Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 6, 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: VID00884
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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F STATE"fAIR ,Lieutenant, Makmson,'.a bet. 'l 1 3f.'1918, : '

; LIVESTOCK AT 1. ; ., I. S' FOR JAN. EXfHMT,. ; {

The day 'was past'.thr battle woa.,. .; .- t. .. *
i. 'The Osceola stock-exhibit attracted heifer weighing. 67S pounds and a The roli was called l at ,cr'-af .ua|; \ ;The' officials' of the Osceola.County: last. 'week that I had accepted ,'t1mposition

'considerable attention. at the Florida'State 200 pound calf from the-Angus breed.A . Ja ,twilight'dim; with. ; Fatr,..uodatlob met. today wjthvPatJohnston of manager,of the event,. 1.
.- Fair, at Jacksonville and was fine speoiman of .Indian Brahma T Red< County Demonstrator! bad.been asked to take charge: ,of then! .:
his bar
the 'subject of. much favorable' com- got excited when he reached"the,city spoke name;. t"prajhe Ja vena\V>,'map" out the general plan stock exhibit and I did not know that

'm.nt.It was ihe intention of the' exhibitors and started out to:.fight everybody insight the for, the anritial county fair which has \ ,had the honor of an appointment;
efter'their: stock not' 'as as they,were driving himfrom Beyond liivs. ..mid..aLot [ ; beeOieflntely'aettled) l for January,to a* manager,=?, Mr.. 3. L. Lupfsty'
%abow.cattle but rather aa an ducaF' the train to,the pens, Intact )he.nearly They found him where ha bravely Jelly . eJi iOMe'Wth the meting of the State president ,,of the asociatlon. laughed.
'"':fcianal feature to advertise"what Is be. I broke up the fair and the! -management The roll of those' who do pnd dan, ::. Live-Stick. Asociation; which acceptd c when 'the",.conversation was repeated

;'lojg:.done on the open ranges of this requested Mr. Johnston to send Behold it'now, his name is Ihere. the Invitation from Kisimme last to', hint 'and remarked that the ofiUSiuls

: 't atJ, without feed* him home-.but he was roped and! tipd fERVIN.S. yar'; to hold the 1919 Mailon here thought they would break' th9news

RaW>>? ?nd Robert Page ofr'Edgewater till morning when he returned"to hisusual .HALL. Kitsimmee. Ha.i .. 'F in', have been' generally :'dlaconcontlnuedall 'to .Mr. Johnston gently and an-s;,:
; Farms management p acea.ble'dllpolitlon". and was. -i I. : ; over the country but nouns If to the ,public! then' consult ,
represented Osceola county, allowed to remain. wittnN. \'WVaf+" clouds scattered and him 'afterwards. Every one. seemedto
grouped their stock under this title, The Edirewater Farms--shipped ,,,12 -- ---- -- -- the 'pn<}began to -ahlne oh a, freewc.ywAtVre feel that should'.Mr.'Johnston take
t 'Ran *- cattle from Osceola county," head of stock to the fair from their ; 'seemed to be'"no reason I hold of fhe fair Its success would be ...

and beneath this was' the legend, "We Shorthorn) and -Anguj' breeds. One f HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB why M/I county :could not hold 'a. assured fight then., While* no 'one)

have voted for cattle tick eradication. Shorthorn cow with several yearlingsand three"d.y"fall'" ;and..tock..xhibl\d Jnfact. \! Vnaw better,.than ,Mat; Johnston ,the
." ; calves was a' fine exhibit,,and -a l I It..alrnost l .seemed,a duty Just .a* difficulties: that beset the path'' of a,
,Mr. Johnston' pens were 24 head, collection of Angus; including a bull we are/.enterjng1 the reconstructionera : manager of 'county. fairs'there seem
specimens from, his Indian Brahma, cows and calves were exceptionally HOLD FIRST MEETING MONDAY I 'to-'encourage crop production and to be no Indication. of his -fchownlg- 1

Aberdeen-tAngus. Short Horns, and good. In' fact one' calf weighing ; ,the stock.' 'industry in .every way pos, the white feather He will be ably, a*.'

scrub cows, with grade calves. One about 400, pounds would have, been' . sibla''he4jrr. ; slated-by County Demonstrator Jay r 1 i
of these, cows weighing 'some' 480 ; hard to ,beat anywhere. i Johnston, was approach ens, who is In tough with the agricultural
pounds, were.,..hwq.with' her June Taken as, a' whole the..lIbiblt: lava The :Home! Demonstration ,.Club, the i4ea: was abandoned.. loin.- Bu eat *.'*.f representative, : of the.Gazette developments. of.tb'-.coun'T, and':
c & which tipped the scales at 860 credit;.to heTcounty, and'sbbuld do winch' Was,:organited at 'the' close' ef lock-has; appointed next: Monday ,for and asked as-to:hfs, general plan for; as the, 'date for this fair will come. ore _
rinds cow ,weighing' toward "promoting the cattle ? short the.initial meeting, which will be held tbeeir 1 .na'iaidj; "ItiVae.: .' '
,p ;, and ,another : ; much< the housekeepers wane, con '. ,'. ; a great .

.WO..; pounds. (tad.'with, her,a yearling:I Interests.. .fa. ..this. .section.II"MANS" __._ ___.,__.:______' __;1 1 ducted by'this'Stit: College for Women in"in:the the Stanford-Miller county-demonstration-block on kitchen Stewart surprise. "when .,J :;read.In;. the papa. ; .-(Continued- Oa'Page-right.) ;
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early; October will its ""'
: ins. : on Ikvcmie, next, door to the pressing .
; FOR: Ktd'1ftOSSCHRISTMAS : .}udy .of'iteme :.conpmicsnet'weJc.! '' clufcy, beginning; 3: p. 'mf t The. program CASEOISPOSED-OF' 'IN'cincvii : ..t.
'The :"officers .tL chart r' members ior'the: afternoon has been/sent ;

of the club are as follows:"Pr .ldent,,;, eMIt by'tho"State College. .,, and has for .-. ,jj\
I lIra, S. H. Bullock f secretary-treaa-.. ita, topic,""FaU."' .m :w

ROLL FORMED: urer.., ."Carson' Farmer;"*m.mberg, Jt."bfra"of the 0 : Mrs HJ C. Stanford' Miss Mattie With paper, talks and discussions:

.. .1, Bandy, Miral:. W.. J.. Fripp; Mr':, W-; H. Prom' time"'ta time during the course, ,
t >' 1t' --;-- Coleman Mrs.' M;'Tiller;' Miss 2uleinClectly dmpnstrtaUoos wilt be made,, and 'at .Tv' Hla. Itu '---.1"r -
.The closing: of the world war,do for. each sectionals printed" below' ,\-Mrs.. W. E.:;Sanderson; Jofn.ft. .- tike ,kitdi nis, nttedJwtth.a.\ ..fUamcooker I/L1lydgi'i:?...W.\ Pertrins:,
otj:: mean the .discontinuing of the District' No.' 'lrCars6n'sAddition; .-B.,.A81tman."Mr .Charlesv CarsoAjJr. ,..these will, be .'practicalas Circuit :Court: .01 -Jueaday, all ,u.. that Jnos Readied .in'Arcadia: some".f..TM n
''American Red,: ;' Cross", for .changed.- east Of A.: Cli from.'station north: .,- Mr:*. J. :YF:;Thompson','Mrs.- X.: :Jl; well I',as..interesting, While the meetings' .'Ion the docket: basing .been.either <'0a*> weeks'a*'-, \ '
'conditions', merely: mean the"shifting. Mrs..W.;'.W.;' Carson/ and,:Mrs. .Marion'Carson. Burckhalter.MMrs., ''.. G., W.' Pest. .Mt..* '' are' arranged; for" "the1' members''posed of or t nUnuec!. . /, ease1 j: last'Mack Battle aid '

of the labors of the orgaaiatlon. ,' '. V 4' l,; Albina.. Smith,. county dernonstfatioaa eC:the'etob, the invitation ta the pair J The ease of Katharine Whitney':argil Eola. : Hunter/chargedwith: : aggraval'assault ;-' ,

'Tbs activities of ,this,month'wjll( .be District' No: 2--Vine''itrn.t; } north ,( nrM,&:'$. Jj:?,WelJs; " He, la.iejrjf'.general.and' It .!.' hopedthat John' ,Whitney* ...-.Arthur K: Dono. >' e : ,'were 'ordered'down' -tor. ",tboir' *"
.centered on'campaign. forunlyersal''from. Av C. L.>g ,city llmiti ,e,It ,w.,'eipected.thaf the'of'tho.flubw ;frtrary?woman 'who is;.interested, pal and Z'.' R.' Donegan,'ie.nlted,1, ,.. "*. .untyj*eoyrt: '
membership, known as th,;lkd on, west.. Miss, Frances ;Bay; and: Mrs.. : held l'1. inlstrial.Mi .- ; Angustui Simmon*,' charged, ITrlth' '
Cross Christmas Roll. This* II' not H. M. Kats. 'L- < : *Mt,a but out: of Te4p.d for 111'De-.j. (Continued:: on Page.:Eight.( )','" aCOUNTY '' *.-'Josephine ItIrkp trlek./( whq b s pdb. entering,. plead guilty. '
i wjth any thought of making aWrive District:No.. .8 Vine .etreet'\o' L k.WiJt..t -- sued, the city;for $10,000.00rx>bta| rt sentenced him' 'to1 two :
for' funds-it is .an opportunity' for *> A. C. 1.; wesf to.dty g?::, di.t'4u h,,f favor 'of $160.0Q.JOT .rd labor. rl Vt
S with the Red Cross take some .. .. .... CONS SIONERSK ( -'lftehfa:" : ,.; j te'8t.t. v';WllI J,; Savagewi..for'frindoienthcchinfF'; .I..'

active part'I,i the-'gigantic task I of District :Now 4-Lake street,to Mid ; ., Dr4 and 'Denver"L.. Bass; chargediacltinjrto his. marks "<'; ....mad"anbna..I". }* i;

!...n'teee.et4noterWeh'tlnafrogt: Ua .:...'R.-.JItaUt.-; totlkEk7e:: ; : ,;westt4artyllnslh. wlt\\"Atdki'In( comjnttF '). tha ..t*.< oile3vsay.riFdoisresria! : ;4 ;
'rganlxtlon' wrerseaa :ior the soldier .. .: No..naiupes'gl.ehl};! 1I0I.f): SESSION r" """ """ Nr''u.-.o: :tA a., k1h s\...lsyr.atilta+rb.t !. t'lyl' +. .. ?tt a .
and sailors of this country. 1 District '''N.Stewari" avenue I .'ory: _bef.'tlit' faetsthe't'- .The: two'tasesagainst James'..-...:,: -t '1, "/,t\

tless'.'hands:;..of *stltntLpeo-.from Jaundry, north,,Midland. R., least .; l. pendant's attelriiys'Ladis'and; ,.Pate cot<: .charged with 'Alttrttt'. t't ,. : ,.
11 regionsof .Ea'hbldidg'out -' ta'A.'C.'L., Slater Heed*nd.MissIneCaPson. Oommiaeion- .t' '- II met, filed a"Ation".tdquash.the;InwhWi'motfon I changing'!marks. 91. nlina1.,-.... aoiideeprlrsed ...
I;The Board of County discussed and A.jF4ass'iefad.tion mh ,' -- .
empty hands'|.o ., eDt; : { .W&ll'/graoUd( :: 1'1\' :., tut A.; .Ii)
Croii;:and to these people the District 'N6.;, 'ft-rChurch, ..tree"to-, ers'.transacted- 'ttsVueaalamelint. 'of that'; In futureall.requests.\; fr,;'bI th."
:/Civilian- Relief department must bring Mabbett,, 'DOnh-to', .1d'.aca'R..1t..U' ; : bualnflM'oft-MgndgYwithcita..ecuetom.d'efficien.y.. :; - medicine ndiaadicaL. |)Buppliaa.-ahoUd> | |I :.Jttno> Mf, 4.*.against' the'same'par- ."wtth embeatlemeaV, was nolle proseed.:: ,
the the
i\ reeeFro ,,k. of County b
,r alleviation of their\ I frnihg.'Th. back.of school l:houMrs C.; H.: $um- :kCamani..Iontri BrJIr'Guy reported idan. V 'r '<-' ties,>ena> );With "procuring. burningItoinjujPfr'lAsu'ranca The ease' againrt' Forrest'-r: a+ '.
'campaign for the ChristmasRoll men and Miss .LWlanPMntis.. ."j; &bJ.. ;; :; Companyraccesaor charged wfthxbreakhtg-ind.nterfiJ; "Y
that Mr; Bass'Jnad bailed qualify MiVA. Hodges.fepresentingwinWilliam. .
streetand continued with Intent to eonwttt misasmnai,.."
,December 10th, and DistrictABMsbbett. o"t.he'facta.: was
begins on ;
optinue to the 23rd inclusive.... H. Midland R. ;R;west toolty.liraitt, ss'nsr-of the.bend trfeatees. for spec.- .-Co.> of.'SatswHkh,:, ;;:an-1 I,,i*;Awf\! |',to'rnt on motion of .the was continued for the'.Uw by s siet
Iii tread .and district No 3 jhe'board
bridge deavored. make contract wtth .
rti ,'- .h' 'of counseL, . '._
C Stanford has been appointed nounty Mrs. J. Z. Roberson 'and., Mrs. L.-H. SCat; Attorney meat '-tMf ,
and tr had asked G;: C-:MUler.'of Ken- for C&r..l0a4.'Of. "JCHh11e1c.
a ) ?
..chairman for, the. drive,.and it; is Ingram. ., the two cases against: the same The three cases"against H.: A..:Biah...1< f",
.: Mab- aaevillato' serve.'.Tha Clerk' theft read He quoted a price of U.50 gallon in I for 'worthless checks. .
his plans to' make' the .effort'' 'botb'thoroup District No. -8-All between parties charged with .raon. continued op; two pasting .'
out-a 'telegram"from'MT. Miller carload lots. Pat'Jobnstonwhovai
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and effective. A local bette street,and' Patrick: '.treet. west > ,( from th..ut term wet .contin and one for obtaining money'; under '
if chairman his been named' for 'the to city,limits, Mrs. B.H..15\t11ockX. : the position,,' 'subject to the present stated that- the :,beardiat..a sled for the term on motion of the false' pretense;.were'continued for the ,

w cities otKbsimmee. and, St.: Cloud, F.-Correll and Mrs.',P.K., :Weaver.; approval of -the board. The matter. previous' meeting hail already, iac ept- 1 J /i\torney. Defendants' atI term. on motion ,of tha-.State'a At.- ,
> i eras passed and,, approved. ., ed an offer from the Cooper'people" \' ,.
7 All between ) itaieI.Th."cse this' demand trial. torney. ..
No. 4n.
+ and the plan of districting.-:tha. county: District; ( / MaV case ,
>whIch has.b-followed'' : threul' -the bette street.and Midland.K.. R., westto Pat 'Johnston.'appeared:andsked at $1.20 a gallon and ha showedty' I :: .of ,the',$tat*. n. ;James Two Cases against Walter 'Tracy, .... '
I that''certain bridgesbe figures, that in to thfl, :
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writer drives will be used in. ibis city limits Mrs" J.;.Z., :Roberson, and proportion-' Ifsod' Bea reprd ,Dra"y_ eharl'Wt charged :with; fraodulentty changing
;.campaign. ; Mrs. L. H. Ingram.District 'repaired 'especially'one 'onDuby. quantity needed to', make,, a proper]!,d\ ( lIn ne property to+defranda marks 'of, marked animals was con- ,
north of ,Canoe Creek. He '
Slough; dipping, mixture in a vat, th. Cooper
in'Kiuimmee'Mr; ; J.;.Earl ,Lupfer I No.. 9-AU between Patrick ( Bale 1 company!: ;'wea. ''continued ,tinned for the term :
stated that one of hiseowe: had brokenits Dip was in reality We.cents a'gallon ... : t
the activities and the street and A. C: L. Miss Mamie Tiller -
{* directing '
leg a few days. ago on this bridge, cheaper. After some (iscussion\ it '
"i' planning a whirlwind can Miss Virginia, Tiller and: Miss .
are ;
and he:had lost' head 'a .
seven was decided that, as l, ..tnere was IHAVEmEENENTRED .
[with. a view of carrying,,the messto Cooper; RIDS .
eighteen monthsthroughijroken to whether lower
past question as thee partof
every individual .District No.; 10--AH east and
b : planks In bridges. He said the to included
,of the city and of ,the A,'C.'L. station, Mrs.-Vi-Ellis county was: : under
plan i districting: he knew that the county was not; liable the compulsory dipping law: in l1
ila who will ,be. responsible and Mrs.jR'M,,:' E: n" _; \ : ;
for-thore accidents, but he- ear. he near future, it,would be .best'not: >; : M LOCATION
om m nestljr' 'requested the 'board to have o order any, dip at.the 'present meeting - POSTOFFICEijwili

"S. ( : his; repait. :work done ,quickly..> :The and the'matter; could 'lay, over ,\,\\'! ,.
KIRKPATRICK GETS board discussed the matter and in. until the next ,regular;meet}ng when V
When the bo housedfor boxes'or locked boxes with '
: etructed: Road Superintendent.. R. more definite( information. would\ be post office less keys
'five ; must be C:: tailed in tbeir*place. ; .\, > ..'
: farmer 'to attend to the matter as on'hand. : the next or.ten years is '
I ( government will entertain .
Tha' alease
.00.a. possible. The Clerk was instructed to, make!, the .'q eatlon' number of i'.the prop.
$150 DAMAGES FROM -CITY for a period of. five years.but;
stated Mr.- 'Clark Howell appeared and a,bid for fifty convicts from the state I ertyh! owners of Kissinunea have been favors, a ten year period. .
that the late rains had washed authorities. endeavoring- to ald.Undo Sam Insoivning. .
i ----.-. away; the dirt,from'the '.curb on the The Clerk read a letter from the! .. The lease on the Stanford building -
i' December- for\ -city at this of duty. road close" to'''hi" ,house also that SCHOOL BOARD VOTES
The ,meetingof'. post ; Comptroller calling- the.' board's 'sfr;1 which'Jt' now occupies will expire
,1'-:. councilwas' : held at the city hall with _Routine of placing the city's insurance some of Ills land had been Invaded by tention to the fact that county funds I the'ta.f of June and in order that everything TWO WEEKS VACATION s
business; regulating taxes'' and the.water, 'Hesaid; that two years should be equitably distributed among: readiness by that -
: east{ members attheir post of duty :)Jnsy.basin The December meeting of the;
.. "body allowing bills; occupied the remainder ago Instructions had been given to the bank. of,'each..county..,.subject to I ditf.blds: for tha.ensuing five or ten ; '
The city attorney, notified the I school board wal'of'deep interest to 1
of the meetinl' All in ditch'that would relieve him : '
certain conditions. 'Attorney' Milton
be the
year were .required to,, in,
for the
the of the'count
:::.j ii urtbat, the. Khkpatrick: damage suit. of this condition, but the filling' had, Pledger read the law on the Subject: hargf!<< the government, inspector closing youngsters date for the holiday vacation r
?' agabutthe. city nad?been decided in MRS.''VARNEY ILL.AND been torn out and W&I'In ,,
: \ ; Ie JUlt as and the. question aa to .what consti. byi'the'jast-, ov.ber.The; In-, decided upon. The Osceola.
,Flavor: or,the plaintiff'for the*sum "of WILL, NOT. VISIT. K1S1MMEE. bad shape aa ha used to be. ..H..ldthat tuted an. equitable,, division ,among .)r'd' met been .here : several times County, was High School and the Sissim- '
'1 ; a. "$150:- It will be remembered that .- ,. he expected damages to W paid the banks of Osceola county promised as.ta'yivn\t\ look over each .location offered schools will close December l?0th',
, ;; Mrs, J. E. Klrkpatrick fell some,timer It is with 'm ch regret that the announcement f' the water 'is allowed' to' stay on to takeup::: a 'good deal of time and >'t9i\the government and must and lIMe /etopeJHon the $th 'day of

"' ;*go,, injuring her wrist. An' .Improp. is made that the Welfare hi. -land. No.'actionwaa. 'taken on consideration it was decided totake bmlt 'a' drawine. 01.the room to accompany January, .giving a. little noon;: thin
'!' constructedpaving was alleged Institute to be conducted by Dr;Men this: '
c rly up this matter at a special meeting. "aach.\bid,. ': two weeks This will enable; 'the
.-t.have.cajued the accident.. ca .Marie .Varney on December 9,. 10 n.'bond of C.' F. J Johnson of St.' to be held tomorrow! 4' .While no list of, bidders. has been teachers who .are here from .a. distance ,,

'',"question of"providing. ; .. soma and. 41.. has..been. indefinitely postponed Cloud a. Bond Trnsteja' special( made,.public byT the ,officials, it is : to visit their homos, for Christmas -,, i,
t..landing'pJac, ,for the 'air >, road and bridge;,district No. 2, was ELEVEN AIRSHIPS: COMING understood: that H. C. Stanford ,offered'the week. ?; ,
ihlps canto'.under discussion and'the A telegram IOn .Tuesday'' from Dr. examined and ::. to ,
approved. Eleven alnhlp. a expected arrive present site for-a. renewal Among the Items of,''.routine business
"', :proper officials: will' consult-the propjtt >> -- Carroll 'of" Apopka, ''stated that Mrs.Varney W. R. Fuller representing the here from Arcadia, some, time ef;"the, le ase:." ,M.' Cottermin'submrt- considered by the board was the
y+6 jnatrt. of, the landing .now in .is ijl) of inflnensa, and unableto South.m'' Clay ''Manufacturing Co., this afternoon. r ted,the room labia block occupied' by depository of'' school "funds' forth ,

- use- east'of Ifisslmmee'with the' Idea I fill, her engagements. This will be stated' that'the' Plttsburg1} Laboratory tha,<' on.r Drug Store,, and JohnBranson year 119. end the State Bank 'was f'

of i".securing:.;..... a' three- year leans n' ihat,[ 'a' dl"f iqtment. to many who were lad made'a'price' .of 60c per thousand NELSON-LOCKHART r made a' price on the rooms officially: 'designated. .for the fund., .

looking .forward with, tench, InteresttoMpyrtrelectareo for;' testing- road brick,. and >t* t' be ,Married on Saturday; tfov. 80th: I in;.hi* three. storybrick >lock,.and'J.Willson : .. .W.' C.Bass,'chairman: of the board,.
i' Boy'8cqute'were.: ; represente"Esteeti&g'b7 \ l ; : : ; w.. :-it:: i* t bad "received"a l.tter.froea, Capt., L. at Dallas, Texas, Mr.. Walter' NelaoWaf : 8h;' '1r.,, offered one;*>a presided,,: andW.B.LanUr: : of.Camp-'

let ) their'Scoutmaater' earnestiy'hbped" (bat'this'l talented A.-'Sams. ;,of Atlanta' ,-offering to makea' .Uasimmee.. and Miss:Darida-LocJ 11 ypoms )n;his: britt,bulldlnic on.Dariiavenue. J; "bail,i atatioor,.rind:-j-JJ.:,.Batsden::;sot : .... *a
? i"i'i.dgerawlw; asked,that -'they la dr.y'w i.h ;Ypeedgf'oni4d.fai! f .a test"'for"45c per thOlle&DCL''After hart of Orlando Fla. ? ,. '"I iItIrtoa .. i 1 Whmier,,.w.rt. !In attendanc-at.tha ;
Mt'Oaalgnated' as al'Cflana''alr short. ,ttms? may"fllh Jet.d4t sonna"discussion It was decided to Tha'groom-is')on of Mr\'ahd-Mra. 'a : : ; ;: :- ,
: -.Uk c..y.1: ;. gperln .
-" -a'- '* pttisg. ., .
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sjiiilUhjp'\at' the :landing'" canU fieldbaiysAltatithe'nto p. ,.. .",intfs. ,-- ...... tier ; j-. .;. .hav. thf Pittsburg'tstbOTntory'I do the A. &. Nelson of:Mhis city,.,and 1 is amember ord been4, : tepdiot'orPubue';z.fpetoator; ,.OsVceolsrcotmty. .. -'.'.'!
: of 25 : ,
:etrultr - work as it is4 a standard'concern and _of; the, aviation co.,.;. 'sta be.k- : .'" '-' \ f
..;: use' hour'ftheir'; services. This ,t The1'stork-stopped 'at1:the'home -ofMr. thoroughly' responsible.. t. ::1 tinned at Love.. Field,.,near :Dallas, .The\ ,one'in.which 'tha. publle is 'moatJrenerally. .- .. e;.1
.. laaWoifrmet' ; ''ha "approval' oT the'fathers and Mrs C.:K.3f;: sitdenin, Klssimmee' A bill of->44.00 -wasprasentad 'by while' the bride .Js. ,the .charmingdaughter .interested refers to the box : laIt..J'OQ.p1ana be present A .. ,

and the boys;will be i nollaUst < Park'on 'Thursday:*.of'. last a\Stl; Cloud drug store for ''medicine of Mr.:, David Lock:1,1artiOf: System.The boxes In.... now-must every day;Of the 'third annual!t.n.-\: """

l6 :'.."-..,,-T--, ,when. ., l their* i'-'* -- 'are''neededJ -..UL :r weeklexiingn, fine'H,peuod", .\ boy'; used by'' upe1'L. Tha matter was Orlando... \ ,i ,:: _:'.abolished) ,:'and automatioki;; olsv. County:' Fairyland: fStockt Dihdsip. I;

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1 time 'since, then,, I '''am still walking I I ,I *0%' located: ear Bordeau, about r -
around:and having'a,"very: good time 1+650-miles from the front but I; have ::7.'J

I:.i KIDNEYS WEAKENING l::: indeed. Boy, your dear, old Uncle' had the pleasure of going up in four Give Something "

OUT! Sam has eertallll 'a compUahecl won.den miles;of.the front'\line trenches with

- - ; you should beer'""the.. eats l; 'etc. a'convoy'.of!; horses,' .nd.ure"was an .. -

Itldaer '''ItoBple do 't disappear of T1i a hooiwlf of 'Uolluid would aimed that we.are-getting1under these tying interesting'sight' Theil 'bQ our way
o "_. ..,_tinoerenlnin They crow health slowly with butteaOHy *. soon M without food as without conditions: ''If anyone ,had !back' wje peat one 'a,, in- Paris, and Worthwhile!
k.rRe l Dutch Drops, aa (h
', until vlo- two-years that all this soul '
deadly certainty .you Mil a quaintly. rail GOLD MEDAL, Ha&r1.mOil me ,ago. that; Ii 'a' wonderful city. .
tin Step to-your Ineurabl trouble while there la t. ;'.. C&.p.ul... They r..tor. ctrcnsTth hajtg been accomplished in such My line of work U handlinghones .' 'f r
Don't watt until 'little pain* become blrehe. and u-a. r..pon lbl robust In a CrblIIi: ur tho short time, :'I would have only, and as you all know', that is my _
1 Don't triae with diaeaae. To for th sturdy
.void future Hollander them Insane. delight, and- I "have .made good." After That' economy-the: intelligent spending-or, your: ."money

+i .with..1.. OOL now.< .Tki"thr..orrtourl.war' Do not delay. Go ..O>> your druggist"and Doe;, my head is'' swelled and I'am I landed over here I was made and the giving of "worthwhile".gifu.u;:, evidence: of wisdom and. '

,, day uoUl you are entirely "free from /InclHt on Haarlem hi. .uppljlnyou Oil CM .U with|... (M Tak.>UUMKCKALt just as proud as a peacock with a duty Sergeant, but I only held that assures'It tatting and .sincere appreciation. .'. ,; .
pain.Thla well-known preparation has bnnon them o. dlr.ct d, and If you are not new, set of tail feathers at the way. abut a' month ,and now' I am FirstSergeant
of the_ national... remedtea of Hoi. Matufl4 with results your drutsolat l 'Willr the Division has fought in this) drive. of my squadron, ao all that We present to' you for your election the mot'complete "
land for nturl. In 169 the aro".nm.Dt Lthe: boa I
,, of the Netherlands granted apeclal :"ll.xbouME'r, on I have alwayi said that they would ''I have to. do now is to see that the and. best stock of Holiday Good. ever shown in Florida.
eealed Doses 1 :
and accept no
and charter eale. authorlilna!' It. preparatloa - .i three .lc.... make a name'' for themselves if given rest of the boys do things as they '
-- ----- ----------- -. Diamonds, Jewel of'a kinds. Jewelry Watches Clock;
,ww "..._ ,.w.sows w.s I a chance but they have surpassed Ii should. I
-------------------------------I even my expectations. While I am This' if I cure ..a wonderful place. Cut'.Glad '. Hand Painted China.. Silverware Umbrellas Leather\ ,

;;;oOO.OtOO .OO O..O ; writing shells .art; going over; .here I Everything is so different' from what Goods; Toilet Articles, Novelties of an endless variety. Specially. -

and landing a short 'distance away, 'they are in the good U. S.. A,. strong. is bur showing of.Army and N.vynoy hy gifts.,
a'Cane the but something tells me that they 'will Guess I have written enough for
Over Top i not do much damage for this is noth- this time. I will be awful glad Come topur store and make your selection if you cannot ,

I 1. ing but history repeating itself again, i to hear from you, and receive the come'write'or'phone' and your wants will:be carefully prompt- ..

as the old saying goes, and I know Gazette every week. Best regardsto ly and satisfactorily taken up.
The Waterbury Chemical Indoor ClosetFOR that the good Lord Is with 'us and all the Kissimmee folks.. Your '

i that a few more days' will see the .Friend,' SGT. J. B. PREVATT '
end: of the war. I will tell you all I Field Remount Squadron, 'No. 311, ''

about it sometime when I can' talk A. P. O. 705. A. E" F. Owen-Cotter CO : ?
Jewelry r
EFFICIENCY ? with you for I know that you will be I 1jJanf

V H. EDMUND SWABEY, AgentBox interested, and 'many 'strange things Learn ''to Lookout for Yourself. ,

have happened to me inthe last seven II Somebody has declared that when .
KISSIMMEE FLA. .Phone TAMPA 609 FraakKa St. .
625 years that I have never told any- ,people learn to treat slight ailments 4324 ? .,

H+++..o o.. 00. tOOO OO..OOO"OO, +H.. one until just right recently for a ,themselves, there will be. much less ,

.-- very good reason./! I understand now sickness. Most diseases have .their
why I was' spared and why I-will'be origin in some minor 'ailmentand I"i

given'my chance to make good and ;when that is properly treated the
; prove'the old saying that."blood will most serious diseases may be avoided. '

tell." j ..This is particularly'true of throat
a France, Oct. 23rd 1918 my quartes.For': ) the first time in if there is another Artillery Of ,and lung troubles. Take Chamber

Mr; and Mrs.: F. A. Sanders have many months-except while!at school, ficers' training camp over here I will lain's- Cough Remedy an4 give every

received the following letter, "from. I am sleeping in a bed-a real French go to it' ,and I if not will, get a commission cold the attention it deserves and you :', ',: Will Sell ShoesOnly

i their 'son, Lieut.;, Harry Sanders. :; bed. with deep ,spring ,and a wonder. when I get back to the will be able to avoid some of the most ..:. .
Dear Folks:-Altbo I've had: no ful mattress, to say nothing of clean States,. for I have made up my mindto serious diseases that afflict mankind. '' '-i:

letters from you for-' ten;: days or white "sheets.* I've a fine mahogany stay in"tha army as I am sure that This remedy .has been in use for : < t .

more, I am going to try to 'get a bit tablet for a' desk and three, fine big the out of'door life will be a'great many.years and its value fully prov :

of 'a note to you .if Fritz wilt give mean mahogany and plush chairs' in whichI benefit to me and all I want is the .. j For: Cash ,- :
opportunity. He has been' most can loll about and simulate real oportunity for you to know .that en.SAVE : .

beastly peevish all/! '' evening, and especially comfort.: But what do you say whenI yours truly can make eood. :Li 16,000,000 BUSHELS ,

does he.Teem to have ,designs tell( you that the boys have carrieda We have a dear old Maj. Gen, in OF WHEAT THAT FORMERLYWAS s

on.'coputo'of',brigades:' which piano into the dining room, so we command who has a heart of gold,
unfortunately''WI, we! happened to may have music with our meals. One and boy, the more I see him, the better LOST IN. THRESHING Tide i i. to notify, my, friend and customer that after'thil'det4?

be located between. When :Fritz of my boys is a wonder on the piano, I like him. In fact it brings a no shoes will be charged,to any. one under any circumstance. .

comer oven'in' his bombing plan,the and sure can make that instrument lump In'my see the interest Farmers, Urge 1 by Food Admlnlstra.Uon t v .

boys say',he !fdrops hi1" end-gate," 'stand up and deliver real melody.. he takes in- the welfare of the boys Provide Awes Extra Leaves The government .ha fixed the price of SHOES for all grades
and unloads his bombs. One of my ,While the Hun shells are whizzing and when it comes to nerve he has '
e' Broad for Kvery Arnerl aa, and the profit will now'be too;email:to permit telling them charge
bunch tonight remarked tbtat thus bird I about us, those lys hammer and is much nerve as anyone In.the army on

) :tonight used, a >manure ..pre.der'to ,sing good old American rag-time and a damsight more': than. a whole account ;

unload. It's funny,.but this gang of ;though they were back home in the lot of us.Jimmy. By adopting cleaner threshing methods (..1 'j
mine absolutely refuses 'to> take 'front parlor, of a sweetheart. Fyle is Q. M. Sgt. Co. "D" .fields and to by gather literally .combing form.riy.Msct.harvest Our 3t tock, however will be. kept fully up to the usual standard. ',
things seriously. I And e.tsl I My orderly is a won 116th Inf., (A. P. O. 765 A.: E, F.)
ed. threshermen and farmers Of the and we will continue to handle full .line of the bed quality Shoe:.. '
a ,
., I ,am going to enclose a letter derful cook, When we came in hen The last time I talked to him up in United States this' tear nYe4 'ra1l1 '

published 'through the Division to we found much good grub left behind the other Sector he, seemed to be enjoying 16,000,000 bashels of wheat, estimated for'Men., Women; and .children, and solicit .your continued patronage: aH. "

't'' show that the outfit caD'and does) de- by" the beaten Huns. It's true, they it, for the boys there is some as equivalent to about eaves one-pound w ".'.

liver' the good stole it from French cellars but we sort of a fascination about all of' : loaves of bread for every' person Id .

'r 'iDid I tell,")'Ou'about the dugout we in turn captured it'from them and this, that I cannot explain.: It, Is the' country. This result accompanied ':. $

are now occupying? To call-it a dugout "to the' victor belongs the spoils" horrible, yet It' is for the best, and by: corresponding aatings 'of barley, CO.OSCEOLA
oats, rye'and other grains la shown by sTANFORD: 'J
s is'really misnomer.' It'. a cellar we've always been told. Tonight'for Mr. Wilson'l Is the man of the hour reports from 81'....1.. state to the U. .; : :
;a nothing...more-but 1ft four parts. inner,' hel served nie with a't.e lder I 'know, that you' are glad 'to be 3. Food Administration. Other statea i

The smallerone of the four we .use juicy steak; cold salmon, nicely cam. back in the service again. Work although not pre-pired, torfornlsh definite ,.. I iI'

. asw a ;kitchen; while the next in size ouflaged with parsley,-,stewed string hard, it'may seem as if everything' is figures of conservation In' the 'I i

J' serves as ..&, dining'' room. The next beans bread and 'coffee..>"For deserthe going wrong- but-keep it'up, for goodhard train fields, report greatly.: reduced: -:' '
f 17 the sleeping' chamber for my' men had cherry pie and some sort ofa service for his ountry'.will nev" harvest losses. ;,, '

,r, .ud the last 'arid''largest one is my chocolate tart. It was some'' feed, er -hurt''anyone. This rural food la saving .achievement,six, months' ,
accomplished scarcely
;, "office! telephone exchange and sleepIng but don't think I' always live like Be good and. let me hear from you direct' : "to.:;'." :
time, was In response >to requests :
quarters for myself.We; are Iq that; ; far' be, it. More freequently its and tell me how you are progressIng. by the Food Administration, HOTEL THEOverland ,

.' town quite recently captured from cold corned beef and hard'tack, if Sincerely your friend. COLE. which asked farmers and thresheraen ," Garage,'

the* Huns but he (Frits), 'rapidly I'm .lucky.' '. . to reduce harvest losses from about Will open for the Fall and Winter ;

I leveling the wall about our e.rI. Now?thingshave!,, quieted down, so LETTER. FROM B. F. COBB 8U per cent---the eatlm.ted'ayen.e : Season, Sept., 12th._ Ui i now' under new tmanagemeaLAll '
Each time!''I go out or('the streets'I I'm going to bed;". Shall hope to hear SomewhereMn; I France, "Oct. 13, 1918: In normal, times-to the lowest, possible Families contemplating, ..peDtUaCthe' work. .all make tad
on +
minimum. threshing
Country grain
'can note. the changes; house}or soon |from you'; and until my next To the' Valley Gazette-I will winter In Klaiimm*. will find
"' committees 'carried: Intoevery marine\ work'done promptly'Fftak '
two gohe here; a- wall down there- letter, much love to you both.. write you a few lines this evening as grain growing ,community the-'official accommodations plea.and and '

or, perhaps' -. steeple shot.>off a Lovingly, HARRY. I have just received a bunch of papers recommendations for accomplishingthe home-like.. : J. Jones i* In' charge of theVrepair. ; ; ; i

church., You may welllm.gln. what and I have read everyone 01 results desired RATES' REASONABLE department e

7 a time we have '|o, maintain' telephone LETTER FROM RUSSELL COLE them",( and then I took them over to In numerous Instances" driven of .

lines_ under such trying circumstances Gwiffn Crawford who is in a trainIng Sam Prather; and when I got t racks with leaky: bottom. Were sent MRS.. W.: H. ARNOLD f. H. TYNER Mgr. :
: for a line is no sooner. camp at Buffalo, N. Y., sends us over to his hut they sure were haVIng from the fields" to repair their equipment ntOPRICTRtSS. : : : \!
and frequently: bad order thresh-
repaired :than it: is-Jihofout; somewhere the. following letter which he recently .aome cheers, for the comrades lag-machines were stopped. until the i I. .'

else. But never a word of received from Russell Cole, ".ome. just got the news that Germany had cause of waste was removed. .But In i
r complaint do we hear from the menwbose'daily where in France:" accepted all the Allies peace terms, proportion to the number of persons r

business i I. to keep those Somewhere in France Oce. 14, 1918. and it sure was some time- and thenit engaged In gathering the nation's grain I t tR."S.
lines intact. crop, case of compulsion comparatively .
Dear Doc-Just received your was announced all over the camp .
But to return to the description ofT ''rare. The Food Administration
card of August 23rd, to my father and I never in my life heard so much
attrtbutea'the of
freely success
letter cheers. We had a regular roughhouse :
last night. I wrote you a
the- grain threshing campaign to- patriotic
d' !about five a. m. this morning while and these live, juicy Englishmen service by farmers-- thresher FLOYD

Mr, Doche is rapping at my bungalow are still cheering, but in the men and their crew, Incidentally: : .
4.98 door lie dropped about 'steen same paper it says the Yanks are grain growers of the United States are

shells and nearly tore up said bung-. still driving on and crushing' thingsas many millions of dollar "In pocket" .
alow. they'g a*,a result of the train saved. .

: '' Boy, you would have died laughing We had a real Yankee concert last : : ,
> Postpaid the first night we lit in this place. night with'' a Yankee band, and some ,, -

Two of us with a lieutenant in chargewere of the colored" (soldiers from KNOCKS OUT THE "FLU"Remarkble :: Groceries and : :

:) for One left with'the old P., C. at a certain was up and sang us'some real songs, Medicinal '

historic'place: .not .l from' here, and we all enjoyed ourselves.We Properties of .' .... . '.
Noted Doctor. Prescription.
y of These and it was pitch dark when we arrive are working every day in the! a --' .

ed. Youn truly had the sweet job shops.Seeing: how many planes we For year people have been taking : '

P IuhIII Stylish'SILK of leaning' the place after 'dark. I can 'put out-.a d "If Germany don't Dr. William; No.101' Tonic for'chills; Fresh MeatsPhonel76 : ; A .
is and {ever, colds 'and'grippe; Nowbey ; .
lost my. bearings three different call off her dogs, 'something sure
It is 'of the best
are finding one
I ully times and it seemed' a* though the going to happen.
the influenza.
things to
man was following'. around with It is raining here now and the mudis fight Spanish
I The quinine ,in it kills the inflaenta
i. his shellfire. The third time a piece a eight, but nevertheless there are .;
: Skirts of shell as big as a. Ford (to my several thousand Yankees 'over here germ quickly and th roly. It doesn't : e
have chance and the iron the
: stretched inagination) passed we",on and they have .all got blood in their a best 302.B.roadway" \ "
medicine bone of: the tonics
I (!I 7I. IU-) the dead run. You know of course mouth, and we are going to stay here
and builds the
that a:little shellfire is all right, but until the huns throw up the sponge, up system, restoring 4.
and when We land back In the' dear lost vitality, increasing the appetiteand w
naturally; so many repeated,attemptsto \
Made of 6De'adk taffetas'and the health thus male
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renewing ,
blow me to smithereens, made- me. old U. B.. A., there will be hot time..
the able to throw off die;
satin nteasalines ii fashionable break out in a. cold sweat. I became'greatly We have a few hundred prisoners. ng system > .

striped patterns. Colorings: Co- excited and highly indignantand here and they look at the Yanks ease germs.. A third ingredient of. themedicinei . .,
I I. which : ;:
magnesia acts
.It pen :coal black;.1 Burgundy andgreen. lost my balance, fell Into a mighty straight,, but we,can't talk,.to,
on the liver and bowels. Dr. Williams'
trench landing on hip and neck them, so We don't know what, they r
Red and my MANHATTAN
Green ;
? No.* 101 Tonic .U, therefore, aa ideal ,
together .with numerous sundry articles say. So "it's hail, hail, the gang'sall A. E. DROUGHT r'lift =
and taupe; Brown, and blue.;, Black preparation. It fail to
yi which I'happened' carrying here, so'what ttie-do- we care.1" never produce Now. for. th., ,Winter,.Season.A . I ,. s :
and, burawd7t.Purple, and black desirable result and ;it is 'speciallysuitable '' ,
I aod Green'and copen.'Suea..Waist around with me at the time and picked Now, a* ever,' B. F. COBB, .-Jr.J t for; fighting the ''"611." No : BreacHa y*
three or" four tons 'of mudmore' 840 'Aero ,Squadron, 'A. E. F.No. 8'' the **
measure:; up ;; other combination of 'drugs could FamiIT;"HDte'.w' Iaall Comfort , :' '

b'rl /V_Ifoamarf rtiirWaMfel tint, fk*slaw ever( ,- the'.most-pleasing; my clothing'part. of How-the Air. Craft'. Dept.,-;-'R.:,-,A.,:, ,' F;;'France< ; ,* produce such p4r4.h, eta elk Soft ..4 f A .
asst"tp _
: it1 and,.be convineed- of .r" t Y
,.... thing Is that':ctose, doesn't.count LETTER';FROM' \ +REPRESENTS "
V.7 draws.Ei; *.; weaU w.4.. ; and ..JENNINGSPREVATTE. ? .
Its marvelous Your'druggist I2.S9 PEB'.DAY '
vast telift! +.: though, I hay nearly been hit a' dozen 3'f" can'supply power.-25c- and 60c" bottles; "-y .. ' Hie'llpm*'insurance: 'do. er New';; ,
ORDER JJJ]BAIL.TODAY NO Woiras In at ttoattbr: Child ...-- Refuse, to ,.,accept -any substitute; Special. by the'Week.' .Yak;;',the National>"ir*,lasmranea: \ "". '

'i)7 ft4re Ace at.. ( er AU ealiA.s tieeiiles whh wonaa be v. b r :Bordea1 ,.Fnnce, Nov. 9, 1918.. .There ,is nothing Ilk*' Dr.'Williams' Co. ,of: Hartford. The aM ";. .

l.skbyoakr.wbleh rule there la mar W.Indicate.... tmnach pow blood dietarbence.sad ai a Mr.Dear,W'Friend-t B. Harris have.. ,Klssimmee. receivedp.utte'"aD4. ,. FJ*. No. '101 Tonic in. Influenza cases, MRS."Ji: .6. SAVAGt' ; !prop.! maay other:,reliable eb;.,taIps. .

{ 1KOVE;'S TASTELESS rant T01MC*.,*.reealsrhl just either. a*. a ,remedy:: 'or"preventative, *( - <- If; .r .
1a W' x tweet three t ..ka will-enrica the bleed Im- a it is th. first that: ,| . .,..' '
leer ;
; pf kcapq.4t' ; :!.-the dlaeedoa,mi aot General '
a a Strengthlfa hadsince trade
h 'FLOWDA *T. .. *.* 1'to.,...... Vmaat will thea have July."beforeleavingthe ; Ifyen have anything to ioU.-
nu.a ?
.M8ee.. .< _' ._. ., .. I throw erdkpel 5? ?the*eea .,sad the Child wlllee State., and it 1* sore appreciatedmore or exchange try our'cUaslfled.. column: 4 '

'v: .. II I I -pert**health. 'rtoeeeat to teaks r*0o per.betUe. J- .than-... I'' can tell you.. 'i *" I U brings result\; *".' .) K Get t: You r"1T Printing,.from( fee t Yallft. / l ' .f)

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: Children'* Home. - (

formed cttiiens be created 'to act:asa : "QmaL WUTOt

a board:of'inspection.'and: ''who shall .
fI report to' the board of control.

.j ', The committee' ,states in 'it* .report _{.h?< ''
that the account of the school; You'H find Sloan*. Lines':

bad shape there :',being"no inventoryof : often* the aeTero'' ',.,

.wbst' supplies were! on'handandno :rheumatic ache ..
acoount of what: had; been used.,

I ;, .a Smile In reference to clothing the commit: "

r tee found nearly 'three hundred Pat It on freely.. Don't r** It 12
fleece-lined, undershirts stored away.They JIM let It paulnti naturally. What.
nose of soothing relief soon foUowstrExternal t
had never been used; yet some
: ache, stiff*.**, lOt -;;.
of the thinly-clad, boys were suffering cramped' muscle., ttraiaed eioewa,
from i the chill weather.Of .,back 'crick-those: ailment can't
t.. the hospital roomthe committee fight off the relieving qualities, oi
Sloan'* Liniment., Clean, convenient
A good. .j stated that it wit In most In economica Ask any druggist for it.
1'. sanitary'condition with a leaky roof.

.1. smilemakes The report, said the floor evidently Sloan'streat
had not been scrubbed in week, the
mattresses wet and worn and dirty

..I its own way.-Right I'and the bed linen. filthy.. Dr. BaltBell,

living ,makes the smile- What' It I.The" *-- !home In,Jacksonville. which .1. a well the resident physician, when asked -.,- ." -
Children's Home Society of kept big family home where homeless about conditions related by Dr. and_necessary' work of reclaim

Florida I I. a state-wide 'undenominational ' and orphan children are kept and Klock stated that he'had..uperinten.1lIent' given p Ing 1 boys, ,... 'feel compelled' to saythat l

: 4SSTANTPOSIUMinstcetd! organization provide for the made ready for their going Out to warning, to the former the'.board of state institution.

orphan, .homeless- neglected, abused, good family homes.! that preparations influenza,should then'be. ha been negligent In visiting this' In-:,
made 'against the '
deserted, afflicted and needy Vtt e Provides ,for Emergency Case. stitutlpn and 'properly directing' it*
. ; .of coffee puts children of the entire state of Florida spreading over the state but that he
,. Hundreds of little children have conduct, such ,negligence' haying extended .
could get no action. Also that he
Ifm the been temporarily cared for in the over -a period of years and
many a. nuxn on wey had complained more than once -to
1 Oar .Aim.. above home while mothers' have been that, the superintendent lately remov
the visiting board that condition
to smiling health, and We. aim to provide. for every white sent to hospital and pending plans were, bad and growing worse,' but ed,.wa. '1Jnftt for the petition he held,
child in need in the entire state-;r for'their permanent care by other this and neligent in 'discharge of hU plain
without Of
result. condition
SUCCCSS,, "THERE'S: A REASON"STUDENTS gardles of the, need and ,regardless agencies. 'duties '

r, of the .creed-just'',ai, 'far' as our Hospital Case and Crippled ChildrenWe the report says: I There) will be no time lost,, it is un"i"

i fund will permit. have- secured special! hospital Score the Board, derstood.' In following the recommendations

How Supported.The ., care and' operations for dozens of '"In view of our observation that of the:. committee, to provide ;

-1. Society does, not receive one little aflicted children who 'h ve.been the institution II in a deplorable con funds for the relief of the school .and }

t ARMY TRAINING could''fraw. dollar from the state city or county blind, CORPS'IS TO DEMOBILIZE The "wa* divided into two ----- ------- ------- .
.corp but it --------------------------------r
t r J tretaury, entirely' supported eye, ear and'limb have been saved.
.. ectlon.,, the ..colUgiateand vocational In Its wonderful l work /bjr; voluntary Older Children to Industrial"'Schools HOWTO '
r Washington;. Nov 29::-Complete the ,latter...being designated: contribution 'of money,, food and No part' ;of our*.big" job has. been MAKE BREAD WITH I.

.demobilization of the students army' train 'trade specialist, fort thesarmy; clothing.' 'Your help'fa.need everyday' more important. or effective than the FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT JUICE '
training corps comprising units in Contract) were entered I into between in the year also the help of your sending of'older needy boys'and girls
hundreds of institutions
throughoutthe institution and' the 'government '- --- ---
t" church, club lodge, school or society. to 'special industrial schools for education country.. hay been/decided uPon which college themselves, were reimbursed The only' limit to our great' work is ,' training .nd discipline. We ,, housewives, all' and you them'on the.publie.) 'find that one, "

t by the war department.. 'In .making for the additional' expenses the, limitof,, our.income.' .. r have averaged about forty such chile hall hear about ;.the grapefruit cow medium sized grapefruit1 "drop" ,will

!. this" announcement today Secretary neceeitated by the organization' :of When Orca lzecL < dren per> year 'and 'most ''every 'one; that'lives 'only in the,sunny'*odth be mike' upV\onel. wart of. flour for"btacuitsf -

i _. ker said in some cases the demob- the 'unit. ... The Society was organized in November has taken advanta&'e'of'the trainingand neath' the mossy,tree; This wondercow that two medium steed ."dr p*"
atlon i
will start immediately and will make cake, for four
.p with Its glossy yellow 'coat must breakfast
1902 and ha just completedts Many are holding'responsible "
ni of'tbi' department.contemplate Student army training corps are in sixteenth year of,real service. positions in and out of the state. sure belong to, the Jersey breed., persona. After using-the mUk ofthi.., -
the .
a :, breaking. up of every. unit by Jan-, training at m number of Florida colleges f Bow Directed. Passat of Protective Laws.. More, wonderful still, this Florida I wonderful Florid cow; tak. her
ary 1. ,but yleid*',per "hide" and rub'''the hand* and theylwIll'lai'soft'ss
cow never .dry i
goes ;
the of
Mors'thaii"600'inititutiona.witha including, University The .work is conducted.under- the Our Society has never felt that we '
; milk the entire No stanchion for, if the ilnest'lotths
Florida at Gainesville Stetson University '' year ,
student Ibrollment"of 160,000 we're personal direction of some of' the should be .tlslled'to continue to care fear-of had'been\' '
7 included in tba student army training .DeLand 'and Southern Ooll most influential citizen t>f the atatewhoJgive for,children in'need and never try to restless cow; no timid milkers applied. ,
= a'ntJe Recipes.Y' ;
a kicklnc'cow only
loge l SutherlAnd. J Dot their time to the stop the supply .therefore"we have squeeze I
wa. only
t rpa. This organization authorized ,
. and,'lo, your milking (I'over. :Truly Biscuits: qt. flour, 2 'feaepoon '
I in the last wrmy bill and its pur. work gladly but have for'many year worked for'yean for the passage of :
Chronic this will be another:, asset' to your baking powder, f teaspoon .Jt. 'tl,
i Joe :was to furnish a reservoir of officer j Constipation.This contributed and -secured enough money such laws In'this'state' that' would wonderful Florida land,. tempting'those I tablespoon 'lard, '1 pt. cap of grape
disease i. nearly alwaysbought personally to''defray .the entire protect the children of our state nnd
material upon which the army i I
,of the frosty north tq our cit.i fruit:milk; in'which 1 teaspoon! ofsoda'is'
h : -on' by bad(habits. To effect cost of all office safarisd ..expenses atop the cause for 'their need. Th
where' milk "drop. from : dissolved; enough water,addI
RED CROSS HEADACHE z permanent cure you' 'must correct ,' so that dollar given by the Juvenile Court law the Child Labor s groves I
: > make
the trees. Far more delightful are ed while'mixing up to a smooth
'and NEURALGIA REMEDY your habits.In the meantime' public could be"used.directly for little. law and manyv other have been 'cake'and'waffles 'I'
Bak.'tn hot
the .'biscuits, breakfast :jsoft dough. .oven. When
Tablets. They are rneed. .largely l brought about thrq, effort I'
Relieve* neuralgia and chronic headaches. children In.: our made with .grapefruit milk ''self-rising flour i*. used, omit the
Free) from opiates, quickly easy to take and most agreeable 111et'eet. What It Doe. *. buttermilk or. clabber. There Is Just baking powder and 'salt.I "
absorbed and producing Immediate relief. .; >They only cost'a quarter., Society's,' chief has been Five. Thousand Kiddies Cared '' '
.. Particularly recommended for The work Q""' a delightful taste that the ,.eld of. the I I Breakfast Los Four Persons piaklng .

ea're.u1tlpe' from excesses.. lJ placing, 'of, homeless vandi<*>bandpne< :, .... ' For, fruit,, impart Several l. years age Shad ,, ,,.18 Takes" (the best looking. get. ,
,This and More than'one hundred other I The inner self warns us of the danger and orphan children 'in carefully selected In the different department of our 'an' exhibit af the Polk county ting the two'1extra one).-.3 teacup Y

Bed Cross Remedies and Toilet Preparations of not' keeping our promise when family ,homes. for permanent work over .five thousand 'six' hundred fair of grapefruit biscuits.- Those,Iof, self-rising flour,! 1, teaspoon of
I' sold and ;
guaranteed only by Itis sacred like'our ; ,
,, a one) war savings received"our
t. I lover care;' education and training.foruseful children have care and twelve biscuits were D..kedtor by ail ugar, VI pt. cup :jof graysfnilt"mtf: ;; '
:. CENTRAL DRUG STORE; pledge., I citizenship. attention-or placed in good' ,,homes .. '
many tourists' a*, were delighted and In which: l.tea'poGllaoda IT dl4olved -,
'h" fr---, --- Mothers, ,and' Children Kept TogetherThe --* remarkable record of service. thus went out a* silent but. expressive .-( ; enough :w.tee'addd'to, malL.

.-i f r J Ill! aim"of.the Society to keep 821 little ones- have been cared fot witnesses to our northern 'sister .' _tiff batten 'Bale* :on.a hot greased 'i'

families homes' during the. past nine months,. of the .wonderful l. posibilitles. 'of our'griddle or* waflTle".rIron-or'.bake;;' ...:''fa-
net to 'de.troy. them 'A large chil Our Plea for Help. southland. muffin,rings, .- J VJTry j
dren's boarding house i t. conducted Never in all our sixteen: years of service The best way' to "milk" grapefruitIs these receipt, bouaewwwae'. ,

Jacksonville ', where children are have we needed money food and to cut a email opening' in the'end join the' boat of ,.wom n:'who'ipraisis-V:

reared lor',.widowed mothers who are clothes a* we .do right, now ,. Please and thus YOI1'avoid the seeds in Florida_ for all its 'wonder and beatfv .,
permitted to f pay' 'whatever they are .io your level best for us-right' now. I squeezing. The following receipts are I tie*: -' ']

3!P..P'1fl.I6IJ'IS! able' toward the, cost, of their chil Very sincerely,. 1 tested and tried for the past four B. one: of those -who declare: .that' !

i dren' care. .Hu dred..of little ones .tHE CHILDREN'S. HOME SOCIETY :pears on. my family-of three (that' I It i* the best 'state"to .live'in. and the

: ; and. their 'mothers have been' kept : OF FLORIDA 'where.most of us housewives try'all I bet state todie; from.-M .. E: If.|.

from' 'separation by' the Society' .during ? our experiments' before' we launch VanSlckler: 'in ,Lakeland legrana. ,
.. .- -- its 16 yean'of work: "Florida's Greatest Charity. "
Conduct a Receiving ;Home. 128, St. James .Bid?., JaCksOnville'j CREEK swallowed '120 grain .of bichloride.of: .' '

,The Society conduct a receiving I P'la. Marcus C. Fagg, SHINGLE mercury with:a suicidal. Intention,.on

All Now ., the way from Okeechobee to this city- {
inw .and' wife are here
I. D. Morrow .
this afternoon. ;MV.. and Mr Apple-'
DEPLORABLE CONDITIONS AT from Bucyrus Ohio visiting at the yard had'' started t from Palm Beach

Pink 'Wrappers THE STATE "REFORM SCHOOL"has home of the former' brother, H. W. acompanied by their little daughterand -

l Morrow. .a young woman friend named
Raymond Niswonger, who is picking '
'- -- Dorcas Hartl.ywlth the intention of
..1' .. (By Herbert Felkel in Tampa been grossly mismanaged; that and packing' oranges at Waco, visiting west coast'' points Reaching,
theboys have ben ill-fed and are ill- w.s' here for a few days the latter Okeechobee, they decided ;itoreturn
'' Tribune.)
To tin foil 'Sam
4\ save: clothed; ,that many of them are barefooted part .of'last week"returning, Monday. "nd it'was pn the waJ'rtromJ":, }
That the so-called'"reform school" Mr.. and -Mrs. J. F.'' Niswonger are aa1d'tohave
and thinly clad; that the bedding this city that ,rAppleyard '': :
WRIGLEYS ,is now all wrapped, or State: Industrial School for Boys at in the hospital Is merely a collection enjoying a visit with their daughter, taken the poison.. >> *' AppleyaHJaa p
Mariana i i. '*o conducted a* to be a of old mattresses cement Miss Bessie who arrived last. week *'at ,
on a pharmacist employed! ? iSpeer'*
iM--'= .in pink and' hermetically' disgrace to the. State of Florida and floor, a* Dr. Klock stated and that from" Springfield, Illinois.Mr. drug store 'in 'Palm Beach/and,sit ti.
; paper it.,people;-that it has been lamentably the .bed linen Apparently has nearer andMrs. B. Johnson and small said he',claimed he was tired:of;lif...,

: mismanaged. and its hapless; Inmates visited a laundry since first put into son, of 'Jacksonville are visiting at H. was the office HDr.lH: ( *
# :. sealed in: wax: abused by conditions which the I. P. Tisbn home. .
.. use; that the mattresses are damp, D.,Clarke and'afterward .removed to
,,1.\ would disgrace a German pris and that the. roof of the: building Shingle Creek school house narrowly one of' the hotel., His,dath',1s'oer.
on'camp; that the board of commissioners Teaks. t" escaped destruction by fire tain within 'a few-days!'if, his. story
"" of ..tate'niJtitutlona whiebI. Tuesday from, a' '.1 ( That when the committee assembled proves true." Meanwhile;every, cant
'r( ;l 1. The. tangey' : eaFEI 1 made up of the governor' and his in the mess hall with the boy for by prompt work of the teacher1' and will be. given him ''by friend of his

a9! flavor .of mint ," cabinet has been neligent, to say the dinner on Thanksgiving Day they pupils the damage was confined to 'a father,'who has '!been notified : r least;' 'that the report tecently madeto small hole in the roof. rash .' )
found that the lads ,not given ; act. - *
the United State ,Public Health were iMr. and Mrs. I. P. Tison 'and A. N. .. ..
Service by' its representative, Dr. .G. knives or fork with which to(handle Bronso'n are among those employed CORRESPONDENTS WANTED

I 2. The luscious' W..Block' of Dytona'wa'warranted. '': into their their''food,hands and took and ,gnawed piece of at them meat at the Bronson packinghouse in. KIssimmee. .The Gazette 'wants a correspondent "

and true la the'virtual'summing up' -
,. -: erent"'f1av t: after the manner of savages. In every community in o.ceola'iountT}
of the 'committee e of the Jegisture'aent'to'Mariana -
o' i .pe and which reported'back'to Th.t' 'although 3,000 pounds'of' F. M.. APPLEYARD SAID TO Send in'.the new*;It. will .help' the .
smoked: meat was purchased sometime and will keep iou faction'be t'
the legislature body HAVE ATTEMPTEDSUICIDE, paper { *.
that the dismissed{ '
,r 3... The'.southingvorpf today., : superintendent ago at recently times refused -to ,-.;;..- for the public., -- .

t N The report of the .five' member honor requisition for supplies of it Fort Pierce Nov 28--F. M...Apple- }

?r ., jpeppermint' Senators Hughlett and Anderson-and' and finally two-third of the purchase yard of Palm Beach, known *s "Jim" ................. ....Q'

Representative-'Crew Miller and ......burled after it had spoiledand Appleyard and son of T. J. Apple- ." .. ,
'" . r y) ,.Hamblin-doer not .coincide with the become unfit for use. yard_ __ u state_____ printer_ !i..__alleged___ to_have .' FAITH.JUTIFlED-. : ' .. y
: >BY IEVIENT.1 .. N
report which the board of comm .
; sioners' of state institutions,made to That .there is "a very insanitary Tb. ..treng' witti.ani'" >loi t: .' ..- '. ... '
,; ,All\ in"pink-end packages and ; the) after Dr. Klock'*'severe arraignment condition in the' bakery, with the --,,.Cold Better Than UM Weak .' '.I'cI' lot.bnleve'that drastic 41
pries building unscreened. That there, are
"' You must have Health Strength and En: force need be applied to main* 4,
> of the 'neglect'of the no books In the reading or recreationroom dnrance to fight CoIdIoGrip and InfloinzL .tain, economic'distribution .
,; t,,-all :sealed :air-tight Be Sure state'." ward' and 'gros. mismanagement for the bo)'..-* That idleness. has ''When your 'blood i" not In beahbrcondltioa .' sane ne :of''suppfes bythe 4f t'J '

;' of the institution. been",the1 JUl4..and :that, the, superin and doe not circulate propertr. pe-at'JUJ tlt7-. f IDIdeul PIO'' ..
: ':tc get'" WRIGU. because ,7310 committee' 'report, while it t.eIIdellt.reeently:dismissed was negligent your system is' tmabl* to" withstand U . ple.,and have'learned deep ..,.- :
j' ? Winter cold .. '
f 'fi)
; does not go fntO' ; of 'even,hi* plainest duties.. .'add abiding rfalth. to'tl* JnteUK
'( >" < shocked the,member the' of OROYCfS TASTELESS CWU TONIC ....C4I.Qf.the average 'Americantustnea ;";'
# '" \"r" IJ' > of Would Take It:Oat, of.Hand '
-f' .' stated thatthe': institution r__ the em'ACaIDat: Funs nao.wboe; aid we an-, _; '
\ ture. It Present Board,
''''.' ". ADd In4uenaa. aDCI. ttctpat and 'depend.ea .to rente,4Ii; d',
: e :Flavor ; :Lasts!i '' The committee 'recommend that ..Dapproprl.tloo' tile Blood. ,.t ., ; ) by the ..
: {l" ; : ,.. orsred. .PM. Nrt Altect.w5.c.i..of .... of. $25,000,be made Immediately It contains the weD-kaown'tonlo pros* th-Uubert'Uoova.C,AiigB*!i-41: ,. ;

,',;;..... -- - . .- .. h." tdnto OOIKIM8'..a .!...bsttettbuorda..rrHtw ..... ......tAZAIBROMO ,available' for'.the school mat ooepMbU of Quinine to the most aDd delicate Iron In. ttQI'IIK. 'farm. ',.s.'10." "1$11... '"!t '" .'" "" ::4P..

Md eon aot taw MTTOMM** and.that,th* annual wage of the.auperintendent aDd I* pleasant to take.: You can ooa feel ';

: [ L.H, JX :. J:2,1J: 1 ,.leek... bt.s.11y ibM- sIane. .T-l-f.tit bCT..... w.. full 0a01S. .. D4 JOe.:,:1, bar ,raUed to ,'2,500 so Jta Strooft..ID. - ign ..UDC... urecn.-'- "; lOa...,,:. .... "".. ,.... ..4. :t ,t"? ',,

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.. ...R .,.,, .,. ,....,... :THE Ililill YA1ILitfAL6t"1- :"lrlf ?:"""' ti'::Yli' r.: 5 k,Ic .1' '': Y l r; .. '" (

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gar.*Oliver; -Savannah., ,, d.f Mrs.. : his father, did. ? . ,e (when the",foU wing: members, 'were'chosen I' . .t.t., . OO. . .ut. .. . ...... .. .. . .. ot. .. . .,.. .

;I BSS III t EE VALLEY CAZpE f Eugene BryanTh. . ,. /. I I The service for Sunday: afternoon'''I' I to direct c'the work'of'', 'the society' # .:al

? ,... ...... pretty rooms'"weJ"attractivewith '' ; will be on, the blasphemy of'the1 Holy :"for'th.:' yekr. ,,1919).) 'President, '.. .
:.* ''. ...Uak.. BveryTall "....-.-....,.. tiI cut a color,scheme:of .Ghost. This has always 'been a Mys Marion'Carson: ; first-vice,, JMrs.J. .:

.any. '.....- .y 0...... c......,. yellow and a Thanksgiving? motif tery. Come, and I will forever settle ..W. Wilder;E second-vice,. Mrs\ ; .J. L r
1UaIII. .. n.Ne.w. decorated the score cards and the I the question in your mind. shout it Earl Lnpfer;. secretary. Mrs, E., S. ,

B. ......... P*....... dainty dishes holding the salted] nuts if the word of God' will 'settle it. I Hall;, t..u..r,..loll'll. W. H. Jones, .

B. O. Vaae Acsiew. fe.rNaryhkeb. which were served throughout the Services conducted by D. A. Water and chairman of personal'ae VIce department

( ... ;. M Hev 11 games. *,. the Southern Eva'agelist. Mrs. 'N.-.C. Bryan. Mrs. '

.a..rt.d.. Mte.i Four tables of players enjoyed Hall and Mrs. Bran were reelectedto : -' i 1 1 f

One Copy. One Tear.________' bridge, Mrs. II C. 'Piano making' high BRIDGE PARTY. succeed themselves.' M.... J, 'A, "
One Copy. 8l' Montha______.i ICI" and Mrs. Eugene Mrs. Belle 'Lee, of Baltimore, 'who Barclay was mode reporter
: One Copy. Three MI>Dtb.-._____ ,96il. score for members; press I have just. ,
Bryan winning ,the visitors prize, is ,a guest at the Graystone While for the year. ., f. .

All 'eomIDIIDI correspondents.tlon. except must frond Gura.tborla" beejigned both prices being Thrift Stamps in here looking after her grove interests I During the. social hour Mrs. P. K. brou hr a'dandy 4

by U..'writer. accordance with the custom of. the charmingly entertained a number Weaver assisted Mrs. Bryan' in' serving 4f 1 ,

..Rejected called matter for. will not b* returned.bras .club, of friends Friday/night at Bridge.: sandwiches, cakes And hot tea. line of Inexpensive/C ,

. At the conclusion of the games the\ Four' tables of players 'enJoyed this "",
Kntered In the Postofflee at Klsslm- I Ithe
satr( Florida, second-class. matter.) tables were daintily*lai.eacbcenter.! ,popular game, Mr. .J.. S. Cadel-making HOME DEMONSTRATION'tiif te brM/LJA .;.

ed- with a bud vase holding a yellow high score, received a beautiful KITCHEN'OPENSATURDAY '"tfjf/l
I- .
chrysanthum, and a .delicious salad Japanese lamp,, and Mrs. Howard Home Demonstration-, Kitchen w de5arniIy '\

MeeR course including wild turkey'salad., Katz was awarded a lovely' hangingvase The I

n olives, potato chips; .sandwiches and as second prize C. W. Ward : established in the room In the Stan- they ere rigM m ..,

11'1; hot chocolate was served, received the gentleman". first prize,! ford-Miller block, will be open to the .',10
tigsrATf housewives' on' each Saturday from Our Store ,"
a book, and E. D. Katz was the fortunate -I ,
I ED. WHALEY PASSES ,AWAY. winner of a nut set, .' 8:80 a. m. to 12 o'clock: and from .Ito ," .

The community was shocked Thursday The affair 6 pi: m. Miss Albina Smith has faryou. e'
party was a patriotic ,
"when known that Ed her office to this room
it became details moved county
I all prettily, carrying out the![
Whaley, one, of the best known pioneer -. thought. The score cards were dec and will be 'present during these

PaEbSPy I citizens of.this section had passed orated'with the flags of the Allied I hours to supply visitors with bulletins 'w

'away'at his home on'Clyde", avenue. countries. The -atractive' nut baskets i on home demonstration subjects -- --

Mr, Whaley had "been'Suffering-from displayed tiny.ullk flags tied with red land advise them subjects.
an 'attack of influenza and had been The': kitchen is supplied with .a THE '
ribbon a, and the Individual'.I eI'were CENTRALS NURSE SAYS:
FRIDAY, DECEMBER. I, 1918 seriously In. but was thought to beimproving. with cherries and centered with steam' cooker among' other equipments .
. .
.- He became worse. a few and the ladies are invited to \ Folks
Oh bone dry blll-l small flag.Sandwiches. "Here I am;again
a ,
.. you days. ago 'and died about .9 o'clock ., coffee and salted' nuts, prepare dishes for their Sunday' din .... news; . .... ,d. ''. t" . ....

Hon. N. C. Bryan seen. to. .be A Wednesday night The funeral Ice 'cream and cake were served at ner,here. It will be desirable to arrange With. all' good. for you'

power' in',the legislative body. services -will be held at' Rosa Hill the conclusion of the, games.' I for 'the use. of the cooker jo Of Santa Claus:and..Christmas'. !. : ::.If' <' .' ,; : i
I .
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1 cemetery today at.2'o'clockkey. O. The. invited guests ,were: Mayor prevent' crowding at certain hours, And Peace ancTPresents too: '

This' sohooj) kiddies will be glad to B. Falls-pastor'of the First Baptist I and and Mrs. J. S. Cadel), Mrs How and any one wishing' to u.e'it.should I .., *" y '
the' hollcb vacation will be of' Church will conduct the services.. with Miss Smith. .
earn, y ard Katt.!Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Katz, confer Allis well thltf: year, Folks /V "
two reeks duration this year, as'urDon't'fi1I Mr. Whaley.leave. a widow and six Mr." and Mrs C. Later In the season 'when canning' '"
G. Livingston, Mrs. ,
:, IIAL small children 'two: and four is in order it is probable that"'Miss j' sr And Peace. on .
. \ girls ..
S. H. Bullock Miss Mildred .
.. \ ,, .*. "* ,' Turville, : : > j'A
- our boys: Hi* moUier. ,,Mrs.-Harrift Whaley. Mrs..'Edgar!: .QHvef/of..Savannah;Mrs, Smith will open the,kitchen'. other 4. '!Forget: your U l ;
isUrpontbf .
to renter : 7-
: 'is half-brother;, R.; C Barber and dayarid'that community Scanningsmay "
And oall'
'oiltheVAmeriiin\ Marion'Canon, Judge J. F. Perkins,: tMhk things" ) sane
Chroma-.. half-iUter ,
'1 : ,':Mrs.: Jv Cape;. are other of DeLand D Landis c 'of De- be heid. At prellent-.he'1.; busy "l" : ; : 'J''
Cary : fi.-- *
Red 0) ;+! v..'?Vnir r a). jnetnbership,: jltfcr.'siu-v: ynC1re1} tlve.'witb'a, num- Land and Mrs. Blackmore., I with field work and' with arranging ." : .,.- )'Mak others hippy with presents,- Folks '
notfun4e, l.'r:1.: ':ots .;: fcertf*iiephew/ *and 'nieces. W. I. the detail. 'of the canning: club'.contest .. ",-v- ( ''''t . .- ., .t. ; .V

pai. I'; I ., . ,, ". "r >tt, Barber,. ,the "county.t x assessor, is and DeLand Mrs., Cary Blackmore.D., Landis,.of DeLand, This will be, held next week, "'e.have somCJor:; : all.. . \ ;,

'I 'Already'\: ',1' Klssdmmee mein, honora a'nephew of the deceased.--, though owing' to bad roads the girls .Oet":your'dear.ones a beauty,. Folks,- . ,.

} .Mr., Whaley was bon August 4th. will not be asked to assemble In' Kia- !
With the '
service boy ball.
baby a
'ed 'f >military'
& . .
1877- near Kissimmee Park, and has simmee as on previous occasions, but .,
t are returning to their rnnes} hare lived all of his life in this neighbor I ADDITIONAL LOCALS I will send in their record books, the t '
I : and; entering their former' bccupatteiis. : Central Drug Store
I hood. "While he started'out in life as !
.. . ,1W r ti jr *; ; /'
'\ a..J> 'of limited means he has amassed I 1
qy ,
; -* i. .Mrs. H.; W. Grady the advance .
Ta Ssjaare Deal Place, Phone 41
.f The last of November. said to be a fortune in stock, grovassand\ agent for the well known lecturer, 'fruits. This exhibit will not exeeed r

'the wettest'fiveconsecutive days in acreage' tracts, and is known as'one Dr. Varney, line received word that,ten containers from. each club mem- o. . .. .oo.o. . ... ... . . . . .... . .... .. . .... ..
v of the wealthiest men in this section. ber.'
November since the
!Florida any Mrs. la-suffering attack of
He handsome home on Clyde: Varney an I I The prize. winners will receive (hir .
ought a
?a .1'-weather bureau wu establiibed. That influenza, and will be obliged to cancel ... . .. .. t. .
be ell" Florida .Ngvpnnbr avenue and moved .his family here rewards at the regular short course
may but. all dates for the Welfare ''Institute
i u ,.. this to his chl1dre J which will be held, some time in Jan
J" school.
days will be dry now. ..,, _, year put { which }
to have been
if ""),(1'';" Whnley's life wa; .one ,pf usefulness the were 'itis held i.nary.. It is'probable' 'th prizes will BARGAIN IN COUNTRY ESTATE
during month of December; !
'You just 'can't keep ''progressive ; and self denial, and he. is'ev- ; i consist of Thrift Stamps,'though' that
not known when
just the meeting can
i county like Voluela' out of the lime erywhere spoken of as a'manAbso has not been settled. definitely''yet. ,
be makes
arranged for. Mrs. Grads"
light., The state is',tin admiring when De-jts lutely honest, one i.whose \Integritywas her headquarters in Kissimmee'and' Bethink; -it-.well. before ,.you ', ', We-. 'hare dr'.ale, a place that 'we'consider absolutely ,the, most, j
+ Million Dollar Triangle never questioned Mr. Whaleysdeath '
will be here, for some time. other thorn to your conscience, by beautiful estate in 'FI rida.' We'think aa ap- a
Land. Daytona, and Daytona Peach will be deeply iet11'\ many 1
N. ennectedwith failing to keep ,war ''savings propriate title for it would be
M. Harris, formerly your-
petition the state to graptthe'right warm friends who know,,that ;3n) ./,finis '

1 ; t of franchise to its:women citizens.! passing away the community has lost the Osceola County High School: pledge... -" "A HAVEN OF REST"
now employed in the munition'factory .
one of her most respected and useful '"
,t' 4' O.ceolaconnty: baa:a.home .d,roontration citizens.:;" .: ail in West Point, Va.. spent TKur MASTER'S SALIB.,. or >"AiLLiONAiRES'APARADISE'' .,

';kitchen. .ejqplpped with i a CLIFFORDDeath day 'in. town, greeting', his old friends Notice by-virtue In h..r..byIv.n.of a1 Final Decree, that In unddrend the '" It Is located between two sparkling! crystal lakes, surrounded ky + 6,

.i %' steam pressure, cooker,and other conveniences D -cLAIM"SMRS.. At Jacksonville he was Joined;I by. cue of M. C. Bryan, vs. Harry. Bryan beautiful, tropical trees, sod tn' a community of magnifieUntbosses. i +#'
and Daisy Bryan his wife defendant
?A; where the house wives'may cast 'its shadow over .tlje Charlie.Reger< who came here for pending: In.dCI:1: ; Circuit Court of the It Is only three Miles from one of Florida's industrial '

,, semUe to study;cookery tad to pre community" Saturday, claiming.rr, the 'hoUda .. Mr. farris I is on his Seventh Florida In and Circuit for Osceola of Ihe County.Stateof cities, and .. one-half mile from the Dixie Highway., equip.;

,: pare meats' and other dishes for their Clifford, wife of P. C. Clifford, way for,.a hunting;., trip 'in the EVer- In Chancery Matter ,In the Chancery undersigned, will ai self Special at pod with all saodeni conveniences: ; has ,elevew! ,acres-:l I.rJoti: .

)amen. This is practical food 'con- who Is connected withthqVliford glades.. public: outcry,, tor cash In band.' to the eight rotom modem house, a Urge variety *f fruits, cad a' Iaad-
t ,'enatlon.I highest bidder, at the front door of the that artist would revel at Alter ""
Lumber! : Company, and.'pSgmtnent: Dan Hirtzel received official notification Court House Kimmlctee.Countyof O.- nape aa aa opportunity to paiat -
"' .' resident of Kissimmee '.. 'from Washington this week ceola State of Florida, during the lelral seeing this. place one would think of the price reaching to sevea"

''," fl One of the Most attractive features Mrs': Clifford became ffl\wJth.influ} that ,hi.' lion:" oward was slightly of hours January of -vale, A.I, on ltl Monday., the,following the Sth day d figures, but "we have' it listed" at the astonlshUg' price of cal ly

'+bout Kissimmee is her band. Last enza about a week ago arid developed w $de4''o'n''Sfpt-: while ;fight-- crlbed tract of land situated In the $8,5OG.00. t .
County ofOnceola.. State' of Vlorlda, "
? Sunday afternoon at the regular con pneumonia. Everything' &W Milne Ihlt'-' cb 1iis'comp'any in France. '',Mr.JUrhell" to-wlt: Lot Thr_ ,(I) of Block Three .'. < '
.*. '* *"it "was noticeable how popular ..' (2)) of Roblnioh'i Addition to Kl..lm- '
to alleviate her suffering which medical been in communicationwith' nice wn by plat recorded among :.I UTCBINS' & COMPANY' .
winter -visitors record f
the music with the
,r was t skill could devise, but to no avail, 'Ills'Borf ever since he the of Osceola, County Florida, { '
In' together with the tenements, hereditaments
who assembled parking, "
and, she passed away Saturday morn went to the hospital, arid the last let and appurtenances. :
"ORLANDO'.1" : :
'the city well. ,FLORIDA
the residents of as
and ter' he received: Informed him that he Dated December Snd, 1118. "
ing at 10:30: o'clock. .- Z. BASS.,

r', l Cars 'of'were Broadway parkedoll'akngthat Sunday, and section 'o Her mother, Mrs. B. W."., .. Cannon, .is now i fully' recovered. KRIBBS i'fAKERMAN f Chancery, .. .OO. OO..O..OO.O..O. . . .. . .i. ...:
and 'sister Mrs HaroldivBruna'' 'invf The Maddocks Park Stock for
: Com- Solicitor. Complainant (1-tt.
life number of out of town parties'motor- .
Georgetown, S. C., had ;been.>.wired) pany will play a three days engagement ,
d here"for the concert, in, fact the FOR QUICK ACTION TRY. A GAZETTE "WANT AD"BUV
f, 'organization I. sn attraction that for .as soonjas her conditionthreat at the Graystone Casino, beginning Classified Advertisements s sFOR ,

cannot equaled. Few Florida towns ened to become,serious, and they.'.im Monday, Dec. 16th. The comp-

;; the mediately "started south-.butr;,, were: pany carries twelve people and 'are .u ,.,
band during
have kept a together
stopped at Savannah by the news'.fcf using all Royalty plays. Mr. Mad. 8ALB HIT Ford touring-", car In ,
!- ; strenuous year just passed, and the flrt cla. condition. Must have the
her death, and were told that the remains docks wilt. be remembered as one of money by the 6th of Dee. Inquire
.' "t Xissimmee organization' deserves it a would be shipped to her. for- the Maddocks Field Co., that used to 8.pd.FOR.R. Chapman, loa Mabbett St. (0-lt
lot of credit for the public spirit '
mer home at Georgetown; for Interment come to Kissimmee during the Pas-
d'' Ins shown BALE--Thirteen. acre
t- nt : Mr. Clifford wait arable* to time Theater days, and was a great grove and truck land t-aore orange grove; .

accompany the body of his''wife-fas favorite. also horse, wagon, buggy harness. '
: FOOD ADMINISTRATION and farming Implements. 'Add..... OUR.GROCERIES'.,
he stricken down with the diet A. J. Thumber
was On Thanksgiving number of Klaslmmee Fla. K.
j, F. D. 1, Boa 60-Zt-pd. I
,. .-. ease, as was also his .mother,' Mrs friends were entertain, at the hospitable 'ci:

While the duties of the food ad- R. Clifford' who was visiting here:c. 'home of Mr. and Mrs. H. .G.Slever FOR but BALEShetland'pony can be uaed as saddle ,pony Is blind or In 'AND BE

I' ministration) are not so arduous since from Georgetown.Mr. Patrick and Limit streets. harness, perfectly. gentle. Price
111.60. Mr. A. E. Smith Club
the signing 'of the. armistice and the Clifford's father was sent for', The party began asembling at nine House. 'gQ-lt-pd: APPV ANDEAlnlFJJL

cessation 'of hostilities, still the obligation and his brother-in-law, Dr. Brown, o'clock, and at oneo'clock a very FOR SALE-Two Dairy Cows. M. O. i ,

of the American people to con from Camp Johnston. delicious dinner was served.: The evening Wells IK Mabbett. St. 4$-tf r

verve foods and help feed the starving was spent in music, conversations POSITION WANTED aa Nurse, 10.00 N1
: CARD OF THANKS recitations per week. Mrs. Ada, Frace. 810Hnghey DURING THE.
E' + people abroad is urgent. County and relating dreams. .
We.desire to street 4 -41.
r Food Administrator Pledger )has been express our gratitudeto Those .present were: Geo. C. Crawford u:
the friends for their acts of FOR RENT Nice Furnished House:
many "OLIDAVS''AND' -
'requested! to bring this necessity before kindness during the illness ,and death and Harry Scott of Orlando, Mr. Apply to J. MePhatter. zs-tf
the people,of Osceola and .be- and Mrs. O. B. Siever and daughter.
of Mrs. Paul Clifford, and our deep FOR BALm-Ei..1Ity., acres; IS acres
apeak in a nation- Mrs..-J. W. Watson. the mother of cleared and under fence: I acres in ALL
appreciation for their beautiful flo..Jtributes. : bearing ; fl.000 worthof
vide effort along this line. Words 'what Mrs. W. J. Sears and Miss Sue Watson cypress .tfmb.r on tract: four- NEXTYEAR
s-- Mr:, Pledger called a mass meetingfor cannot expre.s had.the misfortune to fall Sun- room house and kitchen.. Also (0
human sympathy to us means in out head of cattle and a good bunch) ol ,
Tuesday night, but inclement hour of irreparable loss.P. .. day evening' and'dislocated,her'shoulrder. range hogs. loose on the range.Farming A ',0 >A t
weatherahd., the of the tool. and Implements. Located
re-appearance It was thought for a while that
C. Clifford, near Kenansvllle. Price .1100, '
"flu", in 'town rendered a minimum c'. the bones were broken but an exam half cash, balance terms to .uI1s.B.H. ... .
Mr. and- R.Qilf'ord tFARMERSS.n4
Mrs. Guy, Kenansvllld. Fla.
:attendance; Mr. Pledger will continue Ination 'b, an X-ray, showed no fractured -
B. W.
to issue his instructions through Cannon andv. amily. ; today for a free samle -
,, ue. bones, though Dr. -Christ, of copy of the FlortcJ.Farmer and '
'" '.the paper, confident that the people A PRUDENT MAN WONT SWAt-; : Orlando, who is treating' Mrs. Watson tockman, published at Jacksonville. .

,)';j.( a twill observe them as rigidly. as during' a LOW A POTATO BUG AND?} 'stJted that the muscles are'badly ing Tells, poultry about livestock citrus fruit raising and truck-dairy- T : .

r ; the war Period.. THEN TAKE PARIS GREEN "f bruised Mrs. Watson is confined, to ing twice. a month at 100 per year- x

r .The message .of our continued duty. TO KILL HIM. '%" .! her bed and suffers greatly from ,her three general years for farming 11.00. paper Only livestockand In ,the, KEEPING IN "GOOD PHYSICAL CONDITION"" IS A MATTER!.'.,..
s) to the foodless nations will be carried , accident. state; Write today. OP EATING GOOD FOOD. WE SELL THE GOOD FOODS'' YOU ...

' ', to all parts of-the county in the'pres. A tent meeting; ; going on'Sne- FOR 8ALB5-.One of the best bargains NEED TO KEEP YOU HEALTHY. AND ,A HEALTHY BODY'"

d lent campaign. The next meeting1-': rona. street, fourth block. Y?: BAPTIST 'MISSIONARY SOCIETY Homeseeker-In a house. In want Klaslmmee a snap., K 'Call MEANS A HAPPY? DISPOSITION. '

'e !to be held at.St.' an early Services every night at 7 o'clock, ELECTS OFFICERS 1:10 100: Bryan.p. m. Street for further at any Information.J. time after. I RjGHTNOWWE HAVE 'MANY NEW 'FANCY',GROCERIES..'''' : "

iiate, and at 11 a. m. end, Bp. m., and.;? A. BARCLAY. ... THOSE DAINTY LITTLE THINGS THAT LOOK SO GOOD' ON"

P. m. Sunday, ut' : A:; large attendance;;: marked the FOR RENT-l-room house,.furnished;; I YOUR TABLE AND TASTE SO GOOD WHEN YOU EAT 'THEM.; r

r , PRETTY THANKSGIVING PARTY .Will, have good song service, 'an5 regular meeting' of the Baptist Missionary 10-room house furnlshettf housekeeping YOU CAN SAVE YOURSELF A LOT OP 'WORK AND WORRY"AND '

; r V:: !FOR;, BRIDGE CLUB.: . good'"solos and:, duets' 'every :night.' Society,held 'December 8,". at ,.! roomeL.. HI JD.unfurnished.W.lle "U.dwellings.Mrs. HAVE MORE TIME TO ENJOYYOURSELF.d. J ti

: the Everybody invited to come and.bring the home of Mrs., N.C 'Bryan, .Clyde DWELLINGS for' rent. .Apply, to. U. COME IN-1 HEY COST'BUT' LITTLE. .- ....
, : The 'Thanksgiving' meeting of your Bibles.1; I propose to answer avenue. Tlller. . ,

.:Bridge[ Clu1...".. held on Tuesday iof an,.,'Bible'question. 'We'ask-sand answer Mrs. 0. B.-;'Falls was In charge of JI'OR,8.ALE-8114..n4c Ford A'

.IhC'"eeli'a\-th' : Couptrjaub: ), with' questions. 'The 4ulst4} !*for the prOgram'ancl'preaentee! an inter- at. attractive prices.. ,,Osceola, Motor. .
{Mrs;: (1:-c. Livingston .s: hostess; Saturday night will be:this,'':"There estlnt-reView" 'of the progress of the Co., lOT Broadwayv' : : .TIm:: COT PRICE CASH:' GROCERYPHONE
.'entertained members 1 FOR SALE! On; 'Emerson1' TypsWNter.model .
who' the of the were two-persons that .was never!,boJ1: Baptist ,Missionary Society in the ed three, visible M good as new. ,
club and 'their out guests, that died and there \'f.h Oaaelte.. ..
; were nation of women in China. Apply ValUy_ tf. 141 = 422 BROADWAY *:,. IY.' ,
; Mrs.. Gland Lee of, Baltimore Mr:. war born that never did'di.;+ Md""' annual *'
election!of of Acer*,was WILL TRADE or exchange city property 'OUT OF TOWN ORDERS ;>,"'*#
J&oy. iChalker,of'lAk. 'City J Mrs. $di oldest ;lniA! j'tlld rvQ;t d' Igd J>e.oi11f held at thf conclusion of the program,l of any for kind country.&.Co''property MJller. ,or' stock JI-U :-- -::-- ,' SHIPPED, SAME, 'DAY. ,k. ,


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We:have'just ',received' 4: .,;dozon>//Ii' Ladies''.Hats: which, are' $4.00, $5.00 and. $6.00, ( values, .but; we :are, ,selling them for

$2.19. :$2.49 and $2.98 each. You, wonder, how we can offer such values, here is' the .reason-: We\ .*

r. :. are member, of ,a merchants syndicate which buys for' over 600 stores. : ,-< : .f\\\\ '

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; I! We are: showing: a. large :assortwst...ofHANDKtRCHlEFS .ladies'' file Quality" Men's' Ribbed Union ,Suits, ? ,$2.00 Large, Size: Celptes Castaere;,Beqwt ';

WHITE and ,BLACK HOSE Men's Ribbed. Underwear. the garment 1.25 ,SOAPy ': '...\ : t '

.to- Come- in" and. see_ th m. r The pair, .35c' Boys' Union Suits ,- tOO." A 35c value,, oar.'price: '25c, :

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'When you ;Dye Dye, Right., Use For Sale:-:A pair of fine fox
fy' '. INTERESTING LOCAL' ITEMS:* II Putnam Fadeless-Dyeel.slllcolorsat b-ur\; \t.. 'Will make"goOd cat or'deerdogs. ,....--.A-1 yJ"

Central' Drug',Store... . .- :, "A. E. Thomas; 39-tf.( a
:i' ... ... .. .. .........''IO. ''I arMorn, to 'Mr,....and. Mrs. J. C. C
j better,at their home on Church "St., burg,:''were-'SUftdat vUltort'-In' Kissimmee edr home
; ; | Weather 'Report Friday night, .v; son, 'S ": stftpping' -at the Grayatone; he was employed the,governmentas
hive 'J> )J. B':' Cukhinaiiwas) over'TromSt an electrician for several months,
.* of. _- .' ?:,.-ri; X For, that cough, see us. We r. :
,. the, beat remedy ever, ,at Central 'CloUd Tjaesday"on a professional WLost-Child's trench''Cap,'< army col.
l' ;I Following are daby'tempera-:; 1 Drug, Stor.. Jf I visit She stopped ''at the 'GnY: tone'l ors U., S. Emblem..on' side. Rewardif

three and precipitationsas.-re.ji Jack. a.d,too1 Bean Stalk, the grjeat i;I;ij/Vpjir.'pyeing'? .. ; : \ 'D. easy, hit\ ;you' returned' to Mrs'; II, C...Lightsey
' > ported by Qovernmerit station Is the big fea&Veat'lheXIasino use futniun .... ..e.."Dyes. AH colrs -I' : 49-tf..
; ... ..... ., childlrondertAlay '
Kissimmee k
at tbo *
; ; lo
InC Thursday'Dec, ,bth.,. J918, ,. ,., ,.today; :;gj! ,'.. ; ,(4'at Central: Drug Store':. ' "The fruit is being-shipped'from the
1(' 7 Mu. Min: 'Rain,*,* 'i'roi'ectrUng aitornty "W.+B.' Craw* J 'Jacolr.>Eapedahl.K:< Eapedahl; ,J -1 ta fou.'Lee.Brothers' grove at Finny
,, neis trip to"' .eayrsadChaaNusbaumi all of;Day- Point, thiaSreek. The yield ii,'uriU8U
:t'I 'Thursday. .... "<8$,t"it1' olta.4p fbu. Arcana ,
Friday V".*.. 79 61; returning home' ,Tueeegtg1ltgd4 natr.Vera visitors in[the city Friday ally heavy'this ';year and Is J bringing:- .. 'f ' .' ..- il.\
---.--__ .76 69'!leg' li w Saturday .T .,- 1s..' ... ..._. ..._..... ..
\ SM'US for'your Christmas '" ,For Sale-Six', thoroughbred black Congressman'W.:J.; Sears and wife ... .. .. .. N.4. .. laae_Nrt 14 III;:'.eeele :r
Sunday:t....':.. 74 512 r. ; .14i. present .. r, .t--: !; 1 !rfarl..t' _sad < I. le ,, ) , .,
; Monday" ___.... 66 47 y f\\ \Vel) have a -choice" variety. Central minorca' rooster 'CZZ while they and, Mr. apd Mn./ C. W Griffin-of It U Mr .__......-..f ... ez..rt... .. Su'IaIe a.N. es ...e .Sk.S! ,
Tuesday 70 4,4Wednesday Drug }Store.<:' .,' la t,- ,C..W.; 81leanqutre'Gazette: ; of- Kissimmee, were 'prominent, visitor .... .tr* a uSe rhea t*f 7** t* NT ......._ "
-7---- ', .., t cos '\"' spending'' several, hours in 'Or\..ndjoyeaterday. !*'!. ..t ....tlal that k'a'k;r. '.. > .o.. ."r.llr'. pease* ; "
__ _. 0 43 Llentenants Hall Cousens 'ofDorr'Field'were .
r ? ' ,, and ... ..,....., __.. .... arias. .e 'j .1.1-1
,' ,. !. -* French t; president of '.Rollin'.. Orlando SenttneLW. ,
0' guestdat 'the home ' .. ... ... .
Y. . .. .ton'
'.. of S. L. LupferR.Thank.gwing'and College,':will! occupy'the pulpit at th, R. Fuller, r+cpr ntlne the .1 a, ., Ny....,...cur. .rhe a. any .a...y...-.are....always. t. M a..
t '..k For" Sale 1 _Four mules'W.J.Miller. for the' week-end. Presbyterian"'eburth, "next 'Sunday. I Southern Clay Manufacturing', Company ....-..... ,; ', -- "...T *-f9. is

r .F "I< Jo: a ?4tf.. '1:ii-Pina-Lactuca/ most effective mooring and 'evening; of Chattanooga;;,.Jfenn! ,', was DO, AT.. LBA'T'A PART' OrrVOUH. CHHICTMABSHOPrtlva >] ,T., va\\
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:, C.,S. Acres came in-Monday to look CouCb' Rellledli and contains'! no"opi W. L.: Seamon, M. 7. Gray A. F: here. Monday'to appear: before''thettoard'of . '' TOHB. "

k' after ,buti>aese. at.tbr. county -court ates i&Oc at Central Drug Store. *. 'Wenton'.nd -H.1 E. 'Moore of. Porr 'county"cominlssioners.; ': '

., house. t o' I J. E. Brown of the Central DrugStore Field,, time;' \jI\ ? Wednesday'night:[ .\Mr, and .Mrs.. C..ji,'Tompkins and C- ,H.. GRANTHAM" ; :: -,
Chamio.'skln. while en route to 'from a' son. were here from, Cincinnati .Ohio,' "' ::
: ,' and good ones; all made''a 1 uaneastripto; Tampa .then camp ,J '"Stere". .
1' alzet, 10c- to ,$1-$0,. at , ,'1'" Store., *" .. Monday*nights & .' :I ,,JJ L. ,,SJ>>.tlin has peled'steam' simmee.! They registered at the 11

I:'" J. A.' Law- -of..the- State' 'Board oft For,, ,your .Christmas, Whitm n', vulcanising shop 'at 107 Broadway, Gr.The ystone. ... ...
.' Health-made'one of his''regular 'vi.- Candy. Only a 'limited, supply this and makes a bid for public patronage Talent Tea which: was to have I
through the columns of this week's been given this afternoon at the home'
Its here Monday/
: ; \ year. Get a'box'now. Central Drug
'F.t ; rIra. J.' Wade.Tucker for the bene : '
Gazette. )
'Cutex ,Iof
For'Chrletmaa, a ManicureSet. Store. Our Have Cleaned
I : ,of the Missionary Society of the Boys
f Prices 60c and$2.<< CentralDrugBtore B,.W Cannon of Georgetown, S., C? Mr. and Mrs. Mallori..sVed '
Springfield, Pa.., this"morning; "and M., E.burch., has, been indefinitely
; who'was.cajled l hereby the illnessofJilsJ' I I

..JL.. ,Dr. CH.: .:Summers i cam'e 'do v l "'on-rn-law; JP. C;.'Clifford. arrived' ; I will spend'the. Reason here. They will tpRtloIl.w1'imber, " The Kaiser The .Hun and'' ', I
f pleasantly remember the' I Wanted-We': 'Will. ,
'week: among the ,
;; from, Jacks&riVille to spend. the Wednesday'nighty: pay , .' I
f' his" family : j6r;,J., 8.. ;McEwan ot Orlando, ,was I winter visitors' .,,of Klsslmmeala.tsin-; ; highest' market' price spOt, ca.h'fo., '
'\ r- heir' .. the! MetWpoUtaa QoarUtte $$11[ Klesimmce ,Monday on professional son.' plhe timber. .tot veneering: purposes, ,German Autocracy! -
.' I .. W.:Chapman and wife have loaded on car, any'where'in'25 miles :
t.. budneas. WI. returned ,
(( d 1e 'Edison. ;'at' CenCraT,. Drug He 'accompanied : by .: h9. .4a ,
...,. :cJ t: Walter:;Cary'Elmer,,, from' Sylvester, Ga.. and :will of ,Taft,Fla. Dixie Lumber 3k-, Veneer i *; '.AaryWonderful'
make t tbtb' residence here. Co., Orlando, Fla. iI
'-tit.' George: Girdn.r;'Idi',,8 dai ..,Born, on N<>vJdth, to. :Mr. ,".nd man',haa'acecpted position'with",Mr. Chap- I : .. .1 ?-4t-pd.1 . "
for ;bee .''former home ha Oteego,Mick, Mrs. C. W. Cavanaugh of Baltimore, a'as. ,"l;Harry'Meetch' one.of.:Kiasbnmee'a!: Achievement

'lor";; three-weeks' "ri.itr-, : ; .' kid., formerly ot Kissimmee,. a fcoy Express company .messenger' I I1 st, known winter: ;.residents', arrived i " ,! 4.;:!
Ei: Carieson; Cloud wai ing'towa.Kondayrlooking baby, weight-% pounds. ."j Sugar B.It'RR.' : from ..Harrisburg>a.; {his wefik,' to ( : :
C. ,St., ? : t. '
( LJeutenaniLord : ;Mrs:'of, Orlando spent Join his.father_ F, h"o:cam.pp>} sev- I ,... . . I.... . ,' .. ''J ,
terests In"the road tNet.J after *hi.* in-. Johnston'of''Carlstrom., ; andSergeant''Field, spent the,weekend with'Mrs.: Wm.;C. Ken- ",e a t weeks.**0'M&: M?tat\ Jlae detained i 1 '1 '1';'''y! .'I" ;-,<:<:;<*J-'E,.'- ; .".', .. 0t.. rwifn: ; -4.d"' ,..., '

.Vg MY. :Miss'Grace..and'.Master' : : Hugh, at her Let us OW"c1eeu home '
week-end In''Kis Hamsburg .liome:by the t up"! at ,at 'once r s' ,
First Th1nda'y'arid the. '
Dr J. D. Sibert pastor of the :
; ;
: ; ,, whohas been spending theirThanks- illness her
of : :
.Immee, a. the guests ,of Mr. =:'and mother. but ;.mayjoin :
Methodist:Church left Tuesday night ; giving ncatlon'with' all our business affairs., .
,{ for Bartow'to' attend the annual con- Mrs. J. Wesley''Brown. with their' Mrs., Kenntty, the party later. 1 ig\fhevyea.r... 9.. I
returned mother "
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,Miss ,Katherlne ,Carr, who, J is. ,at. '.' . Mr. and MnJlMS.Dtawdy'> ''ac : We are asking all our customers. to. "clean up" In, '
W. E. Allen
,5, 'ference bending school in OrUndo, came night "agent at companied ''by i their sons Pail and full all account that they owe ua between nowv .

..I ,borne for -a few days this week to station, has received offl-- 4rnieandby'Miss'Qginey.Bass,, of and the close of the ,
for assist .In'carlne forf' cial notification,that his son, GUard year 1918, that-is, during n, ,

.,110m.Mrs,-A.there.W'.s.Sergenti'\.' !,.whp i.'II1at_ ,her J visit V- S. her Carr parents, while,: recuperating Mr.; 'and :Mrs.from W. W< Mien, "was Killed' Inaction in few Avof.hours Park,Wednesday.were'in.Kissimmee. Mr..a/id for'.Mrs.a '"."','..the. next. six weeks.. ,Be sure .to, ,'sire-thia, your, : "' ,., *

attack.of'influenza. France'onOctober 10th. Mr; Allen's Drawdy have moved to Orlando from rrr.. personal. attention., .
.n. -
f' i'ma. of all= friends deeply 'o'tf -1
n.1ie.fChrl present many, ;sympathize with .
"' ,a New Edison, "The Phonograph with Mr. and'.Mi,: J."D...McConnoley, of him in hi.,1081, Tampa toe nearer" their cattle In. 1 ,you- cannot raise, the money we' will.
; a Soar ,for ..ale by> Central ,Drug Chicago,. who. have -jb een;! the guestsoMrs Mr. and 'Mrs. W, M. Barnard and t
Store. ;R;, B. Savage. :.f"the Manhattan Mr. and Mrs. D. S.. Marks have 'received accept,Liberty Bolds,and War, .
v Mrs. M. V.' Leeall of,Sloan; Iowa,
.1 Mr. i and Mrs. Sam Rac dale. mo. hotel'; left ,Monday' for Orlando arrived Saturday,and aro .now plea,,- word from their son Paul,that 'Saving Stamps in payment; ""
,- ;!41r.,.they, grillMake their he has reached America, arid ts ina; :
>Cored to Kissimmee Sunday'for the located the ,
antly 'for -winter in Mr.
with, Mrs. Ragsdale's parents, residence... ;.)..In/' ..connoley/ is .Mrs.WUUaroirfDuncan ,. Barnard's cottage on Main street. hospital in Hampton, Va' Private ,of your account ' '-j' 1 ; :

Mrs. H. M.Pfann- "'={j'f ,fMrs.'J etay 1i tet """I;' ;" .The are old time friends Marks,was among the first troops to -
; ; party of Mr. Tr
the see "overseas" service but disabled PLEASE DON BE A StACKER:
: ; celebrated A' was ,
: ;
R. Waters his returned''toher ) ; and Mrs. J,; BarclaysR ; ;
will at theCailno"'Theater" by a wound in' his'' foot some '
serial star seen'agam ,
s home in Jacksonville afteir ;'a ,; Monday, night in the .,J.- Clifford of'Georgetown, S., C., three months ago, and has been in al1o.pita.l Y respectfully,. <
pleasant visit:with ,her brother. ,JX. arrived in .Kissimmee Wednesday ;
p ,
first\ second episodes of "A Fightfor' since that time..Miss .- i '
W Alderman;.ahd family., night, to be with his,son, P.' C .Clifford ,
a Million All'patrons, Carson ,
W f. 'H,:;>C.:-Plano and;wife' _'entertained urday's; show will" be admitted free ;' who-'is- ill with influenza, He Anne Bryan' ,' secretary , .., Y
'-Sergeants, Witte,and Ludlow,, from was' .accompanied by ,his,son-in-la\lr of finance and publicity on the .. .
the aviation camp,near Arcadfa, for I .Monday night. Capt. F. A. Brown, of the medical South Atlantic Field Staff "of the Y. -
Thanksgiving-the week-end.; Charles L. McKinnis''and'family of corgi, stationed .t''Camp Johnston W, C. A.,, with headquarters at At.I.nte
Otterbien. Ind., arrived,:this week and came home last'week for a few -
'Lieutenant< Nettles 'of'Dorrr' ')Field, J. H. Balsden1.was'. In town' from
x are'' guests. at Mrs. W..ttall' boarding _k'. vacation, to visit her parents,
the'flyers who Kenansville; Monday to be at -
spentThanksgivingand present
was among house, while looking about for aple.sant fix-Senator and' Mrs. C.. A. Carson.On '
week-end here. the meeting,of'the school board. He
the location ,(for- the winter. her return to her duties,Jabuary .. ,
He was the guest of W. B. Crawford was' accompanied, by Mrs.- JJalsden,
They i will be remembered ae spending first'she will move headquarters
Misa Mattie Miss Leslie
and family.
the winter'here :years ago to Richmond, Va. Miss Canon has
I lieutenants 'J. Littiejohn; and S. Mr;and Mrs.J.; A.tWO tt, regular were Bass dinner'guests and Gus'the-The party. "made good"'during'' the>past months 4
Graystone.Captain up from the.aviation winter-visitors here from Athens ahe has been'serving tbe-government Tuesday Evening ,Dec. ;10
::- ,camp at Arcadia for ,Thanksgivingt Ohio 'ad expect to remain per. ClayJohnson came up and, horsuccess'is* gratifying to her. ,
''and'we k-n .They'were' gue.tsof manently.- They are /stopping temporarily from Okeechobee the first'of the week many friends. Rosalind Club, Orlando, RM
for a' brief with 'Mn: Johnson '
|.. Mr. and. Mrs!,,E. Dv; Katz., 'with.their sister, Mrs. L. ,A. and 'his'many visit Kissimmee friends. ., Mr. and Mrs."+W. R. O'Neal, of Orlando .rf LOTTA GREENUP, Vio1 ia: 1

D.-_-Alderman, ,whohas, beenin,,, Minx; ; till they, can: make arrangement Cap/Johnson has a fleet of'steamers l accompanied by Mr., and Mrs.A. MARION, ROUS, Pia...' .,'
," .v the:officers training sch x>l' at Camp ,, .for a home for themselves on'the big lakes which are kept constantly' D. Mallory of Batavia, IlL, ,and Member of i. y
the of the
Gordon ..returned home Monday night Lleut. Richard the Naval Faculty ,,
t.- Her. WH.; Funk formerly pastorof busy hauling produce and Mallory, of '
tfelwaa; honorably discharged from the Klssimmee Methodist church, supplies. '> Aviation' were in Kissimmee for' a ROLLINS COLLEGE CONSERVATORYof

f t.imIUtarytservice.. who'baa been, stationed at Crescent Mr. and Mrs.. Fred Hammond of brief, visit yesterday. They weretraveling ,Music .

Mis* .Para Clark, Who haa been ,astudent City"the 'pastyear..; accompanied by Greenberg, near, Pittaburg, Pa., arrived by auto and were on, thejr -
at Weslyan ,College,Macon, :Rev, 'G,"'W.. Stubbs of; Winter Garden ,in Kissimmee'.this :week, and way.south" expecting to visit Winter Tickets 1.00 No Reserved Seats
i-returned' Tuesdayremain -etopl*!' over here '.Monday on Haven and other, points ,of. interest. AU proceeds giv.u't.. tne
Ga here will.1 spend the season here, They are Oruf General HospitaL Steiawav Concert
:'ti11. the',)first. vof January i when, the 'their way' to' Bart w, to;attend" the expecting'their': :son, Lieutenant.Hammond MrsvH. N,:;Bra ton, ., Un.F. CorreU, Graad ptaa*' used. *
,. annual Methodist conference Mrs.;; Marsh, of Avon Park. ,Mrs..Haley -
open ,
ach wilt '
'T T'Mr. re Mrs/Slatir '' .:' 10th from'overseas, -of U> :; ,,beforeChriitmai home- ., Mrs., James Earl Lupfer, Mrs. M. .... .i_.... '-. .......... ......
and ; enter On 7Tuesdajr'kereningDee.! ; aconcert and .
; "' " D. Alexander, Mrs. H.; C. Piano; ,
,! :ialned 'a &rty: of "flyers"fropxthe'; -will, be given,at the Rosalind . .. :, ,, . .- y Mrs. Sanderson: motored,"'io Winter ADDITIONAL. :SUBSCRIBERS . Lieutenant "Marvin .DI 'Pont..of the) l

I'aviation camps near'Arcadia,Thanks-- Club, Orlando,:for' the benefit, of the Mr.. and 'Mrs.', G. AT Briggs, with Park Thursday., to attend the Schoolof FOR UNITED WAR WORK MotoC''T'ansport'Company, .+

.'giving Day, and the rem.lnder''ot the Or nge' General' Hoeplfal-'i.Mits Lot theirt;iguests;-I", .;and;Mrs, ,Allen; of Instruction of the Eastern Star. , -. '1 .". *, Ca pjjohnstoni;'arrived.:in.-Kis-;;

--weekwho. .tlalmed.their1.reldence InfWidely 4.1, Greennp' ,.'' olin; and,Miss. Marion ',Toronto Canada, >and .)1,.... Jamea Grand Mitron'Mrs. Cora .Harris of Mrs; AJ, ,, lamei 3J, _*.,..-,....t,!; ;1.00 'simmer;)Vednadayand wQl..remain'hare
separated; atatea. Tbey..wsretL1entenint Rous;.plano.members' 'of;;the'faculty tweed;of,Toronto,.Canada, and ,nowspending 'Tampa, was present to direct the Ligl. ; ';.for' some time., :IJeutonant, DaPtojit -' .
; Lane .., .:;. ;.. ..._. l.Oq
'Rollins Collegeedna.rvaforyr -
; of of. '
,, Trumbel l. of ; 'winter '' '
: the In Orlando; werea work., In the' evening a regularmeeting las.?been honorably ,discharged, ,
,IJent nant'.An&ier'ot' California, Ser- music, will'' be- .featu cl.i' 'Lovers, ofgood pleasant', party'motoring to. :''St.Petersburg. was. held when:,t ur -candidateswiere" Coleman Lane' ......__..v:... 1:00 from, mUttary'duty.' 3':
:..-t\BoJ'd.ol'r.xa\ ond, .B ag.gntt ;ni..1c''I' Kiss. qmee art ,urged' ", .- 'l'hundaJ'Cfol',-the',vweeknd. < initiated,,Into. ,"'.the. 'mysteries.. of Mrs. A.M"Mose:;. :. >jr-:--. -"t",... ,10.00 ". -" '.

[? 'J ?a.t.te.u: ,.. ....:. w:. ,..+ to.attendL' tartakv f- .*- ....1_ 'r :1', ' They_, expect: to return'' Monday; the' other; Mrs. E. C.: ;, Parrttt.:.......,, ''L00 ..Softfcrtbt.. rtale'. Valley'f' aiG ,J r .

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: ) COLDS, 6:16-Y. P. S. 'C. E. , I For. Sprint. planting December l and :January'. delivery: }=?
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7:0o-sermon. i Highest quality MAINE grown. 5. i
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I( Pr. King's' New' Discovery Prayer meeting each Wednesday the January of 7th Florida,to 17th inclusive, g' of the different part' : discussed in de- Writ. for, Prices, quaa6tl dereil, .W. baadlfSpauldiaf . :
University tall
.Colleg '
oAgriculture "
has a fifty year record at 7:30. L. A. S, each Thurs Red\Bist Triiusfti ,
evening : will conduct, four Far* Course: In Tractors. No.., 4 RAM, Irish Cobbler, Early
behind id .
M day.Junior mers' Short Courses in Animal Husbandry This course is outlined principally ,New Crop TBroip, CabbafvOaioii Seed and Set*. t'v \""

'i 'It btiDt'lt* reputation on Its produc4oa -' C. E. each Friday at 9:00 Poultry Husbandry,, Citrus for those 'who ,have bought and' con- We carry all the leading and standard varieties 'of Seed that have been a i. ."
of positive results, on Its surenea* a. m.Young'. tested and known be best adapted to ''1011 and climate. ,
the throat irritation of Culture and Tractors. The purposeof template buying tractors. It. will to our : ;
la relieving
Ladies' Circle meet each
colds, cough*, grippe and bronchial second Sunday. these courses ,is to enable thoseof consist of lectures and discussions Largest Crop Seed Oats. Seed Rye, Seed Wheat Rap,, Vetch, Barley.__ I '.
aitff Vs. mature years and farm experienceto their accessories and equipment, and EatiUh Peas, Beau, Etc.' I '.
C. W. meets the first Friday
a B.
t'Dr. Klac's New Discovery etsel'lThat' Why.tny become acquainted with the latest on the subject of gas: and oil engines Our Descriptive Calalogue'FREE.on'Peque ; ,
folks wouldn't use suoythlng In each month. ,
Investigations in the of the application. of these tc
production engines :
the general nation-wide esteem Church Board meets first Sunday BLUE RIBBON LAYING MASH MAKES YOUR HENS LAY.
la which this well-lqiown remedy is fruit. field and forage crops and live- farm tractor J
"bdd. Its action is prompt 'its totepleasant afternoon each month. stock of' various classes in Florida. The,, practice work will consist of
'its relief gratifying.: You are cordially)] invited to our courses
The offered are tomptrehfiensive shop work, dismantling, adjustingand
of cold and cough
a services.
century ,. and should appeal tractors under the direction .
checking.Sold by druggists everywhere. particularity repairing
31-tf. W II. Coleman, Pastor.
to .those who have newly cometo of experienced'mec.'lanica..

Bowels Out.of Kilter the State and wish to get a grasp Emphasis will be' placed upon the instnictions -' 1 ,

That' nature calling for relief. Prove to yourself that you did not >f the new conditions: under '''which planned to train the opera. 1'"
I Assist her In her daily duties with.Dr. overestimate your earning capacityor they will have to -work. ..... tor' to detect' mechanical troubles as
King's New Life Pills.; Not a purgative .
i In the usual dose, but a mild effective your desire to keep your word There will be no ,tuition fees for they, arise to make competept inr ,, ,
corrective: laxative that team the when: you signed your war savings attending the cour.... Board and spection of'tho condition the"tractor I
bowels into action: and chases "bl ea.*' pledge.| room will be obtained at a very reasonable and make the necessary' adjustments OLDEST ':

--------- cost. Those interested should and repairs., A feature of the WRITE 1108 ESTABLISHED S 11DUrNfaN,
write to the, College of Agriculture course will be a discussion and dem MEEKLY SJStfsf I HOUSE IN FLORIDA
it once for reservations. Only a onstration-of, tractor plow and other
Put In
Your Houseand
Money a limited number can,be accommodated implements.

'n the classes. ,t
'owl 1 eel sort of
) a "
The following is a brief outline of

Independence tfcat no rent he, courseS that will be offered: Eggs are not. bankable but the ,

payer can posilbly po.. ... Course In Animal Husbandry and money from: their sale is. This mon-

I The 'home Is everything If It I.t Is General Agriculture. ey is yours for the effort. How do

This course will consist of lectures, you treat the hen that lays the Golden
your own. It Is only a chance
t discussions and practice work in field. Eggs? B. A..Thomas' Poultry Remedy -
shelter If. you are paying rent
ptm..5 e 4 and forage crops, the feeding* and I will keep the poultry in'good condition :f
for It We haves variety of
desirable breeding of livestock, dairying, diseases and'increase: the yield 'n eggs. SEED POTATOES
choice and residences
of animals, etc.. The discussions iVe guarantee this and refund your
II for sale. They are all will emphasize 'in particular, money' if 'not satisfied.-Waters :. ,. 1 .*" .*-<<< 1. ="*'.**"' Crf"t.' .' '..!'& " ... ,
.lee. and at all prices, but ViVi i ,
new-crops: for Florida and' the 'plan'' &' Carson Grocery-,Co.: k ., .'* !: "
4 terms of payment caneadlyf ning' of farm work. This work will Maine Grovta" -,
Call .
V arranged to suit and ,
appeal particularly to farmer who .. "
let us talk It over. have ony] recently settled in the I THE CHAYOTE ] y .

s BREAKER REALTY COMPANY State and wish help in planning their : 'oo

,. work to best advantage. Carefully from disease; dependablestock. ,
KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA Course In Poultry Husbandry.An Among the ,vegetables that can be' t

I urgent appeal has recently been eany.croWD in the home garden of Spalding's Rose No. .4, and Red, ,Bliss ,var.'' ;

'- ,made to the American people to pro the South .the Chayote, (pronounced .

'duce more poultry. Florida is recognised ChI-o-tay) has proved .one .of thebes ieties. Prices reasonable. Book' your ''order early' ,

.. .. .as one of the best states in the t. V '

Union for poultry production.; In order This vegetable, a native of tropical ,.for dircctshipment, from Maine. Write,or rti wire;. '; f -'

to offer more encouragement to America, promise lo,become: a profitable .. jft'
.> f
> Seed Potatoes those who wish to raise poultry a commercial" crop In.ll, sections .

special course has been planned. The of the South to whlch"it
I" entire ten days 'is to be taken up in to culture. It is produced on F. F. DUTTON Incorporated'. "

discussion and demonstrations relating climbing vines with perennial roots

i J -. Choice Maine and Western I IJ Stock to all phases of the industry.. The vines somewhat resemble those of Sanford, Florida ) ,

r Some of the special 'topics: that 'will the cucumber, to which family it belong X .;' !
i be discussed are How to breed the but' they are much more vigorous -

i y Spa-uldinjr Rose No. 4 200 Egg hen; ''winter eggs and howto in growth 'and more prolific. 'I
get them; the problem. of the The, Chayote can be grown in winter ::1

Florida poultry raisers, etc:; successfully'on any of the well drained .. '

Red Bliss Triumph .Course, In Citrus Culture and ,, cultivated lands in-those. sectionsof

Spraying Machinery.The Florida that do not have heavy, Ask Your Grocer \ fLearned
,'"' '
i ;, t tJ
:*. first five days of this come frosts. .

: V ;' . : ; "Irish Cobblers will be devoted to ,a discussion .and For eating purposes the fruits are J

t identification of the diseasees and est if picked when two-thirds grown. '

..c I pest of citrus: trees and a review, of They can be, kept in good condition CHEEMEALSCOFFEES J,
Order your seed and fertilizer early. the methods f'their! '.prevention ;an
control *' 60 to .65 degree fahrenheit. The !{:
Write for and .
_'l us prices particulars.
; _The last five days of the program Chayote when cooked has a ,distinctive I

vill be devoted entirely to spraying flavor, not unlike ,that "of the
$ t 'WI'ON & 'TOOINER 'FERTILIZER CO.. machinery. The machines will be vegetable morrow, but more delicate. "'-..'..

& '_ Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizers dismantled and the care .and repair It forms an excellent addition to

} t, '": *>" Jacksonville F1 either our winter or summer vegetables Best By Every Test
CM' '. .i '. . a. '. .; r ; Plies Cured la 6 to 14 Days when used creamed, boiled ,stuffed
". ,//f'I"fl/; ,,::.,; '. " r ,., vl.J'Ji; ;_'if,:; Druggists icfoad mooej If PAZO; OINTMENT fanstoew.Itching ,
1 ., andBNedingoePretmd1gPll.s. fried, in soups, sauce flavored ) ..

,, --flnmerrvvaw-n' eA.r'Jar.," "e w-.AV v'.....= ','_'" .,,,,,..,"""' -.......... ".._iDManUf",1.l..rn rltM.ttft the Itcblnt Bret Pil.application... and yea PrIce doget lOa. with fruit juice. the Real;Value of .Chaa. .I Ur... ',

.Y' .,.. .... .. Spring planting of Chayotes ,is
1. ----- '- : r--- beet in Southern WILL EXHIBIT FLAT, lain'. Coach Remedy,:' ..\
'I ." .. Florida: where, the winter frosts, if AT CHICAGO STOCK SHOW "First/we learned" of the true'"

ij they occur, are usually light. The '"Look out for Florida"'. the warning of Chamberlain's. Cough Remedy'sev: *', t

i planting may be done in the autumn, Dr. C.. D. Lowe?Southern FieldRepresentative era! year. ago, when we. lived; nears; ;.l

,/ S Increase the Returns if desired, and protection by: mulch of the American Ab- Clifton Hill, this State" writes, Mrs, ..

a ) ; - -4 ing can be given in the frosting/ or James Malone. Moberly, Mo.< "At'
weather. erdeen-Angus Breeder' Association, that time I had a severe cold and an

!' a" F'omYoup Grove LaborGrove freezing When planting place the entire Knoxville Tenn., recently sent to annoying 'cough. -J' got a; bottle' 'offChamberlain' '

.' BRADLEY7- I the Chicago office 'of his ,association Cough Remedyanaifter -
r fruit on its side, and slanting slightly '
after returning from, a visit to tho *
t ?i .. downward; cover the lower end with taking few'doses of it my cough,
BONE "Southeast corner. Dr. Lowe saw a loosened lungs
up'and felt better.
not than two inches of soil my
help is scarce and
,- j FERTILIZE ( ,expensive. An- leaving the small or stem erd ex- grade Aberdeen-Angus steer at I used one,bottle of it and ,by then my.
other season the situation be Ocala: that will be shipped to Chicago .
may worse. posed. The fruits' should be placedone cold had entirely disappeared
t to compete for the world"s fat, steer
; this problem by making your labor produce in a hill, fifteen to twenty feet championship ,at ,the, InternationalLive I .
I _' .'' apart.< They grOw' best in a rich, well MUST'NOTSHIP'LESS, THAN !
) more. Do this by using an abundance Stock: Exposition, Nov. 30-Dec.
8'lye drained, sandy loam, but will grow 360 BOXES FRUIT TO.. '
7. The steer looked so good that Dr.
of plant food.
' well in any good garden. soil, if drainage '
Lowe sent out ,this warning, and had '
is and liberal amount sop
provided a .
In ,,
,' ; The richer 20 ,feet.of film -
the soil, the more labor some moving picture "
; your well rotted manure *:.
of compost, or gather with the vegetable*'Ift'tbe ,.
made him the reel made of
of: for
i .". ': '; '. ". 'awacTuIuIR rrt can produce, for it costs no more to plow and standard vegetable fertilizer is mix- Aberdeen-Angus cattle in of state of, ]1orld'niay)' be handled advantageoasly ." ,
&' : : r' : ed with the soil in each hill. Inlight ail, and vith the least' :
1m1Url cultivate and possible -4
'. ;., -- but little more to harvest a big : the United States.Dr. ; M
sandy. soils Chayotes usually delay laclc' of equipment?
'. Y J t" crop on good land than it does small Lowe point out ,that (in'. the can
t'i' : a crop on burn out in dry weather of spring or chipper,of citrus fruit sre'htwe. '
; 7'by.
.-1, j-i/" poor land.Bradley's early summer. The plant should be entry of Z. .C.:.Chambllss' A Co., this .advbed that it will be necessary,; .;.t'
""" mulched with straw litter and state has a chance to win more livestock !
t to.obtain special "written permission; ;.
watered at least once a week during, fame I than'ever came to :a from', ,
rk /,' ., 'C.lIfor- this office'tefore shipping less
'., dry periods, especially in the spring... southern etate before. Yet, than"three hundred and sixty'.boxefc;
Fertilizers .
Will Help The vines should be trained on some nit electrified' the live: stock world to the car.Provided. -
sort of trellis or arbor. Even a fence, with it* Aberdeen-Angus steer three' however,'that .hene.t; $'

i tree of,out buildingswiU furnish satisfactory year ago, and no Florida native will of',lowercarrying capacity, are :aaed.b
These reliable fertilizers furnish available plant foods in the' right, proportion support: for them. Chayotes admit for, a\minute that: the "native the'maximum, load which they frill, 't'.

"Ji.. and help you 'ae ure the greatest possible, yield from .every acre. In. f Fruit, best at moderate temperature.. son"Florida.climate With or the coil tick ha;anything beine' made on I carry,, consistent' with: thejafety:'.CI f . t.

\' crease the effectiveness of your labor by using these rich Comparatively little is known regarding the I content. May be usedwithout; .
to""abdicate" 'reconstructionsmeasure i
) ; as a ( (
: ... '. the disease of the Chayote.The such permission.. t ,.
Y\ .Florida ready for cattle,
most troublesome disease so far From the above itwill. ,, be ,nece**' ./i'
i isari
according to Dr Lowe and the knowing ; '
'; \ encountered is one caused by a' funnUl ,- ,for .every, shipper ,whoylacki'th.i ",,,
I; Consult Our Book "Citrus Culture" (ascochyta) which attaekii'the' of this steer at'Chicago i* an ,auspicious required minimum of three.. ,hundre4''*''. .

.... leaves, causing, wilting and yellowingof time to ,put',Florida on the and sixty boxes to get in touch "Wtllfyt-: ",

: : t.he'1"vN and later, of the branches. map a* a cattle producer.- this office before billing car for:shlyjk-. ,

... 's:' ', ,rr ,"Citrus Culture," oar new book, give Plan for a greater yield from every tree : ...J.:' This disease. seldom becomes.serious Several. big'Florida-live\ stock' and meat, and obtain permission. ,;"or*iIs a

*. atsresting" fact, and helpful suggestion and insure a bigger net profit In spite of f where the'vines have plenty of land concern* will attend 'the, chicago it wffll'be i construed a* a-violation,* .

alt;.,, r 'about growing citrus fruits. It tell the increased cost of labor. Protect 'yourself light and air on' all.'sides. The disease show, as .well. annual Aber this regulation, and said hipper* i"t.: :

i t about fertiliser and how to use them. It from the danger of railroad embargoes, can be controlled to a certain deen-Angus sale, held I ,'jn. connection .pro ecutecl'.for: each Individual:,car: '

r, 1 + r. M peinta out aueeessfnl methods of improving factory delays, and possible" advances In extent' .by spraying: :with, bordeaux 'dth'the show with a view to purchasing .o hippeaV, jjlBy'adhering

'! p y' the soil, increasing' yields; and making bicprice by ordering early full supply of mixture every,week or ten. day ,The i Home of'oho1cest'ofbeef cattle strjctly) to'thlsnl1n', 1ti

f, I'; ';' ger profits"Write today for a free copy Bradley'.f.rtiliaers.: more serious, pests, like the melon seed to brine .back ,to ,Florida. mum, the AdJOinl.tratfon'wm: },.1)M.f.) :: '
'. and pickle wormy; ;can be controlled Anthony; Farms/Anthony, which.le :
S . to aave' for. the ,perishable .indostrie ..
; ..f.9'' .;. .... 'y;, ,r by.i spraying, with arsenate ,of' lead also included in,the "Doddi..Morie": in'Florida. .around! fifteen'hundred. ,.
,74/ ...MI. ,'' ,, ,' M .. ,'f. \ which can be combined with' 'the.bor; .: i i. one of the data'. biggest concern two thousand .,cars' 'on 'dtru;guilt, .',"

": : Bradley'Ferllizer Works : , I deaux .mixture. M.. M; JAVENS, handling"this.'breed.; 'The estate ,of alone.: B1UXTON BEACHXM,"'"* .: kFederalFood
*f. -. ... , I Comity Agent.Mak the ]ate:Mrs. Potter'Palmer has also -:
,' M ri.aawlee. I lultw.t Caenkd" ....., ;. ..AdminlstratorFlorlda,: ,: :
\ been developed ron( i" big seal: with t.
.k 3 '. r. ft -ld.lw. Owe. Ussi" .>or'', 1; "
J'i t ... .,.... ;; "'f', ,, .thrift:your by-word. _' Aberdeen-Angni.' .. For a 'Boor;Stomach.*, $* .. :
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;.f' \:, .; ;... : -" : .. ', < .',: ; t .: .,- 1 Wares' TaatoUas claW ToaltfifcfcteStMMgeA I Colds Caue Grip ... .....soMLAXATIVZ V 'Dutl sparingly; particularly''' ,; '"
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..Of Coarse :wCE'TflCONVALESCENTS' 'FU" PROVED J: SPIRIT I' fVMCMIOANKKLItO. ON TO:. :WIN.'., : ** '. ; '' : I.j..I\-.tol.> \ .
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.. eyeglasses :aboddbti"6elpfsd-" I' In the light ot.ggccee11g yenta It D. GWIG1U '.
.' OF: DEMOCRACYj Interesting to recall.the confidence ;

uf .'dt. the.yliiJ' "'t.: .II...... _,..' .'."_" .. .. 1 tb which the viewed United the State gloomy rood.4l111D1atrator out- Real Estate ,anil l Insurance Agency ..,
SPAIN AND ENGLAND REPORT eValUntarBasis( : of" FoodTSavIng'..look. had In.'JnJly btf'W-thot.l' >t17* war-foKlsWtfasa, wbatl( +,ts :country . ,.. olIO .

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INCREASE IN TUBERCULOSIS four' month.Ddth."o.rmau"'were Gtizent Bank ;
Showed Heart .of America Building. Telephone No. 30. '
I Steadily sending the
western Croat
AFTER IN'FLUENZAEPiDEMIC. .Beat True for Freedom. nearer and nearer to Parts rGuiinmee- Fla.

I .. Even though the sltoadoA. In Bu . REPRESENTING. : .. tr
rope may b* gloomy' today," b* de- E. A. Strout Farm >
I To the voluntary service and aacrt;: dared In a publle '.tatem.ot.-'Do Agency; maintaining, big'general office: In .New :

No, 'indeed. .U.I..., the glassesacearaUIr U. S. Public Health Service Warns Be of' the American' people must be American who has knowledge of the' York, Philadelphia, Boston, Chic*go- and other ;cities for the convenience
sip; I1tW'a...' ar. "of attributed the 'continued' healthy results already obtained la rry di of home Seekers If you with to sell, writ. ma at once .
jtfcexact\ 'strength la sphere, 'or Public Against Tub rculoiJ'. strength and morale of the Allied ar. rection need have one atom of feat fees of 'kind unless sell. ,
you pay no we' No charges
mlea and the civil populaceUpon any your property. -:
that democracy wlU not defend ItselfIn .
[ cylinder or sphero-cyUader.: .
: as One. Minion Cases Tuberculosis this spirit of service and sacrifice theM United States." for lilting, withdrawing or advertising.We ,
gfeded'toerroet the'tlefed.. ther I ' will depend Europe's fat In the .
In United States-Each a also represent the New York Life Insurance
j wfll b* f.r'trom, helpful=thy will months to coma In the''past year .w* Company.

,be' absolutely bent uL Te get the Source of,Danger., have carried out an export program LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS and the Ocean'Accld..t and Health Iniurance. *

[ RIGHT glass*., you must to the magnitude of which la almost beyond
ar Oeultlat ofproved. ability.TbaVs to. comprehension. But .with tb* NOTICH TO CHEPITOBS ........ .. . ..

? : Ur"DR.E' ? Influenza ,Convatsaosnta Should Have new demands, that have come, with I. C..rt ..fbe -("_.." Jedre. 01. '
Lung Ex.mlnoc1--C1 Which Hang the liberation of nations' freed from
;; B. HOFFMAN On'Often Beginning of:Tube ulo.l.. German oppression,.our export must I F.,1...

Otallst and Optician.Qturcb No Causa' for Alarm If Tuberculosis be almost doubled. Instead of 11820OOO ,.

W.., St... Orlando, Fla. la Recognized 'Early Patent Modilna ) ( tons, w* must ship twenty million. or utee.Demand.and all aglnt Person ald having Estate Claim.
tons of food to Europe in the coming
You and each of OsceolaHardwareCo
I Not to Bo Truated. you. are hereby
)* B. Crawford ,. Lee Jarrel! I ,earaa'lDucb' aa can be pushed claims notified which and required present any .
you or' :
through our ports.' you .
CRAWFORD:: :. JARREIX.. **** ***A******* **** If the. Allies bad Dot ,been fed by. may Hyktt.have dAcessed.against late the of e.tgte Osceola at Coun C... iL "

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW America; It wouid have beeo'J< Impossible ty. Florida, to the undersigned. admin Located on Kisslmmee's "

x"i Offlce.t. 4, 5 6.t and 7 CitUens !\'tubercul' sl. after ,ID'lioen. i* tot them to, maintain' their de ,istrator...r. from of the avid date estate heroof.within two

S j Bank Bull din jr .... No peed to worry 'U fense'against Germany. I'I pa-November 11th A. D. IMS. BUSIEST CORNER
e Cssimms" *' you take precautions la time. Meeting this world need on a purelyvoluntary 1.8t. W. B. CRAWFORD. _
Florid. .
Don't diagnose your own con iit basis, the American peoplehave s
dltlon. Have your doctor exam i* -conclualvely proved that democracy i OK <>11.LI ;TI---; : .
OR. W. W CARSON' 'tno your lungs several times at la a success ana that In time of .I' o..rt.... :t .b. I.teri r.S. r '$1' .

DENTIST '* .monthly Intervals., Build up your .need It will rise to Its own defense I. U.; Lead OfSe:*-at-0.1........., .Ha, ;
Offlc ;over PiUy( Building '*,'Btrenjrth with rtcht Ilving- good If there were no other accomplishment ( N...Hb..r .... 1516rotlce'1 For :

OSi Ofrios'Phone .*ReslOanos:- I-II l-i-i' '* food' 'and' plenty of fresh air. '* to Its credit.... very fact that It'' I { hereby--riven: that lame* A. Autoniobilesr

ON Administered for Bxtrastlea'Phaa t a Doa't w..ta mon'7'on..t.Dt has shown the strength of.democracyhas :Mlnnlck, of Louahman. Fla., who on t i
TeethLEWIS medicine advertised to euro to- In Itself more than justified the January 11, IMS made Homestead ; Hi:* J.
Entry No. 01S/U. for 8W ,
<4 of BKUt
berculoala. existence of the Food Administration Section 1, Township II 8. Range 17 E. ,Johnson's CI.aoerremove., spots, stains and all I turfaca.scratcnes. :
Become: a freah-alr crank and 1 tTallahakse Meridian, has filed notice
In the eyea of the world. '
O'BRTANATTOBNEY.AT.LAW ''Of Intention to make Three After using rub down with' Wax and '
Johnson's Prepared
proof .
} enjoy Ufa.' Less,. than four months after the to ..tabU.h' claim- to the land ypar above your machine

p '" t United States.declared war the United describedbefore Clark Circuit ,Court will -shine like ,a mirror. We carry+'these. goods. together"with '. i
* * *.* ** ** * * Stated' Food Administrator expressed: at Klsslmmee Fla. on the llth dr o7 :
December. lift.Claimant .
Waring Bauudtng Washington D." O.-(Special)-According his determination to meet America's name a*' wltne.....:- a full line of< Oil and,other Lubricant :

'i ,.a .,.....-.,\:. 'o. r.i' Oaetel' to a. report mad to the United. food problem.. on a basis .of.. voluntary j I B.I.. Pope Hancock, urbman., Louffhtnsn Fla Fla. . . .
State'Public>> Health Service...thaept.demle :'a-rtloi i ..41,reiterated b. .confidence: I rCE. B. Havens.. LoughmaukL ,
JOHNSTON ft GAKRETTATTORNEYATtAW" of -Influensa' Spain has, already that awakened democracy. would prove'Irresistible "I" I*.' .-ath.,.-' JtOBT.. vr.'DAVis.( y : . . I ... r

a and caused death an Increase from pulmonary In the prvaUnco tnberculocls. .. "Many thinking, Americans," said J I I.n.IL, RegAt.r.wOTICm . .' Icy-'.Hot Bottles keep liquids hot for 24 hour and cold lot"72-.:
10, 11 and 12 Citlseoav Lad A- almU.ratloo between Mr' Hoover "and th."wbole"world .Or MASTER'S SALBl-, hours. They'd make ."Hubby" a' mighty" fine 'ChrUtmat '"it
.u ":".- -.Bonding I gift. Try
Inflnensa bead watching
Xlsslas*_ nv and tuberculosis warecentlr have anxiously the tuttone 'Notice. IS' hereby given that under ) '
'-, mad br Sir .Arthur Nawa- :months la the fear that: demo- and by virtue of Anal decree-of fore and see, him. smile; --' "' ass"
holme the oncer closure Issued out of and under the ".' i. \ .
chief medical of the crate America ;could not organize t*
meal of the :
English"' public health service'In his meet' autocratic' Germany Germany Judicial ::; II'o'ior..:: -of Slate br.r\ ,I .

anivu of the taberculoal death rate baa ,"",a'confident that It could not be d.. In and for OsceolaCounty... In .h., .

In England .. done. Contrary proof la Immediately .Chancery.therein pending SittingIn.a.wherein; certain 8. Ik Lupfer cause , '

IGIIBSOlFHBPIE8SELLS. -In -order that the people of'th. Unit r-our door"and _r'1'eOP1.1aa,. already ..' and .W. B. Crawford are Complainantsand I "Prei the button.. .and re ft." js'th motto of the Royal Eay Chairs. i,
ed State may profit br th. Experience demonstrated, their, ability to .J. P. William. and Wil
llama are Respondents. theunder.ign It' a good motto:aadtb.. chair. rightly named for they thene
ot other coon trie* .Surgeon.: General mobilise, o..a..., endure and prepare., ed as Special Master In .Chancery will are are

b Rupert Blue of the United Statea Put voluntarily and effldently la,.... )' 01* sell hours- tofu sale before outcry the during Court'the House legal r plus ultra in,luxurious .furnishing; Of couriewe, have them.for sale 1,
lie Health Service--6as just issued a rectlona .and upon the mere word of door'In the City of Klsslmmee. of said r
I warning empbeslsiag--{&* need of ape Inspiration adds from the remarkabl. County of Osceola and State .of Flori ,

Fire Lift 'Accident 'and' dal precaution "ai.this,preeent time. assemblage of our Army and Aaaacee'c da uary on A.Monday D., ikh the th.8th following day of Jan de .

.. /Experience alee.,'to- Indicate: say* The history of the FoodTAdminlstra scribed real estate situate In said -
.i '
i I" Health -PJatc- J Glass.' LiatklHtjrJuid tb* Surgeon <3en.ral.X "that' persons tlon has dearly shown that thetrust) Osoeola Lot f County and 11.: block Florida S:I lot. wand ,, Next week- we will publish a" list ''of f article that wall 'make 'suitable
i I ,, . whoe -resistance "baa ...... weakened of those who put' heir faith la dsmoo block. 101, lot )e, block 111: lot*.1. S, 1.
by attack pf Indnensa ari peculiarly racy baa,not been misplaced. I 11 and n block IT: lot. S and 10. '' Christmas gilts la the meantime you are invited to our alt, .
l { : Boiler J Inauraac:. block Utiot. t, It a4 1i block n; '
susceptible :toHnbrculosls.\ \ .' Iou' f aid t 'to 11. inc.k block 111. : will be show ..
laUUons of Its-'people: recently.affectedwtjh..yn,0v4hMMuaf ;. I letur to 11. In... block It leis a td.faInc store{where'we ,glad to you ihings that will,make gifts t'Wortll'wkilel
"!l .+alDAila. ExecutedBsll.iif Pnalra.w. offers .", block SI: lots -4-'to- IS.--Inc.., block. .
S ; : **i lot.i to IS. I no,, I... lot Ie. block .r"I ..
f ""eDtr'1e'eded. conditions favoring, the spread. of I L .t J' lote: 1 to d1 Ine..' block tlj: lots 4 : "r : tit
c" '
tuberculosis.* 31lallilot. toll IIi: all block 10 and
"d"ptOU S no.,>block /,' ,
On'Million Consumptives In the 5 to U. Inc; block Ie1 lots I to 0 Inc..
block ,II aft block. II If t1
,' "" : $5 U. ,
United State;; 42. 10 and 11; indention II Township
.h St.tali' : "Then" yon jconvlder this..,i serious SO South. Bance IS Bast,of the town
:'T of Whittler according to corrected
menace" wee asked. -*3n=. my opinion map of said town lied Iv the office of Osceola Hardware' Co
} It ... though I hasten to add 1t .. dlsUnctlj 'tobeaver the Clerk of. 'the Circuit Court of Osceola .. :
4 ,- one agalnstLlch: the .peopl. of ;February COUDt,.' Florida ISIS, andrecorded, on the 4th day In :

J.1r..TBOIIPSOII. : can guard. I So far alone can _tlmat Book "B.of Plats pare-T . '. ... '

'there are' at present about' on. millioneases' .9 .a.- .,.; Term.Dated Klsslmmee., Sale Cash. Florida.I v Nov; it
: .f tubarcnloata IA'tho' Tolled
\ 111" et

,'Funeral' Director, eompl.tcen.n.State There la unfortunately no Special. JOHN Master a ''CADEtti'f In Chancery. EntJMd", Wfci IerA.ybedy AJrertUes. Their "WaaU" I ta die.. 6aeMe.. ;,
to'lIbeIw exactly :
ND the number of tuberculosis per rood IN' CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE

d t. Bona In each state deaplt th. fact that THE SEVENTH' BTATB JUDICIAL OF FLORIDA CIRCUIT.IN AND OF

1 LICENSED EMBALMER' moaf of the ,state* bar mad the. disease FOR -OSCEOLA COUNTT, IN CHAN-
'; reportable: In New: York. city CERT. a S. SNIDER; Complainant.

,. I where reporting baa been In force for TtlRNlr,.?fTIDH) .::).-PUR-SOU State Bajikof '

Store and 'Chap! Stewart Ave. many; year, ''m5.000 case of 'to- ) CHASING COMPANY" a private corporation
of Jefferson County. Ala.!
.IDNI...... Fir Departmentof f MRS. HANNAH MORGAN. widow; ,,
: MR8 H. MORGAN.-.- ...401:! ; WIL .
with'the situation believe that the ad LIAM W. wATSON MATPOTNTZ.. Kissimmee r rr"
dltlon of unrecognlaed and and all persons claimingInterest In .
unreported the lands
I la. the Bill of Complaint In I
!!. M. TILLER'Real dues would make th* number nearer this case described under any of the

'r 60,000. The Tory careful health aurrey "- above the same named, b* respondents.deceased, o*"If' otherwise.*any of The oftheWorfi
; Estate 'Agency.L conducted during the put two NO ONB SUFFERED HERE, claimingInterest therein.Respon ekes [l
rramlngham. Uaaa dents. ORDER OF ..PUBLICATION.
years revealed
.... .. .. ....... To all
- --- -- too caaea of tuberculosis In a population The marvel of our OhlDtal'7,, food- land. persons below describedunder claiming Interest In O.'lh.C. ,

t, Realty bought and soU. ..:: of approximately: : ;13,000. U theM saving, now that w. are "getting results Main George Main. Southern Cooperative -

: House rented : proportions hold" true for the United ," is thst-no one ever actually private corporation.of.;Jefferson Company.Coun a are on; the man rhoPAUSE

Paid and Titles..reriBadnonresident State a* a whole they would Indicate suffered any hardship'from It) that ty, Ala.; Mrs. Hannah. Morgan, wid :
that about one in'every hundred peraona "- we all are better In bealtn'and spirit ow: Mrs. H. K. Morgan! widow; William -

j or *. .la tnbercnlona. Bach of these and better satisfied with ourselves because any of w.tho Watson same be, or deceased NatPoynts.. If
I Fire. Uf." and Acc daal tar. constitutes a source of danger to .beguarded of our friendly self-denial.. claiming Interest therein. You 1

t'' [Isuranca.: agalnat: are the above hereby entitled commanded Court to In appear the above In .. .

', Indemaitjr Bonds. What t* Do.. ,Food 'control i In America'' held th* ,,entitled cause on the 6th day of January. : "
.' ', price of breadstuffa lady prevented A. D. 1515. The land. In questionare SA'V' E"S
Aq In his statement to the : The South half
t ... .. .. ... ...... ... ... General Blue point public. Out--how Surgeon vicious speculation and extortion: : andpreserved : of the Southwest of -theSoutheastquarter quarter; and
the South half of .
trauqullltty at homeIn 1 of Section 6,
those ,*,hid.Influenza should Lot 1 and the Northeast quarter of the .
CREAM protect themselves Northwest quarter- Section I all In
._, against tubercnloala. . :
' ; r., a. '''tlfrTHJ'
A laacream flueDII,," uya' the '8ur,eon 'General."ahould a 'sense of voluntary self-aacrlflc .. Osceola County Florida. located WITNESS In '
De .Atfolly perfumed.'Aday cream In la the the Honorable James W. Perkins, )
have their
for' oily skins. Softens Innga carefully examined " Judgeof the above Court for a: moment: man
f the hard lines abstinence from'wheaL and my young w
bya competent In: .. ;
' I of the face.. Protects It from sunburn name Clerk thereof and the Seal of
fact jyft la desirable to hay several ex:, said Court at Klsslmmee. Florida, on
wtod., taw aDd cold weather.' \ thought to self. The.
; this
the tad gIve.a
excellent! foundation for mhlatlon mad.a month apart;; Such Find more wheat; It camel; more ilia I day of October,, A. D. ''i

,f irico Beauty: mac Powder.' Thai aDdon << examination, ann So;Americans answeredthe challengeof : A. Clerk of the Above Court. you now or '
; i than one hundred other Red Cross /clothing nor can they be carried (Circuit ,
Court Seat
dies and Toilet: preparations. sold out' In tfj> 6t three mlnutea.,"If'the .German Starrs tlon.Good ., ) ".UL will :;a few1 hence.J J J' .. '
I guaranteed only by Inngi'ar found to be free from tuber, rules NOTICE! OF ADMINISTRATOR ,. years 1 :
raloala ,. :the new'world' aa '(F.r. Final Dlaebara) ,
" effort ahould be
:;CENTRAL DRU%,'STOREity keep the every "Thla , done mad by hi< Tear governed the old'world. Through !. Cart of .;;;:; judge t Stat afFlorida. '....k ,.....t yon-tb* Me. .,. affairs !la' cooatry. state, .a i..- )

T right'1MAoo4'food...and plenty. .of sharing food America' helps make. the yes gal tas werid, ar. tke ..*. wk. started t. SIT early Im Cfsv ) :' ':
-0. of whol. world'kin. '
: fresh air. 7 1 r x -' < F '
'. I. .* lea.... .( Jmmmtm W .... ban '
.u. '
They tke aad
: > ; ,?":tiDanger Slgna..' ; Osela cBBty. respect. cafidence Jke caauaaaity.Them ;
The- ( .General"warned Food control mad auffldency<< from Notice Is hereby given to all whom .
eapi, shortage, kept.the rein on food prices It may concern, that day lok M tk. tkr alde-d tk dl wk /
; Market dally against certain danger.'dgne of April.A. D/1HVI shall, aptly to | .ws speed aO 6., 1t J .
neb "at-"decline". and' "cold 'which. gave the" natloo'a' full' .'.ta'eaCUao' the Honorable T.; M. Murphy Judge of .. IIda.: ., ,saay kara.a gad fire for- a wkHa' but what dees. tb.1;.. t
: els '* said .. '
.", C Court Judge of Probate for reflect ;
final I .4
b.nTfIIJe discharge -Administratrix of $
..... .. ,,I : ;.he"explati.d,' were often the .. the estate of ;JamesW: Prentls deceased y ,I"'i .

"" beginning t of tnberculoala. ;"(( you dor all..iwCtarvatlon. $*.:..World bxl Oermajjy"conservation': challenged' la will present: and to that said.t-th.-court..m.'tlm.1 final'' accounts v A ..Oar"" *r's*.'d.pitd I b lib 'baak( wiO b. th c '. :a i

not"oU'prompt17., U .your ..coldaeontatohang America', 'answered./ the as Administratrix lilT said .estate ..d... .faa kenorabla; tadepeadeat. career.f a 1
challenge and ask for their aporpvsLDated '#
M odor: your'health and ,. September. n, A. D. IRS.1LtBT Make .yew ...... BWUday.. Taw bank :.
i'R"421'" strength decline, remember that, '
tbeae ; J. PRENTJ8.
t _'" ) are often the earl/ sign of'tuberculo -Joi- tA' Tony. LatheabetwW o-a-m-f-4-rao. Adlmnl.tratliNOTICE ..*. will .paw. tka ..,. .rl ., ;
ndM*. * '
.... '
Place yourself at bfic* under thq the StM s THOROUGHLY wkh OI> ADJI.\IfJ.TR.TO..O. Capital sts. :z :'t't'H.. J I_+f; taro Of a competent physicianTuber- =sttoaih* tniMtV> ttsty a :FINAL DISCHAKOB.In .- a...e.r c. -.w ioo
,. _' .. "' YNMMN NN MN ,
r curable tn-ta.. eaMstages:/ i' U'j' Oourtof County Judge. State of "

'Patent M 4lol.... Dangerous "In; TubefMflOSi , ra ILAPU S' WITH: 'j Florida of D.Osceola C. Lee.County. _In. r.c. Estate ."Gira, taaakt. Lrd' and you',Coswtry far th*. glory,-*l * .... i
ON1Cfor' b the new *f a lbnblead .... 1 1hlob Notice I* hereby given. to all whom Itmay .
/ ; toon nliTM Sick H.*' 8CM. .. concern that OIL the 4th. day.of bayiag W. S. S.'this sassdh.", t: ,
'. "Abov. all;do not trust In .tb*'mts- ........--... Taaae., Gee aol.....aass.d February. A/ D. UU I shall apply to :tto '' .,
leading statementa-- by sTapyLLsrs.dVs..l-tks.Al ..ys.raPnabl.lerde the Honorable T. M. Murphy, Ju<)se ofsaid *. ' " ."
J Offlcsn ;"
ofunscrupulous ... IHrecfanT.a
Court, of Probate, . :
Judge for
III tilt Uea'R.n...cow.: GrIp as my \
patent tnedlclne;'a* "' 1'qu" ; . -. ; innal discharge as Administratrix of the A. CARSON...President, M. KATZ and E. r.;.
LE3L9T. .
fan spedflc uodicln for the cure of tubereulosts. -' :I I estate of D. C Lee, deceased and that T-P. f,
yri :, The., 'moneysp.s4t.pu'suchmLdlcTbea'threwniaway, -ros ..=t.u.. : ... J ,.at tea sues time I will present to saidCourt .. BOlfA THOMAS, CaaUar '
idy fir' I5y,>lM. t25. and 50c .. It 10 ray Anal account as Administratrix N L '
: : y.It'should 1sta4 MEtas = of said estate and ask.for their ap.. : CARSON N. C. BRTAN., =/ K.KATZ.
ridtlY'\ 'M&ito be spent instead for good food and'd-' c = a. "A8U"I l provaL D.'tilt.FLORA : C, 4 CAU8QN.. ""IL FLEMING K.,L. LESLKT. -
:. -
Jadt5 tiYilk, flo." .centllTlng.. :"' p". ,- : =,: '.c..,...k' ,I t1 liIati .to.0"'pM0iis0w 1M Orbs.' Mta4i'.vteS .. 'ft-lm-tma. 'Dated'Jn1r;.83.d gild;"a,A, AdmlaUtratrU., ;, XlWAOB, TUCKER. ",. Direct.. **.' ." l.*, *.' .
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4: ;, Ye. coddVt elect a sere acceptsbl* Cla' tau 'r>ee ttvt. year boy : W have'had some fine rain lately, ;
; '.. : making> 'the fall potatoes ',burst the
otPrf'tb.: a good ground.
/, : Some of our nelghbora'have' been:

: out ,enjoying: the hunting sea ion. SPECIAEIIw J
; : Plant and Clay TlhdallTiav just' returned -
BICYCLEaid ., from a week'. hunt.'
i. Mr. Sherman Hart who lives wit!
his brother, David Dart, la 'very low

from a stroke of paralysis. His sons, I
).' :' Will Reuben and Elmer, are at his ;. :
.. bedside. if]

I James Smith is picking and ship FOR :" :'
its niefnlne and wearing qualities leave no room for argument ping his oranges--this week 1 1
Mr. Alderman of Georgia, is staying '
We have Wheels for all sites and ate. Let UI show' your ., \ with Mr. Smith through Orange # aWe

txt r harvest Little. Nell Lane, who has been .

t t BRYAN CYCLE CO. .J quite Homer sick,Tihdall Is Improving, who is In Franco, 10 DAYS

writes his home folks that he is faring -
-well: ,' Loyal,Lane, also of France
105 BROADWAY. : writes that he is very busy there now,
t. but well and happy; Hopes to go to
Paris soon to see the city, and get
some'souvenirs to send home torbrlstmas.

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Cattle men are busy this week dipping -
', .t..OOO. '.....o. oo"o"' to. x44040
I > their cattle in' the new dippingvat
We Write Fire Insurance Exclusively, Being Agents For the Old Reliable :
. 'on the Osceola-Orange county find'that we have bought too heavy. : '
LANCAS1IIRE"rIRe ., line, on the A. J. Marsh .
We now have our handsome church
INSURANCE CO. organ paid for, and we wish '''through on a few of our staples and we are i
the Gazette? to thank the following

and Solicit a Portion of' Your Business." members contributed and friends to the' who organ so generously fund-: going to put them out at very lbw.

Mrs. Maggie Lane, 'Lygia .Lane, (

'I'' Lupfer's Insurance Agencyy Homer Alice McLean Tindall-Mrs., Edith Mary McLean Hart Louise, Mrs. low prices in order to reduce .r.

McLean, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cooper, .,
P..0. BOX,664 J. & LUPFER, Manager .! issimmeej Coleman Lane Madge our large ,stock.

:< O"UOOOUO '4"flf4<"W"C"0" MST. and Nell Lane, Clay'Tindall' Mr. and r
, 'Mrs. James Smith, A. J. Lane, Rev. Beginning
-'- I I on.
1 0. B. Falls Kissimmee Fred Harvey, .
Jack Osborne, of Clenden, W. Va.,' ;
CLOUD[ Union Cenier Marion Tindall Nar-
the late'arrivals at the St. ;
are among
Cloud Hotel. I coossee; David 'Hart, O. C. McLean, ,
z 'Mr. Charles Goodrich went to Jacksonville Miss Edna Canada, Fort Christmas;
The New England Society will meet
: Saturday to'attend the Fair, Mr. ,and Mrs. Aj D. Story Union Center IH
in the upper G. A. R.* hall .Tuesday. ,
returning- to- .St.- Cloud Wednesday December 10th, at 2 o'clock. ; Mr. and Mrs. Wash Tyson Mr.
\ and Mrs. Charles Hatch Fort Christ-
evening/-feT .
Mr. and Mrs A. Sebring, of Orient,
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h :Mr. A.; A.Smithf St. Louis, Mo., S. Dak., are among the late 'arrivals mal; L. L. Taylor Orlando, M. O.
'arrived is guest at the Orlando M. P, Tindall S. S.
r : Tue.dayand a Taylor ; .
for the winter. _.
St. Cloud Hotel superintendent. AND LASTING' TEN DAYS "
Mr. and Mrs. A. M Doughty entertallied .
d 1.> S.> Shalleron and Charles Fan- {_'lur' .
at a New England dinner on ., A
-nihg'of fit. Petersburg, were guestsat -
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Sunday at their pleasant home, on ORANGE CENTERWe '

.- Mr.the,New and Mrs.St: 'Cloud W.! II.Hotel'Enipson Mqnd Mr.y. The Orange Invited avenue guests and Thirteenth were: Mr.street and have just heard the report of Heavy J Ofrting) ,:;jn .all l{ .colors, special'per; yard : -25c ;

"George Hunter Misses Mittle May Mr*. L. Shambow Mr. and Mrs. the death of Harold Johns, anotherof t
a and Ella McAllister motored to Kis- Yard wide Bleaching good grade s l .. 25c
.slminee Marcelle, Mrs. William BIrcher Mr.' our brave soldier boys who* died'inFrance. ; special, per yard ': .
Thanksgiving Day.
on '
Theo Ham and Mr.' Montcell. The report. through a .
,it. ;4i a ,oommlaary Mr. John Cummings at running I'' Mrs. W. I. Barber ef Carolina'& Sta letter: written to his parents, by his a Yard" wide(Unbleached' Muslin, special e ,'per'yard . ". = 25e j
tion,'was a St. Cloud visitor, Wednes- 'Red Cross nurse and'announcing "
4_, The Elate P. McElroy Auxiliary i death.. Harold Rayford Johns ',rwtes : drd'r'' :" ." = '
day morning. Good Check r' $
grade r "
n Giflgharasrspecial . l5c"
u :held regular'meeting on Monday -; and ,:per ; -
afternoon, the nomination for officers .' Uncle Josh Ferguson was a busifleas born in Stuart, Sept. 25th 1895, . .. .. :. ..'. .
a 'visitor 'to Kissimmee on' Wednesday enlisted in the in 1917,' and belonged '" ..
. army :
; was election left open till'next1 meeting, .', '' ,,t to'the 103rd Regiment of En \ 100 Girts' Caps; (to .dose them';out, each. -. ." , tOe i ,
when the will be held, and all .
i On' 'Friday afternoon the !..byalWomn' gineers. 'He'was a younj roan highly '
members. 'The Garrison are requested bf' the d to Army be present.and I I Class will 'meet to knot a esteemed by all who knew:' him, and Best Grade...HaWii r i'sad' hn Check Overalls . -" $l
comfort for 'the children's home at his friends will regret to'learnof
many '
., ; Javy Union met Monday'and' nominmted Atlanta Ga. his death' He is a nephew of Mrs. 100'p it dies' Shoes last .t '-
their om e....' ; : special long as. they; / l;98"100pi.fMen's .:
W.. 11: Murray, from the camp at J.. -3. Keen of Orange Center. .
Mr.. and Mrs. J. D. ofKlstlmmee
a were .St. Cloud Woodbeck visitors Arcadia, spent Thanksgiving herewith Mr.' and Mrs. Lester Flint and Mr. : Work( Shoes,..special, per pair' -: . 25'-- r ,
his cousin, Mi s.Golda and Mrs. Warren Frace were Sunday .
on Tuesday.Beaver > Mr. and Mrs. John guests at the, home of Mr. and Mrs.J. Blue Work Shirts each'' : ;; . ,'I. . '
) Isaae and J, W. Meadler . ; ,- > ; 1.00t .
of:Poughkeep.ieN. Y.; arrived Tues- daughter, arrived "Monday;;. GroveS'j E. Maddox::'fI't.* )u.'Mfmster"Flint .
from ,Bedford, Ind., to 'spend I 1 made a business. "
and at the
dayevenlng; are guests >
. ,'. ter .with Mrs. Mallotfs trip lq.llgeimme. Tuesday.r .
' !) on :

BonairHouse..Mrs. Stumpy, of Charleston, W. Va., W.Mr.Rogers; and Mrs.on Carolina N. Brown avenue., Floyd FAIR MANAGEMENT' fi**** MAKING* Come [Early and Avoid 'the Rush!' ;" ':
arrived Wednesday and Is a guest at
the St. Cloud Hotel. Brown, and Mrs. Jule Dasen arrivedon ".,,..PLANS FOR JAN. EXHIBIT
Monday from Fayetteville, N. Y., rt.ucontinued',- ,
Mr., and Mrs; J." H;, <;>Osborne and from One) '' '
( Page .
for the winter.
Mrs. Melissa A. Schooley is among than a month earlier than previous These'' bargains won't. last. .long; at'these_ prices. Don't: :,'

. T the late arrivals from Pittsburg, Pa., fairs, he will have an .opportunity to ..41Dofl't'forget
x F STEAM and ts a guest at the St.'Cloud Hotel. interest the growers in an exhibit. forget ',that our store is Santa .Claus' Headquarters:
Mrs. Mollie Martin has sold her Some of Mr. Javen's friends suggest

VULCANIZINGAND property to Mr. John Mosher. :Mr. that his specialty: is watermelon, and .
and Mrs. Martin are how' located at that he may secure an exhibit of the Date Saturday December 7 .
AND the Haven. them. From the laughter which1 accompanies -
Mr. Frank Haymaker, of Kent.6., any reference to the subject -
TUBE[ REPAIRING was the guest over Thanksgiving of it may contain a "joker," but .if
. r a .his parents, Mr and Mrs,O. H. Haymaker that be the case, Mr Javens must
4 supply the key. DOLLAR LIMIT STORE

r ;>JACK SPARLING The races will be local ones, that
: Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Simmons, of much has been definitely settled.

107 BROADWAY >r rt Clinton, Ohio, were. among the out of There are numbers of fast cow poniesIn t
town visitors in the city Monday, the county,' and every owner 1s
I y They were guests of the Grayetone. confident that his broncho is the t: G1-. 'pez": cui nom: : X1Y

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V ,. fleetest. An enterprising racing program and Mrs., C. B. Elam, entertainingabout ." ,
can fee arranged.'to test out the forty of her friends. ; ., ."
.. . "... local ponies and with.'sectional' prideat I. ,JTictrola and piano supplied the The
.;4{ : v' "' \"\;:., , the stake they,will"prove amusing.In music for the dancing numbers ;and Park Hotel ;:::4
y ; oas there is any'j lack: of excitement I the little people mad merry through '
i\ ::":; :ii {; at the fair. Manager Johnston out the evening. MRS. A, ROSE, froprletnss '.:
can: turn loose some;/of. hi, Indian Mrs., C. ): Burroughs and' Mrs. :1
' Brahma stock, which''created f such a ,Holmes Prather assigned Mrs. Elam In .. = ; ''tJ. -
: Big Difference 'I disturbance af Jacksonville last week entertaining and serving delicious k: '

'' and nearly put theState. Fair out, ofcomm.luion. fruit'punch and home.- made ,candies. Located.One Block 'From. }| '
seem little to a boX look different'when he become a 'This is" ODe 'feature, ot'entettainment HOME "DEMONSTRATION. CLUB -. the Station,. "f

that can b* depended Upon; that 'HOLD FIRST MEETING MONDAy Winter viiprt.! will hnd|
is a demonstration!''ffltfhV;;by"th* airman :. . .
little thing in early life turn out to be of the greatest :, ir from Dorr arid tJirUtrom Fields, (( o\tbuiJ.from'Pag* One) ,our accommodations comfortable :,j
' .4 life. near Aradiaisai'mmee'hasalways: '! ; in cookery will b* present next'MonTb : : and_home'like.: 'J

i been a popular l'Mort"for'tbe, week. day. *. ,"
RANK cua'A a good financial connection. Make an early start by ., I end among the 'airmen: '.tit'the campo study: 'of- the,home':demonstratton' ..t .;.. =.'\\, ,'C iy- .,
+, '' with this Institution' NOW.:, I t, 'and.there J', no ,douT>*:",th.t":.aft t .invitation club> "'has)\ arranged la'course ,a, \' .
to p rtloipatlV.yih4!' ;filr, Oelii 1 of ten'lessofe.l' At !(their con Rates '
I I te in of f'such nit importance at the moment t. but you will r bration would be 'aocaptod aed'}' ba' tlusion l any member, .'who desires',to Reasonable. -
g iEu for.paving.done so.- '. "j:t .L ,number. of. shlpt' ;'wotfM' Mm*, up 4o *. pay. take Ern' examination and /J w
e ''" for. the event '.\ / rSty. a Houskper'sdiploma; from- I ::
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on all aving account*, large or imalL ::1'.ri While the 19il'trde proml..1 U b* ., '
the State CotlgThe j'Sourp of ;fits and,.th e vabie\.e\ ,;
something out'of,th ordinary line it progrsm'for* Monday 'after different;:Idnds .in the body,'" 1I.i'o .
will dose;,none :of its.'fnt! rest oJ that: noon'followsJ J : 1. Bure1ahal: a. :' ":WJ.'"o;
: flS Bank *"' '! kcount.,, ,.; I ;;' ; I.Pata :>ad ''Qila.' "The value of- Oleomargarine 9"
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ATnt nn pii : ; era situation .I 1 14 theworld :to: eollwith; bu '' MrW: W W "
v ''. I '. ...' PRETTY- 'DANCING,PARTY' ci.y.\Mn..s..B; ,..'AnKmaiL : Coleman. '1rt' VTor' ; !
-; .. ;OP KISSIMMEBtTV ''WAI.S INOSSDNrl "iMiss aeleiirat. the :'.Tji food Value, ('. nuts\Mlis; .. '. 'D. xe i
'. s 4vu snr T_ Evelyn Elam &; .'0- .?..,
A4 ,.: A : VN1TEDaTATU anniversary 'of her twelfth; .birthday Clecldey;" 'I' ReDt-'rwO'tu.ndabecl;
1 . bakk. with. the alffity a>4 wffli.f- Tuesday night with it /pretty dancingparty'.at IXonionstration, ,peanut butter, by with' modern convenient., '
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