t . Reo. -Aldortnan: _..______.,___ 5.00 ; --? Will Jackson-(Cot) :::. :.__ 2.00 U. O..of F.SCo1.( ):: ,_ _... 10.00'J. "
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\ Milton' Pledger _' .____.. 5.00 -Jameti. .____... r. : .
a Allen 6.00
C. '3r Nelson _____,,____ 6.00, -? ;; .i; R. Randall. Cot 5.00' '
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*. ,:, ktartr, ,welcome, ? Z. Bass, -'."-.:._......... 3.00 .- Richardson ,___.:-_.___ 1.00 Pete/ Sanders (Cola') ,-.-.-- 2.00 ( ) _. ;:,.
No.Worn In a Healthy. Child. Mrs. D.' Q.,McKay. -.-.,._?._\ 2.60 f,John:"Green;,, ... '...__..__' 5.00 John Newton (Cot) ____.. 2.00. Sleep and .1.
All,ckUdrM tnabliNi .kl.> worms ......sa- Mr. and.Mra. J. L. Overstreet 50.00 Pearl Witherspoon..., -...... 6.00 Barney Thompson (Col), .-...' .2.00Charley : Rest.
'h It' boKhy color,which Indicate p.oc blood>and a.a' A. D. Story ._.....-___.?_... 10.00 1 Mattier'Green; .. ._|..--__,__-_.' 6.00 'vrMoorst' (.Cot) T i...... 2.00 ,.? One of",the''most, common'caosei of .
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:':; '.\IIt\ : rule then mar or eeIIGROVE'BT4S'J'D.ES8 tflMwrtme* Will Hancock' .!u ..r.;:_-J.t. 6.00 Rer. G.'W..Greens:; 6.00 ) ,1.75 : Insomnia and restlessness is.indiges\ *,.,' --: . ;fi
.thM ..... w ehUl Mrich.TONIC ti ta-. blood ngolarirfotwoOT Immrr Wi C., Base'.....:.._......'.... 6.00 j Charlie..Hogatt and..wife, -.._ 10.00 Henrieta, ,.Kink) .I.Co1.l- ,__.... 5.00 i tion.: Take'one :' '" '-tkg
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Jacob Bonje ...
.tk. sad Aviie' King ..' ......__..;.,: 6.00.RuthiWtiherepoont 5.00 : ; ( -,r.5.00 of.Chsmb.rlaJnPeill 1
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.jaw.-f1orWa.f: to t....rholnr. .* MB..Matm wUI tb ntbraw Mrs..<8. ILupfer-......*._ 6.00 Harry.Bryan...., ._,...........w 6.00 W. R'Bredshasi (Col.) i..v 3.00 ''let'-iml! ;: ., : ? . .
T: ffodl.plth......cad&be Child will txIf Mrs.'. Dora S... Lee _-.,:..._... .25.00 Mary Cadla .. ....__*..... 2.00 Prince WUlUms k:: , i

: ) ". - I j I.. .embat./. HekIa. PMwst.*..... Stepwbottto.. ,,,Ror.Bell, -* ...,.............. .2.00 ;C. PeneUes,, ,Jr. ..._.._____,--. 1.50 I Muse, (CoL) ..........":'" 2.00 better They only.cost, *.Jjaartory. \ (f i :.tdii.1 : ; I


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_' .. =1 IIiufW'lI" :VALLR:GAZETTI. .J'OVIIINIt"2Z, IMSSUDS mi lE'+ '


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: Proceedings, of J2 D !"ll.BJD! \ BDIi ,
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The Board of Public Instruction of '

Osceola county met in regular'; session.

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TV/pUIONSof.Great! as-fces like fine
1 on November '4th there' being' some'
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1VJL glorious I i
.urging present W,, C. Bus Chairman; W.
i1 bubbling suds R. Lanier and J. II. Baisden; also

through the water-driving dirt out C \ blend of
I E. Towell, superintendent coffee but
N
of dotbeA, How fast they do work .
The minutes of the last meetingwere O .
-here. there,, everywhere Into
corner* the fibre Of the,I.I.throagb' read and approved. Ifl : C

doth rightgarment. down to the hem of the J Financial statement of County contains caffeineTfe
And look at the dirt} it t School Funds, for the month. of October i no+ "' I. "
Just: roll out;It can't hide anywherenot 1 if 18: '

a peck left when GRANDMA -RNERAL. SCHOOL FUNDTo

I is after it GRANDMA Just drives t. bal from laat report-.-._.. U6t.11 \
dirt out and gobble it up. Clevis To racelpti during month..> 170B.JT unusually attractive taste: of ,oII

an .CRANDMAIaaPbt.d n.d S4IZ.II 0
Soap. No cutting: or chipping and By 'war. Issued during month 1110.61 ,I 1 .

Wash the Woolen Sock DO more wasting of bar soap DOW. Bal on hand oct it. Uta -_-? 1I 1.8I m. ,,. : .
You Knit with Grandma b-Srkal Plstrirt N. 1. I
To bal from l..t report_-.-$ I8I.OS '-. ii
To receipts during month..--' .11 . .1' N'Sta'NT 1 0.
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GRANDMA'S Powdered W' .' : ; :
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Soap By war. Issued during mo...... 101.OO :,, :ifl
To bal. on-hand Oct II, 19U2S7.1t I \
n.b-arke.l niMrlrt N.:,.. Jft . :
To bal from last report__.__., Mt.10 >,>...... ...
ur"Crocer, Has It To receipt during. month .... .60 @ ....:,.' .. 'r" ,POSTU M' 1 4

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I Ir I..ued. mo.83.70 UU.10By .01 .<-tee.r,
war during < "".. \ Q

-. Tobal on hand Oct. II, 1118? 110.00 1 J.: 1
Sab-Srh**! Il..Hrt N*. S. l W
ONLY SEVEN SCHOOLS IN A CORRECTION, To baL from last report---.t "'.11 : .

STATE ENTER W. W. S. CONTEST I Milliard's Island, Nov. 19, 1918.. - By war laiiued during .month.. 46.0 I .

k.t'' Editor ValleyGazette. ., Kissimmee, To' 'baL: on hand October IMntrirt 11 N.-.- "111..11.1 -.- .....,. ,makes many people prefer i ito it: 'i : j jg

Only seven schools in the State of Fla. To bat from lat report......ITo 8.1' .

Florida hare -.0 far entered the eon Dear SirI\ want to correct an -error bal.en hand Oct. 11._..__.__$ 61.71 ., coffee.And Nt '
;. test for the $250 in War Savings II.b-Srh.*l I>l. rlrt N.. a. .
in last week's'paper'James'Hil
:To baL .....
from last report. .8.TO .
Stamps offered by lion. J. W.'Archibald Hard was in Artillery, instead of .Infantry 'By- war.' Issued during mo.... 1.10 -' you can make each 'I 1 1o
cup
a. to the
of Jacksonville
\ prit stated. There' i. bal. _....... .
as paper To 'on hand Oct. 11, ; $ 14.40 .
t 'school which buys the,most War Savt nothingbut arts lacy In Camp Jackson !:" ''Warrant were examined and cancelled 's+ron{ or mild Just :as :
I In open session aa follow: you ,
Stamps and 'the
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Ings '. per capita, and it is the largest camp'in the tten.ral School Fund ......I1046.S1 .
acbeol which aelll the most.War. SavIngav Sub-School District No.. 1. .... 7.00
south. Rub-8chool ni.trlct No. 'I .... lt.7 wish By amount
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varying-the ,
SUrrrppercapita.. Please change'this and oblige: Sub-Beh..' District No. '1 __.!,. >6.00 :
for Sub-School District No., 6 .... ',10 .
The entrance this contest closjes .
),{.RS..T. K.-HJLLIARD. Bill ; >r approved and warrantalaauctf of Instant M
F' ''December 1, and all schools in the :b follow: : e : m' used. per ,
O. B.! sal
Towell. supt.0100.00W .
state;I are urged to'enter it, as they 'ChaMberlala'e1Coughi i Remedy. O Baas M B P I---......... -4.00
will be) e-ven credit for the work they \ecauae'other W R'iierMBPI.......... 6.40 = 1 1
v Do not imagine that t J H Baladen.'M-B P I.._.-::.._ ..1.00Z 'cup. .
,have 'already done: ,during the year cough medidnes!'l Wed to .give yon 8 Cx) attorney ,___-.._. lt.fl( .

that I. past.Conditions. relief.that it will be'the.'cams' with Bratton Preabytcrlan 4k Oulce.Church. rent rent._..-.......... -6X 8.11><. : '

jl' can'be had of;the local Chamberlain'sCough',Remedy. J,Bear P Ml.Saunders* Alblna rent Smith__._aaU_-___art._--... y eo.nl*...00 m. A Trial Is -Convincing OJ 1
'Savings
War Chairman, orby addressing in mind'that'from a small beginning MI.. Rhea Pherla-o. office wk.. '1.011
State Director, War Sav- R M Evan., sal principal......' 100.00 'f
? this remedy has gained a world Wide ... .
Miss Almenla Leltner. sch 1 130.00ML .
'i logs, Jacksonville, FU.. reputation and \nimense sale. A Eleanor Moieley *al ach 1 100.00 m i There .&' Reason"the : :
eel 1 100.00
Osceola. High School entered this Mla Annie Whitener ach
medicine must have 'exceptional merit Ml.* .Pattle Martin, sal ach 1.. 100.00 .
contest when it was first announced, to win esteem wherever it become Miss: Belle P Coper, aal *ch l._ 10O.OI 'fl.
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aal ach 80.00Mra
Min Margaret Veach. I
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if the friends the
1' and and'patrons'of known. F C'Bryan, aal aoh 1...... SO.OO
I schoolwill rally to its 'support, weIr MI.Ml... Lillian Lola Lawler Prentl, sal. aal ach ach 1..I80.00... 80.00 lQm\ [ =@ft) !! D=G'5@] CJ om !mCD

stand ai good chance of winning. Subscribe for the Valley' Gazette. Ml Cleo Wooldrldg..al ach 1 80.00KC4.
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/.__. Vf!....l.l....._ ..*.lll... .., sal ._*_*.. 1.... _BA_.n AA
Mr. F C Edward. aal ach 1...., RO.OO Jo.rd.,adjourned 'until the next ooooooooo..o..o.. t..OO..OO.O..O .OO..OO.! . ..
Mra J W Trammel aal ach 1._ 110.00MI.
F f. RED CROSS FAMILY REMEDIES. .. Croella Overatreet. 1.. 80.00 regular meeting, Monday, December '..
MI. Ix>ule Thomaaon-a'l ach 1 80.01
MI.. M O Bryan, sal ach-.... 80.00 2nd.
::1. Many: able Chemists and Doctors. were called into. servl'9 in perfecting this Ml... UlllanDnl*. sal ach 1.__-. 80.00 .. Nave"Cleaned Up' l
.. Our Boys
line of Red Cross Remedies MJn- Russell sal ach 1. 1I0.tlO( :
This is an se of Specialists, and while one may'hats distinguished achieve- MiK! Ruth Clarkaal ach. 1.:'__1 80.00 80.00 DOCTORS SAY CALOTABS (
sal ech
I;. ttents to his credit In one particular line another is excelling in something else Mlaa Minn Cdna Klon flchwelkart Oulce, Hal "ch 1.80.00.
40> That very thing makes possible for us to have a Red Cross Remedy for eachailment Mla Emma Yowell sal *ch 1.. 00.00 The Kaiser The Hun and t
lJ and enables us to give the consumer more than we promise charge for. Ml*. Nellie McQuarrle, sal ach 1 (6.00 ARE. BEST FOR COLDS :
f i" Each formula is compounded with as much care and precision .. if our MI.. Eva Nlcwonger. sal arh I, 110.00Mr. < -
Rhoda Lucas. sal ach 8.00.00
entire success depended upon that one Remedy. That's why NEUROTONE Miss* Myra Hodges sat *ch .._ .66.00 ;According to the; world's greatest '
repairs shattered nerves, and Red,Cross STONE ROOT and BUCHU puts Mra a W McOowan sal ach 10.. 66.00 German Autocracy! ,
,your! kidneys in a normal and Healthy' condition. Mr Evelyn Hall.-BRl ach 11_._ 11.76 physicians and medical experts,",cal ,

_Red; Cross Remedies are not Patent Medicines.- The formula is printed Mrs A A A Knight A Knight, sal ach sal ach 11...It.._...,....'100.00 70.00 omel is the best and only dependable .

on each carton in plain ingUah.o that you know what they are composed of N H Bullard. aal aoh lt.._.;.' 187.60 remedy for breaking"up:"a" cold : 't I
... and what you are taking. More than one hundred Red Cross Remedies and, Mra Lour I..... Sal ach 16___... .1.00 night or cuttina.hort; an attack' of r y
Miss Kate CnpllnKer, aal sob It 80.00 i
Toilet Preparations: are cold and guaranteed only by
Mlaa'Mertl.* Fletcher, sal aoh 16 80.00 sore throat, deep-seated cough, influenza 1 '
< CENTRAL DRUG STORE. Mia Jessie Doollttl. sal ach I- 80.00 A Wonderful Achievement
W' Jk Miss! Katherlna Bbadoan, aoh 16 !!.!! or la grippe. Now' that
- -- Miss M.ry Florence. ul son in BU.VU science,hag purified calomel of all its
. Miss Emma Tyson sal ach 16.80.00
.;. Mia star Pal'.*,.. sal ItCh 16. 80.00 nausea ant dangerous qualities, the
k Miss IJlHan Ide. sal .ch. 11_.__ 80.00
sal ach 16 80.00 new 'kind of calomel called "Cabo-
MI. Freda
Doollttle.
Mla Ix>ttl.. noollttlff sal ach 16 60.AO tabs" is even more popular than the '. Let us now "cle 'up" at home at',once ,
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Mm sal ach IS. 66.00 > "' '* < '
iSfifi.'Y ?< *
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8 F J.ottle"HUft't ch- 10........ 60.00 :old: style., ;', ' ''Y'II"'I" atfaIrs.&M''\ .
Pearl Johnston. sal sch 10,,.... 46.00 '!One'Ca'btab on the tongue at bed ,r'i'.l;"' : : / '
q, / L L Mell.*ea'Robervon, sal ach tO. '46.00 ;! t. ), ti"" ,
MI.Hattie Ola King Campbell aal ach sal 10 ach____11___._. 46.00 60.00 time"with a swallow of.w.terth.t'lan. ': !J;: . are asking; all our customers to "clef up' in

M A Johnson .sal ach 15___... 46.00 .. No saltsno, nausea nor ''theUghteat"interference full all accounts that they owe us.betwesn now'
Miss. Fannie Addison sal sch 17 66.00 with
Miss Lulu Ormond sal sen II.. 60.00 your diet and the close of the year 1918, -that is,..during : ,,
Cora Qauldln, sal ach 11...-.- 46.00 work r'pleasures. Next morningyour
ft ,1 ,r1r' Miss Edith Nliwonger, sch 28.. 66.00 cold has vanished and the next. weeks. Be sure' to give this your 6r
L L Jordan. >aal ach 40______. 16.00 your
Miss Mary Addison sal ach 4.__ 66.00 whole system Is purified and refresh personal attention.If .
Alblna Smith, car 14.H5
Mis Waters A Carson, .expense__.. 1.11 ed.. Calotabs are sold only in original '
.I\ free nooks, 1.78 cannot raise the we will
Wenner-Hawyer sealed packages, price thirtyfivecents. you money
Klav TeL Co., office phone.... 1.70 ,
A H Drought insurance 16.60 Your druggists recommends .
t-----_..__ accept Liberty' Bonds and War
Announcement o B Wood all. Ian ach 1__. 11II.00l"'haa ,
and Calotabs and will
: T..kwl. ten soh 16 10.00deorge guarantees refund -
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t ,, Chandler, :janitor anh SO 8.00 the price' if you are not delighted Saving Stamps in paymentof
O R Woodall attendance officer 16.00J
,
Z Roberson disinfectants __ 1.00 with them.advCOMMUNICABLE .
; Alex Haynes, wood -._?*.- 67.60 your ,8ccou nt.
t To help meet the .needs of the Caiell... DISEASES AND '

Onceola Hdw Co,' supplies.' _____ 1.16 PLEASE DON'T BE A SLACKER: a
Valley Gazette printing mln'h1.00 SCHOOLS.
1- government, 'Wrig ley'shas State Bank Interest and stamps 80.00 ---- Your respectfully. .
BSD fund loan from gen fund 100.00 ,
Frederick Die Co. disinfectant 71.60 The opening of schools in the falls

.j! discontinued, the use, of::tin foil Mra Rhoda".10-1 Iuraa blstrlet sal. ach N.11....I..' 10.00 usually marked'by an'increase in WATERS & CARSON .6ROCfRY.CO. i iacute j
Miss Myra Hodare sal ach *.. 10.00 the number of communicable diseases.
vvt*.c* .i> > O "W 10.- 10.00 . :
i ,as "a wrapping for i I JUICY FRUIT ArE Drought Insurance. 16 44.00. Seasonal changes are considered
W1 B Maklnon Co., sup ach 16.. 11.00 have 'Influence 'but the 'real
to
; Chaa Levi, atten. of. and wood.. 77.00H 10m; I 40106 o oooo.oo..o.o.o.. oo..ooo..oooooo ..o.o. r+
-Hartley supplies, ach a.. 13.109.h.ekenl explanation ,.is mainly represented in ------

t ; L L Jordon, sal ach nivtrlet'No.40.......S.. 16.00 two f.ctors--the schools and the
' Mra Evelyn Hall sal sob 11- S.KO child. The damaging influence upon cold_ or sore throat until examined : ever known, and'fed 'Ourselves "and
Hereafter all three WRIGEEY Hdb-Mr-iool IH.trt..t N.. S. .
Mrs Ixittla Huff, sal sch 18- 10.00J the health of the children from the by a physician and obtain our allies, and despite ,that' r
H B.Uden labor sob It.-_ 16.76 health certificate. j I 1 we are called upon to'
seats
R H Guy, order B A Quy ... 16.OO poor Ventilation badly adjusted '
1 flavors: will be sealed in Frederick 'DI. Co., auppllea-,.... ".'0 and desks, crowded school rooms All precautions should be taken to quered enemies in' ; '

.the health of children. To have abundance' :
worry and fatigue! are all predisposing safeguard an
The chairman and county
superintendent 'I
\ 'air-tight pink-end packages. .were authorized' to borrow factors }In communicable-diseases. teach children to keep in good health with to do sot and we

$4000 from the State Bank of Kissim One. remedy* would be to correct as by the right means 'of living should( white bread,;with' Administrator."I

mee to meet the current expense,I. nearly. pcssible the above mentioned be an important part of their educa. satisfaction of having ;
i
m defects. tion.-Press service State Board of well performed. Yours
for ordered ;
A warrant $80.80 was
x i ; So look for ai!' ': drawn in favor of,.laId bank to cover The child is the other factor in the Health. MILTON ;

i 6U interest on loan and revenue stamps. communicable' disease problem among Count'y Food .
t About ,
.F The board ordered that whereschools' the school children, and probably Is Croup.

1; ,WRIGLEY5 'had been suspended on account the 'most imrorttm* factor inasmuchas If your children AT subject- .CHRISTIAN'. CHURCH.'

:, of the epidemic 'Influenza, the child brings communicable croup or if you have reason to fear 10:00--Sunday School.

that the salaries of the teachers be disease to school,, and is in turn .the their being attacked by that disease, 11:00 Sermon.' H

: paid>for th time of suspension. recipient- of tuck communicable die you should procure a bottle of Cham -
-in sealed 6:4-Y. P. S. C. E;,
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the'pink'
The board, finding that there was cast. The parents are very largelyto berlain's Cough Remedy and study 7130--Sermon. _

'and; take not sufficient funds to the credit of blame for this and not the 'child. the directions for use, 10 that in case each
Wednesday
Prayer 'meeting
wrapper Parents too frequently over look theneedl of an attack will know exactly
the.:'Sub-School District No.8, to you
-!' .your.choice. of:flavor. \G meet the bills owed by said district "or ,conditions of their children what course to pursue..This it a favorite evening at 7:30..L. A., S. each Thurs..

: ; ordered $100 to be loaned to said dis- before sending them to' school. Parents and very successful remedy for day.Junior'C.'E. .

Three. kinds a' : trict-from the General School Fund. are sometimes responsible for croup, and it is important that you '; each Friday'at.- $:00'toung

-' aid amount to be paid back from the the spread of communicable diseasesin I observe the. directions carefully: am.i.| .
f suit'alltastest' ,Ladles' Circle meets each
to ;
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.:: ;: listrict_ when .sufficient. taxes had that they permit their sick child '
t'o' to school. NO MORE SUBSTITUTES second Sunday. ,,- 1
2 i been collected. go I Kissimmee Fla. .Nov.. 15. I ,C. W. B.:meets the; first 'Friday:
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'I t>.u.zD TlGII'I'-ItEPT RIGHTI Hon. T. M.- Murphy county judge, No child that is sick, no chUd'wtt.ban .
. wire received from MrBeacham in-each month;. ,**..
A !
; rendered his report hunting.\licon- acute eruption or ,an acute bad 1 just * '

I i I .Be SURE you get'WRIGLEY'S--'' ice collected during the month of Qatober'amounting cold ''should be sent to school or' be i I advises; "Regulations requiring Church. Board month meets, first, Sandsy
afternoon each :
with'other children. the use of substitutes'' withdrawn
permitted to play fit
i i r ; to.4.50.. This! applies"to all .transactions You are cordially invited to There being''' no- further business.la A 'child who is sick cannot profit by
*: III I : going to, !school I; ;it. only interferes "jfo' farther' report>> 'from bakeries services.'' .. .-.
Flavor Lasts !
fl 33ie *.QuI Iae'Thst Dies Hot ASIset.tbs Bad with the work of the ,i other 'fa ,the ;' no further, bakery' inspection." ,Sl-tfv: ; ,;W. JL Coiemai,t Pastwr_,

. .'" 1IeetI.of lu tonic and lazattvei cflsct.LAJtATlVlt class and 'may.l athesouree'of; serious . I am' happy. fo advice ,hat,.,despite .. . i
-. . -.. .. . ... .... ...... "- .- : - ' BJ-OMOCHJ-NINBUb.U tUn>-ioKU r : Do not forget the Kissimluee'Val-. ,
: p.tni.e add doc. not cnnr__* morHrin : illnsss'to.la great-many' others.No the fact that we have won the greateat
la bead. Remember the fell ... *.dlool office elofl.fine,'printing.,
( t should atten4..cboolwith.1U\ war-the history'of this world I _pits let Gasette. .
foe this Blcbatnn c4 B. W. OKOVB.: Joe. child ;[ ; ; ; " '
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(Jtt .1 \ THt KISSIMMEE ':VALLEY GAZETTE..'FRIDAY'NOVEMBER' 22, 1918 _

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armies, and our people at home: and I. cleared and under t..ncacre.- In

4 KISSIMMEE, VALLEY GAZETTE at the same time to' build up safe Grand Opening Graystone of bearing oypre..orange timber grove on; SioOO tract worth four .

food reserves in this country .room house and kitchen. Also SO
.....1...... Every FrtJay.KlaslsMsie "We know now how much food head of cattle and a rood bunch ofrange The. Park Hotel
Hotel .
bogs looae on the
range.
I. ay. alley G..."* c.KI..I .-..., there is, where it is needed, and just on Thanksgiving Day Farming; tools and !w'e.r' L '
4 ___ :FI.rt4a cated near n ..v Price 14.500, .
how much can be shipped. The pro halt ca.hkbalan.e term to suit M MRS. A. ROSE Proprietress:
W. B. H...... ......I..CII gram agreed to calls for 67 per cent -r----:-- H.. ... ...1.." *&-tfFARMrcnfl ,

;. O. YUM A.....,-, Secretary more meat and fat 62 per cent more The Graystone, Klaslmmee's onehundred of the hotel activities and '* planning Send.today for a free sam

**!....*. -. N. ill breadstuff and 21 cent more room, steam heated hotel, a series of fetes and other amusements pie copy of the Florida Farmer and I = ,
per sugar Stockman published at Jacksonville,
last which has been closed for the first for the l'UeBta'and their Tell. about llveitook. raisin, dairyIng
$.b.erlptl..ItsIrei than was shipped year. poultry. cltrua fruit and truck. Located One Block 'From
d, ti On. COPY One T *r-__..__._'._..tt.00On It is pointed out that 'If every,. time In its history, will again open friends. These will likely be weekly ing-, twice a month at Coo per year- '
I Copy, Blx Month.___.....?.- 100 its doors to the public 'and hospitably events and will provide a .great dea': three year for II.00. Only livestock the Station.
w OB.) Copy, Three Months.......... ..76t freezer in the world were packed to and general'farming paper In the
the roof that supply of meat would welcome not only I the traveling public of amusement for all' fun lovers of state Write today. ,
All communication except from our and year round guests, but the tho community.The house furnished Winter visitors will find
and allies
the FOR
...tborl.... correspondents roust be last our population only RKNT--8-room ;
J f lined by the writer. a few days. The same is true' of towns people as well. S Graystone Company is sin 10-room house furnished, houee- our accommodations; com
Rejected. matter.. wljl not b. returned The is r.t.'M: rooms: unfurnished dwel
..!_a called for. '. butter and eggs. The '30.000.000"CaB' Graystone a three-story con- gularly\ fortunate' in securing th: K. E; Wells If. Portable and homelike
'! crete structure, occupying an entire services of Mrs. Blackmore. Ifet "
milk canned last .
of condensed
the'poatornce es year D1vE1.LiNOB for rent Apply to, M
(Entered In at KlsslmKlorlda J i '
block in the heart of the city. personal charm and mannel'will Tiller.
very gracious
__ a. .eemd-eiaa. matter) in this country represent only about! ;; .
(214. per cent of the country's annual It is surrounded by) spacious grounds without doubt win her many FOR BALE-Second-hand! Ford cars i = t
dotted here and there with At attractive prices. Osceola Motor
tall ,palms lends here while her extended experience
milk supply. The corn of 1918
1H crop Co., JOT Broadway.FOR ,
E"'BeR' III 400 million bushels less than in :I and tropical' blooming shrubs and in the hotel business will b,. Rates Reasonable

1917., Crops that are growing and I nodding rose The entrance on the speak successful! season for the es model&AlHJ three-One, visible Emerson, as good Typewriter aa new,

the meat animals that are developing west faces one of the busiest sections tablishment 'she represents.The .Apply, Valley Onxi-tte. U.WILL .

on farms. and all\ food supplies con of' Broadway, while the east exposure grand opening will take place or exchange city prop-

etantly: coming to market are 'the with Its sunny'verandas, overlook the Thanksgiving day, November' 28th, "of' YUlfr kind country B O.property Miner or stngk a.1tr Subscribe for. the Valley Gazette.

dominant factors In the food situation beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga (Sleeping with an elaborate -course dinner, serv -- .--- -- - -- -- - -- ----- -

for the United States and the Tiger) whose waters dimple] and ed at 10 o'clock. In the evening Can

allies Our producing areas; constitute sparkle with every passing breeze. informal reception will be held which .

rArE PRE55I our greatest reserves. These I. A complete] renovation of the will include a dancing program and If" \ .-

facts, It' )is hoped, will enable American I buildings and grounds is now in pro. ; cards for those who enjoy these USE, OUR A I

producers to ,secure a clear conception .giess under the supervision of Mrs. amusements and other ]gamcs as iI .

I FRIDAY NOVEMBER 22. 1918 of the world food ,situation L. M. Bladkmore, |xf Ooononrtv/Jo./ well., It is the desire of the Gray- HOLIDAYGROCERIES

-- a. it exists this fall. .Wis., who has accepted the manage stone Hotel Company": and their manager -

Next Thursday. will be Thanksgiv The situation is one that warants ment for the Graystone Hotel Company Mrs. Blackmore, to entertain '

Ing. concern. There are no large surplus The 'lobby and reading rooms all their friends, the 'friends of the

of stocks of most.kinds. of foods, and are. being done over and will present hotel and of Kissimmee on this even FOR.

'K1 slmmee'. sixty room hotel opens 'here, must be increased, production a handsome appearance when com- ing.There

next week. and plete. New furnishings will be sup- is nothing that could add HOLIDAY.TIME
I : more :rigid economy. .
plied and a piano and victrola will be more to the popularity of a city and .

'r The American Eagle will (divide NEGRO KILLED IN CAR AC- provided for the pleasure of the contribute. its progreasv than a

honors with another bird of national I CIDENT SUNDAY MORNING guests. In the kitchens a complete modern hotel one of class and distinction

r fame the turkey, next Thursday.The : renovation has been effected -*nd a : such as Mrs. Blackmore de.. .

A Ford car occupied by' six negroes competent chef who has reigned over I sires to supervise and it will be for

government, through the W was overturned on the Dixie the cuisines of some of the best hotelsin mutual benefit that a hearty cooperation ,

.8. S., has taught the masses of the Highway just outside of the city limits i the South, will be in charge of the exist between the city and the
people to be lenders in plac of bor.
towards Orlando, Sunday morn cooking, and a score of efficient Graystone. ,

&\I rovers.I ing killing one of the men. waiters will serve the guests. The menu for Thanksgiving dinner

: The party was said to be Orlando Mrs. Blackmore will be in charge follows
scheduled
Another W. S. S. drive is .
residents, who had motored to Kissimmee r
for Thanksgiving week. Its' \won- MENU
for a joy ride and were returning .
derful what Uncle W, S. S. has ,
home about 2:30 m. The
a.
taught the people of America about
thrift. night was foggy and they evidently 1 \ ,I
failed to see the danger sign at the Oyster Cocktail ,

sharp turn in the road until they .. ; //4;
Oaceola county is to celebrate her Con oTlmee
were on the of the ditch. Thenin
verge .
third annual fair this winter. The '
a desperate attempt to turn.'the car I Olives Radishes
date has been set for January, when .
.Xlssimmee will be hostess to the in time to escape going over the Salted Nuts I : Celery WE HAVE,FOR THIS SEASON A BIG LINE OF SPECIAL..

..,Stale Live Stock Association. edge of the ditch, the wheels crumpled Roast Turkey FANCY GROCERIES THAT ARE DELIGHTFUL AND APPE-
up and the car turned. turtle pin. TIZING. THEY ARE PREPARED BY .EXPERTS AND WILL

,>t Will of dawn ning one of the men down in the mud e , Dressing "SET OFF" YOUR TABLE AND PLEASE YOUR GUESTS.WE .
an era prosperity
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and water in the bottom of the ditch. .
"
r upon this country'now that peace The other two of the
occupants car
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has come to the world? Without a GOOD i ;STUFF WE WILL GIVE YOUi THE LOW PRICE WE WILLCHARGE
escaped harm'and ran to the home of Roast Bed' Roast Pork
doubt, this nation will prosper, but '. ; AND THE POLITE ATTENTION WILL MAKE:
; YOU ,
i
Clark Howell for aid, and Mr. Howell .
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,
Brown Fried
Just what measure of this will .come Gravy : .I Apples
called Sheriff Ingram. ., .. YOU A CUSTOMER FOR LIFE.
P to each section will likely defend up Banana Fritters Glasse ,.__
{ When help reached the of the -
scene GIVE US YOUR'GROCERY ORDER TODAY. '
uponthe'efforts put forth by the peo '
accident they found the man dead Fruit Punch
Grape .
ple of that section. In other words, "; .
probably from drowning as there -
a it's "up to the epople" to wake up totali Mashed Potatoes *. Creamed Onions
was no mark or bruises about his Jfribe
that stands for the advancement
: : List
body. String Beans in Butter
of their ,
; community.
i ?'j.j( It is thought the car was runninga -. Waldorf Salad Coal Oil,, gallon.________.... .16 Potash, large can, ...__.... .12'' I

1' 'When will the 'IL/rt Memorial the a ditch.high rate of speed when it struck English ''Plum Pudding Peach Ice, Cream Tuna Fish, can.,...___..... .16 Cal. Peaches, heavy syrup_. ..23Blueing I

building: ba opened to the public forest I Black Eye Peas, 13c" 2 for.. .25 bottle .. ..._.__<... ,.0&.L.,

4'! a room':''is the question asked by I 'MOTHERS.TEACHERS CLUB Brandy Sauce s" Dinner Mint Lima Beans, 18c, 2 Ibs for. .35 Tomatoes,, .No. 1 can ......:.. '.lO-ffJ

the winter residents who are returning RESUME MEETING Nuts and Raisins Pumpkin Pie Oat Meal, package ........ .12, Pie Peaches, ..___...,___._____. .15 ,*#
t '
to Kissimmee after their summer .1 Tea Coffee MilkRate Best Evaporated Peaches... .20( Votan Coffee a good one,- 'd

in the north. Kissimmee has no othcr The. MotherB Teachers'J Club resumed <1 h" '&
:'adequate,meeting:place for'these its. bi-monthly.'.meetings\Fry! |$1.251perJportion.$ : (; : Singles and table!reservations will i be J acceptable Navy Beans, 2, 1b..,.....,*.., .30, 3 pound can, ......-._.'_.?.>'\'&\ 95 r I

guests.of the city and sqme\ ;arrange day .i with an '' unusually interesting to!th management ", Calumet;Baking Powder, ;: lOc, : Maxwell House Coffee,' cn .' ,lj'.82 \.1"

';. men .should t be made.. at.an. }._eaily Cession ctj! the'home; of, Mrs.:):J Earl a Regular rates, 4.50] 'and $5.00jper'\.day\ American plan Dinner, $1,00; i t;".. ''.. lbcyand ::J.J:>.:I..fv+.,:. ,28 White Houre Coffee, can :;. .81S]
date -'and"the .doors of"+that W'pretty. I, Lupfer' ','"''' 'f" *' "( "'',, ", 'c/. ,','.'f"M. '!*Ii breakfast nd fsuppcfTf $75 SPedal monthlyJratee.!, Shredded" Wheat' pkg --____-_.. .14" Senate,1;'best there WiSilSSrW:. t

club house thrown open. Busy fingers fashioned: garments Post Toasties! 13c, or 2 for.. .25 Arbuckles: ...*...._____._._ .24

for the Layette. Belgium refugee THE GAS MASK DRIVE. U. S. Smoking; pkg. -.._.... .06 Cheek Neal Coffee,., 3 Ibs...:,..85

The State Pre.. is practically un babies. When these layettes are Prince Albert, pkg. ._____._ .15 1 Ib can Cocoa, .,._._,....._, ,.28

v, amimous in its opposition to the extra omplete the club will have ten of (Apologies to Kipling.) George Washington, pkg. ?)I.06 Chili Con Carne, ..-_..._._T.12,

f' session of the legislature called these beautiful' tokens of woman's Velvet, package, .....-..... ..12Reno. Lunch Tongue, _..._-.._._.. .29

I ' ? by the Governor to' meet next Mon- sympathy for'a woman's need to "What makes yon save'' your olive stones' ? The Thoughtless Waster cried. ., pkg. ____.....__..._ .06 Best Jam large slze,....... '.30

day... The concensus of opinion is their credit. "The Government has asked for them" : the Patriot replied. AH others, pkg.. .__-_....... .05 Peanut Butter, large size... .80

a that all! the matters for which the During'
s 'special session is called could very Fripp who has been away for several "It wants the carbontbey make. the Patriot replied. Fancy Head Rice Ib...___.-_ .12 Export, bar. _._____.-....., '.05

well have waited till the regular months resumed her duties as Ivory bar '......... 07
iy ses- Broken Rice, lb. ___-_______ .10 per : .-.- ;
; lon next April and the State been secretary;and Mrs. B. Bryan was admitted "So were gathering/up IlKe cherry pits, the peach stones and the shell Rumford Baking Powder, Ib. .28 Grandma's Laundry, __,..., .65

saved something like 945,000. The to membership and cordially Of walnut and BrazU iruts and of hickory nuts as well Best Salt Bacon, Ib_-....-.. .:JZ Lux Soap pks _.._-_-.-._ !,/$

s : ,. press In this instance, we believe, welcomed into the club. And the youngsters hunt for butternuts" in every 'dale and dell Good Bacon, .-......__--.. .26 Sour Pickles, bottle ....... .15

r represents the sentiments of at least Routine business waa.discussed and To furnish -the materials for carbon. Picnic Ham _. ........_--. .30 Sour Picbles, bottle! ________ ,13 4 j

_1 "85 per cent of the people, and the a touching letter read for the little r No. 1 Strait Ham.____,___ .39 Sweet Pickles, ......-_-?..? .13 '.!'I

M governor should heed he wishes of fatherless French girls j the club is "What do they want the carbon" for? the Thoughtless' waster cried. No. 1 Ffc Ham,____,_______ .37 Apple Jelly 8 ozs., ........ .14

R his .constituents! and rescind the call. supporting. Regular meetings of the "To manufacture gas-masks. the Patriot replied. Bull Head Catsup, J>ot. ISc 2 .25 Grape Jell/, 8 ors .?_..?, .14 ,

club are on the first and third Friday "And a carbon respirator in a gas-mask over there Eba Milk can ____,_____ _:. .05 Jams, 8 OKS. .... ,..._.. . 11 1

i'' : .In'' another column of this issue we afternoons of each month. Will save our boys from gas attacks. Come on and do your share I Eagle Milk, can '-________-__ .24 I Thread, __ ?, _.___._______ .05 .:

1 h publish a communication from Mr. Dime Brand __ .____..____. .15
+ Drought objecting to sportsmen' KISSIMMEE ON TAMPA- "We dare not waste one single stone-let's give them all they ask!IIt FLOUR. n
Mohawk .. __-_ ______..__. .14
hooting the squirrels at Hammock DAYTONA BUS LINE takes two hundred peach' pits to equip a single mask. Pillsbury, 24-lb ............ 1.70
Carnation .__
can .....__... .06
drove. There is no prettier spot in And they've given you and me and everybody else the task St. Charles Gold Medal, 24-lb., _________ 1.70
....
can ....... .06
: Florida thall.Hammock Grove and if On November" 1st a cross country Of furnishing materials for carbon ROBERT HOUSUM. Colonial, 24-lb., __________ 1.70
Van Camp's Milk can ______ .06
,
bus line into'eff'ect
r, was put reaching
there were hundreds of squirrels Rising Sun, best there Js.... 1.70
Pet milk, Baby, can ________ .06
_ .r there instead of only a few; they from Tampa on My* south to Daytona It is a cinch that if the merchants Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cole and Dr. H. Per pound all kinds, ...... 1\/2!\
Beach on the north and east, and connecting Alaga! Syrup, gal. __-_..... 1.10
would only add to the attractivenessof I of town atop advertising that E. Cole, motored up from Lakeland No Substitutes. ,
I any Alaga Syrup !,1'g1\I. ..... .55
;
all the intermediate cities ,
,the place. In..the absence of a city. the busines of that particular place Sunday and spent a few hours visiting MEAL AND GRITS
Alaga Syrup, No. 1 ........ .17
,park, this hammock is the mecca for with a double daily service. will gradally die out. Some stores' old friends in Kisslmmee. Hudnuts Meal 7c:, 10 Ibs.... ..65
Alaga Syrup, No. 2 ________ .22
The Belt Auto Line has
to many pleasure parties from Kissim I Orange can do a little business but the bulk Hudnuts Grits, 7c., 10 !b..,.. .65
been between Crisco, large can ...__..... 1.90
operating Daytona ''
,, : mee, and we hope none of Our sportsmen of the business will gradually go to Get th. Genuine W. Ground Meal, 6c., 10 Ibs. .55
Crisco, medium .. .. ...___ .95
Z c will be so thoughtless aa tp Beach and Orlando for some time, other cities that are ;progressive and Avoid Crisco Corn Flour, 7,1e.! 10 lb..._. ,70, .
and anmll------- ...... .50
last week extended its route to Waste
5 again shoot the little squirrels which enough to have their stores and live -
Tampa. e Sweet Feed 100 Ibs. .______. 3.45
i ., add so much to its attractiveness business in the s.
advertisers. DRUGS
NO
'The regulationauto busses 'are OO Mjats 100 Ibs., ___....____. 3.40 .
O world and no city in the world can 100 !Its. .. Sweet Spirits Nitre _______, .14
used and they make two stops each Corn ._ ________. 3.85 ,
t THE YEAR BEFORE US. keep going without a lino of advertising Hydrogen Peroxide,' .._._., .10
,
way, the cars enroute from Daytona; n Every Cake Shorts, 100 Jt>1I., ___________ 2.85 -
f The year before Americans is not Beach reaching Kissimmee at 7:54 a.M. and no city will remain a city Bran, 100 Ibs..:.__...__--..- 2.60 Carbolic Acid: _..1._-___.____ .14 .'i

to be an easy one, even with the end and 2:19 p. m., while those from long without a newspaper filled with 1%. 1 Scratch Feed,________ "4.50 Sweet Oil, _____________..? .14
of actual warfare between the nations advertising. You can see it for Sulphur, package .......... .05 ,
S' Tampa arrive nt 11:36 a. m. and.6:06p. Wheat, 100 Ibs:___._::__,-___ 4.95 ',:j
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cays the State Marketing Bur m. yourself.-Sanford Herald. Classified Advertisements Velvet Bean Meal -________. 2.75 Blue Label Vaseline, bot"..__:, JDS :,

'; w reau. Millions more of people will The cities and towns connected by Cotton Seed Feed Meal -.__ 2.75 Turpentine, bottle ____.___.. .10 .

a ;i have to be fed and it will take a vastquantity his route are: Daytona Beach, De.Land. Now that peace is in sight some of FOR Wells HAIvK, US-Two Mabbett' Dairy St. Cows. M 49-tf O. Minced Ham, lb., ?________. .36 Caster Oil, bottle ___'..-.,_ .25

{ of food.' Our shipments Sanford Winter Park, Orlando those high prices that we have been I, Potted Ham, Libby', ....... .85 Castorla, bottle ............ .80,

Abroad this, year will run away beyond' Kissimmee, Haines City, Winter paying for. everything can comedown II POSITION per week.WANTED Mrs. Ada as Nurse Frace., S10. :810.00 Corn Beef.Hash, can, 18c, 2.25 Epsom Salts, box .......... .,05

w ; ten millon.,, tons of food stuffs. haven, Bartow, Mulberry Plant City and they 'must come down. Husrhey street. 49-41. Beef, pork and Veal Loaf, ca .20 Camphor, bottle __...,....., .10
Next year it will have to be' double Salts, boxQuinine : : .05
The war is over and' that old song
Household Ammonia
and Tampa. FOR 8ALBAbnut 10 head of hog' bot..TO Tablet.-box---- ,
'that to prevent starvation .in the Impoverished about the 'war prices should be and pigs, half breed Tamworthm, .
The need for such service has been clean and healthy, and fit to fatten. ---
,?regions.A . changed And changed at once. 'We If interested advUa when coming, EVERYBODY
a felt through this',, section of Floridafor INVITED TO INSPECT OUR 'SANITARY
that I In STORE
1 [ 'tiff program has ben outlined andit ao may keep pen. Apply
been buncoed
fey the U. S. Food Administration .. some .time, and the-c route just established have Is -time for a change.long Sanford enough Herald F. W. HILL, HARCOSSEB.FOR . >., AND- GET- PRICES. Our Motto, tai' Cordiality; 16 oz.,10 the

..... in this statement:' will likely be especiallyconvenient' 8AL.E-One of the best bargain pound and 100 Cents on the Dollar.
In a house In Kl..lmmee, If Mr. ?
you.
winter
L& .MW. have pooled food 'resourceswith' to many: visitors ___ Homeaeekcr want a anap. .. Call at OUT OF TOWN ORDERS ,SHIPPED SAME DAY ,
; t."aBles anel- who spend from,, one to three months i XOO Bryan atreet at any time after ,.
planned {to distribute it one or more of.these1 cities.Do ..,' If you know man'who has no enemies 6JO p. -m. for J. A further. BARCLAY.Information.4.. ;
the food to meet the needs,of CUT' PRICE
CASH GROCERY:
look; oat' for him. He's two f 1
the hour 'That moans to keep in fall pot.forgetthe Kissimmee Val- faced and 'a crook, any. way you may 'I "

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'THE* KISSIMMEE VALLEY'GAZETTED. ;' FRIDAY, NOVEMBER''2t,1lld 'I FIVE


..a I' For Sale-Four mules, W.J. Miller.j I Next week; the, first meeting of" the
I INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMSWeather Ii 46-tt Home Demonstration' Club ,will beheld '

W. B. Maklnson made a business and It is important that the II'' iwl

.. ........ .o..o.ooooI I Special sale of,..Uats Thanksgiving trip to Tampa Monday, chairs, be provided for that. event r Illh qi

week,. at Miss Bandy's Turkeys for Sale-Delivery next,1 ?

i Report( j Be wise And have'your fortune told Tuesday. Telephone 001' BCXJ A. E. ST. CLOUD '

at the Seniors\ High School Carnival Thomas. 49-lt, i 4WiLi$

Saturday aite'moon.Larry C. W. Ward, who was' called\ to Mr. Clark Howe' came in Tuesday ;

Following are daily temperatures : ;' L. Pope Of Mulberry Sink New York by the death of his son, evening! from Spartanaburg, Pa, and

and precipitation as reported was greeting his many Kdssimmpe Ralph Ward, has returned to Kiasimmee i H' stopping at the Pifer house
by Government station friends here Monday. to 'remain for the winter. Mi and Mrs
at Klsaiminee fo- the week end. j i I Chas Myers from

ing Thursday, -Nov. 21. Attorney Z. Bass was among the This is the. time to get your Hat :I Prairie Depot Mich; came in Saturday -

Mat Win. Rain hunters taking shot at turkey and at "reduced price, for Thanksgiving:, :| night and are at the Pifer Hous

other game, this 'week at Miss Bandy'sC for the- winter. ,
; Thursday __?__ 75 4* .1
I Friday d .....__. 84 65 Jack Simmons, one of St. Cloud's W. MeG lro of Apopka., the I Mrs. Emma C. Camel, from Hum-
._ ... well known citizens In the Midland R. i iIt. [I melstown, pa., and' Mrs. E. W. TUG ... k
r Saturday 82 66 was Kissim-: plebs messenger on $ ICI.\Q] 1IOOM U connldpfcd( l"> Many to be the moat Important
Sunday .._._ 77 lMonday' mee Monday on, business. ., who has been off duty on acount :::Christmas came :last week and spcn room in the house and the bed. springs and mattress head. the Hit of
a few'days at the Bonalr House and the most Important articles of household furniture
,
.? 72 49 Miss Lenore Fortner is enjoying\ a of illness, retua ne.1 to his work T'uas- ,;.
Tuesday\ -__..._ -74 45 ten day visit with relatives, at Miami day. .*. j i are now located in the Conn block: dcrtalp l It 'Ie 1 that no horn, however humble, could get along' wIth.
Mr. D, P. 'S. Miller, who has been out them mid It,In equally certain that the. better the ,bed., *prlng. and
_
Wednesday _.. 76 43 .
She expects to return home .tomor Mr. and Mrs. Joe-Knight of Tampa
mattress, tlu ,better
y here for 'two weeks as timekeeper for and more refreshing >he rest they brlnir.lu .
..
ee6 0.00.0.0 OO. O..OtO ,y4 j row. motored' to Kissimmee Sunday' to 'the road company, left on Wednesday 'I he eery I..... b.I., .......1... aad ....u........ rust .. 11111 anw .
Lost(;-Child's trench' cap, army color spend the day with )Jr. and'.Mrs': G. for Jacksonville. < ?-. 1lmt vvvrx family vhomld, k. >.
Born, to Mr.their and .Mrs. Sam TurnerFriday , U, S. Emblem on aide. Reward L. Hammock, Mrs, Knight' is 'Mrs. I A, S. Sharp and R., 11. Moore, front 1Vi. .....01.I of Iron bras and wood ..U....._. of ,..rl. ....1......

slmmee, at home. in North Kis if returned to Mrs.. H. C. Llghtsey.49tf{ Hammock's sister. 1 St. Joseph, Mo., arrived on Monday; ..a........... and .'...ra.l.,. ..d ......r.1 .<>!I... vf aprlMBii; at rlaht .rlr... salctd
a eon.Attorney -
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Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wi kens of and are guests at'' the Forris hotel: .

"Pat" Johnston'spen Misses Beatrice Hilton and J2dris M4cksburg, Ohio, have arrived inj j Mrs. Mary O. McOlain has, sold her tit
several days this week in Jackson C H. GRANTHAM
; Williams, of Loughman,,were in town Kissimmee to 'spend the winter, and property on Pensylvania avenue td
vlle) tfn"..business.; Tuesday shopping and visiting"rela- ure located with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dr. Puckctt of Kokomo,' Indiana.. "n.Satisfactory Storm" 6

For Sale-A pair of fine fox tives., Busby,) on Beaumont avenue. Mr. Benjamin Bolton, from Scranton -

I hounds. Will. .make good cat. or' dee The educated monkeys fresh from 'Best Bargain fn 12,000 acre cut overland , Kane.,, is a guest at. the Uonair

1'1 t7' dogs. A.' E. Thomas. 39-tf, the Jungles of Africa, will 'be A feature ,' good 'location) fenced, plenty;' House for the'winter.

( An eight, pound son was born to ; of ,the Seniors carnival ''Satur- water and grass, just the place to !] Mrs. C. K. HendriX who has been .

Mr, and .Mn. R. M. Hansel., Friday day afternoon. grow beef cheaplyand you can buy. I, spending the summer with friendsnt 'Tha sgiving.Day'

morning their home In West'"Kis I I Paul I Drawdy .of' St. Petersburg, it rig-ht. Do you' want to "know about Cincinnati Chicago and Evanston, ,

simmee. who formerly, l lived here and Is well it? If so, write us; nice booklet and 111., arrived home Tuesday evening.The 1 *

For Rent-Two furnished flats, known,' has been 'spending the past free information to interested parties 'Christian Endeav.or Society Whereiu, the whole world jives thanks for their deliverance, and aU
with modern conveniences. W. B. few days In the city Nelson Realty Company, of the Christian church held a business -
America will eat and be
Harris, Gazette offlce. 38-tf. -- meeting at the church'Tuesday merry. ,
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; Food Administrator Pled
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'
Attorney P. A. Vans Agnew, '';f was called to 'Jacksonville' this / ,WlLLSO .POnER evening.
Jacksonville, was attending to legal week gu for'a conference of''the countyadministrators .-'Fri nda of the groom in Kissimmeewill The Garrison of the Army and WE OFFER A FEW 'CHOICE: ITEMS'FOR YOUR PLEASURES

(matter in this city and St. Cloudon be interested in the fol1owln'gwedding Navy Union held their'regula, meet
of the state and 15 .oz.'Sun Maid: raisins:, ;__ .15 I 12614 oz.' Strawberry. Preserves
'
Wednesday. tnnouncemnt which was received ing on Monday afternoon mus-
Several Five Acre Farm just, outside city here this wee ." Lieut. Will 'tered in' one 'new recruit 15 oz. Premier Seeded __ ___.-.-..-..;._.1, .so
to offer
who want.to exchanges get, property elsewhere.List people. limits, good buildings, fine grove, son is a nephew of J. M. Willson 'The Woman's Loyal Class will Raiiins __.___ _________ .18 White, House Vinegar _....,. .40

your'property with us for'good. Neaon'beautiful Ijxtttion, (delightful home.* and Mrs. S. B. Aultman,of j.hla city:; meet Friday r.fternoon at; the Christian J 15 oz. Premier Seedless Hone Radish,, Mustard .... ,.10
Realty Company.
service.. Nelson Realty Co. Mr. and Mrs. George Wells Potter church to see about packing, a Raiiins ._ ___________.. .20 14. oz. Sour Pickles \w-<-_... ,.25
A. S. Nelson, Senior member of Christmas bax for the Orphans'
the marriage of their
Miss Laura Warden'arrived from Nelson Realty Co., left Thursday on daughter announce, Majorio Lydia, to Lleuten- Home. 5 oz LJbby's: Plum Pudding' ".IS Minced Clams ..,.., ___,iA_._ ..IS w, a

Tennessee' last week for a visit with the noon train for the western states tint Jack :Sloan Willson, Sanitary The Pricilla Club will meet on 16 oz': Atmore Plum Pudding .40 No. 2 Sliced Pineapple ...___; .30

- y her sister, Mrs. A. M. Story, 'of Kisimmee In the interest of his! company. Corps two Army of the United Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Goff, on Star Lobsters ____25c and. .35 No. 3, Pumpkin. _._?--.__ .15

y .Park. and brother, at Kissimmes' Mrs. Frank Van '>Duser, who has States on Monday, the twentyeighthof Indiana Avenue Delica Veal Loaf ___-..__.. .15 Pkg French Market Rice._ JO

, ; .., been critically ill for some time is October' One thousand nine hun : Community Fair Trill be held on 8 oz. Peanut Dutt-er ___--_ .25 Heinze's Sweet, Pickles...,. ,.20

see Everybody the minstrel in show Kissimmee at the (should Senior I now improving In health. Mrs. Belle dred! an, eighteen, at West Palm i the 29th and 30th of November, in 23 oz. Peanut Butter __._ .50 Stuffed Olives _.,,_15c'..ant: .35 .
Modi Is spending this week with her. Beach, Florida the new Farris stores on New York
Carnival Saturday afternoon. On Miss Ethyl Roberson accompaniedMiss avenue, for the. benefit of the ,Red .19% oz. Strawberry Preserves Apple Butter *. .._....._ ....,.1S

l'. vacant lot opposite band, stand.J. Mona Huffman' to Davenport to MRS. SLOAN PASSED AWAY Cross. There will be plenty of fun, _. _..-.,___...-:_-_ .40 Little' Green ,!Lima'Beans"'' ... '.20

; M..Woodall, who has been In Un- spend the 'week-end with the tatter's The Boggy Creek section was saddened and amusement and we hope to. see
cle' Sam's.,! employ in the shipyards in Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Huffman lots of our Kissimmee friends here. Occident Gold'Medal.Flour Cranberries '"
parents, Monday morning by the deathof Pillsbury, Grapes,, Celery, ,Apple -
Jacksonville, has returned home. He They returned h' jje :Sunday night. Mrs. J. R.' Kloan, formerly Miss I JMr. and Mrs. P. V. Murray. arid *, Pork Sausage, '' Head Cheese, 'etch, tf yon have the true American
will be in charge of the street force of Mr. and Mra.
Mr.\ and Mrs. C. E.: Denig, who Sallie Tyson, of this city. Mrs. Slo_ family were guests 'spirit, Eat and be Merry. '
again.- I.'S. Smith of Carolina on _
avenue
have been visiting this summer at was stricken with Spanish influenza i j '
Rev. W. H. Coleman spent todayIn heir old home in Columbus Ohio about two weeks ago., She leaves .Sunday.. last. mERE ARE MANY' SUGGESTIONS ,ON DISPLAY ATTaylor's :

Lakeland attending the State Institute 'returned Monday, and will spend the her husband,, three small children,her I Miss Anna Purday, who has been "
",. of 'the Christian workers. .On visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.P. .
winter at their' grove at Narcoossee. father end mother, and one sister. City 'GrroceryCROADWAY
Sunday morning he will give a resume Dr: White, the Presiding Elder of She was born in Kissimmee and V. L. Purday, for a few days, returned -
: of the meeting. to Winter Pr.rk on Wednesday.Mr. .
I the Orlando district of the M. E: was married here February, 1909. grandson
\j and ,
Mrs'. Stephen A. Philpott, of San Church South was.in Kissimmee liar n._ ynother.ln.law. _Mrs___, E. R. A. R. Leavitt

Francisco: Calif.,, has arrived in Kissimmee Tuesday on matters, .pertaining to the Sloan, and sister-in-law Mrs J. R.,I I Paul L. Croker, of Danford, Maine,
and ,
.to spend the winter with heiMrs. Sloan both of Plant City withbel' arrived, here last Tuesday night ---
local of that denomination. were .
organization, located on'Ohio too.tooo.o..o..oooo.oooooooo..oooo. .........
and "pleasantly avenue
other, A._ A" Temple, -and ., at the time,of her death. I *-, '
sent, Mrs. r He Mod! ; The family have 'many, friends who and 6th street:
Three building lots, about six I Mrs. F.f.. Campbell came in on
Manager Piano: of the Citrus Exchange sympathize with them in their hour Fire Insurance Agencypi |
docks from the court house to
ex- Friday night and is located on Illinois
Packing house, moored to change for' an unimproved piece of of sorrow. avenue and Eleventh street' .I :
Orlando Iilonday afternoon to attenda :
and. Will Nelson '
pay difference. Mrs Sara Barager presented p :
HOLD YOURWAR; SAVINGS. :
meeting of the Sub-Exchange,, He '' '' .
Realty I Company. __ '-,. <>, ; -, : < "
: very '
the .
I' ,
was accompanied by'Mrs.: Piano. } ; / ': -STAMPS ; ', : ' ,, ; ; HavingSecured Agency , #),-,
\ Howard :;:Reed, of,v'NewarkN.J.: ; : ,, '. ? '. .. church on Sunday. :" ; ,J. : r"", :'e' :. .....,.Ju.( ,. . .V ,,...... ..J ,
,
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Lieutenants 'Stackpole, and Wheeler thie'weekto ) (lo.L; 'uc.-:; --I -. '"" r t Mrand '' Woodbeck "ofKissimmee'were' I'. ,t \ ; : .uI.I1. '
;
/ ? arrived spend the winter TheCent.rat ? for .\ jMrs.c J; D.v ,
Ktnte; Depository LONDON'
of Dorr Field, accompanied'by'Sergrants here. He will 'divide r his i time between postal funds r,rt; Jacjcsonville,,:;has ;'; St.vCloud stallereTuesday : & LANCASIIIRIRE. ;i/:
Smith and Johnston, arrived ,
his old time friends S. L. morning.
Lup-
caned attention to the unusual '
i in their. air ships of the "Hispana fer and family and the Edgewater ber: of War Savings Stamps num'J( Mrs. R. II. Hatcher, who has been : INSURANCE CO.

[: type, Thursday morning, end spent Farms. being cashed in. There has been a visiting friends in the north, arrived : ,

' a few hours while here en route forJ" Seven Thousand Acre Stock Farm, noticeable increase in this county I home Monday evening from Ken : We are in the market for a portion; of the fire i insurance business. 'of
Gainesville.
close to town, very cheap, easy payments since peace was declared. We are tucky, and Memphis, Tenn, where she Kissimmee, and respectfully solicit your consideration. when, placing

L. S. Sponaler and wife of Grand' Let:, us "SHOW you. Great requested to take some immediate action slopped with friends., She was ac :. your insurance for the cpming yearLupfer's

; Rapids, Mich., arrived in their car opportunity for safe and profitable to discourage these growing redemptions. companied! by .her little' niece, Thel-

this week for their annual ;'stay in investment; Nelson Realty Co. ma Mays. : '
Kissimmee. Mr. and Mrs. Sponsler withdrawal I Mr.'''"and Mrs. Stephen. Carmlck, : Insurance
Cornelious Chrietiancy; ,representing In theory the man who Agency
are the best known of the [ Island arrived in
from
among the Hollis Long ; :
the Coe-Mortimer Fertilizer Co., with his money from use of the gov-
winter residents of this city, having the city Tuesday evening, and are located ,
headquarters in Jacksonville spent irnment at this time, withdraws his
come here for years. Tuesday In .Kissimmee conferringwith support from the men in France, who f( with Mrs. Hatcher on New : P. 0. BOX,66.c J. E. LUPFER ManagerOffice

W. C. Bass and Mrs, J. L. Over- T. .J. Burckhalter, the local man have been largely responsible for the Ybrk avenue. .: at Osceola Hardware Co. '
street accompanied by Miss Helen which I Mrs. R. E.. Slawson, who has been
ager of'the company. glorious victory was announced -
Bass 'motored to Fort Meade Tues spending the Summer with her daughter :

on the 11th inst., and the. practice
.., day, to bring home their mother, Mrs. I Wm. L. Coryell arrived this week should be discontinued. at Waverly, Kane, came back last : P. S. Don't forget the United War Work campaign is on this .week. u
from Kiowa, Kansas, and is spending Tuesday 'night and is at her home and make real sacrifice for the boys "over' there."
a' G.W. Bass, :who has been visiing jeer some time in Kissimmee. While D. G. WAGNER :. a +
;' aon, M. J, Bass, of that city. Mrs. on Maryland: avenue. She was accompanied r
here he will be in charge of the Nelson Chairman County War Savings Committee o..o oooooo..ooooo. oooooooooooooo.o.Oo.o..o.... ;
Bare will make her home with Mrs. home by tier daughter, I
/ Realty offices during the absence Mrs. F. C. Boggs and children, Mar. r .__ -..-.--,.
Overstreetj of A. S. Nelson who is ten day
on a
fi Mrs; Edgar Oliver -and small'son, CHAIR REQUESTED tha and >Charles, who will spend the
business trip to Kansas City, Mo. Mr. SHOWER Farmers
winter with her. Thriving
Edgar Jr., arrived Thursday of last Coryell has resided at Orlando, for FOR COMMUNITY KITCHENYou and
week, and will be the guests of herparents ,IMr, and Mrs. George S. Creed
has 'many friends there '
years and 'J. Kis- are thoae who. bought theft
VZZ- Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Carson.: and in Kissimmee welL are cordially invited to participate Mrs. H. Ferguson, motored to
I, as I'I'I simmee on Monday. farms In llkeljr places.:, 'We
in chair shower for the benefit
Training Beautiful little home right in town, of the Community Kitchen. Odd Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Riley, who have plenty of" ..uch'on'oar, ;

good furnished house,, beautiful ros- "ave been spending the summer at books today In moat de-
v'- tucky, and Mrs. Olliver will remain chairs and odd dishes also are ac-
es, pretty lawn, good gardenchickenyards at Va. alt-able localities and the
their old home Ripley, came
here during his absence. ceptable. The enterprise of establish ,
and house. Nice bearing fruits, home A' lands fertile and rloh.
Monday evening. are
A cooked food .le'wllI ,be held atRoberson' ing a community kitchen where the '
good pasturage! for cow, delightful i Mr. and Mrs: Frank Lockwood and Start 'a farm, and get rich
.) Pharmacy Saturday afternoon county demonstration agent could observe _
home. Come see us, and you will buy I daughter, arrived on Wednesday from t yourieir. The richest data'
office than twice
under the auspices of 'theKing's : days more a'
I. Daughters class of the Methodist this bargain. Nelson Realty Co. week, where the'' home| demonstration Cos Cob, Conn., for the winter, In the country today are 'the

r. church. A. Remington-Smith, who is con- club could' meet and the people Mrs. Retta Williams arrived Tues farm r-take them a.

nected with the purchasing Material .generally .enjoy its conveniences for' day evening from Valparaiso Ind., whole. We can! sell you, a I
The government has luued'orders Department of the Onited States community canning Is new in Kis where she. has spent the summer. biff or a. little farm "at' 'a,
\
!
to the Southern Express Companyto Shipping Board Emergency Fleet simmee but. Miss Albina Smith, county .' reasonable price, or_ a, splen
observe the hours from 8 a. m. to ) BUILDING
stationed at Jacksonville, came down agent, is working out the details 'FORD RESUMES .CAR did orange grove
6 p. m., and'keep open doors during for the week-end to look after his of the plan. The county commissioners Adivces received from Detroit

that time The employees of the local business Interests here. He returnedto and tho' city council are supporting by local' agent, B. Bryan BREAKER. REALTY COMPANY

office have been observing much Jacksonville Monday, taking Mrs. the movement with financialaid I state that the immense Ford factory KISSIMMEE FLORIDA

longer hours than those, andare Smith with him. and the project IN well on foot. U- again turning-' "out the "Universal"car 4

4' ; pleased with the new orders., ,: andthat the large plants at ;; 1
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'Lost-A 'big black cat white, feet oooooooooooo.ooO... OOOOOt.OOOOOOtOOOOOOtoooooooooo. Buffalo, Chicago, Cincinnati and .t'A.E'
and breast. Lost from car a''' few e. Kansas City are also in full opera. MANHATTAN HOTEL >w

tines) from Kissimmee. Finder please tion, asembling cars. : DROUGHT)

notify. Mrs. P. M, Holm, Florence High School Senior Carnival The various plants of the companywill Now Open for the Winter Season._

Villa,' Fla:,.and receive reward. : shortly'be on a.100 per cent basis .115 BreadW.7Real

h turning out the Ford line of pleasure with all'the 'Comfort '
Hotel
A Family .
Dr. M. J. Hicks returned Wednesday Estate and''Insurance
can and :'one-ton trucks; as little
,aI from .a week'a. visit with his On 'Vacantlot; Opposite Bandstand in. of Home. .
: any change was necessary: the '
REPRESENTS
daughter, Mrs. .J.. M. Wood' at Atlanta equipment when the different plants -

while he was recuperatingfrom Beginning Saturday! 4 P M. were placed on Awar, basis. _. RATES '$2.50 PER DAY The Home Insurance'Co, of New

,an. attack of .influenza.: .Dr : ; When, in full operation,' the Ford .'- York"the National Fire InsarameeOk.
.
Slick arrived! in initiate forth ' Special by 'the Week, .
Atlanta ,
Motor'Company "
1:I4- : ; that :Benefit United War'Work has over 50,000 employees of llartfordl'Ths! Bum, and
peaks'celebration- 'in city; Fund '

r'Y K'and' he 'says- It/''was. "some';eelebrar it minimum.on the wag payroll of ,f 5.00, 'who per 'day receive.of MRs. H: B. SAVAG Prop: .any' other. reliable co.splialss. ,,..
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l,. .;Mt THE K1SS1MMEE.'.. LLEY'GA.ZIn't.ntr: T. NOVEMBER 2*,,1'1Si 'r

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1 ,t' TIMELY NOTES.. FROM.THE '1 I
,
SEED POTATOES':

i Seed Potatoes I STATE MARKETING BUREAU! ,.
For Spring. ''planting; December'and January delivery;
v Highest quality MAINE, grown.
i A sick farm is one that produces ville, on "Subtropical' Vegetable
Write for Prices : desired. W. J
crop far below the average of the Gardening;!," Both'books should be' in giving quantity handle
community, It i I. sick because the the homes of every Florida farmer Spauldii No.. 4 Rose Irish Gobbler, Early' Red' Bibs, TriaasphNew ..'
Choice Maine and Western Stock fertility I Is not maintained. It f* a Crop Turnip, Cabbage, Onion Seeds and Sets. '

matter of poor management. There>' is no better "way to teach We carry all the leading and .standard varieties of Seed ,that have 'been .

Spanieling Rose No.4' boys and girls to be \\hrifty and enterprising tested and' known to be best adapted to our soil and climate; '

Details of butchering, catting up than to glvo them young Largest Crop Seed Oats, Seed Rye, Seed Wheat, Rape, Vetch, Barley, ,
and Curing' meat are outlinecrln Far animals-to care for as their own. By Eagtish Peas,' Beans, Etc.: -
': mers' Bulletin 913, "Killing Hogs doing this responsibility Is imposed
Red
Our
Bliss Triumph Descriptive Catalogue FREE 'Requeat.
on
and CuHng Pork." A copy can be had upon children and.they ar<\ given opportunity J
.' free by writing to 'the U. S.' Department to study live stock and BLUE RIBBON, LAYING MASH MAKES YOUR ;HENS LAY,

Irish Cobblers of Agriculture-, Washington. learn how to feed-and manage them. ITALIAN RYE FOR, LAWNS, . .ii

2 A farmer once complimented his The end.Of the war will not end the

!i Order' your seed and; fertilizer early.Write hired man oh' the way lie was' doing demand for'feodIndeed( ; a vast 'quantity
). his work. The ''reply was a fine one: will be needed to help the starving
us for prices and particulars.1 "I.always try to do the work I do for people of Europe, where';' conditions ...

another as I. would like if he was are deplorable.In .

WILSON .&' TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. working for me., growing vegetables- much can (

Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizer be accomplished by'pulling off the OLDEST MARTI' "
The owner of a patch of pineapples
Fla. lateral extra growth .at the baseof
,
Jack.onviller or "
in Florida can have fruit every ESTABLISHED SEE t1pvTNtRN,
i plants like tomatoes, etc., and cen- VRtTC/ KM) CATAUM z
month An will from
acre produce '
+44 H Ho+OGHOo UHUO 0 H+MUU OHOOG o. 6,000 to 10,000. It. is the king of ter the development., WEEKLY OA1CC usu. HOUSE IN FLORIDA ,

tropical fruits. The minister -of a colored churchin
'
Virginia bought: a canner last
Barbour, in his beek"Florida for summer and the result was that I
Tourist., Invalids and Settlers," says members put up' under hie Instructions -
Crops -LaborTransportation of South Florida: "Every fruit,' flower some 40,000 cans vegetables i

i ''shrub,, plant, or product, that and fruit. for home use. j

grows in tropical, regions of the J
world 18''grown, or can be wrown." In some parts of the country dried "
This means an innumerable list not fruits are being substituted for

I known, elsewhere. the',,United States Christmas gifts 'instead of candy.; .SEED POTATOESMalnd : .; .t

The >use of:dried fruits too, can be : ,,j
There are several hundred nurser- used to satisfy the natural craving
1 don't'knbw just what 1 will plant
yet crops lea in .fJotlda: and some,of,them,issue of,children.for. sweets.
'f norhow many acres fll put in, or how rUbe fixed )tsindaome2 and comprehensivVoatalogues '; ,: Grown!
for labor: but I do''know r U .
surely plant .
some- '- containing valuable Information Working "drawinp'-for"larmbou8e. ,.
and 1 don't intend
thing to left
get fertilizer/
on -
about trees. and storage houses, designed to meet

i conditions in various sections of the Carefully selected:' free from disease
dependablestock.
:" Tbi. man-a prominent mula. Irs ; .
EaatCoaatVegetablegrow .,4im.tir Fertilisers slways'useful. Growers will find Prof. II. Harold country and assist In' 'obtaining additional -- *
it t' er-had-just finished a be stored indefinitely. with can lume's book. "Citrus Fruit. and labor" for farms, have been paldin,'. Rose..No.:4 and Red 'Bliss ''varictiei. .-, '
-thorough study of the prescntsitustion. out harm. Their Culture" an authority. It laby prepared by' the Bureau of Public .-
,} with railroad. lie officials had talked had The Director of Railroads a Florida' man.'' A companion vol- Roads of the U. S. Department of Prices reasonable. Book; your order .early--
; "
wi.itedtboGovernmentLaheavy urges early shipment and ume is one by Prof. P. II. Rolfs, dean Agriculture, Washington, D. C., freeon
t loading I of care for direct shipment from Maine.i Writ wire
or
bor Bureau. He bad gone Club together tnd make up of the Agricultural College at Gaines application. ":. "
over the fertilizer outlook .
order. for 83-, -44-or 5 ton l
with us. He then ordered a carlots. Early.hipmentand 3:1:
good general vegetable ferfull car loading is best -
for
tilizer, (one containing potash you, for the railroads, and F. F. DUTTON (
: ) enough for the I of FloridaExamine Incorporated
,t' .: of; hi. acreage. And majority tu for us-a wise move. Advantages I .' ".,

I .p.cf.d..r/ya/pm.n4 Ct your now/ Sanford, Florida .

:;: business This man' acted on sound Waters Local Carson Grocery the map of the United government has more experiment \1
r principle. You too Co., Representative .
,'[. Will*>ur.?y torntthing." Kissimmee, Fla. States, and whet geographical division stations in Florida to try out the .j'j
4 ',. ti: Cover must at least of your ? growth of foreign products than in
Armour Fertilizer of the Union is so favored as the
Work.
.
requirements
now-get a any other 'state. 41
Sstt
\! good general vegetable for Jacksonville, Fl .. Southeastern States, with a long line The South has a climate which permits ,

x of sea coast, with ports from whence
the growth of some crops all the .
,. .aa. .Itlasna..w
I;' ships sail by nearest routes to. Europe year'yound. Its soils have enormous a
," ,: It Enrich the Soil-Increase the Yield Africa, and the West Indies, capacity for growing grasses and 1 0

.: Hasten Maturity-Improve the Quality South America and the Panama Canal forage crops :for'Jive stock, not to

,,'"'. and through it to Asia And all i speak of grains, vegetables, fruits, 4 j'
: .H around and intermediate are great i etc., for human use. j't' t

; cities,.quickly and cheaply reached by With natural climatic'and material 'A ? ,
.
railway lines. resources of which man is now tak- II ti,
r .idr.rnou, There are four sources of national ing advantage of, in connection with Iw ,MS.)
wealth: the soil the forest the mines the acquired' ones of railway, facili- 1 yba".r
if and the sea. In each of these the ties'to' the chief markets due .to the r, a
South has a full share. The soil Is building alp Industries,. the Southis .

Fertilizersfc the basis of all 'wealth. The South without question the most desirably -

.!If... ." has soils adapted to all forms of veg- located section of the American
',
.
.", ''" ."'!lI'.dY/IM.:P"/ .>, etation common to the' temperatezone Union. : ; H .,

) ..,,_," n'''' m... ... .. and 'semi-tropics. Knowledge" is I Good market. 'are fully ai, impor. .f"S ""
Increasing and 8oil.'' can be made'to teat as good crops. What part of the :

"'f,_ .,f,,,., .. "' ,'".1,.', produce things'not indigenous,.''par. country can compare with the.South et*a r +t ':i

I t l'OSTtJna ) .I' icularly in Florida says the State in the matter of nearby markets and :

II11 -.FI Marketing bureau., The United States.facilities to reach them? _
w
,

IJr / SWIFT &: CO'S ANSWER TO I ed and wrapped separately, while / i''#' '
world is crying'fofood
FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION coal is delivered in' cartels or ton ,

i fer -- lots." : Never ,since the ,

Boston-Swift & Co., have prepared Answering the charge that packers J Dark Ages has there been i ';
the acusatlon of the'Fed- have themselves .
a reply to agreed among upon y
J. oral Trade'Commission filed with a division 'c>f livestock receipts, company .' 3J11ii' such ah internatlonalfood'
A Book that will "
Senate sub-committee on Sept. 28. gives the maximum and mini '\ i I ,, shortage. ', .'
The company states that in its mum weekly percentages of cattle ,.,
;
L I. help you to make whole consideration of profits, the purchases made- during the year A It Is the '''duty of ." '
Federal Trade Commission fails to Sept. 1, 1917 to Sept. 1, 1918, as folLows 'I everyman
---.. More Money realize that the profits reported by : .\ Woman and child I In ,,1

: the packers are not profits that have Dif between America to work and plan.c '.I
actually appeared in the form of Max Min max "
Lii S., constantly to increase the .
$
y cash, but are largely book profits % % _mln .' "
,(,o. ?. "Citrus Culture," an attractively' illustrated tied up in Inventory which will undoubtedly Chicago ___..____ 43.1 S2.7 13.2 output of food: : -f:

booklet, In which the experience of successful disappear in large measure Kansas City __..__ 31.418.5 12.6 ';;J

s ..... .. growers is laid before you, is full of intere.ting when prices begin to go down. Omaha ______n...,. 87.6 25.0 12.6 The 'world simply must', ., ':
:
'.v. facts and aUg'.'eatloni. Even :If the war lasts five years longer East St. Louis _.__ 47.6 81.0 16.6 bave. ,,breadmeatvegetables "'.'
more -
Even one helpful hint may mean hundred. and the drop in '''prices does not South St. Joseph. 60.0.35.9' 24.1 { ,

q .,. .f dollars to .you-"Citrus Culture" is full of come until then, .the loss will ba, justas South. St. Paul___ 97.0 62.9 34.1 'ZWLL41'S and fruits, or ,

them. Though worth paying for, the book will real. Fort Worth .-..__. 52,2 33.5 18.7 nmen'womenyandxlittle : ; .

....., be mailed free while the edition lasts For the -meat and by-products 'departments ;, children,must 'c. :''1 .
,... which to the "
are subject
"Citrus Culture"con tains useful facts from reliable 9\% limitation of profits, the state- TO FIGHt THE "FLU"Dr. 4 die of starvation. .
sources. Read It and draw own conclu-
your ment continues, the rate of turnovers WilKams' Ne.: ) ,
sions. 101 Tense for Colds "
Experienced growers have found the ' ,
.1 book of value. approximately 3V4 times a year. and Fever Proves to Be the Food; production will :lam', ; '

"It must be remembered that part of Very Hung for Spanish ,stimulated greatly ,:'
w by ,a .
Send today for your copy. A postal card the steer consists of byproductswhich Influeaza. .

!r. will do, or simply write ;your name and address move slowly, and that some of study of the large exhibits. : ; k,.
} on the margin of this ad and mail it to us. the beef is cured and salted,, and Don't neglect the simple rules of pIfamt' : :at ,the
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fc[ large portion of pork products .consists health. One of these is to keep the llorlda State 'Fair nt ;,
of cured products which'move mouth, the skin and the clothes clean. ,
; Bradley Fertilizer Works Jacksonville, Novo'27th to Dec. 6ttf and '
and that in the sale Another
very slowly even That I. easy. is to maintainthe h .
rid Tb American Agricultural Cbunlnl Compaay Fanners' National Congress, Dec. 3rd .., t+ ,
." r. O. Brsdlcjp. Local Manager of strictly fresh meat it-takes sometime bodily vigor,at or above par. It's .J 6th-Excursion Rates DM Heard BUtf. Jactaoavillc: FU. for the money to return t6'the the*run-down, system as a rule, that .
company's coffers after the actual catch the "flu." If you do not feel 'I J 9 b,I rd3 fr

sale is made. strong and vigorous, you can help .,
"The commission says that the make yourself so by taking a few .-
packers' profits of: one-quarter of a doses of Dr. Williams' No., 101. Tonic R -
.1, cent per pound on beef amounts to It is a grand tonic. It will put new ( /4S I I'

, A Tonic Laxative PREPAREDNESS. "$iS a ton as compared to only 25 cents,I life In you. If you have 'the. "tlv," -',-- I
that will remove'tit THOROUGHLY. bile from the IJm aDd This; is 'the slogan of the wise man. per ton profit on coal. As a mntter Dr. Williams' No. 101 Tonic.'should i" a e 'e k
ClMUM UMSrMen without Hptncrdiftattatftbesransdils '
k tnu> a Pwfx Laao Stock are continually exposed to of fact an1' average ,quality ton of I' 1 be., taken immediately. .The quininein
: 1 .... beef is worth at wholesale at present it kills the Influenza germs quick' 11
LAX-FO..WITS PEPSIN cuts, wounds, .eratches. etc. The about $400,'whereas a ton of, anthracite : ly. The iron in it tones,up the ays- tel.n
I.fir d aMIabla and Perfect Unthre man'who' is prepared has his healing .
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coal at tidewater is worth, only tenThe magnesia'ingredient 'acts .
which aoco nlivwM Sick H.a 1ac... PlfriBMa.- .. .
_ x- q\qnt\\ flirmsrt Traofcte. Ca and PUo eaa..dby remedy ion'.hand to stop all chancesof about $7.:' ;Compare (5 profit on.a j on ,the. liver and.bowels. :'So you"see, .
.TarpUtlZtimi' Ja Ike Ceedp.tlo.Nw.v.trestaMcttefCoUs.,_tale a blood poison: Farris' 'Healing $400 sale-with,a 25 cent, profit 'on'a it is an Ideal :medical,, preparation.Your ; t"1'
\t::: Remedy'is Highly Antiseptic.' It iseconomical. $7 i sale. The beef profit; is only about druggist" ; drug dealer. >ean 10'.
'to 1'EP8I1f". bpd4 i>4wtlwi One 60c bottle .makes. l'/4;(", coal profit over lVt ,6.,, , supply you-2&i i and 50e 1. tt1e./'Ra. ti ; '.11'0:7
.addle I In .'set oil tb. 2.00 worth f' ? : ;; ; :' .... ., .. .. ,r.:?;.,'
'oil
i e..Mra ItY > healing', ,or dint In.1917 .Swift & Co,:;filled over In to accept any'substitutes. Thereis ; ;
sf Tutei.aa
BwrD ment.. Money --refunded if yea 'ar.': 80,000,000 orders of all products :!With nothing. ; that is just aa good.- Made I ttrorn dsnl: onic Colda iaaM Grip aa4taSoe0at ..., ,' .. '.-f:-. ...;.Ii""
to tai not; satisfied., Waters"'Canon Gro- a total of about; 200,000,000 items a only by'the G, $.'Williams Co.,, Quit- w.wwittantrpd.urpiy**'*'*** ia8.n..I LAT T1ViEa00IQ. QOI1aICTFIaea.; ...."'..,;
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[,B. Crawford.. '. Lee JarreO ,. : !,A--.. ISIS.. .. ... ..! ....... ... ..t .o........... . . .tf
: WHEN MTORALQA ;
ST.CLo-U Clerk'of AbboveECourtCircuit
: A. the
CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTORNBTSATLAW :

Mr. John Salmon of Owassfc, 'A11AWICElYEs( ( Court T Beat COURT FOR v. 4S-ISC THH f F: D. G' WAGNER I j.

Cu' e. and.7: '".CittaeM dloh.4 arrived"h....'Tuesday last for .. -, fI pENTHCiJ STATE OF FLORIDA A'-CtRcurr'IN AND OFT ,-' .
Bulldinjr .
rya *> Florid the::-lifr.lnnd.Mri winter. :DA.Ram.deq.and; t, '.'. .... CsWkTj&rH.OBCEOLAi. SNYD COUNTT.R. "C IN inT>lal CHAN>iant. Real- Estite and Insurance Agency"
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TJ ton sit attenthe'COD -<* CV.MAIN, aivanaa .IN.-$o ; .;
Mrs Maggie Perry .Marion. WIs., oa' :sc THKRN COOP :HATIVm,HOME PV .
DI 'W.: W. CARSON ) edoa aDd... CHASING COM PANT, a private COI'4
and Irs."Julia Mw Rosey. of James- Miration of Jefferson County Ala. "'
,
DENTIST rille WIs., arrived Saturday evening "1'e11ftee pain ,MR8. HANNAH K. MORGAN widow.) Gtizens Bank Building. Telephone No. 30.
MRS-.IG> MORGAN.-.< '
i Office 'ov r'.PUI.7.::Building: or:;.the,winter, and..will probAbl,' 10. 'LIAM W ,WATSON.' NAT W1dowt"Wn.POTNTZ. =: KUsimmee Fla.. .
Offlee Hears: 1-11 1-e here. ,* and all persona claiming interest In REPRESENTlNG-
I 'Ph... it..ld.nd.'Pbo III cate the'lands In the Bill of Complaint
I ......taa..r... for Katraetlea et 'Mr*. Kugler who has been spending A tUtU.applied*****n4Mii v wfla this case deaerlbed under any of the E. A. Strout farm Agency maintaining, big general offices in New
:
Teeth elra/i.immediately and;rest*andi4joothe above named reapoadenta. It any of
!O the summer at New Freedom the nerves. the same be deeeaaed. or otherwise York. Philadelphia. Boston Chicago and other cities for the ,eonvenience r

O'RtYAl1ATTORNEYATLAW P.; came in Saturday morning and SJoea'a IJnlmeat U effective !. .claiming ORDER interest OF "PUBLICATION.To :
LEWIS very dents ?' :of home seekers. If you wish. to sell write me at once
Is at her home on Virginia avenue. subying-external palaa,(train*.brnisea, all persons claimingIntereat In the
stiff lamb lands below described under O. O. J" you payno fees of kind unless we sell No char _
: btr. and Mn.,, A. Durham arrived aches joint sere nuisdea Main George' Main. Southern Cooperative .- any your property.
Friday evening last, from Dnrand, aq aeuritlsaIlMicaghevamtk; twinge* Home' Purehaalna1 Company, a. I ges for lilting. withdrawing'or advertising. '
Waring- Bonding Keep big bottle always hand private corporation of Jefferson Couny
Mich; for. the winter. for on Ala: Mrs. Hannah K. Morgan wid.low We also represent: the New York Life Insurance Companyand
Um3y use Druggists everywhere. .
0 t Mr.and Mr. A. .E.. Turner and ; Mra.W. H.Watson K. Morgan orifat! wldowi Poynts William Ifexiyof the Oceu'Acc:dent and Health Insurance.
: ,. .
Jeaostoa CIuToto. nephew Frank cam, last- Friday the aame....deeeaaed. ,..or other.wise .
claiminginterest therein. Tou
JOHNSTON; GARRETT- from Ada,.Miclu, and erect home onlaryland are hereby commanded to a pear In . . . .
the above entitled Court In the above
ATTORNEYrAT-LAW .
avenue.Mr entitled cause on the 4th day of January ,
..10./11 and 12 ClUsensBuilding Baa lL.Imm.w and Mrs. Woodard left Tuesday A. D. ISIS. The land. In question
are). The South half of the Southeast
; for Fort' .Wor h Texas, to stay quarter of the Southwest quarter; and
'1 .= ; Fla. ; with her son, and the ladies of the 'he. South half of Lot I of Section C, j
Lot 1 and the Northeast quarter of the
Elsie P. McElroy Auxiliary presented CI.lm.nt'nam... as witnesses: Northwest quarter of Section S: all In
Mrs '"beautiful B. a. Hancock Louarhman. Fla. Township SS South Range SS Bast of s c e oIaHardwareCo1-
V Woodard. withft L. Ik Pops, UKhman, Fla.E. the Tallahassee .i'.rldlallo located In ,
land bag as a token of their atr e. B. Havens LAUKhman. Fla. I Oaoeola County, Florida. WITNBS9!
C. L, Heath., IXMiKhraan Kla.ROBT I the. Honorable James W. Perkins.
: Lion: V. DAVIE Judge of the above Court, and my

mm mm New England Society Meets. 7-tt.. '. Resrleter. said name Court a. Clerk"at Klssimmee.thereof' and Florida the Seal, on of Located on: Kissiramce's

The New. England Society met. in NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.. his the Snd day of October A. D.
UII. CORNER
uppper G. A. R. hall,-No'. 12. "Am. Notice la hereby; -given that under J. U.OVERBTREBT BUSIEST .

SELLS erica," by the audience followed by and by virtue of final decree offore- AS Clerk of the Above Court r
:
losure Issued oat of and under the (Circuit Court Seal) 4S-SL
,{ : prayer, by Rev. Riggs. Remarks by seal of the Circuit Court of the Seventh
rice-President Mason, occupying the Judicial Circuit of the State of Florid IN CIRCUIT COURT. STATE. ,, OF. '
Fire; Life Accident and -. '
J. In and for Osceola County. In FIxmiUA
'' chair in the absence of the president. Chancery Silting. 1n certain cause Seveath .Judicial Clre.l..Oaeeela C.... Bang! Bang!
l: Health Plate Glass Liability The.minutes of the previous meetingwere herein pending: wherein 8., L* Lupfer "
,' and W, B. Crawford are Complainant tys .;; Caasirery.James ". .
read; I.N. Burch acting aa sec- and J... F.. William and Beuiah WIN E. avls. Complainant ..vs.
i. Boiler Insurance. lI.m.are Respondents.the undersigned Annie Sloan Boswell." Sarah F. Boa
and
{etary. in the absence of Mr. Mary aa Special Matter In Chancery will well and William Boawrll. Defendants.It .
X>ughty. Treasurers report*by Mrs., sell at public outcry during the legal appearing affldlvlt appendedto
Bonds Executed. hour of sale before the Court House the bill tiled la the above stated cause
Legal remarks by Dr Riggs and In the City of Klaalmmee. of aaldCounty that Annie I ..
Epple; ; door F. '
Iioswr.ll and 'Wafa1.oD'le.b de. A great barrage. against all sorts.of wild game has been begun l
:, said he Mondarolthe 5thtdayoofFlori
I" Mr. Wentworth. Dr. Riggs .
Same Needed. da on fendanta therein named are noH-rosN
; Day, bought a,, committee, should be ap. nary A. D., ISIS. .the following. described denta of the State of Florida, and that by Florida sportsmen, and lots of the fellows are ,going over the top
real estate eltuate an' kald their place of residence la unknown '
j i ; pointed to elect candidates for office, o.At., County! Florldal and! that they are over- th.. ass A/ 1 Do you_want to go too?, If you do.we can fit ;"; u'ou with"the:very, ,4''
i : I and 1 ;
appointed, Dr. Lou and II block 'i lot. i..entjn.i arii It la th.oor
.commltte..ot..three
OFFICE: j Still Baik' Ball.lnf"st m- block 10; lot 10. block 11)) lots I. S, S.U ; dered that raid nonLreaWent'Defend* best of ammunition. '"ille.re
'Harvey { Went- S '. nta.be .. .. handling three of .the best brands and
llffge, ,Mr. :.and ) r.. ., and'. /i21ots 4.'lot'adQii: ,'block Slots .ajd'they if{bor.b" reqJalred.ap .-to t. ..' .
''ft!! I worth. An amendment "was 'offeredbyMri block 1 and >4 to IS, Inc. of block SS;| In aald.cauae/ r or.before of complaint Monday Sled the ,. are selling oodles of it too.. It doesn't pay to use .an inferior% grade of ,

WenJfeworth to elect officers In lore T to IS. Inc. block 14: lot. S to 10 Snd'day of December A. D. ISIS otherwise .
tno. block lets-4,to. IS. Inc., block the -allegations'ofi.ald'blti'willbe > ammunition, that just squirts shot in the .direction of thngame butt
;" J.W.THOMPSOIIFuneral I the. December! meeting. One new SS: tots-t' IIi I In*., less lot JO. block taken. confeased,byr. aald defend4nta. _" . ) a"r
i til lots 1 to iL Inc. block SI; lot. 4 standard ,that will ' :
in. use goods hair feathers good:tough
penetrate a
; member was taken \ to IS. Ina, block SS all,block SO and I : It Is further ordered that thisor.: : or
: The following is,, the program in III| all -lots S to IS, Inc. block SI: lots 4.1"'b. published once a week'for olitbteonaecutlve hide. Giveui call and will ..
: DirectorAND ? S to Inc. block 14: lota S to : Inc., week In the Valley Oasette. ; 'a we. start.you out. nglitWe
charge of Miss,Epple i 1 kUl; all blocks i1. ST. 56. .. 48. I ,' a newspaper published. In < ald .
... Two selections on the violin by Mr. 4*, (0,and Hr In fI.ctlon.I. Township County and. State.ThisIrd. haven't said; anything about our' fine"Library, Tables for along t
of the townof day.t'October.ICif.L
SO 80uth'R&n.'II.Eaet; i
: Birch and Mr. Andrist accompanied according to correctedmap U OVKR8TREET.. "
Whlttler of said town filed In the office of (SEAL) Clerk. Clreult Court. time and mention them now>to remind'you i what.a fine addition
by" Mr., Bitter on the,piano.,, the Clerk of the Circuit Court of 0. By 8. II. BULLOCK. D. C. 4S-St. "" .bo't
looks'and
i UCENSED CMBAIMR Recitation, "Daybreak," by Mr. ceola County Florida on the 4th day one would- .male'to the comfort- of'yoyr\ horn. ,.
of February 1111. and recorded In KOTICK OF ADMINISTRATOR,
who for gave of Plata 76. I Christmas time. 1
Daugherty. encode book "B., naao. (Fr Final 0..1'...) -

i 'Store ,and Chapel Stewart Ave "Yanks.." Terms_fed K or I..Sale I m?'i ee Cash.FI o r1d a VA"..- 16: ta C..ats; I.
Court ef Judge, State) efFlorida.
March"and I.i : 4S-4U
f f 'Lt.slmm.s.Pie.: Accordeon solo J'CalWman JOHN a..CADEUSpecial .) .
"Darkey Kingdom Coming, by 1
Master In Chancery.IN T
t. .. we.Estate .Jaeaen. W. PrCatU.Oeeeela .
f.4 . 40 BNNNNi. BNNP N Mr. Dingle.. aSongs i COURT FOR THE c....,.. War:
by. Map., Drought. SEVENTH THE CIRCUIT JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Notice la hereby given,. to all whom Savings. Stamps, .

M. TILLER Recitation. ."The Songof the THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND It of Aprll may concern, A. D., 1,10 that. I on shall the 10th day' to
l'' FOIl O8CBOUA COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. Judge Our soldiers_have crossed the Atlantic and knocked big hole :
the Honorable T. M. Murphy. of
a
Miss. Complainant.V. : '
Trench: .by Epple. : B said of Probate, for
I A"N.8 J.mmi Court as-Judge
'. I Real!J{ 'Ld5H! :. Two. selections on Violin" ,Bitler.by Mr. THERN.. O. C. COOPERATIVE Q HOMB MAIN. PURCHASING SOU. ., finaldischarge the estate of Jamea aa Administratrix W. Prentla, .deceased of through.the'.last' autocratic government, in Europe, and we are'proud', \
a"
{ Mrs. COMPANY private cor.poration .
Jones, accompanied bye' of Jefferson County, Ala. ; and that at the-same time I ; of them!= All along we have stood by them splendidly; except in the
< i Realty bought and sold.Taxe Recitation,"Such a Nice Young ,.RS.' HANNAH K. MORGAN widow, 1 wilt' present said court my final accounts' .II
Administratrix of said
j .Hbuses tented- "T" MRS H.-SC. MORGAN<< widow: >VII aa estate -. ,. sale of'War.Savings Stamps., is far from being taken. r
<< "Man.! Mrs. Bel .i.i"; iA\\i w; WATSON WAT POTNTSS. and aak for their approvalDated. : &.>> Our, quota ; :-

,"" ; paid and Tticaxenll.d'. Mr.' Mason read a brlefAarticle'onconserving and the ,landaoln all peraona the. claiming bill of complaint interest In In o-a-m-f-l-mo.41 September, MART S7,J.:'"PRietN Adlmniutratlx.SOTICE > : ., C'm on and let's finish this job as heroically as they did: theirs. "

DOa-rald.ab. and wheat;, Mr.
sugar Ma: eaae described under any of the .

Ire, Life and Accident fa.J Birch was elected .an' honey mem- above the same named be respondents.deceased or If otherwiseclaiming any of OF ADMINISTRATOR(

ber.' Adjournment until Second Tuesday interest therein. Reapondenta. riNAlr' ,DiaCUAROB..
rance.. .!. ORDER OF PUBLICATION In Court of. County Judge, State of :
indemnity Bonds. December., ., TOO. C. MAIN. OBORQB MAIN Florida, Oaceolav'County. -In re Es- _
A meetinff was held In the G. A. R. SOUTH1CRN1COOPER ATITB HOMI tmte'of -D. C. Lee.Notice Osce-oIaKarwnreCt. .
..i i..i... .i....... PURCHASING COMPANY a private I Is hereby given to all whom It : : ; _
hall Monday evening the interest corporation of Jefferson Bounty. Ala; mar concern, that on the 4th day of
funds the.War I MRS. .HANNAH K. MORGAN widow; February. A..D. ISIS, I shallaDyly. to .'
of the drive for .in
: MRS H K. MORGAN widow WILLIAM the Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judge of
Work Campaign. All Joined in singing W. WATSON and NAT POYNTZ. aid Court, aa Judge of Probate/ for'my i
Tou are hereby, commanded to appearIn Bnal discharge as Administratrix of the
America after which Rey Cook the- entitled Court In the estate of D. C. Lee, deceased and thaEt : .
.lead,in prayer.. J. K. Conn'then. presented above entitled| cans on or,, before the the same time.I will present to said Ererybody Who li Anybody Advertises, Tleir: "Warta' b the. : Gazette
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Snd day of December, A. D. r my.final 9 Adrolnlstratrlx
Rev. I. L. Jenkins who told jis WITNESS the honorable .J. ...aU W of said I estate :at.a.'k. for their approval - - .

the object of this meeting, and then and Perkins my,name Judge aa of Clerk the' thereof above and Court the Dated July S6th A. r).. ISIS.' )

).; presented Mr. Pledger,of KUsimmee, seal of said Court at KUsimmee. FlorIda FLORA B. LEE.Administratrlx.IIIemImo .

. CHEEKNEALSCOFFEES ......a ftn... .'L.llr.' Then Mr on this the Snd day_ of October :
gab'Nealyof -- - --' -----
Orlando was introducedand [ -ta1ei-n.kj

after which ; ;
gave a splendid talk taken IT SAVED MANY' LIVES' '
some liberal subscriptions were '
'for the w rwOI'k.; everyone being enthusiastic This terrible eptdemlo which the cou't has.passed throua-h,'anck Kissimmee' ;
the Routh In particular, which took such a heavy toll AfMlvre, haa of
and 'anxious to help. t proven conclusively that preparations like PLANK'S CHILL TONIC
Gessford now have a place In the good will of the people-they never ocoupleubefore. .
Best By Every Test Mr. and Mrs. Bert came '
I in Wednesday evening from Tarpon In thousands of homed people were absolutely unable to secure
'the services of a physician, a druggist or nur.e'lor their loved onea.nd The; of the world
I Springs, where Mr.. Gessford has were forced to depend upon PLANK'S CHI 1,1,'TONIU for this moat eyes ti tir :
,been employed in the shipyards.Uncle critical time; It did not disappoint and many many persons tell ua
REDCR.O.ss.TONE that without It, some member of their family would have paseed away.It .
.- I Josh Ferguson was a. business I. the same today as It has been. forthepaetFIFTERN.years,
ROOT AND BUCHU ,
COMTOUND made of'good honest druss; it.la the ONE medicine which will positively -
_Of fpexcelleiMralns) tot the treatment' visitor to KissimmeeWednes- rid the system of Chills and Fever: Colds, Influensn.., (grippe)' are on the man whoSAVES R;
I 9 'of kidney diseases. ,Pains In the back 'day. and Malaria.' v \ .. .
'I For the abovdl..e.... follow directions on bottler It la also an ,
r and burning sensations are symptoms Rev. H H. Bowen, who was at excellent-tonic. a teaspoonful after meala. keeps you well and strong.0tH ., .
C(kidney-troubles, which are quickly the- In.pira- UUAHANTKH'-If It does not make you feel like a different person -
overcome by use of this remeov.. This Winter Park attending In a day, your druggist! will refund your, money without Question.
and BOON than one-hundred other'Bed tional. Conventions arrived. homo '

Cross Remedies Mid and guaranteedonly Wednesday evening, he, was accompanied PLANKS CHILL TONIC 25 and 50. CentsAt r

by' by Rev. ,Northrop, "who remained leer Drasrsrtat' Geaeral Store Made la .._.yllie. Fl. ,

,, CENTRAL DRUG STORE over until Thursday. ,

Mrs. Sanborn of Klssimmee was ,
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in the city Wednesday and Thursday !





:i :City.Market:; calling Greatly"I am on thankful Benefited'friends Tablets.for'by the, Chamberlain's good I'havereceived -'1"flax.Notioe.t. il O..1 PAUSE a a moment thought.<<; ,.to young self man The,.,




by nsln r,Chamberlain's. Tab I.... problems; that'confront you now or-

lets. About; two yearf ago when I began ,

,' taking'.them ,I. was.,. suffering',a Notice is hereby given that the : will a' few years hence.

Plionei 44' treat deal from distress after,eatingand .

from headache and.a tired, languid . Tax Books of Osceola County will a: Leek abut y.u--th..en: ef affairs !In country state, siatiea_. .r, eyes

': "!I1. I- feeling due to indigestion anda i* the. world. aria the mea whe started t.. save early im. life.' '
; -. torpid liver. Chamberlain's" Tablets '
be for collection oh November 1
'': corrected these: disorders in a abort open They kare Ike respect smd c .u..c.,.f. tile coousiamity. .
-

.. .. Engraved Calling-- Cards:and w d. time them, and my since health taking has .two' been bottles good," first. I am .now. 'ready' to furnish tax flea look .. the other slds-at tie fellows wa. spend all tkpSauk.they :

1t.-o :ding! Invitations,' Engraved and Embossed writes Mrs. M... P. Harwood, Auburn, .. may kav a feed tisse far a while, bet what. .dee tkairpersoaaKty (

Stationery can be secured at N. Y. estimates. In' writing about taxes al- reflect .

,the Gacette office.: Let ua show e I .
yon I A debar a* M ti tkls .bank wiD .. the 1 j

.., ,"our ,amplea'.nd prices tf: A want ad. in the Valley Gazette. ways,.give,, complete description of .clems ..t. u depesUed. keaoraklsv Independent career. ", ,
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will rent :your .pare room.;_ _ .
Y Tb Stronz.Withstand Make yew berasuag. .nw-t... Year. bash
Weaker : and enclose '
CoM Better Tbaa tile ADvERTISEMENTs your: property, : postage bcalr wiO pare Ik*,way; :

.. .;Yon must hard Health; Strength and Enrfurano : LEGAL :' .- Capital. dr ;* '__ ', 'loo.ooo o0

*to ape ColdajOrlp and Inflwitita. I for:reply;. A. discount of 2 per cent: Resewces ....-..._____________ ---- 'tool ooo.oo, r
When your' >-Uoo4
", ';your.ClGllClldCla.Qd system Is does.unable notdrcula.)'to withstand-Uie propeity. v.La'He.artaaea;. ......Oa1..avalls.Flae e.I.e rl t. will.be allowed'-on all :taxes,paid, during "GiTe.thanks'I* the Lard. and yew Ceutry: far the glory ef"..-. = : .

'J'.01e........a1*:...ISIS i the by baying W.S. S. this .....:.", '
[ .:"I GROVE'S><.TASTELESS a t.TOMC month:,of November s
Nonce Is her.byi riven that'-JamesA.. '- ,Officers ad Directors .
HortMes) the System Against Colds. Grip Minnick, of 'Lourhman. Fla. who on .
"',/:', iasaenza b h i tylety aDd Endcbingth January-'21, ISIS. made 1'iome.teadEntry C.. "L'' BANDY' C A.,CARSON.. : President; M. KATZ mmA K.'L.'LESLEY. V-P.,:, ;

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-establish claim to the'land above C,'A. CARSON., JL.FLEMING. .E. L LESLEY .
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BOOT THE KISSIMMEE! VALLEY c.UE1TE'FRJDAT, NOVEMBER 22, '1918 '

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'0' bel be received later It will not be r
,.. ." t. T. I used anf] must also state that to the .
best of''their knowledge' and belief
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.. only one package will be sent to the I . \
soldier for whom their packr.ge. is intended . Fk

/?:,. S. FLOYD' : 'The ."southern. division has had these r I r --' -

labels printed and they may be had
from the local chapters with full I ... .1
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instructions. ,,," ", .
'. An S. O. S., pall is being sent out .,.', l'' '', '. ",,, '
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., .. by the surgical 'dresings departmentof i "..", ./ 1. ' FE UNIVERSACAR :.. 4J .",
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Groceries and the Kisimmee Red Cross. The I '. , I J. ,"i'1),), '
rooms have 'been closed since the oJ "
signing. of the armistic&- .and only <
government orders will be recognized ?f ]
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", ANNOUNCEMENT
I from now on. One of 'these orderswas !
Pa .Fresh Meats' I received this week and the room .
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will open Monday morning. when it i
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it r Is important that many workers' be :

.. present and. start the work.< The or- eoI _

: der 'is for "triangle bandages,'' the.I 1

}y Phone 176 302 Broadway .allotment)f December.'to.be completed by' the 31st: The victory of our boys '"Over' There"; $x /

j knitters are needed in the hospital '
garments department. The shipment. makes possible the resumption of the '!

.. : "J, ] of Red Cross wool has not all been i

'r!: given out and all those who can ply manufacture; i of the UNIVERSAL \CAR ;. .

Ji W the needles, should volunteer for this .. :
service. Prospective' purchasers should place their 'V';1J
fash-
remember them in this kindly

RED CROSS ion. Added to this trouble much mail COUNTY FAIR AND LIVE orders now for early delivery. Come in "
Is lost In transit and the appearances STOCK MEETING COMBINED ,
were that Christmas. day would not '
L!S Officer- be the< dby -universal rejoicing unless (Continued From Page One. ) and talk the matter over, or write us and i :

some steps were taken. Here is ,
Chairman Cadel. hogs, the growing of more fruit and our representative will call terms be '
-Mayor-J. S. where the American Red Cross .will ; ,can, 1
vegetables and the raising of more
VI -'Ch.lrnl.n"'Mn. B. B. Simp- again play the roll -of the greatest .
.on. 1 mother in the world" for each such poultry.As arranged if desired. 9neTonruck for
Secretary-Mrs. E. E..WeU.,. soldier in Pershing'a forces has received to the fun, that may safely be, i
Ir, Treasurer-M. Katz. one of .the labels with instruc left with the men who""have the. fair immediate delivery; Touring Cars and .
'" Other member. of the. 'Executive. tions to send it to the Red Cross under co consideration with the assur- >
; Board I headquarters. These labels will be ance that ,whatever form it may, Roadsters within '
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thirty days.
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i C. ,A.- .Canon A.' E. Donegan,I ilvided among the Red Cross divisions take it will be worth the price.
s Judge ,T. M. Murphy with instructions to distribute The-officers( and directors who will
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Supervisor of Woman's, Work-, them' among the 'Red Cross chapters. arrange this fair, follows: Our: special shop, equipment and stock;

1 Mrs. ,N. C. Bryan., .. i iChalrm.n Each chapter in turn will distribute S. I*. Lupfer, president; E. L. Les- f. '
4i Knitting Department- its share to any one who volunteers ley, Vice-presiden; W. B. Makinson, of genuine, FORD ,parts is complete, and .'
1dn. W. J. S: Carr.; to send the parcels to men without vice-president; A. :E. Thomas;, sec
relative retarytreasurer.Board all ,repair work: guaranteed.ACCESSORIES : .

+. Christmas packages maybe sent -New Rules for Christmas Parcels of Directors.A. .. ,
E. Donegan E.. L. Lesley J. W. 4
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to soldiers overseas M late as November Time Extended
30th. The time":for mailing- Christmas I Tucker W. B. Makirtson, IL;.C. Stanford MOBILE OILS SUPPLIES '
Akies Bass, Ernest Mach, L. A.,
;; Annual election of officers to serve parcels to soldiers overseas has been ,
the Kissimmee chapter of the American extended to November 30. This action Hamilton S. L. Lupfer N. C. Bryan .
Pat Johnston M.- D.: Alexander W.
Red Cross will, be held next was taken to insure every soldier J
B. 'Harris, S. T. Fansler and A. E. MOTORCOMPAN
Wednesday.More receiving a gift from home on that Thomas. r'OSCEOLA OSCEOLA
knitters are asked to volun. day; and authorities have authorized'the . .
d. i. : '
teer for service to enable the chapterto II American Red Cross'.to .have
ASKED TO HELP FEED
get out its-quota of sweaters. and printed sufficient labels exactly sim- .
nocks at an'early date. The directions -: ilar to those'received from abroad to 1 THE ALLIES. AUTHORIZED ,FORD AGENTS ti

for.knitting: these articles have issue to the families who have not re- '
+ recently been' published in the Ga- ceived the labels which were distributed (Continued from Page One) 3O7-9 Broadway, Kissimmee

i zette.- It la of' utmost- importance to the men abroad. Pledger will carry the mesage to ev-
b that the exact rules] be followed. The new rule provides that the cry commtfnity possible in' the county HOOD TIRES FISK TIRES
( -Since the armistice! has been signed nearest relative of each man in ,the) ; campaign.Just ;
; .,Uncle Sam has more time to devote A. E. F. may obtain from the Tied which' foods should be' conserved '!l I ,'
A to the:-happiness of his soldiers. Cross chapter a duplicate providedthe will be announced later ,,,la, .'
'overseas and is modifying the rules' original has not arrived by November though it is the general opinion that y

and 'regulations refering to the 21st.Applicants. i milk butter- cheese, fat and Dork.. t,
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4 Christmas parcels. In, :fact, the' authorities for these duplicate ]la- i would best meet the needs of the sit; -----..-
t are endeavoring to insure les must make a written statement uation. NEAR SPORTSMEN SHOOT THE quite a little pleasure,.
? every soldier's: receiving a package to; the effect that he or she is the I The food administration expects to SQUIRRELS AT HAM. GROVE I am very loath to put the matterin
}ki from the grateful heart. here. At nearest relative in the United States ,stay right on the job as long as theyare the hands of the Sheriff, but would Of Course
to first'It was the'plan to have the soldiers ] of the man to whom the paclqige\ IIIto. needed, and will give special attention prefer that you place the 'matter before -
1 ', send labels ''to their nearest're1 ; be sent and state that the original : to the profiteer. Should; such Some years ago a few squirrelswere the public, through the columnsof all eyeglasses should] be. helpful "

1; lative of friend here but it was found label has not been received from I a person be found he will be meted turned loose, at Hammock your paper. Public opinion can
1 .that many among the more than two abroad. They must also "assure the out justice without mercy; even to : Grove. To a certain extent but they unfortunately have assist in preventing the extermina, but are they
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t million "over there"' had no one to chapter'that should the original la Incarceration behind the "bars.Citizens Increased and multiplied tion of these interesting little ani
-, -,- ] they have many enemies mals. A. E. DROUGHT.
chiefly among some of the boys and
.. so-called sportsmen of Kissimmee.For NOTICE.
instance at daybreak on last
Some time the city council
Sunday morning, four ,local 'sports, ago
. ... enacted sanitary laws to conform
did their best to exterminate what
.i .. few there are left. I would like to with similar state laws, but-owing to J
the fact that material and )labor were No indeed. Unless the glassesare
remin dthe aforesaid so-called sportsmen ,
difficult to obtain at that time the accurately fitted and "'
731 are of
;, that under Section 9, Ch. ,
of ]laws of Florida, the lands at Hammock ordinance is 'not being kept to the the exact strength In' sphere or -
.'i> .; ; \ :,{ ; : Grove Constitute Private letter. There is plenty of materialnow cylinder or sphere-cylinder ..
in Kissimmee to construct the needed to correct the defect :
they -
Park and that it is a misdemeanor to
p ; To Attract Money' pursue injure capture, or destroy, vats,, and' contractors are idle'and: will be far from helpful] -they will
any squirrel, at any time therein. property owners -who have not ob- .be absolutely hurtfuL' To get the'. "x
r Kissimmee has no public park, consequently served the sanitary law, must do''so RIGHT glasses; you must go to _
throughout the winter, and at once of suffer the penalty.G. an ,OcultUt of proved ability."That's +

Is in the shape'of deposits, a Banking Institution '. through the summer months for that II W. OVERSTREET Marshall. Us.." '
matter walk throughthe DR. E. JIOFFMAN ,
many persons
must be able, to give positive assurance of solid business principles METHODIST CHURCH.
grounds at Uammock'Grove.. A Oculist] and Optician. ?
I unvarying in' Courteous attention and a' service capable: of. fulfilling l flw squirrel. may be seen from time' Preaching by the pastor:. 'Sunday 28 W. Church St. Orlando; Fla

t ; every requirement of its patrons. to time about .the. house} they are at 11 a. m. and 7p.m. 4
Subject "A Cake Half
:lever: disturbed' by any of the members Morning ,
t The personnel of our Board .of Directors assures the carrying . of my family_, aswe. like to see Baked." WE BUYOLD

v t -out of sound bus: e.. ,policr.' and our continuous growth of satisfied' them around. 'Or '.otne{ may be seen Evening subject, "The Rainbow." FALSE ,TEETH 5
I ... now .and then, going. from bough to Prayer meeting Wednesday evening '
Z customers is evidence of our ability, and willingness to please. bough among the large oak trees. will be in charge of the SeniorLeague. We pay from $2.00 to 35.00 per, '
a f I set (broken. Iota). We .
also ,
l and It' I p.y.ae. *
An attraction to,the place ;
et This is a good, place 'to have YOljJR' account. ; affords pleasure to many persona QuarterlyConference wilt'be held teal Silver value and] for' Diamonds, old Gold, ,

from one .year's; end to another totee ; In the'church I1T ember'26. at 7 p.m. v Brldgworlc Seud at
them. : ,J.. D. .s BERT, Pastor. once by parcel port-and receive cash .
Bank .. The tand.'ai posted, and I have by return raalUMAZER'S
i' +t'mn.auraks ws.s. tried in :various ways to protect these I Mr. and 'Mrs:. Harry Piano, 'S. 'L.LupferMn'NelU TOOTH SPECIALTY ;
\ Deft X..2007 So. Cth. fit Philadelphia)
'ittle creatures. There is no sport RegeroMiss Lu .
bltstwacss ietaPar .
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'' OF KISSIMMEE ... ..' 'n shooting them}, some'of them are cy Lupfer and Messrs. Howard. Reed
l. .U auLD aY tea1T1. useless and Tom the' Pfles) Cured la 6 to M Days 1Dmdglats
: UNITED: STATES more- or less tame 'and the Clark were ShIners. II "
.. bank with) the ability and williag. GOVERNMENT . slaughter that went on last ,SundAy motoring to Lakeland Thursday for ..-......,..efgd4BIdn:: % .crPsa.Pa.ODITIIENT r. ...', ,!

, L ,, s. (.' .' [tD-. SERVE oor morning, deprives many' : persons.. of the state meting I -.fill'-up AIMII"--I..ID.after,tlae.art P1In.appllceLiaao sod ","-rr-. _'."._. .' .. t'

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