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 13, 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: VID00885
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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\Th*' annual 'celebration, of 'th."Ostola ranged, 'for the entertainment ''of the ;" An ,exdtl took place at charge 'of a gun.. .
W.dun'gtonb.'C. 1918'To
County Fair will b* held along distinguished visitors who will be Th White House Nov. 26. Kissimmee Wednesday night when About that time Sheriff. L. HI; ,In.' >>'I'
w.and -novel-1 lines, this year and present at that time;: Manager Johnston thY:American People ? Qnyear' ago' twenty-two 'million Marshal Overstreet undertook tA stopa irrajw.who waa returning; from a.trip .
promise to' bra stronger educational is planning a general receptionbr American by enrolling at members of the Red Crow at Christmastime 'ear 'which was violating the 'city to Orlando was stopped at Mr Stev
r actor'than the ordinary fairs, for It some 'other form of'.ntertainmen cent to the men;who were fighting' our battles overseas stimu.. traffic ordinance and was shot by thestrangers. ens'and told the story. He passed th.. ,
[will feature Oseeoia'grown stock and for Wednesday night and 'will likely lating of cheer and good will. They made it dear that As at( result of the. Incident the car but of, courts had no reason
menage our
nom grown; ,f Md'411., .- In tad solicit the ladies assistance in makingthis Mr. Overstreet's face 'wears un. to stop It, He
Pat" Johnston'who-has ,agreed to evening lIn..r.i a pleasant people wale of their own free choke 'united with their government usual ,adornments in the way, j of giving them' a-description,jof the police
manage the;*vent and C unt,. 'A1fent memaury.wkh; the visitors On Thursday in the determination not onljr'to"w."' war with the instrument of courtplasters his coat wbieh'wa. *ovi and the number, of their' car men and ,
lavens,whowill be his able assistant, at the close of'the 'eonv'lltionand destruction; but also b,.' every means r in their power to repair the ered with .blood made-a trip 'to 'the started back with !>eputt'C.m;; beII.
wish it to b* known'.. a stock exhibit' stock 'show the cattle men of ravages 'of die invader and .t .So and renew the spirit of the army cleaners and the occupants 0 f the care Just inside the city limits in Orlando?
and feed shoW',,I'.ther than-a fair Osceola county will be hosts' and will two white men and a -
negro an occupying they came across the police with I
i Mr..Johnston. and. the Edgewater arrange for a boat trip down the and-of.the ,home* which they represented. The friend of the American reserved seats in,the /county parties wanted and after disarming the '
'arms. Company,captured some very lake to some alluring spot and then Red Cross in Italy: Belgium, and France: have told and will tell them they came 'back to KiMiramee,,
vJe prizes, silver cUP.i'blue rib. throw. a barbecue for good msasure. again the story of how' the Red Crow workers restored morale in Marshal Oversereet was sitting' inearly where the men were placed in jail.
he-Otste;: an week The details, of the trip will be the hospital\ ., in' the 'camps, and at"the cantonment<<: and we ought their 'exhibit..'of :Florida, worked out later but fit tin .drove' past at the of
grown no more ; rate case of *!Red Eye"' ,beneath ,
that have been be
be of service
to nry'proud we permitted to to
and the community is naturally conclusion to the ,first .convention to 8.drove'.drove-past at the rate fabout'.o. the,, then masked with or-
i Bed over the matter. So 'how the State Live Stock Association eve those whose suffering and whose glory+are 'heritage of humanity. miles an hour. He suspect ,
'could we bett.I',.dvertl.. what Is be-: held in Klssimmee could be planned Now,,by God' grace/the Red; Cross Christmas message of 1918Is ed that the contents of the car might The men claim to have come'front,
ingdonvin this Bounty in the five stock: than such a day spent on Lake Toho to be a message of peace at well a* a me.age.of good will. But be j;illegal and there was no. doubt of Macon. Ga.. and said they were en
.I, / Industry than to specialise on that pekaliga's dimpling waters and fan- does that can fold ourhand It raacri6cL the reckless driving, so he decided to route t6 Jacksonville where they Intended
not :
peace mean we << means
and .xclud. all other features which ned by the balmy tropical' breezes. overtake the strangers and place to dispose of' their goods.
nave long been associated with ordinarq -j combined with choice cuts of Flori : Our membership must hold 'together and be increased, for them under arrest.In. speaking of 'At' Just 'what figure their bail ,will
+ fairs This will be more ape, da's grass fed browned over coals. the great task 'come. We must prone conclusively to' an attentive the Incident he said "I. knew my car be fixed or what charges will be
t j -proprlat ... Kissimmee will be permeated with that unequaled. woodsy world that America is permanently the.needs, of. the new couldnt catch them so I asked John against, .the men is not knownat pryferred -
'i( teas to the State Live.Stock bo'-I flavor. 'our old indifference forever. Lee who was sitting in Mrs. Lee's this tires.
,I tion Tuesday and Wednesday Manager Johnston may be congratulated era. gone Cadillac < to help me run them down,
; vary 14th and 15th, when prominent I on the inspiration which The, exact nature :of the future service of the Red Cross will and Fred Bass agreed to run the car. "
jstock -owners from all parts of the'brought about this program as outlined depend upon the programme of the! associated government, but there"i As soon a* the strangers .saw theywere REV. IL A. HODNETT NfW'MIHIf :
state will be the 'guests of'the-city. and here's hoping he may be i immediate need today for every*heartening' word and for every followed they hit the road for TERFOICll.'ECiU1tcHWoad

Manager, Johnston and County. Agent able to carry it out to the letter, helpful service; We must not forget that our soldiers and sailors' are' alt that was' In their machine and we ,-.1 :. .
j dJavens, together with the- .xecutlve I, still under, order 'and (till have duties to perform of the highest consequence after.:then. At-the'Christian church was t'f'dYtd'bitlae' 'offldals
where. Brack
.board 'street turns' off tramBroadway
of the fair association, have -
of the church
; and that the Red Cross-Christmas membership this week
.'outlined, their plan as follows; means a I they were evidently' puzzled *,
p The stock xhibit and home. grown SINGINGS. great deal to -them., The people' pf"the....saddened lands; moreover,, , .nd--tookth. wrong ro.u'so Dar; that Rev. P. A. Hodnett? of Plant
,feed show will b* held .t'tb. county returning home today where ther*. (we' no-home* ,mu.t 'hare'"the 'assurance :straight out Brack to the' end and City had been.. appointed ,by, the' M.EConference .:
fait grounds on these dates, and.whaJ: MiasX Mbina. Smithy county demon- that the'hearts of. our people'.artvwith! ,them the dark' and I were obliged to turn.barlctothe. ixle : ,just closed,at Bartow.
.1* being don ,toward, better breeding strator. is adding a new Aote' of."in Highway at the Davis place. We .
of the local
to doubtful day ahead.. Let u*. to far a*,we can. help thf'.DIclc to. faith pastor organization.U1
T ranches of this section can b* terest her-work this month by arranging ,tried to'reach that point first and '
evident to the "visitors., Mr..'' for community singings .In i in mercy and in future happiness.' head'.them off and the. race was so *, Rev.;. Hodnett is A' stranger
'I' D will have 'specimens ,of his, the, more'thickly settled districts of '"'''"'At President of>> the Red Cro 'a.c011acioUI! in ,this,'great hour of I close that,they struck our car' a* they In Klssimnsee, he .comes' highly''' reoommended :,

on exhibit, the Edgewater.n1 .the! county.. '. : .the 'value of -such{ a,'message": from; thWAmerican: 'people. I should be ;went;' in on the highway there, tearing by the presiMngp e1d r.''
and, all th* 'prominentstock I Last Sunday afternoon she motor I T, ; away our bumper and bending in .one H. has just completed' his fouzth
her should -cw-operate .in ,ed out% to Alligator Lab and met glad if every'American would join'the Red Cross'for 1919. and'thus'san fender.t :, year of tile pastorate In: Plant ;OKy.
tHe stock show as complete with the'people, of that communityfor d forth to the 'wbolehurnaaJamiIy'The, Christmas greeting. for I' We W.A obliged to slow up a little and the member 01 his V Jto
; a. interesting possible... Durr an.hours chorus singing. Mrs which. J.t wait, and for which it greatest need. to see1 haw. badly 'we were damagedbut not. oaly ,ba'lncreued,'' eong
r the afternoons of these days there i iI I Verna 'Kills and'Charlie Regero, who ,' WOODROW WILOf(' was cadght .up with.them' at .the with each :rear but .
I be races when Florida cow ponies.are oth ? : ,M/ E., Stevens place on the Orlando ttanttal dditlon this year if ef"ouuld'
'' jr'may be entered for the1 .. '' cempanled. Miss Smith taking, their road about' a-'mile outside 'the city be returned to their church.- It is the
-pries; which will be offered. 'C.;,W.: Instruments and carrylnar.the.melod limits. Right ,then things began to policy, l.. Ward and E. L. Lesley will be in Miss Lillian Prentds was also in the : happen. ." One .>f the men In the car make a change of 'ministers-at the
charge: : of these programs and that party and led the singing. The people MASSMEETINGM"NDAYNIGHtFOlt pushed,the barrel,of his gen''outfhe close of the length of' this time:and'
-ver.' y fact insures the success of this of the settlement had gartrrxi back' of'hts' -ear and'fired straight at Rev.' "ocInet'WI' assigned, ,. to. tWIty. ,.'
feature V on the shore-of the beautiful lake in us. Bass and John Lee both) saw him ."
,, Mr. Javens will look after t.M feed the day for their'serviceand' remain tw and'ducked out of the range* and escaped Dr,"J.. D. Sibert, the pastor, few.t.....
exhibit and expects to have a fine collection ed for-picinc dinner}>nd the singing. : without a scratch-but the shot past ,.ar' was .appointed"to- Perry
of corn, 'eowpe..,- rice velvet They took1 an enthusiastic part in the I C.. ROLL CALL'''struck the windshield breaking it all and .:'pecks to leave .arty'next week' \

bans'efaufas, peanuts can and singing: and were certainly ..appreciative I to pieces on the side John was sitting f'or. .e\-'oftvUle on short visit, ,then,.
sorghum.; Mr. Javens. is an- n\hua. 'of Miss' :Smith's efforts to add to land'! was hit in the lawmostlybyithe bn (r hip new field of labor.' '
) lasSe believer in silos for 'the roifir pleasure promoting! good fellowship .-' '.broken glass, though one shot VDK: C.: H. Summers.' a former pas-
..' Florida'stock man and.will have en. The'Red'-croa. .Chriatmu;'RoI1;the: Mo{ J., E. Lupfer,|local chairman' lodged'f ust'bow my left e,..- There toy here, who has been 'in the. Y. M..
silage right there as" a'' proof c.. conviction. Some of his friends still her frlendi.wbo are musicians, to I In.the whOM efrorta'"aA 'who will make' house to in the top of the machine and it to ,the.Conference.and! 'was. made,
and organization cfcirvas-}! t.'the.eltT.nt ,-...- .atro'ng, poeaiblaatbt'twoshot..trere' : .Evangelist. 'Dr. Sum-
In.4t- that h*>ahould' have a ..water .Id her..fa these countyievnt- "' : seams Conference- : .
JMlOQ'n.biblt.: . will hold these community. aingingsat :for th< Illeviattnif'SufferLSg : o.mrpittes-fur the buifn..ctioa.\ fired: for i'rn.n,....ft'JriftJrI down-In meta aiM\ t..mttt iwilIV oatinu- ''toTrmakKlsslmm -
-; -Of:'cours1 "a .little nonsense' now Bassville. Kenansv U., Campbell 1 mankind.will officially open the drive A ,table with appropriate decorations .;'the ear* could have hardly struck,the ..;'tbeir.home; for th>'. -
nd then is-'relished by the wisest Station Center 'Park, and Jt,1l1iWy,. .. Monday: night, With a mass meeting- has been,placed in the post office -'wind.hleld'I the top with one dU ]!ireseqt.- _._ .. ..."-.. .'._'.rr-i;, \
and there will b* some fun ar- other points. 1 at the Dixie Theater .t 7:80.Dr.. 'D.A and a number pf members will "
UUU Burkhalter' ,-the mayor-of Makin likely to secure through this source.At. .
lie Tennessee will be present' anddeliver Shingle Creek. Campbell" Station .
ygmiXTn ': an address on'the Red Cro" and '.the. Partln. Settlement, WEKIWA BAPTIST ASSftlfri.: .
: BRYAN : H. Clay Stanford county Chair teams will be named to make a ,house ;
.man, received a telegram stating that to'' house canvas. -
Dr. Burkhalter had been taking special The Red. Cross. Christmas' Roll 1.1.I "
;: Instruction atAtlanta,' and was not a drive to secure funds but to*interest SESSION THIS D'-
SESSION 'WAS' JUSTIFIEDRepresentative !oheidered a Red Cross expert. He is I as many individuals as possible .. HERE :
j considered a speaker of great power in i this great c.u.... "A dollar and a
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. and will fittingly open the drive. .heart Us all you need. "' -, -. -' .. '- ir
, .-- : The' annual meeting the Weklwa 'furnish a substantial fiaaneM .. "
< N, 'C: Bryan retum-: Ician who violate...ay.provi.ion of VANS AGNEWOUT NAT C' RSON'MISSING' Association group of about twenty* is for the school. .-'One hundred thousand l
;ed from the Stat capitol Sunday at the Act is subject a fine of $500 or FRANK: three Baptist churches of this vicinity dollars has been pltdeed to, the'
the' close of. the extra session of-the six months in jail, and shall on-con- ; was i held In, Kissimmee Tuesday college on condition that two hundredand
T legislature well pleased with the,reeI viction-'b forever disqualified to practice '' in the First Baptist Church the beautiful : fifty thousand dollars can be ,ub-'
ord that body. Mr. Bryan profession in the State. Mr. Of 'HUN PRISON SINGE NOVEMBER 2 building' which',houses'' tb.tde-'I''' scribed within the next five years.
,1 r I "ha*,. become In -the legLlature Bryan Was 'mad chairman of the nomination< here. Apopka '' The ;report stated.that.sin energentlc '
? and has proved himself to be a Temperance -committee making1 Ms ,--. designated as the meeting place for i campaign would soon ,be on foot; ,to
i staunch supporter of what he conceive third session in,that position.: He E. 'G. Vans Agnew*received a telegram -' Mr. and Mrs... N.'B.. Carson recel"ed'a this )'ear' but owing to the presence I secure that sum and make'a permanent -
4 1 : to be the right and his clear said that the committee worked mlgh.ty from his brother, P. A. Vans telegram from the authorities at influenza> in .that town it is' said fund for the, college -
" ,' thinking and logical .judgment .have hard day and night on the bill and Agnew .of Jacksonville morning' Washington this morning conveying a change was made in the plans anJth. The'home'extension work was giv
given him the confidence of hie'coo. felt that as the situation now stands conveying the' information that another -i the disquieting.information.that their regular three day session was con- considerable. attention and plans .
,-rtltuentSi Florida was at last "bone dry." brother Frank Vans Ag-. son, Nat; Carson,'. Jr., was reported densed.into a one day meeting., I laid to broaden the field and with this t '
I. bin interviewed by a represents When asked his .position on theabolishing new who was' taken, prisoner by the missing in action,,on Nov.' 2nd.' ..Rev. O. B.. Falls, pastor of the' in mind the Baptist churches will be o '
i' of the Gazette in regard to then of the Tax Commission Germane on November; 23. 1917, hadbeen Nat was with the 2nd training First Baptist Church of Kissimmee i asked to begin a drive in this dlrec-' '
just closed,'.Me said: "Thein. he stated that he was adverse to.that beard from. The cable 'eonveyng Bat- let; training re..lm.nt'U. S. Marina called the.meeting to order and con- 1Ion': to last; until .the middle of D-..
which 'I was most/Inter.h move. H* felt the 'commission had < :' this Information stated that head Corps and his manyfriends here ducted !''the devotional exercises, as. camber: .10 : c .t
,& the temperance question an important mission but felt it In Denmark ,, he have; been taken 'of
arrived Copenhagen; may sisted' by: Dr. Burr of Winter. Park. The outstanding feature the afternoon
I .f... sure thaI, ;.the bill ,Ju.t en- should have been givenVmcre/ power. and was welL prisoner, and will be heard from later Miss Jane-Warner of St.'Cloud added session of the association was .... ,
satisfactory and The Railroad Commission he also ?
prove Captain Vans Agnew'was formerly to'the pleasure of the audiene by the splendid sermon delivered b'Y..Dr.
...-aDd that Florida will be favoredThey should practice economy tostmaster of Kissimmee, anel'it will Miss Marion Sargent was called "to singing beautiful sacred selection. Duke, of the First Baptist Churchof
g dry after the first1' of the In the way of,clerks as far aspossible -reatreIW'to his friends her. home at Avon Park Tuesday by ?
ea many
was inspiration'toevery
> devoted Tampa.This an i
r"Whe.. the bill will come into affect. he said but he felt there ;The morningsession was
here to learn that he is all right after the'Ulnes of her mother. .Miss Sar to- routine of the association and individual in the attentive au- ,
Should the emergency was no question but that the commission whole in Hun prison gent will not return until after the
alcoholic a year spent a while businessvwas given -eon- dienoe that ftlled the large auditor-
i elating the shipment of resulted in great good. to the holidays., proper .
, rinks before that date.b* he courts which are now.teeting' outs When asked to express his views patch. meetlDar .dJoumed to .....mb1e'.t

i valadity] the state; of.course,.woulde on ,the.. situation'f the Reform Of the twenty-three churches in . Aponka next year.. the latter part .
dry now." . School at Marianne he felt that COMMUNITY LABOR BOARDS) the,association, seventeen ..organisa of October; (
Whenasked regarding the amend- criminal ..neligenc, minmaaagement tions sent in reports, letter :The --official messengers from tu
nl; hentApermitting alcohol In the form and wastefulness would cover', the or' by messenger. These were snappy churches in the Wekawa Association
".whiskey or brandy to be dispensed ground. The 1917 appropriation was and full of enthusiasm and it seemedto attending the meeting, follow: "
r f medical purposes Ilr..Bryan said: not sufficient and the legislature provided RElPOISTRIBUTE be the concensus- of opinion that Rev. E: Lee Smith and wife. Orlan-
I'have* had a -of 'raggingbout / for immediate relief for the inmates LABOR a .timUus,w.. being felt In religious do. "
| that but.I 'fn'Ote'that amend of the institution and the next I circles. .t.# *. : A., B. Johnson! Orlando.' ,
pent and 'feel sure it 1s iron clad sessionwould have time"to deal with '" The annual election' ''of officers W, P. Miller Orlando.\. '
U. amendment provided ,that .whl.y. .- 'he situation. .' named Rev. O. B. Falls, of.Kissimmee 8s A. Newell and wife Orlando.,
. or'brandy may be prescribed by The Question' of utilizing the unoc- At the'request-of the Secretary .of initial "sir*"up". are due by wire in : and W. P. Miller i i of Orlando Mrs. M. -'O. Overstreet. Orlando..
physician who hasa :regular ,llcI oied land of. Florida and colonizing War' and the chairman the War Washington today or morrow. clerks.for: the ensuing ,.ear.. .Other G.- L. Huxtable, Orlando., ;;
I under th* law* IOf the State who them with IIOldl.n 'was not gone Industries ''Board; the machinery' of Thereafter the boards will -make a members of the executive board were. C. 'M. Tichner Orlando. . '
S examined the person' applying into, but the matter'w. turned over the United State Employment Service weekly report indicating :whether Dr. J.. -"trOYilllon of ,Wintei-- P.rk. Dr. W. M. Burr Wint.r''Park. 1 "
fcr such prescription and'who states to the Internal Improvement Board, will be utilized for the gathering there is shortage or surplus IOf laborin J.'W. Matchett of Pin Castle and A, Dr. J. TrovilUon and wife, WIn*,* u."
J Vat the prescription necessary to [authorizing-it with power.., to '''act. oC up-to-date information on labor their communities and concisely W' ;Hurley of Winter'Gardea.:? .., ter'Park.- -. .
are the Illness or disease of which This board Includes the Governor 'AJld conditions throughout picturing the, general, local' Industrial 'Rsv>JJ.:, J, Farmer and Rev., O. B. J.,. W., F. Bray and L wife, Wrot**-
.*e.. patient -is, sufferingHe must I other state officials.'; ,. that ,the, WarDepartm nt' and the situation. Falls. both of' Kisslmraee w re 'ap- Garden. '' ' ,4.
'also certifybe'' .date of the last pre- When Mr. -Bryan was. asked if bethought War Industries Board may. avoid While special attention'will at this pointed' delegates from the Weklwa s; B.. Hull.'Winter Haven" : '
\:.'--wriptiway''prescribing- us-' of al- I the Importance of'the meas'res causing unemployment hr th. demobilization time b* given to the larger Industrialdistricts Association to the state conventionto J, L. DUlard.. Winter Garden..' '; .
coholle drink . : passed by the legislature Justified o( the Army and thewarin. "of the country. all Federal be held in Tampa in January* I Dr.' Tupper' ..daitland.J. :-'" .. r
.APrescription must be filled Governor Oatts in- ealHn.-.the' ex ustries. '" directors regardless' of whether or James M. Wilson'., was Damedthedele..te .. '. .'W.'MatcWt and .wife, Pini'C *.'< '
same day.or the day after it I.Bed. I tra. session, he,replied! f certainly Thecommunity' labor, boards'/ are not their boards ar to make simmedbatsfy. from the Wekiwa-Asso- tie f'
.::No ,physician' may prescribe do and it seemed to be the concensusof the part of the Employment Servicerganization .. ;aN instructed. to 'put elation to; sit on the state board of H. Gatllff., St. Cloud., / ,.*- .' < ' the form of whiakey lOrdy opinion of the other.. 'members 'of on which this great and their boards at; work on ...gathering' missions;: The board is composed of Geo. BrinkenhofC .and. : wife. St. t
for other than medical pur the,legislature.too.". V responsible task falls. The local: employment formation on" the ,local labor situation. - delegates sent. from the twenty-five Cloud .. *..--?. M ilTheoX.Desehner .
+ and then. not to'exceed eight1s .,,. offices: --will. assist them . aaoclaiions of the state ,- *_ and jrif,.St::CJouo.J. .
s-', on*'';person-''a.t" on* .time. : NOTICE.All '"he industrial advisers 'for the;.Employment Secretary Wilson's Appeal. The reports 'fr m various 'BaptistInstitutions .. .,.H.' C.den, St.-Cloud./ 'II e.c'a J }
.pharmacist required .toe Service attached to the'dis sentto the '.,aOeI... -r
$ Secretary of Labor.Wilson.has : supported Dr. yfflt; ,,HUDle,, Apopka. r *' k'Gerg
a perman.nt.s.cordall alco-. persons who"subscribed td th* rict draft boards also will be enlisted the members .of community la tionshowed favorableconditions.'The. *;' L. Sull1Y&D'and.wffe., Car* <.:. ...
In tbd forms .whiskey and bran- United W.r' Work Fund are earnest'1y'equeded in| this nation-wide intelligence topration. boy boards urgent-appeal- to continue work .of the ()rop.hana.. .- at' Arcadia mel ' .llfl '- .
Jototivecl, by him' and he.must note ; to. paytheir pledges to . \ - ;.at their posts until the last was reviewed giving the details of bfrs. Joe Han.'Carmel.. ;
4Me r and amount dispensed to any J. L.--Overstreet. treasurer Th first ;: Bgia Work: at- Oneev.Federal .- :\ overseas troops and civilian'. war the ,'approaching 'drive which .begins .
"Thesa:records must' be'kept Installment'on these. pledges was due '. "directors''of'' the 'Employment workers 'here haft: been 'demobilised December 16th. and.continues until Mss :Jlennle Lightsey.. of; ocb d
Iliad cestt. >l* at all: timejofwrs to Dee:2, . R. M. EVANS Service, for States -last; Th1U.- and found'mploymnVl..Ther .. \' l' '. ,.';' January 1st.. 'This is being done that Ueade.; came up for a few days with
of''th* law for' Inspection, 7 County Chairman: day received telegraphic 'announce. is'no instrumentality1 l at the the Institution, may-,extnd'its.'wrk/ her eon Henry Lightseyj-and family.'. '
fa4ur* of'the bill whiab''Dl'Ilrob- ment of the program1 and instructions Government command'so well equip. and broaden ita14. activity.;:": On Sunday, Mr.. and Mrs. Ugbtsay
iasjores th ca nar'out.o ''Carney' Evans1 received his ,dl.* to; start the community labor bards : pod to- help In_the procesr of-transl* ,-The prospects for.Columbia .'Cot and daughter Mildred,.' with --their ;
; as welt as the letter'la Mr. charge rom"the 'army 'and' returned nj; ::100 Important industrial centers: i tion from paeas the com4 at ,Lake City were.discussed and (guest' Lucy Buckles, rnor\;, '
a'opinion," i. the /clause whichds home from Camp Jackson1. tlonc} on a quick.."sizing up"-of the ,_ 4 1 .Ie was. stated tba '. movement .a.Oft, tone andBartow and spent the .y ,
ir that.anypbarhseiatorphys.: r .I iola4'1abor'situation.'' :' Returns: ,on, the, ,(Continued :on P.e.Xlght)., foot to.secizre a sufficient endowment with.Dr. ,Lightsey and wife , __ '"
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Lay Ibe''jest about the.Julep, in the'Camphor Ball at 1ast t' : ''i----
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at. Th oil "
i eU with wallow or water. na4ejthe '
.*?.Mik I..o.' kMnars that and< dl are..*fcasHna llv. orcM.ThU .*kda.y.-a Un.. a"d ..aiea wblebnauie ..t a For the!',Miracle'hai happened and the olden days are pats

betas: lroa. It la I eaay to btl..i. or....premature to throw old oit .the.*..poleona. New ute a.eUatrencUi That which make'''Milw.ukeefamoul. does not foam in Tennessee, ; Your CliriifmdiSho 1.n"-,
that by V.*t>lnr the kldna-rs tad d'' continue the : ,
? sreellv. arcana claanMd and In proper Increaa When aa ompletely rots reetoredcontinue And the lid Pre old Missouri use tight locked ai can bet
working-' order' old a.. can b. -deferred treatment.(akin' &, a capeule' or two eaen. Oh. the comic.paper Colonel and his croniet'well may sigh! ''i
r and lit by prolon tbe averase.ed far poreon.beyond that enJoyed day. will GOLD keep In baarlem health and Oil vigor Can.eufea For the mint i i. waving gaily, but, the South i* Going DRY. '

FV>r..over tM loan GOLD MEDAL and prevent return of the 41...... Until you. LAve visited- .our store and impeded, themagnificent ;
Haarlem. on ..... been relieving the. IJo not Walt until old era. Go or' toyoittrlrurirl"t dlaeae. By the stilltide. on the hillside, in Kentucky all i i. still ,
.....n_* and dlaablllty due to ad.vaaclns1 have eettted down for good j stock that we offer from which to make ;
I -are. It ll a standard old- < and got;; Moneyrefunded GOLD t For the only damp refreshment must be dipped up from the rill. ] :your. .
tint. home remedy and neade no Intro MKlJALi rlaarlam selection of Holiday' Gift '
.. Tnreoalaea North Carolinas ruler his soda shove
Auction. OOLJ> MEDAL Haarlem Oil Utnoloeed If they do not .Ip you. stately gives glass a
In odorleaa' l..t.I... ...peulaeontatnlnjr Bur Imported r.m.mber OOLX to PEDAL oak for bre.d.tbom theorlrinal . And discuss local option with the South Carolina Gov.It .,-

.- a*,)'ou.about would I a drop pill, -with o.b... small Take la ...Iect .. it useless at the fountain tope Vinkful of the eye;; Our, stock-i. so complete, ,so metropolitan' in character .

-__ .."h.._. .'u'0'4 .,'_ _..- ...................." ... ........-." -" "---" For the Cocktail glass is dusty, and the South is Going DRY. so supreme in quality and so reasonable) in .price that p toottO+foOOUOUOOO-O 0'0 HOHO'UOOfoOO"OOO ot. ., It is Water. Water everywhere\ and not a DROP to drink,' you. can but be suited and pleated. < .',.

I We'no longer hear the music1'of! the mellow crystal clink "
I Cone Over the Top! When the Colonel and the Major and the General and jedge In addition to staples we have especially featured 'i:

; Meet to have a little nip to give their appetites an edge; many novelties of usefulness, value and beauty, No trouble ...
For the eggnog now is nogleis and the rye has gone awry
1 r And the Punch Bowl holds Carnation, and the.South is Going DRY. to find here a suitable present for every one. ;
The Chemical Indoor Closett
: Waterbury

.. -FOR::....-....;.. All the nightcaps now .have tassels and are worn upon the head )
Not the nightcaps that were taken when nobody went to bed;

1 ,1''\ EFFICIENCY . ECONOMY COMFORT And the breeze above the bluegrass is as solemn as is death Owen-Cotter Companyfeu i
For it hears no pungent clove-tank on its odorific breath: Jewelry ;

t . H. EDMUND SWABEY,, Agent And each'man can walk a chalk line when the star aile' in the sky <:a:

I' ". 6 80:1: 625 KISSIMMEE' FLA.r' .. For the fizz-glass now is fizzle, and.the South i i. going DRY.; Phone 43Z4 TAMPA 609 Fraa1rJia sa:,, A

,' 6V. i l', ",-.. -- .OOo.OOOO'Ofoo.oI I Lay the jest about the Julep 'neath the Chestnut tree II r i iI t S"

h Fbr there i i. but one kind of moonshine and the olden day are past; ., "
For the Water-Wagon rumble through the Southland on its trip.
laf{ r t(I PRESENTMENT OF GRAND JURYi jl And it help no one to drop off to pick'up the drivers whip; ,(, ,;

I cit For the mint bed makes a pasture and the corkscrew hangeth high. Ry
P, r.r All is till along the Stillside; and the South is Going DRY. -'
: t' In Circuit Court Seventh Judical running through Shingle Creek '
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f ) r Circuit, Osceola County, Florida. swamp the same being reported as '

? ) To the Honorable James W, .Per: well nigh impassabld a committee THE HOME ,FRUIT GARDENIN Will -Sell Shoes '
kins, Judge of the. Circult Jourt: I preceded to the spot to make investi 1

The Grand, Jury having,, concluded' gation. SOUTHERN, FLORIDA : ,
.... its. labors, make. the following presentment -'I The report of the committee was to

: the effect that considering the heavy In the counties in which the unsightly objects and I in addition will. x : :;i ii.!

The county has been free from, ser rains of the earlier part of the.week lug of citrus frulta-.Is of commercial supply valuable fruit. Only t For Cash
y :: ious' crime during: the past six the road was in very good condition, importance the home fruit garden .Near the shore of a lake or other : .,
months. We have carefully'gone and could be used by the public with. may contain more aub-tropical varieties moist mucky locality some Hart "
4 ,. through all matters presented and out inconvenience. with'the exceptionof than can be grown in the northern bananas will, grow readily and fruit
part of the atat*. . satisfactorily for years after once becoming
found true' bills as justified by the broken planks in each ,of the The tendency now' KTOW but established. ,
I. 'evidence."We three bridges, which It is recommended few commercial varieties of citrus In the more southern'countles the .This is to notify ray',friend, and customers that after this ,date"
make the following special should be replaced as soon as pos says W. L. Floyd of University' )" plantings should include some avocado shoes will
no be charged anyone'under drcunirtaaces.
.i k presentments; sible. of Florida college of agriculture. The trees preferably such well established any ?
.contain varieties the Family and
should as
:F We made examination by committee -! The committee which viewed the home such varieties fruit garden the King and Ruby, Trapp and some East Indian varieties The .government has fixed the price of SHOES for all grades
the Court the Jail. the house In
of ,House and Poor Farm reported which are of especially fine quality. of mangos.
We find the various departments oft good cleanly condition, there being The kumquat is an ornamental The Caries papaya or melon .fruit and the profit will now be too small to permit selling them on' charge
the Court House Is'ingood condition two white inmates on the farm who shrub which grows readily and is will if given a place, prove both useful account;,
n We AId that there. Is considerablejunk speared to be quite satisfied with surpassed by few1. plants in beauty and ornamental. .the
when loadedwith ripe fruit. AU these may be planted about
.nd trash on the south'side of their surroundings. It was found .lemon should be home 'and will add-muca to the attractiveness '
The everbearing
Stock however will be standard
Our the
kept usual
c the Court House "which) should be that the Farm was in charge; of a given a place.' One tree will supply of the place. fully' up to
cleared away.:. We' recommend that colored man, and it Is the recommen- the family with all the fruit of this South'Florida nurseries can supply and we will4ont to handle a full.line of-the_ best quality Shoes
the. partitions in the, small, ,brick dation of this Grand Jury that the kind needed and will provide it;in] theM plants; 'order now- for December Wound '
abundance in summer when it can be or January delivery. 'Plant-carefully for Men., Children,"and solicit'your continued patronage. ,
house in the CourtHouse yard.. be County Poor Farm be placed in chargeof beat appreciated. -* ; when received and make' your - -
knocked out end! then ,Inside cleaned a white man and his wife, who,will The gUava may be used to screentive I home beautiful and healthful. .,

; up:-and?this building; could ,then .be: then be able to take the proper care -

used-for-;the.storing of any. Junk- of of indigents'of both ,sexes''who maybe Sheriff, Mr L. 'H.-, Ingram, together plate in our national life and nobody H.C.STANFRDCj
'r a valuable nature.. forced to go to the.Farm, In this with his Deputy, Mr., Robert wishes it ill. The fact; remains; however !

We find the jail ha, sanitary .condition way the ,,monthly''donations: by., the Campbell, for their attentions.during nation, that are,,the most.vital promptly interests and of most the .. ;:

i there being no odor in the, In county for the upkeep.of' various indigents out session. Our Bailiff,,Mr; Charles l"llIarly'represented! and the thought of i..
terlotWe: tl>ink' and 'recommendthat throughout the county could Lanm has ben faithful and. efficient the people most freely and most courageously .
.the,'closets and. lavtoriesahould b4. >e cut down to a minimum. in his duties. voiced by the country press '
present & cleaner appearance. We The attention: cf this Grand 'Jury We now beg to be discharged: for The people of the country may not see
but will realize
also recommend thai! 'II'-w bedding' and having ben ''called to the sale'of.bonds the term. it that now the large.preponderance they some day of suspensions .

comforts "procured for the cells'ofthe'jaU. of Special Road 'and Bridge DistrictNo. William H. Mann, Foreman. among the weekly publications > .

.' Also 'that 'there'' should be 3, after a full investigation of E. G. Vans Agnew, Clerk. "is .a 'menace to national wel OSCEOLA :HOTEL THE .. .-.f f .
installed some kind.of:: system for the matter we,find that the Board of fare. "'

'warming1 the jail during the cold 'part County Commissioners of this county SMALL PAPERS WERE HIT % TO ATTEND Will open.fer,the Fall and Winter Overland Garaigeis
of the'winter. We again recommendthat acted' with judgment and discretion. HARDEST BY THE WAR WILSON'S DUTY Season, i Sept. '12th.
the moss in the tree surrounding We thank the court for its courtesies CONFERENCE SAYS FLETCHER now under JeW) manageneaCAll t '

the 'court house be,cleared away, to- during our session and we appre- Washington'The Republican Pub Enthusiastic., robation greeted Families) .contemplating'spending work OQ' all makes of urt: aaJ l ,:
ate .
association, through president .the winter Klsslmmee will findour
gether'with the' ded limtba. This ciate the attention and advice of our licity, Hon. Jonathan Bourne, Jr.,gave Senator Fletcher of Florida, 'when he accommodations pleasand aDiJ'1l000 marine work done promptly:,Frank
we_deem necessary for. the preservation State's Attorney, Hon.. J. II. Jones out the following statement from tits stated last night at .the'' Florida Society -Uk.. J. Jones is .charge of the f repairs
of the life of the magnificent trees during our, deliberations.We Washingtonheadquarters. : meeting that'he felt the President :
surrounding the court house We also.wish to thank our efficient ."No other, business has been hit was the doing the conference.right thing. in RATES' REASONABLEMRS. department

1 also,recommendthat, the wooden spit- Clerk, Mr. J. L. Overstreet;, our, ac- harder business by.the particularly war than the in .the newspa-smaller attending"It is his duty peace to go," said Senator. W. HARNOLD: f.: HrtYNER Mg'
boxer now In use;in the court house per cities and country towns. The Fletcher, "because the principles outlined mOMHCTRCSSD ,
be re'placed by Iron'cuspidors.. No Worm In a Heaitby.: Child larger metropolitan papers have probably ,by President Wilson have been -, :
'. { We }find that the interior of the 'All children troubled with worm* fccve an an. suffered least During' -1917 recived: by our: own people, by the ali
healthy color,which Indicate poor blood and as a lied nations, and.finally by Germany
went out
court house is kept in a very cleanly. role,there I* more or leu atomach 4I8t1ara.aGROVE'S of more business.ter than 1,200 publications making allowances and Austria. What remains to be i . . '. .. ....".
+ manner by,the janitor, J. E. Bass.Rertorts TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularlyfor done is to apply these principles.: It
: it
two or three weeks will enrich the blood. Improve for new papers started ap- y
1 having been received by the dUeetlon.sad act a*a General Streottaenlna' that there was a net loss of 62. is only fitting that he who conceived
the''Grand Jury a.. to the condition Tonic to the whole.,atom..Nature will then dailies and 569 weklies. those principles should have- part ]
throw off dUpalthewoma,and lb.Child will be them' out. The American
i! or 1918 in working :
statistics for
t i of that of the Dixie Highway I to perfect health. Pleasant. to take SOo per bottle. "The 'mortality people should feel honored that the
+ will probably show as great a loss, President has been called to the ,
for the shortage of.paper, the increasing -
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foOOOO OOO OOfoOOOOOOt O OOO cost of all kinds of supplies, peace.conterence. S.FLQ'YD

.__ and the higher wSJt'8.,''.together with 0,00..0000000.00.00000000.. .

Our "Cleaned' for the military heavy call: service upon; have newspaper been more men 0 .' .

Boys .Have Up"The severe this year than last. 0 To'insure publicationy all com .0 o' "
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of '
-'"And one of the serious features 0 mnnlcatlons and'notices of meetings'most *
the situation is that the people of the
do not realize that 0 reach'this. office before 0 .
Kaiser The Hun and country probably '
the'most valuable portion of the 0 Boon Thursdays *. : Groceries andFresh : y::;

/ press has sustained the greatest loss. 0 .0 ,, -fo" .. J,.
f} German Under popular. government' the country ... '...... .. '. : :;'! \ ;..:. 1"1
Autocracy press, including not onlcountrt .
, weeklies, butt thee,smaller dailiesis ',;;
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.\ J the real voice of the people. Editorsof TO f"FLU" .. MeatsPhoite'176
large" metropolitan papers do not ? ; .:. ., -'
have and cannot have the close touch WilEims' :: \\r ,
Dr.; No. lOl.Toalc for Colds
with the people that is necessary In- ;
Wonderful :,Achievement cident to the life of the country edi. ..d'Fever.Preves to Be the :. '" ,. .. "I
- tor. Just as Washington is the poorest Very Thiar for'SpubI.JaIl.eao. r- .
t; place in th, e' talule ; ;:
on the political thought of the nation ; ; r
so the.Wg' city newspaper,, of flee is Dont' 302-I ft Broddway" j ..f :
r neglect 'S'MANffAlTANIHQTEl
Let '"clean : the simple 'rules of V'
us now up" at home at once the poorest place to get a correct picture '.
health; One of these'I 1. to"keep the ik;
1 . of national thought either political -, .'
all otir'bus1ttese'affairs. or otherwise. .The people of. the, mouth, the skin and the"clothes clean; I 1.

". United States should realize this and i That[ is easy.' Another is to maintain .,. .
a ., We areiuldntf all our customers to "clel
f; full all account that: they owe ui between now happens maintained.the country' ., press. shall be the run-down system as a'rule, that -- d ". . :

?. and the'close! of the year' 1918,., that is, during "Freedom of speech- and of thepread catch,;th '.'"fIu.? '''If 'tou'' do, not feel l !t ;11
.' the next six.w eka. Be sure to sire this is the first essentu-4 of a republican strong and vigorous, you, can help .
your form ,of government, for' the make yourself eo: by: taking, a few : tROOmlf.
personal attention.If ;
representatives. of ,the people';cannot doses of Dr.-WiUi.m.'No.l01.Tonlc.It'ls 'A. E- '
know the thoughts .and aspirations Now Open'feir.ths; Winter( _Season. : I
you cauttot raise: t money:, we will and.desires of their constituents unless a grand toniiv It'yi11ut.newlife : .: .' '115 'Broadway- :
voiced through the medium.ofthe in If you have,the! !fln,'; ,.
,accept Liberty:Bonds niid'War local presa to ,.which they) 'have access Dr. .Williams' ,NO.',..101 '-Tonic'.c should A..Family Hotel with.all the Com- Real' Estate and insuranceREPRESENTS .;.
,either: directly,through'the:pub ,
he taken nome. .
rlmtnedfately.The ttfnlne : of ,
: ':Saving Stomps in payment lication of communicatlonsj-ror.. indirectly forts, .,.., .
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in It'kllli Inftyenta'germ's'4utck' ,7
: ,, through the editor's.interpretation I ,. 'zThe' '
4 of your account. of the-views of ly ''th.'lronhi' it ton i'p I:th'ejsys'rtern. RATES f2JO PER DAY ;:
"The country press.; including; the .' The ..2 .Tnagneilar ingredient:acts Home"Insurance'Co'Of;: -New'Tori ,

: PLEASE DON'T 'BE A SLACKER smaller dailies represent., the producing on the liver'and bowels. So-" u' see,' Special by':the,Week.: the National.Flre_Insurance'. "
element of life. The "
J : large metropolitan our ,National press represents it .Is :aa. !ideal ;medical":)rtparallon.Your > ) Co. ,of .Hartford The, Son-,,,and' '-";' .,

Yours respectfully the commercial factors.. Just as production ,druggist>or,. can MRS. ft. B. SAVAGt Prop. manyother. reliable... 'companies.i J ..,..-.: '" x..
' Is.the first esential. of a permanent supply you-ndT60c.bottles! &** ; ,' 1 ? : : WATERS & CARSON GROCERY CO.. prosperity, so the 'mainlen/. fuse to accept any'.substitutes., Thereis -. - --. <- -
,'\ ; nee of that portion.of the press' that nothing.Tthat. fls Just'as good. Mad. -
speaks for the
im most

:'., -. -....;..q'Mi. .. ....-::.,,..."..0'0. .uo.. . ..........- .....-... .. ..- oo..o- 0... portant."Tine metropolitan. .press ".bas- Its man only,by Gs.the G. B;. Williams Co., Quit- Get; Your Job, Printing from theI' Valley; "

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.. I MOST. ECONOMICAL:'GAINS,'PRO: *:.,;- i"' 1T

L; ".. ''W-:.. '-.: la 11'.i. ,pocED- BV 'PROPER FEEDING "'U;' '_. '

.V ._ 1 .- .., _. _fc, "_ ?* \ SClAnc'' 'jP:41re
.A :SPECIAL : --, .
. BARGAIN' If we at* to feed t1 .'"animal so'as In selecting the 'comMnlng feed il ---.-", '"" ,... .
i.-i - to,make the moat rapid .and satisfac i : necessary to ,teke, ,into
tory development it Is"necessary"' to oonaderatiy, tile compo itIorl 'but : ..Wwe' the
feed'it those feed and in the proper also ,their digestibility and palatabil- wajr >
w .d .' .1:1.: lS$ ACRES proportions to" dsvelop the body to the i iI ity. 'It.. worse than -u8el...'to givean .lflltlag, effect of; ...'.

w .. . --,.....- I highest decreeof 'efficiency potiible.Tlbis animal a feed-that- cannot-'be dl- LLoisie&t ''
cannot, be,done by feeding the gested.sjnd that'is not paUtable and ., .
animal on any one f.ed.but. it can which -will not be eaten- insufficientquantities.
be done by feeding a combination of '
1 .80 do those rheumatic twtnces aad
. I feed BO a* to ret the different food Another point to be. considered) the Lon+chw lumbago.. ,tb oerrs-,
element in nearly proper proper the selection and combination Inflammation of neuritis the wry neck,<
'oeuiTYFLORIDATOWNIHIP tiori to nourish the animal system: as feeds is the animal to which they 'are the joint wrench,the ligame.teprin: ,
It should be. This is what is really to be fed. The cow and the horse cart 'the muscle train, .and the.tbrobtflna
ORANGE known as' feeding a balanced ration. consume to better advantage a larger bruise. .

I Prof. J. M. Scott, animal Industrialistof quantity of hay and forage than can Tb. ease ** .Pl>r'of th. quickness
the University of Florida experiment the'hog. This I I. due very largely to -i relief the positive..results the clean.Uaesa .
station' has bad much experience the fact that the digestive tract of ,. and the eeoumay of Sloaa
*4 SOUTH in the feeding of balanced rations both the horse and the cow is very Unlmnnt make it universally preferred.Slan's. i,
MAJVOE3 *1 'BAST'eeUea ,, .and he. gives hen jsomd interesting much larger than that of the hog.-So
information on the ut>ject. In the combination of feeds, this Is
.. RWM mm* BBH ATTENTION-FARMERS, FRUIT .GROWERS, CATTLE.. 'An 'unbalanced ration mightpro- one very important point,that should

''..etleB ., The R... 'Hat duce a rapid gain but it would produce be considered Do not expect a hog to
'' it at the expense of some other eat as much hay or dry forage as
eetlea .dl.
: part of the development. ForIn-* will a horse or. cove- but rather give
Beetle. 11, All '- itance,. a rapid gain in weight might the hog more concentrated feed and

'..ts.. IV All A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE A TRACT OF be produced by feeding a certain with but a small quantity of forag-e.

.eetlea IS, 'NB"'KH .. NW4W LAND IN ORANGE COUNTY FLORIDA. reed,, but the development of bone In most cases it will be found that be excluded from' school,' preventedfrom
might not be sufficient to the balanced
carry an ration will give more 'with
... associating other children
SBU f : % SV4
This tract, properly of the Lake tart Land Company, it situ excessive amount of fat so that it is. economical returns. That la more and treated until they cease to become .
.......fHtt. ,14 AU necessary to feed a certain amount of IlT'Owth.nd development will be
pro carriers. The Laboratories 'of
'........ 18, All' r ........ ' sted'in the cast central'l part of Florida, in Orange County, and mineral matter to produce strong and duced at less expense for feed than the State Board, of Health are the
comprise about 1 11.056 of which about 1,000 acres il included bone.Proceedings.
acres Wealthy when
an unbalanced ration is fed.
eetlep IS, All ra....... proper ptacee to submit specimens to,
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.....1.. I in the*. waten of Lake Amanda, a part of this tract. I It ----T " determine when carriers cease to be
II All
Pravtleaaleetlea borders on Lake Wart and surrounds Lake Amanda, two large and came....'aDd become no longer dangerous f t
M All beautiful lake with fine fishing and boating, and connected by of TIRED WEAK-' AND NERVOUS to other children.- :; -
,.tI.. ...' All Fra..a.... '
l anal and lake with the St. Johns River. -
.eetteei X4, All City Council Are MISS JEANETTE PREVATT
Why So Many Klsslmmee
eettesi. '. t About 5.000, acres of thi*. tract !it pine .land, of good quality People
S8 All In This Condition HOSTESS
suitable for growing citrus fruits.
a..... SS..AII The City Council met 'In regular ses- -.
ectle.. All Praetle al The balance of about 5,000 acres needs practically: no clearing , .Ion December 4th, there being present Feel tired out, krIt&ble. and depressed The young set enjoyed novel
-' a
SHtte. all, Let Pear" ; being rich' prairie muck soil.- well adapted for either truckingpurpoict : F. ,H Lawion, president W W. TUrine party Saturday 'night wheel MiesJeanett. i
Carson, B. B. Haley O. M. Taylor, A. irregular; back weak and
: or laZlnl.plen; .cattle or ..heep.ral.IDI proposition. Prevwtt was hostess at the-,
Bait Half painful T
a Reed. Milton Pledger, acting city
i ,_*..... as..All ' The nearest railroad station 1* Narcoo" ee, about ihree mile attorney; and< 'J. :'R. Gilbert telerk. These are symptoms that suggest home vatt, of on her Mabbette mother street Mrs. Sarah fir Pre-

; ';" 1.. '.*, .All' ..,' :- ?.distant.the! terminus of;the Sugar Belt railroad running from the The minutes 'of the lait meeting kidney trouble. crowd asembled'early' and spent Jolly the

1 ........$5. All'r' ?' 'c main line-of the' Atlantic Coast Line at' Kmimmee 'about fifteen were read and approved. Reports of When ,the kidneys call for help. evening with games on the -l wn and, .
st them
: : ,.:....... M, All' ;' mile away. A branch line of the Florida, East Coast,Railway ,i i. lines Bills 'were were examined approved and and ordered approved.paidas nAAss . with' a tested.t kidney !in anticipation of.the' chicken1\ pttlau, "
Gins which was brewing. When the, Urn
about four: mile east of the tract. follows; them the help 'they need.
for th.'ofe..t..arrl'NCIlhit famous ,disk
The timber i i. reserved and included J"8 Cadel. Mayor---------1 SO.OO ii iNo remedy more highly recommended .. ,
I .; \<, 1' on the,5OOO acre i s not O W Over-street. Marshal.,... HO.OO than Pill. was supplemented; with salad sand +4;
Kidney.. '
L hceYn, C F _____..._ _* inches and pickles..Enjoying .
,'" \\1.1'' : . Tlson. Pollce .. 5.0(1( Backed home teetlmoll ., ; ',
J ;'' 1"i\i! : :, 3' Z Robemon Treasury........ ZS.OO by she. party Mrs. Pre
.: ;;j:"::(.,,';! : Orange County i* among the, I leaders in'the State in the growing 3 R Gilbert Clerk and D.-C..... 10060 Endorsed by Kisslmmee people. vsttMrs: Byrd."Mrs. '". };1 ; :' ;? J of orange and grapefruit.. Lewis Bryan, City ..AttorneytS.OO Mrs. M. L. Palmer 9.Mitchell .
; c .;c k. !. ,r. F H Lawson, member of council i.OO St.1 Kenney Misses. ,JeanettePnYatto.\ ,
,, KUsbnmee times
( '. '" , 'J') Orlando the about J 17 miles W W Carson, member says: : "At irargaret'Kenton, Mattle'BelleHer '
,,,,. ,' ..' county seat ,to the northwest of council. .00 have had attack -
an of troublea
/1' [ B H Haley, member council.... kidney1
. C.OO
,. rie
Lillian Harris
I' Gladys
/\ this contain about 10.000 inhabitant and is of the
,. : tract, one Q M: Taylor, member council... 5.00 dull ache in the small of my back
: .i mOlt beautiful citietDgp: Florida' with "air modem improvements, .' !A'tale S Reed.. Rank member, rent- ..council....__.._.._.....;:, O.OO 1.00 made me miserable and all out of Louise'Percy tilver'Blanch., Johnson Brack, ill Adah I ha. ,
Itl.., Telephone Co., rent.. ..... (.00 sorts. 'I had nervous'and diny spells
This tract contains so important feature that:'it is well Westfall. Elisabeth Ledbetter, Lois
many I .1[ L> Phillip Co.lumber..... '.'t too. I never let myself: get in bad I
opt. worthy'of your earnest attention aside from the price at whichit W & C Oro.. Co., mule feed.._ H.IK shape as I always use Doan's Kidney Overstreet.RubyWhtdden.' Carolyne
. () w. Overatreet hay for mules*, 10.00 Fripp Dot M-aklnson, Freda .SchweK
it will be'sold. Pills
Henry Towell' police duty.... 4.00 right' away and they promptly kart Miss Wilson of Winter Haven J i
r' n \V Overstreet. coat 'In M., C... i.OO rid me of the lame back and makeme
',Exc.ptioasd'bugahi: if purchased ..w. KI..,.. Ice Co..' Ice ticket.____iLuprer '.10 feel fine in Messrs. Irlo'Bronson' C. H..Summers.

Full particular and price can be had by .applying to r IvUpfer'A 4k prather Pr th.r,,,,:sup sup at cemetery dept.. ''.00.00 Price '60c.<< ,' at every all dealers.way. ,. Don't Walter Gardner.Bass, Byron., Rosco Ames Roberson-Stratton'Arthur'' Story

Luprer A' Prather sup Are dept 1.01 simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
,1 J K Slnorletary.' (lumber.._....., ...11'Ho..11 Doan a Kidney. Pills-the' same that Franld. Woodall. ,Oifick: Suh!.

CHASM ; ALLEN L,'M 'Whldden Bus-,'B-roc' work....:' IT.1i0 Mrs. Palmer. had.. Foster-Milburn ory Graham Byrd.Young'and l Edgar Charlie Bryan Regn* .. ", ;m-r,

M. Trustee!! 7 Rah M Woodali.McLauglln.street scavenger67.00 work...... SS.OO Co.-, Mfgrs.- Buffalo. N. Y. ,

Floydr Yates, .scavenger. ,....._, AO.OO '
Mo. Crowder sexton .....,_ .SO.OO
; ; KI..y Concert Band, donation. 10.00 DiphtheriaBulletin You

FIFTH AND CENTRAL AVENUE ST, -PETERSBURG FLORIDA Miss Community''Blna Umlth.Kitchen donation-...,_.r.nt._ 10.00
L.. Neal. Watchman; at dock.... 1S.OO ( State Board of Health) ,
R S Flow j, mule feed......... 86.00 This is the time of.the year when
; Osceola Hdw Co., supplies ..._ ..'.11'
r. 1 1r't Valley.Oatette, supplies .__...y 11.00 diphtheria is most prevalent, due I
Sam Lupfer for: fire dept.01.00. probably to the season However
J R'Gilbert for, street hands..' tOO.OO the crowded conditions in schools CHEEKNEALSCOFFEES .. .
Lewis OBry n. Attorney's : 0.00 may be an important factor for '
Moss Crowder, guard :::. 14.00: If
> Harry Sle".r,.lIn. returned __?. 11.00 there are any carriers they Inevitably j
W A Joiner salary _-..??...- 1TS.OO come in contact 'with
V R BUI- salary ......,.?.._ Sl.iO hence and .othen.1
Will Tates, salary ___....... 81.60 exposure
Lewla Durham. salary ._.._... 81.60 an outbreak from one carrier. Then
T M Martin salary. ........... IS.iO it becomes necessary to find the ..carrier
Jf ;other, section: Jim Davis salary .__.._._?_ 71.00 in order to control the disease
:anY Peter Savage salary ___..--.__. 7S.60 and .s. lest
H..I'Cro..r. ; sala70.00 prevent a .further spread It
Henry Hansel salary ,..._..>. 60.75 should be understood that not all chil.dren s
had Florida palms 'and1 pines' Buck Bass. (alary ..._.........' 8.00 are susceptible to diphtheria
E L Luts salary ............... ..110Pe.rl .
-- f '- '.. ""* '..". Johns salary ............ 61.CDn that is to say, some have a naturallimmunity r".. : \
1 the Rotundo. labor ............ 7.50 and do not show clinical :Cokeft. :. %: !
cren a small portion of the other fceautij'No other put of C Unt'can have attrnaful'tre 1 r- % Tom Johnson labor .......... l.iO symptoms of the disease though # .
;\ shrubs,: 'and.'lanu; "e'to. d've; home'Lrounds'of dtsttncuve'cHafsctsf.yitli: .. A R Thomas, salary ........... 711.00 may be carriers.The Yes must have Heal...iJtJl. ,, ... .,
." > ,, Hudson aV Rents, repairs _.?.? 5.00 dnnaos) to fight C fold/. rip an* snza.When' .
i ' 'dJi*Ktste,'can you {fineririe'fray of,tncir ,:n&Hre'material a*small cat sea"..,'Florida.people"tirLig"ln : .: Raker-Holme Wenner-Sawyer. Co.Co., ,material supplies.._. 170.V1 1.17 Health Laboratory i. the place-to of the State send Boardof specimens !. yoor. blood to not la baakhr.

s e : Unlace l iking the *ha4.andJ, *: !:.. notM in the'StateihouUJbear t'fest i mpslz' J Lupfer 0 Griffin* Prather shop ,work supplies_.?.._-_,.' 116.00 1.41 for examination; to detect car- condition....does not drcolate pio silr. 11
-... riers, as well as to assist in row system fa. umifif) .IJQ. wlthstao a the
oolnfaiEt6ae bjmade"to: afford tqt thisjact in iu plantings; W B Maklnson Co., supplies.Oiceola .11 making . .
4 may *-- s
\ ... a Hdw Co. supplies .... IS.41 diagnosis, which is Just as importantas
Valle Worthington,.. OaaeU.Pump supplies Co., .sup..'.....,.-..., 8S.60 7.00 to make a diagnosis of the disease. WOROVU'S TASTELESS' ChBI TONIC I I.

Fla Blec. Sup Co.. supplies ..__.'118.JOMine If an outbreak of diphtheria appears'in
( Royal .Ralm:;Nurseries complete r Mill sir Sup. C., supplies.. ".114 a school room it may become .nec- and t uenza8Pezf ng amen _
A B Gilbert, h'ft. ...1.._____.__ lo1.9iOsceola to' culture all the children Blood.' J. t'
Motor Co.. supplies.... 18.68 essary It
:in extent: and variety .of stock A E Thomas, refund cash adv__ ?**.?< that is, to take swabs from the.nosesand contains the veH-knowa toots prop- w
A E Thomas, refund cash adv.. 88.76 throats of all children, in that cities of QtW ae. and Iron la a>farmable
H P Su!,!., work-on trucks....*. 14.45 particular school room In order to to the most delicate atomach.
y ef .ml-tropl. l cond.ns.dacdwmtaart.edletbta.wRoyal( ,
Till offer the Urges ass.nm..t s i
"" detect the carrier or carriers-and to take. You can soon feet
from Mr.Pft, Johnston -
sad tropical trets, sarubs and plsais tobs found Palm estslog, the 'Btsutiful Oreuods Communication council within when carriers are found they' should' Its StreD&tb8Dbal.lnYiaoratbaC Effect. Me. .
asking remove
the sssNra half oftb.UaJe<4 Sutes- .vtrythiog .Book." Write, today for free copy, sad' .ten days body of child burled -" - """ - .. 't

.batted by ysrs ef fuootssfut .....rl.DeC. All, turn for hew little moo.,.,70-...' through mistake .of Sexton on certain OOOOOOOOOO O ...OO OO..OO OOOOO 000..00.... ... . .tc."

aWl..,uI.op( production, _sad plsndag bRXACOKXR improve your home:(roand*. lot owned by.'''him In cemetery.' On ** v, '
Y motion It WU -so' ordered that proper rr

parties be notified to meet with the You couldn't select a more, acceptable: Christmas Present for your'bey
DROniKIUI I ROYAL. PALM .NUKSBRICSOanoo. sextonon certain. date for""removal of

,5' .,FLOSUOA' '*\ same On.,motion' 'It '''w..., ordered that ,, or girl thai i goodBICYCIE. ;' .... I

i Insurance 'on light and w.ter'plant

"P" ' . be'.qually' r.: follows, :\!. Tiller Carson Farmer, J.
..OOo. U. 00 .O..OO. E. Lupfer and A. B. Drought.'

T.BARGAIN: : W. C.T. U. of Kissimm'ealheld; to On take motion up withproperty the'm..yo. was owners requested affected : E

:/ meeting and election of of the m.U.f1lea.' 'for three ; <

k IN ,COUNTRY. ,, the at the following Hart- Memorial faithful members building for,...r.'on'airplanes., the* ,''present'' landing, station ;

: 'placed hi' charge of the activi By request ofMr. Milton Pledger,
- -
r We hire. lor'..I. a"'place that /consider'.absolutely, ; : ; I 'of'*.the 'Union' for' the' ensuing the Boy Scouts 'were awarded the IW\"' -."". ...... a+... .r ,10.e-- --- "
: yosltloq-of; guardingheairplanes at ,
beaot1ful't. _tate in' Florida. w. think an spi ,-1.11'1.-)1. A ,Clark.'. an' allowance of 18 cent. 'per- hour. '

.' propriate title for If, would'be"A :... .,- Mrs. S. B.-'.Anlt- Ttie city ,attorney' notified the council and .its nsefnla. . Del'weariar"- ,..lities leave us r.een'f.e. argasieat.: ,
Mrs..J..Z. Roberson Mrs. J. A that damage aulf by Mr. Klrkpat- r '
HAVEN' OF :REST", 'and Mrs A., Moseley.,. rick against the city, had been decidedIn We Lave .Wheel for all sixes. and 'ages.rLef'.i, show yeiiu. '
Secretary Mrs. favor '0"' plaintiff tn the sum,, ofliO,00
x or "A! MILLIONAIRES.'' Bronson. $ whereupon the city attorney Fy .t

g 'Secretary, 1.11'1J.- Mc- was instructedi",to settle, same..
It !."located Ixtweentwo sparkling, crystal takes/' a "
\ 'on'motion' It was so ordered that
beautiful tropical trees; and U a community of departmental superintendents the cleric 'allow redemption' of Tax. : :CYCLE CO.

J '.0.... It .U ,only three miles, from','one"Of Florida's. receive- their appointments at Certificates and subsequent ;omitted ,

.. ,cities",,and Is ..hallmU.: "from'the' DUle Highway. : rst'regular meeting of the Un I pears, against Lot, V," Block 1,' B,' A.Robinson's ,

; modern:'conveniences has eleven 'acres Jt will be decided what line Addition. In' payment of ....
,pealwith'all ; ) 105 '
be taken up this year. ; 360,00and cost of cancellation .
: 'etghtroom; modern. ,'house, a larg.'varlety"... 'fruits," There being nor .further: 'business'
\' scape that an artist would revel, at Sn'opportunity to /: council adjourned to meet In regular .If
teeing this place'0.. would think of'th4f prlee'....:. r session' Tuesday January. at.7 p. m 0 < o 0 o 0 00 OOvOO 00We.
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;;figures, but'we. hare' it, listed at, the-.astonishing f'W.!; ; ,
!? $8,500.00.. :
." iPatriQt1g fJ .

flDicfflNS-COMPANY' : : .. .. Y .Write Fin lararsjice Excliuively: Being Agents For tie OU ReGabli ?T.i.'
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.' ORLANDO" : -' k ;Bqyl:Jess-$crve less, '. .

J .. .' ;JE tCmly3pcal3: ad y ;INSURANCE CO..' .

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> iUmsi cheewplc a PortMB ofYovBuiaess.Lupfer .
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RYE WOUO QCII&tBTaIIMtI.'OIIIaIM... The Gazette:jwants s. JtBe'Jro .
n 03 in.vary community in s .Insurance. Agency' ,
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Do not.forget 'the KUtlmmee' Val paper and 'will keep, a stockholder in the United"enter,. . P, O. .BOX 684' .LE.LUPFERManager' ... ,

:i Ii31r Cashes office.. ..,does M.,priating..- fore' 'the public- ; ; -:boy 'War Savings ']tam .. .. .. ." .-- ; o. .'...o..o., ...' .o (o.- .0... ,-00"0". ., ., ........,....0.' a. '

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i JUST A FEW SUGGESTIONS: yLadies' Uaea Hudka'cldefa, at --________ .40 Ladies', Silk Lisle Hose, a pair _________._": .5" Mee'a Shirts, ,.7Sc to .__.____._:___..._.:.L'L00, :.

... Nice HandMirrorsS .75 Ladies' U.e. HasdkercLieft each, lOc. ISc 4.zs, Ladi""SiIk Us!. Hose a pair -:______-___ .35 Mea' Silk Garten ..' _,____,_; ________...__: ;..50Men's

Suspender __ _. _______._____..__ .75 Men's Khaki jfaadkerchiefs, at __________ .15 ',M_'. Sweaters t+as 'value., ..._.._.._:: ...._____ ".00 MeD' Paris Garter ___,___.___..: ---._: ':.35 1.\-\ : MMen'

Silk ;11... at ...__..________.-Urn\ ..______ .:. ;75 Men's Silk Hose pair 6Sc to __ _..______.._ 1.00 Cbildre.'. Sweaters. lao values __......_______... 1.00 M..'. Hab sad Caps, SOc to _____________. ".50

Men's ..SHk"Hudkercl, at ______________ .75 Ladies' Silk Hose a pair ________________, 1.50 Ladies' Priacesa AU Wool Skirts, $5.75 t._... 11.50 Boys' Suits __ _____..__.._.__.___...:.____._ '.00 '


thing'Shoddy and Common F. H. .LAWSON Big Line of Shoes for the Whole. FamiIX ;I IU

.Ooo.OOU-tHu, -otO.HOOO' 0 0 co 0'. oo"'o,.OOo04OU'UOOto. tOOO 0 ',0 .jO .' "HO.HoO'o-. .u OU 00 O. o.oO.H ....to0000 .tHo-tOOO 00-0.......

and heed. of cattle and a gQod'bunch "of Stockman! published at| .'. '
gently btewshbeginning wouldinclude rang* bogs loon on the ranee .pi le copy or the Farmer and
V ALLEY.GAZ TTE .f &ld.I '
study the mrmlna tools and implements. Lo Tell* about llv* dairy ,
ten lessons and that at their St. Cloud hated near Kenanvllle. Price K,60. iner, poultry, cltru fruit and track ]
conclusion the State College at Tallahassee Department half (rash balance term to cult. B. Inir, twice a month at COo per yearthreey -
............ B.a.F Fri..,.. examinationto H. Ouy. Kennnavlllc. Fla. J -tfFAHMRRB re for< 11.00. Only llTestock'
would give an
x a,. KII._.. :Valley G.tie C...... .it and general .farmingpapsr la'. the
all those who desired to, : '- !Benil; today for a tree *(im- tale. Writ today. .. _
HI..I..H. F/erld. and would issue a housekeepers certificate ., -

r W. B. Umrrim. P..I..t to the successful 'applicant.Mrs. NEWS AND NOTES OF TIlE "WONDER CITY"

. K.', Q. \mOn .. tg.ew. ..C!...... S. B. Aultman read an Situation interesting BY OUR REGULAR. CORRESPONDENT

.......... NON III paper on "The?Fat The !
in the World Today. paper
+" 1 ......rI..... Rate.t' showed that the United ,States was !I The Elsie P. .)McElroy Auxiliary their home 'on Florida avenue and wEAe ALLOFUCHTED :

Copy One Year.._._______...$>.00 the only country .In the world that No. 17 of the Army and Navy Union, I!14th street. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneywere WITH f I Il
One Copy Six Months__.._______...1.00. has a surplus of this important food.It held a highly interesting'' meeting In.. presented with money in gold !E f I Ii
DD. Copy. Tbr* Month: _:.____.. .,6 stressed the need of conservationof (I + THE NEW rURNITURE ,
butter and the substitute of other their hall in the Moose ..Temple.from their children, and their'.many i T FINE COOP BYFjS x+ +'
'communications except, from our Quite a number of the ladies were '
..ntborl.<] corr. ..poodent. must b. foods where possible. present who had been north for the j er.
{ atrn.d by the writer.," Mica Cleckly's paper on "The Food summer, thus adding to the enjoy :brate the occasion was their] two sons,
will b returned
matter not
ReJ.cted Nuts" furnished valuableinformation
Value of all this the time Clint Kenney and wife from Ludlow,
_I... called for. value of ment being of the
the relative :
{I on' annual election of officers, and the Ky., and Fred B., Kenney. and familyof .1. ,
(Entered In the P .toffle. .t XUlm- nuts, which stand well toward the top folowing comrades were nominatedand St.:Cloud.
/e.. Florida, .. ...eond.du. matter.) of food table tests. .
elected to office; Lady Commander The regular monthly business meeting -
Mrs. W. H. Coleman'a paper' on Esmelelda Vreeland, Lady Vice of the Christian church was held t
with But
"Oleomargarine Compared Commander, Minnie F. Barber, Lady Monday afternoon, Dec. 9th.
nE, rt g ter" -was heard with interest of Deputy Commander. Abbie M. Gard- A special meeting of the Loyal ,
R :Mrs. Carson Farmer, secretary ner; Lady Adj., Dora L. Francher; Daughters of the Christian church

i the club read the roll of- members, Lady Quartermaster Savilla E. was held Monday at 3:30: p. m., at the. ........ ......._ ..
Kissimmee .
showing some twenty women we the e r failure of Ik* hvalaie.. .. amar fcr ,'
having Joined the organization Houston; Lady Pay Master AmeliaL. home of Mrs. P. Stroud. ... ..1... .. Mle*. <.... by' the ....... .( ea."'_I....f.._
,' as HilU: Lady Officer of'the. Day, Mr. Sam Bramar is moving his ear .......r.. .
to test the
and result the of meeting the demonstration adjourned of the Mary P. Doughty; Lady Guard Anna stock of men's furnishings\ fromPennsylvania w. bete _uye.ea ... deer thea ... .... .__It.. ........
steam cooker by Miss Albl Turner;' Lady Color, Bearer No. 1, avenue to the New Farris ..--.... J.....|.. hat Hy will b. be.r4 ..,.. ......... ....
pressure demonstration Paulien A. Wi.ej; Lady Color;Bearer building on.New York avenue. that r.t.r."e.1*. ... aiew e>.<*iMer. will .*..It. .,

na Smith who had county a delicious No. 2, Dorothy Jaques. ; Lady Sentry, Sunday was a glad day in the *>.. Are ........ .... .... -;
SPyhoTEPRE agent prepared Pickett Sarah Christian church three new members see* tboravchly .1. *Aced -.IY sad .
gsrA Mary McClay; Lady .... .
{ while the fall < prey! .ftsS.efery. K / brisket stew ye.r mr+ m ''
beef programwas McCarthy; Lady Musician, Helen Ro- were added Mrs. Nora Whitbeck and .......Uy .!*.... ............' we leek Seaweed <. .*...B yea m Mil ,
in progress.The Mr. and Mrs. Davis. .f Seed.. MBMtlaie. M Bet _."1'. '
regular meetings of the club by.Mr in
will be held on the second Monday of I. T. Goodfellow, from East The New England Society met DO. AT LEAST A PAR'TX.pK YOUR CHRISTMAS HOPPINQ AT OUR 9'STORE.
the G. A. R. hall.Tuesday. December .
Rochester N. Y. arrived last week upper
each month at 3 o'clock. Every .
FRIDAY DECEMBER 13, 118 house wife is cordially invited to be and is pleasantly located at. the Bon- 10. at.2: p. m.. :'Meeting was '
M . -.And they pay the fish are biting present andthose who desire to join air House.Dr. called H. 'Mason to order; singing by vice America president, by the C: H. GR A NTH AM
the club may do so and by the pay. M. B. Cushman was a Kissim audience by the' ''chaplain
fine. ment of a small fee may have the use mee caller on Wednesday Revs Briggs.; prayer The secretary' reportwas "7'71.' Satisfactory Store" se

I I. of the demonstration kitchen and the fir. and Mr*. L:: D. Merenes of read by Miss Epple, in absenceof
The right weather man surely on
when Miss
equipment on Saturday '
a Sharon Springs, N. Y., arrived Satur- the secretary and accepted. Report -
the job BOW. Smith is at her post day and are guests at the New St. of the nominating committee by

Cloud Hotel. Chairman Harvey! President, Rev.
"What J Is so rare* a day in June?" JUDGE MURPHY DISPOSES OF Mr. G. Y. Carpenter and family of Riggs; 1st vice president, H. H. Ma-

; Why, just.any of these old December MANY CASES IN CO. COURT Baltimore, Md.. are among the newcomers son; 2nd vice president, D. Harvey;
41.yl. at the St. Cloud Hotel; I treasurer, Miss Epple; president correspondent Christmas Is. Most Here
Judge T. M. Murphy convened I. Branch of Warsaw, Wis., arrived : Mrs. Julia French; secretary
County Judge's Court on Monday; last week. Mr. Branch was here six I. N. Birch; chaplain, Mr*. A.
2 , There i* little wonder that tourists morning and disposed of the following years ago and expects now to become F; Currier; pianist, Mia Epple, Mo
'' are coming: 'south by auto and -trainload cases: permanent resident.Mr. tion made and carried to elect officers '
to enJoy.tM' perfect. December I CriminaL and Mrs. W. I. Newton, Mr. by secretary' ballot. Resolution Moaey .i carce and rood are kith. Save ...e) ,and, bay jour1:

: weather. State, v*. Roland Thompkini; Illegal Nicholis and mother, and Mrs. Felker were read and adopted on the 'Groceries: t a/fte" CUT GROCER Con aad( price
PRICE get our
sale of liquor. Nolle Frosted. from Orlando, motored to St. Cloudon death of Oliver Chapman. The following ,

1 !!And now the lid is lifted clear off State, v*. P.S. Murphy.illegal fish Wednesday.Mr. excellent program wa in Yoa will b. welcomed. '
ing. Witness in U. S. service. None, Frederick Knight of Zephyr- charge of Mr. Birch: Violin solo. Mr. .
the sugar bowl, just at strawberries Proceed hills, is a visitor here. He has VisitedSt. Birch, accompanied by Mrs. Guy .
i, air* .reddening. Surely Florida is State, vs. Weaver. Illegal. sale of Cloud before and remarked on. the Morgan; two selection on the violin

. favored, ofAthe! ,:'gods.: liquor.'' Nolle pressed. vast improvements here., and accordion, by Mr. Birch and Mr. SATURDAY AND MONDAY'
'Three ease against Henry Savage, The regular' meeting of the' Woman' -: Dingle solo Mr. Mason, "Two Grenadiers 1 '
24 Ibl.GoJd 1.Bd
deer Nona pressed. Club will be'heldin and for encore "Man of Self-Rising-Flour, ) Medal >
Improvement song
4 Xiesimmee baa reason to feel selling Flour 24 Tbs...:: 1.65 1 1 "
State, vs. R. C. Savage .schley the Annex of the M. E. Church on War MaJl.accomp.nled by Mr. Guy Pillsbury:/ White Bean. lb _...__-- 15
proud of tin part-her townsman_ Hon. Savage Bobbie Savage, trespass Wednesday, December 18th, at 2:30. Morgan; speech, Patrick Henry, by ..

+' ,I N.- C. Bryan,, played in shaping- the None Prossed. Every woman interested in progress Mr., Birch) ; poem, by Mr. Whittier, OUR REGULAR PRICE LIST
'I law of the State, and the etand'he 'State, vs. Jake Johnston, trespass is urgid to be present Tourists cor-. "Tho Road to France;" poem by H. .
7 taken the New information filed. dially invited. H. Mason "Two ,Women's Opinion of
'* tia* always the law on maker questionsthat State, vs.i Mrs.. I Robert 'Evans. The Alkahest Lyceum System announces the War/' Mr. Nason, by request, Coal Oil, gallon__._-,__.__... -.IE Beef pork and Veal Loaf, ea'. '

k ; perplex Manufacturing liquor. Motion .tlimsh that it will complete our sang "The Little Bronze Button, ac- Tuna Fish, :can....__...._.. 15 Household,' Ammonia: b"Jt-?
} allowed.State Lyceum: course either In December or companied by Mrs. Morgan; recita- .
:'Kissimmee. was hostess' this weeks vs. R. B. Bradley, trespass later, by sending us the Venetian tion, Mr*. Smith, "Samantha;" Soft Lima Bean, 18c, 2 Tbs,for. .85 Potash, largo .ci'nt -- ., ......_... ,
.' of the Annual' Meeting'of the Wekiwa Defendant arraigned and pleaded not Trio, one of the most popular com- encore, "Forty Odd Bachelor;" Black Cal. Peaches heavy syrup 28Blueing '
Peso .3 Ib _. 25 -
Association of the Baptist churches guilty. Directed verdict: Not guilty. panies.Mr. reading, Miss Epple, Neighborly k,' Eye ,9c, ; /

':, : |jnfthis( vicinity: and entertained the State, vs. Mack Battle; aggravated and. Mrs\ John Carlin who Borrowing;" recitation Katherine Oat Mea,/;. package,, _-...._._ .12 bottle .. ..;......l.:. ,::06 A
# assault Nolle' Y> .. have been spending the summer in Smith, "f Love My Dady;" speech, 1 Beit Peaches- .20 Tomatoes, No. 1' can .,.... ,10
.. representatives of more than seven- State, vs. Eola Hunter, aggravate Charleston, S. C., arrived in St. Cloud by E. W. Morgan and after singing Evaporated i.i .
'' Pie peache* .;; : _......
.1 the war" or the ''fJu' to have State,' vs. Jacob Johnson, trespass Jessie Cottrell and family, Mr. the secondTuesday in January Calumet Baking Powder lOc yotan. Coffee' a good one,-1 .
$ + I conventions and associations comingto Defendant waived arraignment and Hayden and Mr. and Mrs. Tuttle and E. E. Allison, of Alliance, Ohio, is ; 1 pound can, try' ft.;-. .. :..3s

Kissimmee; plead not guilty. Directed. verdict of little daughter from Decatur, Mich., one of the late arivals and i.;.a' guestat 15e' and ____._____. ..28 8 'pound can, :!....._,t.' '.95'

not guily. arrived .Tuesday' last for the winter. the Bonair House. 'Shredded Wheat, pTtg, ...... .14 Maxwell Horse Coffee, can :. .83.
State,' Flora O. Evans David Blumbaugh who. was /
vs. manufacturing Mr. Ryan, of Newark, Ohio arrived Mr. ;
''r tar ;Airship are almost daily visitor liquor. Defendant waived Saturday evening and is a guest at called to Tonkawa, Ok., on account of Post Toasties.l8e:, or 2 for. .21 White HOUM Coffee, caa.85 '

at Kissimmee- since the fine landing arraignment and plead not guilty the Bonair House for the winter. his brother's illness, and who -vi.lted U.' S. Smoking pkg. -?____.. .06( Senate, best there i i. ..._..., {85 '

:place which the city provided was officially Directed verdict of not guilty. On Thursday. December 5th, Mr. his daughter in Norman, Okla., and Prince Albert, pkg. .._,._.. .15 Arbuckle. ......._._.._-.-. -24,

: accepted by Dorr and Carlctrom Civil: cases comprised the ,following and Mrs. W. H. Kenney celebratedtheir Arkansas City, Kansas, arrived home 'George Washington, pkg. .. .06 Cheek Neal Coffee, 2' Ibi__.. ,;...85. '
Golden wedding anniversary, at last week.
r: Fields: and the _. Velvet ........... .12 1 ,lb Cocoa .28
placed on regu- J. :M. Cooper, vs. J. A. Barclay assumpsit ------------- ---------------- - - - - - package, can .._..._._;. ,
t oar1' rout .for cros. country flyers.The damages, $500. Verdict for of Reno, pkg.- ..._..._..-....._- .06 Chili Con "CarnG,' .__...._?_T.12 '
'1 t, boy of,these ship are a'fine set : plaintiff in the sum of 37440. ular rounds.on the Junior1 sidewalk was playing'withhis'dog in front'of Fred., Mrs.Hammond H. M. Pfann. Mrs. M. H., All others, pkgr. ._?.:..... .05 Lunch 'Tonguei.i......._> .29 ,

: of fellows and are welcome' in the' Wheeler.Union Cypress Replevin Company damages, vs. J.$100 B. F. H. Lawson store and when the Clark, Mr. *. Sarah Cahoon, Mrs. "Water ground Meal, Ib.::._... .06 Best i Jam, large'sir ,..__.._ '.sO s

city a* the bird in May. I Directed verdict for plaintiff in the dog ran out into' the' street he dashed Starling and Mr E. E. Well. Fancy Head Rice, lb______. ,.12 Peanut, Butter, large size..''; ..80 ,

sum of $28. I after it just a* the truck was passing. Wednesday Mr D. H. Bunnell, who Broken 'Rlee! 'lb. ....>...._._ '.10 Peanut, Batter,.email. size....,j .13,

,, On* of the thing cannot H. A. Coble, v*. .South Florida In. Cars sidewalk which prevented were parked the driver along from the live at Twelfth, and New York, gath- Rumford Baking Powder lb. '.28 Export, bar. '......._-.....,. .05'

5: afford to do, i I. to neglect the Chile terburban$200.C. .Railroad. Assumpsit damages seeing the lad until within a few feet, ered a' mess of delicious strawberriesfrom Picnic Ham -_ "_......._.__ .30 Ivory, per bar' .....;....;.*iGrandma' -. .0
'r clren' Home Society at Jacksonvillehat I* Hyatt, vs. L. B. Drawdy. As and It wasimpossible to stop or turn his garden. As ;far a* we have No. 1 (Strait'- Ham_________ .39 *. Laundry! :,, .1---.. .

C; K. is caring for. hundreds-of unfortunate sumpsit damages, $400. Case refer- the truck. It struck the boy's head, heard, this i.i the first of the season. No. 1 Fla'' Ham,._._.._...._ .87 Lux Soap; pit*, ........_____-

kiddies and giving them a red.Alice fracturing the skull from the base the to Mr. Bunnell ha about- 1900 .plant, Bull,Head Catsup, lot ISc 2 .25 Sour .Pickles*,. bottle,,. .......-' .15
within inch of the hair line on
:figting chance to become useful citizen Lanier Kilpatrick, vs. JamesA. an 'can __.. __ Sour ..Picble ..18
top; with another, though smaller ,a sufficient number to keep his fam Eba Milk ._ .05 bottj...__.. a t
s ; *.' A criminal ,cost the taxpayer $500.O'Berry. Assumpsit damages, fracture In'' a V shape Junior',was ily in strawberriesuntil next July.- Eagle Milk, can ___-_._____ 24 Sweet,,'.Pickle., .._._.__.._.- :-.13.,

more than abiding citizen, i W. H. Baker Linen Company,' vs. rushed to a hospital in Orlando im- St. Cloud Herald.- Dime Brand ... .-___"-_-___.- ;15 Apple, Jelly] 8 ot*., ,_::.._, ..14",

you know. AsoEo.. Donegan. Assumpsit damages, mediately where an operation was -----. :Mohawk _. ____ ..._______* .14 Grape ,Jell/, 8 It" .;'....";'Io, .If ,
-- performed. Ho is now' have' Classified AdvertisementsFOR Carnation can _-._.____._.. .06 Jams, 8. ox*. i.._._..... :1, ,14

.There never was a time in the hi- il.Livingston Replevin.&:' Tyson Continued., vs. C. B. Han. reason and to believe the physician in his speedy every and St. Charles, can ...._...-.. .06 Thread', ... '..., .___.__..__. .05, e

f tory of our town.when the public interest Labor Farris, va. City of St. Cloud. full' recovery. His mother i I. in Orlando RENT-Pleasant room, sunny Van CUmp'. Milk,can ...... .06 ,

demanded the united ''and Assumpsit damages, $400.Geor.e with him. porch.. and garage, at Mr.. Hart', Pet.njiDt, Baby,' can ..___._, '.06 MEAL. AND GRITS :
q the accident i Is regrettable tit PenHeld. f
bole-hearted .co-operation of our Gross vs. Cassiu. C. Rob Though truck and Alaga Syrup,-gal' __.-..__ 1.10Alaga Hudnut Meal 4c!,:JO Ths.26
the who
men on the
peopl more than it doe There I erts. Assumpsit 'damages. Verdict WORK HORSE FOR SALE-About '
I today for'plaintiff in the sum of $62.75. the spectator who also witnessed! it I 800 lb... .ound.' Price. 160. ADDh'.H.tmllto'n Syrup, !J/ -ffaI. -..--; .55 Iludnut;Grits, 4c, 10'' lb...., .26 '

Tiever wm a time when'united effort exonerate the. driver from any blame. : : Kllmmee, Park. 6Z-lt, Alagti Syrup,. No.-'.1 ........, .17. W. Ground Meal ._?.?....;,._ .0$> .5

could accomplish more than it can to- BUILDING CIRCLE ENTERTAINEDThe FOR SALE> LMt* at |CO; two-room Ala a Syrup No, 2 ........ .22 Cn: Flour, -- ._:-. ______ ..07'V '
.4 day, H you ever used a hammer MRS. A. F. STEINER ENTERTAINS house and lot J85. Addreai C. A.Oelta. .. -:
Building Circle of the First Fla.' Crisco, large; can ......._.:,).90 ,--
L bury it and horn:'' 'Mr. A. F. Steiner of Greensboro- .. Klealmmee'pd. 'I
buy a Let us make Baptist church held the opening --
i CrlICO,medium .. .. ...... .95 DRUGS
1919 by odd the meeting of the season Monday after ugh, Pa., who is spending the winter POSITION WANTED* Nurse $10.0A
)kjs fa the many of greatest year noon at the homo.of Mr*. N; B Cajron hen charmingly entertained the Sunday per week. Mrs.. Ada Frace. 110Huchvy Crisco '' 8mrJl____.__ ._.___ .50 Sweet 'Spirit, Nftre; ,14" ;
Arcadia ?--
., history -ArcadiaEnterprise. on Broadway, with Mr*. Carson School class of the M. E. Church, street 41.41. Sweet Feed, 100 lb.; __,___.. 8.45 Hydrogen! Peroxide: .i1"-......: S10..
and Mrs. O. B. Falls, hostesses , of which she is a member, with a very FOR. RENT- Nice Furnished House. :pats, 100 ,lbs..;.'_-;:..'_:.____,8.40 Carbolic' ;Acid J. ., -.
e pleasant social afternoon' Thursdayof Apply to J. MePhatter. 21-tf ,, ............. .1
Dainty fancy work occupied the Corn 100 Jb .. .. ..._.. 8.85
;: ,
_ Sweet Oil ___ :
INTERESTING MEETING OF. ladies during the hours from 3 to 6'' last week. ; .?___ -__M-i; .l4f//?
FOR BAL On* of barealniIn Ll
i Tb .
Shorts 100 ...,....... 2.8G
4 THE DEMONSTRATION CLUB m. and sandwiches 'cake and hotchoco'ate The hours were spent in reviewing a home In Kllmmee, tf you Mr. Sulphur package ..._......i*_.;- i
were served. the work of the class and th. election 'Homrveeker, want a snap. Call at Bran, ;.100 lbs....._.__---.,.. 2.60 Vaseline .
_ 'I' The horn.'"'DeemonstrationClub The collection was taken as' i i. the of officers for the ensuing.year. 8:10 100 Bryan street for further at any Information.J. time after. No.:'1' :Scratch ,Feed,..............,4.50 Blue Label bot *..... v'
held At this election Mrs. M. A. Clark p. m. Turpentine, bot+l le',_:.....;..i;.;... .
It* flrt meetingat the Demonstration custom .of the organization, and on A. BARCLAY. U: Wheat, 100" lb...:.,;:;:________ 4.95 .
this afternoon amounted to $15. was made Mrs.J. Mc- CasterOil, bottle, __.._; .. '.
Kitchen In the Stanford-Miller Phatter vice-president Mrs. Julia! FOR RENT- -room bou.larnl.h.d\ ; Velvet Bean Meal _______..:: 2.75
Enjoying the afternon were: Mr*. Casloria, bottle -____ '
i block Monday afternoon, presided 10-room house furnished; bouie-. CottonSeed Feed Meal ___. 2.75 s
M. E. Waring Mr. H. H.' Mrs. Bass, secretary and Mr; G. Bl: Wood- ,
unfurnished dwelli
Jones : -
over by Mr* S. H...Bullock president .11 '' i: r.:7ineMO. *'D.: tf. Epsom-Salts, box ,_.:.:' _M.' ,J. ,: ,
'i of the organization.' N. C. Bryan. Mr*. L. "R. Farmer, ,'treasurer.' li B. Well Minced Ham, lb.,' ..__.i;_.. .35 '
The Mia 'Mary C. Bryan Mrs. F. Hers- The visiting committee will be Mr .A.pplJ'to M. .Potted Rain,Ubby, _______ "-.65 Camphor'bottaleSalta ----- .;";;: .10-
subject DWELLINGS for rent.
for consideration) was box .:___ .. '
berg, Mr: E. S HallMiss Susie Sarah Oahoon and Mr*. Bratton for Tiller. i : ,__ .01
'"Fata" and the program conformed Bell!,, Mrs.' B. Modi: Mrs. 'I. W. Phil. North Kissimmeo and Mr*. Steiner Corn Beef Hashcan,18e2._, .25 Quinine Tablet, box.-" __';'; '1.111 .
14 the pamphlet sent out'by the State pott,.>Mr*..J. D.'Jeffords, .Mr*. H. M. and Mrs) McPhatter 'for SoutbvKUImmee. ,, FOR BALE-- econd-haod Ford cars : .
TOoU'i inder gr*the. for Women,.at "Tallahassee, P.1k.e.Mrl1' A. AWemple.. . and . -Mrs. G.'' B.' Woodall, Mr*. I at .,attractive lOT Bremdway.price, 'Occeola- MotorCo. 'EPERYBODT'' INVITED TO INSPECT OUR ,SANITARY, ''STOHBLAND ;; ,
auspice of 'Which' the '
f Mr M. H.. M. Pfann, Mrs.' J. Beaman and i .
B. Carson.
PRICES: Oor Motio .
.Bourse i I. founded. Irs. R. D., Guic,.were appointed on FOR 8ALB-On* .Emerson Typewriter, .', GET (fat Cordiality? J6;o.d. to' thfI
Mr*. Bullock introduced the subject JUNIOR PAGE the flower committee. f model three, vlalble. a* good ."* new. pound; and adO Cent* on the Dollar. .
t>y appropriate remarks, :reminding RUNOVER:; BY ApplT; Valley Oasette.. _ ft r' "'
the refreshments
-' Concluding afternoon OUT OP TOWN: ORDERS SHIPPED SAME :DAT' "' .
tb. ladies that while peace had come TRUCL . :
of Orange ice' with assorted WILL TRADB or exchange .elty ,prop* ---- 'f>
(Ito the world there was no lea necefctty *- ake. 'coffee and home made candle erty for eoant" property ,or took '
,fpr conseninfood to. relieve Little "Junior" Page, the son of weft aervedv' Mr*...,St*ln.r"s dangh- i of any ,klndB.. d Miller. . 11-.' ',CUT PRICE CASH: 'GROGERfPhone

the scarcity in devastated district Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Pap, narrowly ten, Miss Lillian, and Mr*. Griffin, FOR BALE-Klrkty. acres; .. 11' acre : . .
,.Jn Europe. Star poke pf the need of escaped death Friday afternoon when assisted in serving. cleared and under t.Dc.l 1 acre in . . ,
% 'adentiflc knowledge. to nabla the he .was run over by the Kissimmee Enjoying this event-ware, lira. Me I, bearing of cypress>> br.nCe timber: grove on; Iz.OO tract: worth tour- 141, 422 Broadway; . ; ;' -.yra ::

'f. ..',.;,\ "Jtawtwift ,to'' f*NI her famllyint lliA Ace 'if Cold Storage truck, on its ag1. Phatter Mrs. G. B.. Woodall, Mr. I" room boas ana kitchen.Jiso ItIn. .
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1 INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS .11\11.Central"patJobntea DnMr-Pere. went; to Orlando '
-Telephone ComjBaairi all Seaeol will!hill' a'
Sundae ;
. : i' ' .. Wednesday,' on a business, mission,.. 2 Prosecuting1: attorney W. B.' Crawford1 subscribers please note following- (Jx>k d. food sale at the Roberson
I,., T. Alford of Arcadia Wednesday -
spent Give her Dterklss. Set for Christmas made a .trip to Orlando Satur.
"' -I, .. a rection! Phone No. 48 should be In Pharmacy tomorrow afternoon. The
InKlsslmmea..Nyal's an ideal Rift.' For- sols by-Cen day'on legal business.; name o(. Mrs."tk W; Thornton, 114 proceeds from.the-sale will go to the
j Weather' Report j -. Peroxide"Vanishing\ .Cream/ tral Drug Store., / . Wood Tyner 'motored to ..Tampa Verope street, .instead, of ,Mrs. John ,fund .to.furnish table for the children -
j, 26c at Central Drug Store.. Phone'r i Vf4 L/'Tilden-' ,,solicitor'' tot'.,.Orange' Saturday on a' business mission, returning Thornton. Please correct your Directory at the Orphanage at' Enterprise. I
.L: ( lunty, was a business visitor to Kis. home in the evening. ; Mrs.. L." H.'.,lnpam and Miss Cleo
E: L. Johnson Chicago, was slmmee Monday.. - 1 Ex-Senator E. Donegan spent Wooldridge will be In charge, of the
Following' are daily temper among the strangers' spending. sometime Leon' Lamb a realty some time the early part of.the weekIn Subscribe for the Valley Gatette.1 sale.l '

Sores and precipitations as re in the city this week. broker Of St. Clo lrominent. ,Jacksonville looking after business .' .
ported by Government station I. Mr. and Mrs. Mlselle arrived :from I visitor': in' Kissimmee interests.-

i st Kisslmmee to- 'h. week end-. St., Petersburg Tuesday; They For ,Sale-Six thoroughbred, black I Hon. N. C. Bryan came'home Sun- :-
I in.r Thursday. 'December 12.- stopping at the Park Hotel. argil i 'day,' night from Tallahassee, where k
minorca roosters. C..::::a while they
Mr. and Mrs W. T Angel of he was present at the extra session of
Ma. MIn. Rain I'
1 last. C.: W. Mile Gazette.of .
motored over for a lew' hous ,, the state legislaturev;
Thursday ,;.._. '75 43 Oloudl in Kisslmmee ..yesterday.Mrs. j flee 61-tf..:I 1Uf'. Marcus Luke arrived<. Thursday ,,' - .,

1, ,Friday ._.__.r. 75 45 C. E. Denis of Narcoossee I I ,W, ways Williams of Kisslmmee Island 'of last week, from Carlesbad: e ,
Saturday ....... '76 '47 was a Kissimmee ,visitor Thursday, a business/ visitor to' town New' Mexico.and will make 'her home 1 r. 4f

'' Sunday ..w-.., '78 60 shopping and visiting friends.F. I Thursday.-Courier -Informant Bar- with her parents,. Mr., and Mra. Z. r .

Monday ......_ 78 69 I I E. Haywood of'Orlando end tow. Bass. Mr. Luke died from the effectsof rw
I Dart Bryan of the' Osceola ''Motor influenza at their New Mexico I ', I
Tuesday ._...: 80 68 S. Smith of Pine Castle were '
1.1 Home and Mrs. 'Luke accompaniedthe
1 Wednesday '?.?., 81 '60 I Saturday on a business mission. Company made last a week business, returning trip tQ'Jacksonville : body back to their old Georgia ,

.t'Oto"'a..o..ooo1t "Cloud M. W.for a Davis few hours'between came over from trains. home Sunday ,home for burial, then came on here. ifl1))! I -
j A. S. Nelpon returned home this
II. registered at the.Park'hotel. Mrs? G.-C.:.Livingston, accompanied rweek i ,, :
For.. Sale-Four mules,W:J. Miller, who'came 'home by Mr. and 'Mrs. P. K. Weaver motored from an extended trip through
f. 4G-tf Grady Cromartie. tb Winter Park Friday to play the west, where he\ spent several,,
this week, is visiting his sister Mrs ,weeks preaching the R el 1 'of F.lor- ....
golf the there.
i$ : Sheriff J. T. Gordon of Orange Alderman, 'in the Boggy Creek sec on course Ida's wonderful advantages in soil
] .county, was a business.visitor to Kis- tion; Burton Ames, who had volunteeredin and climate. He accompanied
[?.simmer. Monday.. mpAnled by J. D. the S. A. T. 'C., came home fromStet.Oft was
Mayor Cadel 'acc;> home by Gco. A. Starbird of Denver
: fanicure articles, at Central l Woodbeck, motored to Orlando Wedine University Monday, and will Colorado, who will spend some time l1
reenter the
school here.
Phone 41. day'' mornlg for a. few, hours on !.: High !enjoying!\ our balmy climate and, investigating '-.
For that cough. Pino-Lactuca, contains .
business. local conditions.
4...8 a ton..went up to"JackfNl :-. : 1t
8J. no opiates; the best for chil ,
and J. D. Leamon
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1Bpvarly part' of the week Ray McNorton Amory K. Johnson son of Capt.
dren. 60c -at Central Store.
L> bunti es. were among the ughman people Phone 41. ; r.nd Mrs. Clay. Johnson, of this city, r y v
spending some Klssimmee is at home on a brief visit. Amory
ReV. L., Entcmenger, Baptist minister them with
Miss Lola Lawler of Kissimmee. ill
,from Lakeland Saturday. Is a Kissimmee boy who has made
spent sometime. and who touring spent the week-end .with Mr. 'endMrs. good, having risen to' the top in hit "
'wife are
herv C, D. Ott
-the early part of the week, .. .. Gifts
C. ,E. Earnest, and attended'con- ,
the .state, this winter arrived fromDa'iona chosen profession that of marine engineering. AV\)11
"America's Answer, the great war ference.-Courier-Informant, Bartow.B. ;
and were guests at When the United' States
!Monday .
drama'next week' will.' be shown." at ,the.. .Casino" the Manhattan hotel. Veston* and wife of Pontiac,.,declared war against Germany Mr. ',, from Our t
(Friday.) furnished flats, Mich., were among the .winter visitors l. Johnson enllated'a. a marine -engineer -
)((1'. and Mrs. F. D. Little and small For Rent-Two reaching here Saturday. They [ and now holds the exalted post U t15tore
aon, Qf Narcoossee/ were in' town .with modern conveniences W. i JB.. will spend the' month at the, Park .ho-, tlon of Chief Engineer on one of Uncle I *
'Wednesday' 'shopping{ -and visiting Harris,, Garotte office. 88-tf. .tel. ,Sam's fighting crafts. '

friends/ Rev. and Mrs.M; ; E.i Engle and There are no opiates in,, Pino- .ae- :
CutexManicure Sets 60c.and $2.00 their sister arrived this week from tuca. the effective cough remedy 'MADDOCKS PARK PLAYERS CENTRAL'S, NURSE 'SAYSl \ ..11 1
at Central Drug Store. Nothing,better Indiunopolis. Ind. and expect to fe-; Best for children. 60c at, CentralDTlle' Commencing !, /
l.=; >, for Christmas.. side.inKi.slmmee 1 r Store. Phone.' Monday night December ,

a, ;" Dr W. H. Ball, former rector of .C. Anderson and for wife a arrived:year : rim P. 'Weaver,of the United.. -SUtAsregular I Players; 16th 20 in the number Maddocks, wilt open Park for We. hav _choice, line:of Christmas! .Presents: at ; ;

r the St. Johns'Episcopai'church, th's. -Ky4 Sat ,' who has been ,here V .
their -home In Georgetown, navy ona 'a.three, days un, presenting oil the our store. -.-
city died at his home in. Monroe- N. urdajk for a short stay In Kissimroee. ten day furlough returned Sunday late royalty plays .with special scenery J
y C., on Nov. 26th. hotel. to his duties at Gulf Port MI..., :
They stopped at the' Park ; i[ effects. A full carload of scenery Whitman's Candles In Manicure
f Mrs. Dorothy Smith left Sunday 'Mr. and -Mrs. H. M. Wells arrived The stork stopped at the home ''of,+,i carried and you are getting a real . Jewelry. Boxes. ;. ;
night for Pittsburgh Pa., where she from their Vermont home to spend Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lupfer. Monday big 'show for a living price when ,you Sets from $2.00 up.. .. ( .
{will make her home with. her. mother, another winter in this city. They are leaving beautiful baby girl The lit I'''get this" company,1 -''
''Mrs. E. 0.. Smith. pleasantly domiciled at the Park Ho tie lady has been named Margaret I I lOur.I record-24 weeks In Richmond' will'find. I"
:f Verne' Wilson who enli.ted'1n: the tel., : Ellen, for her two grandmothers.A '![Va., past ..alonl| 10 weeks at Camp Alsa you the following appreciative\ :

S. A. T. C gy8tetion University, :was In the' leter from :Harry small fire at the Osceola Motor''Lee, and we have played many of' the : gifts: Djerklss Sets,,. Ansco Cameras; Thermos.Bot-" ,' :
m service this week;and priming made us Company's caused excitement larger cities on our way down. '
week the types garage some -
:', returned i home Wednesday to enter call him "Sanders." Harry is the son Saturday night and called i I ,The admission is 26c ,for, children ; I ties,:Toilet1'Water of all kinds Garden of Allah :Sets,. ; ;

($k 3''f'ithe.Senior ebooL' class of..,.the'j Osceola| High I of bette Mr.street.Henry and .,Mrs.-F.'A;Souders. Mab- was out the extln&llah@CIwith fire department practically but the blaze and:.Don't 60c miss for adults the'opening, play included.Monday Baby Toilet ,Sets, Fountain Pens.. ,Cutex Sets, 'Etc.<< ;: i'

1 :' Nr; and' ) ,.. )I. Katie, Mrs..E.:., D. Singletary was dischargedfrom loa. ; ,I night, December 16th. A "Rag 'and Last but not Least, The. Mew' Edison, "THE >PHONOGRAPH '
'r 'Katz' .Mrs. Dorothy Smith, Lieutenant Mrs. John daughter ged Princess""with [special 'vaudeville '
the-S. A. T. C. at Stetson University and ; SOUL." '
, Koch of 1)Field ,an ; Smith of Carlstrora Field were Wednesday. He will ,enter the, High daughter' Mildred and her guest, Mrs.I'I .Pictures start 7 -p. 8:15

r:4 a pleasant party motoring to Haines school here. < Hennie Lightsey, of Fort Meade, motored P. m.. ,See; our line before you,, buy. <,:
'S -City Sunday,, in,th. Katz car to Orlando ,
Blackwell'. returned home Saturday,, for a few T ." ,, .
M.. Jacobs' and wife of Philadelphia, Paul hours t', I'| NOTICE. I
li0y week from '
Pa.; A. R. Welch of Oblong Ill;, and Thursday training camp-TB I Camp Pike Ark., Mr. and Mrs. D.' .G.' Wagner,' accompanied I 'The annual m..tine'of'' the Hart Central Drug Store '> r.
r J. C. Prill and wife of Sparta WI., havirnr been honorably discharged by' their daughters MIsses -, Memorial Corporation, will be held .. l.
were a of -.tourists' looking Maude Alice and !I December 30th at 8 o'clock at the .
party and Adah little
the srvice. The Deal Place Phone 41
from ; ; Sqnsre ,; ;
about, Kisslmmee Tuesday They and wife of St.Petenb1Jra' Miss Clara Tucker motored to Port Hart. Memorial building., All members
,: sopped at Manhattan, hotel. Charles Anderson the Out of Orange Sunday for a visit with their' as well as officers are urged to

"_7>.. Lieutenants Koch, of, Alaska., stationed visitors, were in Kissimmee among Friday, old time friends Dr. J. M.- Masters be present as matters; of importancewill ,
.. town 'come ,for consideration.
,. at Don Field,, and Smith of making their headquarters at the and family I up , ,
Miss Elizabeth
Donegan, president.
Minnesota stationed at Carlstrom Timber Wanted-We will the M
Manhattan Hotel. pay -* .
Mrs. W. :L. Winn, secretary.
': Field near Arcadia were week-end :
Judge G': .:Kribbo. Rull Bass, 'S, highestmarket price; spot] cash for
of' Mr, and ),11" E. D. Katz, I ,
.. ."wing for their camps.Monday... B. Aultman and Henry Partin,: left pine timber; for veneering purposes BIRTHDAY, PARTY FOR THREE
for Jacksonville by auto last Monday.. loaded on-car, anywhere In 25 .-mlle.1ofTatt Seasonable Merchandise!
':A. S. Rogue came up from Knights summoned as witnesses ,YEAR OLD.
and p?ent the day here greettime They were Fla., Dixie: Lumber &: Veneer --, .
before the U.,B_ grand Jury., '
.old friends and looking af- Co.. Orlando Fla. EO-U-pd '. Wee Miss ,Edna Floyd celebrated

is, property- interest herej Mr. Mr."Mrs.Mrs.Wood Burrows Tyner, .'accompanied },In-. Win. ,Gallagher and wife of Day her third birthday Saturday with a Carefully'Selected, 'Tastefully,.A rawged, ,,,
and Mrs. Bogue will likely spend sev ton, Pa. 'arrived : willmake ,pretty party, entertaining her friends .
;.rsl' weeks here'a'' little later in the. :Steiner and Mrs. were OrlandoWednesday a (, hle .their home througand the at'the' home of her: barents. Mr. and and Properly Priced.LibbyVSKce .
,,, "* :pleasant party motoring : ,
.lOn. for a few hours.,\. season. Mr. and Mrs..Gallagher will Mrs. R .YJoYd.ln North Kissimmee. i,
Jim 'Bacom and Carney Wilder, : .1 be 'W81l' remembered as having The little guests enjoyed merry .
successful farmers of the Okeechobee Married at the home.of.the bride's several winters here and have a host vameson the lawn dUl'fnc'the' hours Pine, 3k. 3 for $LOO B .chnat Sfica Beef r_._:.: AI

section, have been spending a' few parents Partin Mr. settlement and Mrs. J.last M. Sharp, ,I of friends .to.welcome them.", between' 2 and 4 'o'clock' and were Hoot's Staple Slice Pine .,..; .35 Enchant Slice Beef ...:_..:.I ..4Libby'd .
days in Kisslmmee. Mr. Bacom lived in the S\ndaY'J I .served fruit punch, .oatmeal cookie +
"At '
the Mercy of Men"is a stir' I Tripo J.JLibby's .' ,*
Arthur'E. Jone..nd and cake decorated Unicorn Slice ____ ______ .30 .---
here,over' 20 years "ago"and :will be "ring' timely photo-dram..with AliceBraCl : a dainty birthday ; PacWiaf ;
.remembered by..some of our older res Sharp.Jud G. "F, Kribbs perform-j' ,. in the familial"'Ru..ian locale with three tiny candles. Buffet ,Sliced _I_..__A___ .15 Plow ;, .11r '
. idents. ed the cermony. supported by antidirected Mrs: Floyd, the mother of the little Potted Meat ---______-:, ,05
noteworthy cast
Mr. and Mrs'Jim Carson of Miami 8. C. Oliver of Waverly, Ala winter ar- ; by Charles Miller. A truly hostess,' Mrs.- Ttlaabeth! Floyd iher Buffed
'hare>arrived for'an extended visit rived last week to .pend' the ,,,Select.Picture-*11 that the name im- grandmother, Mrs. Julius Smith and Hones Apricot __...____-J .20 Goodwin's Apple Butts :...._s, .20

'.-.:;t;k with their parent., Mr. and Mr. C. with Mr. Oliver his son Is. W.of Oliver our regular and family.winter I plies.. Casino Theater today.J Miss present Myrtle to.assist Barber her, at her her aunt pleasant, were White Lilly' Apricot ?-._.., 35 Oversea Apple Butter. -____:, .15

inc A. Carson.Mr' from an operation; Carson'performed is convelesc-at visitors and has a large numberof I J. Richards and wife have 're ,task.The little people 'enjoying the Yuba EK Plane ".___-.,- ;3S 8 'or. Peanut Batter. '___.. .zs

, the Mayo Brothers hospital in''Ro- friends here to welcome him a'tele.l J JC turned former form home their, in regular Luxora trip Ark.\ to where their party were:, Mamie and Margaret Royal Anne Cherries _-__-_ .40 23 ox. Peanut Butter, .-;.__. .sO'

cheater Minn. ; H. Funk is in receipt of '' tele-I they ,i spent two'months looking) after Turner, Joy- Makinson; Frances and Colombo Slice Peaches____, .%0 7V>:.oz.,, Jelly ____._.._,.., ,15 ,, .
I W.. J>. Steed returned this ''week gram offering him an attractice farm interests ,there and visiting relatives Louise Young, Marion Canon, Henel Here- Gold Bar Clings _..-..._..._ .25 20 ox. Preseryes: _..____._.., AO
from Key West,' where he has been lucrative position as Industrial''with headquarters Agent -- and friends. They also spent berg.Falls Floyd- and ,Leah Large Yellow, Clings ___... .30 26Va ME. Preserves j.Marischino. ..._.-... .sO' e 1 ,
of the G. S. & F. Ry:, !
stationed., Mr. Steed enlisted in the at Valdosta Ga.1 He .ha sometime in Memphis- Tenn., during. Libby's Spinach __________: .%5 : Red Cherries.... .20
Naval Reserve service and was advanced their absence.Grover .
,if. to the-office ofjChief: Yeoman. the matter under> consideration. I Tindall and F: H. TYNER ENLARGES GARAGE. Sonny South. Pampldn ._.. .15 Tobasco 'Sauce' ___.___..__. .40 "
Nat Bass "
\ ', He was released from service last Mrs: Fred McFall of Detroit, Mich., returned from Fort Dade where they ,GETS BROADWAY ENTRANCE Brown Beauty Beans ___T__ .15 16 'ox. Chili Saace..____;__.. ..40lOVs

week; and went to 'D Land to spend was this weekby the illness have' beenfor the past two months B & M Beans with Ssnce._' .10 ox. Ketchup ._.__... .%0 r

'the week-end with is mother beforereturning of her father, Joshua Hodges the of undergoing military training. They Wood:'Tyner7"who'recently purchased Van Camp's Beans _______. .20 Bachnat Ketchup ...___... .%0
here. Mr.Steed is one of Pontiac, Mich., who:is a guest at II what was known as the Overland
were honorably discharged from the ;
{ "imm..' promising young' law. Park hotel for th 'winter.' Mrs.' Mc ,service and at home Garage from 3.' J, Griffin has leaseda Premier Best Pork & Beans., .22 Premier Salad Dressing ,..... J5 '
'j. rr and. his return will be gratifying Fall will remain. here until after- the to stay room in ,the Bronollthree story Key Mar Cora ,____._-.?., .18 Cream Salad Mustard __... ,15

..0 .his many friends holidays. "' Harold Herzbergwho has been'private a brick block for a stock display room Premium Cora ........... ;.20 Dove Mustard ...,,...-_-i .10

3f?. and Mrs. R. DeWitt..Brown arrived :- Mrs. Marion Carson is In receipt-'of: of'.Company-S. A. T. C. Uni- [This gives Mr. (Tyner a front en- Somore Sugar Cora .,..__...' 'JZ5 Pickks, all kinds. lOe to___..:, ....0

.' in Kissimmee ,Wedne.daymom. a letter from her husband Capt.'M, from versity service F Wednesday oridQ"dl.mlsaed and came trance on Broadway as well as one onfPosslel Alps Peas -_____'.....-... .18 Premier Seeded Rabins .... .18 .4
: \ lug from their northern home, in B.: Carson written since the eessa- avenue,' which 'conveniently '
.I \ Mount Pleasant Ohio. They made tlonof hostilities; in which he states came home for the holidays. He will leads into his storage floor Princess Royal Peu __ -.-. '.18 Premier,Seedless Raisins...:j: ',. .20

the trip,in their car and were twelve he was in the thickest of the fight,in return to the University, at the, be. rooms. Openings >have been made in Rockfield's Sweet Wrinkled ,.%0 MarshmaOow Cream ........j' .30 +

", days on the road. .Mr; Brow is the the last battles, but came.through un." 4th.pinning ,,of 'the, school term I.I January. the walls of the ''adjoining buildings Hollyhock Extra Sifted ____ .20, Tee. Ballard's Reuaae'J +.15

director of'the Osceola High School scratched. giving him e..y' access to all parts ''Ceres Early June .________, .10 Aunt 'Jemima __!____.__'"; .18

orchestra an organization founded by Fred Bass' returned 'home Tuesdayfrom I Relatives if Miss Abbie Harris, have the of the Hudson garage. Mr. Tyner to'' his has added,. I 20th Century Succotash _..__' ,..18 Buckwheat ;.__.___!_ 1._.._. ..11JCeUor'
Super-Six agency.alld'
him several :years ago and which has Camp Johnston where_ he hadbeen received -word .that she has been accepted "
Beyers '' Beau; .__..._12V BaDard'sBran t
1-.comea splendid mnsicial company in the' officers training. school. on the regular force of nurses is generally, enlarging. ,his busi- String ;: Pfllsbury, ;
< though Composed entirely'of' I musicians The entire school was dismissed last at the military hospital at Camp Shel. ness.SOLDIERS'. 1 dipper > Fresh 'Beams;>_.._.? -.%0 -i.___.!_.___-__ .15

who are pupils. of the school,- or I week releasing' about one thousandmen 'by, Miss. Miss Harris is one of Kissim- Baker's Cocoanut -_=-_._;..:_ .15 1 12 fts Cold Medal Hour... '.85 k

.former' pupil. .. : to return to civilian life and mee's well known young ladies whose WILL BE1 RELEASED''ON {Dairy Maid Hominy __?.,_. 10' 24 lbs Cold Medal .FJoar._. 1.70
Charles: A. Jr. and family their,former occupation. a .; rapid promotion is a source of gratification REQUEST OF EMPLOYERS '
Carson Sonny South Homioy _.......12Va Large Walaat Tarragona Almonds -
hare for their guests Captain Robert I Dick Bullock; who was' among the to many'friends.Grady 1 I 'Little Green Lima BCSJU..::; _' .0 Nigger Toe, Pecans andPeanuts. q
'Lloyd, of, the Engineers' Department, Kisslmmee boys'who enlisted In the S. 'Cromartie, 'son of Mr. andMrs" County 'Agent > .LM' ; Javens',1 has '. -- ,
.: .__ .
lAspararns .
who is home 'from nine months sir..vice A*'T. C. .t Stetson .University came P.'G.CrolJ1artle.; 'of. Shingle been advised by, Walter .A., Dop.on.Federal Tips : r
in France,and Levi Morse, of the home Tuesday,, and will re-enter'the Creek 'who has been in 'the Naval Director at,, Jacksonville,that i Royal Asparagus ,.._....-.,, .%0 Pleaty of Sugar at all times ,

officers training school at Camp Tay'lor Osceola High, School for I the re Reserves at' Key West, was given a if former employers will request their ,Family Tomatoes .r_____:.__ .10 Green Coffee .-..-. ..20French
: Ky. Mr.' and Mrs.< Carson, their 'mainder of the year. .While' at Stetson -' medical discharge this week and returned men who are in camps to asfor their Cove Oysters ..._____..... .15 Market Rice,' pkg.. .30 '
it guests, and Miss AllneBryanArson, bed added to his fame on the home Sunday. ,Mr. Cromartie discharge, stating'that' their former' '
Minced dams '_________._ 15 Fancy Rice _.__ _.12V .
Eleven that -
Stetson and
were school- friends, and.are reviving leading'the I. clad to be home again though he positions are open to them n
'. :pleasant reminseences'during the visf : toovicto ryy over/an;" all star tam says the officers under which he served if their men agree to accept their for- Star Lobaten2Sc.. and c.t: __1 ,.35 National) Biscuit -,_.

it. Mr. Carson and his guests trent I from Orlando.' were"a !i fine bunch 'ot men;, The mer positions, they will be dischargedfrom Walker's Red Hot ,_-____-_, .15 Nat: OIeoauu.rold\ ____,________.;, JS

out to 'the Canon Cattle Company's i Congressman J. W.;, Sears left Mon "eats" he said,' were all that could be the army prompt1i'i except in Lunch Tongae' .,.__.._?_ 125 Oleo _,'-______; .45

,_ reach for a few days the last of..thistesday day. night for Washington, to resume desired and the "Y" was always on special cases Irht' affect ,Veal Loaf.;: __:;.l_______-' .15 Atlantic Matches .05 .

"a -ireek. his duties' in the national legislativebody. hand to'make them feel at home. Mr.Cromartie organization service of some\ company pr Fish Flakes ;-___......_____ .15 5 for lOc Old Va. Cheroots., ..10Henlaey'
", ;. and Mr. Sean was 'detained, at came home b'the water branch 'of the i '
Mr. Mrs. Gep. W. Fox, Mr. and ? ,
.Mrs Chas.N..Paver, and Miss 'Amelia home longer than he expected by the trip, then off at Haines City Written requests for;: the return of Sea Lark Salmon _____... .20 Nat Milk Choco.

Ve< Little, motored in Mr. Fox's auto I I'ness of his mother-in-law. Mrs.) J. to visit his stop Mrs. W.-L. Rewis former employees tn this county Jrairio Salmon _J...._._._! ..20Atlantis Ute, Sc' and. ......._.... .15'

to Orlando-' Wednesday and spent the W. Watson,'who -was recently Injured while>n,route.. should be made In duplicate, one copy Salmon ,, ___.....___< '.25 Baker's Chocolate' .--_, .3S

day, Mr:end Mrs."Fox'visiting at the by'a fall, and 'whom we are pleased Miss Martha Belle' Harris who is forwarded to the either man to' M.released Javens Colombia River: Red .:.___.-. .%5 Lowney Baker'' Royal Cocoa, _

': .home! of. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Campbell" to-,report is now improving and teaching in the Winter Haven public and county one'ct..n agent, or to W. B.,Harris. ,Chair. Morris" Slice Beef >_-______ .20 'lOc ud.1-.l' ____J 1.5
.l old friends of XnomDet Tenn. Both .thought to be out of danger. ; schools returned last Friday to spend
T'" .of1'theirresidences' at' Knoxville 'MI'I..O.A.: Briggs theirguests mal Community IaborBoard., } / j
; are Mr
.. : ; the week-end with her parents, She .
close-to each other,"on and near Magnolia Mr. ,and .Mrs X- A, Allen of was ..Anna '-WI) PLEASANT LEAGUE SOCIAL."The .*' JYoev win always find as ready to pleas, and our retponsibXty uafue. **' '
'; a'ftll.ue''one.of; the prettiest. ave- :Toronto, Mr. and .Mrs. J. A. Tweed ,' .
teacher of
son, Senior League cf the tioned under ear at
Epworth u wo operate own name,
= .
M in that It is 100 feet _
nnes city. also of Toronto but DOW spendingthe domestic science in .the same schools. M. jE. ,Church held their monthly r
""and over three miles'In length, and winter: in Orlando,' returned this Miss Wilson returned Winter Haven
the Church
social at bunga
p.ved'with asphalt double streetcar.cracks'In :reek 'from an auto trip>> to -Tampa Sunday'afternoon t rat Miss Harris the .
'Friday night entertaining
low. ,
the>center and curbing and and,, St.,. Petersburg.The returning was taken III,,and ,waa unable to ao members -of I''the organization and Taylo: r'sGroc: tjT'
F *; concrete sidewalks ion; either"-.side. sightseers reporfthe weather perfect company her, '.Miss Harria-was notified their.friends. Misses Lillian Harris; ,
.mils-improvementTwas made- while and the i
everything' lovely -on .Wednesday' that .the schools
;-Mr..'.Fox was'one-of the city, officials week of.their atayAt, the Highland'' at' Winter' Haven .had,- been closed WeN Gladys hostesses'Griffin and arranged Alpha Westfoll a very, .' Broadway,'Near P. 0. and Corner Clyde and Mablctte.. is I Ij" +

'slve years ago. ,'-, and chalrnVan. ** -' "f of country,dull at; Lakeland' they met' again ''on account of the' "flu," ..n4would' pleasing program of Jolly,games-) and .'' '2.. STOlES .' -\ .:
srfreet .ntheB e'
timprov number of their Toronto friends which ;
I noVopen atgahr after the .
till amusements During the evening hot ,,'
atreet improvement )
; rsvo an addedTinUrest to their trip.
holidays. chocolates and wafer*-,were served. ..
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} f-\.: ... . ,. -' .. ---: -. .. '.'" Do''You'Have J...:fig Tree?1 1-1"I' \\I
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,. ,: "'. '. 'i The "frown1' throughout' the .,
r State and vsuaHy thrive, in good
, \ soil, It,has I not .received the atten- cBest :Quality :
tion in Florida that It' .!\oulc!,' end ,
: :'' SSB ** S this la due to three reason:' There
r : has been until recently a> very-ligh t

-<, ;.The} smooth: rich flavor., ,: demand .for It fig can,, but to cultivated DOW this a la* increating. an- SEED. . POTATOES. . . .

orchard 'crop but some difficulty 1 I. >
' '
connected with the fruit to \ .
: of a cup ofPQSTUM. ;' distant and If carefully hipped packed in refrigerator from selected stock in state" of Maine .

this difficulty Is losscned and good
a t price are realised in the northern Plant, these dependable leed'potatoes'. ,Both! Spald-,
y markets. However, if handled! with
INSTANT care they will sell readily in our ing's Rose No.-4 and! Red Bliss varieties; free from' +
; local markets. .As a rule'' fig will
.. not last over twenty-four hour after disease. Place orders'earl, for shipment direct I
they are gathered and to be good
for eating purposes It must ripen on from Jacksonville at moneysavinjprices. Good.
tho tree.. A rainy Beacon through .
the ripening season mean ruin, for :seed scarce; write at once or wire. "
the fijr insists upon taking it* moisture .: *
through the soil and not haveIt '
.' poured on it. The fig throuirhou F. F.
i'r id one of its best advertisements Florida has never been planted in orchards '- ,DUTTON, ,
x \\ CI to any extent, but every fam+
ily will Irt'.il'much\ by havin Sanford, Florida
; Much like coffee in appearanceand tree in their back yard They are
very shallow feeders and to disturb
j aroma Fbstum is absolutely: : their root system in the orchard
: with the plow means their distruc

free from the caffeine tion.The 6r a
i drug : 't best soil for fin is a well
drained loam, well supplied \rlth limo,
and phosphoric acid. The
: 2 And besides this meritits. convehience 'I beet way to arrive at the fertilizer il
to use barnyard manure 'supplantedwhen

.t :, ,economy and practical ', the trees are bearing f ,
by an of phosphoric add

f M t' usefulness mak it the- ,rd eal"There's and phosphate potash,and using two five pound pounds of of Mur-add .f1j

M { t. fill meal dIik"faral1: the family sufficient iate :of potash quantity.broadcast will be of

? ,. The fig grows so rapidly from cuttings -
;'<>It' ** .'; and produces bearing wood in ,
a Reason .M >Gt such a short time that it would be ,f
( useless to consider any other method Help YourLaborShow
of prop gatlon.. While it also responds
tolerably well to grafting, little is : J
tk. gained since the same scion, used asa '
--, cutting, would produce fruit on its
own roots almost as soon, certainly A Better
small the second
bearing a
I I I . ... . . if a vigorous variety crop Where this year is e
not the may be resort-
case grafting
----- . .'-. ...---.. -- --"- ---.-----.. Fruit ed to, but the fife does not take kind- ",.Profit 4
--- -- Citrus Rots\ Iv to "stubbing back," and the probability :
of its advantageous employment
+ University of Florida Agriculture I is such a remote contingency A day's labor on fertilized land will produce far more than ai.1da
EdperilDent'Statlon. I that it may well be ignored > ,'. labor on unfertilized land. Your hired help costa you more..
; ? I II It ;: Cuttings may be taken in late win- Make it produce 'more,by using plenty. of good fertilizer. on all :r
I _ (By I!. E.' Steven.,) i your'yid. _
ter, just before the sap starts and .
Weather conditions during the past after all danger from severe frost is -
ten days have been unusually favorable past. In which case they may be at Bradley's'FerlilizersIncrease
I the of citrus set out in the with
for development once nursery now, '
fruit rots trouble the terminal bud with the crop yields, improve quality and hasten maturity. ''They +
end we may expect : even surfaCe add
fe-tility. the food contain the humus
; plant they by they
blud mold, stem-end rot and' of the soil. Or be cut
J from an- they may (leave in the soil ani by the greater volume of plant roots and Stubble -, .
; thracnose if moist condition continue earlier in the winter bundled and which they produce .
: t to prevail. Doubtless considerable juried, aa with grape cuttings. In ,
tj damage, has already occurred, either event the cuttings should'be Send for Our Free Book
which will become more evident within long, ten inches or afoot, with several -, _
the .next few day,. Excessive joints or buds in diameter ""CitrotCulture"' is full of interesting information regarding the
moisture is favorable to the growth from the site of a lead pencil to that 'care ansFenltoire of citrus groves.' It tell how to fertilizer -
, I of the rot-inducing fungi. The same of the little finger. The latter size mOD f go further t>y. increasing your mak./our ta.,
.,. condition indirectly affects ,the fruit. generally make a thriftier growth. Write for soiree copy 4? ,
' by making it more turgid? in which Long cutting stand a better chance r-u
i Low Meat Prices case the rind is brittle and easily in to strike root than do shorter ones, .
or bruised in handling. Fruits as they are more likely to reach permanently Works f'
lured Fertilizer'
; I are' highly turgid and Ailed with moist soil. Bradley r
' r H" : ' * .. an' excess of moisture give off this Cuttings sometime may be-.planted TIle Am.Naa. Agricultural CbMnlcalponxwor J! <' rr. ,,
,r' ,, VS. r ,v excess later. If the fruit 1* packed to advantage in the place the trees .Go gull..... Ucal Mauler
I. in this condition, even.tho the surface to permanently occupy If the
I dry at>the,time, a conditions are- favorable and the cuttings -* 920 Heard Bldg. JackMMville, Fla.
< High Cattle}%1 cepr. r"t considerable amount of moisture-will grow off promptly,, it. should

still be given off and absorbed by the attain the heighth, the first season
.r.r wrapper. Thus an ideal moist condi- of from three to six feet. A few fig I
4 tion Is provided for the germinationof may be obtained the first year from e
r + If the farmer cannot get enough for any fungus spore on the surfaceof brown turkey and Green lethal and
I! nn live the packed fruit. This probably the third season a good crop should
stock ,he 'ndsea less
the explain the high percentage of the result if the tree has not been cutback
j pecker gets less raw material.' decay that the fruit that by frost.. In this event, remove Seed .Potatoes
I.i packed and shipped during period the inured wood cutting clear to the :
: If the consumer has to much of rain. Fruit gathered under each badly frost bitten and ,
: boo VjI
i pay ".. I conditions should be allowed to dry starting a new stool of coins :from the ,: .. ,
:' i' Ibr his meat be'ea ts less of it, and'the \. In the packing house for a few day TOOt It la not uncommon," with the '.' ..11.0f"q, .. .. "" N "" .,'. .. .,' ''h'C,_ ...."."" 'i.t ." "''''*'' .\_I. '
,, .. ... ', .
/ packer finds his market! decreased.,,, I r, before it I J. packed. prolific varieties to .ftnd' the cutting: I "*'. , ; -t, "'\ \' f "' ;
. __, \ J .WbUe considerable amount of del covered with)> young digs- 'In, the fail : -: a-Choice:Maine. and Western Stock-:
: The cay may appear within the next two of the'first year. , .' .' -. -
I' packer wants the producer to or three weeks, some of which If either a cutting or a,TOOted plant
get enough to: make J livestock raising unavoidable) steps may be taken to from the nursery-fails,-'when set out

I profitable, and he wants the price of:meat eliminate good, percentage, of .loss. In Its permanent place, to grow off Spauldiug .Rose No. 4,
it 1 useless to leave
Blue Mold. . well at the start *
+ : 1 l j so low that,everyone will eat It. Blue mold is likely to be much' In it an endeavor to bring it out"by subsequent n,

: evidence in the groves, packing houses I attention such as manuring : Red Bliss Triumph
i Put an !he con do, and what he would and shipped fruit Thi fungus or'cultivation. It 1 I. unlikely to ever' , ..

1 .nave to do in any case ,to stay,in business ! cannot penetrate the unbroken citrus develop is.into-a radically vigorous- plant with;.its something -'vi--
rind and only gain entrance i to the ; wrong ':;
'k I. is to keep down the cost of processing .T Interior of fruit thru scratchesbruises tality and-it is better to grub'it' up|. : ,::7 Irish Cobblers
the farmer's'stock into meat so breaks or injuries tothe sur and replant. Only the' most healthyand .
face. Following rainy periods, itils vigorous specimens from the
that the consumer pays for the meat and important to see that the fruit .i. nursery should be selected and this Order your seed and fertilizer early. "
by-products only a little more than the carefully handled from the tree ',to ia one advantage of using rooted
; farmer gets for his animals... the packed; box avoiding a. .far aa plants. Frequently a year's: time is Write us for prices and particulars.I .
'" - possible all clipper cuts, long stems, saved by employing cuttings end only '
I thorn pricks, scratches and bruising. the less vigorous need be replaced: k
i .;, ForeamplelastyearSwift&Company Packing house and field boxes should In orchard planting it Is somewhat 'WILSON. &. TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.

i I' paid for its cattle about,.90per.cent of be kept clean and all cull fruits shouldbe difficult, to protect the cuttings dur
promptly disposed and not 111- ing. the early, stages of their growth, Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizers
i L .what,,it got for meat.and .productssuch lowed to decay. The fruit should be and '.this consideration often induce : < Jacksonville, Flau,
I t. (such;as,hides) tallow, oils, etc.) thoroly dry before packing and it the owner to select rooted and therefore -
larger and conspielou
I more
should be shipped under proper ventilation -
I' :If' Where the percentage of plants: In handllllt!"'the fig "cuttings . . . .
cattle from
the farm '
were turned and'rooted plants.for both home use i
blue mold i I. running high in the shipped .
: miraculously into i meat in the, hands of lots, it i would be advisable to hold end shipment; 'nelthe\the cutting . .
retailers such fruit for. several day after nor the'roots should bel'permitted to ... TT*
I, (without '
going through theex-, picking in order that it may dry out dry out. If so, they are worthless,
l, '! pense of,, dressing, shipping: and / and throw, off the excessive moisture. for they never recovertheir; mois- A Tip About' tRealtEstate; ,
moisture like,other plants.H. \
} ),. the farmer'would'get.only;about "I Stem-End Rot. j
JAVENS, Is fclwaya Appreciated '
>> b'ythoie
moist conditions ctem-end
< 1 .1 VB cents per,,' pound more/or,his :.cattle, t rot Under develop rapidly and it. may be County Agent. y looking- far' ,k.7 futvirf' 4,

'or consumers: would:pay only about' 2 4 i. expected 1-0'I.appear in groves where hop e-: or 'the' site", 'for Anti

: ; cents'perpoundess: for their n'i the tree.. contain much dead wood, MONEYIN, EGGS. 1 You Ifet r vall i such :information ., / + e'e
especially if scale insects are presenton :not bankable; but the -
: the fruit In abundance. When I Eggs are, here, s. 'wi. are ,experts: ln_ :
.4, ' Out of :this cent or two per pound, 1 sufficiently --developed detect, the money from their sale I.I This mon- j local ,seal Fatale, all city

r, ; Swift 6: Company pays for the operation rot I. distinct and quite'characteristic. .y' is ')'our. for the effort. How do and, county 1 lr "rthi., rand*

:of extensive, plants, pays freight on meats . However, fruits infested with yo.i treat the hen that lay the Golden are' In a: position to advise, r
r be from the j
! the fungus may picked Eggst'B. A. Thomas' Po ltJ'7".Reme- r,
operates ;refrigerator ;'cai's. maintains'branch tree and not show any visible signsof : In :on' the 'a"bJIC!. otneatt;, "t
:r .. ', houses, end in most cases delivers the disease at the time. Such dy will tke'poultry good:"conitlon i all -
fruit develop the rot after they are and Increa.e,tile yield lneggs." 1 ,ent,uponourboeke'manr: : 'de-.
I to retailers all over the United packed and during storage, and this We 'guarantee 'this.and refund your y trablo propertleitnat ; : >

: i' , States.. The profit; amounts to only i a greatly effect the market value *of money if not aatisiled.Watersdo might like' to' bjy. B*.'you u.'

:fraction ,of a' cent, and apart of this the Stem-rot finished can more effectively i': Carson Grocery''' Co. ; about 'tb.m.' .' 4

'i', ,profit,goeS to build more plants, to give avoided by keeping'the tree free r .. ,.' -. - . BREAKER!' REALTY v " ;/

r. 1 t" .better,service, and to increase the From dead. wood and sealer insect disease is 1I indicated by small 1 .redpots COMPANY.K1SSIMMEE
{ company's '
Where this baa not been done and the or blotches. .on the surface of \
'. usefulness to.the country. rot i* present the problem i* to eliminate tM fruit. .,When this condition 5* .; ,..FLORIDA
: ''the infected fruits.- ''This will noted in any abundance< spraying
require I close< and careful inspectionin should ;be done at once.. Two or
W ': the packing house,-and some denree three application* of 'ammonlacal solution ' e
:Swift &' U. S. . 'of*selection in the grove. .By of copper carbonate made at in- I Chronic Constipation.This JouR l lI
Company A.
holding suspectedfruit. 'for several tenal. >of should check :an disease is nearly always YOUR FACE IS FORltttt.t .

a . day.,before packing a. large ..percentage outbreak of.anthraenoee. 'In case-of brought,'on'by. bid"habits.: To effect I '1'thotisind: J>IO>>le.t ok.t ronrfeosV.while .,,;-J -
the be eliminated. All attack where few trees .
of rot may light only a one glsnees .t roar;feet.. got-, 1,
t decayed and Infected '1rui.whether are affected) ft may be necessary.;to a .permanent curb :you :mult.'c rrect yes. spend money,to f--trTmif,'shnJ .

in the grove or. packing house' should pray only lteraffected'adjacent,trees your habits. In''the meantime, take in condition and< .&I.c&.-.7OU..,..s.., '"
' 1 -
--. -- be destroyed.' ; *' If the'spraying1 are""nade promptly. :hamberlan's; .Tabl. They "are ,.RED CROSS skiving Xx>Uon"...(tb.: t.
; .. < . '' ', AHthracnose. easy to :tab and most', agreeable In 'afterAavingiranrymakes oML'CENTJUt ...."., ..!.
AiNet gas/
yoreva'1 chill. Tonic., FOR ;RENT':"Furnished flat with If moist eondltioni'prevailanthra' Iks: tiuYiM'.ih'Dii1 Not! :tM, ffect.;. They' only'costV:quarter ' look yotag and keep. all faoea1.1 ... ,;
nose is apt to .develoo, :ejTfecially in JIeH...el Hi toBle'ad'teauthre efhcl.1.AIAo'l'IV. pink:or OOD4'Uoa.' ''l'bb sad GdJet _>t';,
.... .
.., . .WaJItF'" .e.rgy IIF p.rlg'1..d s. modern Improvements::<< W.,B...Harris., groves where ''trees show indications .MLOMO QCIW1M8/.b.N.eta.a ecdluryutalM CROSS' fafiq __ ..
ekba ti. bket Y.e aaMafMlltt$tnata< .... doe Mot. CMM ae!WO.Neee BO> A: Want ad. lasthe Valley. Gazette 'arUd"l.e04; .
-- Gazette office.. 14-tf]of witrnrtlp. It may,: however:ap. iiR.i.e> !........ __U.tmU Had. .' .
r ':;f.r & Is.llerado1 E olr-, rroeOc. ,, .... o.o o.-:;" -' ...-__ . .pear. 'sporadically- -to any'grove..* -'-The- r JeM tat..the. ?*Wesu"e- oi--JC..W..oaOVB... tow will feat,your spar rooms,': .' ,b>ItIa.1i'rolt! .,, >; :.-

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ee eeaU,be&arejhey,; III. ."" _""G n.t'."Keyof. _., ,FROI ',C87 ._:eo.e&b01'1.,,, obv d a", .I...mtwte. '1M..lta.1. I II : P. ,G.. WAGNER ,. .l. M1

ui... ..... snday. hartagbeoa dletrow I tiBBflga >> asrA Ian, Chaacol'7'' ,I. -
: .the aervico .toD.'Morrow
? ; f' SoUettora lot ConTpfflSaU.' ..1....: '
: : .veasons. .. Colds led come qoi H.I"btate'antInsuran'ceAgency.' '

.. and lira.1. ,""' relied' by,Dr.,She.** NoTiesn 'I'O"CRIIIDITORI I
'oJ W.M riaitfmr a* the home ot the "( I \
NetIMacoreiyKobodV >-
mare brother, H. W.Morrow return I. Oemrt".4 + Ctizcni'Bank ;
tbo C..ty J.agw; 0- ; Buijduif.. ;. '
ed Saturday their' home, at Bucy- ..,. I C..5y.' .....,.r Fl."' ..., Fla.t
rue Ohio, their visit being shortened should fed "perfectTyarm44a"lro : mile ,. Re, I0ot" .te of WllUaaa T. .a1L._.. r Klulmmee :

by. .the receipt of a telegram .. a cold ,D 01 6roacbW I -
announc- To al'Credltora( ;;: Lerateea/Dlitrlbu-:: .RlPRESENTING..
,attack foe IoDJF..ICtaa.. only ; }
Ins with the.Influcniaw aerlova Illness, of their' son, little while very to relMrre.*t.and {M back. lees Demands and '...11...III.t Persona said baying Barater Claims. or 'E. A., Strout F.nn.A.uC11 maintaining 1 biggeneral oMces 1a.'..few

Howard oa the road to secovety when Dr. You, and each of :you are hereby no
Anderson visited the
.{...... 'UaI..., the glaaaea home of at King'e Mew .Diaeovery: la faithfullyusadU tined and required to preseat any York., ,Philadelphia,. Boston. 'Chicagoarid other cities for the convenience
accnrately V tted and are of .his'Bronaon parents and Sunday.John.R. ,famllj f were : It aoon soothes phlegm re*' otalnts either .of and rou.demands have against the or ,of"'Lome'seekers.. 11'7011 wish to sell,. write me at 'once ,

i exact strength 1m sphere' or vlsitorg at the O.:' C. Bronaon- home lievea pore. throaV IrrltaUoo brings, comfort. .parched- .od.state late of of William Oooeola T.County Maklnaon,.' Florida, you pay nVfeei of,:an r; kind unless, we,,sell your property. No char:

.r'. or apherc-cvlinder .. Sunday evening; a century pld and more popular tho uaderalaned. administrator of aaldostate gel:.for listing, withdrawing ar"advertisio'; '
Miss Iva Nlawonger teacher of the today within two from tbo date
t. correct the defect, they school at this point is busily. engaged than ever. AtaU .- , .hereof. . ; -"We also .represent the New"YGr Life( Insurance .
; Company,
|1. far from' helpful-they.will 1 Dated December 7th, A. t). 'I'''. : ; '
drilling her J pupils for the entertainment W. B. MAKIN8ON,. anti the Ocean Accident Iniurance.
and Health ,
lately hurtful. To get the riven at Christmaa time. ': Make Tour Bowels Behave 81-St. Administrator.XDTICB .

,, ....... yon. must CO to Mr. and Mrs Goo., C.. Bronson and :. Make them fusacdos pith tlfyfor ..IO'O "OO'O'O "OO'.O"O'.." " " " .
tit of proved .bWt ... eon, Irlo. were dinner guests at theM 'lIftda1oa. II regulation 01 the diet; I 'TO'CRKDITORS,

M. Miller home in Klsslmmee Sun dose Dot :Telievw their torpidity Dr.perfect ',!. C..rt .f .h&'. .I..... OaeelaV < .
UTE. day. \ King's. New Life Pills era *.*'''. Its.. .( FI","' ... -
a.:; .' 8. HOFFMAN Mr. and Mra. Campbell who for bowel trainers, dean a the. I '!. r* 1&8.... .f' t:. lu, Hyatt.. 4I 4IscieoI'iIrdIareCod

llat and Optician several years have spent the winter system surely, comfortably.FLU To all Crodltora- ;;,-Log-ateea: Distrib
season In our midst, have again arrived ut... and all Persona having Claimsor
arch St. Orlando, Fla. from their Canadian home Demands a trains t said Estate:
They atate that their intention is to KILLS 300.000 IN You and snob of >you> are hereby
notified and
Lee Jarrel remain through the entire year. I THE UNITED STATES', claims which, required you or either of you any,
Ira Keen, who recently disposed of may have against/ tho estate of C. L,
FORD aooo' 860,006
4 JARRELL his property at this point thia week Between and deathsrom Hyatt. deceased' late, of Osceola Coun- "
Spanish ty. Florida, to the undersigned administrator '
fin'occurred Locatedon '
OaNEYB AT.LAW moved with Ms family to Orange amonI'tho of said estate, within two Klsslmmce's
>' Center.' Inhabitant. of the United State., years from the date hereof.
\ 4, 5. liB 1a 7 CitUenj'iBank Messrs.. John and Moses Thomas, according the report of the Govern Dated November Sitn. A. J>. ISIS. BUSIEST CORNER
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.\ BuildingFlorida former residents of Shingle Creek ment Health -Service.; The Government W. B. CRAWFORD. ,
Cl-lt .
N. butwho: have for the put two Yllir.beenr was hit to the '1111). of 470.' Administrator.NOTICB i

residing in Alabama' have returned -,000,000 in life insurance policies paid OF PUBLICATION. Do Your Christmas "
t R DR. W. W. CARSON on 'account- .of the deaths of 20,000 Shopping <
.... to1 Florida The former has n.!*rt eat .f iao, laterleis, ,
DENTIST disposed of near the station soldiers in camps In this country. > '
4 lbas)4 Ol.--O.I..U.; '
V. S ria.
,ever.FUIf y.Buddingca and hag purchased' -a jcrove at Kis-. Hfevesmfco a.e. .111 ', ..;l1
aimmee' Park. The latter baa a For .. Sour Stomach. NOW ty
Honra s 11 1- ;
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Phone US R..Idenoe'Pbeas at place near Orlando. Eat sparingly., particularly of Notice la br Loughman' that ,James. A.Minnick ;
,' .
i .tantlnlslersa r Fla.who. on m sassaas! ,
or traction erf
meats, masticate your .food thoroughly .January tl, IUr, made Hom..t.adEntry. *
Tooth Learn. to lookout for ',"oarself.' and take of Chamberlain". No. 01111, for' 8W% of 8E I Ai a first 'aid to Christmas shoppers vim submit', the following
Section T. .Township SB B Run re IT Ei, '
Somebody,,has declared that when Tablets Immediately after' ; i .. .. Meridian has filed notice partial ,hit of articles on sale at our big store that will make utif-s: ..

L.'BarAN people leant to treat slight ailments supper I 1 of Intention, to make Three-year. Proof, I factroy: present: .
I establish
to claim to the lane I "
.;. : ATTORNEY: .AT-LAW. themselves, there will,be much Jell HON.. CARTER GLASS TO SUC- I 1 1 Ki..antmtoter.. Clerk Circuit, Court. ,Sewing. : ",,'J: ... '. .. f' " , '1

11 t Waring'Building. sickness':. Most diseases have their CEEO SECRETARY McADOO.3.3Hon. December at "*(L -on the llth.. day oV Clocb Lamps- . O'Cedar Mope' , 1

orig-iji in some minor -ailment, and Claimant names 'aa witnesses..: Rugs. ,

.efcaetosi when that< .. properly,. treated the .Carter-Glass; of Virginia-; was L.B.' O.L. Pope Hancock, Lonvhman., Loughman/fl l*. 'Flathlights "Buffett '' \ r .r"
O. r, OarrefiJ nominated to succeed Mr.1 Wm.. G. .Chinaware. e ; '. . ?
most serious 'diseases avoid. B. B. Hareaa Lot.tnao-' .. \ Mirron ..,. I ,. ;
;1 J JOI STOH Jk GARRETT may be McAdoo'aa Secretary of the Treaaul')". Co L. ,. ILeatb.Lou.Nina... ..:-ta. Penknives Carpet Sweeperj;i'
ed. This is particularly of throat ROBT. W.JAV'l8. (
Mr. Glass will, take .the place..Ha, 47.54. 1
\! I ATTORNKY.AT-LAW!: ? .... and lung troubles. Take Chamber- says he 'doel1"t;. template any Recleter. Icy-Hot; Majestic Ranges : ; .

.10,, ,hood. U Citla._ Dial aln'a Cough Remedy. and give every changes lift ihe'policy of the Treasury NOTICE OF MASTER'S. .SALE.Notice ., I', Perc'ulatortElectric Pyrex; WareSafety I/O' ; t .

.Building 3epariment at the present: Grilles s ,Razors -t;' I i .
cold th attel1tlo" ,
... .Base. :Fie.SELLS. / it.dettnistand.youi! I. herebysrlven.. that 'underand 'Punch Bowls ./ ''tO'aVoid some'of the most Subscribeor by virtue of final decree of foreclosure Boomerangs'! .:,
the Valley Gacette.Piles '' / .
Issued out">of and under the ,Aluminum' Goods I Guns ,
lerious'diseases that afflict mankind. seal of the Circuit Court' of tho Seventh : :.:'1 ''I

Thla'[ remedy .has been In use formanLyears I Cored"la 6 to'4 o.a: da.Judicial. In and Circuit for of Oaoeola the State' Count of ,Flori.. InChancery , The above, list 'is-only a starter' for you. ',Put'it under. your'pil '

: sad its,value,fully. 'prey : .. . Sitting In a certain cause : low and see'ifou don't have anice: .dream." Play it on the'piano'{ .'"

-IOJFIBPIEll' en.-- ? I laCTueltcfclnj.BUQdTBIeedlntOTProtredtaSPlkia, and therein W. p.B.lIdlnc.Crawford.are wherein Coniplalnants'and g. L' Lupfer or putit.i ''your. pipe-and smoke-it and then.come;and let us help :
'. i it..tlslswpeflu '
lastajMlr reUevssluditnS piles and < .
foa can Set' *
Williams ,
'J. Beulah Williams
and '
.Ieet.your ,
the ant ... you gifts. -J J1 .
appUoattoe.; 1'doII. j ,ara Respondent, theunderslgn- ,
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, ;,v.:; STATE_FAR SHORT OF GOAL ; I sell at ubiio. outcry duringtho togahours 1 wifAT OUIiOFFla: DOG 'mn.u.
I LEGAL sale before Housedoor .
I of tho.Court .
; ADTOTISEMENTSil In th. City of Klsslmmee of said c'
1, .:.Unless strenuous ffo ti 'are'made "'
N __ COUII'r.of Osoeola and State of Florl
: .
r ". '_. during the next thr%. weeks the J 2 da-on Monday, the 4th day of Jan- .some' folks seem terribly worried beicause --

f ire, ;,'!. Life' Accident and statewill register itArst failure to IN CIAL CIRCUIT'COURT.CIHCl'IT. IN..AND SKVKNTn! KOIT.JUDI oa'I''I!uary.'I: A,real P. .ISIS.t.te'the situate following in ; said described .A. ,President Wilson has left the' '
carry out its 'full'obligation to the CEOLA! COUNTY ,
.Osceola| Count r
a ltJh Plate 'c ..., Llaity government since War was declared .IN CHAT1 nRY. I I I Lots I .nd 11,. Florldai: Me1nt'ti 'COuntry'ndt lOne to Europe to aid in "'*

.... on 'Germany: In. April 1917. Florida (block 1O-lot: 10.. block ; ; .the Peace Conference They think he
II faced'with failure'in absorption of ORDER FOR CONSTIticTIVST SKR.: j 11 and 11. block 17: lots S and .O. : r
and Boiler Insurance. VICIIIo ,''block III| lots 4, 10 and 11 block '111;
shouldbe at White House all the
It. qulOta of.war savings stamps, despite .' 'Iota S and 4 to, 11.. oi.block SI: : ,
;j ,the.fact: that it, is universally EDWARD': W. BOWEN.; Complainant,. I Iota 7 to U. Inc.. I "InLo.oll: lots S to 10 -time. 'Well, he's taken Hon Henry ''. .
ia\ .Bonds Executedme : :: recognized aa the most commendable LESLEY Inc.MockIB: lota.4 !. Inc.. block
EMORT I.- and JBNHIH! K.. I ISue.a .o> 1 lno.iless let-1 enterprise into which the Government L.E8L.ETY his wifeand WALTER C !S7J' \ block SI]. ': e
Day Needed. has entered since declared BASS. 8R., and inotlpctC21" all ins ''' '
war -was ARAMINTA E. BASS to IS. blockS him: that :- enough"scQJaT ?
, not only., in its benefit to the his wife. KI88IMMEE CATTLE COM I IIi all lot. I tq It, nq.l block 1S lot. ,
-- -
PANT a corporation''organised, and - SJSISBiaBaBiSBBBSBiaaSBMSISlSCMBBVHSKSBBISBSIBIBlBBIBB' ... government; itself but in benefits to existingunder the LAWS .of tb. State I block 1i.1)'blocks-..., IT.. II, It..41.
Bilk Bail.lii the people aa a whole. of Florida} GEORGIA FARM LOAN, .*., 10 and .1. In Section K, Township
:'f, Slug According to 'a''' statement Issued COMPANY a. corporation ., organised' 10 South. Range' ..' East of .th.- town :
'e" and existingunder the Law. of the ,of Whittier accordingto corrected '
from the, office of the. state director
State of Oeorgla; WRENS .' BANK a I map- of said town filed In the -of flee of Co.Wha ,
Indicating cash tales. at maturity value Corporationunder the Law of the i. ., Clerk of the Circuit.Court of Oe- WF! :
- State of Georgia FARMERS STATE oeola oa 4th daynot
in the state up .to and Including ; < County Flfrtela. the .

rJ.W.THOMP50r1ineral November 80.' shows 6872876.29, of BANK the a 8tat.corporation of Georgia Bunder r BANK the Law.OF '\Book February-B.t> of Plata pace recorded,.. In . ... .. , ..... ..

''f .gainst'a quota :of i20,872,460.1av- ROOPVIULE., a corporation' under the Terras of sale Cash.
lag. $13,764,583.7' to be purchased Law. of the State of Oeorgla; BANK Dated Klsslmmee. Florida, ,, NOT.'j' JI, '
: I) OF MO1.ENA. a corporation under 118' ,
DirectorAND during the month of 'December. !
Law. of tho State:;, of Qeorrla BANK I JOHN R CADEI.19.4t Everyltody Is, AajWy:: Advertises nsir-"WaAts"' la tie Caiei .
-There has developed during OF. DECATUR a corporation under' Special Master In Chancery. ; '"
last months ''a keen rivalry in the he I>aws' 'of the male of Georgia !I '- ..
standing counties for war savings bANK OF Pt .INVILLE, a 'cor ora.Georgia. IN CIRCUIT-"" COURT FORT THE -
A ,
honors., Brevard county has been arndaWHITE COUNTY BANK, I I THE $I'ATE'-OF FLORIDA IN AND
:ENSED EMBALMERaaii steadily Increasing, its lead.until now, a corporation under the Laws of the I I FOR OSCKOLA COUNTY. -. IN CHAN- :
it is $2.00. ahead of its nearest competitor State of G.or"endant. :I CERT. -B.-8NYDBR.-iComplainant, ., '7 Y. y
\\0 S { :
Pinellas county. Pinellasbaa TO OEOROIA' FARM LOAN COM, COOPEHATrVB!: HOME PUR1 tgiteof
and.Chapel, Stewart Are.. nosed St. Johns ;out of second PANTr a corporation organised andextetlnsr.under 1 CHASING COMPANY a private cor-.
hr. ? place and there were other changes the Lawa of the Stateof t 7C-f 'Jefferson'County, Ala. : .

.Zlpimgw7A ... further down the line,, one of the notable WRENS O orala-BANK; a corporation- under i MRS, -NILNK.MORGA. r..Rwidow, WIGILIAMZw. 1 .

increases during the past month the Laws of the State of Georgia; I WATSON NAT POYNT7Z, Kissimmee
was In Monroe county which hasfora'ld FARMERS STATE BANK,'a corpor- ,and "ell 't>>>rsonsv" claiming Interest 'In 1 .
(; ahead of DuvaU Palm Beach poratlon under the Law. of the State i i the,lands In the Bill Complaint In
M. TILLER of Georgia; 1 this case described under any' of the
and Osceola. The counties whlch-have BANK;: OP nOOPVII.L1D. a corporation '(above named- respondents. If any< o'
- long been'' toward the bottom of the under the Law.. of the State ofo.orgla' bo deceased or otherwise The of the world

t 'fstal6AOenCYe, I net are coming up Walton snowingconsiderable BANK'; .OF MOLENA.' ..'a corporation I iclaiming"dents' ORDER Interest OF PUBLICATION. eyes :IT s

progress' during the past under the,.Lawa of .the Stats of/Qeor-i To air persons claimingInterest In the
two .months and Jt I. .a noticeable Ifla'; I I lands below described under O. C. >* fact that all\ West Florida counties, BANK'OF'DECATUR, a corporation"gnder "'Main Oeorge Main. Southern Cdoperajtlve .
the- Laws of the State of OeorgtBANK'OF Home- Purchaalne- a the
i Company who
rented.' with' the exception of EscanVblay are ,. ,I I private corporation of Jefterion Coua. are on. man
raxes paid and Titles verifiednretidents. well down the list, no reason for this 'PLAINVILLB, a corporation y. Ala+.Mrs.- Hannah K. Morgan. widow :
under the Laws of State Mri. H. widow Wll
being offered by the state director. the of ; K. Morgan ) ,
\ Geora-la: - I I Ham Wi-- Watson, or 1'fat- Poynta, 'li .. .. .. .
WHITE COUNTY BAN a.corporation )any of the aame be deceased or otherr.wtse "
Sri; Life and .AtC I1Sit: i lasoraaca. Learned the. Real Value of Chamber* un40r -.tb.Laws of the Stat.ofGeorgia. -claiminginterest therein. You :
I fare ..
I hereby commanded to appear In
.. t 'lain'. Cough Remedy. You are hereby required toappear tb. abo" entitled -Court. In tho abovr t, '," ; i
ladoumit7BoDda. to i the; bill of complaint filed hereinagain.t'you >;entitled cause- en the Sth day of January .. '
,.- ;> .. , .. .. "First we' learned of the true ,value : In the above entitledcause A. D. I'''. The lands In (fuestlon '. AE', S
on or before the llth day of are: The South half of the Southeast
NN eNeN4) of Chamberlain's Coug'h'RemedY; several January, A. D. 191S. I quarter-of hilt Southwest Section.neltho
years ago when we lived near Tho Klaslmmeo'' Valley Gasettela South of Lot S of I.
hereby designated a. the newspaper" in"Lot' 1 and the Northeast quarter of the .
CROSS RHEUMATIC REMEDY Clifton Hill, this State," writes Mrs. which 'this Order shall be pubU.hedonce i Northwest Section S: all In .
i- week for,,' four consecutiveweek. Township l'lu rhot It East of
reat adTaaUM other rhaotnsxflcinea James :
yer Malone Mo.MAt
Moberly .. . the Tallahassee ))Meridian, located In .
; uea la the fact that that.time I had a severe cold and an i?i WITNESS my .hand and the Seal of Osceola. CountFlorldL WITNESS
_a not disturb the stomach. Many said Court:, at Klssrmmee. Osceola. the Honorable James W. Perkins
i hare beenften&anently cored by annoying cough.: I. got a bottle of County, Florida. this 10th day of Da Judge-of the above Court.- andmy pAUSE.f r a moment:>>,'
Chamberlain's and after cember.. : A. D.,111/ name aa Clerk thereof and the Seal of
dy. ffbi and more than on* Cough Remedy, SEAL) 3. OVBRSTRKBT, said Court at'Klaslramee.-Florida, on self. The
'' thought to
other'Had Croaa Remedies taking a few doses of it my. cough Clerk 'of the Circuit, Court. Osceola this the Ind day, of October, A. rl'18 a. ,.

'I and guaranteed' only by. loosened up and, my.:: lungs felt better.I )I.c - e County.H. Florida BULLOCK IV C; r :' fc.' OVKR8TREBT. problems that confront

CENTRAL' DRUG STORE'' used one bottle of lt:and by then my LANDia FISH A, HULL.. .. .f As Clerk, of the bn. Court.Clr.ult. you .now, or
Solicitors for Complainant. -It ( Court Beal.42.111.
cold had:entirely dlssppAered&rCRRISTIAwcUURCR! ' will a few years hence.

U hereby given that under; ,. (rot' Frail D...aarg. <.) l'' ..
.. i Look about yea-lie saesi el affairs. Ls ceoabry state aHes
In )
and by virtue of a Final Decreo the I. -
caie.of M- C. Bryan va- Harry Bryan Ceart. ,Se Cmmtr J....., Stats ., La the world the who
; started
} 'a s ;10:00-Sunday: .Scheot. ', ..... and Dally Bryan hia wife defendant yiortasV yes .. are t to. save early.If.D/e.. .
: : pending" In too CircuitCiroultdourt of the .
ar eJin 11OOSermon.*tllV t> S'CL'E: Seventh Judicial Circuit of the Stateof fa ie Estate .f Jasaesj W.".........., They have the respect aid caafidesice the eosuaaty.look a "
: 6:10* :; ., Florida. In and for-Oaceola County, Osssela ...t". i
7O0.-Sermon.. In Chancery, the undersigned aa Special Notice !la hereby given' to all whom ' :. .
Maeter In Chancery ,will aell-at it-msy .,. .. that, on the 10th day The* .a't th* oAer sldeat the_fellows ...'...*. al they
K Prayer meeting 'leach 'wed re"evenlna' outcry, for _.b In hand to' the of AprlC A. D. 1S19. I shall.apply. to. '" :
highest bidder, at the front door of the the Honorable T. M. Murphy, Judge .Alatheyraj have It toed time terya ,while, bat what dee their,
at ":30. I*.A.'S. eachTbnrtJunlor . Court House Klmmleate County oroaoeola. said Court aa Judge of Probate for ; persoasJity reflect :
cia' State of Florida during; the legral final discharge as Administratrix of .j .
: : hours of sale, on Monday'tho Sth day the estate of James W. Prentls, deceased ;- .
e44K'S I' C.t.,each' Friday .at 9'QO scr lbe0tract e.1 D. UIIIJ landeltuated the following tin the will. : and that at the same final time ac.J A i'.r... depsMited"la this. 'ba.k.: wffl U the
aif' '
a..,m. . ., County of .Oaceola, Staterof Florida l counts as Admiautratrix' of aald estate -. .detu .el'aa. heaerahlef-'iadepeademt, career.

Young Ladles'. .Circle, meets; each to-wlt! Lot1 Three (I) of Block Three Date, and* September ask. for their n. A.approval.I Uti 1,. Blake;' yew beginning. aew-:- today. Year bask

second Sunday, . 'A'Tonic Laxatlv MARY' .1.' PRICNTIS.' hook wffl pare the .a,. ..

., C.. W.','B. meets the, flrst\. .. 'Friday. that win removo th* bM'&cd'tho' tlvar'a4 o..t.-mo.. Adlmniatratix.NOTICE' : h
In"'each' month.:, ci.nreb.ey. eiBTH< OOGHLYwliho taTlp ii4ordMarblagtkastpaHwals ov ADMurmTRATOH CaitaI.dedc __;;rv, .>.-'u;' --.7. HM.000.00

$. .CHILL ;TONIC Church board .meets first"Sunday. tnty: a Ferfnt Lav ; FINAL DiaCHAROB. Resoexces. over. -, ---...U-_.__...._.._ 900,000 .
.. .
.. . - ', In Court' of County Judge State of .
esf rtfiffjor/ :.Colds Grippe ,afternoon each'month. LAX.F0.5.wrm. PEPSINY I Jl'tonda.6ia. County.-In-re. 85sNot5oolaDnerebyllvsn "Govf thanks to tie Lord aid'year Couatry" 'fer,;lhe flory el'tmiTvm* e {

)i MaIIria.. A !feat sys; You are cordially: Invited ,to t>urservices. the .... et a. ...... sot I.asattft to .n whom 'It .
,and ". f which eoea rellema Sick ......... UnliMea.ladlsmtoa. -. may eoncern, that on the .day of by.'w. .. S..: .S. this ssoath.Officers .- ., \ J, y
:I favorite family .stomach TroaMo. Ca and File*oao.e4 February A. T>. JS1S. I ehall to "
fer : .. Sl-tCI W.n.Coieman, ,.Pastor. ...a TorpI4UwwaDdc..dpedoD. .Alwaytveeale the Honorable T., M.. Murphy.l Judge of sad DirectorsiC
.15.years. 45'anda; 50conly F--' Laxattva to the treatment of CoUa: >Grip 'said Court, aa of Probate for my' '
.. -.I-1 'M sad, .-... I'anal discharge as Admlnlstratrftt of the A.. CARSON; IteaUeat M. KATZ and B. JU LESLEY,'"-pe '
Prove to yourself H' "ft did not roB Nll9 nt'SIf u **&*.. .. .t. of 1>. C. Lea. deceased and that "
,. ,, a 5hivL ,''at the aamo time I will present to said ROMA THOMAS Caahler.. ,
to'JacksoflvHle" fti.Gajettj overestimate .s( _Ueoc In the '
:\ 'your' 1ppadty ..
-- tool. ae Uxattje. It I* -Court why final accounts a. , N.B. CARSON N. C. BRYAN: M.KATZ,,;' r ,
or, your, desire to keep : : of said ..tats and ask for their apiprrd. '
''' ; your sword lest 1 Adska.l'M.r.stbs 'C, A., CABSON. 1L' FLEMING, K. L. LBBLET.

cardsprinted;by the Val- when you' signed.;>your' war savings I Ia1lWr I n a to 1O pnbHo by Paris Dated HiV ; A. D.. 1515. J. ,WADS TUCKEK,.Wraetor.' .;

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Ti : SIQEN DAY'" SALE. -IS.S I : !TI1..LQ01N'G' : ON., '

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;; 'Plenty of that Heavy Outing Left at 25 Cents Per Yard w.

: ;". '.. Remember, Our Store is Santa Claus Headquarters and ,Loaded With AIII Kinds. of 'Toys i

", : DOLLAR LIMIT STORE:,, G. W. Persons Company "k

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Ji: III which may contribute to the health Franklin, on Emmett street. The ,

I I(:: 1 RED CROSS REDEDICATED TO I and happiness of men, women and young people made merry during the ..
Such when developed hours from 'I:30 to 10 o'clock to ,the
children plans -
\\.1 . THE SERVICE OF MANKIND rythm of Victrola music and the evening
will, It is believed provide both was concluded with refreshments
for world relief and ,for home com- when cherry ice cream and :!
Henry P. Davidson, ,chairman of, bperate. munity service, and \thus constitutea home made candies were served Theafer
.? the War Council of the American Red i The great task of fighting 'tuber channel for the continued and useful At' 'the party were: Virginia and Phillips
Cross', today issued to' the 8854 chapters : culosis, promoting child welfare and expression by Red Cross workers Geraldine Lesley, Irene Ingram, 'Nor-
I ma Duke, Katherine McKay; Ella
'members of for refugees with which the
caring ,
And the 22,000,000 ;
a and members of those qualities of Gardner, Nellie and Frankie Woodall, .
; the Red Cross the following state i American Red Cross has concerned sympathy and love which our whole Mary and John Sanderson,' Christine
ment. outlining: the future policy. of, itself so effectively in France, Italy people have poured out so unstintedly May, Margaret Griffin, Misses Kath-
the American Red Cross:, ' I and Belgium, will at an early date be during this war. erine Bearden and Marie Boyd. Etta Orlando Fla.

;gip i, To the 8854 chapters and 22,000- assumed by the governments, the For the completion of its war work Evelyn Mae and and Orick Howard Suhl, Bryan Elam, Angel Lewis ,

000 members of the American Red Red Cross organizations and the relief and for the Institution of its peace O'Bryan, Jack Simpson Frank Steiner TUESDAY AND '
Cross<. societies of those countries program the Red Cross 1 Is fortunately Dorothy and Arthur' Bullock, WEDNESDAYJ
l ''a Thewhole American people' will be which,' now that they are' released inn. a healthy financially condition Katherine Tiller, Eleanor: Rosen Oli-
Invited the week preceding ChristMas from the terrific burden of waging Abundant occasion for the oi vine Savage, Della!' ,, Ledbetter, Kath
ofthe Red naturally desire to take 'care, as erine Cleckley, Tiny Kritz Mr. and
enroll members
to war 1-7&18
large funds of money and great!) Mrs. J., S.' Oadel, and Mrs, Bearden.W. DECEMBER }.
"' 'Cross. It is confidently expected that. far ap 'they can, of their own people. quantities of garment* and other supplies -

there need be no further campaigns : The war programof, the AmericanRed will continue to arise, but it is M. UNION HELD INTERESTING I i.
for, Red Cross'funds; but indeed, the ,,Cross will thus steadily and believed that tJlere'will be- no further MEETING. MATINEE WEDNESDAY

annual Roll Call will constitute the rapidly merge itself into a peace pro need ,for intensive campaigns for ". --.:..- .., SPECIAL_ :
+ foundation of the Red Cross; The gram. The wake of the war' will, funds. The work of supplementing The Woman' Missionary Union'
w people should therefore know as definitely however, reveal the prevalence of disease govermental activities, which the the Weklwa Association of Baptist ORCHESTRA
h as possible the plane of this, and give ri18' to -epidemics and' Red Cross called on to,do in churches, which held an all dav.session SPECIAL FLO-fLO
society.I all parts,of the in Kisslmmee Tuesday met1' in
.their national humanitarian emergencies which in
all parts of the world, will be upon a the First Methodist church while the '
Since the armistice was signed, I'' world will cell for unlimited volun- scale'but call for human '
great It-will members of. the-association'were assembling -
have bad '-opportunity to confer in tary effort, the cutting of the1 red service rather than to r TlfpV"expenditure at the First Bapti t church. John Cort Presents L the Season's Sensational. Success
,Pajb .1Ut.tI\.be.ds\ Df all American tape and the manifestation of those >, Mr".fJkXee, Smith of. ,Orlando
.':'Q1. W CkdCsmmiasions: in Europe, qualities ,of human sympathy; ',which What* the American Red Cross president of the'Union*,presided, with

i'' ,and ;'Jater in Washington with the government action cannot .display. needs how is' not so much cbntributiqns'of Mrs.secretary J. A. Barclay tern. ol Dr. Klwintmee.Tupper of.
President of the United States the Here ,will be 'the oportunity for the, pro
money,.>._ the continued devotion Maitland, conducted the devotional(
1(6 fl War; Council of the., Red Cross,:the American Red Cross' But even'our: and loyality..' of its members.: exercises" which opened the'' session: LO-fLt'-and
'Do managers of the:'fourteen Red Cross Red Cross must not act and cannot I This,iai particularly true at this moment The meeting was purely a businessone
y; division of the United State and act moat effectively alone; we'must I of transition from war. to andreports., were showed,read from sixchurches.
' head labor'' with the National progress
the ,of our departments co-operation peace. Annual' membership fnvplve.the in the mission work' and the total sum
\ i Y Headquarters; I' ,amable Red Cross and" relief societies payment of only one dollar. The raised by. these organizations amounted
1 ,it..dJ.' .MiatJona1; to speak now with the of'other, nations, to'the end that not moneys thus, recited not only defray to $866.15 for the past year. Her Perfect 36 Chorus
,..'"' and :'ajMurance of saying alone 'the' heart ,of America but the ,all the admSnostration expense of The following officers were chosento :
t .r>;.... .that the beneficent work of the American heart':of an"mankind,may be mobilized the organization but leave a substantial President serve the. Union Mrs.'during George 1919 Flooding: <"' *
,,' Red Cross is to go forward on on behalf of .ufl'erlngl1umanitt.,
balance' which, together with all Orlando; vice presidents, Kisslmmee,
a great scale- ot alone, s heretofore While, therefore, the plan of the funds, subscribed ''directly for relief, Mrs. E.' S. Hall; ,Winter Park, Mrs. '
y 4 for, purpose of relief 'of war, American Red Cross In'thl. direction is devoted solely,for that purpose. Trovillian; Orlando Mrs.. A. B. Johnson "FL<5-FLO" is a Classy, Snappy -
Winter Garden, Mrs. '''W, L.: Sto- ,
;, but,a. an agency, of peace and permanent cannot be formulated specifically in The Roll Call of the nation isthus ; .
Pine Mrs. J. W.: Matchett
e human''service' advance of the,. 'general relief program ? to,be called at Christmas time that, ry St.;,Cloud.Castle Mrs. E. E. 'Deschner; and; ,'' Catchy, Slangy, Girly Mas-,
Since: America entrance into' the of the allied governments.the '
their"enrollment in their Red Cross* Apopka, Mrs. A. C. Starbird.
... war; the, purpose of our 1 Red: Cross American Red Cross ''i* nevertheless 1 the American'people may send a message Treasurer, Mr*. H. M. Breaker, ical Entertainment that. Makes '
has,been,:primarily; to aid our army planning to develop its permanent j to our soldiers still :'overtea Secretary .Mrs.-A.-Y Fuller, of Or
and, ,navy lathe, care of our'men under organization In this 'countrY' upon ascale people the 'world thatwe lando. "
and to the
,: ') '''Other ladies in attendance,, weN: Your Feet Keep Time and Yqu
ni armand, secondly, to extend relief never before contemplated in are not content:merely:Witb;see Mrs.Foster..of S. Cloud. Mrs., Doug- ; ,
to the soldiers, sailors and' clvl-; time of peace. ingour: arms united with'our' .allies las, of Winter Park, and' Mrs. Davis Hum Its --
bans of',those nation which' were 'The commission which'are now in victory but' that our abiding purpose of Winter, Park.' Irresistably Haunting ,
fighting.our bittl. alongwith' their conducting the*activities! of the'"-American The session adjourned after the '
is that the love the
by Mrs. O. B. Falls.
closing'prayer Melodies.
With the which have Red foreign'countries,
owns, and the Intelligence of all ''America One of the'pleasantest features of l
been so generously contributed" by the as well as the temporary,war'organi shall be ire-dedicated to'the, permanent the day was the elaborate mid-day
American'people: this war work of sation"in this country, will as a matter service of mankind. luncheon which was served at the
the/Red'-'Cross will continue and -b0competed of course ultimately merge their HENRY P. DAVIDSON: noon hour in the Baptist church when '.
not only"the ladies of the missionary Seats Now On Sale at Estes P.hafr
with all, possible'sympathy energies with those-of the permanent Chairman' of the Red Cross WarCouncil. society alone but all the ladies of the
,*nd'energy. organization of the Red Cross .
church* were hostesses entertainingabout A- '
,Wherever 'our. soldiers and sailors I With the waif' has developed-the t 75$ guests .r

s' may*,be the Red Cross will stay with striking 'and important, fact that DANCING PARTY. < I Prices 7Sc$100 $1.50 $2.00

themrntilr they' ,'are demobilized. many men and women, some of whom Mis' Irene Franklin entertained! a COMMUNITY, LABOR BOARDS : ,
:'. Not lDlr'whfch we,may do will. be left had with great successdevoted' their number of her friend Saturday evening WILL HELP TO PLACE LABOR. ,
.undone: either for;the men in the war lives entirely to business, came into with a dancing party at .the "
;zone, for those 'returning,, for those the Red Cross organisation at' the home of her mother, Mrs. C. E. (Continued from Page One)- MAIL

'in 'the camps and' hospitals\ or fortheir outset'f l- the war simply! that they munity labor. boards," the Secretary |
"and time since the be- N'
at OW'
stated no
families at home'to'.whom willeonUDue might serve their country,but have 'STEAMVULCANIZINGJ ginning-of the war has the need 'of .y
: to,b. devoted the' minietra- realized such a" satisfaction to themselves such service been so urgent or the ORDERS e
tratlona of the Red Cross Home Ser-: in the opportunity, to serve : : duty imposed upon those capable. of .
'Y1c .. In this' latter' "effort; OOOO! mankind that they now desire to be- | I ; performing. them so imperative.'. 11'

trained :Red Cross workers are how: come a part of the'permanent organi- Sources Information. -
The from the community .
f'' engaged [at 2500 dlff rent'' places zation of the American .Red Cross. AND ,:r\ labor boards will show'to' what centers '
a throughout the land. 'Study is being given by the national 1 there is shortage or surplus of
The problem.of.reconstruction. Involving I organization not alone to problemsof TUBfJKPAIRING-j labor and whether demobilization in it
feeding and caring for thedistressed I .International relief but to plans thosec enters can be rapid or slow.
? civilian populations lof-Eu-\ In this country for enlarged '''home : >The meaN boards! of'will personal-get their l contact' Informationby and '': ; Graystone Casing:;, ,(

y' Top*' are of'' such magnitude that service, thepromotion -of public ,JACK SPARLING telephonic communication with employers {, i: .

necessarily they must be met,,very health education, development of : plant managers,-employment X Special Entertainment-3 Night. .
largely' by; governments of"our allies, nursing, the care end prevention ,of 107 BROADWAY nanagers,' labor organizations, and Commencing:

s, with whom our government win co accidents, and 'other correlated lines commercial l United_ -- 'bodies States:: as Employment well. M the_Sr.n local -a

i vice offices. Approximately 100 Industries
,,> II' will be covered. I December 16th: Y.
Are Made. _
.,,,4" ) '1-' '', > ,j" ,\ "' ), ')" , ',''.\of'>1' ", '\'. ,,;, ,:'I, " "-.,'::,., ,' " , '-' The reports to be made' by ,community "", '- "
,, ", .
lk' I ..- ". t. .. ,,,,, \ ...'"
will be-in
"I'l. .4 ,::! 'I.\f., ,"J labor boards accordance -
tf" I : t"i" tl"-h'" '
..... .. ..,.. .. . ':"' : "" " "'.,., ,. ' .', *> ): .
.- i a iwiy '<\""; >: n : T, ? .. iJ/.iH:: c-:< -, J with the forms prepared by theWar t The : .Player.
Industries Board and are intended -
ft .' '.1\\ 'p., ', ... ., t '.. ,:,".) 11" to give the'Government a .weeklysummary +, ,r 20 PEOPLE 20 ,.,
a ry, I or Indexx of the labor market r ...
I. ,
I ,' /'i, and industrial relations throughout ,; 'in three Royalty' Play, with -:;'\>
.' I the 'country. They will be both ... ,
Between Acts.
statistical and descriptive but the rt' -, ,
: necessity for quick-action compels the j;
f. exclusion of minor details.
The Vital QuestionYou : jf The boards will wire their reports
each Tuesday to Mr. Hatfield. of the
Planning and Statistical. Division of
.. ;"," !> the War Industries Board, following .
.. '' " 'I\ mailed i- ETHEL
fire < with
carry' m.ur.neer-I.e.. !j'' "? '..t :he telegrams a. recapitulation .
sheet. Copies of the tele-
"v Life insurance)Certainly. :-,'\ 'c" grants 'and the recapitulation sheet .. f..

:; Made a;will>-Of eour e. .: { also will be Bent to the Federal director A CARlOAD) OF SttNfRY'Admission '
} for the State and "to the, local ?
But,what: ,protection. havejyou againdlosing your life insurancepolicyJ Employment Service office (., r
j through carelessness.}your fire insurace policy: by its being I burned> with ., j C., L. Division- Established:: ,"''H 2Se .and 50c( !Including 1 NX
a The: Federal directors have been instructed War'Ta Pictures. Start at 7 p., '
'the house,,or your'will:. ,being stolen or mi'flacedN: : '.J to l establish an administrative -' ;; '8:15 I: "
,Secure thil'protection? at once--4t, costflesi: than one cent: ' -and unit in their offices which will be m; Play p. m. .
: known the Community, Labor _
U t you cannot afford to be. without it after all the"""other\ precautions. Board Division as and will have general -

i '" e you i have taken'to; secure these document. .... charge'of.directing the'work' of the
a '" ,
labor boards
e Come. ,* in and_ .let explain., ft'o'ga community A corps of expert' field organizersof ,NOTE;-We carry, special settings
a the Employment Service left 'for all play and guarantee to pre-

t Y . I it.j i'zens Bahk f PSaS:! 1I 1-, Federal Washlnsrton industrial directors l..t'State in Thursday organizing to assist.for these various the ,I seat real .productions'",, '-. ; - y

:rintwi'm, , ici. .: ; J ty division' labor,board and in'".geting..started, thecommon': on their:,' '

) .' 5' :';k .IVPAYSSIM11aEE \ &lAy9scattGlQ! Jf important tuk.t. r MONDAY.: ; DEC. ::.''16th. '

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