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 20, 1918
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00886
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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i On January li',.i5 and 16 the Flor- of the convention will fall stated that Kissimmee ".
:Ida State Live Stock Association 'WillIf" I plans were' rapidly taking shape and The city of Kissimmee i. standing at the parting f the will celebrate the anniversary .. There will be no speaking:;bat, a\
now
way of Christmas Day musical, '
would with .
annual meeting in KJssimmee that' well arranged ,program a program Including band'sal.fSllaS .., r
i; ;:.: four hundred of the most I soon be made public. and not only its immediate prosperity but.possibly much its future community Christmai tree and com' !', *"* community, singing;;.*.. '
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stock growers from all]I The visiting delegates will be oc growth and development may depend ''upon the 'action tan Just at wunity singing when every Vtizen: to ;
the State will visit this city cupied Tuesday and Wednesday with this time when the lid i is off on local improvements and jhen/ every all the cIty Is asked to I I Son.-"J07 To The WorkL", a
of There the business routine of their annualmeeting assemble 1 In I Songa1o] Night." '_ ,
our hospitality. Mocks .
it back basisas
I ,community wisely; urged to. get to. rapidly and '-4
with time for the pre-war partIcipate %, '
I Inathecelebrators. Jlerald :
official
four hundred delegates some thg" .
were
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basis spelli business and This ,
Pre-war
as possible. activity somthing will
1st the Jacksonville convention lasts I stock and home grown feed exhibit, must be held SingSony. -,
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;year and many of them accompaniedby which will be shown-co-incident with be done and done soon, to' throw off the lethargy which 1s gripped and general 7 p. m., when the gift giving Son.-"Come, All l Ye Faithful," ,

their wives; and there is no reason 'I their convention,,at'the Osceola Coun- every enterprise during the year our country has been engged in the Miss Inea feasting who has is over. Song-"America." m

to believe there will be a smaller !I ty Fair Grounds under the auspicesof life and death struggle. This something should be a moveient worthwhile leading spirit lF these been cele-a Overture-"Light .Cavalry," bazid.,
number meeting here next month. I I the Fair Association There will bratfcmi Miss MYrtIllIli'Bea1, chorus direet.or. ,;
Pat Johnston-2nd vice-president ot:also be< amusing programs of local one that will tax the resources of the city for a}on- means tom in become a cus- J. D.,, Woodbeck, band master. .
Kissimmee started
t / Florida and life justa surely as stagnation leads to death' the ball Slater Reed is
the. Association and Charles A. Car-/raceswhen: only grown 'I/ rolling, and is in charge of the
r, 'non, Jr.who ,were present at .the owned ponies con enter. What enterprise should the; city undertake at-this tin] har been who believe in being this klndly'eustom aided by others tree and its decorations,. ,

Jacksonville; meeting. Invited the convention Mr. ''Johnston who will be In chargeof the subject under discussion among the business men thi ve-ek, and showing the great, universal brother-of 11111' assisted by the &Deftbe-' ,
to hold its 1919 session ml I IICisslmmee the stock show and management with few exceptions they revert to the long cherished.dren' of bulk- hood of man. high schooL : '
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and its to every hopes to secure the co-operation of McDonough will be
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zen in Kissimmee and the stock citi-I the stock men of this locality and heading the shores of LaIc.e'Tohopekaliga from Cape Bre Additionto bandesta d here it erected last near ''the 01 the' baskets. which :*M "**** 'out _

of the surrounding country to that least 100 head of cattle including the beautiful Country Club House property. \, and on it will be bung stood year For ' ,
in giving; ; them-the "glad, hand" and !specimens of pure bred and grade Kissimmee has been blind to the advantage! oft th civic improvement -, I all, the kiddies of Kissimmee stockings under for several years Kissimmee hiss

showing ihem a genuine good time. ;animals of' the Aberdeen Angus, but has carefully investigated the various meth's of bulkienactment I 12 years of age whether.they be rich o'Ver'bad a' Christmas tree fund lapping
from
Kissimmee has entertained numbers J Shorthorn, Hereford, Brahma Holstein or season to season,.and ,thiss
poor. Every
i heading and went' so far in the project as to secure a one will receive a added to the
of conventions and done it royaly ''and Jerseys will be entered. treat. Just what by business men and,,
and'the coming event'need be no ex- 11 not so .much for the prizes offered of the State Legislature empowering the city officials I order' the willremain, a secret the; until treat the will be interested citizens. who".desire! every';,,
ception to this rule. Mr. Johnstonon Work done and asses* the cost against the property owners / taken down and stock chlld'in the city to knowfthe.W oC '
ings'are' o ened.IOSCEOLA the
W ,.. whom the. burden of the success (Continued On Page Eight) Three years ago interest in bulkheading ran to fev heat and. ... YuJetlde.season.. __ _. '-.

the Board of Trade which included all the prominent biness men

:' and financiers here, felt that the ,time had come to act.JuxSenatorG. CAITtf'WJNNERS

THE WAR IS OVER, A. Carson. E. L Lesley John M.' Lee and Captain Cyjohnson :

were made a committee to look into the matter and an o file of the .

Gazette shows the following ..
report:
1 1st. That bulkheading was'' extremely desirable. FLORIDA STATE <;'
FUTURE? : :
WHAT -OF: THE 2nd. That this would be"a..,permanent improve such as FAIR ,

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would add not only.to the values of1 the abutting proper but to all '

-- property of the city. I, The exhibition of ,
Osceola '
Editor Valley Gazette: they approach the Lake. 3rd. That .the lakefront as it stands is an eyeso but bulk-' cattle at the State Fait was a fine county ex-,(Ibred Florida and breeder.I owned;and ezbibltied. br' .r s u"

This question is confronting us Fourth: These bulkhead certificates heading* it would be the pride of all property owners. 'ample of what could be done along i Sweep stakes : t
daily., Upon its proper answer depends would be issued on the order of 4th. That the .the line of grade cattle the .Uyep'eu'ctyen'bj.
paving cos of this bulkheading and the fi g in backof grown on Consolidated' Land Company. for' .,
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the progress or retrogression certificates. We all recall how open ranges 'without feed,'. and at- I *
g the bulkheading.should be borne the ben oct of'
by jS2LJi-ft''wSSi Angus dend t.
; property tracted
k of our community.. Many suggestions the paving was done, apparently easy ,may be made for development and and without hardship. 5th. 'VThat the only expense"that the city would fi y have to the cattle raisers ot, the State who I owned ..

many of them ought to be seriouslyand Fifth: Under the act of the Legislature bear woul T>e the bulkheading and filling in of their s ts. visited that section of the. ground, j imp ,. by Edgewater'. ,Farm*.

carefully considered because as !, passed in 1915, known aa 6th. We find that the last Legislature passed ter 7184 several capturing a beautiful silver cup with }I 2nd prize best Shorthorn boll 'over'' ," .
a progressive people we must not 7184 Laws of Florida the' which substantial cash prizes, and of "> .. I
Chapter empowered the City of Kissimmee ta reclaim fill and bulk. blue -ribbons. years age.
still. We cannot do (Unless The stock I8
stand BO.
taken
City Council has full authority were I 1st prize best and calf'Shorf' 11
head. In accordance with .the. provision of said Cha it is oft the* cow
) ;;_'take hold and push with all our reclaim fill in bulkhead and improvethe respectfully rangee! and shipped ..toJack.sonville' horn. "
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'might others are going to do it for Lake front and to assess the cost: i recommended't- thftjity council be request o exercisethe and put on feed which was I Mr. Johnston\ also' won a. general 'r's
U. thereof against; the abutting'' owners authority conferred upon4hemm} by the Legislature providing new to them and they missed their,.weep stake on his Indian Bramah
Such thoughts as these have caused of such property. for the bulkheading and filling ,In of, this property and assess the :'customary diet of grass and shrunk J stock, and a. there was no provision'

''the!citizens minds to of turn a number again to of the our bulk-\ best, .It seems to me' that now Is the cost of this work against the property!I benefited ther and that Neverthheleee'theyeweret nga made for,* prize on this ,,breed" ,* 'he"

heading 'of the lake; I wish to,..observe psychological moment to take definite this action be taken by the City CoUnci as quickly as" an l legally numberof prizes ribbons etc., and was, awarded.the a 'blue'ribbon.feature of OsceoU's"
and deslvtf action on this question of PjjThaps i
concerning this. be, done. j! were generally speaking a great cr d, exhibit at'the fair' which 'attracted
of this Lake bulkheading.: Unless I miss my guessit it to this section., The "
The cattle
First bulkheading came
: would not prove'expensive to the 7th. We wish to emphasize >as .t only as', we how the from Pat Johnston's the greatest Interest was a scrub cow.
,as the I see-appearance it, would -of add our tremendouslyto town and city, costing practically nothing to importance of the work, and to say that in our opinion will bring of the i Edgewater Farms ranges-Company and those, Indian > 480 pounds,shown with an ,

.the .real estate values. the public and .the property: holders prominence a section of our city which is now prai lIy useless. and Included specimens from the) Indian 840 'pounds Bramah, and a June scrub calf .weighing with her?'
Second Bulkheading the Lake ;Js whose' property is benefited by the 8th. When this bulkheading is. done we 'respe Iy suggest Brahama, .Aberdeen Angus;...and Angus yearling, heifer cow and ,' .
would bee benefited ten
I. entirely feasible and not very ex times bulkheading the cost that the authorities arrange for-a boulr yard of at, lea 5 feet imdrivewajr->, Shorthorn. calves weteiiing respectfully \'"'1
pensive. mediately adjoining the bulkhead; thai they beautify The list of"aVaYds' follow. Cattle. and 200.'/These/Were-also. .,the Youncv ,
d Third: This work could be done by Under these conditions shall we I'belonging to Mr. Johnston: ertr of ,Mr; Johnston.
the issuance of bulkheading certificates not at- once, without the slightest de- aiut.theceby render it most attractive. 2nd and 3rd prize for beat :Angus /.
assessed against' the_property, lay,' undertake, this Improvement. As So aptly does this rcport'lit' ,the situation today t it might bull over three years. Lieutenants Johnson and I Bevene

benefited. These certificates, will be I see it, it's up to the Mayor the City have_been.written this week; for the same plan is now sable. I, 1st and '2nd<,, prize for_ naffve cow came up .from Carlstrom In a "crate",
easily saleable now' that the war is Attorney and the City Council to take FlaW on the subject of reclaiming and impro'vi ake front with grade' Angus calf raised. in Flor-' as it Is now officially) designated and \

''over and would In'the_,end cost the immediate and affirmative action is it that the be borne of ida. 'I were week-end guests of,J. Earl .Lup-"r
city nothing whatever, except fjiossi- along this line., Yours respectfully, ve plain provides cost by ers thevering .. lit prize on group of" three head i fer and family.., '
;boy bulkheading its ownstrecHas C.. A. CARSON. pr rty benefited: this cost to be paid in install me a --------
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There,, is no question but that the city fathers h rise power!, I OREC.OOOROAD JO ;

STATE AUDITORCOMMENDS .to order this much needed improvement should they fit to exercise JE Er .' ., /
this authority, it would not be'many months be this vision ,

,. would become a reality Acres of land which are n n eyesore '

to all beholders would become the finest residence on of the i I \ BUILT IN. OSCEOLA '

: :: OFFICIALS AT COURT JO1I'SEcif .entire city and would without doubt be a drawing card inter residents COUNTY : J'

of wealth who are looking for just such a spot onlehto erect ;

winter homes. ,-.. '-- .

':r .." .. f It i is not a new project-the bulkheading of lake Its and the r -'" Ospeola county Is to/celebrate the
: .. The of county smiles this court week house when'has State been reclaiming of adjoining lands. Other aearby cities h j'thus beau- HARRIS peace era in a practical way by build' x
all '
/ We B JH. GASS- ing'more good roads and the brick is
down tified their 'lakes and rivers and why shout t this '
::1 /Auditor E. I. Matthews came God-given city coming Into the city every day for the
i1' Nr unexpectedly from Tallahassee to HIGH| SCKOtlL AGAIN come to the front and add to. her attractiveness as well! prosperity.'AED stretch cf road between here and' St. 4
u '\ \ teheck up the records of the county of.ficlils. ED' AT THE ARGONNE Cloud, which has for so long been

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.. t-( Auditor Matthews has been handjrr'l B'"STSflRCHESTBAWitt The ,strIp is three mile long eon ,

: ing out boquets right and left as he Quite a burdenwas, lifted from the nectlng the brick road at Libby Hill, '. ,
} works from office to office. County ". CROSS CHRISTMAS) minds of editor-and Mrs. W.B. :this tide of Tax assessor W. I.,)Bar- ,
Harris
Judge T. M...,, Murphy's'accounts R B-;; who returned yesterday when they received letter berV country home, and coming this
"couldn't be heat" County Clerk J. thi; y >k from Mount Pleasant, Ohio, from heir soil. W. B. Harris a Jr. way, to the city limits, on' what la
,
L. Overstreet, !' ecklngo out to the I time in re-organizing the Ospcer.ra dated Nov. 26th known as the short cut road. --
a ...- cent;" Supt. C. E. Yowell, "right-on- I 'uus" school orchestra, of whichhe news'that he had, passed trough good the This road building is somewhat In' ,
the dot and so on. Auditor Matth- is director, and open the session NOW GATHERING MOKNTUM ordeal of going "over the top" and the nature of .an experiment for thecountywill'let +: t
will'not finish his work.until to/ with' of former ,
reunion the
mem-
ewe had .. no contract to paving'
escaped, t .least,., with' ibis life,
morrow when he expects to leave far bers at the school auditorium Monday though he companies but! have purchased the
was gassed at the last
t his home. y night The campaign for the Red Cross. failure to open wltkubllc meeting. tle of the Argonne. bat-., brick; and'other material from the
\ This splendid record maade by'/the The personnel and Instrumentation Christmas Roll is on in Kissimmee The luartenSre established Following is brief Southern Clay Manufacturing Company -
county officers is complimentary, for the year will be as follows: and systematic effort is being made at the post office :he teams who his letter:; a, extract. from .."& nd have put the',construction,
I'"- ,i5 'H' not only to themselves but also Ao the Violins. Misses Lillian Prentls; to secure 1,000 members to the organization are making a hou house canvas ."I am at, the base : .. ; in; under the direction of'L. R. Farmer
men who chose them for thesf posttipns Mary Tiller and Adah C. 'Wagner, : by the close of the drive report there each :. Miss Helen Bordeaux France hospital here and Ills convict gang.; The road willbe ;i
to f responsibility and It. Clifford Lester, Frank nightThe Bass was named surer for the ( ), just getting
,y x> and Messrs. Monday' : [ over a dose of mustard I nine feet' in width with the regulation , -
1 k\:. Reed Clyde Harris and Henry Edwards official. 'opening was plannedfor drive and is tabufir the reports. received In our last drive.in gas, the which curbing. ,At the rate the mater.' ,
DR.. HYATT COMMISSION Tuesday night when Dr. D. A. Mrs. S. L. chairman forKlasimmee. gonne Front. We went the Ar ial.is reaching here it is thought Mr. 4 I cr
+. CAPTAIN AFTE DEATH Viola-Miss Louise Thomason. Burkhalter the mayor of Makenzie. is dire the work here on, the morning of"the over 1st and top had Farmer will have hU men alt, work
'Cello Brown and Miss Tennessee who Is considered RealCross and expressed ion at the en- .
I, -Mrv* Lucy a ... to cross a valley which the German. by the first of January. ., \\low. l
One of the sad cldenls of Buckles. > expert should be here, and ad- were When completed this road will be '
'f the influenza epidemic many w ch cost this Plane-Miss Helen Bass. dress a meeting at the Dixie Theater. (Continued Eight) : shell fell right at my heavily.feet and )-'. thertbeavy toll o lives, came Trombone-Walter Bass. All arrangements were made and Dr. I could and r Sun Set trail, which con-
., to country Kissimmee. The 1 Dr. C. L. Clarinets-Charlie Regero and Ed- Burkhalter arrived, but he had been ST. CLOUD :TO EpISEREFEREND&ND I lungs geotmy( .mask I. stayed on I'had''with my my ..eets'thls, section ,with the east coast'g, ,j
t die Hansel. stricken on'the train with what he at Melbourne much shorter
.* who volunteere for overseas RECALLA Company until the 5th I a route ,
Hyatt.; when I was
he .. '
r had Horn-Bert Wells. thought might be influenza, and than- Is now'. trayeltd.
service but jme delay sent here
through My lungs In
are prettygood
Miss Muriel Pren- train for his '
Bells and Traps- left on the following .
+ not received )his cal when the epidemic shape,, now, and I to.be
has circulated anda expect
home. It was then too l late for petition HADDOCKS-PARK COMPANY ;;
,
') literally '
struck this ctfy. Dr. Hyatt tis.There leaving here .
soon: .
will of be new musicians County Chairman Stanford to obtain sufficient numtof signatures .
course
gave his lyre for the people .. Young Harris enlisted In the United PLAY TO CROWDED HOUSE
the orchestra this another obtained to invoke referendumand
speaker.
joining yearas ,
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-when he heroically struggled to ? in th4e of Fred B. States Marine Corps last June -
usual, as' Director Brown expectsthe Notwithstanding this unsuspicious recall The i
r heck the disease and responded to few 18 Maddocks-Park players apv:
till he organization to build up the membership beginning the workers are' reporting Kenney, clerk avllector of the years andy o aboutthree d .in Kissimmee the
r. his calls day/and night was ojd, after pear early' part
,
Cloud))
"the of St.
least. in the of
city
at interest
to twenty great. cause .
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after ofthe weekend a'
to
-stricken dowit Just two days months training was sent overseas. played packed,,
o first Os- world and Mayor Conn hued his v
the In the
mother "
he the sacrifice Mr. Brown organized greatest proclamation Only three house each night. -Judging; from jthe, :
had'made supreme Kisslmmee'boys.so far
school orchestra1 in in individual effort calling election for
ceola-county high they are making up
inthe continued and
his Captain know generous applause accorded -'
cony.hission as the fall of 1913. and has worked faith- what might be lacking. from the January 14th. as we were in the Marines,
here. ;them'they
reached Nat Carson Arthur are .as'popular aa ,
b;.. "Medical, department JarreD and Brad-
that date.
since
'sr The tr/ou'ght which seemed to trouble fully each school year t'4 ley 'Harris. Of these Nat Canon the company has been 6n' previous
'..- Dr. 'Hyatt most through his last illness The musicians playing stringed instruments reported missing Arthur Jarrell never dates when It has entertained Kis-.
> 7wss"the fear, that he might not are all his pupils having reached the front and Harris. was. simmee. The -plays selected from
:i '" 'fcl ,. be able to begin his military duty received their full instruction at his An Invitation gassed. their repertoir were,"Kentucky Sue," ,J
k**> Vhejy the call came; hands. .. ., .. "Ragged; Pr1Dces.. ,!and "The, .Ros
Mr. Brown places the standard for ., ''aJ.
ary.and.each: one* seemed tobe r"
MEETING' OF, CHRISTMAS ., his orchestra high and desires it to '- EDGEWATER FARMS' CO.' hit with the audience. .. , _
be an inspiration as well as.an educa- ,IS IWSINq'INE'OGS J.. '
TREE COMMITTEES SAT. y' (0 ,
t } tion'tol,the young pepple. The music To the Citueni of Kissimmee! : patrronsv taablePdoubecfkhadeeon/ , ," : t
arranged for the commencement exercises these nights for he combined his .
: us1nal :
All chairmen and members of comhittees : bb"'Page the \
t / whichincluded manager, of. '
I*? 4 for the Municipal Christmas Schuberts last Symphony spring!;in B.Minor wasa You are, cordially, invited to hear the Royal ighlanders Edgewater Farms,; shipped two fine splendid firm service and 'tlJ! ....' ',

I ree are urged to meet at the council finishedprogram/of great merit.- Band in concert at Lake Eola Park. Orlando. Sunday oon. Dec. bred Duroc-Jersey gUts to L. F..Pur- stock company's, 'production" in'gW'.i'rr i.'i;.

E : p 'chamber tomorrow. (Saturday) even ** The music; lovers of the cfty are already 22 at 2 p. mi. It is for the benefit of the Orange ,General vis at.81Peters' ; :Wednesday; ,7.program' '$ . '" ', ...) ..1Win.

r1 ting at 7 o'clock. 'Iooklntr'"forward; 'to occasions Hoapital;and collection. will be taken. Many Orla ople have These hogs are, kbwlrlpnf' year old .Gallagher; who! arrived... :
when '-orchestra.-will 'tel heard .and will weigh close u> 160. pounds from"1)ayton. Pa last week 'fan I.
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driven Kissimmee and enjoyed band and ho) "will take
w; -S s r; ;and Mrs. DDdin. pf Green again 1 to your ' each. The .Edgewater.'Farms Com; chased' the. r ; Ohio, are'spending the win- ? this, opportunity'' to' hear the Scotch Highlanders in ( ._ pany is pecializUg in this breed, and ,", atvnumbef .418' '.,
.
n IwKIshimmeeThey are !)Wood T"ner"motorid down to Tamp JAS..)-GiLES Mayor|ando. are ,making -unqualified' ; success. .I&a.1 '
ji at. at'Mrs'Franklta'avhouse' on Tuesday a business mission returning' They have one male 1 which tfpa"'thetales pailaeion "of;their, '
,Wednesday. at .700 pound.- >T .f la.... '
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...0_ THE KISSIMMEE:VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY. DECEMBER, 1918 I
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;' ,THE HOUR OF RETRIBUTION .'


I; r' 'THE MQST \ .1.DRAWS NEARER AND NEARER. Will Save Time '

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j je DANGEROUS DISEASEtfetey. 4
With tide
ever that rushes upon that are now appealing to us for food .
.0 epsan. of the human .. ao Get some OOL.D MEDAL Haarlem 011 the lonely b fcch. Germany' day of kept us fawning at the: feet of Ger- I
Impo.tant to health and bo"T.a.. the. Capsule at one. They are aa-- old> tried reckoning: cofas nearer. And many. Let us not now revert once and Money ''aIn
..14n.:.. lak1Iiinl heir.Iow u: lookout! preparation laNd all over ,the world for not one word!has been uttered from again to our first shame and dishonor 1. 1
.... dulls
,
no to lld-raeb. the depth on that land
wh.t iha troubl. 1lthout centuries. They contain'only from either We want no fine 'phrases at the peace !
rind out
feel lIer.Ou. toned, oothlnc oils combined withstrengthalvlnr man or worn n. to indicate repent- table. We want facts '
Whenever you plain plain
suffer from .l_pl_n.... : and syst.m.eleanslnrb.rbs ance or a cl inge of, heart. {
.I" Those
t. weak and used by Phr"-" language, plain figures. it..f
well known the selection and of will viiit
inJiw back-wakr lOp purchase
Or hiv* In the T'heae rtan* th Jp dally GOLD who look and iope for I'uch'an event. Women of earth as the hour strikes your you j
four kidneys need h lp. parectloe: :
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Im- will lo and
arc signs to warn you that roar kid.' Haarlem Oil laboratories In uality c hope in vain. for the coming together of the world'smighty this itore.
.ers .*. not performln tlielr function halt ported llolUnrl direct, Tb.r from are eon the".nUnt to take Mysterious a is the sea when day at the table of peace to dictate I J
properly. They are only 1m_ and .....111tll.r give prompt r.llaf or dissolves in ita unfathomable' to Germany the terms upon
t doinr their work and are allowing b. convert- mon y will b. rcfundad. ",pore for depths, is th crystalline in revelation which we will cease firing, fall
.purlttea A Into uric aeunratet acid and and other Pojeone.whtoh them at any orlirln.l drug: .tor Imported., but be OOI.D'to as com red with the sinister your knees! At the hour of 'noon upon on We feel that we are justified in stating that we have the ?

are ci ii unlei ln.r you they xllpfreM, arc "driven' MEDAl.,get the brand. Accept no forces now' r living' In Germany toward that day and on all the days that follow largest and belt selected stock of Holiday: Gifts in the State
J deetroy you' I In sealed pucka***. T'ir.. .ub.tltu"1 the co ing peace conference until the last word bespoken, _
1 ,J .from your. .lyatem. . . . -_.------------ Desperate w h defeat, humiliatedover let voice ascend to the J
...................................----------------- the fall f her your Highest '
*u per men, @hA is Power of your beingin supplicatiorthat Cut Glass-Hand, Painted China-Silvcrware-Cold andd
now sharpen: g her foils anew to those who sit at the table of

oo.oootio o"oo 'OOO ,O ;. parry the blip which she knows must peace may not weaken in their resolve :. Platinum Jewelry-Diamonds, and all other preciousU \
soon fall upbr her head. to extract from Germany to the
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When all in and all women in last farthing full indemnity for,the stones. either mounted or special mountings made t. order.)| 1
.
Cone Over the, Top Ii England fell pon their' knees last cost of her world horror. Pray that '
l' Good Friday b. beseech Almighty they may not weaken in their resolveto Watches Clocks Umbrellas, ,Toilet, Articles and sets '

God that "thiline of glory would punish in shame the German high : Prices that will suit '
i hold before th fury 'of the Hun," the command. I you
Is :
The Waterbury Chemical Indoor Closet I line did hold, and Chateau berry was the word. the great deliberation let the bells be
Now a prei-r( danger looms up rung in solemn call for prayer and (j' .
M FOR- from after trj smoke of battles, on all the days that follow, until the
tit . .greater than mt which threatened last word be spoken, let a fearlesscry Owen-Cotter Jewelry Company .
I EFFICIENCY ECONOMY '-, , COMFORT I. England and ranee last Good Fri. go forth from womankind that ,
day, more I those who have defamed women may
; k II. EDMUND SWABEY, Agent submarine ar the' treacherous plots be punished. Wherever you may be,

Bolt 625 KIS'SIMMEE, FLA.m now being fos ed in this 'country to women of earth whether in the Phone 4324 TAMPA 609 Franklin St
f .j soften men's Ind and impair the l"treet, or at the desk or in whatever I:
's, }' judgment' of merica" that Ger- work a woman's hand and heart finds
-- many's punis ent may be modifiedat to do, halt, and in the stillness of
the peace t le. i your innermost soul, where God I
I At no time 1 destiny called to us I,Dwells, utter your prayer for woman- {. t
; I ,with more fatul voice than in, the kind. ] ,
Hi/ i I I LETTERS FROM OUR SOLDIER AND SAILOR BOYS !j present hour. t rests with us ?nowj I i I God's answer will make men strong

,I to decide whet r we will or will not ,to speak to Germany the everlasting
f't ' 4 1918. hundred negatives and want from fifty stand fast to t ideals for which our ''yea and the everlasting nay of the
: With the Colors, Nov. ,
. have d.
pert ,
to hundred prints from each view sons 'universe I''I ,
a
Well I will write
y f J Dear Folks: youagain I For two ye after' the Lusitania -Ida M. H. Starr in Manufacturers
how it takes -
( to let you know I am getting you can see ,about long horror these sie treacherous forces Record. Will Sell Shoes
'
J along' all right and give you my new to finish them. The night of the 3rd, .j'
guess you think I change or 1 should say the morning' of the.
.. !g!' e my ddres every time I write, and in 4th, because it was about; 2:45 in the when we had ir raid were blown;I has beert in darkness since just after ,''j
fact I ,don't believe I have been in morning, we were turningout' printsso bell r.nR''. an 11 fact everything the war started on account of air '
the same organization for more than ,fast the dryer we were using for that would ma a racket was.put to raids. Tuesday night they turned an as
,' ': two'' weeks since I have ,bean in the prints couldn' handle them fast 'use Sgt Du and I then walked quite a few of the lights. If there it Only For Cash {'
Cv. France. 1 am at present in the I enough to keep up with the printers, back to work. must say that our such a thing' as "arising from the .
Eleventh Photo section and think II so we started our other dryer which minds were f from being on our dead" Paris did it. Dutch, it was
; will:l be with them until tho .'nJ of the I had been installed the afternoon before ( I ne" ent a longer afternoon worth a fortune to be here and see \
:. war. We ban been here at this and it had not been running buta in my Ie life About five lust how happy mortal beings could
i
f .... short time when it caught fire from o'clock we let the office. be. 'I
r1; , camp about>> two weeks. We are nearer ; People t take anything for the
the front than any other photo section some unknown cause and spread so formed parade aTrylng flags of all time I had on Tuesday, November 12, This is to notify my friends and customers that after this dateno
I don't think wo are moral than fast that we just had time to get out 'Allied nations d it seemed that I will remember it all the balanceof,
i six or eight miles from the front. We of the building. No one was hurt, 'Old Glory" more popular than my life and I feel that I got fu'l'!! value shoes will be, ,charged to any one under any. circumstances.
i: ; oj.?t.1J- can'see observation balloons frou our but> we lost all our equipment, so we 'anyone of th After we and more for my services to Uncle .
+ 1"' -." : camp and there has not been a day were put out of work for a couple of 'went out to c rate, The Pace de Sam by just being in Paris and see The government has fixed the price of SHOES for all grades
"e wince we have been here that we have days. We have everyhing in good la Concorde w ao crowded that it ing the people of Paris celebrate the *
.", ; i not seen German air ships. They shape again now, so if the war don't was almoht i sible to pas.. The finish of the war. and the: profit will now be too small to permit selling them on charge"!
.. i tr :haven't dropped any bombs yet but stop right away we will turn out lots French girls t down the street Wednesday, November 13th. Paris! .
of prints in the next month. term in arm when they met continued to celebrate accounts. '
:; t the day after we left our last camp a but on account
.:,..:. they dropped bombs there. We can Well I have written all I know of soldier Jie had kiss anyone or .n of'the cold weather there was not so

; hear the big /guns very plain here, interest so will close. My address is of them and b e me there was noway many people' out. I was down on the Our Stpck. however, will be) kept fully to the usual Itandard.I I>
up
and every time German plane as follows: JOHN C. WILDER, out ol it, take it from me, Boulevard for a while. I went down ,
4 comes ,over we 'run outside to witch 11th Photo Section, 6th Corps, Observation -I boy some of m were beauties with some of the Sergeants in the and we will continue to handle a full line of the best, quality Shoes
the shells of the anti-air craft guns Group, A. P, O. 783, AmericanE. !Everybody wa drunk with hap- office. On the way down wo met a I
to, break in the air. .. 1 F., France. !pine s, and tho hat were not drunk couple of dignified Frenchmen, one for Men Women and Children, and solicit your continued patronage. .

Our work here' is ,a good deal like I with happiness "polluted' with of them could speak a little, broken

\ tie' work in) civilian life, that. is, we Paris, France, Nov. 14, 1918 'champagne, wi nd liquor All we English He called to ui and asked
Co develop print Mr. Lawrence Tress, Kissimmee, Fla.'!could hear w Vive I. Amerique if we would do him a favor. "I spokeup ;
t "
fine here but of Dutch The is thatis land Vive la F and asked him what ho wished
I like it up course Dear : war over, '
.... will be clad ,when the war. soda and as far as fighting is concerned and'I Tuesday, No r 12th, w. work- us to do. fIe said that ho and his H. STANFORD CO.
f '" get home Paris has been celebrating ever, since I ed until twelve lock. The General friend had started; dawn{ the flr.ule.
We heard: tonight that Austria'badaimed Monday noon. I will try to give you I 'of the district red half a holiday. gird! with their wive and th'!y had iJLi
\ oeace terms this afternoon a r '"' how the ;and myself _we ut to see and help illCV wanted to a pear ft I... elnrvl le
3 ?o'clock. If she has I cant see how Paris received the news of. I -
Germany can hold out much longer "Finish." (I celebrate. It almost Imposaible, and wished to w-; k.-i.> ;. "iIiJ: I
I have been feeling fine ever since The armistice was signed at 11 to walk down Boulevards, and I that he wanted one cf we fellows to
arrived overseas,but as yet haven'treceived o'clock on Monday. On my way to don"t believe I saw such a crowdIn walk up behind their ...wives and put '
\. all life didn't think there our arms around their' waists and "
, any mail. It looks like some dinner saw people shaking hands my
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q''j. ," ',cf my, mall should have reached me and congratulating each ether. I meta was 'ao' many Ie in the whole o fe kiss them. He told us that .they ,
..+ }!l f'Jay: this time. French interpreter and asked him if France. Ever re we went w would object, but for us not to mind OSCEOLA HOTEL THEOverland .: I
t' were kissed, h lowers pinned but ahead and kiss them, I vol. ., "
; ) are fixed up fine here, have a the armistice had been signed, he informed on go so . '
'Rood barracks and plenty of warm me that it had. us, confetti th on us and people, unteered. I walked up behind\ >.the .t,
s lothing and good beds. It hasn't Monday November 11th Sgt. Durr shouted "Vhe, merique" and we women' and spoke a few words 1n Will open for the.Fall and Winter Garage ris t ti.

f ., been very cold here*yet but I suppose and I walked down to the Place de.la would'in turn s 'Vive la France;' French to them, caught them by the Season, Sept 12th. under :
; It won't be long before'we' have some Concorde and then back to .dinner, We went.to a ch restaurant and arm and leaned over to kiss tho on'on F now new management ,
''rl 'now and Ice: Have just started work but on account of such good news it had supper, th e went out to cel- my right.' She said, "No, no, no, no, miliea'contemplating spending All work on all makes of cart 'and
liere, but have turned out as high as was impossible to eat anything. Everyone ebrate some m If 1 live to' be a no" so I turned to the one on m;]' the winter in Kissimmee will find marine work .
done
;, xlne thousand prints in one night. began to put out' The thousand years I never expect to left and kissed her. I thought the accommodations pleasand and promptly. Frank "
: Nov. Ninth 1918. munition factories, shops, offices and see a happier The high class husbands would die laughing. They home Ckg. J. Jones is in charge of the repair "
,', I didn't get to finish my letter the all places of business declared a holi. and poor class waving flags and must have carried out their jokes RATES department r
other day so will try and finish now. day. Cannons were fired, and sirens singing. Para ere ,formed. All because we left the.n laugh!)!* and REASONABLE
We had hard luck a few nights ago. which were used to warn the peopleNo they had to do I'm a parade was alking: at the rate of about sixty per MQS.'tW. H. ARNOLDrptsPRICTRCSS
We had been rushed with work so to get a bigrlc.n and French Thursday, November 1 i;h. This is 1 P. H. TYNER Mgr.

,have had to work all night more than Worms In a Healthy Child flag' and start n the street and my night to work until ten o'clock ......, ,
pretty soon th rade would be Every Thursday I' hive to stay on .
( once.,, When the photo planes go out All children troubled with worm h.... an on- a
couple of bloc When the duty until ten o'clock. Park is still
and .make negatives they always healthy color which Indicate poor blood.and ass ong. .
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1920 class was led to the colors and I sleepy I T, , JIt
want the negatives developed and rule, there le more or let stomach dlMurbenoe. celebrating am zo can 1 -
prints made as soon as possible, and GROVE'S TASTELESS: chili TONIC given regularly the French p a thousand can- hardly hold my eyes open. 000000444p0 04'9'0 ooo ..o o
when we start to work on a bunch of for two or three weeks.. will enrich the blood. Improve nons up and do e Champs Elysee Well Dutch if you hear that I have : .
the dlgeMlpn.end act el a General! Strength' In the Pia la the "flu" that 1 ,
negatives don't atop until and e Coronde, all you can say caught
we we get coins Tonic to the whole syMem. Nature will then
of them being c ed from the Ger- it by being kissed to death, for I don't 1 ,
them all finished, so you see, when throw off or dispel the worms,and the Child will be \
,they make from a hundred to two lo perfect heelth. PleeMnt to lake. roe per bottle. mans. The cr pulled these can- think we missed one, and believe me, .
If -- non down the 8( The traffic was boy, some of them were sure beauties .
.oo... o O.OOO'OO.OOOOOO.O.O"O.OOOOO.O..OOO.OOOOOOOO stopped on the) Boulevards and You might let some ft He, boys 5
the people\ did J ht they wanted around town read this, because. 1 1iacn't I .R. FLOYD
to. Nearly ev ruck was loaded time to write to them at pres. ,.
to Its fullest ity with soldiers ent, so just let them rend thin for
; Our Boys Haye "Cleaned Up" and /girls 110 I don"t believe they might want to know how we J
-,? : they could h.v another person celebrated the FINISH in day Parse t, ,
.*. on if they had t em to the truck; So long for this time. .. ', '
it looked as if were hanging on Give my best regards to all, and . < ,
The Kaiser The Hun and by the tips-oft ntters. A.bunch tell Frances and your mother hello
_ of Americana big three ton for me. Your old Pal, Groceries and ; '"

packard truck ith soldiers and RALPH TURNER "A , .
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sailors. They a bell on'the of
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;,;; ; ;t_ German Autocracy! radiator and a merlc.n soldiers Subscribe for the Valley Gaistt ; m: !p 1
rang the bell w mmersitsound- \
r? ed like a fire e. Along toward Fresh ; } ff 1
NO Meats .
eleven o'clock y was real FLJTFORYOUSteps _
tr hapPY' We cool American English : ,, '

A Wonderful Achievement Canadian, Belgian, Aus- You Can Take to Stare Off "'I'' '''; '\'- S. .,, .
tralian and eve lied N.tlon. aoldien ''< :
This Terrible Infection. ,, :
kissing e Cher the gdrle .' ,
'i' were kissing dlera. Dutch, I Do you want to escape the Spanish \ "'\ """ ,Ii

> never saw 8'0 m laslnR' In all my Influenza Keep', away from people
H: J. life One Fren y asked me If I Phone 176 !
Who have it. Follow tile advice of 302tl'Qadway ;1''
Let us now "clean' up. at home at once would kiss her er. I asked her I the ,
of the United
where she war she called her surgeon-general ;
.t 1- all our business affairs. over'where we 8t.ndfnlZ' Well, States army about keeping your i. ::1.

' take it from m ch, I don't be- mouth, skin and clothes clean. Also,,
: We are asking all our customers to "clean up" inj" lieve I'ever saw tier Rid In all keep up your health. Don't let yourself o.oo ... .

; 'full all accounts that they owe us between now the mt life.best French I told rench w that woman I would In get "run-down." If you feel 00. .. OO tooooo.oooooo oooo.o. oo.o..!. .-tt.oooooooo.

and the close: of the year 1918, that is, during be delighted Well, I. guess weak, or debilitated or "blue" or

the next six weeks. Be sure to give this your I did. The girl requested that tired., you need a reliable tonic like
**', I kiss her mot hich.I did. I Dr. Williams' No. 101 Tonic. It will MANHATTAN HOTEL
personal attention. then met a girl California, she do wonders for you. It is a readyyrepared A. E. DROUGHT
: said "Hello, Ya en are you going NoW' .Opea for the! Winter Season.A >
If you cannot raise the money we will home I a1l1 soon. I asked prescription, of a noted I'/ '
her,where from and she physician, the late Dr. G. B. Williams, US Broadway ;(' \ )

: : accept Liberty Bonds and War : told me Califo elieve me, boy, of Quitman, Ga., who used it in his Family Hotel with all the Com. '"",

\ S It was sure Brea .r a girl speak private practice in treating all kinds forts) of Home. Real Estate and Insurllc8UPRESENTS ;
Saving Stamps in payment : real "Amencan' not "English"once
of fevers, colds and grippe. If
more. She t BO good look- you -- ; : :. .
of your account. Ing but I got American kiss. have the "1111," start taking Dr., Wil- RATES $2.50 PER DAY .

." f : (Dutch, I guess you think this ams'' No. 101' Tonic. The quinine in The Home: ,[nsuruce. Co. of :

r PLEASE DON'T BE A SLACKER place -celebrated lag each other It will kill the influenza germs; the Special by the Week.. York the National, Fire lasnnme. .
: from the way describing the iron will increase and
f :-+ .*, Yours respectfully celebration, ,but could have improve your vitality while the Co. of Hartford, The Sun, and J" ,
"f "A, been here)'ou' have thought your rppetite. MRS It B. SAVAG Prop. many other reliable
J 7 : that 'everybody e kiaallllr bug I magnesia will act on tho liver, and compaalea.. }'
? GROCERY and they never .ve' a thought' 1 bowels, keeping the intestinal tract '
1v WATERS & CARSON CO. Jfl
E { to"the "flu." _... 4 ,
t j4 ) clean. Your druggiot,can,supply you :

..U was great t he French: cel: -25c.and 50 c bottles.! .fu..e.Oac-

""',.l.t", :.'". ... ..... .'....... .. ...................... ... .' .. . C. .brats- alter 1pur of wa;. Pars ,'cept any, substitutes.' ,* -., I Get Your Job Printing from the Valley Gazette; '
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THE DSSDiMEC VALLEY .GAZETTE. FRIDAY DECEMBER a, 1918 71 fi w

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j F WALTER R. LXWSON"HOME S SATISFYING 1 ;RELIEFjFROMLUMMCtt r ,,' :


I I FROM C'OVER'THERE'j TELLS '


OF EXPERIENCES ,AT FRONT :

Can Really BePossible
SloanV
Captain Walter R. Lawson of the the regular quota of ground men. Liniment, hM ths

91st aero squadron, who,la bn a short "I have heard since coming back punch that relieve+
leave visiting his family here, la one that Bill Badhara is now an ace".lI.v.Inl' y 'rheumatic l1
twinftet "
;
of the who got his five planes. When I< left;
Birmingham flyers have
he had been officially 'credited with
) shed luster on their city and state one. I know, because at that time I This congestion*
Captain Lawson occupies: an ,espe- had been credited with one myselfand ,scattering warmth mule remedy %,
? cially interesting; position in Ala.. 'we celebrated the event together.I ptnttrattf wiOumt mbbimt right to
barns, because he served on the Mex- 'was so fortunate as to be the first the aching spot and brings quick relief., F
ican !Order and went to France, as a. American aviator to take photographs surely,cleanly A wonderful help for
lieutenant in Company. K, 167th In. of Mete from the air and,have external pains,' sprains, strains otinY/
fan ry. He had asked to be transferred these photographs with me as a me ness, headache, lumbago bruises.
to the air service and the trans- mento. It was over Mete that I got Get: your bottle today cost* uttW
fer was made last January. lie was my wound when flying over three means muck Ask your druniat foe k
I . .. put.into the 91st squadron.-which con miles high A piece of shrapnel from 67"-'" Kern It handy for the whole f
That the good hearted, generous people of this State-who have gone tains five Alabama men among them ah anti-aircraft gun did the work. family. The big/ bottle .I. --.m. ,..

'. "over the top" in every other Big Campaign-for Liberty. Bonds-Red Cross Lieut. Wm. T. ("Bill") Badham. The Hazard of,lhe Air' .,. '.

kj; United War Work 'Agencies-Polish: French, and Belgian, children-are' going one 91st of squadron the most is envinable said to reputationsof have made realized"The'hazard from the of the fact air that work they can figure be- Sloan'stoday.

toSTOP, in thqir giving NOW> any of the Americart flying; 'units on 10 per cent losses a month
.
in France. among the men in the, air, This
Captain Lawson also knows how it means that in 10 months the ;
NOW-when the slender little arm 'of HELPLESS BABES Homeless personnel
feels to be hit with
a piece of shrap' of a unit (is duo to have changed {
and Orphan"children-right here on YOUR OWN DOOR STEPS-are nel when over three miles up in the completely. The actual figures will

..stretched out. PLEADING for YOUR help to give them good'homes-Io..e..l.- air, for a" boche anti-aircraft gun in bear out the estimates pretty closely."I .,t They mature in' four years s I :
Mete: is responsible for the 1st, and .
... gold I was sent back to America as an :on January 1923 give both
"care, education and opportunity?'' '> wound-stripe' on his right hleeve. : Instructor at Langley field and w.sl|in-vestor I
"It is strange what a wonderful i just getting: my work organized when an opportunity, not to help J .
THE CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY OF FLORIDA-"Florida's reputation the boys of the 167th regIment -' the. armistice was signed. their government put to invest their t
have" in France," said Captain "By the way, I note that Bugler money in safety on an unusually attractive '
Greatest Charity"-meeting the needs of over '1000 Homeless.. Helpless! and Lawson., *'I have had numerous men Bolin of the 167th infantry says that basis; q qChronic. ;

Needy Kiddies each year from every section of the State-without regard tell me of'their prowess who did not he has been unable to spend any mon- I
know I was from Alabama. They' are ey for anything in I Constipation.
Birmingham.
for the creed'or need is pleading for $50.000 before Christmas D.y'-to:
not known as the 167th. but the should
as like to contrast this spirit of This disease (is nearly always i
enable the Society to close up its great work of 1918 FREE FROM DEBT 'Alabamas.' When you think that Birmingham with that of Newport brought on by bad 'babf t.. To effecta

'and to provide for 1200 children in need in 1919-and asks that this amount Thierry the regIment'were ,70 casualties per cent at and'Chateau-' that there News towards and Hampton the soldiers, Va. The is awful spirit permanent, cure younust correct

* I be'given in Liberty Bonds, War Savings Stamps, Caah or Subscriptions to be this i is only one' of the big fights in and the wounded men looks no differently your habits. In the meantime take
. paid in 1919. which the boys have taken (part, it from anyone else. They Chamberlain's Tablets.' They "are ,
Is not strange that .they have so many seem to be money-mad. They have easy to_talc.and most .agreeable.Ih

,HAVE YOU DONE YOUr} PART- like the Priest and the,Levlie| -, admirers.Praise Lieut. Moore. i, seen' that so many it means soldiers nothing coming to and them.going effect. They only,costa quarter

are YOU, WALKING BY on the other.. aide? "I/1 visited my old company after the, Of course, it does not make so much .. BRIDGE CLUB.
Chateau-Thierry fight and ought, difference to '
you me as an officer but I 1
Send Bond, Stamps, Check. Money Order subscription in to hear the boys'who talk about Ben- have taken occasions on the streetsup MII.. M. Katz entertained the
your or iile' Moore (Lieut. B. F. Moore Jr.,). there to observe the attitude of Bridge club Thursday of last week
through your County Chairman, or send it direct .to our Treasurer. R. V He looks Jike a mere boy but the men the people'toward the wounded and with a-very pleasant afterneon, when i

Covington 428 St James Building, Jacksonville and help us, and your all In 'action say he and la absolutely that they calm would and follow cool ,other Us graft.soldiers and. it i is disgraceful three games.tables.< of, players, enjoyed the'

" Countyto go "over the top" for Florida's own Needy Children-and PLEASEDO him anywhere. I could see that they Captain Lawson will be here for Mrs. P. C. Buttorff .made high ,
were very devoted to him, few days only. He in score and received the club prize and
IT NOW before forgetAsking was formerly
.
you Mrs. Claud Lee received theguests
"The American boys in the air serv- the automobile business in Birming
prise. .A rule of,the club is that all
ice have done work but
good ham
SOME aid-no matter how large or how small it may be-from- those; of us who some have been into it of and the was Jefferson. one of Rifle the first club.members Hepays prizes shall be'.Thrift: Stamps

every man, woman and child in this county-we are your servants in a noble know how much credit to give the a great tribute to Capt. Mortimer At the conclusion of the !games *
dainty salad MissNorma
French and English. You can get van Jordon. 'with'whom he was course.was1 served
cause.The idea from the fact that when I left thrown BO Intimately for a number of Griffin'assisting'the hostess.
the; front, there were 33 squadrons of years. He says at the time that Cap- Those attending the event were: ,
Mrs. H. C. Piano Mrs. Charles Car.
Americans and exactly three of these!: tain Jordan was killed he was not In a
squadrons were equipped with American the command of his son, Jr., Mrs. S...H-Bullock, Mrs. H.
but
was
company
Wj Boise, Mrs. Marion Mrs.
Carson
planes. An-aero squadron has 18 acting as regimental
operations offi
pilots and 18 observers addition to V. W. Carson. Mrs!: Claud Lee.: Mrs.
cer.-Birmingham
ire-Herald. Marvin DuPont, Mrs. P.'C." Bu'ttortr't
Children's Home SocietyOF Misses .Anne and Ines",Carson antic ,
CAMPAIGN FOR FUNDS Frances Bay. _' -

Do not forget the Klcsimmee Valley .
FLORIDA t FOR THE CHILDREN'S HOME Gazette office..doe.JlJae printing.

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State Headquarters, 428 St. James Building, Jacksonville. Florida SOCIETY OF FLORIDA

:'- Judge W. H. Baker, President R. V. Covington Treasurer. I Ask Your oroc-cr ,

MARCUS C. FAGG, State Superintendent. ', On Wednesday, December 4th the worth of this undenominational society -
State-wide drive for the 'Fifty Thousand The big feature of his appeal;
Dollar Fund for the 1919 work now. is for Libery Bonds, which the
of the Children's Home Society of Atlantic National Bank will take over;
Florld% opened .in Jacksonville, with at par, as many people prefer to re-I CHEEKNEAL'SCOFFEES
a local tag day, 'when many well linquish a bond for which money has
known women smilingly waited at already 'been expended rather than
_ ". r wY __ _' _S -w..__. __ r'T ro .r. every turn to tag you and. saw that give a smaller amount in cash. It; '
)'ou. had a good disposition and a must be clearly understood that no'
heart .for,the needy little ones of this amount, however small .will ,be re l
State. fused or' considered too Insignificant A
This campaign' will continue until to help, carry the "over the
A home which you love to live in Christmas Day, and will have ardent t"p." As the campaign s Horne of I I Best j fry Every Tesr 's
workers .in each: county of our beloved Florida is for children it will be a
i and, that others would like to ownDOESN'T State. Already they are plan- very sweet and suitable thing that
ning various ways of raising this sum the fortunate children of this State
4 and anticipate a great success, as few filled with the I
Christmas spirit and The Strong Wlthstaod'g.s Wtetar
) that has > Its' surroundings often mike mar the .
necessarily one
mean so or <
\ the heart than
reach 'quicker
appeals thought of others should coooperatewith Cold Batter Than tile W..
a big sum to build or which is beauty and comfort of a residence as to mark that of helpless childhood. It matters the at this
time in '
grown-ups Yon must have Health,Strength and En- .,
ia its layout. Many simple tie difference'between a houM, and a home." not where you live you will be askedto making this fund not only a tangible duranoa to fight Colds,Gnp and iftitlMI **M. t
places are more envied of their owners than The pleating kind of plantings seldom are do your part, even so small; for, evidence-of their interest and under- -Whan bIAIOd b not In a healthy
mansions expensive like Paul Revere, this drive is'to go atading, but a real season for love. your ..
and make.
;. some estates. Tery to middle and condition and does not drculat property;.
Into "every sex, village
r. U unable to withstand th. i'
farm," and the lantern shining in the WAR SAVINGS STAMPS YIELD TOUT Winter system cold.' ,, ,

f41k 1' See what these few trees I tower its' rays will over be the that heads of love of shedding weeping I OVER 4.55% INTEREST GROVE'S TASTELESS Chni TONIC

children. I Fortifies the System Against Colds, Grip,
have done for this house War ; ;
The Rotary Club of Jacksonville, savings stamps purchased at and Influenza by Purifying and Enriching.' ijr
in going to be very active in this $4.23 during December will pay the the Blood. F"
Wouldn't )ou: pay a good deal trees ihown was but a few dollars.They were campaign, having promised to raise invester over 4.65% interest, which It contains the welUnown tonic ,properties
higher rent to live in it than in carefully selected, it i is true, to give just the one-half of the entire amount, by the is the highest rate of interest recelv. of Quinine and Iron In n form,
..... one without any shad or shrubbery desired effect O ir fr.ee catalog,the"Beauti efforts of its members. After listen government ed on any security yet issued by our acceptable to the most delicate stomach
talks the them the most and is pleasant to take You can soon feet "
ing to of Mr. Faffg's on
? And if were buying, ful Grounds Book," and suggeitiont that one attractive investment .
you we subject or "The homeless children of to the public its Strengthening,Invigorating Effect. IOc.I
wouldn't th'planting make you consider wKl:': gladly make you on request will help this State," they to a man. responded I I --- "- -_',_ -
considerably higher price than if there were you to choose justas wisely for your planting with eagerness and enthusiasm in I 0 C 00000-00 .oooo 'OUOOOOOOOOoo 0 00 ooooo.oo.oooooooouOv"I
IUNItt Yet the cost of the plants, shrubs and needs whatever they may be. (riving their best efforts to raise the I i ,
I desired sum. It is the hope of the
t I directors of the Children's Home Society I You couldn't select a more acceptable Christmas Present for your boy
XEASONKR BROTHERS t ROYAL PALM NURSERIES of Florida, that this campaignwill

:I 1 :LUUIIYb .ONKOO,IXOS11DA be the only one made for the Society '., .o1M or girl than a good ,
during the next year. 'In this
( way the attention and energies of. 1
Mr. Fagg, the directors and the mem '
bers of the office force will go :
" straightand direct to the personalcare
\ HOOUOOOO"OUUUtooouootoHooo UO It CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY and supervision of the children BICYCLE e

; w In the grind and push of the times, insead of, as formerly, having to be

:. it is well to pause for a moment,,' diverted for every funds to few weeks the into work appeals -,

; '. BARGAIN IN COUNTRY ESTATE j a now visit and to then the Children's and be, refreshed Home Society by which, as is generally carry volunteer known on is contributions supported -
entirely by -
,. at 1944 Riverside avenue or thBoarding
'. ,. ,- having no city, county or 1
Homo
at 1229 Osceola
We have for sale a place that we consider, absolutely the most streetthe state appropriation for its maintenance. 4 _
latter having its door
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beautiful estate in Florida. We think ,. opened It might be well to add that and its usefulness and leave argument"We ,
an appropriate bn September 4th, 1918. It is at these wearing qualities no room for j
dollar given direct to the
"' title for it would-be; : homes that one realizes the working every goes
welfare of the children the sale '
,. power and the worth of a dollar bill, as have Wheels for all sites and ajes. Let ns.show yon.
HAVEN ,. what it can do, and what it aries of .the office force and other i
rS "A OF REST"or I can mean +rr
overhead
.. : for the little 'ones. If any one is suffering expenses, are met by a
"A MILLIONAIRES' PARADISE" from group of people. Who have long felt .
a grudge or a sournesson
and understood, the real meaning and r
t It is located between "two sparkling, crystal lakes, surrounded by : it is the just world the right or anything to visit like these that, BRYAN CYCLE CO. r/ F
cure
beautiful tropical I "trees and in a community' of magnificient .. Homes and see the real happiness of Fully, gladly, so you will have a 1:
* F homes. It 'is only three miles from one of Florida's industrial these dependent children who have mighty good feeling for the rest of J'I
cities, and Is one-half mile from the Dixie, Highway. It is equipped : been thrown out into the sea of life the day. Try it!
&. with all modern conveniences; has eleven acres in lot; an with every handicap, and yet can MRS. E. M.; SANDERSON 105 BROADWAY *-.'*
: still be joyous. Isn't this work worthwhile Jacksonville, Fla. I
eight-room modern house, a large variety of fruits, and a land ? Just go and see fQr yourself. : *
ecape'th.t an artist would revel at an opportunity to paint. After Perhaps that you do not know that Learn to Lookout for Yourself.

V seeing this place one would think of the price: reaching: to seven :. the younger children at the Homes Somebody has declared that when

p figures but we have it listed at the astonishing price of only call our Mr. Fagg "Daddy Fagg." people learn to treat slight ailments '
' : He is a true "daddy" indeed to all the .o o.o.o.oO'O..OOOt"oooo.too'OOOo'O.oooooooooooo.oo.
850000. ,_ !&_ ( little ones-the best Santa Claus the themselves; there will be much less -. .'
year 'round, that could be found any sickness. Most diseases have thfir We Write Fire.Insurance Exclusively, Being Agents For tie Old Reliable e .'

V.HWCHDIS..r' & COMPANY where-and has no whiskers either, origin in some minor aliment and 'psi
to scare: the :young folks-just a face when that is properly treated the LONDON & LANCASHIRE FIRE, w
reflecting a soul on fire with loving r
'ORLANDO .. FLORIDA. : service. most serious) diseases'may be. ..avoid : .

. . So,, remember if you are tagged or ed. This particularly true of throat INSURANCE CO. ,
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- - - - - - - - - - - - nagged, molested in
..toooooO OOtooooo.o.oooo.c 09'OOOOOO O, 0 0 00.0...."" or any other way and lung troubles. .Take Chamber-

during Dollars this big, for drive dependent for Fifty kiddies Thousand , ain's Cough Remedy and give every < and Solicit ,a Pogion of Your Business. ,;

.\7 Colds Cane Crip aad Influenza CORRESPONDENTS WANTED just go down into your,pockets cheer- cold the attention it deserves and you
will be able to avoid of the most
LAXATIVE BROUO QOIH1NE:VsblsM IMS***tbsiZZZZ The (Gazette 'wants 'a correspondentIn ; some Lupferslnsurance.
"j UI'0ge"ut....,.. serious diseases that afflict mankind. Agency
.1a-* to only OB .VtesM Qolala' every community in Osceola county : cblll Tonic- .
ktwr6ttW> sUoatate oa box.. .Mo. Send in the news, it will help the, mtorM vitality and ua rtj by purifying and.orlchlnt This (remedy has been in use fot
, paper' and.will keep jour section before UM blood. Yes can Mon feel iuStrauttti.nlns. many years and its value fully proven. 1 1\ O. BOX 664, J.;,LVLUPFER: ,;Maaarer :7 .

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FOUR """'"',- THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY .GAZET1E, FRIDAY. DECEMBER ,28, 1918 -
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,+ JUST A F>rW SUGGESTIONS Llde Linen Handkerchiefs at .40: Ladies' Silk LUle Hose .75 !feD' Shirts 75c to .. 2.00 'tl;
: : u- : a pair ___"',__"'__"' -- ------?-------- :

Nice Hand Mirrors .__.,___..?__-.?._?_$ .75 Ladies'- Handkerchief, each, lOc 15c and,. .25 Ladies' Lisle Hose, a pair ___.,__________Z35 Mea' Silk Garter _. ___..,,_____._..____..-.>__ ,SO ;,:

Men't, Soipender __ _. _,A...._.____..._____ .75 Men's Khaki Handkerchief, at _...______..._? .15 Men's Sweaters fine values _______._..-.- 4.00 Men' Par! Garter _____.._.......___-?..__..__ .35 \

tit Men's Silk Ties, at --..--......_--?.'-,-,-.-- 50 Men's Silk Hose, pair 65c to __ __..-*. 1.00 Childrea', Sweaters, fine values"____________ 1.00 Men' Hats and Cap, SOc to ____,.__,..___..__ ".50.. , ':'

Men' Silk Handkerchief, at ________.._____ .75 Ladies' Silk Hoe, a pair _.__:__._:____:.._ 1.50" Ladies'' Princest, All'Weol. Skirts, $5.75 to:_ ''11.50" Boys' Suits __ ______...___________________ 6.00 .:



Nothing Shoddy. and ,Common F.. H. LAWSON 'Big Line, of .Shoes for the Whole Family '\'''r.


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'' I houses! ; resurrect 'the board of trade Sending to Europe :141,000,000 bushels .Bethink it, well before" you add. another Hotneserker,' want a snap Call at rnnne. hogs loose on\ the 'rangKurmlnir *.
KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE association. of wheat from ? ifld ,Bryan street at any time after tools end !implement Lo. V
and the automobile] Foiheaven's a surplus of
apparently
thorn to'your conscience' by KenansviHe. Price / '
I !!, 6.30 p. m. for further ,Information! i ad nor 14,600. i,
sake, start something and nothing wns the outstanding exploit J.' A. BAHCLAY. 40. half rash balance terms to suit B.
i.,( when it is started let everybody pull bf the American food army io the failing to keep your war .saving H: Guy, KonaiiBvtlle.. Fla. ,,25tiFARMERSSend'today ,
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Publishes) Every FrId.7. pledge. WILL,, TKAf>rJ or exchange city
together in'. bringing an era ols property
: prosperity critical; year of the war, .
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+. a" Kl..lrre. V.Ilry O..tte Cop a7.e : for country property or stock ;!
KlMlssssee.r. Flor'd.I to .this community.PECULIAR of any kind. B. C, MlUor.i. id-tf Stockman: published at Jacksonville,, ,
GREATEST OPPORTUNITY Classified pie copy of': the Florida Farm r> andt! I>
\ .. Harris FrrmUrmt AUTO ACCIDENT WOMEN EVER HAD. AdvertisementsFOR FOR SALE-Hlirhtv ..cre.: 13: acres Tells about livestock raisin. f' Itt
cleared and under fence Z In fruit true
: acres tog;, poultry citrus and ?'
I, I B. U. Vn.. ABBCW, secretary ON THE ORLANDO ROAD It bearing orange (grove; 12,000worth: In\{. twice" a t fine per year* :''. '
. l!? f ..>..>... -, N. ni was given to the women of.this 8ALC--80 utcr,* well improved 'of cypress. timber on tract; four three years for Ulf.,' Only livestock
An automobile accident when Mayor country to perform the greatest service splendid l land, good bearing grove, room house and kitchen. Also BO 'I'and .'WriteftodaYg l paper In the
"h..ad is
......,rI...... R..esiOn Cade]' Roamer and! Harry Plano'aColumbia In tile winning of the war vouchsafed two eels. of buildings farm 'wellt..nc..d. of cattle and a good bunch (.f state. 'Jx..A

S' Copy: One Trr..............12.00 ] were both ditched,, occurred to any women In the history of school, and only(church a mile from and brick I Kv station road,
one Copy fix Months-_.,..?_____ 1.00 Wednesday evening on' the Orlando the wars of, the world-to feed the ,,6 miles from Kisslmmee. Owned bv 4.7 My48aC 4 > }aad 7 +X:+:+MTa: i':r ;
+ pod Copy. Tlir. Month.---------v .76, road near Taft, 'where the. Dixie warriors and the. war sufferers. By a non-rodldent free and clear from 'l.' '
debt Price
$5000 terms
I' All communication! except from our Highway crosses the A. .C,, L., rail- the arts of peace, the practice of simple SIXTEEN Hundred Acres on easy fine little In Making Your ,
q Mthorlsed correspondents must be : : homely virtues the womanhood of Hunch belnK cut-over timber4 land.'splendid .
_'-"od by the writer. r.oad.Mr. farmlnK and fruit land favorable .
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and. Mrs. Piano accompanied
whole nation
a..el..d.mUter will not be returned a served humanity Its terms of $20
payment per al'rej}
_.1... 'called for by Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck profoundest struggle for peace and also good house and lot in town KO- Christmas Selections
were returning from Orlando] and freedom. -" log with this property, six room 'l
(entered In the Pogtofflce at Klsslrn- while Mr. Piano did not state jUt house and close In to business part

n __ Florid.. second-class matter. ) how fast they were coming home, iti. i ...4 ...ii 1'..... 7 of ROOM town HOUSE$170., lots of porch room

is safe to assert they were not lettingthe pretty view from veranda several '.

grass( grow under their feet, 'as FIRST' CALL TO FobD ARMY. other bearing fruits: orange, pretty trees. ,corner grapes: stablesararden and.. Don't Fail.to See Our \ f':'

MBeR it were. As they approached the and chicken house; a good
railroad crossing Mr. Piano attempted bargain can be had on this property .
rn This co-operation and service Kitchen Cabinets "
i r 1 to put on the break, but it refusedto 800 ACHES Rood land. with line urove Chairs
: I ask of all In full confidence .
work. In his effort to catch the lots of fine bottom land and' a gentleman' -
farm right close. to town
4
that America will render more .
emergency break he turned the car can be bought at a bargain and on Rockers :
te to t- across the road lost control of it anda ( 4 for flag and freedom than king favorable terms of payment Full Dining Tables : .
second later the party were all in ridden people surrender\ at com- particulars and. free booklet to In* '

the'ditch.. pulelon.Hert Hoover,' August terested SPENT partiesWE three weeks In the North Parlor ,
Suits >
\ O Mayor Cadel was driving his cadirectly 10, 1917. Ju.t returned and have a gpodcllentage Rugs Etc. :.
behind Mr. Piano and as the coming South, can disposeof ;

.- sTATE Colombia swung, and in his effort .................... List your your property property with If priced us for rifrht good \ : :'

to"ajvoid the over turned car it it lay a..rvlce. we will treat you right, and .
,. partly across the road he swung too oronertv help you get the. money out of your We will do our best to make it interesting I'' .I:;

J far in the opposite direction, and 1919 AUTO TAX WE HAVE'a splendid. farm and equipment -
: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1918 turned turtle in the mud at the other with '300 head of cattle, a Rood for you if you will drop in and give us a. look. '
.. I side of the hiighway. going concern right at depot of railroad

r "'. War :you joined the. Red Cross Mr. Piano climbed out over the NOW DUE on town the Dixie has about Highway 4'miles; will fronting dispose -- Yours for a Merry Christmas r

\ICbrtotmaa Roll top and came to town with a car of It at a bargain price and
that had just reached the spot, and< Rive good terms Let us tell you '

s,4 Kls lmmee'. goal for the Red Cross was unable to pass until a "wreckinicrew" Tags Now Ready for Shipment SEVERAL shout. It., SPLENDID ('ott..ahorn..... t C. H. GRANTHAM :::
from a garage 'came out and The Legislature changed the ratesfor 'In Klsslmmee. the healthiest town In
'bk, 'Christmas Roll is 1,000 members. righted the Columbia.No reRlatratlon of motor vehicles for the United States right on a fine i Tie Satisfactory Store j
for 1919 Tax due from persons In the large lake Rood aching, bontlnR :
injured except a
one was Come South
State 30 and shooting In season
Your Red Cross dollar will be spentalleviate few slight bruises Mr. Piano's car days: RATES and grow young again, Ir'ou are -:-. o.o-t HOH.OOO>+* OM 0 H-OHO"0 0 H 00> "

del's escaped with scarcely a scratch Horsepower A. L. A. M. A. .'.In flowers the open and enjoy the fruit and ... .

The Red Cross exemplifies the Ratine NELSON REALTY COMPANYOver .

principal: of the universal b1!.>ther- PRETTY COURTESY FOR BRIDE Automobiles, 22 horsepower or State Bank.I A Little Over a Year Ago We Started ;
A recent pretty social courtesy; less _________ 5.00Automobllea :
Good of man. over 22 H.I': N. WILL liUY LlHfc-KTY liuNUtt and
to 27 00
shown Mrs. Marvin DuPont Miss hem
nee .
marketvalue.
cash for at
you
pay
1 Marie Huddleston] one of the most Automobiles Automobiles over over 27 36 horsepower to 86 H. P. 1ft 12.00 00 .. Advise' amount and what Our Grocery Business ;:-!,
One of Florida' newspapers prints popular young ladies Who has just Automobiles seating ten or more 100.00 Issue.. you have. Room 13-206 WestForsyth

'i r thU theadline: "Women's Apparel to become the bride of Lieutenant Du Trucks,, not more than 1 ton.___ 10.00 Street Jacksonville, FIR. We were given from 3 to 6 months to go in the hole. We are still "
and not
Trucks over one ton,
.:Be 25 per cent Higher" We thoughtthe Pont, was the informal reception at over 2 tons ._- 25.00Trucks AUTOMOBILE hire for three WANTED-To months Must buy. he or in the ring, and bare built np our'' business from a few dollars per ;_

prevailing styles were about asUgh just Mr. and north Mrs.of J.the Wade city Tucker's limits. home 4 tons, over__,.__2__ton.____,__.not____over___. BO.00 Rood, and. cheap.. I', Care ValleyGazette. day to up in the hundreds., That shows we were riving the people ,
the law allows. Truck., over 4 tons _______ 100.00 1-at-nd deal and satisfaction 'and '
as ,, Mrs. DuPont and her intimate n a square we are going to try and pre
Dealers __ ____________________ 15.OO
r friends were the guests for the after- Chauffeurs __n_____________ 2.00 LOST Hancock-An envelope containing addressed two to LibertyAnnda O. C. better prices and better satisfaction than we bare, bee a'. t

; f4 What are 'you doing to help make noon and the hours were spent in Hearses, casket, operated waRons by and under.ambulance denomination $1000.00 and We want to thank everybody for their patronage and surely
E dainty fancy work and merry conversation. $500 Reward to party returning; _
It pleasant for the strangers who are takeno 10.00 hope continuance of
/ ------------- Arthur B Donepciin 1-8t a same

e ""\'t iowvisiting the city Remember They were then ussured .into the ..The to law for requires..... recblee an .rsrlstervd.All .plleiitloBjvorsj FOR"tn SALE: -Lots at $e0. two-room Wishing everybody a Merry: Xmas and a Happy New Year. I i

.kindness and courtesy are without dining room where a bride's table] and ......0.. should Ire fully ...wered house and lot 1285 Address C. AOelli Cot Price Grocery for cheap prices and Good Goods. .
to use eorveq.ade.ee. 1'ersOB.alrbeelia Klselmmee, Flu sa-8t-pd
1wrlE.. several small tables were arranged. delay. delivery.

These were centered with poinsettiaand Blanks may be had from Garages, FOR RENT-Nice Furnished House FOR SATURDAY AND
ALL
.That American Army of occupation a course including creamed chicken Tax Collector. Sheriffs, Clerks Circuit . Apply to J. McPhatter. :itg-tf.: NEXT WEEK:
,' sandwiches and coffee, were daint Court or by'applying: Pillsbury Flour24 Ib sack.. 1.65'TI'1. our Wilson Certified,, ,, /, ;
; evidently doe nt intend'to have FOR RENT 8-room house furnished i
; .' 'r1{b i k
ly served followed by an ice cream ERNEST AMOS ] Ib lack. .80 Coffee \ '
'10-room house furnished: hou.ek..eplnlr , Pillsbury Flour, 12 per pound.; -e.' .39
anything :done t,,in! the ,. German; \--way course when the ices were exquisite '. unfurnished dwellings ;.
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Tallahassee Fla. room.L lt 1.65 Oat Meal
Medal 24 sack
Comptroller .. Gold Flour, PC t".3)for ,... ,25
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adoring'their' stay' in'';',that l country bride's roses on real] rose leaves. Mrs. E B. Wtlls ? tf ,
t ,. : :Y.'n4V'F1; , ., ,. !. Medal Flour] 12 Rxsack .80 4 tbs Hudnuts ;meal
%Tb i ordered '" theM:;time "',: Plates'were laid for; .Mrs.: DuPont, .t NJiftJ dL a \'Gold .-,- ,25
e7 ,have even ,: DWELLINGS for rent.ftftApplyStofMTiller.
changed at.Coblenr. "4.<,- .-,,,,- the honor guest Mrs.' Gay Livingston . STOCKHOLDERS MKKTI.NU ,. : \ ,.** MSef'Rillng'Flour24] Ib sack 1.65 4 1b.IudnutsOnts: __u____, .25 p

,, Mrs. .'Emmett Brown, M,rs. FOR SALE Second-hand Ford cam Fancy Blue Rose Rice, Ib.. .12 Sweet Potatoes, peck ...__., .40 '
The annual meeting of the stork- -
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i ,We are tieing urged to establish Graves, Mrs. Verna Elli Mrs. C. A. holders -of the Citizens Bank of KI. at attractive prices. Osceola MotorCo. Fancy Calif. Peaches, can.. .29 _Other things accordingly]
.
Jr. Mrs. Chalker Mrs. .. '
Carson Roy : slmmee will be hVld at the offlae of HOT Broadway.FOR
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pre-war conditions as quickly as Carson Farmer, Mrs. N. C. Bryan, said bank In Klsslmmee Florida on
January ,14. 1919 at 10 o'clock a. m., SALE!-One Emerson Typewriter, OUR REGULAR PRICE LIST .
L.
yoasiblej] to quit being tight wads. Mrs. P. K. Weaver, Mrs. W. Winn forth. purpose of electing .directors'or model three, visible as good a. new. 1

The advice all right but how in the Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan Mrs. Howard the ensuing year and the transaction Apply Valley Gazette tf Coal Oil, gallon] __.-..__._____ .15 Pie Peaches, ....._._.,..., .u I
Katz, Mrs. E. L. Lesley, and Misses of such business. a. may properly .
g mischief is an average earner to have Inez Carson Sue Watson, and Mary come before said meeting: FOR SALE-One of the best bargains; Tuna Fish, can....__-.'*..- .15 Votan Coffee a good one,-
1-3t. L. H. HEDGE Cashier. In a house In Klsslmmee, If :you Mr d' !
anything spend after he meets the Bryan.. % l' 1 poun try it....... .35 '.
Ibs for. .35
18c 2
Lima Beans, ; ..
'high coat It'a usually an unconditional Mrs. Tucker was assisted by Miss 3 pound can, __........... ,95
Lola ... ........... Oat Meal package, .., .12
surrender Lawler ------ Senate!', best there Is' ....... ,S5Arbucklea

r--.H. Bulk Oat Mealy 9c, 3 Ibs____ .2:? ] .. ____.......... .25 1'
SHOWER FOR M. E. PARSONAGE
,The program for the annual meetIng I Best Evaporated Peaches,___ 20 Cheek Neal
The Missionary Society of the First Coffee, 3 }bs_____,.85
of the Florida State Live Stock 1\1.\ E. Church combined the regular .I' Navy Beans, 2 Ibs.,_-_._-__ .30 1 Ib can Cocoa, __u_____... .28

':Association which will be held in Kisclmrnee itefary meeting with a pleasant sow Calumet Baking Powder, lOc, Chili Con Carne, .....r---_-?.12 .

in January, will have for its cia Ihour, Wednesday afternoon at 15c and .--..----- .28 Lunch Tongue, __....u.... ,29 '

grand climax a day spent in a lake the bungalow, when every one present -! Christmas Shredded Wheat, pkg ...___ .14 Best Jam, large aize,......., ,30 f.\'

,trip: and a barbecue. It is eminently ] brought shower some for gift the parsonage for a misceaneous to- i Gins Post Toasties, 13c, or '2 for.25 Peanut Butter, large size,... ,30 ;

';fitting that such a celebration should add to 'the convenience, of the new Fancy Head Rice, Ib...___._ .12 Peanut Butter, small size,... ..13 i

close: this meeting when Kissimmee faster and family, who. are expectedto for men women Broken Rice, Ib .--.-_ .... .09 Ivory, per bar ..::1....__1.__ ,07 y

hall be hostess to at least four hundred arrive soon. Rumford Baking Powder, l lb_ .28 Grandma's ''Laundry? ....... ,05 .

of Florida's most successful, cattle attractively The rooms decorated of the bungalow with potted were cIlildjen md.1he, babyC' Bull Head Catsup uu____,. .14 Lux Soap, pks, ---.12'-1.'

] growers.. Written i nthe history of Eba Milk ..._.._ __ .05 'Sour Pickles]
plants and ferns, and a bank of owfosell.them can - bottle, _.___.. .16 ,
the,, town from 'the time when the greenery filled the corner where the Eagle Milk can __'__uu_ .24 Sour Picbles] bottte________ .13 ... 1

first hut was built besides the crooked table was placed to receive the pre. '. ... fa* Dime Brand __:___ _--_.--_ .18 Sweet Pickles, _____._.-___. .13 ':.

cow trail down to the present time, ents. Mohawk .. ____u__ ._u___ .15 Apple-Jelly 8 ozs., ...._..* .14 :, ",
Mrs. Lane Paulk who led the meet.
I'a barbecue has marked every red let log had arranged ,an interesting pro I. Carnation, can ...___.....-. .06 Grape Jell T, 8 oia. __.._ ? .14 "

ter day and the!" approaching date gram on the topic of Sunday Observance Van O-mp's Milk, can ___.__ .06 Jams, 8 ozs. ......____? 14 .' .

'when the city will be so' signally hon. ,' giving it many practical ap Pet milk, Baby, can .__..... .06 Thread, _. __ ____......... .05. (
' 'ored' by those distinguished guests plications. Those taking part were: Crisco large can ... 1.90 '
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Readimg- Mrs. L. II. 1,
t. 2o entertainment could be more characteristic Ingram. Crisco, medium __ ._ -----_ .95 MEAL AND GRITS .:
Reading-Ales.; A. W. Bailey.
: or .in keeping with the Vocal Solo-Mrs. C. H. Summers. Crisco, small------------- Hudnuts Meal, 4 Ibs uu_.. .25 I ''y'

event Reading-Mrs. W. L. Winn. Sweet Feed, 100 Ibs __u__ 3.40 Hudnuts Grits, 4 lbs .------ .25:' -'fee,

o Reading-Mrs. E. E. Wells. Oats, 100 Ibs., i 1"-_____.______ 3.40 W. Ground Meal' __--...... .06 '

FOR HEAVEN'S SAKE START During the social hour Mrs. J. Me Corn, 100 Ibst;___. _________ 3.85 Corn ,Flour ._ --------.... ,07 'f 1" ::1;,
Phatter amused the ladies
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.; SOMETHING' the packages and displaying the Shorts, 100 Ibs., ________.__ 2.85 .. '0'. .

'' war is over there should
t! "V be, no cessation of individual and coordinate Mrs. J. L. Overstreet, Mrs. L., H. In Noi! 1 Scratch Feed,___:__-_ 4.50 Sweet Spirits Nitre ._____. ,14i'f"; '

action on the part of citizens gram. Bronson Mrs. J.served Z. Roberson. delicious and sandwiches Mrs.J. -. Wheat, 100 Ibs.____________ 4.95 Hydrogen Peroxide,........ ,1Q 1': 4" "

"w, :hereto build up the interests of the and hot tea, at the close:] of Velvet Bean Meal ---------- 2.75 Carbolic Acid, __u_____.___ .14 ttifi: + .
community and to return business to
its basis the afternoon. Cotton Seed Feed Meal ---- 2.75 Sweet Oil, _________-______ ,14't" i .
pre-war as rapidly as possi Our store Is the place to come for __________ .35 .S\ J'
ble. There's a lot of fighting that drug your Minced Ham lb. Sulphur, package ......___. .05 ,
Seaman A. W. Ivey of :Mr,
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should be done at home, beginning and Mrs. W. W. Ivey. is home on a Christmas gifts. We have a beautiful line of presents 'Potted Ham'LibbY'I, ----,-- .05 Blue Label Vaseline, bot .... .05' "

Tight now. and Kissimmee should "go furlough' to remain until after the Corn Beef Hash, can, ISc, 2__ .25 Turpentine; bottle _______... .10 ;
for
over'the top" with, a lot of movement in the Na- for every member of your home and your Beef., pork and Veal Loaf, ca, .20 4" ',
holidays. Seaman Ivey is Caster ;
Oil bottle .. .. ..25Castoria
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val Reserves stationed at Key West. Household .
Make the Red Cross Christmas Roll friends, both ladles and gentlemen. bottle .......:_.._ .30 ; '1-;
Lieutenants Grant and Spooner, Potash, large can, ------- .12 I
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A complete success, and raise the subscription Epsom Salta, box ___. ... ..05Camphor v
Sergeants Bradford and Brown, flew We have ,elegant things" .29 r
/ ( to the desired 1,000. lovely, new, whIch Calif Peaches, heavy syrup "
bottle ... 10' 1
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to Kissimmee in a "Hispana" and --- ---- '.j
Back up the officials who are in who receive them will be proud to for Blueing, 'bottle .. .--------- .05 Salta box .'_ .... 11\
were week-end guests of W. B. and those possess .... .05 i. ;H
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.'charge. of the Florida State CattleWen's and J. Earl Tomatoes, No. 1 can ---,-- .10 Quinine Tablet, box..:_..____ .16' '
Mrs. Crawford Lupfer "
convention, which will take all time. It Is not the size of the gift but the, QUALITY : ,
place in Kissimmee in a_few weeks, and family. .
and aid in making it one of the most The North and ,West have had which really makes the Impression.Buy EVERYBODY INVITED TO INSPECT OUR SANITARY* STORE 1 "' : )r1;

l t. ;memorable events in the memory of their inning all eyes are turning to SAND GET PRICES. Oar Motto 'is: Cordiality; 16 oz. to the, ! :
(the "oldest inhabitant. Florida. Get into the game quickly, your gifts from us and KNOW they are pound and 100 Cent on the Dollar. ,
things are coming our way. We .have '
Make the winter visitors welcome
t Sn Kissimmee. You know you are the; goods and ready to ,show you. right right In vogue and right In p lce. OUT OP TOWN ORDERS SHIPPED SAME DAY 4't

iy triad they are here -but do they know Nelson Realty 'Company. ,

it. t ''Mrs.. S, Ln-DePew; of Auburn. N. Central Drug Store. CUT PRICE : -
CASH
Help the farmer to plant; more,the Y.,' who is spending the winter at the GROCERY '

tock man to go a little deeper into j Orland Hotel in Orlando, with Mrs. He' Deal Place Phone 41 .
the cattle Industry; the business man J E. ,T. Peterson and Miss Florence Sqiare Phone 141 422 Broadway ..

.+to.! .._ .reach.' .' out, for. .a jot little, build more a.buslJiwne few- t,:Smith.-he jetty.spent ...Fjridajr.J-'L,1..1't.1!looking About,' ...j... .. to. 't.... . .. .....,..... ......,... ,...t.... t,,. )

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STORY'S. There is something here for everyone and as a general thing, prices are less than you expected to. pay.; :.

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Men' Tie, 25c and --- .50 SPECIAL f'. TOYS .SPECIAL Boy Cap, 35e and__.____.. .50 ';

Garters 3Sc and __ J 0 .
---?--- > Men' Suspender in Holiday'j

o'. Shirts, $1.00, $1.25 and --- 1.50 SMALL 'SIZE CASHMERE BODolls 15, 20, 25,. 35, 50, 65 LARGE SIZE CASHMERE BOBou.. _? ______L?___.., .sO" ,v,

", Belt, 25c, sOc and .---.:-_ 75 QUET SOAP. ".10. CENTS." and 75 cents eact. h' QUET SOAP, 25 CENTS.. Men' Felt Slippers. ....... 1.09 'I

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M ea'* Handkerchief', lOc, ISc' 25c and_____________.*___ .75 :COOKSBALLS CLOWNS MONKEYS. FLORIDA VIEWS _________......_--...- ...____________....__ 1 CENT t ji }
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KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, ',_ j jI'INTERESTJNG

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) LOCAL ITEMSWeather !I best kind at Central Drug Store.Miss : worth while, at Cenral Drug j
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'Peace I Victory! Victor I
Xmas Holidays. new Cole.. Eight car, from C, B.
Records will help you 100 New Victor Records just in at Elam., '

i Report, i Joseph Thurman arrived from Germantown R., 'DeWit, Brown' .Prosecuting1 attorney >W. B. Craw- ANNOUNCEMENT'
Pa., to spend the winter in
Captain Lloyh has returned to his ford made a trip to St. Cloud Monday
Kissimmee, as Is his custom. He will
on business .
make his home at the duties at Pittsburg, Pa., after a '
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v Graystone. pleasant visit with C.. A. Canon, Jr., ,A. E. Donegan, who has been I .. ':'
| ; Following are daily tempera- Christmas presents for everyone.A and family.No pending a week at Jacksonville, re-
tore and choice line at Central StoreJ
precipitation as reported Drug home is complete without aNew turned home Monday.
by Government stationat ,. J. Tucker has. arrived from Edison. "The Phonograph With! Several good city homes for sale TO OUR FRIENDS AND ?PATRONS ak ,
K4simmee '
fo- the week end- Grand Rapids; Mich. for the winter. *
a Soul. Central Drug Store, agents at bargain prices. Nelson Realty Co.
ing Thursday, December 19: Mrs. Tucker is visiting her motherin Mr. and Mrs. Gay Livingston will, Some fine potato land for rent, see FOLLOWING THE WISHES 'OF THE UNITED' .;A d
Atlanta and will reach here later.
Majtj-Mln. Rain us at once. Nelson Realty Co. *
leave Sunday night for Jacksonvilleto
STATES GOVERNMENT AND THE DEMANDS OF THE .
Thursday ___.. 82 63 R.: DeWitt Brown has returned spend' the holidays with Mrs. Live S. J. Entrikin, one of Narcoossee's

Friday __..1.._ 82 65 .66 from of the North with a nice assort- ingston's mother. most prominent residents, .was 'in MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE MERCHANTS s
ment Victor Records. 1-lt.
Saturday ..... 70 61 Mrs. S., W. Potter and mother, Mrs. town Monday on business LARGELY
FROM WHOM WE BUY GOODS WE MUST ,
Miss Belle the Science
Cooper, Peck, arrived from theirs\ home in For Christmas, a Fountain Pen.. '"
Sunday ....... 68 &0' teacher I in the Osceola High school, ,.Prices from to '
Layfette, Ind., to occupy their pretty $1.00 $7.00. Every one CURTAIL CREDIT BUSINESS, AND WHEN' CREDIT
Monday ..___._ 70 48 expects to 1Ipend the holiday vacationat winter home in this city. guaranteed. Central Drug Store.
Tuesday ...... 71Wednesday 45 her home in Atlanta. She leaves )fro and Mrs. W. J. Waring and Phone 41.Sheldon.- IS EXTENDED IT MUST. BE 'BY SPECIAL ARRANGE- '

_.._ 70 57 .22 tonight. I children of Lakeland motored up Johnson, who was given an OF PAYMENT '
WITH A DEFINITE TIME
Whitman's Candies, right fresh, at Sunday for a visit with their parents, honorable discharge from the Naval MENT AND o
..00000000..000.0.. Central Drug Store. $1.00 and $1.25a IMr. and Mrs. H. M. Pfann. Reserves, returned home Friday'from FIXED-CREDIT TO BE STOPPED UPON NON-PAY. E a;
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For Sale-Four mules, W.J. Miller. Sheldon Johnson who was recently Key "
\lrI. P. M. Smith of Jacksonville! discharged from the naval reservesat MENT AT MATURITY. ;

46-tf arrived; last Saturday for a visa win Key West, has resumed his old For Rent-Two furnished flats, CREDIT ( '.
.IN EXTENDING .
ADDITION TO THIS
O. C. her Mr. and Mrs. E. ,
Hancock, a prominent attor- parents, tret'n.lr. position in Stanford's store. with modem conveniences. W. B. -, .
ney legal of Macon.business.Ga., was here Mondayon for} .the Smith holiday will join .her and be hire Mrs H. R. Clark, who has been em- ;Harris, Gazette office. 38-tf. WE SHALL BE COMPELLED TO ASK FOR A TRADE

Victor Records. make excellent All kinds of Florida homes and day ployed night at for Jacksonville a visit with, arrived her moth Sun- Bert Wells who' has been.in Com- ACCEPTANCE OR NOTES WHICH ARE BANKABLE, ,
Xmas presents.II. investments. Write us for what you er-in-law pany B.. 'S. A. T. C., University of '
M. TO
Mrs. A. Clark. BEING FORCED ADOPT THIS NECESSITY
want. We will provide it for Florida was released from militaryservice IN V :
N. Brattan you.
who is
employed in Dr. and Mrs. Chalker of Lako .
*' Roy last week and home
Jacksonville, will be home Nelson Realty Company. came ON JANUARY 1 1919 WE FEEL SURE THAT YOU
to spend vity, are expected home in a few Saturday for the holidays. He will ,
the holidays with his family. .Mrs. Hugo Geiger and small son lays to spend the holidays with Ex-'
return to the University. and complete WHO HAVE BEEN OUR LOYAL .CUSTOMERS HERE..
I have returned home and will
.t. Mrs. George W. Persons expect to remain Senator and Mrs. C. 'A. ,Carson. I the school year in the electrical ;
leave Christmas night for Savannah. here till Captain Geiger is dismissed 45 Acres on St. Johns River, beautiful .engineering department. TOFORE, FULLY UNDERSTAND THE TRYING TIMES -
from service. Captain and Mrs. Geiger .
Ga., for a three 'weeks visit with her water front, good buildings, well'urnished Dr. ''J. D. 'Sibert and left
family
"mother. will then make their home here. WHICH ALL MERCHANTS WILL HAVE TO MEET
to for Northern
exchange
I Monday-night for their new home at
Christmas Cards* Seals and Tags, Dr. and Mrs. T. M. River, accompanied property. Nelson Realty Co.. Perry, where he has been appointed DURING THE RECONSTRUCTION PERIOD AND THAT
by l\lrs. L. R. Farmer and }her
at-Central Drug Store. Phone 41. Mrs. L D. Farmer of Texas, ar- to serve the M. E. Church for the ... .
y''" Riley Godwin, of St. Cloud was I Meets T. Farmer Mrs.of A.Spread Farmer, Ga.and' motored Mrs. L. rived in the city last week to spend coming year. Dr. Sibert and family YOU WILL ALL DO YOUR PART HELPING US TO, .
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, greeting his many friend and transacting some time visiting the family of hereon have made many warm friends here COUNTRY.
to Orlando Wednesday for few CARRY OUT OUR OBLIGATIONS TO OUR :r r0. ;
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I' Wednesday:' i iMrs. panied by Mrs. L. P. Farmer, of a prosperous and happy year in their \ ''/ ', TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND TO OURSELVES...i''. hi"t'liiN' jt: I '
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G. N. Combs and small daughter .
' Xmas will Spread, Ga., whose husband is a new'field. '
/ last nfll with
year a
Ellen Jane, of Tampa, arrived in brother of L. R. Farmer, and is with
Piano or Victrola-See R. DeWitt Mrs. H. P. Suhl has received the .. t
Kl*-immee Saturday the noon
Brown for easy terms. t op the American Expeditionary Forces sad news of the death of her brother,
train to Christina. holidays
Miss Albina Smith accompanied by 1 with their spend parent. Mr and Mrs: G. In. France. W. B. Barrow, who died on December
Mrs. Verna Ellis, motored; to Bass- Woodall.L. War is over, let's bulkhead the 9th> at BoiceR Idaho, from pneumonia. Osceola l Hardware. Co.
yule and Kissimmee Park lake and watch Kissimmee grow; Seaman I. II. Bass is home from
official business. Wednesdayon ''B. R. Farmer and family have for Other,, towns are improving, why not the Naval Reserve station at Key I '
guests his mother, Mrs. A. Far wet Let's get busy and do things. West on a furlough to spend the holidays -
Get a Hot Water Bottle. You will mer, and sister-in-law, Mrs. L. T. Nelson Realty Company. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.

need Drug it. Ours Store.are guaranteed. Central Farmer Thursday, of Spread of last, Ga.week They and arrivedon < will W. H Roby and family from Ira B.... ..MI

'Pa. Franklin Rev, Taylor and wife, accompaniedby .
CVaynesboro. county,
, We have (spend the holiday here.
an elegant farm well improved : OttOoo.
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South
i have come by auto and are Mr. and Mis. 'Arthur Stone, arrived
close to big city in Missouri, Mrs M. A, Clark has received word located in Ki'simmee for the winter. in Kissimmee from Otsego,
to exchange as part pay on a fine ,from her eon. Lieutenant II. R. Clark, This, is their first trio to Florida and klich., and will spend the winter here t
stock farm. Nelson Realty Co. ,who has been doing overseas service they express themselves as well pleased Rev. Taylor Is a retired minister and u
,/ Miss Grace Nelson has resigned 'that he arrived in New York last with the portions of the state they occupied the pulpit at the Presby l
.'* ner position with the government in Tuesday, and expects to be home. for have visited. They have taken apart- terian'church last Sunday, delivering
,Washington, D. C., and returned to the Christmas holidays. ments in the Willson building on I fine address. Rev. and Mrs. Taylor
'rner home in this city Wednesday 'Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hughes and Darlington avenue. ore old friends. of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. r
1 night. and daughter, Mrs. L II. Brown; For Sale-Six thoroughbred black Woodbeck. The party came through
Xlni nee that Mrs. J, W. Evans, this morning by auto. They intendto ;domiciled 'at the home. of Mrs. May-.
mother of the late Benjamin Evans, stay here this winter and may last C, W. Hile, inquire Gazette of- '

I is critically ill at her home at Eagle make Kissimmee their permanenthome. fice. 51-tf. field.Captain Walter, Lawson, son of F.
r Lake Farms. Newark... Ohio. I The fire alarm which called /(out 11.[ Lawson, arrived in Kissimmee the
Mrs.'E. P. Dann of Miami came up All those who- 'have subscribed to'' the department and wakened some first of the week, on 'a brief furlough
Wednesday of last week for a visit the United War Work fund are urgedto of the sleeping! citizens about twelve visiting relatives and greeting oldfriends. I
with her parents Captain and Mrs. pay the amount now due to J. L. o'clock Wednesday night proved to Captain Lawson has won l
.. Clay Johnson, and her brother, Lieut.A. Overstree at once. No collector has be only a false alarm given from thrf distinction along more than one line (I I t
been appointed for this work, and it Phillips Lumber Company's mill, i r
'':J.Johnson, who was home on a during his military service, for he
,furlough. She returned home Sun- Is important that each one pay in his where a broken steam pipe and. a wears the colors of the Mexican border -
day morning dues promptly. I frightened "nigger" had resulted in service, the badge of an expert
"W/'H, McCallister of North Chat- Timber Wanted-We will pay the the call. rifle man earned when he was in the a.II .

tftfoog; Tenn, came in on 85 WediBesnay highest market price, spot cash for Read our Classified, Advertisementin infantry besides his air man badges.
night. Mr. McCallister owns'Lan pine timber, for veneering purposes, this paper. It contains bargains.We Captain Lawson has just returned
) loin Park Garden and visits Kls- also have a fine building in a from France where he has seen six ill 'l1 .e9 asv. '
milesof
immee annually. He intends imwinghie loaded on car, any where in 25 Northern city renting for $750 cash months service in the aviation de- si
'Taft, Fla. Dixie Lumber & Veneer lie reached America Nov-
property later and mak- in advance per month; owner wants partment. i
r here. Co.. Orlando, Fla. 50-4t-pd. ,rood ranch property in Florida. ember 3rd, and has been in Washington '
.' Henry O. Partin has moved his Miss Anna Wilson of Winter Haven Building has $50,000 long time, low then on Langley Field. He is Do you want Santa ,Claus ' '
famijy. to the Canova ,cottage j inCapa arrived in the city Thursday even- rate encumbrances. Price $150,000. now under orders to report at Fort
: Breeze which he recently pur"cK&tedA Ing and will spend a few days visitingher Nelson Realty Company. Sill. who Okla.live Mrs in Birmingham Lawson and Ala.two to leave a Victrola at your house? I
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Mr. Partin has been living friend Miss Martha Bell Harris.
: : Baby Evelyn Piano her
par-
gave the his visit
accompanied Captain
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y I t1f'ort Christmas in Orange county Miss Wilson is the science accomplished in the ents, Mr. and Mrh. Harry Piano a here and will remain for some time. Come in and see the various styles of Victors, "
domestic
ySanJUmoves to Kissimmee to give his teacher of > great scare Friday, when she bit a "'
I 3thildnert" the advantage of our public Winter Haven public school piece out of a glass she was drinking Yesterday Past Chief Patriach H.[ and Victrolas. Tell us which you like best andwe'll ,'.
: "'I*. lChoolst, Lieutenant A. K. Johnson, who has from and it was thought swallowed Edmund Swabey of Seminole En- . '
the word old St. Nick..
J .,, ."America's (Answer" the ??-.__+ef< been spending a four day furloughwith pieces of the glass. Miss Evelyn is campment No. 13, I. O. O. F., of Or- pass along to good ; ;
flclal'war film will be featured at the his parents, Captain and Mrs. only 20 months old, and such diet is lando, expected to handle his shep- We'll arrange' all the details-even easy termsif
Casino Theater this afternoon and Clay Johnson, returned to New York not prescribed for infants of that age ards crook and lead the fpMowing
night.: Every man, woman ,and child Sunday. Lieutenant Johnson is serving so she was rushed to the hospital in herd of goats belonging to Kissim- desired: -and see that the instrument is delivered
'who has any patriotism whatever on the U. S. S. Western Seas. Orlando for treatment but no serious mee Subordinate Lodge No. 74, to I II whenever it.
visit he has made Orlando, viz: John L. Qverstreet, P. you want
This is first
;TVhouJd see this wonderful screen visJoiw the consequences resulted from the
.. ., Joe Jeffords, p. G., Jones, P. ? ,
Kissimmee in sixteen years. accident. I IG I Victrolas $15 to $300. Victors $10 to $100, t
Thos. Woodall, P. G., Albert Hul-
*Col. C. S. Crowell of Lewiston, Me., We have 120 acres good land for Berry Fripp Archer, who has beenin ing, P. G.. C. F Thrasher. In Or-
,Arrived ,in Kissimmee this week to sale, right at a station; fine bearing the S. A. T. C at the University of lando the goats were expected to take
spendthe winter in ,.%hll' city. Col- Orange grove, that paid more .than Florida at Gainesville was the guest the Encampment Initiatory degree
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onel Crowell is a veteran of the civil 20 per cent on price this year, and this week at the home of his uncle, and after they had been cleansed of R. DeWitt Brown 'i
w.r?H>d the city is glad to welcome will do much better later, as grove is W. J. Fripp and family- while en the ordeal of fire (if they survived :..
..., '*'man of this distinction as one of not matured yet; plenty room to ex route to his home in Key West. This said ordeal) .with fleeces as white as "
:her citizens it -be only tend and make a fine commercial PIANOS VICTROLAS'
,"evew though ,. is'vountr Archer's second year in snow, and a much higher conception ..
for the winter months. grove. Nelson Realty Company. Gainesville .s a University student of the obligations and privileges attending Emmett ,
"fMfss Vivian Briggs will leave Sat- A benefit entertainment for the preparing for a journalistic course In the higher degrees of Odd 205 St. :,
't 'trrday for Lakeland. to spend two starving babies of France will be given Columbia University, N. Y. In 1917 Fellowship. After their invitation '.
"weeks at .the Highlands Country at the Phillip Theater in Orlandoon he received a state scholarship from and banquet we have no doubt they .
Club nearo that::city. Miss Brigs' Thursday evening Dee. 26. Mr. the Kev West High school Duringhis would, on their return home, be fully t# ' '
an enthusiast*?* golfer and will Indulge Dennens festival chorus of one senior year in Key West he was ready to enter the land or Nod and Mr. 'and Mrs. J. :0. Miller from Mr: and Mrs. J. H. Ulmer, Jifrs. 'I,
in this rite pastime, as well hundred voices ,will be heard and city'' editor of the Key West Journal, would be able to sleep without rock- Claremont, N/ H.. arrived Sunday to Mary Moderwell and Mrs..Bos* Oohn ,
as entertain the visitors' and members Miss Granni'will give an exhibitionof on which sheet in'' early'' 'years he ing; but maybe they iwould experience spend some time in Kissimmee. They of Bucyrus, Ohio, are a genial tourist M-, .,1,0'
""ot the Club with her' J>eautif.11lWIDr inspirational dfDelnfL; also the served as cub reporter.' Mr.' Archer -a few,troubled dreams_(Con will occupy, apartments at 116 Mab- partpluatrtldomiciled ,at the .
r :-d yhil) there, .'.M L f "Little pots'! tn { ,leaU1 *. left Thursday, night\ for his home. tributed.) bette street, .home of Mr. Glover, on 1IIa1>>I)4I"_ St.; .

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',1 Export Trade *- TO INCREASE RELIEF WORK IN 'PALESTINE I SEED POTATOESFor


Spring planting: December and January delivery;

Latin America I Red Cross Commissioner Reports Starvation and Highest quality MAUVE: grown.

... I II Write for Prices, ririiif quantity desired. We handle

if What Sells Here Sells There Suffering in Holy Land. Spauldmf! No.- 4 ROM, Irish Cobbler, Early Red Bliss Triumph

-' New Crop Turnip, Cabbage, Oniom Seed and Set*.-

Manufacturer wishing to market \their product in Latin America and We all the leading and standard varieties of Seed that have been
American Red Cross Intends Armenians in about Damascus and carry
will be benefitted by communicating with our Export. Bureau. THE administer relief work on afar more than three thousand In the Ilau- tested and known to be best adapted to our oil and climate. .

We can sell goods through our greater scale In Palestine ran district, the cable asserts Largest Crop Seed Oat., Seed Rye Seed Wheat, Rape, Vetch, Barley,
your < Dr. the American lied
Flnley says Peas Beans Etc.
English
,
than heretofore in order tbat thousands

Native Sales Representatives of men, women and children In Crdus thing' possible workers to have'relieve been this doing distress every', Our Descriptive Catalogue FREE on Request

hundred Latin American that part of the world may be rescued but adds that greatly; Increased help BLUE. RIBBON, LAYING MASH MAKES YOUR HENS LAY,
two
and trade connection Publicity-in from their present'sufferlng. Dr. John roust come at once. lie requires two ITALIAN RYE FOR LAWNS.

"tl Newspapers and two hundred Salon (Motion 'Picture Theatre) It Finley, Red Cross CommlaHloner to addltl nl\l- hospital' units Immediately. ,
t Palestine and former Commissioner of General Allenby has cabled the British
I" in South and Central America, will carry the itory of your product Education for the State'of New York, \Vur office to approve this plan

the'Merchants Business Men Buyers and Consumers has cabled that this additional work is Dr. Kitley journeyed on foot from a
1 t i !* straight to Immediately! necessary., Ueer hebato Pan In,the wake of the. '

in these South American Countries. At least one-third of the populationof advancing British forces, and at the
II Lebanon has died of starvation and time of sending the cable bad just com
Co-operative Catalogues disease,, due to lack ot 'nourishment. pleted a tour of the Palestine and"lower -
Many villages are virtually depopulated Syria passing through Nazareth.-
i ,We are assembling our 1919 catalogue printed in 'the language and thousands of people area Tiberius, Tyre Bldon, Haifa and Del- OLDEST TtIN S
it: need, owing to 'epidemics, lack of employment rut, reaching the latter place two days .,
w ,of \the South and'CentralAmeracan, Republics. and the prohibitive prices of after Its occupation by the British roa ESTABUS1IW' SEE 7DUTNLRN,
WRITE CATALOG .
5 '
food. forces \\1'
., If interested, write,'wire'or call Families formerly In the best of circumstances "America should be the first to helpin WEEKLY PRICE UST, MOUSE IN FLORIDA
have been reduced todes the rehabilitation of the Holy Land
titution. Every one Is clamoring for which. Ureat Britain and our Allies .
.' 'an opportunity rehabilitate himself. have redeemed" dech'"t'l Dr. Flnley.
l' Efffrl Di .I." Owing to' a lack of physicians the con "The. first medium of help should be,
ALLIED AMERICAN,ASSOCIATION dltlons In many hospitals are deplora the American Red Cross, which makes

ASHLAND BLOCK CHICAGO, U.) S. A.I ble. More than ten thousand sick civilians no distinction! as to race, creed or col
have been cared fr-r by the American " or. Under the trusteeship of those who
Red Cross during a single month, recovered this sacred land, which is
and Red Cross automobiles are transporting the cradle of three treat religions, the
hundreds of 111 and wounded civilised world Is now given the opportunity
NOTES FROM THE STATEMARKETING prisoners, to botlpltale every dlty. There! of Illustrating Its highest Ideals I .

i 1' BUREAU are at least ten thousand refugee for humanity. :: : .


; .
-- THE HOLY LAND
Wherever there are fur-bearing and certainly worth while in the matter

N animals suchas the otter, raccoon, of bringing a little revenue. Its 1r4
ClpcNllUm and the like1.' Florida boys found in these days that many
r 'can make money trapping them and things formerly considered waste will
tiling their hides for which there is material can be worked into' profit.
Write the State Marketing Bureau,
an increasing demand. I to make
to
Jacksonville, for the names of relia.
;Ji frank talk ;adjust a misunderstanding ble fur dealers. ..
between neighbors is less
costly than a lawsuit. Quick and easy communications between i
the markets and the' farmers ,

The country road Si the first link depends upon good roads.

in the chain of transportation that
kinds the farm with great markets. The annual fire loss of the United "Citrus Culture," an attractively illustrated
The better the road the less expense States is estimated well lip to a half booklet, in which the experience of successful'

: ;>o the farmer and more comfort. billion preventable.dollars, of The which winter 75 per is centis the growers' is laid before you, is full of interesting

time when there is most loss in l rM facts 'and suggestions. .
Rats, mice and insects destroy ,
hundreds of millions of dollars worth homes., Ir Even one helpful, hint may mean hundreds
----
w Build them out, et dollars "Citrus Culture" is full of
of crops every year. Every Florida farmer should writeto to you--
creen them out, fight them, kill the U. S. Department of Agriculture them. 'Though worth paying for, the book ,will

them., _ Washington D. C., and have be mailed free while the edition lasts.
K his name placed on the mailing list
i To prevent fires! 'Clean up rubbish, so he will get a monthly report of "CitniH. Culture"contains useful facts fromr.
keep greasy rags away from danger publications, from which he can make g 1 liable sources. Head It and draw your own conclu-
t' .of becoming ignited by heat, and becareful free selections. sions. Experienced growers' have found the
with matches 'and smolderingfires. .
Bureau book of value.
Marketing at Jacksonvillecan

help Florida farmers and shippers Send today for your copy. A postal card
winter is the tree planting who not have local marketsfor
The may r will do : write!
and address
I or simply name
your
& time. By proper selection and care surplus farm crops or Jive stock,
it is possible for every Florida farmer in touch with reliable dealers'. It can on the margin of this ad and mail it to us.

to have fruit all the year round. give: the financial standing of produce
c Patronize Florida :nurseries dealers in any city or town-'of the
United States. Bradley Fertilizer ,Works ,
Representatives of the French gov- V Tb Amrlctn Agricultural Chemlral. Company I
ernment have been studying1'' the, A corn. club boy In Alabama has F. G. Bradley, Local Msruger '

_ methods and success of the American Just Mulshed making 100 brooms from I p. 920 Hunt aid II, JacUoarilk, Fl.. .1
boys' and girls' clubs and will introduce corn he "grew, and has sold them for 9 -,
them among the youth of $1 each. He )is an example for some 'iI "" "" i" .. ,
f' their country. .. ," Florida boy '> ;' ; ,' <,?,.,.];;;', ;< ,;THE GRAND MUFTI, HEAD OF THE MOHAMMEDAN CHURCH .(A ,, .,:I"{"., f.I\/r./"",\, "'!, '.'" '"1)i) ,1 :t.j!-,.",
,,1 '1// ;\ :'''1IJ iJt .I 1 ,,. WHITE TURBAN), ARRIVES AT AMERICAN RED CROSS 'HEAD'QUARTERSTO .1
'. ; ; LibertyBondaarereported "', Hb,, v"".....''''.. , "",af." .......,-... ,
,.Borne of the fur ,houses'specializein ,VA! ;j,gTeat .many +TAKE PART IN THE FORMAL INAUGURATION OF \
green salted and dry cattle hides, lost or' stolen., florae hides, rated at from $5 to $7 parties should write to L. W. Gam. o ooooooo o o o t.oo o
..beep and goat hides, feathers ..androots. mon manager Protective Department ; . . . . .;. .. . +
all of which are found on Florida American Bankers Association, CANTEEN AT FRONT FOR

.. farms, and worth more or less. 5 Nassau street, New York City THE RED CROSS ROLL CALL. Seed Potatoes I

+ f f
ROLL OF' HONOR FOR THE When "the greatest mother in AMERICAN "BIRD MEN"American ,
the world" calls the roll the '
11
week of December 16-23 the .
MONTH ENDING DEC. 6th flying men in France are
hope of the American Red Cross *
to receive..special attention fromthe Choice Maine and Western Stock.
r. Is that the answer for the entire .
-- American Red Cross,as the result of a
American will be "All .
people
:
1 i0 The following pupils of the' Kissimaimmee -. Fourth Grade A. accounted request for such service that has been
public schools have not been Ethel Joiner, Julian Graham, En present or for. received from General Patrick, Chief No. 4'
It will be the occasion for Spauldittg Rose
'
absent or tardy during the month och Herzberg, Alexander Akerman, and 'of the Air Service. Because of the
Dee 6 1918 and have made Harold 22,000,000 adults 8,000,000 + -
r ending : necessity of keeping aviators overseas
Rantz.Fifth
children to renew their membership .
an' of cent or more Grade B.
average nlnetf.per I In the best mental andphysical
ID their studies, with not less thaneightyfive I Catherine Denning Helen 'Chapman and for all others to join. + condition very for their hazardous Red Bliss Triumph
t In''any subject and not I Lucile Rantz, McClure Lupfer, One happy slogan of the roll call work officials of the aviation branch of ,
,,' lea. than ninety-five in ..deportment: Portia Nettles, Julia Ledbetter, Chris announces that "alt ;you need is the service have long felt they should -!; = "
: First Grade C. tine May, Minn e" Hudson, Tina a heart and a dollar" -
t}r Joseph Je1'ordlL William Prather, Schilder. Why; does the Red Cross at + have more comforts and opportunities r Irish, Cobblers
Harry Bert Dale Russell Swain, Hazel Fifth Grade A. Christmas conduct a membership for relaxation than .are provided by
'< :J Miller,, Hermone Miller Don-is Elenore Burrows, Geneva- Miller. campaign Because It unites the ordinary canteen.In .
Keen, Lola Peaks, Atya Ruth Over- Sixth Grade B. compliance with the request the
the people in an Intimate way Order your seed and fertilizer early.
Red Cross is ,
establishing special com-
etreet.: Rebekah Miller.
with the organization they have .
First Grade B. Sixth Grade A. supported so magnificently. la bination mesa and recreation canteens Write us for prices and particulars.
Raymond Dayson. Oswald Falls, None. at all points In France where our aviators
.
other countries one of the most
Nolan Bratton,.Oliver Carson. Seventh Grade B.'i''' either students or officers, are ,
First Grade A. Janet Graves, Elizabeth Moseley. impressive things] about the. stationed. Extra comforts and attention I WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.
American Red Cross is the Mae .
Bessie Johnson, Florence McCor- Seventh Grade A. will be provided for' our "bird
quendale, Carl' Clark, Hampton Mary Kritz, Mae Winn Katherine of its membership, attesting men" at these canteens.. Thy will be Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizers
truly popular approval. *
J rown. Miller. presided over by American women of Jacksonville, Flsu
Second Grade B. Eighth Grade B. This Christmas when our. Intelligence and cheerful personality,
Dorris Goodman, "Evelyn Welch, Arthur Simpson. country is.out of the deep waters: .
whose chief duty will be to create aa
,, Lannie'Woodall Howard Falls, Marshall Eighth Grade A. of the war, every dollar paid for much home atmosphere aa possible in .0oooooooooo.o.o.OOOOOOOOOOO, OtOOtO'ooooooooooooooo..
Miller. F. Ledbetter.. Emery Brown. an annual membership in the the circumstances.The . i .
Second Grade A. High School. Red Cross will be a direct .
Maynard Paulk Paul Yowell, Al- First year. Helen Ames, Ruby OlIver Christmas gift to our land, airand American Red Cross la to have I IIIOle'
.
mon Page, Ruth Joiner,Clifford Chapman Dorothy Miller. sea forces and to those who charge of these aviation canteens. Thriving Farmers
:AI. Rogero, Louise McLean, Second year.' None. have felt the sting of war In a .
Helen Rogers Cecil Quinna. Third Year. Ruth Campbell, Edith way that we In' this coulltl'7. ASK THE SOLDIERS.That =
Third Grade B. Miller. Percle Oliver. I C' have not experienced. The rninIstratlons '. are those who bought their

w' Stanley Geneva Bowen ,
+ Chapman, be a. good a substitute for rlnes are deeply appreciative of the '
l I' Josephine 'Griffin.ThlydGrade. have plenty of such on our
IN EGGS. Christmas at home aa can be canteen service of the American Bed

Will n Fairbanks: Franklin A. Edwards, Eggs are not bankable but the furnished under the clrcum- Cross la given ample evidence many books today, in most design

.Charles' Tyson, Alice Barber, Wilhel- money from their sale is. This mon stances. times every day. The keynote of their A '' ble localities and the lands --
The women of America, seeIng appreciation Is perhaps best expressedon *
mina Carson, Evelyn Poulk, Eugenia ey is yours for the effort. How do are fertile and rich. Start
Oliver, Geneva Roberson. In the Red Cross an exten- the post cards which they send to a I
: treat the hen that the Golden j
Fourth Grade B. you lays slon upon a universal scale of the "folks back home" when en routeto ;' farm and get rich yourself.
Louise May.',.Alvin McCranie, Ed. Eggs? B. A. Thomas' Poultry Remedy the mothering Instinct, will be points of embarkation. From a 'Is The richest class in the coun-
fwin Barnes. will keep the poultry In good condition quick to|answer Here",to the dozen picked up at random the following I : try today are the farmers .
and increase the yield in eggs. .' roll call,' because service and sentiments were taken and "speak i
_ take them
as a whole. We
We guarantee this and refund your sacrifice are womanly qualities for themselves":
Patriot's PJei4yBaylessServeless money If not satisfied.-Waters and they are Red Cross quall- "Red Cross are sure treating' its \ can sell you a big or little
farm at reasonable
ties: great en route. ; a price,
& (Carson -Grocery Co.OOOtOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. l
President Wilson, aa president "Bed Gross are sure making It happy, or a splendid orange grove.
of the American Red Cross, for "*."
says! "I summon yon to the. "Support Red Cross In everything. BREAKER REALTY COMPANY
+ 0 comradeship 1" Tor God's sake never say 'No' to
EafOlW:3: meals ad.., To Insure publication all comO the Red Cross. They're wonderful.1' KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA

; 'WsSte'u municatlons and notices of meetIngs .. . .. . . . . .. "Long live the Red Cross."
most reach this office before' "The Red Cross are angels to tis the
\bur tt illcheellfii' + noon Thursdays. O "
Quests way they treat us. I' ,
: ., If' Dew Not Arfsct till.Ileac.. .. '
"I think the people of America "Canteen .service 100 per cent. In IbsOuMM flat }or ,a Sour Stomach.
toare ei le fere&e .
gq> ..00000000000000000000.0000Pile. could only nee and realize what the Toledo fifteen carloads of .well 11ft.;'Mel Its tonic and leeti.e.eeet.LAXATJ '
us
f ; VB BROMO QUIMINK 4.Ixttcr Uua ordiMir Eat sparingly of
; particularly
boy. are doing out here. said a' Captain taken care-of" Qvlaln. aDd do** not CMM MTVOTMM.I mor

J t r Proud;to be Cared la 6 to 14 Days after Chateau-Thierry, "they ned Cross serving coffee. Oh. they look JtasinB to to th.....a.s.igMtuT Kcm.mbr ol S.th.W.loll QB.OVB.a.m.JOc.nd meats, masticate' your food thoroughly :
6. DmfslMs rehad mow* If PAZO OINTMENT f.Bjto would gladly back them up with their'tutoUua do so much for us I" and take one I of 'Chambeatain"s
,lN ,s < ,saver / oar*Itefclni.Band. BkMdlnl or Pratradln ru ., I and their lives If B ec.ar )JDo all you can foe Red Cross-they A want .ad..in,the, Valley .Gazette >
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?itf: LBSZMME8.VALLE'T ,CA=ETT ..FRTOAT. DECEMBER 20,, i'l' .,. ,


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:r. . . . e Law. of the State of Oeorfla; BANK" '< .. . . ..".... . . . .. .. . . . .. .. ... ....., ...'. II ..... .
CHILDREN'S' TOYS COUGHS AND COiJSQDlttLY I.,.. .(MOL.ENA a corporation under the '"
Of .,Law. of the Stat of Ooorsrlai; BANK
Courseall OF .,,PECATUR, a corporation under ,
the Law. ef the State of a.or.lalr. : D. G. WAGNER
should be MAOEINGEItMANYReprint ULEfED :: OF* PLAINVILLB. a ,
eyeglass faslpfol under the Law of the ; :frt '

...... Oeorg-la.a- corporation-under and WHITE! the COUNTY....w. BANK of the '' .,

but are they? ( Section by of request Popular-from Mechanic the Editorial..a..".. I "'an-'rl:1"N': ; "" was Dfitcoia.President'wti State TO of GEORGIA Georgia.Defendants.; FARM, LOAN COM-,, fReaf: Estate( and Insurance Agency.

sine; December Issue, 111.) I
Get a bottle today PANT a corporation organized and ,
existing under the. Lawa of the Stat : Citizens Bank Building. Telephone No. 30.ruiiimmee .
New York Oct. 23. Several thousand of Oeorirla" : rl

f cues of German made toys arrived ttc did ft for your lI'adc. for y WRENS Law.of BANK the, State a corporation of Oeortrlai underthe : Fla.

here today.-Associated Press. father For b.fty yeU-i this well-benne FARMERS STATE BANK a oorporporatlon REPRESENTING '
Toys! For whom, For the Innocents couch: and cold remedy has kept anevatgrowiag under the Laws of the State /
J carried down when, the 'Lusi- .army of Irieade, young of BANK; la OP: ROOPVILLE 'a corporation : E. A. Strout Farm Agency; maintaining big general office in New , ,

tania" sank For those tear-eyed sad old. under the Law. of the Stat ofO..orlfla' : York. Philadelphia Boston Chicago, and other .cite. for the convenience -

No, Indeed. Unless 'the lasses Belgian children who stretch forth For half a century druggist evecvwhere -4 BANK: Of MOLEN A. a oorpornVlonunder of home seeker If wish sell write at '
are accurately fitted and are of little arms from which the hands haw sold it., Put.a bottle In the Law ot the State of Oeor- :; you to me once
were truck off by the swords of German your medicine cabinet.: You may need gla' : ?' you pay no fee of any kind unless we sell you, property. No char. :
the exact atrength In sphere or officers T For those French boys it ia hurry. Sold by druggists.everywhere. BANK OF DECATUR a corporation .. '
.... tinder the Law of the Stat of Georgia ge for lilting withdrawing or advertising,
cylinder or sphero-tyllnder as and irirls with pitiful sightless eyes? ) j
needed to correct the defect, they For those whose little bodies rests in I BANK OF PLAINVILLE.!:. a corpora- I We also represent the New York Life Insurance Company( !
.Bowels Acting Properly tion under the Law. ot the' State of ; '
the church yards of Italy, that diedIn + I
far from
will bo helpful-they will Georgia' : and the Ocean Accident and Health Inlurallce./ ,
'
pain from ..poisoned Hun to, for constipation
candy ought
They WHITE COUNTY BANK. a corporation ;
hurtful.
be To the
absolutely get For those other children slowly starved snakes the body retain waste nutters under the Law ot the State of 0004000000.OOO..O..ooo.. .. .o..o..oo. . . 1 1r
RIGHT (lasses., you must (0 toan to death in Poland or massacredin and impurities that undermine the Oeorirla. .
havoc with the entire You are hereby required to appearto .
OculUst of proved ability.That'a Armenia health and play the. bill of complaint filed herein
Toys! Toys made by Huns to system. Dr. King's New Life Pills are against" you In thoLbov.. entitled t,
Us. whom innocence and childhood are reliable and mud la action Alt cause on or before .the llth, day of. k
DR. E. S. HOFFMAN* but to be with and then druggists. January A. D. 1819
toys played The gissmmee Valley 'Oaiette I I.
Oculist and Optician crushed and broken .'Toys whose ,.. hereby designated as the newspaper In '

28 W. Church St. Orlando, Fla. very contact contaminates and leaves the acre in Florida. 'Importations'( whIch'a this week Order'' for shall four be consecutive' publishedonce Osceola Hardware' Co. 1

upon the touch of babyhood invisible of fish largely increased' and no .weekflWITNESS, ,
clots of blood' As well bring' deadly has seacoast and my hand and the Seal of
Sv. B. Crawford Lee Jarrol serpent into the home to its country a larger told Court at Klsslmmer, Osceola )>
stall more inland waters possible of supplying County Florida, this 10th day ot December -
CRAWFORD & JARRELL venom 01'1. the cradle. Why we vast quantities of fish. A, D. lP18. ' :
:
Located Kissltnmee'sBUSIEST'
befoul and stain! our purity of American half million (SEAL) J. L. OVERSTREET. on ,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Where we inported a ,
Clerk of the Circuit Court, Osceola
reminder of
childhood with
Offices 4. 6. 6, and 7 CitizensBand the: fiendish\ treatment' the a Huns have bushels 4,000,000 of bushels beans in this 1914 year we, while took ,I- Dy.County 8 H., Florida BITLLOCK.' D. C. CORNER, .. t' I.

BuildinjrKisslmmee gloried in ever since that fateful Au- honey swelled the imports from $40- LANDI8. FISH A HULL,
Florida gust of 1914 ? Can one ever look 000 worth to more than $1,000,000 Solicitors for Complainant. U.seIIIA"TKR'S

upon a Noah's Ark "Made in Germ.ny" worth over five years ago. That honey ALK. We were all expecting the saddest Christmas of 'our lives the
DR. W. W. CARSON and put from his mind those can be produced in Florida is well Notice !I. hereby ",Iv..n. that under
hundreds of helpless innocents whose known. The State Marketing Bureau and by virtue of a Final Decree In the government was urging everybody to save in every possible way' and

Office DENTIST silken locks are twined with sea-doll has just found prompt sale for 600 cue and Daisy of M. Bryan C. Bryan, his v wife*. Harry, defendant; Bryan, cut out all Christmas giving,. but now comes VICTORY and the lid
over Pillsy Building weed? Can one hold a German from in Orange In the Circuit Court of the '
OCTIo Hour.: -11. 1-4O I in her arms and forget the thousands pounds and not an long apiary ago found markets Seventh pending Judicial' Circuit of the Stateof is off. Co to it. let joy be unconfined I And rilht''here let us
*>_ 'PhOD Itt R..Id.no.'Ph... II made county, Florida In and for Oaceola County,
dead from famine who once
Oaa A4ialaUtrsd for Bctrastlea ef I for two cars of honey from West In Chancery the underlined a. Special urge you to let the Osceola Hardware Store assist you in the choosing
.' glad a mother's arm? Can a boy and the fish
1'\la The bee will sell
Florida points. Muter In Chancery at
I in the contortions of a of gifts. We have SO MANY things that fitting. \
find'delight board themselves, and both as sources publlo outcry for cash In hand to the your are
mechanical Hun clown and forget of income could be largely increased highest" bldderk"t .the front door of the t, 1 :'
ofO
LEWIS O'BRTAN Court ** County -
who writhedIn '
those brave young men and valuable foods by home ceola. State of Florida, during the legal .
agony when crucified on castle production, be able to cut off the cost hour ot ale, on Monday, the tth day '
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW walls by these same Huns Can a of transportation from distant lands of January A. D. 191*. the following de.scribed PYREX is oven ware made of glass so annealed.as to land the ';
tract of land situated In the
Waring Building. ball colored with the red of Huns fall The U. S. Import records enumerate at Oiceola. State of Florida
County heat( of the hottest oven without breaking Pies, cakes, puddings
to suggest the flame from bursting different kinds of foodStuffs to-wit: Lot Three (I) of Block ThreeI ,t
grenades hurled by arms uplifted in ,many even reindeer and whale meat,,, ( ) of RoblnaOn'. Addition to Kllmmee. custards and all other goodies, can be put upon the table smoking hot
rat Jehaatoa 0. P. OarreM( "kamrad?" a* shown by plat recorded among
attitude of
the but the items ,quoted are impressive the record of Oaceola County Florida, in the same beautiful transparent dish that they were cooked in. We
JOHNSTON ft: GARRETTATTOKNEYATLAW: Let those who would invite fearsome showing how America in giving together with the tenement, htredltamenta -
ghosts into the home to hover as freely of its home grown foods has afd appurtenance have just received a big lot of this ware and sale have already begun , J

Offleaa 10. 11 and 12 Citlsens Baal. round the Christmas would tree and hang buy the turned to remote land. for subs11-' Dated December tnd.Z. BASS Itll. to roll up. Better make your Christmas reservation now. t','
If
one
German toys. .
Mites In quantities 'that are surpris'I Special Master In Chancery. W
Building and bid the ..
boughs with evil omens KRIBBS AKERMAN A'
.
Klsalmn. Fla. wail of agonized spirits float through ing. Solicitor for Complainant. 51-5t. .- I,

..aa vhe flame branches of candles and let fan him the buy flickering German Food Will Win the World. fII NOTICE TO ,CREDITORS Mill does your sweetheart's face sometimes feel .. ',r"

loys. Let those who can. make mer- I.> Cart .f tae Commtr Judge too scratchy to suit you> Make him a present of a tafety razor!I.' v'He
with the product of those very America earned the gratitude of allied C...,,., State .f Fl.......
hands y which even at this moment areagerly nations during war by sharing !. He ,!:...te .(.:.Vt. lllla. T. ......*eau. 11'take, the hint and the next time his face will feel a* "smooth asvelvet i ,;

WOH} FORMER filling shells with poison gas- food. America under peace may win Toll Creditor' -, -Legatee, DUtrlbu. Fact! We handle five kinds of Safety Razors and they are

9 and deadly flames and hurlingthem the world's good wLl by saving to tee and all Peraon having Claim or the leaders in this line. .
against our own flesh and blood. share Demands against laid Estate: I _
And what of the merchant who for I I You .and each of you. are hereby no. "
tined And required to present any
SELLSFire. sordid gain would barter these souvenirs claim-sad 'd.n.and.whl h you, or
of a loathsome nation and insult I either of you have against the
the loyalty of lisping' lips What estate of ra.a-1.: Maklnion. deceased To make the boy and girl happy we carry a line of Wagons' .4
Accident and of Oaceola County, Florida, to
late
Life Hun
Quid more delight the cunning Kiddie Car and 0 haven't
: the underpinned administrator. of laid Tricycle. pshaw, we got space to eneu-
I what quickly bring the sneering from the date
more estate within.two year
Health: Plate Glass, Lia- mile to cruel faces or gladden heart II hereof. merate all we have, so come to the store and let us talk to you. about '
Dated December Tth, A. D. ItlS.W .
him to
less hearts, or encourage hope B. MAKINSON. them. .
bility and Boiler Insurance. that even now we, tolerate his brutalty I KZ-St. Administrator.
; and welcomes what he wants to a,. ..
Legal Bonds Executed tell? If now when as a nation we 1 ,NOTICE' TO CREDITORS

.. are in universal condemnation of 1I I la C..rt .f Ike C...t,. J"..., Oeeeela w
In the meantime Christmas
wish.you'a
Needed. Hunism, yet ''do we hold out our 1I ......t,., 8tate> ml ..I....... we. merry .
Same.O.y hands to accept his works what will !. re Estate *f C. 1... ,/.tt.

he think and with what measure I To all Creditors, Legatee, Distributees w
shall he estimate the sincerity of,,our and all Persons having Claim
'OFFICE: i-State Bank Bolldiig expressions of repugnance and horrorat or Demands against said Estate: .
j
what he has done since the sun '"notified You and and each required of you to, present are hereby any Osceola Hardware), Co.

rose this morning What mitigationsan claim which you, or either of you,
we claim In the thought that America I'I I may have against the estate of C. L, ,
not yet overseas when ]Hyatt deceased, late of Osceola Coun.
'J. W.THOMPSONFuneral was fashioned Even +++++++++ ,l + + +++++++ 1 ty. Florida,. to the undersigned admin.
these trinkets were Istrator of said estate, within two
while the gaudy paint was' ytft fresh + .4. !years from the date hereof

DirectorAND upon those trinkets were Belgian + DEMOCRACY' VS.AUTOCRACY.:++ 'I' Dated, November W,XSth.B. CRAWFORD.A. I). 111. Everybody Who Is Anybody Advertises Their "Waits" b ti. GuttU

girls being dragged into slavery + 51 1 -st Administrator 1I
worse than death. + Then ta no royal road to +
We do not lack for toys; toys by + food conservation.' We can only + I I IN CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT FOR THE OF
'SEVENTH JUDICIAL
trainloads made in American factories + accomplish this by the voluntaryaction + :THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND s

by hands which are clean; toys + of our whole people, each +.I FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. IN CHAN

[LICENSED EMBALMER also by carloads made by our ally in + element In proportion to Its + CERT vi O. C.-S.MAIN.8 SNYDER.QEOROE Complainant.MAIN, SOUTHERN .
and
Japan where childhood is sacred + needs. It.. a matter of equality + COOPERATIVE HOME PURCHASING -
love, not hate, is taught at mother'ssbreasts. 4 COMPANY, a private corporation
Store and Chapel. Stewart ATS. Even were there none far' 4of burden. of Jefferson County, Ala;
4The truth of this statement + MRS. HANNAH K. MORGAN widow;
.=KJsslmm. Fla. better our boys and girls should .go Food + I K. MOROAN. widow WIL
United States
+ made by the
without than find pleasure in the } kJ: WATSON NAT POTNTZ. '
} handiwork of a nation which made a + Administrator soon after we en- + and all person claiming Interest In I 1
.w public holiday to celebrate the loss + tared the war, has been borne + the land In the Bill of Complaint In \ '
of the
M. TILLER of the "Lusitania," and which in these 4* out by the history of our er- + this above case named described r..pond..nt.I under any any ef 4 j

latter days is steeped in the "glory"of + ports Autocratic: food control + I the Bam be deceased, or otherwiseclaiming

1 Real l state Agency.Mee.N.ae..Na.NN.NeaaW J monstrosities. Could our little ones + In the lands of our enemies has + *. ORDER Interest OF therein.PUBLICATION.To Respondent .
.
who sacrifice many a childish pleasure + broken down while democratic + all person claiming Interest In the ; .t.tA
to buy war stamps and contribute + food sharing has maintained the + land below described under O. C. 1iiIf ,

> Realty bought and sokL oennles to the Red Cross and our + health and strength of this conn- + I Main.Home George Purchasing!Main Southern Company.Cooperative a ;

little mothers who knit so patientlywith + corporation of Jefferson CounI .
House rented + try and of the Allies. private '
hold the Hannah K. Morgan, widow : \uIitII5p'l -::
; hands that can barely I ty. Ala.; Mr .
I I Taxes paid and Titles verified ? needles would of these knowingly + + t tY ;. H. K. Morgan,atltJt) William '.+
one ++++++++ + + + + +t + +++ loW: Watson, or *. If IJ" s.
; ; for non-resident find any pleasure ,in any toy "Madein I any of the same be deceased or otherwise l
Fire Lift and Accident IBsurance. $ Germany?. claiming Interest therein. You r-- .r its. .
| ; Prove yourself that you did not are hereby commanded to appear In r 1

<' Learned the Real Value of Chamber.lain' overestimate your earning capacity j I the entitled above cause entitled on the Court sth In day the of above January SAM'S'MAILS safe and sure, and our splendid '

Indemnity. Bonds. Remedy. desire to keep word A. D. 1MB. The land In questionare are
Cough or your your ;: The South half of the Southeast UNCLE

eeeMeee ) e *)eeaeeeet e+e "First we' learned of the true value when you signed your war savings quarter the South of half the Southwest of Lot I of quarter Section; and(, for giving prompt attention to mailed deposit are

of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy several I pledge. Lot 1 and the Northeast quarter of the effort
I Northwest quarter of Section 8: all In the result of a carefully studied to satisfactorily serve a large
years ago when we lived near Subscribe for the Valley Gazette. South Range St East of "
Clifton Hill this State" writes Mrs. the Oaceola Ta.lfaba.County._ M.rldlan.Florida. located WITNESSthe In and constantly growing list of out-of-town depositor '

James Malone Moberly, Mo.fiAt Honorable James W. Perkins,

City Market that time I had a severe cold and.'an LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS, Judge name a.of Clerk the above thereof Court and,the and Seal my of WHEN YOU CAN'T COME TO TOWN ri

annoying cOugh I I'Ot' bottle of aid Court at Kllmmee Florida on le
this the 2nd day ot October A. D.
Chamberlain's'XJough Remedy, and after IN CIRCUIT COUBT. ,SEVENTH JUDICIAL 1818. MAILS
USE THE
C1HCIMT. IN AND FOR O9CEOLiA 1 'J. L. OVE'RSTREET.
I taking few: doses of it my cough COUNTY! PL.OKIDA. A* Clerk of the Above Court.

loosened up and my lungs felt better.. IN CHANCBHY.0HDER (Circuit Court Seal.) ,41-llt. ","

I used one bottle of it and by then my FOR CONSTRUCTIVE, 8EHVICM. NOTICE! OF ADMINISTRATOR If yea trig drop... a fine we will gladly teD yea 3'i,)\,' ,

. Phone 44 cold .had entirely disappeared. (For Flea D..........) mere about it, sad iacideatally a few good rea- ':t j1 "i

ED VARD w. BOWEN, Complainant, .."
I. Curt ef C*..ty Jmtme, State ef .. '"
OUR FOREIGN EXPORTS. EMORY: L. LESLVEY: and JENNIE K. .......... SOBS why yea skoald ate lib Baak. ;tM
LKSUEr, Mm wife, and WALTER C.
Our exportation of foodstuffs to BASS: BR., :. BASS' I. ... Estate .f .1...e W.. Preatl..
Europe: for _the fiscal |year. ending his wife, (:GJn.t :ugl"Tc COMPANY <>_i. CBity.
-- --- to more man a n and Notice I* hereby given, to all whom
-
June 30, 1918, amounted .p .utwr
exUtlngunder; : of thelStateof It may concern that on the 10th day.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH10:00Sunday eleven million tons and the food administration Florida; GEORGIA FARM LOAM of A lilli, I shall apply to STATE BANK OF ]
Honorable
says the next year it COMPANY\ a corporation organized the T. M. Murphy, Judge of
School. will have to be double that to afford and exlstlnsr under the Law of the aid Court, a* Judge of Probate, for of
State of Georgia; WRENS!: BANK a final discharge a. Administratrix
11:00.-Sermon. relief to the desolated nation. corporation under the Lawa of the the estate of James W. Prentl. deceased .
In the. mean time we are importing: State of Georgia; FARMERS STATE ( : and that at the same time I
::15-Y.P. S. C. E. foodstuffs ourselves. Take rice for BANK, a corporation under the Law. will present to said court my final account
of State of BANKOH* as Administratrix of sale Agitate
the Georgia: K1SSIHHEE ,
7:00-Sermon.
example mainly from Japan, across ROOPVILLE, a corporation under the. and ask for their approval. NrdS
6.000 miles of water and over 3,000 Dated SePt.m' rn\l'J-pN. 18S.
Prayer meeting teach Wednesday miles of rail to reach Florida. Rice A Tonic e ,. : Adlmnlatratlx. .

evening*' at. 730. L. A. ,S. each Tbun- will grow in every county of Florida that wtn raw** the Ml from the liver and o-a-m-f-t-rao. ,
: -, rndv provide forage for'livestock and cteMM SrMem 1HO&OVGW.Ywithout griping NOTICE! OP ADMINISTRATOR RESOURCES 1750,000.00 Capital $100,000.00
day.Junior C. Ek each Friday at 9:00a. food: for the table. In 1914 we bought at dlKarbiol Ute Mmuob Is trig- a fttftat La>- FINAL DISCHARGE
of rice from 'Ja* In Court of County Judge State of
270 mUllolpo'Utlda'
m. sthre.LAX.FO5 Florida Oaceola County.-In r* Estate -
I
'WITH PEPSIN
pan. and in 1917 we took 456 million of D. C. L... Officers and Director: '
:Young ,Ladies' Circle meets each pounds; while importations of crabmeat Is the asms of a Reliable '1 and Perfect Ussthwvhlcfe Notice la hereby given to all whom It :
second Sunday from more than doubled, woe nUeves stein Heartache. INnl aMo.tosljutlna may concern that on the 4th day of C. A. CARSON. President M. KATZ and E. L. LESt.EY''V. '.
.. Japan .ttrmiarli TrimHi, Goo I aod PIIoo..... ,February A. D. lilt. I haU apply to '"
.
''Ie. ,W. ,B.. meets 'the first Friday and"dried'UcS-troUD..ent'' : in by a Torpid Lkn*aad Coaetlparimu AlwarsueaBeiubletaxaave .the Honorable T. M. Murphy, Judge of 3. V. JEFFORDS/dasUer, t
In. each month.' seven fold quantities ,'compared with la the.reauaeat. .efCoUs,3rip I'aid Court, aa Judge of Probate for my M.'KATZ. :. ,
.
the before the war. In 1917, we aD4 -' I Anal discharge aa Administratrix of the N. B. CARSON,
Church Board 'meets,, first'.. Sunday imported year 837 million pounds.* of' soybean .LAX..fOS. WI1'H pf1151lf eytlqaU TJUwcfre" (I at estate the of same D. time C. Lee I,will deceased present and to that said .1., C, A. CARSON:' / H.,'LEMINO. T'#y' I d b s*'
lt .. ,
Afternoon e9lehfDionth.You ;;. oil. ''of \ > a oa/be ,
purchase tapioca Admlnlstra-
Our sefsmrilm.a.d Court my final account a* "
are '.' ordl U7' Invited'' to our from Latin American republic. Africa t:-t-" /car Cb'n u 1ates4.InuRlwest *tell ot .aJd'estate aad ask for their. ap. BRYAN. &, L,' LESLEY.,.ff
" 'and Ue' Orient; increased fire .. C laG. ." I proval. D.'tl18. N'r' 1. WADE ',.TUCKER, Directors .
'.dices. ,, .. .=1:5 : Dated July nth.A.. J '* ', ;
'31-tC. A: WV H. Coleman n Pastor fold.: Tapioca a by product of cassava "__, __ I. .: FLORA a, ufi.> Adminlatra 'f. / MP
;,t- i it and cassava wilf grow,tons to Gov..rul lweha1J.olel J Iw.Vk'v 1 $.SI-lm-* J I "

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+ i: Santa; : Has of For the Children

: I ,Glaus-. Headquarters ::Plenty. Toys. ,; .



i \ All Kinds of Dolls From .20c Fach to $3.00



: .wp will have a, U"V'e Santa; 91a.'DLS Tuesday a."C; our store.:


':' He will only be here One Day this year, so don't forget the day---Tuesday, Christmay Eve., '

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d I ; "DOLLAR LIMIT STORE, G. W. Persons Compal1Y' .


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rTrrr Q 4 they are staying. They expect to re-
S turn to Kissimmee for an extendid

:I Buy Useful' Presents visit. 1r.
: 400 MEN, EXPECTED1AT ,STATE ,
.
., LIVE STOCK MEETING

FORHoliday (Continued, -from 'Pago'One) I '

.. Gifts but for a matter of local pride in
A
: showing up one of the most valuable I"
., industries of this locality. : FO R .SALE.

Poland The hogs China: will Duroc be of Jerseyend the Berkshire Ches-, -

ter White. There will likely be a
small exhibit of Osceola countysheep.The .
stock entered should be at the
fair grounds the morning, of Wednesday ,

See our line of Shoes, Hosiery, Hand- for and feed and the them Association till the close will of care the ,

j kerchiefs, Ties 'and E. & W. Shirts event will be, or a Thursday small general morning.admission There .

charged to visitors to the grounds,I ..
'L : ;, and Collars bought especially for the probably 25 cents. : MAINE
The stock will be a splendid feature' CROWN
CHRISTMAS TRADE of the convention for it will give a.
practical demonstration of just what I
Osceola county ranges are doing to
H improve the stock by exhibiting both
pure bred and grade cattle
FRED S. GILBERTState Mr. Johnston is a great believer in
home grown cattle and hogs especially -
Bank Building the hogs with strong emphasison -
1ti I the home grown feature that' is, SEED POTATOES'
.ooooo.o.o.ooo.64..0..0. t.t.. .o.o not grown on some other man's pas
ture, and in an interview the subject
, this week he said: "At the next
''f.ANNUAL CANNING CLUB of their crops were Hobbie Bass, session of the legislature I hope to
James Clark, Raymond Lanier, and get a bill passed making, it optional ,
CONTEST CLOSES FRIDAY Clarence Guy. Their exhibits specialized whether hogs run at large in ("ertainsections
on corn, from their one-tenth of the county. The bill will
K. The annual contest arranged for acre. be drafted along the lines of the one
,thf boys and girl of the Canning Earl Tyson added an attraction of now in effect in Orange' county with
-Club of Osceola county closed last honey and by-products' which included general satisfaction." This questionof
"week when the members of the clubs a beautiful container of honey in limiting the range of hogs will .
'sent in,their record books the story the .comb a container of strained likely come under the discussion of ,
of their crops and.an exhibit of their honey, two cakes) of bees wax and a the association" at the January meet- 5 5'a'i'i'L '. '
+t work. bottle of honey vinegar, together ing.Mr. -, : : '::
It was a practical demonstration with a good, record of his work. Johnston expects to stress the \
of what is being, done by the lads and Joseph and Paul Keen, enthusiastic social side of the convention and' is , ,: .
L,lasses to curb the high cost of living. members of the county's club, who soliciting, the aid of the ladies to pro ', : t'/Vr'/ , "
*':A number of winter visitors who visited 'cleared one-half acre of land this vide entertainment for the visiting .,::'" I
the room and viewed the collec year, sent' in a record, book and storyof ladies who will be present. These
,Lion expressed surprise at the beautyof their crops, but as their land was plans will be worked out later. 4 .
_ the display and the variety of planted to potatoes followed by hay,,, At the close of the convention when .
foods prepared for winter use. A there could be no exhibit till next business is disposed of and ,all cares
v t number of the club members were un- year.. laid aside the cattle men of Osceola F. O B. Jacksonville Fla.FfT.
1 able through sickness, to send their Some attention of the club was given county will be hosts for the days' '
't.eolledlon of fruits, but taken 'asa to dehydrating, and Miss Ethel outing*and merry making when the .
whole the exhibit was a credit to the and Edith Tyson included delicious visitor. will embark in boats and
,county agent, Mist Albina Smith, and looking. dried.corn in their collections,,, barges and go on a voyage of discov.
/ her workers and Florence Edna showed fine sam ery their distinction to be somewhere , '
The collections 'were judged on Friday dried beans, peas and buckle. on beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga fora ,. ;
'' # and ,the prices .will be 'awarded, berries.:: >' , ,' t.. J.i suitable picnic place where a gem ;,,:,;," f,::1 ; \ : : ; : ;
++ Oat the Short Course,'in January.;' 1 i of.' the most t interesting fea- uine old time barbecue will be held. 'I<' : ,
Miss Grace Lester made the high- Lures of that i general collection was Anyone who has .had the pleasure of ,, ,, .
r .e.Upro'on her one-tenth'acre., .her the canned meats./This'was prepared participating in one of?tht'se,celebraJ ,\'>("..'I1' ""\'."" "Ii' \
..record of the' crop, totaling- .. ,1.a net'profit with the steam pressure cooker, then tions characteristic of this section, / " pr \F"- BUTTONSanford
I of 84.10. ,canned in the ordinary containers. will need no second invitation.The .
The'y-ears'work'of'Misses: Mine Cane vinegar was another ,unusual convention is only a few weeks
'( Bass,-,Ethel Tyson and Mildred Partin product. off and every one who is asked to :
_ l were considered the> best 'and graded Miss Smith the county agent is shoulder any nart of the arrangements .
'"'Very nearly up to the same mark. doing,a great work for the rural dis- should lose no time in putting
-Other 'Kate," making. exhibits were tricts of the'county and experts now them in effect. "
,Misses Partin Ethel Bass,
; that the war conditions longer
I Grace ,,Lester.; Edith 'Tyson.. Florence prevail to see the enthusiasm grow RED CROSS ,CHRISTMAS -
Edna and.Marie Clark. and more boys and girls will do' systematic ROLL IN FULL SWING Fla. : .
-Among the boys sending, "Amn1e" work during the coming, year. : _
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IContinued- ; ; i'. x <
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CHRISTIAN CHURCH., thusiasm being shown wherever the

I Make a Specialty of Special Christmas sermon and special workers Later in have the called.week,Chairman Stan- .
: music at the Christian church Ford secured the consent of Captain
Repairing
*+t. ; next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Walter Lawson son of F. II. Lawson
INNER TUBES Evening service, Evangelistic. to make an address at the Casino in
; the interest of the drive. Captain .
William Arnold, of Company B. S. Lawson spokeThursday night, tellingof _ u_ __ _ __ _
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u - -- - 1.
A. T. C.. University of Florida, arrived his experiences not only at homein ,
MT WQRK_GUARANTEED I home Friday forthe holidays.He his military service but of his nine tomorrow night and the campaignwill ,
was'released from the service but months of activity on the firing line be rounded out with the complete
( JACK 'SPARLING 'will continue his) school work at in France, where he has been in the house to house canvas by the teams ,
Gainesville. aviation department. His talk was now at work. Mrs. J. Earl Lupfer, ,I
THE'VULCANIZER Mrs Hannah J. Faulk and Mrs.' II. listened to with deep interest and ap- chairman of the local committee, urg- .
G. Wilson, both Canton, Ohio were preciated by the audience. es that a full report be made to her r.l7llour
; 107 BROADWAY among? the tourists.looking, about the .Captain Lawson's talk will be supplemented by Saturday night. This is importantand
city for a few hours while en route by a series of four.'minute should be borne in mind by all
r .from Lakeland to St. 'Cloud, where talks at the' Casino tonight and workers.

x, CARD OF THANKS. ..
4
Itll \I'! We take this method of extending Fertilizer* "
I our sincere thanks to the good peopleof .
,. .'-'I' "\ Kissimmee for the many kindnesses -
;
and sympathy ,shown us duringthe
recent illness and death of our -

'f, .. '., .' -, h husband and son; also for the many Peace stops the 'fighting but not the
,
r"If, beautiful floral offerings.
',1'\\ .
horn and abroad.
", I t' :," MRS. ED. WHALEY feeding. Our armies at
\ MRS. H. C. WHALEY. our, Allies and ourselves must be fed. '

NOTICE.All More food must be produced>> in 1919.

""Efficient AdministrationThe persons who subscribed to the Lack of fertilizer will cut down yourproduction.
'
United War Work Fund are earnest Labor,'cars, raw materials-
ly requested to pay their pledges to all limited. /Fertilizer factories must '
are ' si
J. L. Overstreet treasurer. The first
installment on these pledges was due begin shipping at once to move even a'
affair of this: Institution are administered by men who have Dec 2. R. M. EVANS ChairmanNOTICE. normal tonnage by planting time. :';., ,
County
had many yean of successful experience. '
Shape up your plans and order now.
Waters & Carson Grocery Co., Local
You_are probably ,well acquainted with one or more of them. The annual meeting of the Hart :y
Memorial Corporation will be held Representatives
I t December 80th at 3 o'clock at the '"" Fla.
i r An affiliation with this Institution meant that your financial Hart Memorial building. All mem- ,-: '. Kissimmee .*.. ,.,
in safe and : with organization ', bers as well as officers are urged to Armour Fertilizer. Works .. ,
h associating
matters,are ncjs you an be matters of
present as importancewill ..
; 'I': ., Jacksonville. Fla. ./ ; -"
:. 'comprised of prominent, successful men of affairs. come up for consideration. _
,
I ." Miss Elizabeth Donegan president.Mrs. ,< sO'rd'er
S i . t:; .. .' W. L. Winn. secretary.
at e t4 We invite'your account. DANCING PARTY. Now "

ti The ,young ,set enjoyed a very .
pleasant evening Friday with a dancing i
Bank '
Citizens party at tin Graystone Hotel.

,anrtisitnnttisa. j 'WS.S.: freedom Mrs. Blackmore of the dining accorded room them and the the

e y TOUL&XVINGS STAMPS Victrola' supplied 'a delightful dancing -
OF KISSIMMEE.1 1 4iuu>snr ras program. Delicious fruit ,punch Qriffin, i Lois' Johnson, Mamie Pilley Rosco'Roberson, John L.1Iunt.1Ad; -. 4
i i UNITED $STATE:' was served throughout the evening.. and Louise Simpson; Mrs. C. F, Bur: better Walter Bass.and Dewer hey \
s ..Ti. bank with taefcbilitr and wiping. GOVERNMENT_ 'At(: the party, were;Misses Carolyn rows; Messrs. Frank and Edgar;'Bryan Mrs ,H. S. Bullock. chaperoned ,the k'.
'i '!p 1 ,, .'..eut e SERVE '4, Fripp' ,:,ElUabeth Le better, )Norraav Roy B BrinI, Sheldon. Johnson, young people. J .'(J.M" ,
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