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: January 3, 1919
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00888
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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STATE ',LIVESTOCK MEETING .OOOOOOOOOOOOO..OOOO: .* Mass f O.O.OOOOO.O.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.Meeting OSCEOLA COUNTY STOCK .


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t HERE JANUARY 14, 15, 16 i :' i AND FEED SHOW JAN. 14-17


-- A MASS MEETING OF THE,,CITIZENS, OF KISSIMMEE WILL

1 January: 14, 15 and 16 will be three On Wednesday and Thursday after- BE HELD AT THE CITY HALL ON MONDAY EVENING JAN. ,6TH, Final arrangements for the osce either departments should notify the
of the blgcst days Klssimmee will-'see noon amusing racing programs will County Stock Show and home ,. managers so that they may make '
this year. for the Seventh Annual be pulled off at the fair grounds when 'AT 7:30 O'CLOCK, TO DISCUSS THE MATTER OF BULKHEAD. feed exhibit are rapidly-hearing I.1 I proper arrangements for them.

k convention cf the Florida State Live home grown and home owned cow''I ING THE'LAKE AND OTHER'' QUESTIONS OF VITAL IMPORTANCE pletion and this event which will All stock should be on the groundsnot \.1
Stock Association will be held here, ponies will be eligible toentrv.\ There the place of the regular county fair later than January 14th. This,
and it Is thought that fully four hundred is always a good deal of sport about TO THE CITY. EVERY BUSINESS MAN. IN THE CITY will be held Tuesday, Wednesday and rule holds good for the feed exhibit
of the most prosperous stock local events and ''these programs are I Thursday, the 14th to 17th Inclusive, also. Where it is impossible to do so
growers of all Florida, will be guests sure to be diverting. t SHOULD BE PRESENT. of this, months, scarcely two weeks notices of stock to be exhibited should
of the city. Many of them will brine The ladles of KIssimmee will extend hence. previously be sent to Mr. Johnston or
,. their wives and sisters which swell tHe hospitality of the city to the visiting ; ; tO oo. r oooo.. These dates have been chosen to to Mr. Javens
the number 'considerably* ladies with.suitable social cour- coincide with* the .nnu"1 meeting of. It Js required that all entries of ant.male .
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K The visitors are expected tab, here tesies and it is expected that a general he Florida State Live Stock AssodaJtion must specify the owners' name,
reception will be given on the even-I--Mr. and Mrs. Sherman DeGroot, Misses Anna Wilson Edwina Ray whicn will assemble in its name and ayre. It goes without
.: ing of the 15th; this will likely .be at j who are spending the winter here are and Ponna Harbaugh. of Wlntre Haven flies at' that 'tIme. Klsslm-1 saying that all animals .enteaW must
the county court house and though the Graystone HoteL I pleasantly located in apartments at who have been the !guests of Miss The stock show will be out ho free from disease and In a condi
there will be all day sessions on Wednesday The meeting will close Wednesdaybut (the home of Miss' Lilly Dale, one Mattie' Belle Harris, left Thursdayfor county, fair grounds with Pat tion satisfactory: to the awarding;
1 as well as Thursday,, intermissions the entire convention will be invited Broadway. . their home.. ston In charge of the live JOhn'l judges n JTW ;p"> ,
v will be arranged to permit them to participate in n lake trio and I w partment. an>* Conntv Anent The fair association will care 'for
the fair grounds where basket;dinner and spend In 6 OOO ,.OO. 0000006000006. . .OO +,OOO'0006. . . OOOO. . O 000 king after the feed exhibit. It will the stock on the from
to visit county Thursday. T ' - - - - - - - - - .- - - - -. ground Tuesday
} the'stock show and home grown feed this novel manner. ;", be impossible for either! Mr. Johnston morning until Thursday morning'
exhibit will be going on. or'Mr.,Javens to.call on all the farm It is yet too early to state just who
;Th Florida State""Dnlry Association Harry Hunter expected to arrive The Florida State Live StockAssociation era or stock 'growers of the county will make exhibits, but this much is'
will celebrate the second anniver from his Toronto home next week and and solicit their co-operation but this known that among' others Mr. Brans
take up his abode at the Log House. co-operation will be necessary to of Narcoossee. Will have eight head of,
dele-gatesrthat Mr.\ Hunter Is a prince.of good fellow. make the exhibit a credit to the coun- pure bred Holstelns, which are as line
and his genial personality has made ty; one that her citizens would be as can be found in Florida or anywhere
dustry. him a host of friends here who anticipate nroud. to display to the four hundredo and Robert Pare. of the Edge- '
Th. social features of the conven- his coming.withpleasure.. Mr. tion will not be Overlooked and several Hunter is bringing his mother with Seventh Annual Convention Kissimmee < eyents have been planned for the entertainment him this year;' She will live' at the here) from all parts of the state. Anyone tell the Itory.o( what Is going on outthen.
of the expected visitors. Country-Club. intending to make 'exhibits In '
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{t POSTOFFICE WILL MOVE T0.i PROGRAM. .... \l .. I ''NTERESTiN-iLEJTERS FAVOR .




i THE, COTTERMAN BUILDING 10:00 a. m. Enrollment.TUESDAY MORNING JANUARY SESSION.;.M. 1919.. .'. k ::11/ BULKHEADING 'THE LAKEFRONT .


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10:30 a. m. Invocation. */
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10:35 a. m. Singing. America.'I ,
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Cotterman\ received word NewTear's Editor Klssimmee Valley Gazette; pessary expensive: concrete wall
10:45 Address of Welcome Pat Johnston Kissimmee. sea
C. Koons FI..tAuist.nt : a. m. .-.It'l. evident to citizen
Day from J. the advent of 1919. every or.oth. IdeA, amithe incorporation of'a line
4 Postmaster General stating The day proper began with'a sunrise . I 11:00 I : a. m. Response Ft. W. Dun lap. Green Cove Springs. e'persoq interested in'thefuture wll J5 \Pf tell jr. twelve foot.Uin..und.r .
k that his bid for the location of T>rayef3neetlng.: when the church 11:15 a. m. Presidel1t' Annual Address Dr.; W. F. Blackman fare. and advancement of Kisslmmee, loci embankment, eliminating obnoxious -"
the postofflce had been accepted. Mr. bells palled the sleeping people to the -. Jacksonville. j that we are in need of some constructive growth and by having deep wa;'
Cottermat\ made a ten year proposition realization that another mile post was 2:00 "Advantages 'of Pur -bre<{ Bulls and How to Secure, movement that will maintain and ter at the bank, the,total cost could
r ,to the postoffice authorities, offering p.m. ; accelerate our' municipal expansionIn be reduced
oassed and"that an untried vista'86S of materially. .
d the corner root in his .brick days stretched; .before them. ,Th Them. J. H. McClain Dairy Husbandman of the Bureau -. people, property and prosperity, Various; people. Jiave asserted this.
block at the corner of Broadway and meeting' which washeld In the.,tPresbyter of Animal Industry,,Dairy Division. Washington. and now seems to be the psychological improvement would increase their
Poisiel avenue. "- The inspector who 'an''church, '' was' well attended- ,3:15 p", m. .Round Table Conferences; Personal Experiences and ; tlm.f, for, never have the people''' of taxes) this I. an erroneous statement,"
was here In November at the time and\ the) _solemn.service .was 'conducted ..;\ .Experiment-.- .SixMinuUrAxUresses0."O.Adamsr\ : mme., been.more .fullof "pep" for the. dty.k"in'reality the irreatftt"benetlclary ;
the bidsrwer..obmitted,-remarked to bv ,,Rev.' Hodnett, the pastor of' the L E. C. and ambition to accomplish something and it should be the mean
Jacksonville! J. Bartholomew Galloway
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.11; ;Mr. Cotterman that his room was es- First Methodist church.' ; ', nor more desirous of harmonious of permitting a considerable reduction.
pecia11y suited for this purpose oncount Only the banks and the post office Beuchler, Anthony(( J. H. Bright Miami; Z. C. Cham- co-operation: in any merited from the present mllliage; The city
of the big sidedoors which observed, Wednesday as a legal holiday bliss Ocala;' R. M. Clewii. Tampa;' Dr. R/-J. H. De- movement to improve the. city. would receive in taxes from reclaimed:
,fo would accommodate' the .rural route the stores and other business Loach Chicago; J. B. Durler, Lee.burgL P.. Dickie '''This' condition could be obtained. vacant lots alone sufficient to liqui-
carriers. The new location' has the houses going about their business as m6r successfully in the bulkhead In, date the bonds, leaving, "velvet" to
Board
of C L
Secretary Trade Tampa Gaines Jacksonville -- f
located ; of the lake shore than other the
advantage of being centrally; usual. by any city- all taxes .on new-
and in one of the...,newest brick blocks .' ,. ; E. E. Goodnow LaBelle; F. C. Groover Jacksonville means.; The project is more or l leesfamiliar' to mention the gift of buUdln.f'not l
1n the 'ltV. THREE' J F. MEETINGS WILL BEHELD 2.\' 1 ,' ., .. ... \.,''. ; U. A. Lightsey. Bartow; Burdette Loomis, JrHy < > everybody and very few parks (which we are sadly Isi.Metf. )
Mr.\ Cotterman will have till, July : : r;:: Fort.Pierced.: M. Meffert. Ocala; J. G.'Pace' ; Pena i '. have ever-doubted the desirability of and from 7 t<12 acres of lake ftoWt-
the first to get his room I in readiness HERE IN JANUARY ';\ .,' c la'\'A.:\ )'SellQml. Bonifay!d:J.LB.'Simonton.JMicanopy; ; theinvestment but ratherwhat, ability land added to the city's property.lyf, .
for governmental and a representative I' sition developed doubted the What do .
use. M.f\ you think about it, Mr.,;;
of the department. will '< th'ree ;- v F. HSmithHillsdale.: \ Michigan:'R.'G.'TonkintAr ", of the city and property'' owners to Kiasimmite You are rearing to
supervise the equipment and see'that The F meetings which are cadia; and Will M. Traer, Editor of the Farmer and' pay the cost of the work without dif get to doing something to stir up' the
every detail acorda with the accepted. being held under the auspices of the Stockman Jacksonville. ficulty.The. town and put It back on the. map.
plan. Agricultural Department>cf the-University extent ot'the project places it where it used to be. Are you willing
Other' buildings that were submitted of Florida at Gainesville with NIGHT SESSION. above the "piker" class and would be to forget your -pettf. larceny.'grouch
?, frr' this loeat'on were the James the object of. promoting increased In- 8:00 p. m. Rollins College Glee Club. 'invaluable as 'an' investment of our about your pet scheme to improve .,
TU. Willson,"Jr.'s new brick block on terest in feed, ,:food and forage, will 8:15 p. m. Address. W. R.' Goodwin. Managing Editor Breeder's 'progressiveness as a municipality.{ and get on the',bulkhead bandwagonand
Turlington avenue Mrs. R. B. Savijre' be observed in >Osceola county. January Gazette.,Chicago. No other scheme of improvement .boost for people, property and yuprosporlty
lock on B-ovivn" ? and D'c!L'i 24th and 25th. has ever been advocated that the people T '
avenue and H. C.' Stanford's site, County Agent Javens received a no- ; 9:00 p. m. "'Experiences and Observations in Europe, Dr. George! as a whole are more agreeable\ on .Don't. be a slacker to your town.
q ;where .the postoffice is noW located. tice this week of the coming event M. Mommel, Chief; Animal Husbandry Division, Wash that :could' possibly produce the results ALAN J. MacDONOyGH.,
of the and that speakers would be here from \
Just. what the figures new Ington. that'bulkheading should. Surveys -- r
Y lease were, haa not been stated. the Gainesville on those days'to.. address 'WEDNESDAY JANUARY 15. 19)9.) have been made at least four different To Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette:
beocle.> 'meander- bulkheading lines, '
Being' interested in the welfare and
On the 24th these gatherings will MORNING SESSION. one of which could be selected either .
.3: KISSIMMEE CELEBRATED growth of our elegantly located: city,
; be held at Shingle Creek and -at the 9:30 a. m. "Sheep and Goats in Florida; W. :J-: Clark, Tallahassee bv vote or by a mass' meeting vote I wish to'add my approval of the A
; YEAR AS USUAL
: NEW Partin Settlement and the 25th,
ty,, .on former) after being fully explained by maps taken
editor; Shepherd's'Journal. steps \ibeing to .bulkhead
to 'w.-- at St. Cloud and Kissimmee.Just !
and plan,
figures showing the cost of each
be is 10:00 a. The Work of the'V.riousCo-operative.: Agencies. Six beautiful lake. I consider the
hat the' will m. :
'j' The New Year was ushered in this program different line. These preliminary surveys suggested Hon. O. A. Carson in
not known at this time.but it Is sure Minute Addresses. State Department of Agrculture
:week with the customary'ceremonies would also enable an early start your last l issue a.feasibJe.one. to have
-.1; ,app likely'accompanied with the usual to be both interesting and instructive, W..A.. McRae. Tallahassee; State Live Stock Sanitary to be-made on the actual work,. as the work done., ,
v, resolutions. At two o'clockin: themorning and should be, well attended bv the Board. R. W. Storrs, DcFuniak Spring.; Florida Cattle thy, are sufficiently- complete with I By bnlkheadlng our lake and clean- e
this
{ \ of January first the timepieces lection.growers of stock >and feeds(of Tick Eradication Committee, Chairman, J..M., Burguie-, the..addition of' specifications to be' ing out the. large drain ditch around
supposed to be turned submitted to> contractors for bids. ,
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was up our city, the way will be opened up
one hour to accord with the perm.nent res. West Palm Beach; State Experiment Station; Director There are many other''reasons why for It,tq take on new life and grow.A .
schedule established for this section SCHOOL WILL'OPEN AT i P. H. Rolfs and Vice-Director J. M. Scott. Gainesville this project is perferrable and no reason cent or expenditure even$50,00

of Florida, but it is safe to guess 8:45 NEXT MONDAY. JAN. 6 ; .College of Agriculture, Professor C. H. Willough- why'it should not be' brought to or $75,000 on the part of'the city on i
that this ceremony was either Tuesday evening or later Wednesday -, Florida State Swine Growers Association President Z. people ,,by a call for .n -election for would enhance the values of the properties > t
On account of of east the issuance of bonds to
morning. the adoption meet the cost of oUJ' .city fully. 20 per cent
The young people-... of 'cKlslimmeemad. ern time the Klssimmee public schools ,C. Herlong. Micanopy; Florida State Dairy 'As ocia- of the' city' share of the work?,which and repay by Increase In taxes in a
merry with watch parties, dances will begin at 8:45: a. m., and.will close i tion President R. G. Johnson Tallahassee; Federal has been estimated 'to be approximately short''time the cost and cause! many..
and other social events and a at .8:30 p. m., until further notice. Bureau of Animal Industry Dr. H. A. Logan Tallahas-: | one-fifth of the total cost. ,
number of them remained tin to'see R. M. EVANS. Principal. __ With the abandonment' of the un- (Continued On, Pan,Eight) .
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: 2:00 "Forest Fires AFTERNOON in Relation SESSION.Florida's Resources and Industries
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NAT CARSON MADE SUPREME Service,"Washington.Austin Gray, Logging Engineer.. Lf. S. Forest. HOLIDAY .HUNTING PARTIES


245; p. m. "Women'onthe,, Farm and Ranch." Ten Minute Ad-

,SACRIFICE NOVEMBER 1 1ST: dresses;! Mrs" W. "F.: Blackman. Lake Monroe; Mist' BRING INMUCU'BfG GAME

t Mary O. Chase: Brandon i Mrs. Marian A. ''Horwitz..

\ Moore Haven; Miss May Morse Assistant Home' Demonstration ,

. \ '- Agent: Tallahassee; Mrs. S. R. Pyles. Ocala;, --
'P kfr., and Mrs.' N. B. (Carson received pathy of the community for the bereaved Mrs J. D.:Randall. Lawteyj: and.Mrs. H. G. Wagener. :The Christmas. holidays were 'cele ing.. Taken as a''whole,'the trip was
t '. cable yesterday morning bringing family in their hour of horrow, Green Cove C brated by' a,number of hunting parties a, splendid success.. i
1. nor the deep regret that Is > the sad intelligence that; their young. so promising' a: young man should 3:45: p.. m. Visit fo Osceola CoUIlt)' Fair. few days and returnedwith plenty :of in two trucks and a' car, and
'"t eon. Nat', aa he was familiarly have fallen; even'' though died a NIGHT SESSION. game and reports of worlds of sports. went to Half-Way 'Hammock and

f\ [known, here, h.d 'made';'the supreme'sacrifice' hero's 'death.iLADIES'. I 8:00 m. Music, Rollins College Glee Club. A party including in its personnel camped. there until' Saturday when. ; $ ;
- -q p. several
his"life distinguished out of town with four 60
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'" and had given for returned deer.
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.'the" freedom cf the world. OF G. A.' R'INSTALL'OFFICERS. 8:15 p. m. Address, DQ;? E. Z. Russell in Charge'of Swine Investigations. guests, went to Camp Hammock aweek's puail two o'possums and a fox, toy.,
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Animal Husbandry Division. Washington.- hunt, returning' home Sunday theft credit.
The cable contained no' details, only 'II ., 9:00 p. m. "Cattle Tick Eradication in .Florida." Illustrated,,, Ey In[ the party were U. Senator, N. In this party' were. Mr. and Mrs
.', the terse message "Killed In action ." -' in P.. Bryan. U. S. Marshal Boswell. 'L. Ordia Bass and two children*, 'AUe4 "
Moving Picture. Dr. E. M. Nighbert Inspector
'\, November 1st and buried in"the Ara- The members 'of.Sec: a-Wlck Circle, to P. Morse, of Colorado J. M. Canon and Ordia, Jr.. .Mr.<'and. Mra. Fred-
ffonne,": "Some weeks ago the news No. 6, Ladies of.the G.-.A. R., are requested Charge Jacksonville.'THURSDAY . of.Miami." W.'J..Steed Wid C. A., Carson Lorenzo and baby, Mrs. GA.. Whld-- "
.reached .her from the war, department to meet at their hall January8th JANUARY'I6. 1919.. Jr; of KIa mmee.' Later in the den Misses Alice Driggere, Katie and "
'st.tlngthat: he was missing at: 10 a. m: ; and hold the installation week they_were joined by Dr.- Roy Viola Todd Ida Vanls. Irene HiUlard; .
'act:***.and the family. cabled to' Captain ceremonies them the following MORNING SESSION Chalker, of Lake City and.Dr..W..P. Messrs.Dan Whldden...Hampton Bass -
jMarioa Canon._hi.,broth8f'.._who officers will take seats: 9:00 a.- m.. Question Box. ' Dunn, of Chicago." and Emmett RolflT. ,,
is with the" 61it Infantry in the regular President-Mrs. Alice --Thrasher. 9:30'. 'm. 'Business Session. .' .. ThcLf etnrnlng hunters brought re- Henry Lightsey. and Howard Anderson ilt }
army,and'-the message ,Thursday lit rice-Mrs. Frances Neeper. Report,'of Resolution ..CommitteeElection ,, ,.,q , ,' -. :; aortmff plenty ofgame and tell of went ''Out-for three days bird;;
came,from Captain Carsoneo..there 2nd vice-Miss\Cecelia.Payton; of Officer'* I ' two d r.:the Jimlt on quail..and sev hunting and ,brought; back the limit.
can.be no doubt of It. authenticity.. >Nat Carson Jr.. was reared.ln Kissimmee Tre..urer-Mn.: Lowell. Minutes.' marksmanship though the stories of T. .J; Burckhalter; 'W.; B.. Arnold,,, V
and was weD known and liked 'Conductor-Mrs..'Elswlck. : Adjournment.1030 .- lust: what each ,man'g'.pharpwofthe with his two sons William and Harry' '."....
here.; He left college to Jot,,'the'army 'Assistant Conductor: -Mrs.' Miller., ''. / a. 'm. Excursion .and'l Barbecue Tendered, .by the ,People of, ItiUIne' ,had been, seem' ''to conflict. stride ,Graham"and two; SM;
and was), with> the 2nd, training Guard-Mrs. E; C. Barrett.",, 'Kissimmee.I There.was\al lu eeufur 'snipe1 i"'fi\* George Balsden'motored d ',. wKlssimmee r. '
Batallion1st,training fteglmentw :}).. Patriotic 'Instructor-Mrs.' !Frances polled off for the benefit of one of vie Prairie IMP 'fct$ of, far'days
8. BUrines.! :" Van.Dozer, .. :. . -, -- party, but ther.a.was:'''O''eontenu.aq' and b1'01lcht'do11'! abed
words to the Chaplain, Cojner.", 4 'to who held the sack on that: ....... of,birds .
;/an!, convey: Iym Mrs/'M4; .' \\1 \ ,. ", .... ,,.,r '...." ,plenty T, 'h\u '
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I conditions that Antichrist shall be 'eel, will drive the Crescent oat of /

/ t t: .' GERMAN RIVERS TO BE crushed like straw on the threshing Europe, where theVe will be rib longer ,'".

. _. floor. any but Chriatla.. He wUl Install
I The' three animals will not be per himself at Constantinople. i

.I'' ,' CLOGGED WITH DEAD mitted to cease fighting as long as Explanation of Text. .
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Antichrist
has soldiers.
The kaiser is a German Lutheranone -

Citrus i ,Fruits No Considered Luxuries Last Battles Near;Gun Works. arm is withered. .
: Longer SAYS, OLDJWHECY It will be made manifest that the Germany is the Black Eagle. ,

combat, which will be fought out in Austria, her ally, has also an eagle 'a
that'part of the country in which Russia, is the White Eagle
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{ Can' Be Grown With Assurance of Stable Demand Kaiser Will Die Alone and Insane Antichrist forges! man conflict. The is.
and Ilia Empire Will Become TwentyTwo animal defenders England, the British Empire,

. a New State. of army-of the Lamb Antichrist.will exterminate the last the Leopard. .

? Antichrist will lose his crown and Engraved Cards Wadding

Became better understanding their food and health' valuei, grape The tour corners of the earth will die in solitude( and madness. His empire Invitations Engraved and Embossed
yield armies for the great war, and will be divided into twenty-two ,
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fruit and:l oranges are now considered a Decenary' part of the daily diet ,}jn fighting on German aoil' will becomeso states but none will have any longer Stationery can be secured at

." 'millions of homes furious that the previous battles any fortifications, army. .or ships of the Gazette office. Let us. show you
.' will be as nothing if a. 300-year war and price's. tf
samples ,
The numbers of people who eat citrus fruits in some form 'at.every meal prophecy is fulfilled,' This prophecy, The White Eagle, by order of Mich- our j .
written by the monk Fratre - -
Johnnes .
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i: I \ : or at least once 'a. day. is rapidly increasing and once the habit. is formed about the year 1600. has been brand OOOoooo I.OOOOOOOOC0000900000000t ..ooooo.ootOOOOOO.Cone .

(' 'f ., '""' .. seldom it it dropped. *' ed (genuine by the Newspaper Information
/,\ re Bureau at Washington. Dir
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';;'" ., ; '. These facts 'mean a great deal to citrus grower, especially those of ector the J. Haskin, head of the bureau Over the TOD
says prophecy was' found old
1 j Florida, where are' produced .the grapefruit and oranges of such surpassing parchment in the Convent of on the

:'I' quality that they set the standard by whkh all others are judged. Holy Ghost at Wismar. 'Germany
and is under in .
{, kept glass that city. The Chemical Indoor Closet
The owner of 'a producing grove now has the assurance of stable de- There are a number. of discrepancies Waterbury '

: 1 :. ': "" ." '. mane for his fruit and if it'it properly cunlivated., carefully picked and. I to the which'translations' Mr| Haskin, of says:which are there due *--FOR-

I {.k," ",''i., packed, and marketed intelligently the price received will b*' such as' to .' have been many. The text of the remarkable EFFICIENCY ECONOMY'' COMFORTH.

than other form o6 ag' icuhure. prophecy is 'a sfollows
';.'l 1, ,, make-his operations more profitable any Kaiser a Lutheran.

V tS /., Buckeye Nurseries have had faith that the ultimate destiny of the citrus The real' Antichrist will be one of EDMUND SWABEV, AgentBox
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the monarchs of his time, a Lutheran 625 KISSIMMEE FLA. : :
\! i,' industry would be just what the present .situation indicate and realizing the Protestant. He will invoke God and ,

truth ,.that "faith without works is dead,. have done their full share to bring give himself out as'his'messenger, or OUo.U'H .
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. apoRtle.
V .: about the favorable conditions which 'now make the future so promising. ,, This prince of lies will\ swear by

the Bible. He will represent himself
I:. ",- Groves pkanted several years ago on Buckeye advice, with Buckeye QS the arm of the Most High, sent

v 1.. :',':' I,. . trees, and cared for by Buckeye methods, are now paying investments to to chastise corrupt peoples
lie will have only one arm, but his
f .' their owners. We confidently believe that plantings 'made now will prove Innumerable armies, who will take t

I even'' more .profitable when they come into bearing and .trongly'urge the for their device and words "God is
with us," will resemble the infernal Will Sell Shoes
I ,* ; ,->' setting of new groves this season wherever practical.TheBuckeye'catalog ", regions. '

1 \ Ii \' >' Spies Overrun the Earth.
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0"1 : ; {I { I" and His will overrun >
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will-help'you to start right
d .'>a,. .' :. 1:.\\r.,: ,>!,",;,{V\tl' ,' ,,' :', and. the earth, and he will be master of .
'. '' ' ''//'H n "I ; ; to keep right in citrus grove. Writ today for ." ;.. the secrets of the Only For Cash
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o ,: ,. '. take to prove his celestial mission. "
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'. .' "<.1." ,' Buckeye Nurseries Armies tunity of will throwing be involved off the from mask.the This is to notify my friends and customers that after this date .

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\ ; M. E GILLETT D. C. GILLETT . four quarters of the earth. no shoes will be charged to any one under any circumstances. I.:
I" :;1r. ,y \f ' ''For by the third week the angels ,
.. -' :>r .,'" ,., ,, ( 't .. ...>\ .:. :," '.ij;; '4J ,. 1134 Citizens Bank Building Tampa, FloridaProceedings who will perceive that the man is Th government has fixed the price of SHOES for all grade, 'J'':
'I' : '' ' Antichrist and that'all will become '
t .. ..'.''J'. , ., Ills slaves if they do not overthrowthis and the profit 'will now be too small to permit selling them on charge '!

-: 1" .- conqueror.Will accounts. .
Kill Women and Children.. '.1
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Antichrist wll l be (recognized by

> various tokens-in special he will Our Stock, however, will !be kept fully up to the usual standard,
massacre the the monks, he
women, and children priests and the aged. and we will continue to handle a full line, of the best quality Shoes j

Mlss- Rhea Phrlg-o> ', office, wk.. 16.00 He will show no mercy but will pass for Men, Women and Children, and solicit your continued patronage
I i H M Evans salary ..___-_..... SOO.OOMl torch; in hand like the barbarians, 1
of the.School Board I I ** Almenla I Leltner. al *ch 1 126.00: but invoking Christ.
Ml** Eleanor Moeley, *ch !-.,. 100.00 His -words of imposture will resem- ,
Ml rattle Martin, ._.
*ch 1 100.00 ble those of Christians. He will havean .
Ml** Dele| Cooper, *ch 1 100.00'
:The Board of PubHc Instruction of To receipts. durin I( ,rnonth. .... 17.0. Ml** Margaret Veach, ach -1.... 80.00 eagle in his arms, there will also C. .'
O coav. county,, met ''in, regulari session Mr F C Bryan *ch 1 ........ 80.00 be'an eagle in the arms of his con- H. STANFORD; CO.
y - 117.08Br Ml*. Lola Lawler .ch 1. ,._ 0.00
federate. 'But later will be Christian
December 2nd, there being warrants. Issued' during mo 17.60 Ml** Lillian Preniis. *eh 1 .... 80.00 a .
present ,W. C. Bass, chairman; W. R. MI.. Cleo Wooldrldgre sob 1.. 80.00 and will die from the maledic-
Lanier and J. II. Baisden; also' C. E. ..... ......, .. 'IU..S8 1111..,Virginia" Tiller, *ch 1.,... 80.00 tion of Pope Benedict, who' will be J.
niMrirt N S. ,
Mrs. F C Edward., *ch 1 '...... 80.00Mra.
the cf the reign
Yowell elected nt' beginning
superintendent and John S. <
To bal on hand lastreport _:l 11.11To .- J W Trammell, *ch 1 .... 80.00 '
.Cadet, attorney for the Board. receipts during month -.-.-' 114.17 Mis Cecelia Ov.rstreet. *ch 1.. 80.00 of Antichrist.
The minutes of the last meeting Ml** Louise Thomason *ch 1 ._ 80.00 Demon Takes Possession of Him. -
read and $118."" Mr*. M C Bryan, sch i ........ 80.00: In order to Conquer Antichrist it .
were approved. warrants
: By Issued during; mo. 111.* Mis. Lillian Dale, *ch 1 .._..___ 80.00
Financial Statement of County Ml.. Medora Huscell. *ch 1 .___ 80,00Mls. will be necessary to kill more men
School Funds for the month ending To' bal on hand Not. 10th _l.f 8S.08 Kdna Schwelkart sch 1.. >80.00'1If1. than Rome has ever contained. Never
November 81, 19181 ' '. 11.1. District N.. .. ', ** Ilion flutes sch 1 _......a .1'SO.OO will humanity have been faced with OSGEOLA HOTELWill THE
To bal on'h.nd last reportS (1.77
Ml** Emma Towell, sch 1 ...... SO.OOMl
, Omeral ,see_I F..d. To receipts.. ..duringmonth. . ..*... 8,10To1ba1 :** Nellln McQuarrle, sch-1 .. ,t6.00: such a peril, because the triumph of
'Itel on( hand aaat'report _.--$ 1191.si on \ Miss Iva Jtlswonner, *ch 8 .,,.** \ (0.00 the Antichrist would be that of the Overland Garage j
70 receipt duringmonth. .... 68K2.61 hand Nov DI.trt"t.80th.I...___1,84.17SHbMrhool Mr.. Tioda Lucu., ch 8 '_-..-.- BS.00Mr demon, who have taken possession open for the Fall and Winter .
N. 6. *. C A Bailey *ch 7, 7 day. 121.00Mls.
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18144.14 To bal -on hand last report ..__$14.40 Myra Hodlf lI. sen 9 .____. 66.00A his personality. Season' .Sept. 12th. Is now, under hew management
By warants Issued during mo 6188.7s To reclpts during month ....._ 4.18 A Kplffht. sch IS _..__....... 76.00 Toward the year 2000, Antichristwill Families contemplating; spendingthe
Mr .A A Knight, *ch IS ...... -60.00 be made 'manifest. 'His army All work on all makes of cars and ..
I T. baton band Nov 80th ...-_.' JU.... To bal on hand Nov 20th.u.$ H.3SWarrants N H Bullard. *ch 16 ___.____?.-. 187.60 that can be winter In Kissimmee will,find
.....11..... District N.. 1. were examined and cancelled Mis. Lauraea, sch 16 ...... S6.00 will surpass in.anything accommodations'' pleasand and marine work done promptly. Frank
To bal on hand last report ...., 187.18 In open eslon as Otllill.l.: Sites Kate Capllnarer, echI8 __ 0.00 imagined. There will be Christians our
TO receipts during I month .... 4B .54 Oeneral school found .-._--. hiss Mertle Fletcher, *ch 16.. 80.Ot> among the cohorts and there will be home-like. J, Jones is in charge of the repair
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S 8. I> No. 'fund 181.00a Ml.* Je-Ia Doollttle. sen IS .. 80.00
I. a I>. No. 1 fund ...____... 16.00 Mis. Katherlne Shadoan ...h.1' 80.00Mis Mohammedans among the defenders RATES REASONABLE department
By warants'Issued durlnm maslit 00 8. 8. D. No. < fund ,____;;"'.___ ....06 Mary Florence *ch 16-___ 80.00 of the Lamb, as well as some heathen
BUI were approved and warrants Mis Emma Tyson *ch 18 .... 80.00 soldiers. MRS. W. H. ARNOLD I
To bal on hand Nov -10th '___.$ I8.:.6t Issued .. folowa: Mass llllan Ida sch 16 ?____ 80.00 The Black Eagle will hurt Itself P. H. TYNER Mgr..
Bjehe IlUtrlet. N.. X. ISfmrrml "....1 Fa... Miss Star Palaley, sch 16 __..__ 80.00 PROPRIETRESS ]
TO bal on hand last report ...., 110.00 C. ,E. Towell. sal supt .._-__._S160.00 Miss -Kleda L>oollttl.., *ch 18__.. 80.00 upon the Cock, which will lose many
W O Da., M B P'I _.____.__... 4.00 hiss Lottie Doolittle *ch 16__ 60.00 Feather's. It will soon be exhausted, ,
No Worms In a 'Child W R Lanier, M H.P, I ........ &.40 Mr*. Lottie Huff sch 18 .b___ 66.00 but for the leopard and its claws.
Healthy J H Bal.den, M 11 P I ...-.-.. 13-00 8 F' H.dley, '*ch 20 _,.______ 60.00 o..
All children troubled with worm have an uoBMMhr color,which Indicate*poor blood, and u a C -Woodall.. janitor h'-i._ ::.gg Mellsee Koberaon, *ch 20 -___ 46.00 from the land of Luther, will makea x
ml, there U more or leH stomach dlcturbaixw. Chaa Leyl janitor 11 .... 30.00 Haute King sch 20 _._______ 46.00 surprise attack upon the .Cock. ,i
CKOVE'S TASTELESS: chill TONIC regnlwir Oeo Chandler, io.rcc 10 .. 8.00: M A Johnson, .ch 26 ____...___ 46.OOMis Russia.
far two or three weeks will enrich the blood. 1mprere J 8 Cadel, attorney for board.15.60 Fannie Addison, *rh 17 .. 65.CO White Eagle : *. ,0/1/(
.. Lula ._ .. The White will come from "
the dJdestian.aDd act sac Gecenl8uoha- Presbyterian church rent 8.1S Miss Ormond. *ch 11 ? 60.00 .
enlna Tonic to the whole.,...... Nature will then Urn It on A Qulce, rent-----a &..00P Cora Gnuldlnsr, sen82 ._ 46.00: the) North. 'f
Sander., rent..u. ........ 4.00 Mis Edith.Niswonuer, sch'35__ 66.00
IbrewiBordlrpelth.warm.andtb.Child\ will find itself
wwb. .. .. L L _____ ...- The Black Eagle,
.to Ml Alblnn." Smith. C C Agnt. 60.00 Jordan./ srh 40 .r55.00:
perfect health. Pleasant to uhe. SOo per bottle. (I BVoodnll, atti-ndanoe of __ 2B.no Miss Mary Addlson *ch 48 .... 66.00 forced to let go the Cock in order.,to R: S. : ,1
H &W B Drew Co., form --___ 14.20 fight the White Eagle, whereuponthe FLOYDIl
. ... Klssy phone Co., phone rent __ 1.10R Cock will have to the ,
!. .. .oo. o..oo..oo.o .ooooo.o..oo..o.oooo M Kvans, dues So Assn .... '1.00 pursue .
Oeeola.. Hdw Co., supplies .... 14.96 Black Eagle into the land of the Antichrist .
J W Duke. repairs ._?__.___._ l.fcfl to aid the White Eagle. 1.e
Valley Gazette pub minute. .. 1.00 The battles fought to that time
A E Thorns, water rent .._ H-K up \
Our Boys l Have "Cleaned Up"The 8 8 D No 1 fund, loan ..!.> r100.00- will be as nothing compared to that 1

"..*>."..*.. Dltriet Me. 1 which will take place in the Lutheran .
Mrs. Rhoda L.UC*., .ch 8 ....-. 10.00 country. Groceries and :
Miss Myra Hodges, *ch B .____. 10.00 When the beast finds himself lost,
Kaiser Hun and John Spaulding, wood __...._i 8.00
; The H C Hartley, supplies .......... 11.60 lie. will become' furious.Will ,
Chas Levy, Attendance of. .... SS.OO Cross ..River Over Bodies.
Dr. It C Riddle supplies :..... 6.2S Men win be able, to cross the riven

.. German Autocracy! J Oceola K Conn Hdw supplies do., supplies___....i...... .6.7S.&0 over the bodies of.. ,the dead. Fresh Meats ..
: St Cloud Tribune, supplies ..:_. 8.00 Antichrist will sue for peace many
I .*>.*eha.l DUtrlet N.. 3. times but the who
L 'L Jordan ach 40. .......... 10.00 march before three 'anima"'of' the I
Osc. Hdw Co, stove *ch 40 .... 17,16 that .
Carson Farmer, Insurance .... 11.15 Lamb, will have proclaimed victory -
0..*>.8ehl ni* rlet N.. .. ; will not be given except on the ,
\ A Wonderful J AchievementLet A A Knight *cb IS ...._.*.._ 15.00
? ., Mr. A A Knight, soh 11 __._?_ 10.00Mrs .
Lottie Huff, ch IS ........ 10.00 '
W H Phillips.. piano .ch IS .... SOO.OO FOR: COLDS AND GRIPPE Phone 176 302 Broadway
S H Fertlc", supplies ....___... ',(.10 :
fc-8rheL m* rlet N. S
I Oceola Hdw Co. supplies -_. S.ll FOLLOW DOCTORS'ADVICEAsk'and

. us. now "cleoti,up"' at. home. at once The board finding Insufficient funds
in' sub-schol district No.. 3,.. to meet .
; .ail our business affairs.We current expenses, ordered $300 loanedto physician or druggist and
said fund from the general! school' he will tell you that the firsf step in oo.o..o..ooo- , , oo.o..ooooo.ooo..ooooooo.oo..o.- , , - - ., .- .
sire asking all our customers to "clean up" in fund. the treatment- a cold, cough or I :
grippe should invariably be "a brisk
} full aU'acco Dta that they 'owe us between now The board received applications calomel purgative, preferably the '

and the close of the 1918 that is from the State Bank of Kissimmee, tausealess calomel, called Calotabs.T MANHATTAN HOTEL:
; during
year ,
the Bank. of ,Saint Cloud, and !!the This alone is often sufficient to breakup A.. E. DROUGHt '

the next six weeks.... Be; sure to give this 'your Citizens Bank, of Kisaimmee, to be a".evere.cold" over night or cut Now Open for,the Winter Season. t _

persosuJ attention. designated depositories. of the school shorVan attack of grippe and possibly Broadway
funds.. On motion ;
dul made
and seconded -
prevent pneumonia' .
,(; the State iBank of Kissimmee One the at bed A.Family Hotel: with all the Comforts
Calotab ,
on tongue
Ifyou: ; We Real Estate and: InsuranceREPRESENTS
cannot the
raise willaccept'Liberty.'Bondsand -
et money was unanlmou.ly designated as':depository time ,with a swallow of water-that's of Home .
of;' all the school funds of all.' No. salts,' no n/ausea{/ nor the ,
WAr' the count' for the year'' '1919, the slightest interference with 'your eat* .-

Saving amount of the bond to be furnished ins, pleasures or work Next morning RATES$2.50 PER DAY,, '
; Stamps in payment by said bank to be $15,000.. ; 41 The Hans Insurance Co. of New
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,i" ; your cold haa'vanilhed,,,and you' en- ,
; ,,/'t".r . 'oiyour Account;: The board fixed December 21, 1918, tire system is purified and. refreshed. Special by tha Week. York, tile National' lira lasnraaca .

a > as' the date for. the closing of the Calotabs are sold ,only, in original Co. of Hartford, The .Sun, aia4

PLEASE,. DONrr, ''BE: A''SLACKER' mats schools holidays of the;' and county January for the'.6th Chilt-,. 1919, sealed.- ,'Recommended packages! ; V price and guaranteedby thirtyfivecents MRS..' H; BSAYAGf" ,.. Prop.. .any, other..reliable! eorapaaleaydrove's

U.th. date.of
reopening.
druggists everywhere. Pries refunded
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, : .... Yours respectfully.. The board ordered.-warrant. drawn i if YOU are- not de1hrbtecl.-adv .- .. . -- -...
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\WAk&C4tiRO, tRYCO' amount school of Poe No.to pay for piano furnished ember showing$296 deposited to the R it Two furnished flats., TastoteMehlll. T.sio'M.talwvkautysadwnrbi ;
: :: ,18, at Kensnsville. credit of the general school fund.' For : '

d1 ".....:.-...". . . .. .. ,. .-" .. -..' Hal.T.-M.report; Murphy of '1I1m; Couht c"UeenSej,': Judge thebaud'There\ .being, no .further' business, with modern"convenience: *. .VT.B.; .. ricMasth* ....... Yo p.a.osteelIts 8or1A'la"aad.8 d meet
sleeted dJOum .te ; Saturday f I $$L4f. ......'
IM4 Harris,. CJaietta of flc C J[ alas, Uvitfmdat PrIce,eta' JHU1l
00 ... , during: .the month of;, No.a ,. DecemJjOT .2X. 1918.. i , :
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I r I L Proceedings, of the County Commissioners I IJ a The The full board board board reconvened took being recess present.Mr at until.1:30 1.30.p. m. --. _


T, B. Gillispie came before theboari
J, The Board of County Commission Mr. C.. S. Acree appeared before and asked that bill as presented _

r; era in.and for Osceola county, met Inregufor the board and presented his bill for to the board'at a prior, session for

I: session December 2nd, at 10 construction of dipping vat at his ,$1141.67 for extra work .shouldering' ftlha t"S! inMJaCup

: o'clock a. m., there being present place in the Point<<>> and asked them to ,on the Loughman..road ]>e paid. Commissioner ..
.f<<' Ernest Mach, chairman} E. L. Over- make inspection before paying the A. F. Bass made a motion

,, street, 3. K. Billiard A. F. Bass and bill, $170.44, upon motion of Commissioner that said amount be paid, motion sec

B. H. Guy commissioners; Milton A. F. 'Bass, seconded by ,onded by Commissioner, E; U D ?

..' Pledger, attorney for the board. and Commissioner J. K. Hilliard and carried ''Overstreet and carried, and clerk Instructed -
J. I* Overstreet, clerks, the clerk was instructed to drawa to draw voucher. .
i The minutes of 'the regular. and warrant for the. amount of theblll.j The board instructed the clerk to

special sessions of the board held in Mr Clark Howell appeared before draw warrant to the City of St.

:4. November were read and approved. the board and reported the conditionof !Cloud for 96-00 in payment of rent for In a of R adornthere's :
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Pat Johnston appeared before the the road running past his place use of hall for'two elections, the cap

,;' board and reported that the bridge and also asked the board tomake some clerk presented bill 'of Robinson ABridges : .

\. on the Canoe Creek road were In very change in the ditch, along the"county for opinion to board in case a most at t r4
'bad shape and insisted 'upon necestsary road so that his place would have of' contest Summersett vs... Guy $25
repairs being made. some protection against the water .which was ordered paid by the board.

r Mrs.. Fannie Bass appeared .before from the lands below. Commissioner] The matter of buying cattle dip Was tractiveflavpr.. --y

,.' the board and. entered objections to ;E. L. D, Overstreet made .a motion taken up and by agreement without

the county erecting a dipping vat .In that Mr. Farmer investigate the matter 'a motion, matter was passed to January There's health too. i'i

her pasture, for the reason that cat. and Mr. Farmer' stated that he ,] meeting1919.. .. _
tle would have to be driven through had already been over the grounds ,I I Letter from Lupfer Insurance

her pasture, but! agreed that if the and made report of condition to the Agency: asking for a part of the for PostuFT contains the of "
county would construct the vat outside board. No further action taken. I.county* business, was presented and ? goodness.
she would' give a* lease to the Mr. Ordia Bass turned in to the ordered filed..

41 It lands, whereupon Mr. Alex Keen board for moneys collected for cattle I I I Mr. Pat Johnston appeared before cerealscoith no harmful substance.

, )-J made the statement that the stock dip. $30; clerk instructed to deposit the board and asked them to issue .
owners in the vicinity had agreed to said amount to the credit of ,Tick t warrant for' balance of freight bill on

accept proposal made by Mrs. Bass, Eradication Fund. 1 I cattle to Jacksonville( Fair $189.52$ ,
Commissioner A. F. Bass then made Commissioner A. F. Bass presenteda Commissioner A. F. Base,made a mo-

a motion that Mr. Ordia Bass be inr petition from citizens of St. Cloud tion that a warrant for'such amountbe INSTANTPOSTOM

strutted to proceed to construct a vat asking board to pay bill for $20 worth drawn; motion seconded by Commissioner

;, as agreed upon by Mrs. Bass motion groceries supplied to the Stenson J. K. Hilliard and carried ,
seconded by Commissioner J. K. Hil- family and also to allow them something and it was so ordered. ;

iiard and,carried. each month for maintenance!|I Mr. A. J. Wright appe.red'before is made moment attable
Commissioner J. K. Hilliard made whereupon, commissioner J. K. Hil- the board and presented a bill for in a, ,

motion that; Mr.- Ordia Bass be instructed 'liard made a motion that bill be paid work by the Alabama Paving Company .

, to construct a- Vat on' the and the family be allowed ten dollars on the Loughman road and asked coithout' Economical -
Smith place, Mr. Smith having agreedto per month maintenance, motion seconded them to instruct the Chairman to boiling. convenient

give lease to lands; motion seconded -' by Commissioner B., H. Guy sign voucher for said amount $584.21.
-Commissioner A.. F. Bass and and carried. upon motion of Commissioner A. F; delicious. {
carried ,(l i Mr. W. R. Fuller came before the Bass, seconded by Commissioner J. '

'( Mr. Ordia Bass appeared before board and stated that the Pittsburg K. Hilliard; and carried, request was .'Fberes Reason"
'. the.board and stated that his duties Laboratory would not test brick .for granted. t

t were so great that he would not be, less that 60 cents perthou.and..buti]I I Monthly report of the Peninsular 1 .
able to continue the work unless his that Mr, L. It-Sams would make the. Engineering &: Constructing Company

wages were increased whereupon test for 45 centaper thousand and was presented and Med.Reports .
"' Commissioner E. L. D. Overstreet' Commissioner A. F. Bass made motion I
of Demonstration
made a motion that the board that the board the Pitts- I County
pay employ 'and of .
Agent 'M. M. Javens, report .
Mr. Bass $25 in addition to $75 that burg. Laboratory to make the test at I '
I Mr. Ordie' Bass and E. M. Nighbert '
he now receives, making a total of 60 cents motion seconded bv Commisn .' INOCIS'OUT PAtiTTHE
Tick Eradication presented Y"
on was
--. $100 per month motion seconded bv "<" !r' J. K. Hilliard. and carried Mr. and filed. To Use Candy
I Commissioner A. F. Bass' and carried Wf R. Fuller agreeing to( wire the I
The fallowing bills were examined.
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I approved and ordered paid: To Fight AlcoholOver FIRST ROUND

P.1rn..t. Much, commissionerI. 8.01/ "
I F3 lj O .Overstreet commissioner 10.Of/ There
J K Milliard commissioner. ...1': 11.8nA
F" Bass, commissioner. ___... 12.01 Comforting relief from pain
,B H Guy. commissioner ...__.__ 14.00 makes
r J L, Overatreet, elk and aud.__ 1111.110( Sloan's the
M M Javens. scounty agent n___. 1.110 Association Men Will Fight Demon Rum With' Proper World's Liniment
J P.I) Rat, janitor hun_______ 60.00
Plant scarcfrfor uits IRathuel. ., !Montsdoca, maintenance. *..ooR Method-The Sweet Tooth Compete Against
O IJvlha-iton ____ 5.00 ,
Mrs ]M Mronson .... .00 Wine 'This famous; .reliever1 of .rheumatic
an assured income Frank Kvntm.: "' '____ 6.00 Shop aches stiffness painful
Mrs J H Wright ___. 6.00 -- sprains. neuralgic pains sad
Mr. Janle Johns ____ 6.00 most
Mrs a A Wilson ____ 6.00 P.rla-By Mall.)-A sugar-coated the'government baa Ho idea of dumpIng other external twinges that humanity
t will be greater demand than lupply"lor belts Collington ____ 4.00 American is hundreds of thousand of men back suffers from, enjoys its great sale
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THERE H Tlllls __ BAn Expeditionary Force the 'because it practically fails {
u never to
{ of'the semi-tropical and tropical fruits so Jane dements ._-_ 6.00 Ideal into .the United 'States after they
I Mrs Jenny. I'aditett __ ,_ 6.00 now being striven for In the big speedy, comforting relief.
have had to do but loaf for
well adapted to Florida for m.ny'yean to come. Eve Mrs. A Simmon .,. .*._ 8.00 mark-time period of the armistice and nothing Always ready for UM, It takes little
S M McClelland ___. 6.00 months. To do this would be to create
a few trees of these fruits will mean a ready-money Mr. L'' M Hies '...?. 8.00 demobilization, with fighting gone and a very unhealthy social and Industrial \opeiutratemUunitrtMnntiiiA produce
A M -Chancey .... 10.00Julia the American fighting men suddenlyturned results. Clean refreshing. At all drug
income. Avocados are particularly worth wnile.: Every Jerlurun .___ 6.00 Into a uniformed tourist-seeing condition In our own country. tores..' A large bottle means economy.Sloan's.
Mrs M Smith ..... 6.00. There drills and discipline! and
are
\ year more people learn to eat them and they sell at E \'opal, . "__"I 5.00 France. Peace as has been quoted ;
prices returning fine pro/its./ Plant an avocado Alms Evans '" .... 10.00 often, has.victoriesand orie.of them for many, the work of helping to put 2
growers "
J B Owens 6.0O France on her-feet again. At tho
trees Clntid I Svlvester. :::: io.oo: Is to be the victory over the evil: Influences '
.' grove if you can ; at least set out a few of the J F Williams .. 10.00- which besiege an Idle army, same time the men have more lelsure I -
____ _:::: : .nd.more chances to bay things
varieties which will thrive in your section. T.M'Murnhy juilire 25.00 la'this campaign the Y.- M. C. A. .
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W B Crawford 81.21
t attorney than they had before.
I.' 1-1 Tnsrram. care of Jal1-.ter18.60 has planned the. drive and, the -soldiers "
C. L, Dandy commissions ,...... 624.4' are executing] It., Incidentally One of the most Important things
4' i. Royal Palm Nurseries' offer the ebpleeit avocados and their C A (Garrett. Inspect. '_..T,__.' >,4.0
t'' new catalog tells which fcmdi to plant. It alto describes and A N Ttronson Inspect.a. -.-. 2.04 the Y.'M.'C. A. has gone Into competition the Y, M., C. A. expects to do during ,of Kissimmee, 8000.00; 'and Bank
elves, cultural ufBtMtoni for other fruits that should he I P Tlnin, Inspect. .:_._--..-_. ..00 with,the wine-shop. as this story the demobilization period Is to.enter lof Saint Cloud $ ,bo0.bo.

nor geaet.lly.ruwa in Florida and auppllea full iaforma James Edgar B B Clark Havens) n.pect.w.Inspect.-----. 1.00 6.0 will relate. Into active competition with tint I I Notary'bond of James M. Johnson,

tion about shade tree, ahrubbery, ornamental plants, eta. B G Hancock Inspect. ..-.-..-.' 2.0C During the period of demobilisation, French wine shops. No.the Rd Triangle with Pat Johnston and G. P. Garrett
Send today for free copy of utia"Beautiful Grounds.Book'q J M Bison Inspect. .._.___._-.- 2.00 is not going Into the saloon business. as trustees, was approved. .
C H Padarett. Inspect --.____.,_ 2.0C the Y. M. C. A. will have an even The
F W Owens. Inspect. _-._.-_- ", 2.00 greater responsibility than It has had It I.. planning>> to fight alcohol i L followfnafund8 of county( of-
i C O Miller Inspect.------------. 2.OO ficials were examined and approved,
with According to medical
_,. REASONER BROTHERS while the sugar. experts
I war was on. The soldiers
J H Baixden for prect. 8 and 914.00 to-wit Bond of Ernest Mach
1 ROYAL PALM NURSERIES Young Tlndajl. for preet. 6,,_ '.110 then had the inspiration of being In this .Is the best kind of ammunition county commissioner of district as
No.
' ONEOO FLORIDVM A H J KntrlUln. Inspect ....4--*.. *.oc the fight to use In a battle against the In 2,
: backing the
or fighter-
i the of
; C B Buckley. 2.00 up sum 200000. with Pat
., I ,:,1',. .' '1",1. ," I': ; l. F W Hill Inspect.Inspct.a-e.qW.ri_..*-.:_._:;!. 5.60 I to spur them'on. They also were extremely 11)0'or': less well-known Demon.. J JHeavy Johnston I W. J. Barber and R C. Bar-
.. E JD) Sylvester Inspect. ._.___- 2.00 busy and their time for drinkers ber as securities' bond.of
'- Lewls Johnson Inspect. ..._.. 2.0(1 recreation ,don't.care for sugarand ; E. L. D. a
C 8 Acre.. nispect.------------ 2.0C and for spending money was heavy consumers of sweets nsa-"|I'I Overstreet, .a county commissioner
J A Branson Inspect.- -._._..- 4:60 limited. But there has been a''let. ally pass up the ."booie." So by plyIng :of district No. 1, in the 'sum of $2.000,
G C Pronson. Ihspect. _.... 2.00 ,
-* I with J. Z. Roberson
Claud F Johnson Inspect. ...... 2.00 down since the armistice was signed the soldiers 'With candy ctuxvlate.chewing and H. C. Stan'
J 1 Cummings, Insuect. ........ 1110 and the men .In olive drab are waiting gum and cookies. the 'Y, M. ford as sureties; bond of John Partln. 3
Fred B Kenney. Inspect ...... 6.00 as county commissioner of district t
Lee Bass, inspect. ______.!..____ 2.0O for transportation home. C.: A. expects to reduce the consume-,No'8, in the sum of 2000.00 with
H .
..OOOOOOOOOf.t..OOOO.OOO.O..OOOOOOOOOOOO. OOOO J ft Tindall. Inspect. __._-_-._1- 1.00 Idleness always mean trouble and lion. of alcohol very materially. ,
C F Prevutt. wood _______,..__ '.75 II C. Stanford and H. V. Partln as sure
Osreola Hdw Co.- supplies ..__ 21.60 .a 'I ties; bond of A. F,,- Bass as county 1
{ ValleyOaaette, blanks 24.50 .. ..
------- commissioner of district No.4., in the
BARGAIN COUNTRY ESTATEWe J W Cloud Thompson Tribune, ,pauper blanks coffin.____..:*_ 22.RO 9.00Pt : / () H H sum of 2000.00; bond of B. H. Guy, l

Klpsy LAW. plant, for 2 mo... 12.8ft : as county commissioner of district No.
Ij R Farmer supt roads __nU__ 126.00 I LETTERS FROM OUR SOLDIER AND SAILOR BOYS II 5, In the sum of $2,000.00 with E. L.
n W Ashton, supt team.------- 75.00
have for sale a place that we consider absolutely the most Pan Brown, guard: ___--__::::::: 60.00: Lesley and R. C, Barber sureties; i,.
Mike. Simmons, potatoes. to R Q20.00 bond of W. C. Bass a4 member of the
beautiful estate In Florida. We think an appropriate LR "Farmer hire mulns ..._____ 60.00J LETTER FROM LOYAL L. LANE to the army. But I guess and hope school board district Nou: 1,,'i in-'the
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85 Roberson druers to R O lo.oo that I will be back sum of 2000.00 with E. L.
soon. Lesley
title for'it would be W H Kempfer. feed and gro___ 402.87 .
J. K. Sinirletary lumber ______ 27.02 November 19, 1918. Hope all the family are well. Am end F. H. Tjner as sureties; bond of'
"A HAVEN OF REST" ., Osceola Hdw Co. supplies .___ 23.30/ Dear Sister Lygja:-I am now on expecting some letters from home as W. R. Lanier; as. member of. the +

L Milton H. Inoram Iledzer( feed.attorney prisoners.8.60._..,._ 20.84 my seven days leave in Grenoblo soon as I get back to the company, school board district No. 2; In the +i

or "A MILLIONAIRES' PARADISE"It R O Reynolds, surveying. ______ 2 7.67 down in the Aloe Mountains, three There are only three from our com.. sum of $2.000.00.. with G. 'T. Single-
lakes Robinson A Brldares.. legal, ad. .- 26.00 hours ride east; of Lyons. It is a great pany on this leave. tary and. J. McPhatter, as sureties: J;
is located between two sparkling, crystal l surrounded by _...__. _
C n Tyner auto hire 8.00 place> and I got( to see so many interesting Believe me, there is some wonderful bond of W. R. Godwin, as member of *!
beautiful, tropical trees), and 'In a community of nagnifieienthomes. E Waters I) Ka-tl A. 'Carson deputy Oro.Tea Co officers., sup74.87. 123.62 and historic places .besides scenery around here, and I would not the school board district No..3, in the 4

It is only 'three'mil... from one of Florida' industrial Waters A Carson Oro Co., sup. lP8.8S 'stopping off a whole day in Lyon, the have missed this tour of France for sum of $2,000.00 with N. L. Edwards

cities, and is one-half mile from the Dixie Highway. It is equip H W C B' Hartley Maklnson-supplies- supplies._._.__..,.... 08.85 2.76 second largest city in France. It is anything though as you know, it is and Sam'' Brammar.as sureties; bond II i

ped with all modern conveniences; has eleven acres la lot; an St Cloud Garage repairs. ....-,_' 5.25 a'. fine city. costing me all the money-I had savedup. of Claud F.Jojinsan a.'trustee special
C 0 Tyner. 15.93 I wrote you and mother cards' the Itt, is '.bsolutel)" impossible to road and bridge district No. 2. in n
eight room modern home, a large variety of fruits and a land- City of 8t Cloud hal-------- 5.00 other the with the
4 day; did'you get them? I leftamp take the trip for less than $40, and I sum of 5000.00 Nation-/
seas* that an artist would revel at an opportunity to paint. After C S Acree, const, dip vat.i 170.44 the 12th and due back the been si Surety -
Osceola Hdw Co, frt. ft sup...:, 270.12: am had $GO. I have only on my Company, as surety.
'seeing this place'one would think of the price reaching to seven W D LaMotte. coopers dip .... 42.60 27, so you see! I will get quite a rest leave now for six days of the fifteen The board instructed the clerk to

figures, but we hare it ,'listed at the "astonishing price of only :J K Slnarietary, lumber ........ 40.10 out of it after my nine months hard and havent much money left. We draw i warrant for $51.60 for payrollof
Corner Drug Store, cattle dip.88.84 work. I haven't time to tell all State witnesses fall term circuit I w
Will McKey. work dip vats ___ 11.25 you have to pay for nearly everythingwe ,
y Roy Bass, work. dip vats __.... It.26 I 'have seen nor where I have been get you see, and I haven'tspent. court: ,M. Katz. for suits to home) 4'
Tom Jernlflran wrok. dip vats,. 12.OO and be.idea'my fingers are so numb a' cent foolishly. guards; $730.08 and F, H. Lawson

$8,500.00.HUTCHINS '& COMPANY Ordia Oscar Jernlgan Bass, truck work hire dip...vats....... 140.00M 18.60 I can hardly write I was just up for Well I will have to quit writing for guard suits, $345.60.* !<< .

Nourse, work on dip vat..:'. 91.80 a hike up Mont Blanca a while ago so the reasons I mentioned before. I will The clerk presented the grand 1
Erenst Rollff, work on dip vats. 45.00 I hope you will'excuse' this poor writing sure write along letter and tell you jury's general presentments whichwas

ORLANDO FLORIDAWe James M Whldden.Page, work hauling on dip material.vat.. 81.00L 14.50 and' forgive me for not writingmore. all I can of rny trip as soon as I get ordered spread on the' minute.. ...of

h W B Makln.on. material ...... 15.20 back to camp and will write a card the board. '
oooooooo o 0000000000I T M Murphy Judge Juv. court.. 12.60 Guess you. know all the latest news every day os two; Give my love to There being no further business.be..
.. 0 ot .Oo-to..oooooo..oo..oooo ________..
F' witness 2.00
B Kenney
I fbre the board
Mr. :J E Stenson. trialntenance. 10.00 from over here although never mention all the family and explain why I can't they adjourned.
,----- - Ide Oro Co, supplies to Stenson. 20.00W them in my letters.! I guess you write to each separately. Once more ,
Ot.tOOt.o..o.tOOtooooooo.ooooo.ooooo.oo..o oo0 I Barber. commissions ...... 161.2 know that I have heard it all and with ''ov "mother!'. father, yourself LOSS OF LIFE IN THE
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J I. Overstreet. court costs 68.80 maybe more too. However there is and all the children. I
....... 194.92E rem.lnl.o
Write Fire Insurance Exclusively; Being Agent For the OU Reliable L L H Green Ingrram.sign court board.costs........ S8.00 no telling" how long we will be over Your Buddy LOYAL.Private WAR ABOUT<, .6.000.009
C f, Johnson legal adv. ...... -70.60J here because the particular work in I L. L. Lane, Sup. Co. 2 M. C. -
L Overstreetrelease tee .... 18.00 which we are engaged is so 307. A. E. F.was London: Dec., 28BriUsh( Wire-
LONDON FIRE necessary
&. LANCASHIRE J O Bratton. Inspector .....r.. 2.00 le.With the issue of the officialfigures
A D Story' inspector ._.._-,._., 2.00 - - - - - -------------------------------- .
M I Stout 'n.p.ctorc__._ 2.00 .. of't.h. French losses in the
INSURANCE CO. C 'H Funk Inspector ___.....__ 2.00 leneral d from Revenue the various Fund funds--I a. follow 1102.76: taken up, the following bankshaving"made war, it is possible> to arrive'at the

A E! Thomas, Inspectorw..... 2.00J Fine and Forfeiture Fund .... 40.20/ application for deslgna- approximate estimate of' the appall.ing .
n Lufer, Inspector. ._........ 2.00 Lion .
toad and Bridge Fund ... 578.21 as County Depositories: State
? toll of life. The far,
T N Clark Inspector ._..,._.._ 2.00J dead so
,and Solicit Portion ol. Yenr Basinets.Lupfer's Q Griffin, Inspector .......... 2.OO/ Hard Special; Surfaced Publicity Road Fund Fund- -.-_- KO.Ofl 10.00: Bank of Kissimmee, Citizen. Bank of number 6,936.504. .
Mrs K C Bullock recording ..... 1.00 Tick Eradication Fund .u.n Kissimmee, and- Bank of Saint Cloud The, individual losses', are ss ''follows
Pat Johnston, bal .on frelsht..._ 1S9.62 being no further business, mo- the board after having gone Into the Frneh1 r
Insurance AgencyP. The Tax Collectors report showed tloT.h"r adjournment was made and matter of equitable division of the : British.706,762. Russia (.
collected for licenses 1?
(: 1841.26 and $47 duly seconded and. the board adjourned 071,300; Amerlc.n.58./8; ,
collected funds, taking into consideration the
. "ororl ; 700,000; Austrian. 800,000; German
County Depositoriesshowed capital stock of each bank making
application 600000.. : .
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P. 0. BOX 664 J., E. LUPFER, ManagerI | various funds the following December balance.let. 1911 In the The Board of etc.. made the following division .The total ,German casualties are
Commission-
- General Revenue. Fund _..._.$ ,,1416.76 County ,'vix: State Bank of Kissimmee. given by the Berlin Vorwaerts as ,9. .
f .. o. .. O o.oo.o oooo"o-oO'090o-o000.o0.toOooo.oJooooo FIn. and Forfeiture Fund --,.,/ 930.80Roadand'Brldsre era in and for Osceola County,1 met inpedal to Have the Revenue Fund and the 830000. and the Austrian total was
DISt. Fund1011.81 session on December 7th at
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- Hard Surfaced Road Fund the Citizens
.... ; at 4,000,000.Serbia' in killed,.
Special Publicity Fund0 77.09 placed sy
10 ..- m., all members of the' board I l
Hard Surface. Road Fund _.10818.811 Bank of,Kissimmee. to hare the wounded and prisoners, ,lost 820,000 1""(. 4 :
Colds Cause Grip Influenza CORRESPONDENTS WANTED Tick Eradication Fund .(..41 laving been notified and there Inlt'pre.ent Road and Bridge Fund and the Special '
Paid, warrants were ordered cancel ErnestMach."chairman, E. Publicity Fund, and the Bank of men. . ,
;LA1IVEBROR0QUDW Tablets rentovstks The Gazette wants a correspondent x. D. Overstreet, J. K. Hilliard. A. F. Saint Cloud to have the Fine and For IM tUnkM Tk t ONe, Net Affect:, tfte.U. _,
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". '' ; .Is gloms. Qeidaa"LWCROYE8sIl.snu.sonbL In in Osceola Cored 1.6
'sou n eoly one every community county. Puss to 14 Days Bass and B. II. 'Guy, commissioners; feiture Fund and the Tick Eradication ..
BeeswefHs Sods sad laxative esl.tAZA.-
,r 0o. Send In the news, it will help the Dm least I' PAZO ortn1IEN1'f.n. and Milton Pledger attorney for theboard e.d4w. ,
.iz Fund, the bonds of the banks being Tlva.0..0 OUlltUNt U betmtaaa
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) paper andwill keep,yourrectiorl'be =..oehlur !1=. p.onPtatMYe.... ... ""- ..Pu.. ..... and J.'L. Overstreet clerk.- ,<-- fixed as follows' State Bank ofKiaaimm. I. Ovlaiae.....4 does sot C_.....the airinaiam tall aMt awrI

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'fIeUR.\ THE 1rISSiMlNEE'V4LLEY 'c.1m E. FomAY: :4: j JANUARY', 1'li.

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r I ,. and Tax!. Collector, to t>. voted for It owned by; two Illinois men who wantto Co., 107 Broadway.

KISSBfifEE VALLEY GAZETTE the WhltemajiB* ,Primary" to be h.lot sell You can buy this place. right DWELLINGS for rent.' Apply to M.Tiller. .
In March and hereby solicit the votes. come see It. .
of the cltlsene qualified to vote In salt! WRITE us what you want. We will ..
Important Live Stock election and If eUcted promise to fll get It for you If In reason BALE-One Emerson Typewriter,
....1101...* IDY ry Friday.Klaaisasae .. the office to the very but of my ability. KELSON REALTY COMPANY FOR model three, visible, as .good as a"*"**.
Itr *"Valley Oasett *-".* J. M. WOODALL. KI..I_._.., Flarlaa. Apply Valley Oasett tf.

KU l_.ee. Flerlea ,
Meetings REPORT OP THIS CONDITION Of FOR; BALE-tiood work horse, or will FOR SALE-On* of the bestbarraln j,
.w. .. Harrla ........... The state B.... .f KUaliBBMKin- exchange for good cow giving milk. In a house In Kissimmee, If' Mr.Hnme.eeker .
..__... ... "t.8.Jt. want a snap. Call
.. tm Mat* .f Flertia. .t! W. H, WILSON Vne'tr_.. at
B. 0. T... ._t. time
Aasw eaf <'i.a.f Bmmtmrmm Or*. 31. 1S1MKBSOUHCB9 200 Brian street at any after
..........e 11..11a.b.er DOLLAR. WANTED Second hand light carryall 6.10 p. m. for A.iBARCLAYmst1'. .
Loans on Real Estate ._.. 40.iOO.O harness In good, order Inquire of J. .. ,

.ptl a MatelOna The live stock industry in Florida has developed to rapidly within Loan other. than(Real.Estate .. m.OOO.OC( Tip Padgett. tit Cloud. Fla. 8-lt-P'l FOR RENT- -room house furnished:

Copy One TearOn _-_____I 1.0 the few month that it has been deemed advisable io devote All Other Loans and Dlai FOR BALE-Or Rent-1 hew cottages. 10-room house furnished: house
Copy Six Months.. ...____. 1.00 past part counts .. _______.:____n__ 401.9U.21 with screened porch bathroom, water keeping rooms: unfurnished dwel.
owe Copy. Three ),Iontb.-.__.... .71 of two week for meeting to discuss ,the various matter of pressing Overdrafts __ ___ 1112.00 and light. Buy from owner and _tin!,.. Mrs. E. B Wells. tf.
United States BondiL___ !I,81111.0"t"ic'ln save commission, For further Infor.
All communication. except from our importance and a cordial invitation i i. extended to every person interested ; Bonds 4.110.00and ( matlon apply at 401 Vine Ht. l-4t-pd. WILL TRADE or exchange .city prop 4
authorised correspondents must b. House, F-----------; erty for country property o* stock ..
r ,laned by the writer. in live stock production to attend these meetings. FUtures ___ _____ !.4T1.1S S FOR SALE-Scotch Collie, female, oneyear of any kind. B. C. Miller S-tf '
Rejected matter will not be returned Other Real Estate ___hh 8814.21 old of registered stock golden
r i .echo called for. .' The. Florid* State Swine Grower Association ha been assigned Claims and Other Resources a,461.91] Lan, sable and correct white mark- FOR SALE-Eighty acres: 12 acre
? Due from and under fence; S acres Inbaring
Incorporated cleared
j (Betered In tb. Postofflce at Klsalm11 January 6, 7 and 8 for their second annual meeting to be held in Or Dank. _________ ______ 111,04341 her.nigs. Address Present owner"Collie,has;' Gazette no. linn Ofnee. for. orange grovel; $2,000 worth
Florida, .. second-clui moan) Other Cash Item. _._.__nn 4.1711.113 3-lt-pO.! of cypress timber on ,
.. .ct.tI.'ooU
a lando. An important feature will be the auction sale on the afternoon Cash nn Hand ___.;._n_____. 88,74'1."tCity ) room house and liltchen. 8
,Warrants ,_ ... .. *,982.01: find head of cetlU'and a good bunch' of
--- --- I WILL BUY LIBERTY BONDS
of the 7th of 56 registered hogs r>representing equally the Berkshire. them at market raiiK hogs loose on the range.Farming .
each for
Poland China Total ? .-...,_...-..,._-:1: 840.688.11I' pay..alu.'d"I"you .. amount and what tools and implements. Lo.catrd .
,,Etrl r3 et Duroc. Hampshire and breeds, consigned by members .of 'Issue you have. Room 43-20 West near Kenansvllle. Price ''',100.
I II the Association. I' LIABILITIES DOLLARS Korsyth street Jack son vlH., Fla. half cask, balance. terms to suit B.li. .
II I Capital stock PaidIn.rr-8 lon.(KiooiHurplus ( Our,, Kenansvllle. Fla. ,SS-tf
ale II Among the subject on program aret Best age to market hogs; profl-------------- U.IiOOOOUndlvld..d : AUTOMOBILE WANTED-To buy, o'r
he
y0agslA. I hire for three months Must FARMERS(-Bend today for a free ssm-

f' i Benefit of organization; Obligation of breeders purchase and vice Individual Pannes and Deposits Taxes i'ald2,476.60 Subject rood and. cheap I'., Car litpilFOR Valleyfaatetle ; : Stockman copy ,of published the Florida at Jacksonville.ple Farmer and. 1

I versa! The value of good hog; Winter feed. and better breeding stock to Check __h______ 465.j> ))7.r Tells about livestock raising, dairy.
Tim 'erttfleatre,of Deposit S, 87.25Certified tENT-Nlc. Furnished H"use. Ing. poultry, citrus fruit and truck. t
The seventh annual meeting of the Florida State Live Stock Association -' Checks _;_.. 8,021.86Cashier' Apply to J. McPhatter.\ :itl-tr Ing. twice a month at hoc per y.ar--
Checks Outttand'K 4,51778 three years for II.00.( Only livestock i
., SAyyTf will be' held in Kisiimmee on January 14. 15 and 16. Savings, Deposits ?_._?_?. IIS.017.5 FOR SALE Second-hand Ford cars and general farming paper In thestate. I
Hills Payable >..._.....__.. 10.000.0(1.All ( .. at attractive prices. Osceola Motor Write today. '
PRES Dr. George M. Rommel will outline the result of his investigation Other Liabilities, Colled.tlons .

a* to the need for re-stocking the war devastated., countries with breed- Bond_-Account;-....?.!.... ',17,279.eaLiberty '.74l.57 -00"00-00 000 OU+ O otH 0 OoH H O o>oOOUOOHOO.. ,..

ing stock, Total _- __...._..._....*..$ 84061875
FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1919. devoted State of Florida. County of Osceola, ..:: a
- One cession will be to reports on what women are doing I. J. Jeffords. Cashier of the above

t Attend the man meeting at, theitl' in Florida by some of the women who have made a success in hand! the named above Bank statement do solmnly Is true swear to the that best 1.

< Hall .Monday; night. ing live stock. The social (eature'of the convention will be emphasized of my knowledge J. D. .JEFFORDS and belief., Cashier.COIrRECT ,

How many of.your New Year.' 'resolution and the men are urged to bring their wives and daughter r -.ATTE0T7' :

i, have you broken! The Florida State Dairy Association will hold their second annual l N.C. A.C. CARBON BRYAN. (

meeting Kissimmee in connection with the Live Stock ,Association, I Directors ,
Sworn and subscribed to before me
Kissimixae .
Here's hoping business in will be the. this 2nd day of January 1918 ,I
and dairy farming subjects; given a prominent place on ..
will hump itself during 1919. I 'ALBER' A HOPSON. 1
Notary Public, Btate,. at 'Larjre.
program. :My commission expires Jan.: U, ,l'2l.. \ ,
Help make this, the most pifogresT R. W. RRS. Secretary Florida State Live, Stock A sn. "

.! in the history of Kisslmmee. .RAO N' .. 1ST. .
year W. M. Secretary, Florida State Swine Grower Aun. REPORT OF TUB CONDITION "

M. SCOTT Secretary Florida .State.Dairy '01 The ct...... B.... .( KI.stm, a4 .
The bulkheading proposition 'has JOHN , Ann'r,, K....___ !. the Plate .f I"I.rari.
s 'become .t the rl_ .f ......... I>e.. 81. Seta|.
a topic of general conversation. RESOURCES DOLLARS :i '.
.
'; le. Loans on Real Eitate.......* '0,071.01Loan.
on Collateral Security'
- other than Real E"t...... 78.n8.114
Did that hour whenwe) turned our I------- meeting at the the Christmas holiday All other Loans and Discounts .:1
though
IIIIPor-1 a pro ........___..,_,__, 1>,5S8.11 _
docks up Tuesday night belong t< Monday night will be the most gram of games and contests provide Overdrafts __ ___.- 64.88

1918 or lfli9T !tant, from the standpoint of the wel- diversion. An especially amusing feature United States Bonds _._ 4.IIet.00 l
was the device for obtaining State County and lIIunlelpU'Bond. When
fare of Kissimmee that'' has been held which '..100.00Rtock. you ,
Y Now let's "over the top" with the partners proved to be'represen- of Corporation.----- 10860.00
here ins long time. You can't affordto tutions of well known comic charac Banking House, Furnitureand / '
Catch
Osceola County Live Stock and home miss .it. .,' ters. 1 Fixtures 24.1141.011 1 1Other a Cold /(

Crown feed exhibit. Mrs '.. Z. Roberson and'' Mrs C. .H. Due from Real Estate Incorporated___? 1S.171.07

ry: If the same team work that' wasshown Summers assisted the hostess in serving Bank. 17.tS7.88 Use our Medicines
leaf cake and Checks anExchanges for
grapefruit punch.
Whether favor bulkheading 01
you here to support the war activities Clearing _, .IS7,1I7
'not attend the mass meeting at the the Ihe guest Hat included: Misses Alpha Cash on Hand _-_._-_ 1.12.1115 and'Overtake if.
be diverted to boosting Weatfall, Lillian Harris. Dorothy; War RavlnKS Stamp.--- 499.28
City Hall Monday night. town wouldn't 'It be surprising how Wells Helen Rantz. Helen Ames, City Warrants -.-.- 188.SO

A its interests would advance. There Margaret Lee, Maggie! Mae McCranU Total .. .... $ 171.470.15LIABILITTES tea,
,thousand land sale -
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A ten. acre was "Lib" Ledbetter Gladys Griffin, Ada]
could do
but the town .
made by one of Kissimmee's realty i I. no question Louisa Simpson, Mary, Singletaiy DOLLARS THE CENTRAL'S NURSE SAYS:

companies last week, which show anything the people would pull jo-',: Mary and Martha Hodnett, R'Jly; Capital Stock Paid In -$ 15,000.00 "

there's something" doing here.s gether. vJ Grace Bass,. Essie Bass, Percie and. Undivided and Profits Taxes lI.e.s'Paid .Expenses .. 1,044.11. Do not let your cold "wear itself out" or else It '
Ruby Oliver Ruth Campbell. Jeanette Individual deposits Subject \, II

north J The ,Florida State Live Stock association Prevatt. Claribel MoGhee, am to Check ___d-. 184,447 may wear: you out. "
| it the cold weather in the 01 Lois Overstreet Messrs.. Henry Sin Time Certificate:of Deposits 14,18421 ,.
will hold its annual meetingin ; Certified Checks ....._. 12200 1 I
the pleasant climate conditions here (rletary, Burton and Byron Amen. ('..hler'. Checks Outstand'a !<">.20 .
that is bringing an unusual numberof Kieeimmee.Ian.1116; and' 16, 1919. Walter Bass, Gerald Rivers. Harold Savings Deposits .......- 17.572.18 A cold Is an indication that your system .is rundown k.
Over 400 of the' leading stock men and Euil Woodall, Roscoe Roberson,
winter visitors to Florida
towns 271.470
be Elmo Griffifr C. H. Summers Jr.. Total o--------------------- and needs toning up. ;
of the state are expected to present ) ; State .. ss,:
now? i and( take part in the meeting. Osceola Carlylse and Irlo Bronson. Ned and I. L.'H. Oedge, Cashier of the above-
4 : .. Dick Bullock,' Bert Wells, Attics) .Ack named Bank do solmnly swear that '
President Wilson was sixty-two is one of the leading cattle counties erman. Leroy Lesley. Roy Brink.'John of the above knowledge statemenfMs and true belief to the beet' When your doctor prescribes come to us for

years old last Saturday. May he celebrate ''of. the state, and much good is prophe- Hodnett Prater Gilbert Sheldon my L. H. OEDGE, Cashier. ? your medicines.-.because when you buy your medl-
happy returns of thisavnnlrersary sized from the meeting. A trip on Johnson Frank Bryan Buel Cheno CORRECT : '

many is the sincere desire of 'the lake and a grand barbecue will be weth. William Arnold Clifford Lester T.O.: 1\1'.. RIVERS SINOKLTAHT. ; ; cines and drug store things from us you KNOW they
'I the John Graham and Murray Overstreet J. R. ANTHONY JH.
the great American people. 'some of the attractions of. occasion. The event celebrated' Miss Lois Directors. $ are right.. .
Kissimmee used to be known as and she th Subscribed and sworn to1 before methis
Birthday anniversary was
2nd of Jan.. 1919. ..
,We dreamed'last night that pkssen- the "Cow town" and its people,have recipient of a number of beautifu day It W. SARGFNT t ' Central Drug"' Store '

'sters arrived from the north via the t not forgotten how to entertain the tokens from her friends. ,Mrs.' Over Notary Public... ,. *?** .
street was also surprised for the members : '.1 \# f> k&i .
air.route. That was a dream In 1918 cattle men/.-Tampa Times., , of her Sunday .School class wh Tie Square Deal Place :, : .;;;,s ,,,' "''.Phone) 41 t tql

,',all 'r'right,'but, I-will.* 'it" not be. a, reality" (" "' 0- AND-MRS. were guests' at the party presentee Classified Advertisements + )dfi; -Y\" ,, ., ", ,', '\1"\\'f.! :

In 1919. RECEPTION FOR REV. her with a hand painted plate. .OOfOOO.O.t o..o.ooooo. ooooo oooooooooo-oo oooo > .

The South Florida Press Association JOPNETT.
BARGAINS FOR THE) BUYER.
will hold its regular meeting inX' SIX O'CLOCK DINNER.) '
'of <4< miles from
will be next Friday 40 ACRES rood land
'Winter, n on Friday,' January: A reception given Mrs. A. M. Moseley entertained Klsslmmee. t miles from Ry. station
evening, Jan. 10, at 7:30 at the Methodist land In cultivation.
4t Every with'a six o'clock dinner last Saturday about half the
; lOt! newspaper in South parsonage 116 Mabbette street Fenced with hog fence *V4 acres .
v, Florida should have a representative in honor of Rev. Hodnett,the pastor ofthe in \honor of Walter Thomas who bearing orange drove, b..lde. other '
here'wlt!-
holidays
rose spending the fruits small house, rood barn splendid T\ :
At this meeting. Methodist 'church, and family friends. Plates were,laid for six. qnd chicken: yards and chicken. house, NEW '
All members of the M.E., Church the dinn-r followed" 20 acres on the opposite side of the
elaborate
the
was TJJ ,
other denominationsin road fenced for stock making aconvenient "
The breweries of Montana will trun pastors of the a merry""spend the evening." little and can be YEAR
artificial ice next the city, and their wives'are, invited bought for *2.EOO,t.rmj tb favorable. .
to making year
to be present. terms of payment. Owner will take
PARAH CLARK.
when the state will be bone dry, it is The committees in charge, of the FOR MISS part In good properly but about GREETINGS ;
1 the honor 18(10.( must be cash to pay off present
Clark
Miss Parah was
said. We always supposed those officials event will be: Indebtedness. \
i would be more Interested in Reception-D. G. Wagner,.. .. .L. guest at a "spend the evening" giver ISO( ACRES 2% miles from town and -
Overstreet Mr. and Mrs. J. McPhat- by Miss Cecelia Overstreet at her brick road,'good land lays well unimproved -
the ice business in the next world. will sell for $8.Sn c
ter. W. C. Bass, Rev. and Mrs. Hod- home Monday night! Mimes Nina owner
part
acre. and take good car as
per
nett and Mrs. C. H. Summers. Bratton. Elon Guice. Eleanor Mose- pay or will sell for one fourth cash
The wide awake citizens of that Entert.lnmpnt-Mr.. J.' L. Over- lev Ruth Clark, Parah and Sarah and balance moat, any way to suit 1
and'Mrs. A. Clark enioyed a lolly .evening with purchaser. This la a bargain and
beautiful town of Kissimmee are talk. street, Mrs. W. L. Winn wont last long.
"1 ing of bulkheading Lake Tohopekali- W. Bailey. !frames. One noyel amusement was ITS ACRES 1 mile from Ry. and hard OjRp
Decorations-Mrs. J. Wade Tucker, with the writlng'of New Year resolutions surfaced road fronting on good
ga, thus -adding much to the beautyof and Miss Lola Lawler.RefreahmentMra.. which were exchanged and country road and telephone. line., S I
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the town and its desirability to J. Z. Rober- kept as souvenirs of the event Hot' room acres house bearing, and orange other trees buildings good 830

visitors. It'.'a' good work. Go toUt. son Mrs. L. H Ingram and Mrs. Lane hocolate and cake vcro served. land close to good town schoolhouse
> the house, on
from
200 yards
'i'' ,"T.mpa Tiwei. : Faulk. ] church one-fourth mile goon
.: '" "'t- \ltG." - 1 CANDY PULLING. farm, owned
; ______' I- fruit and farming land by anorthern
K 'IL1. r 1
will /
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." AN EXPLANATION. Miss Katherine Tiller entertainedwith man who sell for Buy
A movement called the State per acre, on favorable terms or ex:. (
sOcle-1 I In the last issue of the Gazete ref, a watch party at her home on chang good Nortb.rAI property of
.w.ttln&.mutty shows
ty for was made to Captain HughGeiger Beaumont avenue Tuocday night equal valu. tI.. colonisation )

on foot and should have the supportof erence and Lieutenant Fred Hill) ashaving when about thirty young ocoole ushered ,property well located.located fine
'I farm, well
everycitizen.. This is instigated been 'dismissed1 from the in the new year. Making and! 800 grove ACRE, beat of soil well Improved. Gi E' //

'a ;with, the view of, eliminating 'objections army. No reflection upon these two pulling taffy was among the events of Come let us show to Interested you or write parties.fullparticulars

the gentlemen was intended by the use the evening. Interested parties,
and suggestive films from Free booklet to
J of the said word but that the war being and particulars of the kind of prop.
regular service. While Kissimmee' is over they had resigned their com JUNIOR ENDEAVOR. erty you want. Tell us what your RyoR4IyS ,

el exceptionally free from this Vobjectlonal missions and retired to private life, The Junior Endeavor of the Chris (000 wants ACRE are.RANCH we will well fill them located well ',.

'feature, the step, generally having served their country honorably , tian church held a social afternoon at Improved equipment goes. and 100

peaking,' is .in''the right direction. and faithfully,. the home of Rev. and Mrs. W. H. head hard of road c.UI"l for right 4 miles at depot This, frontson Is the YEAR.
NEW
YOU A HAPPY
I Coleman yesterday enjoying the property you are looking for Mr.tockm.n. WE WISH

I 'NOTICE. hours ;with games dear to the.he.rt.of !. Come let us show you. OUR GROCERIES DURING THE PAST
Perhaps nothing has been 'written Do want to. know more about IF.YOU HAVE USED 1
Y or said that more forceably voices the ..The Reverend Cannon B. Bryan of youngsters. cakes. this you If..., write us and we will YEAR YOU HAVE HAD GOOD HEALTH. BECAUSE OUR (HIGH
; chocolate!
Toronto served
the Church of Epiphany The hostess give you the Information.
sentiment of the, American people will conduct services at the Episcopal{ and individual berry pies. 17.101 ACRES, fronting on a beautiful' QUALITY FOODS ARE WHOLESOME AND NOURISHING. .
By. station excellent :-
* '' ,than the reply of Food Administrator church next Sunday. The Right Revr lake, not all far the from year round pasturage, IP YOU HAVEN'T BOUGHT YOUR GROCERIES ]PROM US J .

t :Hoover to the request of Baron von erend BI.hop'of the service.Florida, will also 'be NEW YEAR'S DINNER., Investigation Prairie stock: farm will sell worthy for less of close than, 16 MAKE A RESOLUTION NOW TO DO SO ALL NEXT YEAR AND.]\ h

der Lancken and Dr. Rieth, 'when present at, J. V. Trego and 'wife entertained Us value, and want to talk to Inter YOU AND YOURS WILL BE HAPPY AND HEALTHFUL,

they sought, a meeting with' him: at a bountiful New Year'",) dinner sated people who. know,a good of reasons thingwhen
Best
It.
"You'can describe two' and a half years ST. JOHNS GUILD. served at 12 o'clock at their beautifulhome for selling.they see You can produce cheap GIVE US YOUR GROCERY ORDER TODAY.

t towards ,ourselves and The St. Johns Guild of the Episcopal in Pine Dale when plates were< beef on thla fine place good house, .1
? of arrogance ,afternoon and wife good fences, dipping vats and all In
church will meet next Tuesday laid for Charles Hauyer ,
cruelty to the 'Belgians In any' language 'January 7, ,at the home; of Benj. Funk, S. Straub. A. S. Nelson operation sell 1000 a good head of going cattle concern.will It desired -. SOME OF OUR SPECIALS: "

"i you 'may select and tell the pair Mrs. W. ,J Sears at 3 o'clock. All and Mr. and Mra. Barthlomew. of with this splendid property. Pillsbury Flour, 24 lb sack 1.65 Try our Wilson Certified 'j';t

'personally to go to hell with my com the ladies of the church are' cordially. Lakeland. .600 ACRES land. Cue of .good lakes... stock and good and farmIng location - Pillsbury Flour, 12 lb sack.80 Coffee, per pound........ .39 ,

ll1ment.. If I do have to deal with invited to be present. fine citrus fruit t.nd.food sack'1.65Gold ,Meal .25
) ANNOUNCEMENTS farms, to show what these lands Gold :Medal Flour, 24'lb Oat Oc, Ib,,,8 for_____ "
Xtamana:. it will not be' with that will do Interspersed with this tract Medal Flour, 12 lb sack .80 4 I lbs Hudnuts. meal l, .-...._' ..25

'pair," _. MISS -LOIS OVERSTREET SDR.;, FOR MARSHAL AND' TAX: COL.LKO- Come and you let can us buy Introduce It at you a bargain.to the Self,Rising Flour, 24 Tuck 1.65 4 Ibs' Hudnuts Grits __-.2:. . :; 1" I

,- -i PRISED.' TOR. owner of these tracts and deal direct Fancy: Blue:Roee Rice, lb... .12 Sweet Potatoes, peck ___.._:*.40 '
"
i The Federal Agricultural. depart.anent I am a candidate for, the office '01,; SEVERAL with him.. Good Klsslmme Homes. Fancy Calif. Peaches, can.. .29 Other things accordingly., ,
will for bigger Miss Lois Overstreet was very :Marshal and Tax: Collector of the cite' they can be bought right and, are '
begin campaign a -
a pleasantly surprised Tuesday night! bya of Kissimmee. ,and take thl. methodof I bargains. Come, let us show you
"' of foods forage and feeds ',' aollcltlna toe support of the I farm In Plnedale, also 10acre '
; acreage. party given by her mother at their .ttrl SO acre
this year.' There is plenty of opportunity home on Main street. Miss Lois'bad In'lb. .,approaching HOWELL BASS.FOR'MA.R'HAL \. .for partly homes Improved; some five good acre tracts location THE ,CUT 'PRICE'.CASH 'GROCERY ;,

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'for that movement right in been the supper guest of a friend and I In sight of town.. .:.
returned home to find crowd AND TAX COLLEC, FINE little farm right at station..
a merry
this section,'where there is plenty ,of TOR. school and church Sac house, mod PHONE. 141 422 BROADWAY
land undeveloped and the best climate awaiting. her. X ., 'f ern. best kind of I.nd. fine location, 'OUT OP TOWN ORDERS SHIPPtb ,GAME DAY
The rooms were decorated withred, I hei.br'announce;; ass candidate . right on the great Dixie: Highway
T'fI' earth. ." and color schemes, carrying out for the, office of City Marsha:I bearing grove and a good home, '
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-''"' .. THE'!KISSIMMEE.VALLEY (UZTTTiVwDAT I JANUARY? ,3,1919':,, 1 Pill

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. Miss. Lois Overstreet visited rela] AA; -.1A A t.-A 4.I .
.
.)[ INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS: tives In Haines City for the weekend

_
.Mrs. T. J. Welch and children left

... .00..00..0.0.00000.0 Miss Frances Marine of St. Cloud, Saturday for .Tallahassee, where' they ;
.I will make their future home,

j Weather Report j Tiller was ,the' this guests week. of Miss Katharine Mabbettei We have street a pretty for rent cottage, partly home'fur-'on '

For that cough, see us. We have fished Ask Nelson] about it. ,- H STORY H

the best cough syrups. Central'DrugStore Mrs and Mrs. D. B. Grantham of t
Phone 41.
'i ] Ga., spent Christmas with .
| ;. Following are dally tempera- Mrs. Allors and small son of ;LakeView Doifaa. . and family.
tore, and precipitations at reported Mich., is spending tho winter in! Nyal's Laxative .
by Government station apartments at the home of E. S. Hall.' Effective Expectorant, theCouah
at Kissimmee fo. ...-ek end- Hear Anna Case from. New Edison Remedy. Only] 25c:
the a f at Central Drug Store, Phone 4 It *

week ending Jan 2, 1919: .:' voice.Re-creation Central ,DruaStoe.it's her. natural. I Mrs. Howell Bass and two daughters : : JANUARY

w Ma. Mln. Rain Minis Trixie and Essie, went to
Thursday" ..,_. 55 48 Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Coleman were,i I Sanford Tuesday to spend New Years. \I
puests of T. J, Burckhalter and fam- '
{ I Friday-...,._?- 51 41 ily for the New Year's dfnner.' I I j eve' with friends. ,
Saturday __ !._ 57 36 | Mr. and Mrs. Cosner left Tuesday
j | *, C. W. Griffin and family returned ,for Leesburg to spend New Years'
< Sunday __...... 68 40 home Friday from Miami, where they Day with R O. Bowden and family.

I ; M6nday ...._... 73 48 spent the holidays with relatives. !I Mrs. Bowden .is their daughter

| ; Tuesday ....... 74 57 Mrs. G. W. Persons left' Christmas]I Layman's meeting at Methodist
Wednesday 77 58ooo..ooo.oo.oo..oo.o. night for .Savannah, Ga., on an ,ex. Sunday School rooms next Sunday
?? ?
tended visit to her mother Mrs. Mal- afternoon at 3 o'clock. Start the CLEARANCE
) 0 0-0 lette. New Year right by attending these
FOR RENT-Furaishpd flat with helpful services.
t For Sale-Four mules, W J. Miller. modern Improvements. W B. Harris! '. Mr. and Mrs. George Carl, of ,

46-tf Gazette office. 14-tf Shrove Ohio, arrived in Klfcslmmee
Dr. and Mrs Roy Chatter and Miss Miss Ella Mae Gilbert left Sunday Thursday to spend a month. This is
Inez Carson motored to T.mpa'on a for Jacksonville after a peasant! 'visit Mr. Carl's second visit, as he will be
pleasure trip Wednesday. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. .R. remembered as having. been, here last
Hear' It on the New Edison "The Gilbert ,season.. '
Phonograph with a Soul," ,at Central Read our Ad. in the Classified list I I Mr, and Mrs. D. C. Fielding and r
Drug Store, agents If you don't see what you want we children, accompanied by Mr. Hollo- .

Mrs. Arthur Senn of Cleveland O.,, will! 'get i it for_ you. Nelson Realty way of Tamoa, motored to Kissim- It opensSaturday SALE,STARTS
has arrived to visit her sister, Mrs. Company.Rev. I mee to spend Christmas with their '
W. H. Farmer, for the winter. C. W. Armstrong, a Baptist i mother'! and grandmother;. Mrs.' Brack Monfngpromptly : ,
Glenn Matthews has arrived from minister from Springfield. Mo., arrived ; :Johnson. SATURDAYJANUARY .
Luxora, Ark., for a visit with his Sunday and expects: to bring hilt Mrs Emma Hackett, of Sharon, at 8 dock ,
mother, Mrs. Chas Matthews. family here.Prosecuting. :I P... and her sister Mrs. Myra Awart, JANUARY 4lh SALE
[
Miss Dorothy Wells spent several attorney 'W. B. Craw lof Cincinnati Ohio, are among the ... 4
ford made a trip to Sanford Tuesday winter visitors in thecity. They are .
,days this week the truest of Miss ... and lots 4
Irene Milliard at her In the interests of the Southern Utilities domiciled at he home of Mr. and Mrs .
home at Hil-
for .alub for 10
liard's Island. Company. jj.. F. Walter. 13 d.YI't t .. days

Mrs. Eli Witt and Mrs. DeMandel, Miss\ Anna Wilson of Winter Haven I Prayer service at Presbyt..rl"n'
motored up ,from Tampa Thursday' was the attractive week-end guest of church toniarht. Subject, "The u

I ,aqd spent the day. Mrs. J. M.' Coch-. Miss Mattie( Belle' Harris, returning tion.Church's" Opportunity and.Oblitra-
Rev.
will conduct
the
home Tuesday.M. Taylor '
"
sane returned with them. "' ? r

house We' hare nicely] {;.he furnished J..F.. ,Clark to rent 8-room for &. J.Casket Harris,Company representing, with the headquarters Coffin --1-!"services.o'clock: ] new' 'Everybody time.' invited." 7.00 .Our store is'"full of things yOU. ,need. ",. Oq ',:.*.t.O f ck I'I'

We have exceU.nt'tockf.rml
L the home.winter' Nelson; Good Realty location Company..pretty: ..bjjslnetJiuMonday.Kit. at Jacksonville. was here"on:Jc.ttle I sure-for sale' where some 'you can grow manylines, is 'away too big so we, have, made" great
cheaper than in anYother place'
: and Mrs. Henry Hobbs of., Columbus ..
U. 8. Senator N. P. Bryan and U.

,p: ". who S. Marshal came down Boswell for, a of visit Jacksonville with Ex-,, Monday...Ga.after, returned. a pleasant, to; their visit home withJ. i(yin for Nelson the business United Realty:.States.come Company let. We"us are show' spoiling you. reductions onOlines to be 'moved. Here 'Is a great op= '

r Senator C. A. Carson and family and C. Griffin and family. Pr, W,.,. and' Mn. Osenbach, of merchandise
a hunt at Camp Hammock,,. returned Mrs.. Benj. Faulkner of Nashville portunity to get dependable at a price
Indianapolis, arrived here last week
home Sunday Tenn. arrived.Tuesdav morning and ..
will) several months with her and are staving with. their son-in-law] ,
Mrs. Scran Prevatt received word spend below. normal.'SHOES
J. L.
Snarling' The doctor his
retired away : .
Mrs. V. W. Edwards.Mrs. .
daughter, ,
this week from' .her son. Joe, stating i( from practice' -and exnects to
that hfl is alive and well, and that her' A. W. Johnston arrived from make Kisslmmee his future home.
is stationed at "Alsne-la'Duck." Mrs. Toronto. Saturday. spend the win J.:.
Prevatt had not heard from him since ter1 at her pretty bungalow, the "Nai-I County Superintendent of Public _Men's fleeced: lined Underwear, Pen, Checked: and Khaki

l, ,u the signing: of the armistice, and is ,dance." just north'of the city limits. Instruction.. M.: Evan C., left E. Yowell Tuesday, and mnrnin.Prof.R. !. $1.50 value, this sale 98e. VTRA SPfCIAL'Overalls, this sale, $L89.,

greatly pleased to receive the news., Miss Ruth Thomas came down from for Gainesville to attend the Florida .

I" If "Northender" will furnish this Jacksonville to mend Christmas Day State Teachers' Institute.: Thep 'expert We have about 36' Ladies Hats, ,
office with his name we will be gladto and the week-end with her father, A. to return the last of the week.,' Me i Ribbed Underwear, JUst Men' $2.25 flannel Shim,
publish his article anent the bulk- E. ,Thomas. She returned to.her work regular $2.19, $2.49, $2.98.nd arey
Rpv. R. A."Hodnett and family the } for there cool "
arrived thing days, ,
"' '
w, heading. We do not print'anony. Sunday. I in Kisslmmte Saturday and a"e $3.A8 values I this a.I et ,;your now $1.7S..
mously signed communications unless Miss Marion.Sargent returned from r-leasantly domiciled in the rentdenc $1.50 value I this "sale 98a choice each 49': '.
$1. ,
,
thb identity of the writer is also fur- Avon Park,' Saturday, where she had|"med M a.. parsonage. Rev. Hodnett ,
. .
IIlshed.'t been called by the Illness of is beginning 1 his first as Men $2.25
year pastor
now "
Mrs. SoRelle is expected to arrive Mrs. Sargent has greatly; improved of the Fit Methodist i-hurch lifter Men s' $2.00 winter weight UnWomen", 15 cen't.Ribbed Under:;' s grey "
s the last of the week from her home In health. $1.89. '
". a four year pastorate at Plant City.Servjc.s ion Suits. now,' $1.69.
in Asheville, N. C., and will be the: James Allan returned to h's home wear, long sleeves, now 49e. I
will be ti-1d in St. Johns
of Mrs. W. J. Sears for several! I .
guest in Toronto, Sunday, on a business Eplcronnl church on Sunday, Jan, Rtb..t .
weeks Mrs. SoRello will be well remembered trip. Mrs., Allan will remain with Men' '2.2S Army',style Shirts
10:30: fm. The Rt. Rev. Bmhonrinm Boys $1.00 Union Suits, now Women'. winter .weight Ribbed
as Miss Eex! Hardy, who her,sister Mrs. J. A. Briggs' ,, for a. .ron '''MAnn. Bishno of Southern ',
taught music in the schools here sometime while longer: +FlnrMn. officiating.! Th-re'will be an 69e: Union Suits, now 79e. now, $1.89. ;

ago.Among D. W..Grantham and Ills bride were: 'administration of the Holy Commune ,
the winter visitors who are the guests of his brother, C. H. Gran. Inn. morning''prayer and sermon A. .
pending the winter in Kisslmnfje'thanr and (family, last week, arriving this is the first service we have Ti*ad f Men'. 7Sc' Caps, th1 sale, 59e, Woman' Bungalow Aprons:' .
are G. A. Davis, of Huntington, Va.; Friday.* They returned to their homein ,,11\ soma months, it is urgently.desired they made full size were '1'410ft
Mrs. V. C. Hayes, of Ocean Grove, N. Douglas, ,Z.., Sunday: .that all those Interested shall. be pres- .re' :
J. Henry, Phrobro. of Bloomington, I Miss Abby Harris.'who is home on: ,I Men' Dress Shirts. $1..50 value, $1.98, now $1.69. .
llL and Mr. and Mrs O. W. !Martin, a furlough from the military hospitalat I ent.Mr: and Mrs. Ed. Hall and two '
this sale, 9& e.da. They are ,
f of Huron S. Dak. They are domiciled Miss. where is all Trousers
Camp Shelby. she children B. F. Hall and Mr. and Mrs. on 'Boy's I '
at ho Osceola Hotel. a member of the nurses corps, return.I Knight;motored up from their home a b.rg.in. 14 to 16!%. Boys' 7Sc Ca.pa. now: S9c. ,
",'. ; Mr and Mrs. W. A. Hamilton and ed to her duties Wednesday. ( I fin Okeechobee City, this week, for .
fvl' 'their daughter Miss Frances L. A. A. L. Belknap] of Minneapolis! ,I the burial of little George Hall were t '"' v' +
"a J. Hamilton and daughter, Miss Isabel, Minn., and who is now visiting falm the J, J, Woodall family '. ' ,, :'::' : :: ,.

'.,/% and Mr.' and Mrs. John ,Dick, of. Toronto Beach and Miami, is expected,arrive I('guestshero.';Mr.'and Mrs. Knight returned ,,", ,.. ,'." ;" "1 ,' .,11,,: .., ; ',.... v'
y are expected to arrive in Kihimmee in Klssimmee next week and will. home Wednesday, and the re- '" ,' \ ...t.,;flr1J r," ,.* ; i JI; *.-' r, t,'.!r .
: ; fy& : :
next week to spend the red be domiciled at the Country Club. imainJr of the party left'Thursdav : :
'remainder of the season at the pleasant Nelson Maklnson, who enlisted in'for St. Cloud, where. Mrs. Ed Hall
Hamilton home in Lake Shore Addition. will remain a few days with Mrs.
I'
rf the Naval reserves, came home from .
.
1 Kew West;where he is stationed, Sat Mike Peterson. We have $4OOO worthof
Misses Mattie Belle, and Lillian urday; on a ten day :furlough, to visit L 1 ,Mr. and Mrs.\ : A. S. Bogue of Cassopolls over :
..1. Harris, Anna ''Wilson of Winter Haven his parents, W. B. and Mrs. Makinson. ,Mich.'who have been spending
Gladys Griffin, Irene Franklin Bulk-Head] the Lake then the past month with their daughter,
Let's
and Messrs Tony Regero, Gerald Rivers We have|Mrs. Faulkner, at Knight, arrived in ,Shoes in our January
k: William Arnold and Roscoe Rob- the watch liveliest our property town in grow.Florida: we can I I Klssimmee Wednesday, and will remain -
, I erson, were a'pleasant party motor- here for the remainder of the
if will beautify the
ing to Winter Haven to attend.a NewYear's sell your lots you I season. MrJ/ Bogue owns valuableresident .
.
won't cost much. Nelson .
Eve watch party. lake front; L Mark Down SaleSaturday
property in Klssimmee and ,
Realty Company
The Baptist State Convention which Is combining: business with pleasure
will be held at Tampa on Tuesday, I C. E. Carlson and family, aecompovied by enjoying the Florida sunshine and .
t.-f the 14th, will be attended by the regular by Dr. J. D. ChVuin. and Mr. Libby -\flowers and at the same time looking '
delegates from ,,the" Weklwa As- and nephew. Hairy Libby motored, who to is after his interest here. Mr and Mrs., 'Men", Rubber Sole! Black Ten NOTICE No. 326 Women s Cun'' Metal l
aociation. Rev. J. J. Farmer and Rev. visiting" him rom Bocton Rogue have numbers of friends who ,t
O. B. Falls. J.mes\l.!\ Will-'Ion. Jr., Kissimmee Tuesday morning', combining will be pleased ,to learn. of their arrival Ini. ., thin sale,' 7Sc: low heel boot, was .5.00,< thai
who is on the official state board of buslnelll 'With pleasure.] 'Women We have I j just received a large sale, $ .98. i
; missions will likely go down for. at Rev and Mrs. A. M.\ Chisholm and __-_______-___ 69co. ,
least a portion! of the convention. daughter, Valera, accompanied by Captain Walter Lawson, who .has lineof Boys' Shoes", that area-, s
Mrs. A. J. been here on furlough to visit his I . ,
Rev. Chisholm's mother Women.White "KedA" with
'J. T. Henderson, who is secretary: here from Orlando father, F. H. Lawson, and other relatives eluded in thi. .ae' Let u. rave
,. \ of the Layman's movement.of ,the Chisholm, were when theywere dinner ] left this c week for Fort Sill, No. 746 Men, Black Vaci Shoes, beel'were $1.75, now $1:49.was ; >
Baptist church, with headquarters at Thursday, Okla., where he ordered to you money on the boy .hoe.
D. Francis.C. was report $6.00 $ .75' r
the guests of Mrs. .G. now t
Knoxville, Tenn.! will speak at for duty.' He went by the w.y'of
Fint' Baptist church in Kissimmee .S.Adams and family were guestsof Birmingham, Ala.,. taking his familyto OxNo. ,2009 Women's.., Nigh"lac
I. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Kenney for M '$1.25 White Canvas
J Sunday afternoon at 3:30, January his home there, then on to Oklahoma. en el Boo high heel I. were, $5.50, '
12th on the subject of "The Lay.man's Christmas dinner.. The, children remained . ,. Captain: Lawson has been suffering Men i Rubber; Sol Gnvas fords' going for 9& '' pair. ?
per'
and
Task." This Will be a splendid] for the week-end Mrs. from sin attack of influenzaand I - now's4.48.. ;
meeting, one which no one can affordto Adams came over from her home .in was here a few days over his fur- "W orlla L h u," they will out I last a' K +

I : Dr.miss.F. M. Dowling Orlando and Orlando B.'.E. Haley to take left them Sunday home to Monday.assume departure lough on that a message account. was Just after received hit cheap pair of leather shoes, were Men' 3.50 Gun Metal Shoes, One lot Mines $4.00 high'Shoes '

Dr. A. M. Seaman Tallahassee, I his new,, position with the Atlantic here extending his leave..of absence $3.00.,now $%.65: now, .$1.98.. 'now, $3.25.. x
t who is the veteranarian in charge of I Coast Line as road master another ten days but it was too late ,
. and will make ,
of the First Division for it to reach him.
tuberculosis] in cattle, held an interesting -
his .headquarters at Rocky Mount.
meeting at the Shingle Creek C. Mr. Haley aifd baby will \join A story containing a bit of home<
school. house Thursday, to talk over r
him later. interest was brought to the notice ol( I STARTS
the subjects of interest to cattle and the Gazette this week, concerning a ""
hog growers* County Agent Javens Mr. E. H. Coapman, Federal Mana- negro named Ben Bingham. who had a
was among those from Klssimmee ager Southern Railway: Washington, just been pardoned from the state
who were present at the meeting. D, C.. and wife, have been spendingthe penitentary. Bingham and another

Miss Anne Bryan Carson, who has holidays with their aunt and un negro were both employed in a turpentine
done such efficient work as Y. W. C. cle, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Newhouse. camp in Pasco county In 1906, January 4th
A. Secretary in the South Atlantic They were accompanied by Miss mar- and when in the heat of .a quarrel. s
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fon. Cornwell of Minneapolis.Dr. Bingham killed the :man. Bingham ,p
expects Witherspoon came doWn again ran aw.y'.nd when he was' apprehended ,
to France, where she will go as a Y. Sunday from the Florida Sanitariumby at the close of the second ;year,
M. C. A. canteen worker. Miss Carson auto and filled his pulpit at the he was brought to trial' for murder I
has orders to report at New York Presbyterian, church at the morning and pleaded guilty to, manslaughter 8, :O'CLOCKSTORY'S,
. City January the 8th and will take a service and report a slight further He was given a life sentence and had
weeks training at Barnard College, improvement in the condition of Mrs. served ten years of this sentence. Not
before leaving., Witherspoon.: He will bee again long,ago the matter, was brought ,to
the notice of one of the local attorneys .
'* the coming Sunday .
I Last week we stated that a number 100KAT
here. Mr. Pledger, with the ob-
of our-soldier boys had been dismissed -I Major\ Eugene Bryan;. son of Hon. ject of' obtaining pardon for the BARGAINS dr
or discharged (Webster says the 1 and Mrs. N. C. Bryan, arrived in Kls- man: Mr. Pledger sent for a copy of ,
words aresynonimous) from military I simmee to join Mrs. Bryan, and visit the indictment, and' of the judgment THE ABOVEGOODS
service,and our attention was called to 1 his relatives, reaching here New then appeared before the state boardof
the fact that the discharges: were honorable Year's eva: Major Bryan is assistantto pardons, calling the attention of fOR : .
ones. Of course they were. the chief .t'the !intelligence office its. members to the fact that Binghamhad N@IIR( @
That goes without saying. -No .Klssimmee at Camp Travis, San :Antonio, Texas.H pleaded rniltyto manslaughter NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICB .
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soldier has been other than stricken with influenza with
was and could not be sentenced to life imprisonment '
a S. honorably discharged: from the service pneumonia complications, couple; of buts maximum term of ALL! WINDOWS, k
,. andour boy's taken as a whole] i months ago,and as a penalty for; going twenty rears i made a KISSIMMEE FLORIDA ,
have wonderfully distinguished them- back to his1 work too soon, he suffered good prison' !' Binghamlhad. and I boardgranted .
elves and won 'honors not only fort a relapse. In fact Major Bryan his pardon without hesita-

themselves but,;for their. .home town has spent th* past.Iixty- ve days in. tion. He is 'now employed by E. L. ,
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and friends as welL. dis I He has .
Honorably\ the hospital. a. thirty day Lesley who seems ''satisfied:! with his '- '- -

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,, . A FEW,POINTS FOR r. Export Trade _ ?



,.. POULTRY RAISERS j
Latin America

Do not close' the-poultry houses too What Sells Here Sells ThereManufacturers'wishing !
snugly, at night. Fresh air U neededat
night even more than day tlr.io. to market their products in Latin America t
) 'F 0 R .SALE Collect the eggs frequently and do'not
permit broody hens to occupy the ] will i be benefiued by communicating with our" Export Bureau !'
nests. If you' do not wish to use '
them as early litters remove them We can sell your goods through our .
the first night they are found on the
wll nest. Place them In a slat bottom Native Sales\:Representatives
coop. Water, but do not feed them,'
and if they are taken in time three and trade connections. Publicity in two hundred Latin American
days confinement is
usually sufficient
I and you can have them laying again Newspapers. and two hundred Salons (Motion Picture Theatres)
'11 in from ten to twelve days. The 1
r : 1. ': longer a broody hen clings to the in South and Central America will carry the story of.your pro'f

MAINE CROWN neat spend after the night she {first sitting shows, the a longer desire to it ducts straight to the Merchants, Business Men. Buyer- and .Consumers -' I
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will take to break her up and start in these South American Countries.. i
t her laying: again. I
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Feed succulent greens and vegetables I
f freely, give each lay what they I CooperativeCatalogues \
will dean.up. This avoi: waste and
will keep the hen yard in a more san j We are asiembling our 1 1919 catalogue printed in the language ,

itary condition. For the best results of the South and Central American Republics.If : ' r l'
In egg production do not gorge the
birds with wet mesh in the morningor
i SEED POTATOES to permit them to fill up their interested, write, wire or, call
crops without a reasonable amount of
exercise. A hen with a crop full of
warm mash is likely to seek a quiet
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roost and go to sleep again. The result 6r.erf Dioi.ia
r will be fat fowle but fewer eggs. ALLIED: AMERICAN ASSOCIATION .(,
Plan to start your liatchors early ..;
HLAND BLOCK CHICAGO, U. S. A.
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the coming season. Baby chickenswill .
;::, , be in demand and early pulletswill
., have a ready sale. Get out a .)
f'. good bunch of early pullets for renewing '

p"! f $5.25 the 'incubator'your home and the flock.brooders Overhaul and SEED POTATOESFor 'f

," make sure that everything is in
I, readiness. for starting the early
'
Spring planting December and January delivery !
I roods.> Ifnew, equipment or supplies ; ;
*"rf' IJ liI are' needed place your orders early Highest quality, MAINE grown.Write : 'j

,I- and have avoid disappointment as we still for Prices giving quantity desired. We handle -"
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transportation difficulties and '
'J freight is slow. SpaaldiBf No. 4 Rose, Irish Cobbler, Early Red Bliss Triumph
} Cull the flock early and weed out New Crop TIII'I P. .Cabh.r., Onion Seeds and Sets 'j

-: the undesirables. If there are any We carry all the'leading and standard varieties of Seed that have been ,,; ,
0. B. rt Jacksonville Fla. weak or runts in the flock, cull them tested and known be best soil and climate.
t J. out and force feed to them in a small to adapted to our _Ii: tiLargest

. run for food. Your selected yearlings Crop Seed Oats, Seed Rye Seed Wheat, Rape, Vetch, Barley,
; which are to be wintered if possible English Peas, Beans, Etc:
should be given or* woodlandrape
grove
and feed sparingly on hard Our Descriptive Catalogue FREE on Request '.

gram. When insect life is. not plentiful BLUE RIBBON LAYING MASH MAKES YOUR HENS LAY.
skim milk, scalded fresh fish, ITALIAN RYE FOR LAWNS.OLDEST ; i
beef> scrap or fish meal should. be sup- ,

F.F.lutTONSanford plied.Do not waste grain -or feed. It is

wasteful to attempt growing! more a
F hicks than you can care for properlyand
secure the best growth and to
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carry more male birds than are need
ed beyond marketable size as small
f roosters, and to feed runts and non-
v '. productive fowls and to overfeed and
I I equally so "Underfeed. '

Eggs and poultry are necessary ,
Fla.I foods' among the best foodstuffs we ESTABLISHED fouTNta'ra '
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WRITE fOR fATAt04 .
hive\ and they should commnnd a
price at all times which will] insurea WEEKLY PRICE LIST HOUSE IN FLORIDA s ,
fair and just profit for the pro-
i ducer, M. M. JAVENS.
t'' County Agent. ,

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MULE RACE AS FAIR PEATURE -
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IS BEING DISCUSSED
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.ooooooo oot..tooo..o.oo. oo..oo ooooooooo o utors.; If the quantity nitrate that -
can be secured will fill all orders, each O. D. Wetherell. Seed Potatoes
farmer will -be alloted .the quantity Tampa Fla., Dec. 30.-SPeclal-, )
: applied for otherwise it will be necessary Will South Florida counties enter i,'
: ,For Good and Quick ReturnsSHIP to allot the nitrate proportion prominent men in a free-for-all mule

ately to those applying for it so that race if Tampa's leading lights. will
"' all may participate on equal terms in drive hard-tails on the half-mile track 1 '
., = T'cksProduc'e:, its distribution Arrangements .have during the South'Florida Fair in Feb. .;, _,' 'r.1:. Choice Maine and Western,Stock
.- "?;;)':"*.' "\. ; ? ; "vrj ' -' "' '" ;; n, ,"; ', >I" >.' been made to secure a large quantity many T' < J.i "' ;& '., 1 L:,'" jkft: -\,,MiiiGffiiA'; { : .IRed'i'" .I', '"" ""' ., .,,' : ..v,.. ,
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of nitrate- .and unless the demands Such a race was discussed as apoe "jA ""
.":i/ot.. : ,,J. ., .... Co.; 4. should prove greater,than anticipatedthere sible feature 'of the, coming celebration .Spauldin Rose N 4
II "y'110"E, \ :. ""'I Ny S t. .'": ".41.11\\11I"' -\\ JacksoiivilleF1a.;> : will be enough nitrate to supply which is to be staged as a "Vic !" 0., , '
\ Bay \v'f all reasonable repuirements. The dis- tory Jubilee." The executive com
tribution will be handled as last year, mittee has not settled the question of
"Lef' Get Acquainted" < through the Bureau of Markets." races but Manager B. K. Hana. Bliss Triumph
Please give publicity in this ,letter forde's suggestiop for a speed (((1))
and oblige Yours very truly, event with Mules to harness sounded
Sa DUNCAN U. FLETCHER. good to the members present at a
Irish CobblersOrder
r ... meeting with President W. G. Brorein .
MILK IN WINTER. Friday.It .
E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANYJacksonville r was' decided that celebritea
:j Why do yqur cows give less milk only
\ in winter than they do in summer T wiuld be. allowed to enter, if such a your seed and fertilizer early.
: .Florida Just because nature does not supply race was put on, and that each countyor and
Write for
'Fertilizen.IDsectiaides. Sprayers Poultry Supplies) I them with ,grasses and green food. municipality should enter a favor- ,us prices particulars.
But we have come to the assistance ite son. The mule and the vehicle, ,
for Very yean wu haw been manufaciurini fertilizer in thii Sww-'W have utirficd _, of Dame Nature with B. A. Thomas' whether farm wagon or sulky, would
toners in every county in Florida.' Stock Remedy which contains the properly be left to the driver's choice. WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.

'aY %Mte F.*Late PriM Lwi. J>,iee. always ]. Ii.. with Qaalit], very ingredients that the green feed Plant City, without' question might Manufacturer Ideal Fertilizers.
supplies in season, only, of course enter George Wilder, speaker of the
in a more highly concentrated form. house of representatives and even lay Jacksonville, Fla.
I,We guarantee that this remedy will odds that the east Hilisborough rig
JI make your cows give more milk and would finish-and probably finish OOOOUOo+HUOOoOH: ouoooooouo 0 0 O OUOOOOO.oo 0000.0 o 00-
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PLANK'S CHILL I better milk, with the same feed. Waters first.. '
TONICFOR I &: Carson Grocery Company. AI Lang, of St. Petersburg, might
ba induced to run-he's An old hand at '
.1 r cea. -And-all the balance l of Pinellas J J
BELGIUM RETURNS THANKS county would root for Willis Powell, -14...... .

Colds Influenza Malaria Briston, R. I., Dec. 23, 1918. if he would substitute a hard-tail fora +a .1
LaGrippe (
), .Mrs. G. W. Best, Kissimmee, Fla. gas' buggy. Accotding to some of '
Owing to the fact that we are in Powell's fables, he's,,got more mileageout dL2w1
Chills and Fever touch with Mr. Hoover's Commissionand of a benzine cart with mulish proclivities
; the. food conditions in Europe we than any manufacturer would
":t have received information that the guarantee- o why not. -
A Good Tonic children are 'now''' in good Punta Gorda might find a better
25 and SOc at all Drug and General Store. heath, that Belgium desires hereafterto representative than Ex-Gov. Gilchristbut
feed her own people and sends her if he handled reins and switch,
Manufactured. only ,by the Tropical Co-OperstUve,Co. Jacksonville, Florida, undying gratitude and thanks to those he would have many backers.
aw who have helped her in her desperate Ed Scott of Arcadia. 'Would be another .. ., -
ilight. All honor to thJs brave na- good starter. He Is'-a good v
--' ---- --- roads enthusiast, and Henry Snow

NITRATE AVAILABLE- FOR sale to farmers for fertilizer use., The ion.The 25 per cent heretofore, sent to who is director of grounds, could Peace 'stops the $ghting but rcpt: the
FARMERS AT COST PRICE nitrate will be sold for cash at ,cost. Belgium 'will be diverted to one of the promise him all lie would like in the Our armies horn and abroad
The price to the farmer. will be $81 other countries of our Allies. way of smooth roadway-and with feeding.:
? per shortt.ton. free on board cars at Kindly inform each one of your our state or federal aid at that." ."- our Allies and ourselves must be fed.
,Dear. Washington Sirs. The D. Cn Dec., 26, 1918 the loading point or port. In addition Box Operators. Then there is Clay Carson of KIssimmee More food must be produced in 1919. ,
Secretary: of Agri- '
the farmer will have to the Bartow
1 pay CHILDREN'S TIN BOX FUND. : Sheriff Logan of ;
culture'has advised me that, "under freight charges to unloading point Oscar Eaton of Lakeland] J. Walker Lack of fertilizer will cut down *your ,
the authority of section 27 of the food and any incidental that he phbliicatttn Pone, 6f Winter Haven John Camo- materials
J control Act and subsequent legislation expenses o To Insure all com- <> ;' production. Labor cars, raw -
may himself incur in connection with hen of Bradentown J. B. Edwards
.:elating- the 0 munlcatlons and notices of meetIngs ; limited. Fertilizer factories must M'
t.beretorl Department of>, the delivery of the nitrate.' of Sarasota: Harvey Heitman of Fort all are
ng the coming sea- o most reach this office before 0'' "Myers, M. L. Brooksville at once' to even a (:
;anon would offer nitrate of aoda for "The plan used in the sale and distribution Dawson.of ; begin shipping move ,
. : of the nitrate will follow ina o noon. Thursdays. John Cheyney, of Tarpon Springs: normal by planting time. .
-- e DeWitt Griffin of Ocala Gilbert tonnage
TIM general way, last year's plan. State ; -
Cold the Winter f Directors of Extension, County Agricultural Leach of Leesburg; Bob Holly, of Shape up plans and order now. 4'', -
Than your
the Weak
Agents ,and. nitrate committees Sanford and'a host of others.
/'YOOmuat have Health.Strength and En- composed. local business men,' Ask Your Grocer Tampa' entries T Well they are"dark' ._ Waters & Carson Grocery Co., Local
ij ,4tarance to fight Colds..Grip and/ntlaenxa. will direct farmers in filing their ap I' horses" for the pre.ent-but Representatives, To
When bloed'U nlatts healthy' plications. Application blanks to be For Tampa will match the' other Florida '
condition and docs not : properly.' used by farmers will be sent to county cities if a mule race is staged. wi Kissimmee Fla. ,...,
jroweystein' .toiVlntarcold. ..unable- to withstand the I'' agents 'and the members of the local Note-We are in doubt as to whether 5 :j : ,..'.* Armour Fertilizer Works ,''' ;" ..f'.t.
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1 .; committees at date. CHEEKMEAL'SCOFFEES the Kissimmee'entry in this race r'r
.an early :
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..;0It0V2' TASTELESS Chfll TONIC''' I "Under the law,the nitrate will be U intended for Clay Stanford or C. ;- .;Jacksonville Fla. .. J r-, i; '. f(, :;,,

/., Tonifles' the System Alalnst Colds. Grip I sold only for cash and the farmer will A.Carson.-Neither of them we believe
'" .anil Influenza by Parlfyinf f"4 EDdcbInC be required to deposit the money.cov- have ever been entered In a mul race
die B1ood., ering the cost of the nitrate for which before, .but in the other races they '
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a It contains the treH-imown tonle poop.4th. .I he applies, with the local bank, association bare tackled they have u.uallyproven j,
>; of Quinine and Iron la form or individual to be designated winner: and Kissimmee wID,continue .: : t
p . 'awoeptabla! to the Boost delicate stomach. by the Department. In practically all to- back either of them, .-even in -si. ,
fad u pleasant to take. Yon can soon feel.1AlovlgantlogEffect. counties, distribution of the nitrate Best By Every Test I mulerace.! "

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THE KISStMMEE, VALLEY GAZETTE.,; FEIDAT.: JANUARY 3, 1.1t. .

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"'Y / COLDS) '1 of'WRENS Oeorarls..SANK! .'*: corporation under
DTTERFEREl
'/.f! OF HEALTH SERVICE t lb.FARMERB STATE tll. !

poratlon under the G. AGNIR :
{ I I WITHBUSWESS of OeorKla; .
i.!;, all 7.cluletl ISSUES WARNING BANK OF 4
tion under the

:1.1'' -: 'Georgia BANK; OF1 and Insurance (
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bat are Dtte''t11ta; g'. New D tery tinder the Law of
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, \ .. After the InfluenzaEpidemlo' you going on tine job, under: the LAws of : *' Bank, Building.' :Telephone No. 30. .
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,"j 1 'I""BANK: or ,- Kiuimmea Fla.
t Probable. Non under the
Fifty eontlauoue years, of armorOafi4nchsckingaohevtagoouglu/ Georgia! : .
" | I I WH1TH COUNTY
'f >a Expected t* Lurk far Month colds aid kindred sufferings Is the Oeornia.tion under the Agency: maintaining big .general 'offices Us_ New

/..l, -M- Guard Against .rNteuntetila, King's,New I I| Tou are hereby a, Boiton, Chicago and) other cities for the con, '
\1 'ppirents'fathers' ito'I I the bill of
No, Indeed. TJHftss Colds Highly Catching Inv mothers the against you In the seekers.. If you wish to sell write me at once,

, are accurately ef Suitable CI.thlng.-Ceuh. kiddies-all have used and are using cause January 01or, A. D.before 1019. of any kind unless 'we sell :your property. No char' t'
'. I the exact strength 100.000,Lives' It as the safest suroit. most pleasant* The Kllmmee
: to-take remedy they know ol. I hereby designated a withdrawing or'' advertising.

h cylinder or Sold by aU druggists everywhere.JCeeo I IJ which 4 this week"Order for the New York Life Company
j needed to correct \ D. O.-With the subsid once vreek Insurance

; r, will be far from the epidemic of Influenza the Bowels On ScheduleLate WITNESS! my : Accideot.and Health Insurance. '
1 aid, Court at
of health officers Is directed
j' be absolutely retarded functioning throw County, Florida, thl
bronchitis and other .cember. A. D. 1(18.
/I. U1GIIT glasses, the whole clay's duties! out of gear. I (SEAL) J. +
':II;' t4 an. Ocultist ,of of the respiratory system Keep the system cleansed the appetite ! Clerk of the
regularly cause a large number lively, the stomach staunch with County l
"That's Us. especially during the winter Dr. King's New Life Pills Mild and LANDI8., By FISH K, H.& v

DR. E. S. According to Rupert Blue, tonic c ia action. Sod} everywhere. Solicitor for

".i': Oculist and Health General Service of the these United diseases States / I Hardware Co .I}
:; 28 W. Church St. .
,} especially prevalent this win- ++++++++ +++++-r++:POur ++ The annual m-U;;
v the people are particularly + + holder of the ,

;;} !' >V. B. Crawford to obey health Instructions +' exports since .. Is ..counh'1entered + Immee said. bank will.In be Kl..

'I>i CRAWFORD present epidemic" said Sur'\ + the war have Justified aI* January 14, 1919, ,Located'olt Kissimmee's

{I ATTORNEYS- Blue, "has taught by bit- + statement made by the Food Administration + for for the the ensuing purpose I of

" Of flees I 4 5 6, bow readily 'a condition + shortly after Its con. + "\\on\ of such ;,r..:. r BUSIEST CORNER
before paid
r Bank: apparently as a slight. cold + tettion'ouUlning the principles + come l-3t. U H.

t Kisslmmee go on to pneumonia 'and death. + and policies that would govern + ,
'Ibe worst of the epidemic Is 4 the solution of this country's + .
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-DR.- W. W. there will continue to be a large 4 food problems, + 1919 ,I II
of scattered cases, many of 4"The whole foundation d.-- + I I II
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" mild and unrecognized, which + mocrac,."declared the Food Administration + 'NOW' I Hardware Co. hat glided over 'l1to"another year

Office over danger spots to be guarded + ""lies' |'a the lndi- .+ a:
Office Hours: .. ." The Surgeon General likened '4 vldual Initiative of Its people + a, cog or even a jar in their machinery.: We with all
pl l_ 'Phono III
Oa Administered ( situation to that, after a + and their willingness to serve the + Tags' Now Read Happy New Year and in this connection we assure '
,Teeth Ore, saying-"No Ore chief who Interests of the nation with comp + '
his business stops playing' + pleteself elfacementln the time 4--Ifor I The registration Legislature ot will always be on the alert to,serve their needs inevery '
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LEWIS on the charred debris as soon 4of emergency. Democracy can +. 1515. Tax due ( lines. "
State ,0 our. t
, flames! and visible fire have dis. + yield to discipline, and we cansolve + days .r
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.,, On the contrary, bo con + this food problem for our + 'Motorcycles .._____ :, .

the water for hours and even + own people and for the Allies In + Horsepower'A. I I .

Waring & for be knows that'there Is dan + this way. To have done so will + I ,,' .' "

! the lire rekindling from amol. + have been a greater service than + !Automobiles tt I :'. .". ..: '. "
hl "eIID.toa' I. _.:_ __ .?
embers. 4 our Immediate objective.' forwe, ;+ lees -- -- -

1 JOHNSTON ft: you fear another outbreak ol + have demonstrated the rlcbttul.neu + Automobile I Automobiles, over over , "
( ," ho was. ,; askvd. "Not neces 4 of our faith and our ability + Automobile over -
'
another Urge epidemic," said + to defend ourselves without be4- I Automobile *eatln t the midst of jme' of our sun-shiny wifiten.-but the '
Offices 10, 11 .Trucks not more

r ]anddt learn! '.to General realize"but the seriousness unless the ++ log PmsslsnlBed.." ++'ITruck.I(I I over tons one.._ I evening are a little, chilly, so", you had' better let us '

Kluimme* danger they will be compelled to +++++++++ +++ +++.+++'Trucks over--S.,--- heating stove of some sort -They're so comfortable and '
.
heavy death toll from pneumo Truck over 4 '
, other respiratory diseases. 1 I Dealers .. _,__.__ warding off the"8u"
__ ..._
Fw Eee.pe.There .., Hear Chauffeur.**., casket .... ,t
Colds. Highly atchlng. Indeed who bulances '

I 81890B'' : Is' encouraging to i observe that laving at are.least one cold 'during escape the takers ..-.__._.
.
are beginning to team that or winter months, and they;are fortunate .w The.n te law(.*'re_j..1.* ._ ,l,
coughs and colds are highly who have but one and get through j All ..._ from with quickly and without any serous , It. MV err.._.
: and are spread person .
SE by means of droplets' of consequences. Take Chamber.lain' "jekerk* delay .ell..' .
Cough Remedy and observe the! I Blanks may b. ,
laden' mucus. Such droplets are ,Tx Collector
l t Into the air when careless or directions with each bottle and you, cult Court or by good many articles of Kitchen and ,Table ware during Fire, Life; with >re likely to be one of the fortunate ,
people cough or sneeze It ones 'The worth and merit ,of this: rush: but we still have a good supply of China .and ''
! their mouth and nose. Comptroller
Health, Plate "good to know that people have are remedy many has/ families been fully who proven.have always There t- will make the housekeeper glad.' : Come in and have ?

something about the value of used it for when troubled witha '
bility and Boiler years I MA"!
air. la summer when people cough or cold and with the very, ""Motle.. I* hereby ,
outt of doors; the respira beat results. and by virtue of a
} .v Legal Bonds diseases. (coughs, colds, pneumo case'. of M.Clrr !
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I and Daley uryan
I .) are Infrequent! In the fall. pending In the : ::

Same Day p'"I"V.'S. begin to remain Indoors, the LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS Seventh of Florida Judicial In and d'D.

"- diseases .increase;. In the """" In Chancery, the .' s'
:
h.
T cR'OF-"Tn-"KHOLDERa--; ial Master In .
to stay
,when people are prone
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OFFICE: State ventilated, overheated rooms, MRETINQ. highest, outcry bidder, for at
diseases become. very The regular annual meeting of the Court House a Hardware Co. !
Stockholder of the Tucker Brick Com ceola. State of ,
I nany will be held In the office of the. hour of stale, on ,
Company at Klalmmee Fla., at of January A. D. 1 ft ,
J Suitable Clothing Important o'clock a.- m..Thursday: .J. .. 16th, ul: scribed tract of
: J. W. produo. for the election of a Board of Director County of Oaoeola
another factor In the
and the transaction. of such business. to-wlt: Lot Three
of colds pneumonia, and other re ns may come before the meeting.J. (S) of Boblnaon's
Funeral diseases Is carelessness or Ig WADE TUCKER Pre*. mee, aa shown by : : I Is Anybody Advertise Heir "WaaU" in the Gazette
1-lt. W; d. HANK1N8, Sec. Pro-Tern. the record of c
of the people regarding suit together with the I I
clothing during the seasons when NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ment and .
Dated December,
& suddenly changes, sitting I. the Court. at -Caatr ...eI... Onreola v
.
rooms too heavily dressed or, ( .....,. State .f Florida. Special:
.
&
; LICENSED .Ie oven more common, especially In re Katate of Clyde II. RanaTo SolicItor.KRIBBS for E ;

women dressing so lightly that all Creditor. Legatee, Distributee I
are kept closed In order to be end all Person having Claim or NOTICE TO a 41 C t
Store and Chapel Demand against said Estate: d
warm. This Is a very In You, and each of hereby ,
you are !. V.... of the ('. t
) .. practice. notified and required which resent any (.....,., (It.. ea
claim and demand you oreither I la Re Katate .( \ '
Could Save 100.000.Lives. of you may have against theft
of Clyde H. BOB, late I ti
r believe we could easily save one Oaceola County Florida,ci.ig. underclgned To all Creditor..
M. tee and all *
Administratrix of said estate -
thousand lives annually In I within two year from the date Demand agalaat ,
United, States If all the people' hereof. tDated You. and each of 1

;Real Estate adopt the system of fresh alt December Ifth. A. D. 1916. tilled claim and and required k rY

.................. followed for example In tuber 8-8t. RUBY O. BASS Adminhstralrlx.STOCKIIOLDERS either of you,
\ '
estate of William
sanatoria. There Is nothing MEETING.
Realty bought ed, late of Oaceola ATU
about It-no specific medl. The annual meeting 'of the stockholders the undersigned '
House rented. of the State Bank of Klaalm- estate within, two' "
vaccine. The Important thing
no mee will be held at the office of said hereof.Dated. t ,;.- $ j.
i Taxes paid and living good food and plenty of Bank on Thursday, January .th, at December 1 :
for non-residents.,. air. 1 Pi-Su ; \. .
.
: !c. A. CARSON,i Pre* IS-St. *

Fire. Life and Infection Explained In Picture,, -< ..... ............ '
surance. inr ( 'R tT.. COURT. SEVENTH! JUDICIAL NOTICE TO
Bureau of Public) Health. riRCVIT. 1\ AND rOM OS- SAM'S MAILS 'are safe and sure,and our'lplenclid ;
COUNTV .. .. tae C. '
Indemnity & ' Department, has Just Issued CEOLA IN CHANCERY.ORDER KI.OHIUA.. Caart CeiBtr.: ..

... . . .. .. . poster Washington drawn by;Berrjman cartoonist.: !. re K atet. for giving 'prompt attention to mailed deposits are n

FOR CONSTRUCTIVE) SER all Creditor
poster exemplifies ,the I modern VICE. ntee To and all a carefully studied effort to satisfactorily serve a large a.
of health", education.: A few or Demand /

ago under slinllatdtchmstancea, EDWARD W. D,[JIIN. ,Complainant notified Ton and and each. ,growing.lilt of out-of-town depositors. I i
,
authorities.would have Is EMORY L. LESLBT= and JENNIE K. claim which you
'an official, dry but. scientifically: LESLEY Ma WALTER C. I may have against
wlteitan
BASS 8R.'. E.- BASS, Hyatt-deceaaed, YOU CAN'T' COME TO TOWN ,
'CUy- bulletin teaching the role ol: hi* wife. KISSIMMKH) gz.tT COMPANY ty. Florida, to the 1
; Infection: In the spread of re a corporation; organUed and itrator| of said

' .c1lae *. The only ones who existingunder of Florida; GEORGIA the Laws FARM of the LOAN State year Dated from November the USE, THE MAILS, :M

have understood' the/ bulletin COMPANY a corporation organised I W.

,ha ve'been those, who already and_existing under_ _. the L BANKb..,l.St. i
of G.or I yea.will chop at aEne we wiB gladly tell yea rc: f
kr ,nil about the subject The man corporation under theRL.ws of- the NOTICE OF \

ky Phone street the plain citizen and the State BANK of a Georgia corporation: FARMERS under the STATE Law (Per Float about 1 tt, aad incidentally a,few good. rea ; ,

millions who' toll for their living of the State of Georgia; BANK OF la Cart .( C..
bars bad no time and no desire ROOPVILLE. a corporation under the why you should sue thb Bank.: J
tbro1ll1a'the technical: phrase Law. of the State of Georgia; BANK f i a A
o OF MOLKNA. a corporation under theLaws
..,..' .. :...J -of the-State ; BANK -!. re Kmtmt Oaelai at ;
OF DECATUR. a corporation; under I hereby '
the Law. of the'State Of Georgia; Notice 1
USETHEHW BANK -TLAINVILLE,' a corporation It of may April concern A. Dl BANK OF

$ CHRISTIAN under, and the'WHITJII Law COUNTY of the Stale BANK.ofGeorgia the Honorable*T.. t

10:00-t-Sundar: a corporation under ,l the 'Law of the Soap' dischar'. (
I
11:00= ermoD. 4 State, of Georgia., Defendant.. the .tate of that.
and
6rvW > TO GEORGIA FARM LOAN COM ceased
3sl5-Y. P. S. C.: PANY. .' corporation/ organised and will prevent a* to : i ; RISSI'MMEE' \
'1:0o-8ermon. existing' under, the Law of the State count tate. and ask for :

,- ,, '.Dated .September : '
.
'
'Prayer'" "meeting A Tonic Laxativethat o-a'-m-f-f-mo. 2

evening' at,7:30.-I: : wm tenor the We from ti* Ur'aad $100,600.00,4, }
-day. : skew the System THOROUCHLV wkhoat sdpttujfdlcoatlagtavstaaiackls I'NOTICB or' 750000.00 CspiUl
4 I truly A Fscawl Lav FINAL-
;' Junior' C. E. ; I Court of .
:f save.LAX.P05 Florida, O6eol : tJ
j Ir
ja. m. . .Wmi!PEP5IN > tats o. D;,C.' Officers sad Director* ,
Ladles'' ........aa4 '/Notice I. hereby '
Young ,l b the awe K a Put laude acid E.L. LESLEY
: U r. which sees nltoM. Wcs rtoadacb*. DtatoMa I.-. concern, President. fl; KAT? T-P: 1
second S 1IdaJ'. I -r. .' A. D l
.
C.: W. 'B.aeets '' \ dlsvetiaa.*,;>fliomana>L1re.S.dtIrtb..Mw.ysws Tinia4 G\* sea Puos* *dsyaT ,.4<.h"February Honorable '*. ,3. D. JEFFORDS., Cashier r

la each month.Chureh'Board. ( etui AD P.Ilatle1autlw nsen'wiltf fa.tile uet'-_ of'CoWs.C rtp I said.Court dlaeharr a. $as : : ,. ;,U.CARSONI;. r )LEAp:,. 'f'Jr (' :.
zadtae
'' rie ., MI ''IIIa'WAY'_ I'lanai of D. C. Le 'R. FtEMING>;> ;:::4 t ,>"
; ) : ; PIlsst! ..Itsk1aDlNath: 'It the Mm tlBM CARSON.t, : ,
'each. :1couet lilY ftDaI : E L; .
afternoon p ot; this""poster can be' job- M sots i._.A4a1&8.a,"-n, PMss..cthe trls or said state (:1; BaYAf(. ' ;," LESuer 'i>
x..: 'You are, ] [ -tat". I I proval. ' : V 1. WADE TOCKER Direetecs., !
tree .
.4'(' t: o( cliarn >r; writing t0O.neral'U. : C J. i'j
'"... .nieM. .:& Public Hea1tDngta ...... s.. M ..".............W.cJ&I& ..of.. Dated FLORA July B. .... - ,

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( ,'IGfT .THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY JANUARY 3,, Itl'1. \\1 1 1dk
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'. ','! T 1 St. Cloud DepartmentNEWS I .




V AND NOTES OP THE "WONDER CITY1 .
'i Are YouOpenMinded

.l I .BY OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT . '
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Miss' Edith Jenness and Miss 'Le Mr. A. D. Perry:' died on Monday ?
3 u nora Savage of Kissimmee- were St. at the Chunn: hOllpltal,' tter an opera ,
Cloud callers on Tuesday.' ation. Particulars of/'the I/ funeral
Mr. Henry W. Van Dusen arrived next week.
Tuesday morning from Michigan The Sunday School of the Christian it S
City, Jnd., and is a guest at the St. ,church elected the following officer The average Americanis
i ; t.l Cloud Hotel. on Sunady last, for the year: 'Sup
The Army and Navy Union, and erintendent, B. F. Rails; assistant
v A DHKAKV VIEW!: PROM A CHEKHFtL IIOMR Elsie P. McElroy Auxiliary, will have suprintendent, L.; Q. Bowen; secretary open-minded,

i i In some home the situation 'to reversed the Inside b..tnW'almoat all joint installation of" officers Monday / Mrs S. E. Houston; treasurer,
4reary .. the view without as Men' through ,the bay window'/ ,+ above, afternoon. Mrs. Louisa Sharp; organist, Miss '
Miss May Young is confined to her Edith, Harrod; assistant organist, American business i is con<
Tiers !. a ...! ..llIrrr.r. ). houtfe with an attack of the grippe Mrs. Dora L. Francher; ,librarian,
!. the l..*rtor of ..0..... ( this week. Mrs. B. F. Rails; assistant librarian, ducted by true ,Americans of

The .....!.. ml fnmtrmlmrmt ..4 ..fI.'.......m bran where, Mr, Martin Everett and Martin Everett Mrs.,, Pauline, Wise. men
Rood judgment and an open puree have been um-d In furnlnh.ln Jr., of East Orange, N. J., The G. A. R Post and W. R.: C. will vision, open-minded who
., the right article In Just the spent Christmas with'Mr. I. N. Alber- -
the home placingJust rluht have public joint installation of of A'
place In every ropm In the houc... ton. Mr Everet is a son-in-law and cers in the G. A, R. hall at 2 p. m., believe in their country and strive

Oar Vmrmltart. ....... ......r.al home.. ..4 Mill b.. baud ..........o.r: Martin Jr., a grandson' of Mr Alber- Friday afternoon. Mr. Bullard is installing to meet' their needs. s
.. t. lc.1.l r.. qualify, vrvlp, a.* price. ton.Mr. officer for' the post and Mrs.E. country's
Chas. Houston of Monaca, ,Pa,, Westcott, installing officer, for the The men in the packing industryare
came on Saturday last and spent the ,
corps.
x C. H. GRANTHAM day, on with Delaware his uncle.avenue.Mr., John. Houston The Veterans' Association held no exception to the rule. '

r'The Storm"You their regular meeting last
Saturday
Satmaetory
Born Dec
on Wednesday 18, to
\ Mr. and Mrs., Grlu ,J>rat 1er, a son. afternoon when the following officers
4f I Miss Edith Jenness is visiting'Mrs.' were elected. for, the year: President, ,I The business ,of Swift &
C: L. Bandy at Kissimmee this ,week.A Rev. W. F. Kenney; vice-president,
dance was given at the New St. Mr. James Bullard; ,secretary, Mrs. Company has grown as the nation
Anna Ansbaughchorister; ,,Mrs. Julia
Cloud Hotel Christmas; night which affairs
French. has Its
progressed.
was very much enjoyed by the.young
can point .with prida
y I f people. Uncle Josh Ferguson was n business '
'
i to your property if you 'own The".Junior League gave an entertainment caller at Kissimmee on Friday.Mr. have'.peen'cond cted honorably,

: one ,of our 'splendid farms. in the M. E."Annex Monday David Blubaugh is !in receiptof efficiently and economically reducing -
We make a specialty of,farmlands evening. A large number were present a telegram, saying that his brother ,
and have the finest and a silver offering was taken, died at Oklahoma City' Okla.! ten the margin between, the
f which will'be used in a good cause days after Mr. Blubaugh left there. ,
hereabouts..Good, well drained _-_ live and
e H - - - -- - - - - - - cost of stock the selling
rich'soli, ,suitable for
r growing all kinds of farm ORANGE CENTERQuite of made the candies fun refreshments sandiwches, of and..home hot : price of dressed meat, until todaythe

t produce, orange and grapefruit chocolate were ,served. '. profit is only a fraction of a
grove We have farmsof a few of the people in pur The invited guests were Misses
,all sizes, thoroughly improved vicinity have just experienced an attack Grace and GussieWina.. Lois Johnson, cent a pound-too small to have
and fenced in and in of the "flu," but so far as known. Margaret Stanford Claribel McGhee,
noons amusing racing programs will Adah Louise Simpson, Carolyn Fripo.Zulene any noticeable effect on prices. ';
; attractive' picturesque local closed at present, but our teacher, Clecklv, and Messrs. Nelson!
,ities. Mrs.'Hattie Bronson, states she hopesto Makinson Sheldon Johnson, Roy, i
renew the studies' as soon as the Brink. William Arnold. Gerald Riv- The packing industry'is a big;
epidemic is past. ers, Henry Singletary Verne Wilson,
u BREAKER REALTYCOMPANY Mrs. Ada Frace of Kissimmee was Harold Herzberg. and Bert Wells. vital industry-one of the most
seem to be improving. The school is
I"i r parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Maddox, COTTAGE PRAYERMEETINGS.The important in the country. 'Do
':t. :riKISSIMMEE,,FLORIDA, on Sand Lake. Layman's Association held a '

3 It is reported the stork visited the prayer meetintr New Year's, night at you understand... it ?
Mrs. Richard Bron .
and
home of Mr. the home of ,Mr. Smith, in Pinedale.
son on last Thursday evening. which largely attended ,bv the
y "r 'JIATHBUN. &: WILLARD POPULAR' MISS SKILTON VICTIM ,OF We are glad to learn that Mr. E. neighbors.was A S: Nelson conductedthe Swift ,& Company presentsfacts

AT CASINO. INFLUENZA 'AT "WASHINGTON I B. Morrey and family are will again reside located services. Mr. Smith has been advertisements .that'appear I
,, here and hope they : stricken with paralysis and greatly in the .
- here permanently. appreciated the service at his home.A .
'Manager J. D. ,Wpodbeck surprised Word'was received ,here this week Mr. J. Rignev, who has been at I second meeting of the associationwill in this paper. They are
+' lis patrons Monday night when he bringing the intelligence of the death; Charleston, S. C., for some time returned be held Thursday night at the addressed, to.
and is spending open-minded '
week -
a combined the Rathbun & Willard's of Miss Elsie Skilton who was in the I ,home lost home of Mm. Russell- on Main street every
musical comedy,company with his excellent government employ at Washington. the holidays with his family. with Rev. Taylor as leader, person in the country. I
film progrfcm' (Tlra performance Miss Skilton .had been stricken with ,WARMUP ,
: a start influenza which : CITY POLITICS MAY CLASS
waa. scream from to developed pneumoniaand SUNDAY SCHOOL
finish and has been pronounced ,by her death took place at Provi WITH MARCH ELECTION. ENJOY CANDY PULL t
many to be one of the best'companies dente hospital.Miss' il The booklet of preceding chapters In this

9 ,ever. appearing, ,in Kissimmee. So Skilton was well known here, City politics has been a pretty maioWer The,, Senior Young'People's Sunday story of the packing, industry,will b. mailed
but
popular was their performeance-that having,been a member of the faculty tame affair for some time School class of the Christian church on request to '
they will play again tonight by, of'the school a little more excitement next
last
spec year teaching; the gave a class party at the home of their Swift Ac Company.
ial request, though a different program eighth grade, when her charming; March, for only one of the' present I teacher; Mrs.<''W. H., Colcman: 'Wed Union Stock Yards -, Chicago Illinois
will be presented from that of personality and real, worth won her city fathers will hold over and it Is nesday night. About twenty of the
,
;.Monday night. wide circle''of' friends., possible that with candidates in the young.people of the church'were
race for the four seats, some compel
present, among them several ,young

3 t:..""_ t.. t.. t.. 1IIt r t.. 1JI. '"A r"II.. tition B. E.may Haley's develop.promotion in ...railroad who ladies are who home were from former school members for hut the Swift. & Company
,
-t"( : circles and departure from Kissimmee -
r Christmas' holidays.
'-- will leave a vacant seat that will U. S A.
I ; be filled by appointment of the council '
Looking: Forward&swi'f : WATCH PARTY.The .
: Slater Reed
': ; : ill the spring election. '
( was similarly appointed to succeed Senior League planned a social
*'" ,' v evening and, watch party Thursday
\* t tjt vV3 Roma Thomas who moved to Georgia
,fl .. ,, From a [successful year last fall. The terms of Chairman night in honor of the approachingnew ."
Lawson l and Dr. W. W. Carson expires year. Miss Sara Clark was hostess -
'' this year, ,leaving G. M. Taylor the for the evening, and planned
just ended I,we willstrive only )man to continue an unexpiredterm. ''games for the diversion, with sand-
wiches, and chocolate to refresh the

to ''merit, a con- guests.

tinuance of FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. GEORGE HALL BURIED HEPE a

your confidence '9:45, Sunday School, N. C., Bryan, TUESDAY. I -- #. ,

'\ '. 'for the New uperintendent.11:00. preaching service, subjec; Little George, the four year old son DeWilton Alderman left today for whose, affairs have been economically
: J "The Gift to Jesus." I of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hall, died from Okeechobee, where he will assist his managed and public improvementsthe
'Year. Fully 7:00 Supreme(New Time), Evening service' acute indigestion after a three hour father, who was recently elected tax chief object for which taxes are
\' realizing subiect, "Rich Man and His Folly." illness, and his body was brought to collector of Okeechobee county, in collected but that alll, the citizens ,
The general public is invited to attend Kissimmee for burial in the family looking after the duties of that office were; more than willing to spare no
our success depends on these services lot at Rose' Hill cemetery. B. F. Hall, 'He also expects to plant a spring crop pains- in beautifying their home sure '" ,
the grandfather, ,accompanied the of' potatoes, near Okeechobee. roundings and help make their city

'our, approval FOR MISS HARRIS. parents on their sad J'I1lsslon.and Mr. beautiful -attractive which is a
) w
e '
; Stomach Trouble. ,
and Mrs. Knight were in the party. I very important thinespecially fora
thank Mrs. D: G. Francis entertained' a Rev. O. B. Falls conducted a short "Before I used Chamberlain's Tab- tourist city. /
,you, at'I' part"of young people Monday nightat funeral service at the grave and the lets I doctored a great deal for stom- .GEORGE W. FOX. "
he. home on Emmett street in honor little fellow was laid to rest.'Tuesday j!lath trouble and felt nervous and tired ,
of her sister, Miss'Abby ,Harris, afternoon at 3:30: o'clock, when a the time. These tablets helped me
::1, : Taylor's Grocery who was ]leaving for her .home at number of friends from Kissimmee {from the first, and inside of a week's TO
Camp Shelby. Miss. No program was fathered there to show their sympathy time I had improved in every way,"
arranged for the evening but the for the bereaved family\ writes Mrs. L. A. Drinkard. Jefferson. i
hour was spent quite informally with City. Mo.INTERESTING. '
games, music, and at''the conclusion PICNIC ON NEW YEAR'S DAY. '
THE'PUBLIC
'Mrs. M. M. Miller and family, Mrs. LETTERS FAVOR
..e i George Bronson. Misses Ouida and BULKHEADING THE LAKEFRONT
Johnna Malloy, Cucretia Overstreet,
1 r. Gladys Griffin, Mattle Belle Harris, (Continued from Page One)
!
I and their 'quests from Winter Haven,
.iIo I Anna Wilson, Edwina Ray and Donna persons to come and seek home.
r ', .-. .-,". Harbaugh; and Messrs. Irlo Bronson ,among us. "
.. ;and Malcom Overstreet ,of Kissimmee It takes an active co-operation of
,\ : ,(',..,.. ':" .II'" t, ',," ,' < ',' were a congenial picnic party motor-: the citizens of a town to make it We do not believe It would be possible .
,', f' , ,
,
'j.: " '
,
I.," .. i for part of prosperous 'and In order to obtain fot'us to bottle and
'" '/.j,: : 'f"" '' , ' Ing to' Shingle Creek .a grow. sell ONE; f
'
'1\0.\. I 'If""' t''t' (!\ \ .', ",' ''' ....,',";\ ..:.,>,f ,'.'' ,. New Year's Day. this co-operation of the citizens, HUNDRED' AND FIFTY GALLONSof
I
<'::; Ir ",1// : '/I"t r' :: :' I- there must be shown to the taxpayersthat No. 101 Tonic per day if it not
.: f'\ :: W. G. Kenney of :Lansing, Mich- they are going to receive some was
; > ti", gin' 'I has? returned to Kissimmee and joined benefits in the way of public improvements an effective: ,treatment' for influenza.

f f'y t 'yg'g' The Producers d / << 1:'}. north.his wife', hereafter a business trip pay. In the cityfrom| the taxes they \1 ,

:.. In order that they may get those A man who world a'.lar&e force of
I .. " '- f Did ever stop to consider how needed public improvements there
you men came into my office .several day.a&'O .
; wise would be, gentle reader, if should be strict economy used in running
,', of the major portion of",wealtlt'of( f .this "country' ,' you hand at the affairs of the city and cut. and told'us he had twentyfivemen
remembering
were just as good a
171 \ -: the fanner*-are often located far from the Ban?;"' you the good things you hearas ting off every expense possible and taken with this malady in one{ ''
j..<1 ,';', ;. evil place every available i dollar in the day; He immediately distributed an,'
you'are at retaining the public improvement budget and see ample supply of No.,101 Tonlc- z

i' .' ; The v,modern, farmer )find 'this no inconvenience, however be- things? Yon read a book which'over. ;that the improvements are wisely and' them and there was not a fatality among in, _
,
with wiadom''and Instruction economically made.' : _,
,
I ,]i cause he can do hi* Banking by Mail if he has an account with this ",,' and flows forget all about 'if',in'a week or I never,have Jived In or seen a cityI the twenty-five, -I r
l <
.Institution",- and hi*' check' book' alway*"give ;'him''the.exact change ; two, but "a dirty piece of gossip or' ,- ---- -- - --

'\ .. , .' smutty''story sticks',,like'.'tick:upon '" 'The formula by which this Tonic la
Ia *vl ywhen'wanted: : without ;)running; ris ibyeepin. actual money,in the ; \ old. Towser's backv-Zolfo ,Springs Make a Specialty made is given! to the public, so it cannot t

houses '' Truth.. 'Repairaf be listed as a secret nostrum.; It, ,
4',, .i( -,4f! ,. t -I contains Iron"whlch
t' e t ,i ,i is for the blood; ,
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