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 10, 1919
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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L h VOTE SOLIDLY FOR BULKHEAD i' Favoring ,Bulkheading the LIVESTOCK MEETING


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A mass meeting: attended by nearly costas material had"adv.nced ten to Klasimmee has long been known as' officials,and interested citizens, a...
fifty of Kissimmee's most prominent twenty per cent since they :were made a meeting, place for conventions and working day and night to leave no>
business men, was held Monday nightat and labor was high''and'scarce.' ", .' . has made many such occasions me- stone unturned that would contribute
the city halt 'when enthusiasm for Mayor Cadel seemed ,heartily in morable ones. Next week she will to the success of the stockmen's con
civic improvement ran to fever heat, favor of the Improvement;;'and suggested At the regular meeting of the city'council Tuesday' night. Cha'irman be privileged to entertain the seventh vention.,
in fact the air fairly sizzled with In- that, the old estimates be revised f. H. Lawson introduced the following resolution which was. un- annual convention of the Florida Mr Johnston t is in charge of. the
r terest.. and then submitted to' the ,tax animously adopted: State Live Stock. Association and in Osceola'Stock Show to be held at the
The bulkhead project held the cen- payers for their approvel.Col. keeping with this traditions of the fair grounds on the convention date
ter of the staff throughout the even- : Lewis O'Bryan stated that RESOLUTION. p.St-SDo planning something novel and expects to have at least 125 head
Ing though At one point it divided at- there would likely be an increase in Whereas, the citizens ana voters of Kissimmee, are vitally interest. in the way of diversion for this event. of, cattle from the ranches near here.
tention with a city park proposition the cost of building the bulkhead now I ed ia the welfare of this city and its future progress, and ,During i the dates the distinguished Mr Johnston sats the object of invite
which promises to become a realityin but he felt sure that within a short visitors are here January 14, 15 and ing the association to Kissimmee was
the near future. time labor would be more'plentifuland WHEREAS, it would seem that the improvement of our I lakefrontand 16? a ,stock show and home grown to,show the stock men what (was bee "
r H. Clay Stanford'' called the'meet- that he felt there was no insurmountable the reclamation of a (large area of .land would most materially pro-' feed exhibit will be collected !at the 'log. done on the ranges in the way of
Ing to order when W.' B. Harris was obstacle in the way of carrying mote the welfare of said dry, aDd county ,fair grounds. Kissimmee is breeding scrub cows with good bulls r '
elected chairman,. with W. J. Steed, out this cherished dream of, proud of.''the section in which, she'ii and he asks the co-operation of every
secretary, beautifying. and adding .to the''pros WHEREAS, the cessation of hostilities' in Europe will tend to encourage located/.J\d of the stock industry Osceola stock man I who has a credits-.
,Mr. Stanford outlined the object of perity-of. Kissimmee. .. aDd promote the entering npoa all public improvement of which''produee" BO large; a share of bl. animal to take enough pride in his
calling the business men together Ja.mea'M. Willson. 'Jr., who' owns municipalities of material and ,......1 nature,. that Miring the* her,wealth.. This exhibit Is to be a county to bring it to the fair grounds.
1 saying that it was foe the betterment property that ,would' be directly affected twofold purposeof I.promotiag the best interests of such saunicipaEiies. counts r4ide': ' effort to show what is It will be impossible for Mr. Johnston' 4t
, ,ofathe'city' and suggested improvement by the bulkheading, said he op- >ein_>.1ji the ranches of Osceola to interview every individual but he
along several lines. Mr. Stan nosed the movement up to this time aad at the same time ia a measure opening. .p opportunities for laborto toward. railing better cattle. asks each and every stock man to'
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;-IOI'd.Jrl'Mtly favored making Kissimmee but that he believed that improvement soldiers sad sailors BOW being .aat.... eat of service, and : Amusing'programs of cow pony consider himself on a committee,to> ,, ,'
[i more attractive tourists along would bring about. other measures WHEREAS, this Cornell hat ben, elected: by the people of KIn race*'will be arranged and ass a climax' make this stock show the best locate: a
the good roads, route. He spoke of long needed here For instance, simmee of maintaining sad. preootiag its interests at all to the event,-Thursday noon, Osceola'county event of Its kind ever held anywhere.; s '+
:the need of a system of locks and canals the regulating the railroad traffic in loathe porposa and the citizens of Kii-: Mr: Johnston has ',the; ras.urance: .
to keep the water in. Lake Toho- order to prevent the stoppage of. times, and a.large number of oar cirizeas and. taxpayers have expressed slmmeewili keep "open house" at the that the following parties ,will ''send
'..lip at a desirable level and trains on the crossing' for an un- themselves. as being ia favor .f balkaeadSaf the lake front wkhla the fair ' first\ last and always tie favored the limited time.' Mr. ,Willson has believed city Baths, aew'THEREFORE friend. .with. a good old-timebarbe- Robert.Brnns. of, Brans Point, Hol- '
bulkheading of the lake shore from for some time' that Kissimmee eue.\"' E.erythlng is free, the publics stein
.f' the Sugar Belt Railroad south to the would be greatly benefited .by openingup BE IT.,RESOLVED, that the Council of the City,of invited and is expected to assemble New Eden PlantationGrade ShortHorn
;) city: limits, j the streets leading to/ the lakeshore 'ki --" do go upon record as Ib_. the bnlkheadiag of said lake at 'the grounds' ';on these dates and ,. '
The discussion on the bulkhead project and enforcing the city.ordinan., !-r frost aad.the ttag ia of same, pnrsuaat to the laws feveradag such, telA make each event an unprecedented ,C,arson Cattle Company-Grade-'
,r became general and several plans,ces requiring the, trains.to block the I ;; operatie s by atoaidpaities,. prmidianutae be .... and the 'a. success. .' ,. Angus and Brahma.
,of procedure.were .suggested. V:Mr.streetsonty a limited tlms.7TMr.:JBsW-' : Pat'Johnston, second vicepresidentof I.: M ,Lanier-Shorthorn. .
JOE be feasible sad the of .... be ia ..
-aacisu cost apportioned
i,. Pat Johnston stated that old ,-estimate 'son said he.was willing to come out | same ,the Florida State Live Stock Association EdgewaterF'armss.Shorthorng 'and
s of the cost of bulkheading I l .>. -* <>::-> W.U''<. -"f VI I : esjaitahle saaaeer ups these. directly Waefitiag therefrosa, the city' and other stock men 'of this r -

r,. .would be__little______guide____to_ the present- I'I' (,Continued- On. Page.Eigbt.) I : 'potties being paid for fly' ,theCty.thspugh: ; the issaaace of beads eriotest.r i section/;_together with the county fair, I(Continued on_Page._ Eight) ,'Irl
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it :STEEO'.SECUR LLEASES L FORi ; ::.,most" BE advisable.IT FURTHER. RESOLVED\ ,. tfctf-, a-eesamUtee*- from the Council ,(; F. BASS CHi AND PAT .

J appointed to i immediately ascertain t what the cost of sack would beat . ;

this time,. la accordance with ... el the plans new owned by tike

ii E .city, aad,report as h tike feasibiity.ef-haviag said work done ia the '

CITY PAflCNORSTATION.For t7rM glut : very tsar f...... ? f *.re'( ;"* ,F._H.. LAWSON.. ::: :JOHN: TON'IID'' Iml COM.


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: several years Kissimmee ,has still he' gave ground fro the belief ''I.Th.. Board, of County strong bid for a road connecting his V
dreamed of, having a. city park centrally that he will renew.ills generous' offerwhen ers', met Monday Jto Commission-I; property ,with the road past the can..
t+ -located where the winter visitors .tHe work is actually process business:aa came before Ding factory. He stated that: ,the 1
and the home people .as well : The. less just secured rives the city clear the'' way for the new Board...All I present r4ad is so bad tta&tI.. grandchildren -' ,
,ff'onM assemble. and enjoy to the.-full authority''. to take..possession' the.. COMMJ.lrmif; DFEADIESWHOWILL : members-were) ,present: ;with.. .the.clerk: .could not go to school on.suv* r w.
""Florida's wonderful sunshine" and land and Ho beautify and use'it, ass ; and attorney i *;*.
,: flowers On more than one occasion park for an indefinite period, of time :1U, M.'Whidden appeared and made (Continued, on Page'Three.) N
efforts have been made to gain possession with the understanding that any of application/ >for the poet of Cattle. Dip '/
I of small tracts that would answer the parties concerned may break the ENTERTAIN VISITORS 'Inspector-for the country.below Whit- WATERS.ft: CARSON STORE frnr
.: the purpose, but such efforts agreement on sixty days notice. tie? 'He also reported that the marlro4 BROKEN INTO TUESDAY'
',( failed. The plot is approximately 300x100 !'bfttwjwj' Whittier and Kenans'vilte
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The site that recommends itself feet. From its location.' adjoining. thepne..neer 'was vwy much worn and in need
'I. most highly for such park is the va-i depot, it is seen, by every of immediate repair. The Waters A Carson' .Wholesale
cant lot between the Manhattan hotel traveler who visits this city or even The City of Kissimmee will be gay with moving pictures'i ;in, the"eveNi.a Ezra; Stewart of the. Shaker Colony Grocery""Store..was broken ',Into-last
and the Atlantic Coast Line passes through. At.'present it is anunpempt next week when the State Live Stock at 815. .* called the attention of the Boardto Tuesday night and the>cash register
i depot, but the con cent of all passenger par vacant lot, but if Mr. Steed'sgood Association meets here in their an- Mrs. S. II. Bullock'and'Mrs:, it, C. : \the fact: that three sections of land robbed. of about a dollar In"trickles
ties concerned to lease the land to the work is followed It-will soon nual convention for it is expectedthat Stanford who were placed In full Mloagiog-- ta the Shaker Colony hadeen and dimes,. that: wast loft to make
city could not be obtained. become a beautiful spot laid out with' fully four hundred;official delegates charge of this feature. of. the convention '> left off the assessment; books for change, for' early morning customerv.
;' Klsslmmee'Smost flowers and shrubs and blooming! will be present and many of have: planned .this delightful 1917 and a double tax had been laid The. burglar made 'his entrance
l W. J. Steed, one of plants. There wilt be seats 'where to, them will be accompanied by their program, and have appointed the following them for 1918. H. had through one of the front doors.>
t on no obJection
1. promising: young attorneys obstacles succeeded rest upon and perhaps' a'lonntain. .It I wives and sisters. It is the intentionof committees, to assist them 'incarrying to this, but he did ark for a ...-. It seems evident from the fact that
r in overcoming-! all would be a eorwtallt.'. lea'areto everyone the local'stockmen to feature the out the event; > bate the that. the. nothing was touched except the small
this week -and secured a lease from .who i passes. b#. and"the\ highest social side of the! convention and extend Reception eonm\ittee..t. Chipter. for,1918-on waa higher than the previousyear millage change: in the register, that the i1m .
Mrs. R.'B. Savage the and of Rull Bass recommendation to new'voeemers who-.. ,to them the genial hospitality House-.Miss Donegan I!tire,"t-l.: B. and that the Colony was entitledto tenant was a youngster j though.'no- f
lot and obtainedthe'
the
'I, for use of of were visiting.JCissimmee for thefirst of the sooth.; They are to be made Aultman, Mrs. J: M. Vl'1Uwnr.Krs.-T.: the difference, between\ the two one has'been arrested as.yet..
''i't transfer of the railroad's lease time.. .in welcome in Kissimmee from .the M. Rivera, Mrs. 'F: C'Bryan-XI\ rs.",.D. *. Attorney, Pledger stated'that o
their property which had beel.madet I. moment 'of their arrival to that >of G. Wagner and MrW, L. Winn., years.
if the figures\ ) submitted
were showing
the Chamber of Commerceto
former
to "
their for a .series of varied Auto ride and Country Club teacommittee
departure the difference that the recommendation FINE TROPHY WONBY'OSCEOLA'CATTLE
: the City of Kissimmee. Allied ; : -
social courtesies have been arrang.ed.covering. -Mrs. M. Katz, Mrs. G.-C.
Steed LIVELY CAMPAIGN : coud forwarded to the Comptroilarfor'his 0
with these documents Mr.
the three 'days' of the :con- Livingston'Mrs. W. it Sears.>Mrs.\ 1. brought the park project to the attention W.'Alderman Mrs.
vention. C. Bryan, Mrs. D. ,
IP hall of the mass meeting at the city FOR OFFICES There will' be a reception at the J M. Lee. Mrs. J. S. Cadel, Mrs.E. /;Pat of Johnston,the forthcoming appeared as Live the Stock manager .
''I Monday night. CITY Tucker and
L. Mrs. J. Wade
Hart Memorial building on Tuesday Lesley, Exhibit in conjunction with the meeting
The meeting. heartily endorsed it -
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evening,. January 14, at 8.o'eloc to Miss Inca Carson the Live It has been'' :
r.4.appolnted Mr. SUed Mayor Ca- Lee .with State Stock Asso- known for some time
visitors to the city.Wednesday Dance Committee -Mrs.; D. C. ,
welcome the datton'and: said that the J oard having that the :cattle
and > this
of
committee for section
,del H. C. Stanford a men. e ,
The the election Mrs.. H. :W. Thurman Miss Turville
city afternoon at 2:30 there ,
.,
.' 'agreed to apply the balance/of/ have been but
improving their
.'j', toy present the matter;to the city opened this week with,the announcements will be, an auto: 'Tide about the city Mrs. E. ,E. Wells, Mrs. E. ,L.,,Paver, th...publicity fund for the'fair' the beautiful herds, '
association
); 3/cetraeil/ at the Janu.r7\JDeeting. lovinll"e1Ip'WOD by PatJohn.ton -
of several aspirants for the offices of Interest A Mrs. Wayne-Ward,. Mrs.' H.".C. Piano
other points
and to that this be .
requested at the
,
rTh city council in turn glad) money 1018 state fair at
.' paced of,,mayor and'marshal.For . tea at the country club :will entertainthe and. Mrs. Burrows.. the ..
used to current of Jacksonville for
t"eepted the proffered lease and pay expenses showing; the best- '
Committee Mrs.:' J, M. v
the preserit incumbent and the day Boat Ride ;
mayor at <4<
visitors m..
p.
in the Live Stock Exhibit and not be exxpendedirb Florida herd of'AberdeenAngus t
the
cthe matter hands of the street grown
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his into the Mrs.' T,
J. W. Best.
Mrs.
S. castor G.
McPhatter.
Cadel shys will close with a' dance at the Gray-
of the Is :
debts
-committee that and paying any a recognition of this
is A S. Reed up development
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4N ring, and W. J. Steed announces that at 8:30 in the J.' Burckhalter, Mrs., Ssnderson. Mrs.
... George M. Taylor ,with the understanding stone hotel, beginning . > the fair The matter was that is well worth working for.'
he will conclusions with him. A. M. Frain and Mrs.PietuursaShow ,
Dunont. Mrs.
try .
that evening.r put off to be considered by the new This handsome ...
.. they confer with the the ., ; trophy given
Besides Geo. W. Overetreet, On Thursday afternoon at 2:30.: a P. board. the j
by Consolidated .Land
committee named at'the meetIng Companyend
mass Committee.-Mrti .
and'collector M. J"
J.
present marshal launch ride on Lake Tohopekaligawill clerk read letter from Hiram
and obtain data on' 'just what 'PortedMiss The a bears this I inscription i "Florida
\\1 should be done in the Woodall and Howell Bass are making give pleasing: variety to the D. Woodbeck. Miss Marion.. .. flat tt..of Brevard county in which he State Fair; and Exposition. Jackson..
PIano Miss
H. C.
bids for that position. visitors will be Turville. Mrs. ,
estimated and the
amusement stated that Osceola and Brevard :1918. Consolidated
fying the park and the cost. were villa : Land Com
i 'They will then report hick to the There councilmen are as yet four no of announcementsfor whom to entertained. ______at_ the Casino TheaterCITY _- Quids. Malloy and -Mrs. G..;,WPersons.'Jr' .. mutually*interested in six vats in the pany, trophy best herd of Aberdeen-
,, are .u - -- - - eastern endv of the'county ..and that Florida "
council for further instructions. i Angus, Owned. The silver!
,_ As soon as the park proposition be elected this,the year, or .for 'clerk fora ortrea.urer I COUNCIL FORBUIKHEADING SCHOOLS TO MAKE Jrevard .county was /twilling to ;pay I cup t.. old. lined,and mounted with, 6
I was in the hands of the city and there but of'candidates prospects and are tblayear" half, of the expense and set aside three stag boras, which serves ..*' ..
was no longer any doubt of its ultimate fu41 crop '. (85.00( per' month towards the pay handles It is on display in the win.
the
be
.1 success, Mr. Steed recalled the eledlon"promis. hal to had in LAKE UP THE lOST TIME ment of.three inspectors. M. ,W. Simmons I dow.,of. the Central Drug Store, together r
't 1':; offer made' by Mr.' :Harry Hunter liveliest one Kissimmee, ,.Shiver vat; C. A. Carson. Jr. ,with,red and blue ribbons won .
J: some time ago when he proposed to some time. '--:"-< : '( South end; 1 Charles. Donegan, Center; by Mr. Johnston and by: the EdgewaterFarms -*.. #
,,, ,add $100 to a fund ,to 'beautify this The City Fathers ,went on record The regular meeting of th.,County also that E..It. Bass wag ready to begin ,! Company on their.stock,at'.
11. lot. Mr. Steed motored out to the Dr. and",, Mrs. Uar man, and son, Tuesday at their regular January Board of Public Instruction was held\ the }work of building the vats asWWits the fair.
country club to interview Mr. Hunter Lamartine. of Commerce Ga., who meeting ... favoring civic ,improvements at the office of SuperintendentYowell: the matter was approved by aswell'f. f
l' on the subject and ascertain if the arrived Friday for a few days visit at in, 'general for the year 1919. Monday, when the board organized .be' Osceola'Board. On being put to
1 i sum would still be forthcoming. While the E. D. Malloy home,, left Tuesdayfor and expressed a desire to "go over the for the new term. Riley' Godwin; of motion the matter passed unanimously the prizes to know that Osceola stock: _
:& Mr. Hunter seemed to think his offer Tampa, to continue their tour of top" with the proposed bulkheading St. Cloud, who succeeded.'J. 'H.-'Bats- .- i _. can"be favorably'shown with that of
f P' had been outlawed,by the time limit Florida. proposition as soon as feasible plans den of Whittier took his seat; and C. ._F. Heale Appeared and put in a other ranges. i'

1J could be made and reasonable estimates W. Bass was.. again'elected chairman, Station -. -wwww. _ _ . . . .- .' . . - . . . . - . & &
l of the cost be obtained. W. R anier from,Campbell. .?, ,.. ,
attendance. "< .j. "
also in
So' strongly were they in favor or was l'
r reclaiming the lake front and transforming -, The regul.r' bu.ln..,routine .occupied yt '
Bulkhead the Lake' and'Make it into beautiful/ building lots .the attention. of the board during Bulkheading 'the. ,Lake Front ,,
:> that Chairman Lawson introduced a I this session, and among. other measures
resolution to that effect at the council I it was decided to continue the
\ a'' Town.- \ rt'J".','" the C01UIty'l1I the ,,spring Seems An Absolute
:, ,Tourist ej '..\v'.\. "1 1.('!,t\..tc meeting vote., and it. was'passed" .,. by" unanimous until school the of full term expires., It will be- rrr. , ; .,' .

( + ? remembered that many ftf.the schools f... "
W.Carson Taylor
W. George
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( : .. in lotMi. I eUtlea.were ,Certainty .
: here as well (
r. \ and .A.; S. Reed were pointed a i .q\ .< r,
'it. .... '. committee with the bulkhead closed for tome time on'lof account, .
Center Ohio.' : 7th '1919.; to.meet : .
Liberty -Jan : committee named by the mass meeting influents. This time is to be made L\ f. ,q.; .. . .
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Ji -T: lYalleyGaxetts'Bulkhead, thel.ke..nd: you will-make KiisinHf. and secure the necessary data.,be up. in. the, spring., '' ,. 0/1 I ,', '' ;
,; '. rktnee:: 'a"touri.t town.fkTKis seems certain to me ''at-this distance:, To fi'" new a timste;Of-'cost:of (construction, I : -[ : "' ): ,' : , ':' ,2'

't ..2 grists,seek.atUsctioiu..:;, .Bulkhead thetl.lta( and. keep the ''surrounding*}; etc.. and report'back tarthe'oouneiL. I :JJrs. C. L, tiystt-*in&: twes SonspenttbehoMdays4wtth"her '. With the. ..nness=aM.ud"t. ,,, .. i t
plant J.* JtaeDonoufb''submitted"aplat" 0 mother, :'liecity counts tasaaamensyd'enthusiasticafya! -ie ord' "faVblr'-'
!:.'b atufied and ;yoa.mab. Kiisiietnee famous. ,I am'not: speakinr> ;
I
-M wholly.from 'a IeDti l ental VIew.01: Jam':'materially,interested fm "" '- or'fled blue'print which.of:rat Kissimmeels'uetepteabyhi'codaciL1Ig.map aviation !rgtngeri lirs.Pri:1It r.,their.aM.henne.ln sister.: Mrai.'J. e1and.boae.PrlcSat. Bnts, .1 .c*;:bul:lUieadinc4hsjIasrront.. there seems.to-be.ao-pos sibilkyiof1.. ;
,ti .:< + simmeVand ylClnlty*,"cBv'Oull'.,expert V, receive vrauch more; miti is:' n'estt tthe'board .returning, : .< V'' ', ' 1 failure.,, Thematter'oow) is'mereh/.si.questiosi'of.ways ana.>sneiuu ;..; :. wr
i > '..benftnt.thaa my.shsnrpftbe( cost,.'. Do'00\\. ,.,.afraj ic.9lWt.eptrpd.( of'engineers that maps'out ... AI .IlL v ". sad.the Gazette.has sufficient'confidence in..the officials_aid.busiaeas j :
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; +Everyone.vitally! concerned will 1 be doubly.'repaid. . the gnvttumefsta'Ir: ""routwr In" estab. e ipmeiitt.*toe'question.: :** "refer*. y' linea of our city to belies that they are big enough and public spirited. '
: ,, lishing'cross"country'flights., red to,the. water and-light[emmittsi: 'i LAouh,to work oufibo.problere. .".fTb* timgo.trib'pf,while.the iron"'
k '!* watW iIy. ( volunteer'firedepartment j made with power'to act.'.,It is not known at .., i Jf'\if\'L. f f M.
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v .. 'I their'snnual report and,,respectfully this. time what. step.will etabn.taken '": .Is ,it'd ,4.f-;t ; ": !' # t'r "t' /

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..TWO '_ __ r IW KISSnOKE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY JANUARY 10._Itlt.I .
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," ''the English channel. When we left our hard lack wait In the latter part ,would stop'you and ask what the red
New York we went nearly directly.aoatheall't of October we received orders to start I'eat meant and in London( they took naI
,' until we learned a submarine toward the front to move' on ito I be some( kind of colonial ,troops because . ..10)
r' was playing havoc off the Virgin her 10th., llth and 12th. NOVem-j!I of our insignia. Being the first
ia coast, and this was when we did wanted to get up and take 'American troops the people of England .
'some.turning and went ,nearly: north,the fighting but the Germans must had ever Men wearing an tnstg- ..
until even' with'sweaters and-F aver. ''have heard we' were coming and ,nia, they didn't know,what ..to make of .;:
t: Citrus Fruits Sell For What They Are Worth, coats on it was cold-we must have threw' down their arms. However( .1 It We received all kinds of writeupe ;
been somewhere directly off the New we came on to the place where we i in both the London and New York .,
England coast. In view of the fact I started and where ,'we were supposed papers and every one of the article
Good Prices Assured Wider of Uses : ,, that we did all this it took us six and to be issued a few things necessary mentioned that we were one of the
Range
by one-half days to cross the Atiantie'l before taking our place in the best troops( that had passed through "
so you can see what kind front line, and are still here, but New ,York and London. I had one
we were on. During the entire voyage -, think we will move again before I especially good writeup I was going
we were required to wear life long. Now that we are settled in to mail .you but I left it in my desk \
I-}t Last week we referred{ to the assurance of continued good prices for belts, just think, even had to sleep a very nice little town, I surely' hateto I and some one took it and I presume

grapefruit and given by the publics growing acquaintance. with their with them on. You can Imagine how move again for there is .no telling sent it to their folks.( It was certainly ,
; oranges comfortable it was sleeping with a what kind of billets we will draw a dandy one'and I wanted ,to send a ,1
value at food and, 'usefulness in maintaining health. stiff' cork life preserver on,' but any. and I don't crave barns and the like.I it to you so bad. but some crook .011
t I ; how made ,it out in kind of needed than I did.
I we some am perfectily satisfied to remain thought he It worse i
.j , The situation a, it exists and the degree to, which the. recent influenza fashion. The entire crew and every, where 'I am until Uncle Sam gets tnrr 'Seven. .:

. I : : I epidemic helped to bring home to the public the great benefits derived from' (thing food didn't was English go withme and their at all.kind for of it I ready States.to transport( us back to the (Continued. On Page ) I

Ill I:v.,'I!:'. : ,,i:, ..4-!" ,; eating citrus fruits is.aptly, stated in an editorial by the California';' Citrograph, was the worst stuff I have ever eatenin I don't know whether or not you I
"'"'... / ., i I my life. I don't see how one could ever noticed in the papers where :.
ae follows
'1f" : reading : THEOverland r
:
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work on the vessel all the time'andget some of the American troops were ,
along on such rations but as soon called the "Wildcats is the
This ,
"In the columns of press.' ,comment. on the scarcity and high prices of prj' as we hit this side and got under Uncle name attached to'our division the Garageis

I ,t'' angel and lemons one fact importance stands'out clearly:.-rPeople have Sam's care we 'were all O. K. 81st.. We all wear wildcats on our
\ We landed in Liverpool the morn sleeve the red cats, now under new management
artillery wearing
.. . : to realize that citrus fruits are healthful and no,longer mere luxuries.
< come
ing of August 12th and remained out the infantry blue ones and the others All work on all makes of cars and "
'. in the harbor until about three O'clock colors corresponding to their branchof
4''' 'During the epidemic of i influenza oranges and lemons almost l- marine work done 'Frank
t' recent were when we berthed. General Moses the service. Quite a few of us ; promptly.

::":,::< ill'-: ,: ,' a necessity. Doctors throughout. the country were prescribing them for' the ship immediately as it docked have a wildcat also sewed on our,raps J. Jones i i. in charge of. the repair. 1
.
..,',.;" ,.., ,..J", land took three enlisted men with him, and believe me they look fine. This
} '"
f.'; t b::.\ '. ,'',' ,,> ., their patients The unu.ualdemand which-this created, 'coupled with the I" one as his clerk (I was the lucky one is the first troops that I have heard of department., ,

'a ':;.", \ shortage of supplies forced prices to unheard-of levels. 'to draw this) and two ns his order- that were allowed to wear-any distinctive .1
.; "" ;lies. We were On our way to Londonby insignia and I consider it l f H. TYNER Mgr.
" '. "If doctor said would help bring sister or son back to health. four o'clock, which was still 'August ouit an honor to be a "wildcat. In ,
oranges ,
12th. I was )in London until the New York,'for we were wearing them )
# , t then they were worth $$1.50, dozen or more. Citrus fruits jumped from semi- afternoon of Thuradav. August 15th then, nearly every one you would see ::1

luxuries. necessities and the cost became a small consideration.f ."- ". when we took a train and went to -- .!,.I.
i : ? i Southampton. England, where we 40 0000oo ooooo 0 o .

i 7: Now that people understand that both grapefruit and oranges are both : about boarded the another middle transport.of the afternoon.We This was.

t, .,.. food and medicine their production becomes a much more stable proposition, I went to the mouth of the net usedto Cone .Over the. Too '
\ the submarines out and did
.' ; with: good price in reach of every grower: who raises good fruit and markets' not keep leave there until it got dark and .
} '
,, "J: ',,;'." it right. This is the time to plant more citrus trees. !then believe me we did some running\ ,
"J' until we reached the French coast, '
' The Chemical Indoor Closet
I'. ,t1'dy" 11'(1 Waterbury I'
t 1"1'. ;' which was reached about two oVlock
'
; .,' The Buckey catalogue I tells what I how and when to 1 I II
\
: :J\ iJ.'r: ,::1, .. ,the morning of the 16th. We remain. _;,
'! ' 1 and .cultural directions in the harbor until about noon. -FOR
I .t; \.: \ ,iif" plant gives marketing sug- '> .f.", cut ..
.S \,/ Jv j" ,. '\1 I'\,:..',( '1'1/1/' '' "' *", gestions etc. Send for free copy. :':''.' ./ (After several debarking miles to a there rest, we camp were, and hiked believe EFFICIENCY ECONOMY''' COMFORTH.

,'. : I'," ,:,,',j,: !..,"'1\\ ," .' :'\i. ., me. our packs weighing in the '
,
,; ? I "." ," ,' .'. EDMUND SWABEY, Agent
:II' I, I\I\ I ,, I" '' neighborhood of seventy pounds sure
:f'J.: ::\ : /,. Buckeye Nurseries did bear down on a fellow but I believe Box 625 KISSIMMEE, FLA.
.l'' .' ,\ I could have 'carried a hundred
ti ,I M. E. GILLETT D. c. GILLETT I pounds, knowing where I was headed tOO oooouo"e.* "0" "< O "00000 0 O O.HOOO.OO 0000000.0009000... .,
I.... I I for and what was to be before me.
. 1134 Citizens Bank Building Tampa, Florida It was at this rest camp that I met \
Sam Prather and the Cobb boy. This 1
e was at L* Harve France, a port well
up in the northern t>art of France. ''
., Represented, by We stayed there until Sunday morn .
'. ,, ; i
ing August 18th. When we got readyto
, : ..," ',. '. ;; W. H. BROKAW entrain there most of the boys
:, ..1ni. k)'*': .. were in French passenger cars, but Will Sell Shoes
y :' '" Watkins Block Orlando, Fla., 1 there was a few of us left over end it
fell to our luck to draw a box car.
> Naturally the fellows)) thought the
,, had it on us when they saw the old .
t box ear roll)) up, but later in the trip I "
( .. when they saw us stretched out on Only For Cash '
'.i'4o ,
the floor getting a little sleep and
their little compartments so crowded .
-. that sleep was aflmost out df the

I mitted to go there on official business. question, we had the laugh on them.

LLETrERS FROM uitSOLDlER1AND] SAILOR BOYS I They tell me it i i. a typical American We were on the train until Tuesday This ito notify my friends; and customers that after this date a
sometimes hooked to a
city and if it ia, I sure would like to night on passenger I
llee.it. for most of the French.townsI train but mostly we were pull no shoe will, be charged .to any one under any circumstances.The .
ed by a freight and it was sure come
LETTER FROM 'LACY JOHNSON. it will be good the have ,seen look like they were built '
suppose as as one fast boat. On this trip we feasted 11
France November 24. 1918. you will have at home. Just think of during couldn't the see'very"Dark well Age.what/ when they were they on pork and beans and tomatoes, andl I government ha fixed the price of SHOES for all grade, or- IJ
Dear Papa, Mama and Lois II me when'you sit down to the table when I that I still hate the sightof '
: doing.' They have the cf say and the will be small
profit too them I
I am going to make this my Christ and how much I would enjoy being being deserted on the appearance outside but beans, I know you won't blame me. now to permit telling on charge
mss letter home because it will no there with you. However. I will be We reached Camp du Valdahon about account ".
: once get inside it Isn't so bad.
you
+' doubt reach you about Xmas day. I making the best out of circumstances eight o'clock the night of August 20th
The French people (the better class)
sure wish I could b* there and help I and.will have a good dinner even if I and the first night we billeted in a \
:you enjoy the times, I u 'are have to go( out and buy it. You can are something very neat and to Improve always are the workingon interiorof barn, and I can tell you that I didn't Our Stock however will be kept fully up to the usual standard r
boundto have also enjoy bet I would' enjoy my dinner if I do much sleeping for hearing rats 4t.
and to that ''
good Christmas dinner. It/ would ''could eat It ont on the Atlantic head- old their towns homes.wind The about streets Juct like in those the running all around the floor and hors .and.we. .will'continue'.to'handle. )' :', a full line of the best quality Shoe .
led .ii, 'i1"lIt "
"
for America. "
sure go rood to. be at home, eating I trail left by a snake and look very es' and cows moving about didn't go Men/.Women,and Children, and solicit your Continued patronage.; ':'\
candy and nuts.. I wonder whether I Today the censorship is in part funny to an American who is used to worth a hurrah. This camp was the
n; or not Clarence or Sheldon will get'lifted and we are, permitted to toll straight ones and things lined Department of Doubs only about 13 '. '
up
home for the holidays. ,, Of 'course,'|where we are stationed, what we have some kind of order: You will be I miles ;from the Swiss border, but I
y' everyone in the service is going to done in the past and what we may do walking along a sidewalk when you was not lucky enough to go .
try to f mma big day and' in the future\ as long as' we stick to will suddenly have to step out in the I close up to the border and catch a H. C. STANFORD CO.
th going (I
I
.t some to: be disappointed the truth. You will see by the head- street to avoid running into a house I view of the Alps. The next day the
k but | hope it wont be either ing of this letter where I am locatedat built out over the sidewalk. It reminds 'office force moved into the main camp .
one of my brothers. As for me I will present. Look on the map ofFrance me of the.old street at St. Augustine I and from then on until we moved pn
doubt eat Christmas dinner about the North-Central November 12th and in good
no my part which ,was built by the first we were
"Somewhere in France" and I don't and find the Department of Haute Spaniards that settled in America.We barracks with cots and mattresses.We .
Marne (which corresponds to one of left Camp Jackson the afternoon -" were in Camp du Valdahon t
I No Worms a Healthy Child I our states) and in the lower part of nearly three months undergoing intensive .
of the 26tH of July>which was .. .. j joo
All children troubled. with warms hew an u-' the Department you will find whereI on Friday, and reached New York the training and waiting for our -- n
hMhhy eotac.which Indicate poor blood,and at a am located. It is just southwest of equipment to arrive. During this' oooo ooooo ooOOOOOt..OOttOO'.OOOt..too0060000.
. ..... morning of the 28th. Sunday. There
rule tfc r U or l u nomadi dlMvtMDO.1 Chaumont most of
the place where time quarantined
the American were
we
GROVE'S TASTELESS: eh 111 TONIC gives regularly we had to unload our train on to a
for two.. three weeks will enrich: the blood. 1mpror forces have had their main headquarters ferry, which took us up the river the time on account of Spanish influ .#.
(. .the dlSMloo.and act a.a toner!Stranfth- during the war. I haven't right through the main part of New enza, which played havoc with some
eIIIq TaeIc to th.wbol.,MaIL Mature' will then had a chance to go over yet and hard York City under the Brooklyn Bridge, of our troops. However before we
throw.*ar dbpcl lh.worm,and tb.Child will IM think died out. Of
ly I will before we leave our left there it had about
Manhattan several otherof
... Bridge and
,
U .
: perfect .1. P..t 10 tak. gar per boUle. it forI
present station, an men ore only per- the large bridges. We also got a course I didn'twrite you r.bout R.S.FLOYDGroceries '
good view of the city while on the didn't want to worry you and under .i
.O'OOOOOO'.OOOOOOOt.0000000000000900 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOI Ferry. When we reached the Long the old censorship- rules and regulations .

Island side of the river, we had to( unload I doubt if it would have gone f
through. You see under the circumstances -

: Our Boys Have "Cleaned them all quite.a our supplies distance again and and put carry them I didn't get while to seer at hardly, / J

Up" on another train ,and 'believe me I any of the country out camp side
tired when finished this and in fact hardly ever got
was sure we
job. We then took a few hours' ride ,of it. There was a city close by .
(Bescancon), which I wanted to seethe and 1
The
Kaiser, The Hun, and Camp through Mills Long, where Island we and received detrained( some at worst kind but ,as soon as they

'" more equipment. We were there ei&"htdays started letting the men go in, I hod .p!
been promoted and bad to stick arourd -,
before boarded the
we transportthe
German ,and holding things During the entire
Autocracy afternoon of August/ 6th at Hoboken
didn't have the chanceto -
time there I Fresh Meats :
N. J., which is just across the .
French people.
river from New York City. You don't speak to any.of.the co ,
[ You see it was an American camp and
.. know what kind of a'teelil ar I had as
.r.rrrarr. there.
the whistle on the transport blew and no one. -Americans'were-
> we started out toward the ocean on A. you know the Allies 'and Ger
> A Wonderful: Achievement our voyage to-where things were then mans signed the armistice on the llth !

.of November. What do you think
happening.- couldn't begin to tell 1//
you how I felt as we went up the river Phone 176 302
past all the big buildings, the HOW DOCTORS 'TREAT Broadway t
Statue of and finally out of i > /
Let us now "clean up" at home at once sight/ of all land We were entirely 1 Y .
by'cunelf with the exception of one COLDS AND GRIPPEAsk 1 i >. ,
all our'business affairs.'We destroyer which 'remained with us ,- I

until the following afternoon and physician or druggist and 444 4444 44 44 444444 44444f4 f444 44444 4
444 +
are asking all our customers to "clean up" in from then until we,were two days off he will tell you that the best and only

full all accounb that they owe as betwesn bow the English ceast we were absolutely effective remedy for a bad -cold. sore
without any kind of an scort. You throat la grippe is what he
and the close of or
the
year 1918, that Is, during see we were on board the English calls "a brisk calomel purge' ,which MANHATTAN HOTEL

the next suc vneeks.' Be sure. to give ,this your liner "AquiUmis," thf'..cOnd largest .means a big- dose of calomel at bed A. E. DROUGHT
personalYtteath boat afloat being surpassed ,by the time. But as, the old style calomel Now Open for the WinterSeason..
n former German liner "Vaterland," .
I has some very unpleasant and dan. 115 Broadway
and'.. we mad between thirty and gerons'qualities physicians and druggists / .
: If" you cannot raise"the money we will thirty-nvef miles an hour w, were safe are now recommending the improved A Family Hotel with all the Com.ferts '.
from ,the submarine .danger. ,Of nawsealess calomel, called Real Estate and Insurance

accept Liberty,Bonds and War course\-..... kept ''UP ,* Big-sagged ba"'Wch' -is purified ,and.r.- :of Homes. t \
.
course all'the way across) the Atlantic fined from the sickening.and danger REPRESENTS
I Saying Stamps in' payment because it wouldn't,have been a wise one effects and >whose t medicinal virtues RATES .62.50 PER PATSpecial The none. '
'
Insurance
,
: : '( policy to plow straight ahead. _'for are ,vatstly.tmps.ved.'OneCalotab .. ,- Co. of New
t1dur'nc :ouint: their.....would havebeena fair target -j York the
w. :. : ,..,;the'tongue at bedtime by therWeek.MKS. National Tire.IasmraiKe
for ,, off the English '
rare.s Twodays i with awa1lew> -.water.-that's
:PIEAyE'1SbN1': BE A SLACKER: coast-we were met.by,five destroyers, all.: 'No salts-a ->ite nausea nor the Co. of Hartford,' The SUM, sad

'. J' ., . which took up positions,two.Oft..each slightest interference with'your' ,?diet! ( .R. B.rSAVAG1'Prop-; \ : many other reliable, companies., '
aide'-eDCI..... otr. in.front about,two .
Yottrs respectfully> v pieaa....i or work.- Next, merninff .
t. v mites, and these' remained with us unto your-40ld: ha*.....Iahed...adyonr.0n4, '- .. . . .. .
r ' weput Into;the harbor'of:.Liver tire,.ystem:isipurHUd and refreshed.Cak .. -- -
'WAffRS& f6Rocmv .
i poo1Innrland.WecamsintoMport; .
CARSON( CO. >tabeareSoldlOBjyj, inv-eriginal
from the .South. ,.running along. the scaled packages: .-price ..thirtyjAv. ;For'' dent-tTws ;tarnished flats, a'n..'* Tasteless ibul Talei..bsns

Irish coast This,-... when we irers cents ,-Your druggist,gueNI1tMa- CaJ,. with modern conveniences. W. B.Harrlrr'Gex.tt.'dflloe vitality aodwMW fey,parifrtM aM w i

" " 'f..jt'." tt O.'O;" ;.." " " " in our gteatept.danger, 'WItb'the' possibt.exception'of tabs krrwfondter' tbf prtos K,ya am ; 'S84f.] ricains Ue ....... "_. woes tol k*Straottlt-' """J '
n. 1 1s t : when'CI'OI"i{ not delighted. T.l f 4 slot,larlsofdM. UM. Rb Ma'' _, ")

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FAIR'AT ORLANDO FLORIDA .- . . ,, ,
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Our readres will find In this number S ., '
Real Estate and Insurance Agency the advertisement of the SubTropical
I Mid-Winter Fair to be told in

Orlando, Fla... commencing Tuesday, CONDENSED STATEMENT; ;t'l" t\
.
''tiIt: We have a''well '.elected Hit of properties for ale, among whichare the eleventh of February and eontiDulne '.. of .the' Condition, of theSXATJE ::
to of the week. '
: Friday same .
attractive Farm Ranches Groves buaineis 1
some Orange
,
very ,
"
Asjs well known, the fair at Or- .,
buildings and dwellings all in Osceola County 'and each proposition BAND OFKISSIMMEE
lando ha. few if any superior anywhere .KISSIMMEE:
listed at its minimum value; some include all necessary farm equip and rank with many abate J FLORIDA <1\, i:.
ment. We also can offer' exceptional bargains in Kissimmee and St. fair in other states. ,
This it is expected will be fullyup AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS'DECEMBER 81ST 1918 t
f' Cloud properties' now owned by non- 'elldent. who are willing to sell year
to the standard a* great
at a sacrifice, thus offering an excellent opportunity to invest a little preparation ASSETS; LIABILITIES ;' .
ahe being: made in every depart- .. :
surplus capital and benefit by the Increase In values which I.i sure .ment of the work. Real, Eatate'F. & F.*.....$ 38,286.54 Capital! ...,,,..., ..........->100,000.00Surplu ' }
to come. Call or write us. / We would advise tourist and our Bill Receivable ,. 617,931.21Overdraft .___.._ "'J,,
.. own people to avail themselves of the "-- -T- _-_.---- 22,500.00
'" E. A. Strout Farm Inc.D. opportunity of a visit to this fair ___....___,..1.. 912.00) Undivided Profit' ..___.. 2,475.56 + 1

Agency, where every known fruit and field Bond' _,?,._._____-___. 26,600.00 Deposits ?,*___.,..,.._.. 6 A563.19 '

O. WAGNER, 'Manager' .. and garden crop possible at this timeof Cash Cash Item-and Due Bills Payable __....._._,. 60,000.00 "

the year will be fully exploited. from Banks-A.;. -.......... 153,816.33 .
Ktasimmee ., .' Florida. ; From an artistic standpoint these City Warrant ...____.... 2,992.64 .
; '
exhibits are'superiOJ' and very artis- ;
.00 00 000.0000 00000000 000, 0'0.0 toU oooo. . to,_ .. .o.o 0 0 00 H tically arranged. "
There will be the biggest poultryand $840,538.75 840,638.78VteePresldent 5

t fancy stock show in these part .
\ and special care is given to every .\ .

f r'APPREClATlVE.LETTERS[ : FROM OUR [READERS thing-is along fully educational expected there lines.It will. be a C. A. CARSON. .. .' President OFFICERS M.:KATZ .- - ,. 'PA:i'1

? great aeroplane meet, and the races '. *
'. 1
E.
, L. LESLEY Vlce-rreaident
are -of the very fine t. J. D, JEFFORDS- a Cashier .,

Among the amusements, there is (I'. tl, -+ ,---.. r
READING THE GAZETTE the quality and -price good of .. .r';
: are
Johnny J. Jones' well known shows Personally
which we are learning.One . appeared Nfore me, a notary public, J, D Jeffords, Cashr (; ,;
HE LONGS FOR FLORIDA man has four and one-half quite the the Souther large aggregation States. traveling ier., who being duly'' sworn, depose. and says the above 'statement I.I true ; .

; -LaFollett Tenn.Mr acre of mangoes, which some fine And list but not least within the to the belt of his knowledge and ,belief. ? ./, V *., j f I; 'C ,', :.

Editor: While sitting by. a wintry morning we will find in our limits of Orange, Seminole, Osceola (SEAL) ALBERTA. HOPSON, Notary*Public. 1)
grate well filled with coal reading the Arcade market with all the other un. Volusia and Lake counties the citizen .' "' My commission expire Jan. 9, 1921. jft 't'
Kissimmee Valley Gazette my mind heard of product. of the Sunny South. are urged to send exhibit and. of eve . t y.\ k..': 'tf 1
goes back to the land of flower and I see you are doing the humane ry' sort. Send for a nremium list if '
thing-the cattle dip meditating bet. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED '
sunshine.In vou have not received one, and. take I
our last letter we said that if ter roads. I suppose Florida folks are active part in the splendid exposition.A. 't'. ; .
the war. should end shortly: we expected ;'like ride Montgomery Countians-all: wantto .1------------, :
; nobody wants-to use the .hov.
to the winter with the
spend good ,el-and then somebody get the bles E. F., and has taken an, active
,. people of Florida and thank God that .
part in the actual fighting from Chateau
And
sing. surely more good things :
r. day ha about arrived. But we are : .. le
to armistice. Captain
Thierry the
will ,
'; develop, as your State Agricultural ,
in Old of the I
yet Tennessee thinking
:' KlnJr.wa. born in St. Cloud when his
., Fair is now on. It would be of
glorious days that we expect to spend -----
interest father W. A. King was in chargeof -
and profit to be able to com
(I with your people in the near future. j all labor for Col. Hamilton Diston, came up Commissioner E. L. DOver-: y
pare the Florida Fair' to the Ohio president of the County Fair Association I
We notice that there 1 I. considerable "
" Fair. What difference. I think I'd for fou yenrs. street moving to dispense with such stated that he wa quite wil... SUFffiR
Ii' . talk of improving your lake front, visit the Horticultural hall first, like- The following clipping' from the service to the county. Upon lookingup ling,that,the money should be appliedon ml&
and have become interested in what .
,. ly, the farm implements next. Times-Union tells the story of his experiences the records however. was found the live stock exhibit and the clerk
your leading business men have to I also hope to hear of one delegateat / : that at the February meeting of 1917, was instructed to borrow 80 per cent
say about it. I endorse what they say I I least from your state attending Friends of, Capt. Andrew Rice King, B. E.. Evans was retained for two of the publicity fund 'pay the news- ..
in every particular with one excep'l the League of Nations for prohibition, Sixteenth infantry. A. E. F.. now in years but as this part of'the record paper's bills, and turn the balanceover '11'' <
lion to-wit: It occurs to me now world wide prohibition conference France and who was formerly travel did not show the original date of his to Mr.:Johnston I
owned property anywhere in Kissim* at Columbus, Ohio. ing passenger agent of the Louisville appointment the board was unable S. J. Entrikin was appointed- to Almost man wlM tell
any you
I would in favor of the improvement
be
mee And then comes thanksgiving, and and Nashville Railroad Company, to fix the date of the expiration take the place of Ed. Wh ley, deceased -
and would consider that while we are giving Drain and thank. with headquarters in Jacksonville, this office. Clerk Overstreet was of as bond trustee for special that Sloan'. Liniment
t. the improvement would enhance the. to the have received a the.opinion that it expired on July 1, relief
let us, not forget the beloved President prior war road and bridge district No. 2. means .
l''" valuation of my property. Woodrow Wilson as he goes cheerful letter from him. mailed in but stated that he would have, to The location of the new cattle dipping
Hence I think that every propertyowner oversea to the Great peace conference France in which he states he is all search the records of a later date in vats was discussed bv Pat John.
in the city ought to be willingto of the world for his safe keep- right but emphasizes that his greatest. order to be sure. The motion was ston. Rilev Godwin Dr. Ward of the For practically every man hat oasdl. r,,
pay his part of the taxation. However inp- need is a !bath.; amended in 'accordance .with this in- Federal Service; and it was finally It who baa suffered Iron rheumatic
," .. you that are on the ground may I I Your fn... world rwrterment. Capt. King entered the second offi formation and the clerk was instructed announced that as 83 vats were already aches, orenes of muscles, stillness of
1 differ with my views, and may con. I MRS. LIZZIE MANNIN cers' training school in Chattanoogain to notify County Agent M. M. Jay- built 27 more would be needed.making joint, the result of weather exposure.
tend that no one Is effected excep Brookiville Ohio. 1917 and went oversea' early in ens, that at the end of his term his sixty in all. The board turned Women, too by; the hundreds of $"
those owning property adjoining the I 1918. He writes that he has been kept service would be no longer needed. the matter over to Ordia Bass, tick thousands, use it for relieving neuritis,
lake. To such I would say that what LIKES TO READ GAZETTE,AND, too busy to engage in extended correspondence The poor farm proposition eradication. Inspector. lame backs, neuralgia sick ""'""he.
I have said is only for interested Parties ,. but he simply wanted to brought up by B. II. Guy, who state Clean,refreshing,soothing economical:
to consider as to what is right IS COMING TO KISSIMMEEPoint say )he was still right: side up thougha that something should be done about MISS LIB LEDBETTER: ENTER. Quickly effective. Say loans Liniau ;
between man and man. make nt' to'Olll' druggist. .Get it today.Sloan's.
bath would surely a new man the care of paupers in Osceola coun
From what I read in had your paper I Plonsant.] W. Va., D ".. SI, 1918. of him. ty; that in some cases the amount of TAINS. {
conclude\ that you have a merry. !I Wtor. Th- Klsilmmee Valley Ga- He adds that he has been activelyengaaed'at the monthly donation allowed indigents -
Xmas and I avail myself of this opportunity since October' 6 Miss Lib Ledbetter entertained
ZeHe Klniimmeo Fla. : the front ,was insufficient to maintain a
to wish ye editor and all Dear Sir; : Will! you kindly Inform and It was a most active front. It was I them in a proper. condition. He ad- .lolly crowd of young people' on Thursday
your readers a happy and prosperous me who Is endlnar me nilarlv ronle hU division that ;forced the crossingof 'vocated the erection of a proper night of last week with an informal -
New Year. Yours faithfully tif you very bright and up to da** the Meuse river. and better still building and the employment of competent party at her home on Church
1 ----Wm. ROACH. weekly ''''DI.'''. I do not know cinnotcws' I it. was his regiment that was the first caretakers for this purpose. street. _The guests divided their attention
OLD who the friend is, so help me to cross. "It was wonderful" he said No action was taken on this matter.{, between making candy: dancing
MRS. MANNING 72 YEARS OP --he hi. nw tha "how our troon! crossed the, river in again about the : and rook games and pronouncedthe {These gentlemen made 'a'thorough I in.vestlgatlon -
' WRITES GAZETTE FROM OHIO I am prettv busy find nlenty ro do the face of rifle and machine gun'fire road K-Heale matter.appeared After some dl. ull8ionCommiuioner' 'evening an unusually: plcUssnt! into, the sanitary condljtions -'
i I5 hours a d."". but I often hike a and how after crossing the stream Overstreet proposedthat one. of Kissimmee in that portion of
Mrs. Lizzie Manning, of BrooksTille. tarn at your little newsy: narjpr,-and and the canal they went up the bald L. R. Those invited were:. Misses Carolyn the city where there is a* yet no sew'
road superintendent.
> Ohio, to whom wes have been I'm ""mlnv down the *- sometime to hill beyond and forced the boche to. Farmer.he and. should view the location of Fripr Lois Overstreet. Gladys Griffin -!''er 1 connection and where sanitary
((4. ending the Gazette on the Commissioners see the lively town of Kiseim'.e. retire." road and see what couldbe Mattie Belle and. Lillian Harris, closets have been constructed. Dr.
'. List, for the past three Wa in ;Tampa a month some years The crossing-of the Meuse, accord- the done proposed about' the matter but he stated Grace and Ethel; Gilbert, Zeuliem Bryan in a talk to the city council
months, and who writes that she la ago with some friends there. ing to official reports, wall one of the that the existing road fund was Cleckley; Claribel McGhee Jeanette,, Tuesday night stated that the work
72 years old, makes the following interesting Y"'irs very t.""'1". most daring and intrepid actions that take of the work on Prevatt. Alpha Westfall and Doothy had been done in a most unsatisfactory -
comparison between Florida E..,A. BURNSIDE. was performed during the war. The only able to care roads. Wells; Messrs. Bert Well., Dick Bul manner and not according to the
without- making new
';" : ,\ and Ohoi: i *ji American troops went across withouta hand lock, Burton Ames. Gerald Rivers standards set up by the state laws. '
,\ (. CAPT. ANPREW'RICE' KINO:! halt and continued in their wet and Attorney Pat Johnston, who had Roscoe: Roberson. Ama. Akerman Most of those closets' have been>> built
.,,, '" Brooksville Ohio 1918.Editor' bedraggled condition right to the lines been looking up the poor farm matter Walter Bass, C. H. Summer, Prator ,too shallow, Dr, Bryan said and did
.. '' Kissimmee Valley!, Gazette:.- FORMER OSCEOLA'CITIZENAmong ..f the Huns many of them falling before stated that the law provided that Gilbert Buel Chenoweth Frank 'Bry' not conform to the necessary. specifl1 -
Through somebody's kindness in the bullets ofv\the enemy while in children should take care of their parents an and. Sheldon Johnson. :1]1 I cations. He said there were from 200
t the former Osceola county and in his (opinion, .the law these closet. and
Florida I am receiving your weekly mistream. .to 250 of suggested
citizen
. Valley Gazette and I'll take this(the war who I 111I Cauttln have won distinction 'in \v. ..&. King had one son in the na- should be enforced: FOR GORDON BUTTORFF. .J 1(I that the cheapest. way to have .them '
method of and Andrew RIM detailed the labor office The surety bond of R. G. Reynolds built would be contract.
expressing my thanks King! who is now in'Fmne. wUfc >' w, in census andapproved. The home of""Mr. and Mr. PorterC. by
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full appreciation. I Washington..,! D. C.. and one daughterIn a. county engineer, was presented Buttorff was the scene of a merry 1 j Dr. Bryan Informed the council that .
There I la a difference in reading the --- -- the ifeorg'a draft office, and mum gathering Friday night in honor of the: condition of the negro section of

, dailies of Montgomery Co.. Dayton, CHILDREN NO EXCEPTIONIn surely feel that he hoe done his full Dr. J. R. McCarthy, of Shingle their son, Gordon who left this week Kissimmee was especially bad and tl
I\, O.. and the great Miami valley and part toward winning the war. I Creek: was appointed county physi- for the Indiana State University. The the negro school where 200 children
I still\ the difference is not so great to affair was quite informal the guests Were in attendance was a' menace to it
r the Kissimmee Valley Gazette. Kissimmee as Elsewhere Youth COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEET cian.A resolution wall addpted to 'the amusing themselves with dancing the health of the city. .- ,
\v- We have our Red Cross work and and Age Suffer< Alike From Kidney effect that the St. Cloud Tribune be numbers or gathered around the I I' The council turned the matter over
i Y. M. C. A. We celebrated our pro- Weakness.Is . IN REGULAR MONTHLY SESSION authorized to print the delinquent tax grate conversing and toasting marsh- to the street committee .with power
hibition victory just a few days ear. I list in the year 1919 and that all mallows. I i Ito act and on recommendation of Dr.
Her than your victory in Florida. your child weak frail and pale ? (Continued from Page One) other county printing ordered by 'the Refreshments of sandwiches and Bryan they instructed the cltv clerk: ,
4V Shall I say Halleujah It's from the No control over the kidneys' action count of the -water; that he had dug Commissioners be printed or published hot chocolate concluded. the' evening, to confer with State Sanitary Engineer
i I. Great Lakes to the Gulf.. Kidney weakness is a serious thing-. ditches in various places but could by1' the Kissimmee Valley Gazette.Mr. Mrs. II. Ci Stanford and Mrs. S. H. Simmons at Jacksonville. as. to
Then on the 11th month of the year Far too serious to overlook. not get rid of the/ water. The matter Arms, representing the State Bullock assisting Mrs. Buttorff in the best steps to tak .
: the 11th day of the month, 11th hour It may mean a life of *.Ickllnus.I was referred to the new board. Highway Association stated there serving., I I f
' of the day again Florida and Ohio Profit by Kissimmee Experiences. The Georgia Engineering Co. con- was still $10,000.00 due from the The invited guests! were: Misses CAPT. WALTER R LAWSON Y'
: had great and solemn reasons for re- I Use Doan's Kidney Pills. firmed their offer to sell the county Federal' government on the Lough Claribel and Mattie ,
McGhee
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g. joicing, and were sorrowful as well, Endorsed by Kissimmee parents. No. 2 brick at 20.00 per thousand, man road and that a great effort Stanford Norma Griffin. Dorthy OFFICIALLY DECORATED
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;; for you had soldier boys over there Read this Kissimmee' mother s endorsement Broportioned a* follows: St. Cloud, would be made to complete the road Wells Mattie Belle and Lillian Harris I
,' for I read their home letters, and : 26,200; Kissimmee, 6,850; Peghorn but on account 6f lack of fuel no brick : Messrs. Dick Ned and Gordon The .Commander' in Chief ,in the '
some never will receive a letter from Mrs. Nona Miller 119 Mitchell St.. Junction 7000. Total, 40,050.. The had been burned for some time. However Bullock, and Bert Wells, 'Mrs. Stan- name of the' President ha awarded
' over there for the dear hands are Kissimmee, says: "My little girl was offer was accepted.J. brick would be' available soon ford and Mrs. Bullock. to Capt. Walter. R'Lawson'the: distinguished .
stilled. troubled with weakness of her kidneys K. Hilliard made a motion to give and the work would be recommenced.R. service cross for extraordinary ' '
I But then come the difference some three years ago. She complained the uniforms purchased by the countyto G. Reynolds, county engineer heroism.' Following 1* the official 'r .,,
; which i i. very interesting in climate, of pain in her back and was the members of the Home Guard presented>he survey of the road from BAPTIST MISSIONARY SOCIETY citation: '
''I j poll, productions and things in gener- puny and didn't grow the way she who had drawn theirs,,the remainder Canoe Creek to Lokosee, with an estimate The Woman's Missionary Societyof "Capt. Walter R. Lawson air ser-
;: al. I see you are planting, cabbage should. She seemed to have no control to be sold. Instructed and passed. of the yardage and .grading to the First Baptist church held an vice observer, 91st aero squardon. ;
for spring, while We are hustling our over her kidneys and this causedme The board the clerk to be done. and an approximate cost of unusually interesting meeting Tuesday For repeated acts Jarfraordinarv; h
'4 in cellars and frost proof places, for much trouble I heard of Doan' write the Georgia Engineering( Co. $54,000.00.The contractor' surety afternoon at the home of Mrs. j heroism in action in St.' Mihiel,
, at this writing we are having the Kidney Pills and got a box. I gave and make an offer to rent a roller and bond in connection with this was set Belle Modi which was attended by ]I I France. July 80 and September 13,
; first snow storm of the season. : them to her and noticed improvementin pipe to Jay three miles of road at Peg-; at 800000. B. II. Guy moved that nearly forty members and visiting ladies 1918, This officer showed raro courage -
x. We are in the center of the tobacco): her condition in a short time. Four horn.Milton the clerk be instructed to advertise a number of whom were tourists on a reconnaissance far over the,
i industries, producing acres and acres, boxes entirely cured her and made her Pledger] presented his com- for bids for this work. spending some time in this city.: enemy lines,.when he continued qn his
;, which is now waiting the stripping kidneys strong and she is now a plete Agricultural and Horticultural The rival claims of the. Cooper's Mrs. J. A. Barclay led the meeting mission after being severely wound.
-. and gettJng ready for the market. A healthy robust girl." statistics for Osceola county.' which cattle dip and Kill Tick people came taking for her topic, "The Home,Missionary ed by anti-aircraft fire. 'On September 1
> tobacco raiser has no rest time the Price 60c at all dealers. Don't were approved before being sent to up for consideration. The board compromised Outlook." "America" opened 13, although he was still convalescing -
, year round. simply ask for a kidney remedy-get Tallahassee.The ; on the matter by orderingone the program, followed by topic scrip from his wound he volunteered
, I see you have had. your orange Doan' Kidney Pills-the same that old Board adjourned after a'' car load of each ,to be shipped ture reading and prayer for the Home for a particularly dangerous mission
i crop officially tested That's news. Mrs. Miller had. Foster-Milburn Co., vote of thanks to J. K. Hilliard for March 1st. Mission Board by Mrs. 0.' B. Falls. requiring a flight of 75 kilometers ,
, Your citrus fruit shipped earlier Mfgrs.. Buffalo, N. Y.CORRESPONDENTS. his work of the past year which wa C. W. Frank, representing the Troy Mrs. N. C. Bryan read, an Interesting within 'the enemy line*. Becauseof
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ordered spread on the minutes. Wagon Works, endeavored to sell the review of the "Home Missionary Out- weather condition he we forced ,
i '.. OO.OOOOOOO..OOOO OOOOOO OOOOOOO..O OOOOOOOOOt county a trailer and recommended look for Cam Pastors" dealing especially to fly at a dangerously low altitude
The new Board of County Commissioners various makes of trucks. Road Sup- with those in southern camps. and was repeated Iv-fired on by anti- ,
t $ We Write Fire Insurance Exclusively, Being Agents For the OH Reliable composed of Ernest,Mach. A. erintendent L. R. Farmer said that The reader called attention to the aircraft and machine gun. He *uccessfullv -
F. Bass. E. L. D. Overstreet. B. II. he could use ,a truck and trailer to fact that up to November 11th. 33,333 acomplished his mission and
LONDON & LANCASHIRE fiREL Guy, and, John Partin met on' Tues Advantage and Save money on certain soldiers had been converted to Christianity returned, with imnortant Information. xi
day morning at 10 o'clock and im work for the county, On account of through the influence of these Home address, Mrs. W. R. Lawson '
mediately went into executive sessionto Jack of funds the matter' was put off Camp Pastors. Birmingham.'' Ala." k1
INSURANCE CO. elect its- chairman and make the to the June meeting. Sentence prayers were offered for Captain Lawson and family recent.. ;
1 t. i necessary appointments for the ensuing C. A. Carson appeared and asked camp workers then Mrs. W. II. Jones ly spent couple of weeks in Kissim w
t _velar. the board to pass three resolutions; told what was being; done among the mee visiting his father F. II. Law-
of( Baaiaesa.Lupfer's
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A. F. Boa of St. Cloud was elected one in connection with the cost of the Cherokee Indians- Oklahoma and 'on, and was the recipient of congratulation ,' '
chairman, and rat Johnston;-attorney extra haul of purchase material 'on North Carolina. Mrs. O. B. Fall. on his splendid war, record '
.: :Insurance for the board.: The/ other appointment the St. Cloud-Melbourne highway; spoke on the theme of Americanizing from old friends -who' had known him, '
Agency were: L. R. Farmer '''road superintendent another to Join in with the State foreigner: and Mrs. Wemple told of since childhood. He ''i.i now at Fort

; J.' E. Bass, janitor of the Highway Association to nllow..the 25 the need of' missionary work In" the. Sill, Okla.,,where he i* ,an instructor. .p
court house; and Gerald Ashton cent extra freight charges im- new field abroad. in aviation.*, -
'P. 0: BOX 654 J. E. LUPFER MUNer per
social
refreshments
x\ grade manager. posed by the government: 'and the During the hour -
.0oooo o .. o .. .o.o oooooooo.oo o.ooooo oO..t' Tt Chairman Bass called l the meeting third providing for from fifty to one of, sandwiches cake and hot If you- }have anJ hJI1 -,to sell, trade i "
. ; to order and proceeded to dispatch hundred convict:. chocolate were served.. exchange try our classified column
such business as,came up': The Fair business came up from the or lip
t N Colcl* Caws Grip and Influenza WANTED ..J.: H., Baiaden presented a. bill to old Board meeting: Pat Johnston DR. BRYAN NOT PLEASED It bring re.ulta.tie'ouiTit .
the county for 1320.95. being the made the same statement that he had WITH SANITARY. CLOSETSKissimmee -
c LAXATIVE BROMO Q1JIJU1fET.wa'nmew th* '''The Gazette wants a correspondent amount due the three bond trusteesfor made the day before and Bald if-the DOM Met i raa'n... ....' >
I' COM Te to sob eueBrow* OaIaI *.- la every community in Osceola. county special road ,and bridge) districtNo. money could not be used on this yea..'. wa visited this week bv )!er.....of IU tml sad taxathe elect,ux.a.< 1 -
-'t / .Lw.l1Aovrs.ipsaeeuba..' ,!e.c .' Send in the new, it will help the 8. .which .was'ordered paid.' I fair he would be forced to- resign.his Dr. Bryan of the State Board of TIVII.IIOIlOQUIN1NJt". __.,, o.ai..rr.
c r' paper and will keep your section before The matter of the renewal appointment position as manager and discontinuethe Health and his' assistant; Dr. Law, ,Qai.l..d.......doe... asa Goa ...-...the-Sail-a.--u.4 cos, i'

'Subscribe, fop the Valley Gazette., the public. ;.r,-of .:.. ..,_____ of.the. county agricultural agent live stock exhibit.; S. L.; 1.upfr.u! ,, who looks a-.mar.-after the....negro quarters- took,M ..... aate.ra,$ ..wtsiaOVLuI' '
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We have just completed our inventory and find numbers of items on which we are overstocked. i 1\i '

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Therefore we are offering these, with other 'seasonable, merchandise, at substantial reductions. ,




Coats, Suits. and ." DOMESTICSYellow ,For Men, ...


Dresses Homespun. 39 inches: wide. '25c value for ,.._-___...._.,.-__._...__.$ .18 Work. Shirts" Bluebelle. $1.50, value for .______-__$ 1.25.

: v Yellow' Homespun heavy, weight 28c Value, for ______________:___:._____... ..21 All heavy Underwear,"ShirU* and Drawer, $1.50 .

Yellow Homespun 27 inches wide. '20c value for _- ...:i : _. ...._. .15
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Bleached Muslin, 36 i inches wide, 25c. value, for. .____..._._____.....__J..._ .20:

20 9| Reduction Bleached Muslin 27 .inches wide, 22c' value for ____..i: ____.____.,_=:__".:._._. .16 All Wool Underwear Union Suit and two pieces",', at \
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Bleached Muslin 36. inches wide JOe value, for _.._::.__v._ _:..__..__...._..- :35 ;:

In connection with the above'we will offer some White Outing, '24 inches wide, 25c valu ..(or __*._,'_j,.?._.---__--...!:._._ .18 Men* Overcoats at 20,per cent: off. ,
and Skirts at similar reductions.GINGHAMS .
Waists Fancy Outing, 27 inches: wide:, heavy weight ?._...__.___-.--.._.?__.____ .26 Men's Cotton Union Suit, 'medium weight, long sleeve "' I 1

ankle length $1.50 value for _-..____..___.-- f.19.
REMNANTS:
'. Also other value of which we have a limited 'stock..will: be

t. Silk.Stripe. 89c value for ____________________$ :% .'{ A.pile I 'of them; splendid values;.in Silk and Cotton Goods, at prices' that will,,make'llierri' on display at similar reduction I j

in a hurry.; Be early and lucky: ,
Renl.ew.'J2' inch. 50c value for ,. -a ;fJI/. go _, ., r.-
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,,lTpile! du Nord, '38c'value, for _.___:__..__ ____ .30 SEVERAL SHIRTINGS Ladies Fibre Hose Spoeial. in Men' ..
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I.! skStaples. 38c value for _____________...:.. .30 SPECIALS IN Beautiful 1 assorts : Number of piece of Serges. Poplin and-Suitings will be on
\Wnlte and Black. '
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Plaids: 27 inch, JOe value for( _?_:_-----...... .25 I MERCERlZ. D ment t Stripes Sox Blac:k. White tablet at attractive: price There* no indication: that
Plaids. wortb..3Se to 65c and iSc values ,
Gingham Prints 25c value, for _____'_____-i____ .18 TABLE 50c fOf o : wool goods will be cheaper for a long .time so this i ii' an .

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I other state will be able] to show back yard or any'old place. Captain ANNOUNCEMENTS. I

KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE a coterie'of women who have! made as James V. Martin of'"New York, designed ,'j

I,great success In farminjfCJciVFlorida and constructed it., Mow the FOR MAYORAt

....I..... Every Friday.y . I will show at the Florida,"Livestock question is, will we be asked to laughat I have the decided solicitation to become of many a candidatefor friend YUM! VUMf
l taa.I__** Valley Gazette. c.If. ._.-., i Association meeting in'' Kisslmmee all the old jokes that have been Mayor or Klsslmmee.. I will, ap-' $
i ....--. FI.d. i the aupport of the voter*, and
this month.-Tampa Tribune.. perpetrated on the good old Ford of Rreclate r .. pled".'my.elf to use my EXIT OUR
H..N.I'redd..t BBsBMeM B M *MBB] ....._"tpanAveiMissouri best endeavor to enforce the ordinance ,
,: ; ., our a acquaintance! ,
.h' work for the betterment ofKla.lmmee"
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I ,.jI>>>,.B. O. v... :'Aa-aiew, Secretary ':, has' rechristened a sectionol ,,"" ,,',", ' .i.- |V',' ..r, rrl'I' ' :, .. i SWEET :
......._ - 'Me. 11 her "Pike' Peak-Ocean-to-Ocean 'A movement is now.on ioot'tf stop W. J. BTEED.

I ",, ........d.tJ.. Rate Highway" "Pershing's Transport the peddlers in Florida who go' 'from FOR MAYOR.I AND

<>.. Copy.OB .-One Tear..__..__.__|1.00 Route, just as reminder of the fact place to place selling goods, and who hereby announce myself a candidate JUICYHAMS
Copy Six Month___ _. __ 1.00 the license for re-election to the office of r rj
is nativeof to Governor I
? that this famous General a forget x.
Pa Copy. Three Months.......... ,71 pay Mayor of Klaslmmee, subject to the
that state. Missouri still believesin Casts has called the attentionof action of the "White 1IIan.." primary.J. ,

II Authorised All communication correspondents except must from OUT b.a1gn.d showing 'em. the sheriffs to the fact that many 8. CADEL. _
by the writer. are now operating illegally\ and asking FOR MARSHAL! AND TAX COLLECTOR. -
Rejected: matter will not be returned It that effort be made to .
am.es called for.Intered Did it turn cold here,! did. Jiistas a special
we were congratulating: ourselves !suppress this nuisance. There is no I am a candidate, for r.election to BACON
( In the Postofflc at Klsima.e. the office of Marshal and Tax Collector -
.. Florida, a* .econd-claa* matter.) that the wave was, only flirting \vih? question but that the merchants and will appreciate the support'o'f' TOO
this sectiqn and! was joking 'abou \a whose business supports the rjom- the election.voter of Klsslmmee. In the coming r

frost it carve back with a'lower temperature munity and whose licenses are regu- o EO. W. OVER8TREKT.

,yMf3eR that made our woodpile look larly paid. should be given this pro FOR MARSHAL, AND TAX COLLEC

like "thirty cents." tection. TOR. :-..
I Tim a candidate for the office\ of
The' St. Cloud Herald, which has Marshal and Tax Collector of the Cityof
I' Public schools opened here Monday Klsslmmee. and take this methodof ,
,under most auspicious co ditioM. A been printed at the Gazette office soliciting the support of the voter.

,competent corps of teachers and an since its initial number" about a year ,n the approaching :HOWELL" y :BASS. 51nice 'v

oar enthusiastic and enrollment!of ago, ended its brief career with last I 1//t/f stoics,
\ eager ; FOR MARSHAL AND TAX COLLECTOR ,.t<
r young people are a combination' that) week's issue Editor Triplett having .

gsTAre'PaESSPy is sure to make this a record year sold his subscription list and good I hereby announce- myself, a. a candidate -
will to Cloud Tribune. for the office of City Marshaland '
l annals of the institution. the St. "Trip"
in the j t- Collector to be voted for In
is an indefatigable booster and.the -"Whlteman1 Tax f : to be heldIn WHAT'S NICER THAN A SLICE OF GOOD. SWEET. JUICY

r The Food Feed and Forage Drive I Herald has. been an important factorin the March cltlien and hereby qualified.otclt to vote the In votesof said HAM A-PRYING IN THE PAN

FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1919 which, begins January 29, will have bringing St. Cloud to public notice, election, and If elected prom"We to fill, OUR HAMS ARE THE SELECT TABLE KIND SUGAR CURED
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for its motto "A cow or two, and sow but this I is only another instance of the office to the very:J..M.tWOODALL. AND HICKORY SMOKED-.THAT'S THE KIND OP HAM THAT

The bulkhead meeting was red hot or two, and a hundred chickens for trying to make two newspapers flourish MAKES THE BEST EATING.

and sizzling over with enthusiasm every farm." This idea, carried out where one is a gracious plenty, Classified Advertisements i BUY'A WHOLE HAM AND THEN YOU CAN ALWAYS PREPARE

.. to the letter, 'would revolutionize which always ends disastrously for A TASTY MEAL IN A SHORT TIME.
Begin the new year by pledging farming in Florida and would practi either one or both publications. I(1 WE SELL GOOD BACON. .
+" your support to your local business insure the success of everyventure. ", MONET TO, IX>AN-On Real Estate
cally Qeorare W Fox, ..AU). Office, Bron GIVE US YOUR
and start a "buy 'at home campaign"l G. W. ,FOX GROWS ROSES IN .on Bids. 4- t. GROCERY ORDER TODAY. ..

.l With fifty of the prominent men : r JANUARY.If FOR 8ALK Ford Car Rood condition.
the Congratulations to Arcadia. 141a7orHickman B. n. Labadle. Klsslmmee. Fla. 4t. SOME OF OUI t SPECIALS: t

of Klssimmee supporting bulk? in command of. .Carlstrom any one doubts that Kissimmee WANTED--Live dealer In Oaceola Pillsbury Flour, 24 Ib sack. 1.65 Try our' Wilson Certified
head movement, something is apt to advised can grow roses in January, not hot handle Seneca Motor Cars
Arcadia has been county to Flour
Field near Pillsbury 12 Ib sack.. ..80Gold
be acomplished.f house blossoms but long stemmed list price U90.00. Attractive proposition Coffee per pound..___.__ .39
by telegram from the war departmentthat beauties growing in the open ground; mediate' direct factory available.connection.Writeor Im. ] Medal Flour, 24 Ib sack 1.65 Oat Meal, 9c Ib, 8 for__... .25.

\ While ,the' new year is scarcely a Carlstrom* will be made permaacnt :- where they drink in the Florida sun wire for shipment Information. The Bene- Gold] Medal'Flour, 12 Ib sack .80 4 ]Ibs Hudnuts meal, ______. .25

f) week old increased business activity and continued as a school 1 of pursuit shine and nod with every passing; ca Motor' Car Company Fostorla.' 4-It O.* Self Rising Flour,' 24 Ib sack 1.65 4 Ibs Hudnuts Grits ........ .25
is evident and ..Kissimmeerealty is and gunnery for advanced flyers. breeze we recommend that; they visit Fancy Blue Rose Rice, lb__ .12 Sweet Potatoes
what fate will be. the pretty home of George W. :Fox, FOR SALE' -Or Rent-S dew cottages peck ______ .40
changing hands. It ia yet uncertain on Mabbette street and enjoy 'the with screened porch bathroom, water Fancy, Calif. Peaches: can.. .29 Other things accordingly.
fall Dorr as'only a maintenance squad sight for himself. A representativeof and light Buy from owner and
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commission. For further
The St. Petersburg: Times talks will be left there now.; the Gazette was the pleasant recipient ave matlon'apply at 40a Vine 8t. I-''-seal.FOR .
about military-training hereafter. No, this week of a boquet of these THE CUT PRICE CASH GROCERY "
has can't the RENT''-Nice Furnished House.Apply
A great era of road building roses and,, while we give X8-tf
;no, Naugle, its a harp or an electrician to J. McPhatter.
begun/when the attention'ot. the nation names of the varieties they were PHONE 141 1
you will need then. of Second-hand Ford ears 422 BROADWAY
'. splendid specimens, every one FOR SALB-
will be turned to' t1 ..'const171O them. at attractive prices. Oaceola ,Motor OUT OP TOWN ORDERS SHIPPED SAME DAY .
Are ':you doing all you can,for the tlon of more and better highways' Co., >OT Broadway.DWELLRVOB ;

;' ._ 'betterment ,o!. ,your town, and 'suggesting say' men who' have given the NOTICE. I for rent. Apply to M.
considerable attention and Notice I* hereby given that the Tiller. Farming tool and .
movementor problem. Implement
1.0dated
some progressive
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: Board of County Commissioners of Os- I Tells about livestock ralsinev dairy,
at lead;backing' the' fellow who are 'considered' authority ,on: ;tljer:sub-- ceola County, Florida will receive bid FOR BALE-One of the best, bargain half near Kenanivllle.term Price to suit." ,600.B. Inl', Poultry.-citrus fruit and truck-'
up to ten o'clock a. m.. February I rd.19t. Ina house In Klsslmmee If you. Mr. ea.bkbalanc. Inge twice a month '
out.now"and H. .. Fla. jj.tfFOR at hoe per year's
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,has some bright Idea ject. Osceola is leading .. for the construction of certain ] Hdnieaeeksr. want a snap. Call at three years for 11.00. 'Only livestock
commences the new,year bybrickingan :: i road.' In Special Road and Bridge"" District 100 Bryan street at any time aftereSO and general farming paper 10 the
SALE
m. for further 'Information. -Scotch Collie female, atat. .
No. Osceola County. Bidder p. one Write
Klsslmniee,Is taking steps to beautify important section of her roads.. will apply a to R. Q. Reynolds, of St. c ;,. A... BARCLAY. 4.. >t Year old, of registered stock, golden today _
vacant lot.adjoining the A. Cloud, Florida, or J. fc. Overstreet, tan sable and correct white 'markIng FOR 8ALJII-.On. Emerson 'l'JOjeW'rlt.r..
{e .the Clerk Klsslmmee, Florida for specl- FOR SALE-Eighty acres: 11 acres *.. Present owner has no use for mod.1 three. vl.lble, n.w.
C. .I* passenger depot and convert it And now comes along a "Ford.ofthe flcatlona. cleared and under fence: I acre. In her. Address' "Collie." Gaaette Of- Apply Valley Os..tta a._ gOod as ,tL
The Board reserve the right to re- bearlnaoranve grove; 11.000 worthof tic. ,-lt-pd..
Into si park. It is certainly a laudable Air. a ship that is said to travel Ject.any and all bid*. : cypress timber on tract; four. FOR RENT_ room house furnished
,enterprise and .one1 'that, 'should ben.hed 127-miles on a gallon of gasoline and J. L. OVER8TREE room hous and kitchen. Also to FARMERS: -Send today for a free sam- 10'-room! 1'uuse furnishedbouae; -
Comm1.sloaers. cattle good bunch'of Btockman, nubllshed
Clark for''Board of County head of and a at Jacksonville.P keeping dwel
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THE >USSiMMEE' VALLEY GAZETTE. ,, FftJBAY. JANUARY 1* Itti.. 4rir ,


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Mr*.,
I !J ,1 : INTERESTING' LOCAL ITEMS 11 St. Cloud Thursday "' .,
' Mie. J.. H. Redditt len Tuesday for I : : K:(
t" the Gordon Keller Hospital! at. Tampa,
\ I..i..o. . . C. F. Johnson, editor of the St for an operation.Nelson t

'I"1 7 '., Cloud Tribune, was a business visitor Maklnson of the naval reserves -<| ,

I Weather Report here Monday. ' leave* tonight for Key' We.t, There Must B.e.: : t
tt. | Nothing better for that Cough than'Nyal's where. he is tationed.

Laxative Expectorant. 25c, Mrs. C. Buckles made a brief visit ,
.' at Central Drug Store. ** to her brother, J. C. Bronson, andfamily

; ] | Following ar* daily tempera- J. H. Baisden came up from Whit- ,, at Ocoee' ,, the early part' of
I: < tores and precipitations as re- tier to attend the regular meetingof the week.
1" < .ported by Government station the county school board. : \Wood Tyner expect to 1 leave for

., j ; at Kiisimme fo- he week end- William Arnold left Sunday night. ) Jacksonville< Sunday on a business
.',,, i > Ing January 9, 1919: for Jacksonville, where he will be employed I trip. H. will be gone several days I
.in the shipyards. and will bring. back another Hudson
Max. Mln. Rain $
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r: Thursday ....... 70 54 Get a Hot Water Bottle You will' Super Six. QUICKACTION
need it. Ours are guaranteed. Central Mrs. Jacobs rime in from her country
\ Friday: _i____ 65 S3 Drug. Store. Phone 41, home on Lake Tohopekaliga, to I .. r
Saturday...... 50 35 I Miss Mattie Bandy'went to Orlando spend few days with.; Mrs, H.) C.' .

", I Sunday ....... 57 31 Tuesday afternoon combining business Stanford; this week. '

', Monday ....... 67 38Tuesday with pleasure.,. : Mrs. N. F. Bass came home 'Thurs "

I ....... 63 55. 2.27't $ C. F. Holtsclaw and familyhave day for a week's stay from Ruskin, I
where;Mr. Bass is in charge'of contract
$ Wednesday .... 63 64 moved into the cottage on Main street' work'for the !railroad.
,
formerly occupied by G.T.Singletary.
. . .. .. .0.. .. . . . . . Miss Elon Gulce's cousin Miss Bertha The stork stopped .t the home of 1
Mr., and Mrs. Cecil Prentls, Mondaynight ,. V
week I
Dixon arrived this from her
:",... For SaleFour> mules, W.J.Miller. leaving a ftne baby girl Wee
Georgia home, to time
spend some. :
'. 46-tf! here. Miss Prentis has been named .Edith

Cutex Manicure Articles, for sale Mrs.' M. A. Hale of Birmingham,, Carter.
by Central Drug Store. Phone 41. Ala., arrived Saturday for an extend. Mr.- and Mrs. J. T. Dillon and I
of Lowell, Ohio have arrived
1 Dr. and Mi's. R. M. Buckmaster of] ed visit -with her- mother Mrs M. C. daughter to spend the winter in Kissimmee[ ,
St. Cloud in Kissim- Bandy
spent Tuesday
with J. W. Bus-
and have taken rooms
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mee. j i Hear the sweetest music ever '''made bee. '

'! W. W Detwiler, one of Lakeland'!'on the New Edison, "The Phonograph Miss Margaret Lee who Is'i a student
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.well known business men, was a city with :a Soul at the Central Drug* at Elizabeth blather, Atlanta

risitor Monday:; i Store. Phone 41. Ga., returned to 'school Wednesday, f,
Mr and Mrs. Lester Jones of Edee-
after spending the holidays with her
"Smiles, as you like to hear it, on
wood. 111. the tourists '
.... the New Edison, at the) Central DrugStore Ktssimmee were mother, Mrs John M. Lee.
... .. visiting this week; They I Miss Albina Smith, county demonstration
the Manhattan.

Mr. and Mn. H. W. Pitcher of Tho.notosassa .stopped.C. L. DeFoor at and J. H..lladdox; arrived I, to Shingle agent Creek, made this week aa official and added tHp .

', were Sunday guests at the from Atlanta Ga., and spent several new members to the canning

Graystoae. Tuesday here on a business mission i club there. East Lake and Campbell I
T. B. Alford of Tampa, who represents They registered at the Park hoteL I Station were also in the schedule of 4

an Electrical Supply Co.. was Mr; and Mrs. Chas. Hei and faMily the trip but bad roads prevented a

here Monday, calling on his trade.' ( of Worcester. M...., 'were winter vi.it-W: the latter ..points.W. On Your Part

John Reece'of New York 'was visitors reaching?. Kiasimtne I Saturday , F; Sullivan"'Savannah, Ga,, } li.u f!
among the tourists spending Monday and 'locating here for some time. was among the out of town visitors
', in Kissimmee. He registered at the Kioober of i
Henry Frahk and John here this week, stopping'at the Park
Park hotel. I Brooksville, Ind., were toiirists spending hoUl.MIt is understood i that Mr. Sullivan .
!RA Mr. and Mrs. B: Weston of Ponti.ae Saturday looking about '.the city. purchased farm property'and you want these Bargains. Theearlyjbutf-; '
Mich., are spending. a month in''',!Thev were guests at the Manhattan and expects to move his family here

Kissimmee.. They are domiciled at hotel. while he win' continue in his:prellttt ,r' i Jl
the Park hotel. : H. C. Skenberry and family of Roanoke business for a :while. He left for his

M, A. Burdee, of Toronto, Canada,'I Va., were among the tourists home Tuesday er gets the best BARGAINS. .Just 4 more
was among the visitors spending Sun ,visiting Kissimmee for a brief stay A Sunday afternoon service will beheld v
day in Kissimmee. He is registeredat this week They were guests at the at the Dixie Theater by C. E. .
the Graystone.E. Graystone. Putman I who is conducting a series < '
I SALE
i L. Miller end wife arrived in W. Ri: Godwin of St. Cloud, was in oi-Bible Readings there. 'fhe me4'tI days of STORY'S January Clearance l ; ,
Kissimmee- from Kansas City Mo., town Monday to attend the January I ling will begin ut 3 o'clock and the
+ this week. They were domiciled at meeting of the Board of Public Instruction public generally Is I urged to lie pres- t
the Manhattan hotel. of which be was made. a 'crt. ShouldH'le] weather he cold: or
Hear Gladys Rice and Marion Evel member at the last election. i'|in<'ement the ltil: <:-'ng.. wH! he comipttably -

,, yn Cox in their latest success on the, Carlylse Bronson and Gerald Rivers ,warm >J. THESE, PRICES! THEY OFFER YOU BIG SAVlNGS'I.1 9 !
+ New Edison. It's wonderful. Cen- 'returned to the Georgia Military 'The Florida Sunday1 School AssoJ Sale Price "
u Tan Shoes _$ 4.98 J" WOMEN'S SHOES
tral Drug Store. Academy, Atlanta, this week, after station will meet here on the 18th
.. -Mr. and MnIiarry Piano and baby spending the Christmas holidays with I"nd 19th. services led by Mr. J. O. ShoesNOTE Tan Elk Work Shoe 3.5 One lot $3.75 Shoes, now $3.5''' '

1 returned Saturday from Tampa where their respective parents. 'Webb general secretary.discussed The will various be Black Army Style Shoe 3.98 One lot $3.00 Shoes, now 2.C5
j' subjects to. be
they spent the past week combining Miss Albina Smith, county demonstration
business and pleasure I agent, motored out to the'handled by able speakers, some from Black Vici: Bluc.her..now 4.75 One lot $6.00 Shoes, now 5.25

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Johnson motoredto eastt lake section Sunday to conduct''1'pastors the state of workers the churches and some of from Kissimimee. the- Prices are Reduced on All Skoes. One lot $5.00 Shoes, now' 3.98
Kissimmee from Miami, reaching a" community singing. She was accompanied K
here Saturday night. They stopped by Mrs. Mae Ellis, Miss i .Session' held at the PresbyterIan School-
hotel. Grace Eleanor Graves and Messrs. church. Every Sunday
at the Graystone
Dr. .and Mrs. Travis arrived from Harold Hertberg-and Henry Edwards,,ant worker in the county,should be\ pre MEN'SDRESS THESE PRICES GOOD FOR 4 MORE DAYS ONLY. THESE BARGAINS i
who participated the meeting.
their Illinois home this week for were a Gordon Buttorff, who has been home Bartow Dutton accompanied by Mr. KEEP OUR SHIRT SECTION BUSY., '
brief visit in the city. They
the for the holidays with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dean and Mr. .Bunk,all
at Park hotel
guests from in Georgia, arrived in --
returned poihts
end Mrs. Porter C. Buttorff. -
., Mr. and Mrs..C. J2. Carlson and son thle-week to Bloomington Ind..wherehe Kissimmee Friday and*spent, several . . _
, Bobbie and Mrs Carlson's father;"V. is a student at the University.; He d"vs looking about this section of the SHIRTS I Men'. Dress. Shirts without collar,I belt colors, assorted. Pattern 14 tbTt6J/!1..
motored to
C. of St. Cloud,
I enox. "te. visitors much Dlea'seiwith
The were
Kissimmee Monday for a'few hours.C. !Is enrolled in the medical departmentand I .the business opportuniti-i Regular value, $1.50. Sale Price ____.t___.....___.._._::______.S.ceata
is in his sophomore year. .
O.; Ball, the state representativeof Florida and investIn
Mr.. and Mrs. S. B. Chuts and this part of may .
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Journal visited Kis returnedhome I
the Atlanta Miss of Ndva pronertv "here.. They "
Margeson
daughter, '
slmmee Wednesday on a business Scotia, were here from Orlando fora ,, Tuesday. Mrs. Bartow Dutton SEE WHAT THIS SALE OFFERS. .
mission lie was a guest at the Gray- few hours Thursday, looking about and title daughter Frances, who have .
.. stone. >h*en visiting her parents, Mr. and .. yr.t: 'w' .
with .N.: \
r";,, .;;;;:;;: Mrs. L. H. Ingram and daughter, the Kissimmee city. They that were they so engaged pleased apartments Mrs. J.;, Z, Roberson, accompanying Sweaters r.."i(+Ui 't{ ;:MF++/ .;> ; -, ; , ->p'It.t'.1i"tb'; 7 H1:t..i\="\1 .2"; b.: 'p IItI>'', ;b. t,6, , ''.

ier. ';Irene, returned Sunday'''from of.Arc.dia the hoi, on Stewart avenue and return,. them.. ." '. ;kMETHODIST t. Men, Coat,Seater with Collar!! ;{regutar l $3SO"; value:Sale Price,. .':.?$ 2.i!. .,
i where a portion ; '
they spent month or
'iidays with< the former's brother, Dr. two.ed Monday- to stay for' ,a: .* _.v . CHURCH. Men*Coat- 'Sweater"reguLr'value31SOtSaleyPrite, ,t ;' : ,i';;::::.fl T- :1:S J W_ 1.8! J >

Simmons. Miss Dixie White, the popularclerk 9:45 a, m. Sunday' School Mr.. J. Boy Sweater were $1.00. Sale Price wow ____:______-;__-__.: .7' .
Jiffs'' W. R Poindexter and wife arrived at the Dollar Limit, expects to L. Overitreet, superintendent. .
from their home 'in Tennessee this leave in a few days for an extended 11:00 .. .m. Preaching by pastor, ... .
week and spent some time looking visit with her sister on the 'hIe of R.T. Hodnett. Subject "God Dwell. .J .t'','
about Kissimmee. They were guests Pin s. Miss White is now arranging ing With, Me." MEN'S UNDERPRICE SALE'OP UNDERWEAR.I 4

at the Graystone. for her passports, and will) go as soon 1:30 p. m. Epvorth League Devo- ;
Mr. Flew 1ilnJ nf Harvey, 111., Mri as she can'Ret them from the authorities tional Service in: bungalow. 'r
Thompson of Kankakee, 111.,. Mr. and at Washington. 7:30: p. m. Preaching by pastor, WINTER .
fir Mrj. Flcwellm!"r JohnaHartlandiwite! Dr. P... J. Cannon and wife, of St. Rev R F. Hodnett. Subject *'Jesus. Men's Fleeced Lined Underwear .._..._.._-!.--_--...-.___..__.._.$'. ,.98

ft". at the home of Louis, Mo., have arrived in Kissim I Forgiving Sins"MORE UNDERWEAR Men' Ribbed Underwear _.?___.._...-______?______.-:.:___.._:.: <"8 ,;
Sunday last. mee to spend some time, and may de SPEAKERS FOR S. S. CON. .

1, George C. Crawford of Orlando, accompanied cide to locate here permanently. Dr. Men' $2.00 Union Suit.*,, now ?_.___________.-...___.__------., 1.69 ,
i. by George W. Wagner of Cannon is an osteopathic physician VENT10N.Mr. .
Chattanooga, Tenn., spent Saturday and chiropractor and is looking for. a -
"; M night at the Graystone when en route permanent location. He is very favorably A. A. Coult, assistant secretary STYLISH WAISTS AT MONEY SAVING PRICES ,
of the Florida State Live Stock Association ;
home from hunting. trip. I impressed with Kissimmee so r
Sunday who was in the city Tuesday F
returned
: Harold Henberg far Shirtwaists ., v.'
J" with Mr. Pat Johnston and. .
night to Gainesville where he will Capt. O, C. Daisy and his son confering final.details for the r.'. ',. .
relative to
. continue: his school work in'the University George and wife arrived[ Tuesday others ."
i of Florida. He is enrolled in Wichita Kans., to spend meeting rirt week, quad that 'two .
,' the electrical engineers" department.B. the night remainder from of the, winter in Kissimmee. veryi important' speakers have been Silk Crepe de Chine Waists. White and Fleshy value $5.50.. S.le'.Price": ; $} a

; DickersDn received a telegramyesterday Captain Daisy is not a stranger added to the' list since the program -J&
advising( him that his eon, in Kissimmee, having spent the was sent out. chief of the tick Abot 40 White Voile Wai.t, were 1.50, now' _._, ::: -._,, ,If'-'lin) ,
Dr. R. A. Ramsay,
who is the cashier of a bank at Fitzgerald winter here some years ago. Mr; and has d
Ga., was dangerously ill with Mrs. George Daisy have also visited eradication,division Washington '
attend and talk on Tick
the noon train before and their friends promised to IN BLANKETS NO MAIL ORDER HOUSE CAN'BEAT
pneumonia, and left on here many Eradication in the South. Mr. E. K.Middleton. r
A for that glee are extending to them a cordial welcome former president of the ON BLANKETS. ;
THESE PRICES
"', Misses Grace and Gussie Winn, Margaret Southern Cattlemen's Association,pocahonta BlanketsBARGAINS ,
Stanford Amy Makinsoif and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Fox of Kissim Miss., will give the result I k t _
,"r' urpha. Rose, have returned to Tallahassee mee are expecting a party of relativesand of statewide tick eradication in his i '

,'where they are attending left the friends to arrive and Sunday at for'anindefinite other state. Large .. t... Blanket for double bed worth $4.50 .". isle price $ZA9 ,.,. ,.
State College for Women. They visit here Dr. Rommel who !is .scheduled for
'>,; in a party Sunday night.. points in Florida. In the,, party will an address in live stock conditions in Cotton Blanket for single bed. now ..____-____.._._.____-__ $1,49 pr. ''d
the be Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fox, of Knoxville -
d. J. McCranie has purchased war devastated countries of Europe,
I"I fixtures and good will of the City Tenn., Mr. and Mrs.. P. A, Anderson will use a number of colord slides to ,
f.- charge last Monday. of Bearden, Tenn., and Mrs. he also, will ; -
Market and took illustrate his subject, and We hue I 10 Women's
Dir McCranie announces that he will Allie Galyon, of Knoxville. Mr. Fox lead the discussion at another time MONEY BOYS' $1.00UNIONSUITS EXTRA(
carry a full line of native and West- and. Mrs. Andrson are cousins of Mr. on'' the program on needs for marks $2.19 to $3.48 Hats
and 'Apalachicola oysters. G. W. Fox.. While here they will tour choice. .Saturady
I'. tern meats and brands I legislation; so importantto SPECIAL left your -
I Florida, motoring down the east coast
'. Pvt. Paul Marks, who has just cattle men.Subscribe We found some money ;
from Daytona to Miami, and will visit -
a., America from service overseas -
reached other places of interest. __ for the Valley Gazette.TlieR the floor Monday "- -- -- {
r ti',' and was home on a furlough to on : I
?,. visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. 69c White Outing worth
3-4' 4l the owner by citing This Sale. . 98c
.. Marks, has returned to Camp Wheeler. 40 cent yard Special f
'" Private Marks was wounded in and describing same We have about 30
: + for Monday, 19 cents f
oad Wealth .
still confined to the to '
lr"' hospital.the foot and is can get it. Suit left. yard each r,

,I-J" > Mrs. J. J. McCranie returned Monday Or.taro In a real. estate. offlc*- wj
Gainesville, where she hue k
from
'f-, .
J. this' One Every person hue
+,r: been the guest and of family her brother for tie Dr.pat l a right to a little piece of this j SEE THESE GOODS IN OUR WINDOWS MARKED IN ,
, if. Boring,
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'e,. week. Mrs, McCranie took her son earth. Every person max 'BUY NOW PLAIN FIGURES: ,J SALE *
'. to Dr. Boring for a slight op + :
;; Alvin ROAD [ have a. large a pl'ece''ss 17ewearyf POSITIVELY ,
:', eration. he wants.'Ne'don't
.'iila: Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hart, Miss ATtHtSESPECIALLY ENDS
'jl I Murray, car If you make five dollarsa
Jennie WEDNESDAY
Louise Hart, Mrs. EAim
"'' and Gus B.. Murray a party from week. We own show :you
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Nova Ohio, ''were overnight guests bow tq 'lnre.t.''In, real estate. [ STORY'SKISSIMMEE ,

.'' .. at the ,Graystone. Saturday.' They 'profitably.-; The money YOU: JANUARY 15.

,. ""s' were en route- for the southern' part, +. f spend for 'tooUsh _will RfDUCEO Omr advice. to
i of the state
buy a bouse. Small paymentswallow "' .. ..
of the -
':: The :Missionary Society i .the larceat. ,, amount. ,9
Methodiatehueh: Is giving a reception .. Drop In ahjr' .-time-we'r* never ,PRICES ,- FLORIDA.Bur EARLY
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#.,- yastor.-Rev. R. F. Hodnett, and fanvfv '
l' ; I'll' All the member sot the'church;) BREAKER REALTY COMPANY 1 .
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9th ANNUAL SUB-TROPICAL, St. Cloud DepartmentNEWS ra-fr. Export Trade 1 1What


Latin America

MIDWINTER FAIR AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER" CITY"

.BY OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENTUncle Sells Here Sells There .' .jj{

,. Manufacturer wishing to market !their products in Latin America ;',

ylr GREA VICTORY AND caller Josh at Kissimmee Ferguson was on Wednes a business M # will I be I benefited by communicating with. our Export Bureau. ,

day. DEER PARK We can sell your goods through our
The New England Society will meet
: PEACE EXPOSITION In the upper G. A. R. Hall Tuesday, (Written for last week.) Native Sales Representatives ,"
January 14th, at 2 o'clock p.:m.
Alfred Cranston died Thursday, chased An elegant recently player by H.piano K. Smith.was pur. and trade connections. Publicity in two hundred Latin American 'I
January 2nd, at down
sun after a
\ 5 : COUNTIES : INVITED : TO : EXHIBIT '. lingering; illness Funeral services Mr. R. L. Rowe and wife spent Newspapers; and two hundred* Salon (Motion Picture Theatres) ;
Christmas at Melbourne
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'visiting
were held at the Baptist church on re
Sunday at 10:30, Dr. Foster and Rev. latives. in South, and Central'America: will carry the story of your products -

J., B. Westcott. officiated. The friends Mr. Thomas Henderson of' Holt, straight to the Merchants, Business Men, Buyers and Con*
have the sympathy of the community Fla., is visiting Mr. John Woodard. ',
ORLANDO FLORIDA in their bereavement.Mrs. Mr Alvin Lau, of Glen Park, Pa., suiters in theie South American Countries.i : .
Brady, who lias been here in came to make his home with his. uncle -
the interest of the W. C. T. U. work, Mr. W. H. Kempfer. Co-operative Catalogues .
and who has been the 'truest of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Thompson motored .
FEBR'Y 11-14 1919 and Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman for the' to Lakeworth last Sunday; returning We are assembling our 1919 catalogue printed in' the language .b'
past three weeks, left Wednesday evening with their son; C: I. Thomp. ,
for Winter': Haven son, and daughter/ Mrs. L. Buie,. the of the South,and Central: American Republics.'
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Revell and latter from Fivay Junction. Fla., and
War i. Over Come Celebrate Great Event three children from Arcadia, arrivedon the son recently mustered out from
The -- Tuesday and located Pennsylvania Camp! Shelby and after his Christ 'If interested: write, wire or call
are on -
mas visit with his parents will return :
With U avenue. to his former position on. the "
ti Mr. and Mrs. Dean, Mrs. Dr.; Riley police force at Tampa. j
.' FINEST FAIR. IN FLORIDA GUARANTEED and Mrs. Shad, of near Lansing. The congenial farmers of this community E_..'" 01.: .
Mich., arrived last Friday and are enjoyed a social evening in ALLIED AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 1
Woaderfol Eipwitiea of Fruits, Field and Garden Crops, Stock, Poultry located in the Sage property, on the school house on Christmas-. Eve, A'rOAND BLOCK CHICAGO. U. S. A.
". Art Domestic Educatioa. Maryland avenue, between. llth, and then a barbecue on Christmas Day,
12th streets. at which all agreed! that,the fat porker -

Bert Race U die State. Airplane"Exhibit. Mr. and Mrs. Woodin, of Ohio ar- which Mr. Wenzel donated for the
rived Tuesday evening; and are at the. occasion, was as rare in quality --------s
? JOHNNY JONES' FAMOUS SHOWS. Farris Hotel for the season. as the liberal spirit of the donor. 'A
Mr. and Mrs. :McClellan, of Alberta, Christmas tree entertainment in the SEED POTATOESFor ,1
Canada, are among the late arrivals evening rounded out, as some of them ,
J 01 ;and /expect' to spend some time here. said. "the best Christmas they ever
FOUR DAYS .PLEASURE. & INSTRUCTION had." Spring planting; December and January delivery;. .;
Mrs. McClellan of Mr.
is a daughter '
i and Mrs. Young, on Maryland ave Mrs. H. C. ,Avant and family spent Highest quality MAINE grown.

...OOOOOO.OO.Oo.o..O..OOOOOOO..OOOO tOoo OO nue. : Christmas day in Kissimmee. Write for Prices, rivuf quantity desired. We ludl.SpaaJdi. .

-- .. ---'--- Neal l Bartlett left on Tuesday to I Mrs. H. K.by Smith bur school and daughter teacherMiesLulu accompanied .f No. 4 R.*., Irish Cobbler, Early Red Bliss Triumph '

: LOCAL FARMERS TO GET enter study civil the college engineering; at .Gainesville* to I Armund, visited a few days aHastings. New' Crop Turnip, Cabbage Onion Seeds and Set*.

..; Mrs. Oliver Knight and twp children Miss Armund then wentto We carry all the leading and standard nrieties'of ,Seed that have been

NITRATE FOR FERTILIZER returned Monday from Mascott' her home at Hawthorne. tested and known to be best adapted to our soil and climate. 1
where she has been visiting Mr. Mr. B. F. Rowell has come to take
-- Knight's/ parents. She was accom- charge of the skidder work for the Largest Crop Seed Oats, Seed Rye, Seed Wheat, Rape, Vetch, Barley, F
Union Cypress Co. Mr. J. Into, his English Pea Beau Eta r'
panied home by Mr. Knight's brother. ,
Notice has been given to M. M. rangements have been made to secure has accepted a
predecessor positionin
Javens, Agricultural Agent for Osce- a,, large quantity of nitrate and it is Mat Knight who returned to Maacott Jacksonville.A Our Descriptive Catalogue FREE,on Request "
ola county, that the U. S. Departmentof believed' that all reasonable requirements on Wednesday. home BLUE RIBBON )
Mr. and Mrs. Jean, of Anna 111. very pretty wedding took LAYING MASH MAKES YOUR HENS LAY
will sell at cost be i
Agriculture a met.
can
supply '
"
locatedat place on Christmas morning hvhej
ITALIAN
of nitrate of soda to farmers in It is important that came in last Saturday and are RYE FOR LAWNS. "
applicationsfor
I. N. Burch's Mr. J.-J. DeFrehn, at his home, unitedIn
Osceola county. nitrate must be in the hands of on Pennsylvaniaavenue. marriage Mr. Herbert W. Davis ,
The nitrate will be sold under the the county agent or a member of the : of St. Cloud-'and Miss Gertrude Rau
of the Food Control Act local committee Mr. Thaddua Lamson, of Neligh,1 '
Authority
by Saturday, January lerson of Deer Park. They left by
Nebr., and Mrs. Johnson of 1043
and .legislation relating 25th. 1919.
subsequent 1 auto for their future home in St.
North Fair Pasadena Calif.
Oaks ,
thereto. The price will be $81.00 a .
Cloud. Her
friends regret to
many ..
,ton, free on board cars at landing JUST ONE HOUSE IN were married Saturday, December 4, to see Miss Raulerson leave. .
The bride is a sister of Mrs. Qscar "
point or port. The farmers are to pay Christmas cheer filled the home of .
MOOSE LAKE '
MINN., Troxell of this city, and visited in
addition, freight to.their shipping. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. who en-
where made
last she
Neligh Kempferl
summer
points. THAT DIDN'T BURN .
4s tertained Mr. G. na and
How to Obtain Nitrate. many friends and acquaintances. The wife, and Mrs. E. T. Huey of Mirhigah. = I\
is old resident of
an Antelope OLDESTESTABLISHED
Applications for a part of the nitrate There oasis' groom A sumptuous dinner, Christmas .
was just one of safety county but of late has spent a
1 Jbe received bought only by the from government actual farmersor will in the Moose Lake and Colquet, his summers, here and years winters in St. tree well laden with gifts, Christ WRITE FOB CATALOG S I SEE ji cur tf e ,
Minn. district when those mas decorations, music and ,
; towns were games '
Florida. The Leader extends
Cloud ;
own"ra holders of farms WEEKLY HOUSE IN FLORIDASeed
or for use made PRICE LIST
completely wiped out by fire recentlyone congratulations to the happy couple. the day replete with /happiness
on their land, and may be made -- house that is standing today, ))i Mr. H. H.' Elarbce, Jr., is again
-The Leader, Neligh/ Nebr. I J'
through County,, Agent M. M. ;Javens I
::4 although sixteen homes in the Immed- Mr. W. II. Walker left on Fridayfor shaking hands with his Deer Park s
; or. through a member of the local iate vicinity were burned to the friends, after being mustered out at
Tampa. for' a few days, then on
; ,committee consisting of S.-L. Lupfer, ground. Camp Johnston. ./
to Brndentown. to visit his friend,
''Pat Johnston and M. B. Alexander
This house, which resisted the Mr. Frank Watson. I Mrs. P. P. Savage and daughter/ i
-e No money will be required\ with the sparks and burning embers with Mr. and Mrs. Sley Nelson, from spent a pleasant week at the home of .
application/ but notice from the
authorized upon the'Dev.rtment which the air was filled, was roofed Flint, Mich., who have been stopping .O. N. Campbell. OOOO.O. +OOOOOOOOOOO oooo oo o
representative of with Certain-teed Shingles. I Homer Avant, formerly of this
Asphalt with Mr. and Mrs.rJ. B. Matthewson.
of Agriculture, farmers who
The owner, Mr. Louis Larson, says left on Tuesday for their home'' at I place but now working at the ship
; have signed applications must deposit' that he owes the preservation of his- Melbourne.Mrs. 'yards at Jacksonville, spent a few
; with a, local designated bank, by association the Secretary or individual of home to the Asphalt Shingles, be- Mabel Bracey and Miss Cap- 'days hunting with his ,friend, Lum Potatoes. .
cause of the fact that practically 25% Lanier.
linger are hostesses for the card parts -
to Agriculture to act'as the' farmer'sagent of the Moose Lake houses were .burned next Monday evening, at the St. i Miss Lenora French, from Pahokee, .
for that purpose money to cover after the fire had started on the Cloud Hotel. enjoyed a visit with her friend Miss .
the cost of the fertilizer except the roof. lie is naturally rather proudof The New York Veterans Associa- Blanche Lanier. ,, . .. '
freight charges./ In practically every his choice of roof and Is Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rowe entertain.Pd {.
recommending
a tion met Tuesday afternoon in the Choice Maine '
'case the money will be paid to a county on , : .i.} and Western Stocky'j'tt :
nitrate distributor draft / the materials to his neigh old G. A. _R. hall. Meeting was called . a number of their' friends: las : ,1' ',I; ., \ ,: '
with bill of, lading attached.or sight Distributors ,bors. _d' to order br President Francher.All Tuesday evening. On the following', ;: ""\\\k\ !, :,. .\ ,\ .j. 1! Instances multiply everywhere dai- joined in singing "America." followed evening, Mrs. S. S. Singleton continued ,'l'' auldin'" . " "' '!t>' .' .y.
lading will, collect pay draft money, take from up farmers bills of' which show that oldfashioned'shingles / by praver by W. P. Lynch. The the holiday festival by..givinrr" asocial 5 N "
h [ are not only non-resistant incases following officers were then elected: party to a number of her .
and distribute .
nitrate to former A'-I
'
of general conflagration, but J. W. Francher and Mr. Weatherstonwere friends. The Williams family, po*- j I
'are a positive source of danger, as, in both nominated. for president, sessing rare musical talent, contributed .- Red Bliss "
addition to taking fire quickly they but Mr. Francher declined, so Mr. greatly to the occasion. Triumph
Ask Your Grocer rapidly spread burning brands WeR her tnn was elected; vicepresident. Mr and Mrs. 'B. T. Tindall and family .
throughout the whole neighborhood.For . J. W. Franoher:' secretary and spent Christmas day visiting
V this reason prepared roofingand treasurer, C. A. Robinson. Mrs. C. friend at his former home in Sebas- . Irish Cobblers'; ',
shingles tian, Fla. .
are everywhere being A. Robinson was appointed press correspondent ;
adonted in place of other types of ) ; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mr. Young Tindall spent Christmasat i

CHEEKMEAL'SCOFFEES roof. Prepared roofings have long Francher were appointed a committeeon Kissimmee. : Order seed and fertilizer
been known to offer effective resistance resolutions. One new memberwas The farmers Of this community are your early.
to fire smothering fires which taken in, Comrade .Ludley. 6th Improving their time' during this fine Write us for prices and particulars.
4 y. occur under them and eliminating the New York heavy artillerv. Short weather preparing" soil distributing
danger from flaming brands. Theyare talks were given by Mr. Brand and fertilizer, and planting Irish potatoes .
also the most economical nnd con the new' president also by the outgoing The< effort'put forth by this "lolly set WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.
venient material for roofing, being ; president thanking the asses of fellows" cannot spell anything but
easy to lay, low in cost, compact in ciation for their kindness and courtesy success. Manufacturers Fertilizer ,a:/
Best bulk and 'very durable. during" his vcars as president Cantain Farmer :han been engaged .- Jacksonville, Fla.
By Every Test The Government these few weeks in bridging r
recognized Recitation by Mrs. Marskie. "Little for the past f :
0TlM facts by choosing vast quantities of, Tim;" reading by Mr. and Mrs. .Robinson the creeks.between Deer Park and the f
( prepared roofing for ita great war''' ;, recitation, "My Mother," by Orange county line. HOOOOO.OHOO 00+00.0.00 0 OOMO UOOOooo ouoooo.
'Strong Withstood the Winter I constructive program. All the big Francher. About 45 members were 1 I
; Cow Bettor Tban UM Weak I cantonments were roofed with it. According present: Short talk by Mr. De Graw, MILK IN WINTER. ,

Yet most have Health Strength and Codnraac : to some authorities, had it and Mrs. Brand! was made chairman Why do your cows give less milk , I
I to fight Cold,Grip and Influenza, not been for the availibility of this for the next meeting to be held thefirst In. winter than they do in summer? \..4 ,
When jroor blood I* not In a healthy type of roof and its economy and convenience Tuesday in February in Oak Just because nature does not supply '-.-,. ,:\1
n s condition<< and does Dot circulate properly the Government would have Grove Park if weather is favorable, them with grasses' and green food. ,, ">
TOOT system to Unable to withstand Uta been seriously handicapped In. the if not, in the old G. A. R. hall. The But we have come to the assistance .4 "
Wlntarcold.GROVE'S. wonderful building record made. meeting closed by singing "Red of Dame Nature with B. A. Thomas' .". :
TASTELESS Chill TONIC I II The red or green surfaced shingles White and Blue." Stock Remedy which contains the \\1
have also been found to blend perfectly On Monday afternoon the Garrisonof that the feed
Fortifies the very ingredients green
System Against Colds
,
I ndlnflaansa by Purifying and GrIp with every,type of building/ material Army and 'Navy Union, and the supplies in season, only, of course,
Uae Blood. Enrichin: and are :very desirable from the Elsie P. McElroy Auxiliary, held joint in a more highly concentrated form.
ft contains the well-known tonic prop I'artistic! point of view. In any form installation of officers. The following We guarantee that this remedy will FertilizersPeace
situ prepared roofing is the accepted modern officers were installed in the Aux- milk and
of Quinine! and Iron in a form make your cows give more
acceptable to the most delicate stomach, I'' material for roofing purposes. iliary by National Installing Deputy better milk, with the same feed. Waters : a
and .is pleasant to take. You can soon feel Subscribe for the Kissimmee Mrs. Agnes Livermore, and Mrs. &; Carson,Grocery Company. *
its Valley Westcott, as National Lady Officerof
&renthen1nQ.lDvtQoratln.Effect. 60C Gatette.W .
., the day. Mrs E._Vreeland.-. Lady VEGETABLE AND FLOWER'' SEED stops the fighting but not the ,!
commander, Mrs. Minnie harbor,
..OOOOOO.OO OO..O.O.O.. ..O.O.OOOO..O..OOOO.O Lady Vice Commander, Mrs. Gardner, FOR FREE DISTRIBUTION feeding. Our armies at home and abroad

1 Lady Deputy, Mrs. Dora Francher,
Allies and ourselves must be fed.
our
Lady Adjutant; Mrs. S. E. Houston, Washington, D. C., Jan. 1, 1919.
For Good Lady Quartermaster; Mrs. AmeliaL. My Dear Sir: The United States More food must be produced in 1919. rt: 1
and Quick, Returns Hill, officer of the Day; Mrs. An- Department of, Agriculture has placed Lack of fertilizer will cut down your '
d na Turner, Lady Officer of the guard; at my disposal for free distribution
Mary McClay, Lady Sentry;' Mrs. a number of small packages of production. Labor, cars raw; materials 1
=SHIP TO= Sarah McCarthy Lady Pickett; Mrs. assorted vegetable and flower. .seed; all are limited. Fertilizer: factories must ..; !
,Agnes E. Livermore, Lady Patriotic also, a number of quart packages of
J. H. Hicks Instructor; Color Bearer No. 1.,"Mrs. new and improved cotton: seed whichIt 'begin shipping at once to move even a t,
Produce Co. Pauline Wise; Color Bearer No.2., desires to nave the farmers of FlorIda normal tonnage. by planting time.'R"' ,
Mrs. Dorothy Jaques Musician, Mrs. test and submit a detailed reportof t
110 E. ; I '
Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.'r ..- Helen Roby; Chaplain being absent, results in accordance with instructions ... Shape up your plans and order now. *. ",
was hot installed, and in the Garrison -each package will be accompanied -
Waters & Carson Co. Local
OJ' Grocery ,
"Left circular giving full Infor-
Get Acquainted' the following were installed by by a
Comrade Curtis, as National Installing mation regarding the variety and the Representatives N
Officer, assisted by Comrade Dep Department's plan for assisting in es- ," ,
{ Fla.
<" ++ + + t Kissimmee, .'
9 > a frfr fr + 4E. tablishing ,. "
National "
uty'as Officer of the Day; .. **
p i .. A. W. Doughty, Commander; Comrade I will thank you to give publicityto ::; f '" :Rc'Armour. Fertilizer Works '/ : ; \ ,
: ,
: Rogers, Junior Vice, Mr Sey. the foregoing and that I will be ; I
it'w, ,.:0., ''PAINTER', '. FERTILIZER, >COMPANY more Gardner, Quartermaster; Mr,I very glad tq have the Department Jacksonville.Fla. -/. .*<..,'j! ':' .->", ---i: :t
forward package of vegetable, flower :
'r A J. Holden, Pay: Master; J. W. a I
r
Jacksonville, Florida : Officer of the Day} Rev; J. Franeher'l ; or cotton seed, or a package of
; cott, ,: each-so long as they are available, ''
Chaplain.
Tertilizer Ias S.nyen
; ': *; cticidea" ; I Poaltry' Supplies : to any person interested. Yours very Border Now !

7'ihlny- )'Un'w.. |haw been nwnufaaurtnt fwiilir r.lii this SCMW., ..haw. cul'. .Ud ow POM Cored In 6 to 14 Days truly, DUNCAN U. FLETCHER.A I : 6'
kMMn in svoy county. In Florid nwet.ie nft 4 moon UPAZO OINTMENTf
to car*Icchtoi.blind.BUvdln' .orPrtKradln*Plk*. want ad. in the Volley Gazette
Writ.
F.r'Latest PrW 1.LsLj Jl"N...* always.U Ka* with QuKly'I atb> hI_ ItcJalD. 1'1.., ...d voqq __ .... m. :
1WU\aI....after,the Cri& applicaUga. rrac.toe:. will rent your iparef a. LI.aa ,j

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.,- THE EI5SIMMEE VALLET GAZETTE. FRIDAY JANUARY .
19, . , .. ,

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t" J J. A,.BLACKWELL AN- siwroupwrraNA ews these and Maxwell eleven and were Arnold cousins.Bogus Two and of

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,. Donald Faulkner, are Florida boys,
: and the latter at one time .JAnet' in

I SWERS THE LAST CALL lAD cur Kiisimmea. Osceola H'ard'areCn.-


," < J LETTER FROM LACY JOHNSON

E. S. HOFFMAN J, A. Blackwell.-.a prominent ..stock, 1Cet t 1> ..FltiM s .l)ittlg', 01 ;
M. D. man of this sectlon.'and a well known Dr lCklQ'e Ned D1.8co1'8I7.' :(Continued 'from Page 2) Lbcated on Kl&slmmee's
resident of ,Kissimmee, died very sudlenly .
OCULIST AND -
"
OPTICIAN "
at his apartments at*Mrs. F. G.Thoma.on' atone* Tb. first time I get a';: chance to have -
Eyes Examined by a Regular Re*. ,'"home, Monday morning. a picture made "over here," I will BUSIEST CORNER:;

.....red Physician.Gileses Mr. BlackweU had not been enjoy. mail you some, so you Clan see what

Fitted. ng good: health for some time but no C.ngb.. eelds and braachtal attada 'our wildcats' look like. Our infantry

Broken Lena Duplteat one considered his condition at all serous -they are all likely to reault la danger* got into action and upheld their nickname '.

28 W. Church St. Orlando, Fla. and the community was shocked ear. aftermaths unless checked in time.Dr. but we ,of the artillery were
And bow effectively and quickly
when it became known Monday momng do the Suit out of luck missing seeing action Oil HeatersWe
King's New Discovery helps to
: a question of a f
when he had answered the last Checjdng world Inflamed, irritatedmembranes ntryawu in un. 1
derstand that inf
W. B. Crawford Lea Jamil call. On Sunday afternoon Mr. Black. are soothed the-mucous thick our the .
well went for a long walk and on returning and of the fight and suffered quite
CRAWFORD ft JARRELLATTORNEYB.AT.LAW remarked that he was feeling .restful phlegm loosened follows.freejy quiet a few casualties. [*-don't... why sell four kind of Oil Heaters that are just the thing to chase "

quite well and thought he would re. All drugguts have It. Sold since 1869 they front couldn't before the have thing sent ended.us up"to. the the, chill out of the bones of people these cold morningi. We have
Offices! 4 5. 6, and 7 CltUens cover his former health. Shortly afer .
I Bank Building three o'clock Monday morning he I 1 It has been very cold here for ,the placed quite a number of these comfort-makers recently and till have .
awakened the family and within an I Constipation Emaclpation:: put two weeks ice every morning
Klsslmmee Florida and the thermometer a fair supply left. Shall we end one over to your house? .
hour he passed away. No more lay bowels, yellow com- hanging be.
: Rev. Hodnett. of the Methodist pie don. sick headache indigoatioa.embarassing tween zero and" twenty above. I have ,
DR. W. W. CARSON church: conducted funeral services at breath when you use ..a had to break ice in the water bucket

DENTIST r the house at 5:30) and the Masonic corrective Dr. KinA New Life Pil.... before washing every., morning since

Office ever Pilley Building lodge performed the masonic ceremony They syatemattce tile systeo aad keep coming here and they say it is warm

Office Hours! I-II 1-1 for this ocasion and accompanied be world looking cheerful.not here compared to what it Is in Valda- We get enthusiastic when we write about Rugi. We have' $o
OS<*. 'Phone IIS Residence ''Phoa II the body to,the train. At Jackllon.ville hon for Camp du Valdahon Is in the : delicate
,Oaa Administered for Extraction .. the Masons of that city were in been so general as was the case in foot of the Alps. I surely thought by many prettyonelin tints to harmonize with other furnishing

Teeth charge of the interment and the remains 913. The minimum temperature on now that we would be buried under of refined hom>!.. They are soft to"the touch pleasant to'the eye.. and ,twill

:. were laid to rest in the family the night of Jaunary 1 was 26 at Pasadena several here feet that of it does snow but the people brighten any room that they are placed in.. We ,wouldn't make c3
LEWIS O'BRTANATTORNEYATLAW lot in Woodlawn ,cemetery. and Corona, 22 at Riverside, 25 say not start to snow
Mr. Blackwell is survived,, by his at Pomona and Redlands. at Santa ,until about Christmas and\ then it such a roar about them if we wern't sure that we could please! our '

l' widow.. two daughter., Mrs. George Anna 24at San Bernardino, SO at comes down until everything is snowed customers with this line of good ;
Sawyer. of Tampa and Mrs. J. P. Santa Barbara and San Fernando and under. I think the weather here
)
Waring Building. Klrven of Dovesville S. C., and one 38. at San Diego t is about like that we have in Wash 1

lion.' Paul K. Blackwell of this City. No Damage to Florida.The ington. You can bet'with all our Red ... .
Pat hnton O. P. Garrett Mr, and Mrs. George Sawyer of prospects are for prices of ,Cross sweaters mufflers, helmet an
JOHNSTON & GARRETT Tampa came to Kissimmee immed- Florida fruit to rise shortly and the. gloves we are prepared to keep warm Ms Msthat
: no matter what happens. Fishermen and other who us* I lantern will be interested to know
lately of the
upon receipt news of Mr. immediate effect will be to steady the
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Blackwell'a death, arriving here Monday market according to the belief here. What do. YOU think! I have to getup we are handling Paull' Lantern with brat or copper non-rutting

Offices. 10, 11/and 12 Citlsen Bank night. The deceased's brother. J. As to the recent cold weather here hold at reveille.six clock every morning and founts. They are much more'durable than those mde of tin.'' fl
Building W. You see our bunch is .
from
Blackwell came Darlington, the Florida' Citrus Exchange makes at, .
Klaslraraee. Via. S. C., another brother, E. L. Black- the following statement regarding its present separated from the detachment j
and
well, of Hartsville, S. C.; and his effects: they are making me hold

business partner, Thomas Wilson of "There'' Is absolutely! no damage reveille which gets me out of bed every

Sumpter, was also present at the fun done to the citrus fruits in this state. morning at six o"clock without ..
:. p' eral Mr. Wilson being In the partyof In fact the cold weather of the last fail. I surely hope the detatchmentwill Every home where open fire-places are in use. should have screensto

CflRSONFIIRffIEBSE relatives who left with the body few nights has had a very good.effectand In order all start that sleeping the first together again keep the spark from setting fire to thing. An ounce of prevention
Tuesday night. should from sergeant can '
fruit now on
Mr. Blackwell'was born-in Darling In absolutely sound carry condition. We do hold revile and I can sleep a few i il worth more than a whole fire department in uch case We sell

ton. S. CM and lived there during his not know at this .time what damage know minutes longer in the morning. ]I them-The Screen we mean not the fire department
roung manhood. He was married in has been done to vegetables. but but it will be hard for you to believe I

Williams county S. C., then movedto probably not much and only lettuce I actually get up without any
Darlington and later his business hat is headed will show any frost ef- kind of alarm or anything else-just

connection took him to Georgia then fects. It seems that propaganda is in the habit of waking up early.

Fire, Life, Accident and to-Florlda.; The family resided in this being spread over the- country that I wish I could have taken some

state for the past twenty years, at Florida has, received severe kodak snaps of our bunch with our
Health, Plate Glass, Liability Bradentown and Ash ton. and for a Tampa Tribuae. freeze'1 J full packs on. I know you would ask Osceola Hardware Co.
I I where I was for r
year or more In Kissimmee. lie owned my pack was larger rf
, and Boiler Insurance. large ranches and cattle Interests HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB J than I could ever hope to bed Everything

,1 near Lake Cypress, adjoining theCan- we owned .was on our backs
4 Legal Bonds Executed ->e Creek ranch and the ranch formerly MEETS NEXT MONDAY After we get back to the States 'we i J1
t', owned by the late John M. Lee. He -. !will!' all regret that we were not allowed -i .
was nesting his sixtieth birthday The Jaunary meeting of the Home 1 to photograph our little visit FOR RENT-Funlshed flat with State Of Georgia,

It Same Dar Needed when he passed aW.7.Mr. Demonstration Club will be held at 1 to Europe but it was for the best modern Improvement. W B.. Hair's! TO GEORGIA Defendants.FARM ''LOAN COM- ,-
Blackwell was a. consistent the demonstration kitchen on Stewart i and no one should kick but neverthe a corporation orsranlsed and
Gazette office. 14-tf PANT
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Christian for thirty years, and a avenue, Monday. January 13, at, 2:30 !less we all wish we had some pictures under th. Law of the Stab
r member of the Methodist church. He pm. .of what happened. of Oeorsrla: '
OFFICE: rstite! Bilk Bolldlig be'I'I WRENS BANK, a corporation'under
served his home church' at Bradeti- The topic for the session will I am at present billeted with a LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS th* Law* of th*
town as steward at on time. He was "The Planning of Meals" and bulle French family. Have .a room ,all to FARMERS STATE fAKGarcco r. r I

, a member of the Masonic lodge of tins from the State College for Women i myself whereas most of the boys are of poratlon Oeorsrla under. ,the Law of the State

Kissimmee but ,had never moved his under whose auspices the housekeepers I in J'OOIp..nth. two or three more witha ItOTICBl Or STOCKHOLDERS DANK OF: ROOPV1LLE a corpora;
J. W. THOMfSON membership In the Knights of Pyth covrae is conducted will be i good stove washstand table and MBETIUQ. tion under the Laws. of the State of 1
" used in arranging the program for m.
you annual
las lodge from his former home.: The regular
meeting 'of the BANK OF MOLENA. a corporation
Mr. Blackwell's death will be keen. the afternoon. I'II say th.t.1 hate to think about mov Stockholder of the Tucker Brick Company under the Laws of the Stab of Oeor-
Funeral l Director 'y' felt by hit many friends here and At each meeting/ of the club a house ing The people clo'' ,verythinj will be held In the office' of the gla: .
keeper's favorite recipe will be demonstrated can to make me comfortable. I Company at Kls.lmmee Fla., 'at 10 BANK Or'DECATtTR, a corporationunder
In other the where he is
of state
I parts this occasion Mrs. wish I o'clock a. m., Thursday. ;Jan. Kth 1111. the Laws of the state, of Oeor-
and could
4Y ANDLICENSED known. on talk'- French, in orderthat'T for the election of a Board of Director. Slat: '
', S. H. Bullock president of the club i might get along better. It real. and the transaction of, such business BANK'OFpLA.JNVILLE. a corporation -

C. E. PUTMAN WILL GIVE will demonstrate the making of "cur-i ly makes it hard when they an trying I a. may come. .before th- meeting. under. the Law. of' the State ofGeorgia
J WADE TUCKER. PN"It. ;
l ( EMBALMER ry." to do everything they can for you .- W. O. HANKINJ8. 10. Pro-Tem. WHITB C00NTT BANK,. a corpora.
I, BIBLE READINGS HERE The public generally Is invited to'attend i and you don't halt understand what! ion '" the Laws. of the Stat.. of
these meetings and it is sug- 'they are trying to do. We were lucky I, NOTICE TO) CREDITORS. iornlaT
Store and Chapel] .Stewart ATSJ Kissimmee will be '''favored next rested that each lady, bring a note to bill
of ,
.. the complaint Sled hereinagainst
I. the Comwt . "
with Bible and Cewatr Jad Oe laCe
week a series of Readingsby **>
JDNI-.a. book and pencU. !'''American' candy the other day ..tr. Stale ef Fl...**. you In the above entitled
.. C. E. Putman, of Richmond Kans.. 'i>bought several boxes and +uwve one of I I I !. M Eat... .. Clyde H. Baa*. ,January cause on X.or D before. the! Jlth. day of
who has a nation-wide reputation as SURPRISTBIRTHDAY SOCIAL IN ills
them the mademoiselle and she ---- ;
(" < O > ) sure OreQltora ITh t.ein.m.e Vally Oasttt' ishqrePy
lad .
To all 1)btrlbutsecand
a Bible reader and author. The meet. HONOR OF MRS. C. H. MOODY wag J to get it. I don't guess dur-' all Person Lerateea. htvlnir, Claims or cb.\ena\ ( s, th e pew.p.per in
L M. TILLER Inca will be held at the Dixie Theater |sing these War times the French are Demand against Said Ktat> which tR'f. Ortf.r'hall. b. t u'fl'U.II.c1
beginning Thursday. January 16th. at I :fpu. one*) >a week for four .on ecutlv*
!accustomed and eaoh of herebynotified'
Mrs. C. H. Moody was greatly surprised .' to very much sweet stuff. you are we k.. oK >I' ,
Real Estate 7:30 o'clock end will continue for a Saturday evening when quit 'I I I My mall is conning very regularly Claims Jlnddemands and required which to.present' any :iTIEa mI-aaed aaa tk. .Seal of I,
i ; A9eMCy.NeNNfNNNWMYaNNN.e. you or
I I{
: week or ten days. crowd of her friends gathered at 'now- but there will never be 'a time either of you' may have airalnst the: aajd .Court at CUtmn*. Oe *olaC
The meetings are under the auspice. a when I I' estate of <<:; Baa*, deceased lat* Unty. Florida this 10th day of, Decamber. -
her home at 1017 Emmett street, to will say Am receiving tool I i County A. D. lOlL BSEAL.
< Realty bought and sold. of the Moody,,Institute of Chicago, celebrate her' 72nd birthday anniversary. many letters, so keep on writing'every i<'derslyned of Oeceola dmlalstratrlx, Florida/ of to Said the un estate I ( .) J. L. OVXROTRBBT..

" Houses, rented. which their in interest.itself is a recommendationof Mrs. Moody, though 72 years ; time :you can. In the past week I within- l two years -from ,the .dabhereof. .Clerk. of. thai' Circuit Klerlda Court... O* *olaOonntyy ,

; Taxes paid and Titles veriaed Mr. Putman is a former 'ranch man old house, enjoys work good is just health a pleasure, and doing hear.her.;have'so you received see I am< about, pot bejpg a dozen treated letters top Dated. .RUBY December 0. BASS.29th.Administratrix.A- D.. 1019.3st. I. LANDiSDFISHH1 BULLOCK.HULL. 'D.. C. .

and business man of Kansas, who'hssbeen Solicitor for Complainant. It-It
for nostreiidenta.i ., The entire guests presented to her a badly. The first month after >re reached

I i ; FIN Life and Accidemt: law .church an for elder 40 years.in the He Presbyterian has retired gold broach pin. set with a with sapphire.social never here going it did to seem hear'from though, home we ,were' but I 1 ;.J. .c "nITOR., 1 ,
The evening was spent 1919 AUTO TAX .
his other activities and
suranca.Indemnity: from
conversations, and at the conclusionof now they know we are over here and I. C..rt'if the Ca.tra.eae.; : O.ee.la M
, ; Bond devotes. his time to this great work the evening. hot tea, sandwichesand we receive everything within a month r.*aty. a4/e ./ "....... .h,
Mr. Putman comes highly endorsedby NOW DUE I. lie'10.41s *I Wllllasa T. 11aklass.'
I' made candy was served. rafter' they are mailed in jlie States. ,\ let
.., It. ......... .t.. ., ... such notable men as Charles A. home and Mrs. W. 11 I I I Believe me, I sure Would.like to beat a
Mrs. Hester M. Henry
To all Creditor Le..at.,- Distributes
.' Blanchard, president Wheaton College -, t'1
,borne when the bathing season
.
hostesses. I and all Pereons having Claims
II. Swain
,, Wheaton Ill.; Wm. A. Rice. A.. The invited were guests were: Mr. and starts next!; year Once,I get In the Tar Mw .Ready far Skipsaeat De panda against said .Estate! : or /Jl
M.. Department of Education, Wheaton You, and each of are hereby no-
water, they are sure going to have you. :
College R. M. Russell teacher M... C. H. Moody. Mr. and Mrs. F. The legislature charmed the rate. tined and required to.. present any Y
; N. Adamson, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hart some time''R''ttlna'' me out for I haven't for registration of motor vehicle for claim and demand which you. or i
Bible Doctrines and Homiletics enjoyed a swim since I left home. 1919. Tax duo from persons In the either of. rou.y asralnat the
J.
and Mrs.
Moody Institute; W L. Tucker editor Mrs W. M. Shoed Mr. We have a little stream near where State SO day: estate of William T. Jiave . 4..c..., ?

. City Market Wonderful Work Magazine, New Broughton McPhatter Mr.!Mr| S.and Lattie Mrs., Mrs.Harrison Luicle we. are staying now but it has been Motorcycles ...RATES._-_.__.___...$ S.00 ed.the late undersigned Oiceola administrator County. Florida of said to, pd

York City. Clayton, Mrs. Luke Brinley Mrs. covered with ice ever since we came Horsepower A. L. A. M. A. ..estate within two Tar. from the date
These meetings promise to be" a and know Its too cold for'a Flor hereot. ,
wonderful treat to the people of Kis Daniel Mrs. A. J. Brown; Mr. and you Ratinr Dated December 7th. A.' D. 1118.W. .tA
ida' In.
bath You
cracker to take a
.
Hen-
M. .
Mrs. Hester B. MAKINSOIT.51st.
Mrs. E. Phay,
simmee and'should be well attended. Automobile., IS horsepower or
The is cordially. dry, Mr. and Mrs. W. H and Master .cant imagine how much I would en- ........__.__... 100 .. . .. AdmlnUtrator.NOTfCH p,
public generally Lee and Russell swainnS Mrs.C. I I lout I a good .w1m Islandke Conway or Automobile.,over M to 27 H. P. 800.
vited! to be present at,every meeting at Paradise Automobile. over 17 to IK H. P. It.OO NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Phone 44 II. Summen.Contribu( ) Automobile. over IS horsepower It.00
I the GazetUs
enjoy reading Valley
sure Automobile seating. ten or more 100.00 !. Ceart e f .he CewjsitT Judge. O-.olt
\ Few ,Escape. .MISS GLADYS GRIFFIN ENTER. because they are. just like letters Truck, not more than 1 ton.. 10.00 Casty State .. Flarldsi. 1
There are few indeed who escape from- home. Since you started Truck., over one .ton and not I. re Ee.a .< y ... Hyatt
having at least one cold during the TAINS. I mailing them as first-class mail I over s ton __-...___..____ tl.00 ;- :: t
.
Truck, over I ton., .not over' To all C..dlto.te.** Distrib S''
winter months, and they are fortune have been (rettingthem every week, 4 ton _.*-....... 110.00 utees an4 all Persons having Claims ,
ate who have but one and get through Miss Gladys Griffin entertained a ,which I don't think would do if they I Truck., .overtone ....__.... 100.00 or Demand against said Estate:
'
with it quickly and without any ser number of her ,friends Saturday! came as second class mail. We skip Dealer .. ....-__.._.-.-_____ 1*.JOChauffeur You and each of you are herebynotified
CHRISTIAN CHURCU the t.00Hearses and required to present any
night with a pretty party .t. --:---- !-,-----
ions consequences. Take. Chamber ,about so often that newspapers don I casket waa-on and am.bulance claims which you, or either
10:00-.Sunday SchooL Iain's Cough Remedy and observe the home of her parents,*:Mr. and Mrs.I' receive the care they should when operated by undertaker may have against the estate orfclOf: Y

directions with each bottle and you J. 'J. Griffin, on Main street., The they through the different places ___.........__..._... 10.00 Hyatt. deceased lat of Osceola Coun-
11:00-Sermon.15 .- i go ty: Florida to the undersigned admlnatrator 7
with I Ibonfire .... .. ,
young people made merry a big The law re..lr.e as) as. rehandled.
vre likely to be one' 6f the fortunateones. !I where the mail ,is But ....... of aald estate, within two
: -Y. P. S. C. E. The worth and merit of this where'they toasted mashmalllows when you realize thet so many fellows ...t..U_far. .eea..*.!* ..* tally* remtatrd.All ...w..... year from the date hereof.
and with games .and dancing ...... Dated November ttth. A. D. KIS
'7:00-Sermon. remedy has been fully proven.' Thereare throw'them away without look- / MV eerree.- 1erseaalekek
W. B. CRAWFORD.
many families who have always numbers in doors. I 1 ling: at them you can't blame the men delay d.llvery.Blank. . I1-1L Admlnlatrator.
Prayer meeting each Wednesday used it for years when troubled with Delicious hot chocolate and wafers that have to handle the mail. Here's .. may!>. had from', Oarage.
were served at the close of the even Tax Collector.. Sheriffs. Clerk ,Circuit NOTICE Or ADMINISTRATOR''
7:30. L. A. each Thurs. and with the though that don't throw anything '
evening at S. a cough or cold very one Court or by applying to :, '
ing. About twenty-five guests werepresent (F.r Phil Di.ebarge.)
best results. away when it comes from the. old
: 4( day. ERNEST .
' to enjoy the event. AMOS,
home town. I. Ce.r .C Ceaaty Judge State .f q
Junior C. E. each Friday at 9:00 GREAT DAMAGE bONE BY I have written about everything Comptroller, TaBakauee, Fla. : .......... ,I.
m. m.Youtig. MRS. WILLSON WRITES that I can possibly think of so will l-4t. -

Ladles' Circle meets each. CALIFORNIA---.-. ,COLD" WAVE .S BOOKLET stop.>> Will try to write again in a few IN riRCtrrr COURT SRVENTHJVDI-' !. N Eatat O **.la.C.fT._ W. ......u..

aecond Sunday. Following the freeze .in ;California "When the Boys Come Back'From days.With CIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR OS Notice I* hereby given to all whomIt
just lots and lots of love to CEOLA COUNTY rLORIDIN . may concern that oa the lUb day
C. W. B. meets the first Friday on January 2.more accurate: information France.* a dainty' :book)** *w the all, asking to be remembered to all CHANCBRY. of April. A. D. U..J shall Judge,to
in ,the shape of ,private advice benefit of the Red Cross is the latest the HohorabU T. *f
In each month. my friends in Kissimmee\ and wishing said Court, as Judge .of Probate. for
Church Board meets first Sunday la at hand in regard to the amountf I contribution to the, literary-field from I all a merry Christmas,' I am. Devotedly ORDER FOR CONSTHUOTITHViCB. '1E04 finAl dlscharsr a* ASn lnlatratrl: *f
damage dons..there) and It is apparent the pen ei ;)In. Mlnale )(00N-WIU.I LACY E. JOHNSON.Headquarters the estate o[ am. W.' Prentla, d-! ;
afternoon each month. that the citrus has been badly j I ceased:, and that at the same time Iwill ,
the
crop son. It was *> atedIby >Tampa Detachment 15*th present to aald court my,anal. accounts -'
You are cordially invited to our hart although tlietreea have not been ,Tribune 'Publishing Company; and FieldArtillery' A. E.| F. EDWARD W. BOWEN Complainant- a* Administratrix. oi said ,**-.
..nie... Injured rAn.indication regarding may" be'purchased at'the; ', I ; EMORY U LEBLET ..andJBNNTB! K.LE8LET. tat, and ask for tb.lt lH'C"'aL'. ,
mount of damage>>A.Ia. ntain Sawyer Book, ;.gtetp. : Tonic Lmxmtlre -his wife and WALTER C. Dat.d September 17.It., 1) .111 .' tlh
41-tt. W..H.: ColesaanPastorBOQU that wIDDer-1 r A BASS SB. and ARAMINTA E. BASS, MART I', >>RaJITI8:
in advices stating pick
.; . private .. ,.tau wIII .sae th. bUt on toe lb ned hi*.wlf. klaaiMMBBjCATTUE; COM. o.a-an-f-6-me. .: ,A4lmlll.ue.tLL. ?
ingand packing of.fruit frss been pr- SIXTEEN. RELATIVES OF Jk.S. ol.wetheayet.m TH YwI&1MoI&- PANT a corporation organised and

: T FOR, REV..HODNETTTThile'Ber I dered .auspeadedtfromJangaTy,6'ty'" BOGUS SERVING COLORS'Poseiblrno .erdtaaBMagta* Hunan* Is end* a fteJs* exiting. under.OteOAOIA the law* of the State NOTICE. ../011'...AL AD..I'r..TO DISCktAMOSft, la ,," '.
Of riorUa .. 13 whlK-an.inve tJptlon,of,the situ. ..... COMPANY,;a corporation orsranlawl In Court of County 4****>_ ,tate .f R -'
;/Hodnett las been>> 'a tion >be ,, ., ;' : "'c:7id.vi I It. oc oia.CoMtyrh ',BetS&Z'f& /
paslor can made. 'I' ', i.iliiiareitliihbflgtalf l I LAX-PlS WITH PEPSIN and e&I.UI1" under the ...... .ot the riorlja ... .
in Kissimmee only' a'short :'timeVetfeel JUeording,, to 40fermtion Jtyaai: C7W1Jmore rela- b 6e aaok ., a a..... ... Ferant Lasatlve State of Qoora1a; EN8 BANK a Iwo,. ... Z iJ&ikraMrTZ a
certain i the/"foUowlntr trtbut bare estimates,ot the; amount of ,jdajn .tires in military-service daring the!, ylakJt._raU T.* Btat Heanscb PUilusia.. corp State ratlsnanden leersIa11JARMERSBTATl1 e Iawe-.f +the that . ,

" 'f oW .the-Plant Cit7t'Cowtler not age ,dOQl .t* .tth. .Glttornla ... o.u.I ,war than..Mr. and ] ( -rASo 1 Boon.''d M lye esasah.Taw3M OM eM......../ DANK of.. .{-r..IfY.. tloa: Under...the ....... D. /{SyS&dSE'SJ9 : t
N.T....11w.aNtksupsi.., Al..r.u..e of the l L ...&!....xTOII' Hoaorabl T. kf. MarBKyJJf. <'s:* y
estiroate.ltiawaRtbtoo to. Stat
higtl Jyl, "treTn":0 J5Q "f > o.qr..I.: '
I resident . ; crop vary < COnti .of.Cat poIILr1IWIv an ao srty ,.........LuadN is eM tf.....e(CcIIdI..... ROOPVTLLB, a-etperatlon'endeeabeLwi i .aid CMHTaa ledge rrees.d. far my.
.. "Mo of Plant City ever Hqwever.-with-tbiB.temjefafure. rang' d osrgee.+aDCI'-ncuN',. ... ..........., of the Bu t. of Georgia. BANK flnal dleharr a* Admlnltratrl of ta.
won a wanner place in the heart of: frg from 21 tp.27 fa*different+ Nc1gp1 4nts.haw ). t sons ........ Of MOLBNA a.eorpocau-o 4r-h* estate, of D. C. L**. deceased, ant that r
.oaf t people' than Aso x n. .?. Bpdoet*. covering, 'If''JI8raacs..fA. >Aeekat. ..eV1' 'sAt a.reT6WpTe :r ayily'tea.iont) ..,urban' ftPIIII16\.u.0t4 Law of the 8tate;..t GeorE4)BANK at Court th* sam Anal time aeconat I will prevent a* Ad...lBltra to said .,
underthe my :
-t- OP'.DECATUR eorporatlcn
a. .1cl.sb.me.'lboaldltwi Igratefsl dent .tha.damaige ka* fceen .aTat.While. f inset**.*a .aervie flag for six- ss :.!.. Pkwct Law .of the" a State 8f.. fk rsta! iris Pf ,raid estate sad ask toe tbel* ap-
to the Florida. Conference :'or C ending .practically*all .ocang*. district: .' leier.-beys.-ell, rlatfT s of Mr. l; I1U BANK: -PLAINVILLai a corporation ,' "
:him to From.'the Bi down the = .. sew.iv Pat. under the ...... oftb.. e of weed; July Slth. A. IX Ills. f
lips shop have seen injured according ffi1a .... _
Nrw. Two
wareshown. ...
f : : Bog>e.I. ; ,"iehWTals. ma.a6at.n/e .. Georgia, and WHITE COUNTY ,BANK FLORA B. z4z. & -.1.......... ;i t.-
'It lad no better'man '*. word leashing bere > damage has
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....-- .dispoesaL"' ,, ....... of'these ware grandsons, three neph a corporation w.d.t the Lava of the Sl-leat-taie .41' 4.J
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'/gyp. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY. JANUARY 10. 191t.> ,.

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.. ... _ . . . ,', _ _, ,,_ __ .., .. ..nI __ .. alive at least to the) that value the of people the first here Impressions "'irs 'FLORIDA. ., STATE HERE, LIVE'NEXT STOCK .1

'ASS'N. ,.. . WEEK .
,
; for he submitted to the meeting -

,\\I Ii }{Notice toMy friends and the ,, ": leases for the vacant lots adjoin-- The' seventh''annual -convention! of
< d ing the A. C.'L. which had been
depot,
.p. -V : J . the Florida State Live StocsvAssociajtion ,
: li ; > secured for a city park. which meet in Kissimmee on
General ,Public! / ; Mr. Steed reminded the '.
f 1 . /; men present ,Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of J
of the repeated efforts to gain next week, promise to be the roost:Jf r
'
I HAVE BOUGHT possession of the vacant lots adjoining interesting and instructive session 'in f 1

4 the A. C. L. depot and beautify it fora the history of -the organization- and i ...,,.w .Mw.. rr

J.: TT T CITY MARKET city park. He then presented the the city is looking forward with no I
i meeting with leases from all parties small degree of pleasure to those

and_will carry a. full line of Native and Western Meats; also Apala concerned, covering for an indefinitelength dates when approximately 400 of the j ?e. r w w.ll '
of and stated that the
time
I men and women who have met with
chicola Oytters. city was now :in' position to begin no small degreeof success in the I I

i SMALL PROFITS work .at once. ''stock indu.try'will. be guests of the
SALES: AND
.
FOR QUICK I W. J. Steed. II. C. Stanford and city. ,.. ll

. I ,WILL ABSOLUTELY SElL' FOR CASH ONLY, I Mayor Cadel were named a committee'to I The official 'delegates and accompanying A445
.
"'present the matter to the councilat visitors are expected to arI > fy

' AH orders must be in by 5 o'clock p. m. for delivery same day. Thank the regular January session. :hive I early Tuesday morning and it Is PONT 'I 011:lUll l' rHOCHASTI.MATIO TO PROWL AROUND c' .YOUR

ing.you in advance I am your for business I.l. Before the mass meeting ajourned whispered aheavy penalty will be imI PHKMISESI
I
It went on record by vote( ?
a unanimous I on one leaving the city be-
favoring the bulkheading movement, posed any if ,The only way to accomplish three.things which need to be done. Is to
McCRANlE fore ;Thursday evening, in fact any take the bull by the horns and do them. After they are done ,you are
J.
J. providing' the estimates seem reason: one slips away he must do so by clad you did tn : : able and the plan of procedure was a.. stealth it' is rumored < I I pllihmvnt. ,' .

.......... feasible. one.ERNEST 'I A splendid program covering the I,I Many of you have known for a longtime .that. your homesnvedrd (
1 nmethlnir new In the Furniture IIn You have not
FOX TO WED KNOXVILLE problems confronting the stock grow ::. only actually needed them for u.n and convenience, but. your
ers of this state will be !ariven at the' homes have needed them from the standpoint' of rumpltn
', JOHN BEAMAN KILLS AN absolute intergrity and This strong BRIDE county court house on Tuesday and and appvaranr. Our artist does the dodo. .an extinct bird, to
sense of humor have made him more I I Wednesday, when women as. well as I I typify procrastination/ .
AMERICAN BALD EAGLE ordinary KiilBiruUk: prBrrastlaaHlvBi T..... _.. a better .) we ,
friends and well wishers than sirvrr tlsie. se 9c..er
,
The Sunday Journal and Tribune of men will address the meeting. j had a salter .....k .f .......U....-. ..... right cowl),
individuals often may boast of.. I' morning a short business 1
in beautiful Knoxville Tenn., 'published the following On Thursday
Beaman brought a
i J. L. Judge Kribbs I. too well known hereto I' session will be held then'the j
trophy Monday when he 'returned of his announcement of an C.. H. G R A.N THA M
'; from a bird hunt near Kissimmee. an need any detailed 'mention ing wedding which will be approach-I convention will adjourn to the County i I .
career. to the Gazette's readers Fair grounds, where an Osceola county "
American Eagle measuringfully "ev : I Th. Satisfactory Start"
, Alexander Akerman 'amem-
was
feed
of his wings. Mr and Mrs S. B. Dow announce Stock Show and homegrown
to tip
en feet from tip
ber of the Georgia bar in 1892. and I I At the ..
discovered this king off the engagement and approaching!whiiiit will be going on. noon j.
llr. Beaman __ _
1
was United States district attorney of hour the county and city of Ktsslmntee -
birds endeavoring to catch a rabbit marriage their'daughter .Magdalen | I =
forced there for 17 years. lie also practicedlaw to Mr. Ernest Reuben. Fox. will be hosts at. a good old-fash' -

l among to shoot the him palmettosand three times with was No. 7%S in Washington where he resided The wedding, which is to( occur the ioned barbecue when they expect to morningand 'continues through oO' ..
: before he the i for some time, then returned to Geor latter part of January will be solemnized have the general public for their Thursday. The meetings will be held I Make Specialty of
chilled shot
gave up a
h The bird,is 'I jt'ia.Ir.! Akerman Is'a brilliant attorney at the home of.the bride in the guests as well as the out of town in the Tampa' Bay Casino building,
battle. a splendid sped.man
the white head in and is a great addition to the: presence of the immediate families. visitors They are planning to enter- and the Woman's Missionary Union Repairing1NNERTJJBES
gleaming
legal fraternity of Kissimmee. hundred will hold their session in the .
onethousand to fifteen First }
second 'tain
its Miss Magdalen Dow is- the
soft drab of
-.sharp. contrast tail to feathers the are also W. J. Steed is a graduate of the daughter Mr. and Mrs. )Dow. guests At this celebration.In I.I i Baptist Church. Rev. J. J. Farmer I

body. The beak and tallona law course at Stetson University, and Mr. Fox is the"son of Mr. GeorgeW. the afternoon amusing! local'rac-;:and Rev. O. B. Falls, James 1>1. Will-))
white. The sharp
inch in length had several years of successful practice Fox, of Kissimmee, Fla.. and is in es will be pulled off., featuring cow :,son and Mrs. Modi expect'to be present .
l which were an or more ''
of his profession here before en business in Knoxville. ponies raised and owned in 'Osceola.' at these meetings C. A. Carson, :
formidable ,
rather WORK GUARANTEED
I indicate he would be in a "hand- listing. Mr. Steed is one of the best county, and the stock will be judgedand who is on the board of trustees for MY

i enemy to encounter a liked young men in the' city.. His Miss Dow Is the daughter of S. B. the premiums awarded. ''Columbia I College, and N. C. Bryan,
The birdwas purchased I
to-hand fight.Cadel and will be mount popularity is not alone with the young Dow who is a wholesale merchantand A special meetingwill be. called for one of the trustees for the Orphanage JACK SPARLING .. '
bv Mayor ''I
is Lewisi people, for his unfailing courtesy and prominent business man of Knox- the stock growers of Osceola, Bre- at Arcadia, will likely attend the .
;, ed by the local taxidermist. willingness to lend his influence to. yard St. Lucie and Okeechobee counties board meeting for these institutions THE VULCANIZER 'I1'jI

i Lang. ward every progressivemovement ville.Mr.. Ernest Fox has visited Kissimmee during the afternoon to discuss during the convention. '
has made him a wide circle of friends. on several occasions and has a the advisability of beginning the active j i Rev. Falls will take a prominent 107 BROADWAY "f

KRIBBS-AKERMAN &: The new firm will enter the year number of friends to bfTer felicitations - campaign for cattle tick. eradication part on the program, speaking Tuesday I

STEED NEW LAW FIRM 1919 with an auspicious outlook. on his approaching marriage. this.pring. on the Orphanage Home at Arcadia
Throughout the convention, the and on Wednenda" reporting on

i 'KribbeAkernnan-and Steed I. ''the CITIZENS IN MASS MEETING Graystone Hotel will headQuarters ;I the Temperance work. AVOID THBBB. DANGER1 Chills anA
INTERESTING FEATURES OF' I Influenma (Grippe) Colds
I information bureau will be cs- Mr. Willson will sit with the;Bap .. .. 'I
; name of a new law firm just established and :Fever Malaria can avoided <>
t in Kissimmee to practice law VOTE SOLIDLY FOR BULKHEAD STATE LIVESTOCK MEETING stablished in the lobbv where all delegates : cured If Plank' Chill Tonlo Is used.
It has been a standard remedy In
and visitors should report on
in the state and federal courts. KribbeA ( '
Southern homes for over fifteen rear*
Steed have been enjoying' envia- (Continued trom Page One) their arrival, or at any time then desire -' DEATH CLAIMED MRS. REGERO.Mrs. and duringthe epidemic It saved thousands
Continued .
( from One
(l>Ie patronage,for some time when the and believed Page ) its aid to secure accommodations, of lives. It :. In addition a good
''ijoafor. partner"volunteered for miliMry favoring bulkheadlnjt' now, Angus.: etc.. Nicholis Regero died at her ".Dua} tortlo. 15 and to o."ta at drug
the opening up of the streets Pat Johnston-.Angus and Brahma home Thursday morning at 8:30 after and general tores. Mt;. only or ,
% ,serviceand : the naval re- would be a natural outgrowth of the Tropical Cooperative Co.. Jacksonville.Florida. .
: (;. C. l'artlnrade Angus and FOOD,. FFEH AND FORAGE I j a lingering illness. Every effort had .-Adv. .:

MrfAkerman11hadf f: ; Just given up development.Pat Johnston emphasized the need Brahma. MEETINGS.Three been made for- recovery without result. .
Dr.-Carson-Jersey Dairy Cattle.J. Her husband and daughters
liis law practice in Georgia .and movedto railroad and said .
regulations
of better .
Kissimmee (about that time hopingto Wade Tucker- erseys. to be held as follows were by her aide when the end came -- -
meetings
if it F.
benefit his health and Judge Kribb. he would favor bulkheading Mr. Johnston expects to have a fine ,'I and the other members Of the family to do so, but they art taxed a membership .
I
secured hi. assistance to complete a would result in moving the freightyard I showing of hogs also. County Agent : Settlement: School house. .'have been wired. No funeral arrange. fee of $1.09( in place of 50

bulk of'work the firm had on hand. with the noisy, smoky engines, Javens is interesting the growers in Partin 24th. intents I I will be made until they reach cents It has not been generally
that are a public nuisance to the residents 10 a. m.. January '
Mr; Akerman proved to be so con sending samples of their home grown 2:30p. here. known/ that the ordinary work-
J blocks out of the dis School. house,
genial ae well as efficient; that ,the for many feed and expects to have a splendid Shingle Creek 24th.: I I I Mrs. Regero leaves a husbantirfrdaughters .ing man is privileged to. join the.

partnership of Kribbs & Akerman tri t'of the city. collection, including silage. m., January 10 m., ''. Mrs. R. V. Marsicano of Loafers, and up to date, J. Jeffords,
talk House a.
.; flourished till the close of the war A. S. Nelson made a strong that The most interesting feature of the ''Kissimmee: Court .1'I I Tampa Mrs. J, C. Harris and Mrs. cashier of,the State :.Bank. R. S. "

when Mr.- Steed was honorably diecharged favoring bulkheading, stating show will be the races of course, and j January 25th. Park 2:30p. Claud Townsend, of Paris Texa.t and Floyd one of the progressive grocersof
Grove ,
Oak
valuation of the
; from service and came home. the increased property Messrs. C. W. Ward and E. L. Lesley,I St. Cloud: :i Miss Louise, of Kissimmee; three Kissimmee-and.Ernest Green the

The gentlemen looked over the field should defray substantiate all the expense his statement of who have the events in charge have m., January JAVENS/26th.- County Mgt I sons, Frank Regero, of Macon'Tony sign painter, signed up under the provision

We and decided that it'. scope was the work. .To arranged for a two day program to M.. M. I Regero, in the naval reserve at Key ,. ;
sufficient for three legal lights, so he showed a plat of land reclaimed contain five events each. There will : FOR AN. West and Charlie Regero. who is'em- The regular members who have enrolled
of TRADES
not long ago by the city E. L. LESLEY
they formed thenew partnership. be no entrance fee for the horses apd ployed in Tampa. their names to date, are; B. R. S
The, firm has enlarged its office accommodations' Punta Gorda. where they set aside a it is expected that a large number OTHER FARM. Mrs. Harris was here at the time of White of Illinois, B. H. Eby. Pennsylvania -
a and taken in the room row of 'lots to be sold'and the funds will compete for the cashprizes.THE I her mother'a death. Charlie arrived ;' H., A. Colton, Phil S.. Wil-

':: occupied by Carson Farmer, who has used to' pay the bulkheading bills. )E. L. Lesley "swapped" two'rental here on the noon train yesterday and I cher, Illinois; ,A."Dow, D. Iiertzell. W, ,
moved one door north on the' same The.lots were priced at from $900 to PROGRAM. houses In Kissimmee. known asl' the : the other members of the family are Flathers, Orange Center; L. M.: Williams -
I 31500.' he said, and their, .ale settledin for' a farm :(: to reach here C.
'I floor. The rooms are being redecorated .Wednesday former Parker houses, '' expected today. Joe Nimitr, Capt. Simpson
of the
full the cost reclaiming
all is the second M. Schatileln
This ,
and -when finished will. present an First race, 300 yard dash best' two near Orlando. INTERESTING I D. Todd. New Jersey;
attractive appearance..: I land.A in three heats. Osceola cow ponies, farm Mr. Lesley has eccquired this SOUVENIRS S. Latta, Joe Elswick. S. R. Chapman,
telegram from Roma Thomas a I
Judge Kribbs was admitted to the week, but he assured a representativeof FROM BATTLE FJELDS' 'Indiana Oscar Derbyshire. W. E. De. i
winner
former well known citizen,, who 'for only. $20 to ; $5:'"to second intention I I I
had B.
that he no Ohio W. F. J. <
bar Gazette Chapman
in Pennsylvania in 1875. and Second half-mile heat the your, ;
.member of race, one ;
years was a progressive of into the farming business I. I A collection of sduvenlrs from Durham J. C. Stateler, Mr. Ebencly ,,
practiced law there a number of years to all Florida raised ponies. $20 going .
council read; urging the open .
the city was to turn his property "over there" and here well,I Ion Illinois H. < Wells .
before coming south. Since coming to winner $5'to second. _, '. but just likes I,, over as Chas. Platt ; "
take this Themea.a" ; '
to KiBtlmmee his sterling"* worth. M- city to,,, important. step., Third race one fourth mile heat. occasionally. The valuation of the are on exhibition in the window of Vermont, David Simpson: Kentucky;
followa
m ----- Osceola to winner. property changing hands is estimatedat the Western Union office and are' 'atI Ceo..O. Dean: Michigan: AR. Welch. '
Ga. Jan. 6 1919. county ponies. $5 '
Patterson, "
notice. The article H. ShroudsH.
Thursday. $8,000. I I I tracting' general R. L. Stone Kentucky; W.
Kissimmee" Valley Gazette,..Kissimmee First -race, one-fourth mile dash that is viewed with greatest curiosity B. Fish ahd G. W. Rugg, Pennsly-

M 'ANNOUNCEMENTI Fla. best two out of three. Osceola countycow ; G. B. MILLS BUYS VALUABLE ,perhaps I. a helmet that once was vania. .r;< -
Sorry can't be at meeting. Bulk .
a' eoldier. It bears
ponies. $20 to winner; $5 to 1 1((worn by German I January and February always,
head and save mebuilding lot. PROPERTY.
"The to
second. this isignificent legend: thing bongs a. large quota of visitors

'ROMA THOMAS.D. Second race.threeeighth mile race. closed this'week'where' that filled this has jt'one.to Hun heav Ktesimee who.will' be delighted to affiliate ->

have Leased the1' OverlandGarage G.. Wagner, Ceo. W. Fox, S. B. Open to all Florida raised ponies. $15 by A G.deal,B. Mills was of Orlando, became the that en.-" .There has seen i,'service also a in cartridge the German belt business with men the here Son have of the Rest.city's The interests -, I '"

''lk 'with 'the exception of the Aultman and others all to winner; $5 to second. owner of the brick block on .West
heartily in g- one-fourth mile dash. Walter army together with an American at heart and who look forward,
Third
sales and accessories race, the old
agency ed some form) of civic (betterment winner. Broadway known 'as the hand grenade and bullets, such as are each winter to the return of the visitors .l

y I have a competent force of mechanics and to crystalize the enthusiasm of $10 On to Thursday (it is expected that Bass .block. This and is occupied the Rest by Room used by the American soldiers m rifles will be. gratified at an opportunity :
the meeting into some definite action, City Meat Market and pistols. with them. The outlook
to
and will guarantee all everybody will spend the day _at the and b yoffices on join
r, work.done at this garage. Have Col. Lewis O'Bryan, Alan Mac Don- fair grounds, and at the noon hour on the first floor It is in the I I The collection is the property of for the S. of R. seem to be exceptionally ....L. .( J
second floor. located ..
ough and C. A. Carson were appointed the Miss Ouida it is that it ,
? lathe equipment and am fully Malloy. bright and probable
prepared will partake of the best eats on earth 'the business section and
of
to do all classes of a committee to confer with the middle will become one of the permanent organizations -
repairsin furnishedto
barbecue. Autos will be of \
a, piece prop.
firm at Miami that had made is considered a
a, workmanlike manner. previous- convey the visitors) to the stock.men's valuable I I Stomach Trouble. of Kisslnnmee. "
estimates and their erty. ; I II
the
get figures on "Before I used Chamberlain's Tablets
meeting to and from the fairgrounds received I'
fr Give trial and will cost at he time. When these E. L. Lesley, the former owner ,
u* a we con present farm I doctored a great deal for stomach Do not forget the Kleslmmee: Valley'
improved
; vince -you .. facts are ascertained the men will assemble During Thursday afternoon Mr. in exchange of Orlando an the excange trouble and felt nervous and tired I Gazette office does fine printing,, i{
the edge .
for another conference. Gateskill will place on sale n fine at of this trade being estimated at I I all the time. These tablets helped me -. -, -, "t
FRANKPNES"OVERLAND .---- Shorthorn bull, and Mr. Johnston price L. ;- from the first, and inside of a weekfs

'= City Park a Certainty stated that he hoped to have other $15,000.Mr. Mills expects to move to Kis time I. had improved in every way," "

Secretary Steed sprung a surprise'I good animals brought here for sale simmee and 'will identify himself with writes Mrs 'L. A. Drinkard. Jefferson TO

GT' to many of those present when he i also. fc business interest, though at this City. Mo.

GAR showed that steps had already been some he Is uncertain as to just what.

taken to beautify Kissimmee and I Subscribe for the Valley Gazette.I time he will into. Mr. Mills 'will receive SONS OF REST ORGANIZED: .

show the world (the traveling public! a cordial go welcome from the business B. R. WHITE CHIEF LOAFER THEPUBLIC. 5

.
who are glad to j
men of the .eftY" .
i t 1. have outside talent and capital added A new fraternal order has been .

-' to.their circle. .. formed in Kissimmee, known as "The
'? Sons of Rest which has established !

PLAIT BUYE MORE RANGE headquarters in a pleasant room next 3

'.' -FROM KISSIMMEE door to the City Market on Broad r
CATTLE
-' way.; The room has- been fitted up 1

-.' Platt went'to Kissimmee Sunday with, tables and chairs and there, We do not believe would be possible /r 1
C. P. '
whether it be hot or cold, whether it for to bottle and sell ONE .
and Monday morning us
automobile
' via
''i/"';'', ,",k"..,.. ..,"..".,Ib',-1'" ,.. ,, ". ." purchased;from. B. F..Lester 500 rains or the sun shines, men from HUNDRED AND FIFTY GALLONS. '
,,'I ";"' 'r;<,; ;::1 ',: i.r' I '\ head of native stock range cattle and Michigan, Illinois.- Kentucky New of No. 101 If it not 0
Tonic day was
of Brahma bulls, Jersey, in fact almost every !state in per :.;,.
> i twenty-four head north of.Fells- the Union, meet to while away the an effective treatment for influenza .fC
;:; which he will range time with checkers cards, etc. but
Yourself
?: Help mere., native and the particular best of all to enjoy the good fellowship .
The grasses I
adaptability of this section makeit i of those who a few weeks ago A man who works a large force of '
were strangers,' but are fast becoming -
.., most desirable for range cattle. It I warm friends. men came into my office several days

? Unless you show a disposition to''help 'YOURSELF get aheadfinancially '-.; would pay' belt to the go'Into cattle the better under i I Tourists and citizens are alike eligIble ago and told us he"had twentyfivemen
and keep '
grades the 1 to membership under certain con- taken with this malady in one

7t, no' one else will ,help' you. '. -' .: fence cattle, and: this is i* now.the; waythat leading to in ditions, and may become Joint hostsat day. He immediately, distributed an
J grower
this section. It will not be very,long : the rest room.. Everybody feels at ample supply of No. 101 Tonic among' sm\\

f Realize that one of the'best way to get ahead Is by starting a ... . .. before the-dairy men will realize at Fells-the I it home Is always In) this occuoied.room and consequently them and there waa not a fatality in ;

: : advantage ofdairy herds B:R. White, who isa: regular winter the twenty-five,
Bank account here, .and. by earnest efforts, build up a reserve fund '!' mere and many dairies will be l located. resident here and is noted for hisgenial
t .. will either
doubt
I herev The dairies, no
'- has been elected
so a* to the RIGHT opportunity when it come .be in :connection with a., milk station disposition,
.grasp > with evaporating' !plant. Chief Loafer with A. Dow. First Assistant The formula by which this Tonic _is
f / f fIt t\r.t" J", or' an and General Eby, Second Assistant.
I t Raise the cattle herds and the market made is glvento the, public so it can .

y ; a'y' ; t .' 'wiD prepare 'you:' morally and financially'for;; an: honorable', f;::flf-; ', ? will take,f care' of itself..-Fellsmere. One'.'of. the.. .>''principles. upon which 'not lie listed as a secret nostrum.., lit r

tf'l?% s1 i'4 career and secure. for you the confidence 01,70ur, fellows. ' A' 'W i Tribune.'. the order is founded Is that no member contains Iron/'whlch la"for the blood J r

: REPRESENTATIVES TO shall)) work unless ho enters under Quinine, which i."deadlyto'the: influenza ' I

the -condition: of Article ,23 of the germ and Magnesia] which .thor-, '>

s. BAPTIST:.CONVENTION_ Constitution, but If he feels inclinedto oughly the bowels. .Sold'throughout' I
open
*
Citizens Bank : wet; and fears he 'may violate the rff'I'
'F1ori4&Ut1 Convention the South''' by wholesale .f!
i'f The solemn,tiromlses of the'order, he may : ,
a 1111ppMM111ft1q WS.S.icutfluanNosrcusrt which meets in Tampa this week will present: his 'reasons to 'Chief Loafer and .retail. ,druggist. and drug dealers..*' I,

be attended by- a number.from Kia- for hU The. entrance fee of
'
aimmu members of some department such approval" 50 cents.,' :
OF .wh are a .
KISSIMMEB
S : .-. a+ 'l of the' ....i&atloe. The .' The.:famous' Article 23. grants' spa THE G .B 'WILLIAMS CO ,

: rTNba; ....-iM. wiitt' *sJ.iriHiic.U . 1 ;'*,.'U Y ', opening,session'Monday-night' beI 'efal"pri l.... .and emuowers those ", ,
,. devoted to the 'UJ1D ;.'w r1c.; The .h."toin.tbe:Sons of<>Rest under its '

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