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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: November 29, 1918
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00883
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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, Circuit Cqurt was convened by tJ cued for the Term on motion o f THE ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, U. S.". ARMY, THAT The'' question- of Osceola' county active co-operation of every cattleman a'

Judge, J.. W. Perkins, of- DeLand. on defendant, which motion plaintiff ac LIEUTENANT W. T. MAKINSON: KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA fair which has been, under consideration in this section of the fair association
Tuesday..The Grand Jury was drawn, cepted..
1918 b 't""bfftdal. of the and of every individual who'h.
I, mad 'atyer electing Wm. ,H. Mann, Geo. L.. Brlnkerhoff, vs. W. ADrtfwdy .. the interest of the
lojenian, and E. G. Vane Agnew, ,. et. al., aasumpsit damages,I HAVING BEEN KILLED, IN 'ACTION ON THAT DATE. ] !! 'for the PUt week, is beginnlttg' heart county at e

Clerk, {mediately .went! to world By $1,000.. Jury rendered a verdict In ''INASMUCH AS THIS IS, THE FIRST AND ONLY KISSIM to assume deflnate shape, although Mr. Johnston will be assisted by

'Thursday nobn'three indictments had favor of plaintiff MEE OFFICER,.WHO, ON THE-FIELD OF BATTLE, HAS GIVEN no detailed plans have been County Agent Javena, and Mr.Thom-

en'returned, as .follows) Augustus Louis .Baisden, vs. Jane A. Mc- HIS. ALL FOR HIS COUNTRY;; AND made as yet.' The' officers and boardof as,,the former manager who is still(
'Slmmoni, charged'with breaking and Dermitt, ejection. Defendant lost on directors are unanimous in believing secretary-treasurer the association
iter-ing; Eola Hunter; aggravated default. the dates-January 15, '.18 andlT will devote much time
ujt.;'.Mack Battle, aggravated ault. Josephine E. Kirkpatrick, vs. Cityof HAVE'.GIVEN) : NO LESS THAN IIE, I, MAYOR OF KISSIMMEE, -when Kisslmmee will have the boner possible to the enterprise as and' wilt as

-- jKUsimmee Tort Damages. $10- WISH TOJ EXTEND TO TilE FAMILY. IN THEIR BEREAVE. of entertaining the 'State Live aid with Mr,experience.

Judge Perkins adjourned court for OOOi Set for today.It.Kirkwood MENT, THE SYMPATHIES OF THE;ENTIRE COMMUNITY AND Stock, ''Association at their annual Mr. Johnston I..' In Jackson villa thfa

Thanksgiving, but before the adjournment ,vs. D. L. Perry, damages TO ASSURE THE, FAMILY THAT'''THIS IS :NOT A LOSS TO coriientlon' would be the psychologicaltime week where he is exhibiting,stock at p
the followingv-clvil case= $20,00p.( Passed. to' hold this, celebration. On
THEM ALONE BUT THAT:: THEIR SORROW IS SHARED BY i the State Fair and his plans will not
were disposed of:, Katherine Whitney vs. Arthur E. previous years the fair has. been arranged b t known until his return. Nevertheless
..Citizen Bank of Kissimmeoy vs. Donegan, assuropiit damages $3,000 EVERYONE WHO KNEW THE DE EASED. to coincide with fairs of other the fact that he has taken the

Arthur E. Donegan* a..umpait.dam. ; Set for Thursday-afternoon., AS A FURTHER MARK OF RESPECT TO THE MEMORY section to enable Osceola to obtaina matter In charge will' insure its'com
ages, 1000.. Passed., Peninsular Naval Stores Co., vs.' S. OF'LIEUTENANT' W. ,T. MAKINSON.: AND TO, MIS FAMILY. I 'professional racing' circuit and a plate success,

Citizens 'Bank'' of Kisslmmee, ,"" I' B. Aultma'n,. aisumpsit damages, REQUEST :THAT ON SATURDAY,, NOVEMBER 30TH, 1918, carnival syndicate, and .thousands of
Deer ,Park Stock Farm, svssumpsit' $750. Set for Monday afternoon. CITIZEN' AND HOUSE dollars 'were taken'' out of the community
damages, $5,000. Passed. The criminal cases' on the dockit through these ,channels.. This
1, W. Phillips & Son, vs. Arthur E.. Comprise four cases against 'W. henry HAVING AN *AMERICAN- FLAG FLY' THE SAME AT' HALF yr;the fair' is to assume more of astoc'I IN KISSIMMEE,,

Donegan, assumpsit,damages,, $2,400. Savage) ,three!) for 'fraudulently' MAST; .exhibit; than that of a carnival -
Johnston A Garrett announced they changing the marks on animals, and JOHN, 8.: CADEL,. Mayor of Klssimmee.; ., though some fun will be added for Thanksgiving was fittingly cele-'
had heretofore withdrawn from the one for' the larceny of 'a domestic animaL good, measure. brated in, Kisslmmee Thursday by
'ca=se and had so advised defendant, One against Walter Tracy forfraudulently A.. E.: Thomas, who engineered the the 'usual ceremonies attending the
who authorized them 'to state In open changing "the''marks of ., association! through its initial stages anniversary' of this national holiday

court ,that he submits the _cue'with- ,marked'animal., development, and the first two and general feasting :was the rule
out contention on the part 'of,-.defers Forest Hart, charged with breaking i1Y"IMAkSPN"DIEQ' 'fair,i wilt be unable to' represent the I A number of families sput' the ,day
dant.. Whereupon a jury ",was called i 4 and entering, with!, intent, to, 'commit association, as manager this year aa In the woods and other gave dinner ,
to( try(the .care. The Jury returneda a' misdemeanor{; his ,,duties with the city demand the parties.,,
verdict for the plaintiff! In, the sum 'Three c..e.again.t II. A. Bishop, major portion 0(. his timo during the In the evening a union service was

.... Qf. $647.60, principal and interest' to- two for passing* a worthless check, THE DEATH OF A HERO month .of .January. However his held at the First Baptist church
t t\wther' 'with attorneys. feea and costs and the other for obtairgng\ money place, has. been well filled/-1'01"- attended by'.member; from all denominations ,
\r I\ W..Phillips & Son, vs.. Arthur;E. ?)'. false .pretense and by a" false tok- ney !']Pat" Johnston, one of the Attor-I ''represented In the city
Donegran, '''assumpsit danages,' -$1,200. [prominent stockmen of this A, union chorus 'choir rendered appropriate

Ti same statement was made inthis'case ,en.Two, cases against It D. Prewitt, HIS FACE TOWARD THE FOE, |has 'consented to manage, the .event, music, and .President! 'W114
by-Johnston&' Garrett;;and I for 'embezzelment. : i, Mr< Johnston; is vice-president .of the,son's Thanksgiving. proclamation was
the case was 'disposed of In the some Two cases against James Prescott, ,1, j State 'Live Stock Association! and]read., Dr.; J. D. Sibert, pastor toi the '

way. ., 'f"J r charged with altering and" changing- The entire community was '': saddened sign of-the armistice and the cessation j would tak ','a large share of the res-1 First Methodist church,. delivered an' y

Waters & canon Grocery' Co., vsi: mark of, animal.:. Thursday'when it' became' known of .hostilities the' people had ponsibility ,of 'making .a success of Inspiring Thanksgiving ''termon;, .JQcI. .
Rull Bass, assumpsit damages,-$10, ,- ,One case against W. Mllar. charged : : thought that they would not be called their annual meeting here, and' while the pastor of the other churcheswere
000. Continued for with t that Lieutenant W ,T. Maklrisori, ..onof the of In the
the Term' by.consent embezzlement. ; for further sacrifice of life, but accepting management the present and took 'part ,
of both parties ; Two 'cases agaldsjt' James Hall; Mr' and Mrs. W: B. Makinson, had upol'witlj the passing Lieutenant .that time will add to, this ,.responsibility service. .

W. J. Mallett. v*. City of St. Cloud' Will A. Drawdy andDenver- L.; Bass, ben .killed .in action. on the fighting. Makinson, the ',community away loses one he does so' with the [ The silver offering taken was turned .,,
t assurapsit damages 10000. Oon- charged with knowledge 'that he Is entitled tO the Red Cross for local us*.
-- .- anon line '.om here'., in' France"" of 4er best young, men; one whose -to. the over .
I !') *. The"wire reached 'here. Wednesday sterling. qualities had endeared him :-

night giving1'the" "information that to many friends,,and whose. lost will

1;, AVIATORS KJ G. OFFICIAL. ,. 'supreme Jeutenant. -sacriflcet-QcJober Makinson had made 13th but the be. &ff.keenly-and felt.Mr. Makinson, are deeply, SENIORS' IN HIGH REVEL RAISE

'riae' chwld"'of'ether'Metails'0v t.y f5pathlzedwitk.3n, ; this hour of their :.

* TRIP LAND IN KISSIMMEE, e He 'was 'one of Klselmmee'a young repairable. .loss. SUM Uf$75.FOR'U$ .W:'W:
I. ,men whose' record in the service of .' 'Died With His Face to the Foe. .
his country was 'witnessed with keen A letter'received yesterday by

,Interest by the friend who bad Miss Norma Griffin from a lady in ,- = '. .. .'
The. element of danger will be re- tlon 40 beginner., primary flying ,known him from childhood" With Orlando gives the only detail yet 'The Seniors of the-Osceola County mad, and showered the bright par-.
W fast us,.science' will be abta schools, 5 ground, 8 balloon 3 radio the formation of Company B*before received -regarding Lieutenant, Mak High' ,J5ch9ol; made a hit Saturday tides till the whole scene resembleda
y to' do'.so. At present everything Is 3 photography schools, and 14 air de- ,this country was involved! in the'war inson' death and is a* follows; night'vwhen staged a very clever snow storm. Misses Norma Griffin', "
done, at ;the training 'camps Jto overcome po. The encampment at Dorr Field, he entered the '.National Guards, and ".":Tonight 'I received a letter froma representation 'of a street carnival and Sara Clark In:; comic clown .".cos
the hazard of( this. 'The hospital near Arcadia, i is one*of the most Ad. was called out for''servlpe on the friend I,. Franco who was with Wm. and. netted ,the sum of $75.for' their tumes and belied cape, >added, to the
.ihip'is warmed up every day; and,. vanced schools ,in the country, and Mexican border ,for] nearly a: year. M Makinson Klssimmee, and 'I won effort" .;; 'v popularity of this 'feature," as[they" ,,
.' a pilot assigned' to that' duty a [man men are finished off there' before Later when the guards were federalized -, dered if the family had heard any of ;E. L. Lesley's vacant lot'at the corner ,'passed through the crowd' calling"confettll
c. Is'' constantly stationed in the tower, leaving for overseas service. he was sent/to Chattanooga tothe : the detail of his death The, friendof of Broadway and Possiel avenue 1 confettri 4'
t telegraph and telephone offl.l*' are 'Lieutenant. Stack pole,. who 1 officers training camp and received mine, Maj. P, B. Parker," of Orlando wa.' the scene of the event and here Just at the entrance of the Midway
at ,their post and motorcycles, and command of ']:the. ships:,,making this his commission as Lieutenant in .ked.l1Ie to tell the,relatives of a' liberal supply of lumber provided I was a genuine fair attraction i "Hit
ther'conveyanee. ,ready for,use vln experimental flight 'from Dorr Fieldto tho infantry.' Lieut. Makinson that 'he die
fact it",requires lew than, 30 seconds Americu,. Ga., left Thursday He, had reached his twenty-seventh man Jn:the performance vf his duty, Lumber'Company the tents belonging by Misses Maggie Mae McCranie and
to.start the wheels moving'when an morning and the'.success of his micas I'year and was a splendid type of m bi and. with his face toward Germany to' P. 'C. Griffin and Hub Mattie' Stanford, who continually informed
accident occur =on' will be watched with Interestnot hood, his, examination on '. enteringthe' He had the body burred a few feet Fleming:, and table from the Osceola the passer by"Three Ball
Statistics show rather; astonishing, only by .his many friends,, who i. ;army showing; him to be phy si- from the dugout where they were Hardware, ,were; converted" into At. for a Nickle, and twenty: cent backif
facts in"connection with the mortality wish him "bon voyage" and a safe ally perfect. stationed. William was killed by tractive booths to house the attractions you hit him in the mouth. Next

of this department, for it has been return but by the general public'who The news ofhis death comes asa shellfire while they were making an usually ..een'at fair's. Manager came a wonderful aide show"-attrac
found that for every mnn' killed in see in this trial trip the beginningof bolt from, a clear sky., With the attack" Joiner'and V. Ellis connected up. the 'tion"Bingo", the greateat'monkeT in '",
service .------------------------- -. current and the"miniture "Midway"was captivity.!* While the content ,of
air up .to the, week ending a wonderful era when air naviga- .
9th 4,019 'hour of" flight tion will in ablaze with lights. this booth caused a gala of laughter ,
Novembers, play' an Important part '
had elapsed and a distance of 231,520 'vhis natl n'* ..history.Kissimmee . N. C. BRYAN IS AGAIN CHAIRMAN EVANS APPRECIATES ." Early I in the evening the Jaz band no ,on.' could be induced to disclose'
miles flown, When Vif'is rememberedat 4 was visited." Wednesday began its merry music end the people just what.he saw there, and It may
. in trtfrafr ,service Uncle *Sam by'a I.arty of flyers from, Dtorr OF TEMPERANCE assembled.'They; came singly and in remain a mlstery' unless Miss Mary
1--J noW has 158, 25 trained men, 'which Field who were beginning the series. CHAIRMAN HELP OF groups till they crowded the .pac,'to Sinjfletary, the' foreign looking attendant -

-1*' ,mOre- than the entire standing of. official cross-country"flights under over; flowing"and jostled each; 'other in. charge,, reveal the secret.

- ruy-at the beginning of the .war,]government orders. and ':were. bound 'c OMMITTEE CO-WORKERS IN DRIVE In friendly: fashion. The venders at On the;opposite side. of the! Midway'
the record is more remarkable. ,\ . the various booth began to cry their ",
The, department has now.' in (Continued Pag Eight.) wares, and everybody went eonfetti (Continued onPage Five.)
_opera- . . _. Tallahassee (
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Speaker of the House George H. Wilder method
I take this of thanking
R. Farmer entered a .swamp yelping tonight decided his commit.tee around these persons will have learn MAY BE

:HUNTERS .RETURN; WITHABUNDANCE for"wild: turkey, and as it happenedCongressman' appointments, for upon the extraor- I,those success persons of the who, recent bad 'United a partin War the ed and the will meaning not hold of back Americanism anything from, ARCADIA. CAMPS
Sean had selected
Inary season and will announce them Work campaign for both their effort the boys "over there" who were willing -
for his operations, nad ABANDONED JUNE FIRST"
OF' GAME he same also swamp yelped'for game. Farmer at 9 o'clock. Tuesday morning follows -I and their Contribution.. The .precinct to sacrifice their live for us who
: chairmen and their worker .
stayed 'at' home. until it -
}heard the call and making sure hewai Many gave
N. .C. H. P.
Temperance Bryan,
unhesitatingly of their time' and While in Klssimmee this weel4.At
Th Vuntlng party, including, Conjgrfttman oba he gave hurt and'some even, gave some more
the trail fine speciman ,
Car, M. L. Daw.on. W. G. Highman and it Is. them that ..
to much
W, J.. Sears, Prosecuting\ crept. P to, shooting distance, before and II. S. Glazier. energy to'make the "hurt"-quit hurting, and torney P. A. Van Agnew, of Jacksonville ;
\ :'Attorney' W, B. Crawford, !tayor'l. discovering that be'. was stalking his Finance and .taxation-. S. Gills, of the success is due. The office to those I can only say 'that_ their ,' received the following telegram : ,,

;;-t tSK >Cadel!, Marshal' Overstreet, Edgar fellow, townsman Mr. Farmer insist John M. Keen, F. W. Perry W. L. at faithful'service the County Headquarters rendered action has. been highly patriotic. from Senator D. ,U.. Fletcher,
'jCSts, J, Earl Lnpfer'Holmes .Prath- Sean day by day duringthe 'Thecolored, people 'of Kisslmmee
is .
that Congressman some
,to what
Weaver and F. L. Woodruff. entire campilgn, and without in .reply an inquiry a*
1..t, Gay: Livingston and L. R. Farmer, "yelper. pledged i.and contributed more thani700.00w.nd
State Institutions D., Harris R. would
this service the drive must'have lag policy the government;> pursue
',1 ::returned' home Sunday'night from observed : those of A'shton, Nar-
; aweek' This'hunt bythese '
annually; A. Green, E. P. B. Kile, E. R. L, ged''in enthusiasm. In this connec- with} 'regard to the 'aviation'camps at .
. outing, stating theil' had, hadthe gentlemen the one Just com- coossee and other section, were lib "
' .. Moore.and W. W. Phillip. tion I wish to thank .Mr*. Pilley for Arcadia: . .. '- -
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tint of their live: eral in their offeringsYours
the: fifth ,
pleted being anniversary .
Immigration J. Roebuck J. J. the us* of the room occupied a* headquarters truly Mr. P. A. Vans Agnew, Klssimmee; ,
,. Tb'T-tett"! here""Monday. 'in" :two SIX AIR SHIPS HERE MONDAY Hardin, W. JL Marshall, E. W Way- ; R.very M.EVANS, ria. ; ;'j), '
-fcquring; can'and..a truck going in: at ENROUTE FOR JACKSONVILLE bright and E.,:P. ,Wilson. Shingle Creek Kisslmmee Park, Chairman United War Work Washington D. C. Nov 28-i-Avia- rl
'the-.lead of Wolf and establishinK County
\ Creek Miscellaneous legislation A. Center Park and Kisslmmee "went tion will be continued for training\ all
camp'/to be on hand Wednesday :' It'' wa quite'an'; imposing sight finely[ T. G. Futch.. Murray Sam, over the top," while Union Center, Campaign men in the service November' eleventh .:
for the first ''day of :'the ""open Monday' when sit ;:planes bound for Braxton Small'': and N. J. 'Wicker. Narcoossee, Deer Park Baasville,Lo- MASS MEETING.On men and officer will be* discharged

....1T.; season.-Th., hunter*;declrre'that no.detailof the State. Fall' 'at Jacksonville,' stopped ... kosee, Campbells; East Lake, Ken. Tuesday evening at 6:30 a massmeeting "as applied for;: estimated
:' the weekVtrip' could bejm- bee foe a few;hour, anvil Hancock Ashton,, and. St. that about one-half,will go out gradV'lly r
:INFORMAL DINNER. the citizens 'of KUsImmeei
proved. The;weather wastopnotch'; I of ,r '
: ; The planes were .from Carlctnom+ % ?reported substantial -contributions. Station will be operation '
a'tl:: >e.water was good lit'd.with old.*$\. Field 'Misses Maude and Louise.jThoma- i called by County Food Administrator I
I the') formation 'chargeof Clark' ,was the only section 'certainly'' until June when= definite.
; 'mon"'Martin, the faest'coolc'ln" Florida Lieutenant.,Fitzsimmona. Other on'entertained Mr; :and, Mr*. P.' K.Teaver .' 'Milton Pledger to assemble at ;.will be determined '4n.
in the county'not pledgtng'anytlzing. ; policy" ,
,..*'''chef, and "Jeff Holland a.',assist: member of 'the. party were; )Major and Mrs. Marvin DuPont, Some errori-hav been made in'the the Dlxle, Theater when the' new plan a
'tant; aotbing snore, could be.desired.. Campbell'of; the'medical Captain 'uesday' evening, "with"'an' informal but forfbod;; conservation will be explained TALENT TEA.r-;> ,. '
corps printed list of contribution,
k'". '.;.The'party" boast -of ,3 deer, 7, tur-: = l Camera, Lieutenant Austin, dinner at their home.on Orlando aveue. these are being corrected a* they are ,Mr. ,Pledger. hope* to, bales }Irs. 'J'Wade' Tucker. bars. 'tL;/Il. sIngram'and
from the State Pood) Admlnjstlou''office -
.. man
'keys 150"quail ;sbout 100 squirrels, Lieutenant- ,
; Fox LUntenant' 'Monte- brought to our Attention; very'.,few : Mrs J.-Z. Roberson will
>-: : and1 a'-Tnorning' fishing Itnd dO( elifli!" and Lieutenant .Teddy Roosevelt . persons seen by: ,the, solicitors refused at Orlando, present... entertain the'member of the'M.E.Mlstonary '.: .'' '_

: [.fine trout j"a* a'reinlt.of' their-camp.; ,. '(nephew of.:the" original. 'Teddy .'Mrs: G.. C.' Ltvingston'Mrs.; Belle toy make contribution,'and ,others Attorney P. A.;Van* Agnow came Society and their !friend
.;r-s' The:..':only 'near;, accident'which: ,R.);- '. ; . Lee wed MrS.H.'; :,.Bullock, I'were)a contributed less than ,their, just down "fromJacksonville" 'the early Friday afternoon December 6th,with. "
tiifeatened'to.cast" a. shadow, :prey The ships will, return:here tomorrow to' Orlando after' Talent Tea, at the home of.Mr and, "
.- pleasant party ,motoring 'share. ;but it 1* hoped that',by, the part of the'week looking .legal a ..i'
therctoodleM'iky.oceurred'wben. : ;,Fed .
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t Washington, D. C., Nov 26.-Orange do,* ''Hillsborough 3 Jackson Lake,
Kidney 41...... is no reepeter of Ier.- dlatel,. The oothlna-. heallnsr oil and Lake counties and the Leon Manatee, Marion Nassau, Or-
remainder T
one. A majority of the Ilia amletingy..ople ulat** the kldneym relieve In flam ma- :
today can be traced back tokidney Hone and deetroye the ",.rm. which of Palm Beach county the nee, Oaceola,, Palm Beach, ipaxyn,, Our past record for "handlingonly the' finest of these

The. ktdneya, the moat Importantorwaaa morrow.have caused Oo to It.your I>o dru not"_I.t lt today until and to part lying north and east' of Ilillsbo- Pinellas, Polk, Seminole, St. Lucie, fined genii has, established ui in Florida: at c .

t of the body. They are thBlterers Inalat on UOL4 MUUAL HaarlemOilt'apeulm. ro drainage canal-In: all, 4,745 square Volusia, and Washington;
r the purlflera, of your blood. ahould 'eel. In health twenty-four and visor houra. you; miles.-will be added on' December to To the' Federal appropriation for The Diamond Merchants i
Kidney dleeaaa !I. usually Indicated byrearjueaa hear I
backache.. nervoueneiui, of and HOLD""IIItlR.MK1>AI the Haarlem day you Oil.flret the areas freed from Federal'' -quarantine anti-tick work in Florida will. be ad'' S, "

Oaapondenoy, pain In loins and lower atomach abd..
Stall .ten... e.........!, .rbeumatlam aclallca yourself, each continue lie. ?,to*o lake aa one to keep or .twoMpaulea In according to an order signed by Secretary ing $202,650, with State funds for the than ever before, in loose stones, that will be mounted a*

and lumbaco.All th... deramrnnente are nature'. 4anir flrat-rlane of other condition attacka.and ward off the of Agriculture D. F. Houston.All ,fiscal year of 1919 of 45000. you may dictate,-or in Diamond Jewelry of the' finest and

Irnala to warn you that the kldnvy AUK for the original Imported OOLJDME1 of Florida, 64.861 square miles, Federal officials give great, creditfor I showing an almost endless variety of setting and. beautiful
Deed help. You should use MOLD >AU lirand. Three .1.... Money refunded -
was quarantined July 1 when in Florida to'the law in '
MBDAli IJaarlem Oil Capaulei -linme- If they do not help. you. 1906 progress design.
the cb-operative Federal and State June, 1917, creating the State Live
t .. -\ -\ \ \ \ -\w-\-\ \. -\\\\ \--\ \ In our manufacturing department we will .manufac: I ,
fight against the destructive cattle Stock Sanitary Board, and to the active 'J4.
- ,' ture for design or setting that you may. suggest ..);
you any
parasite was., first started. On December co-operation the Florida Tick
:o O 0 t oo.tOo."U HO+O< H +#O O OOOOOt OUO>+ 1, six counties will have been Eradication Committee.. and other organizations thereby imparting to your jewelry an individuality that' 'i

released 45 counties still In- developing lend to ,it an additional charm., i4'1
t leaving deeply interested in '
Cone Over the Top fested. The free area In Florida on the State's cattle industry. Don't forget that this is .but one of the big depart' r

that day will be 9,645 square miles, The State co-operative agencies,lead- \\\ ments 'of our store and that every other department ii i;

I iS or. 18 per' cent of the area originally' ing cattlemen and business men; are stocked and managed with the same thoroughness. '.

quarantined. described as having met every need I IJ
The Waterbury. Chemical Indoor Closet
Although unrestricted cattle'ship- for ,active aid. !

-FOR- t ment will 'be permitted after Decem. 1918 Great Anti-Tick Year .I.Ij
v her 1 only from counties named and The' order for the December releases )'

EFFICIENCY: ECONOMY COMFORT from Broward, Dade. and. Monroe calls for the lifting' of quaran- Owen
counties released in previous orders miles In
tines from 79,217 'square "
H.. EDMUND SWABEY. Agent. _uch strong anti-tick sentiment has nine Southern States. These releai&8will

: ,Box 625 >. KISSIMMEE, FLA. developed in Florida, according' to officials be the greatest ever authorizedin Phone 4324 TAMPA 609 Franklin SL Ji..

O@6P44fi00P4P40C' of the Bureau of Animal InHry. one year, making 1918 the greatest ..jJ'"

., Sr du ..that increasingly large areas year in the anti-tick campaign ',-'j
are expected to be cleaned, up in the This' year's releases bring the total

next few years with the result that : area freed to 458,529 square miles- .1"".'

.Children's the State will not be lagging behind 63 per cent of''' the area quarantinedtwelve :?>"'J'
Home .
_r J Society I IFor' when the South is'made tick-free'. t years agov Other states participating 'J'1

: Vats in Every County in the releases are Ala- -1,

Abundant reason for encouragement Lama, Arkansas Georgia; Louisiana I'
the first time in its sixteen announced little later S'
a is seen by officials in the fact North Carolina, Oklahoma South '
years service to the homeless, orphan Jacksonville is Asked 'to Sulwcr beHalf Will Sell Shoes .
that all but one of the 61 counties Carolina (to be wholly free) and ,
and'needy children of this State, of Total.
have appropriated money' for tick Texas. .
The Children's Home Society of The her.rted
good peopleof Jacksonville .
eradication, and that dipping vats The importance of the campaign
Florida is to on a campaign for asked onehalf'ofthe
are to give
have been in not the tick indicated in .
placed every county, against was a
.lun success
only for demonstmtion"purposes, but recent,, statement Issued by Secretary Only. For Cash t
Home has secured its funds
Society the local campaign is assured in' the .
j for actual work of destroying ticks. Houston to the farmers and other ,
almost entirely by personal letters of selection and aceptance-of George 'W. Reports from Florida indicate that agricultural forces of the United .
appeal, sent out with attractive'liter Hardee, president of the Jacksonville "
the legislature will give attention 'States He said:
ature and by appeal. through the Rotary Club, as chairman of the I :'l
soon to a State-wide tick law, Officials "For a considerable. period the '
newspapers Appeals of the Staw. Jacksonville campaign. Mr. Hardee believe such a law is necessaryfor I world will have need particularly of Thai i i. to notify my friend and cUltome'fI, that after this date 'j
Constant for Aid to Cease. Is excellent been
an organizer having the most effective work in FlorIda I than normal of livestock
a supply
The purpose'of the big December the successful field director for the 'no Ihoe'r iII be. charged to any one under any circumstance ;;"J"' '
because of the vast openrangeand and especially of fats. We v .
for Fifty Thousand Dollars
campaign Third and Fouorth Bbdcampaigns'
Is to, eliminate-the.need of constantly which went Liberty so gloriouslyover coastal plane country in the should not fail, therefore, to adopt The government! hat fixed the price of SHOES for all grade, ..-f;.

+ soliciting for funds," and to the top. State.The following Florida counties have every increasing feasible our means live etock of economically jproductaL and the profit will l now be too. small to permit selling them on charge', : ,, ,
ecure enough support, through this Expenses of the Campaign Already .- to
voted favorably for compulsory dip- As of the we should
a part
a campaign to dose tip the noble work Provided For. .., account*. i
ping of cattle and systematic tick give due thought to the securing of
of the for
Society 1918twithoutdebt; The
twenty-five proinlnent men
work of foodstuffs and
.and to conduct the entire work of the who compose the board of directorsof eradication : an adequate supply Our Stock, however will be kept'fully-up to the usual standard ';
L Brevard DeSoto control of all .
Alachua, Bay, to the eradication and : J
i Society until 1920 without any furth I' the Children's Society, have Duval, -Escambia. Gadaden, HeroanSoicety forms of animal disease," and we wilt:.continue to handle a full line of the best quality Shoes 3

a er appeal to the people of. Florida for personally ,contributed practically all . . . . . . . .-. .-. .- . . . -
---- ---- -- - - ------ ---- --- - -
t ald., of the fund. to cover* the" overhead for Men Women and Children and solicit your continued patronage.. i

Unique Plan to 1 Raise Funds.. expenses' of the campaign; including for the past'eight years, the Tb Strong Withstand, the Winter. ./
; Than tile Weak
Cold Better
work being known
thousand now generally as"Florida's
.S If'one ;good; heartedcitizens -
printed 'matter, postage, new.paperp Yon most have Health. Strength and Endurance
Greatest Charity
a "of Florida will 'each give- the etc., so that every penny to fight Colds.Grip and Influenza
Home Society a fifty dollar Liberty received from the public can and will Must Florida's Kiddies PleadIn When) your blood la not In a healthy H. C.ST ANFORD CO.: !

Bond, or1f'flve" :; hundred good folks be used .directly for the work of the Vain? condition and does not circulate properly.
t will each give the Society a hundred Society during the coming'year. It is inconceivable that having your system .is .unable, to withstand theGROVE'S t

dollar Bond, or, if one thousand citlzens gone "over the top" in every big Winter cold. .' "
Over ,5500.Homeless and Needy ,Kiddies TASTELESS Chi I -0"
kind the
of during
and friends1wHl ''igive one Baby Cared For. campaign every

:Bond or War Savings' Stamp; ,the The Home Society has certainly war, that the good people of ;Florida Fortifies the S"'temAgalDat and Colds. Grip .
Purifying Enriching
fifty thousand dollars will be'' easily made ,a wonderful record of.service will not gladly give up' their Bonds and ant by .

r .h secured. to the homeless, orphan and needychildren' their ,Stamps and their; cash to help It contains the well-known tonic properties G
Bond and Stamps to Still Serve these hundreds of little ones in need of Quinine and Iron in a form -.
of the State for than'
.' right here at our doors. acceptable to the most delicate stomach, OSGEOLA HOTELWill THEOverland
Nation. 5500 little kiddies from eight hours and is pleasant to take. You can soon feel
Through the generosity of the Atlantic old up 'to sixteen years of ,age, and Campaign To Last 25 Days', Dec. its Strengthening Invigorating Effect. 60C.dren. Garage;
1st to 25th. open for the Fall-and Winter
.]National .Bank of Jacksonville, from every nook and.corn r of Flor- .
4 .
the Home Society 'has been able tcarrange ida representing all creeds and The campaign Begins Deeember 1st of this countrY' are 'somewhat Season, Sept 12th. i.' now' under- new management''

,for the purchase of all Lib nationalities, have been placed out i in and closes Christmas Day. ,What valuable as an asset than are Families contemplating spendingthe All work on all 'makes of can and

erty,'' } nds' and Stamps at par the good, -family homes sent''to hospitals, finer'"Christmas;;glft k.could *anybody its pigs and hogs.."--Senator Kenyon winter in Kissimmee will find marine work done promptly. Frank

,i 'bondiand'ltampe! to be held by'the sent to training schools, given temporary make than"alLiberty'Bond! to serve of Iowa. our accommodations pleassnd' and

". tank ,to continue their service. .' to the aid and shelter and otherwise the .cause of childhood here in. our "It is only recently that children home-like.[ J,.Jones is in charge.of the repaq'deparbnent. '

"" .nation. i provided for. own state have come to be< regarded as a nat "'RATES'REASONABLE .' ur

., Bonds and Stamps Will Serve Two Ovet 950 Children Cared for the ional asset, instead of a burden. A
Great Causes. Past Eleven Months. DON'T HAVE THE "FLU"Follow healthy, strong, promising child is an PROPRIpltlSSOOOOOO : F. TYNER, :Mgf.1

The campaign wiU reach every That the work of the Society is a asset; a puny,.weak, sickly :hi1d'i. a .

e f rountyn 't in then State, for the Home real necessity in Florida is indicatedin Suggestions.Iieip and Escape burden to the community, if .not to I

'Society ;has provided aid and good the fact that over 950 little ones the its parents;' and anything we can do :

i T homes'for children from every coun- in need have been given aid,'care and Serious .Illness. to direct the best thought of a nation O... O.OP04Q0440' oo..oooooooot..OOOt.O.. !

ty in'Florida, and' the people of every attenton during the past eleven When you feel feverish or as if you towards the children's movement will I
county will be asked,, to aid in the attention well bestowed.Senator -
months, and each day averages three are taking cold, and you start sneezing be
great state-wide work. Each county new children in need to be' cared for. and your nose begins to run, Hollis, of New Hampshire. J
will 'have a chairman or captain for Supported Entirely by.Voluntary influenza "Militarists tell 'us that the first
you've surely got germs
c the men and for the women, and Contributions.The line of'defense'of'a country'is in the t+
working on you and you should immediately R. S. FLOYD
each county will be asked to providenot wonderful work of the .Chil.dren' take a few doses of Dr. navy and that the second line is''in

less than one thousand .dollars in Home Society of Florida is Williams' No. 101 Tonic andescape a its coastline fortifications and that .. .

Bonds,'. Stamps, cash, and 'subscrip State-wide, undenominational is spell of illness and loss of time in bed. it. third line of defense is in the 'r

A tions. supported entirely and only by voluntary just what you need at that timearid army. I deny that. The first line
Mrs.' Arthur G. Cummer headsWoman' contributions of' money, food it works wonderfully' well- -and of defense of this or any other country r

Committee ,and clothes. The support of the Society quickly, too. The quinine in it kills is- the children of the country,
That 'the woman's section of the has steadily increased from influenza without mercy. The and if by any appropriation or any ;' Groceries and !I.
campaign ,will be' ably directed and germs built ,....
i. $400.00 the first year to over $42,000 iron ingredient gives appetite and restores amount of money there can be :
ffM* fm * m u ,
organized is assured .in the securing last year, which indicates the increased "pep.". The magnesiaacts up in this country a strong, active,

'"f 'Mrs,* Arthur G. Cummer; of Jack confidence and support of the on yoar the liver and bowels, eliminating' fighting race'of men and women who . '" ,

WomanSection.; people of the State. The Society had poisonous gasses and "excre- are .able ,,to take care of themselves, Fresh Meats '. .' "of

at least one- contribution in levery tions and making .the-bod,. clean and that money, in my judgment, will be :
appoint a. ladies captain for every town on the map, last year, and is wholesome.. Dr. Williams' No. 101 well and economically expended.'V .;.

p <-ounty'as' hat Supt. MarCus Fagg proud of its democratic support. Tonic .ls-.a ready prepared prescriptions Congressman Cox,' of Indiana. ".- "'P., ...
; 'The
.for themen'ssection. '
names pf r' .
Need-Money to Cover Three Big of'''a noted physician, the lateDr ?
these captains or' chairmen will be Greatly Benefitted by Chamberlain'sTablets. .. .
Items. G. B. Williams, of Quitman,'Ga., t
The $50,000 is asked for to cover ha. been used for
and exclusively
y "011 IF ,I COULD: the three following items: $5,000 to malaria, grippe, colds, chills and fe "I am thankful for the good I have .Phone. 176 302 Broadway .,

; ; complete the big work of 1918 free I vers. Get a bottle at once and begin received by.usin*: Chamberlain's Tab ': . .'
from debt $35,000. to'provide for i lets. About two ''year. ago when I be- '' "
takina' it and make yourself' Immune
THIS COLD! taking them I was suffering a :
1000 orphan, homeless and needy from the "flu."* All druggists and gan +
> ..- .;., great deal from.distress"after eating,
1 tI 0" tit. children.during the year 19l9t, anvera'ge drug dealers sell it or can get it for'Ou25c A. r
cost of $35 each; $10,000 to and EOc a bottle. Refuseall and from'headache and a tired lang Y
moat ns soon as 6ald wtt1 anda '
uid feeling due to indigestion _
provide for 200 different children substitutes. :
Dr. King's New Discovery: the torpid liver. Chamberlain' Tablets ;;r
through New'Children's .
Boarding '
'- t Get bottle today!' Home, located at 1229 Osceola street, CONGRESSMEN AND ,OUR CHIL- corrected these disorders 'in a short MANHATTAN: ''HOTEL. .
Jacksonville time and since taking'two bottles of A. E. DROUGHT '
this home "
having recently DREN.
t The' rapywith which tHs"fifty been opened by the Society to ,- them my health has been good," Non Open/or, theWinter Seat oa. : '";

yearJd relieves coughs provide for the children widowed writes Mrs. M.. P.. Harwood, Auburn, .11s".B Broadway. ;
colds: and mud bvenchial attacka 1 Is Under this caption the following
what has kept Its popu1arit).ollUa._ mothers who otherwise' would needto excerpts from Congressmen ,on chili N. y. A Family;;Hotel;with all f,, the.C m. Real 'Estate and Insurance.I : "

increase give their little .
h"C .This standard .rllsver'of colds"and up ones perman- dren are illuninating. The Florida Bethink it well before you add another forts of Home.. . '"
toaghi J spells never loses friends..' ently.Campaign State Board of Health desirea to thorn to, your conscience, by I a -- "REPRESENTS1 '
does quickly and what .. Ileadqaaarters ,428 St. bring'' such interesting things home RATES. ',I2J50 PER ,,DAY '
pleasantly It Isrecommended ) failing tov keep your, war. ,savings 1 The ,.Pome.Insurance.',,Co.. .f New .
to a' One trial puts it James Building.'The . .to the people '_. '. --
Ja your; medicine cabinet u absolutely' offices"of the Children's1 Home 1 "If>we'are sending out men to In.atruet.the' pledges.No, Special 'by; :the: Week.MRS. ., . York the National Fire Ianlraael' "
Jikfiayettsabla. y Sold by all druggists.Borrelf .' Society ,427428'S1., James Worms la Child Co. of
.. Building, people' how to raise.hogs a Healthy : : Hartford The Sun; sad
''. Us > will be the campaign headquarters, and how to take care'of pip/ arewegoig'any All. children troubled wttfc worm hays aa on- '. : It..B.SAYAGlProp.V G ; many"'otherielable companies.',/"" ...... 't5
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Clogged 'the healthy color whlca Indicate poor blood and s*a . '
and entire .
campaign willbe, .Per. .further when' we sendhem. role,there to men or lees Momach dlatnrbanoa, :)If' : ,
l Regulate them with safe, sureT< ftIot eona ly,directed" by the Stat Sup r- out .to Instruct'.people how ,to GROVE'S TASTELESS: ebW TONIC....regularly .., ... .. -- ',. t: .
fortable Dr. King's.New Life Pill.Correct. ..- lot tweet three weeks win enrich the blood, |m> _. :.
: that buTousaess,"' headache* ntendent, Marcus: C.. Fagg, who has I take care of children and to take Care: prove the dlceetloa.and act ae a General Strenjta- :
.salt stomady tea coat'bv worked:.unceasingly for .the build- of, those--questions that arise out of eabt.'Tonic to thatrbole' ur few. Nature will the. ' '

,, '.. .PlJ ." ' .I ,iDa'up of the great,:work of the Home maternity. t; Th. babies; and the cbltI .- .Jo throw perfect odor beaHh dispel. the Pleaiaot worm*to.aad tak/the,WopetMtUe.Child will be I Get: ) our- Job!:i Printing. ': froin -.the. \' ll leyt
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: ; ', Klsalmmee,,,havlntf' agreed to a make M
t' the county a I loan on these funds the
5 'R. OJ'- S: board passed a resolution author! ,
tog the issuance of warrants to take 4f
) ,,.fA ., : .l .
of current
care 'expenses.The : N
'\ board instructed the Clerk to ; a l' .w ebt' ;

a GOES ',the dirt. draw vouchers on S. a..;and B. Dirtrict' ..... "' .;:" .'

OUT : No, 1, aa follow))Alabama Par* YourCbn d rehS" .-
great big bub ing Co., for work $aol5n; A. C. L. "

\;, ,, r: Ming! ,dealing GRANDMAs Ry. Co., freight on material $46.15$ .
/ 4 SUDS jnet urge through the A. C. I.. Ry. Co., freight 8. Kt.. and B.
District No. 2, $1419.64: ; Peninsular Table DrinkRegardless
clothe and bit of
not a can
Engineering A Contracting; Co., workas m .
estimate 1265048.
in the tub and then like white Mr R.- G. Reynolds, mode a reportof

: magic ...'"... of glorious sods the work that he had done on survey .-

In an IaataaIt makes no difference ,.of roads in S. R. and B. District I of'your-own.cholcein' :

if the water to. hard, No. a. and presented his bill for. j table beverarfe .
$319.10 which was ordered paid. you ,
.oft, hot or cold, the result .fa. The bol'd took a recess until 1:30. neither

always the same. GRANDMA The board met; at 1:30: p. m., .All children should drink ,
to the greatest "all 'round" members of the board being; present
,bou.choad.o.p of the age-It's except Commissioner B. H. Guy. a.nor coffee !: ".. '.. ,,. ,-
Reports of Mr. M. M. Javas, county
Wash tAe Woolen Socks por "Nochipprugorshe. demonstration agent and Mr. Or. '

You Knit. with, Grandma ing.NowbolebatwaaUagaway. dia Bass tick eradication' agent for

Osceola county, was presented. and 1NSTANTPO5TIM

GRANDMA'S$ Powdered Soap ,ordered The board filed. instructed dr. 'OidiaI

I Baas to order as much as a carload of J.
Coopers cattle dip if compulsory dip requjremen-ts of t '
pin I' of cattle became effectlye in Os I answers I

Your Grocer Has It! ceola county.Mr. . drink ,for children most 'I ;
a hot ,
.. C. .F..Johnson appeared before 9 : i itJ.
the board and stated that he had

$270.50. worth of bills against the. admirably.J '
1 1I
General Revenue Fond .and as the :

I: get said them fund was to recommend short he would- a 80 like'day to I Its coffeelikeflavor. a-fetracis'and ,ids '

II Proceedings of the County Commissioners credit for said amount. Upon motionof ,
Commissioner A. F.'Bass and sec t puri-ty and wholesomeness, make i-fc '. '
onded by Commissioner J.: K. HU-

The Board of County Commlssioncn allowed'motion seconded by..Commi.- liard and carried request was grant. a safe drink for younger" old .

in and for O.ceola County,-Flori sioner A. F. Bass and carried and ed.Mr. .
da, met in regular session November Clerk instructed to.draw vwarrant.Mf. .\. Arthur, E. Donegan appeared I

4th, at 10 a. 01.1.there being present Ordia Bass, 'agent for tick before the board in behalf of his oom.pany "There's' '/ eason u. .
Ernest Mach Chairman: E. U D. eradication for Osceola county and stated that he was prepar. .S
Overstreet. J. K. Milliard. A. F. Bus before the board aqd made appeared a- ed to take up the special road and ;: ,
and B. H. Guy Milton Pledger attor-. return of $112.7151 which ''amount he bridge district No. '3 bonds, in accordance I "

nay for the' board and J. .L. Over-.hed collected for the dip fluid Clerk with the terms of his bid heretofore ,1.

street clerk. instructed to deposit-said amount to accepted by the board. I M 'MllJL :}''''';: !'ri'y -It.I1r' ; \\II ; \' ?' .
The Board was called to order by. the credit of. ,the tick eradicationfund. After examining: the conditions\attached , n

ft* chairman Ernest Mach and the ; *> to the bid. and after being advised ; _ ___ _._ __ __
minutes of the last- cession of the Mr. M.' Tlndall appeared before by their attorney.'Commission y n '
board were reed and approved t .the board' and stated that the work er E. L. D Overstreet made a motion lira. .
Mr.' Pat. Johnston appeared .be:;on the dip' vat at .A. J.. Marsh was that-the.Clerk and the Chairman of SERIOUS ERRORIN nk

fore the board and stated that the about complete; Commissioner J. K.' the board be Instructed to sign .the .-. .. Ui1 1u 1 < IA t;
State Fair Association would hold Hilliard made a motion that'warrant bonds and to turn over to the Trustees KISSIMMEE .' evo7 bVMUK 4une.xq v 'jugs 1,
session in J"ckeonvillet- beginning for $100 be delivered to Mr' Tindall, the proceeds of the sale of same ;i
November 29th to December 6th.'and motion seconded by Commissioner A. amounting to 4417500. 'After' taking '
that Osceola county should have an F. Bass, and carried and it was so .off expenses according to statement Ktssimmee l Citizens Will ,Do Well' ; i
.- ""Inhibit of live stock'at the Fair and. ordered. filed by Mr. Arthur E. Donegan to Profit by the Following. i.
fA the commissioners to donate anMount Mr. C. S. Acre appeared before as 'named"by' conditions in the bid .M.nitata\.paa kidney disease
sufficient to pay the freight:the;;; board and stated that' dip vat said amount being 95 per cent 'of the ::4
,expense'on the stock that-.would be'near his place was being' built and face of.the bond. as required J>y law have..reached an incurable.stage .be
sent up, which he thought would be insisted that Least for site be which motion was seconded by Commissioner cause the patient did not understand lj

about $250; ,matter passed to after drawn so -that Tie could execute the A. F., Bass and carried ttye,symptoms.. Every day in Kissimmee 'ace' '
noon session. same and to get it on record whereupon Commissioner J. K. Hilliard voting there are many1 residents making .
Mr. J. H.,. Balsden appeared before on motion of Oommi..lone-r E. nay.The a Ati
the board and stated that Mr. Joe L.; D. Overstree seconded by Commissioner matter of making $250 dona- ,the same serious errors. They
Story had been sick and needed assistance B. H. Guy /find carried Mr. tion to defray expenses of live stock tribute\ their mysterious'aches and : ,
I fro mthecou nty a.iGi i Pledger was Instructed to draw lease exhibit to the State Fair was taken overwork, or worry perhaps, 'v-.'
., aistance from the counts; asked them Mr. F. Heal appeared' before the up. Mr. S. L: Lupfer being. -presentwas when all the 'time their rheumatic
to allow him $10 for two, months, board and 'asked them to open road asked if there would be a County pain.) backache "and 'bladder irregularities .
whereupon Commissioner B. II. Guy running past his place; Commissioner Fair. Mr. Lupfer stated that he \
made. a motion that the amount be E. L. D., Overstreet made a mo- could not say sooner than December are most probably due to weak V
,- tion that Mr. Farmer investigate the and after' some,. discussion- by the and ailing kidneys. If you are 111'i1Eyour i
matter of opening road; motion seconded board Commissioner E. L. D. Over.street kidneys are out of order profitby

RED CROSS IRONATED HERBS by Commissioner A., F..,B... made a motion that the board this Kissimmee resident' exper --" .a-
(WITH rcpsm) and carried. donate ,$250 to the exhibit at Jacksonville ,
It yon dOll foal well or 1 wake op instructed'the from the Special Publicity ience. What
The board Clerk to Determines :
Meat and
tired and all ran down with headache draw warrants as follow.: J.H. Bais- Fund, and the remainder of said fund M Coener retired farmer, COSMat&tte '
'biliousness indigestion and feel all outof den repairs on road and bridge 33. be donated to the County'Falr;' Mo- St.,' ,say si: "I feel justified : ?
sorta take a bottle of IRONATED tion seconded by Commissioner A. F. in' '' recommendation forDoan'a Live-Stock Prices
66; J. W.< Thompson paupercoffin, Bus and carriedCommissioner giving my' ?
HERBS with PEPSIN. Guaranteed to V.
I 9. All bills\ presented for. paymenton K. Milliard Kidney Pills for I know they
pat yo a la the pink:of'condition..Tbi.than fund ordered nay. '
one hundred other Red tick'eradication paid .The Clerk presented bills for suits are just'as represented. I'.used them
Some stock still think Swift & ,
The Clerk advised the board that men ,that ; .1'
C dies and Toilet for. the guards to the board
Preparations county for kidney''complaint and backacheand
there not the
I guaranteed only by .f ,I road fund was and tick eradication fundto for payment,' there being no' funds have been greatly benefited by Company-and other big pa1rers-can pay .

r CENTRAL DRUG STORE pay the) biUa\ ,tbe.StaUBank- bills available. the for board the I passed payment a resolution of such them. I am glad of the opportunity as- little for live-stock as they wish."r

-.... "--- .T-----2,: c- . .,'---+ .. -- ---- auta->rlzincr' the issuance of certificates to, give, this endorsement. (Statement :'Some/'caa<.ritunen erc'still"led. to believe ., .

of indebtedness for the pay : waa given February 22,, 1911.) that the packers'' can charge as much for ,t
ment' of said bills in accordance with On"March' '26 1918 Mr. Coiner '" ,- .. ", plc. ,
Section 13 of Chapter Acts dressed meat as they wish. ; "
7292 o .,
in beliefof """ .'.. .
said: "I am just as.firm my (t .
'C YJ.i ee"oLr ve u b s F bat i> a ,,Ui Z 01l 1 1917., laws warrants of Florida.Paid were. ordered cancelled 'I 1>o&n'. Kidney, Pill now as .when Thfa fa nqt true These prices are fixed by, ,/

m >7, is rt from the,various funds as follows I. endorsed them before. They gavem a law; of human' nature as' old as ,human :

: eabaolute relief at that time and I nature itself=. the'law of supply' and'demand. ; '

General Revenue _. _..-..... S114.I7 them."
Jlar. Fine and Forfeiture und.-.. 411.07 continue" to recommend "When'mOnt-people want meat .than..there
Road and Bridge fund.1198.90 all dealers.. Don"t.Imply
/ o. _Price 6Oc. -at t .is meat to be had'the scramble: along the line .. '
u M1] I Reports County Depositories ask for a kidney :remedy-get
showed the following balances'' the to -it for them sends a
Doan'a ;Kidney. Pill-4he: same that get prices up.' When

nneral various Revenue funds November Fund 1st.) ,ItSJ.lO 1918/ Mr. Comer had. Foster-Milburn', Co., there is more meat than there are people who ,

Road Fine and and :Bridge Forfeiture Fund Fund--......- 4168.21 416.81 Mfgre., Buffalo N:' Y. want h, .the scramble all along the line to"get

Special Publicity Fund _.... 17.18Hard rid.of within ,few days while it is still
Surface Road Fund.... t".I'The .. .
.. ...... I. "
W t Barber. eommt lon fresh sends down.
The 'GQverntnentwant Tax Collectors report;showed WAG Oro C supplies to sTansrw J46.00 prices .- .. e
amount of' Licenses and Polls"eollect.. W & C Oro do, mule feed------ 'TT.TT When Swift'
J ed '.. follows L, H Ingrain feed of prisoner. 4,60J'H prices meat go up &:
: ,
.__... **..8
General License ...._..___._.$ 784.75 ;R G Balsden.Reynolds road, survey road ._-. J .10Valley Company not, ,only con 'pay 'the producer :
'tin Poll: ,. .........._---..._ SO.OO Gazette, legal adv. _.. 1'.40 but hot. him'more "
more or ?
$ to __ ____ l'.tO pay ,
The following bills .were examined :J :J Dann .up. gang -- >
Wagon Wka.. repalr... 4.00
Ktasy other wflLSimilarly
and approved and ordered paid: Ide Grocery Co., feed to' cans 29.80 .. .
Ernest Mach. commissioner' .... S.Oft/ C O Tlner.upkeep auto......... 82.18 ; when" recede all;
prices down the
,.1. t a Ij t> Overstreet cemmle'r.__. 10.00/ M Kats. supplies to gang .___ '8.08r .M
;r r K Hllllard. commissioner11.10 ; K Slngletary lumber for vat.* 1..00 line Swift ft
So hereafter: ell three brands A F Basa, 'commissioner ...... If.00 C B Buckley lumber for vat'.. lt." :Company cannot continue to pay
, .... 00 Makln.on.Co., material.- 11.10 the the '
B H commissioner .A St. W. B producer same pricess gas before, and
;' 1I onG Pledger, attorney ...... 14.84 Osceola' Hdw C. material ...... 66.01H .
< of WRIGLEY5 I will be wrapped [ ) Bass. janitor ....._..... CO.oo H Hull hauflnc., cement ____ 16.00 still remain': .i in'the packing b sfrieSs.rt .....
: )' :&' k Evan., maintenance .... 5.00/ New Eden "lIonta n Co. halulngJ.JO r
< ** : : ... .__ _.. doIb
\ n r.-.r.t jft'- - u.t Montsdoca. .00I A C .1. Ry freight ? All the packercon (:to keep the le
.. .
I.' 0 Livingston ..._ (..00ifra M P Tindail.dipping 'vat.... 100.00 ,
:in pink-paper and hermetically M Bronson .... 6.00 Baas ft Phillip.. labor ........ 01.11 of turning stock into meat .at a ;minimum,
Mrs Wright' .... 6.00 Jar Saga labor >_._.....-__,._ 14..10N
: Mrs ia.e. John; ... (.00 Nourse. labor ....,...:..... 140.40R so''that"thec9ruubiet': can get ta much 'as'
sealed in' Mrs 8 A Wilson .... (.00 I"Evans, labor ..__-.__--.- 4'.ll
I .... 4.00I of Kissimmee Pro-Rata possible for his money,1; 'and the ;
waxt .. Della Colllng-ton City 'producer, .
) ....... 4109.13Slate
;; ?, r" tn' f Tlllls .... 1.00Jan. UI'I Road Tax ._. -
? l ,i i. ... a' .,, ,vt '''t11' vaT 49r' 1 '7D f' ,. }' Clements '" ..... 6.00/ Bank, loan __?______-_.;_._.-. 0.00 much aS possible for. hiss live'etocfc.J/ *,
..... warrant '
( .00Mrs. loan ,
.Irs Jlncy Padgett on .
w Look. WRIGLEYS the A Simmons .... 8.00 State Bank, loan __.____.-____'1000.06 Thanks! to' Its splendid, 1 modern
for ... : loan warrant 9620.00
B I 1.1 McClelland 6.00 Interest on Proutes
Mrs L Mahale. .... 8.00/ / :Joe[ Story,'' maintenance ....... lu.uu methodsVbranch;' houses,, eM ,!fleet'':of
A M L Chauncay .... 10.00 Upon motion made and duly seconded -
:piI$-end. package and .take Julia Jerlnsr&n .... B.OO/ the Board adjourned. refrigerator cars,experience and organization
Mrs M Smith -. 6.00/ Swift"&:';Company Is' able to' for live I
> +
E Verier .... .00 : pay;.

( ::your'J.cho'1ce', < of the same ;J Amelia B Owens Evans. ""' --. 10.00 11.00 Sleep and Rest. of cattle 90 per cent of what It rece1vc for beef I
.... One of the most common causes
0'. Claude Sylvester 6.00J and ,
', by-products of
r!" jJ F Williams -. .JO-JO: insomnia and restlessness is Indiges .andibadon expense?,
; 'three popular flavors.'. OJH ttt' 'YI J L clerk -.- i1-0.0 of Chamberlain's Tablets production and as well; as its "
agent.100.00 tion. Take one
Javens county
< l'ioR i ......-" _. .. 16.W profit (a small of cent
$ la T M Murphy Jud""re ;-.-- ..... immediately: after supper and see fraction a per pound), "
W B Crawfrd pros. atty -
\ } : T M Murphy, Judge Juv'''court., 11.110 If you do not rest better and sleep ,out of the other 10 per cent.. .
sure to \ of .1'.110
Be L. H Ingram. cars -- .
: .. cost a quarter F
, A F Bass care pauper..-...-.. J600WennerSftwyer better" .ony
supplies _. .. 14..'. t
rE KI..,. Telephone Co. rent._.. 7.76 ,Swift & Company U. S: A.
., 'get.., M H Porter docket book...... t.47 PARK TRAMMELL ADVOCATESCENT .,
.., Osoeola Hdw Co., supplies .... 1'8
to 1* 1o 1< b "g'44? T I ,1 Coe-Mortlmer,, fertilizer ..... 14.6 A MILE 'FOR SOLDIERS (' In
W & C Oro. Co.. supplies-_.-. 46.41 '---- 11 t ,q '
L. R Farmer roads ....... 119.00 Nov: 21.-Senator ;'" y
D. C.
WRIGLEYSfor" mule ..... Washington, .
: LB Farmer hire .... 60.00O'V .
: .
v&: [ Ashton, supt team ...... 76.00 Park Trammell today introduced P"-: jT Slrr'0 la'rJ-:.> !i .I
.. -- ,." -- Jan.Brown, guard _._ BJ>-0 .. '
resolution :
.11\' Mr./.Li. Farmer, supplies__..,. .10. in the'Senate'. the following' ; . ..
Bang16.64 .
John for ..
-"r', [ quality Perry Jernlgan. food to gang22.60 : -the 'Senates:.. ... '" .
O.c.ola.Hdw.Co" gang 68.6 Be It Resolved By ,
:: ,, ' -V.flflbliitfr'iland KI..y Ice Co., storage meat... 1.1 General of Ball- ..;," .., f
Director .
\ ,1- bamplon: Supply Co., supplies. *'-00 That the ,, "
\ '
;: ; .upfer Prather, repairs ..... 4.60 roads be ,and'he .la\hereby ,requested rt

.. '!4 .PO. a C W'L&Bandy C .Oro.''commissions Co.- f.l1ol.1...... 268' J-10-!6J to authorize',a:passenger rate' of one i .............. . . 'w i ir

t :' W Miller, feesjj.__....:=. 1.10TM '&11. to all' officers and enlisted ,',';.t i
,:: ... Murphy,coat'$In Qlll '.11 cent (1" : .
.. L H Ingram: cost1' In Gill e.... 1.81 personnel: and all grade 'and .
'li- .. . .... ,'.'0
. ) j-H Ingram, ca e. .Unlte4Stata.* Army '
[ Porter'Mach-B ttl. ca... 1.14 rank of/ the-,- ; that in'pale +
: M H directions +
: for
po ,'fttir..IJ'\ rJ fli Jj r ,.sou sYtft? .H.W. :J C" Lonlng convict hlre---___.' ,1T.8T Nary and Marine Corps, for a -periodif About Croup. the. ; use, M
Y' QoF.JOpfIQflel: adrart/llag./,! -l.0 month Immediately''follow If your 'children are subject to of .an attack fOG :will know, exactly: "
; L three what course: to.pnrsue/Thla U,a farorlte .',,
'stS. mill- "if havo'reuon'to fear
; from
..11 or ,
ing honorable, .discharge croup you "
1 TIM Oaks.. Tkat list lit Afoot the l.sau that'disease and rery,, successful.remedy: for +

,, o 43.i.* ;Q?adQ Au c.f{ .mu 01........... ... Iuathoe sled.Ux&.o tary ervice. .. their being; croup,' and It 1 Ia .Important that TOG: Y;'
:: OrdiMTT should bottle of..Cham.ber1aln'.Couch *
t. , .;. Tl VB QUININE Is bvtUf tbaai you procure a '
-- -- -- had....*a-be.-doD sot ..u.e aarvcae.wer...m..4look Subscribe) for the Klsslmmee VaJ-' t : : Remedy and study observe the directions'carsfuU7... '..i i,, '"
_.. :
... Oaovs, Spa ley Gazette. '
,- .302 &lie ** n tit J ISo W. .......
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senators' and ,congressmen might be I also boric. 'wagon. buggy harness Inr. twice. a month at'*0c per .:year-
KJSS1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTE and farmingImplements.. AddramA. three years for II.00. Only: llvestoclstnd
"' enlisted and result in having one' or J. Tbumberj Klsslmmee, Fla..' R. general farming paper In th, l! '
t I both t>f' these camps 'made penn n.ent. F. T>. -A. 5O-It'pd. state. Write today.

j ... ..... .Bvery VH.ay. .. FOR 'BAI Shetland pony; U blind FOR BALE-About 10 bead of tio*
.' tar ......._ Valley 0....... OemNa1la o but can be used a. ".or inharness and pira' half breed Tamworth
1.Ns.r.., ..r.raaw i" perfectly gent. Price clean' and i healthy, and fit to fatten
,\ I LIST OF SUBSCRIBER!,TO '''.10. Mr*. .A. E. Smith ClubHouse If Interested, .advise when Coming'
:a. .BarrU.B. .......... UNITED, WAR WORK FUND tO-lt-pd W.that HILI..o.I may NARCOS8EB.keep In pen. App&: .,
II Q. Vaa* Aa-aw, __..I .
? -: FOR BALE-Two Dairy Cow M.; O. r o
\ '. ......... .J> .; )l.. U' Corrections. Well., Iff :Mabbett st -tfPOSITION. FOR BALE-One of the best bargainIn r y ato
a house In Klsslmmee. If )'c> M
Miss Elon Guice (omitted last WANTED a* Nurse, |10.00 Homeseeker want a snap. Call a to ; L* 9 r
.b.M.U.a Ha tee I per week. Mrs. Ada. Frao 810 100 Bryan street at any time afte l
week _...__ 8.00
$ .
One Copy On. Year__.,.,,,.,_,,.GG Hughey street 41-41. (.10 p. m. for further Information
.Osi. Copy, Six Montb.__....___ 1,00 Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Moody, instead J, A. BARCLAY. .<
0.. Copy. Tbr. Months.....____ .f' of 13.00 __..._..... 20.00 FOR RENT-Nice Furnished HouseApply .
Shirley Q. Vans Agnew .... 6.00 to .. McPhatter. it-it FOR RENT- -room house furnished
All communications except from.outtbOrI8" .. ... ..... 10-room house furnished; housekeeping
Raymond Croyl l 2.60 .
i oorrespondenta must b. FOR BALB-Elrhty acre; 11. acre rooms; unfurnished dwel vf.
ajla...ed by the.writer Ethel Johnson .. ........... 1.00 cleared and under fence. ; I acre In .I n... Mrs :E. B. Wells. \l .a
t RejeBntered. matter will not be returned bearingorange frove; ".OGO worth
... of cypress timber on tract four- DWELLINGS for rent. Apply to M
called for. ,
B. F. RoeMCenaasville .. ... .
; 2.50 room house and kitchen- Also (0 Tiller., t+w
( la the Postofflce at Klsslro- Miss Mattie Baisden Kenan- head of cattle and a food bunch of w 'r ,f <:t.f .
r I.... Plorida as second-class matter) ville .. __________...__._... 2.50 Farming range bogs tools loose implements on the ranee.. Located FOR attractive BALB-Second-hand prices. Osceola Ford Moto carat V r
Der Park Union Church *nd near Kenansvllle. price 1,600, Co, 107 Broadway.. 'iw ,$, Gr r a
S. S. ..-____...._;i____._._ 20.66 half cash, balance term. to suit B. r
O. H. Guy Kenansytlle. Fla. l$-tf FOR SALE-One Emerson Typewrite
"; CMO Deerdefunct.Lodge. W. W. model three, visible, as food a. new
.. .) .. 18.80 FARMERS Send today for free .
---- ------- a cam- Apply Valley Quette. tl V' :
' I Mrs. Chas Donegan. D. Park5.00 pie copy-of the Florida Farmer and
, 1 a ey W."H. Glanville Deer Park..' 6.00 Stockman, published at Jacksonville. WILL, TRADE or exchange city prop c:
Tells about livestock '
1- r' f raising: dairy- erty'for country property or e tl tlOt..o..t..toooooooooo.tot..tO
1 OI The following is a list of subscribers Ingpoultry, citrus fruit and truCk. of any kind. B C. Miller. 10-
to the War Work fund. from Nar- "4 clast
I Q coossee ........ It 1r

Henry Shackhoff _. _........ 1.00 ? 3
Edw. Tison, .. .............. ,60
oq yyfSrAlC Emma Tison .. _....._..*.. 1.00 I BARGAIN IN COUNTRY ESTATE
PRL gP Spenca '.. Tison ............. 1.00E.
A. Williams ..____._____ 6.00
Carl Tison ._ .............. .60
,.4 :C.'' B. Buckley. __________-___ 6.00 We. hare for .sale a place. that we. consider absolutely the moat

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1918Kisslmmee C. E. Denljp i___...___________ 1.00 beautiful estate in Florida. We think aa appropriate
.. Radclyffe Cadman Bros. .... 10.00 '
. boa one of the moat attract Mrs. 8. J.- Entriken ........ 10.00 title for It would:be

golf courses in Florida. H. H. Hull .___.__:__...___. 2.00 10 10 l
n A. R. Thompklns ........... .50 "A HAVEN OF REST"or."A 10

.. The Navyrain that visited this M. P. Tindall ------ 10.00 MILLIONAIRES' PARADISE" 10
I Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bill25.00 10
. section Tuesday was. :welcomed by F.. Desmond Little ____...... S.OO It located. between two sparkling, crystal lake, surrounded by 10 ,,

fame Andrew Evans .- .......... .60 beautiful. tropical tree, and in a community of magnificient/ .. ,

Louis Berger Eva-------------- 1.00 homes. It U only three miles from one of Florida'. industrial ..
j Airships from the camp near Arcadia Robert S. .60 .
made use of KI.a mmee'l ,landing '' Marion'8i TindaU'. .;.:;:;':____ 2.00 dtles; ; rlpdIs, nedtOlfIr1ileafrorthetDiaFe'Aiihway(i j. U.)ls eauip- .. .c ,. .... . .. .
t ; ,, ecood .._____..... 1.00 'pod'with'sli Modem <-. It".h..t\len.:' _rs in'lot; .an
station almost every day the past Frank K. Simpson' ...-...--- 1.00 eight. room modern house,'' a'large variety .of fruits, and a' .lead i

b .' "week.Osceola't. F. H. Bruns ..-_.____".--_____ 1.00 shape that an artist would revel at an opportunity to paint After [ But Not Least

this place would think of the price reaching to seven ,
: 1919: Bounty; Fair and Total .........-__.___9 82.60 seeing one ,
but have it Mated at the astonishing price of only I
figure, we
stock show ,will :W managed,. by';one of'subscribers'to'United*
List War .
'' 'of the' most prominent cattle- men. in. Work fund by. Colored people of 850000. "_ -t FLORIDA'SOWN

this section '. Narcoossee.

Will Hill .. _-__-____________ 1.00 HUTCHINS & COMPANYORLANDO '
I r7r <, Osceola county was well represented Richard Goss .. ............ 1.00S.
k \ r' at the State Fair at Jacksonville, W. Young .--_.___-.____ 1.00 FLORIDA NEEDY KIDDIES
Charlie Wiggins -- I.---.--- ,1 .26
ratsed'rlghthere. Ameta Roberson .. ........ .60
i A. B. Robinson ......--.---- 1.00 .ocooo oooO..t..f.OO..Otoo..o..oooooootOtoo.t.. ,
Dave Little .. _____________ 1.00
P Tomorrow is th.-Jut day you can Sun DeVins .. '............. 1.00

, end gifts to'our soldiers "overseas. Paul Whitted ___.___,__-__ .50
f.. Garrett Roberson .. ....___. 1.00
8 If have not received label The Children's
< your Home of Horidi"Florida1.
{: e Gel'' Burroughs .- ....---.. .1.00 WILL OFFER Society :
'.. you may secure one from the Red Gen Eddy .. .............. ..60Rushie ,
q d ; Cross. Wiggins ._ ......... .50
a t John Neal _. .______._._:. 1.00J. Greatest Clarity"Announces 't
{ ., '". \' If you .doubt that Osceola la the W. Morgan ..:.________... .60 SATURDAY ONLYGold
o ) Mecca"for hunters, just give, ear to Robert' Whitted ....._______ 1.00 FOR () It's ..December, Campaign For .':
Ed ;......._.. .60 ,
from the parties
S the reports hunting 3. S. Jordan-----__........ 2.00
that celebrated the "open game sea'* Ruby Hill __ .._.__.____. '1:00 '

:, ,. eon" last week. EarH Emmie Belle.. Hill j_._._-_-__..., .1.00 1.00: ( Medal'flour: as Follows: $50.000.

1 i'' 'Some signs of renewed activity ii Eddie. Jenkins_ .. ..-, <- '1.00 24 Ib sack Gold Medal Flour, 1 sack,.to a customer ......$ 1.60

. i hown in golf circles this week. Th Total ---., __9 18.00 24 Ib sack Self Rising Flour,, 1'sack to a customer ...... 1.6K/ To Begin December'' 1 and End on Christmas Day1,000'Floridlans 'i
t t is being cut end the links will ? . . ,
grass 24 Ib sack Pillsbury Flour i>ack'to customer _.__..._ ___ 1.65i ,
NOn be' in shape for a preliminary LOKOSEE.Mallory .
' practice before the opening: of/ the M.A':Edris Miller-..-.4J.-..-.__. 15.00 5.00'rank t THESE PRICES''* ;Ft Cfcifo aii>&rLYtASH'OUR ' + are asked to give ONE' FIFTY ..'',

shout .
.' J"ecular'-.on" which.,occurs,
DOLLAR BOND'to Uncle Sam ''
and Florida's
;? the first of Januray.;; HANCOCK.B. e REGULAR PRICE LISTCoal serve !j

i .,. Jif. .. A. Batten _......--.9 10.00. Oil, gallon.._....._.. .15.' Corn Beef Hash, can, ISe, 2.." .25 Kiddies or ,.TV 'I
," y Iiat.:_k the Seniors,of. the o. e.ola ,Mrs., V. A., Rice ____.._,:'. 6.00 500 Floridians''
= 'IN .. Beef,'pork and Veal Loaf,ea .20 to give' ONE ONE-HUN *D
Mrs. G. V. Hancock _.';..: 6.00 Tuna & .1 h., -............; .15 .a
i County Hlg-h School,gave an or- ? :
Household Ammonia;; bot..: .TO) DOLLAR *
igual entertainment" ; to raise' art C. L. Heath ...___..... 10.00 Lima Beans, 18c, 2 lbs for.. .8"? .BOND.or .:
. Potash large .12
pledge' of>925 toward the UnitedWar Ethel.Gilbert Hancock Clairjc; --:?..1.:--*_'..;-.-..-:,...' <,6.00 6.00 I BlackEye; Peep, ,. Dc, 3 T..2; can --.L. .,:.(),OOP'PJ.d"hU1..tD> give ONE BABY BOND- -/

i o Work entpalgn.' Their net,proceeds Gf B.. Hancock_.._...C;',:.'r.i-: -"HO.pO,. Oat..Meal, package, ........ .12 Blueing, bottle -- -.-___.-.. .. .05 a War $ Stamp. :.. '
:ji y: : alJljOaDtedAi) 975 In place, of.the original BASSVILLEANDt i "LLrGATOR'y fffV* fif Best: Evaporated Peaches.,c, ..20 Tomatoes, No. 1 can .....:.' ,10 ... .." .

: "; sum desired,' which speaks' well ", *f ', LAKE-imM"/; / ',,* Navy Beans, 2 Ibs.......... .30 Pie Peache, -:-;:-: ..15 ,' The $50,000 Is_needed by The Children Home Society for.,:;
'. \:not'only :for' the cleverness of the Adam Thomas' -' j __,__6 1.50 Calumet Baking Powder, .10c,,,<' Votan Coffee,' a good ones;=''' THESE .,... ''

+ claas, but,for the cooperation of the Mrs\ C. A. Bailey 2.00 16e ,and ....___... .28 1 pound can, try It,__:__. .35 THREE BIO ITEMS .? ,. ,

; 1 citisens, and the genera. all-round Mrs.. W.G.Mann W. McGowan...._..-.. '2.00T. 1.00 Shredded Wheat, pkg, ....... t ::14 8 pound can, ._.._._...-. .95 The $50.000 it needed by the Children' Home Society 'for, ". ,
spirit shown here."The -- $35.000
to provide 1000
Watson Yates .. -- 1.00 Poet Toasties ISe or 2 for.. .25 Maxwell House Coffee, can ., .82 Homeless .Orphan and Needy Kiddies durng -' ."

' utl n's obligation- and W. H. Mann _...- 1.00 U. S.. Smoking pkg. ..._.__ .06 White Hour Coffee, can ,-.. 5 the coming year of 1919. at ah average cost of $35 each. ". .

,: opportunity R. N. Yates _- ...___.. 1.00 I Prince Albert, pkg. .__.._. .15 Senate, best there is ....... .85 $10.000 to provide for 200 Fatherless Kiddies, whose widowed mother
1 to serve stricken humanity H. D. Mann _______..___---. 1.00A. would otherwise be compelled to give them permanently sir-
Arbuckles _._ .24 up at
inwar-torn Europeby helping to M. Keen -. '1.00 George Washington, pkg. f .06 cost of $50 child. 'average ; .
; C provide .sustenance until the next Mrs. Fame '(Bats .....-. 2X>0Toseph \ Velvet, package ........... .12 Cheek Neal Coffee, 3 Ibs_85 $5,000 finish per "'
F fcarrest will demand further' sacrifice !. Keen, (V. B.) 6.00 Renos, pkg. ............... .06 1 Ib can Cocoa, ............ .28 to free from debt the great work of 1916.which Ha provided -; t ,

4 of' the American people,"' the Paul Keen, (V. B.) .-, ...- 6.00 All others, pkg. ._......... .05 Chili Con Carne ......___.-T.12 good home, aid. and care for practically 1000 children. .., . 51 ,

Food :Administrator 'declares. That' COLORED ORGANIZATIONS- AND Water ground Meal, lb.___. .06 Lunch Tongue, ............ .29 ll

an right, "Herbie." The :American THEIR PLEDGES Fancy Head Rice, Ib__..... ''.12: Best Jam, large !size....-.-- .30 "YOUR BONDS AND STAMPS" WILL STILL HUP UNCL1 SAM

,p people have voted the straight ticket Bethel A. M. E.. Church___. 126.25' Broken Rice, lb. .......____ .10 Peanut Butter, large size,... .30 And at the tame time HELP FLORIDA'S YOUNGSTERS IN ,NEED.,,
2? on..vel'7' :proposition you have put West- Kissimmee Colored Bap.; ': Rumford Baking Powder, lb. :.28' Peanut Butter. small sice... .13 Arrangement have been made by the Home Society i with the Atlantic Nat-; 1"

jp to them; and all you've"got to do tist Luke'Church Missionary; _._-,.._Baptist _:_.- 13.0QSt. "' Best Salt Bacon, Ib:______. ,>.3l; Export, bar.h__-_.. :_-______ .05 i tonal:Bank of Jacksonville, to take over the Bonds and Stamp .at, par to,

L'r' to say the word and they will be Church .. ...- 277.00St. Good Bacon, .............. .26 Ivory, per bar .......-..... .07 that the Society can secure the fund, and yet keep the money in the *e .

c with 'you.,, Luke's Missionary Baptist Picnic Ham ._ ............ .30 Grandma's Laundry, ....... .05 of our Governmen.t. so your Bond or Stamp will in this way serve two

Sunday School ...____ S.OO No. 1 Strait Ham_________- .89 Lux: Soap, pks, ............12ls causes the cause of the Allies. and the cause of Florida children.,. '

'1.. Kissbmnee U fortunate In. ha/ving/ St. Luke's Missionary- B. Y. No. 1 Fla Ham,________.--- .37 Sour Pickles' bottle, -_,,_-- .15 OF COURSE REAL MONEY WILL BE GLADLY ACCEPTED: .Whii
v .. 5.00
P. .- Bull Head Catsup! I> a ;. near the very center of ita business Meridia District .. ..-- 23.00 Society i is to raise $SO.OOO'through Liberty,Bond an ':
sectionL as pretty and convenientclub Knights of Pythias 20.26 Eba Milk can ---------r-_.* .06 Sweet Pickles, ________-.___ .18 War Saving Stamps, the main thing is to get the money, therefore,.of cpu ; I

house' as could be desired. Last Osceola Lodge No. 9732 G. N. Eagle Miik. can __________-. .24 Apple Jelly, 8 ots., ....:...? ..14Dime' the Society will be delighted to accept contribution of from '

r' season ,it ,was utilized for .a public O. of F. _,-.. 10.00 Brand .. ............ .16 Grape Jell/, 8 0... _..>u... .14 children pehnie up to the largest possible amount. moneys. .r,'a,\.

\, 'rest room,.to ,tho' out-oftewn: shoppers Free Will Baptist Church.______..__. 60.46A. 10.00 Mohawk ':'. ___: ..._________ .14 Jams, 8 ors. ............ 14Thread SUBSCRIPTIONS CAN BE MADE PAYABLE *
M. E. Any
............. ..05 , person '
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a meeting point for winter :visitors M. E. Christian E. League Carnation, can .._......_.__ .06 who doe not own a Bond or who prefer to buy,another end the'',

; s and ms a place for social gathering Julia Porter, presj. ...... 5.00 St. Charles, can ........... .06 Society a check or Money Order for one tenth of the amount..can of &hej3* :

: for the citizens here. The city A. M. E. Sunday School D. G.. 6.00 Van CUrnp's Milk, can ______ .06 MEAL AND GRITS and make the other payment monthly, the Bond to become the ,>

i '.thus far'has provided no .such room Klsslmmee Chisolm.Colored Supt. _School _. 167.67 Pet milk Baby, can ......... .06 Hndnuts Meal 7c, 10 Ibs.... .65 the Home Society when paid for. Person who cannot subscribe at property,all nd.I'

.this) year, and now that strange faces Colored Victory Boys ....... 70.00 Alaga Syrup, gal. ......::.. 1.10 Hudnuts Grits" 7c., 10 Ibs,.. .65 can subscribe the amount hey feel they can give and make the payments

' .are seen on, the streets each day,, it Colored Victory Girl --. 60.00 Alaga Syrup J Jgftl. ----,1} ..65> W. Ground 'Meal, 6c., 10 Ibs.58 ANY TIME in the coming year 'of J9I9.. The idea'of the'.Society il to ;

;k wouldn't be a bad. idea'to show them METHODIST- CHURCH. Alap'S'J'1Jp, No. 1, ........ .17 Corn Flour, 71c.! 10 Ibs.__. ..70Al.g. sure.of the income of $50.000or the finishing of this year' work free

1' the courtesy of'ranging for one. at 11 Communion Syrup, No. 2 .___.__. .22 debt. and the entire year of 1919, so tba) no further appeal for, fund*make'1 J
; Other cities prepare a rest room, why, Sunday, a. m., Crisco, large can ........... 1.90 DRUGS be made until 1920. }
) Service Tourist Service. : .
' Hot Kissimmee ;No heavy expense ; at 7. p. m., Crisco medium ._ .. ...... '.95 .. .
will Sweet Spirits Nitre, _______ .14 MUST FLORIDA'S' HOMELESS KIDDIES PLEAD VAIN f
The preach hour IN
I would be 'required, just sufficient pastor attthia .. .... .... .50 ?.
Crisco smnll. .
., Hydrogen Peroxide, -____-__. .10 The good of Florida have .taken
Vivian of
and Miss Briggs, Toronto, people care during the yearof l
1 r financial support'to? 'enable,the i Hart Sweet Feed, 100 Ibs ________ 3.45 ,
Canada, will sing the Holy City. Carbolic Acid, _____._?_.__ .14 gone ovef the top" in every one*of the Big Campaign, and bave on6dence "I'A
!Memorial corporation to employ a Oats 100 Ibs., ______?__... 8.40 Sweet Oil, .14 that they will heed the we, ?
All cordially Invited to attend to cry of these little
hostess for this building. are Corn 100 Ib....... ......... ,8.85 poor helple. homele
p these services. Sulphur package ......:... .05 kiddies, who are the Hope of the Future, and must not be permitted to. suffer
Shorts 100 'Ibs. ... 2.85 Label
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t While it,will "be necessary for the J. D. .SIBERT,. Pastor. Blue Vaseline bot .05 WILL YOU ADOPT ONE FLORIDA KIDDIE NEXT YE.Rt't
100 Ib..______ 2.60
Bran __
---- _......... .10
.' government to discontinue using a No. 1 Scratch Feed 4.60 Turpentine, bot'1e One Fifty i Dollar. Bond will provide for: the entire need of one:of j the
.a' great ,many of the ,military camps Classified AdvertisementsFOR Wheat 100 lb.------------------. .;4.95 Caster Oil, bottle, .25 kiddies. in need Will you be one of The Thousand to accept the respomibili. .
throughout the country, it would CastoriaN bottle .80 for the care of one of f these little ones?/ r'")1
Meal 2.75 .
to;the casual observer that at Velvet Bean ---------- Epsom Salts box ........_... .05 STATE
8ALK-1.17 Ford touring car Inflr.t Cotton Seed Feed '.
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Camphor, bottle _.... ..._._ .10
one of the aviation at class condition. Must have th'
least camps Minced Ham Ib., .... .85 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA .. ..."
i ,
money by the 5th of Dee. Inquire ? --- Salts box - .05 '
!Arcadia ,should be, 'made'permanent B :R. Chapman.. loa Mabbctt. -. .,St o.u, Potted Ham, Libby's, _______ .05 Quinine Tablets, bo][........ .15 Send your Bond or Stampt;':or contribution, to our Treasurer R.. V,. -
e ,4norder to .take'care of the airmail p Covmgton. 428 St. James Building. Jacksonville. Florida and be cure to.register .
'routes which are being ,planned FOR SALE-Thirteen and) truck land., acre l-acre orangegrove EVERYBODY'INvJ'l'ED TO INSPECT OUR SANITARY STORE!: your letter if you tend a Bond and ask for, a return receipt card.f.. :'
grovelG )
,' :4/Theee.camps are fully equipped for M', AND GET.'PRICES., Oar Motto Is: Cordiality 16 6s. to the Pleading for some aid from every man. woman and child in Florida.,wo-rare

4' I i:; .. :{repairinaaDd'; taking care of a large" nulns pound and 100'Cents OB the Dollar. your. 'servants in the "greatest work under the Sun." ': S
jBumber. of flying machines and'for '
I-. , '.1, ng'aviators. .on a Jarresca1e, 1VkN and AvQ OUT OF TOWN ORDERS SHIPPED SAME DAY THE. CHILDREN'S HOME. SOCIETY OF PLORID/il
r- ld be convenient for'taklng

l "E'.1 ail routes to Key West, Cuba CUT PRICE CASH GROCERY JUDGE'W. It BAKER. President R.\l. COVINCTQN.Tre: ll1rer.

; tw f : bsr.:.extreme' southern' points. e . "I, MARCUS C. FACC. State-Superintendent... t .:

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i J. H.. Fsrtio of zinnia! .,- was In B. F.. Roe, a :prominent cltfien of I 1
,IIJNTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS \f the 'city Wednesday./" I I Kenansvflle/was. in; Wednes

,' Chamois. Skins,.all ,sixes and. fresh, day.Mrs.
NNMNO. 1-- DjerkissCombination Sets, $4.60, at.Central Drug'Store. Phone'41.. 'I Maddox of' Orange Center,
at'' Central Drug:Store.. Mary Pickford today at' the' Casino was shopping. In Kissimmee Wednes-

i weather Report ; A. -J., Booth of Windemere, was The.ter. "How Could You Jean!'*? dayrMr
and Mrs. C. E. Carleson ,.Icame:
among .the visitors ,here Wednesday Judge J, W. Perkins, came down
< -. Newton Edwards,, St.: Cloud"* from DeLand this week to convene over from St. Cluod Thursday to' at
' tend' the opening dinner dance at.
\ cl.thler'a' business visitor here the Fall Term of'Circuit Court. and .
; Following are dally temperature a the GraystoneyAlbert I stINI
,, and. precipitation a*' r*> Wednesday. Get a Hot Water Bottle. You will r fM, w /9 r'F
i ported by: Government station need it. We sell the best at Central Bearden came up from the .
Mr. A.. E., Rose and son came ufrom S ej
at Kl Immee fothe week end-. ; aviation camps at Arcadia and spent 1/I/i/
(Jog Thursday: Nov. ,,28.J4&L ", Punta Cords Friday for visit Drug Store. Thanksgiving with the home folks, 1, ..,aNNrl Illllr.."iIIIIIIInInplNl W
"*" in the city. Mrs. F. Mf Means and son Francis,
Mln. Rain and his brother Ralph;, who is employed
Thursday .. .. 75 62 ; Park Hall a well known citizen of of Birmingham Ala., are guests of, in. the abstract office at OrLando

; ; Friday.. ",.,___, 77 .62 St. Cloud spent Wednesday here Prof.' and Mrs. R. M. Evans. : joined him here for the day. WHY ..t ct... 'r..:...... t. p_..r....... id ............ eN. c...........
;-..Sstmday: ..,.., 70 66) .(looking after business. . Miss Lencre Fortner returned from i 1 Clinton Celts and family of Miles .

J Sunday: ....... 73' 69 J. J.. Cummings, one of St. Cloud'. Miami 'loI'! nday. where she has been I Mich., arrived in Kissimmee yester A a-lft-,0f a,. solid substantialpUceof ,Furniture.' alwar. ornam.ntal'ae,
'! ;'Monday 1....... 73 60 4./10' prominent merchants was a business visiting :'rlend.!' for the week.' 1 I,day to spend*the winter. This is Mr. wU as ''u..ful and eOD".nl...&., would last a lit* 'time 'and serve to

| ; 'Tuesday' ...... 72 65 .16 visitor ,here :Wednesday Miss Inez Carson spent severedays Geltt's ,fourth winter here and he make the donor solid In friendship and recollections, of the recipient

Wednesday .... 84 65 We' have a fresh stock of 'first in' Jacksonville this -week, returning says it is a great relief to 'get away Tker tm m w.... ...... .t eirtlrt. ffe* M|.**|.....b.w that are

..". .0. . . . .. . .':. . . . grade Chamois Skin., prices from home Wednesday night.For from the ice and snow .and back in ..,_., .I..IT........1..rrrmmmrr.! ...! f._>***..rtl..lrltI l.a. ... /Ma> a ,,h..__t ..(. "..!..._., .
:: lOc'to $1.60.Central Drug Store. Sale-Six' thoroughbred black Our spring-like climate. r........1....<.4r. .MlBC.. ....!... Ivntke ......-,. ...... FbMt' _,,_
:For. Sale:-Four mule., W.J, Millet ''
J. S TinJall came up from Kenansville minorca cockerels. Come while' they Mr. and Mrs. W. J. 'S. Carr,, who DO AT LEAST '
Tuesday: on business. He stopped last. C. W. HUe, inquire Gazette of- Are. spending much' of .their time at '
pre Joi.'Cuebman. of St. Cloud, was St. the Manhattan. hotel, floe r 60-lt-pd their cottage at Coronado Beach, are ,

I ,Ja. town Wednesday between trains.gder ''. Mrs. Grave Calkins and Miss Stick S. 'A. Hutchins and J. E., Crawford here 'for a few ,days. They hive received C. H. GR: A NTH AM' h
!.? *>ertand Era Stewart ofjBEdMr of 'the real estate company, Lawrence
ricy; were .m III' the st. Cloud ladies, Hutchins. word from their son 0
r tl e 'Colony? pent" Wednesdayere. shopping ,In the city Wednesdsy> of Orlando, spent/* few hour.. ,in I who is with the Canadian Expeditionary "Tht SotUfmftory Sin"

For Rent-Two furnished flats,I ICissimmee Wednesday.Jim I forces in France, thrt he has

C. U. Young, of Dorr' Field, -was with modern conveniences.. W. B.Harris. . Barber, who was sent to. train'Inl' been gassed, and the sanitarium
among ihe guests' at. the ,Graystone. ; Giette office; 38-tf..1 camp at Hattisburg Miss., some I,for treatment. It is feared he maT OOO. . . .... .O..O..O. .. ... .. .. o.. . .. ,

Sunday. ,C.'E/Harris' and -wife of Jackson weeks ago leas returned home, having ,Jose hi. eyes as a result of.the attack.

n.; C. Hartley'was here Wednesday ville were Visitors to Kissimmee Fri been honorably discharged on account . Mr and Mrs. J. A. Allen of Toronto

on a business mission;; from-thi'Won* day,: They 'stopped:at the Graystone.: of physical disability. Canada' .arrived In Kissimmeelast Our Boys Have "Cleaned Up"The : '

der City., / Private Harold Herzberg: of Com '-week to spend, the winter with
U. W. Smith of .Albany N. Y. wasamong
Marshal. 'William.Kootcdoca of.: Sfc the out "of town visitors,here pany A.,..S. A."-?.. C., University. ,their"relatives,. Mr. ,Geo.. A. Briggs Kaiser The Hun and .

Cloud spent.Wednesday,h.....on oow1busimus. Frjdsy., He registered at the Parkhotel. Florida, was. home Thursday on a and family at 901 Mabbette 'street. ; '. ,
; . -" ,-.. >\..'. < '' *.. : ", furlough to.8pend Thanksgiving An auto. trip to St. Petersburg is -being < "'
' retuned"Sun. .. . ., ii&parents, Mr. and Mrs. F*. Herz planned by Mr. Briggs for' his
L. R.; Farmer
.Mrs, W, S. Dilding and ,wife ,of Green.'berg. 'guests for next"week, which will include German Autocracyo.! : .
day from a week's visit with'her Springs= ,' spent "Friday ;in Kl.sirnm e; their
> ,Mr. and Mrs. Briggs :and ,
the '
Wanted-We will
mother at Oxford.,, Timber pay '4
.'(v They: wen; 'a-uo.t at the' Manhattan ; cash forine' daughter,' Miss Vivian, and Mr and : ... .
highest, market price spot
For Sale .
-A pair' of fine fox hatel.* .- Mr. Allen '\. '

bounds. Will make good cat'or deerdol" I..N. F, Lane and 'wife from ForteaJcifwera loaded? timber-on: car,for"veneering any'Where in purposes 25 miles, i.iI Mrs; Milton Pledger returned? home A WQn'derf .d AchievementLet
A. E. .Thwaasv: \ '. 89-tf;; M gujtsts at tits Manhattanhotel of Taft Fla. Dixie Lumber & VeneerCo. from Mariana Wednesday, where:'she :-
Hon. N. C. Bryan left'Saturday for while in Klesimmee orbusiness ,
Tuesday ., Orlando Fla. 404tpd. had been. called by the illness of- her "
Tallahassee to attend the called : Wever.rwh has 'bejen father; '. Mr. 'Padgett has sufficiently "
Mrs. P. K
'I ;:netting' of the State Legislature. E. S.- Eskrldge arrived WednesdayFrom "irector'of Florida recovered;: ,Ms health tor"accompany: '
: < We sell Goodrich Rubber Goods Kentucky home and expectsto woman .peakenfor her here and will make his home with us now "clean up" at home at once
to the' United War Work cam
'"'! 'j very piece' guaranteed by; Central' spend the winter in this' section of paign"; with headquart rs' at ,Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Pledger Mr. Pledger all our business affairs.
1/ Store. Phon 41.Johnston '* '* '
g Florida. brought home with her three orphan
; 'has returned to Kissimmee,
Landis babies her bri+ther'a" family, who We asking all customers to "clean up" in
... J'at" went up to Jsek.sehvflle" Attorney ,Cary D. came and will make her home with her are' our
Monday. to look after down from DeLand thla'"eek. in connection parents, Hon. and Mrs. N. C. .Bryan. ;were made homeless by the influenza full all account that they"owe :... between now

'"s W'* stock exhibit at the.State Fair. with.the faU term of the Circuit G. H. Chenoweth. and family and this winter and another brother, T. and the close of the year: 1918, that is, duringthe
(Hon. L. C.:' ''Massey,' ofOrlando: ie.mong Court.. : Walter-Padgett, of Mariana, accompanied next smweeb. Be .
lk I Mr. Ford and daughter-all of Rev brlef' :cure to give thb'"our. .
-the out of town attending W.: F. ,well known stockman her for a -
attorneys Ward >a enawook, W. Va., arived in Kissim personal attention.If .
rot Circuit- Court here this week. of Kisco, was here on a business mee last :week to spend the winter.- SENIORS HOLD MERRY .

t{ Mr: i .Marvin DuPont spent the minion,, Sunday.. He was' accompaniedby : Chenoweth has rented-the J. R. CARNIVAL-NET $75 you cannot raise', the money we will
; .week..nd,with''herhusband, Lieutenant )(za/..Ward. ir, Gilbert-reeidenoe.of Main street and j f i Dnct'Wear.
{ 'DuPont, who came down from Mr. and Mrs. Crotzer F. L. Crotzer Hr.: Ford and daughter have taken 2.1 '(Continued From Page One. ) accept Liberty'Bondg ,

. Camp Johnston. and',)I.TalIna: CrVtxer, were a'party rooms at J., W. Busbee's. wall a 'remarkable baby in Saying, Stamps payment, ,
f A new atoCk'' 'of Goodrich Water from Lena; 111., spending Sunday .at Lieutenants F. ;S. Stackpole C./D. charge of Miss Carolyn. Fripp, where '

e : Bottles. Every one .Cu.ranteed by the .Graystone. Stocking and H.. C. Moore accom "Tootsie, the marvelous six 'months' v- of your account.

! { Central Drag'Store. Phone'41. L. R. Vail, of Lewiston, III., arrivedin panied by C. B.'Stockbridge,.M. S. E:, old infant" '(known' in ordinary life '
I ;, Frank Denig came-up' 'from Tampa Kissimmee Friday: and will remain and'Muter Signal:Electrician, --Swin-1 as.'Miss Cornelia'.Lancaster) attended PLEASE DON'T BE A SLACKER

Saturday to spend the' week-end with in',this section for some time. He is yard,. Sergeant G. .Schwitzgcbel, 'by Miss .Leitner.:as nurse, were 'Yours respectfully,

t his parents,' Mr and Mrs.. C.: E. De-! a' guest at the.Park. hotel. who flew to, Kiesiminee; .Yrom. ,Dorr viewed .b,., the astonished sightseers..Surprising .
nig, at N reoo.eee. '' ,r I Mr 'and Mrs. 'T.: B. Glllespie motored Field and spent' he. night here .-whileen .-. fortunes were told by :GROCERY :
rt 'Page repent th.''_ri7 part 1 to Platka last week' for a few route for Americus,. Ga.. Miss 'McQuarrie in Gypsy costume, WATERS CARSON :CO.W" i i

week at Jacksonville, where he : d"ys visit with Mrs. GilUspie's mother L..R. Chapman"received s' postcard farthe'r up the street. .

A t to look after;: the stock exhibit I and' have not yet returned. from his friend; E'Mallory.: of Con-I Perhaps the most'popular' feature .00..0..00..0..0. ....... . .. . . ... .. . . .... .
e tom the Edgewater F.nn.1'/, . No home Is complete ,.without a neaut, Ohio, stating that he expectedto of the carnival:-wag the Mlstrsl show

Mi.i Marion Sargent returned Fri"dayfroMiAven'Parkwheve -. New Edison" "The Phonograph WithSouLf visit KI..lmmee"early" in Decent which ''occupied the enclosure theeitreme ... .. .. .... . ... ..I. .. . . . ... ... .... ....
..:, she-was a' f, Think .it. over/-for Cbriat- ber. Mr. Mallory ,had been receiving end of.the" Midway This was iri.Mlua.cliElickaiivel ,
'" called last;week .by the illness of her mae. ''Central. Or ig',Store,, ", ; a;; copy of ,the 'paper from the commissioners arranged to''some" fifty persons", : 1i; I.i. rjtieOMReEaUc'LONDON '

mother Mrs. A. W. Sargent.R. S. S. Summerlin, a prominent cattle : and bad'Decided: to spend but was crowded to standing capacity & LANCASHIRE fIR[ rJ'-
buyrr,.from Cocoa'was among the' some time here this winter.Mm. .- ; at each of the three performances.. : .
E. Hall'of.. Lakelandrwho_ Is connected *
'" with the.Atlantic Coast Line, business visitors here the early part H., W. G.rady. .the advance [ The performers presented the i appearance INSURANCE:. CO.y *"iVIBIHHHHMZlZ .
accompanied by Mrs. Hall were of the .week. He registered ai the agent for'Dr; M.: M. Varney, spent a 'of professional 'entertainerIs "
Manhattan hot.Lo.td1hfd's. .- few days bee the first of'the week they-seated themselves in the customary eM BHLl leW
their old time friends Mr.
of ,
nail Selicit Pertiea Tear B... .
while for welfare9meeting half circle with Edgar Bryan a ..
trench'cap color arranging a,
and Mrs. J. W; Thompson, Sunday army '
{ in December.: Mis. Grady 1 the interlocutor in the center: Mur-
U. S. Emblem on side. Reward early
Burckhalter I. spending
J. T.
if returned Mn."H. C.'Lightsey. left Monday 'for DeLand, to attend I ray Overstreet, Walter Bass, Will Insurance' AgencyP.
State Fair
the Lupfer's
....k"1n Jacksonville at ::
G rd'nero
connected'with''the 49tf. the annual meeting of the State "Exe.'Wheeler, Leroy Lesley; George ,
; ",here he is exhibit
f Vit Lawrence Brown, Elmo Griffin
cutive of the W. C.'T. U.
of the Coe-Mortimer Fertilizer L. L. Hamm; a prominent stockman : and Walter Griffin composed the 0. BOX.6S4 J...E. LUPFER MangerANNOUNCEMENT
i. Company, which- he'represents' in this 'of Pensacolai,; wa. a Kissimmee* Hear sing Walter"When Van I'm..Gone Brunt. and You'll band, and gave several really good oo .... o.o. o .. oo.o . ... .. . .. .... ..... .oo.o..
Clark "
', district. visitor! Friday, looking over the cattle selections of typical carnival music

Judge G..F. Parker came up Monday situation' here. He registered'atthe. Soon Forget. It's unsurpassed on Overstreet, Bass, Wheeler and Lesley .00.0..000..0..00..0.0..0.0000.00..0.00.0.....
.' from'Okeechobee' attend Cirvi Manhattan hotel. the New Edison" "The Phonograph Store. the blackfaced artists exchangedjokes .. "
,,cult Court.-- He was accompained byMrs. Fred Cone ,Earl Austin Joe Peck with a Soul. Central Drug and local hits intersperse

.' :\Parker who divided her timebetween and A.. V Groves, were a party, of I No ships, were allowed to leave the ed with comic quartetts. No minstrel
] ,'"relatives in'' Kissimmee winter "visitors spending some i time camp at .Carlstronv,, Field last .Sundayin Is 'complete without dancing

and Orlando: In Kissimmee this week. They registered order that they might be in readiness and those executed were of the m*>st

!of;. and Mrs: J. B. Mills of Winter at the Park hotel. for the trip to Jacksonville but apporved type. The minstrel was a '

Haven; were .all day guests of their'eoninlaw The sweetest music' ever. heard on so popular has Kissimmee become huge 'success, and Horace Dann, the
Lyles Story and family, the New Edison for sale by CentralDrug that Lieutenant Cousens, and Sergeants faithful ticket man, reported 21.55
Witt and Lunefall motored > having been doted all week ion
"Thanksgiving;: Mr. and"Mrs Story Store. You can consider .'no from that feature alone. My store ,
'I- 'and entail "son accompanied theW! Ifett.r present for Christmas here to spend the week end with S. Running a strong second to the . '",

,. ,""I.. tome, for the week-end MI'/ and Mrs.: W. B. Hart MissLois L. Lupfer and family.: minstral in the race for popularity account of deal pending'' which {did "

: P..K. Weaver a former well known Hart, Mrs. Jennie Hart and Guy Eddie ,.Myers shipping clerk for during the evening was the Curiosity

businessman here now serving Uncle S. Hart, '.were a party from Nova, the Woodberry Grocery Co., of Orlando Shop, in charge of Misses Blanch not materialize, I with to announce lAladt'i: i
i Sam aa second class yoeman Ohio spending Saturday in the ,city. came down to spend Thanksgiving Davis nad Frances Tress, where astonishing -

arrived in Kissimmee Monday .on a They were guests of the Graystone.. day with his from home folks.Plattsburg Ed, ; wonders were seen the my tSff it now open to my friend and .
furlough. Mr.: Weaver i* in the dierecentlyretumed patent .skirt lifter (a mouse in a .
ten day Mr*. L. M. Blackmore mana- three monthsat
N. Y.. where he spent -
. 'the executive: ,. office at Gulf Port, ger of the Graystone Hotel, has for' the naval officers training school I: cag) which was seemed MOwn tjo under be a astrong ., customers, who will receive the same
guarantee, ,
Miss. N her guest Mrs. M, Ft'.Hodge, of Chi.rags A.
., ;, and was honorably discharged, on account :
funmaker. .
\Ue tellant'spenCer' who was in who arrived Wednesday: ,Mrs. of heart trouble. He was commissioned great Throughout' the. evening Misses prompt and courteous treatment a* in

charge of the airship formation from Hodge will make an extended ?isit out as cadet ensign. Eleanor Moseley and Ada Louise .
Field which landed at St.'Cloud here. < I '
Dorr ._ Richard Regero. son of Mrs.' Nellie Simpson were queens of the ,pink the patt. _
Monday 'for a few hours"while en Hairston and Miss Lois
: Mrs. W. Regero, bad the misfortune to break lemonade and apple stands, and Misses v
route ''Jacksonville: was a visitor Mrs. D. L.
Hairston of Manatee, afternoonon
his right arm Wednesday Ethel' Johnson and Alma Cooper
here1. He".was accompanied: by Sergeant Hairston and:"William Lash Hairston the play'grOund.. of the school roasted peanuts in a genuineroast

'McGowan.' of Winston-Salem, N. C., were a party yard. Richard is earning the name 'er, borrowed from 'c/''1(. Griffin's F. H. LA, WSONReceipts ,

Mr. and Mr*. W. A. McCool Jr., of' sight seers here' this week. They of an unfortunate child, having- his store, and the whole Junior class contributed -
arrived in\Klssimmee last week in were guests at the Park hotel. arm broken twice before this frac to the success of the evening.In 000..0.0..000..0..0..0..0. .
-t their car haying-driven- through from -For Exchange-Dandy' little five- ture, 'has broken his coUar bone and fact nothing was lacking in this .

Beaver Falls, Pa. The, distance ,is room cottage in good neighborhood received: a gash on his head which staging. of-.the carnival; which: was from Curiosity Shop. 9.55 winning the victor. prfse.

over 1800 mile and they were on the with aeventy-flve feet front several required several stitches. He is receiving produced for the purpose of raisingthe from Jazz Minstrel..'.21.66 At the conclusion the ,games,
'road twelve day Mr. and Mrs. Mc bearing fruit trees would exchangefor of his many Seniors' of $25, for Receipts '
the sympathy pledge of the { Ice cream'boothl: 12.60 Mra. H., C. Stanford assisted MrI.' ,
'''Cool &ft'rearuJlII' winter residents, p f late model five paieen..r auto. friends over his latest accident. the United War Work, and which Receipts from Bullock In" serving a] delicious salad: ,
Kissimmee, and.sre .comfortably settledyfor Ask Bill 'Nelson, he know. With Mrs; ;U* H?Ongi-am; ,. 'Mrs. C. H. brought them not only three times BRIDGE CLUB. course'with hot chocolate. -
,the season at, the ,McCool Nelson Realty Co., State Bank Bldg.* Summers Mrs. D. G. Wagner and that sum, but established beyond controversy ''
The guest list included Mr "I: G. C. .;.
'j- 'Was eharmfnl'hoateli .,
residence "'on Emmett street :Mrs. S. H. Bullock a .
N. J. Maude Alice their .as entertainers
;1C. D. Todd, of East Orange, two 'daughters, Misses lasting renown afternoon of last Livingston Mr. Edgar'' Bryan, Miss,
Mr. and Mrs.:rf. Alwood; of Conneut ha. arrived in Kissimmee. to spend and 'Adah" motored to .Orlando Sun- on Thursday Mildred Tunrille :Mrs. Emmett.
,;'Ohiof .and W. B. 'Atwood, of some time. M!. 'Todd 'dropped.into day'afternoon,,for a few'bouts 'visit : The proceeds: from each ,of the attractions week,:entertaining;, the Bridge Club at Brown: Mrs. 'Charles, Canton. Jr.Mrs

Edinboro, ,P u, arrived {nC Kissimmee the Gazette office Wednesday>'*aay. with Mrs. Walter Coble a former active -, are tabulated below: her home'on.Clyde;:-avenue. decorated Howard; Katz Miss' Ines Canon; Mra., ,-e
r Monday to spend the. winter; They he had been receiving.the paper for member of the King's Daughters Receipts from peanut booth*_.? 6.08 The' rooms'were attractively Mrs..
'and: ferns Roy Chalker; Mrs. Edgar Oliver
bad been (tTecelvlnl'the several weeks'and" that'we could ''of the, Methodist -Sunday 'from lemonade booth, 6,25 wtb.potted palms
: now Class Receipts
stated they .; : I Claude 'Mn ..Claud;Harper,,. )Ira.;,
.flowers | .
,- GaMtte ',throuch the courtesy of the'' accomplished School.' Mrs-- Coble recovering. Receipts from, apple booth..:,... 4.6C and' weU-arranged;: ; Mr. P. C. Clifford.' Mrs.
commissioners.of Oeceola county,and i Its mission by inducing,, from an illness and! the minion of the Receipts' from confetti ........' 28.25 Five tables' of players! enjoyed the W. J. Sears, / '
BoiceMb ,
:Mn. W H. -
i... had become tattrested, in the city toneb him .to" come to.Kissimmee for the party visiting,her- Sunday i ,was to Receipt from Bingo, ._.?-'._. 7.0C, afternoon, Mrs. 'George' Harper making Marion Carson. and /Mrs.', 'H: c;
sal extent; .that hey had eJmel winter.- vHe also '..ia he was highly present her- with .flowers) as an' ex-} Receipt from Tootsie __...!: ,,8.55 e the! high 'score' for'' member' : of *. France. Bay \
pleased with"onr climate I -and city of the class. 1[Receipts from fortune teller. 2.68, the flubs _and-Mrs..,Eugene. Bryan Stanford,. .
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_ Seed Potatoes For, Spring. planting; December and January delivery) ;, 1
r R PRODUCTION OF ,CROPS I :, Highest. quality MAINE) grown. _

__u Write for,'Prices, giving quantity desired W. Ban die '

Certainly 'no one has done more this year. A great many farmer I. Spaoldi. No. 4 ROM, Irish Cobbler Early Red Boss TriojajA '

Choice Maine and Western Stocky patriotic work in helping to win the planted rice for the first time, and New Crop'Tarnip, Cabbage, Onioa 'Seeds aad Sets.-'' "

r : war than have the county and home report come that the yields generally We carry all the leading and standard variebes'of ''Seed'-that have been "

They have have been satisfactory,. and, in a tested and known to be best adapted to our soil and'climate. ,
: demonstration
tl : Spmilditig Rose No. 4 : been called to take the' I lead in great many instances more than Largest Crop Seed Oati,- Seed Rye, Seed, Wheat, Rape Vetch Barley, ;....
upon. enough for home use has been grown, English Peat Betas Etc. 'j
the various war'' 'work drives that The average yield per'acre of Irish Our "
Descriptive Catalogue FREE'onRequest: :
Red Bliss TriumphIrish : have been put on, and have respond potatoes this year was 98 bushels "r ; .J,

,u ed nobly. At the same time they were against 91 bushels last year. The BLUE RIBBON. .-, .... LAYING. MASH MAKES R."HENS t-t.L'Y!i....:....
Cobblers : asked .\\y encourage the production acreage' to this. crop was .Increased .. --..iTALW4' RYE. .J OR'' LAWN prR '::.R

: and conservation of more food and 35 per cent. .
: feed crops. An "here they,have not More velvet beans was planted the

seeSTind '' been found wanting. past season than ever- before, and
Order fertilizer early.
your : The'total' acreage in Cultivation in more of these are being' harvested in

Write us for prices and particulars.. : Florida this year'has increased 100%; the field by live stock than formerly '.

and this increase was largely due to The acreage was increased 10 per .

WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. : the work of'the county agents. In .cent. ..
: view of .the' great decrease! in farm The acreage to hay was Increased
Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizers" : help, this acreage is truly wonderful 4 per cent, and, a great part of .this OLDEST f

Jacksonville Fla. and 'demoonstra.tes the, spirit of 'pa has been saved .in splendid shape for TWMTC I ESTABUStlEO J !/ Nf ',

triotism! of our Florida farmers, who winter sate., And the acreage to peas WECKDrw.ccLif. I MOUSE IN FLORIDA' '
a .+00--0 OOHO+OO O ute H 0 UUUO..UO "OH. Uo-OH have worked as never before. A for grain purposes was increased 35 J l .

. __ _-.,__ .._. -- 'Pt -.' : great part of the increased acreagewas per cent. JACKSON VI LLEFL A.
planted to velvet beans and pea- Due in a measure of the coming of:

nuts, and are being harvested. by cat- the bol} weevil and to the effects of

tle and hogs, the county agent in advocating the .
The September report showed that production of more food and .feqtf

the meat hogs in. Florida had increased crops, the cotton acreage' in Floridawas

8 percent over the previous year. decreased 13 per cent this year. ,
And this number is. gradually In- The acreage heretoj 1'n planted rto|:

creasing. cotton was generally planted to cane, Best
w. The corn crop this year was Increased peanuts and forage crops. QualityM ,

16 per cent. The yield has (More 'syrup Is ,being made in Flor- "
probably not been as good in some 'da this fall than ever before, and the

sections: as in previous year, due farmers are receiving splendid pricesfor SEED POTATOES !r

a to ,unfavorable weather conditions, it. One report.come from Jack
but this has been no fault of the son county: thtt 'the farmers are 10-

county agent in urging the increased calving $1.25 per gallon retail'at the Grown from selected, stock in state of.Maine .
e acreage in this important crop, and mill where the syrup Is'mode.. '!
to the farmer in putting it in. And we must not overlook' the fact
{; The sweet potato acreage was Increased that a great many home vegetable Plant these dependable seed potatoes. ''BothSpaIdM .

10 per cent, with an. average gardens have been planted this year, ,
in..: Rose No. 4 and Red Bliss> varieties;; free from :
yield of 100 bushels to the acre. And not Cnly,by the farmers but by the
Asa the farmers are finding a ready mar- ity and town people as well. /The disease. Place orders :early,, for shipment direct r -

I ket for this crop at good prices. .county and farm demonstration Maine '
Taking the peanut crop as a whole, '.agents have certainly tried them- from at money-saving,: 'prices. .Good seed ...
How a Successful) Grower that to be harvested by livestock and .selves, and their efforts are'showing scarce; write at once'or wire. .'F.,:

that for grain, the average was increased results. .
to 19" per cent. The acreage ;' No food is allowed to go to waste. .

;; ;, Built Up His Grove planted to.pean ta for grain was In- 'The farmers' wives have learned to F. F. DUTTON, Incorporated

'. creased 264 per cent, and an average prepare just enough for one.meal,and ,
yield of around '34 .bushels per acre the home demonstration agents have Sanford Florida i j jrI 1
r : This customer-'has a particularly fine! citrus:! was made. shown them how to use all left overs. .'

.t : grove. Prom a small beginning years ago., he has An, increase of ..50. per cent .was' ,The garbage can is a' thing of: the ,
made .in the acreage planted to rice [>ast. .
,. gradually built up and added to his holdings until .. ,

today he has one of the best paying. properties. in _. BETTER FEEDS BETTER CATTLE .. troops and a let up in munition man- '., "JY" \

hia section. AND MORE OF BOTH ufacture.
,- The. Board urges that' systematic
,, His ,trees bear, heavily, and the fruit is well During 'the past few months "at dipping of cattle shall be commencednot

,', s, colored, deliciously flavored and juicy. Naturally least' 1500 cattle have been brought later than March lat, in order
l' .. into this i .State:.fromtTexta. :These that the work may be completed next
a he gets good prices for it and his account at the ittle will be largely for breeding year, and Osceola county can get released .-

.f; .bank Is a substantial and growing one. This purposes. A great many of them are from quarantine.

are bred and.,good grades, and It is expected. that the county commissioners ,
attributes his to the liberal
grower success chiefly '
some of'them' are registered. Most ,,, cattle oWners and others
.. 'UHot of them'went to' farmers in Alachua,
'" interested will told one or more conferences ::
I Duval, Clay, Volusia, Holmes Wal and organize the work for Ift

.. .. ton, .and Jackson counties, but some the dipping'' districts so that there
.t, ': " of them bought by farmers in
: ' "' "":' '} ;' were will be the least inconvenience to the '
il. '
':. 'l'A':Bfadley's.:, Bonel' "rI' other .counties. The: ) ,breeds mostly : ', .,', ':/
( . .. cattle owners and very little distur- ,','; '.' .'r't'. "
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( :. Aberdeen-An t tLAVE"YOU
.... I'" "" '('. & represent -Herefords Sanc of the cattle'on-the ranges !" 1 ,, ;:\
H , \r.. FertilizerThis ;i"',TF P gus"and' Shorthorns.,,, ;,a during the .dipping 1'>'' ',,''. ..w 1"'t. . :\ : '
season. :; ; .
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," .,<.'n', : ,..., .. ,,1':) ;,I ..'.,." ''''.,.t" ',- : .- The county agents and W. H.' The plan is to make .a free tick a.I" # ."
k Black, agent in animal husbandry, belt across the central section of EVER seen Lewis s 'i

'rich .citrus! 'fertilizer; furnishes the elements located at the' University of Florida Florida",4:taking in Brevard Osceola iwMachine_ Gun?-,)' >! aj',Flrl
i needed for healthful growth and heavy have greatly assisted in the placing Polk end Hillsborougih-counties. J '
.1 :yields of high grade fruit. It contains the needed of With these the cattle.eradication of the ticks Chamberlain' Cough Remedy -or a Browning Machine .Gun," ,a : ;,

4 plant foods in.their best and most available formedontains'ii the'outlook for the cattle industry in Do not imagine that because other torpedo, depth bomb, a hand ,gre-. _
Florida is very bright indeed. The medicines failed to node' a big 'mountain aun a 'gasmask . '
: : a filler other than a small amount of increased cough give you -.If z..t
,. number of cattle in the state .
relief that it will be the same with naval mine '
a ; an aeroplane"bomb -
\ .., It. magnesian powdered limestone. 3 per cent last year, and there ha Chamberlain's Cough' Remedy. BearIn I .. .
: '
I The increasing demand for Bradley's Fertilizer een a much greater increase this mind that from a small beginningthis ? h ,
year. remedy has gained world wide '. "
is the best proof that its use. insures good profits Florida farmers are not only grow- reputation and immense .sale. A Theit t'and a host of other war fea=: '

and .fruit of high' quality. Growers have found ing a better grade of cattle, but are. medicine must have exceptional mer- tures''juat'as'' big, will interest fair i '
for these
growing the feeds .
Ihatrlt also helps to make available to 'Insoluble if'to win esteem wherever it becomes
plants In Florida, as in other states, silage known.- I visitors this year.I" .

foods already in the soil Use this 100pereentemclent -. Has been found to be one of the best '... ,,, j***

fertilizer this year. feeds for winter .use, and a great AN EYE WITNESS TELLS OF Most of'then are to be shown under i
1 ... many.silos baa been built in the state :; '
during the put year.. direct 8UperTi5lon ofJ;thve Gdvernment -. : t
t' .. h" w 'Earl Smith, a soldier from '.Greensboro *- 'thousands< of square< feet'bf' ' a'

; :. .. Tea will find fa !ti worth knowing leour PREPAREDNESS.This ,. N. C., who has been fighting space being required t. display them.

?I '.r..n.w" Writ Illustrated for a fr book... copy."Cltrui Cul is the slogan of the wise man. with the expeditionary forces: in ..-.-..,T.,.. ..,- 'f''''_", ""w '''' '..' 1'1''' r
it ; Stock are continually exposed .to France, writing home to his mother \ !'.
,. .I .-. --... .- cuts, _wounds,, scratches, etc.. The gives the following account of a .1 :ydirwaflt to know"all< '"about1'tiu
.' man who I Is prepared has his healing horrible sight witnessed by his brother : I conditions{lindef'which,:YOtlR'BOY,;,, k

',Bradley': Fertilizer'Works remedy on hand to stop'all chancesof and himself, during ,a raid on the or your' neighbor's boy,"-is' fighting
Th.e.........Agricultural Chemical Compass blood poison. Farris' Healing 'German camp: ,
..:. '...0. Bradley'Local.. Muufo Remedy is Highly Antiseptic It iseconomical. "Dave and I both saw a place vldt"'the"blaWat'r1Exhl b'1 ?'at the' 4 r .
One 60e, bottle makes I PloildiSuite :Fair, Nov. 27th
920 Heard Buil'diorfJacksonville where the dead Germans were being Jacksonville A
11 $2.00 :worth of healing' oil or oint- cut upand: boiled. Now motheryouhave to Dec. 6th, and Fanner* National Gong,..*, Dee.'>' '
w I ter' Florida ment. Money refunded If you 'are 'have about and read about'suchas fed. to 6tb-1tKunIoA Rat*. oa All Una of Travel.oroW .1

1 j not satisfied. Waters & Carson Grocery "t ,
this In the papers, but seeing r is t {
believing, isn't it}' And when I tell

r+ ,; ,, you they were1 piled up in piles like t.
r AND BREVARD wood, and that, they had. a chopping
'. GROUPED IN TICK. FIGHT block to. cut them'up on,. and two (2)) i' .ii ? .
r"a ;f)>fI::: .J.W!; Hr
big pots or vats to boil them in, and t y
i. Contemplating Purchase
a Osceola county has that we saw the head and shoulders -Remember ". ''
terminAting'tbe'.1Ule of cattle ticks
in the potp befog boiled, ?
of one you
t 1'' That's right, but be sure The State '
1 by the end of next-year. 0.
d Would hardly believe it, but it is true.We' It is the OfficialGovernment .
L you know what you are buy Live Stock Sanitary Board held a ,, caught the old butcherasleep in

;, .' ing.! If you come to us we meeting last week to consider- condI- I bed; and his hands and apron was War
a tions each of the counties which Exhibit Put ,
I I Ii i will give you full information in loody, where he had'been cutting up # t on
RB have voted-for tick eradication, and Here ,
r dead
about the best real estate : some of the Germans.' You seethe .
P concluded to group Osceola county 'grease 4s' good for shoes and tooh'iinderetand'they sp peneflt r '
; I In the market in Ri.h' .
with ,Brevard County a* a working 'make ; " :
a hlrt-: explosive iai
4 simmee. It will pay.)'IOU to unit for"theconvenience of'the cattle of their;,own soldiersflesh.; ;(, ,

'' keep informed asto. our'of- owners,, ?. ?., , Can'you'undemtand' ;'why they: have I 'tf.
',i ''u No, compulsory. dipping1:of .'.cattleilKba .;;, 't,
ferln .. We have .several I existed as long.'as: 'they have and can '
cr ; enforced until\ nejct spring ,by ,. l'1 .
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good investments'' now. s.. \ ; you wonder ''Wb'they: are being beat4n. .1'-
'1 t n :a, : ;, whIch 'Jime",it"expected,that labor .' God is a just God and".will not -/- .,. '. .
'1 our properties before:fciiy- conditions will be' '/1 .. ..
1 .inaterJ ty' improved .. ,
-' "'" "" "' permit' such deed -continue. We "
'ing., , ; through Florida .. . ,
It" ; are' dwith! God's help we. I
' { '". : ; are going to win. I ; ....... .400 .,.._4 t .; '"
+ BREAKER REALTY COMPANY : Piles Cored ln"to'i'4 Days? VBroJStMfnRadnancy -. : *TUG' '* t cbhl f mtc ... oIda ': JOrIp ., '
isms i.P parUjrlai :od.a .
I '' KISSIMMEE; FLORIDA cm lichhis.BUad.BlM BS or PncradlDS FUM. A want_ad. Jn,, the Valley Gaxstte I MtersltsJItyM. >4 -j LAXA'AVEROM0' !.I'tr'' "
I rkhtostk blood. .. *
.. InoUBtlT nUmt lichlns . Thin .. only ..e __asa*,QIIaIMt" ... ..
.. >-- .. ,.. ... vosUal stoop slMf .lie Am awaUaooTpricoMft will rent your spars room' ,(_ .4......iBTltfontlB EOMt. Price .... s. .caovn...rawtaitA, ',,,,dr;,,. + '".'
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GET'.sL 1N'sM.; ve O. C, MAIN. UKORUfl "''AI,.. MuU: .
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,Of'Course.erIuHa, 1S S TO T8ERN COOPIIRATrVa .HOME FUR-. -
a'prlvata cor.noratlon
' to of Jefferson County, :Ala.; D. G. WAGNER

.all, .-,,,'. ahonld; be,6elpfnl-- YOUR PAIN: RELffiFn MRS.BRa H.HANNAH K.' MOROAN.1C ,MORGAN' widow, widow WILLIAM lM

but:. they? .,",. ,.. tile and. lands all persons. In the.claiming bill of complaint Interest In la |" Real Estate, 'and Insurance, Agency f'
; ,
""You'don't hate to rub It Into above this case named described respondents under any If 'any of the of ,

: t FAIR.FLORIDA, getkquldk Inn relief; comfort.. .., dents claiming the same ORDER Interest be deceased OF therein., or otherwise. Respon. . '. adieus Bank Building. Telephone No., 30. .

OROROB' MAIN Kissimroee Fla. "

Me* And Women Who, raw corporation of-Jeff.n....'County, Ala.i .,
Once taled& f Iton that stiff
Great Work To DoFour joint sore you've' muscle sciatic pain. rbu MRS.MRS. H. K. MORGAN-K.MOROAN., wldowjVIL. widow,-; E. A. $trout Farm Agency: maintaining big general office' i fa New ; ;

mats twinge, lame back, you 11 find LIAM W; WATSON and NAT POTNTZ. York. Philadelphia 'Bo.ton. Chicago, and. other cities for the COB- '; "
;, H, Indeed. Unless the (lasses little message for a warm, soothing relief you never, In ToG the are above hereby commanded to appear venience ;
entitled Court In the of home seekers. ,If you with to sell write'one once. ; "r
ar. accurately fitted and are of all the people of Florida. They thought a liniment could Produce. e above entitled cause on or before the

:+ .the exact strength In sphere 'or carry appeals to, the hearts Won't stain the sUn leaves no 11\.' W1-rrs80 December honorable, A.James n. lit:.. you pay no fees'of any kind unless we sell your .property. No charges ; ;
cylinder ,or aphero-cylinder aa as well aa for the best efforta wastes no time in .applying, aura to Per In.. Judge of the above Court for li.t .withdrawing or. advertising.We .
give-Quick results. A Urge bottto and my name as Clerk' thereof and the
a needed correct, the defect; they of"enI''ODe' la this wartime means economy.: Your own .or any seal of said Court at Klsslmmee. Flor, also represent tip New York Life Insurance Companyand

win be far from .lpr.l-tM win pertodeomething for aU to other druggist has (it. Get It today. AD.ida, .on 151 this$ the Sad day of October. the Ocean Accident and Health Insurance. ,

absolutely hurtful. 'T. :ret ,the do. J. I* OVERSTREET .'
a .These are tie messages Aa Clerk of the Above court
: RIGHT, you! must'' go to (Circuit Court Seal.) 4 1-1 ft.
that,the Florida State Fair e
aa',Dealtlst .f proved .bWt,.
Association sends to YOU.The IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE ,

-That'a- ,Ua"DL first one Is properlyr addressed SEVENTH JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT OF
.I. r 8. 8. SNYDER. Complainant. ,
''Oculist and Optician. .w .... O. C. MAIN OEOROH MAIN SOUTHERN

) 28 W; Church St. .' Orlando Fla. To 'Wom.n.A"ri. Children Of CHRISTIAN CHURCH COOPERATIVE HOME PURi Osceola Hardware Co.
America' CHASING COMPANY, a private corporation
10:00-Sunday School. of Jefferson County Ala;
ril Lee Jarre!) Over across theway, mil OG-SennoD.. MRS MRS. .HANNAH K. K. K. MORGAN widow .
lions of women"and children '
:45-Y.. P. S. C. E.
< -Just as"aweet and bright" and all persons claiming Interest In : Located Kisslmttiee's
eyed and loving "..''your own 7:30-:Sermon. the lands In the Bill of Complaint In on

Of fleet i 4 6. 6.l. and 7''"'CItttenaBaalc' I -are wasting' away for.'want'' Prayer meeting each Wednesday this above case named described respondents under any If any of the of BUSIEST CORNER .

of'food the same be deceased, or otherwiseclaiming
BulldlnjraUssImnies : evening at 7:30. L. A. S. each Thurs. .
Florida Woman and children of.America 1 dent: O'J'g ;.t.tOJh.PUBLICATION.' Rpunon- I x

day.Junior To all persons claiming Interest In the '
C. E. each Friday at 9:00a. lands below described under G. C.
DR. W. W. CARSON It Is your God-given duty m. it Main,-Oeortre Main Southern Coopera Edison Mazda LampS. ;
DENTIST to do aU you can to put an' tive Home Purchasing Company, a . ,
I Young Ladies' Circle meets each private corporation of Jefferson Coun
'Office over Pulley Building end to the deep misery of ty, Ala.; Mrs Hannah K. Morgan widow '
these oppressed .; : second Sunday.' : Mrs. H K. Morgan, widow; William The "'Wii.rd-d Menlo ; .
. OfHee Heurs :Park" hat. given, toD'the-tworJd he '" '
: ,1--11 1-* W. Watson olNat ,' If :won
C. W B. meets the first poynt.
;' ..hsK Oes Administered'PbC D. lit ResidencePaeae II. Your Falr-tbroub Its big '. any of the same be deceased. or otherwise derful system of lighting known ai -the EdilOn'Mazda Lights( \' ; r
w for BatraeUew hi .each month. .
food producing and food-ear- claiming Interest therein. Tour .
Teeth. .. Church Board meets first hereby commanded toappear In have just.reteived J a large invoice of these lamps and wi.lno. .have our" ; '
lug program-offers -one op.portunltT. Sunday : .'
above entitled Court
In above
the friends'test them and how'wonderful-they '
,, rea1iy.are..
r ' 'to do this, and'one afternoon each month. entitled cause on the Sth day of 'Jan , ) ) ) f ,
LEWIS,(TBRTANATTORNEYATLAW. shirk.. naryA; D. 1S1.. The lands In question ,---.I. .;
i Ton cannot You are .cordially invited, to, our. are The-South half of the Southeast .
t., 'lot's rill work together this service quarter of the Southwest quarter; and These cool days :'have .created; aft ''excellent 'd m-: d'for 'stoves; r 1 y

''year-we can do ao much' "n.. Coleman Lot the 1 South half of Lot S of Section I. and .n things that to home''comfortabte. t I
# Waxing Building. .31-tf. W. Pastor. and the'Northeast quarter of the stoyepipe go make'thf Wet
snore by working together. Northwest quarter of Section I: all In handle fine line of healers; both the shett iron' nd.the iron' ."
t'n 1. .R.. ua1t1.., Township It South. Range !. East ol ; :
Op :
< o come only once
' Furnished the Tallahassee -MeHdlaa.; located InOeeeola. kinds. If .need. 'this kind of goods let usservlrou."'r": +
'' you anlung1u
. I'MaD.toa' ..J. Oaire' for humanity's sake don'tturn FOR : flat with County .Florida.1' WITNESS .: . ,-> <. . . i . *. i .
JOHNSTON' 4 GARRETT ;your book on this one., modern improvements. W. B. Harris?., the .Honorable James W. Perkins. :
: Judge of the above Court and ' :
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ATTORNEY-AT-LAW " Gazette,office. 14-tf name as Clerk; thereof and the Seal of We have many' kinds of f rocking chairs.. No thing';equals' them \ r

"''t Pffleea 10. 11 and n'CMt*. .Baa, .World', Faces LIv.' Stock tn said 1; .-Court the., Ind.,at day Klsslmraee., ,,of. October., .Florida,, ,A., on t>. to rest our weary bones in after-a hard days work. Everybody,needs:none '
".*' Famine 1. ' and supply' them. We invite.. inspection '
1:..,4 Bulldlnr r.LtGAta4ADVERTISEMENTSNOT.CIII: 'J.--L. OVBRSTREHT we. can ,
=3ael.._ .,... 0T The world faces ) A. Clerk'of the Above Court. .I
:m; atock famine",; of such biagni- (Circuit Court SeaL) ..-.t. !

tude that ;you and I simply ) OF PUBLICATION. IN CIRCUIT COURT STATE Of Keep always in 'mind that we,.handle, a full. line of Furniture
... '
P y Tt :.tIb. Lted.r.U FLORIDA and Hardware.- '
cannot comprehend It.4 *? .
." B. IJia Jf Of a;.t ",..t.. ......k1 1-\0; Ce.b. ..- -' .
Where are the.hundreds ofmillions G..U. Fa. -
: : lr .N.y_.". .... 1518 "Is-Ob..eery. -"-, $!
T HBSOJJ8 I L ,In. war-torn Europe .
.and'Asta to( 'cet' meat to' eat Notice la * given tbat James A. Annie James Sloan B.'OavlsJomplalnant Boswell. Sarah F. ,Bos v*. WHAT.OUR. OFFICE DOG'THINKS ;
hllnnlck, of LouRhman Fla., who,
where to on well.and William t
I are they get Boswell. Defendants. -
January It 1 16. made Homestead '
SELLS ") .horses and cattle to till the Entry.lection 7 No., OlitlS.. for 8WK, of SJ 'I4. to It the appearing-bill Hied In the-above stated cause: : 1' William II. did not lead his brave army
Township 26 ,
8 Rnnire S7 E
soil and harvestthe that Annie Sloan Boswell-
help" Sarah
Tallahaasee F. in their last '
Meridian has filed notice Boswell and William Boswell. the de fight and go down to defeat
crops? .f ''Intention to make Three-year Proof, .
h i o'establtsh claim tothe land above fendants therein named are non-ra.l- with them as*Napoleon 'did. but be left
Fire Life Accident and 'The duty'of America la described before Clerk Circuit Court dents of the State of Florida, and that them in their hour of trial! abandoned
1 ,] theirplace of residence sore
Is unknown
plain- **!
) we must help' plug at Klsslmmee Fie. ,, on the.11th. day .of and, that they .' a
December. I.f8. -J: areover the age -of his sick wife and .cooted
, that by getting Into the : acrossthe
twenty-one years; It is therefore or-
Health, PlateGlass.: Liability lire stock business more deeply Claimant noock names Loughman-witnesses, Fla.: dered that said nonresident defendants .. e ', border into Holland to save' his precious '

I I Pope, LoUKhman, Fla. beand they hereby required toappear who '
ourselves hide. He retent'y'poaed
and Boiler Insurance. ; E. B.. Havens,_ tothe bill of filed 1ti to
; That's why we" are' offerIng I C. L. Heath ouKhman I.oulfbmanL.Fla.BOBT. Fla.. Ind In said day cause of December-A.on or before D.Monday ills .'otherwise the I :as one of the mighty, ones,. has proven i

,Legal Bonds Executed suck ''big- cash premiums "67-.t. W, PAVIS.RegI.ter.NOTICE the allegations ol said bill will- ______ to be very common. clay- -and yellow
f for-the,' best stock exhibited be taken, aa confessed, by said, defendants ioT Aolds''. ,atoffl fAR *clay at that I I-could never whip the

this )'ear--tt'. merely put:.!way OF MASTER'S SALE, ..II f.'further erdered '
Sam*Day Needed. --< '" that this or conimoA dbtffoof fwy tfteigHborhood if I were no braver th a'he.Osceola .
-3 : der be .
"Vofjgetttag every one more IA'terested published once a week for elghtconsecutive
Notice Is herebY' given that under weeks In the Valley Oas-
In-livestock raising.Tot' .- and by virtue of final decree of foreclosure ettv a newspaper< published In said
I : humanity's sake, let'sdo : Issued out of and under the .County. and State.
tEJ: Stall Bak BnlHiig seal of the Circuit Court of the Seventh TWs Sri day of October,' lily:
'.. . Something! Judicial Circuit of the State of Flori 3,OVER8TREET ,
America Must Supply Food I da. In and for Osceola County. In Circuit Hardware Co.
Bi AHL.BuLLocic.
Chancery SluingIn- a certain. causetherein S.. D'eo. if-e.NOTICE .
'Food-more food-and still I pending; wherein-8. I... Lupfer

' n' .more"food-In-all history the and and.J.W. F.-Williams B. Crawford.and ar.Complainants Beulah Wll- OF ADMINISTRATOR. ,. ., .... ,-. R .
. world never faced such need. lams are Respondents, the undersigned (Per Flaal. DI.........) .

for food sell as at Special.public.>Master outcry In during Chancery the legal will. I. C*.rt' ..peeatr- -. ..... -State .f t
' Director It is vitally necessary forAmens hour. of sale before the Court House 'rierlee. ( "
E" ;jW Wno AnTbody Adverti i"1\.tr "Wi t/i'"fa' lae CawtU
to do everything It door In the City of Klsslmmee of said ,- . ))1' / ,
; to Increase the County of Osceola and State of FlorU I. re Estate .f Jaws M,. ,...CJe, J
I: < k ,' : "& possibly can d.. on Monday th. *th day of January 018' c..t)".
AND International food supply. A. D., 1118. the following described Notice Is hereby given, to all whom
Else millions must real estate situate. In said It may. concern that on the 10th day r
more Osceola County Florida: of .. Ut., I shall to
LICENSED EMBALMER succumb to the relentless nv.ages' Lots B and 11. block 0; lot. I and I the Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judge of ,
i of 'hunger'In'war-swept block 101 lot ; lots I, S, 1, said Court as 'Judge of Probate, for Bank
, 11 and- IS, blockITlot.; > and-10, final; :/a as Administratrix. ol : a'
t Europe-and those, who are block 1*; lot. 4. 10 ad 11. block tit; the James W. Prentla, 4 ,
8tora and Chapel, 'Stewart Are suffering the most are the women lots--1 and 4 to 1$, lac.of block tt; ceneed-and that atthe -sam.time I .
lots ,.to 11, Inc., block 14: lots S to 10 will present to said court my final accounts .. '
=b.lmal.o Via. land children, the old Inc. block SBr lots 4to IS, Inc., block as Administratrix of said. esi itate..and . 4 .?
men and the unfit who have IS; lots 1 to It Inc., less lot 1*, block ask for.their,.approval. '. '* r 'of KissimmeeThe .
11; lots 1 to ii: Inc., block U; lots 4 Dated'September, ,, 17, A. D. 118 .,
not keen able, to play.a 10... to 11 ins, block S>: all block SO, and ; MARY J.'PRJ NTUI. , '
r part In the trenches., Iti: all lots S to IS, inc. block St: lotsI o-a-m-f-l-mo.. Adlmnlstratlz.: i
M. TILLER to IS. Inc.- block 14: jots S to 9 Inc., :
Your Fair Is pointing the block lit all blocks 16. 17. 56. It. 48, NOTICE or AbMINISTMATOR of tHe world
: way to greater, efficiency In U. 10 and SI, In flection It. Township FINAL DISCHAMGB.- I eyes.
IteaI1 Estate Agency. and saving and 10 South Rang. 11 East." of,the town In Court of County Judge, State of :,
raising of Whlttter according to corrected Florida, O.ceo1&CouQtlaa re '$. ... ,
..m%-mm m\-- *w *m I WReaIt7 with Jour-ald-w. map of said town flied In the offlce of tate of D. C..Lee. , ,..
: bought k- the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Os- Notice la hereby glventO all whom It' r rM
; and Infinite good. ceola County Florida,'on the 4th dayof may concern that oa the 4tb dar of the who
V. Houses rented. February '1916, and ,recorded In February A. D. UU. I shall to. are on man
Book '"B," of Plats page.IS. the Honorable" T>M.i Murphy Judge of ,
.:. Taxes paid and Titles verified ,M'u.i Use Machine Power Tern., of Sale Cash laid Court, aa Judge of Probate, for my 1'" I ..
Dated Florida, Nov.. tl.mi. .. .
Klsslmmee. flnal discharge Administratrix:: of the _
brponresidenU.fjstor . More 6JOHN >-4t estate of'D. C.,Lee, deceased, ahd that ;
Life'' and' Accident laurance. -, There ,Is, only one. way of S.' CADEU at the same time I will present to said
Special Master In Chancery.
CoUrt my final accounts as Administratrix \
I .' ,. ,*. VIndemnity producing enough food to supply :: of said estate and uk'for Lheirap-. .
) our own 'wants, and feed IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE provaL "
f Bonds SEVENTH- JUDICIAL>CIRCUIT OF ,,, Died July S8th.'A. "D. 'Ills,' 'AV' "E' 5 t
I . the'hungry In Europe until THE.STATE .OK FLORIDA IN AND FLORA B.. .LEE,Administratrix. ."t-r, .
j,"" .. ................ ... .... they are;- able lot>. 'to care for-themselves - FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. IN CHAN- H-lem-fimo- .. .-;-'-

"1o''KIDXXQSS AM1UCO TOOTH PASTE 'The men of America who ..OO.O..t.. O, ... .OO..O OO..OOO..OO..O..O ..

-: .'An antiseptic'refreshing'psustethatleaves till the soil must use their
a delightful tter-ta$te* Cleanse hands less. -and machine power -

t i .namel.-* the--The teeth anttsepticr without properties'injuring I tile aid .more,.put,pap, of Iran fingered Tax! ; Notice I PAUSE for'a moment, ,young man,
,, laborers at uponfarmta.ksl
teeth arid
1 .1111 keeping the gnma.ina '
give-a- self. The
. O
,;: i healthy condition: This and more than : of 'every kind ,

;' 'ova hundred other.Red Croaa Remedies ,and multiply ,the, farm labor ,, ,
and Toilet Preparation eold and goarmnteed ..1'1'11'' .. hundred fold'by con- problems, 'thatconfront'you: now, or } .

v only by ; .crlptiOIL" 'of'that great army that, Notice is that the will a few hence. '
CENTRAL DRUG1 STORE of, steel .farm..bands hereby given : years

{f"-J awaits the call to arms J

.. Our farm' machinery show Tax Books of Osceola County will I : Look aJ HHat yon-Ik* men'.':affair !. coutay. stale, .aII__

la' the machine power recruit- yet, in the world are the ... ''..... started t. MT early. U ufa.Tliejr .

: Ing-station.the only of all,place this community where' bet open"' for' collection on November jj .hart,-." .tbo're5ped sad ceofidrac ol tke:,ceautaairv., .

types and models of farm f ff
: new -
1 Il4QIkQf .machinery-can be .,compared firsts: I 'am'' now ready to furnish tax Tkea look oa tka otkar aide.... &. Mows ... .,... aO tktyaaake

and the, new" steel workmeDDeeded -tker may kav* a good time.. foe.a wkO, bit wkat doe tkajr; i
to Increase 'our 3 nflact ,s"A .
r Baod'! 'w ..!J41f a.MI ,f!" ,yields! can be.'found.,: -', .crop .. estimates. In, writing about, takes ali sWays .penamaJUjr. ." !Ii.

debar ... M deperfted tli* baal will,be Uie' :.

). 'Make' thrift your,by-word.-"' i :give a complete description of \ .- ; ..d..* .! ..* keaorablav, fadepesidaat career..

? :19144.TEBTH. ': ; Hak. yaw :befiuiac ,..ew-taday. Y,..r ,I bask .

:. ,'-.' .: ,A-Te ol6 [.Laxative :,*your *property and enclose postage i( : : .k" .ok wiD pan tk. wa,. '". .,.-.*. i
: ; '
p .. '
'. .- .... ., __ Out will remove the MM fr aI"tJa* USe'S Asle.n. : alas. .*;
: I v ,
th.8ysl.m THOROOGIILY ,- -' f
cent r 'f- '
Ailiscount <
of 2 : .
", or UKatbiD4 lM.elam ca.,Is.tnl? !o FeriMt'l::.. :!f foirreply.: .per. .: : R.s..reee'.nr._-.-.-......--._....._... :,, ,

:; 4:OL"to. ;'.FA.L5B WE.BUi': I AntLAX4 Callable\wrniIstaeaameefa and.P Vtttoc PsiR tantfve, "will' be'lI owed'oi! ri.aU/ taxes paid durutg1'the 'i "Gi.. tkasdn to tkt.I..rd aid your t Ornatry far tkOffk krJ s '"'

')n:WsE J'.1.tro.tal.t+.0;<..J:8I.OPPeri : watch MOO nitons Mek IUsil..rha..pUtla .ia8tMMeBi ; 1" 'J, by 'DaritW! 3t,3._Ibis'..sibs" i: r' :=''? L' :
fro bk. CM _Pu.osus.dh : i dionth'oFNovember M
! broke)( : acTOOnt a Uc.. p a Alwsyst..awtittt'sPnxtj' : r> ... Dinctent' '. .' ,

*. t'nlu."fo( .:DIamODcIa"Jo14.Jqo1d, titIP.! ; !IIt .1 : tJ.h '.It : CARSON : :
04. C. A. Prestdemt M. KATZ and E. '
; nf . c"L: BANDY; . T-P.
: llver'am4\: : clp-iork.J.Sea4.? :.see byPaICS1'pofit ceiri I cub .-'. 1selm ice a. the w. TOMAS 'e.
v' :. : r taste ala-u.. h 4 .". Tax-collector.- N. B. CARSON -AICC, BRTAN,. Id..KATZ. ,
, 'maD. ,.. if' ' iN: :Athllt.rl'Npesty. ; A ," -, A.' .
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.. eb. .4a41 J. WADB TCCKEB,'WreetoraJ
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I and Sec Our 'Line= Of Toys .


; r DOLLAR LIMIT STORE, G. W. Persons Company .

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we are glad to note that several hun- NO MORE SUGAR ORDERS. I
ST. CLOUD dred boxes of the delicious I ... '
oranges Orlando, Fla., 12:40 p. m., Nov 29, '
and grapefruit have been shipped
Mrs. Dora Holllngsworth and two 1918.
t children of Winter Haven; were the from,.cur locality this season. Milton Pledger, Kissimmeo Fla. .,-.
This section was visited by a heavy .
i of her sister I. Smith Effective December first no sugar .
guests ,. !-Ir. ; ,
Carolina last .Friday rainfall 'on Tuesday which lasted almost certificates of any class 'will be Issued -" - .'
1 ; on avenue on the entire day which will be .' Manufacturers all classes. I
and Saturday quite a benefit to the farmers in thislocality All dealers purchase'full ..
Mr. Joseph McGrew arrived ,(last '' may re- J,
as the weather. has been quirements. Householders hotels,
Thursday from Indiana, and U a
quite dry.Several.
and restaurants ale requested to adhere -
guest at the Bonair ,House. . .
of our citizens who were to pounds capita ,
.fO'ur. per per
t Mr. and Mrs..I. Smith and children I at Kissimmee. Tuesday report a month., Jobbers and retailers in THE' UNIVERSALJCAH,.. .4, '.
motored to Fort Meade on Saturday' hard rain at that place. Florida; have reasonable supply ",T, .
returning here Sunday.Mr. I Our news seems rather brief just therefore situation in each,county l
McClay, ,1M4 Dt?. Rails, and I at present but we are glad to' state' must be handled by county food ad
Fred B. Kenney. were at Klssimmee that Orange Center is still on the ministrator. You are authorized to '
1 ( on Wednesday attending court. map, and we hope to make a good; continue consumers individual 'receipts ANNOUNCEMENT !
'. f. The Carver place on' Mihsissippi report in the near future. to merchants if deemed necessary "

avenue has been-old to Mr. Rogers. your county; otherwise discon "L. ,
Mr. and Mrs. William Moore have FLYERS ON OFFICIAL, TRIP i tinue. Suggest conference with ..
'eturned'from Salem, Ind., and are at LAND AT KISSIMMEE I merchants;. arrange to protect sup- A
their usual residence.Mr. '. ply for homes rfi3 enting, places. J
4 G. S. Walker arrived Tuesday (CO'J\t1nuedr;;;;;Fago One) i Reference to heavy sales' to manufacturers -

U.! t evening from Cambridge, Mass., and for Amerlcus Ga. j>gTifation as to margin of The victory of our boys, "Over There"makes
Is at the New ($Cloud' Hotel There e three in the 'formation .
a guest were planes -I profits remains in full force.' Give
r for the y.inter.William of the--Curtis typ tvthree pilots this all publicity, poslbl possible the, resumption of ;the
Hall and wife who have two mechanics and.a. photographer BEACHAM.
f, ,h been spending the summer".'Maple- Lieutenant Stackpole is in In 'view of the above the order manufacture of the UNIVERSAL CAR. '

Ion, Minn., arrived home Wednesday command of the trip, accompanied by heretofore made by me regarding ,.,
eve nlg.. Lieutenants C. D. Stocking and"II. C. signed orders foe purchases, is here Prospective purchasers' should place their ?
t't ,Mr. ,P.' D. Marine moved his pharmacy -. Moore; The enlisted men were Master by' revoked. *".

Wednesday to the new Farris Signal Electrician Swinyard, Sergeant MILTON PLEDGER, orders now for early delivery. Come in "
building on New York avenue. C. B. Stockbridge and Ser- County Food Administrator.WELFARE .
*? Thomas 'L. Comer has purchased. geant G. F. Schwitzgebel the official
and talk the over write usand
r: i the,residence'of ;:Mrs. Mary Kent:on photographer.The INSTITUTE HERE matter or ,

ar ,Dakota> avenue. government has ordered these DECEMBER 9, 10 AND 11 '
*, Mrs. 'Joe; ': Sears' and ,Miss Maude cross: country trips throughout the our representative will call; terms can" be: .. # : y'arranged

Tkjomason, of Kissimmee, were St; United States to gather information Mrs. H. W. Grady, the advance
'' M Cloud wier..on Friday last. for the Navagatton branch of the agent for the well known lecturer if desired. One-Ton Trucks'for

K Uncle Josh Ferguson was a bust- training section, for the seeking out Dr. (Mrs.) M. M. Varney, visited

Teas caller at Kissimmee Tuesday. 4, of air lanes, with special reference to Kissimmee this week and made defi- immediate deliver ', Touring Cars and I I ;': '\' .:
w t Mrs. Grady, of Kissinunee, the W. gaining' data of navigation! laws of nite arrangements for a welfare In' .. ; "
r t + w C. T.;'U. workerewas in the city: Sat- reckoning points of navngable country stitute to be held on the *tb, ,,10th Roadsters 'within thirty days I I "' till

+ vrdaylast., ,and to 'ascertain the landing and 11th of December, at. the. Hurt. I : i
t f ,Lightning struck the,house of John fields. Memorial.At -
e' >f f Padgett Tuesday, and,stunned. boy Before beginning this official tripa that time Dr. Varney will speakon Our special<<; shop. equipment) and ,stock :

in lay the name,. of Richards., party was sent out to locate adequate various phases of civil welfare, '
hi y 4 'W.,.O. 'Abbott; of Douglas, Arizona,I landing.. fields all along' the "better babies" social and civic: improvement FORD parts is- complete, and I j"of..genulne
arrived here last week'and is a guest route and to eliminate as far as pos- Just the problems that I
lflftl1 at. the Bonair House. sible the dangers of the undertaking. present themselves to the women all .repair work guaranteed.
| Rev, Wm; Gemm1U'and daughter, Lieutenant Stackpqle :who has the who have the better lent (of their ,<.
i Miss' L. K. G'emmill'and Miss Jennie honor to command.the, first flight, community heart.
TV Moore, from, Millville Pa.,arrived left Dory Field Wednesday afternoonand During-. Mrs, Grady's visit she interested ACCESSORIES MOBILE OILS SU.PPLIES'
here last Thursday and are. located iif exactly one, hour and fifteen a number of prominent ladies -
f>n Eleventh street. minutes had landed his ships in. the In' the, project that they sib-
L. y.Zimmerman was a businessraller'at I field at Kissimmee, where the party scribed as patrons of the Institute.In tri
; ,j, .. Tuesday. : spent the night. The official route this way the lectures will be free OSCEOLA MOTOR COMPANY '

W'T.,;'Angel. motored*', .. ,to OrlandoTuesday. scheduled stops at Kissimmee Sanford to the public. and it is hoped that'
.' ' "' ,' Palatko, Jacksonville, Lake great good will result from,>> the -
; Mr. George Hallett of Los. Angeles .
City Tallahassee Moultry, Ga.; Al- course.
w'1, s 'Calif. among the late arivals and bany,. Ga.; and Southfield near Americus Dr. Varney is a powerful speaker, AUTHORIZED FORD AGENTS ,
I ; is'a guest,at the Bonair,House.. Ga., their distination. The one who has a message to deliver and
1 i Ira C. Ford ,has sold'his property distance reckoned by air lanes is approximately she clothes her thoughts in choicest 3 7.9 Broadway, ,Kissimmee >l
In Dogs Adition to Mr. Rawlins. 400 miles. The party language. C I.

'1' art under orders to reduce the air She is considered one of the greatest ; HOOD TIRES FISK TIRES rl'p.1
acrobatics to a minimum during this, women speakers on the lecture .' I ;
r ORANGE CENTER trip and start on their return trip the platferm. :,!
day following their arrival at Amer- During Mrs; Grady's stay in Kis .
Hire: Lester who has been
r :1i
cus. simmee she visited a number of the
trick for the past few"weeks
This cross country ,flight will do prominent women of the city to ex- ;
much in
s improved health at this
much to demonstrate to the public plain the object of the Institute, and .
writing, and, her many friends hope generally what the air service is secure their co-operation. Among fer, Mrs. G. W.Best, Mrs. T.J. Burck- which could add to the pleasure of
,. 'lor a speedy recovery. capable: of and will establish: Its value: hose: 'who enrolled as patronsand halter, Mrs.J.A. Blackwell, Mrs.. Gay their guests, and the secene was typical
c 'Mr.' Ivon ,Maddbx who has been to' the commercial world and its right, who subscribed toward the expenseof Livingston, Miss Louise Thomason of Florida. The balmy'' night air The
quite sick( for: the past few days, Isnow for a permanent place In\ the Industrial -' the Institute' making it possibleto Mrs. C. A. Carson, Jr., Mrs. S. H. came'in, through :the open windows Hotel ..
convalescent. and we hope to see development of this nation. provide free admission to all sessions Bullock Mrs. W. B. Maklnson, Miss ,Tanning a gay carefree people, who
him. about in a few days. were: Mrs. E. J.. Lupfer Mrs.J. Elizabeth Donegan Mrs... Lewis kept time to 'the exquisite orchestra "MRS.'L' ROSE, Pro rl.treSl. ''
The,orange, picking has just beenfinished Do not forget the Kisslmmee Valley Wesley Brown Mrs. J. Z, Rober- O'Bryan and Mrs. J. Wade Tucker. music; the perfumes of roses; the
at the Sand Lake grove, and Gazette1 office 'does fine printing., son. Miss Ruth Clark, Mrs. S. L. Lup- gleam:'of light and color and best tall --

< .- GRAYSTONE OPENING the warm hospitality of the South
PRONOUNCED SUCCESSThe will linger long in the memO'ry' Located One Block From. .
( '
the guests.
Gray stone ,Hotel fittingly observed the Station
. : J. Delicious fruit punch and a coolingIce
w, i ., Thanksgiving with a format course was served throughout the Winter visitors will find
opening, to the public which included -
,, ', "! an elaborate dinner followedIn evening. our accommodations J ,
I Quite a military note was added
+ '
\ the evening with a general reception -.
to the event dozen air fortable and
"' "\ by a or more homelike: f
:.. ; ? and dance. Carlstrom .
t men from Field, their"khaki"

: : ::" i' ., : ,: Years' : and Kissimmee,The was dinner attended and was out served by of town the'people at guests o'clock as of pretty Parties costumes making from a of Orlando fine the contrast ladies. to Other the -- -

; In A Few I and Rates

: s : with well. spotless The tables linen:and were sparkling daintly laid silver nearby which numbered towns swelled more than the 200.crowd Reasonable l :J:', ..

.j and were ,decorated with long The opening celebration was a .Jj,-
pronounced I
your daughter now a young mica, will have stemmed roses and ferns. The viands I
success, and the management J Jening. A
an e ..
was 'attractive feature-of th
: ,ev
served and Vlctro- :
charge of a home of her own. were faultlessly a is- to be congratulated on the auspicious ?- : ,."
tr la rendered well selected ,
a prO'gram.The
l Every woman, in addition to her household capabilities should reception and dance was a beginning of what promises to Enjoying this outing ,werej 'MU.< '
be one\ Of the most prosperous seasons Helen Bass, Gra, Rut '
f have brilliant Belle Lee, of Gilbert ,
affair. Mrs.
amount of business '
1, a knowledge. '
In the of
the ,
history Graystone.
Baltimore who is spending sometime Whidden, Nellie Malone, Ouida Mal:, ...
,;1" J Paying all household expenses by check is, in itself an education : ; here, looking, after' her grove loy, Muriel Frantic, PICNIC SUPPER.The Jeanette 'Prevatt
: ,, in business methods and saves time, trouhIe'aDd interests and who is domiciled at the Claire Hathiray"y'Joanna
1 g worry.. IS r Graystone and. Mrs.'S.;II.:.Bullock,, of class studying' telegraphy. un- :Malloy;'Mrs. B. M.:Hall,MfV**
i .. _, t Start a Bank account for that daughter ,now and"she will .be Kistfmmee who:ils',pfrominemt and der the office force 'at the Western H. W. Gandy, Mrs. Gv M.< Sherousey? "*

= .better'.fitted for that. time when she will direct the affairs in her own. ."': ;: popular 'in social 'circles, were 'hostesses Union' and ride'the few friends, enjoyed.a Theodore Messrs. Walter Pierce Bass, Roy, W..Brink c.P w.Utr'rnd j
. receiving the guests with pleasant country'home < "
of home. .
o s , r ra 1 charming hospitality., Both ladies C., S. Crowder, ,Friday night; :and Proulx, ... Crowder';. '. .. ,'
were ,beautifully: gowned., spent the evenlnar'with merry. games '
,In,the',spacious,living rooms.where round' a: blasting" bonfire '1 Robt. Bowbottiairi. of. ;M4ryevllleV; :
-i Citizens Bank 1 card'tables were"arranged, 'an.:.artistic The ',event was In honor 'of:'Mr. 0., arrived In' Kissimmeo Wednesday'' *}'"
nntaa anatua wss.; bank of. potted plants ,and other Crowder and family,:who' are leaving to'spend"the winter.'and is quartered"ae'usual' .
,greenery marked the Are place and soon for "their: new homein Manatee at the Osceola Hotels"-

,. OF KISSIMMEE.Tfe !mantle. This"was ,centered with one county. is 'his 8th'winter in Klssi meefaA'he
. Of i 'J I' ssvu>snr rsta.WnTEDsJTATE* Joo spot' of"brilliant eO'lor.twhen: firey :A picnic supper; which, Includedchicken "" san he\ will continue ''to\:eotmf'AI
.a' t '".- .' ; bank>> with tie ability sad wffliuf GOVERNMENT :poinsettia was grouped, ;;No:,'detail pilleau chicken 'fried, ''sand I long'ae*:can'travel.; : 'H.'irii'i80th : ,

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