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 27, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00887
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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H WHAT OUR BUSINESS MEN i WILL YOU BE WEARING YOUR RED ,CROSS TEN THOUS- /


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The desire of the people here to get I would undertake the work ,for approximately .: JoIN The BtEO CRoSS I 15 "A LAND[ DEAL
together on soma plan for promoting. $125,000 or possibly a .
.n. the growth and welfare of Kissimmee' little more now, that labor and material HEART AMD A DOLLAR"You AND _
,Is becomming general, and and the were higher. This would bulkheadthe I ,.
of Lake lake shore from the Belt CAM VAJEAR /2 -
bulkheading Tohopekaliga/ Sugar The: BUTTON The Nelson
1't' has been much favored in the past ftp I R. R. to the city limits on the south ltea,1ty Company closed!
", ,, Is Again brought before the peoplefor Col. O'Bryan stated that several survey -: ALOHG WITH THE REST OF a deal this week whereby George
their approval disapproval.. had been made at different times THE CROWD OHHHgOY" Starbird of Colorado became the ownI
Two' years ago the much talked of but' this cost would include a' line I IAr4D ooooo Kli.Lm* tine 10,040 acre tract near
project very nearly became a reality. drawn out in the lake at about the MT GR-R-R-RAMD known] "* the Drew-Miller
The lines were drawn, the costs estimated end of the present city dock. r property, valued at 100000.
a company located that would. Col. O'Bryan estimated that nearly GLOR-RFLIPJ In S. Nelson met Mr. Starbird
finance the movement and all that one.fourth of the total cost would belong '>< Kansas City when both were' there
was'needed was the co-operation of to the city. This /seemed at first / on business mission., and punuaded
rnr./r him
a' few property owners. Then the I tb be a large estimate, but when the (D thil to cQme' south and look about
war loomed up on the horizon and all boulevard and city park were figuredIn In the.country. MrI Starbird h" been
public improvements were put aside. I with the streets this wouldn't be Is cattle; business for years and
There is no question but that the far.wrong. one of the most prominent stock
.. city council is empowered to order I When asked what he considered. the men in this section. Ie ia eminently
fitted
the work of bulkheading the lake and method of (raising the city's cost his to judv.e' cattle country from
reclaiming the lands where it' is would be, he saidt "The city's bulk." years ot experience and he con..
deemed !desirable and then assess the heading would probably cost $30,000.A alders this II an Ideal place for .that
cost against the owners of the prop bond issue would take care of this Industry.Mr. :

erty benefitted, just as street pavingis and the increased valuation 'of the for, .. Starbird purchased this land
done, but a certain amount of cooperation -,land reclaimed would take care of an investment with' the idea of
Is needed and the more harmony I that and retire the bonded indebtedness selling Itl It in good\ sized tract, but he
that prevails the less effort will in less than ten years. There is his considering\ B spending a portion of
be required to finance the work. no question but that should this land least time here winter season at
For instance, should every proper. be reclaimed lit would become the and muy' decide to use the land
ty owner signify his willingness to most attractive resident sec.tio'h.; of Ssa ranch'and .tock.it.., '
have the bulkheading done there Kissimmee.To .
would be no trouble locating com.I ascertain how the public viewed KNIGHTS OF PY1'HIASHOLDANNUAL
'pany that would contract to do the the subject a number of businessmen

work and finance it,. allowing the and property owners were asked to ELECTION.
property owners to reimburse it in express their opinion as to the advisability '
At
the arranged payments extendingover of the movement at this time, / of the the regular election of of tic en- -I
a period of ten years, the city of and without exception everyone Knights of Pythias held on
: course to pay. for its portion of ,the spoke favorably of it, though a number Wednesday night of eat week the
improvement.Col. stated they were not posted on direct followingmembera were aelected to .
Lewis O'Bryan who looked the subject of the cost, the work of the order for the
closely into the details of the plan Property Owner Favors Movement ensullllf year:

two years ago, stated to a representative Captain E. L. Lesley, when asked U.Chancellor. Commander-Verne EL
-- of the Gazette that he felt sure
that he knew of a firm thatI (Continued On Page Eight) 'Vice-Commander-Oti. ,Steven5I

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I Master of Work .
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I Keeper of RecordJ. D. Jeffords

COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS TREE I Master Master of of ExcheckerLv Anna-W. H.: Peak.Bandyl

I Inner Guard-W. S. Graham


I PROVES POPULAR OCCASION I B(:Outer'Guard..arsonFarmer.E' HALEY PROMOTED_ .


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B. E. Haley, who has been
The custom of celebrating the I four hundred and fifty of the children lantic Coast Line's most the At
Christmas anniversary with a community I I of Kissimmee under the ages of 12 ---- I here for..several efficient road'master y
Christmas tree was again ob. years, marched past the tree and the -- ; -- been promoted to teneral' years has
road
served by the city of Kissimmee Wednesday long tables where' their treat was : I of the first :division and will master *
night when practically the en. piled highand received the stockings I headquarters at make his ,.
tire population assembled in the I I filled with Christmas cheer. While S : I- 'Mrl *'tftley' '>as-Rocky not only Mount.been'N.. C.
streets adjoining the band stand, corner : this was going on the band plated the : ._; ) l railroads representative j in the
of Broadway and joined in the | stirring pieces that have m \ them '' I tlon but has Identified ,himself this sec-
community singing or were just spectators I so popular t*. \ I : the interests of Kissimmee and with has

enjoying the merry scene. I, Early in the day baskets fill.v\with 1'I!I served on the city council in fact i i.
I Just"at the center of the crossinga a substantial dinner as well as>Wli- '.now a member of that body and I.I i I.
beautiful Christmas tree lifted af:,day goodies was sent to all who need ,I chairman of some of the most impor
gleaming star toward the sky. Thebranches'of human sympathy and financial aid 1 tant'committees. .
4 the tree seemed heavily led this, the most sacred day, of the I '!'; ,Mr. lIaley's appointment\ is a con.
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laden with snow that glistened in the slderable
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vari colored lights that were strung year.Kissimmee instituted this customof '; 'ad w. I friends will 1 be gratified at this/10
from tip top down to the end( of every I. community celebration three years *: nition of his merit while they will recog-sin,
branch. tinsel. and -
Gay streamers cerctly'regret the
I ago and the tremendous success of departure of himself'
bright ornaments were hung here the event should perpetuate it a regular and family. They expect to leave tomorrow -
and there added a touch of fairyland : ,
I celebration, : for their' new home.
which the little tots viewed with gratified -"I $ / '
Miss Inez Carson, chairman of the
The eyes.program was a music alone,the tree movement wrought out the general YOUNG MEN HOSTS.A .

band led by J. D. Woodbeck, plan. Slater Reed was in chargeof number of Kissimmee's
opening I By courtesy of Clare Brlggs, New York TrIbune young.men .
J the tree and its decorations and i
with several selections followed belonging to the younger. set

Viy the community singing. Miss 'was ably assisted by the city the lightand o. .__. _, ___.. _ .__.__ were hosts Wednesday evening at a.
Myrtilla: Beals directed the singing, water force who made scene Christmas night dance at the Fire
using beautiful Christmas carols, I resplendant with lights. Mr. Thrasher RED CROSS CHRISTMAS man's hall, entertaining fifty of their
which were well sung by the high provided the star that crowned the ROLL GAINS 300 MEMBERS C.: A. CARSON OUTLINES I friends with a merry evening to Vic-
school girls assisted by a number of 1 I tree and T. J. Burckhalter held a spot trola music.
light on it through the entire pro
other musicians, and accompanied by The campaign for the Red Cross v
-, the band. One especially effective gram.A. Christmas Roll this
was completed
number was "Hark, the Herald An- J. MacDonough was placed in week when nearly three hundred not a large assessment on any lot.
fr- gels Sing." The girls were gathered charge of the distribution of baskets memb'era were added to the society PLAN FOR BULKHEADING I What About a Driveway
In When the work is complete the City,
round the band stand with the singers and Miss Carson was ably assisted for 1919.
from the church chorus grouped distributing the treat by a bevy of Council has a legal right to ,lay off
This is considered a splendid shoring -
'< in the second story rooms of the Cot- workers who gladly performed this streets and parks under the existing
terman building alternately renderIng labor of love.. In fact the entire cele credit for on this the section officials and-reflects charge of great the Kissimmee, Fla., Dee. '23, 1918.A. Capt, Die, would have cost at that!law which fully covers the entire situatlo'n. -
-i this clasic. bration seemed the empodiment of in S. Reed, Chairman Street Committee time some where between $60,000 and Personally, I' would like to see
I I drive. The exact number turned to
$80,000 to complete the work. At the'a driveway, handsomoely beautified
ft Then when "Good will to man. I of Kissimmee
.. ..a.. .processional. ... . began date' was 286, though thero will likely City Council present time it wodld cose somewhatmore along the sea wall at least
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be' a few more names Added to the Fla. because of the increased cost of five feet wide. Our lak :
) ist. A few of them came from the Dear Sir: Replying your request material and labor. then be a thing beauty, most at-
E Shingle Creek section and from Nur- How Could This Be Paid? Instead the at
ARMY AVIATORSILOUDINPRAISE this for information as to the,plans tractive. of eyesore as
coossee, and the remainder from The Council
I which I had in mind concerning the City was empowered by present.
city.County an Act of the Legislature to provide by Would the Property Holders Be
Chairmin Stanford was for. bulkheading of the lake in the article ordinance for the bulkheading of the Benefited?
tunate in securing the content of Mrs.J. which appeared in the Kissimmee [lake shore and the flllingln of the land In my opinion the property made.
I KISSIMMEE LANDING E. Lupfer to serve as local chairman ; Valley! Gazette last Veekt, and the ,adjacent thereto. No election would available by this bulkhead and filling
of the drive and may feel assur probable cost of such work, beg to I I be necessary, but an ordinance would ,''in would be enhanced in value many
that the work well done. Mis.
ed was to In to this mat is the cost of the work
say I am pleased go be sufficient. When this done bulk- times more than
Lupfer was assisted by Mill Helen in detail because I am I be compelledto
ter somewhat heading' certificates would be Issuedin The owners would not
( Kissimmee was visited this week, Smith hopes to exchange these ships I Jess, treasurer, and by the following tremendously impressed with the payment for the'work just as paving complete payments for this work
by the squadron' of eight army aviation for the Dellaviland type. I teams, who did house to house can ,great importance of this work and certificates were issued to ,secure under ten years. I am fully of the
pilots in ,four planes which were I While the party were in Kissimmee vas. the comparative ease by whJch it may the payment of the paving done on opinion" that they could sell off a small -
Miss Inez Carson and J. Slater
en route to Doris Field, Arcadia, from only a short time they expressed _be accomplished. our streets some years ago. In paving portion of their property for enoughto
section the
business of
Reed for the
', San Diego, Calif., in a cross continent themselves as well pleased with the' As To the Plan. the streets the the property on .pay that assessment and have the
I .flight mapping aerial mail routes. city and were loud in their praise of" city and Mrs. S. H. Bullock, Mrs. P.. First; I heartily favor using the "either side paid one-third) of the expense lager portion left which would bo
Major Albert D. Smith is in com- the landing place here. tin fact they' K. Weaver, Mrs. Floyd Correll, Mrs.R. plans and specifications made by Capt. and the Citv one-third. In much more valuable'than it now Is.
5.wand of the squadron which Is composed pronounced it the best city landing M. Evans. Mrs. Verna Ellis, Mrs. O. N. Bie, United States Engineer/ at bulkheading, the entire expense wouldbe Would the Certificates Be Saleable?
[ of Maj. James H. McKee, surIgeott -' by all means, that they .had used this Marion Carson Mrs. W. W. Carson Tiller -, Tampa, several years ago. This plan assessed against the property benefited From past experience. I have no>
: Lieutenants Robert S. Worthington side of the mountains, and said I if. oth- Misses Eleanor Moseley, Virginia contemplates a sea wall made of dirt, and a certificate issued in accordance doubt they couldeasily. be sold. When,
( AJbert Pyle, J. M. Evans J.ID. er towns would provide such landing Frances Bav, Lillian Krentis Marie sodded with grass not very far from therewith. Ths being true this matter was discussed several
McLean and Sergeants Blanton places as this! city, they would be visIted Boyd Kathleen Bearden- Maggie. the water line so as to make the lands the City would have to pay only the I, years ago we were beseiged here at
[and Lewis. Sergeants' Blanton and more frequently.The Mae McCranie. and Lois pverstreet.Mrs. along the Lake shore available for .expense of bulkheading where streets i the bank by numerous inquiries as to I -'
-' I Lewis were commended by Major airmen compare Florida very James Willson Jr., presidentof ,use. Not necessarily to reclaim large i enter the Lake. which would not be when and how these certificates wouldbe
[Smith for daring in their flight across favorably with California and other the Klssimmee Woman'e.. Club, appointed acreage of land or to make new land I I any considerable amount. These bulk- offered for sale I Large bond houses ,S'
the mountains between Tusco, Ariz., sections, saying it is an easy country a committee to a- ist in the but simply to make available the heading certificates are made payable were anxious to get hold of them.
land Deming, N. Mex., when they to fly over. They commented on the hive' to represent the Red Cross I land already there. The plan whichhe 1 I in ten years and bear interest at 6P/ Mv suggestion, therefore I in view
(.crawled, out on their planes to make hundreds of lakes, surrounded with Christmas Seal department which is proposed would utilize the In issuing the certificates the City, of of the things above stated would I be.
motor adjustments. The machines trees and houses, and say it is won- merged in other activities this :vear. !tion of the sea wall in front course, would have to endQrse themor let the City Council without delay
iwere flying at an altitude of 12,000 derfully beautiful to the air men. This committee was Mrs. Wells Mrs. 'Breeze Addition as It now IB, founda-I Guarantee their payment, but these pass a resolution adopting the planssuggested t ,
{feet. Near Americus Ga., they en- Major Smith and Lieutenant N. C. Paver and Mrs. Bart Bryan. the city dock about half way certificates becomes liens on the pron. by Capt Die several years
ountered severe weather, rain andIfog Worthington listened with keen Interest shore to the warehouse and -continue I ertv benefited and could be made out ngo. Pass an ordinance requfrinjf f\\
which forced their machines to the stories of the huntingto MASONS ELECT OFFICERS. practically the same distance from of the nropertv' no' that the actual the bulkheading of the Lake and fill*, -
rdown tot within 600 feet of the earth. be had in the woods! near here told The Masonic Lodge of thlc city the shore to the south. boundary of cost to the nubile In "the way of taxation !ing In accordance with tins plan.
r 'The squadron etopped here Tue- by J. Earl Lupfer and other local nim- held their annual election of officers the city. i would be entirely negligible. Theoo er.n: advertise the bids for doing the \
day' morning to gas and oil up on rods, and assured them that should last week, when the following men Second; I favor a. dirt wall, because ..f would come out of the property' work and for the purchase! of the certificates _ '
heir flight to Arcadia, and again the party remain in' Washington long were chosen for the years 1919: in the opinion- of Capt. O. N. Bie. holder. ,' reserving the right to reject 1-
[ednesday on their way back to enough they would surely return fora Worshipful. Master_T. J. wo ihll. Capt. Clay Johnson and Mr. L. A. Whit property would be benefited any-and it:11 bids.I '
Washington, where they go to report week's sport. They were hospitable Senior Warden-Geo. W. Over-' Hamilton, all of whom are competent and therefore should assessed.! ? I fee : that the plan
o >General William L. Kenley, director urged to take Christmas dinner in street. engineers, this, wall would answer believe it entirely feasible end fair ,to above outlined can be carried into ef?
of military aeronautice. Theywill Kissimmee, but had previously .ac Secretary-S. L. Lupfer, Jr. every purrxxse and when soded in sav that all proocrtv, bounded .on the} feet easily withou anybody suffering,
return to California by the northrn cepted an invitation,tq be In Daytona Treasurer1Katz.. gratis will last Indefinitely. This north bv the St.: Clond Sugar! BMt with practically no expense _to the
route, going by way of Ohio. for that event. would not be true if'our lake was a TCilroarf, on the wet by the A. C. 1. city,, and as a profit to all the property
In commenting on the trip the paKen Mr. Lupfer, who takes a great interest Misses Lillian and Muriel Prentis tide water,'nr if it was sublect extremely Railroad, south as far us Clude avenue holders along the Lake. _
have stated that the squadvm in aviation news' stated that left last week for Mount Verde to violent storms, but such is thenci follow Clyde avenue, to If this information is not sufficientfor
Bras flying in DeHaviland planes, but: this squadron brought the total of spend the holiday season with their not the case.' the city limits. would .be materially your purpose please advise andI
his is. an error. ;Their ,ships are of i air ships visiting Kissimmee duringthe mother, Mrs. W. J. Prentis who is Cot of Plan. benefited'and therefore. should be ...- shall J.)be,pleased to go'into It,further, !
he Curtis type equipped with HIs, past three. .weks., up, to forty- teaching domestic. science at tho The 1>lan which I',would" advocate sensed accordln to its benefit.' This Yours truly. / J..1'
Kanio motors. At Washington-. Major I three. school there (iia 1'( I according the original survey_ of.. mean,..* great deal .of property. hence 1L (f. u' C..A*,CARSON. ",
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LETTER FROM LIEUT. HARRY. isions but we've done more Anting BRINGS SURE RELIEF ,

SOUDERS. than any other A broad outfit statement in France, ,but barring a- (From the Stars and Stripes.) stretched hands, ear-to-ear grins and For it* year,QOU MEDAL. HatrUm I .ul..s are the r.m.d'you. : n..... Taksf 5.
none. '
/: At the eleventh hour on the eleventh ] souvenirs to for Oil tia* enabled .ufT.rlnc humanity to these or four every of.". The -heallae; ?
.. true one. However, as our French day of the eleventh month hos well swap cigarettes, so wlthit&nd attack or kId"| .", ll".r, oil .oaks Into the cell and llalar .4
Nov. 24, 1918. friends say, "Fines la jruerre: ," no I tilities did they know the little weak bi4 My Dear Folks Have finished shall "Finee la parled! querns." came to an end from Switz- ness of their foe. They came to tell dlMMM oonn rtd with the urinary New life. and haaJth wnl surely follow 'J
; ju say ]land to the sea. Early that morning, how pleased the organ and to build up and rector to When your normal vleror baa been seac.,4
they were fight had .
4 censoring several hundred letter (Enough war talk.) from' the wireless station on the health orlr_. wak.nd by dlMTh .. .to..... continue treatment for a wMM
# from Today I received letter enclosing stopped, how glad they were the kaiser .M Important be to keep yourself la condition and pro- t
my men, every one of whom I your Eiffel Tower in Paris moot orfana must }!
there
has ... .
gone: had departed for the dl. . !
do believe wrote to every'one they the snap shots. Gosil: I did ( parts unknown, watched because they Alter and purify vent a return of
II forth through the air tothe wondering how fine it was to know they would th* blood; un... ,to- do thlr work Don't wait until you are ln apeJ>te e* I
knew to tell 'em the war was won. appreciate them! They were not exceptional half-incredulous ]line that the you are doomed, ftirhtln. Start (akin* OOU MEDAL
: But I don't blame them.. I've wanted examples of photography 'Americans I held from Sedan have!, a"republic at lest in Germany. Wrl_ .l..plen.., n.r"oun..., tlaa.rl.m Oil Capculea today -Tour,drvc- "
for three days to tell Mie same but they .are pictures of you' all--my near to "No, said one stubborn little Prussian AeapondoBor. backache. stomach trouble 'arl.t$ will herfully refund your money ..
you the
1 Moselle the order that Marshal "it's a kingdom we wart. palm In tb. 1olne and lower. abdomen I' you are not aaJlafUd with reeult* ABut
newt; just as tho' you haven t knownit home folks-and they'va done m1! a Foch cease firing on the,stroke of 11. Whereat his gravel, difficulty when urlnnt- 1>e sari to 'Eel the" original Imported A
long ago. But Isn't it glorious? .world of good' already I On the stroke of 11 the own companions mob- tag ",."matl.na. sciatica and lumbafto/ GIOi.D'MEDAI. and accept no auk-; J
Now that It's all over I've tried toe Now, my .candle] getting: low and cannon bed him' and howled him down. all warn you at trouble with" your kid .,tutee In three a I... Sealed ...--.
the
stopped, rifles .. '
r analyze; my feeling when we knew I've much work to do. to simply I shoulders dropped from the The farthest north at 11' o'clockon says OoLo MEDAL, Haarlem Oil Cap- asAt all druaatore:
the machine
,, ''rl that peace was assured but the idea j must clone and get; busy. Will enclose still. Tehre, followed then gun the crew grew the frontof! the two armies was .." .,..............., .. ....'... "
strange, -- - - - - -
stuoenlous shoulder"stran-and /: held] at the extreme American left '
borhe AH
of' peace is BO that our t a up
unbelievable silence as though the Sedan' by the trooos of the:77th i iH
way .
"iron eron""barpin.Vhe.'the owner -
Minds have not yet been able] to grasp world bad died. It lasted .
Us real significance.: onlyfeeling of an iron cross goes I Into the field I i but a mom- Division 'The farthest east-the +H OOO OO+C-HOMOtO +4*<4+W+&*<*4*+&fr9+4+.4+9. ;)
!, nt, lasted for the that breathIs
space a to
nearest the 'Rhine
-was held by
hut
he does not wear.his iron TOSS,
c other than one of tremendous: joy was held. Then
as'though I had been standing for/ avery only the bar. Hope to get 1 cross lie- came such .an uproar those negro; soldiers who used to
of relief and #jubilance, such A tootingof : make up the old New York 15th and Cone Over the Top '
e' long time on the brink of a fore I get; back. Much love., Your horns shrieking of whistles such have been .;
yawning hole which minute : Victorious Kiddo, HARRY. long brigaded with the
any
c. an overture) from the bands andtraina French. They were in Alsace and
might: prove to be my grave when and church ,bells, such a shouting -
their line ran through Thann and
suddenly some ,one. filled up that grim'' EXTRACT FROM LETTER of voices the earth is not ;
as liKely
+ reminder. IRA H. BEST across the railway that leads. to Col- The Chemical Indoor Closet '
FROM, LIEUT.:. to. hear again in our day and genera- mar, Waterbury ;
kr Not yet do we of the front line i M

t -for 'I'm'It ill operating my telephone Camp I{ 'Cfith i P., 7th Division, tion.When, night: fell ,on the battlefieldthe Civilians the Crown Trenches.When ., : -FOR-
hour
1' great came, across J
: system on our sector-fully Nov. 24th4 1918 clamor of the celebration] waxed
realize it's actuAlly over and'that we We ,that of the line the trenches from our side Swarmeda .
ir, were on part rather than waned.' .Durkness? There EFFICIENCY ECONOMY COMFORT ;
small
never again need dodge those hellish, In front of Metz, which had not brok:I was none. Rockets and a'ceas.- army of civilians' bearing .
screaming shells. 'That is our great- the Hindenburg line. I went over food and clothing] : to their kith and H. SWABEY A
en ; 1 less fountain of star shells made the kin on the other side. From the EDMUND eitt. 1
est relief.When with I the before the
Company day
lines a trek of !glorious] brilliance highest steeole] in Thann the tricolor
I got the news over the Armistice was signed and got my across the face of startled France, fluttered Box: 625 KISSIMMEE, FLA. i ioo
and within
gaily, the church
phone,that hostilities made the would] cease ut real] baptinm of fire there.: Our lines 1 while, by the light: of (flares, the front there knelt in thanksgiving; all the, fr4K-**<'< M- <'<"e>< <***<'<'*< >*** *. I
11 o'clock and glorious new about 800 meters, 600 yards
were or { and all its dancing, boasting, singing. old! folks from miles around. Ii
known, could you believe it, there'wai. : from the German line We were to
visible]
peoples as'
was clearly as i
ui not ,a sound from the hundreds! ofsoldiers ;.advance and capture the first line. | With them, in among them, poilus
though the sun sat high in the heavens -
; knelt and Yankee soldiers the
and
Y ] around me? That. seems almost Our line was'on the edge: of a woodt, I I ,
] but those lads} I crowd so choked the aisles and steps
increditable poor and to reach the German line we had Germans Celebrate Well.
r senses have been benumbed bv the ''to. advance in the open with the Ger- as that the priest could not move Forward -
F hell they've gone through, and they nlUns holding: all the high: ground. The man from Mars, coming: to 1 for his services. But the words
could not realize so suddenly what About half across we were earth on the morning of November that he preached from the pulpit were

peace meant. Or, possibly they all held machine way fire, which 11, 1918, would have been hard put such words that leave the eyes dim
d up by gun; it to which had won, for, and the heart glowing.Up ; Will Sell Shoes
feared aa I do sometimes even yet caught us from the flanks, front and I Ito say army /:
that it's just that same old dream rear, and before we realized it we if anything:, the greater: celebration, to the front, past :Montfauconand .

we've been dreaming so ()often of n were in the middle of a big: barrage.We the more startling outbursts, came Rom gne, past Remonville and i
time when peace would come, and could not advance on account of not from the American but from the up a truck trundled that morning:
that presently they'd wake up ns machine fire could not retreator German aide At least he could have Over the tailboard at the endless
,
they've done scores of times, only to account gun; for It and it was darned I'ead-that man from Mars- -to which mud of Argonne and Ardennes. there
.
find themselves being; hemmed by an unhealthy to stay there. .The men side the suspension of hostilities-.had gazed a boy who had been drafted in Only For Cash

enemy barrage. Of course they through it all smoked cigarettes: and I I come as the greatest; relief. the heart of America some six ,
;
knew when first they heard the news cracked jokes with each other. I did The news. began to spread, across months before and who. with stop. I
totthe I the front shortly after the sun rose. off. for tedious training the I
that it meant life, and their return not see a single man afraid; the spiritof /: way.
ones they love, but they were those men were fine through it all, There was more or less of an effortto had slowly journeyed from his hometo

afraid to believe it. Back of us, when every moment was apt to be send it forward only through: mili- the Ardennes. It had taken him This is to notify my friends and 'customers that after this date
where the only danger facing them his last. tary channels to have the corps report six months, it had out him throughthe ,

would be an occasional air raid, theycheered The captain asked some of the it calmly] by wire to the divisions cheerless channel of the replace. no shoes will be charged to any one under any circumstances.The .

and held parades, but the "Can we forward?!" The answer the divisiqns to brigades the ment system, but it had brought him
boys who do the fighting: merely men go: far brigades to the regiments, the regiments at last to his destination-the destination
"We will as as you
smiled and gripped their guns: the I will."was We lay there go: and took that to' the battalions, and so on of his day dreams and his night; government has fixed: the price of SHOES for all -grades,
r
1.iJrhter.IaYbe this was a new boche till about 11 down to the uttermost squad quiteas mares. He had reached the front.
fire from daylight and the profit will be them .
now too small to permit selling on charge
trick, and they'd not be caught nap- o'clock, when the smoke settled, and though this were an ordinary order As he rode along] he noticed a certain

ping. I'm fed up on war. But we made a screen that we retreated be- and nothing/: get excited J about. excitement tingling; everywhere. accounts.
are now to taste the reward of victory hind back to.our old line. There was the effort. But it did but perhaps that was just the moodof .
.' The "Iron Division" we are not work very well. The word was the front. When finally the truck\ r

told will be among the first-possibly sped on the kind of wireless that man stopped and he jumped out, the news Our Stock however, will be' kept fully up to the usual standard,
the first to set foot on enemies FLORIDA ASKED TO GIVE knew many centuries before Marconi was waiting him.
to It "It is 11 o'clock. The Is over." and we will continue to handre a full line of the best quality Shoes
territory. We are to go into Ger- $200.000 FOR RELIEF WORK came earth. spread like a cur war
many for a short timer We ate preparing I I rent of electricity along the- shivery hell" he said. "I just got here." for Men. Women and Children, and solicit your continued patronage.
now. and then back across the For the relief ;of; four millions of mess lines, hopping up and down and Then, he laughed a short, little

i seas to God's own land. I believe starving people in the Near East, sniffling: and scuffling: as they waited laugh that was made half of relief
they'll send us home first, at least Florida will shortly be asked to give: for the morning: coffee. It spread and half of disappointment. And his

Tumor says we are among the first $200,000, the American Committeefor along] the chains of singing road name was private George W. Legion.;

to go: as a reward for the wonderful Relief in the Near East having menders along/: the creeping columnsof ] Up in a high observation' post an H. STANFORD
fighting we've done. Wo have not announced a nation-wide campaign: camions. Driver called it to driver American observer was trying to i

been in France as long: as some DivDON'T {"January 12-19, in which this state's and runners tossed the word over penetrate the mist with his German CO.I'
rst quota is only one-fifth of the sum their shoulders as they hurried by. field] .glasses. The :young officer at

-t : asked and raised in the United War Now and again: a fleet of motorcycleswould his' elbow] asked him to look due west. ,:

NEGLECT A Work campaign drive. Thirty mil. whizz along through the heavy What did ,he see? Well not much'-
lion dollars are to be raised in the mist. ? the road to the forest full of( traffic:,
: e..tire United States. Hard to Get at First. no shell fire, a crippled airplane] in

RHEUMATIC 'PAIN Dr. Julian S. Rodgers, former pas "Th'e guerre: will.befinee/ ', ifliYOu' th..,field below: .- .

a tor of a prominent Jacksonville'Bap' o'clockt'.; Fineeia'IlUeTre: ] ; i il ii\i\; ,.,,"Lord. Lord, what good; are those!! ,
J.\,,\" ,. tist church has the ihearjjtjcalledj glasses'd] 1\\'Why'without, : them, I can ,
) I frafter accepted <)secretary ' .:: J' could utl'again '
THE
aalittlejhouse in I.:Kansas City, OSCEOLA HOTELWill \
ship of,the Florida'campaignJand and 'againJHiHisTI "I
'Co. ; It with Slo I'. i is"' busy""' organizing' county,and \disJ' "What!time?,",. There'sta':nursery!on j the'second ,floor: i . . , ;; t ;"

Liniment before it gets trict committees. Each county will "Eleven o'clock." and the sun, shining; 'in'the'window, open for the Fall and 'Winter Overland Garageis
have its individual what is ?" lust touches a cradle there. Inside
dangerous& organizationand "Say, you, time it now
Season Sept, 12th. '
committees will prepare to begin: A pause. that cradle man. is my daughter.( I 'now under new management.All .

their canvases on the morning of Jan. They took it a little incredulouslyat have never seen.her before. She" was Families contemplating spending work on all makes of cars and
vary, 12th.President. first. That was old stuff, that ru horn since I sailed for France. the winter In Kissimmee will find
Apply a little, twicet let It fittrctf **- Wilson in a proclama mor. They hjvd heard it again and Meanwhile, on the road below, the marine work done promptly. FrankJ.
aDd-cood-by 1 Same forexternal our accommodations pleasand and
tion dated November 19, called on the again the fortnight. Engineers were working with a will.
aches pains, trains, tiffncM during past home-like. Jones is in charge of the repair
it* Joints or muscles, lameness, bruises. American people] to.be generous in "Well, the captain says it's so." No time to celebrate for the roads .
l their subscriptions to this fund must be kept in shape. But they sangas department.
Instant relief without nuissiness relief "Hell, who's he 7 I'll wait till Foch RATES REASONABLE
or and urged all to co-operate in making tells himself," they worked.
; comes and me
selling oiled clothing.liniment Reliable-the after biggest Eco the campaign a success. The causeis Why, the preceding; Thursday, night; Send the word, send the word over MRS. W. H. ARNOLD f. H. TYNER Mgr. ;
year year.
there That the Yanks are coming eI ,
nomical by reason of enormous sales. assured worthy and the raising of -that was the night the envoys came I PROPRICTRtSS: .
Keep big bottle ready at all times. these millions means that life will be over from Spa-news that what the I Yanks are coming-: _,

.Ask your druggist for Sloan's Liniment. sustained for these unfortunate peo- doughboy seems to prefer calling the The words, in that hour While had here acquired ------ il
ple who are now starving. a new significance. -
: "arstimicp" had been signed spread
The peoples to receive the benefits like the Spanish flu from Grandpreto and, there across the devastated land *.....'<+W" .< .>< M 9"4-<-<"frR. < :
from this fund include Armenians,' the Meuse. where Yanks were'at work, you could :1

Syrians, Greeks and Jews, as well as That night: the flares inflamed the I hear a knot burst into a song. And f

some other nationalities, all sufferers skies, the rockets streaked the night. the burden of all the lIons! was this:
from the war and Turk atrocities Bands burst into ]long-au ppressed It's home boys, home it's home we ,

Among the number are some 400,000 music, and the headlights] : twinkled all ought to be, ? _
orphans ] the last Home boys, home in the land of
along road. It did not long,
this little unbidden flurry, and there liberty.So S. FLOYD
..0000000.0.0..00-0.0000;*"0" *UO" **0 4"fr <<>4' >o-OOOO">Ho+ I was much scolding; but, as a matterof came to an end the 11th of Nov- i

fact, nothing: much" more demoralizing ember, 1918-the 685th day since
to the could well have America entered the war.
IL. I enemy
Our If6ysHave been staged: than this spectacle of the
"Cleaned Up" First American Army celebrating Bethink it well before you add another -

something- had not heard. thorn to your conscience by I
All along] /: the 77 miles held by the'
hJheKaiser: r The dT Americans the firing continued literally failing to keep' your war savings Groceries and

unto the eleventh hour. At one I pledge.

--,.-,.- minute before 11, when a million eyes !

| r.r- [German Autocracy! were hands glued of to a the million slow-creeping] watches: ,minute the- "DON'T"HAVE THE "FLU"

roar of the guns: was a thing to make Fresh Meats

I the old earth tremble. At one pointit Follow the Suggestions Here and Escape -
was where the Yankee division
I ,... '
visiting, at the time, with a French Serious Illness

corps was having: a brisk. morning
A Wonderful AchievementLet battle to J the east of O* Meuse. a When you feel feverish or as if you '

man stationed at one batVry stood are taking cold, and you start sneezing -

with a handkerchief in hi uplifted and your nose begins to run,
hand, his eyes fixed on his w tch It Influenza Phone 176 302 Broadway
you've surely got germs
was one minute before 11. To the .
us now "clean up" at home at onceall lanyards of the four big/: guns ropes working on you and you should im-
'were tied each roped manned by 200 mediately take a few doses of Dr. *
.
our business affairs.We I soldiers, cooks, stranglers] messengers Williams' No. 101 Tonic andescape a L uu.'OoOouoo"

gunners: everybody. At 11 the spell of illness and loss of time in bed. U6000COO uoo o

are asking all our customers to "clean: up" in handkerchiefs fell, the men pulled of, It is just what you need at that time I I
the cursed out the last shot
guns 7
. a full all account that they owe us betwesn now the battery. And so it went at a hundred and it works 'wonderfully well-and 7

and the close of the year 1918, that. is, during at a thousand places along the quickly, too. The quinine in it kills MANHATTAN HOTELNow

the next six weeks. Be sure to give this your .line. ,*,W influenza germs without mercy. The A. E. DROUGHT
Attack Before Vigneulles.
: and Open for the Winter Season
Iron ingredient gives appetite restores -
personal attention. Probably the hardest fighting: being !
done by any Americans in the final your "pep. The magnesiaacts lIL BroadwayReal

If you cannot raise the money we will hour was that which engaged the -on the liver and bowels, elimin- A Family Hotel with all the Comforts -
troops of the 28th. 92nd 81st and 7th ating poisonous gasses and excre- Estate and Insurance

F ., accept Liberty .Bonds and. War Divisions with the Second American tions and making the body clean and of Home.
Army, who launched a fire-eating attack REPRESENTS:
Williams' No. 101
: Saving Stamps in paymentof < above Vigneulles just at dawnon wholesome. Dr. RATES $2.50 PER DAY
< : the 11th. It was no mild thing Tonic is a ready prepared prescrip- The Home Insurance Co. of New
<
your account. that last flare of the battle, and the tions of a noted physician, the late York, the National Fire Insurance
Special the Week.
order to cease firing: did not reach Dr. G. B. Williams, of Quitman Ga., by
the men in the front line until the last Co. of Hartford The Sun,. and
PLEASE DON'T 'BE .A SLACKER and has been exclusively used i for
moment, when runners sped with it chills and ''fe MRS. R. B. SAVAGE Prop. many other reliable companies
from fox hole to fox hole. malaria, grippe, colds ,
; Yours Then a quite startling thing oc vers. Get .'bo t1e at once and begin

;; 1ROCfRY curred. The skyline of' the crest taking it and make yourself immune

: WATERS & CARSON ahead of them grew populous with from the "flu."' All druggists and -

CO ., dancing soldiers and.. down the slope, drug dealers; sell it or can get it for "FOR RENT Furnished flat with urove-s Tasteless_ chill TonicIMtorMThsllly
all the to the barbed!) wire
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"" II. straight way.fot'the Amerleana,'came you-25c and 50c a bottle Refuse modern improvements. W. B. Harris, sad MMtir ii, 'purifying ana. .oWrlchlagth .'
/ the blood.
You
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Ir If,,,,:', I THE FORUM I HUNGER DRAWS, THE MAP r.I : :


", WINTER VISITOR CRITICIZES

i' ., MANAGEMENT OF KISSIMMEE e i'
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Editor Valley Gazette:
'
.This la my fifteenth, visit to Kissimmee pr
winters and summers famine Condition '
-and always with the idea that r

sometime I would buy here and remain -" E23 food Shortage approching famine Point f
for the town' is fine, location 4.
. unexcelled, and it suits me to a "T," gjj Serious Food Shortage
all except :your! management, whicTTis "
-er-peculiar. A man with not RWSJS SUffident: Present Food Supply
too much of this world's goods, will: .. KSSa.. Bu fiiture SerioilS1R7a o i
seek location where the "
a city management People
is. favorable to settlers ; ;;: ,
'. t Ametlcan'ntlti"e'
where the yoke is easy and the bur. h
den is light Even in buying, primarily ill[ ] Unclassi l\ e R i;
for a home, he will not invest
where he could not profitably rent DrcEMaE3t
I I. I*18
the house in ,
case n change of business
should maKe it desirable. Now U

what does :your! council: do, to encourage
tourists to remain ,and' become DtalANY
settlers? I find men'' like myself
,. leaking: for houses which! are
both, small ,and good, preferably a .OLauO .,
home of four or, five rooms, with all
modern conveniences, in good order, : : .+ tMfal
Half Century AgoHaifa on a good lot, and above all, close. in c \
," 'a (as you have no' street cars) and sDLAcx
which will rent for S15 or $20 per
month. There are but few such in
town, and none vacant. Kissimmeemust
Century' Ago, every community couldbe have more'of them if the town _J sip

supplied to some'extent with locally,dressed shall continue to' grow, but ,none are '
being built. Why? There's a real,, SAVN r
meat, drawing on live stock raised nearby. son.: No one will permanently maintain

Now two-thirds of the consuming:: centers, which a will house not for net more renting than purposes government M E D / e

with millions of people are one to two thousand bonds, as the house is far more ,
trouble.] Your residents are reticentas
miles away from the principal live-stock produc- to overhead expenses: but by dili- :
gent probing I find that a house 'as rf
ing sections, which: are sparsely settled. above described will not do that here,

of under the burdens laid on real estate
The American meat packing industry
by :vour present citv management. I
today is the development of the best way to To illustrate; I find the taxes, state,
county and municipal, would be about
perform a: national service. $50 per annum; painting, insuranceand __

, The function of providing meat bad to develop total repairs expenses, about, $100.00.$50 per The annum rent at; A food map of Europe today shows seat of government the little nation' glona, With condition moat serious 1* r

8CCOI"d1ngty.zbose men who first grasped $15 would be $180, leaving only $80 not a single country In which the future flrst thought was to express her gratitude Finland. ,
net. which is put 5 per cent on $1600, does not hold threat of serious to the Commission for Relief In Bohemia Serbia 'Roumanta and
the elements of the changing problem created and the' house so described cannot be difficulties and only a small part which Belgian for preserving the live of Montenegro nave already reached the
built for that, to sav nothing of getting I* not rapidly approaching the famine million of her citizens famine point and are suffering a heavy t
the best facilities to meet it-large packing" the "good lot close in" to put it point. With the exception of the Germany, on the other band, need toll of death. The Armenian population .,
plants and branch houses at strategic points, on. The expense of maintenance here Ukraine only those countries which not figure in such a map for American u falling each week a* hunger 1
should be reduced, by efficient man have maintained marine commerce because there 1* no present Indication takes Its toll, and la Greece, Albania '
refrigerating equipment (including cars), car a gem elit. The cost now is inordinatebecause I have sufficient food supplies to meet that we shall be called! on at all and Ronmanla ao serious are tae food!

routes trained organization, profitable outlets of wasteful exactions, for instance actual needs until next harvest, and to take thought for the food need of shortages that famine .U near. Although
in addition to the normal
expenses -
even In the Ukraine, with stores accumulated Germany Germany probably can car starvation U not yet Imminent
for former waste which ..became the nat- of interest on the W. & L. on the farms, 'there U famine for her own food problem If she Is I Italy, Switzerland, Bulgaria and Tur
bonds and $6000 for street
ural, inevitable channels for -d e vast flow of lighting, and $100 per per year month to a In the large centers of population given access to shipping and I* enabledto key are In the throe of serious stringencies. :
Belgium and northern France, as distribute food to the cities with .
W. & L. collector, and 10 cents per "
." meat across the country K. for Jight (7 cents is the highestof well.as Serbia "appear on the hunger dense population, which are the trouble In enter to hlliU'merlca'. pledge
better to perform thisnecessary other municipal plants) I find that, map distinct from the rest of Europe center In world relief we mUlla... to export 3
If there were a way In addition to those more or less necessary because they stand In a different rela England, France,' the Netherlandsand every ton of food which can be.ban
service, American ingenuity and expenses, the council still exacts . tlon from the other nation to the people Portugal all of which have been died through our port. This. mean at a,
States. America has maintained from American the 'least minimum of 20,000,00((
the "pork barrel"fund,first extracted of the United supplies very a
enterprise would have discovered it, and others from consumers when ,1 was for four years maintained the small bave sufficient food! to meet Immediate ton compared wltb 6,000,000 tons prewar

would now be using it. here two years ago to guarantee the war rations of Belgium and northern needs but their fututre presents seriou 'export and 11,820,000 ton exported
- doing of work for which the taxpayers France and Is already making special difficulties. The*am I* true of last year,when we were bound
.v During 1918, Swift& Company has earned were already and still are paying effort! to care for their Increased Spain and the northern'neutral countries by the tie of war fo>> the European ,
$100 per month and for which idle after-the-war needs, which, with thoseof -Norway. Sweden and Denmark allies, .
a profit on meatsand( meat by-products) of less fund neither the town nor the con- Serbia, must be Included In this I whoso port have been open and who If we fan to tighten the black spoon ta

than 24 cents per dollar of sales-too small a sumers get any benefit whatever. plan are urgent In the extreme and' have been able to draw to some degree the hunger map or If we allow any' $
Nowhere in all of
ese my experience have relief. foreign to become darker the '
must Immediate upon supplies. portion verr
profit to have any appreciable effect on prices.f' municipal a hundred ulants towns Is this in Ontario.done. Thereare furnishing The gratitude of the Belgian nation Most of Russia I Is already In the peace for which we ought. and bled

light at 'average of 39cts. for the help America has extended to' throes of famine, and 40,000,000 people will be threatened. Revolt and anarchy ,t
per K., and no a-uarantee fund re- her during the war constitutes the i there are beyond the 'possibility of Inevitably follow famine. Should thl. q
quired so fas as I know, for if the collector strongest appeal for us to continue our help. Before' another, spring thousands happen we will eel In other part of
Swift & Company ] does his duty none is necessary work there. The moment the German I of them Inevitably must die. Europe a repetition of the Russian debacle / i
and an unnecessary'' burden is armies withdrew from her soil and she This applies a. weU to Poland and and our, fight,''for world peacfj"
.
'
., U. S. A.,." : a detriment and a waste. was established once more_In.her.ownYm4sT .1.1ijJJ practically throughout the Baltic tw will have been In vain ..__'".
'-'-'" --- -- --
, ,.',' 1"l/.l! i'J'I; !, {I I\\v It. is evident that Kissimmee must
"",'';,hr'" '" .p'' V;" build,more I,houses .'both new and '

. ". Joint**? ,y;"'''",<1'(' I'I cocd.biif: ",thejjcityvshall) continue to ; C"LO'U"D' ; " :
\ I It. .
.. Bed Cross ,J,,, growJfeltlistaUogeyidentgthatfithiawill!not be'! done'until there! is more -\\' \ .%; 'PLANK'S CH'I'LL'TONIC"FOR' ;

_,II6.J.-.v.oooo'o .- encouragement to investors, and (Written for Last Week.)) '
I
some of the town's ordinances which
who has been
Rose McKenzie -
advertise inefficiency, are relegated teaching school at Arcadia; arrived I
to "innoucuous desuetude." This, home Tuesday last for the holi- Influenza Malaria
on Colds LaGrippe ( ) '
however, I am told is hoped, and confidently days. ,
expected, will! be the case
next March. E. A. HAYWOOD. The Ladies Aid of the M. E. Church Chills and Fever'I
gave; a dinner on Tuesday at the An- I
nex, which was well attended and a I
4 fr*<" fr<"W Learn to Lookout for Yourself. goodly sum raised, which they will A Good Tonic.
Somebody has, declared that when use in a good.cause, {
25 and 50c at all Drug and General Store.
people learn to treat slight ailments i Foster Newton returned last week

,,: BARGAIN IN COUNTRY ESTATE sickness.themselves,Most there diseases will be have much their less i from mustered Camp out Wheeler of service.W. .having been I'' Manufactured only by the Tropical Operative Co. Jacksonville, Florida, i

origin in some minor ailment, and H. Derbyshire is among the .
late arrivals from New York and is -
.4 We have for sale a place that we consider absolutely,! the most i when that I is properly treated the pleasantly located at the Lake View ;i ing, Rev. G. W Brown officiating.

beautiful estate in Florida. We think an appropriate most' serious diseases may be. avoid Hotel. :J Her remains were laid to Decease3 i Ask Your Grocer*
ed. This is particularly true of throat Mrs. E. D. French was the truest ;]Mount/ Peace cemetery. !
title for it would be and lung troubles. Take Chamberlain's on Sunday of Mrs. G. W. Daugherty I]eaves a husband six children and r* ','
and niece, on Carolina avenue. 1 three grandchildren! to mourn her i wi
"A HAVEN OF REST"or Cough Remedy and give every The little baby boy of Mr. and Mrs. ]I oss. j til

"A MILLIONAIRES' PARADISE"It cold the attention"! deserves and you O. C. Knight; who has been quite ill, I i Mrs Grace Calkins and Miss Ray
will be able] ,to avoid some of the most Is improving. .;Stickney; have opened a restaurant in CHEEKMEALSCOFFEES
la located between two sparkling, crystal lakes; surrounded by serious diseases that afflict mankind. Miss Nellie Burns was calling on the; Johnson building, on Eleventh St. ,"

beautiful, tropical trees, and in a community, of magnificient This remedy' has been in use for friends in the East End Tue3day...,ev .
homes. It is only three miles from one of Florida's industrial ening. Chronic Constipation.
and its value
many years fully provo
Miss Epple spent
cities,. and is one-half mile from the Dixie Highway. It is equipped <<; en. Monday Mrs. Smith evening and with Mrs. Mary This disease is nearly always

with all modern conveniences; has eleven acres i in. lot; an Veeder, and brother, Mr. A. Daugh- wrought on by bad habits. To;effect

eight room modern house, a large variety of fruits, and a landscape Trove to yourself that you did not erty, and Mr. Dougherty, who had I i permanent cure you must correct
that an artist would revel at an opportunity to paint. After overestimate your earning capacityor the misfortune to hurt' his back, )js your habits. In the meantime take Best By Every Test

seeing this place one would think of the price reaching to seven your desire to keep your word slowly Mr. and improving.Mrs. W. R. Chamberlin Chamberlain': Tablets. They are

'a figures, but we have it listed at the astonishing price of only when you signed your war savings the late arrivals from the asy to take and most agreeable inffect.
I are among
$8,500.00. :!I1iaa. pledge.] north, to spend the winter with Mrs. They only cost a quarter. Subscribe for the Valley; Gazette.:
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HUTCHINS & COMPANYORLANDO THE NEW ,CALOMEL FINE property Mr. Ferdinand on Ohio Rath avenue has to sold Thomas his V9V999V999999999999

FLORIDA J. McConnack. t': You couldn't select a more acceptable Christmas Present (or. boy
your
FOR COLDS AND GRIPPE Samuel Buell of Ke'I'It-f; >hio, 196, O.
V I. is the new comers, and :
among; than
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e a410?99fi4+?40 0-0>9trv i fi's x :-:- Calotabs, the New Naniealeti Calo- is at the Bonair House for the winter. 9r a goodj.L C C

..,. ----- -- -- -- -. .-, - -, mel Breaks Over- 'Mrs. K. Baker of Benavon, Pa., arrived -
Severe Cold
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.o.tOO'OOOOOOO..OO .' night. at Mrs.: Hatcher's for the win

'Our Sincere Wish For All: ... : Physicians. and druggists' ; have at ter.Mr.. Tilton Wilson, from Gary Ind. I BICYCLE
: last found a quick and dependable arrived Tuesday evening! !!: and is a 'i
remedy for,colds and grippe. One Cal- guest at the Ferns Hotel for the win-
Happiness and Prosperity Throughout the New YearLupfer's : otab on the tongue at bed time with ter.
a swallow of water-that's all. Next Mr. Smith and family have movedto .
morning your cold has vanished and Fort Meade, where he has secureda
: your liver and entire system are purified position.Mr. .
.. I 'and refreshed without the slightest E. Balcom and Mr. and Mrs.
unpleasantness or interferencewith of Howard, Mass, arrived on .
Carr,
Insurant AgencyP. : appetite, diet or work. Monday for the winter. and its .usefulness and jvearing qualities leave no room,for argument
Doctors have contendedthat of Pleasant
always Jenness
: calomel- is the best medicine for View.Miss N.Edyth J., arrived Wednesday to We have Wheels for all sizes and ages. Let at sLow yea., .

0. BOX 664 -J. E. LUPFER, Manager colds, bronchitis and la grippe and spend the winter with her parents, :;.,. .RF
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"\ the first medicine to be given in pneu-. Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Westcott.
ooOtoo.o oOOOOOOOT monia and acute fevers. The new Miss Mary Kinsman, of Kinsman, '
.oooooooooo ooooooo.o.ooo. calomel Calotabs is purified and refined Ohio came in Friday last to spend BRYAN CYCLE CO.' k H
from all of the sickening and the winter. ,
1 CORRESPONDENTS WANTED dangerous effect and with the medicinal Miss Leila Johnson, who Is attend
Cold Cans Grip and Influenza
virtues vastly improved. ing college at Tallahassee, 1 Is expected
LAXATIVE BROUO QUDONETablM*remove tile The Gazette want a correspondent Calotabs are sold only in original home Saturday; for the holidays.Mrs. .
e.oaa Tb ce to coif ose ".... Qolala" In every community in Osceola county, sealed packages price 35c. Your George Marler died on Tues 105 'BROADWAY
&.w.aaovn ............. son Send in the new, it- will help the druggist recommend and guarantee day.'Dec, 10, at Dr. Chunn's hospital
paper and will keep your rection before them and will refund ;your money if Funeral services were held from the ,. ..
Subscribe for .the Valley Gazette, the public. . you are not delighted.-adv. Methodist church on Thursday; morn- . . . . . . . . . . . .... .. . . . . ... ,
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I-1 JUST A FEW SUGGESTIONS: taiKe Linen H.odllerchlefs, at .-________ 40 Ladies' Silk Lisle 'Hose, a pair ______:._____ .7 5 Men' Shirt, 75e to __ -t : 2.00 i''

Nice Hand Mirror. ?__________i.! _________$ .75 Ladies' Handkerchief, each, ICc, 15c aod__ .25 Ladie. Lisle Hose, a pair *_'._?___>-____ .35 Men Silk Gofers _? ---..---_----------- .50 r'.

Men' Suspenders __ __ __________________ .75 Men' Khaki Handkerchiefs, at --k__>______ .15 Men's Sweaters, fine values _?.____'-_______ 4.00 Men's Pan. Garter --------.--_----- --- .35 ,

Men'\ Silk Tie, at ...___,.___n_ __________ .50 Men's Silk Hose, pair 65c to __ -.-___..___ 1.00 Children's Sweaters, fine values _________,_. 1.00 M a'. Hat and Caps, 50c to '.____-____"____* 4.50

Men's Silk Handkerchiefs, at .a____________ .75 Ladies' Silk Hose, a pair ________________ 1.50 Ladies' Princess All. Wool Skirt, $5.75 to__ 11.50 Boys' Suits __ __________.:._____,__________ 6.00

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Nothing Shoddy and Common F. H. LAWSON Big Line of Shoes For the. Whole Family

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does not cease upon. honorable discharge model. three visible, as good a. new cleared and 'under fence: t acres I lu
:t't'.KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE Apply Valley Gazette. tf. bearing'orange grove; 12,000 worth
from the service., During the if, cypress timber on tract; four
period of readjustment to civil life, FOR' SALE-One of the best bargains room hous and kitchen. AI.o KO-
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77777 Din a house In Kissimmee. If you, Mr head of cattle and a good bunch of
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r. Every FrId.y..i a duty is owed these men and their Hftmrsetker. want a snap Call at range hogs loose on the range
_y K..I.._ Valley taertte C..7 families duty'practically ZOO Bryan street at any time after Farming tools and Implements Located I b
K..I......*. Flerlsa a impera 6.30 p., m.. for further1 Information near Kenansvllle Prlos '*.50.('
.. tive in the case of discharged ,men J, A. BARCLAY. 46 e half cash, balance terms.to suit B.
H. Guy, Kenansvllle. . 25-tf
; 'W. n. Harris., Rre.lde.l 91. -. physicially impaired. Red Cross will FOR BENT8roomfurnished; ;;
,e i I&. O. %... A it.e W SecretarySTle furnish aid in helping them adjust. 10-room house furnished; housekeeping FARMERS-Send today for a free sam.e .
..... .' N. 11 rooms: unfurnished' dwel \ published at Jacksonville, ,
.'I I. themselves to existing'social and lings Mrs E. E. Wells. tf pie copy of the Florida Farmer and .eTelli ,
." : ......, economic surroundings in the best -- about livestock raising dairy .
rI..I. Rales WILL TRADE _
or exchange: ('Itprop. ing poultry citrus fruit and k1ng.lwice
On. Copy One Tear.._.......*.._.$ ..0 Here are five important questionsfor manner poslll ble. erty for country property or stock a month .t 60c per year, 1 1Slockman.
One Copy. Six Month.__-......... I.00On of any kind. B. C. Miller. 18-tf three years for $1.(10. Only livestock
h Copy, Three'MonlliB.76; The family of 8 man honorably dis '- and general arming paper 111 the

4. .communication- except from our the people of this communityto charged .will ,be given informational' FOR BALE-Eighty acres: 12 acres at.te Write' toda)'. ,
service
and
authorised correspondents must be other during' at .least a .
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timed by the writer.Rejected year after discharge, and beyond e"M'< '< v0" M"C fr<"e 0"v> -> OOH- .,
wf11 think .
matter not be returned :
',Jl _1*.. called for. over that period applications !, for assistance 101 .'
be dealt with ?
individually
{ _(Entered Florida In, aa the second-class Poitofnce at matter.KlMlm) L Has this .town a live board of trade or similar at the may discretion of the Home Service Happy: 'j :

..i civic welfare body? sections. ,
Home Service will continue to the New Year !

EMSeRr 2. Has this town an enterprising business men's discharged soldiers and sailors .

association protect and promote the in- whether able-bodied or disabled and

their families; to the families,, of de.
of the merchants ? '
terests ceased soldiers and sailors; to the H

t4SrArE t- 3. Has this town a really competent.govern- families of men and women attachedto

hospital units as, nurses, doctors,
ment ? orderlies or ambulance drivers; to

h 4, Has this town: exhausted every effort to families of soldiers and sailors of any
PRE55P of the allied forces, living in this

bring new enterprises here ? country; and to the families of civilians ..

5. Has this citizens -who have been wounded or kill-
town enough progressive
Ring oui-
-FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1918 who talk and write and boost for it at all ?d as a direct result of war activities.We .. I ,i

11 1919. times and who spend their dollars here join with Editor W. B. Harris the false '

. instead'of with mail order houses ? of the Kissimmee Valley Gazette in
Home Grown strawberries are on expressing! joy over the news that his I : Ring in

the market. / I son, Bradley, was recovering from I : n
r Fellow citizens, when we can truthfully answer yes to these the
being gassed at the last battle of the i : true i
'' Make this a red letter year in the questions then this place will buzz with progress, will leap Argonne. Bradley and the editor of .

i, history of Kissimmee. ahead in population and will truly thrive as it ought to. the Herald were at one time a part I': .

of the force of the Valley Gazette : We never Substitute.
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1 the bulkheeding movement. 9-9.9-9-9 other that will last till the end. t ..

Bradley enlisted "in the 'Marines cats
I The tourist visitors are finding .
___ something like a year/ ago, and was apart I
unusually good fishing in Lake To- NURSE .
I' of that brave corp that went THE CENTRAL'S SAYS: I

hopekal ga. : the struck
and such
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t We wish you a happy New Year!
,r Now father will have to hump himself ally! known but In some Instances the J variety using 350 canes. From the the Huns.-St. Cloud Herald. .

'to pay for the Christmas presents air men have paid as high as $50' to crop she manufactured 10 gallons of I The Westmoreland' (Kan$.) 'Reporter We wish you hapPiness all the days of this New ,f
have their ships guarded during their 1 syrup. She kept an accurate account
he received. stay in some townsand it is safe to >of the process and found that 60 gallons each week publishes a gist of I Year and for all the years to come. .. "
say they will visit that place as littleaspossible of juice would' make 10V6 gallons (news taken from its files of 'years .. .,
Make this your New Year's resolution where such a hold up was : of syrup, and that in the 60 gallons] ago Under the heading, "News
To be must feel
well to feel
to boost Klssimmee 'this. year, permitted.Now i lof juice, 8 gallons of) sugar could be Thirty Years Old," we find the following happy you ; welljuse; .

first, last and always.; convenience the of boys the appreciate landing field all and the i !pund.i The. record of this crop is the more Eggsare 8'cents, a dozen our pure medicines. 1 4

the kindly interest the people have I remarkable] when it is known it was butter 7.to 10 cents a pound chickens
Golf enthusiasts who' spent last shown in them at every visit; conse- grown without fertilizer of any kind. $1.50 a dozen. Comparing these with To be beautiful use our beautifiers, toilet articles !!
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season here. are already beginning to quently whenever a cross country : The next time the' world Is'short of today's prices ought to make a Dominick and preparations.
t :.return to Kissimmee. flight is mentioned at the camps, "Me! sugar it might be well for the Florida rooster and old brindle feel like w .
for Klssimniee," is a general cry.. pine land to ,be put to this .use 7
The air men are not slow in telling: whistling. "Tipperary" and "Blue Buy from us;and KNOW it is .right., . "
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Juniors of the High "
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business trip touching a number of i; holders of the State' Hank of Klsslm-/
Did the American people ever have towns remarked "You hear it School and a' few friends Monday at mee will be held at the office of said *<-XVWHX4< 8 0 fr<"0 M"0-oooo ooo .
greater cause to be merry than now : can her home on Dakin avenue complimentary Hank on Thursday January 9th; at2Zt .
The other .
everywhere dayat Z -- -
you go. p. m. -- -- ---- -- - - ---
when more of our boys are reaching Tampa I was asked what fascination to Minkie and Arthur Card- C. A. CARSON.:> Pres
_ our shores every day from "overseas" our city had for the air men. ,her who are leaving this week for

ervice. Jacksonville they were praising it was it the so same highly.story.At i their The new entire home party in Sanford.were Arthur's 1 Classified Advertisements i itl t

In estimation( that/ landing: field guests at the moving pictures earlyin .' .
If believe in the bulkheading my then assembled at MiuAlpha's
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you hereIn the evening I
and the courtesy of the people 1
'f project, day so. If not, what move extending the hospitality of their home to amuse themselveswith tl iioi.mti n1R1t1VS. NEW '

ment do you suggest to stimulate homes to these fellows have done games and amusements. In a Coo ACRES 'good land on open road !
cake contest Miss Ruth Campbell won well locntfd. YEAR i
the of more to advertise Kissimmee than unimproved Rood HolI"jll..t
business and promote growth
the prize and 'Lib" Ledbetter was the place for a nice little stockand 4
that has been done in the
anything
fruit farm Full particulars
the city. to"
1 eight and a half years I have been given a consolation. Interested. parties: fry easy tfrmslfrlc I GREETINGS
and assorted cakes refreshed .
here." Fruit punch $ld 50 per acre !
What's the matter with making a Mr, Crawford called attention to the guests 3-ROOM: Cottage and three lots In I '', :
Prospect Add Rood pur.' soft water.fine '
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pedal effort to clean up the city's the fact that the air plane game had At the party were: Missis Minkie vegetable? land. I'rlce $37fl One '
streets and private property before just' begun in fact was in its infancy Gardner; Ruth Campbell Margaret third (cash balance In one and two .
Kenton Louise Hess Edith Miller: years An easy WilY to Ret a home. H
hut would be developed into an established .
the State Live Stock Association convenes : Harvev Porchie Pherigo, Per- J2.HOOHou': > furnished full of :
Lucile
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t' industry and that Kissimmeewas boarders well located Rood garden, '
here next month. With 400 in on the ground floor when it cie Oliver, Freda Schweikart Ethel large lot good water, money maker, '

ctrangers expected from all parts of came to a desirable stopping place Allen, Lois Overstreet, Lib wells Ledbetter Lillian, only .12500 Here, Terms Is a going of payment concern If making deslrid. --
the State Kissimmee should present not only for the ships, but for the Ethel Johnson Dorothy money, best of reasons for Bel- +
also.METHODIST. Harris and Lenore Van Duzer; Mes HnRBKAUTIFUk. Rcook
as. favorable impression as possible flyers
srs Arthur Gardner, Bryan and Bur- HOME on Rood residence"
0- I ton' Ames, Carlyle and Irlo Bronson, street .six well built rooms good
SUNDAY SCHOOL porches, fine hearing fruits plenty
"ME FOR KISSIMMEE" Eckhart C. H. Summers Bert
Emory room for another house, rood barn 1t
SAYS AVIATION MEN GIVE CHRISTMAS PROGRAM. Wells and John Graham. They were room for two mnahlnes, wood shed y 1'81Y
rr r-- (I I chaperoned by Misses Myrtille Beals delightful chicken house, plenty bearing fruits .
aaa-a.aaaa.aa) Christ'maa pretty place partly furnished
4 the
celebrated by Eleanor Moseley.
was ant) Price fotqulck turn, only
Now'that the subject of civic .(improvement First Methodist Sunday School withan $2S Is under general discussion interesting program at the church CHRISTMAS EXERCISES AT ft HA: It LY TWO Acres of good truck,
it wouldn't be out of placn to land fine flowing well six room ,
when the
Tuesday night at 7 o'clock
x THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHThe house close In, just the place for ftGR ;
note what has been accomplished for following members of the school par- fine strawberry Industry and have ,
Kissimmee when the business men, cipated: High school and. church advantages $If S/I \
backed by the city officials and the Song-Mrs. J. L. Overstreet's class Christmas program of the three. blocks away. Price / ,
in $185(1( Terms If d..lr..d.SO .
be
First Church will given
courtesy of the people showed a little"pep" Overstreet. Baptist sets Im.provements .
Scripture-Mr. ACRES Rood land two of IFS
with the result that it is now Song-Small children.' their auditorium next Sunday even- good bearing trove, different iFvERp -
''One of the most talked of towns in Scripture-Mr. Busbee. ing at 7 o'clock. Miss Ethel ,Gilbert, kinds of fruits extra fine
assisted by Mrs. P. K. Weaver, are in land Rrove properly managed will
the state.
The Story-Thelma Woodall. which follows: soon pay for place. Worth $&000.
Not many months ago the aviators Song-Chorus.: charge of the program but owner Is' s non-resident and
Carlstrom began Song-"Hail to the Lord Who wants a reasonable offer. Come I*.tus i
from Dorr and Fields Explanation of' Centenary move WE WISH YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR.
chorus. show you a Ilve'bargaln.OftFAT
about Florida week-end Comes girls
flying on ment-Prof. R. M. Evans. OPPORTUNITIES for safe and
i trips and the question of an adequate Prayer-Dr. Summers. Story-Miss Mary Bryan. profitable Investments. All kinds of IF YOU HAVE USED OUR GROCERIES DURING THE PAST '
landing place here was immediately RecItation-Ruth harry, Song" Shall We Give to city homes truck farms, stack YEAR YOU HAVE HAD GOOD HEALTH BECAUSE OUR HIGH i
Ruth Herzberg and Louise ranches, and Improved lands Correspondence
agitated. A few of the business men tation-Geneva Roberson. Jesus solicited Healthiest( QUALITY FOODS ARE WHOLESOME AND NOURISHING. *\ i
who realized the good to the city Song-Chorus. :MrClain. country In the U. S
which might come from getting into Recitation-Frances Bailey. Recitation-James Earl Lupfer. Jr; NELSON:> REALTY COMPANYOver IF YOU HAVEN'T BOUGHT YOUR GROCERIES FROM US

line with Kissimmee the movement should have determinedthat land Dialogue-Ruth Parker and Clara I Reading Solo-Wilhelmina-Miss Carolina Carson.LaricasteJl.Sonp"Virginlas . State flank MAKE A RESOLUTION NOW TO DO SO ALL NEXT YEAR AND ;i

a Sue Ledbetter. Lullaby," Mrs.P. WANTED:> -Two maids and pantry women.Oraystof YOU AND YOURS WILL BE HAPPY AND HEALTHFUL..
ing second to none-In Florida outside Overstreet. :
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the official fields at the encampments. Quartette-Walter Bass Murray K. Weaver. e_H21.! GIVE US YOUR GROCERY ORDER TODAY.

The city co-operated with the plan Overstreet, C. II. Summers, Jr.. and I Recitation-Ruth Herzberg. I WILL BUY LIBERTY BONDS and .
and their combined efforts were not Recitation Janette Graves and pAY yOU .cash for them at marketvalue.
Byron Ames. .. Advise amount and what
.abated until Kissimmee was officially Reritation-Christie Summers. Margaret Waring. Issue you have Room 43-20 West SOME} OF OUR SPECIALS:
.4 recognized as one of the stops on the Violin Clyde: Harris. Song" "Oh chorus.Little Town of Bethlehem Porsylh .street Jacksonville, Kin Pillsbury Flour, 24 Ib sack.. 1.65 Try our Wilson Certified

regular cross country flights to Song-"Joy to the World." girls AUTOMOBILE WANT O--To buv. or Pillsbury Flour 12 Ib sack_ .80
northern points. The matter was not Benediction. Summers. Dismisal-Mrs. N. C. Bryan. hire for three months.. Must be Coffee, per pound...___ .39
; allowed to drop there, but when the good and cheap. I1., Care ValleyOa.etle. Gold Medal Flour, 24 Ib sack 1.65 Oat Meal, 9c Ib, 3 for_.... .25

first detachment of boys flew here'they MRS. BASS GROWS FINE SUGAR 'RED CROSS HOME SERVICE l-8t-pd,. Gold Medal .Flour, 1_$. Ib sack .80 4 Ibs Hudnuts meal, _______ .25
were given a general reception, I TO CONTINUE ITS WORK FOR SALE-Lots at $60: two-room Self Rising Flour, 24 Ib sack 1.65 4 lbs Hudnuts
CANE. Grits ________ .25
the keys to Kissimmee were formally house and lot, 1285. Address C. k.
,,given to them by Mayor Cadet, and I Mr. Joe C. Logan, director of civilian Oelti, Klealmmee, Fla. 62-St-pd. Fancy Blue Rose Rice, Ib.. .12 Sweet Potatoes, peck ___.__ .4.0
they were jmade to feel that the Mrs. Fanny Bass, who lives on !her relief for the southern divisionof FOR RENT-Nlca Furnished H"u.e. Fancy Calif. Peaches, can .29 Other things accordingly.

t homes were their to enjoy on every grove property not far from Kissimmee -: the American Red Cross, has Issu- Apply to :J. McPhatter. 28-tf
occasion of visit -here. can safely defy the hl cost of
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1 A* 'a result a of this timely move- syrup or sugar this year, for an experiment ed a re-definition of the field of Home FOR at attractive SALE-Second-hand prices Osceola Ford Motor car. THE CUT PRICE CASH

?K jnent., scarcely a day passes but one in raising cane has resulted Service, which has just been received Co., 107 Broadway. GROCERY

or more chips arrive here. When they )in some astonishing data on that crop from National headquarters.The PHONE 141
out at the field; the city Tor this section of Florida. obligations of the Red Cross DWELLINGS Tiller. for rent.. Apply to M 422 BROADWAY
furnishes a trustworthy boy scout to Mrs.Bass planted a'little lees than OUT OF TOWN ORDERS SHIPPED SAME DAY
R1aeo i on.guard. It may DOt be gener- one forth of an acre of the La Green to families of soldiers and sailors FOR SALE-On Emerson Typewriter,

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I Mrs. Lloyd Correll is spending the the community singing with their instruments. 4 .o.++4.+!+.o+{4+44+4.+ +t++4++++++*+44$ 4 +4-4-o-c -'
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I INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS I holidays with friends In St. Peters Mi.. Smith and these 1 I :,

burg.. musicians who are taking an interest.

I J.; H. Simmons, one of St. Cloud's in the community singings, visited .
.. "Oo.tOOOO"tOOO.ttt- C. H. Funk made a business trip well) known citizens, was in town Sat Bassville, Pleasant Valley and Kissimmee -I I ,

to Atlanta last week. urday.Prosecuting. Park last week,

.1 Weather Report C. E. Carlson of St. Cloud I is transacting I : attorney W. B. Craw FRANK AND EDGAR BRYAN. ANNOUNCEMENT '

business, in Kissimmee ..today, ford made a business trip to Lake
'land INJURED .
Friday. IN ACCIDENT
Miss Alberta Hopson visited her ,
parents at Leesburg during, the holidays I Harry Deyoreo came up from Tampa As a result of an accident on the .
Following are daily tempera.
t to spend the holidays with his family -
Dixie Highway just beyond Lakeland
tures and precipitations as reported here -
U. S. Senator Friday morning, two young men of ,
by Government stationst Nathan Bryan. of
I W. F. Parker and A. Cotterman TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS ,
Kisnnmee! foh week ending Jacksonville, visited Ex-Senator c.., A.j I this city have been seriously hurt, :
i motored to Tampa on business Frt-!
and another will be unable to walk
Carson this .
Thursday Dec. 26 1918. week.
I day, returning home that evening. about for some time FOLLOWING THE WISHES: OF THE UNITED

Mac MInI Rain Louis Schmidt is at home from | Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bryan, .receiveda Frank Bryan, son at Mr. and Mrs.F. STATES '
Camp Jackson S. C. GOVERNMENT AND THE DEMANDS OF THE
Thursday __?... 74 60 spend the holidays., on furlough to : wire Saturday from their 'son Nathan C. Bryan.: his, cousins, Edgar Bryan

Friday .______? 73 65 that he had. landed from "over' and Charlie McGhee started for I MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE; MERCHANTS :'
L. M. Marsh '
> and family of Avon '
'. Tampa early in the morning on a I ,
Saturday '::-____- 76 '63 Park, are spending the holidays with IS", B. H. Pherigo came home from business mission., When they were I FROM WHOM WE BUY GOODS, WE MUST LARGELY :

.' Sunday ..:_______ 77 64 relatives In Kissimmee., j I'Tltusville to spend Christmas Day just' past the city of Lakeland a !
AND .
Monday d.---) .j":, 79 65 1 For Rent-Two furnished fiats,,, with his parents. Mr. and Mrs.' J. L. plumber from Lakeland, named Watson 'CURTAIL CREDIT, BUSINESS, WHEN CREDIT

.. Tuesday '!....? 75 61 e 5th; modern conveniences. W. B... Pherigo. ,., driving a heavy car, started to IS EXTENDED IT MUST BE BY SPECIAL ARRANGE.
-Urn's; Gazette office. 38ti.Mrs I Carlyle Bronson who is enrolledat dash past the boys it is said, with- '
Wednesday __*_ ,64, 57 horn. AND
out sounding his Unfortunately MET( WITH A-DEFINITE TIME OF PAYMENT .,
the Academy re- .
Military ,
Georgia
oH t tOO 0 0 0.00 s . .000.0.. A. W. Bailey and daughter weeks there was a culvert just in frontof
two
home '
I turned Saturday'for FIXED-CREDIT TO BE STOPPED UPON NON-PAY-
Frances left today for Tampa to be them and Watson swung his car
For Sale-Four mules, W.J. Miller: the guest of her sister, Mrs., Walker, vacation.. back onto the road .to prevent ditch MENT AT .
MATURITY.
, I j I Marvin Driggers, who has been it the back wheels skidded and '
'46-tl Mrs._ L. H. Ingram and" daughter,; ing '
Miss Mattie Bandy spent Sunday Irene, left today for Arcadia, ,where stationed at Newport News and, has has struck the 'boys' car and, both machines i : IN ADDITION'' TO THIS, IN EXTENDING CREDIT
r' in Orlando. they will visit relatives for some been dismissed from. service;'. went over the bank- at the side
time. returned home. of the highway. WE SHALL BE COMPELLED TO ASK FOR A TRADE

Cutex Manicure Articles" at, Central Mir. and 'Mrs. Stewart ..Hutl'manca.mle Gerald Rivers is home from the Edgar Bryan who was driving, ACCEPTANCE' OR NOTES WHICH ARE BANKABLE. '
, Drug Store. Phone 41. Up from Davenport to spe1'ldChristmas Georgia Military Academy spend was found in front of thewreck'unconscious -:

? "Strlck" Graham spent the early with their daughter. Mist ,'the holidays with his parents, Dr. badly cut about the head : IN BEING FORCED TO ADOPT THIS NECESSITY ;
part of the week in Jacksonville Mona. and Mrs. T. M. Rivers. and with one arm broken at the elbow '
on
business. For Sale-Six thoroughbred black.j' Private'Dan Johnson.who has been and the other above the wrist. ON JANUARY 1, 1919, WE FEEL SURE THAT YOU,
"Jackson Columbia Frank Bryan waa! wrapped about a
stationed at Camp ,
Captain Kenny arrived Irst week minorca. roosters. C.,;:::;e while they S. C., has been dismissed from telephone pole and an investigation of WHO HAVE BEEN OUR LOYAL CUSTOMERS HERETOFORE '

from Texas. and is the guest of D. G. last. q. W. HUe, inquire Gazette of- the service\ and has returned home. I his condition found his head badly cut- t-. FULLY UNDERSTAND THE TRYING TIMES ,,

Wagner, and family flee. 51-tf Benny Hansel, son of Mr. and Mrs. with as many as, seven gashes, as
Wood Tyner made a business trip C. B. Crumb and family'have arriv. Charles Hansel, has been dischargedfrom many more on one knee and his hip ; :; WHICH ALL' MERCHANTS WILL HAVE TO MEET

to Jacksonville Sunday. returningwith ed from Mount Union, Pa., to spend military service, and returned injured. Charlie McGhee was thrown i.
a Hudson Super Six "Ipe dster:' the winter at their pleasant cottageon home this week from Columbia, S. C. through a barbed wire fence but escaped -' DURING THE RECONSTRUCTION PERIOD AND THAT'

For that cough use Nyal'g Cough Mabbette street. L Sergeant Newell of Dorr Field, Ar- with ankle.cuts and bruises. and ,a :: YOU WILL ALL DO YOUR PART IN HELPING US TO

Syrup the best you ever used. 25c Mrs. Ethel Lee Bass has returnedto cadia, came home with Sergeant .Albert sprained
at Central' Drug Store. Phone 41.: 1 her home in Jacksonville after Bearden to spend the holidays The Lakeland boys were and their taken parents to a hospitalin wired : : CARRY OUT OUR OBLIGATIONS TO OUR COUNTRY ,

Miss Orpha Rose came home this spendingthe" holidays at the. home' of ,at the .home of the latter in this city. to. Mr.. Bryan left immediately for 1 f ,TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND TO OURSELVES.
II week from Tallahassee to spend the Mr. and Mrs R. T. Butler. I I F. M. Ludlow, who J's one of Kis- ':Lakeland and brought home Frank }. 0

holidays with her mother, Mrs. A., Dr. M. J. Hicks left Monday for simmee's traveling' salesmen who I{ and Charlie, but Edgar's condition : .
Rose. Atlanta to spend the holidays with make their headquarters here, is i, was such that he could not be moved '
Mrs. D. C. Wheeler, who) is teaching his son-in-law and daughter. Col.! and home for the holidays with his family for a week at least.
4 school at Maitland. came down Mrs. J. M. Wood, of that city. I Watson and the man who was with Osceola '
Hardware Co.Sii
for the week-end, combining business Miss Frances West, a Y. M. C. A. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hobbs arrived I him, were unhurt, and their car little

with pleasure. I secretary, with headquarters at Richmond -I from Columbus, Ga., this week, to I damaged, though the Ford was practically .
Miss Anna Wilson of Winter Haven was the guest of Miss Inez spend the Christmas holidays with wrecked.
who was the week-end guest of Carson for the Christmas season. their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.. Grif.
Miss Mattie Belle Harris, returned to Senator Nathan Bryan, U. S. Marshal fin. CAPTAIN GEIGER RETURNED; ,

her home Monday. . Boswell.] both of Jacksonville,, James Buckles, who,is employed by WILL RESUME PRACTICE
Mrs. T. A. Bass and fanily motored Lieutenant Gunn. Dr. Chalker Chas.A. the Bell Telephone Company at 'Day- +< o... o ooooO.O..OOOt .oooooo

up from Avon Park to spend Carson, Jr., Jim Carson, and W. J. tona, came home for Christmas and Captain Hugh Geiger returned Sun .
Christmas with B. C. Miller and family Steed, were a congenial party leaving 11 few days with his parents Mr. and,,day from Camp Johnston, whet- he
and other relatives. on a big hunt at Camp Hammock. Mrs. C. Buckles. has been stationed. Captain Geiger

,Lieutenant L. D. Knettles of Spo- They are expected home Monday. 1: Guy Stroup who is in tR* baking ,has been dismissed from thc !service '
kane T J. Burckhalter, W. H. Arnold,, Carlstrom field, Arcadia f will his He \
Washington, stationed at Dorr department at and resume practice here. 1
Field was the Week-end guest of Mr. ;i \V. E. Sanderson A. J. MacDonoughand came up to spend Christmas with will open offices over the Roberson I !
and Mrs. W. B. Crawford. / : 1 Fred Bailey, general manager for the home folks, and will return to his drug store. Captain and Mrs. Geigernml ,

Mr. and Mrs. Wood Tyner, Mrs. the Coe-Mortimer in Fertilizer Co., with duties tomorrow. small son Huh, Jr., will make '

Harry Piano and Mrs. Eugene Bryan; 'caving headquarters the last of Jacksonville the week on are a i I M'RS' Anna Whitle, the Historv their home with Mr.. and Mrs. N B.:

motored to Orlando Tuesday, combin- hunting trip down the lake to Kicco. teacher of the Osceola }High school, Carson.
ing business with pleasure.Mrs. I' l lEft Saturday to spend the holidays Captain Geiger was the first phys-
.Paul Marks arrived
in Kissimmee
ician from Osceola to volunteer i'N
David- county
James
her friend, Mrs.
M. Katz, Mrs. L. H. Ingram with
,,
this week on a furfough;: to' spend the for service, receiving his coni'
:
Mrs. A. W. Bailey and Mrs. F. Frain,, son, At Palmetto.Walter .
ho>litlavs with his parents Mr.! and, Mrs. 'I I Kissimmee's'well mission on July 10, 1917. Eugene
were a pleasant party motoring! / S. D. Marks. Private :Marks has seen ) Thomas one of
who is Bryan,
Bryan, now Major
Orlando afternoon.Mrs. who 1 Is em-
known
Saturday men
front service in France and was in young: Marion Farmer, who has earned the
Nellie W.. Taylor demonstration -I the hospital for several months.! He ployed with the Merrill-Stevens .shipyards title of Lieutenant, and Captain Geiger
agent for Orange county; motored I(will report for duty to Gamp Wheeler ; at Jacksonville!! is visiting ; were the three men from this
to Kissimmee Saturday for a brief ",n the close of his furlough. I, friends in Kissimmee this week.' county who left for officers training \

visit with Miss Albina Smith. I Lieutenant Graham of Dorr Feld I Messrs. Charlie Regero, William camps after the declaration was made .}

For children's coughs and co'di, and Oscar :M. Johnson, managing editor I and Harry Arnold, Bert Wells and that war existed. k
use Pino-Lactuca, ,the effective cough of the Jacksonville Metropolis,, I Gordon Bullock, left Kissimmee rri- '; KtlHMKI.YKN i AS OThERS SEE .""0 tt.. .,(
syrup. Contains no opiates. 50c at I will) be the holiday guests of Prosecuting I'I day\ in the "Dot" for a two day.launch FOR MRS. TYNER. About the only war or at'leait one i>f'the best ways ,v
4 Central Drug Store. Phone 41. Attorney. B. Crawford and trip down the lake. mirrors attached
'" Mrs. C. F. Burrows entertained at to Oothla. Is by. mean of the splendid ,
Mrs. .J. A. Lancaster has returned; I|his family. They arrived for Christ. Miss 1Iarlaret'Stanford returned six o'clock dinner Monday in honorof to our dr..anrs, chiffonier and dressing tables.' ,
College -
from a visit with her daughters, Mrs. mas day and then went on an auto ( home this week from the State Mrs. Wood Tyner'a birthday, when, ." '
Niles B. Miller, Berkley Springs. W.Va .. tour of take and DeSoto counties. for Women at Tallahassee and plates were laid for seven. I '' ,
,
with her \\ I! ,*IIH A* itIiTit'L.Ji AIHH'T lUll MIIIIIOR1
,, and Mrs. R. A. Wiley, Greenville, Rev. R. A. Hodnett, who has been I will spend the holidays par-
Tenn. appointed to the pastorate of the ents. Mr. and Mrs. H. Clay Stanford. FOR OUT OF. 'TOWN GUEST... ,a* we are about the design make and flnlih ottba, ,

\\\Xjill !iiMrand; Mrs. A. M. Story, received First Methodist church of Kissimmee, I Mrs. G. W. McGowan'received word , 'FurnturetaeIt. and you mill always ,be ableatoJVHBCI; '. ;,,,
1 Misses Grace and. Gussie'4.Winn: j i aabfapos. '!*- .jEjteirmy
McGowan,
l'f.f: 'i,!:> ';,word i this week from their son Sam, came up from Plant City and con. this week'from Sergeant tothe best advantage throuith ,thej .
ducted the usual services of that he had returned to the ,,were charming hostesses Monday,: '
: Sunday
./I /.hofs in the navy department, stating (/.tatinll: been sent to a night, at their home on Orlando j JaveJ fattached to, Furnltiiro purchased''her l| '
Uhat he is stationed London, ,that denomination. He returned 'to United States and had
tEngland.rRaymond: '. Plant City Monday and will move his I demobilization camp at Merrell, N. J. nue, in I' honor ofj their guestjj Miss *
family here the last of the week. Sergeant McGowan expects to' he Freda Kninrht, of DeLand, who "isspending GRANTHATM1
home from
Bearden came 'I with
the holiday .season ..
Montgomery, Ala., where he is servIng -| Mrs. Bartow Dutton left Thursday home very shortly. them. .Thf Satufactory! Start"
: in the aviation department, on a night for her home in Georgia, after f :Messrs. J. Earl Lupfer and Holmes I! The rooms were attractively decor-

furlough with his mother, to spend spending Christmas with her parents, Prather are telling the best hunting decorated with holly and, other greenery .,
and '
Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Roberson. Her' story up to date this season, out '
with touches of red to carry :
and daughter, wee Miss Frances, will remain -brought in the game to prove it. They -
Mrs. Bartow Dutton wee daughter the thought of the Christmas season.
for a longer visit with her went out to the woods near Kissim! -' .l
arrived Monday from their Georgia .hunt this week The lights were masked with ted I
home to spend the Christmas holidays grandparents. mee for a few days' shades and a tiny Christmas. tree '
I Mrs. Frank Rhea has arrived from and returned with two deer and a wild .
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. centered the dining table. ;
Z. Roberson. her home in Washington. D. C., and turkey. I An amusing: program was arrangedand &
Lieutenant Gunn. of the Medical is pleasantly domiciled at the home i Norris Harris, 'a former teacher in'' the guests made merry with. J
who is stationed at ,Fort Ogle-; lof .Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stanford. Mrs. the Osceola High school, arrived in these contests and games. Miss
corps Ga. down with Dr. and Rhea made many friends during her Kissimmee Tuesday to spend Chjist- Freda Knight was the fortunate winner

r thorpe.Mrs. Chalker, came, and is the guest at the ,' stay last year who will be 'giatifledto mas, the guest< of Mrs.. F. G. Thoma- of the prize in the penny contest .. 1.IJ
4 home. learn of her return. aon and daughters. Mr. Harris is engaged and Miss Ethel Gilbert received the .
A Carson
C. Mr. and Mrs. -William Riddle and in the cattle business In South ('On olation. '-. t.ci
I Clarence Johnson, who school is i ithc Hampton naval : -I daughter Margaret, of Willard, Ohio Florida and will make his headquarters -I The evening concluded when hotY WJ&.sihk i 4rgjr'
training -
officers at.
Roads ,home Sunday night have arrived in Kissimmee to spend I at Plant City. The evening concluded with refreshments % ,
came the winter a'nd' are comfortably located At a recent meeting' of the officers when hot (chocolate and
on furlough. lie will report for -luty at Mrs. W. C., Gilbert's, on Main I and members of the Christian church, wafers were served. '

again December 30th. street. Mr. Riddle has been a sub- In unanimous call was.extended to Dr. I The guests list included, : Misses !
Mr. and Mrs. Jennings of Roanake scriber to the Valley Gazette for the 1 Coleman, the present pastor, to serve Freda Knight, Sammie Dixon of Or.
City, Va., have arrived in Kissimmeefor past eight years, and this is his third the church the ensuing year at an increased lando Ethel Gilbert, Oudia Malloy, "I
a- visit with their relatives, Mrs.J. I winter here. salary. The pastor Is natur- Mattie Belle Harris. Orpha Rose, Helen .1
A. Lancaster'and Mrs. C. W. Bass, the hearty commendation Bass Mattie
I Mr. and Mrs. S. H. DeGroot arrived ally gratified over Margarett and Stan-
They may decide to locate in this city. in the city this week from of his work which this action ford, and Claribelle McGhee; Messrs. "

:Miss Clara Belle McGhee arrived Youngstown Ohio, and are comforta- indicates Bert Wells, Shetdon Johnson, Roy I
Sunday night from her home in Macon bly located at the Grayston for the Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gardner and Brink, Dick Bullock, Gerald Rivers, 1
to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. winter. Mr. and Mrs. DeGroot have ,family are moving to Sanford this Walter' B. Bass, Glenn Rose and William ,
I' F. C. Bryan, for the holidav season. been coming here for a number of week, where they expect to make Arnold.CHRISTMAS.
Miss McGhee is Mrs. Bryan's niece. years, and have many friends in Kis- their permanent residence. Mr. Gard- !

Albert Bearden came up from Arcadia simmee who are always glad to wel- ner is employed as yard engineer TREE AT .
and Raymond came from Montgomery come them. there. The family has lived in Kis C. B. WOODALL'S Do you want Santa Claus - Ito

Ala.. to spend the Christmas | Rull Bass was host on a pleasant simmee fot' years and it is with regret
holidays with their mother. Both motor trip to Kenansville last Friday, that their many friends here learnof On Christmas Eve a merry crowd leave a Victrola at your house? .
young men are in the aviation service.,I having as his guests editor W. B. this intended move. assembled at the home of Mr. and

Miss ,Ella Mae and Prather Gilbert, H 'rrls and daughters, Misses Martha One of the attractive features of Mrs. G. B. ,Woodall, 16 West'Park, to Come in and see the various styles of Victors '
came home from Jacksonville, where Bell)) and Lillian, Miss Anna Wilson, of the Osceola County Stock and Home I enjoy the annual festivities of a
they are employed, to send tho holidays !- Winter Haven, Miss Virginia Tiller, Grown Feed Exhibit will be a stock Christmas tree. At five-thirty the and Victrolas. Tell us which you like best andwe'll ' ,
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Master Clyde Harris. The occasion sale. Manager Pat Johnston. who i is> living room doors were open and the
J. R. Gilbert. They expect to returnto was the annual cane grindingat I in charge of this department, said children entered with bright faces pass the word along to good old St. Nick.

Jacksonville Sunday. the home of Mrs. Clyde Bass. .1[they would endeavor to have sonic and happy hearts. We'll all the details-even terms "
Misses Gussie Winn stock sale then and I The first on the proogram was a arrange easy
Grace and ar- W. C. Ledford and wife of Jackson- i pure bred on '
riv d Friday night from Tallahassee, vile] 111., arrived in Kissimmee in 'would guarantee that jtwould be Christmas song and story by Mrs. if desired- and see that the instrument is delivered
. where they are students In the Florida time for Christmas and will remain Florida raised and not in danger of I Woodall, then a reading by MISS
State College] for Women. They here till the sun shines warm at their II contracting tick fever. Thelma Woodall. The program walt whenever you ,want it. ,

were accompanied by Miss Freda Illinois home again. They spent the 1 1 Lieutenant Fred Hill and wife', who followed by the distribution of pres- Victrolas $15 to $300. Victors $10 to ,$100. I
ents to the little folks after which
of DeLand their for a'' two with ,
Knight. guest winter here years ago when Mr- are spending the holidays the
around to the
few days. Ledford purchased valuable propertynear former's parents at Narcoossee, were candy was passed
7 A rumor has been circulating on the city. They will occupy welcome visitors in Kissimmee Sat- guests. The rooms were beautifully .
the streets today to the effect that"Sabe" apartments at the home of H. M. i urday. Lieutenant Hill is one of Os.ceola's decorated with the red and ''green colors R. DeWitt BrowPIANds
of Christmas Time. Those presentwere
Rhymes a former Osceola Breaker.Dr. I. young men who has distinguished ,
:
county citizen, has been killed by a W. B. Witherspoon came down. himself in military service. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Woodall, Mr.
panther, while hunting in the "Big by auto from the Florida Sanitorium I He wears the stripes denoting a years' and Mrs. W. W. Bell, Mrs. Elizabeth VICTROLAS _ _ '
_ Cypress" below Fort Myers. Rhymes at Orlando last Sunday morning and I I service at home and one abroad and Floyd, Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Seiver,
_ _ q is well known here and for years lived filled his pulpit at the Presbyterian the badge of an expert rifleman. Mrs. Frank Collier, Mrs. ;J. D. Jef 205 Emmett St. '
near Whittier, but moved to Fort church. He had been out of his pulpit Lieutenant Hill has been dismissed '
lords Mrs. R. S. Floyd. Mrs. T. J. _
Pierce. The stories of his death are for ten consecutive\ Sundays; three from the army and will return to his Woodall Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Siever, 4 r
,
I", conflicting and as yet no authentic in. October on. account. of the "flu" former position with the General Electric Mrs. G. N. Combs and small daughter I-

version has been found. and the other -Sundays on account of Co., in New York. Misses Myrtle Collier, Susie Bell, CHRISTMAS ,DINNER. MISS LAWSON HOSTESS. ''
Dave Lockhart; who is superintendent the critical illness of Mrs. Wither Miss Albina Smith county demonstration Thelma Woodall and Marie Harper; -
of the race department of the spoon. He reports: )\trs. Witherspoon agent, accompanied by Mrs. Messrs. Roy Bell, Harry Woodall, 'Mr. and' Mr.: J. M. Gardner celebrated A beautifully appointed d nei iC\ '
Mid-Winter Fair at Orlando, and W. slightly1' improved and expresses the Verna Ellis, Messrs. Charles Regero Milton and Tommie Bell. Joseph Jof- the Christmas anniversarywith party were given by Miss Janette '
-i S. Jennings, who owns a string of hope of being able to fill his pulpit and Harold Herzberg, motored to fords. Billy Bell, Edgar Woodall, Edna a bountiful dinner at their homeon Lawson in honor of Captain and.Mrs.Walter .
1 fine race horses, came down from Orlando regularly in the future, at least at I t Klsaimmee Park Friday morning to Floyd, Bobby Jeffords and Ella;; Mabbette street'when Mr. and Mrs. Lawson. A delightful buf.
L Monday to meet the Osceola the morning- hour. Dr. and Mrs.Witherspooft's be present at the closing exercises of Maude Siever. .F. Z. Roberson and daughters Misses fet luncheon was served and: the house -
County Fair Association officials and I many friends have the school. Miss Smith combined a Ethyl and Geneva and son Rosco, was beautifully decorated with colors
look over the track here with a view .deeply sympathized with them in her meeting* of the canning; club there FOR RENT-Furbished. flat with Mrs. Bartow Dutton and daughter holly and""mistletoe. There wdr. '
of arranging1 for a racing-.program at 'illness and will be glad to know..thathe and the school closing, and gave thema j modern improvement W B. Hair's. Frances. and George Gardner and about forty guests present and' aU reported "

- the Stock Show in January. .f,_ is at last improving. musical treat, when her guests led Gazette office. 14-tf Miss Dixie White, were their,.guests. a most delightful time.
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f SIX THE KISSIKMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY DECEMBER 27, 1918

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4 Export Trade 4...-I REVIEW TROPICAL..MIb-OF ORLANDO'S INTER SUB-FAIRIf I SEED POTATOES ,.


For .Spring planting; December and January delivery; '

--0- Highest. quality MAINE .
grown. "
.alin America it's a fair proposition, we have it. ]lieve they have the thing down to a
I The Sul)-Tropical Mid-Winter Fair, very fine point. In each departmentthose Write for Prices, jiving quantity desired. We handle j
.
i What Sells Here'Sells There' held in Orlando, "Florida for nine responsible are hard at work, Spaoldiof No 4 Rose Irish Cobbler, Early Red Bliss Triumph '. ,y

,year in the best advertised! and most and prospective' peace increases the New Crop Turnip, Cabbage Onion Seeds and Sets :. .
,
Manufacturers wishing to market their products in Latin. America favorable known :fair In the state. interest the people generally have in
not overdrawn state their home affairs, brought, to a :focus We. tarry all the !leading. and standard varieties of Seed' that have been
.is'
This an
will benelitted/ by communicating with our Export Bureau: ment, and in fact, it Is not merely" the and. demonstrated to a finish. tested and known,,", to be best adapted jo our soil and climate.

We can sell your goods through our statement conservative of estimate the management of thousands, but the of fruit Naturally belt of the the state center' the of exhibits the citrus in Largest Crop Seed Oats, Seed Rye, Seed Wheat, Rape, Vetch Barley,

know and do not hesitate this line will surpass anything everseen English Peas, Beans, Etc.

I Native, Sales Representatives I to,peoplelio express! themselves.This . in Florida.Agriculturally. this entire sectionIs Our Descriptive Catalogue FREE on Request -

and trade connections. Publicity in two hundred Latin American fair has never suspended fora working up, and the farm and garb. BLUE RIBBON LAYING MASH MAKES YOUR HENS LAY.
'hen-I' failedin
'inlZ'le.par and it has be ITALIAN RYE FOR LAWNS.
den products! cannot surpassed
Newspapers and two hundred Salons (Motion Picture, Theatres) its payments; nor indeed has #it anywhere. .

I in.Soul'h and Central) America, \\ill the I of ever been necessary' for'deficit.the stockholders Last year a decided! boost was giwen ,
t carry story your.pro to make' up a to. the stock' interests of this particular -

ducts straight to the Merchant, Business ;Men\! Buyers and' Con- Think what this! ''means-Ait _must" section and it is believed/! that a

I mean thai/ : the )receipts aresufficient! this department, will ,show. up in good
_' 11 I I sumers in these South .American, Countries. to meet the expense, and it requires shape. .
"
very little ih\estimation! to discover The poultry show' has always been
that thist! elm be !said of very few the
Co-operativeCatalogues of the finest seen anywhere and
fun, from the smallest] to the greats>
the proposition is to keep up the<<,
"
''t We[ are assembling our 1919'catalogu printed in the language est national,' from the county to the state and standard. TINS. "1

; : of'the South and Central American Republics In order to be able to accomplish In the arts and crafts department OLDEST ;
i I' this it means,. of course that the fair as well as In.the domestic and educational ESTABUSitED SEE rou yta ;
departments high: WRITE, POR CATALOG 6, I
of high a very
itself: must hate been a very
< If j interested, write wire or calji order, sufficiently' .so to appeal to the position is taken and so in all that WEEKLY PRICE LIST HOUSE/ FLORIDASeed

people, and that the attendance must goes t6 make up an exposition of Interest -

have been of the best. ,, education, culture and entertainment -

Flaf This is the fact. It. could riot be ,

otherwise and give a report'. of this The "Mid-Way" attractions cannot
i4 i ALLIED AMCRICAN'ASSOCIATIONASHLAND character. be duplicated unless! other fairs secure 1

} { BLOCK CHICAGO. U. S. A, Thus, each year's :record stands the famous Johnny Jones Shows,
proven up, and each year has beenin and can produce the musical and oth-

many respects an improvement on er features of a. first class exhibition, .. 1
><- -< <-<-<.< M.9 C >4HM"
the preceding year, until itAvas said Thus for home-folks and for visitors -
that the last fair could not well be farmers :and educators, Orlan- a

improved upon. |do during the beautiful spring daysin '
1 The management takes up the chair'' the "second' week in February, from Potatoes :

lenge at this point and proposes to.:, the 11th to the 14th will be the Meccaof

try, at least to surpass all previous thousands of people who want to

records in some of the departments;. secure the concentrated extract of

if not in all of them. j.i[ everything superb.-Orlando Report'erJStar -
We have interviewed them and be- ''I December 11, 1918.
.. Choice Maine and Western Stock
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TO BETTER FARM METHODS.There COMRADESHIP IN THE RED

was a time when scientific,c CROSS.

i a>rrt or "book" farming was not general!y, The "summons to comradeship' Spauldiug Rose No. 4 .
But that time has
popular. passecaway.
which the President of our country
worth while t<)
Nothing as has given to each one of our people isd i .
what has beer)' done and can be don< I Red Bliss Triumph
i summons that the Red Cross may
but what Is now printed in books .
well echo. During the past months
in bulletins by the national and stat<" .
hundreds and thousands of heart!
h
governments, says the $tate Marketing '; and minds of hands and heads of Irish Cobblers !
Bureau. Besides men and womer bodies' and souls, have worked FOR : :
*: ''ilr available in nearlj,
YM
p experts are now I
the Red Cross. A valiant armv anda
the United State!I !
.in
every county
faithful one was this; the rank and
to give fundamental advice to farm- file which. fought in the battle of every t Order your seed and fertilizer; ; early.
era on every phase of farm life. .
day. Red Cross ideals main-
The old methods are passing at I were Write ua for prices and particular
#
tamed. Red Cross\! standards were carried -
producers discover: that they can actually r aloft by those who worked FORd

produce more arid better stufl the Red t Cross. But today the changed 'ii
of culture j It WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER "
by improved methods conditions bring about changed attitudes : CQ.
fertilization. It is business t How a Successful Grower certain poor ; the need of the present' and of Manufacturer Ideal FertiIizerai'
to on a cer
try grow a : crop :
[ future is that ryadult Amer-
tthe;; .
soil does
tam piece of land whose. not Jacksonville, Fla I
Iiican shall work WITH .the Red Cross,
j
. Built Up His Grove' contain the of elements that particular necessary foi, shoulder tor shoulder, hand to hand. in i
the growth crop
f contain the element I L every service toward humanity which) -M"M 4"e"M'. $<" **** <"fr<" W e } '
when it .does the Red Cross will continue or will ,
necessary for some other crop. FlorIda I j initiate. The time is at hand when aI' - - -- -, .
This customer has! a particularly fine citrus has a great.variety of soils and splendid organization vital in each

Srove. From a small beginning he has every farmer should study the soils I one of its arteries, alive to every so- & .
years ago, of his farm. It is unwise to plant '.
iicial moral and civic need of
our own
'
gradually built up and added to his holdings until crops _year after year on deplete J' ,{country and of the devastated lands '
soil. when crop of something to turunder I I
today he has, one'of the best paying properties in qr 'a treatment with a fertilizerof expected beyond the to!seas summon, should wdrkers no longer to di be: .4171I0.,.
would the land in
kind I
hia section. some' put its bidding, but should be able);' to i
good condition. Neither is it wise to I
count each worker as a very part of t

His trees bear heavily, and the fruit is well. use when the a same judicious crop rotation season after would season keep I" its own life. 'Today "WE," the Red

.; ,,- Cross, summon YOU, our people, to
colored, deliciously flavored and .juicy. Naturally the soil in a higher state of produc "comradeship." We need each one to F.rtillzora':
tivity.
work WITH. to give the
he gets good prices for..it,, and his account at 'the Winter evenings are excellent timesto I of personal us support; personal weijfhi in ,''

ti 'Jt. )k bank li ieAd ub atantialand'g! wh g jtfoine I ; ,'. ThIs '9ti the study. time these to write problems to the, and experiment now is dorsement and personal inspiration :
For that the Red Cross feels
aa *('" fa'"f<& vmfty1dlfar B rI reason
I attributes his station or the department of. agriculture that the plea for UNIVERSAL MEM .
I the liberal
grower success chIefly ]
.
., . for bulletins and booklets on : Peace the but not the i"
of '. BERSHIP, is. no idle challenge, but a "i! .. stops fighting \
1i I ,
vital ., Ifprejudice has .
.... lsubjects ) prevented the ""
practical appeal. Already '
,.. "" '" the use of this literature in very '' feeding. Our armies at horn and abroad.t
Southern Division
is for
organized .
I the past, let no one be prejudiced 100 per cent efficiency; already the our Allies and ourselves must be fed.

i longer/ against it. It is important; it call has gone forth to the uttermost More food must be produced in 1919.
who will
much to the
producer
\ means ends of the territory, and already the
Bradley's ,BoneFertilizer study, as thousands who have can Red Cross hears the whisper of the Lack of fertilizer will cut down your

testify.An answer which will make a mlj'htyand! production. Labor cars raw materialsall -
is available from
I opportunity unanimous chorus of "HERE! when
3 limited. Fertilizer factories must
17th for short
> January 10th to a the are ?
AMThl. final roll is given. The peoplenow
course for Florida farmers at the begin shipping at to move even a
at Gainesville have an opportunity and a privilege once ,
agricultural
college which, as a people loyal, devot-
which should not be overlooked. For normal tonnage by planting time.
rich citrus fertilizer furnishes the elements ed, enthusiastic and eager they can.
write to P. H. Rofs.!
particulars
I needed for healthful growth and heavy There are no fees to pay and no not fail to grasp and to use. Shape up your plans and order now. '.

yields of high'grade fruit. It contains the needed charges board. except moderate rates for No Worms in a rteauhy Child Waters & Carson Grocery Co., Local .

All children troubled with worm. have an unhealthy Representatives,
plant foods in their best and most available forms color which Indicate poor blood and ..a .J
A FLORIDA FARM COMBINATIONThe rule there la more or less stomach disturbance.. Kissimmee, Fla. .
and contains filler other than small GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC Biven regularlyfor
no a amount of is well established Armour Fertilizer Works '
fruit\ industry two or t&ree weeks will enrich the blood. Improve -
; xnagnesian powdered limestone. in Florida, and it is a fine one. the dlflestlon, and act as a General Strengthenlnf Jacksonville. Fla.
And there is a good deal of money Tonic to the whole.,aCem. Nature will then -

t The increasing demand for Bradley's Fertilizer made in the trucking industry, says throw In off or dispel the worms,and the Child.will.be,
perfect health. Pleasant
to take. 60c per bottle.
the State Marketing Bureau. But a
; is the best proof that its use insures good
profits good many level headed men as evidenced A number of ladies belonging; to !

and fruit of high quality. Growers have found by our state swine and cattle the home demonstration club took advantage .OrderNow ,
g organizations, are convinced that Saturday of the steam pres- .
.
that it. also helps to make available to plants in- fruit with cows and possibly hogs is sure cooker at the home demonstration .....
a much more stable source of income .
kitchen to their meat
soluble foods already in the soil. Use this 100-' than: fruit alone. The one-man derd : for Sunday. prepare

or the one-family 'herd is the thing -- -
per-cent-efficient fertilizer this
year. that interests most men. The man

who goes into darying on a big scale I GREAT MASS OF PROOFReports ,
must have capital, and with this
: requisite Some Splendid Bargains In City Property
he could just as easily go into
.". You will find fa..t. worth knowing In any of a number of other occupations. of 50,000 Canes of Kidney

} vi::r tunwr.new" Writ.Illustrated tore tree book.copy"Cltru. Cub But the small' dairy herd is an absolute Trouble Cases. Some of Them Kissimmee We have a number of houses Ion

necessity for the small farmer. IJIA RGAINCOUMR

The cow is "simply a machine for our lists that consider
Each of the 6,000 of we 1
newspapers
consuming hay, and roughageand
l', grain
4 the United States is publishing from
turning out -checks. The j
Bradley Fertilizer Works small farmer needs pay her. The milk ofthe week to week, names of people in its real bargains. Suppose you "'
.particular neighborhood, who have
is
tI cow a prime necessity in
Tb.American Agricultural Chemical Company every I and
I used recommended Doan's Kidney -
lousehold. Nothlng.else can be madeto drop in and have t tell
us you
F. C. Bradley, Loral) Manage/ take its place. No farm home Pills for kidney backache, weak i r
I 920 Heard BuildingJacksonville should be without its kidneys, bladder troubles and urinary -
cow, if for nothing '
disorders. This of includes about ih-em. We will make
mass proof -
I more than for milk to be used by ,
Florida
recommendations. )k
over 60,000 .
the family. One of the common
brands of condensed milk used in Kissimmee #is no exception. Here is the terms and price right. '

Florida comes 4000 miles from one of the Kissimmee cases.
i nearly
: the State of Washington from the J. E. Bass. Bermuda Ave., says: "I d Some fine vacant lots at

northwest corner of the Southeast have used Doan's Kidney Pills off andon t \'I

corner. This should not be so. for five or six years and I know 1 right price .
they are a remedy of merit. I have
,
Hogs, side line to with
as
i Tb Strong Withstand the Winter MONEY!\ IN EGGS. a go had
kidney trouble for several years
dairy farming:, form an ideal combination BREAKER REALTY COMPANY
Cold Better Than tbe Weak
and at times I suffered witha
Eggs. are not bankable but the in'the opinion of those who severly
Yon most have Health. Strength and Endurance lame and aching back. Doan s Kid-
money from their sale is. This mon- are so engaged.: The State Live KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
to fight Colds.Grip and Influenza. Stock Sanitary Board Is'' ney Pills have benefited me wheneveran
I When your blood U not In a healthy ey is yours for the effort. How do work in eradicating the doing tick as good a attack .has come on. I keep a sup-

condition and does not circulate: properly. you treat the hen that lays the Golden menace to cattle, and there is general ply of Doan's in the house all the l

I' your system to unable to withstand the Eggs? B. A. Thomas' Poultry J eme- co-operation with farm and time, and am glad to recommendthem. '
: agents ." The Outnln; That Direr Ifot Affect tile iliad For a Sour Stomach. / ;
I Winter cold dy will keep the poultry in good other agencies in controlling the Ii
condition : Because.of ita tonic and laaaflv effect.I.AXA-
|I GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC!" and increase the yield in spread of hog cholera. The tick and The above statement was given I VB BHOMO QUININE i.better than ordinary Eat sparingly, particularly of ;
Tordfles the System Against Colds. Grip eggs. cholera propositions are vital ones to February 22, 1911, and on March 26, Quinine and doe. not can. ._u.a... aorriDtriDlllD meats, masticate your food thoroughly
We guarantee this and refund bead. Remember. the lull name and
your 1918, Mr. Bass said "I gladly
and Inftaenga by Purifying and Enriching every stock farmer in Florida.] repeat took. lot the signature ol B. W. OttOVB. 3tc.) and take one of Cham1>erlaln"a' .'
itbe Blood. money if not satisfied.-Waters what I said In praise of Doan's Kidney

:j It contains the wen-known tonic prop. &:
''f 0 To Insure publication all 0 Engraved Calling Cards and Wed- :
Acceptable to the most delicate stomach The inner self warns us of the dan- < proven permanent. commnnicatlons -
Y '\, 'and is pleasant to take. You can soon feel of not Piles Cured la 6 to H Day Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't 0 and notice of meetIngs O ding Invitations, Engraved and Em- Y
ger keeping when
our promise
eaing.InvlgotstlnEffect. BOB simply ask for a kidney remedy-get 0 must reach this office before 0
etas bossed
"
it is a sacred like DrattkU refold mcoev If PAZO OINTMENT fall 0a Stationery can be secured at I ;
' one our war sayings j to cmre Itching.Band. Bleedin, or ProtradliU PUee. Doan's Kidney Pills, the same that noon Thursdays.

y $ub_erjbe for the; V JP'Z g!=aloe.'P pledge. __ ... lDDU nl_ Itching PlIN, .Dd you aD het Mr. Bass had. Boster-Milburn Co., the Gazette office. Let us' show yon
i--- ...- n.tll&l sleep after th. flnt apllllcaUoQ.: Price""" Mfgr, Buffalo, N. y. II i ....OO.. .ot..........,.. our samples/ find prices. tL'

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THE PSSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. DECEMBER a.. i.m , __ SEVEN

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THE RED CROSS IN I COUGHING SPELLS of WRENS Oeorarla,BANK, a corporation under
OF Courseall the Laws of the State of Georgia: .
FARMERS STATE! BANK a corpor-
poratlon under the Laws of the State: D. G. WAGNERReal

evglaas should be helpful TIMES OF PEACE E' IREAKYWR. REST of BANK Uenrirla OF; .ROOPVILLB3. a corpora x

tlon under. the Laws of the State of


but are they? Henry P. Davidson- Chairman oi PiK bltyopb:them with,bid "(under)..orll&BANK the' OF,, Laws MOLENA of the Stat.a corporation of Goorla. Estate and Insurance Agency jj

the War Council of the American Red reliable Dr. Kinft'a New ,
BANK OF DECATUR, a corporationunder
Cross, has just issued to the 3,854 Discovery the Law of the State of Oeor- Citizen Bank
chapters and 22,000,000 members ..Ia i : Building. Telephone ,No. 30.
of the Red Cross the following state. i I BANK OF PLAINVILLB.: a corporation Kisiimmee Fla.
meat ,outlining the future -ol That raw, hoarse throat mart bootlked. under the Law of the State of. ,
policy Georgia;
That bIetrm-loaded chest REPRESENTING
the American Red Cross: WHITE COUNTY BANK a corporation -

To I the 3854 Chapters and 22,000,000 be must checked be loosened.s
Members of the American Red Dr. New has been I I You are hereby required to appearto ,
King' Discovery York. Philadelphia, Boston, Chicago, 'and other cities for the convenience '
Cross the bill of filed h..r..ln.Ialn.t
complaint
No, indeed. Unless the glasses : cold tad for half
cough
relieving ( acentlU'y ,
The whole American people will be you In the above entitledcauao of home seekers. If wish to tell write at
you me
once
,are accurately fitted and are of : without the lout disagreeable) on or before the lath day of-
invited in the week preceding Christ. after-effects. I- January, A. D 1S18 .fees of kind unless sell No
char--
no
you pay any we .
the exact strength in sphere your properly.
or i.h..r..by i.
.
mas to enroll as members of the Red Your druggist baa It because it It) The Klsslmmee Valley Gazette

cylinder 'or' sphero-cylinder as Cross.< It is confidently belieyed that well-known and ia big demand. I which this designated Order a.shall the newspaper'be publishedonce In ges for_ listing, withdrawing or advertising

needed 'to correct: : the defect, they there need be no further campaign <>a week for four' consecutive We also represent the New York Life Insurance Companyand
for Red Cross funds, but instead the w..elt.. '
will be far from helpful-they will annual Roll Call will constitute the this for I I I ITNES3' my hand and the Seal of the Ocean Accident and Health Insurance.
Constipation
be absolutely hurtful. To get the Try shed Court at Klsslmmee, OHOeola
foundation of the Red Cross. The Keep the bowelt on schedule time County Florida, this 10th day of JJe-
RIGHT glasses; you must go to people should therefore know as definitely with Dr. King' New Life Pills, the <,<,mb'r, A. U.. 1918.
an Ocultist of proved ability as possible the- plans of this,, from MEAL' ) J. t,. OVKR8TREET.:
system freed poisonous waste, Clerk of the Circuit Court, U.ceolaI .
That's Us." their national humanitarian society. the completion clear the stomach Count, Florida
Since the armistice was signed, I sweet, the tongue! uncoated, the breath i I By H H, BULLOCK. D. C.:

DR. E. S.' HOFFMAN have had an opportunity to confer in I untainted.: Mud>tt positive action.. Solicitors.ANDIS- ,for FISIHULL Complainant., 5S-5t .

pculist .nd.Opticlal: ). Paris with the heads the AmericanRed
Cross Commissions in Europe, IITO'-KIIO..II:ii" :MIKTIMJ
28 W. Church St. Orlando Fla.
and later in Washington with the as a"whole. I ,- Osceola Hardware Co.

President of the United States, the Study ia being (given by the national The annual meeting, of the iitooln
'' holders of the) Citizens Hank of 1..1"
w. B. Crawford'Lee Jarrell. organization rot alone to problems' ,
War Council of the Red Cross, the slinniee will be livid at the. office of
CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW' i Managers of the fourteen Red Cross of international relief, but to plan. jn Maid batik In KlnMlmniee, Florida. on

Divisions of the United States, and this country for enlarged home serv- January 14, 101H,, at 10 o'clock n, m.,. Located oil Klssimmee's .
?
for the 6f electing directorsfor ,
purpose
health I
ice, the promotion of public
with the heads of at .
our departments the ...ul"K.or and the transaction .
Offices: 4 6. 6, and 7 'Citizen.Baz& National Headquarters I am, there tJucation, development o" urn in/. of Hurl business IIH may properly BUSIEST CORNER

Building fore, able to speak now with knowledge the care and prevention of accidents, come before Bald meeting.
t-at. I, H, and other correlated lines which inay .
KUsimmee \ Florida and assurance in saying that the --
beneficent of the American Red Cross contribute to the health and happi :

Cross is to forward great ness of men. women and children.
DR. W. W. CARSON go on 'a 1919 AUTO TAX
Such when developed, will, its
scale-not alone, as heretofore, for plans Another Christmas has become
DENTISTOffice believed, provide both for world a
purposes of relief of war, but as an
over Pilley Building agency of peace and permanent. hu, relief and for home community service NpW DUE delightful memory. It came upon a
and thus constitute channel for
a
Office Hours1: -11. 1-. man service ,
Oat.4 'Phon. 111 Residence 'Phone II Since America's entry Into the war, the continued and useful expression : world at peace once more. It's good -
<).>. Administered for Extraction: M Red Cross workers and members'
T..th the purpose of oar Red Cross ha by and Tan Now Ready for ShipmentThe cheer and happiness will linger long
been, primarily, to aid our army and of those qualities, of sympathy Legislature changed the' rates

navy in the care of our own men un love which our whole people have for registration ot motor vehicle for In this connection we wish to thank
LEWIS O'BRTANATTORNKTATLAW der arms, and. secondly, to extend 1 I poured out so unstintedly during this 1818 Tax due from parson" In the

relief to the soldiers sailors and civilians -. war. State 30 day.; RATES our many friends for their patronage '

!: of those nations which were For the 'completion of its war work Motorcycles __________uu_-__f 100
institution of its and extend to them the Season's Greet
and for the peace
battles along with their
fighting our
Waring Building. I Horsepower A. L. A. M. A.
With the funds which have program the Red Cross is fortunatey "
own. I I ings. With such an array of loyal
been so generously contributed' by in a healthy financial condition I Rating

rat Johnston a. P. OarreM the American people, this war work Abundant occasions for, the use' of Automobiles 22 horsepower or friends, merchandizing becomes a

JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW of the Red Cross will continue and be large sums of money and great quan. 'I Automobiles lea* ,-over-22- to- 27-H. I>: tgg

completed with all possible sympathyand titles of garments and other supplies Automobile over 27 to 35 H. P. 1200 pleasure.
will continue to arise, but it is believed Automobile over 33 horsepower 1500
Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citixtn Ba energy.Wherever soldiers and sailors that there will be no further Automobile seating; ten or more 100.00Tru..k.
our ____
not more than 1 ton 10.00
Building will stay wth need for intensive campaigns for .. .
be, the Red Cross Trucka over one ton and not
Xlsslmmee. ..... may them; until they are demobilized. funds. The work of supplementing I I over 2 tons ___________ 2500
activities which the Trucks over 2 tons. not over
Nothing which we may do will be left governmental in'' 4 ton _u___________________ 50.00
undone either for the men in .the war led Cross will be coiled on to do Truck, over 4 tons _uu___ 100.00

those returning for those: all parts 'of the world, will be upon a Dealer __ ________.,_____,.----- IS.00
tone for scale but it will' call for human Chauffeur __ _________________ 200
In the camps and hospitals or for great Hearses, casket and ambulances
their families at home, to whom will service rather than for large expendi- operated wagon by undertaken Furniture and Hardware

G.HBSOjl$ FORMERSELLS Continue to be devoted the ministrations tures. I _____________________ 10.00
Service.In What the American Red Cross The law require a application
of the Red Cross Home ... Once more 'we would call the attention
this latter effort QOOOO traine.1Red needs now is not so much contributions .0.. to for ... .. *aaekl.e reil..tered.
All should be weredto
Cross workers are now engagedat of money as the continued devotion questions save ...).......po......fully.*. .........1 of the people of this part of Florida -
2,500 different places throughout and loyality of its members. This check delay ..U..r,. .
the land. is peculiarly true at this moment of I I Blanks may b.. had from flaraires, to the great staples FURNITURE
transition from war to peace. Annual Tax Collectors Sheriffs: Clerk Clrcuiupourt. -
Fire' ;'| Life, Accident. and The problems feeding of and reconstruction.caring for the Involving membership involves the payment of or by applying to and HARDWARE which we carry, and y

distressed civilian populations of Europe : only one dollar. The moneys thus ERNEST AMOS, of all kindred lines which ''we can

Health, Plate Glass Lia- are of such magnitude that necessarily received not only defray all\ the ad. Comptroller, Tallahassee, Fla.

they must be met very largey : ministration expenses of the organi- 1.41.MA8T.U'8 supply. Keep' always in mind that

bility and Boiler Insurance. I the Governments of our Allies zation, but leaves a substantial balance
by
Government will which, together with all funds : SALE.Notice we are anxious to serve our patrons
with whom our
own ,
Is hereby given that under
Legal Bonds Executed co-operate. subscribed directly for relief, is devoted and by virtue of a Final Decree In the -to the best of our ability.
The great tasks of fighting tuber solely to that purpose. case of lIf. 'C. Bryan vs. Harry Bryan ..
child welfare and The Roll Call of the nation is,thus and Daily Bryan his wife, defendant, -
Same Day Needed. culosis, promoting. called at Christmas time that ending In the Circuit Court o.f, the a
be
for refugees, wth which the to
caring Seventh Judicial' Circuit of the Stateof
American Rod Cross his concerned through enrolleoint in their Red Florida, In and for OsceolaCounty
itself effectively in France. Italy Cross .the American people may senda In Chancery, the undersigned a* SpecIal x.'tw
so
OFFICE: ': State Bank Building and Belgium, will at an early date be message to our soldiers still world.overseas public Master outcry In for Chancery cash In will hand sell to the at

assumed by the Governments, the and to the. peoples of the highest bidder at the front door or the Osceola

Red l Cross orginzation! ', and the .,>'e< that we are not content united with merely, with al* g?ela.klmmlasee::;\ '::: <;<: i Hardware Co.
arms our
our'
seeing
societies of those countries ,
lief hours of sale, on Monday, the 6th day ,
THOMPSONFuneral which now that they';are, released lies in victory but that>,our1abldmgpurpose January A. 1> 1919 the followlngde.ecrlbedtractsof''lamf .
J. W. . from the' terrific'?' burden'of\'waginle' vis .thatalthe! love,'> sympa) < : situated In the
of all America County of Oaceola. State of Florida
and the intelligence
war,, naturally desire to take care, as thy: the tl>-wlt: Lot Three (S) of Block Three
far as they can, of their own people. shall be rededicated to per- (8) of Robinson' Addition to Klaslm-
) DirectorAND
The'war program of the American manent service of mankind. mae, as shown by plat recorded among Everybody Who It Anybody Advertises Theist "WanU"" IB At Cazttt
the record of Oaceola County Florida
Red ,Cross will thus steadity'and rapidly together! with the tenement, hereditament
mere itself into a peace pro Learned the Real Value of Chlmberlaln's and appurtenance

gram. The wake of the war will, Cough Remedy.. Dated December 2nd. 1918,
Z. BASS;
however, reveal the prevalence of disease Special Master In Chancery ,
(LICENSED EMBALMER and give rise to epidemics and "First we learned of the true valueof Knifing & AKERMAN

emergencies which in all\ parts of the Chamberlain's Cough Remedy sev- Solicitors for Complainant. Bl-6t

Store and Chapel, St.wart AY*. world will call\ for unlimited volun- eral years ago when we lived near NOTICH TO IHFIHTOHH, t

tary effort, the cutting of red tape Clifton Hill, this State," writes Mrs. Vrs
Klsslmmee. Fla. and the manifestation of those qualities "At la Court of the 4'ouatx Judah Oaeeolaonvty.
of human sympathy which government James Malone, Moberly, Mo. <' Mist of Klorld. -' I rd,
action cannot display. that time I had a severe cold and an la He ..:..... of V\ 1111.- 9'. Maklaaoa. \

Here will\ be the opportunity for annoying cough. I got a bottle of : : /
To all Creditors, Legatees, Distribu
TILLER
::4.. M. the American Red Croas. But even Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,and af- I tees and all Persons having Claims or f
; our Red Cross must not act and can Demand against .said Estate:
Real Estate Agency I i not act most effectively alone; we ter; taking a few doses of it my cough I Yet). a.ndach of you, are hereby notified -

.weaaaaa.a.aa.aaaa.a.aaaauaY must labor in co-operation with the loosened up and my lungs felt better. claim and and required demand to which present you, anv or I ; kE'4

National Red Cross and relief societies I used one bottle of it and by then my either ot ypu have against I the
iaa.f:; :
sold. that estate of \ Maklnsoti. deceased -
Realty bought and of other nations, to the end cold had entirely disappeared.
late of Oaceola County Florida to
Houies' rented. not alone the heart of America, but the undersigned! administrator of said 4
Titles the heart of mankind\ may be mob estate within two years from the date
Taxes
and rerifitd
paid ; ; humanity hereof.Dated;, /ilfele
ilized on behalf of suffering
for non-reiident pecember 7th A. D 1818W. pORll.
/
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS B. MAKINHO.V. tL t,
Fire Life and Accident b- 1 ', While, therefore the plans of the 52-st. Administrator j 1 fa
American Red Cross in this direction
surance. be formulated specially in l\ <'IKCI'IT CO HIT. KKVRNTHJI'IM.CIAI. NOTICE TO CHEDITOH9
cannot FOR OS.
IHCl IT IN AM
Indemnity Bonds advance of the general relief program KOLA t'OlI' TY, FLORIDA. IB Court of the 4'oaatjr "."..., Oierola SAM'S MAILS are safe and sure and our splendid
of the allied governments, the IN CHANCRKV.OHDKH UNCLE
... . . . .. ...... . ....... nevertheless toaarr.Estate Ntate of of C. L Florida.Ia 117.".
American Red Cross is re for giving prompt attention to mailed deposits are

planning to develop its permanent organization FOil C()!' THV::CTI\ KH- ,
To all Creditors, Legatees Dlntrlbutees -
in this country upon a VICE. and all Persona. having Claim the result of a carefully studied effort to satisfactorily serve a large
scale never before contemplated in or Demand against said Estate:
EDWARD W. BOWBN. Complainant You and each of are hereby
you and list of out-of-town depositors.
constantly
time of peace. V8 notified and to present any growing .
The commissions which are now EMORY L. LESLEY and JENNIE K. claims which rey't".re either of you, I
Market conducting the activities of the LKSL.ET.!' ( hU wire and WALTER C. may have aicatnet the estate of C L.
City BAi4$. SR., and ARAMINTA E BASS Osceola. County
H>att deceased late of WHEN YOU CAN'T COME TO TOWN J
Red Cross in foreign countries ,
American
his wife. KISBIMMEU;:; CATTLE COM. Florida, to the undersigned administrator ,
as well as the temporery war I'ANY, a corporation organized and of said estate, within two
organization of this country, will as existing under the Laws of the Stateof years from the date hereof. USE THE MAILS
Florida; GEORGIA FARM LOAN i Dated November 25th A. D 1918.
a matter of course ultimately merge COMPANY, a c.rporatlon organized ,I W. B. CRAWFORD. '
their energies, with thoso of the per and existing under the Law. of the 61-it. Administrator
manent organization of the Red State of Georgia WRENS BANK a U will tin will gladly tell T 7-
corporation under the Lnws of the NOTICE OF mMlS1KATOU: you drop oj a we yon
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Phone 44 Cross. !state' of Georgia: FARMERS STATE .
With the war has developed thestriklnA' BANK. a corporation under the Lawn (For Flaal DI.. .rse.) more about it, and incidentally a few good reaP Y
fact that of the State of Georgia; BANK UKKOOI'VILLE.
and important
a corporation under the Ia Court of Cematr Judge, State of
many men and women, some of whom Laws of the State of Georgia; BANK Florida. sons why you should UN this Bank. dS
had with great .success' devoted their OF MOL.KNA, a corporation under the -
lives entirely to business came into LHWB of the State of UeorKla; BANK la re Estate of "..... W. Preatls.Oacrola '
010' DECATUR, a. corporation under Cnaaty.Notice I
,- the Red Cross organization .t the the Lawn of the, State of Georgia; \ I I. hereby Klven. to all whomIt
CHRISTIAN CHURCH outset of the war simply that they HANK OF PLAINVILLE.: a corporation may concern, that on the 10th day OFKISSIHHEE :
their country but have under the Law of the State ol of W.l\olu shall apply to STATE BANK
might serve Honorable
10:00-Sunday School. Georgia and WHITE COUNTY BANK: the T \ Judge of
realized such a satisfaction to themselves a corporation under the Laws of the said Court a. Judge ot: Probate for
11:00-Sermon. in the'opportunity to serve !State: of Georgia final discharge a. Administratrix. of
mankind that now desire to become Defendants the estate of Jame. W. Prentls. deceased -
::15-Y. P. S. C. E. they TO GEORGIA FARM LOAN COM. ; and that at the same time I
a part of the permanent peace PANY a corporation organized and will preient to my final accounts -
nrlltr'i. :
'1: Sermon. organization of the American Red existing under the Laws of the State' a! f of said I estate
and ask for their approval 1
' Prayer meeting leach Wednesday Cross. Dated September .
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There may, therefore, be perfect A Tonic Laxativethat MART : !: .
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evening at 730.: L., A. S. each Thurs confidence thatthe. peace activities of o-a-m-f-6-mo. Adlmnl.tratlx. .
' I will rem_ the bile from the Lhntr and
day.Junior the Red Cross will be conducted under cleanse the System THOROUGHLY without griping NOTICE OF ADMIMSTnATOll-FOB RESOURCES $750,000.00 Capital $100,000.00
C. E. each Friday at 9:00: able and inspiring leadership. The or rtlsmrUaf the stomscb to Inly a Perfect La*- FINAL DISCHARGE!

m. chapters will\ maintain their organizations all.. .. In Court of County Judge State of I
upon a scale adequate to the LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN Florida, Oiceola County.-In re Estate
Young Ladles' Circle meets each them. D. C. Lee. Officer and Director:
demands to be mado .
upon fl
new U th* semi of a Reliable and Perfect Laxathra Notice Is hereby given to all whom It
second Sunday. Local committees will indeed appreciate which soon relieves Sick. Headache. Diztlnees.In- mar concern that on the 4th day of C. A. CARSON, President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY, Y-P.
C. W_B. meets the first Friday more and more the value of d1I .doII.Stomach ,",., bIe. Gas and. Puss cauedby February A. D. 119. I shall to
having in their midst strong and efficient a Torpid Liver and CanMlpatkn. Alweysosea the Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judge of J. D. JEFFORDS, Cashier '
In each month. Reliable Lazattf la the treeuneot.!Colds.Grip aald Court, as .Judge of Probate, for my '
{ Church :Board meets first Sunday Red Cross Chapters. The Divisional aD41aG_ final discharge as Administratrix of the 'N. B. CARSON, M. KATZ +.' \
organizations, with honorary estate of D. C. Lee, deceased, and that -
LAX-ros WITH PEPSIN to liquid PU.stlvi *
t afternoon each month.' a to aald C. A. CARSON, H. ,FLEMING,
and permanent staffs, will be maintained Tonic Laxative excellent to Its ..ce oa thi at the same time I will preient 5' ,

'' You are cordially' Invited to our -always ready for service; and' iuaa.loud kbetll-q as Collars a toalo* as and tor.*Adolis.a laxative.neeeaoi It It, 'Court of my said anal estate accounts and ask a. for Administratrix U .lr.p.- ,, Nfl C. BRYAN, 1\\ .E. L. LESLEY.

' services National Headquarter will have a to t.k.. Cbl\clraQ Ilk. L' .Oa I lPrDated/\ //lw DE TUCKER. Director:
large and efficient personnel to direct r_ tJIe IbIW byGtva'.Isst.lwtlblataal. Push .July 26th, A; D. 1111. \ 1. + ",
'1" 31tf. i! B. Coleman, Pastor, the x.Mud..Snd. sv I. ;.,; .. ... o..: FLORA B. L.KE, Administratrix.tl _I i'' I
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ular monthly 'appointment' at the Ttroperty'that would! ,I be affected, said '
CLOUD church last Saturday night and Sun he favored sifting the propositions I
!. day morning. He will be 'ire the 4th down to two or .possibly three estimates -I j V

'''L Fa Mosbyj from Arlington II. Sunday in each month during the and then getting an express
Ky., arrived Sunday to spend the coming year. We trust! these who do sion of the people by vote
Winter with Mr. and Mrs. Charles. not attend elsewhere .will make an effort ;Mayor Cadel has been giving the r
Goodrich: to attend these services subject considerable thought and said '

John F. Daniels,. who 1 Is employedin i Walter Tyner was (a Christmas! "Every) inch of property in Kissimmee
the shipyards at Jacksonville,came' guest at the home if his uncle, and would be benefited by the improvement
home last ,Sunday to spend, the holi : aunt. Mr. and !oJ rs" Wftlter Dronson. ,.and as the city would bear the .
1 days 1 Walter Bronson and family and expense of a portion of the bulkhead- | FORSALE
Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter and little I Dann Keene, who have been at Ilos- ing, every taxpayer could voice his .
daughter, Juanita, spent last Saturday -I .worth for the 'past two months returned opinion on the subject.' It might be !
and Sunday at Tampa, makingthe last Saturday to their home. t well to submit the hulkheading prop .
trip by auto. in tm) settlement. I osition to them giving several estimates ,
W. T. Angel and Airs. Rose Kirk Malcolm and Lucretia Ovci street1 which would vary of course,
land was married at Jacksonville suent Christmas Day at' the home of I depending on Where the embankment
some weeks ago. their sister, ;Mrs ;M. M. ;Miller, in was placed, and have all the details
The many friends of Mr. Dough- KI simmec. I settled by popular vote" I
erty will be pleased to know he is A large number of relative! and While no one can confidently state .
slowly improving. friends were' present" at c family reunion that Kissimmee! will take this Impor-
Kathleen Goff, and her cousin, Mar- held at the hosnitable. home of II |tant step Just now, there is no question !! '
garet Hosinger, who are attending I Mr. and Mrs. Clias. II. Bronson on t but that before' long- the merits I .,
college at Tallahassee,' are spending Christmas Day* I of the case will become so evident'' MAINE GROWN
the holidays their home here Regardless of the inclement weather -I that every property owner will consider .
A Christmas social was held at the on Tuesday ni.iht: the Christmas j I it in the l<<*ht of valuable investment .
Presbyterian church on ChristmasEve. exercises held\ at the church were well! i and like other civic; improvements .
Mrs. J. K. Conn sang a solo; attended and judging from comments ] when once decided upon,
"Holy Night," was given by the Sun- heard on all aides, prettily enjoyed after it can be easily accomplished.ARE .
day School quartette, an address by An: opening hymn by the congregation
Rev. Riggs. and by Mrs. John Johnston and invocation/ by A. R. )Dennis YOU A PART?

and Mrs. Sam Brammar. There the program was. turned over ; Are you a part of that great or
were games for the children and they to the children of the SC?too! and Sun- ganization-the American Red Cross
all gathered around the tree to receive dev School who proved themselves I'Then ,you take a pride in the things SEED POTATOES
their presents. After an hour able to entertain their hearers. There'being it has accomplished, for you were one
spent socially, refreshments were so few, each took part several';of the cogs in 'the great wheel of
served, also a surprise treat was in times and it is a ('redit"o them and I!(mercy that does wonders for a suffering -
store of grape juice fruit, candy their teacher, Miss Iva Niswongcr. -world. But do you want that,
made especially for the audience. A that each part was well learned and wheel to top? You know there is
pleasant evening was brought to a well rendered. The usual tree was work yet for it to do. And now you
close by singing "Joy to the World in evidence tastefully decorated and can be a cog in the wheel just by
On Tuesday afternoon the W. R. C. bearing gifts for the little folks. After continuing your membership with no
called on all the sick ones in the community the program; old Santa Clans further calls for help, no appeals for .
and gave them a treat. made his appearance with a treat for more ,money. A fee of $1 will make ;I
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Doughty, Mr. every child. in the house you a part of this great organizationjust .
and Mrs. Marcelle. Mrs. William Bircher as much a member as any 5.25-
i Mr. Montcell)) and Mrs. Sarah WHAT OUR BUSINESSMEN man, no matter how wealthy or how $ :
Norris "were the dinner guests (OnChrist.ma. THINK OF BULKHEADING influential he may be. Ills member
,' Day of Mr. and Mrs. Levi i 1 ship will cost lust the lame as yours, ,
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y Shambow. his dollar will lay right alongside ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Z. Barager entertained (Continued from Page One) yours, doing its proportionate share ,

at dinner on Christmas Day, the for an opinion said without hesitation of the great work that lies ahead of '. "
following: guests: Mr. and Mrs. Jesse "That is just what we should do.I this "mother to suffering humanity."
Cottrell and 'children, Mr. and Mrs. own property in that 'section of the And isn't it a privilege to be known' ""
Dittle and little daughter, and Mr. city and I certainly advocate the as a member of the Red Cross? Isn't
and Mrs. Bullard. and J. F, Bullard bulkheading. If that land were reclaimed it worth many times over a dollar in '
F. 0. B. Jacksonville
and wife. it would build up at once self-satisfaction to feel that you area Fla. .

with high class homes and become a part of an organization which has ,, "
beautiful section of the city. I know done so much? ,

SHINGLE CREEK a number of people right now who The American Red Cross is American i
would build there. I don't believe the manhood and womanhodd mobilized -1

"Mr. and Mrs. Re.wis came up from town will ever amount" to. anythinguntil . for service as the army and ,
Haines City the Ant of the week to we bulkhead. navy are mobilized for liberty. ,,
spend' Christmas at the home of Mrs., Hon. N. C., Bryan heartily approvedthe the, expression of that "
and said there was Through . : '} ; , "
plan no
Rewis' parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. P. G. tion but that something, should ques-be mobilized spirit of .service;,your!, Red : .." M, 1iJI[,, ,'\\1. ""1 ,
Cromartie. started at once to advance the city's Cross: ,has ,' ":?<.:\V ;},',Vi*") I"", '\ I' ,. '.,.' ,'" 1/. \\1':I &,\'. IUTTONSanford .,' ft .
I. P. Tison r.ndfamily:wentto Ro- interest. He believed that bulkheadingcould Enrolled 22,000,000 ,men i and wom \,, "' I\\! y { j,
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sale Tuesday for a few days visit at be done now with advantage to en and,8,000,000 school children, '.'ftoi<' "" '1 ,!', .{
the home of Mr. Tison's parents. "
every property owner in Kissimmee. Organized 3,863 chapters'nd 16-
Charlie Wilson and family of Brew Mayor J. S. Cadel said "I have always 000 branches. .
aster visited a few days this week at favored this form of Improve- i Mobilized 5,000,000 American moth > .,
r, the home of Mrs.,Wilson's sister, Mrs. ment and would like to.see it started ers, wives and sisters as voluntary
A I. II. Bauknight. On their return "
I as soon as possible. workers.
they were accompanied by Mrs. Bau, Prosecuting attorney W, B. Craw- Produced and delivered to soldiers
knight and children, the trip being ford replied to the querry: "I am certainly and sailors 230,000,000 surgical dressings Fla.
made in a car. In favpr of it. It could do no 10,000,000 knitted articles, 10-
Rev..C. E. GutterWge' his ref"fr harm and wduld without doubt bringa 600.000 hospital garments. 1.100.000 ,
-- large share of prosperity Kis im- refugee garments..
A > ** *C* 4***<* ,
f f mee, for it would benefit every foot Enrolled for war service 30,000
of real estate here."' graduate nurses; 19,000 of these have ,
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Make of'
1 a Specialty | S. L. Lupfer said: "Just put me been assigned to active duty.
RepairingINNER down favoring bulkheading the lake Taken home comforts to sick sol
t I j'. every time and then repeat it for emphasis diers in 63 Red Cross convalescent 4,' "

TUBES ." He thought favorable could houses at cantonments. .

L. put the city,in a more : light Erected 42 .homes for nurses at the _ .m _. _
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l'\ to investors than such a substantial I'r camps.Given. -- - --
GUARANTEED improvement going on. personal attention and material boys in service abroad. I %-*<**<*+*+++++++* t ** OOO OO t ....c..oo
i . MY WORK i MORE TO FOLLOW I help to more than a million wives i The Red Cross is the homo of
I There seems to be a unanimous belief and mothers of soldiers and Friendship by the side of every weary
f JACK SPARLING among the property owners here Served the men in uniform sailorll'l road in war-stricken Europe.It .
For Good and
; that the bulkheading project would American railway canteens. feeds hundreds of thousands 'Of Quick Returns
't. THE VULCANIZER benefit the city though there are a Given financial and other aid to all our ,boys' at the front from rolling < .

: number of opinions as to the details needy families men in: uniform. canteens. i I! .
107 BROADWAY of the plan and how it could best. be Received and answered monthly an It has established rest station with
worked out.Sister average of 95,000 "anxiety letters" beds, baths and disinfectors for tired. I

Reed, who owns considerable from families. inquiring about their muddy soldiers. "
___h - -- It has established canteens at all J. H. Hicks
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important railroad stations in Franceto Acquainted"y
feed hungry fighting men. : 1IO E. Bay St.
It has revived the spirit of our allied -I

soldiers everywhere by "Let's Get
Extending the hand of friendshipto '
t- millions of French refugees. I4l
I Giving home, clothing, food, medical -l o oooooo ooo o ooooooOO 00090

I II ak tare and financial aid to 200,000 -

homeless children.69 tuberculosis stationsin l: est Charity." She is asking the cooperation CLASSY PREMIUM LIST
Operating
I of the people in. making thisa "
alone.Bringillg .
.' France real holiday offering for those help. FOR ORLANDO FAIR ;
k news of last and scattered -
families of the allied soldiers in. less kiddies. Where cash contributions -
are not convenient. Thrift Orlando will .
celebrate
the
the Leaks the trenches. 1 peace era
Stopping Searching for and finding lost men Stamps, W. S. S. and Liberty Bonds with the Ninth annual Sub-Tropical \.
will be equally to those in Mid-Winter
for their anxious families.It I acceptable Fair and peace exposition .)- ,
is home and family, friend and ;, charge of this institution. "A long on February 11th to 14th inclusive, ,
pull, a strong pull and .pull all to- when the ,
to prisoners in I ; a five counties are invited to
Those who know what learn how country Germany. gether" is what Mrs Willson asks.
they spend quickly to save It is the self-sacrifice of a nation I'participate by entering exhibits.
e and there is self-sacrifice. I The Committee. That the fair management is in the
no
,'. .-, enough out of what, is ordinarily wasted to maintain a Bank accountof It yet is sacrifice refined into oppor' Mrs. Willson, chairman; Miss hands of progressive people is clearly
tunity. Maude Alice Wagner, assistant chairman I shown by the classy premium list that
liberal proportions. :1 and Misses Ethyl Roberson, lis being sent out. The list reaching
i I Marion Porter, Kathleen Bearden, this t
office
indicated that
CAMPAIGN FOR "FLORIDA'SGREATEST no detail
,
Marie Boyd and Ahah C. Wagner. I has been overlooked that would + 1
I .' An account with this Institution is not only assistance to success CHARITY" tribute to the con {
i success of the event. "

and wealth, it is a builder of character, .and teaches habits of economy Mrs. Minnie-Moore- Willson, who MISS MALING HEARD FROM. I Now that that peace has come there Is
I'-' II. Edmund SWaby lately heard no djjubt the public generally))

e t by stopping the leaks in every-day'expenses. has raise been funds appointed for the county Children's chairmanto Home from Miss E. Maling, whose addressis will that turn to development' movementsand
the fair will be
well {
2 street, New- patron-
Vina Cottage, King .t
t Jacksonville ,has wisely decided to ized
at and
e a huge success.FAMILY .
3 port Fife, Scotland. Miss Maling'sname ,
visit-it will both and beneficial. wage an active campaign as soon as
s Pay us a prove interesting brings up happy memories of
Christmas festivities are
the past.
, committeeof the past when she resided among us., REUNION.
She has appointed a strong
young ladies, many of whom served and was constantly doing acts of Mrs. F. Francis celebrated her
( the Smilage Book committeethat kindness, more particularly was this Christmas with a family reunion at
on
Citizens Bank marked at Xmas tide. I
raised a surprising amount of definitely her. pleasant home on Emmett street ,
n..u'nK' : W'Se&' money to supply amusement for our. feel confident alllof Miss Maling's old when her mother, Mrs. Harris, Mr.
'AT dear and
friends hold her
last to on memory' and Mrs. Deyoreo and and
N boys in camps year, carry children,
in wishing her the
with
join me her sister', Miss Abbie
TTAR SATOICS STAMPS the work. Harris of );
OF .KISSIMMEE .ISSUED BYTMBUNITED L Mrs. Willson is setting no exact blessings of a peaceful Xmas. Camp Shelby, Miss., were ber guests.,
STATES H. EDMUND; SWABY. Rev. and Mrs. W. II. Coleman
quota as a goal but a very systematic pastorof
The bank with taxability and W iIl'IDIOVJ.1'.N.ME.NT: effort wil be made to reach everybodyand the Christian church,' 'were aruesta1' ,
'# g tot the Valley Gazette. at the Christmas dinner.
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